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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. Mission Hall, Henmamc, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month :—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra tion. 2nd apd 4th Sundays, iu the month8 a.m. Celebration, Every Sunday evening except the 1st Sunday in the month Evensong at 7 p.m. . Little Hall, Block C. : „ 2nd ahd 4th Sunday's in the ^nonfe-^11 a^ni. .Matins aund Cele bration. > . 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in tbe month'8 a.m., Celebratioti. • 1st Sunday in the month;—3Eveii-, pong, J p.m. v ^

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAREWELL TO COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

FAREWELL TO G'OOLGARDIE. Farewell to Coolgardie, I'll stop here 110 longer, is stronger For tlie love of iny liome and my family Than thy treasures of gold, hidden deep in the earth— is worth. It takes more to get out than the metal It's a bad place for m^at, not a bullock to slaughter, get water ; It's a worse place to live in, for von cannot I like to be clean, I can't live in dirt, I can't get enough water, for washing my shirt. So. I'll leave thee. Coolgardie, if.I should fare worse, meat s my curse, And your brackish water, and tinned Thy reefs, and new rushes, are nothing but snares, have shares. And there's only one claim, in which I For six weary weeks I have tried to make , grub, I've ne'er spent a tanner in the new pub ; Poor Charley, and Jick, I shall leave on the scene, fallow's queen. With ho one to love them, but a black I've experience that'll last me as long as I live, learned with a shovel, a dish, and a sieve, I'll go down to Prcmantle, as quick as I can, And work ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

HAIi.lDRE SSING AND SHAVING * SALOON.' ' SHAVING CLUB. j T. A. Gay n a. s Fanny Goods, Cutlery, Newspapers, Do< Ktc. Horse lings. Tail's and Water Bags M:id<; io Oi'der. Best brands of Tobacco and Cigars in Stock. MODERATE PRICES. Murrav Avenue, 11 E N M A 11 K. A. F. ItTIUCK, CARPENTER, JOINER, SHIPWRIGHT, UNDERTAKER, &C. MASOIs HY YrO-lK EXECUTED. Estimates Given. .! Charges Moderate. ~ Adress f/o G. Kuhhnan. Ren mark. o. jd a. "V" i s .AOKNT.FOH THE : AUSTRAL CYCLE COMPANY. TB1E PAYMENTS TAIvLM. Liberal discount for cash. Cricket iind Lawn Tennis Materials of all descriptions to be had. IS* Note the address : — C. 3)AVIS, Opposite Meissucr's. CJ. KATEKAR. ( Late of ()rcrlan<l Corner Hotel.j ' Corneh Paua and Fifteenth StreetIs - House. Fill ST CLASS MEALS Is. Tea and Coffee, & Hot Pies oil Wednesdays and Satur days from 8 p.m. till 11 p.m. ' • N. Hi OLDHAM, AUC'X'IONEEE jm VALUATOR • ' LAXD and KSTATE AGENT, Murray Avenue, Renmark....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

[To Contractors. t -J.:——O- :— .'TTENDEHS are required, for , the ! L: COMPLETION of the Carpentry I Work in connection with the ltenmark Costa ge Hospital—Labor only. ■ The. lowest or any Tender not neces sarily accepted. For further particulars apply to Alex. Thomson or J. J. Everett, Hon. Sec., Itanmark Hospital Building Coimnitltee. 2G/3/96.

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NEED OF POTASH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

! NEED OF POTASH. No doubt it is trus that potash is the great need of the soils where tobacco culture has been the main crop for years. The stone fruits, especially the peach, seem to derive the greatest benefit from its use. This is especially true when the orchard is on sandy land. Potash in the form of hard wood ashes, or a liberal application of kairiit or other potash salts, aids materially in keeping the trees in such a healthy condition that ihey are un doubtedly less liable to be attacked by the yellows, or other diseases of asiiui character. American A<jricul tunst.

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OIL AND FIBRE PLANTS. LECTURE BY A VICTORIAN EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

OIL AND FIBRE PLANTS. LECTURE BY A VICTORIAN EXPERT. Mr. J. Knight, Victorian Govern ment Expert on Oil and Fibre Plants, delivered an interesting lecture on Wednesday, March 11th, at the Chamber of Manufactures on "Oil andB. Fibre Plants; their Uses and Cultiva tion. The Minister of Education and Agriculture, Hon. D. Cockburn, M.P., presided over a good attendance. The Chairman, in introducing Mr. Knight, remarked that the Chamber had done good and valuable work in pointing out in what way the producer could best use his activity, and in paving the way for technical educa tion. He thanked the Victorian Minister of Education, Mr. Taverner, for allowing Mr. Knight to come over, and Mr. Knight himself. The Lecturer quoted figures to show that the cultivation of rapeseed, lin seed, poppyseed, hempseed, and mus tard paid much better than wheat at present prices. The Indian export of linseed was 10 bushels in 1882, and 8,461,874 cwt. in I860, while in 1894 that country exported 4,339,899...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

RE MARK IRRIGATION TRUST, N° l. v//5 On aud after'this date the owners of all horsesor cattle straying upon 4ny of the Iri-igation works under the cofa trol of the Trust will he prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. Appeals igaihst the Assessment un der the lleiHiiark Iragaiion Trusts Act 1898, will l»e heard at the meeting of the Trust to be held on March 30th next. <£ a dies' Sewing (BcmmUfoi. -:o: Gottoge- SSoapitof cF«iv&. LIST OF P.HICES. Pyjama Suits (making only) 8/6 Gentlemen's Sbirfcs „ „ 2/6 Ladies' Blouses „ „ 2/6, 3/6 Aprons „ „ 1/, 1/6 Socks (per pair) „ „ 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Skirts—from 4/6 Sailor Suits 7/6,8/6,10/6 Pinafores 1/-, 1/3, 1/6 Night dresses 2/-, 2/6 13s Menjmng done as moderately as possiMf. Socks, 3d a pair. Wool extra. -iiiotH p.? , i m f/. U. UFA fO$ (lion. Sec.) CyH.F.F. ALE, STOUT, WINE, &C„ GUARANTEED PUREandBESTQUA LITY, IN FINEST CONDITION at Extra LOW PRICES, always ON HAND. ^ ^Celebrated ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE HOTEL QUESTION. ANOTHER REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. THE HOTEL QUESTION. ANOTHER KEPLY. Sir.—Such a letter as that which appeared in your issue of the 14th inst. upon this subject cannot be suf fered to go unchallenged. That any one writing under the n<m tkplume of "Temperance" should s> far forget the meaning of that wonl, viz., modera tion, as to write in the strain indulged in, is alone worthy of comment. Temperance and total abstinence are two totally different matters ; and of the two, the former—the obser vance. of the 'golden mean,' not only in drinking, but also in eating, work ing playing, thinking, speaking and nil else—is unquestionably the su perior, being the doctrine set forth by our Saviour in all His teaching and life. Is it not recorded how He Him self sanctioned the use of wine, (not the abuse of it however) bv turning water into wine at the marriage feast in Cana of Galilee? And shall we venture to pose as wiser than our Lord, who came to teach us how to live ? The writer goes on to cit...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. THE DONGOLA EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

Swiftest Telegrams. [FkoM OTJJt CORBESPONDTCNT.] Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. THE DONGOIA EXPEDITION. The Sultan has protested against the expedition to the Soudan. France and Russia are also adverse. Kassala is in danger. MOBILISATION OF INDIAN TROOPS. In view of the gravity of the present situation it has been decided to mobi lise the Indian troops. COLLI KEY DISASTER. An explosion has occurred in the Brunner mine, Greymomh, New Zea land, causing sixty men to be entombed. Five corpses have been recovered, THE SALVATION AllMY. Commissioner Herbert Booth has been appointed to the command of the Salvation Army in Australia. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. President Kruger has decided to visit England. The trial of Dr. Jameson and his fallow prisoners has been resumed. Evidence was given that the Boers opened tbe despatches recalling the expedition and detained them until too late to be of service. The situa tion is regarded as grave. COOLGARDIE RAILWAY OPENED. At the opening of the Coolgardie Railwa...

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ORIGINAL STORY THE ANTARCTICANS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER IV. AFTERNOON IN MEDITH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

J Rid III ail *' %'WQ R T: THE ANTARCTICA'S. M HX^mr^iiNGE. <?;' g. a»r»«»cfi. [axl rights rksekved chapter iv. Aftehnoon in" medith. At this point of the story an inter ruption occurs, a great gong is he.ard sounding farther up in the building, and the family quartette around the fire immediately rise and proceed in the direction whence the sound is still vibrating through the lofty arches and | corridors of the building. Let us, j dear reader, follow them. Through another hall, in which a ! fire similar to that in the first is glow ing, we pass. Here, however, all re semblance to the chamber, in which we have listened to Daniel's story, ends. All the doors are open, a gra ting covers the fire, and the roof is very lofty. This is the winter barracks of the animals, all of which are domestic in Medith, As we enter great portions of the dome-like roof disappear, being drawn aside, and through the wide openings thus formed myriads of birds fly down. This seems to be a signa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

J. CLARK .AND CO TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &c, Iws AgC'SBtS. Books, Papers, Periodicals r Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. JSIH STREET, EENMAEK. WINTER & VOGELSANG. (LATE OF MESSES. HEITHERSAY, BEOS., PETEESBUEG.) (iENKRAIi BLACHWIR1T11K. WHEELWRIGHTS AND C0ACHBUILDER8. Wheels made on the Premises. ctf 3 o a <Q <P {3 O a. bu u ci JS u w a •o s» Co Cl. Tireing, a Specialty. HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS I1M aisd REPAIR#::!*. Rknmai-.k A-vknvk, HENMARIv. (Sucicssors to W. Dowling.) THE head ditch. EFFICIENT, PORTABLE, CHEAP!! READY for USE on ARRIVAL NO SOLDERING Required. Agent in Renmakic—Mk. T. HALLIDAY, Ral Ral Stoke. FAMILY BUTCHBB. EVERY KIND of SMALL GOODS. CHOICEST MEAT ALWAYS ON HAND. OB DEES DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE SETTLEMENT. MAIi U&& A"VJBWUK, MJEIM1ISM, T. HALLIDAY, RAL RAL STOKE, L"X11ITA LLED ...

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THE W..C. T. U. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

. THE W.\.C. T. U. At the <ju:iri.uly mooting of the. Colonial Executive of ■ tli« Woman's Christian TenjjHir.m.jj Uiiiosi of &oufcU Australia, held > in , Union Iiall on; Thursday, March 19, it was unani mously resolved >— ; That in reply to some iiiMeadiiig paragraphs which have lately appeared in savtsval country papers insinuating that the W. C. T. U. is at variance over the coining' elections, we here'iy state that.the Union is entirely in ac cord as to its platform of principle, its methods of work, and its loyalty to its officers, and that our mem hers are united in their desire and intention to use the ballot by not promising; our votes or informing the public which candidates we will or will not support.

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HEAT WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 March 1896

HEAT WAVES. ' " Will you ever be able to predict these ' he."-I. waves ?' is the practical qu3-iti/>n are asking of meteorol ogists to-day," writes Sir Charles Tidl in aa article i i c'aa current numbsr of /ijvinir of lUciewa, " In tim'j pniibly, ya-s (-;py.i3:i doubtfully). We can n:>\v certainly anticipate their c.miing a day or two iu advance, and by the aid of the telegraph give warn ing of their approach, but any efforts at seasonal forecasting in the present state of Australian meteorology must nacessirily be very limited in scofe. Utt.ler the able direction of the different Government astronomers and meteoro logisal observers each colony is now collecting a mass of scientific informa tion relating to pressure, temperature, r.iinfall, and other meteorological data, which only await some scientist with sufficient leisure to discuss them. It is also possible that a thorough in vestigation may prove (or disprove) "what has been already conjectured, that there is an intimate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 April 1896

THE mtm DXtA.P3:ir, Ga333B? IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC. G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Renmark. The motto of the PIONEER STORE is ; $. P. B. G. SCALES, V AHjO r* (Late of Messrs. Janm Marshall & ( '</., Adelaide.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND j CLEANING' DONE. _ I Gentlemen's Own Material ! Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (Xr.rt Kuhlman's Produce Store.) Art Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, P h O t O g It a 1> h e b licntmrk-avenue, Henmarh. Camps, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges • I'JiUan/ nninits a specialty ilfiimsftrk Settlers, The majority of you no doubt are Smokers, and we would call your attention to the splendid quality of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in the World. XLCE Tagged Thus. XLCE Smokers who prefer an Aromatic Tobacco are recom mended to use only AN AROMATIC TWIST of excellent flavour and aroma, UNION is superseding all other b...

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RENMARK TOWN WATER SUPPLY. INTERVIEW WITH THE CONSERVATOR OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 April 1896

RiSNMARK TOWN WATER SUPPLY. INTERVIEW WITH THE CON SJM4VAT0K OF: WATEBf , Last Friday, 27th ult. Messrs, Ald dridge; SopeVj 'Giiynes, AsftWell ab&; Dr. Harrison interviewed Mr. J. W. Jones, Government Conservator of water, on the matter of a scheme for the reticulation of the township with water. The delegates had been ap pointed by the: Local Progress Com lnitt'.-e. Mr. Ash well, the honorary secretary read a copy of the letter forwarded by him to the Conservator, asking if the township could be brought under the Water Conservation Acts, 1886 and 1889, and what steps should be taken to arrange it. Mr. Jones stated that he had duly received the letter and after considera tion by his department it had been seiit on to $be Commissioner of Publifc: Works. The Government seemed more in clined to confer rating powers over Town Lots on the Renmark Irrigation Trust than to consent to a seperate scheme. The deputation pointed out that the Irrigation Trust were at present un willing ...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 April 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. The latest advices from Buluwayo with respect to the native rising in Matabeleland state that the attack made by the natives upon the settlers in the Matoppa Mountains resulted in seven of the white inhabitants being killed, while four are reported as mis ing. The remainder of the white population took refuge in the laagers which had been prepared in anticipa tion of an attack. The rising of the natives is stated to have been origi nated by a witch doctor, at whose instigation they attacked the white settlers. The mountain patrol met the rebels near Buluwayo and a serious engagement ensued, during which tbe patrol lost seven men. Mr. F. C. Selous, the famous African explorer, naturalist and sportsman, whose farm was among those raided by the natives, has taken command of a strong force and is advancing against the natives. It is reported on excellent authority that President Kruger intends, during his forthcoming visit to London for the purpose of intervie...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 April 1896

LOCAL NE WS. Friday in future will be the pub lishing day of this journal, in order to enable us to catch the mail to Adelaide. The Ladies Sewing Committee of the Renmark Cottage Hospital Fur nishing Fund will meet for work at the Institute on Friday next, the 10th inst. In another column will be found the report of a scheme for Town Water Supply submitted to the Government through Mr, J. W. Jones, Conservator of Water. The Renmark Irrij^tion Trust will pump during this between the ■8th and 15th inst^^^only. Settlers requiring water should send in their applications early. In our advertising columns appears the notice that the candidates, Messrs. Carter, Goode, Holder, Pascoe and Rabbicb, will address the Renmark ■electors on Monday, April 20th at 7 30 p.m. Mr. N. H. Oldham and Mr. C. Tur ner were passengers by the mail coach on Tuesday, en route for the city. Mr. A. Roper is attending to Mr. Oldham's business, between the hours of 10 a.m. and noon, during his absence. In consequenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 April 1896

i-t whs;;.-. " BAKERY. CATMritNG for Picnics,'Socials, Balls ! ■ and oiheiYfintertammehfcs undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAK1IS, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. If. .9 O H W m, Ral Ral , Avejiue% KI3NMARK. ' Steam from Mitra'ay Bridge to : Reaini sirk & Mihlimi The "Corowa" under charter to Capt. TA IT (late of the K. M. N. Co.) is now running fortnightly trips between the above places, calling at towns and stations en route. Freight and Passengers at current rates. Apply.— CAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" N.H.OLDHAM, Resmakk Avenue Rwnmark. Time Tabic: Due int Renmark— Up rirer: Down: Mon. A. GROSSLEY. Corner 14 th. and Murtho St& 11 c 7i m a r k. FURNITURE REMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Iiivery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BEAN POLLARD Oil Sale. Renmark Sawmills. Rjl-gu n and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS. NOTICE. S. BROWNE, Lienmavh. ; RUBBER-...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Thursday,4. p.m. MATABELE RISING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 April 1896

latest Telegrams* [Fbom oub Correspondent.] Adelaide, Thursday, 4. p.m. MA.TABELE RISING. It is feared the Matabeles, who have risen against the white settlers, are well armed. The Eight Hon. Cecil Bhodes says there is no cause for alarm as many of the white settler?, who were in danger, have been rescued. THE DONGOLA EXPEDITION. Offers of assistance to the Soudan expedition have been received from the Transvaal. It is reported that the Indian con tingent is to be despatched to Suakin. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. The situation in the Transvaal is re garded as critical. The Times corres pondent at Pretoria states that Hin land has checked German intrigue in that country. The Right Hon. Joseph Chamlifer lain, Secretary of State for the Colo nies , has warned President lvruger of the Transvaal, that he will lie held responsible for the safety of the priso ners. Humours of wars come from Cape Colony. It is reported that probably there will be a general rising of Boeis and Africanders against th...

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A PRESBYTERIAN ON DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 April 1896

A PRESBYTERIAN ON DRINK." :o: The N. S. W. Presbyterian As sembly recently got on the subject of drink, and made a number of wholly unexpected remarks thereon. In the matter of whisky the Presbyterian As sembly—whose name mostly begins with Mac—is probably better qualified to speak with authority than any other religious body in Christendom. It may not know more about beer than does anybody else, and its ideas about cocktails and gin-sling and brandy smash and dog's-nose may be limited, but on whisky its information is solid and reliable, and extends down to the deepest bowels of the subject. And the Presbyterian Assembly, in thy vastness of its knowledge about whisky, was mostly unfavourable to a certain enthusiastic brother who wanted to rush things in the Cold Tea interest. Said one reverend, gentleman :— " It was not whisky that was ruin ing the people, but Bow's embrocation and painkiller, sold diluted with water. Shearers and bush workers, overcome with the loneliness and mise...

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