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

MOOROOK. Moorook, Sept. 8. Several nice Bhowers fell here on Thursday afternoon last and during the night, registering 18 points, and further out back 28. points fell. The first irrigation is still in pro gress,- accompanied by many - com plaints concerning the obsolete pump and its slow and inadeqjuate delivery, n " all things come to him who" ! waits" the patient fruit-growers bare may live to fiee the long-prom ised pumping plant installed. Stranger things have happened !_ A debate between Messrs. E. W. ChaslSm, H. Holmes, and F. Homes of Kingston, and Messrs. J. Aird, A. Houston and H. G. Twiss, of Moo roofc, on the great national question "Should , bachelors be taxed?" teiok place in the, local hall on Sat urday evening, Sept. 6. The visitors effected to take the affirmative, "and the local men the negative sides re-' spectively. The debate was vigorous and spirited, and for a maiden eSort (as. it was for most-of the speakers) was very creditable. The audience was- good, includ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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[?] FLAT. Walker's Flat, Sept. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

WrtLK-rt'S FLAT. Walker's Flat, Sept. 4. This is the driest year up to the present time that has been known for twenty-three years in this dis trict. The grass shows only a tinge of green. If this weather continues and we do not soon get rain, it will be very hard on stock. Most of the farmers are feeding their horses and miich cows on hay, which will soon be very scarce, as most of the hay stacks are getting very small. Fallowing is out of the question, as the ground is too hard. Some of the early ^own wheat that was sown early on fallow and ground that was ploughed after the thunder storms in the summer is still holding its own and looking well, but very short. It is a mystery that it is as far advanced as what it is considering the small amount of rain that has fallen during the last five months, and the strong drying winds experi enced of late. However the «eason turns out now, j there will not be much wheat har vested around here, as the late sown crops are terribly knocked abo...

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Sept, 12. Sept 19. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

Latest River Heights. Above Siimtner Leve?. ■ -'High . Flood. Sapt. 12. Sept 19. TH9 D4.BUSG. Goodoga ... ' Low. Low Mungandi ... 22 2 2£ 4 01 Mogil ... 20 0 it Low. Barwon ... 82 ; 6 10$ 7 ic* Uamoi" ... 23 5 5 10* Brewarrina... ; 85: 5 8f 5 7f Bourke .... 40 2 cj 1 lot Wilcannia ... 86 6 11J 6 . 0t. Menindie ..V '* 13 4$ _ kTUBBUKBUHJEE Gundagai ..... 8JL-'* 3 9* 4 6* Wqgga xp _ 4 6$ a lit Hay ... IH A At .3 10t Balranald ».. 18 8 1* 7 6i iBinmsat f. • - Albory ...14. 3 5f 4 0» Eehaca ... 38 11 7% 10 Oi Enaton... ... 88. 16 2* 16 2t Wentworth... 32 12 7f 12 s* Beninark ... 80 10 lo* 10 lot Morgan ... SO 11 S* n 7* Biaing* - Statipnanrf Falling 1

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

RENMARK SHOWS, 19/3. Mem bers' tickets (available both shows), £/ji, 10/6, &5h* ' .

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ARCADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

' ARCADIA PICTURES. The usual week's complete change of programme took place at the pictures on" Monday, night, and a fine lot of films are introduced to picture patrons this week. The drama A Fallen Star " is vividly played and shows a humble' workmen who rises to the height of fame as an operatic e nger. Intoxi cated by success the artist forgets old friends and leads a life of luxury arid "dissipation. Nemesis over takes him, he loses his. voice and is re duced to poverty. , "With Human Instinct" is an other fine drama, a bulldog wonder fully trained taking a leading part. The Australian Gazette shows motor launches racing at 45 miles an hour and the -scenic, " Wild Wales " is beautifully got up. -

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PYAP. Pyap, Sept. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

PYAP. Pyac. Sept. 6. A nice shower of rain fell here this morning, 25 points being registered. Tho weather It ■till unsettled, and rain in atlU hovering »bcut, A ;ood soaking would be a great boom .0 the district, as the general opin ion is that it is not too late to hope 'or an average harvest. Pruning on the Fyap Estate is inished, and the twisting and tying 5f the-sultana canes is being pushed an with. Work in connection with ;he new irrigation plant is being aSiJied on actively, as owing to the absence of'a good soaking rain the xees and vines are in need, of their Srst irrigation. As soon as the plant is in working order it iB intend 5d to plant this season another 10 acres of navel oranges, and the land for these is now being prepared. The rainfall for September registered 6T points. Light showers have fallen during the week which will keep pushing the backward crops ahead. 21 points was registered. Feed on the river frontages is Ret ting very scarce, but on the out hack secti...

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BERRI. Berri, Sept. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

BERRI. Berri, Sept. 6. As foreshadowed, the venue of work, has changed, the channel com mencing about hail a mile from the Morgan road being now the scene of operations. The sylvan glades of Winkle Flat are almost deserted, little of life being left but goats and grass widows. With their usual tact, the officers In charge have erected a commodious and airy bungalow with kitchen attached in which the nark and grasshopper (soon to be a but terfly) and stall are feeding the toilers. The one main distinctive feature of this year's first watering at Berri has been the almost perfect running of the pumping machinery, which ^cever obtained before. The infusion of new blood in the staff, rejuvenat ing the old stock, has possibly bad something to do with this. The Glee field Glee Club has put out a clear little green book of rules with names of officers, etc., on the coves. Such a nice looking piece of self advertisement I have rarely seen. No singing small there. -The now published 8-Hours ...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents] LOXTON. Loxton, Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. ; r (From ourOwn Correspondents 1 * ; , O U lX>XTON. - J " Xjoxton, Sept. 9. J W. R. Drabech and H. T.,^mfiS3nofcored. to Adelaide on l Montoy?mora&g to attend the Ade laide;#hbw^ -They are also acting as ^«K§^®Sgon io tie Chief Secretary ■^gtel^^oner bl Crown Lands - ra "xh^ TOiNBBang ofcertain town sites forwsale ?and tb.e "site for the new o • ' ^7: ;>'THB5• CROPS. . ioxtori, Sept. 9. • Pr°8Pect of a 'good rainfall. ; feeem so cheering as on Thui«day|morning, Sept. 4. Heavy clouds- banked up in the. south-west . a .strong wind overcaBiJthe heavens in a solid mass. Heavy,Vwenching showers began to ;^SS££aoy a farmer's heart re ijoicedat the sight. But a strong .clouds along. Ti qroke "into* "fragments, leaving -only ■; -behind to refresh the and the drooping corn'. The present season, in its bearing uponihe ^jLoxtori district, has been a severe 'test of 7 its wheat growing capagtt^ -an4 in the opinion of onfe who liaaf'watclied the progress of the ...

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

A good display of Kenmark fruits re quired lor the coming Show.* . Keligious Notices. CONGREGATIONAL CHORCH. Sunday September ^Ith.1913, 11 a.m.—Rev. H. H. Fenuell. 3 p.m.—Distributionof prizes. ' 7 p.m.—Rev.J Ca-sley. • MCRTHQO SCHOOt,. Sunday, September 21st. II a.m.—Rev. J. Casley. . Kev J.CBBley, PMtoi. Ren mark Po und. ~ ' " • ~ " •" ... . Pounded in the Rienmark pound one brown gelding - branded g 09 near shoulder, and one chestnut mare branded '.W. over 9 off shoulder. Will be sold September 30th, by order of J.P. \V. EDWARDS. Boundkeeper. FOR SaLE.—Black Orpington-eggs. Show strain ; Renmark champion 3 years following, 10/ per Betting. Laying strain, 5/. White Leghorns, Show strain, 10/ per setting. Crossbred 2/6 per setting.- Eight chickens gnaran! teed or eggs replaced. J. SykeB, Lvrnp POR SALfi.—Really - good horse «n i light ~ buggy turn-ont. Cash or terms. May be inspected at "Eve and Manson's Tattersall's yardy. 1j\OR S.vLE;— Genuine Broad Ltal ' HunterRiver Lucerne Se...

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THE LOXTON HOSPITAL. Loxton, Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

THE LOXTON HOSPITAL. Loxton, Sept. V. A meeting of the Board of Manage ment was held in the Bank of Ade iaiiirf, premises on Monday, Sept* 1. TSere were present: Messrs. A. W. R, Urabach (Chairman), J. P. Sad i8ir, rT. ft. Bhirley, J. Drabsch, H. Ttuele, Dr. L. W. Hayward and A. i.i. Hilbig (Secretary). The revenue for August amounted to £178 19/10. accounts amounting to £75 1/5 were passed for payment. Kesolved, that a letter of thanks be sent to the " Pioneer " for all t&ose who helped to make- the bazaar such a success. Kesolved that the sectetary write to Mr. G. Hannam-Clark thanking rum and his company for the suc cessful entertainment given by them in aid of the Hospital Funds. meter McShane's resignation was accepted, and the secretary's action in procuring a Matron temporarily approved of. Kesolved that house committee's recommendation to have the hospital painted be endorsed. . Resolved that those members of the Board who will be in Adelaide during show week be depa...

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RENMARK RAILWAY. LINE MUST CROSS THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

RENMARK RAILWAY. LINE MUST CROSS THE RIVER. The secretary of the local railway com mittee retained from Adelaide"With the cheering news that the Railway CajanniF sioner had eventually decided that the line must cross the river atParingaand come into Rentnark town. ..It is jast ~a-~ question of means. . Mr MoncMtf is con sidering the relative merits bi an over-. head tramway or a pontoon. He con siders : that ; both .are, perfectly ' possible from an engineering point of viewr ■ It ishoped that by the opening day of the Paringa—Brown's Well line "the Commisaoner will., be in a position" to intimate which scheme it is proposed to adopt. Mr Dridan urged strongly, of course, -that the local view would be .strongly in favour of a - pontoon (in the absence of the bridge which ultimately must be provided), as such a scheme would not involve the shifting of cargo andwould facilitatethe local traffic in gypsnih anil firewood. B. MURRAY BYRNE, B,D.O.A., Refbactionist and Eve Specialist of Equ...

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

- THE LONDON DIRECTORY (Published Annually). Snables traders throughout the .Vorld to communicate diredt with English . MANUFACTURERS % DEALERS, in each class of goods. Besides be ing a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the direc tory contains lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS with the Goods they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply; STEAMSHIP LINES .arranged under the Potts to which zhey sail, and indicating the "approx mate Sailings ; PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, Merohants, etc., in the principal provincial town's and industrial centres of the Onited Kingdom> A copy of the current edition .will be forwarded, freight paid( on receipt of Postal Order lot 20h Dealers seeking. Agencies can ad vertise their trade cards for £1, or larger advertisements from £3. THE LONQQN DIRECTORY CO., LTD,, 25, Abcburch Lane, London, B.C. EUROPEAN AGENCY. WHOLESALE buying agencies indertaien for all British"and Con tinental goods, including Books a...

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TOWN ROADS AND STREET PLANTING. DEPUTATION OF COUNCILLORS TO THE RENMARK HOTEL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

TOWN HMDS AND STREET PLANnNfi. Jk L_ DEPUTATION OF COUNCILLORS TO THE RENMARK HOTEL COMMITTEE. A deputation of the Renmark Town District Council consisting of Crs. Burrows, Hilton, Woodman, Grubb, and the clerk <Mr. Adey), waited upon the Hotel Committee'last Mon day evening. Cr. Burrows said that the deputation solicited the 'sym pathy ojf the Hotel Committee with regard to the granting of a sum of! money for the planting of trees and the metalling of Murray Avenue from, opposite Gaynes' shop to a = point near the Benmark Fruit "Packing Union. He felt sure that all the committee understood how urgently .the roads round Benmark needed iooking to, but this particular spot was in wet weather a veritable i>og hole. The ratepayers in Murray Avenue had' presented a requisition to the rown. Council requesting that the portion, of road mentioned should be metalled at once. ; He" thought £150 would cover, the 1 cost. , ■ 1 Cr. Hilton pointed out that at! present the Council's ...

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

.S=LiojaLewrc3L Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining GP.d) Commercial Road and Lipson Street Port Adelaide (Close to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturer of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. Wooden Mouses prepared steady for Erection. JgTSPECIAL, NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. GROCERIES, SELF RAISING FLOUR, BAKING POWDER, JAMS, r>ook for tlie Anclior PEPPER, &c. &c Ordered by the IVlETHODl&T LADIES' COLLEGE WAYV1LLE, ADELAIDE South tasMla'e leading Educational Institution, after exhaustive enquir ies. orders Till (10) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS. Hth August, 191l> Mr. Hugo Werthelm, Adelaide. ' Dear Sir,—1 have been Instructed by my Committee to arrange with you for the Immediate supply of Ten (10) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS (Model " Muslca ") for use at the Methodist Ladles'...

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

MILDCRA SHOW, Thursday, i .1October ■ gth. Special cars from Ren mark. R. P. James & Co.* j

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

Concerning the Murray Tha total navigable length of the Murray ana ite unoucariee is 3,212 uiileB; ' nade up aa followsi'ne Aibury to mouth, l,3t>6 fflilea s Morruiubid^uu, Gundagai to jittrray jaucuon t»6o mites j Darting, Wingetrt to wtuiiwonii, l,lfcU. . I The watershed ot the triuutarnae wxi ^oecnsLhdcL, JS«w Jsoutu Warns ana Vic Victoria »ui«uuis co 4xa,2o3 square ailes, or ^66,'jyu,--jwU acrws, e^uai Co uaarij •ne^seroatu ui Chb total »r<j* oi Australia.. >f t.mii total cut) coauibucm^ amounts to lottos iqUitrt: miles. 1 uo real., hough wittun the oauelimuat £-«*, i& •uut-contsibutwg. The Darling has its source in the CrrnaL Ui riding xauge iu Vjuebuslaud, whbre it it known as the Maclutyra. its principal tributaries from ijuetuuuwii an ute Ciuu lamine,. Warrego, jfaruo aua Mttranoa; ind in New CkraUi Wales, tne autvijuarie, Namoi, Maclntyro, ttogan, ow>uic ana Caafclereagh iiuiwtjon the iX.ei. w. jiaclntyra juaotiou aud Waigett tht Oitring is known...

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RENMARK HOTEL. MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

RENMARKHOTEL. monthly committee meeting. A meeting of the hotel committee was held on Monday evening last. Present—Messrs. Howie (chair), Pitt, Dridan, and the manager (Mr. Drum mond). A letter was received from Messrs. R. G. and O. Stoeckel re footbridges they had erected across Paringa pad dock creeks, asking that the hotel .would help pay the cost of same.— Resolved that this request could not ! be entertained. Matnager was instructed to assist, other public bodies in decorating the. town for the forthcoming show, and that a booth be-erected, on the show grounds. . Besolyed'that the architect, Mr. Bruce' be instructed to call the fol lowing tenders for additions and im provements to thie Renmark Hotel: 1. Increased bedrooms. 2. Widening of Verandah. 3. Increase kitchen, accommoda tion. 4. Down stair bedrooms* 5. Lavatory and first class dining room. Regarding -hotel alterations- the chairman thought that the kitchen when complete would be qjuite up-to iate with all modern improve...

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

Gsm Uavigafion fempany Ud. » ' ♦ " ■ Steamers1 Movements - From "MURRAY BRIDGE to RENMARK. S.5. MARION. Lcfives Murray Bridge 10.30 a.m. Wednesdajrg leaves Morgan 7 p.m. Thursdays Leaves Waikerie 5 a.m. Fridays Leaves I«oxton 8 p.m Fridays Arrives Renmark 8 a.m. Saturdays KJBTUKNING— Reaves Renmark 10 p.m. Saturdays Leaves Loxton 7 a.m. Sundays leaves Waikerie 4 pan. Sundays arrives Morgan 10 p.m. Sundays Leaves Morgan S a,m- Mondays Arrives Murray Bridge in time to catch Tuesdays express tor Adelaide. From MORGAN to MILDURA, S.S. RUBY. ' Leaves Morgan 7 p.ui, Saturdays* J^cavea Waikerie3.30 a.tu. Sundays leaves Loxton 7 p.m. Sundays Iieaves Renmark 7 a,ui, Monday a leaves Wentworth 3 p.m, TuasAiyg Arrives Mildura 10 p.m. Tuesdays KBTOAN1NO Leave® Mildura 11 a.m. Wednesdays Leaves Went worth 5 p.m. Wednesday* Leaves Renmark U p.m. Thurs iaya Leaves Lor ion S a.m Fridays Leaves Waikerie i p.m. Fridays . Arrives Morgan 11 p.m. Fridays Passengers caich Saturday moi niug's Train for Ade...

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

MILNE'S THREE STAR. BRANDY. Read the following copy of a Testi monial from a Hospital Doctor :— . "I can on? y say, alter using your Three Star Brandy, that the results medici tially are equal -to the best imported Brand v. " I have given orders that your Brandy is to be used in the future in this hos pital. "I am indebted to your representa tive for supplying me' with an Aus tralian Brandy which can adequately fiil the place, at a lower cost," of the im ported spirit." Original of above can be seen at our office.. • Every bottle bears Commonwealth Customs Seal and Label guaranteeing that the Bracdy is pure grape and made iapot stills. MIL-NeTs* CO., DISTILLERS, ADELAIDE. Terminus Hotel :M:o:re.c3-^Tsr Best Brands ofLiquors Stocked First CIms Accomodation for Visitors and Travellers. C. LAM BEET, Pbofbhtkbs?. Newmarket Hotel. / . Corner of North find West Terraces, Adelaide.. A. H. LANDSEER". (LIMITED). GRAIN AND GENERAL MER CHANTS. Skipping, Customs and, General For* warding Agent*...

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

THE RENMAKK HOTEL. (iNCORPbiBATED.) Managed by a Committee under Clause 47 ol tlje 11 Licensed Victuallers Further Amendment Act, i896. THE BEST HOUSE ON THE RIVER; 7. AT. DRUMMOND, Licensee. Wine, Brandies, Whiskies'aid Wine Vinegars. Positively Peerless In their Purity. '• " One Million Gallons in Stock. B. SEPPELT, Greenock. THE LOXTON HOTEL. < " GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOK VlSM. Liquors of the Best Brands. THE MURRAY PIONfiER,' AND AUSTRALIAN RIVEK RECOUP.> Published at Senmark every Friday morning, the PidNB^K" SrcnjaiSM freely throughput the rirar districts, from MehmJie, uuthe Iiarlin^ (New South ~Wales),and Mildura (Victoria), to the Murra^ month; also in thechidf fruitgrowing centre* ut the Central State. The Most Influential and widely read Conntry Paper la South Australia/ and the Leading Advocate of Irrigation and loiaad Navigation. Special pagcB (edited by a well-iufotined writer) are devoted to the questions of iuigatiuu and titj taiuiiug, and original iaotcli...

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