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ORIGINAL STORY. THE ANTARCTICANS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED] CHAPTER I. JOHN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896
0 RI #1 ft R If S3F0RT. T HI A N TARCTIC A N S. liY HARRY PRINCE. SiUcis Clj £. J. filifuUcff. [Alit RIGHTS RliSERVED CHAPTER I. John's Story " September 30th—My thirtieth birthday—At last the barrier is passed, the goal attained for which I have patiently waited a decade! At last I feel fLVP. My lungs expand, my arms seem stouter and stronger! I have finished my probation and proved my strength by ten long years of weary silence. It is grand to be able to talk, glorious to be free and thirty years of age ! Throw my doors open and feed all who are hungry! Bring all who are ill and suffering to me and I will cure them ! Am I not at last my own master—and thirty years of age." Three persons are sitting at a table on which are placed books and papers in some disorder, betokening their re cent use for study. Two are ladies, mother and daughter; tbe third is the speaker, whose passionate strength of will is evident from the excitement with which he utters his rhapsody. The speaker is a f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896
j. Clark and go TAlLCHHSfG. 0RAFKEY. MILLINERY, Ac. to. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &cr W^H'I# AgCIIf K« BwkSf PapersT Periodicals T Magazines^ Reviews &c. obtained to order. *3 15«e STKEET, RENMAEK. f WINTER & VOGELSANG. (LATE OF MESSES. HEITHERSAY, BEOS., PETERSBURG.) ftSlBHiKltAI, BMCKK1IITH8, WHEELWRIGHTS AND C0ACHBU1LDER8. Wheels made on the Premises. IB ® § 2 c &lt;o fJ (3 d 2 » 2f o Z o> j. s t: tr> •£> E & Si Of S. &lt;c w "O &lt; p» tfr sr in & T5 CO "S in O 3 cr •o r*. c*~ VJ 0 O x O © »s © &■ a S3. O. 2 Tlreing, a Specialty HOUSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of .->11 KINDS MADS? and RKPAIRKD. Kbxjiark Avkns.ic, llENMAKIv. (Successors to IV. Dowling.) T ZEE IE "GRIP 9 9 HKAl) ditch. OVl'-RHKAT) ixume. CHANNKL. EFFICIENT, PORTABLE, CHEAP!! R v\')7 f.v US/, on ARRIVAL NO SOLDERING Required. Agknt iii ]Iv;n\*m!K—Mit. T. 1IALL1DAY, Rau Rai, Stouts. (Storks Pall, ilt ...
THE FRUIT' DISEASES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896
THE- FRUIT' DISEASES ACT. A petition' to- the Government, says the S,A.- Adrei'tist'v, praying for a re laxation' of the restrictions under the Tine Diseases Act,- was- exposed for signature in the Exhibition Building ©11 show day, aud daring the after noon aiany names were attached, anion,"' them being those of Messrs. Iienry Sewell, "\V. Iiaiues (ex-M. P. lor Guineracha), 0. Pitt, T. Hope Murray of Mount Beevoi?,, G. F. Iud and Edwin- Smith. The text of the petition is as follows :—" That the Jestricticfis- under The Wine, Fruit, and Vegetable Diseases Act of 1885, in respect to- the sale of fruit affected "frith codliir moth aud round orange Scale should not be enforced for the following reasons :—That no effective cure has been discovered, and that the diseases having- made their appearance fu the province through no fault of the growers, it would be unjust to punish theift for a state of things over tvhich they had no control, That if the1 growers are prohibited from selling, t...
CHAPTER II. LAND OF MEDITH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 March 1896
CHAPTER II. Land of Medith. Southward we fly on the wings of the morning. Miles we measure by thousands. Over the turbulent waters of the Southern Ocean, vast icefields, celestial in glittering radiance, pass be neath us. Our eyes are almost wearied with tbe cold magnificence, when of a sudden, seemingly, so swift is fancy in her flight, there looms a mountain of mist and sulphurous vapor, through which flashes tlio ruddy gleams of an eiernal, terrible flame, Ever and anon our ears are sainted by the thund&lt; r peals and mighty rumblings which find their way, as it were, from the heart of mother earth, and their expression with the rushing breath from the mouth of the mighty volcano Ave are nearing. Bursting through the cloudy harrier, we reac.h purer atmosphere, and the green fields beneath our feet tell us our voyage is finished. We are before a stately palace, its turrets of agate and crystal windows glit tering with the reflection from the sea of flame behind us. Enteri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
a Itttitatli printing Co,,. p>., Shares of .&XE&lt;tch' 2s, Ud. to be Paid on duplication Aiid 2st i^d, on Allotment, Uie Balance, in: Calls of Not More than 2s. Gd. )a Month if: required*, ^ Tu« V is BEING FORMED for the Purpose of TAKtKt* OVER and'Ciimllig OH die NEWSPAPER and Geiieral PRINTING BUSINESS of the ** itbNMAL'K PIONEER'' from Messrs* AsBWEtk and liHOWNE. ^,0- Pronators Require 40 SHARES EACH for their Present Interest in tlie BCSINESS', niut TEN SHARES are Reserved for Mr. William Burion in con sidemioM of his Agreeing to Work at the Printing OfHoe for Three Mouths a.l n Keduced Salary. The Promoters aUo Require EMPLOYMENT in the Business of tl*c COM PAQ Y«t Itmsonable Itehiuiierfldoiu The ttemainmg 410 SHARKS arc Offered to l.k PUBLIC, and thy IVoeeoiis will be Devoted to the Purchasing of tbe Present PI.AKT and STOCK, uf :».!KE\V PllBaS und Additional TYPE and MACHINERY. During the Past EIGHT MONTHS ended Dec. 31*1, 189S. the 'JiOOKS of The PMinoto...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
THE 0-N T'HE MURRAY RIVER, Thef Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. M1LDUR&lt;\, Victoria, IRRIGJITIOW IN AUSTRALIA. Ilsis |*asse*l experlmtHfttal ant Is si si!'!'!>^, a^Virenly samlMrsttiailei^ in its |»im11»iltt;ies to proline aUlnv, as a foacoMltant, tlie domeMif fomfor!', ItcaHli st.mil Isu.pplss^ss asstftelatiMl witla a life de-voted t&lt;& catitcvral&lt; imrswils. -Fruitgrowing Is admirably adapte t to flamt rfiass, who hy, «'ir£ cams fan res liare not hail any training in t?«e w&rl&i ~z% of ih& soil or In fruit euSfure, plttr-lug no physical tax Mpon the operator; is it dlfRenlt to master, whs He a* ai5 occupation it is really At Mildura and Renmark the results from irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wildspnsss— a pleasing sight Fop eyas to vi ew THE MOST LIBERAL WATER HIT IN Til WHO. ArftJ£121I.OEil> 1® 8-1IIC 1I & HIE & III ISMSFISggJftiSSlJ* 1®AWM$SMT^. Route...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
YOUNG MEN are invited to attend the RENMARK NIGHT SCHOOL at the XlsT STITUTE on MONDAY and THURSDAY nights. WEANED PIGS for Sale, apply MURTHO Village Association. MONEY TO LEND, at from 1YJL 4£ % in large or small sums. FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON, Solicitors, Jamestown aud Adelaide. X a dicp' Sewing' Qcnmi il'fao,. :o: 0-otfacjc cSospitaf cFutttisfti'H g cFuni. LIST of P.HICES. Pyjama Suits (making only) 3/6 Gentlemen's Shirts „ „ 2/6 2/6, 3/6 l/-> 1/6 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Blouses „ Aprons „ Socks (per pair) „ Ladies' Skirts—from 4/6 Sailor Suits 7/6. 8/6, 10/6 Pinafores 1/-, 1/3, 1/6 Night-dresses 2/-, 2/6 tS5 Mending done as moderately as possible. Socks, 3/- a pair. Wool extra. H. R. HEATOX (Hon. SecJ CM.F.F.
EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [?]bridged the from Adelaide Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. Qfm&geMCw ftom fiibefaibc 2&lt;sp&lt; The Cuban difficulty is causing ex citement in Spain and in the United States. The American Consulate at Valencia has been attacked, and the students of an American college have dragged the Spanish flag through the &lt;lnst and burned the effigy of the young Sing of Spain in retaliation. The Italian disasters in Abyssinia ire causing great excitement at Bome. Serious rioting has resulted and ces sation of the war is demanded. It expected that Italy will have to with Iraw from the Triple Alliance, incon sequence of the shattered condition of her forces. The Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs is endeavoring to restore har mony between Germany and Great Britain. The British claims on the Venezue lan frontier are regarded as over whelmingly proved by the researches of Sir Frederick Pollock, who was d( - puted to prepare the case for the Bri tish Government. The steamer Macgregor, running ...
CORRESPONDENCE. AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION BETTER THAN A POUND OF CURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
CORRESPONDENCE. AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION BETTER THAN A POUND OF CURE. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—I would like to offer a few thoughts on temperance subjects, for the best interests of all concerned in the future prosperity of our settlement. I am aware it is an old custom through out the British Empire to license hotels to supply the public with alco holic drinks; but during the last fif teen or twenty years public sentiment has been considerably aroused on the question of the drink traffic, so much crime, suffering and misery has been directly caused by the licensing of hotels and saloons to sell to those who wish to drink, and I have no hesita tion in saying that drink, such as is sold in the public houses or saloons is the most destructive of all agents to the human race. I could tell the young men of Ken mark of the effects of alcohol on 3 ouug men I have known, who thought as many now think, that thcv could take care of themselves and know well what they are about. If a man were in dan ...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. Mission Hall, Renmahk, 1st, 3rd and 5tli 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 tlse 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 month8 a.m., Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month :—Even song, 7 p.m.
RENMARK COTTAGE HOSPITAL. LADIES' SEWING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
RENMARK COTTAGE HOSPITAL. Ladies' Sewing Committee. The annual meeting of the Ladies' Sewing Committee, fcr the Reninark Cottage Hospital Furnishing Fund was held at the Institute on Friday, the 6th inst. About twenty-five ladios were present and the chair was occu pied by the President, Mrs. C. F. Chaffey. The Honorary Secretary, Miss H. R. Heaton, read the minuses of last annual meeting, which were confirmed The statement of accounts was also read, as follows:— Receipts.—Donations and Subscrip tions—Sir T. Fowell Buxton £25. Messrs. Chaffey Bros., Ltd. £2, Mrs Peters 21/-, Colonel Morant- 20/-, C. D'Olier, Esq., 20/-, John Chapman. Esq. 20/-, Messrs. F. and W. Fishei 10/6, Collected by Miss H. R. Hea ton £2/16/-, Entertainment (Mr, T. Burrell) 29/6, Dramatic Club, (Mrs. F. Wyllie) £7 — Total £42/17/-; Work £26/7/11, Entrance fees £3/11/9; Discount on goods 6/8, Sale of goods £6/9/8, Outstanding accounts £14/11/7£ = Total £94/4/7£. Expenditure.— Sundry expenses— £28/0/1, Outstandin...
THE HUMOURS OF A HOME MISSIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
THE HUMOURS OF A HOME MISSIONARY. The men who as Christian mission aries are aiuong the pioneers of civili zation have varied experiences. In some lands they risk then1 lives; in others they brave lesser dangers : but they all suffer inconveniences, discom forts, and isolation from their homes and friends to minister to the spiritual and physical needs of the troubled and the sick. Now and again there comes to them a bit of humour like a gleam of sunshine. Some of those happy little times were described to the audi ence at Pirie-street Church on Wed nesday evening on the occasion of the annual meeting of ihe Home Mission Society. The llev. W. C. Butler has a touch of wit, and his racy anecdotes delighted his listeners. He was par ticularly funny in describing an old lady who came for medicine, and re laied what lier mother's doctor had told her when lie last saw her as a girl; what ber aunt said on her last visit; how Susie looked at John's wed ding ; and s.) on for a couple of hour...
RENMARK PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 March 1896
RENMARK PROGRESS COM MITTEE. A meeting of the Renmark Progress Committee was held on Monday morn ing last. There were present Messrs. R. Turner (Chairman), Jas. Price, H. J. JBovill, J. W. Clark, F. Aldridge and C, J. Ash well, (Secretary). The minutes of last meeting were red and confirmed. The secretary read.a copy of a letter forwarded by him to. the liquidators on the question of the Town pump, and Mr. Dawkins' reply, Mr. Aldridge handed in a letter from the Chief Storekeeper as to the price of 4-inch cast iron pipes. Mr. Aldridge consi dered that £100 worth of pipes would do for the present. It was considered that till a definite reply was received on the subject of the town pump no thing could be done. It was resolved on the motion of Mr. Price, seconded by Mr. Clark that the Secretary be in structed to write to Mr. George Chaffey asking him to endeavor to get the town pump and pipes removed from the list of assets of the Company, so that they can be handed over to the town. T...