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"BERT" FRANCIS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

BERT " FRANCIS. {B^ one who knew him). When the late Capt. A. -Francis started to dismantle the hull of- the o'd '* Nil .Desperandum," Many and various -were the break^ given. Mm by tiie boys and the questions -fired athim as to what hs intended 4oiag Some thougiht he was getting ready for .Guy . Fawkes day ; others ' when, thsy saw_t^-Bteel .girders ^.aid to-" «sthe)r aW jwim piles reckoned it mUsfc. be a new punt,. To aU ftnd. sundry's the game reply was givan: " t am: making one.. <jf thope sort of things, ' You know.' " . One man, amone ths many who inspected the work stead ily progressing, took a kindly 'inter iest -in the energetic worker and to him ''-Bert""1 applied-for a suitable name' for his csaft. " Call it the Alpha." said h:£ friend, *' Why Alpha ? " asked Bert. " Well Bert,1' -tis. replied, " this is the beginning of your - beet fouilding enterprise, and .-I;am sure it -will not be the end," To-day every i low water finds the Alpha, Hoyal and Waikerie the l...

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THE LATE CAPT. A. FRANCIS. A CAREER OF VARIED AND USEFUL ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

THE LATE OAPT. JL F8&KGIB. , —. e— A CAREER OF VARIED AND USEFUL ENTERPRISE. Reference was made last week to she? ...great loss sustained . by the River, and by Waikerie in particular, through the untimely death of Mr.: Albert Francis. The following gcetch of ;Mj% Francis* singularly varied career, with some part of its crowd ed -record of useful service, is from the pen of our Waikerie correspon dent. Mr. Albert Francs was born at Gumeracha on August 16, 1874, and ^as educated at. the state - school (Mr. W. T. Shapter being the. head master) . Arriving at Mannum in 1890, Mr. Francis worked lor Mr. O. Lines at the blacksmith trade for about IS months, after which - he •joined the s.s. Ariel .as fireman. While on this steamer he lost the forefinger of his left, hand as - the resoit of>an accident with, a circular saw, ; In. 1892 he again returned : to his trade : as blacksmith, taking --a position with Messrs. . Shearer at rthjeir^-Mannum .foundry. After a ^hori jtime. he ...

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WAIKERIE. BAND CONCERT. Waikerie, Sept. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

WAIKERIE. i ' x BAND CONCERT. - x . Wsikerie, Sept. 21. A brass band contest .took place this ^"afternoon between . the-Murray Gofrohatien Brass. . Band and. the. Waikeric District Band on thesbow-1 ground at Walker le, in the presence ! of a large number of .people. Four selections ^were-given'" ~By 'each band, and the judes;. .Mr- Cornell .Jfrcam mfei $ufc %uVj$n ^ Mparatin®. „ .them. ?:,-Otra of a possible ~325 !ppinfcs-,the ^aikeri'ej District-Band s&red 2507'the -Murrayj Gorofiation' Baiid. 3280'.At - -tlie - con tusion' of " the„< contest,, Mr. 1 Odgeyain a few " well cho3en words.] expressed the pleasure, that had been dgiivef, |rp,m-. at- the -opportilnity af- | for<te«i"!the residents of hearing the ; bands, xompet?,.-. aad-the- sp'ortsman- ■ -ike conduct of the Murray -Corona-. tion Band in jourtteyingjirom^ rook. In ihe Overling ^ihesolb - com petitions tbofc place In Jthe Waikerie - hall, which resulted ak follows:— Cornet solo, R. A. Woolfo...

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Sept. 18, Sept. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Sect. 18. Sent 25: TH3 DABLIKG. '•:S5S&r- a- £* Mogil ... 20 ,Iow Banron ••• 6 4}" Namoi ... -®®,- ^ $* Brewarrina .... 85 5 Sf Bonrke ... 40 1 If "VVilcatmia ... 36 4 5* . Memndie ... . ...— ... UCEBPMBtDaKB . Gundagai ... 21 v 6 9£ Wagga ... 20. ; . 9 Of Hay ... 16 - 6 2* Balranald ... 18 - 6 0J the mubbai . * Albttry ... 14 9 8J Kcbuca ... 28 13 4* Boston ... 32 14 7J Wentworth ... 82 11 0J Benmark ... 20 - 10 7J Morgan ... 80 - 11 7*' Siring* Stationaryt Falling }

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SPRING GYMKHANA. CLEAN RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

SPRING GYMKHANA. OLEAN RAPING. The. spring. Gymkhana meeting'; the Henmark f ACillg club took 'rplate:;] VeBteT-tlay' under perfect. weather . cdfc-'j ditioas. There was & ■ fair atteadafiftei and a gdod day's cport, With •efitifife'l 1? clean racing? tmw witneBsea, ■Rs-l suits jeera as f&Tlovre- t- -<i HURDLES/ — 11 Lilock, 3, "Miseion, Bpy, 3. 'B.D.I. ... •WBI/fSHi--—IV Lord:; CfiarU® ; Z. Dixie, 3. 'Simon. '" PUBLICAN'S. PURSE.—1.- Par;oDla 2. W&roc&a. 3. Tranemitto." MAIDENS. — 1. Rituable, 2. Idl# Girl; Saikeroo. - . RAILWAY HANDICAP1. Rusty, 2. Simon, 3. Lindsay Mac. t4DIES' - RACS.—1. Heado-wbanb, 2. Lord Charlie. 3. Pareoola. CONSOLATION.—1. Simon, 2, Idle Girl a. Sa.'keroo. . v A iuller Mfidrt -of proceedings Will appsaf fleit i#«9k, _ 3?.MURRAY BYRNE. B.D.O.A.. R ePRACTXOKIST AKD Eye SPECTAfctSTr'Yf . HqnUfiblf. Br iJdlttgs,.CoJl!nB St f ^bNsrrte. havlii? COWrJet^ 1 sac* WtWuii^s llow.tir Rf« i«Rrk Vfid ta'?v b? cottf ulte&amp...

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BERRI EIGHT HOURS SPORTS. HANDICAPS FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

BERR1 EIGHT HOURS SPQRtS. HANDICAPS FOR NEXT WED NESDAV, SHEFFIELD " HANDICAP,' - - - _ ■ v - Yd«. ■W.' A. Rodgera, ... • ,.. 7 A. -Tipping (Ass.)-.- 9 L. Johnson ..." ... ... TO J. SyMens . „"v. ... -...-10 A. R. Btachling ... ... 11 H. P. Hpdge. ..,..* ...32.,,;. 11 A. Gi NitBChke" ... s v. ; 12' L. Ottrrdl!'1'J..i ... ... "12 C. L. Wade ... ... „i i3 T. S. -Day - ... .... ... 13 ;Ii. Parsons V.;'- ... .13' R-Tf "Nolata^.i ... .; 33 M. Rosenthal ... ;' 13" T. -C. Anvey ... - "G. liewisji...... - ; 14.. P. Hk Grfeger-' -• ... -f (a. 16 M. H. ©utpjier'. ' ... 15 J. Parley^.- ... - ... . 16 - -HURDLES.- - V - •" Yds., A. -Tipping (Asfi.) ... '^.1 L. Johnson-" ... "... ..,..'il J, Symens-. - ... \ ... .3,1 A. R. Stachling ... ... 13 E. Dennett 'r,v "..V lb. T. Marsh ,... - ' ?16 ^ .M. H. ..Butcher - ,'j'.V 47 ■ 220 YARDS' HANDICAP. ; -- ^ ... , Yds. W. A, Rodgers "V.I ...... .9 . L. Johnson ... ... . ,,1 ..... 10 J. Symens 12 A. R. Stachling ... 14 H. P. Hodpe - ... ...' ... 15 A. G. ...

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RENMARK BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

RENMARK BOY SGQUTS. By " The Pathfinder." His Excellency the Governor is tht Chief Scout of South Australia, and naturally Rerunark scouts are anxi ous to give him a great welcome. At the Rally in Adelaide last year, the Renmark troop came under special notice.- Our boys were- the farthest out scouts in S.A. to attend. As the Governor and Baden Powell passed along the boy-line, these gentlemen halted and conversed with us in a ..friendly way. Scoutmaster A. Barber has been appointed Dis trict S.M. pf the Murray district. A.n Association is being formed . control ing a 20 mile radius from Renmark. The old Committee,, new members and Scout Masters, will control that area : in which are included Berri,. Lyrup, Paringa, : and- up to the border, also other places. Any boys from Border to Boggy Flat wishing to become-scouts -should write to me: C/b. Boy. Scouts; Renmark. Some Paringa boys are getting " keen." I have found a good Scout Master for you. Come and see us anytime.. I trust any ...

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

'SOMETHING The Whole Family Can Enjoy ! A eSKTlFROM KUHNKL'S. YOUR HOME, no matter how well furnished or bow beautiful, is not complete without aPIANO,and nolime offers greater opportunities to buy a FIbko tban bow. A PIANO is a fllfl for »very mem ber of a household ; a gift that wall always be used, appreciated and, valued; a gift that you cbe consider a yrofitafrle Investment. Call or .writ^ fr r beautiful Catalogue of . BECHSTEIN Pianos, LIPP Pianos. «ORS & KALLMANN PilnOI, FAUST Pi snot, . WALDORF Pianos, Of ESTEY ORGANS. SOLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S, 134 RUNDLE STREET.

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

PERSONAL. Mr. H. Turner, of May's Motor 1 Works, reports hiving supplied an Empire car to Dr. Hayward, of , Loxton. Mr." J. McGregor passed through Renmark last Saturday on his way back from the city with a new Buich car. R. MURE&Y BYRNE. B.D.O.A., Eye Specialist and Optician, can be con? suited in the Kenm&rk Tinat Office, Murray Avenue (first door inside) front 9 a.tn. to 5 p.m. Show Day up to noon, i h s 'no ice is particularly for visitors de airuus of procuring skilled ett niion.* Mrs. E. Crozier. who has been visiting her mother in Benmark, re turned during the week to Moorna station. She was driven as far as Kulnine by Mr. Eve. The Rev. Henry Howard's visit to Renmark will be long remembered by whose who were fortunate enough to hear this gentleman. ■ Our eminent visitor will maintained his reputation as a prince of preachers, and his oration on Monday night was an eloquent and stirring appeal on be half of the *' Higher Patriotism." On" Sunday morning Mr. How...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents] LOXTON. Loxton, Sept. 29. SUCCESSFUL SHOW CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

[From our Own Correspondents 1 , LOXTOfii. - • £i6xto!i, Sept. 23.. SUCCESSFUIi SH'^MiGONCERT- ' i The Loxton institute was literally '' packed with people on.show night to j " witness the drama;entitled *• Blow } for Bioy ; acted Jfey; . the Loston ^.Dramatic tTnion." '{yVer -50 people ! were- unable to -obtain admittance and tha attendance was a record one . lor Loston. The draniatic club gave ■s really creditable performance and the crowd proved to be a.-very, ap preciative audience: <; The 'Proceeds of the concertamounted to £22. -A danco followed the drama and a further £10 was taken. " The . various danceB were _ eucifessfiilly negotiated by thosi present, not without, how ever a gooddeal of jostling owing I to- the" hall being" really, overcrowd ed. The show committee will receive £20 frorn;the proceeds and the Insti tute £10,...while a 17/-. balance will be placed ;.to the credit of the "dramatic club. ...Mr/ A; M. Hilbig, ■who was responsible for the show. concer...

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

"A Pair of Spectacles/1 A COMEDV'IN THRB8 ACTS, . Adapted from the tfrenck by Sidney Gnlildy, AT THE RENMARK INSTITUTE, Saturday, October 4th, 1913. . —-C H A R ACT B R Si—± Mr Benjamin Goldfinch i ... Mr. G.I?. SAlil? AM-CLAR35 Uncle Gregory (kis brother) Mr. P.^CflAMBBELAnf Percy (his soil) MH. A. W. HARLOW Dick (his nephew) ...» . ... MA. G. W- BENIfETt Lorittler (his friend,) . ... . Mb' s. H> SLEMIlSG Bartholomew (his shoemaker) • • Mr« Hi <5. "EVANS Joyce (hisSutler) ' .»» • »« .. Mr» G. Bi OGIIfVY Another Shoemaker ... ... . ... Mr. R. S. evans Mrs. Goldfinch (his Wife) ..c ;U ' „» MES.*fi. G. SVA.S3 Lucy Lorimer (Lorimer's daughter), ... Mrs. LEN PITT Charlotte (a parlourmaid)' ... -..." Mrs.G. B. OGILVY -act I.— SCKNH: a T>mkkst room in Goldfinch's bouse. Time, morning. r-act II. Scenb ; The^eame, Next morning. —act III.*- " . Scene t Tbfcsame. Evening. N.B.—The Audience are PatlcaUHy Requested to take their Sett* before the Raising of theCutialn tor each A...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

THE PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. The following is a list of the mem bers of Parliament and/other gentle men who were expected to accom pany his Excellency the Governor on the railway journey from Adelaide to Paringa yesterday, and who will be Renmark's .guests to-day : — Hons. Sir Richard Butler (Commissioner of Public Works), L. O'Loughl n (Speaker), ; A. H, Peake (Premier), F. W. Young (Com. Crown Lands}, J. G. Bice (Chief Secretary), T. Pascoe (Minister of- Agriculture), Messrs. Angus, Blacker, Blundell, Bodey, Chesson, Cole, Caneybeer, Denny, _G6ode, Green, Hague, Hegga ton, Herbert, R. Homburg, Jackson, MacGillivray, McDonald, Miller, Mosley, Pflaum, . Ponder, Ritchie, Rudall, Smeaton, South wood, Vau ghan (Leader of Opposition), mem bers of the House of Assembly ; and the Hons. J. Cowan, W. Hannaford, -7. Jelley, J. Lewis, E. Lucas, Sir JT. ;L. Stirling (President), A. von Doussa." A. W. Styles, J. P. .Wilson, and F. S. Wallis,. of the Legislative Council ; Sir J, L. Bonython, the Rai...

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TO-DAY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

TO-DAY'S SHOW. For the sake of visitors, it may la® as well to. point out that to-day's show will be principally one ol horses in action, although fresh and dried fruits will play "their part in it. The inside display ^ will suffer greatly by reason of the excision of tha flower, art, home produce, and similar sections from the schedule. The' absence of a sufficiently large hall on the show grounds to accom modate at one time the very fine display of "^inside " exhibits which are usually staged in - a one'-day'i show at Renmar'£. For this reason it has been found again necessary this year to divide the show into two: and the second one will be held in the Institute hall on the 23rd of this month. It is probable that there will be a lair display of fruit to-day, but vegetables promise to . be very poor, owing to the effects, of the unparalleled frosts of the late winter and to other causes.

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POPULAR PREACHER WANTS A REST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

popular prbjachsr wants a rbst, ! A " good sort " to meet is tbe ltev." Henry Howard—a m&fl'i mftn and a first rate feU'bw, as well aa an elo. q'Seilt add pbpdlar preacher, and one whose . lamfe ban- • upread far beyond Aitstrilfan shores. (Hid ' preaching was TiSlled with . delight by < British audiences, and,few men's -published sermons make better , reading) . But it Inay be doubted whether it has a very. kindly _ joke that bis clericaiV brethren played oji him Vlien. they made him president of /the Methodist Conference, . . 'The reverend gentleman wore - an air ot Treaiioess when bevcame into the "pioneer J" office - On Saturday. In -reply . to -our.; aiiestionihg Mr. Howard averred .that - he bad found the,trip up by river delightful. The onjy drawback wa'S rits brevity. " wanted" It to last r flix months;" he, said,- " I w&nt a reati,,1 He was off on Tuesday lor Waiketie. Was hi goingto stay there -any. -time ? " He nouidpi't \ssij1..These chat>8,...

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A FIELD TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

A FIELD TRIAL. ;V-A field, trial "ol Clarence H. Smith's Ltd. stump jump implements was held on Messrs. btoeckel and Son's farm' at Paringa on Tuesday after noon. The first implement tried was a one was) independent jumt> 8-fur row dieo cultivator (or plough). This is quite a new idea, being carried on four _ straight wheels, w th the draught pulling from the -hack of the plough von the off Bide, thereby pre venting aw- cribbing whatever, - the impiemOTt following. the horses -per fectly i- -Another Improvement notice able on this implement is the im proroed spflng release which aUows of feasy jumping. .when - ploughing: , the jhafrdespt land, and-the above, firm tb have Overcome th® old ; trouble of fee bearings wearing -out [all toe-soon, having" designed a bear ing that will stand any amount of i wear; ?pieAnert implement tried1 wag a 12-furfow twin -cultivating plough, spring release .draught; At there war no land handy suitable for this im-, plement it was worked on hard un ...

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

DISTRICT NOTES. The Government telegraph line re pairer, Mr. Zerbe, with four men is at present camped at Ral Ral. The party left Gawler in June and expect to reach the N.S.W. border in about three weeks' time. Very many of the wooden telegraph posts have to toe replanted, that is taken out and re tarred if necessary. Shearing at Murthoo had to be stopped during last week, on account of thei rain. Mr. R. Stoeckel reports, ■30 points on the 25tli ol September.) Regarding wheat crops, Mr. Stoeckel is afraid that the rains came rather too late for many of the late sown crops. Mr. Rosenthal, of Renmark, ad vises that he has taken an agency for the Metz car of 22£ h.p. The. Metz car, which - is low priced and weighs Tonly 11 cwt., is expected to prove very suitable for these parts. Mr. Joseph Timms, the contractor for the Paringa railway, has arrang ed td present his Excellency*' the Governor with a silver sDike in com tnemoration of the driving of the last spike of the line thlamorning....

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YESTERDAY'S WIRE. Adelaide, Oct. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 3 October 1913

YESTERDAY'S WIRE. Adelaide: Oct.. 2. .'.".By 22 votea to IS the Constitution' Bill passed its Refloat reading in tba Assembly jtt lour o'clock on. Wednes day THisral&B --«tter an all night Hitting. " . - ' The FremieE. has announced that he will make hie Budget apeach pa ■October1 9i - ". - - ' " '-V In the Legislative..- Council yest«f-. day the- Chief Secretary informed Mr. von DbUSfia thaV the LOXt&tilina will cost approximately £$3,00f)~f&r the 21 miles. Bishop Wilson, speaking- at thi Anelican Synod on* W«iliesday# di .clar§a^thfl.t clergymen wcrt-feteiving less c^alary than butehefs, Deftfi Youre'asserted that the clergy had the ire&test: diffiouliy in p&ylag tlifilf watfT. > ■>* v Pair of Speeiaetes." — G< ffywam-ClarJt and his tafrnted totnpimy, ftimmirk Institute, offer

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AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

auctions. Our advertising columns contain announcements of the following; sales. Tp-morrow (Oct. 11) Mr. F. Jones' furniture and trade effects ; also val uable town lots; by Ogilvy and Evans. On tbe 18th at ;Loxton, Mr. F. W. Hamdorf:B town "lots and bouse; 20 acres purpetual lease, household furniture and poultry, by Bagot, Shakes & LewjaLtd. , On Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Loxton, special sale of horses "(150 head) i>y Bagot. Shakes & Lewis , Ltd.; start ing pn -the same date at Kapunda, 500 horses for Mr; Kidman, by Coles arid Thomas. On Saturday, Oct'. 25, at Waikerie, Mr. A. Foster's horses, implements, furnfture, etc.., by Mr; F. > Williams, and on the same day Messrs. Bapot, Shakes & Lewis Ltd';, will olfer 71 new freehold township allotments at Loxton on behalf of Mr. J ohn. Drabfach. Special attention is asked for the important announce ment dealing with this laat men tioned sale.

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A RARE MUSICAL TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

A RARE MUSICAL TBSA?. Music lovers and amusement fleekera iD ttais district will Indeed lie deligh . ted t*6 liea'r that the famous brilliant eangstresB, Madame Lena : Coaly, who®& Adelaide season has proved the same phenomenal' success as her triumphant tbor through the Eastern Stages, -wfiU-ViBit 3$eflmark <kl Sat urday, .November 1, • when she will appear at"\$he Institute Hall. A mag^ficent pragramme will be sub mitted, and the most captious critic cannot, hut be pleased with' the brilliant and:,versatile company as I , . . ' • ^ - sieting this great artiste, whose visit will certainly be a red letter day ixi this district. Among the half dozen artists assisting appears the-name of Mr. Will Elder, -who is said to be one of the greatest humorists and moBt excruciatingly funny entertainers of the present day. The box-plan is now open at GiWfons' Bros. Fuller particulars will# be. found in our advertising columns.

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THE TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

THE TR&N SERVICE. Regular traih'VBervice will com mence ^between Parirtsa and Adelaid^ ; on -Monday next. .A train Will. leave Adelaide on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at 6.45 a.m,.. reaching ,Par i ing'a at 9.22 p.m. The. P^ringa to Adelaide train will run -ou^Tuesdaye, Thursdays and Saturdays leaving at 5.20 a.m. antf reaching' the city at 7.5S p.m. Passengers Ay rail from P&ringa to the city. wUl change trains at "Tailem Bend. Mr; Clifford, the Paringa Railway statidnmaster, will arrive - at the terminusto-iriorrow, It ie expected I that' tiiie official will have.'a busy, time of it. . Four special :_stqck; trains; Will ' arrive at Paringa tb-mbrrow.i and it is ejected that some 5,000 sheep will be trucked Jo. Adelaide on Monday. AU. necettez^ aivangements are being made by: the raiiwpy officials to cope .with this important ^branch of traffic. The ^faring*. punt will faeclose4 to . vehi?ulftr .±raffic oa Mondaymbraingr, as 2,000 sheep have to be crossed^over tb...

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