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

Concerning the Murray. ¥he total navigabl* length of the Murray and its tributaries ia S,212 miles | made up as follows i The Murray, Aibnry to mouth., 1,866 miles i Murrumbidgee, Gondagai to Mwny jnncQon 666 miles j Hurling, Walgett toWentworth, 1,180. The watershed of the . tributaries in Queensland, New bouth Wales and Vic Victoria amounts to 414pf63 square miles, or 265,'JUU/tUO acres, equal to nearly one-seventh of the total urea ot Australia. Of this total-, the contributing area amounts to I58,4K> square miles. The rest, bough withiu the catchment aica, is npn-cuntribatiag. . The Darliag hae ita source in the Great Dividing rangein Queensland, where it is known as the Macintyrti. its principal tributaries from ^ueeueland are the Vuu damine, Warrego, Aferoo and Maranoa: and in New Sout U W aloe, tiui .Macquarie, Narnoi, Alaclntyre, -iiogan, GwycUr and CoBtiereagh Between the ix.d. W. U&clntyre function - and Walgett the Daring is known as the Jjarrron, The Murray ha...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

LION TIMBER MILLS, Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining GF O.) Commercial Road and Lipson Street Port Adelaide (Close to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers -of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. 4&J Wooden Houses prepared Ready for Erection. jgTSPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings, Price Lists pn Application. SHIPPING ADVERTISEMENTS. * ARNOLD'S LINE OF RIVER STEAMERS, LIMITED. OF Up-to-Date Cargo Steamers. " RENMARK,"_" WILCANNIA," TYRO," " MUNDOO," '• GOLDSBOROUGH Prom Murray Bridge and Morgan weekly to Benmark as long as water permits. AH up-river freight should be consigned " ARNOLD" Murray? Bridge or Morgan. Equipment for Handling every Class of Traffic. ADELAIDE AGENTS: I renmark agents : JAS. BELL & CO. I r. P. JAMES & co. MURRAY BRIDGE AGENTS: 1 MORGAN AGENTS: KING, TAPP &CO. I king, tapp &...

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

THE FORD CAR. During their recent Motor Tour through .the South-East, Mr* and Mrs. | A. W. Duncan, of .Adelaide, visited Robe. Millicent. Mount Gambler and Narracoorte. They found the roads fairly good,- except between MilHcent and Mount Gambler where, the sur face was very treacherous owing to the recent heavir rains. On the re turn? journey they took the track along the railway from Nhracoorte to. Kingston, which they were in formed, had only once previously been covered by a motor car. The road was a tremendous tast for a car, i being so boggy in places that it reBembled a creek. One portion of the road consisted of a - 14 mile stretch of continuous loose sand." The ' Ford car in which Mr. sad Mrs. Duncan travelled emerged "from this trying test with hying colore, an<U ■broved oiice tnore the splendid quali ties of the Ford in bad country, and under extremely difficult condi tions. The Ford has long been known as an ideal car - for- back -country travelling,' :andv^t|i...

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A RECORD MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

A BECORD MONTH. During the month just ended, Messrs. Duncan & Fraser Ltd., of Adelaide, have eclipsed all their previ ous records for motor car sales. Their total sales of cars and lorries for September amount. to 62. Ford lorries, with .their ,strength, lightness and smooth running powers, are meeting with great favour among up-fto-date . business men - who , recog-; nise in them a vehicle -which .meets, alidemandfi for the qiiick transit of their goods. The Ford lorry , will; comfortably carry a load of from 10 to 12 cwt., is speedy, always ready lor >use and .gives - no trouble. ' inVi^J^'tuence of the 'rapid growth of their business; Messrs. Duncan '& 'Fraser litd;, - have been obliged to ezpa^l their already large premises, and commodious shops and garage have.been: erected adjoining their factory^inji "Franklin Street. , Here may; 1&V; seen; the latest types of the well r fcn6wn Standard, Argyll and Ford Car6, in addition to an^exteri siv.e stock: of...

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

'-ItvtF iVaiick-roa liisl, I've wandered West;.,, . I've seen -of ^veryllniia 'ike bast That money o&u procure : But what attract** i t me the most^ And maae my- -iifa securc, ' '■ Was gcaat Worldi'v-ide reme-'y, Woodi' Great Peppermint Curb. Why send away for your Suits whea vou can get tbera made by a practical Tailor iti the Town,- Call ana 6ee S. Tritton, next to - Simpson'* pining ^Qom«i IStt) Street.* You -will publish . This Letter so . that others may benefit by M«. MARION LAMB, of Da!e Street, Poet Adelaide, S.A., writes l^is, 11/.0/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Two years ago i was ill with dyspepsia. In spite of lite doctor's attention, I had the'same intense discomfort DAY AFTER DAY, AND MY HEAD WAS FIT TO BURST WITH A CONTINUOUS PAIN INTHE TEMPLE. At times I would he so dray, it seemed as if the very ground was snatched from beneath my feet. Gil! WHAT A MISERABLE EXISTENCE I HAD DURING THAT EIGHTEEN MONTHS. Friends looked on with sym pathy, yet quite helpless, end! O...

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U.L.U. AND TENTS. Toorak, via Berri, Oct,3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

U.L.U. AND TENTS. Toorak, via Berri, Oct. i A meeting of the TJ.Ij.U. was held j at Toorak on Thursday {2nd). The j meeting was well attenhed.. Minutes of previous meeting confirmed. Let ters from Murphy (Gen. Sec.), and j balance-sheets read and « discussed. Subscription for comrade who met with an accident (£14) handed over and lists audited. Subject of insuf ficient and weather-worn tents brought up hy Bro. Herkmer and report of delegates (Scott and Her bner). to Mr. Joyce considered on the same subject. The opinion of the members seemed to be that Mr. Joyce, under difficulties through shortness, was trying to do his best to remedy matters, and that seeing this camp is only temporary they should be reasonable. It was finally resolved that the same deputation wait' again on Mr." Joyce and failing satisfaction write or interview the head of department. The rain that did so much good to the country generally made* things very uncomfortable hers, practically all the camps being flood...

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REMARK POLICE COURT. Monday, October 6th. Before Mr. C. H. Hollingdrake. ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. W. H. Wade v. H. J. Parris, of Berri. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

REMARK POLICE C60RT. Monday, October 6th. Before Mr. C. H. Holling<drake. ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. W. H. Wade v. H. J. Parris, of Berri. This was an Information laid by Mr. W. H. Wade, licensee of the Berri Hotel, against the accused that be did on the hotel premises at Bern on Saturday, Sept^ 27 last, use threatening and abusive language. The accused pleaded guilty and was fined in all £2 2/ A SERIOUS CHARGE. William Philips, labourer, was charged on the information ol the police with indecent assault on a1 child under 12 years of age. Mr. S. H. Fleming • appeared for the. accused: »• > _ Mary Ann Thomas, sworn,, stated : I remember Saturday the 4th of October last. I -missed my little daughter, Emily Violet May, aged!* 4 years on the 17th of June last. 1 looted everywhere for the child but could not find her. She came'home at 4 p.ln. carrying her 'bloomers in her • band, ' She was wearing them when she.left home. She -can take them off herself. On questioning the child she ...

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

AUCTIONS. AUCTION 06ILVY ft EVANS, Under instructions from Sir F. JONES (who is leaving the district) will sell at Renmark, oa the premises, Sal Ral Avenue—next Pioneer Office—on Saturday, Oct. I I, 1913, at 3 p.m. Good X<eather Suite, Sideboard Black ami Nickel half Tester Bed Dnchess Chest Marble Top WasbsUnd Black mad Brass Halt Teeter Bed. Sonble iron.Bed 3 Spring Mattresses 2 Single Stretchers, Chairs, and the usual Kitchen Utensils. Nearly all the above are practically new and arc inreally good order. — ALSO — Quantity of White Pine Timber Quantity of Haioen Blush Timber Galvanized Iron, Z,addets, Steps, Crow Bar* Shovels, odd Timber, Nailf, Paints, Carpenters1 Bench, StoolB, Etc. immediately after above sale 06ILVV AND EVANS, under inatoiction from the adminis trators of the estate of the late Mrs. H. Needham will sell by auction as above, the valuable property con prised in Town . Allotments 19 sod 20, of Block 34, situated on Murray Avenue and fronting the river....

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

AT THi OLYMPJA. , The second flight of tho Juvenile Skating Carnival was held on Friday Sapt, 26, wtien the fink again pfesatt ted a ga,y and animated spectacle. In the team* event two teams com peted (led by the winners of tjie last carnival) namely, Armstrong's Sailor team, and Visat's Japanese team. It was an easy W;n lor the Japanese team, .vhicbwas one of the best teams ever paraded.. Japanese, 3Ii6ses M.t and J, Proudfoot, Cf. An derson and L. Hales ; Sailors, Miss A. Brand, FV McCormaek, J. Arm strong, L. "McLean and O. Flush, Of tbe other events tilting the ring was ■wron, by Mies F, MoCormack, 8 rings; son ; heading the rtttbbn von by Miss aftes a run oft "withMiss M. John A.OBrand (10 inches out): boyi' flat race, A. Murdock; boys' team flag race, N. Hegiey and A. Murdock; boys' obstacle, A. Murdock, A feature of the racing was tbe per though on the scratch mark in the fomances of Angus Murdock. Al fiat race he scored an easy win In good style. This lad in the last open ca...

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

j^etxcHttittnV Singeing, Shampooing at Shavings .Beet "Strikes *nd Personal At-: teiitjcfa ial'W. ST12SATS Saloon, back of &DD)ark Clisniben>* It is easy to cure a cough. The nsua metbods d£ -relief sometimes socceedl hat'if von wish to make snre use HOL, DEN'SCODGH BALSAM.* " Excel!" Separators. No. I—Capacity, 15 gals, per hour . £4;-/ Ko.2 „ 20 „ „ ... £5/15/ No.3 „ 30 „ „ „ ... S7/7/ Tfaongh low-priced, the " Excell" Separator is a good one —certainly the best inexpensive type . on the market. Its 1 principal recommendation is the SELF-BALANCING BOWL. The " Excel!" is a perfect skimmer, is easily tamed, and very simple to clean. • _ We guarantee the " Excell" ;to be superior to many other irore expensive machines. A. W. Sendford & Co.' Ltd., GRENFELL ST., ADELAIDE. We can supplj' " stacks " of convincing evidence to show why the *" Engines (For Crude and Refined Oil) is so .popular and successful in" South Australian Farms, Gardens & Stations and in Fa...

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

& FRUIT GRADERS AND Fertilizers —We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. Give in your orders at once y 'x' to save disappointment. * ; : " Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Go's. Implements. The famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows/20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. vk ! Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. . , HII Pruning requisites Stocked. : iv • Ren mark Fruit-Packing Union, Ltd. Public Graders and Packers of all Dried Fruits. Agents for the. International Harvester Coy, NOTICE ! IMPLEMENTS.—We have a gdod stock ol these on band. A special feature are the Oliver 13 and 19 steal beam Plow. Call and see (hem. FERTILIZERS—We shall be glad to take orders, any brand ;or variety, at bedrock prices. . SPRAYING.—Orders taken now for our power spray outfit. All spraying materials stocked. SECATEURS.—A good assortment always on hand, Mexenrs, Bleck* mann, etc. 'Phone. 65. G. GOOD LAND, Manager. & Joys. Sw...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

In ihs above Plan the broken line from Meribahto Par'ega (41 miles 15 chains) represent* the last suthoruad section of the railway, which was opened by thj £iovernGr*m Friday laist. " Keiald " block.

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A "TRAIN" IN RENMARK TOWN. MR. DRIDAN'S LITTLE JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

A " TRAIN "IN RESIHASK TOWN. AIR. DRIDAN'S LITTLE JOKE. In connection with the recent cele brations in Henmark an object of considerable interest was to be seen at a spot in the centre of the town near the junction of the two main thoroughfares, and in full view of the visiting party as it motored from Paring-a to the Showgrounds. It consisted of a train comprising an engine, two trucks, and an eight wheeled passenger carriage. For a locomotive the Irrigation Trust traction engine had been requisition ed. ' It stood in full steam with the driver (Mr. C. Sinclair) upon the footplate, and as the party passed emitted. at intervals strange shiiek ings : from a whistle valve, hectic irom disuse. The trucks were two road lorries with the poles removed and with sides suitably faked with Painted canvas. For the passenger carriage two lorries had been brought together end oh and a superstructure cleverly representing a carriage body framed thereon," with painted doors and window openings fro...

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OPENING OF THE PARINGA LINE. IMPRESSIONS OF AN EYE WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

0PEWN60FTWE PARINGA LINE. impressions of an eye witness. Some 50 odd years ago (as old identities ofthe Murray recall) the gold seekers ;irom\ South Australia on their way to the Victorian gold fields osed " the Paringa river cross ing extensively. It must havebeen a. slow job crossing, for the drays had to be taken to pieces and floated across on barrels, which were skilfully directed from bank to bank by theblaCks. who were then very • jiiimBrniin in these parts. . ■ On TViday last. Qctober 3, Paringa crossing witnesssd another rush, wheh ".our "• Governor, as he has heen so apty tolled, openedthe new railway line, which a* present has its ter minus jat Paringa; To ^witness the opting ceremony fuUy yOilO ..people had collected frpm ail parts' of the Murray and .beyond. Besides the Governor , and his A.D.C. most'if the Jtfinistry and members of ■ Parliament! were "present. And right good chapsthey /are to meet, what ever their politics may 'be. -First take Archie " Peake, a-man whO...

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MANNUM. Manaum, Sept. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

MANNUM. Manaum. Sept. 28. un Tuesday evening last,' the Rev. Henry Howard lectured in the Man num Institute on " The Higher •Patriotism.'' . Although not veiy largely attended, the - meeting' -was much appreciated by thpse present. ' On' Friday evening the Mannum football club held- -.their annual Bocial and dance. The secretary, Mr. J. Bichardson gave hie report on the doings of" the club for the season, and the President, Mr. E. J. Morti mer, also made a few remarks and thanked those present for their pat ronage. A stand programme of dancing was gone "through, and at 10.15 a eumptuous supper was dis cussed, after which dancing was then continued. until midnight. Mr. H. Carlo officiated asaM.Ct The takings for the evening amounted to about £7. This morning a splendid eight 'migjjt have been witnessed, as the s.ist Wilcannia (of Arnold's line of : Ttiver Steamers Ltd.), wi;th Barge " Crowie" in tow, steamed, into port. The " Crowie " had on board about two thousand bales of wool fro...

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MANTUNG. Mantung, sept. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

MANTUNG. Maritime. Sent. 24. A subscriber writes: " Things but here are-looking fair^ but I fear that we cannot look for any more than say. about G bushels. The splendid rain of last week only came in time, as I notice that the Federation is running up to head."

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TEAL FLAT. Teal Flat, Sept. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

TEAL FLAT. Teal Flat, Sept. 22. • The members . of the Puniong Bangle Tax League held a social on* 'Tuesday evening, Sept. 16, to com memorate the birth, oi Henry George. Air. J. H. Groth presided over a j crowded attendance. Messrs. E. J. Graige and" W. Tomlinson delivered the commemorative addresses, 'which •were much appreciated. -MissF. Fromm played the overture ; songs were rendered by Misses A. Howard, D. FromnTand S. Smith and Messrs. A. Fromin, C. A. Evans and "W. Tomlinson, and recitations were pon tri touted by Mr-' W. Leslie and Miss C. Groth. " Misses G. Howard and D. Fromm and Mrs. C. Evans acted at accompanists. Mr. J. Smith moved and air. W. Taylor supported a vote of thanks to the lecturers. Supper was handed around and a dance fol lowed.

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. (From our Own Correspondents) BERRI. Bern, Sept. 29 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. {From our Own Correspondents ] B£RRI. Bern, Sept. 29 His Excellency, Sir Day Hort Bos anq'uet, -paid a flying visit to Barri on the 25th. iand was met by Mr. Loveday at the Experimental Farm, driven co the Berri Survey camp, and ;■ entertained at luncheon by Mesdam.es • Loveday and Joyce. The weather was inclement, but a visit was made to the engine shed and. also to t" Napier's gitog- of concretors, whose " operations, no doubt, were pregnant with vim. By wire we hear a half . holiday was asked for the school children, and; as. the worthy dominie . will be able'. toN iiand ' down said telegram iis a heirloom to his descen . dants, same was • cheerfully granted^ Item, photo of babies in. ibest' bib. and tucker was snapped by Mr. Percy ' Knight. *' Song of Australia " on this occasion omitted. The rest of the inhabitants, either from awe of the Governor or. fear of getting wet, (had presumably retired to: their caves.. Let us hope,: howorer, that as civilization ad...

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

LIMITED. Wholesale ManufacturingJ^emists and JDruggists. Importers and Makers of Su^g^^nd Veterinary Instruments, Appliances, H<^^||]pijrmture, etc. —iti!#-- v . " Sole Proprietors andManufacturers ol the POPULAR " OUR HOUSEHOLD AMD M m ' Flavouring Essences, Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egg Preservative, &c., &c. Horse and Cattlfe Medicines, Sheep Dip, Poisoned Wheat, . Fruit Sprays, Disinfectants, &c., &c. A Office and Warehouse eurrie Street, Adelaide, —— FOR OLD AND YOUNG. . D. &J.F©WI*ERL,td. r* 1. | Ice and Cool Oriviks, 1 | — Renmark Ice Works and Factory< I Latest Machinery. '» - Drinks of Unsurpassed Purity. I | ICE CffESra ON SALE. J I HISGBOYE AND GrRUBB. I j * : - 2 ■' Renmark Saddlerv. OPENING ON MONDAY, OCT. 13, IN THE OI,D CO-OPERATIVE STORE BUILDING. First-class tradesman. Prices right. Prompt attention to all orders. ■ B. .1. '

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THE PRIZE LIST. HORSE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

TH£ PRIZE LIST. HORSE STOCK. Judge—Mr. A, M'Court, J.P. - Sectional Cbmmittee — Mr. Byron Gregory (convenor), Messrs. R. Robertson, W. B. Ogilvy, P. J. Olorenshaw, P. Plueh, M. Eve, A. Smith, W. Grozier, J. M'Cormack, G. M. Coombs and S. Odgers. Stewards—Messrs. B. Gregory, P. J. Olorenshaw, M. Evei W. B. Ogilvy, J. M'Cormack and A. A. Smith. Draught Stallion, J. W. Evans, P. Drabsch; Pair of Plow Horses, J. W. Evans, J. M'Cormack; Brood Mare, L. A. Clyma, J. W. Evans; Tip Dray Horse, <J. Winzer, J. M'Cormack : Pair of TrolHy Horeee, J, "W.jSwuw, H- Weaeomlre Tau4em Tsawi F, 8, WyUi* Mi f, QsfcflJdsP, Mibb J. Robertson; Horse over jumps, J. Milich's Lapwing, Miss L. Robertson's Spinifex (J. .Cooxnhes, rider) ; Pair of Buggy Horses, A. C. Hameister, B. Gregory; Gent's Hack, R. Robertson, Mj6s I,. Robert son ; Unicorn Team, P. S. Wyllie and F. Ockenden; Spring Cart Horse, P. Drabsch, A. C. Webb ; Lady's Hack, A. Anderson (Miss K. Higgins, rider), Miss L. Robertson; Pairj Bu...

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