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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

BENNETT & FISHER LTD LIVESTOCK SALESMEN Woolbrokers and Land Agents MONTHLY MARKETS Loxton, First Thursday Parana, Third Monday Loxton Brancht 'Phona 7, Box 109 ManagerV rteaidence: Phone 28 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS Offers will be received at the Dis trict Inspector's Office as shown below up to 2 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, the 2nd February, 1943, for the purchase of the materials in the following improve ment:— Section 92, Hundred of Bookpur nong-. 10-roomed wood and iron house, 12ft. verandah all round. Intending purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the condition of the . improvements. j Offers should be endorsed on the envelope, "Offer for improvements, Bookpurnongr. The address of the In spector in whose district the improve ment is situated is H. R. BUTLER, Loxton. Neither the highest nor any offer ne cessarily accepted. A. H. PETKRS, Director of Lands.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Reunrk Irrigalk« Trut SURPLUS LAND FOR SALE TENDERS are hereby Invited for the purchase of all or any portion of the following' lands (1) Block 190 of Block £, approxim ately 7} acres. (2) Block 84 of Block E, approximate ly 10} acres. (3) Block 189 of Block B, approxim ately 7| acres. (4) Block 191 of Block E, approxim ately 81 acres. (6) Block 100 of Block E, approxim ately 9 acres. (6) Block 192 of Block E, approxim ately 6} acres. m Sale of the parcel of land first above mentioned will be subject to opening of Road Order. Tenderers are required to state the purposes for which they require any of the above land and the approxim ate area on which water will be re quired . Further particulars can be had from the Secretary of the Trust. Tenders must be sealed, marked "Tender for Land" and be In the hands of the undersigned not later than noon on 16th January. PETER CUTL.ACK, Renmark Chambers, Murray Avenue, RENMARK, Solicitor for Renmark Irrigation Trust.

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Super Shelters for 60,000 non combatant Londoners [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Super Shelters for 60,000 non'combatant Londoners London hu tight now deep-tunnel sholterc ready for use should the Luftwaffe attempt to repeat the blitz of 1940-41. . They are bomb, sat and water proof, and between them will hold 60,000 people. The entrance from the tube railway to one of the first dMp*tuftn»l shatter* to b* opmrnd.

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KINDNESS TO ANIMIALS—UNITY OF ALL LIVING THINGS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

KINDNESS TO ANIMlAiLS—UNITY OF ALL LIVING THINGS In the devotional life every living thing becomes related in our minds to God. Similarly, all beauty In nature speaks of Him, and much that once seemed ordinary, now becomes beauti ful. "We no longer think of the ani mal world as- something inferior, Its denizens become our leaser brethren. We respect their wonderful sagacity, we marvel at their cleverness and learn their faithful devotion to their young. In the eyes of a dog we see love re flected, and in the affection of a cat is the response to the love we. have given to it. This close companion ship with the animal world makes pur lives Richer, creates in, us an under standing of the unity' of all -living things, and helps us to foel devotion to God as ft natural thin?, essential totrue4happiness.. —Charles Ford, England. FOOLSCAP SHEET? for typist* 60 cherts for 9d. For th« be*t r« su1t» um foolscap pspsr obtalnabH «t fTh§ Murrmy PJ»nwmr" 01He&, fiiwi mirk. *... . ....

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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Bonnev Theatre, Barmera Saturday and Monday 9 and 11—; "Kitty Foyle" presents Ginger Rog ers ae a spirited Irish Girl in Phila delphia who envies the socialities and as a working girl falls in love with one of them, played by Dennis Mor gan. Later the scene shifts to New York. James Craig, Edwardo Cian nelli, Ernest Cossart and Giadys Coop er are also prominently featured. "Riot Squad" on the same programme, stars! ■ Richard Cromwell and Ritfe, Quigley. Wednesday, January 13.— "Man who Returned to Life," featuring John Howard. Susanna Foster car ries the principal dramatic role and sings weir in both classical and popu lar vein in "Magic in Music". Fea tured with Allan Jones, Margaret Lindsay and Lynne Overman, she plays the part of a street urchin who' is taken from a burlesque show into a national music institution.

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A YEAR OF TRANSFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

A YEAR OF TRANSFORMATION Surpassing either of its predecessors in the dimensions and scope of fight ing in World War II, the year 1942 was most notable for the improved out look for the United Nations which it eventually brought in its latter months. After a severe testing through months of reverses in the new, Pacific, theatre of war, followed by alarming withdrawals midway through the year in face of great drives by the Nazi forces on the southern Russia and north Africa fronts, we have been able to assume the initiative to an extent never previously attained. Prom this marked transformation on every major- battlefront we are justified in taking hope that'at last we may look forward with confidence to the even tual total defeat of the aggressor na tions in the not far distant future. The year 1942 opened with the Jap anese conquests in the south-west, Pacific continuing on almost unchecked. We suffered severe blows in the loss of Singapore, Java and Burma. The threat to Australia ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

murray Pioneer PUBL.IBHKD fciVERY THURSPAY RENMABE (Head Office), Box 18, Phone 3. BERRI—Phone 141, H. M. Harrison LOXTON—Phone 81, C. Jordan. BARM1SRA—Phone 14-D, Birmera Bakery. WAIK.ERIE—Phone 68, W. H. Catea. Head Officc Hours: Saturdays — 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Wednesdays — 9 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Other week days — 9 a_m. to fi TJ.m. Thurs., January 7, 1943

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LOCAL AND GENERAL RED CROSS CONTINENTAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

LOCAL AND GENERAL I RED CROSS CONTINENTAL Friday, February 5, has been -chosen as the date of the Bed Cross con tinental at Kenrnark. The ugly man competition will be finalized at this function. Candidates are Messrs. . W. V. Pendle, B. N. Sales and Col. Soden. I

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

PERSONAL Mr. C. McCarthy, accompanied by Mrs. McCarthy^ has arrived from Waikerie to take over the duties of station master at Renuiark. P.C. R. It. Heading of Renmarlt, has been transferred to tHindmarsh. He will be succeeded by P-.C. KLoop, from Pt. Lincoln,

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DEVLIN'S POUND SOCIAL IN HONOUR OF SOLDIERS Devlin's Pound, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

DEVLIN'S POUND , SOCIAL IN HONOUR OF SOLDIERS Devlin's Pound, January 4. A social evening was held in the Dev lin's Pound Hall on Saturday evening In honour of Troopers Ross LofEler And Tom Cain who are on leave. "There was a good attendance, visitors being present from Holder, Taylor ville, Cobdogla, and Barm era. Dance music was supplied by Messrs. JLange and H. Heindorf. A collection was taken for F.F.C.F. and Mr. A. G. Robertson welcomed the guests of honour, and also congratulated Sisters Nolan and Tremlett on their success in their recent examinations SCHOOL BREAK-UP A break-up party was held at the Devlin's Pound school. dames, com petitions and a treasure hunt were enjoyed by the children. The only candidate from the school (Alan Loft ier; was successful In the Q.C. ex amination. Mrs. J. Jj. Isomer's parents and Mr. and Mrs. J. Morphett visited "Wir rplyerna" "for the Christmas week end.—Mrs. IiofQer senr. and Miss Preda Loftier are staying at Devlin's Pound. —Mrs. J. L. Lof...

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ALAWOONA TEACHER FAREWELUED AT CHRISTMAS SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

ALAWOONA I I TEACHER FAREWELUED AT CHRISTMAS SOCIAL On Christmas eve a social was held In the Institute. ' There was a large attendance, the proceeds of the even ing amounting to £10. Games for the children and dancing were intersper sed with musical items by Misses Cor alie Jeffrey. Rita Flint and Mrs. Ted Schultz. Farewell speeches were made to Mr. and Mrs. Lance Hocking, of the School, Mr. Hocking having been transferred to Aecot Paris. He is being succeeded toy Mr. and Mrs. Murray. Speakers were Mrs. Cott rell (Infant Welfare Club); Mr. Flint and Mr. Kealley, Reference was made to the work done by Mr. Hock ing during his seven years at Ala woona. . He was keenly interested in the students and especially in the study of birds and flowers in the district, To his credit also was the teaching of the mandolin club. He was secretary of the Institute for some time, and both he and Mrs. Hocking had assisted in the work of the Meth odist Church. Mr. Flint, on behalf of the people of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKER1E. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Sales Second Saturday Month. Gofdsbrvvgh Mart & Co; Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Important Announcement E. W. SCHICK 'Phone: 18 — LOXTON Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd. Marketers of Mobiloil, Mobilgrease, Delvac Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greases, Vaodip, Vacmark, Gargoyle Spraying Oils, Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases, Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, and other famous Vacuum products. j a LIMITED NUMBER OF NEW HEADERS STRIPPERS SECONDHAND AND REBUILT heaoers, STRIPPERS AND HARVESTERS ! Just in time for harvest, we offer a range of mechanically sound machines at exceptional prices. Every machine is ready to start work. Write for details or arrange to inspect. G. 142 RABBIT AND FOX SKINS AIbo WATER RAT - KANGAROO AND SHEEP SKlNfc . HORSEHAIR HIDES - TALLOW. ETC. Rail to Mile End or Carrier to our 8 ton Prompt Cash. No Commission* CAIN & JACOB 187-9 Waymouth Street, ADELAIDE LfytyNlfiONS FOR MEN BACK OF THE MACHJNE THE VERY LATEST INFORMATION IN ...Oiesel Engineering ...Draftsmanship ...aircraft Woodworking ...Oxy ...

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The Things They Said [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

iThe Things They Said Judge from these excerpts from the writings of Latin historians, whether - the German nation has changed much; i _ Tacitus, in his famous history, said, "The Germans have imposed slavery on friend and foe alike. They have.never had more than one reason for crossing into Gaul—greed and lust and the longing for new abodes". Gregory of Tours, the monkish his torian; thus describes an earlier Hitler "Chrocus, King of the Alamans, raised an army and overran the provinces •f Gaul. This Chrocus is said to have been a'man of great arrogance" . The Roman historian, Marcellinus, •nee made; a prophecy: "These Ger mans are. barbarians whose rage and uncontrolled fury drove them to bring upon themselves the ruin of their own fortunes, crushed -As they are bound to be by our might."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

OGILVY & SONS Renmark Chambers, Renmark P.O. Box 6 — — — Phone 21 Licensed Auctioneers, Real Eatate Agents, Land Brokers, and Valuers Agencies:— New Zealand Fire Insurance, Co. Ltd.; National Mutual Life Association; Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company; Dal gety & Co. (Shipping Depart Vent); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd. Fares Booked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all. parts of the world. Travel by Air to all cities in Australia—Fares on application. If you desire to Sell your .pro perty, consult us first, we have genuine buyers and can arrange finance for intending purchas ers. NEW ZEALAND Insurance Co. Ltd. (Established 1869) Fire Worker* Compensation Accident Motor Car Local AgentB. Renmark .. .. Ogilvy & Sons Lozton .. T. P. Mackenzie Rerri .. . H. El. Hall & Co. RENMARK STUDIOS (J. A. Reiners) Portrature, Colouring, Enlarg ing, Copying and Picture F...

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MONASH Monaah. January 51 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

MOtfASH Monaah. January 5.1 Miss Sylvia Wilson, of the Whyalla primary School staff, has been ap pointed to MonasTh, to fill the vacancy caused by the transfer of 'Miss Monica Jenke to Nallsworth.—Misses Pamela and Helen Mclaren, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. S, McLaren, are spending a holiday in the Adelaide Hills.—Mr. and Mrs. R. Tafce are Visiting1 Mrs. Tabe'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. Cornwall. Miss Beth Schulz has returned to her home, after spending her holidays in Adelaide, Saddleworth, Mt. Tor rens and Renmarte.

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KINGSTON SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC 1 The kiddles of Kingston spent an enjoyable time at a picnic given by the Sunday school teachers, Mrs.. M. H. Verrall, Mis. A. Holmes and Miss T. Snow. Games and treasure hunts were enjoyed, Masters Barry Ziersch and Xiawrence Pope being the successful hunters. After tea all returned home on faorses and trollya.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

HAVE TOD RENEWED YOUH WAR IDAMAGE INSOfiiKCE FOB 1943 * • • DO IT NOW AT YOUR OWN INSURANCE OFFICE

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS New Years Eye Ball at Wmkie Winkle, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS New Years Eye Ball at Wmkie Winkle, January 6. *The Now Year's Eve ball held In the Wirikie Institute attracted a good attendance, and the usual happy time was spent The ball was arranged by the Institute Committee and the proceeds were in aid of the Institute. Splendid music was supplied by Mr. J. Irving'e orchestra, and the M.C. •was Mr. J. C. Gardiner. Supper was served by the members of ' the committee. lAt midnight the presi dent of the committee (Mr. Gardiner) wished all present a happy New Year and expressed the hope that 1943 would bring the end of hostilities and that all would be able to settle down to their peace-time task once more. All joined hands and sang "Auld Lang Syne", followed by the National An them. Dancing was resumed until 1 a.m. The sum of £14 was realized. * * . * * Malcolm Jaensch of the R.A.A.F. has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Jaensch.—Major C. and Mrs. Rumball accompanied by their younger son Peter have returned t...

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RENMARK WAR FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

RENMARK WAR FUNDS Previously acknowledged £4,^88/10/8; R.S.L. £2/4/2; National Bank state 9/-; "Murray Pioneer" staff 13/-; Pen die Motors staff IS/-; Sales' Staff 16/-. £4,493/10/10.

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