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VICE-ROYALTY ON TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

VICE-ROYALTY ON. TOUR. Yesterday .his Sscelleacy the Cover nor, Lady Bosanquet,"' Mas Bcsaa quet,' Mr. Mr P. &0W6 (private Getre-' tafy) and Capt. ■ Walter, A.D.C., visited Renmatk in an unofficial capacity. The vice-regal party, who were' accompanied " by Sir. E. B. Jones, / the Government valuator,".' travelled up river 111,the £>s. Marlon (Capt. Alexander), which had been, specially fitted up (or the trip in a. manner with which his Excellency expressed himself, well pleased. The party left Adelaide on. JMonday . for Murray Bridge, where the Mypolonga 3 reclamation works were inspected. ■ On Wednesday the. Loxton show was'J opened- by hifi Escelleney, who attend ed and spoke at the committee luii-'1 cheon. The show exhibits were ad- • mired by.Sir Cay and Lady Bosan- ' nliet,. and the boat left for Loxton in i the afternoon tor Aenm&rk, reaching ^ there about. 2 a.m. on Thursday. 1 During the- morning the pumping < station and settlement were inspec ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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BLANCHETOWN. Blanchetown, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

BLANCHETOWM . ■ Blanchetown, Sept. 20. Abeautiful steady rain set in here on Wednesday .night, and continued most of Thursday and well into the early hours of Friday morning.. Over an inch and a hall was regis-' tered. This mil do an immense ampunt of good to both farmers and pastoraliets. The crioket club held a meeting Last Saturday, when Mr. 6. A/dridge was appointed captain and Mr. Colby vice-captain. A match will be played shortly,' Ladies v. Gents, On the occasion of opening the new pitch.

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PARTISAN, JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

PARTISAN1, JOURNALISM. ■, iQne" i oV the . bye-prbductB "of the political party system is the party iStirnaJ—-tlie- newspaper ^hose-articles on political subjects are-not -written for the purpose;of diBseE|inating an. enlightened .]mowl&gef'^^--'t6 boast" I the party in ^hBfc&^ijfffcrestB the I paper is published. .We_ are not without experience " of thiB class. of -publication/in Australia",- but-in this State,,-. ^t: least, the daily papers,, whatever the nature of .their leading Articles,jhave b«6n prepared; in'ttie main, to give - all parties lair play in their news columns .and to open their columns to the free expression, of public opinion. An exception, to. this policy is, apparently provided, by the daily paper which champions theuE&bour cause "In p6Utics,.~"Tii •the Pioneer of September- 5, the Government. were taken to task for. thei£-astagpmom^tp effective -voting; and in the -earae issue of this paw^r it .was gentlv suggested that the " Daily Hera...

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The Pionner. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the "Murray Pioneer " at the Railway Bookstall; Adelaide. RENMARK, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

Visitors to tbe City . May obtain copies of the u'Murray Pioneer " at ifie Railway Bookstall). Adelaide, * Renmahk, Friday, Sep!em^jbr2(>. A fair idea of i:be .difficulties ex perienced ,by- the Selection com-, mittee for the local Institute library may be gained from a considerafion of the diversity of opinion 'expressed' by the correspondents who hav« written - to the Pioneer on thi-> subject. The real ' root :of : their trouble, however, does not appear on the surface. - This, 'so £ar at any rate as the' past is concerned, has' been the necessity of makijtjg a very . little money go as far as pbssitile. It; is, we are sure, not' generally realized that the amount received annually from subscribers (apart from the special grant of the. Hotel Committee, which was voted .last year, and which it is lioped will be made an annual one).does notmore than cover the librarian's salary To put it baldly, the: cost of books, papers and periodica s : for. -the library shelves and tables ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

NOW WEN! Mr W. F. 0. GROTE'S -^—Dental Surgery and Laboratory,?--? MURRAY. AVENPE,-DENMARK.:., (And at Gilberton, Adelaide), Artificial Teeth, Gold: Browne, Gold fillings and Bridge. Work a Speciality. . (Ask to tave Bri^ge Work explained to ' - yen). Amalgam, Cement and White Porcelain Fillings. Laughing Gas. - Children's Teeth Regulated. PAINUE8S EXTRACTIONS! Nurse in Attendance. All "Work'done at City Prices. All correspondence from the River Dis» tricts to be addressed to Renmark. DENTIST NEWLING, Unlcy City, WILL VISIT RENMARK—Monday, September 16th, till Saturday, 20th, all day. LOXTON—September 2lst and 22nd, all day* OVERLAND CORNER — Wednesday, September 24tb, all day> MOUNT MARY—Thursday, September 25th, all day» Special Attraction ' FOR — V VISITORS TO THE ADELAIDE SHOW. During SHOW WEEK we purpose making a GRAND DISPLAY of a SPECIAL IMPORTATION of JAPANESE WARE. We have received thousands of dainty pieces, and. bam decided to dis play them at show time in order to giv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

Busy/ Busy! Always Busy 1 THE NEW SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS Are Now Being Displayed by Us. Ail Visitors to the City , And The Show Are Cordially Invited to Call in and Inspect THE NEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES. PATTERNS ' ■ —Of .■ New Season's Dress Fabrics NOW READYr" V Write for a Set—We send them Post, Paid. "WHERE YoyR MO/NEY, <j°ES FART7HES1 RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. flUSSEY HARRIS FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. HOB AND DISC DRILLS,' made in sis sizes, viz., 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19> Hoe of Disc. » - THE MA5SEY HARRIS SPRING TOOTH CULTIVATOR. An Implenient.essgjijial to the up-to-date farmer^ Strong, reliable and ijjjfi sizes* viz., 9, 13, 17 and 22 tine. Xhe most up? I toniate i&rt^sting Machine,. saves money time and grain, i Mi^es a ^erjFecfc sample, light draught, simple to operate. Also Massey Harris Binders, Ploughs, Harrows, etc._ ' ThoBiackstoneOII Engine* for Farm and Irrigation purposes. Simple, economical and reliable. TbB onis G&30ieh6 Engine....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

AUCTIONS. Special Horse Sale at EASTERN WELL. Saturday, October 11,1913, at 12' o'clock noon. Bagot Shakes. & lewis, ltd, , , have been instructed by Mr. Crettenden, owing to shortage of _ feed, to sell by auction: 75 — HORSES — 75 including yearlings, 2- yr. olds, - and 3 yr. old draughts, broken and un broken. The above will be found a good lot of farm bred horses and farmers in need - of horses should not miss this opportunity of securing, quality at reasonable rates. TERMS AS USUAL. NO OUTSIDE STOCK ADMITTED. Important Sale. Valuable Building Sites. 47 — LOTS. — 47 Paringa Railway Ter minus. Saturday, 4th October, At 2 p.m. On the Property Fronting the Paringa Railway Station. Coles & nomas - Aye instructed by Mrs Margaret Dowlwg to sell by auction as above, sub ject to the consent of the Hon. the Com missioner of Crown Lands,.. 47 Allotments. — 47 Being a subdivision of part Section 17, Hundred of Paringa, held under Per petual lease. ; TERMS.—One quarter cash; ...

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THE NEW LIBRARY BOOKS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

THE NEW LIBRARY BOOKS. o»:«o—— To the Editor. Dear Sir, — Now that Mr. Panton has .disturbed the nest—and I .trust for iny own sake dra'wn the stints from!'these indignant hornets (I for get their Latin, names)—perhaps it is safe for others to appear. Like Mr. Panton, I -was -disappoin ted when the first hatch of new books arrived, hut I was told to chesr up as there were. 150--.vols. more to come '- all novels." I recognise the worth iof the Home; University Series \ and have a selection of them already i on my shelves, but the library usual ly. has provided me with -some of the < better, class modern fiction." . The novels have come and I am still somewhat disappointed. The thought of a whole 150 new books .to explore-into has an exciting sound, and some years - ago 6uch boqks as . " Tono Bungay," «' The Story of *an I African Farm," "Teas o! -the) D'Urhsvilles," " Helbeck of Banure-' dale." would have caused a thrill, j " but not now. These books •were once j prime lib...

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FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

| FARM AND GARDEN, j [Conducted by the Rambler. 1 this committee I shall hope to have something to say next week. One of the advantages, and plea sures, associated withthe position of delegate to the congress is the op portunity thus afforded of renewing old acquaintances and of making new oneB among the men who are. engaged in the task of raising the agricultural standard of the State. In my own case this was certainly a source of keen pleasure. I met and chatted with many old friends, some of whom I had not run' against' for many years. Among the latter was in cluded " Wallie " Colebatch. who has lost, in the acquisition of degrees .and in the process of risikg to /the important official position ^which he now occupies and adorns, none of the kindliness of disposition which made him a general favourite in the days when we wera at school together. SOME EVENING DIVERSIONS. . Very few visitors from the country. I imagine, spend show week in Ade laide without seeking some, diversion f...

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SHOW WEEK IN THE CITY. THE AGRICULTURAL BUREAU CONGRESS. WITH SOME REFLECTIONS THEREON. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

SHOW WEEK IN THE CITY. THE AGRICULTURAL BUREAU CONGRESS. WITH SOME REFLECTIONS THEREON. Circumstances prevented me from • recording in last Friday's ''Pioneer my impressions of Adelaide during show week, and now that period al ready belongs . to ancient history. However, a few remarks may stall be -considered not altogether out of place <especially as I note that the report of the iApcultaral Bureau Congress has been held over for the October issue of the " Journal of Agriculture.'' _ The public were kept posted- in tne doings of the congiess by the daily papers, which confined their reports for the most part, however, to a summary of the papers read before the Congress, and of which pnnted copies were available in the hall. OJ the discussions aroused by tha papers very little appeared in the press re ports. These discussions were occa sionally of considerable value, but , so much occurs in Adelaide during j show week that it wpuld *»e alto gether unreasonable to look for...

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NO WARRANT FROM THE PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

NO WARRANT FROM THE FJ20PLE Whatever warrant the Government may have, had for the Household Suf frage proposals, the division of the Appropriation Bill, or the deadlock provisions of the Constitution Bill, they certainly had no warrant for the suggested increase of eight members of Parliament. The people v.fcen they were asked a year or two ago by Referendum whether they would agree to legislators raising their salaries returned an emphatic nega tive, and I am quite sure if they were given a chance now they -would answer " No" to the Ministerial plan of electoral redistribution. With a Federal Parliament to look after the big things there is no need for South Australia to have 66 legisla tors to attend to the little things. Indeed, the desire of the public is for less rather than more. The extra cost will be £1,600 for the eight new men. I suppose we can aSord that, but we do not want any more talkers in either House. There is already far too much of that commodity avail able. The G...

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CROPS AND THE RAIN. A SPLENDID DOWNPOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

- ^- V A SpLSNDU} BOWNjPOtjiU The sofintiness <?f this season's Rainfall had* up to a few ;^ays ago, . caused pretty; well every one to re mark that this year's wheat yield must be far below the average, and in many P6rte of the State crops wer6 regarded as practically.doomed. During the past winter and autumn the country generally suSered ' from' an .almost (unprecedented lack of moisture, and from many districts Mock had'to he removed to obtain feed. Fortunately, just in the nick of. time as it were, a splendid down pour has occured, and the -hearts of the farmer arid fruit grower generally must rejoice exceedingly; - Rain, steady and soaking, started to fall in Renmark at 9.30 'a,m. on Thursday, *l8th inst., and by six - o'olock that evening it had set. in in earnest. The fall in the settlement must have be8n heavier than in the town during that day, aB Mr. D. W. Price rang up the "Pioneer" in the afternoon, and said 66 points had already been registered at his place. ...

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PARINGA SETTLERS. THE MESSRS. HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

PARINGA SETTLERS. o»>o— " i THE MESSRS. HUGHES. Before the Train which so fortunate ly: fell;.last Thursday week, Mr. T. Hughes says he - had but little hope of reaping anything oS the 600 acres which he had carefully sown this ."season.' Now, thanks to Nature's goodness, - he has- a f fair chance of reaping over 6 bushels, and may with luck get more. Mr. Hughes, with the help of his two. brothers, manages all the work on his . farm- His father, an old identity'of Grace Plains, and Dublin Scrub, also resides with his son. He lias had a life long experience on the land. . The Messrs. Hughes consider the Paringa country equal' to any scrub farming, land in Australia, .and next year intend to haye some 500 acres in under fallow conditions. .Firm believers in. mixed farming, these gentlemen hope in the near future to keep sheep, and have care fully noted, the wonderful improve ment in this grass productiveness of the soil, once timber has been got rid of. Paddocks which at the- time ...

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

RENMHRK RAINFALL. Recorded nt Renmark Past Office. Year Tan. Feb, Mar. April May June ;July Aug. Sept. zOet. I>o». Dec. Total. 1858 ... — 1*67 -11 "47 -37 2<> *49 1*88 *29 *59 .18 I'M . 914 1899 ... lis 1-94 *60 "72 *60 2*28 '42 *27 '*6 *75 2 38 — 10*88 1900 ...2-31 -06_ "99 1-61 12 1'06 _ *54 1*32 1*15 "OS "SI "65 110 1901 "30 *53 *43 "29 "D1 *65 119 1*05 "86 2"0S "48 57 8*49 ■1902 ..: -2? *04 -35 "18 " 19 1"01 -is *28 *65 1-97 -52 1*62 £21 . 1903 ... "09 *95 1*30 1*01 1*37 "79 *74 1.06 - 3"20 1*58 3*41 1*46 16"66 1904 ... *50 "92 13 '28 *51 1*0 1*12 *53 *34 1*96 15 118 8"62 1905 ...1"16 "32 — "68 2 "29 1*44 1"29 *16 *49 1*15 "24 — ' 9"22 1906 ... — *09 1*94 — . "84 2"T3 *48 *66 2*55 *76 *35 1*01 11*41 1907 ... — *05 *19 1 89 1*34 1*35 *92 1"07 *25 *34 *75 1*62 977 1908 ..' -36 '20 *50 — 1*02 *95 *10 1*22 3*12 2*55 *41 "64. 11*07 1909 ... *32 *23 *42 *51 " 2-19 ll"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 — 26 September 1913

Y ALU MBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. .SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASTON, 8.A. v XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. TqmatoSauce ■Ton will enjoy a little HuinphrisV Sauco with your dinner—it gives such an ap petising relish to the meal. Insist on Your ^ Grocer bringing Humphris% y JACKETT BROS.' MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS. ADELAIDE, POET ADELAIDE, AUBURN AND MORGAN. Butterfly Floor—Made from hard Wheats as grown on the Murray. -jWhnle Meal—tStbnfe GrbundJ for making BrownBre&d. ^ GIutenMeel—A Sure Care for Diabetes. ^ -a f !?.f QROATINA-—^ New Porridge Meal, makes Cakes audHpijJdlngs equally well. Packed in 21b Packets and 71b bags. t All Lines'Procurable from V L. SAIES, Renmark, A. H. LANDSEER, Ltd., Waikerie, L A. H. LANDSEER, LTD., Loxton, F.WILLIAMS, Morgan, ■; . G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND ALL OTHER STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. v.'.' * . .'V r-. »■ . i. 'a '« ^ A...

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CONDEMNED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

CONDEMNED BY THE " BULLETIN." The Redistribution of Seats Bill brought in by the P6ake Government in South Australia is one of the most brazen sampleB of gerrymander ing this generation had known. What ever the intention, the. result of the redistribution is to cut out ail Labor strongholds and segregate them from the other parts of existing districts. Thus Port Pirie has been sliced from the district of Stanley; which no* returns three Labor members, and is given two . members of its own, while the rest of the constituency, being warranted to Swallow liberals, is also given two. There is a clear x gain of two to the Ministerial cause, and a clear loss of one to the Labor ites. The same thing is done at Jack Verran's citadel in Wallaroo, . which With the mining centres of Moonta and Kadina has been chopped-^ofi from the surrounding districts of Yorke Peninsula; 60 two more good Liberals are provided for, and one Labor man is turned adrift. Then the metropolitan area, which now sends...

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CONDEMNED AT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

CONDEMNED AT GAWLER. The following motion was carried last weelty at a meeting of the Gawler branch (Of the Efiective Voting League "That this mete&ing condemns the Government Redistribution Soheme on the following grounds 1. SeCause there is no mandate ffoir the people in its favour i 2. Because it involves an addition ; to the number of members. S. 'Because it is in opposition to the platform of the Liberal Union, upon which the members of Parliament of that Union were elected. 4. Because it will accentuate the present dieeontent and sense of injustice, whereas the adoption of effective voting Would remove them. In proposing the motion Mr. R. CTpton said (as reported by the " Buuyip " lie had no doubt that the proposal was meant to smash the Labor Party./(Hear, hear). Wat It tight to smash any party by such means ? It was not calculated to promote industrial peace or make for the progress of the country. 11 they wished to promote harmony and good feeling their measures sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

r A. M. Bickford & Sons, LIMITED. Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and ^Druggists. - Importers and Makers of ^Surgical and Veterinary Instruments, Appliances, Hospital furniture j- etCi , 1 Sole Proprletora and Manufacturers of the POPULAR " OUR JACK " BRAND. HOUSEHOLD AND ME0I6III - M . / Flavouring Essences, Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egg Preservative, &c., &c. Horse and Cattle Medicines, Sheep Dip, Poisoned Wheat, Fruit Sprays, . Disinfectants, &c., fcc. m Office and Warehouse — eurrie Street, Adelaide. HP FOR OLD AJSTD YOIJNG D. & J. FOWLER Ltd. ; ice and Cool Drink* - fienmark Ice Works and Factory. »■ Latest Machinery. » - Drinks of Unsurpassed ICE CHESTS ON SALE. HISGRQVE A&D GRUBB. Substantial Reduction in MOTOR INCLUDING i. <4 99 f$EMEMBBR + Continentals MWAYS lEfflia FOR NEW PRICES. THE CONTINENTAL RUBBER COMPATSYPTY. -lira; Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Auckland and Cfaristchurch...

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