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

IV# chao waa a parfeet \rfecit, His'cbu^ii waa ecanetJiing awful ; ' His aneizcs shoo* the very roc?, Hi's friends-- iThey murmured! Poor •fool.", ^ But smce that time a .w-ea1* has passed, Tha ]YX>r "fcb-a^'s g&ttiag welt q-jitfc . test'! . •• 'Twas. only.-with ike aid, for sure, Of Woods' Peppertiimt Cure. .-MM& ■ _ Mfelviill & BlaKeway; | . [ESTABLISHED 1880] Licensed Seryeyofs. Somyaof all kinds undertaken Itt itV ; .* {wit of the State. SS aad R0YAL fiXQS A&JSUIP& ;5.': '

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

WHEK SELECTING A CAR HOTE THE FOLLOWING FEATURES OF THE Price com plete wilb 5 Seated body £230. Price com plete with 2 Vanadium Steel throughout; 20 H.P. 4-cylinder car (R.A.C. rating 22.5 H.P.); gears always in mesh; with enclosed vaive; multiple disc clutch; folding^hood 1 automatic glass wind screen; speedometer; mileage recorder; lifting jack; repair kit for tyres; tyre pump; tools and tool roll; 30 x 3J tyres on ail wheels; hood envelope. ' - Sola Agents for S. Aust x DUNCAN & FRASER Ltd. Franklin SJreeS, : ___AtfeIaIde. THE WOODMAN MOTOR CIARAGE, MURRAY AVENUE (NEXT RENiti&P IfdTEU, RENMARK, fitted with latest AND MOSS? UP-TO-DATE machinery. ; ANY "kikd of repair work undertaken, any class OF motor ce machinery. Va1caai2;ng dene, Guns and Rifles- Repaired and Keys and-Loeks Fitted. ' Agent for Ford, Argyie, Standard and Maxwell Motor Cars, and for Iting Dick, Bradbury and PrecisionMotor Cycles. BICYCLE and motor sundries of "ALL descriptions. -perambulator tyr...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE HIGHER PATRIOTISM." ELOQUENT ADDRESS BY REVHENRY HOWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

" THE HIGHER PATRIOTISM." ♦- * ELOQUENT ADDRESS BY REV HENRY HOWARD. On Monday evening last the Rev. Henry .Howard, „ President of the 3.A.' Methodist Conference, delivered a stirring address on The Higher Patriotism in the Renmart Institute Hall.. Mr. E. R. Olorenshaw, Chair man^ of' the Renmark Irrigation Trust, occupied the chair, and dur ing the evening Mr. Geneste, Mies P. K. Tamblyn, Messrs. Cox, Han cock (the latter accompanied by Mr. Gibbons, the former by Mrs. Geneste) rendered musical items which were greatly appreciated by the audience. The hall was not as full as might have been expected. In his opening remarks Mr. Howard eaid he was charmed with Renmark. He had been informed that, the best brains from all quarters h$d gathered there, but he was. greatly surprised at the -wonderful progress the settle ment had made, and be had made "up his mind to come back and have another look at them. (Applause); Just lately two memorable days had been celebrated -r- May 24 and June 1...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARCADIA-PICTURES. FRESH PICTURES FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

ARCADIA- PICTURES. FRESH PIQTURES FRIDAY EVENING. Messrs. Moller & Co. have .this week decided to place fresh pictures upon the screen on Friday evening. This means that picture patrons will have the opportunity of ^having a ■"complete change of programme dur ing the week. The management con sider. that> the two films " The French Spy " and " Kid Canfield the Notor ious Gambler," are without doubt the finest films yet "received by them. " Bad Canfield " exposes by actual demonstration the -dishonast methods by which victims are flesced in the pambling den, and it is claimed that the picture is of great value as a warning! or lesson tp those who may at some period of their lives get thrown into our eteat cities. Other films to be shown on Friday and Saturday include a Western drama which is full of excitement from end to end ; also a very beautiful acted Tiianhouser drama, Pathe's Austra* lian Animated Gazette will prove of interest to all Australians end our old friend Tw...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

" I thought my daughter was going into a decline* She was so ill." "She had Anaemia, or Poverty of Blood. *AH the freshness ol girlhood left her." " Six Large Bottles of CLEMENTS TO wrought a Wonderful Change in her." Sutherland Street, Glanville, S.A., 10/16/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " For twelve kob'Ju ray cangbter , has been in poor health, coffering with ANAEMIA, or POORNESS OF "BLOOD, end naturally, NERVOUS NESS, INSOMNIA, aed WEAK; NESS affected iter. She could hardly move about tfee Louie. She Memed going iato a dedbe, asd became so pele. A3 ike fresknrsj of her girlhood left J>cr. I wsi very macii concerned wfcat to do for her. WHEN A LADY WHO KNEW THAT CLEMENTS TONIC WOULD JUST SUiT KER COMFUINT, advised me to get it fcr her. Sbt . ha* taken SIX BOTTLES OF IT, - AND IT IS WONDERFUL THE CHANCE FOR THE BETTER IT HAS MADE IN HER. SHE NOW SLEEPS AND EATS WELL, ccd is quite bright and cheerful again, (hank* to your food medicine. (Signed) ELIZABETH WHITE." Weak, melancholic, ev...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. MID-MURRAY v. MURRAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

FOOTBALL. i: MID-MURRAY, v. MURRAY ASSO CIATION. The match between the Mid-Murray and Renmark Associations- toofc place on, the show grounds on Sept. j 14. Unfortunately the whole ar rangements in connection with the I match seems to have been a coi» plsts muddle—the visiting teams c^me and went like strangers a strange country. Of course, this ' treatment Is quite foreign to Renmark people generally. The only exi use one can gather is that there was no tim: Tl}e whole thing was hurried so, still a little smoke social might have been worked up in short time, and we can only hope that the down river people will understand that no want of respect was meant, and put 4t down 4o a clean muddle. Outsids the players few people <knew that the match -was on. When the teams lined up it was seen that the local iteairf was a very poor one. Where ) Were the Bern men ? These players I were left ; sitting on the mail rqad I waiting for the car which did not come. A friendly car picked u...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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WITH PIPTE AND BOOK. RENMARK INSTITUTE LIBRARY. THE SELECTORS AND THEIR CRITI[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

REH848K INSTITUTE LIBRARY. THE SELECTORS AND THEIR CRJTJOS. BY A' MEMBER OF THE SELECTION COMMITTEE. There is more in jthe rumpus about tie latest lot of books , added to the Renmark institute library than meets the eye. and this article will have in it something of" a " -personal " nature. That the interest - which the subject has aroused _is likely to issue in good—leading perhaps to a better selection of books, on the one hand., 4Mid~ a higher appreciation of the facilities offered - the local reading'public by tihe library, on the other—is sufficient . justification for the space which -Ahe *" Pioneer " is devoting tD the matter. As one who has been continuously a' member of the institute committee for the last eight years, I had pur posed publishing, and had written, an article describing at Borne length the methods' of book selection adopted (during this period. But I don't knpwfhat the public are specially interested in this phase of the subject.andthe following brief epitome...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Right Time. How to set your Watch by the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

The Right Time. How to «et your Watch by the Sun. The following table gives the standard time at which the sua rises and nets at Renmark. At 'Loxtoh it is 1 tuinute, Waikerie 2% and Morgan 4 minutes later . S in . Sm». " Oct. " rises acis." Sunday 5 5 40- 614 Monday 6 5 38 6.15 Tuesday 7 ' 5.3? 6.16 Wednesday 8 5 36 6,17, Tlinrsday 9 5.34 6.18 Friday 10 5.33 6.18 Saturday ll 5.32 6 }?

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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ON THE CHOOSING OF BOOKS. THE MAN WHO ALWAYS OBJECTS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

ON THE CHOOSING OF BOOKS. THE MAN WH0I&.LWAYS OBJECTS ! What aret^iprinciples oil which books should fci-thosen for a circula ting library ? The primary consideration, it has always seemedto me, should be to get " those, books which subECriberfl ' want to rsad, or jare likely to want to read when 'they'Wake, their a~c<iuaict* ance. . \ ; But it is inevitable, if all legitim ate tastes are tobe catered for, that in every lot of books purchased there will. be some thkt do not appeal to everyone. . - J: Take the r&iciilouB bobbery almost the 8plendid "H6me University Libr ary Series asah example. To Mr. Panton the whole series is anathema and, -even to^ Mr. Basey (a genuine booklover) muclf .of it is a weariness to the flesh. But I happen to know that there "is a tsertain proportion ol readers to whoni these books appeal much more thaniflction, and while no " one couldesriously contend that books of this yglass ought to pre dominate over ffction, yet they hav...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

[ . i- v STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. x Blocks are snrveyed'into areas varying from. 10 to £0 acres of irrigable land. In additi< 11. areas of non-irrigable land ■will be allotted to ^ lessees of irrigation blocks for dry farming.; The tenure is -perpetual lease withoa re-va'uatjon at a rental not exceeding 5 per acre for irrigable land, and 4 J to fid per acre.for non-irrigable land. The watei- rate to cover cost of supply ing water and interest on pumping plant, channels, - etc is estimated not to exceed 30/ per acre. A slidingpsca'e covers both the rent and water rates for the first four years, i-^-', first year one--qnarier of the ter.t atid jyater rate, rtjcoqd yeer one half third ISiree quartert^vibuith and afver, wards, lull amount pet acre. - The Department is prepared, to assist settlers ®u the irrigation areas fey fencing, clearing^ and grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigation chime's thereon Snch im...

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

(49-57 General Fresh and On Adva For harvesting find pai rates of rate! BOURNE.) rcabtile Brokers, its Salesmen. i ade ^ . if crops at lowest mtnission. We shall be pleaded to rec^i^^^^r: coiulguments. ' The highest market pndi£$^ .2. : Ntars&ryineif^-PaSkvlrd. — S H I P PIN G F — Charley Willcox and Co^Adel&ide, Celling Agents. .Timber, Iron and J&anuresof all Descriptions Supplied, and all Gro^rs l^eqttisites on the Shortest ' notice* .; '•; Fair Play I^^Fa^iir. MOFFAT & BAXTER, Fruitgrowers and Assocfatioft GradersatidPackers. ULUNO aqsnt«-D. a J. FC5WL.tR, UMITeb., 1ADEI-aiqe. AGENTS FORAlliance Fire, Marine, Accident, Sickness and Employers' ILciability, Etc, . ^ . .. ' . .• . ,. J. Csabi.es Genders, F.I.A., S.A., Real EstateAgent & LicensedValnator Fruit calling arranged for from Orchard to Packing Shedind/Graded, Packed ana delivered at Steamer arid colisignedto any Association Agent as desijjred by Growers. SPECIAL UNES—-Wagons, Baggie...

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

Sorghum Saccharatum Seed, Early Tomato and Cucumber Seed, 6d Pack t. LEWCOCK & SONS, Clare* S A F.CALEY SMITH, ALDGATE. SPECIALTIES: IRIS KEMPFERII (Japanese Iris), conr taining a beautiful nage of lovely shades. 12/ per doi, assorted. COLUMBINES, prize Coledale strain, Jong sparred hybrids, 7/6 per doz., selected; 3/6 per doz. seedlings, one year'old. V CARNATIONS, best varieties, American and Show perpetnals, 10/ per dot.; . 1 hand-crossed seedlings, Dr. Pooler's strain, sboir perpetual*, 5/ per do».; Americans, 2/6 per doe. PETUNIAS. band*ctbwed Sapeibissima seedlings, 3/6 per dps. ; not crossed seedlings, 2/6 per doz, ' I GLADIOLI.—-A grand selection of named -p varieties, 12/. per do*-; best selected) 'ifl/ perdox.; selected Bines, 10/ per "doc.; selected YeUows, 10/ pet do*.; "good mixed" garden sorts, 6/ per dor. J. DAVIS. • o c - vVFoImaIi Fralt Merchant and Cem> '■ minion Agent. 13 WE8TSRN MARKET, MSI,* BOU&MB. ■ — Fralt Sold on Cwnlttloa. — i "All Orders...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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BOY SCOUTS MOVEMENT. A CITY OF "SCOUTS." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

BOY SCOUTS MOVEMENT. A CITY OF " SCOUTS." To anyone interested in us the fol lowing: summary £>f' "Hie Chief Scout's" report t>f the Great Rally 1 and exhibition held at Birmingham in . July may be worth reading. I think every scout who" was at the Birmingham Exhibition will agree that it was a great success. I know t thought so myself and so did all the people who visited it. " As regards the. Exhibition, it was best summed up in the' few words spoken by a visitor to his ■wile :~r" There does not seem to be a.- thiiik' that these youngsters can not do ! i " The . Rally, besides being, .a splen did show of boys in a large mass of nearly 20,000 .was especially interest ing, because it included scouts from nine different British oversea domin ions and also from twelve different foreign- countries. •' There were a splendid lot of prizes given for scouts to compete for, but the one that pleased me most was a " treck cart " which was given -as a prize by the boys qf Clayesmore Scho...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RENMARK HOSPITAL BOARD. A DR. RAMSAY SMITH'S REPORT. THE "TONKIN" SITE CHOSEN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

RENHAnK HGSPiUL B3AH0. A DR. RAMSAY SMITH'S REPORT. THE "TONKIN" SITE CHOSEN, A meeting of the Renmark Hospital Board' was lield in the secretary's odice on "Monday afternoon. Present. —Messrs.: Wyllie (chair), Paterson, Burrows, ShoweU, Drummond,-Drjjdan Taylor,, and the secretary, Mr. E. C. -Gibbons. - DB. SMITH'S REPORT.—A;, letter 'from the Upder Secretary, -Mr.- L,. H. Ehoilj covered a copy of the follow ing report from the Chairman of the Central Board of Health with refer ence to the site, for'the .proposed h&spital at Renmark.. > N Central Board. of Health, Adelaide, Sept. 23., 1913. ^Sir,—Oii' the 5th instant I met the chairman and members of the Ren mark Hospital Committee and inspec ted three possible sites in their com pany. 1.The' Old Hospital site.—The build ing there is useless for a hospital suited to the present recjtairements of the town ; the site is r. o small for hospital purposes and is otherwise objectionable. I be lieve no one seriously considers i...

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

Priester SVIotor Service, BETWEEN RE1UMARK AND MORGAN. Leavea Renmark Monday and Thursday, 3 s.m.j Satohlng 7.43 train to Adelaide - -» LsavQs Korean Monday anti-Thursday, aftertrain arrives^ • — .' ./ # .•• -v^:. .•' * * — vpetlg! Trips Anywhere Arranged,- Bay or Night — R. C. PRiliSTEK, ■ Remark. Wire Friester, cju tfossathai Cycie Worjts: — —» 1 " 1 ' i Ca" ' SPORTS tJ Far ail year requirements In the Motor,of Cycle line, Jgiva 115 a call at the , . -^''Vr ■ \ —EM^IBE CYCLE CO. — We have Satisfied' I Are stUJ satisfying .ftaaj^Jis of rldars with Massey, Empire, Imperial and StaffljtaftJ Cycles. Cash or Terms to suiETftiy pocket We take^our old machine* •i ■ as part payment. Comfort, Satisfaction and Reliability found with iha Silant and Smooth Running 1 : : L.M.C. Motor Cycle : : Simplest » Strongest ' Best. A Host of Second-hand Cycles to cliooseffom, from £3 Large Stock of.Miotor & Cycle Accessories always on hand. Repairs and Enamelling done on the Premises. The Sorn&a...

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

Renmark MotorGaraqe'. (Under New and Expert IHi^ljplent). } • —rr. .'• .,,,: Motor Cars and Cycles OverJba«^^|^epia!red.' IfAHHK WORK^ VG&CA.NIZING I)p'NB py $i^^t^D" MsBCHANIO. STOCS OF PETROL, SPAR® PARTS ' ^^pf iCGESSOEIBS' r-r—ALWAYS ON HAND.4~- - Sole District Agents for Radge and ^d^s&atbjr Cycle*. . Also the Famous HumbarefcfceS - v • " * • .■ -seyfcf"' J' r ■ Car on Hire. — — TURNER BROS., P^Mtoirs. F. STEPHEN, MANAGER, FOBJ> 3if^iM»: :^ - ■_ " ■ », ' ' —V NOTE—Overhauling of Cats-^^i • « For Cars - HeteK Cycles &Cycfcs 1i<ss!iy the Best, for Wear & Reliability. ObteiftabSe aii Agenb ' Dtylfcp ill V ; : mil grtjuVW' ,1.1 I' !■■ nw ayx1

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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THOSE LIBRARY BOOKS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

THOSE LIBRARY BOOKS. To the Editor. Sir,—-It's an . ill wind taat liiowa nobody good, and-1 otn pleased to | think that the controversy shout the | recent purchase ot books is going to prove a good advertisement tor our: library, and probably ".e the means ; of many more names being added to! the subscribers' roll. ! Nevertheless, I. am at a loss to know why this particular selection should come in for so much criticism. I might mention that since their pur chase, I have read several ,o! the University Library Series—the lot so strongly objected to—and found them most interesting and full of valuable information. At least four volumes that I wanted to read were out at the time, so that they are evidently appreciated by some of the sub scribers. Indeed, several subscribers, whom I could name, have referred to the series as a splendid addition to the eheivca. Toura. etc., S. C. GIBBONS

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

All parts EENilARK SETTLEMENT PLANTED, PARTIALLY PLANTED tJNPLANTED.' renmark town. Allotments, Houses, Businesses, Rhrer Frontage Lands. Comprising first-class - Farming and Dairying areas and Fruit and Vcgctabli *iV Owtoft. '• •••;': R: P; JAMis#®? S. !■ Bridan, B, JP, James, F. Jt. Bm*«, Aucnosssaa, valuators, *c ATOpWi a*K«AfcS.

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

Religious Notices. CONGREGATION AT. CHURCH. Sunday October '5th," 1913. II & 7 Rey. J. Casley. J-o. Kev J. Cssley, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH. ■ Sunday, October 5th, 1913. 11 & Rev. H. H. Fennell. - . 2.30. p.m—Sunday School BEKRI. 2|4 7—Rev E. Sprigg. - _ I.YKUP. -3 pjn.—Rev. H. H. Fennell. REKMAKK WEST. 2 p.m.—Sunday School.. Rev. H. H. Fennell. Fnstor. tfOT/fOR, SAlt ETC. Prepaid advts. under this .heading— "Dp io Each extra 16 words. 6 words. One Insert. 1/ -4d Three Inserts, 2/ : - 6d Cash must accompany order or tisnal rates -will be charged. . >■ Nothing Booked Under 2/6. '. FOR sale.—Really good horse ;«nd -Yght bnggv turn-out. Cash or terras. May be inspected at Eve and Man son's T&ltersali's yards. FOR SALE.-rGennine - Broad Leaf Hunter River Lucerne Seed, any quantity, guaranteed. A. Braund, Ben mark, FOR SALE—Second-hand Tip Dray, ■ nearly new, 3in. tyre, with Gilpin* axle. Malycha & Smelt, Renmark. .• FOR SALE—Two pens Indian liunntr Duc...

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