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No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

REV. HENRY HOWARD/ The noted Preacher-Orator and President of the 8.A. Metho dic Conference, Trill preach in the morning *nd evening, and Drill address a Church Parade in the afternoon, at the "Renmark Institute, on Sunday next. Hr .Howard la tilled for An addreu upon the theme of " The Higher Patriotism " on the Monday evening* *■

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARNOLD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

ARNOLD LINE. S.S. Wilcannia passed down 'mth wool from tbe Darling last Friday sight. The steamers Mandoo and Renmark are still up river, loading wool. The s.s. Tyro arrived Renmark last week and left again for Murray Badge, loading wheat at down river porta. The a.s. Queen was in port on Monday, going ap-stream. E. MURRAY BYRNB, B.D.O.A., Rkfractionist and Eyb Specialist of Equitable Buildings, Collins Street, Mel bourne, having completed a highly suc cessful visit to Mildnra, is now in Ren mark and may be consulted at the Trust's offices on all matters appertaining to errors in visnal proficiency. Advice, treatment, and diagnosis,. having my most cftreful personal attention. Con sultation from 2, p.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Saturday's 9 a.m to 5 p.m.* Bookyont seals at Holders imtnedi aiely for production " Three Blind Mice" Renmark Institute, Thursday, October snd, and Friday, October 3rd.* Be Subb to bold some citrus for exhi bition st.the Seamark Show.* " Three - Blind' Mice Renntark...

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

SOMETHING The Whole Family Can Enjoy 1 A YOUR HOME, so matter how well iurni«hea br how be«ntiful, is not complete without a PIANO, and no time offers greater opportunities to buy a Piano than now. A PIANO 1s a gift for every mem ber o! a household; a gift that will alvrags be used, appreciated and valued ; * gift that you can consider a profitable' investment. Call or write for b*aul ifnl Catalogue of BECHSTEIN PUnot, LIPP Planoc. fiORS * KALLMANN Pianos, ■ FAUST Pianos , WALDORF Planot, ESTEY0R6AN6. SOLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S, 134 RUNPUE STREET.

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

. , - , ,1 . .1.-.-1..I ll ' Gala Weel^ Rf»l|r|arkir Railway Opening and Show. In Connection with the above at the RENMARK INSTITUTE, On , * -"v; Thursday, October 2nd, 1913 (GYMKHANA DAY)* :v ! V . And on Friday, October 3rd, 1913 (Under the Patronage and in the Presence ofHis Excellency The Governor, Sir Day Hort Bosasquet, K.G.C,V;0„ K.C.B., R.N., and Suite, Ministers, and the Visiting Parlia mentary and Official Party), GRAND PERFORMANCES OF tHE PLAY, By Arthur Law, enti|le&'€^^-;f "THREE BLIND MICE." CHARACTERS?^ (Named in the order of their appearance.) lAdy Clarisiorde ... ... ' Mrs. F. S. WYM.IE {essop (her lady's maid) ... ... Mbs. G. B. OGILVY footman ... ... ... Mr. F. a. p. WYLLIE Julian Shuckbuxgh ... ... Mr. G. F. HANNAM-CLARK Marjorie Lovcl • ... ... ... Mrs. LEN. PITT Peter Ricketts ... ... ... Mr/STY ANT BROWNE Lady Richard Mailable ... ... Mrs.. STYANT fcROWNE Rawson Guest ... ... ... Mr. G. W. BENNETT Andrew Lavender t ... ... Mr. S.H. FLEMING Polly (a wai...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

THANK4, * Mrs Albert Francis desires to express her sincere thanks for the many kind   letters and telegrams of sympathy re- ceived since her recent sad bereave- ment.            

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RIVER STEAMERS. ACCIDENT TO S: S. GEM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 26 September 1913

RIVER STEAMERS. ACCIDENT TO S: S. GEM. Skipper Nutchey, who was found in his cabin, in. the s.s. Gem suffering from an attack of influenza, was good enough to give the following particulars regarding the* s.s. Gem's recent .mishap, and also to supply other information regarding the river, which may be of interest to readers. On Thursday, the 18th, said the   Captain, the Gem was a few miles above Ned's Corner coming down   stream, when a crank pin broke. It probably had a bad flaw in it - such t flaws exist in the best of steel and often cause great annoyance by breaking at unopportune moments. Of course the boat could not proceed so had to tie up. Luckily for the passengers, of whom there were several, the Corowa hap- pened to come along on her way down , from Wentworth with two barges of wool, so it was possible to tranship them without much loss of time.   On Saturday morning the s.s. Ellen arrived, having received orders to tow the Gem at o...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

THE LONDON DIRECTORY (Published Annually). - Enables traders' throughout the World to communicate direct With _ English Manufacturers & dealers. in each class of goods. Besides be ing a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the direc tory contains lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS with the Gooda they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply; STBAMSStP LiSHS : arranged under the Porta to whicS they $ail, and indicating the approx imate Sailings ; PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, - ate., in the principal provincial towrte and industrial centres of tb£ United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition Wilt be forwarded, freight" naid, on r«5eipt of Postal Order for SO/* Dealers seeking Agencies can ad vertise their trade cards for £1, df larger advertisements from £3, THE LOtiDON DIRECTORY 60., LTD., 25, Abchurch Lane, London, E.C, EUROPEAN AGENOY. WHOLESALE buying ' bgeiteies undertaken for ell British and Con tinental goods, inclu...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

MILNE'S THREE STAR. BRANDY. Read the following copy of a Testi monial from a Hospital Doctor "-I cen on.' y say, after uaiag your Three Star Brandy, (hat the results medici nally are equal to the best imported Brandy. " I have given orders that your Brandy is to be used in the future in this hos pital. "I am indebted to your representa tive for supplying me with an Aus tralian Brandy which can adequately fiil the place, at a lowet cost, of the im ported spirit." Original of above can be seen at our office. Bvery bottle bears Commonwealth Customs Seal and Label guaranteeing that the Brandy is pure grape, and made in pot stills." MILNeTSc CO., DISTILLERS, ADELAIDE. Terminus Hotel* i^oso-^isr Best Ffrands of Liquors Stocket* First Class Accomodation for Vision* and Traveller*. C. LAMBERT, Propbxstmbs, Newmarket Hotel. Corner of North and West Terraces, Adelaide. A. H. LANDSEER, * (LIMITED). GRAIN AND GENERAL MSB chants. * Shipping. Cos to ma and, General warding Agent*, &c,~ Fo...

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RENMARK SOCIAL LETTER. Renmark, Sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

RENMMK SOCIAL LETTER. Seamark, Sept. 29 • n«r B^bara,—Our dances, I tJiinfc, . at last come.to a conclusion the successful hall held in tb« Siite oB Friday evening, which In8tit^|en by Mr. and Mrs- »• w^Heitson of ChoWflla station. and : frills, . flirtation *«ns and tell tale programmes can Ridden away untilthe next danc ine season comes round again, when ifnppose this popular lorm of enter toST will be in lull swing once dances have had indeed a gay and brilliant ending, for Friday even lug's function was Ja: most delightful °^here was a goodly assamblage Tioth of dancers and spectators, ana we mStn't forget the old saying that the " onlookers i see most of tne game - r Certainly v the badroom from the stage was well worth look ine at. The floral decorations were SSily grac^ul,;; consisting of x£! to its, lovely hanging blossoms, the colours, ranging from deep voilet to pale lavender. This lovely ^pt-oIpbr profusion.' round the waUs and across the room from side to Sde and the hal...

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WAIKERIE SOCIAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

WA1KERIE SOCIAL LETTER. Dear Ethel,—-I shall have to write to you in rather a sad strain for a start this week as we people of Waikerie are sharing universally in the sorrow of the family of the late Mr. A. Francis, one of the oldest; residents here, and one might well say the founder to a great extent of the new era of Waikerie. The tremen dous cortege that followed his re mains last Tuesday spoke eloquently of the high esteem in which he was held, and our heartfelt sympathy is given to those near and dear that are left. We had visitors from Renmark staying in Waikerie for the last swo weeks. Mrs. Pinyon spent a nice holiday with Mrs. Hollway, and Mrs. Mead with Mrs. Strachan. The Waikerie air did them both good, and both ladies expressed themselves delighted with their stay here. They returned by motor to Renmark on Saturday. " The Kia Ora s football team held a dinner at Mrs. Higg's boarding house on the 26th, and had a' good time. After dinner songs and elocu tionary items were ...

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SHOW NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

6HQ# NOTBS, Competitors in Korea Section are aak&d to fce*P their horses readily available in the north-western eerner of tbo ellqv! wounds, and to present them promptly-for the -items for which they are entered. Not a single refusal has been re« «8i!?ed by the Railway Committee in T««P086ft to its rea^st for car# for tfes tp»D«port ol m?ro^rs ?t 1tot| visiting party from Paringa to tlie show grounds. Punctually every available car in the district will be engaged in the service—soma 24 in all.

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ON THE SHOW GROUND. AMONGST THE STOCK. FINE DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

ON TH£ SHOW GROUND. j AMONGST THE STOCK. FINE DRAUGHTS. Mr. A- J. Mortimer, ' that aetute judge- of horse .flesh, was kept fairly busy all day judging the" horse stock as& hprg&s in- action... Commenting upon them, Mr. Mortiiner 6aid be .considered' the or^u^hlB as a very good lot, soma of the animals exhi bited showing high quality, and many were typical farm sorts for such a district as Loston. - The judge. remarked that car^iul attention to breeding-. was essential, "and made it xjuite plain that any thing which entered the show ring should be freo from blemish, "For] instance/' he said, " X cannot award ! prizes, to horses which by -their kness show me they have been -down." - The first prize for draught entire, any . age, went to Mr. P. JSrabech's ftns' dapple bay sire. Standing .well npon ccod legs and' not being too cu^hemsmfc, this, horse appeared a right ^dodj 'stamp from which to breed a- farmer's stock. The -pink ribbon was awarded to Mr.'f. H. Hondow'u ni...

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The [?]ioneer. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the "Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. RENMARK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

Visitors to tkz City May obtain copies of the u Murray Pioneer " at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. Renmark, Friday, October 3,1915. Renmark welcomes to-day the Governor of this State, who visits us in his official capacity as repre sentative of King George V., and the Ministers and members of a Parliament which has shown that, however much its parties may be divided on matters of principle, they are one in their endeavour to pro mofe the development of our land by a public works policy which will make productive settlement possible in regions that were till lately unin habited wastes, an J enor mously enhance the productive capacity of districts where the agricultural, pioneer has been fighting an unequal battle agaiust the odds of inadequate means of transport for his produce. His Excellency is welcomed not merely because of his official posi tion of the nature of the services which he has graciously undertaken to perform to-day, bi^t for his own sake as well. Renmark and the riv...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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HORSES IN ACTION. SOME FINE JUMPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

HORSES IN ACTION. SOME FINE JUMPERS. Spin if ex, that good gelding, the property of Miss L. Robertson of Galpcrum station, was awarded first in the 10 st. hack class, and a fine type of horse belonging to Mr. R.. B. Koch, of Lameroo, gained second honours. The prize for weight carry ing hack also went to this competi tor, with Mr. . B. Gregory's nicely mannered grey , gelding second.. There were ten entries in the section for best, lady's hack ridden by a lady, this interesting event being won by Miss L>.. Robertson with Miss J. Robertson second. Mr.' F. S. Wyllie's smart pair of sulky ponies caught the judge's eye in the pony competi tion, and Mr. H. T. Eime's big greys in the carriage horses. Miss 1». Robertson - and Miss Drabsch put up a gobd fig-hit for. the best l&dy^gyler over fences, the former gaining the verdict, -thought .Miss Drabsch rode' very nicely. The single buggy horse prize was awarded Mr. B. Gregory with Mr. A. C. " Hameister second. Mr. B. Gregory, of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

THANKS, . Ma and Mrs JOHN FRANCIS an! Family, of Waikerie, desire since elv to thank theirnumerous friends for messages < f sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement; also Revs. A. Metters. J,.D. I augsforl, A. ■ Woolfor l, Mr F. Virgo, Mrs Squires, Nurse, Drs. Bollen and btodd rt, for their kindness and attention to their dear son during his illness.

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THE OFFICIAL LUNCHEON. SPEECHES BY HIS EXCELLENCY AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

THE OFFIOI AU L.UNOHEON. : - SPEECHES UV-HIS BXOEJIjIjENCY AND^X^feiBRSl. A' spacious marqnee close along: side tbs exhibition tail bad ; betji erected. as a dining - booth in ■which some 190. persons could be seated in Comfort. After the toast of " The King " had -been duly honoured his ErceUency said:— ' " Ghairniaii .of the .District Council, President of -the Lozton A. & H. Society, and tie residents of London and; its district; - - As His MajesfeS representative, Z'-tbank yoa for " your expi^^lqng of loyalty-to (he tbrpqe (It has been a great pleasure to open \ your agricultural ehow to-day. My j previous trip up the Murray in. 1909 j and my visit to Loxton in 1911 were so interesting and instructive that I determined before ■ giving up the Governorship of the State to take, : if possible/ another cruise up the j river -to see the progress that had | been made during the intervening i time.' From what vl have" already seen I am very pleased with the- ad ; vancemsnt, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

CINCTURING LOOK OUT POR ?BU . Roasts Ginotaring Tool (W. G. PAftftY, PATfltfTKIP. Cowra Pacing Co, tAifdnra. Will Stocked by Renmark Fruit Pecking §het<s» Renmark Hospital. Application for tbe Position of MEDICAL OFFICER. Applications will be received to No vember. 1st for the positioi cf MedicaL Officer to the Renmark Hospital. Duties to comm lice from open ng f the institu tion, about nine moiit' s from date, but successful applicant will at once become a member of Board of Management, and be required to place benefit of his advice at the Board's disposal. Applicants are tsked t < state terms and conditions upon which they are prepared to accept the appointment. Fopul ^tion of Renmark and district to be served, approximately, 2,500. No applicant cecessar ly appointed. Further p3rticu ars from the under signed. E. C. GIBBONS, Secretary. R nmark, SeptemberfJ3£h, 1913.

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THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY. MIXED FARMING NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

THE GOV£F N3R'S REPLY. MTXran FARMING NECESSARY. His Excellency, who upon rising was accorded an ovation, said : "I thank you, Mr. Chairman, ior "the kind terms in which you have pro posed my health and' you, gentlemen, £6r the cordiality with which - .you have responded to the toast. I beg at the same time to express my grateful sense of the' loyal and warm reception you have given me on this my third visit to Lozton—a welcome for which I cannot sufficiently .express my acknowledgement. On my second fisit here I drove from Tailem Bend' by way of Schell's ' and Veitchefa wells.; This journey gave me : an opportunity of observing another side of your agricultural industry in the cultivation of your wheat bear ing areas.' The crops I then noticed, although in many cases the result of the flrstattempt at cultivation, were eqjual to any'I had seen elsewhere. : It was on that' occasion I. found a paddock of very level crop. Wishing to know mora about its productive* ness'I called at the ...

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Reamark Defence Rifle Club. ANNUAL PRIZE COMPETITIONS. To be held on October, 8th, 1913. 200 YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

Reamarii Defence Rifle Club. ANNUAL. PRIZE COMPETITIONS, To be held on October. 8th, 1913a 200 YARDS. 1st prize, l case assorted Yahimba wines and in/-; 2nd prize, trophy presented by Mr. Tamblyn : 3rd prize, trophy presented by Mr. T. A. Gay ces; 4th. 5th, and 6th prizes, 5/1 each. ' 200 YARDS. 1st prize. 1 cass Hardy's Port wine and 10/- : 2ni rsrize, trophy presented by Mrs. L. Sales'; 3rd prize, trophy prcB2nted by Gibbons Bros. ; 4th, 5th and -€th, prizes 5/- each. 500 YARDS. 1st prize, I case assorted vrines, (Seppelts> and 30/-: 2nd prize, £1 1/- presented by G. P. Harr'.s. Scarle and-Co. ; 3rd prize. 10/-: 4tb. 5th. and fitfc prizes. &/- caeh. - AGGREGATE WITH HANDICAP, lBt prize, 1 case ol. John Begg'e •whisky ; 2nd prize, s'lver spoon -pre sented by J. M. Wendt. Ed<i., and 10/-: .3rd prize, 10/6 presented by A. M. Bickford & Sons; ;4th prize, 10/6 presented by Adelaide Chemical a»d Fertilizer Co. - F-t/i wrize,*- 10/- ; 6th, 7 th, and 8th priz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

AUCTIONS. Important Sale. Valuable Building Sites. 47 — LOK. — 47 Paringa Railway Ter minus. Saturday, 4th October, At 2 p:m. | On the Property Fronting the Fariuga j Railway Station.' | Ofles & Thomas Are instructed by. Mrs Margaret Bowling to sell by auction as above, sub ject to the consent of the Hon. the Com missioner of CrownLinds; 47 — Allotments. — 47 Being a subdivisionof part Section 17, Bnndxed of Paringa, held -undei Per petual lease. TERMS:—One quarter cash; balance on const nt to. transfer. Plans and farther -particulars ou ap plication to the auctioneers or Messrs Ogilvy & Evans, Renmark. AUCTION 0B1LVY & EVftHS, TJiider iustracfionsirom Mr F. JONES (who is leaving the tfistrlct) will eell t>t Renmark, on the premieas, Kal Ral Avenue—next PioNBSR Office—on Saturday, Oct, II, 1913, st 3p.m. Good Leather Suite, Sideboard ' Slack end Nickel Half Tester Bel . Duchess Chest v - Marble Top Washstttid Black and Br&<-s Half Tester...

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