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ARCADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

ARCADIA PICTURES. As usual, a good show of pictures i« being produced at the Arcadia this" *F£t!k. A tfcfilil&g detective dram&i entitled " Sh&d6«r6 ef tHe Night " shows how a desperate g&Hg at Erimluale are brought to justice, Paths'e Baglish Gazette ig iilll of Interest and has good pictured of Runtine in the Old Country, ateO & 31m ehOwitig a craik Cavalry regiment of Lancers landing after. 10 #edX&' service in Africa. "The.; manufactttr- ■ in^ of .Marine Motors provides sonie extremely interesting pictures and the. pace these flyiag hsj&tg.get up ippears marvelloue. An ^adaptation >f Dumafi' " Corsican Brothers " is ilso finely staged, ae are the comics ' Kelly as an Aviata? " and "Cattao pith feiij wdKwiBri Mefls."

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THE OLYMPIA. JUVENILE SKATING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

THE OkYMPIA. - JUVENILE SKATING CAftUlVAL. On Wednesday ^veiling, Sept. 17 & children's skating carnival was held in the Olympiifl. rink, and -it is safe to say. that few prettief sights than J that of the children skating in fancy costume have been witnessed is Ben mark. There was a very fair attendance,: and keen interest -was taken by the' spectators In the numerous ovents. Two of the items down on the pro gramme had to be marked o& on ac-: count of no entries being received, 'but the management substituted \ others in their place. | tiittle Percy Gibbons, as the well; known bruiser Jack Johnson, brought | the house down, and C. Anderson' as: a Neapolitan boy was one of the best. His costume was splendid. A. Ortlofl dressed ps a joker >s«aB also very good as also was V. Gaynes aft am Indian. Amongst the girls the Misses Proudfoot and E. iSandford were very much admired and their eoatumes would be hard to heat anywhere. Among the girls the first prize tor beet f...

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OBITUARY. "BERT " FRANOIS.—AGED 39. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

OBITUARY. " BERT " FRANOIS.—AGED 39. The news of the death of Mr. Albert] Francis, Of Waikerie, which, occurred on j Sunday at the Semaphore, will be re ceived with very widespread and -deep regret. The late i Mr Francis, who was only 39 at the time of his death, was one 5of the best known, best liked, arid most respected of riverside residents. A man of fierce energy, great ability and infinite resource, he was successful in many directions. Se did well as river trader, steamboat builder and master, -home maker and frnit grower, and at the time fiij-his illness And death was adding to his'-manifold activities by the building-of a large two-storied .■ coffee - palace at Waikerie, wheife he will fie sadly missed. Perhaps, more than any other man, he helped to make the public realize the ^possibilities of -the Waikerie settlement. He was the eldest son of Mr j. Francis, who still resides at Waikerie, -as do also several other sons and their families. For. them, and for Mr Francis* .wi...

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PARINGA RAILWAY. PERMANENT WAY DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

.Vr;MRINM RJILWM. • W ' P'HRMANBNT WAY BOWlfc ^''"OnrtHa i6th o£ this month a great i&valcade of men, -horses; carta, iragons and equipment left Paringa. I The last scoopful of earth had been hauled,-the last cutting and'embank oient' had been completed, and' * the 'excavating! gangs ■ of contractor1 Timms jwere --off to another j&h. ; yjA plancp at the: rail head shows JEhst anuimmense amount 'of earfchhais )&9Bii?f^ted in the instruction ?t>f the1 lagt; half mile or so' of penfianent cutting throifgh'Sir. Btpec-, *6^aj^|fldock, close aeaihsirthe ;t>ld^ - yards, is iqlly ;20 ft. in; ^ptH.//atid at a spot just opposite -the' i&Jringa store -(which is Jbut a ifew yaw|fi from the line) an' embank ment jiiily 8 ft. high has fceen inwle gt the tleadend. .jCloffie ,to the punt, and in front of: jffrs. Dowlings house, a branch line rOiiB [ for some little distance 'parallel wfiii^the. river. This is to feed.;the; wharf which, it is said, "Will extend ...

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LOXTON SHOW. A GREAT SUCCESS. OPENED BY THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

inXTtlN - SHOW ♦—1 • a-great success. opened by the governor. | The. third annual «how of the Lox • ton A. & H. Society was held on ) Wednesday last and proved most euc ,cessful and was attended by about 12,000 people. The show was declared open Jay his Excellency the Governor. : Lady 'Bosanquet, with her "two daugh ters, accompanied by Capts. Rowe and Walker, were also present. In ' the exhibition some magnificent products, of the . district were on 'view. ' The Vice-kegal party were much impressed witji the possibilities of the -place, Sir Day in his speech 'referring especially to the Loxton ■farraers" 'as the pioneers of ^beat growing upon the banks of - the Murray. .No prai^e can'Be too high for th* | manner in which , Mr. H. T. Eime ! and b^§ Btafi worked. The organiza- i | tion; was perfect, and'- the "whole pro ceedings passed ofi without a hitch, one- a vent following .the, other, m rapid and smooth succession.. Special mention must .be made of the very wonderful co...

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

WAIKERIE SOCIAL LETTER. . Dear Ethel,—Queen's weather pre- . railed yesterday for the show, ind ' the pretty summer attire rf the - ladies . and happy 1 laces " of the holiday folks; made things in general very nice and en joyable. To-day a rain has set in ind we Waikerie people are congra tulating ourselves that the show was in the - seventeenth. There were rrowds of strangers present and one net;a few Renmark people, the >ditor of the " pioneer *' being amongst them. . A few Loxton peo ple were also on the ground. : The 3how was a" splendid success, the Ladies contributing a good display in the culinary art, for which the ladies Df Waikerie are famed - toothsome cakes of all ki^ds, bread, jams, pre serves and pickles, . etc., were well represented. Flowers added their beauty to the show also, and such Lovely vegetables. Dried fruits-were not so well represented ae last year, neither were the oranges, but one must not forget to add a word ab-out the poultry—such a beautiful coll...

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Social Notes and Sport. RENMARK SOCIAL LETTER. Renmark, Sept. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

I — "" > Social Notes and Sport, j u RENMARK SOCIAL LETTER. Renmarfc, Sept. 82. Dear Barbara, — Do you remember f the' words of ' that fine old Harvest ( Hymn, and the verse commencing j " We plough the fields and scatter < The good seed on the land, j But it is fed and watered ^ t By God's Almighty Hand." This was indeed the case on Thurs- < day, when the glorious rain fell on < our parched and thirsty land ■ in j veritable torrents. ' Think of it, two and a half inches' > of rain has come, unexpectedly, and l at a when the situation looked 1 grave enough for " The Man on the 1 Land." Our last big rain came, I, think, about the general election > time, and though we have been 1 thankful lor small ■ mercies, in the 1 shape of showers now and 'again, we ■ have -had nothing like this since then. Feed, from all accounts, was un likely in these parts to be ecarcs, for some time to come, but the appalling 1 look of the dams and water holes ; out ...

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

LeXTOW HOTEL LIVERY STHBLES. W. H. MINEAHANi PROPRIETOR. Cabs meet all Boats. Convey Travellers to any part of the country at shortest notice. Horses aitd Traps on Hire. Coach meets Train Monday and Friday at Wambi. Telegrams (Address) mineahan, loxTon. LOXO MEAL An Ideal * Summer Porridge. LIGHT' AND REFRESHING? Ask your Grocer lor It 11 Prepared by the" Loxtoii Flour Mills. G. Henschke Is Piepared to GELD HORSES In any part of the Loxton District. THIRTY YEARS' SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE! Berri Berri Store. - Grocery, Drapery, Boots and Shoe*, Ironmongery, Timber and lion. — SUITS MADE TO OBDEB. — Fit and Style Guaranteed, T. E. p. PARTRIDGE. W. R OXiAYEE, Auctioneer : and Commission {Agent, BERRI. SALES CONDUCTED ANVWHERE IN THE DISTRICT. AgCnt for Australian Mutual Insurance Society, Ltd. Berri Butchery. JUST SECURED—First Class Butcher, with lengthy city experi ence fron/l*. Conrad's. FRBSH MEAT DELIYEBED DAILY TO ALL PARTS TOWN AND SETTLEMENT. .W; B. MYEBS, ' PROPRIETOR.. Ztm. Hiib...

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

Religious Notices. METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, September 2Sth, 1913. XI s.7—Rev. H. Howard, President of Confer ence. -.-2.30. p.m^SiindajkSchDbl. „„ BERRI. ^ & 7—Rev. H. H. Fennel]. I.YRUP. 7 p.m.—Mr Barber. KEKMAKK west. 3 p.m.—Rev. Sprigg. Rer. H. H. Fennel I. Pastor. CHURCH OF ST. AUGUSTINE'S. Sundav, September 28th, 1913. -S a.m.—Holy Communion. 11 a.m.—Holy Communion and sermon. 7 p.m.—Evensong and sermon. Preacher, Rev. F. H. Stokes. WANIED, fOR, SAlf, EfC. Prepaid advts. under this heading— Up to " Each extra 16 words. 6 words. One Insert. 1/ 4d Three Inserts, 2J „ 6d Cash mnst accompany order or usual rates wHl be Charged. Nothing Booked Under 2/6. Xj\OR SALE.—Really good horse en<1 jD. light boggy turn-out. Cash , or tenns. May be inspected at Eve and Maneon's Tattereall'o yards. FOR SaLE.—Genuine Broad ' Leaf Hunter River' Lucerne Seed, any quantity, guaranteed. A. Braund, Ren mark, ^ TjlOR SALE—Sccond-hand Tip Dray. JD nearlv new, 3in. tyre,. with Gilpi ...

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length, of the ' Murray and its tributaries is 3,212 miles ; . made upas follows: TlieMurray, Albury ; co mouth.t 1,366 miles; Murrumbidgee, Gundagai to Murray junction 666 tunes; : Darling, Walgatt to Wentworlh, 1,180. The watershed of the,, tributaries in Queensland, Hew South Wales and Vic Victoria amounts co 414^63 square miles, or 266,OOOjDtiO acres, equal to nearly on&eeventh of the total area of Australia. Of this total the contributing area amounts to 168,489 square miles. The rest, hough within the catchment area, is non-contiibutuig. The Darling has its source in the Great 1 Dividing range' in Queensland, where it i$ known as the Haclntgrre, its principal tributaries from Queensland are the- Von la mine, Warrego, jfaroo and Marauua: and in New Soutlr-Wales, the Macquaue, ftaraoi, Maclntyrej jktogan, Gwydir and Caatlereagh Between the JS^S.W, Madntyre junction and Walgett the Daring is knowu as the Barwon. The Murray has it...

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TOAST LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

TOAST LIST. RAILWAY AND SHOW LUNCHEON, j *' The King," Proposed by the j President. National Anthem. •* His Excellency," proposed tar the president (Mr. F. J3. WyiHfl£$*P.) j Responded to byHis J " The Ministry "and P«rtt&ment.'' Proposed by Mr. E. R. Olbrenshaw J.P., Chairman Renmark Irrigation! Trust. Responded to by the Premier, the President Legislative Council, the Speaker, House of Assembly, and Hon. Crawford Vaughan. " Success to the Paringa Railway and continued success to the Ren mark Show Society," Proposed by His Excellency. Responded to by Mr. E. Pitt, J.P., Chairman of the Railway Committee and Mr. F. S. WyllLe, J.P., Chairman of Renmark Show. ' " The Railway Department and the Contractor for the Par inga Railway," Proposed by Or. E. A. Burrows, Chairman of District Council of Kenneth Town. Responded to by Railway Commis sioner and Contractor, Mr. j. Timms, " The President," Proposed by Sir Richard Butler.

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

VIBER MILLS, Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Hdioining G P.O.) Commercial Road and Upson Street Port Adelaide (6!ose to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Steck and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. -tg>} Wooden Houses prepared Ready for Erection. $£+■ tgpSPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of." Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application i 1 . _ , Ask for Anchor Brand SELF RAISING FLOUR, BAKING POWDER, JAMS, PEPPER, &c. &c Xsools: for tli© Anclior' Ordered by the Methodist Ladies* College WAYVfLLE, ADELAIDE 'South Aattnlla's ieajlng Educational Institution, after exhaustive enaolr les. orders TEN <10) WERTHEIH AUSTRALIAN PIANOS. 11th August, 1911. Mr. Hugo Werthelm, Adelaide. Dear Sir,—1 have been Iristrected by my Committee to arranjc with yon for the immediate supply of Ten (10) WERTHEiM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS (Model "Musfca") for ...

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RENMARK'S GALA DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

KENMM'S fiftU DAY. The following will probaijly be the programme of proceedings i?i con nection with the; opening of the Paringa Railway :and the Remnark Show on October 3. fbiday AT PARINGA. ■»— sGeremony of Driving the .Last * Spike of, the /Brown's Well to • Paringa Railway. — 10" a.m.—The Commissioner of Public Works,* Hon. -Sir Richard Butler," : willask ffis Excellency to per - _:^foim; the t^Mnony of driving the last spike ;kt the railway Ter-. ihinus'at Paringa. His Excellency will perform the qgremony. ■.: * ^ The premier,, Hon. A. H. Peake, who *is eenlon member of the district, wiH propose - a vote of thanks to'Efts Excellency. j The vote" of thanks wiu be sup-J ported by <a> Mr. W. Miller," . MiP., senior member of the Dis-i trict of Burra?Burra *, (b) Mr. J.; :Wilkinson, . the; -Chairman /of the' ; Paringa and Mju-thoprogress Ao sociationj W. Angus, " M.P. ; Pitt,: J.P., the Chaiogsa ;of iSie Seamark Rail .way" Committed | - HiB.'Exceliendy; ■will reply. j...

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EFFEOTIVE VOTING LEAGUE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

■ ■ r jfr-i-«i • • ■ EFFEOTIV< VOTING CEA&UB. ' To tbe Editor. Sirp—We are now at a most critical period ' in the history o! jout more meat. ; Should the re-dtotributiok scheme of• the ■„ government be . ear- , ried, effective voting lylll be thrown back for manyy^ears. ~ We hold that as the Liberal Union went to the country with -effective voting on its platform, -a. mandate from the people was given to the Liberal • Fatty ' to carty effective voting, but that no mandate from the people - iwas either asked for or given for the proposed ^distribution.. In additions tortfais. War. liberal members, Messrs;'' HMd and Parsons (Torrths), Travers (Flin ders), ani :Haguet (Baronsa). wera specifically pledged to support effec tive Totitg'rfor the .present Parlia ment. TJndier" - thieve circumstances, [are would /' respectfully^ urge - our country friends' tpf take immediate action by oalling public meeting of protest from as many constituents as , possible to the ^represe...

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood; Sept, 18. Sept. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

I - ■ ; Latest River Heights, jlboveSummer T*evel> - ' Sigh Flow!;. Sept. IS. Sept. 25. *11* DkXUSS. . Goodoga ... .I3mr'£-4&nr, vHungcuidi ... .22 4 .0J 3 6J Mogil ... SO , I#3W. B&iWon ... 82 7 iO* 6 4f .., Namoi . .... 43 : 5 10* • 4 6* Swwarrina. .5 , ft' ;5 8* Bonrke ... ■40,"" ; 1 lot 'l If Wilcannia ... 38 6 Ot 4 5* Memndie ... 8* 4£ xra&tJicBnHHue Gundagai ... 21 4 6* ■a 9t ./tjTfcgga ... SO 2 11$ , -,9 Of Say ... 18; "3'lOt "^6 2* JBabso&ld ... 18 ... 7. fij . vg jj IH* XC&RA.T V . Albniy . ... 14 4 0* >8 8i ~ 28 lo QJ jjfo, 4* ' Eaiitpn ' v..(S2r. 16 2f WenJtworth ... %l 12, S* * 11 6 j Benmafk ... 20 10 2<;f 1.) 71 "HoiKan ... SO 11 7* ; .. _ . XUsins* , . Stotionaryt Falling J 2v. M. PAY, coacJibnilder, of Went worth, will be in Kenmark show day with samples of liis well-knowu veliicles, pad is preporcd to give quotation? for all

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The Right Time. How to set year watch by the sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

Siitevf&wbicl^e 'fete st %pnm»rk. ltit>.;L~&ai&ptej Monday: 'jfatriiij ■ Sua: Sua. Sept. SS rim : «efe. 5.51 68 j 29 5.49 6.9 ,30 •> 5.48 6.9 Oct. 7 1 1 5.46 ' e.io ' 2 * 5.44 6.11 5.43 6.12 4 5.41 618

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A NARROW ESOAPE. AND A PLUCKY GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

A NARROW ESCAPE. AND A PLUCKY GIRL. At about 7 p.m. oil Wednesday}' Bept. 1?, an alarming accident hap pened at Mr. J. Vigar's bouse in Renmark, and but for the prompt and deceive action of Miss Ida Vigar there 1b hut little doubt that her brother must have been burned to death. Let Mrs. Vigar, who was •till suffering from shock, when seen by our reporter early in the week, f 11 her own story. " At jabout 7 p.m. ^^efday,' v Bays Mis. Vigar, " we were" all xeajiy to go . to the Children's "Carnival "which was" "to' beheld13iat evening . on the -Qlympia skating .«on • .Albert^. hjadj already; :0e was Tepr^efltfftg a a quantity of cotton 'wool sewn upon Ms clothes. JuBt .at 4^«t Jai^roinute he thought -he . would "little more powder juponltis-.iace-and.jcan. into the bedroom^ ig. wffich:"t&ere was" no light; A: few "sefeonSs: sSKeirwafcds I was horrified;to eea thej^aeaaerge, in a mass of flames. He iiafl - a'truci" a match- ®nd thecotton wool had caught fire. ' I had. the -fca...

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

9alb' whea l- ■''■f^'rW^t^*^'. W. M. S. OQILVY, Horse Bentistrjf and Veterinary**' a»mfo<rig)B at , letitlbn at W.OTIRRATS Saloon, back i af&eamark Chambers.* ■ : - v#V ' ', ' NUR88 2tfcSI,EY, UidWb. tables attended to at their Homes, Fifteenth Street, near Major's.* , ■ LONDON OWECTORY (Published frtpnually). Enables traders . ^throughout the World•' to .communicate ^ diredt Mtb English MANOTAOTOKBRS SCALERS, in .each clamor goods. Besides be 'ing a copa^lefel eon^ to Londoti v^i^arbs, the direc-/ tory eontaihsllBtsoi BXSOBT MiEBOHANTS with the Goods thejr ship; and the Coloplai and -Tor^j^i Markets they supply*; ' STEAMSHIP iSNES deranged iufder ;the. .^orts; to . "which they sail,. knd indicating the approx imate Sailings,; s v ^|;^^d£^r|SSt|Dfi>:'KOTXCE2S. rtiifefcaikg Mfcrohafatfr, etc.* tbwjfe :a^t^eS9s^iM^ea£tiw' bt the' O&ted;-Kiiig0&^^K£w■ '<■ ~v A copy- o^t£^^aaieht e4itadn will bfrforwarde£Vtt^hkpaid,<»n receipt ...

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RIVER SHIPPING. GEM LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

RIVER SHIPPING. GEM LINE. S.S. Ruby arrived Benmprk Saturday, 20th, and loaded 400 cases of fralt for Murray Bridge. I S.S. Ellen and Gem arrived from Mil dnra with font loads of wool picked up at Wentworth. The Ellen left same night for Morgan. Xbe s.s. Corowa, from Mnxrty Bridge 21st ittst., and left same day for Mildnra. The 8.6. Marion, with vice-regal party, acid s.8. Ellen for Mildnra, yesterday.

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LATEST WIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

LATEST WIRES. I Adelaide, Thursday, Sept, 25. I The CommiBsloner of Crown Lands in the Assembly on Tuesday informed Mr. Angus that-the Government Were proposing legislation to enable the resumption of land for township pur poses along the BfOwft'S Well line. In the meantime they were discourag ing the laying out Of private town Bhips. Owners o! land round Taldra station have offered to sell to the Government for township purposes 200 acres. The Loxton faming company have made an ofler for tin land. (There appears to be some mistake here.—Ed. 0 The Trea surer told Mr. Heggaton fh View of the proposed large' and also on account of the guestf on and also on account of the erection of an outlet for river traffic the Go vernment will take such steps as will tause the Interstate Commission to eaanire Into, the question of prefer ential rates and rebate charged and allowed in New South Wales, Vic toria and South Australia. Mr. Bice informed Mr. von Doussa in tbe Council on Wednesday that M...

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