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ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES. The Bight Hon. G. J. Goschen, First Lord of the Admiralty, has deli vered a speech in which he states that the Imperial Government are delighted at the sympathy of ali in the colonies as evinced at the recent critical period. England possesses a great stronghold in the hearts of the colonists, and from this foreign statesmen might learn a lesson.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RRESPONDENCE. A REPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

RfltSPONDEN C E. A HE PLY. TO THK UDITOR. Shy—In answer to 'part of Mr. Tweed ie's letter in your last issue, 1 take exception Co the following para graph :—"Whilst some in their excite ment lciul ly protest that t.hey see no prospect of fruit-growing ever paying; others go yet further .ami complain of the dullness-of Renmark as if expect ing -to find in ifc all the gaieties and distractions of a large and old-estah Jished town." I, for my part protest and say that I have still faith in iiiy.seIf and believe ■ if certain people wohld-only show ja little more manly spirit all would be well. I would remind Mr. Tweedie that in all places there are discontented areas, and one exists in Benmark and is certainly not it this end of the set tlement I am, etc., ALBERT 0. PIKE. 60ft. Level, Block C, Renmakk, Feb' | ruary 25th, 1896,

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

LOCAL N E WS. In consequence of the Renniark Prospecting Company, Ltd.,occupying the Institute ibis evening at 7.30 p.m., it will be closed at that hour, hub the reading room and library will be opei* from 2 pan. to 7.80 p.m. Grape picking is now in full swing throughout the settlement, and most of the crops ave turning out well. The weather this week has been very favor able for drying operations, warm, bright days and cool nights. On Mon day evening a slight shower fell. The Remnark Prospecting Company hold a general meeting of shareholders at the Institute this evening, at tha conclusion of which they will spend a convivial evening in company with a few friends to celebrate the occasion of the payment of a snbstantal divi dend. The Renmark Pound keeper, Mr. F. Southall, writes to say that be has re ceived an intimation from the Gover nor-in-Council, approving of the fol lowing charges for llenniark Pound, nnder the impounding Act 1895,— Poundage fee, 1/- per diem; sustenance fee,...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [?]bridged from the Adelaide Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. Q6zibge& {tout tf-.c flbcfaibc Sap ew. The German residents of the Trans vaal are being boycotted by tbe Uit landers in consequence of the aggres siveness of the German police. Dr. L. S. Jameson and his fellow prisoners arrived in Plymouth on Mon day. The channel was patrolled by torpedo catchers to intercept the trans port, and her arrival was delayed till midnight, and pressmen werf- preven ted from boarding the vessel. On be ing landed Dr. Jameson and his staff were retained in the custody of,the offi cers who arrested them at Malta, but the troopers, .were paraded and dis missed to their . homes. The latter were accorded a tremendous reception ' as tbe train conveyed them from Fly mouth to London. At every station on the road crowds of people awaited the arrival of the train and loudly cheered the Chartered Company's sol diers, their entry into London partak ing of the nature of a triumphal pro gress. The timely arrest of a number of Ashan tee ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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CO-OPERATION IN FIGHTING PESTS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 February 1896

CO-OPERATION IN FIGHTING PESTS IN AMERICA. Michigan is the first of the United States to enact a compulsory spraying law, we believe, but it remains to be seen to what extent it will be enforced. The statute provides that owners of fruit trees or vines shall spray the same with appropriate insecticides and fungicides under penalty of a fiue not exceeding $50, or imprisonment in the country jail not exceeding 60 days, or both. Upon the pstition of ten free holders, the township board of select men shall appoint three commissioners whose duty it shall be to notify farmers of the presence of insects or fungus pests in' their orchards or vinoyards, and upon their failure to spray same, the commission shall do the work for them at the expense of th-> township, which may recover the costs from the owner. The provisions of the law are not to apply to yellows in peaches, tfhich is in charge of a separate com mission that has done effdC ive work. This new law is cartaiiilv strong enough a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

LI MURRAY RIVER, ThefGreat Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has pasieil flip expert in filial starts, aiil is a success, ai> vire»ly inil»9nnde^f in Its pd$<»lbliities to produce w«a!fli, milling, n «anco£Hi3*aiit, tlu* domestic comfort, liealtli ^iifl bappin^s a$so?i$tt?& with » life to eiiWwral# piriiflli, Fruity rowing Is ndmlra1»lf milapteil to tliat tla^i, ivli» toy, 4*fr<*ninslanee$ fltaro not liatl any training In t?i!C working <of tli.« soil or fsi fralt «n1!tv««•*% placing no plipl^al tax vipon tlte operator: nt*!lt*?jr Is It dlfXftrHlt to mmier, irhile a* ©pf iipatlon II is really fofrSnrntln?* M Mildura and Renmav\ the results from Irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for ©yes to view, THE 1DST ilBIMl WATER BIGHT IN THE TOUS. FWWllMiS <0» mv&mRXMMn rAXMMWWM. „ Route to Denmark. "" ** - v IFmm Adelaide !to Mo...

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WENTWORTH RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING MARCH 17, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

WE^WOiOT 1UCI.NG; CW&. ANNl'AL ME.ETliN'G,MAllCH 17,, 1896.. r The foUovyiijg ai;e tbe bawliea^s r-. Handicap Hukdlk JiAci:.. s?t.. ibs. S-. Byte's Simple Jijiii U 10, J. M. Hsiibert's lis Huntsman 10 3. J. Cameron's The Bustler 0 12. T. Sharp's Gipsy King;; 0 7 Flyiiko Handicap.. fct, lbs. W .. ^caidding's, Co.Qlgarcii.e y 12 c. Hall's Jack; o 7 C. Hall's Wapok D 3, M. , Barney's Defiance 9 o; 8. Bytne's Siniple Jim « 'A E, QwenV. Maggie Moore, 7 12 J Brett's Darbies, 7 10, T. Kinase's Emmulqus 7 7 J, Bracken's MiUane? 7 4 F, Turner's. 7 Q W, R. Q. Hanb^c-'a^ ■■■ 7' *""-f sfc. lbs, w , ^cadding'a C'O.oigiivtlio, B. C," Hall's Jack 8 4' s, 1" Byrne's Simple a 2 J, Canieyon's J(osebwcl 7 12 & Owen's Maggie Moov-e 7 10 % Iiipaue's Euijuulou* 7 7' Bracken's "^iiHner 7 SI *—Wmli StQu iank;

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GUM DISEASE IN CITRUS, TREES. TWO APPROVED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

gum. disease ih. qit.rus, trees,. T.\yO ApPROVED .RECIPESi ; ^ Erom<fchfe BGiUaiids (Cal.j; Gitro graph, the following .paragraph is. taken :—The case of: gum disease does, not seem to be well; known, or there are a number of causes. The following two recipes for curing the gum disease are those which have. ;proved effective and are recommended, by the Horticultural Commissioners : Thoroughly scr.ipe,. remove and; carefully burn all affected bark. (1) Then apply a solution-prepared **is follows Take equal parts by wight, of. cai'holic acid, pine tar, snip];ur and resin ; reduce the same to a liquid .state by headug ; stir, and apply hot. (2) Dissolve four ounces of cyanide of p.)tas.siirii in a ha!f-p"mfc of warm waicr and apply io the diseased parts; ten days thereafter make a second application. Then make a thick paint of Paris green and linseed oil and paint the parts when dry. Both remedies have been tried and have piven good results.— -Cultivator,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

^wi'.j.iy J, jij" ' ,}v ' ■ ' .■ IBM ' " : idMPJililNG' ftur Iftinics,. Socials*;: Balls-; ' and>otUer.'EbtertaiiuuciitS'UUdertakeB.. 1 WEDDUN'G" GAKESi supplied.. flAKES?. SM^LL/<SOOt>S,. EBI51T.. " • • is; ^ & <&' m m Riii Bail A,vcnii£„ liOHLVUE".. VSteant fii'oHii Aifrrtfjr SBri<iLge ib> Si'rbi^'ssrk.&'Mfl^ea^. The: under aivarter. to> Cxi fit T'A IT (liciH of tiu ft.. M.. N.. Coi.y is now mnmingfortmghil)• ■ trips between Mic above places,, calling;at towns and: stations civ route:. Freight: ami' Phssenycj's; at current rates. — cap'f. tmt,. "gobousu"' x.. H.. OLDHAM,. bunmakk atiixwe; j&tomaee.. Tiim Table :: iduk.ix rkx-sisiik;— v'l> rivet::: : ten ; Man ,. JL ©iaSSLE¥ collnkjt 1 l; tib.. -t\l) mosxoo' sub. It H III (I. j ixstai r u r iv ii k: m o v e. d , &OODS delivered ira any part of the: ,• siittt j'BE liNT Livery Stables.. CHAFF STORE. C01l»r liRAN. & pollard On Sale.. Renmar...

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RIHA'S CORELESS PEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

j " iilii&S. COfrELESS; r.EA&:. (floreloss'. F^ar.j an illus-. ■ tr^tion of \yhich;is piililihjhqt]; if}; hist.j weeks ( Ju'uuh'lte ro-jjiiyiwd. fr<)H)i ilie. English fiflj^m^is a ijew, variety of; fruifctjip pwnci^l qf, Avl^jplj. is; described ,4s coi}si}jtj>jjj: tf in. tjje jjer-. feet abseijcfe of. the QQi'.e,, t.liqrq- l>eh)g; only soipe feeble iviuHjs <,f, it bi»e<3 avitlA4 firsfc.-i ate qiuvlity.. It is. a. large jjear-sliqptd pr. ecijicql, ffiirit; with a gteeijtisb-jelJf'W Avljifih is; raqre oij less ccyewd will) fhjjj <Jot^. oi a deljpftte Qii)i?ai)aov-Qolo):e(j i<i)$set.. The flesh is \yhife, teniteVj.an.d lilting,, wry juicy,, sweet,, \yi.th a. niplj. #&vpui\ It will. 110 doubt jiiiQMt} & valuable gear for- qanning. The trte is & very yood, grower jj-ijd an; &biu>jda.yt l^areiv Taking it altogether,, this. new variety highly deserves t.o by classed among the btj...

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THE MATARO QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

THE MATAKO QUESTION. ProiVssor Perkins sent to the Confe rence of A^fici;)ti:i\l3 Uijre.ms held at Aiiga.-tou last week a paper on " The Mataro (jin'sti.iji," which was read by fcliebuivau Si'cn tary ("Mr. P. Trimmer). A vital matter for a district of wine growers was tiledii-posal of their grape crop at remunerative prices. Wine makers h:id refused to buy grapes, or only at very low prices, the reason given being that people did not gt'ow ihe varieties they rtquired. They bad been advised to graft with suitable qualities, but this advice had hardly any effect, so that there were now acres and acres of Mataro grapes which would this year not be disposed of! Years ago they had been told to plant Mataro, and they had all wildly rushed at it, so that there was,now necessarily an overproduction. In 1898 the French yield was 1,101,540,000 gallons, and of this only 34,518,000 gallons , were exported, while 129,090,000 gallons were imported to j swell the local consumption. South I'''Austr...

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FEATHERED FOES. AN EFFECTUAL TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

FEATHE11ED FOES. AN EFFECTUAL TRAP. Ill the Goulburn Valley district sparrows and other birds are doing a great deal of damage in the vineyards and orchards. The birds have been driven by the drought u> t-ako shelter j near the rivers, and as a consequence ] f hc orchards ami vineyards are being j depredated by the feathered pests. In most cases neither shooting nor pois- j oJi'iag seemed to lessen the number of ihe birds, but one orchardist, Mr. Braillard, has informed the Nagambie Times that he had accounted for a large number of birds by the following treat ment:—He first of all took note of where the sparrows congregated most, and underneath a tree in the immediate vicinity he put some chaff, oats and straw to coax them. Then he got some poisoned wheat and distributed it among the debris, the consequence being that when the birds came the next time they fared pretty badly—in fact, dead sparrows could be observed all over the vineyard. Mr. Braillard is qaite convinced of the e...

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Latest Telegrams. EVACUATION OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

latest Telegrams.! [From otjr Correspondent.] EVACUATION OF EGYPT. The question of the evacuation of Egypt is being discussed between Bri tain and France, but it is officially stated that neither Turkey nor any of the Great Powers have proposed the early withdrawal of the British army of occupation. THE ITALIANS IN ABYSSINIA. The Italian troops in Abyssinia have been defeated, with tbe loss of 10,000 men. The news is causing great ex citement in Borne. UNITED STATES AND SPAIN. Spanish steamers are being aimed J as cruisers in case of war with the J United States on the Cuban difficulty, j VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY. ■ A forecast of the statement of the British rights in Venezuela has been published, and is regarded as over whelming evidence of the justice of j British claims. j V. E. C. EACES. At last Saturday's meeting of the Victorian Eacing Club, the Hopeful Stakes were won by Aroha, the St. Lpger by Cabin Boy, an outsider, the j crack, Wallace, beiug second. Maltuna won the Newmarket...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

THE: mteer DilVPElY. GR3CSBY IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC. Q. & H. BADGER.. Murray-avcmie, Ben j nark* The motto of the PIONEEll STORE is Ho W. M. G. SCALES, TtlliOB, (Late of }r c.s-.s/'.s'. Jam ex j\farshall & Co., Aih'lai'li'.) REPAIRS. A III E IIA TION S, AND CLKANlNtr DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers M;ide to Order from 12s. 6d. REN MASK AVENUE (A'c.rf. J\iilihiia)i,s Produce Store.) Aut Novice — Frank S. Wyllie, P II O t 0 Ci 11 a 1' Ii k e 1 u'Hmark-awnitfi, limwarJc. ('amps. Groups, liesidences, and Plant ations photographed at model-ate charges h'ltLir./ iui.'.'i'x a sjiccialty R«mEnas'Si fliers, The majority of you no doubt are Smokers, and we would call vour attention to the splendid quality of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in the World. XLCR Tagged Thus. XLCR Smokers who prefer an rontatic Tobacco are recom mended to use only AN AROMATIC TWIST of excellent flavour and aroma, UNION is supe...

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EUHOPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [?]bridged from the Adelaide Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

n EUHOPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. ftoiu tf;c Sapcts. It is believed that the conditions proposed by President Kruger for dis cussion on his visit to England will be accepted by Mr. Chamberlain. Germany is reported to be making ef forts to secure the Transvaal trade. Mr. Francis Fitzgerald and Mr. James Spenselev, jun., have been secured for the defence of J Jr. Jameson and his fellow prisoners, to be beard at Bow Street Police Court under the Foreign Knlistonent Act. The Italian forces in Abyssinia have been reinforced. A collision has occurred in New York tiarnor, the steamer Bourgoyne. of Marseilles, having ran into and sank the Ailsa, owned by the Atlas Steamship Couipam*. The foreign crew of the sinking steamer fought madly for the possession of the boats, leaving the passengers to their fate, the latter being ultimately rescued. Spain is getting ready for war, the United States (rovernment having re cognised the Cuban insurgents as bel ligerents'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

REN M ARK IRRIGATION TRUST, N°1. : — *sr* —— On and after this" date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon -any of the'Irrigation' work's under the con • trol of'the'Tru3t/.will;|je prosecuted. • _ Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. JOHN BEERY, DECEASED.— Pursuant to the Trustee Act, , 1898: ^Notice is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of JOHN liERRY, formerly of Ren mark, but late of Adelaide, in thePro •vince of South:. A ustralia, Timber Mer , chant, deceased, >vho died on the 24th day .of November, 1895, at' Adelaide aforesaid, and whose Will was Proved in the Stiprenje Court of the said Pro evince by'fame's "Charles Berry, of Ade laide aforesaid," Clerk; the Executor :thfeV«in named, are hereby required to sepdtothe undersigned the particulars of their claims or demands on or be fore the 24th day of April, 1896, after which- date the- Executor will be at liberty to distribute...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

C A VITA li! in SOO Shares of ,® 1 Each• $s. QL to be Paid on application and 2s. 6d, on. Allotment, ' .. . *rv" "• : : ' j,y'. ^ ' ' •• md^i'hc' Balance. iri^CMls df>,'Npt/:!Mare than. 2s. $d-. a Monthjf.rsquU:ed.,:-i^-'-^^^ ' . TlwOOJIP.VNr,is BEING FORMED for the Purpose of TAKING OVEl! and CaiWttg on NEWSPAPER and General PBINTING BUSINESS of the " 11ENMARK PlpNEEll" from Messrs. Ashweix and Bbowse. Tlie Proiriotors lleqtiire lO SHAlRES EACH for tlieir Present Interest in the BUSINESS, am! TEN SHARES are Reserved for Mr. William Burton in con sideration of liis A^r^eiiig to Work at the Printing Ofllce for Three Months at a Reduced .Salary. The Proinotors also Require EMPLOYMENT in the Business of the COM PANY at 'Reasonable lliiiHuneration. The Remaining 410 SUA.RES are Offered to the P(JBLIG. and llie Proceeds will he Devoted to the Purchasing of tbe Present PLANT ami STOCK, of a N .oYV TRB^'kii^Ad^Uuiial.TTP&iiiidMAiCaiNBllT.'' ' During the Past EIGHT MONTHS ended D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

YOUNG MEN are invited to attend the RENMARK NIGHT SCHOOL at the INSTITUTE on MONDAY and THURSDAY nights. to tli« £Iii;€TOM o ELE CTORAL DISTRICT of BURRA. o LADIE S and GENTLEMEN—I beg to announce that I am a CANDI DATE for your suffrages at the coming election for the House of Assembly in the LIBERAL INTERESTS, and I will shortly have the pleasure of plac ing i»y views on political matters bo fore yon. I am sincerely yours, W. T. RABBICH, ABERDEEN, BURRA. WEANED PIGS for Sale, apply MURTHO Village Association, i Money to lend, at to % in large or small sums. FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON, Solicitors, Jamestown aud Adelaide. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. Mission Hall, Uenmahk, 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,...

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RENMARK PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED. EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

RENMARK PROSPECTING COM PANY, LIMITED. EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS, An extraordinary general meeting of shareholders of the Renmark Prospect ing Company, Ltd., was held at the Institute last Saturday evening. The Chairman of the Board of Directors, Mr. Donald Sinclair, Senr., J.P., pt'e siued. Messrs. A. D. Thomson, C.E., H. A. Rnssell, 7. W. Clark, directors, B. Fuller, Jun., Secretary, H. G. M'Kenzie, and over twenty share holders, personally or by proxy, were present. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The Chairman then read the notice convening the meeting, and stated that as the company had sold its pro- ' perties, there was no other course open than to go into voluntary liquidation. This course their solicitors had ad vised, as it would free the company from further liability. It would en able them also to pay a dividend at once. This the directors had resolved should he £50, payable on Tuesday morning at the office of the Secretary. The Cha...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1968. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896

Cjje Isomer. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1968. In consequence of press of local matter this week we publish no leading article. Some correspondence and other articles are also crowded out. Mr. Fred. Aldridge has received a reply from the Chief Storekeeper Mr. Thos. Colebatch, on the matter of the four-inch cast iron pipes the Govern ment have in stock. The reply 'states that the pipes were, purchased from Mr. «T. 1). Watkins, Currie Street, Adelaide, at £4/10/- a ton, and that he has a further quantity of this class of pipes on hand. Mr. Colebatch suggested that Renmark should be supplied from Mr. Watkins' stock. Mr. Aldridge states that a ton of pipes would lay about 2£ chains. In view of the possibility of the Government deciding to relax the ru gulations with regard to fruit p;\sts, in response to the petition of the owners of scaly citrus orchards, it is suggested that the leading settlers of ftenmark should iiimiediately send a protest to thte Minister of Agriculture, which should be . ...

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