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WENTWORTH RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING, MARCH 17, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

WENTWORTH RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING, MARCH 17, 1896. The following are the ncrinatiei: Handicap Humxlk Hack. S. Byrne's Simple Jim J. M. Halbert's ns Huntsman T. Sharp's Gipsy King J. Cameron's The Bustler Flying Handicap. W. Cradding's Coolgardie S. Byrne's Simple Jim J. Bracken's Millaner C. Hall's Jack C. Hall's Wapok E, OwenV. Maggie Moore F. Turner's Madcap T. Kinane's Emmulous J. Brett's Darbies M. Barney's Defiance W. R. C. Handicap, W. Cradding's Coolgardic S. Byrne's Simple Jim J. Bracken's Millaner C. Hall's Jack E. Owen's Maggie Moore T. Ivinane's Emmulous J. Cameron's Rosebud ■Federal Standard. ; A gentleman who is the fiuher of a I line pair Of twins tells how, at the chris I tening, the choirmaster led off wilh H:in j ke.v's hyinn, " Still there's more to fol low."

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

DRVPSLir. GRXJSHY IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC. G. & H. BADGER. Murvay-avenue, Renmark. The motto of the PIOXEKli STORE is M. V. I|. JR. G. SCALES, T.41M>8, (Late of }ifxsrs. .lames ^farxhall J} ( a.. Aihhiiilf. j REPAIRS. A L ITERATIONS, AND CLKANING l)OXE. Gentlemen''s Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made .mix! Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Older from 12s. 6d. RENMASK AVENUE (Xc.rt h'li/ilnuni'.s I'rixhu-e Store.) Akt Notjck Frank S. Wyllie, P H () t C) (j It a J' II li K llcniitarlt-aveinti'., Itenmark. Camps, Groups. Residences, and Plant ations pholo^vnplied <it nnslorate charges i\;ihr (,'ih 'iitx a xjwialtif K4»3imaaafe Settlers, The majority of you 110 doubt arc Smokers, and zee would call your attention to the splendid quality of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in the World. XLCR Tugged Thus. XLCll Smokers who prefer an Aromatic• Tobacco are recom mended to use only AN AROMATIC TWIST of excellent flavour and aroma, UNION is supersedin...

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ALKALI AND DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

ALKALI AND DRAINAGE. [By Hewbkkt M. Wilson, C.E.] The cause of the appearance of white floecnlens salts on the surface of the ground in certain portions of ihe arid regions and the means of re moving this salt from the soil have been matters of the greatest interest to irrigators and engineers ever since agricultuK! has been followed in the West. This -white salt is commonly known as " alkali " and consists chiefly of various alkaline salts, among which the most prominent are chlorides carbonates and sulphates of sodium, potassium, calcium, and borax. The effect of this alkali on the soil is to render it barren a: id io prevent the cultivation of any crops whenever it appears on tbe surface. Great areas originally existed which where covered with alkali ; since the adoption of irrigation these areas have been occas sionally extended or new alkali lands have been created, though in a few cases, remedial measures have had the effect of reclaiming them. There is 110 doubt that irrigati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

REN M ARK IRRIGATION TRUST) H. — v/i On tit) 1 after this date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol of the Tru-it will he prosecuted.. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. RciiHiarK Prospect ing €o., LfniHed. —: o NOTICE is hereby given that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the HENMARK PROSPECTING COMPANY, Limited will be held at the Institute, Renraark on Saturday, 29th February, 1896, (this day) at 7,30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of consideringand if thought fit passing the following special resolution that is to say:—" That theComp ny b.; wound up voluntarily under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1893;" Should the above resolution be passed a further resolution will be proposed at the same meeting for the appointment of Donald Sinclair, Senr,, to be liqui-! dator for the purposed of such winding up and filing his remuneration, also any other business that might be | brought fo...

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TREATMENT OF ALKALI LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

TREATMENT OF ALKALI LANDS. From Thirteenth Annual Eepart of the \ Director of the United States Geologi cal Survey, 1891-92, Part III., Irri gation.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

1 CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. Mission Hall, Henmark, 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 1st 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 iu the month :—Even song, 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

THE BAKERY. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, lialls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. M. JF O Iff M I, Ral Ral Avenue, ItEXMAl'K. Steam from Mwo'say ISrMge to lteirniarlt '6* 9IS Idiira The under charter to Capt. TAIT (late of the R. M. N. Co.) is now 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, Kkxmauk Avenue lilSNMAliK. Time Table: ])UK IN llliXMMlK i'p l iver : Doivn: A. GR0SSLEY ColvXEIl II Til. AND Murtho Sib H c n iii a r F U 11N IT U 11E II E MOVED GOODS — Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BHAN & POLLARD Oil Sale. lted-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine, and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. II. GIBBONS. MEISSNER'S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, ren mark: Offers t...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

RENMA.ltK WESLEYAN GHUHCH. Services on Sun'lay morning, 11 a.111. Evening, 7 p.in. Prkachisu, ,ltev. Corly Butler.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

printing ®ol, 1ft;, CAPITAL: <£SOO in SOO Shares of Ml Each. 2s. 6d. to be Paid on application and 2s. 6d. on Allotment, and the Balance in Calls of Not More than 2s. 6d. a . Month if required. The COMPANY is BEING FORMED for the Purpose of TAKING OVER and Carrying ou the NEWSPAPER and General PRINTING BUSINESS of the BEN MARK PIONEER" from Messrs. Ashwell ami Buownk. The Promoters Require 40 SHARES EACH for their Present Interest in the BUSINESS, and TEN SHARES are Reserved for Mr. William Burton in con- j sideratiou of his Agreeing to Work at the Printing Office for Three Mouths at a 1 Reduced Salary. The Promoters also Require EMPLOYMENT in the Business of the COM - PANY at Reasonable Remuneration. The Remaining 410 SHARES are Offered to the PUBLIC, and the Proceeiis will be Devoted to the Purchasing of toe Present PLANT and STOCK, of a NEW TRESS and Additional TYPE and MACHINERY. During the Past EIGHT MONTHS ended Dec. 3lst, 1893, Hi.- BOOKS of The Promote>rs SHOW ...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1896. THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

Cljc |]ioueer. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1896. THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. The elections, to take place in April next, for representatives to the South Australian Legislative Assembly, will agitate the minds of the whole of the. population of the colony during the month which commences to morrow. The approaching general elections will be more interesting and quite as important as those of any pre vious period in the history of the pro vince, in&Ainuch as since the last occa sion women have been admitted to the suffrage and now have a voice in the appointment of our legislator?. The phase of political affairs has somewhat changed since the members of the present South Australian Parliament last met constituents at the hustings. The Labor Party, which was then very much in evidence, has now an or ganised opponent in the National De fence League, and though the workers show no signs of want of energy on the part of the supporters of their can didates, it has been predicted that the...

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RAINS IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

RAINS IN QUEENSLAKD. Heavy rains are reported on the watershed of the Brisbane River. All the rivers are rising.

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A CHARGE FOR FRANCE. From Scribuer's Magazine. Continued from last issue. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

A OH.\U?tE FOR FRANCE. eFtom SirriGitcr'a Sltagasiu®. John Heard, Jr. Contimwd from last issue. Without realising to whom he was speaking', S.irgeut looked up and askud, in his simple, quiet way : " Can you tell me, sir, where I shall find some water ? I am afraid my friend is dying." There was something so gentle, so absolutely oblivious of self, in the stal wart young fellow's manner that the veteran's eyes suddenly filled with tears. "You poor boy," he said, kindly, " he is not dying—he is dead." " Dead ? " At that moment a burly Rittmeister rushed from the ranks and hit Sargent on the shoulder. " You French dog of a prisoner," he said, " How dare you speak to a general. Coine off here with your carrion." " Kt t'.nz Gmnatcn Donner Kcil" the old general fairly yelled, as lie smote the brute across the back with the flat of his sword. " Get back to the ranks, you hound! " Sargent bad not even noticed the incident. " Are you sure, sir, that he is dead ?" he asked in a hopeless, crue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

J. OL ARK .AND CO TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &c, Mews Ageantf*. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 13th STREET, ipiO'MC, EENMABK. WINTER & VOGELSANG. (LATE OF MESSBS. HEITHEHSA.Y, BEOS., PETERSBURG.) Ci KWK Rlt BIKKNHIT1I8. WHEELWRIGHTS AND C0ACHBUILDER8. Wheels made on the Premises w c £ 53 O A fl> f! O t fcD s* a xs o xs < P> cd 55" E W © •g © § C » c •O K o sL cd ►3 Tireing, a Specialty HOUSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS MABE and. Renmark Aykxue, RENMARIv. (Successors to W. Dowling.) E. OLIVER, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, 0—X—0 APPLES, PEARS, and Other SEASONABLE Fruits Expected Every Steamer GREAT VARIETIES OF NOVELTIES IN CONFECTIONERY. FRESH VEGETABLES twice a WEEK from LYRUP. TOMATOES and CUCUMBERS fkksii EVERY DAY. FRESH BUTTER and EGGS Twice Weekly—PRIME BACON. Prices unrivalled for Cash. fruit AND veget...

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LYRUP. FEB. 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

LYRUP. [From our Correspondent.] Fkh. 2itli. Since writing you last we h%ve lie.ni visited by the Government expjrt, Mr. S. M'Intosh, late of your s-juienieu » who expressed himself as thoroughly satisfied with all he saw, stud we aiv confident that bis report of out settle ment will be favorable t;> u<. We had a very nice r;iin, but hardly enough to do much good. Our grape crop is now being picked and promises ! to turn out well. On Saturday last we held our anni versary festivities, a general holiday f having been declared. Unfortunately the weather—very hot, windy and dusty—spoiled all the arrangements for holding the sports in the open air, but, nevertheless, every one enjoyed themselves. We had a good few visi tors from the neighborhood, and all went off well. The day wound up with a concert in ihe school room, which was one of the most successful ever held here, and went off ,without a hitch. Our Chairman, Mr. D. Thayue, presided and opened the proceedings with a...

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IRRIGATING A TEN-ACRE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

I IRRIGATING A TEN-ACRE ORCHARD. [By Edsox Smith.] Plants cannot thrive well without plenty of water about their roots to dissolve the plant food, so that it can be sucked up into the minute tubes of the tree or plant. Some kinds of trees and plants require more moisture than others. Rapidly growing plants, like malva and mustard, require a great deal of moisture, and will speedily sap the surrounding soil of all available water. The eucalyptus tree is perhaps the most far-reaching in this direction of a,nv plant we have. Besides this sapping of the moisture from the soil by growing plants, the heat from the sun is constantly eva porating all surface moisture; and the capillary attraction of the earth is constantly bringing up fresh moisture from beneath to supply that which is withdrawn by evaporation of the sun's heat. The question is often asked, " How often shall I irrigate ? " I an swer : Just as often as a practical ex amination of the soil shows the need of more; moisture. Di...

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ADELAIDE HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

ADELAIDE HORTICULTURAL SHOW. The Autumn show of the Horticul tural Society was a great success. Re grets are expressed by the city pajtefs that Renmark was not represented.

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THE OCCUPATION OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

THE OCCUPATION OF EGYPT. The Notre Vermt/a, a leading Rus sian paper, counsels France, Ru sia and Germany to insist on the evacua tion of Egypt by the British troops.

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THE CUBAN REBELLION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

THE CUBAN REBELLION. Order bas been restored in Cuba, tbe rebel leader having been captured. President Cleveland has announced bis determination to intervene between the rebels and the Spanish Govern ment.

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Latest Telegrams. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

Lateit Teli^r»nis« [From our Cokuespondent.] TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. Dr. Jameson has arrived in London. The journey from Portsmouth was made in secret. He and Sir John Willougbby will shortly appear at Bow Street Police Court. The other offi cers have been released on bail. A great reception was accorded to them as they passed through the streets. Captain Thatcher, who wrote the first account of the battle of Krugers dorp, has been denounced sis a spy in the pay of the Boers.

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TURKISH TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

TURKISH TROUBLES. Another serious outbreak is reported from. Armenia. Plots have been dis covered for the dethronement of the Sultan.

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