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

Renmarit Pkdic Race Meeting. Renin ark Race Course. Thursday, October 2nd, 1913 Firtft Race starts at 1.30. ("Weather Permitting). COMMITTEE— F.- S. Wyllis. Esq.. J.P., W. Marshall, Esq., J. McConnac, Esq., W. Crazier, Esq., J. McC. Pater, son, Esq., F. J- Olorenshaw, Esq., W E. Muspratt, Esq. and F. A. P. Wjrllic, Esq, HANDICAP HURDLE RACE — Of j^4/10/, second horse 10/ oat of stake ; 1 yz miles. Minimum weight' 9st. Entry 4/6. WELTER—Of £2/10/, second horse. 10/ out of stake; 7 furlongs. Minimum weight 9 fit. Entry "2/6. , PUBLICAN'S PURSE—Of £6/5/, se cond horse 15/. third horse 10/ out of stake. One Mile. Minimum weight 9st. Entry 6/. MAIDEN PLATE. — Of £2/10/, second horse 10/ out of stake, 6 furlongs.. For all horses that have never won a race, hurdles or otherwise, 9 stone ap, Entry 2/6. RAILWAY HANDICAP—Of £S/, ae - cond horse 10/ out of stake; -6 furlongs. Minimum weight 9st. Entry if. . LADIES'; RACE (for lady riders only)— Of £3/10} .second horse 10/oat of stake, 7 furlon...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents] LOXTON. Loxton. Sept. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. {From onr Own Correspondents i LOXTON. Loiton. Sent. Iti. LOXTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. : Council meeting held Sept. 13", in the District Council Office. Present— all with the exception of Councillor JT. A. Hamdorf. Resolved on the report of the .chairman and Cr-. .P. A. H. Thiele that road as surveyed through block 4a, Hd. of Pyap, remain unaltered. The overseer of works was instruc ted to have washaways at. the Corner of William and . Henry Street filled in. The council attended, to make an order for the opening and. closing of new roads along , the Bookpurnong and Gordon-boundary. The only ob jection was' raised by Mr. M. C. L. DeLaine, but this was not upheld by the council. . Decided that the -Vcouncil purveyor be instructed to deviate road through Sec.. 35 of. Hd. of Moorook. ; Slaughtering licence granted to Mr. H. Ullrich of Murtho. > Tenders to be ' called for fencing -the cemetery at Moorook; 2 miles of fgruhtying Hd. . of Paringa ; cutting Kingston Hill a...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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ALWAYS INTERESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

ALWAYS INTERESTED. Writes a subscriber from one of the down-river settlements—" I am. al ways interested in the notes by " Rambler,", as he is so well in formed on fruit and fruit trees, and I generally cut them out for future reference."

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WAIKERIE. Waikerie, Sept. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

waikerie. •.. .Waikerie,. Sept; 13. . A meeting oil the Kia-Ora Cricket Club was h eld on Wednesday evening last, when it was decided that the club wodld join the association .again { this year. A meeting for'uie elep tion. ot officers wUl be held this-week.! ■ A meeting of the "Waikerie Football: Club was' held on Wednesday last;: whea tt was resolved that the eUver Cup 'sriiieh was this season von by the club, should be suitably inscribed, and presented to tbe Institute, where It can.tfe held for residents, and term a. most interesting ornament. The ®old medal for the best; all-round flayer for the season vns ^wardfcd to Mr. T.Flynn, and ihe melal prt eeated by Mr- 'J- C. Eowe tn tjle i£Ost improved player wa&^on- by Miller. ;ft: was^^alsifexoapived ^1iat i|a ^icwiai :~i>e ®eld atjjan fairly "daSe m6o eea«on. -On. - Saturday itfterhoon s ia • .,tency 4ress.^oi^ll jnMpfc&.-fcias held,"pro ceeds Sh 4id' of the "Walberi'e Spurts Assottatioa, A most laughable afterr...

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MILOURA. Mildnra, Sept. 1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

■- JMILOURA. | CJO&TiJ'ANI) WATCH If BUILT. V««r / THE Deal direct pad - ROSENTHAL M AT EST support your own local man, ROSENTHAL, the Cycle & Motor Manufacturer. Or your ROSENTHAL Motor Cycle. This Is how-to do away wittt the Middleman. •« FRUITGROWERS ATTENTION, PLEASE." — XOBAH ... ... Lady'» or Oehta. Cycle* from £t> 10 to 11a ROSENTHAL ... « .. „ „ /12 lO lo -^18 1Q» SECOND-HAND ... ,, „ „ „ /I ID i SCRAPS dpu«e4,oa applfcttloii. MOTOR CAR AND CYCU8 COVERS TBK h&THST AM> BEST OJf VIEW. rATHEPHONES AND REXOFHCNE8 ETC., SfOCKSD. Agent for CMillao and 0vei4ihd; ^ilo., Motor Oars. BOOKING AGENT FOR PRIBSTSlR MOTOR CAR SKRVlCE. piiiii i in iii ii. i j n,. i , hi mlu" iiii! mi ii i liMiiniiiriii in ii» ■\ '3Qidara, Sept. IS.. At a. tbe first Jiildur, Irritation Trwtfeeli o? Frlflay, tb chairman, GonrmUaioaer BavUsgt «perted therwjty 9f ttotteeat y|# to Melbourne. In company with the general manager of the Trust, 'Mr. A. F. Partridge,. the scheme for the ...

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CYCLING & MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

CYCLING & MOTORING NOTES. . Paul Guignard,. the plucky French rider •who raised the world's cycling record to 63 miles 255 yards in the hour in. 1909, recently succumbed to injuries received -while . racing . at Cologne. During a motor paced race one of the pacers fell, and Guignard and Schenemann fell over him, sus taining injuries which proved fatal to both, of them. E. W. Pedersen, the N.S.W. am ateur road crack, is tipped to repre sent Australia at the new Olympic games at Berlin in 1916. Pedersen Mae In .turn won the N.S.W. Dunlop road championship and the Goulburn Sydney road race, covering the' 131 miles in the last named event in 6 hrs. 24 min. 30 seos. Pedersen failed by five minutes to reach the Goul burri-Sydney repord of D. M. Kirk bam, who is not only the greatest road rider Australia : has produced, but probably the finest, unpaced rider in the. world. Xn a, competition ride in S.A. Kirkham covered 110 miles) in 4 hre. 30 mins. 18 sec. The Royal. Automobile Clu...

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

Special Notice! WE ARE SELLING OFF SPRING GOODS AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. Come and PAY Us a Visit—It will PAY You! We are Offering Lines at Rates Never Before Heard of in Renmark. sssssNEW SUMMER GODDS-assa A Splendid Assortment! Come and Look! They Have Only Just Arrived, and are Up-to-date. GENERAL DRAPERY, MILLINERY, JEWELLERY, Etc. First-class Dressmaker Always on the Premises. BOOTS and shoes. — SUITS MADE TO MEASURE. FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED.4 - J. NAJAR, MURRAY RfVER STORE, RENMARK. FOR LARGE DAIRIES AND SMALL thereis NO Separator that excels the DOMO — IN — - DURABILITY, EASE OF MANIPULATION, or CLEAN SKIMMING. Vet prices are only about hall those of other standard makes. Actaslly THOUSANDS are In daily we ia THIS STATE. Write for list of Testimonials. DOBBIE & Co., Ltd., Sole Agents, Gawler Place, Adelaide. YOU MAY HAVE IT AND NOT KNOW IT. Kidney disease often comes on ' slowly. It maj have been going on ■ for years without the patient realiz ing that anything was the ma...

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RENMARK TOWN RATES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

RENWiARK TOWN BATES. To the Editor. Sir,—We have been requested by one _o£ the purchasers at the "large town lots sale last September to write you in respect to arrears of rates on the lands sold. This par ticular gentleman is aggrieved in that he complied with the conditions of sale and paid up rates promptly. He now finds, that- there was no ne cessity for his "hasty action." The 'conditions of sale state, inter alia, that all rates . and taxes due or accruing due shall be at. once paid by the purchaser (and for this one and only reason Mr.. Salmon, the .representatives of the Vendors, made the deposits-absurdly low). This is part and parcel of the agreement ,to purchase, and the Vendors could— and if much longer delayed probably will—cancel any such defaulters. Every purchaser at _this "sale was fully conversant with amount of. arrears and of the conditions under which they purchased. There is therefore no excuse whatever for any one to delay paying up ; in fact, in our opinion, ...

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RENMARK MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. OPENING SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

RENMARK MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. OPENING SHOOT. The preliminary shoot of the abov« club took place on. Sepfr, 10 in the Guild Hall and proved quite a SUC cusa. The club now boasts some twenty, members, ol whom nineteen ■were competing. J. G. TnrnliUll and J. Hiegrove tied for first place, H. Lawion and A. C. Elston for third place.' In the shoot off J. G. Turn hull was first, J. \ Hisgrove second, and R. Lawton third. Scores were as under :— 1st J. G. Tifrnbull ... ... #8 2nd J. Hisgrove ... ... 98 3rd R. Lawton 97 A. G. Elston ' ... ... 9* F. Stephen 96 J. C. Seiners ... ... 36 H. S. Needham ... ... 95 E. B. Moss ... 5S'< J. A. Murdoch .95 B. Gregory ... ... ... 93 D. Harwood ... 98 A. Philpot 91 G. Gregory ... 90 J. J. Tuck ... ... ... 88 H. Gibbons *7 W. Maley 8? A. G. Smith ... ... ... 84 w. Huselius ... ... ... 7B F. Ockenden ... ... 75 It is easy to cuhs a cough. The usual methods of relief 'eometlaiet succeed, i but if von wish to make sure KM &OL> DSN'S CO...

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TRAFFIC ON THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

TRAFFIG ON THE RIVER. Regarding pasBenger" traffic, this, remarked Capt. Nutchey, had bean fairly heavy . lately. Very. many people from the cily saem to enjoy the • river, trip. They "hare been" greatly impressed with its possibili ties, and much taken with ths extra ordinary growth of eome of the towns, notibly Mildura, -which iB not only becoming s great and influential business place, but is also growing into a most attraction, young city.

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

" AS USUAL," The "Douglas " Wins. Colonial Motor Cycle Events. NewZealand;Hill Qirii, 19th May—2% h.p. Douglu-la^t ond 2nd and fastest time. . Brisbaae, Hill CBmh, ■ 9th June—2^ h.p. Douglas—1st •nd 2nd «od (tuteit time. Addaide, Hill (Mi, 8 th March—3^ h.p. Douglaf—1st and 2hd. Also won Jairettaojl Colmore Cups; and at Bristol trialwins 4 gold and 3 silver medals and' manufacturers Trophy, fifteen guineas': and many other big wins. Ask for ** Douglas Book, . Freeon ^uest GODGBR-STREST, ADKX.AID8. O'CONHECL-STJCRHT. N.A. , ;

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THE WOOL FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

THE WOOL FLEET. ■ Capt. Nutchey had no idea how muchjwool the fleet had lifted this year, but a tremendous quantity has been carried down the Darling, and excepting for one or two minor mis haps it. had been ably handled. Speaking of the Darling the skipper considered the country up there badly needed rain and he was afraid the fall just received was not sufficient for its heeds.

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THE GODLIN MOTH. REMEDIES REQUIRED BY LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

THE CODLIN MOTH. REMEDIES REQUIRED BY LAW, It must now <be acoepted that we have the codlin moth- in Renmark. This troublesome insect is not yet here in large numbers, and has so tar done very little damage. But with the land now under pear trees, | and the likelihood • of. an , increasing area under apples, very considerable opportunities for mischief are pre sented, and attention must be given to the matter of spraying. Growers may be reminded that 'every person Iossessing infested trees in South ustralia who fails to apply certain specified remedies when instructed by an inspector so to do, is liable to a fine of sot less than £5. And Ren mark's Inspector Morley-Taylor is the man to. see that everything is done as it should be done. But Renmark growers will need no threats to induce them to take what" ever steps may be found necessary to ensure^-the cleanliness of their fruit. Settlers in whose orchards traces of the moth have not yet been dis covered /Will probably no...

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WAIKERIE IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

WAlKEfilE IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT. ^ A visit to Waikerie, after an inter val of months, is ft heartening ex perience- Until last week I had not been on the placfe for twelve months —since the previous year's show, iB fact—rand'I fo^tnd many unmistakable signs of Autat&ntial progress and advance. - The soil comprised in the combined Waikerie and Ramco settlements ifi of magnificent quality, and now that the great disab ltiy of an insufficient water supply, under which the earlier settlers laboured for so many years, is done away with I snail expect to hear of very large returns from the orchards and vineyards of these progressive and enterprising people. In both settlements the holdings are looking well, although in thenewly planted areas the necessity of pro viding against • the tendency of the sand to drift before the wind, by means of cover crops or by leaving the grass and weeds undisturbed, pre vents clean -cultivation and tells against the appearance of some, of the holdi...

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

Sor»ghum Saccharatum Seed, Early Tomato and Cucumber Seed, 6d Packet LEWCOCK & SONS, Clare. S.A, F. CALEY SMITH, ALDGATE. V SPECIALTIES: IRIS KEMPFK&I1 (Japanese Iris), con* tainiog a beautiful range of lovelj shades. 12/ per doz., assorted. COLUMBINES, priae Coledale strain, long spurred hybrids, 7/6 per doz., selected *, 8/6 per doz. seedlings, out year old. CARNATIONS, beat varieties, American and Show perpetuate, 10/ per doz.; band-crossed segdUnga, Dr.' Pooler's strain, sbow p^rpetuals, 5/ per doz. ; Americans, 2/6 per doz. PETUNIAS, band-crossed Superbissima seedlings,3/6 per doz.; not crossed setdlingB, 2/6 per doz. GLADIOLI.—A grand selection of named varieties, 12/ per doz.; best selected, 10/ per dpa. ; «tUecte<l Blues, 10/ per dot.; selected Ye'loWs, 10/ per doz.; good mixed garden sorts, 5/ per doz. j. Davis. Wholesale Fruit Merchant and Com mlMlpa A|tnt< 13 WESTERN MARKET, MEL BOURNE. — Fralt 3tld «d CeRBltsfsn. — All Orders Promptl...

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ORANGES AT WAIKERIE. LARGE AREAS BEING PLANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

ORANGES AT WAIKERIE. LARGE ARIAS BBINQ PLANTED Mention has been made of the trouble experienced' in the newly planted areas en account of the -wind and drift. Very considerable loss has been sustained from this cause dur ing the last two seasons, where young trees or Tines have been left without the protection of a cover croP. Young growth has been cut off again, and again and the plants severely checked in, their develop ments.. But the heaviest loss has been that caused' by the unpreceden ted frosts of' the past winter. Al though probj&bly few plants have been killed gutright, on certain blocks the young orange trees were cut back to the bud, and often below it; This experience, however, has not shaken the faith of Waikerie settlers in the orange, _ and the large area already planted' -with navels in this settle ment. is being very materially added to this year; I was informed last week by Mr. F. Binks Williams, the local'.vegetation diseases inspector, that he had passed ...

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LYRUP. Lyrup, Sept. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

LYRUP. • Lyrup, Sept. 22. Our share of the recent good rain amounted to 2.64 inches. .This has considerably freshened up the wheat crops and filled the farmers' dams, and as a side issue made our streets very muddy. Messrs. T. Nolan, C. Gallary, R. Bolenhagen and E. Tree have re turned from a visit to the Adelaide show, full of new ' ideas learned thereat. Ploughing has had to be postponed, on account of the rain, also a watering.

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BERRI. Berri, Sept. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

BERR1. Berri. Sept. 22. 1 Rain, torrents of rain, continuous and heavy all over Berri, Winkle and Toorak—the lately opened- suburb.' Winkie, at present the Suffragette Camp, was practically flooded. From Lake Bonney" and' Cobdogla aU reports agree as to the generous downpour ; | general and continuous no place under 2 inches. So we are " jubilant." (vide " Advertiser " Agricultural reporter). Another sports meeting in Bear} to-night ; pushing on thibgs bgideV grees ; entries coming in for , most events freely, but local sace not yet t^uite satisfactory in nunjbere. ' 1 Another four weeks will about finish channelling here, provided tlfe^mixer's digestion of concrete continues un impaired. It hath triUy„- a great appetite and turns out jieFfected con crete in large .quantities^ The chan nels go ahead complete in every de tail, smooth and' correct; in. aligjkunentj without any cessation. Socialities thiB we8k conspicuous by their absence, festive feelings ■de pressed, though hbpes for...

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PYAP. Pyap, Sept. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

JPVAP. Pyap, Sept. 19. A splendid;; fall of rain was, regis tered here -£his morning (2 inches). The rain. started to fall during Thursday morning and continued fight through the night. At time of guaging the . weather was still shower y.'but the wind was too high to allow the Tain to fall in any great quantity. This rain will have a glorious effect - on. the prospects and will give the settlers more heart than they bad 24 hours pre viously. It will he feared that some will probably develope the symp toms of enlargement of the heart and run amuck with the elements. The rainfall to date for this month is '265 points. ' '

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MISS CAHIR'S SCHOOL CONCERT. PROCEEDS IN AID OF RENMARK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

CAHIR'S SCHOOL CONCERT. PROCEEDS IN AID OP RENMARK HOSPITAL. Owing to the very wet night on Thursday, . 18th inst., Miss Cahir's pupils concert bad to 'be postponed to Saturday night, when a very pleasing prpgramme.was presented by the pupils and other, children, who looked very ^pretty in their respective' characters. ' The entertainment " was opened with an overture by Mrs. Proudfoot. A recitation, V The Bald Headed Man'," ' by = Miss Madeline Proudfoot was perfectly rendered, and much amused the audieaze. Master Gordon Woodman's solo re ceived an encore, but Gordon was suffering from a cold and asked to be excused. " Followed a recitation by little girls, very nicely rendered, and a recitation -by Mies Violet Woodman reflected great crcdit c-n her teacher. The " Gay little Jap anese Girls," sung by the girls in costume, received a well merited encdre^and by special request was again repeated at the dose of the programme. The " Good Night " song, given by eight little girls clad i...

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