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LYRUP. July 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

LYRUP. July 14th. Pruning ia inst about finished here. J 2uin ia very badly wanted, and a winter irrigation will have to be resorted to if no rain comes soon. Our schoolmaster, Mt A. M. Courtney, has left ns, having been transferred to the South But, Daring his term here llr Courtney endeared himself to all tad took hia share in all local sports. Be was the recipient of some valuable farewell presents : from . the football, tennis and ciicket clubs. The time was loo short to allow of a formal send off. Mr Courtney will te much mined a) Lyrup, and leaves with the good wishes pi tvcrjose, Bis fucccww, Mr, W»Uei M. May, has arrived, and commenced datv. Mt Newton, our Association secretary,, haa returned, from Africa again, and i» once more in harneas.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

•*l ' % The Half-way House, by Walter Ogilvy.

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BERRI. July 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

4BERRI. j my l&ui. At the meeting of the Bern branch oi the Agricultural Bureau held on Satur day night Messrs Lewis and Clayer were chosen u delegates to the annqal Con gress meeting In Adelaide in September next, Mr F. Arndt read an interesting paper entitled, •• A plea for experimen tal horticulture in Irrigation areas.1' Anniversary : service# in connection ■with" the Bern Methodist Church Were held on Sunday and Monday last. Rev. Mr Feunell conducted the Sunday ser vices, which were (largely attended. Monday evening a concert was given in the Church, which was packed. The programme was* good one, and seldom lias a better entertainment been given in j Beni* The following ladies and gentle, tnen rendered items:—Misses Allen end j Voe, ileadames •' Wiahart and Claver,1 Master Phil Clayer, and Messrs Xioveday, &ec£, Day) Hughes, Buster, and Rev. Fennel!. A tasty supper concluded the proceedings, which, all through, we=e financially anccessfoT.

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FARM AND GARDEN. THE PRUNING OF DECIDUOUS TREES. THE SYSTEM OF THE LONG LEADER. With Special Referance to the Prune. SECOND [?] [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

RND GARDEN. [Conducted by the Rambler. 1 THE mmw OF DECIDUOUS TREES. THE SYSTEM OF THE LOHfi : tEf&ER. W th Sqec'al Referanca to the Prune SECQKS RMS!.-:. Last week examples were given ofgreatly increased yields of fruit resulting from the application of the system of " long " pruning to peach and apricot trees. Under this sys tem Mr W. Sigo, of the Cu*lwaa irrigation area, lias harvested what are undoubtedly the heaviest crops ever gathered on the river from young trees—his peach trees 8t four and a half years from planiisp yielding 2 tons (dried) of Elbertas ,a:id 3 tons of Salweys to the acre, and his apricot trees of the ?atn =age>yielding 8 ^ tons fre^h fruit to liie-acre. The land at Curlwaa is exceed ingly rich, and it. is not contended that returns equal to tho^e obtained by M«" Sage are to be" had, under anysyslein .of pruning, from land less suited to the .production of stone fruits. . It is possible, however, thai ] equally heavy returns might be ob-1 tained fr...

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MILDURA. July 12th., 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

(MILDURA. July 12th., The annas! show of the Mildnr*Hhj$g» cultural. an^Agricultoral JSacietySeni' bracing atlthe fruit, floral and' art, and industrial sections was held in the Shite hall on Wednesday and Tharada/ lastr The <sno# ins the best held' for MBom.tr yean. Besides using the .Council cham ber, hall and stage,.the committee Had' «rccu.d ajhugenjaiquee, and -tnia -space , was sufficient only to b£ow the ' ex hioits without crowding;- Id the art Becupn, which, was well filled, Airs O. fijnd made an exhibition of 1 same of her paintings; The work was particularly well done. Ia some of h^r landscapes a tie had a-loped an "impres Hjaist'ityle which in some an centres is considered to be good. Naturally the snow of dried fruit was disappointing. Since the introduction of the packing houses and the bulking 61 dried fruit, one does not see the skill ot the home packer of dried fx ait. In the citrus section, Mr P. W. Picker ing carried off most of the-.prizes, .Mr Fielter...

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LONG PRUNED APRICOT TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

LONG PRUNED APRICOT TREE. I 1 " • ' . 1 . " - ' . HIM.. I 111, | J GROWN BY MR W. SAGE, OURLWAA. Planted August, 190S. . Photographed, after Pruning, September, 1912. These trees, 4# years from planting, yielded 8# tons per acre.

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents.] WAIKERIE. July 14, 1913, A Hockey CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. {From our Own Correspondents ] WAIKERIE. July 14, 1913, A Hockey Ch®. ; On Tuesday evening last a number ol young ladies met at the. residence of Mr W. Thompson and formed a hockey dub. The following tofficera were elected Captain, Miss N. Lon drigan ; vice-cap-' tain, Mist B. Donnell, and secretary, Miss E. Berry mau. It is hoped that other, clubs will be formed la the district-so that matches may be arranged. On Saturday a largely, attended meet ing to nominate councillors for the pro. posed District Council was.held at 11 a.m. Representatives were present from i allpartsof the district. As it had been] decided at aformer meeting that it would! not be advisable to divide .'the district into wards until experience had been J gained, it was - felt that-all parts of the ' district should be represented in the first: Council, and after considerable, discus sion a scheme by which this end could >be achieved was agreed to. Tbe neces aary petition to the Governor wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

f^AGSHAW ■ are now This means a PETROL ENGINES guaranteed to run on Kerosene. running reduction of quite 30% on cost Prices remain as before. Mo complicated system involved. Starts on benzine, works on kerosene. All, the material' that enters into the construction of a Bagshaw Petrol Engine is of the best. The construction is absolutely correct ana no other- Engine of its kind can compare for full moneys worth with the " Bagshaw/' Write for Booklet and Quotations. J. S. B ABSHAW & SONS Limited, offices and faqtory r VICTORIA STREET, MILE END. 3h owaobiyi t BENTHAM STREET, ADELAIDE. m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

. IjOXTON PHARMACY.—F. Cottrell M.P.S.S.A., manager Chemist- and Drag gist, Importer of Pare Drags, Chemicals Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Sponges Enemas, Bed Puns, Hot Water Battles etc, etc. Horse and Cattle Medicines And all the latest Veterinary Remedies. Medicines by Post bv return mail to any part of the States. Addre&i—F. C0TXB.E1.1, & Co., Ltoxton. opposite Fuller & Co.* Mr Dbar, Optician, will visit Loxton and Waikerie in September next.. Exact date will be published later.* For Children's Hacking Cough at Nightj Woods1 Great Peppermint Core, 1/6." W. M. B. OGILVY, Horse Dentistry and Veterinary.—If the teeth are out of order*'the stomach is affected at once. Let me overhaul your horse.ifit is not doing well. It cCets nothing 1 See for yourself what is the matter.* ■It is easy to cute a . cough. . The usual methoJa' of relief sometimes succeed,, iut if you wish to make sure use HOD DEN'S COUGH feALSAM.* A.N. A. RENMARK BRANCH... ..Meets evety other Tu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

Fruit £* rowers. The Adelaide Chemical & Fertilizer CdV Ltd. HDELAlDe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

YALUMBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RSNMARK AND ELSEWHERE S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. , - XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLO AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBALONG THE RIVER. J A OK ETT BRO S.' MILLERS & GRAIN - MERCHANTS. . ADELAIDE, POST ADELAIDE. AUBUBN AND MOBGAN, Butterfly Floor—Made frotn hard Wheats as grown on the Murray. ! Whole Meal—(Stone Ground) for making Brown Bread. -tts^^|li«|J-^^iirel|S^«for^«be^es._ P'i QROATINA—Mew PorrfdgfeVMeal, jnakeiCikes and Puddings equally veil. Packidin 21b Packets andtlb bags. All Lines Procurable from ; L. SA1ES, Renmark, A. H, LANDSEER, Ltd., Waikerle, A. fl. LANDSEER, Ltd., Loxton, F. WILLIAMS, Morgan, G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND ALL OTHBB STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. isSs i® 1! n & M A PUMP ENGINE THAT OUT PUMPS WINDMILLS AND RUNS ANY HAND POWER MACHINE! Why use a hand pump or wind miil ? The former is,slow, y«;ry tiring and expensive, and the latter s quite dependent upon wind, a...

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CONCERNING THE PEAR. A PROFITABLE TREE FOR THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

CONCERNING THE PEAR. PROFITABLE TREE FOR THE RIVER. [By the Rambler.] A fine large pear, in good state of preservation, has been left at the Pioneer office by Mr S. J. Wes cotnbe, of Renmark, It is of the Napoleon variety, and Mr "Wes combe states that the tree from which it was gathered last year yielded three swe it boxes of f riait, which woo Id he equal t < about seven cases. The yield this yeir fell to one sweat. This pear is similar in shape to the Vicar of Winlcfield. with which it is biassed as a good keeper and cooking pear. Neither variety L» esteemed for dessert pur poses, though the excellent keeping qualities of the Vicar, together with its .habit of heavy cropping, have caused it to be regarded as a good export variety. The pears recommended by the Victorian Departmental officers for the river settlements are the Williams* Bon Chretien {Duchess), i Bueire Bosc, Glou Morceau, Pack-, ham's Triumph and Josephine. Recent Victorian experience in the shipping of p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

; ■ lliiiin." WaliEtwiffe^a«, Qilberton, . ( Adelaide. MrGROTE personally visits the fol lowing River Towns, monthly :— RENMARE—MondayJ Jnly 28, Tuesday 29, and Wednesday 30.. • LYKDP—Thursday, July 31-lrom 11 to 3. LOXTON—Friday, Aug. 1 and Satnrdayi Aug. 2. WAIKERIE—Mondiy, Aug. 4th, from 11 to 4. ' ' MORGAN—Tuesday, Aag. 6, all day. DENTIST NHWLlNti, Unley City, Has visited the River Districts for 16 years. Hie speciality is conservative Dentistry. Dentistry is saving Teeth, intelligent people kn«w this. It profiteth die tooth poller to extract, bat not the patient. NEXT VISIT—Dates to appear, Buy-the Baby A High Chair. Every baby wants a high chair, and experience has proved that the style illustrated gives long and satisfactory service. In fact, with ordinary rare it will serve for No. 1 right down to the yonngest. PRICE 25/. Other styles from 7/6 each,., Write for illustrated catalogue> DAVIS, BROWNE & CO., Adelaide's BEST Furnishers. StiDWooms. 76, 78, 80, Hindley-...

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

KENMHRK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. Year. Jan. Feb. Mar, April May June July Ave. Sept Oct. Nov. Dee. Total. 1898 1-67 •11 -47 •37 2-0 •49 1*88 -29 •59 .18 1-09 914 1899 ... *36 1-94 •60 •72 •60 2-28 •42 •27 •76 •75 2'38 10*88 1900 . ...2*31 -06 •99'. 1-61 72 1-06 "54 1-32 MS . •08 •51 ■65 11-0 1901 .. ... "30 -58 •43 •29 •01 • *65 119 1-05 •86 208 •48 *57 8*49 1902 • ... 21 •04 ■35 •18 •19 101 -18 •28 •65 1-9? •52 1-62 7-21 1903 , ... 09 •95 1-30 1-01 '1:37 -79 •74 1.06 3*20 1-58 341 1-46 16-66 1904 . ... "50 •92 13 -28 •51 l-o" 1*12 •53 •34 1-96 •15 118 8-62 1<505 . ...116 •a — -6» 2-29 1-44 1-29 •16 •49 1-15 "24 — 922 1906 . ... — "09 1-94 " ' — •84 2-*3 •48 -66 2-55 •76 •35 1*01 11-41 1907 . ... — •05 •39 189 1-34 1*35 •92 1-07 •25 •34 •75 1*62 9*77 1908 . ... "36 •20 •50 — 1-02 •95 •10 1-22 3-12 2'55 •41 •64 11*07 3909 . ... "32 -23 "42 -51 219 1-96 -93 1-88 1-26 , -49 •63 -10 10-92 1910 ... "65 ■. — 4-03 1-00 1-78 1-68 *75 1*43 2-37 •71 •80 •26 14*97 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

LION TIMBER MILLS, —- — Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, klin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining GP.0.) Commercial Road and Lipson Street Port Adelaide (©lose to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings. &c. Wooden Houses prepared Ready for Erection. &J+ •4* _ SPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. — ; " - ' ( - ; " ~ " ■-"■■■■ - • ■ - . Always Ask for Anchor Brand GROCERIES, SELF RAISING FLOUR, BAKING POWDER, JAMS, PEPPER, &c. &c iLook for tlie Anclior Ordered by the METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE WAYVILLE, ADELAIDE Sooth Australia's leading Educational tnctltnUon, after exhaottlTe cnaulr wkimmKaustralww PIANOS. 11th Aujuit, 19H> 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 (Mo...

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THE MOVING PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

THE MOVING PICTURE. { Bt thb Moralist. To some fearsome folk they seem to be I responsible for much evil—the Moving Pictures ; inciting lads to tread the prim rose paths of burglary, or to torn longing eyes and hearts, to wards the Redskins': noble game of scalp collecting. Perhaps we could do with a little less of the melodrama on the curtain, but to me . the office of the pictures isin the main 1 most'"excellent. Certainly, and beyond all question, the moving picture repre sents the greatest educational factor which this last quarter century has seen evolved. For the price of a handful'of sweets or a couple of packets of cigar ettss one visits by this means the far . pieces and remote corners of the esuh. Xhe costumes, mode of lite and habiu uf men and;women far removed from u& in thought and environment are nnrolict to our gaze; the romance and traged\ V the pathos-aud.-ihutnoux of life art tewiiled and. brought home to us ; er thfe natural scenery and the architectural I...

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Facts Worth Noting. About Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

Facts Worth Noting. About Renmark. Population, town and settlement, 2,500 Area of settlement, ... 13,348 acres Dedicated commonage, 16,652 „ Area UBder irrigation,... 5,173 „ Annual production, value /~130,000, Dried fruit pack, 1912 ... 2,200 tons. Irrigation Trust assessment, j£"200,000. Trust machinery and channels,^55,009. Afitnml firewood consumption, 6,000 tons. Annual water rate pur acre, 1911, 25/. . Trust annual revenue, 1911, .£8,082. Annual Govt, loan repayment, j£~S80. Trust D.C, assessment, 1911, £9,465. D.C. revenue {1/ rate &c.), 1911. £1,307 Renmark fruitgrowers uafe annually about 5,000 tons af gypsum and large quantities of artificial fertilizers. Five irrigations are given annually. Chief products axe sultanas, currants, Taisins, oranges, apricots, peaches, peara, and olive oil, all ofthe highest quality. At Renmark and along the river gener ally, apples and al temperate fruit trees thrive and • become productive much earlier than in colder districts depen...

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FOOTBALL. MURRAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

FOOTBALL. MURRAY ASSOCIATION. [Bv Bight wwg.V''" " Renmark and" Fairview. iUwerS-meton the show ground on Saturday, whenjhe game resulted in a.35>poiiiOwiti for ike Rovers. For some reason bottrclnbs bad to fill up places, and* the Towri Onb wa8 short of some half-doren usual player®. At the bounce the Rovers went my and, playing a good game, finished op witti 8 goals 6 against 3 goals 1.; At times some good football was shown, the Rovers being especially good in long pissing and high marking. Capt. Moss was responsible for a fine game, and was assisted by 'Story, Seekamp, J. SymenB, W. Ei'-t, H. ldoss, and Beames ; while for Renmark V. Brown (capt.) and Dillon pntina lot of hard Wo k. These., two players bore the brunt of the rack tight throngh, while Trompf, R. Jury, Fehnell and Lewis' Bros, also kept their end up. Goal-kickers ; Rovere-^Mosel 2, . R Moss 2, ■ Howie, Symetis, W. Pitt' and Ruediger, 1 etch.; Renmark—SmitbJ^ V. B ows 1. Howie's goal was a fine place kick. Mr Mitl...

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STATE IRRICATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken ud and Worked. Blocks are surveyed into a eas varying ■ from 10 to 50 acres of irr gab e land In addition . areas of non-irrigable Jand will be allotted .to lessees of irrigation blocks fer ity farming The tennre is perpetual lease without revaluation at a rental not '.exceeding 5/ , per acre for irrigable land,, and 4d to 6d per acreior non-irrigable land;. The water rate to cover cost Of .supply ing water apd interest on pntnping plant, channels, etc,;is ectimatfed not to exceed 30/ per acre. VA sliding sea e coven both the rent and waterrates for the first four ' years, i.e., first year one quarter of Hie rent andwaterratej second year one halt third three quarters, ioritih and after, wards, fnllamonnt-per acre.1 ,/ The l^paitwen^B .prepared to assist settlers oja thfriiTigation Areas by-feneing, clearing, jandf^ti^g leasees' blocks, and constructang^img|titon ch*niie18 thereon. Such improvements willbs undertaken n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

Rennsik Post and Telegraph Offceand Telephone Exchange.

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