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THE LATE VICE-REGAL VISIT TO THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS AND RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 February 1896

THE LATE VICE-REGAL VISIt] TO THE VILLAGE"SETTLE- . MifiNTS lisTD . RE-MARK. - Monday's city morning papers pub lish a Jong account of the visit of His Excellency the Governor to the Village Settlements and Renmark. The fol lowing notes of the trip refer to this settlement:— Renmark was reached on Thursday morning, and >nany tastefully arranged baskets of fruit were sent aboard by the ladies of the .Renmark Hospital Committee, and a case of dried apri cots was forwarded by the local Fruit packing Union. Proceeding in 'the teeth of a scorching hot wind to Mur tho, the last settlement on the, river, the vice-regal party ascended the high cliffs, the only approach to the settle ment, under a temperature which we were told was a record. The work ac complished hy the small hand «.f set tlers was examined. With an irriga tion plant lifting 16,003 gilltms per j hour 250 acres are capable of lujin^ irrigated. Fifty acres of apricots art looking well, and the ten acres of vines are alread...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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BRITISH ISOLATION. MR. J. CHAMBERLAIN ON THE SITUATION. A PATRIOTIC SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 February 1896

BRITISH ISOLATION. . : ■ . I MR.,J. CHAMBERLAIN ON THE ] . - ■' SITUATION. A PATBIOTIC SPEECH. L;>rd Lamington, Governor Desig j nateof Queensland, who will sail for I that colony on February 5th, was en- j tertained last week at a bauqtittt, at j wliich some two bund red were present. ! The. attendance included tlitt Agants General/Mr. Chamberlain, Sir George Bowen, Archdeacon Piddingfccm (of New South Wales), the Eight Rev. Nathaniel Dawes (coadjutor Bishop jf Brisbane), the Earl of Splbourne (Un der-Secretary for the Colonies), and Mr. N. Curzon (Foreign Under-Secre tary), Mr. Chamberlain, i« proposing the toast of "the guest," referred to the incidents in the Transvaal as show ing how impossible it was for the.cry of danger to he raised in one part of the Empire without an answering echo being heard throughout the whole. Allusion was made to a " certain re buke " which England had received in the midst of her misfortunes, while surrounded by jealous rivals, and to the " unexp...

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The Pioneer SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1896. THE STATE ADVANCES BILL AND RENMARK MORTGAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 February 1896

Pioneer SATURDAY, FEBRU U1Y 1. 13.13, | THE STATE ADVANCES^ BIJ-.L AMD RENMARK MORT GAGES. It is a moot p;»nt as j to whether, under the Slate Advances Bill, passed last Session by the South Australian Legislature, advances j can be obtained in i respect of properties i situated in this settlement. At any ! rate the matter is well worthy of con- i sideration, and if the decision is in the affirmative, applications might be | made to the proper officer of the Go vernment for a substantial advance to pay off Renmarjt mortgages. Nearly' all the plantations: in the settlement have been mortgaged to banks and other financial institutions. In most cases however, the surrender value of the- mortgage taust be at least .dogtyfe the amount due by Messrs. Chaffey Bros. Limited to the mortgagee. Now thifl being the case, cannot some feas ible scheme be devised by which all the mortgaged can be capitalized, aM; the just am ->unt due to the mortgagees raised under the State Advances Bill or ot...

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A CHARGE FOR FRANCE. I. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 February 1896

A CHARGE FOLl FRANCE. oFtoiii Sni^uctV 9RajaViii«. iiy John Heard, Jr. I. During his stay in the United States Maurice de Saint,Brissac was a.groat. favorite among women ; among men he was correspondingly disliked. The former believed that the mask repre sented the man, a kind of man they did not often meet among homespun Americans, and to the more romantic he seemed to be a, grand seigneur of the race Vawlyck painted so well, and who had stepped down from his frame in some national gallery to criticise the progress of the-world-since his day. Tbe latter envied his success, and, be cause of it, resented the superiority evinced in many ways by this man who was so different from themselves. In a way. it soothed their wounded pride to call him a prig. But he was better than that. He did not believe in the stage business "of his time. It Was antiquated and often ridiculous. It was insincere. It was very largely "pose." At the same time family traditions, the " honor of the name," the pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 February 1896

J. GLARE AND CO. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes, 6TATONEET, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &C. A|pe?{<S, Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews Sc. obtained to order. WINTER & YOGEjLSAM®. (LATE OP MESSRS. HEITHERSAY, beos., PETEBHjr&a,) i CiKiWKKATi BLACKKHITHHi, WHEELWRIGHTS AND COAGHBUiLDERS, Wheels made on the Premises. w S <2 •§ < 5 «s •- tr S3 C ?? o 2. eS Jo \ \ XAV/ i\ HI "2 o s £ -'Sv> . ¥N»JM b > 3 fe 1 Jtf s« j> O 'I? MMSR.TV •?. © & i—i s * 1—A /lVTViJ\ I « t\ a *4 s \/V \XrK ^JiX V.rV lA 7 sn o o « v \/VA. /AC Vf X /\ 7 si' ^ Tipeing-, a Specialty KOHfcKB CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KI3D3 mADi: ana Renjiark Avknce, HKNMAllK. (Successors to W. Dowling.) ® E. OLIVER, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, 0—X—0 ' APPLES, PEARS, and Other SEASON ABLE Fruits Expected Every Steamer. GEE AT VARIETIES OF NOVELTIES IN CONFEcJTiONE ;1Y. FRESH VEGETABLES twice a WEEK f...

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HOTEL QUESTION. PROPOSED SCHEME FOR A GOTHENBURG TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 February 1896

.HOTEL QUESTION. PROPOSED saiE.Ml-: FOlt A GOTHENBURG TiiUb*. .The petition to the Governor in Council pruning for consent to the graining <»i: a licence for a hotel in tteii'iiark on coikiI vions :is near to those of the G.^ne-iintr^; syeteiu as local uimiinsLauces win allow, having been numerously si^nc>l by th> residents of the settlement*. a. influential settlers, was io.wnviie.l la.-. Tuesday to the Hon. F. W. ii The proposals for a ua!»iiii. company to furnish the fu:i<ia 101■e.-foi.i.i, suitable premises and carrying on lii business, us published in or.r jssueoi Jan. 18th, not being generally approved, tlie following suggestions are now made : — 1. That.& Trust be coustrnoi<?<i. to be called, say. The llg.mitrk G iilieubur^ Trust, to consist of three resident hunt owners of hortieullm al lot*, ami twe resident owners of to.v.i.-iii.p a.UKin.-n;>. 2. That the Trust be e:ecte.i by tin landowners and householders oj th...

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MALAGA LEMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 February 1896

MALAGA LEMONS. : Large "quan tities of lemons are an uually exported from Malaga (Spain). This first -grade is reserved for Franco and Holland the second quality gets to England and Germany, and the balance is usually despatched to Ame rica. The lemons are picked from the tree when they have reached their maximum growth, and while yet green are allowed to remain in piles 24 to 48 hours. Thence taken to shipping warehouses and at once wrapped in tissue paper for shipment after classi fication for the different fom^n mar kets has been made. Three to five days usually elapse after picking the lemons before they are whipped and ready to lie shipped. \\ (kni wrapped and packed they are actually green in color, ripening and turning yellow during the time of transporta tion. No artificial process is employed. More attention is lining given, t - tlx culture of lemons than formerly, in consequence of which the quaii y i* improving^ the number of trees in creasing, and so with average r i Ll!...

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CRICKET. ENGLISHMEN V. AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

CLIICKET. Englishmkn v. Australians. Last Saturday, the third test cricket match between teams chosen from Englishmen and Colonials was played. The Australians, Captained by E, J. Payne, wenjJirst to the wicket, knocked up 118 before the tenth man was out. Payne contributed 27, W. Lewis 20, M. Btichan 14, Marchant carrying his. bat out for 13 and Jose making 12. Blades and Turner took three wickets each, Woodham two and Willis one. The Englishmen then took the hat ting and made 158 runs. Murselt, the sixth man in, played in fine style for 70, carrying his bat out. His free hitting was the chief feature of the day's play, and his lifts over the boun dary for five were greatly applauded. Woodham contributed 16, Willis and Blades 11, Despard and Park 10. The bowlers, Gregory and Thomson, took three wickets each, Lunn "two and Lewis one. Lunn's fielding and his | smart way of picking up the ball were much admired. The Australians then went in for their second innings,, and Thomson and M...

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

""" " ".'J •• liEN^AIlIv nVlilGATION TRUST: EXLliAORDlNAllY MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. An; extraordinary meeting of the ratepayers of the llenmark Irrigation Trust No. 1, was held at the Mission Halt on Saturday evening last, Colonel Moraut, Chairman the Trust, pre siding. The Chairman stated that the meet ing was called for die purpose of con sidering certain instructions which the Trust propose ! to give to the solicitors with regard to the pumping contract. Immediately after tlia collapse of the j iirni the Trust set about making ar- j rangements for carrying on the Janu- i ary irrigation, and it was decided that j for that in:>nth the Trust should supply the fuel for the engines and the liqui dators. would carry on the pumping j and distribute the water, the Trust plying th'j liquidators the actual a jii .-'nitOf w.i,«j3s not exceeding £170 fji- th'« ni mill's pumping." Since that arran'anient hvl l».*ei» made the Trust hal beG'i enleavMrin^ to get a definite a'isw.;r fro n the l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

0,X TH;K MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. DENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. * IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Haspamd ill? «x|?«i'iivi«iifaS ami is a siwrea*. a|»i»ar«nly unbounded In Its possibilities to wealth. sas a concomitant, tlie dome§tie comfort, IteaUlt and ai^rtat^4l with a life devoted to cultural, priuHi. Frnitg;roir{iig ii a<lmiral>3} a<Iiipt<Ml to <lt»f <*9a^. who liyv circumstances fiare not had any training in the working ot tlte soil 01* In fruit ciiltm'^ placing no pliplcal tax upon the oprrafoi'; neit3#e3" h it dl *51 rait to master, while as an occupation it is rfimlly f&rtlna, iS3&. At Milduraand 'Ran mark the rssultsf^om irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view, THE MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. ntKKiiofii) pCRfiiiNe ok »kfi;nri;i> i'av.ii Route to Renmark. From delalde to Morgan by train, 105 milea, th...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. MISSION HALL, RENMARK, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. Mission Hall, Rexmark, 1st, 3rd and 5th- Sundays in the month,:—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra tion. , 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month :—8 a.m. Celebration, Every Sunday evening except the 1 st Sunday in the month :—Evensong at 7 p.m. Little Hall, Block C. 2nd and "4th Sundays in the month :—11 a.m. Matins and Cele bration. 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month :—8 a.m., Celebration. 1st Sunday in the mouth :—Even song, 7 p.m.

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. Mr. A. LAIDLAW'S. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

REN MARK PLANTATIONS. Mr. A. Laidlaw's. A promising plantation on Block B, situated in Kenmark Avenue, opposite Mr. C. F. Chaffey's, Olive wood, is that of Mr. A. Laidlaw. The soil is of a stiff, red loam of light color, but from the growth of the trees and viues it must possess valuable fertilising pro perties. Though the trees on this kind - of .land take loriger to come into full bearing, it is claimed by those who prefer it, that they will become ulti mately more abundant, producers of finer fruit and will be longer lived than on the more sandy soil. The land is certainly not so easy to work, and after the trees have been irrigated the culti vator must be set at work as soon as a horse can walk without bogging. More frequent cultivation is also required. By attending to these conditions Mr. Laidlaw has brought bis block into a fair state of tilth and his industry and perseverance certainly merit the suc cess that tbe present state of his plan tation promises to achieve. About ac...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1896, THE IRRIGATION THUST AND THE LIQUIDATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

(Tbc |]ionetr. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1S96, THE ] UllIGATIOX THUST AND THE LIQUIDATOH. Last Saturday night's meeting of the rate- | payers of the Renniark Irrigation T.iust was evi dence of at least one gratifying condition of the affairs of the settle ni<jnt—the unanimous support of the settlers to the directors of the Trust. I It was clearly demonstrated that they had done their duty to the utmost, as far as lay in their power, under cir liratwere far from satis-, fat'lory. Or curse, llu»i-o were many gjui:;<:.s of complaint against the man nor in which the. distribution of water for tin; Jiimiiiry irrigation. has been carried out, hut it was clearly proved that they do not lie at the. door oj the" Trust., or at that of the..water master, Mr. W. E. Muspratt; The delay caused by, the collapse of the company and the channel gangs having..-been taken off the work, as well as other minor matters, all in a manner con nected, have been the primary cause of the unsat...

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Latest Telegrams. NEW RENMARK COMPANY. ADELAIDE, Friday, 11.15 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

I«ates£ Telegrams. [From ouk Correspondent.] NEW RENMARK COMPANY. Adelaide, Friday, 11.15 a.m. A meeting of the Renmark Conces sions Company has been held in Lon don, at which Sir Dixon Hartland presided. The Company take over the interests of Messrs. Chaffey Bros. Ltd., in Renmark, and underwrite de bentures to the exlent of £150,000. Sir Dixon Hartland and the Earl of Eintore are appointed Trustees, and the Hon. R. Grosvenorand Sir Howard Vincent, Directors. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. The Right Hon. Cecil Rhodes lias arrived in England, and has been ac corded a good reception. The Uit landers are urging Mr, Chamberlain to obtain justice for them. THE PRINCE OF BATTEN BURG'S FUNERAL. Her Majesty the Queen attended the funeral of the late Prince Henry of Batten burg. Her Majesty, has ex pressed her thanks for the messsge of condolence on heir daughter's bereave ment, to the Colonial Institute. TURKISH TROUPES, A proposal has emanated, from America to remove the Sttltos^ of Tur key from his...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

L O C A L NEW S. A cricket <ipatch between a team'of colonials.to be chosen from the follow ing and the.eleven which was defeated last Saturday will be played this after noon. The new team will he7'chosen from J. Malcolm, A. Phillpott, W. Duncan, W. Scutter, A. S. Gunning, A. H. Taylor, F. Gordon, A. Chalkmv B. Gregory, E. Chap man, 1J. Evans, Jj. A. Spiller, E. Ward, A. Martin and A. Wesconibe. 'A magic lanternentertainment was given at the' Wesleyan Church 011 Wednesday evening by the Rev, W, Corly Butler. The views consisted of scenes in various foreign places and some good pictures of Murray scenery. The proceedings were enlivened by a song by Miss Maggie Aldridge and several instrumental selections by Mr. Gunning on the clarionet and Mr. H. Showell on the violin, both being ac companied by Miss Fulleron theorgan. Fruit refreshments were also provided. : The February irrigation commenced on Wednesday. The few blocks on\ which the last irrigation was notcom-: pleted we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

THE G&" \y i o n f t r *u>tr ^te. d:u?$iy. ai>:ui: ironmongery, boots & shoes etc. jitc. G. & H. BADGER. M n rray-avcnue, Ben mark. Tlie motto of the PIONEER STORE is H. V. fit. G. SCALES, TA1 liWR. ( [.ate of ,1 fi'snrs. .lams* Marshall <6 Co.. Aih'litiih'. ) REPAIRS. ALTERATION'S. AND CLHA XING DONE. Gentlemen1s Own Material Made Up. Trousers Mtule and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (S't'.i't Kuhi hi nit's 1 'mil iter Stiirr.) Art Notice— Frank S, Wyllie, P h O T o « K a p H K k Ilemnark-arcnue, Ilmmark. Camps, Groups, Residences, aud Plant ations photographed at moderate charges K i' i >it ti a sjwialtti SS^niism'k Settlers, The majority of you no doubt are Smokers, and we would call your attention to the splendid quality of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in th World XLCR Tagged Thus. XLCR Smokers who prefer an ramatic Tobacco are recom mended to use only AN A0MAT1C TWIST of excellent flavour and a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATER SUPPLY. TO TH!i liDITOR. Sir,—In last week's issue there is a paragraph re the watering, which is rather misleading, regarding the suite of affairs here. Absentee landholders and other subscribers to your paper who are interested in Renmack might conclude from this paragraph that matters were going on in a satisfactory manner. You sa,y, " When sill the blocks are finished watering the pumps will stop for a few days for repairs, and start again on February 5th." Now as a matter of fact the pumps stopped on .Jap, Slst, which date ended the monthly contract be tween the Trust and the Liquidators, and numbers of blocks have not had one drop of water, and numbers of others half watered or less, and this through a month which has beaten the record for hot days. It is only just to caretakers of absentee's blocks thai, this should be shown, ?i.s the dying trees and impoverished vines may be construed into carelessness of looking after. As to the young trees, hundre...

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AUSTRALIAN' FRUITGROWERS' CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

AUSTRALIAN' FRUITGROWERS' CONFERENCE AND JXHIQITION. The third intercolonial conference of fruitgrowers is to be held at Wel lington, New Zealand, about May 4" h. The first was held in Mildura in 15304, and the second. in Hohart fas* year. It will probably be impracticable to send a delegate from Ren mark, but the Packing Company might send ex hibit?, which might result in our dried fruits finding their way into New Zea land markets, in spite of the abandon ment of the reciprocal treaty. If it is considered advisable to send samples, ..the Directors of the Union should com municate with Mr, W. Cfcirk, Ade laide Secretary of the Australian Fade-' I feted Fruitgrowers' Uuii>». i ■ *» >.

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [?]bridged from the [?]defaide Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. ClGitigci ftom tfic Qbcfaibc 2ap4i». j A leading Russian newspaper ad monishes Germany that she underrates the formidable power of England. Lord Salisbury, speaking at a banquet in London, denied tliat Great Britain was bound to fight Turkey an behalf of the Armenians, although he readily admitted that the atrocities committed in Asia Minor -were equal to the worst outrages perpetrated by Tamerlane. None of the Great Powers wished to occupy Armenia, they preferred to rely on the prestige and goodwill of the Sultan. Isolated action on the part of any individual Power might produee terrible calamities. Recent troubles in other parts of the world were really the outcome of England's anxiety to defend her colonies, whose sympathy and support were warmly welcomed. He cared not for isolation abroad if they were united at home. It is stated that Russia has refused to accede to a suggestion madebyGer many that they should take steps to eject England from the occup...

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A CHARGE FOR FRANCE. From Scribuer's Magazine. Continued from last Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

A CHARGE FOR FRANCE. fesm S»i(nc^» 9Jlagax.mc. Jijf John Hear*!, Jr. Continued from last frtme. At the club, and while waiting for his dinner, he scribbled down memo randa on the bill of fare, an occupa tion'which he kept up between courses, and while smoking his cigar ever his coffee. Someone looked in at the door and called out to him. " Hello. Sargent! " Will you join . us to-night ?" and he inade a gesture as though dealing cards. "Come over here a minute, Da rand," he- answered. "No, I shall not join you to-night, I have lots to do. But I'll match you for a dollar." The coins spun and Sargent lost. " I thought so!" he said aloud, as • he stared at the silver piece. " Well, Durand, old man, the devil always gets his due—one way or another." He rose, slapped him on the shoulder, and laughed bitterly as he left the room, while the other said to him self— <? I never saw Sargent drunk be fore, Something must have gone wrong, surely. ~ I wonder what it was." A few hours la...

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