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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Bonney Theatre, Barmera Saturday and Monday, January 16 ana 18 — "Andy Hardy's Pri vate Secretary" reassembles the popular Hardy Family for the eighth time. Lewis Stone appears as the judge, Mickey Rooney as Andy, Fay Holden as Ma Hardy, Sara Haden as Aunt Milly and Ann Rutherford es i Polly Benedict. The action of "Out laws of the Desert" takes place 1m Arabia. William Boyd ("Hopalong Cassidy"), Andy Clyde and Brad Kins find themselves up to their' ears In desert warfare, when "Hoppy" is as signed to purchase Arabian horses and transport them back to America for the Army. Wednesday, January 20,—"The Trial of Mary Dugan" is a sensational court drama, with Robert Young and Lar aine Day heading the cast. Comedy relief is furnished by Marjorle Mala and Marsha Hunt. Jackie Cooper, Bonita Granville, Gene Reynolds and other clever young sters mingle hilarious advemture with thrills and tense dramatic momenta in "Gallant- Setts'', story of childhood loyalties. It deals with high school you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

HORSEHAIR WANTED Tails and Manes Highest Cash Prices. S.A. BRUSH CO. LTD., 167, Flinders Street, Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Announce "the Arrival of NEW FURNITURE STOCKS • " including the latest ideas in Bedroom, Kitchen and Dining Room Suites, Kitchen Cabinets, Gents* Wardrobe and a limited'supply of the Famous Economice Ch lichests and Numerous Sundries. Trade in your Old Furniture as a Deposit on new Goods HOOPER'S FURNISHING ARCADE LTD., RENMARK AVENUE, RENMARK. — PHONE 67. WAIKERIE MARKET ■ 0 Friday, January 29 at 2 p.m. 959 Sheep 950 5 Cattle 5 HORSES, PIGS AND SUNDRIES Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd. will offer by auction as above, in cluding-: SHEEP—20 fat to prime -wethers; 16 fat ewes; 15 fat lambs; 80 wethers, 4-tooth, June shorn, fwd. to fat; 160 ^-wethers, 2-tooth, August, shorn, fwd. condition; 200 wethers, 2 and 4-tooth, June shorn, fwd, condition; 250 ewes, 4, 6, and F.M., mated 1st December, good condition; 150 ewes, S.M. with 100 Merino lambs at foot, good Order; <10 ewes, S.M., mated to Merino rams 1st December; 10 Merino rams, 2-tooth "Markaranka" bred, Bungaree (Slood...

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WUNKAR AND MYRLA TWO FAMILIES FAREWELLED Myrla, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

WUNKAR AND MYRLA TWO FAMILIES FABEWft-LED Myrla, January 12. iA, jfereyrell was tendered tp Mr. and $&$. t McElroy; For the past four teen years . " Mr. JicBIroy has been teaching at Myrla, and -lie has now i)6en appointed to Boundary Creek $3cfcppl. Mr. W- 0. Thamm (chair man ,of <the sSchool -Committee) spok^. : jOji behalf of the echpol.^ and a baxj zpjt (B.Hyer spoons were presented to fdr. fiQd Mrs. M^JSlroy. . jjkfr. ;and'Mrs. 3?. Schulte -and family who are leayinp the district, were also <farewelJe(i. Mr. iB. folding- spoke' on behalf of -the church. They also were presented with a box ot silver ■spoons. The . evening ,was spent Jn dapclr^g. ' _Mrs. M. Winneke grave »a tap dance. Thg -ha!l was crowded. i Supper brought tfis evening to a, close.

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LOXTON Social to Driver Ron Weber Loxton, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

LOXTON Social to Driver Ron Weber Loxton, January On Monday evening a social was tendered to Driver Bon Weber in the L-oxton Institute, The evening began with community singing and vocal items were given by Miss Joyce Schaefer, accompanied at the piano by Mr. Hechler. Mr. Wutke was the pianist for the community num bers. Rev, R. F. Woods conducted ifce programme, the slides being op j orated by Mr. A R. Smith, Mr. Hilbig, the chairman of the committee, welcomed the guest and apologised for the absence of the chairman and deputy chairman of the District Council. He wished Ron the best of luck in whatever station he may be posted. Cr, A. C. Hameister spoke on be half of the Council. He spoke of the splendid fight our men were put ting up in New Guinea. The Rev. R. F. Woods, speaking on behalf of ihe churches, said England had, as it were, grown numerous hands in past centuries and it was young men such as Ron who were going out to defend them, Mr. J, ICingdon made the usual presentati...

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GOOD MONTH FOR HARVESTING i... Hurray Mallee Agricnltaral Report [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

GOOD MONTH FOR HARVESTING i . . . Hurray Mallee Agricnltaral Report Mr. J. D. McAulifte (district agri cultural adviser) reports that In tbe Murray Mallee fine warm weather prevailed for the greater part of the month of December. Only one cool change, that which occurred during the third week of the month, was ac companied l>y rain. This weather allowed the late crops of the district to mature satisfactorily and harvest ing operations to proceed without In terruption. The area cut for hay this season was much smaller than usual | and most of the hay carting was com pleted before harvesting. Oat and barley crops have been harvested and In many parts of the district the harvesting of wheat is now complete. Yields generally have been good, although on the ave rage they are somewhat lighter than i last season. The labour shortage Has been acute j during this harvesting period. Much credit is due to farmers for the way in which they have co-operated to over come shortage of labour and...

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LOXTON DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING Concern at Prevalence Of Rabbits, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

LOXTON DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING Concern at Prevalence Of Rabbits , On Friday -the monthly meeting of the Loxton District Council toot place. As usual the council stood in silence out of 'respect for those who ha4 lost" their lives iu the war. The chairman (Cr. F. J. Petch) mentioned W.O. Obst, brother of Cr. Obst, and Fte. "Mick" Hali, both of whom had been killed in New Guinea recently. A letter was read from E. A. MielJ (secretary of the District War Agri culture Conunittee) In which It was pointed out that rabbits were becom ing very numerous and the council was requested to do all in its power to arrest what might become a serious menace to the districts. Suggestions were asked tor in the letter which also stated that trappers were required; Tfce chairman—"I don't know what' we can do in the matter. The rabbits are about in numbers and they might easily get worse." Cr. Wormald-*-! understood that sup plies of poison could be obtained from a local store. The chairman thought the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKERIE. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and • ~ ■ Grain Merchants Auction Sales Second Saturday Month. . Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. WB BUY FOR CMH SKINS— SVieep Fox, Kangaroo, Rabbit, Hare, Ox, Cow,' Caff. t We Pay Net*. Cash Per Rail _ 3Jy Sea ' — V& tRoaa _ ^ titilWri - l«6S **5 #15 pRopyee-'" Atmomd?, * K$rw?te Welnuts Jfipca fium Wattle Gum 5Mp Pey / SflfpE BNJ3 _ jR0RT ADELATOB TO AlJf CITY DEPOT OXY SXJOS ■ASK giiBotrr -ADDRESS—49-51 FJ-INDEKS STREET, ADELAIDE FOB TOUR LAUNDRY

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Fire at Pyap West Soon Under Control [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Fire at Pyap West Soon Under Control Pyap West, January 12. j A ftre broke out recently on the farm of Mr. G. H. Rofe at Pyap West. Firefighters from all around soon had the flames under control. There was to serious damage done, as the Are swept through the scrub and was stop ped before It reached the stubble. It Is thought the fire was started from a spark from the forge.

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SIR CHARLESMcCANN ATLOXTON Commends Patriotic [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

SIR CHARLESMcCANN ATLOXTON Commends Patriotic On Friday morning- a civic welcome was given Sir Charles McCann (Agent General) in the Loxton institute. Lad les of the Loxton Red Cross Circle pro vided morning tea, and an enjoyable time was spent chatting to Sir ■Charles who moved among a repre sentative crowd of the district. In addition to Sir Charles the following were present: The Hon. J .Bice, M.L.C., •Messrs. W". Spafford (Director of Ag riculture), T. C. gtott, M.P., W. G. Price (Manager Government Produce Department), G. A- W, Pope (Chairman of the Dried Fruits * Board), A, G, Strickland (Chief Horticulturist), H. Hancock, W. Flannagan, and Butler. The chairman of the Loxton Dis trict Council (Cr. F. J, Fetch) and all councillors were present. Mr. Petch «aid they were very pleased to welcome " Sir ^Charles who had a notable record - -ot service for the State and as their Trade Commissioner in London. Mr. Fetch extended a welcome to the vis itors. He said Sir Charles was doing ...

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EDUCATION DEPARTMENT APPOINTMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT APPOINTMENTS Appointments in the Education De partment this week, Included: Kisses R.U.tiomnian, Bookpurnong; SJ. S. Crawford, ?urgo; ,fc. Garland, Bugle Hut; R. M. Darby, Raroonda Area; -Mr. A, J." Winter, Kringln and Pee binga. ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Let Forgan's Help You What is more exasperating than delay, during harvesting, particularly thfese times, when there is such a. shortage of labour? If the stoppage is caused by broken machinery parts, remember Forgans Specialize in Repairs and Replacements and whatever work they undertake, is car , ried out wwith promptness and efficiency. Their experience extends over many years, atod they are equipped to meet every emergency. J. & R. FORGAN, LTD. Crystal Brook and Port Pirie.

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Arthur Fischer Runner-up fa State Bowls Championship [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Arthur Fischer Runner-up fa State Bowls Championship Arthur F. Fischer, of Berri, has j brought rehown to the River districts] by his performance in the State bowlB singles championship concluded In Adelaide last Thursday. . The Berri solicitor won his way to the filial by conslstant play, and after an interesting tussle was beaten . by Arthur I. Eldrtdgre (also well known in .the Hirer districts) 25 to 17 at the 27th end. FiBChQr.^t present holds the State country. championship. : (Further re ference In BowlUig Notes).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED ARK BRAND CITRUS: Packed by Experts Always in Demand Obtain top Prices. AGENTS fqr^ International Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Spray Materials IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Berri Co-operative Packing Union Limited Fruit Packers and Hardware Merchants Agents for:— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS FERTILIZER SALES LTD. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE Established 1913 — The Growers' Own Concern Crowe & Newcombe Ltd. DRIED AND FRESH FRUIT MERCHANTS Agents iot Allis Chalmers Tractors, the 'best light Tractor available. Agents for:— VICTORIA INSURANCE CO., McKAY MASSEY HARRIS Ring our local Managers for advice and assistance. RENMARK 318 BARMERA 63.

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RJSJL LOOKS AHEAD , Discussion Membership Problems [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

RJSJL LOOKS AHEAD , Discussion Membership Problems At a special meeting- of the Ren mark R.S.S.A-I.L.A. Sub-branch held on Monday evening members fully dis cussed the Involved question of eligi bility of those now serving for future membership of the league. Member ship is at present clearly defined. In 1914-18 Australia had only' one body of ground troops on service, apd all action was overseas. Today both the A.LF. and A.M.F. have seen action, and for purposes of defence a greater proportion of special ists have been retained in Australia, despite their offer to serve in any theatre. Many men have returned from overseas, and being eligible under the present constitution have joined the R.S.Ii. Many others who have served in a theatre of war are not eligible. To meet such anomalies the State and Federal executives of the league have had much earnest dis cussion. With the return of all fight ing men to civilian life e and with a 'greatly increased membership the league will certainl...

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SMYRNA FIG CULTURE Outlined by Mr. Hailiday To Sir Charles McCann [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

SMYRNA FIG CULTURE Outlined by Mr. Hailiday To Sir Charles McCann On the occasion of the recent visit of Sir Charles McCann (Agent-General) to Berri Mr. O. E. Halliday (manager of the Experimental Orchard) out lined Smyrna flg culture and produc tion . Mr Halliday stated that Smyrna figs were first planted at the Berri orchard -in 1912, together with three varieties of capri fig trees for fertil ization purposes. At the present time there wero in the Berri, Barmera and Renmark dis tricts approximately 80 acres under Smyrna fig cultivation. The first crop of Smyrna fig-s was harvested at the Government Orchard, Berri, in 1918 and consisted of 22 lbs. of dried figs. From that time onwards yields had been from three to seven tons ac cording to seasonal variations Processing and packing was first carried out at the orchard and Mr. Halliday had the honour of packing the first pound of dried Smyrna figs produced in these districts. The majority of the packing was now done by the Berri Co-...

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TWO FIRES AT MYRLA Serious Damage One Farm [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

TWO FIRES AT MYRLA | Serious Damage One Farm Two fires within a f£w days of each | other occurred at Myrla. The first one was on the property of Mr. T. C. Ivfttle. The destruction Included about 200 acres of stubble and 100 acres of feed, fencing, 40 tons of stumps and all sheds on the prop erty. The fire also burnt the creep ers of the house. If it had not been for the promptness of so many fire-fighters coming .to the rescue much more damage would have been done i The second fire started on Pte. E. | Hansen's property, but was quickly got under contro2 when the neigh bours hurried to help. Only a few acres of stubble were burned. i

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ACCOMMODATION FOR PICKERS Must Always be Provided In Future [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

ACCOMMODATION FOR PICKERS Must Always be Provided In Future -"We have to accept the fact that we are now in a poBtlon of transition regarding harvest labour," eald Mr. E. fJ: Seary speaking at the confer ence- of dried fruits producers and manpower officials at Barmera last SViday. ■ "Frorii now onwards some thing permanent In the. way 'of ac common&tlon will have to be provided by grbwers for their harvest haxidB, the same as Is done by paetoralists and farmers. It seeing a bit tough on the grower, but we .have to face up to the fact '■*' • - '•

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ATTENDED CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

ATTENDED CONFERENCE Those attending the conference were the Deputy Director of Manpower (Mr. L. C. Hunkin), Miss Dorothy Marshall (Director of the Women's Land Army) Mr Dwyer and Miss Swanson (National Service Office), Mrs. Dolling (com mittee member of A.W.L.A.), Mr. R. A. Haynes (Adelaide A.D.F.A, represen tative), Mr. W. C. Germein (District Manpower Officer), Messrs. E. D Sims. C. W. Till, J. van Velsen, Mrs. D. Sawley, (Barmera), Messrs A. P. Wisliart, J. McKay, R. Curren, Arthur Hunt, F. H. Nixon (Berri). H. D. Howie,' E. N. Seary, W. T. Marcus, - W. H. Eaton, W. C. Wheeler, A. H. Noel (Renmarlc), J. R. Jemison and C. B. Williams CWaikerie), A. J. Gallary, G. Perrin (Ijyrup), C. H. Holmes, R. W. Swan bury, J. E. Harrington, J. L.. Wetherall (Kingston), Gibson (Moorook), M. Gor don (Cadel'i), C. Fricker (Pyap), E. S. Graham (Media), E. C. Johnson, C. Maw<3sley (Sherwood), Newton (Wood Son & Co.), and Allen (D. & J. Fowl er) . Mr. G. JefCery (general i...

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Fruit Will Not Be Permitted to Rot MR. HUNKIN'S ASSURANCE TO GROWERS AT HARVEST LABQUR CONFERENCE Use of Internees? Further Discussions Today [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Fruit Will Not Be Permitted to Rot MR. HUNKIN'S ASSURANCE TO GROWERS ! AT HARVEST LABQUR CONFERENCE Use of Internees? Further Discussions Today "This product can't be 'permitted to rot on the vines. It is too valuable," said the Deputy Director of Manpowsr (Mr. L. C. Hunkin) in 'a statement which heartened fruit growers at a conference on the harvest labour problem, at Barmera last Friday. "It is being grown 'by men from the last war and is going to the men of this war," he continued, "and they're going to get it. Don't think there is any likelihood of your losing it," "The conference which was one of the most representative of dried fruits interests ever held in this State, was marked by its frank discussions, and the outcome was orfe of general confidence among growers that despite earlier fears, some means would be formulated whereby their valuable crops would be harvested. It is known that growers are pinning great hopes to the possi bility of internees being made available for ...

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