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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

Fruit 'Trees! A Good Assoi tment. Well Grown. Fine, Healthy, Well-grown and Well > Rooted, "Fruit Trees, Vines and Roses. Catalogues on application—Special quotations for quantities. F. H. KUHLmANN, Little Para Nursery; Salisbury. Kenmark Agent: GEO. KuhlmaJTn. 0. H. SMITH'S Stump Jump Implements, Twin. Ploughs (with Seed and Manure Drills attached) One-way Disc Culti vators and Ploughs. DIGNAN'S STRIPPERS, — And all classes of Manures. BELL & CO., Agent. Local Representative : . G. J. DIX, " The Palms." 'Phone. 11 Ren-nark. Horticultural Land. OfiltVVT EVANS 2 Acres Oranges, Washington Navels, 7 years; 2# Acres Sultanas in fnll bear ing- ' ' « - Price—£350, any terms. 3% AcresSultanas, lull bearing . 1% Acres Apricots, „ 1}£ Acres Pears, 2 years Price. £250, any terms. S Acres Apricots and Sultanas mixed £100 Cash, £110 any terms. BARON This 'pure-bred Roadster Stallion will-travel Renin arK and District from { September 1st. BARON 4s a beautiful light bay, 16 hands, com...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

It is easy to cure fa cough. The n^sal niittloi'h of rflifcf sometimes Micc'id, 'nit 11 vnti wish to ttiek« sure use HGL PKN'S COUGH BALSAM.* Melville & Blakeway, [ESTABLISHED 1880] Licensed Surveyors. Surveys of aJi birds undertakes in Boy pait of tbe Stale. Address— " 5a and 60 ROVAL EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. "AS USUAL," The "Douglas " Wins. Colonial Motor Cycl^^ Events. New Zealand, Hill CHmb, 19th May—2$( h.jfc Douglas— 1st and 2nd and fastest tini£. Brisbane, Bill Climb, 9th June—2% b.p : Douglas—*l3l and 2nd and fastest1time. . Adelaide, tlill Qimb, 8th March—3# h p Douglas—1st aod2nd. Also won Jarreit and Colmore' Gups; and at-Bristol trial wins 4'gold: and' 3 silver• medals and manufactures Trophy, fifteen guineas and many other, big wins. ^ Ask for ■■■*' Douglas " Book, Free on Request. GOUGRR-STRBer, BlJSS^&.IOH. O'CONNBUr-STRBET, N.a.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

WE ARE SELLING OFF SPRING GOODS AT GRE*T REDUCTIONS. Come aud PAY Us a Yi&it—It will ir'AY You! We are Offering Lines at .« ates Never Before Heard of in Renmark. -NEW SUMMER QOODS.= A Splendid Assortment! Come and Look! They Have Only Just Arrived, and are Up-to-date. GENERAL - DRAPERY, MILLINERY,— JEWELLERY, Etc. First-class Dressmaker Always on the Premises. BOOTS AND SHOES. SUITS MADE TO MEASURE. FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. J. NAJAR, - MURRAY RIVER STORE, RENMARK. FOR LARGE DAIRIES AND SMALL there is NO Separator that excels the POMO •— IN — DURABILITY, EASE OF MANIPULATION, or CLEAN SKIMMING. Yet prices are only about half those of other , standard makes. Actually THOUSANDS are in daily -use in THIS' STATE. Write for list c.f Testimonials. , W. DOBBIE & Co., Ltd,, Sole Agents. Ciawler Place, Adelaide. IBB P

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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MORGAN. Morgan, Sept. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

MORGAN. Morgan, SeDt. 10. The excavation for the new wharf i extension are just about finished and i the contractors are erecting plant to j drive In the big piles. It will be; some time before the extension is finished. A number of residents were pleased to have noticed that a further effort was being made to have the running of the trains altered, but were dis appointed at the Commissioner's per sistency in not granting the con venience. Colonel Cain, of the Salvation Army gave an instructive and Inter esting address on Rescue Work, A good number were present. Adjutant Bennet, of Kapunda, helped in the meeting by rendering songs, comet, and violin sc'os. Mies Hender pre sided at the organ.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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HORSES' SHOULDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

HORSES' SHOULDERS. In the breaking of. the young horse, a great- deal of attention must be paid to its shoulders, because he hauls with them.. .Nothing tends to -make jibs more than the -gelling: of the youngsters', shoulders during the first period of work. For -this, reason1 great care must be paid to the fit of a collar,-and the keeping of it and the shoulders clean. But it has been found - that " even with every care some animals, especially those doing hard work in the summer months, gall badly. All sorts of treatments appear to fail with such horses, until the owner hardly knows what to do, Joe the. working of an animal with raw shoulders is to most men objection .ably, as well as being against the iaw. . The following treatment may be found to have beneficial effects in very many cases, and the mistuye is one that any person can make up themselves, for a few pence. Take ,a small quantity of lard or. eveci clean fat and add to this a little. blacklead ground up very fine ly. T...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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BOWHILL. Bowhill, Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

BOWHILtu Bowhill. Sent. 9. On Sunday last the Bowhill foot ballers returned home after an en joyable trip to Renmark and other towns along the river. In all eight matches •were played, four being won and four lost. Bowhills kicked 60 goals 62 behinds (362 poiptB) against 28 goals 72 behinds (246 points) by their opponents. They were enter tained to a banquet by the Renmark ciubSi also to Another banquet by. the Loxton club and tea by the Ramco club. The stay at Renmark was very enjoyable and much appre ciated by the members of the club. A very pleasant incident took place 01 board the steamer on the 28th. at Loxton. All the' members ad ;o rned to the dining room, where Mr. N. P. Norman, on* behalf of the members of the jteam, preBentedto their captain and secretary (Mr. A. B. McLaren) & beautiful writing case, also an illuminated address for his work as captain of the club _and his management of the trip. Mr. McLaren, who was taken by sur prise, thanked the team for their pr...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RENMARK TO MORGAN. WHEAT FIELDS AND PASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

RENMARK TO MORGAN. WHEAT ^FIELDS AND PASTURES. (By the " Advertiser's " Renmark Correspondent). - The motor trip from Renmark to Morgan is a, pleasant "experience, al xnough evidences of a sad lack of ram are to .be seen. On Sunday axternbon (Sept.' 7) Messrs. .King & (jo. had. four cars in service, and all 02 them were filled with passengers from '-Renmark to Morgan on tneir way to the city. . The cars left Ren - mapk about 2 p.m., one of them picking up a contingent from Berri, and reached Morgan in time for tea. i&jhong the passengers was a lady, who had not travelled over the road since she was a .iittle girl 30 years ago. tshe was one of a party of settlers " trekking " from1 the Rhine, in youth Australia, across thei border into New "South Wales. Her family, Uks many other settlers in the wes tern corner of New South Wales, still regard themselves as South. Austra lians. From Renmark to Overland Corner the country looks in normal condition. ~ In spite of the nu...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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AUBURN. Auburn, Sept. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

AUBURN. Auburn, Sept. 7. " After a very dry time, in the early part of last week splendid rain fell on Thursday last, about li inches being recorded. The crops were greatly in need of a good soaking rain and are now pushing ahead quickly. In the hills here the aver age rainfall is more than is really required to produce good wheat crops, as past experience has shown. To the westward on Hoyle's Plains the precipitation is less, but for some distance away from the hills good growth iB being made in many cases. Reports from further west are not so good, as the sand drift in some instances has been very severe,': and the young wheat plant has gone ; with the sand. - The introduction of the Riverton I to Spalding Railway Bill in the j House of Assembly caused a con-1 aiderable amount of jubilation here ; and the prospects of itB passage this ! session are good. i

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. The monthly meetirijg of the Ren mark Irrigation Trust, No. i, was held on Monday night. Present— Messrs. Olorenshaw (chairman), Bix, Malcolm, Tucker, and A. F. Morant. ARISING OUT OF MINUTES.—The chairmap reported that be had ar ranged to visit the gypsum fields, the next day.-. A letter from a ratepayer stated | thm he was not prepared to demolish j a house,- as ordered to do so " by the Central Board or Health. But he jwas prepared'to make any improve ments necessary. The secretary re |ported that the place-had been > i in order sincethe letter was re ceived, and that a stringent letter i was being served on the tenant oc cupier. ' \ j NEW ASSESSMENT.—The hew as ! sessment was further considered. \ , Mr. Malcolm questioned whether the inspection by the valuators had been ; thorough enough, and thought that 'the list should be further revised by the Board. ; The chairman explained that a committee had gone carefully through .^he figures, and made alter...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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The Institute and Its Books. SOMETHING MORE THAN FICTION REQUIRED. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

j The Institute and Its Books. I I SOMETHING MORE THAN FICTION REQUIRED. To the Editor. Sir,—Would you kindly allow me j space for a few remarks re the latest | purchase of books for the Institute j library. By last week's " Pioneer " ! it seems that objection has been' taken by some because of the fact, that a few books dealing with seri-i oub subjects have )>eeii purchased.' All honour to Mr. Panton for voic ing subscribers' complaints, but surely he and those who think with : him are not so selfish as to wish to deny a little consideration to peo ple, whose tastes differ from their own. I distinctly remember when it was threatened to -withdraw the sub sidy from libraries which purchased such a disproportionate number of novels, and so from their own standpoint, fiction readers would do; well to condone the purchase of a few serious works in order that they may continue to gratify their weak ness for reading the number of tor turing trials endured by Adolphus and Angelina befor...

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THE RIVER QUESTION AND IRRIGATION WORKS. CONSIDERED BY UNITED LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

THE RIVER QUESTION AND IRRIGATION WORKS. CONSIDERED "BY UNITED LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE. The annual conference of the United Labour Party of this State, at which the political platform of the party is reviewed and brought up to-date, waB held in Adelaide last ;week. In the " Herald's " report of the conference proceedings t"he fol lowing references to tfife rtver ques tion and to the 'working of the S.A. irrigation settlements occur :— Mr. Barbour moved—" That ;in the opinion, of this conference the Bitter Murray should be taken over by the Federal Government, and that five miles on either side, of the river be resumed as-Federal territory.'' j Mr. Crawford Vaughan desired to 'move an amendment.. It. was im Ipossible for the Commonwealth to Stake over ,any State territory with {out the* State's consent. He :moved —" That in the opinion of this con ference the question of the equitable division of the River Murray .waters should be referred to the interstate Commission for report* and...

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THE SORGHUM FALLOW. Pictures Illustrating Last Week's Articles. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

THE SORGHUM FALLOW. Pictures Illustrating Last Week's Articles* (By courtesy-of " The Pastoral Review COUNTRY EATEN DOWN BY SHEEP BETWEEN Is* AND 10tH DECEMBER, 1912, Photo taken about three weeks afterwards, showing growth of Sorghum, COUNTRY EATEN DOWN BY SHEEP between 20th. and 3tyh November, 1912, and again between 20th December and 1st January, 1913, when the photo was taken.

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THE DROVERS. 10,000 SHEEP TO BE LIFTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

THE DROVERS. » ■ ■ - 10,000 8HBBP TO BE LIFTED. Mr. W. A. Johnson with hid bro ther, Mr. T. J. Johnson, left Ben mark last Monday to lift some 10,000 sheep for Mr. H. W. Castine, who has been dealing extensively In and around the district during the past twelve months. falling round at Mr. W. A. John son's house, one noticed the yard full of good serviceable looking horse, all ready for the trip, also a strong express buggy and a spring cart loaded with a drover's equip ment. Mr. W. Johnson upon- being ques tioned kindly supplied the following interesting information. " 1 have been instructed by Mr. Castine to proceed at once to Bur tundy station on the Darling and lift about 5,000 wethers. I shall come down to AVbotsford punt and cross then into Victoria and then moke the best of my way to Paringa. I have not been Informed pf my movements after 1Mb. During tlie past season I have done several droving trips for, Mr. Castine, whom Z consider a remarkably fine judge of sheep. My broth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

Cole & Wood ham , FRU,TPACKERS.S AND Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. Give in your orders at once to save disappointment. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement ,Co's. Implements. The famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows f20in Discs) and -Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special Line All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. All Pruning requisites Stocked. Renmark Fruit-Packing Union, Ltd. Public Graders and Packers of all Dried Fruits. Agents for the International Harvester Coy. - of Australasia. NOTICE I IMPLEMENTS.—We have & good stock of these on hand. A special feature are the Oliver 13 and 19 steel beam Flow. Call and see them. FERTILIZERS—We shall be glad to take orders, any brand jor variety, at bedrock prices. SPRAYINGS—Orders taken now for our power spray outfit All spraying materials stocked. SECATEURS.—A good assortment alwaya on hand, Merenrs, Bleck mann, etc. 'Phone. 65. E. GOODLAND, Manager. Drying Mat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

They're All Coming Round To The "New Way" YOU will TOO, If yon see It—If you compare It with others and learn what it Is doing for farmers, station owners and well borers. It drives ANYTHING—light or heavy power—pumpi separator, charn, winnower, chaffcotter, boring and other plant; and it's air«cooled— doesn't need a DROP of water nor a pntnp, batteries, coils, accumu lators, or separate petrol tank. It DOES THE WORK, "goes, and goes right." Why I for heavy work alone there ore over 10,000 In use the world over, hundreds working In Australasia, and we have ex* cellent testimony from users, one having ordered five engines. CALL, WRITE—00 SOMETHING, bat get to kBOW more about the "New Way" YOURSELF, for to see 4he Engine, and know what it Is doing for othirt Is to be firmly convinced that the "New Way1* Is the Engine for YOU. J. H. HORWOOD & CO. LIMITED 178-180 FRANKLIN ST„ ADELAIDE. Catalogue free to any addnae

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

if- By Cycle Take Wif/\you It is a! all Times A Serviceable Stimulant

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

LIMITED. Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and Druggists. Importers and Makers of Surgical and Veterinary Instruments, Appliances, Hospital Furniture, etc. Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of tbe POPULAR " OUR JACK 99 BRAND. HOUSEHOLD AND HIEOIGIN^LHEQUIREMENTS, o> ' -—r Flavouring Essences, 'Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egg Preservative, &c., &c. w Horse and -Cattle Medicines, Sheep Dip, y. Poisoned Wheat, Fruit Sprays, Disinfectants, ftc., &c ir- # Office and Warehouse —- Carrie Street, Adelaide. -- 1 FOR OLD AND YOUNG. Pure Breakfast C0C9\ EASILY DIGESTED O, & J. FOWLER Ltd. Ice and Cool Drinks — Rerimark Ice Works and Factory. — Latest Machinery. • •••: - Drihks of Unsurpassed Purity. ICE CHESTS ON SALE. HISGBOVE AND GBUBB. - i IN YOUR TYRE BULL--BY USING SE&rfONOfiai5xl25 ■COMPEAR CANS «SjUft1^i«9«t«S's10S mil *78*1*8 . . «7S t m . , nos.195 « * ootUe . ne«iss ». * noilto .. no < ISA . v noisao . . M8 a iw ...

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Social Notes and Sport. AN ADELAIDE LETTER. SPRING FASHIONS AND FANCIES. Adelaide, Sept. 12. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

1 Scclal Notes and Sport. | t ; v- - - » AN ADELAIDE LETTE*. —1—»-— SPRING FASHIONS AND FANCIES. Adelaide, Sept. 12. To the Editor. Sir,—The date suggests the show; and the Bhow suggests spring flowers and a crowd of people and among other things to the feminine mind, it inevitably suggests spring hate and dresses and the shops. Fascinating and endlesB subject 1 We must plunge right into it determinedly or we ghnii lose all our time in discussions gad.: explanations and' all the asso ciations that come in, clamouring to be recognised. - Well, the hats in . general have at last lost their immense circumference, They have taken a "tilt backwards. They sit now well back upon the bead, the line of the brim making quite an acute angle with the up right line . of. the body. And so perforce after acting for » few months last summer as a kind of ehawi over the shoulders, the wide ftrtm turned upwards, then curled in on to the crown, and now i8 c°n" siderably smaller. ?here are two modes pri...

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RAMCO. Ramco, Sept. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

HAM CO. Ramco. Sect. 8. At the end of last week wintry con ditions set in, and on Thursday night we had 19 points of rain, which was very welcome. * Many of tbe growers here are busy planting, a large consignment of trees having arrived this week oranges being the variety mostly in demand. On Saturday our lady hockey players once more journeyed to Waikerie to try conclusions with the ladies there, and a well contested game was witnessed. So far our ladies have not been victorious, but every match has lessened the differ ence between the scores, and on Saturday tbe game ended in a draw, each side scoring one goal. En couraged by this, though it is late in the season, one more match is to be played, and every effort will be made to lower the Waikerie colours.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

; ' ^rikea, faa can get them .made iy a. practical railor itL.lfe*-'?aHJL—jCall and ace ft. rmton, next to SimpsonY Dining 3.00ms, 15th Street.* ^ indTfcteruiarj.* . / . : ;»•:-•'-■■■ i HairCt—.—n»•ivftfci4*i Sbmving .^BesttSttokar iatmn *tWiSTlRRA» >f Benmark Ctasnrtjer*.*

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