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

J. O l J A R IC A. 1ST. IX CO TAILORING, . DRA.PERY.MILLINERY, &c. -&c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &e, Mews Ag^iafS. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, . Reviews &c. obtained to order. WJflTER & YOGEIiSJLMG. (LATE OF MESSES. HEITIIUaSAy, BROS., SETEBSBUKG.) CUBNiERATj 11I.ACK.M1H BTMS, WHEELWRIGHTS AND COAGHBUiLDEfiS. Wheel made on the Premises. <D © c c3 ei 3 C5 fi. ei A! O £ ® •O ci S o CO c3 ® &4 >3 © J>. . en dy bo t cS V3 o w © •e L' IX'/-r\f Y'; ;v-A- , \-JkK1 a--. < <D cr o *s Ci. \/ Tireing, a Specialty- j HOUSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — ..IMPLEMENTS of «H KINDS j IIAO® Mi<t mmffV&SJRK 5$. I Eenmakk Avunue, RENMARIv. | (Successors to W. Dowling.) i E. OLIVER, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, o—x—o 1 ! APPLES, PEARS, and Other SEASON A HLE Fruits Expected Every S^a:nor GREAT VARIETIES OF NOVELTIES IN Jj^pFEUTiU^EiiY. FRESH VEGETABLES twice a WEEK from ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 February 1896

REN MARK . IRRIGATION TRUST, N° 1. % ■ VA ; . ■ ■ 1 ^Arrangements. have .been made for February irrigation. Settlers requir ing "water; in ^Sections 1, 2 & 3 are re quested to forward applications to the Trust office* .On and after this date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation \vorks under the con trol of the.Trust will be prosecuted. . Settlers are requested to . settle ali unpaid rates forthwith. CHITTY, Piano Tuner, will be at Meissner's Hotel to MONEY TO LEND> at from . XVI % in large or small sums. FLEMING, BOUCAUT & j ASHTON, Solicitors, j Jamestown and Adelaide. Storekeepers to sen 0»r boots on commission. Thk jghnhlotfji CO., LTD,, City Hoot Palace, ADELAIDE. A. H. SCOTT, HORTICULTURAL BLOCKS CLEARED. GRADED, PLANTED AND CULTIVATED. GRADING A SPECIALTY. BLOCK C, REM MARK. RENMAltK WESLEY.YN eilUIiOIT. Services oii Sun-lav morning. II. a.m. Evening, 7 p hi. PRBACJIKK. Jiev. Oorl V i THE "QBIP" IFIjTTPIPIE FRANCIS' PATENT. ...

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

THE BAKERY. ' ■ ' r CATERING for Picmcs, Socials,, Balls . and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. II. J O II M S, Ral Rat Avenue, ; ItENMARK. Steam from Murray RrMge to Keiimat'k & Mildiira The "Corowa" under j charter to Capt. TA IT (Ink of the K. M. N. Co.) is noic running fortnightly trips between the above places, calling at towns and stations en route. Freight and Passengers at current rates. Apply.— CAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" N. H. OLDHAM, Eenmauk Avenue Renmark. Time Table: Doe is Renmark— Ujv river : ' Down: Man. —: A. CROSS LEY Corn tit 14 th. and Murtho S'jv» Ren m ark. fURNITURE Eli M 0 V E O GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. Renmark Sawmills. Bed-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vino and tree stakes . Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS. ME1SSNER S HITEL Comer, Para & 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

THE o|n t:hie MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. REN MARK; South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has passed ilie experimental stage, and is a success, a^iKiiTiily uiitMHiiided iia Its possibilities to produce wealth, adding, as a concomitant, tlie domestic comfort, health and happiness associated with a life devoted to cultural, pursuits. Fruitgrowing; is admirably adapted to tliat class, who l>y, circumstances have not had any training in the working of the soil or in f ruit culture, pt^<*lug no physical tax: upon the operator; neither is it dim cut to master, while as an occupation it is really factina ing* At Milduraand Renmarkthe results from irrigation ape wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view, THE MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. 1BEEHOL0 WKC1148K OK VKFKKRKD PAl'nKMTW. Route to Renmark. From delalde to Morgan by train, 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 17G miles, tc en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

a"toiten dra-p^y, 'a 1)33.1 r IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC. G. & H. BADGER. M urray-avenue, Renmark. The motto of the PIONEER STOEE is P. K. G. SCALES, It 1 t.OH. (Lata of M-v-srs1. James Marshall <£■ Co., JilclaiiU'.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. REMV1ARK AVENUE (.Vi'.iV hithhiwtn'x Produce Store.) Ai:t Xotick— Frank S. Wyllie, P II O T O fi E A PHIiE lienmarh-avcnuc, lienmark. Camps, Groups, Besidences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges EnlanjeimnU a specialty R^imai'k Settlers, The majority of you no doubt are Smokers, and $>e 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 Aromatic Tobacco are recom mended to use only AN AROMATIC TWIST of excellent flavour and aroma, UNION is superseding all other brands of aromatic. E...

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A VALUABLE FODDER GRASS. Paspulum D[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

A VALUABLE FOD'XVil GRASS. Pasjnduin I I ■ At;the January meeting of the Milii ! cent Branch of the Agricultural Bureau,—Mr. R. Cabell read some particulars concerning this grass from Australian Jyricidtiiralist of Novem [ ber, in which Mr. E. ftecombe, Rich mond River, considers it excels all other grasses—even cocksfoot and rye grass, on cccount of the large quantity of soft, fresh, green fodder produced. It grew five feet in nine weeks during mid-summer.' An official report from the N. S. Wales Department of Agri culture gave 13 tons 7 cwfc. as the re sult of one cutting at the Experiment Farm at Richmond River, and three or four cuttings per year are predicted. Mr. J. L. Thompson, Principal of Hawkesbury Agricultural College, says it is a splendid succulent fodder grass, very suitable for stock. Seed sown October 3, and by end of January the grass was cut for seed, was 4ft. 6 in. high, and would have made splendid hay. At beginning of April it was again 4 ft. high. Hot dry weath...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

CRICKET. Last Saturday a cricket match waff played between tlie Colonial team, de feated by the Englishmen llie previous week, and another team of Australians. The Colonials No. 1 went to the wickets first and scored 136 runs, A. D. Thom son contributing 47, W. Lewis 34 and C. Gregory 20. Malcolm took four wickets, Phillpott three and Chaiker one. The Colonials No, 2, made a poor stand, being all out for 33. The prin cipal scorer was E. Ward, who played in good style for 18. Gregory and Lewis took three wickets eich and Thomson two. The following are the scores :— Colonials No. 1,—1st Innings. Payne E. J., b. Phillpott, ... 9 Lewis, W., b. J. Malcolm, ... 34 Lunn, W. E., b. Phillpott ... 2 Buchan, M., run out... ... 1 Thomson, A. D., b. J. Malcolm, 47 Jose, b. J. Malcolm, 2 Headland, A., b. Chalker, ... 6 Gregory, C., b. Malcolm, ... £0 Bucha'i, W., b. Phillpott, ... 0 Chapman, E., not out, 5 Bye 1, leg byes 7, wides 2 ... 10 Total ... 136 Colonials, No. 2, 1st Innings. Ward, E., c....

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THE HOTEL QUESTION. THE COUNTER PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

THE HOTEL QUESTION. THE COUNTER PETITION. The weak points of the counter pe tition on the hotel question, prepared and submitted to His Excellency the Governor, are apparent. In the first place it states that " the Remnark Ir rigation Colony was by law established a Temperance Settlement." Now it hardly seems that the clause in the Licensed Victuallers' Amendment Act 1891, which provides that no licence shall be granted in Renmark except with the consent of the Governor-in Council, can be construed into estab lishing it l>y law a Temperance Settle ment. The settlement was really es tablished a couple of years before, and the fact that a licence can be granted with the consent of the Governor-in Council clearly proves that there is no law against it. With regard to the point that some penpie came here under the conviction that this was a temperance settlement, for one thing they do not find it a temperance settlement at present, and nearly all of them now are very much in favor of...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH SERVICES ON Sunday morning, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

RENMAUK WESLEYAN CHURCH;1 Skrviohs on Sunday moniing, 11 a.m. Evening, 7 p.m. Pnk'AoiiKK, llev, Corly Butler.

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [?]bridged from the [?]delaide Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. Cltiifcgcb [aoik tf;« fl&cfai&c Sapcts. The Right lion. Cecil Rhodes ar rived in London on the 7th insfc., and had an interview of over two hours' duration with the Right Hon.v-Joseph Chanberlain. The Marqnis of Salis bury was present, and the result of the interview is regarded as being of great assistance, in aiding the Government to decide the future steps to be taken in connection with the British South African Company. It has been decided that Mr. Rhodes shall return at once to Ruluwayo. No official statement will bt> made on behalf of the Govern ment until after the conclusion of the trials of Dr. Jameson and other pri soners concerned in the invasion of the Transvaal. Mr. Chamberlain has sent an im portant despatch to Sir Hercules Ro binson, British High Commissioner for South Africa. After referring to the events which led up to the inva sion of the Transvaal by the force un der Dr. Jameson, the despatch points out that tinder th...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. Mission Hall, Renmark, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month 11 a.m. Matins and Celcbra- ■ tion. J 2nd and 4th Sundays in the: month :—8 a.m. - Celebration, t Every Sunday evening except the J 1st Sunday in the month :—Evensong j at 7 p.m. Little Hall, Block C. 2nd and 4th Sundays in the j month :—11 a.m. Matins and Cele bration. 1st, 3"d and 5th Sundays in the month:—3 a.m., Celebration. j 1st Snnday in the month :—Even- j .song, 7 p. in. j

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATER SUPPLY. A REJOINDER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATER SUPPLY. A REJOINDER. TO THE EDITOR. . Sir,—In reply to yours regarding my " exaggerated " account of affairs in Renmark I beg to state. I spoke lonly facts which I can substantiate— ! i nothing personal was implied hi auy j way against our water master Mr. W. Muspratt as, since he has occupied that position, not only have we had a better distribution of water, but we have had exceeding courtesy in every way. He certainly has not the un happy tendency to cause strife, nor put settlers up the wrong way—and I have heard numbers say that were he given an entirely free hand, everybody would do their utmost to help him. Regarding settlers tampering with bulkheads and boxes, the less said about that matter the better, as, when some of the law makers constitute themselves .the law breakers, it savors I rather of -btrrlesque, that they should sit in judgment on those who only do it from the same motives as themselves —to save dying trees. Justice for one should be j...

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(The Poineer. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1896. RENMARK PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

(The Isomer, i SATUIIDV.Y, FEBRUARY 15, 1896. : HEX JIAV.K. PROSPECTS. The telegram we pub lished last week from our Adelaide correspon dent with regard to the South Australian Concessions Com pany, though rather more definite than the cablegrams in the Adelaide papers justified, was still of a reassuring nature. The S, A. Register gives ful ler particulars. ,.;The cable message to. that journal states that— Several 'Heelings of the South Austra lian Concessions Company have been re cently held. The Company' is being formed for the purpose of taking over and working the existing Renmark agreement of Chaffey Bros, Limited, with the South Australian Government. Sir Frederick Dixon-Hartland, Bart., who presided at the meetings of the provisional Directors, has promised to assist to underwrite de bentures to the amount of .£150,000 if satisfactory assurances of support are forthcoming. -The Trustees for the de benture holdeife of the Company will be Sir F. Dixon-Hartland and the Earl of...

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PHYLLOXERA RESISTANT VINES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

•PHYLLOXERA. KESISTANT • VINES. At Hie Clare Branch of the Agricul Curat B ir i ilii, a pipsr on the above subjjjt \vu r.iad by Mr .W, Kelly, of 'which the following to a digest:— Owing to the incessant'vigilance of Central Bureau and its general. Secre tary members of our Branches and others interested have been induced to devote a deal of attention to the various plists which formerly ravaged our or chards and vineyards, and, this too, with a very considerable amount of benefit. One dreaded enemy, the phylloxera of the vine, has not yet f;m:i;l a ho:n3 i:i South Australia, al though it ha- made great, havoc in Viclora and New South Wales. Still it bshoves vigorous here to do their utmost to prevent its introduction, and to bo prep ire 1 to fight it at tha least possible cost should it finally appear. This may lv? done by growing phyl loxera rjststuinfc vines and grafting upon them. The Register quoted from the Pacifir Rural Press a short while back, an article on " what to do for ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

L O C A L N E W ' S • ■ •' rr—rt—: - Good news of li;ea,yy rain; on .the watersheds of: •" niii'l Western tributaries of the* 11 pbr#I?iv>'H-Ji^ is o hand, »At Boucko. re ported, aaA,ui'I^3ufc(iH'h^'ite-i<-&7'jfrtr. Th,e latter jias been c;urs$ii'','l\y ;afffook on the- Warreg;) River, a.-W^iVJ1 fli fliient of tlYe Darling. Tais" l'rvrt'i'-ose so rapidly that thou^iu is /of.'^eep have been drowae.l,. ,;Cai^>:wA}et; wilL open up the navigation of •fbo-lX'VTli.'ug, and will cause a rise of three or. four feet at Renmark in less tlis'uit 'a'ninth's time, so that shortly all the steamers will be running again! "it"is now very improbable that the Murray from here to Murray Bridge* will be closed at all for light 'dratiglit boats. Hif i't*m£ will be only for a cow$le of-weeks; Freights should now come down agaj.n, th<a fruit crop-Avill be ;able to lv?,-shiyped away. >v The letters of two correspondents and oilier matters are unavoibadly held over. Th...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 11.15 a,m. VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

latest Telegrams. [From our Cokkesponjjknt.j Adelaide, Friday, 11.15 a,m. VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY. The Marquis of Salisbury states that be hopes the negotiation for arbitra tion on the Venezuelan boundary ques tion will remove the difficulties. The Hon. T. F. Bayard, the United States Ambassador in London, gratefully re cognises the friendly aid to the Com - mission by Great Britain, and disclaims any idea of hostility. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. The Transvaal Government has or dered two batteries of heavy gui)s. The trial of the conspirators has been indefinitely adjourned. The evidence is regarded as weak. BRITISH POLITICS. The British Government hay shelved the question of Home Rule for Ireland, and the Irish are discontented. The Bight Hon. Gerald W. Balfour, Secre tary for Ireland, has stated that the Government are as firm in opposition as ever. FLOODS IN QUICENSLAJff). Heavy floods are reported Queensland.^ ^t Brielianr f,h<» feiW boat sank and forty lives won; lost. STRIKE...

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. MR. A. T. BRUEN'S [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

JU3NMARK PLANTATIONS. Mb. A.. T. Bkuen's A very, promising, young plantation is that, of Mr. A. T. Bruen on Block C. It consists of an area of 38£ acres, situated at- the termination of Tarcoola Street on Bal Bx.1 Avenue. The land e^ntly slopes irom the 44 foot channel,, en* itsswih-wtfatojii boundary to the road frontage, and lies in an attractive situation, sheltered from the prevailing winds by the sand ridge which runs from Spring Cart Gully to Hal Hal Creek. This ridge may be considered the back bone of Block C, as it forms the western boundary of all the plan tations on that block. On the summit of the ridge outcrops of limestone ^are visible, from which valuable building stone is obtained. The higher slopes consist of sandy, red loam, while those approaching the box flats on the edge 'of the Reservoir, are of a stiffer but still friable nature. Mr. Bruen's plantation comprises several varieties of soil. Just below the 44 foot channel the ground is sandy, but most of the soil ...

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A CHARGE FOR FRANCE. From Scribuer's Magazine. Continued from last issue. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

A OHAliGfi FOR FRANCE. ■ ' cFtoiW SitifjHet'ft 91tagaiiu«. lly :<h>hn Heard, 3r..f' ' ■ | Continued from, last issue. The journey from Paris to the front was a horrible '.nightmare to Saint Brissac; a stern disillusion to Sargent. For, thought he modestly alluded to : his campaigns in Arizona and Soiiora: as mare hunting trips, he ha'l there received «nch training and such cor-: ract critical insight as well-organized campaigns often fail to give. It was apparent to him that disorder was j everywhere the order of thf- day ; con fusion and ignorance the watchwords. Saint Brissac hit his mustache in des pair. Joe smoked grimly; but neither spoke. They understood each other and there was nothing to say. The morning was wellnigh noon be- j fore they found the old general, seated under a tree on a knoll overlooking a part of the battle field. In a little hollow behind, the Eighth and Ninth Cuirassiers stood dismounted by thieir horses, and still further back two squadrons o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

J- CLAEK. AISTI> CO a:Hj©liXK'Ci, :tiRA3£BB£. • mLLTM&R'fc. <&c. •-&>. Boots & Shoes, IST-A'TIOKKEX, , [Q 0 "0 K S;, -KIMC* FOOD'S, &&, MofcH;# Books,, Ztofrm, Pmofifcah, Magazines,, .Reviews <§tf. obtained to order.. (*U< ll^rn '.ST11EET., jLi i li rllij i ll IZblll ll.31^ SESMA'-lUi, WINTER ■& irOGELSANCr. ((LATE OF IADSES. HBITHEtiSAY, BEOS.,, PETERSBU-RG.j) «iE79S: Rft¥* ttXJLVmmm.WWMLB* 15/r I.LU Wheel-, :matlfe an the Premises. "C te s ■cS 'S3 O •a <c3 ;S iu •a © .3 c8 ■Ci •D to •08 03 ■>» WJ '<D "IS •JO •>& '<TS 'O 3 •p. ss. w C3f Tirelng, a Specialty HOUSES CAREFULLY SHOD, — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS MIBE ai*& RE1»A1R1S». KrcNM.vnx Avscnue, 3112NMARK. (Successors to W. Dowling.) E. OLIVER, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER _0— X—0 APPLES, PEARS, md Other SEASONABLE Fndts Expected Every Steamer GREAT VAlli 11 TIES OF NOVELTIES IN CON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 February 1896

R E N M A RK IRRIGATION TRUST, N°1. ; ^ ' Arrangements have been made {or ■February.irrigation. Settlers requir ing water in Sections 2, 8 & 4 are re quested to forward applications to the Trust office. On and after this date theowners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol* of the Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. J pifflTTY, Piano Tuner, will « V/ be at Meissner's Hotel to receive orders eavly this month. MONEY TO LEND. from 1V1 4£ % in large or small sums. FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON, Solicitors, Jamestown and Adelaide. j young men ■ are invited to attend the fienm4rlcni6ht SCHOOL! at the { x3ststittjte ; ■ v" V. * 1 '■ on monday and thursday nigl/ts. WANTED renmark ' o Storekeepers to seii our boots on commission. The JOHN HUNTEIt 00., LTD., City boot Palack, i 'vadelaide.' A. H. SGOTT, HORTICULTURE CONTRACTOR, blocks cleared,' graded, planted and cultivated. grading ...

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