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

PARENGA TOWNSHIP. On Saturday laBfc a number of township allotments at Paringa, close to the railway station site, were offered for sale by Messrs. Coles and Thomas, on behalf of Mrs. Dow ling.- The land offered is part of Mrs. Bowling's perpetual leasehold, and the transfers are subject, to the consent of the CominiesSbbner-'. of Crown Lands. The hammer wielded by Mr. Norman Colt&;.' £n& Mr.. Thomas was also preBent;--* Njpt many ' buyers were present, but- good ' prices ruled, some dozen^llQtmeo'fe averaging £25 a piece. slftiSttgr- thfe buyers wasMr. J. McGregor, of Cal Lai. There are already rumors of .the projected building of a store, "black smith and butcher's shops on the i nfew township- site. Messrs. Ogilyy and Brans .are the local' agents for the property. ...

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

LOXTON PHAIIMACT.—F. CJottreU M.P.S.8.A., manager. Chemist and Druggist', Importer of Pore Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Perfum ery, Sponges1, Bnemas, Bed Pans,: Hot Water Bottles,' etc., etc. Horse and Cattle "Medicines and ill the latest Veterinary Remedies.: Medi cines by Post by return mail to any; part ot the- State. Address—F. OOT THELIi & CO., Lozton, opposite; Fuller ft Co. ' Tlie adjourned meeting: of Rowiogjard Aquatic Association, at Guild Hallj■ ^Tuesday next, at 8 SOMETHING The Whole Family Can Enjoy! A FROM ' "" KUHNEI/S. YOUR HOME,no nutter Jjow well furnished or howbeautiful, is . nct'compleie without a PIANO, and no time offers greater opportunities to buy a Piano than now. A PIANO is a gift for every mem ber of a household ; a gift that will always be used, appreciated and valued; a sift "that.yon can consider profitable Investment Call or write for beautiful Catalogue i>f BECHSTEIN Pianos, / LlPPPlanoa. ' . GORS It KALLMANN Pianos, FAUST Fianos ' W...

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

THE NEW .HUNDREDS. , Large numbera of "Visitors from the city' and elsewhere , axe said - ijo be inspecting portions of the land .to be .offered for /'allotment : in .-this new hundreds:-*)!;McGorrery. Eekwick and Allen, "which have -been op&aed up by the' Brown's TfFell line. Brown's Well,, itself,, is in the hundred of McGorrey, ;■ and Merfbiali is the'station. ; This hundred - contains' some- firet-claa; land.;; Parana station is rin Kekwick, i and • Aiawoona- <ihe junction with the: Xioiton line) isci^ , Most ; of jthe -.country ttirough which the " line passfes below Meribah is not much $6 ;j&oi «t,' tlie i3cenery; consisting; i "iiracMiy of -porcupine and - whipetick niaiiee. • It«is claimed by 'some that the -liiie comes through some of ^he wowt land along the route.and that inutih^etter, 'country .^ Jiiound a ; ^ew iiniles'ilrom the track. The' redeeming feature ,of thie whipstickand. porcu ^oQ -couiitry 16 j<he pfesema of good water? un...

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

CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. -SMITH & SON, YAI/OMBA, ANGASTON, S;A. SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. JACKETT B |OS/ . ; MP^RS s & p t k ADElLAIDE/POET ADELAIDE, AXTBUEN AND MORGAN, - filing-' •" >7 "•' '-• r <OTefl—(StorieGrbtmd) foivtH&king Brawn Bread. 1 ■ . J Meal—A Sore Core fpr Diabetes. . ■'.'/ \': .. OATINA—The Ncw Pomdge MeaVmakesCakea and Puddings •\ /' 7 * * «qailly well. Packed in21b Packets andUfa bags. — -: AH Lines Procurable frow V L. SAIES, Seamark, A. H, LANDSBER., Ltd., Wa&etit, A.H.LANDSEER, LTD., Larton, F. WILLIAMS, Morgan, O. HOLMES, Kingstop, AND ALL OTHER STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. Ax PUMP ENGINE THAT OUT PUMPS WINDMILLS AND RUNS ANY HAND POWER MACHINE! ~ Why use a hand pump or wind mill ? The former. is slow, very tiring and expensive, and;the latter is quite dependent upon wind, and consequently often ve*y trouble...

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FLOWERS & ART SHOW NOTES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

FLOWERS & ART SHOW NOTES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. Arrangements are in train, lor the flower and art snow to be held in the Retamark Institute and Guild Hall on Thursday, October .23. The ■prospects of a magnificent floral' display are exceedingly good, and the members of the art, needle work, preserved fruits, home produce,' children's, apiarist -and miscellaneous sub-committees are getting busy. Several interesting trade exhibits under the - miscellaneous section are' promised. In addition to the nrizes already offered under the flower section,. Mri C. A. L. Morant offers a special' prize for; the best display- vt n-.ees. Attention is called to -the fact that thiB year for the first time ''Pioneer?' • cups are: offered, for ,the best cottage flower garden and the beet cottage kitchen garden Within .the limits" of the town of Renmark. Liadiee are reminded of the "decor ated dinner table competition, for ■which entries close on Saturday, October 18. It is hoped on this oc casio...

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

RENMARK RAINFALL. ■ Recorded at Renmark Post Office. Year. Jan. "Feb Mar. April "May June LJuly Aug. Sept. fOct. Nov. Dec. Total. 1398 itm •11 -47 •37 2t> *49 1*8S *29 '59 : .18 1-09 914 1899 ... 16 ' 1-94 •60 1-72 •60 2-28 *42 *27 *76 *75 2-38 — 10-88 1900 _v2-31.'' *06 •99 1-61 *72 106 *54 1-32 1-15 •08 ■■ -51 •65 11*0 1901 ... *30 *ss -43 *29 • - *01 ■65 119 1-05 *86 z-oa *4S *57 8-49 1902 ... ■22 ,*04 *35 . *18 *19 1*01 *18 *28 *65 1*97 *52 1-62 7*21 1903 — *09 "95 1*30 1*01 1*37 •79 •74 1.06 3-20 1-58; 3-41 1*46 16-66 1904 A. *50-. '■ *92 *13 *28 *51 1*0 1-12 *53 *34 1*96 *15 118 8-62 19GS ...1*16 *32 ■6s 2-29 1-44 . 1*29 ' *16 *49 lis •24 9-22 .1906 ... — *09 1'94 1 "84 2"*3 ' *48 *66 2*55 ■76 *35 1*01 11*41 1907 ... — •OS •19 1*89 1*34 1^35 *92 1*07 ' *25 •34 •75 1*62 9*77 , 190S *36. i'*20 •50 • —■ 1-02 •95 *10 1*22 3-12 2-55 "41 •64 11:07 1909 ... -32 •23. ■42 •51 2*19 |1*96 •93 1*88 1-26 •49 *63 •10 10-92 1910 ... "65 . — 4*03 1*00 .178 1*68 ■75 1*43 2-37 *71 *80 •26 14...

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NEWS BY WIRE. SIR JOHN DUNCAN DEAD. Adelaide, Oct. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

NEWS BY WIRE. SIR JOHN DUNCAN DEAD. Adelaide, Oct. 9.' Sir John Duncan -died Wednesday morning. He had been operated on for gallstone's on Sunday, and was apparently progressing well, -but took a sudden relapse on Wednesday iriorn ing, dying at nine o'clock. Tlxe ' House of Assembly adjourned yester day out of respect to Sir John'iJ, memory. Sympathetic and eulogistic references to the deceased legislator, who was sixty-eight years Of ag£,; , ■were mads by the Premier Leader of the Opposition. Ttea funeral took place to-day at Pen< wortham. . ■ EIGHT HOURS' DAY. > Sight hours' 'day was fittingly iCele •brated yesterday, the demonstration being the finest on record... Between five j and 1 six thousand unionists .paraded in a procession several miles :long. j STATE PARLIAMENT. J. The AssenrtJiy - adjourned at. ten (o'clock Wednesday morning.alter sit-' ting 20 hours. The Premier intimated j that he intended to push the Con . stitutional ■ Bill right through . the committ...

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

B, OGH.VY, Horse Penlietrj •sut YUMlBftry.*

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

Mr. E. A: Hughes, who 'did so much to stimulate am interest in floriculture during his residence in RenmarJt. has been invited to act as judge in the flower section o! the Renmark Arts and Flower Show on the 23rd of this month. Mr. Pearson, a nephew of the Rev. J. Caeley, and a recent arrival from Tasmania, has purchased portion of Mr. D. L, Smith's horticultural pro-1 perty on Kenmark Avenue. ] Ladies i Get your BOTTLED FRUITS. | JAMS and PRESERVES' EXHIBITS ready lur ifac HKomap*. bnow on Tiiuxa day, October 23rd.* Mr. Ben ChaSey, accompanied by I Mr. Theal,< of Elder's, called at Ben-' mark . Monday night on his' way i through to Moorna. Mr. Chafiey ifl' leaving, Sydney for California and the Argentine to-morrow week. His father, Mr. Geo. Chafiey (lather of Renmark and Mildura) has acquired valuable sheep property in the Ar gentine and the purpose of " Den's " trip is to inject these. Mr. Chafiey will be accompanied by Mrs. ChaSey and their cfiildren as far as Cali for...

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RENMARK'S GREAT DAY. AN ENTIRELY SUCCESSFUL AND MEMORABLE OCCASION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

: ■ t - - I AH ENTIRELY SUCCESSFUL AND I MEMORABLE OGCASiGH. ] Friday, October 3, will take rank as one of . the most memorable days in Remark's history—quite the most memorable in recent years. For. on that -day "the last, epike in the - Par insra railway—which brings the iron rails almost to RenmarS's doers— was driven by the Goyernor' of this State. "One of "the most successful! shows in the ;history ol the settle-! meht was opened by his Excellency, ! and speeches were delivered by his j .Excellency, "by Ministers of the Crown . and by members of Parliament, which i were buoyant with hone and preg nant with promise "of Reninar&'s con-j "tinasd ' progress and development. | Perfect weatnsr smiled on the pro- J ' C3cdings arranged in' celebration of j ■ the day, and everything, went oS j ' without a hi tcli. The Parliamentary visitors were lo:id. in'their praise of the ■ arrangements made for 'their entertainment, and at the close of the day one and all appeared to have th...

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FIRST PAYING FREIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

FIRST PAYING JPBBIOtfcr, Tb« flrifc paying freight to past over the rait way from paring** con sisted oi 3,000 Kulnine sheep, whiCh were trucked On Monday mKnrn^. vThey yttt consigned by Jlcrvajr. to- Mftssfe. Bennett Be -Fieiier, the, AVb'atoira." Temporary yard* .(ot netting) and ramp. And portable bardies vrere used and tbe trucking yfa* don# under the «up«rviilou of the Traffie Suj^ttnteii&eat.- SJf,"J. McGnir*. Ob Pv»<J»y m?irt s.ooo ' »U ^ fttfi 3,<?(J0 "were drafted sod tracked next morning, 1,000 soing to each rake of ten trucce. The sheep ran well, ana each rake was loaded; in half an hour, Mr. McGuire rec&arking that better work 'could not* have bef® done with the most up-to-date appli ances. Thre«> trains left: with the sheep, Mr. McGuire accompanying one of them.

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THE PARINGA RAILWAY. WAITING FOR THE OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

" A opsKisa. - \ ■ QwsMmm, . The corsmony ef.'drMflg last Spike ol' tte PttfiUgo railway was timed for 10 a.ra. The twn gqh vcyjig th3 Governor, and parliamen tary • party to the terminus was dua ajt ;S.25, and lbng before that time spectators had- begun to gather on tire'station eita. The fails and the "splendid 'solid sleepers of red gum -and vjarrah on'which they rested-were curiously examined, and so too was, the train which had'arrived with its complement oi visitors the night) " before. Many oi these " had slept in the train, iafthers had been conveyed to ~ the town by motor boat or drag after the arrival or the train and liad found some sort of accommoda tion somewhere, but they had all cleared, for Benmark for breakfast. , ' "The whistle of the incoming train ■drove the few waiting spectators to ' points of -vantage on the hillside, where Mr. Rsiaars was already estab lished with hie camera. - Slowly, and very- cautiously, the long, line of sleeping carriages made its way-do...

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BAROSSA FRUIT REPORT. (From our own Correspondent). Angaston, Sept, 30. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

BAROSSA FRUIT REPORT. ,V '. ■ (From oar own Correspondent). ' Angastojii, Sept. 30. The grand-rains ofthe past few /weeke lutve r put ,a splendid comple tion on the. seasonTs / prospects, as well-fas ,on the fa&es o£ .growers. As apricots tad set an.immense crop, and" .'ail1 othw- ■fruitsj. -also ; showed splendid" : PiromiBe, -"tefin ! fembryo, groweirs .were ; attepjo^r-' . discussing; " thinning," but the stoning- period; will no doubt do a lot of that] troublesome work. Several Varieties of peaches—pioet! noticeably Salways and, Fosters— have been attacked with-ia very tiny green aphis, wbith, concealed in the blossom, " worts, certain idistruction. Spihe'- powers'.. aver; thai: they have ■ known this . particular brand of •insect .for- several years, but. it is .generally believed to . have been im ported from,, "Victoria among this year's nursery stock: As a result : of .-resolutions carried at the recent ; Bureau conference, a committee of two growers started immediat...

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A LETTER OF THANKS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

A LETTER OF THANKS. To the Sditor. Sir,—As £jtefiident of the Benmark Show Society, I.-wish to take the 'earliest opportunity of thanking all those ladies and gentlemen who so ^ kindly gave w their, assistance last Friday. At the close of the thea trical performance last Saturday night, I - took -the .opportunity ol publicly thanking Mr. Hannan-CJarke $1$ w tw* alw Ur, Ramsay Cos and bis orchestra lor the very substantial financial aesifit janee they had rendered to the bo ! ciety's funds,, and for the very great pleasure they had given to the three ; crowded houses. I have to thank all the ladies and gentlemen who so ^ kindly put their motor care (some ,25 [in all) at our disposal to bring the | party from Parlnga to the Bhow, and iMr* H, Robertson for the use of hia !launch to convey the Governor towels to Paringa $t uight, '#lr, inond too, is, I think, ta be pnttieu* larly complimented and thanked for the great success attending the Herculean task; h«. was set. Xa fact, 1 thank e...

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LOXTON SHOW NOTES. A SPEECH THAT WAS MISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

LOXTON SHOW NOTES. A -fcpflECf! that1 was missed. We find on perusal of the report <Jf - th6 Loxton Show (last week), that H6 mention is made in the account of the after-dinner speeches of that madfe by Mr. F. S. Wyllie. president of. the Seamark Show Society. Mr. WyUie, ' who was in' a. reminiscent mddd, . looked back oyer the past Quarter of A «3tttury aridT found ithat inaky ,o!:. the gentlemen who were collected with the rivervor its inter ests had departed. Sir Samuel Davenport, for instance,' and many others. Coming up the river 23 years ago one «aw no habitations, .no agri culture, no advancement—notiring but. hush- in Its virgin state. People in those /dayshad nb ..faith : in the Murray, It was regiarded as a desert, with < no rainlaU.and the land iwae Unknown- except to a veiy few,-, aitd they had done little with it. Loxton iHraB. evidently; .--a, wonderful place.lt hadi '.proVied ^ that wheat ' could be grown . With great profit And -within 4- few. y...

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

THE OLD PIONEER. (8? fbtfrriaft MaflUfl-B'orde^ Ill 3.90S I \dl the : Cafiiiig, alter eating Maes mutton till it fat in mf system, and eaaie dewti to Weflt : tfoxth. Meeting be« two genial : frienda, but like nlyeel! sor«ly. lull un Ol drought times, vfe collabofatfed &cd' decided Oil & fruit diet to t% cuperate, ThG two purchased aniati 6f war and floated down. X took the e.11 boot Mute, and we arrived ill ilsamark eimultatiedusly ■ A kicd fjfoviaenca made us - independent of JUitCum^tailCeB for a time, and tile fruit season was on. ( After four brief but happy days-at the then small Eeamark Hotel (Mf/ Paddon in charge) J-scooted out to Wyllie's and Jackson's block to pick the agile apricot. Of my two friends, one later married in Behmark, dad may be there now to read this eereed. but ths third and smallest va saw aaf.ly plant;d, tpye-in&tchliig, in the office of the then local paper. How I ramem'ar the hardly got' bottles pf pouti o we chafed awitetslv in t...

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The Pioneer. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the "Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall Adelaide, RENMARK, Friday, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

wrteer. Visitors to the City | May (Alain copies of the " Murray Pioneer" at the j Railway Bookstall} Adelaide ■ B-toTmar*, Friday, October 10. This issue of the Pioneer is al most entirely devoted to reports of list Friday's doings atParinga and Renmark. The space given toT these reports and to late received advertisements has resulted in the crowding out of much other matter of interest, which will appear next week* Included in this are ac* ' counts of the Renmark gymkhana races, Berri eight*hour sports, tennis and rifle matches, the the atrical performances' of "Three Blind Mice" and "A Fair of Spec tacles most of otir correspondents' letters, utterances by the Frexler and other legislators on the Murray Waters question, and ihfc edi* torial - articles» Our columns have been lengthened to the limit, but we are not yet in a position to ffint the much-needed additional t pages. ,, ■ , "

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BOY SCOUTS. DISCIPLINE, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

BOY SCOUTS. DISCIPLINE, * By " The Pathfinder." I heard 6. Scoutmaster this week say he would have to get a canei Three of tfcem have . canes -already, one "having been presented. by ith« patrol to their 43.M. A boy said to me You have my permission to use your cane on me." I said; " I don't think you are the kind~-o£ boy that will . need it ." The scouts have been notified that Scoutmasters in tend using their canes when order cannot be maintained without. Scoutmasters wouldn't dream of beating a boy, but a good crack "&t. thepsychological moment, and in the; right place, produces an ^electrical' and . salutary effect. A number 'of parents have Already instructed the authorities to IpuniBh their boys when they get out of band. Scoutmaster.. Tritton, who has been with us a few months, regrets the necessity ' tor* corporal punishment. He had six years* experience .in the Soys' Brigade, England, and no officer was, allowed, to . strike a. boy. ThfeK Brigade;' was under militar...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

THANKS* M&. t'm ^."hTtHOMAS wish to thank *11 those kind friends who Helped look for their little dmghtef fitfliy oa 8atufd*f last. The kindly consideration of alland the ptomptneea af help at a most Stressing period an deeply »pprt« elated by the father and mother. ,

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