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MOOROOK Moorook. January 5 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

MOOROOK Moorook. .Tfli-maw R A very successful ball was held at Moorook on New Year's night to aid the D.B.N.S., proceeds amounting t* £21. Visitors were present from Lox ton, Waikerie, Kingston and a Mur ray Valley Camp. Ern Eime and his Rhythm Boys supplied the music. Mr. A. Edwards was M.C. An aus terity supper (consisting mainly of sandwiches) was served. The secre tary was Miss M. J. Scott.

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

R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance . and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides; Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, "Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 2t RENMARK

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Birth At the Renmark District Hospital, on the 22nd December to Mavis, wife of Harold Mapey—a son. Marriage On November 28, 1942, Gwendoline Veronica, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jones of Unley, to William George, son of Mr. and Mrs. "William Holt, of St. Leonards, Glenelg, in St. Augustine's Church, Unley. Rev. Weston officiated. Engagement | SLADE—HERITAGE — The engage ment is announced of Morna, young est daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. C. W. Slade of Perth, W.A., to Cpl. Stanley W. Heritage, R.A.A.P., only son of Mrs, W. Marsh and the 1oUb Mr. S. Heritage, of Port Adelaide. Deaths CRABB—On 30th December, Alfred, the loved husband of the late M. EJ. Crabb and the loved father of Dolly, Birdie, Eric and Richard. Aged 83 years.. {'Suddenly). BARFIELD—L/Cpl. Bob, eldest soil f>f Mr. and Mrs. Barfield of Berri, killed in action in New Guniea on De cember 8th. Aged 21 years. In Memoriam MARKHAM—In memory of loved brother and brother-in-law, Pte. Alex Markham, killed in ...

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

TROOPS TO ADELAIDE Direct Road Service at Concession Rates Military Men in Uniform may now uee the Service of between Adelaide and the Upper River Murray TIME ■ TABLE Leaves Renmark for Adelaide: Mon., Wed., Fri, Sat.—11.30 a.m. Leaves Adelaide for Renmark: Mon., Tues., Thurs, Sat.—8 a.m. FARES—BETWEEN ADELAIDE and Waikerie - Kingston - Barmera Berri - Renmark SINGLE 15/-; RETURN 25/ Further Details and Reservations ' from LOCAL AGENTS: RENMARK—R. P. James & Co., ' Telephone 27. BARMERA—Mr. R. <3. Bishop'* Cafe, Telephone 176. BERRI—Mr. Rowe, Newsagent, : WAIKERIE—Mr. L. Beck's C»f«, Telephone 152. MURRAY VALLEY COACHES JTY. LTD. i 430 Li Collins St, Melbourne, CI SAVE MONEY By purchasing your Meat from RENMARK BUTCHERY * BAKERY CO ITD Telephone Renmark 8 and 14. •WHERE KEEN BUYERS MEAT" CAN A TEACUP"" n TELL YOUR FORTUNE. Perfiopsl But tha piedirtiu.it 01 tuitunc tellers have a habit oi being wrong. To restrict spending to an absolute Dinimum Is nol only a contri...

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Berri Dance for Cheer Up Hut [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

There was a good attendance at the -dance held in the Rivoli Theatre Berri, on Tuesday, December 15, the proceeds of which were in aid of Oie Cheer-Up Hut. Mr. G. McGlasson was M.C., ^assisted by Mr. F. Hep worth. Mr. J. Irving's orchestra sup plied the music and a very jolly even ing was spent. Those assisting with the supper arrangements were Mes dames J. N. Morrison, L. S. Trenaman, P. H. Nixon, G. J. Codrington, H. Rowe, F. Hepworth, H. M. Harrison, N. S. Fotheringham, W. J. Maw,by. and G. Browne. The Cheer-Up funds will benefit to the extent of about £17 from the evening. FAREWELL TO MRS. W. J. MAWBY A farewell afternoon in ^honour of Mrs. W. J. Mawby was held in the Rivoli Theatre arranged by the various organizations with which Mrs. Mawby had been associated. The president of the Mothers and Babies Health Association (Mrs I>. L. Brugeaud) oc cupied the chair. Competitions were arranged "by Mesdames Brugeaud, Cod rington and R, Eitzen, and winners were Mesdames E. G. Morris...

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Christmas Carnival at Roxy Theatre [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Christmas Carnival at Roxy Theatre On Wednesday, December 30, 700 persons attended a Christmas carnival at the Roxy Theatre, Renmark. Pro ceeds were in aid of the Renmark Soldiers Social Committee and the Sports Committee of the 25th Garrison battalion. The function was an out standing success from every angle. Capt. Brown and his men installed lights, attended to the dancing floor, helped erect the stalls and . saw that there was plenty of hot water avail able. The following assisted: Cpl. Carie, Cpl. Furnell, L./Cpi. Brewer, Ptes. Hatch, Ralston, Soraghan, Pullman, Rowe, Graetz, Longbottom, Coles, Warncken,. Mitchell, Reese, Edwards, Elston. A ballet with soldiers dressed as dancing girls performed during the evening. They were Cpl. Cairne, Ptes. Bishop, Edwards, Elston, Carter,, Mayne, Pullman, Reese, Wright, Ral-' ston, Mitchell, Warncken, Soraghan and Rowe. A good turn was that given by Pte. Tom Edwards and1 riders of the Purple Sage." Music waB supplied by the Berri Rhythm &am...

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R.S.L. Problems Committee [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

R.S.L. Problems Committee At the monthly meeting of the Ren mark R.S.L. Sub-branch on Monday Mr. T. F. Spurling gave, a resume of the recently established Ero.blems Com mittee formed by a number of branches on the Murray. Mr. Spurting and Mr. w. F. H. Edmonds were delegates to a large meeting held, at Barmera. Mr. Spurling said that he. considered those present represented about. '1,000 Diggers. He felt sure that the Prob lems Committee would -serve a'.useful purpose. It is hoped to publish re ference to recommendations made by the committee later.'

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

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

CHURCH NOTICES Renmark Methodist SUNDAY, JANUARY ' 10 1 Rev." F. "V. Hansen. RENMARK—11 a.m. "Good Newe." 7 p.m.—"Almost Persuaded". L.YRUP—3 p.m. Rev. F. V. Har<sen Wilkinson Memorial Congregation, Renmark (Presbyterian CTinrch Associated) SUNDAY, JANUARY 10 11 ia.m. and 7.30 p.m. REV. L. G. KAY Please not© altered time of even' ing service. Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, JANUARY 10 Service. RENMARK—10.30 a.m.—Reading Service. BERRI—7 p.m. Reading Service . TALDRA — 10.30 a.m. Preaching - Servic.e ' LYRUP—8 p.m. Preaching Service Rev. O. W Backen.

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DANGEROUS BRIDGE JOB ELIMINATED Successful Representation By Visitor to Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

DANGEROUS BRIDGE JOB ELIMINATED Successful Representation By Visitor to Renmark Some months .back a visitor to Ren mark, Mr. Chas. W. Priest, Adelaide businessman, drew attention to the un duly dangerous job which railwaymen were required to perform when oper ating the lifting span of Paringa bridge, to permit the passage of river steam era. This was given publicity in the columns of "The Murray Pioneer". Mr. Priest, however, did not let the matter rest there, but brought it under the notice of the Minister of Railways and others. So successful were his j representations that it was not long be fore the matter was righted. Now, in- 1 stead of the employee having to climb up a dangerous .unprotected ladder to the motor on an elevated platform, the lifting span is no woperated from the bridge. Railwaymen and the dis trict are indebted to Mr. Priest for the elimination of the "death trap." In a letter dated December 16, Mr. Priest has forwarded the following: — "In Appreciation" "Sir,—...

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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

RENMARK AIR ROSTER , MONDAY, January 12, 0100 hrs., J. Rhode; 0400, A.- Joneef; 0700, W. Williams, L. Woods; 1000, H. Evans; 1300, Mrs.'R, Swan; 1600, C. Rendell; 1900, W. Burns; 2200, R. Hameister. TUESDAY, 0100 hrs., R. HUU 0400, H. Schubert; 0700, E. Jenkins; 1000, Miss M. Hamister; 1300, Mrs. E. Riedel; 1600, Miss L. Board; 1900, MisB G. Dlx; 2200, D. Leahy. WEDNESDAY, 0100 hrs., L. Haynes; 0400 L. Simmon^; 0700 H. Fisher,;' 1000 Mrs. J. Price; 1300 Mrs. G-. Hamister; 1600, F. Cockington; 1900, Miss N. Richter; 2200, C. Freeman. THURSDAY, 0100 hrs., K. Kosking; 0400, R. Jones; 0700, J. Jenkins; 1000, M. Green; 1300, Mrs. / E. Matulick; 1600,v Ai. Hickey; 2200, L. Lellman. FRIDAY, 0100 hrs, B. Steer; 0400, K. Snodgrass;" 0700, W. "Williams, L. Woods; 1000, Mrs. D, Ogilvy, Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300, Miss M. Hamister; 1600, W. Board"; 1900, D. Olorenshaw; 2200 C. Wood. SATURDAY, 0100 hrs., G. Ward; 0400 K. Weidenhofei'; 0700, L. Humphries; 1000, Mrs. Price; 1300, A. Bayly; 1600, Miss M....

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Mr. Georere Ouinn [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Mr. Georere Ouinn Fruitgrowers along the River •will learn with regret of the passing on January 1, of Mr. George Quinn, aged 74, chief horticulturist of the Depart ment of Agriculture for many years 'intil his retirement in 1935. He was closely asosciated with the establish ment of the Government Experimental Orchard at Berri and'with the devel opment of the irrigation fruit grow ing areas generally. Widely ack I nowledged as an authority on fruit growinc. the principal work from his | pen was his handbook on "Fruit Tree [ and Grape Vine Pruning" whieh, running into quite a number of editions, be came accepted throughout Australia as a standard,guide and gained con siderable recognition in New Zealand South Africa and places even further afield. He was a regular attendant at Agricultural Bureau conferences and other gatherings and will be favour ably remembered by many a settler for his helpful advice at a time when blockers as a whole knew far less about the principles of fruit gr...

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Mr. H. C. Pritchard [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Mr. H. C. Pritchard Another Department of Agriculture officer whose death, also occurring on January 1, will be widely regretted bv River Murray primary producers, is Mr, ■ H. C. Pritchard, aged 62, for the past 1G years general secretary of the Agricultural Bureau . of South Aus tralia and editor of the "Journal of Agriculture." ' Mr. . Pritchard was formerly secretary and house master at Rosewothy Agricultural College, and served in World War I. He rendered valuable service to the Agricultural Bureau movement and liis assistance will .be acknowledged toy branch sec retaries. He was a familiar figure at the various River Bureau confer ences, the details for which were largely entrusted to his capable-hands.

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MRS. W. D. THAMM, FORMERLY OF MORGAN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

MRS. W. D. THAMM, FORMERLY nr unefiiN News has .been received of the sud den death at the age of 33 years of Mrs. W. D. Thamm, wife of Mr. Wally Thamm, who was a postal official at Morgan for many years, and then trans, ferred to Mount Pleasant. Besides a widower one daughter survives.

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DATES TO REMEMBER AUCTIONS AND MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

DATES TO REMEMBER AUCTIONS AND MAR if pre January 8—Sale of Kruit Block. R. O. Pox. Barmera. January 14—Loxton Market, Golds brough Mort & Co. Ltd.

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

CRICKET RENMARK v. BERRI—Renmark 130. for 8 wickets.—Dyer 28, Grosvenor 27, N. Marshall 35, A. Roberts 14, D. Seekamp 3, K. Matulick 9, Laube 0, J, Norton 1, Nattrass n.o. 4, T, Wood n.o. 10, sundries 4. Bowling —J. Dorrington 0/29; Mortimer 2/38 Harris 1/31; Flegert 1/-19; Scriven 3/8. Berri 134 for 6 wickets.—Andary 6! H. Stone 17, E. Harris 20, Fiegert 16, J. Mortimer -32, M. Scriven 27, J. Dorrington 12 n.o., sundries 4. Bowling—Seekamp 1/22; Wood. 0/13; Marshall 1/18; Lindner 1/12; Roberts 0/16; Dyer 0/15; Norotn 0/12; Matulick 1/9; Nattrass 0/8. NEXT SATURDAY'S GAMES—Bar mera v. Renmark; Group 1 v. No. 10 Camp; Group 2 v No. 9. * Renmark team—Dyer M.arshall, Gros venor, Roberts, Lindner, K. Matulick, Nattrass, Seekamp, J. Norton, Rogers, Heading. Reserves—-Wood, Laube. The team will leave Holden's corner at 1.16 p.m.

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

r WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE AND KEEP FEELING FIT,' take CARTERS UTILE UVER PIUS Price 1/3 Distributors:' Fassett & Johnson Ltd., Sydney

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MORGAN Morgan, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

MORGAN Morgan, January 5.1 Misses K. and U. Whelan have left for a holiday at Mount Gambi^r."— Sgt. J. Quinn returned to N.S.W. on Monday.—Mr. A. L. Doherty of the P.O. staff, has commenced annual holidays. He is being relieved by Mr. ( J. Owens, of'Barmera.—Mr. Jas. Pendle is leaving to make: his home at Ren- ; mark.—Nurse J.. Clifford, of Adelaide Mrs. Charlesworthy and family, of ' Whyalla, and Mr. J. D, Quinn, of Adelaide, spent the' holiday at Morgan. —Mr. and Mrs. P. Fuller and daughter of Adelaide, are staying with Mrs. Fuller's father, Mr. J. G. Stasinowsky. —Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davies have returned from the city.—Mrs. Kay ScheU returned to Peterborough on , Saturday.—Mr. and Mrs. J. Norman and family are holidaying in Adelaide.— Mrs. N. Brus and family, of Kapunda, are staying with Mrs .Bras'a mo.ther, Mrs. E, French-.

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LYRUP Lyrup, January 5. SOI DIER'S COMMITTEE DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

LYEUP X-yrup, January 5. cai niPRR' r.nMMiTTfc nANr.F On Saturday the Lyrup Soldiers Wel fare Committee held a dance. There Was a good attendance with, visitors from Renmark and. Berri. Due to an oversight the orchestra was not engaged, and music was supplied by [.Mrs R. C. Harrington and Miss Doreen Tfaa-yne. Miss Irene Brown was M.C. . Mr. R. C. Harrington sold tickets, and Mr. V. E. Pomroy was door keeper. Pte. Lt Anderson is spending leave with his parents, Mi. and Mrs. W. Anderson,—A-C. L. Wright has been home on leave with his parents, Mr. and/ Mrs. P. W. Wright.—Mr. and Mrs. P. Schutz have returned from Monarto. —Mrs. Walker sen. has returned to Lyrup.—Mrs. Norm Tschlrpjg has re turned after visiting her people at Tanunda.—Miss D. Brown has returned after visiting- her aunt, Mrs. Lambert, at "Veitch.—Mrs. Lambert spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Harold Brown.—Mr. V. Pomroy has returned from the city.—Mr. and Mrs. A. Pomroy have returned from the city. They were accompan...

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

HORSEHAIR WANTED Tails and Manes ^ Highest Cash Prices. S.A. BRUSH CO. LTD., 167; Flinders Street, Adelaide. OUTSTANDING FEATURE w PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Ycur Entertainment by Local Interests 9M «.m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS strange as it seems . Dramatised events that prove "Truth is stranger than Fiction" imp ^ Wednesdays patriotic parade „ Soul-stirring Melodies ami Marches of topical Interest thuwoays dream time Melodious Songs and'Beautiful Verse. "'"days cameos of melody 1M p.m. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS swing-hi 8wing Selections from 6RM'S Record Library A46 p.m. FRIDAYS jhusical highlights Geme of Melody from the World'* faivourltes keep .yourself informed Overseas News Services Six Times Dally ; -- • r - ^ NIGHTLY (siMipt Saturdays) '

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