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COALS TO NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

COALS TO NEWCASTLE. Tim following are among the products of the soil which are imported into Victoria and the Australian colonies. Fresh, dried, and bottled fruit annually to tlhe value of £120,000 imported into Victoria. Into the Australian colonies, £593,000. - Raisins and currants: Victoria, £86,000 ; Australia, £169,000. Nuts : Victoria, £8000; Australia, £ti,700. Cork : Victoria, £23000; Australia, £42,000. Limejuice: Vie toria, £2500 ; Australia, £10,500. Perfumes and essential oils : Victoria, £13,500 ; Australia, £61,700. Opium : Victoria, £41,600 ; Australia, 142,500. Mustard : Victoria, £20,000; Australia, £65,000. Maizena : £15,000 ; Aus tralia, £41,000. Hemp : Victoria, £18,700 ; Australia, £39,500. Brown corn and mullet: Victoria, £6700; Australia, £7600. Maize, £19,000; Australia, S106i,000. Jnams and pre serves • Victoria, £12,000; Australia, £189,000. Flax anti other fibre: Victoria, £21,600 ; Australia, £52,000. Tobacco and cigars : Victoria, £282,000; Australia, £7...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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NOT OUR FAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

NOT OUR FAULT. IF the first few numhers of the Culti rsalor do not contain the latest news of the day, our readers imust not imagine that we are shirking our duty. As maltters stand, it is impossible to furnish as much informaation regarding the doings of the outside world as we should like, because it cannot he had for love or money. There is no tele gralphic communnnication at Mihlura yet, and the nmails from Melbourne take three days in transit. Therefore, until some improvement in our postal ac contllnodatlion is effected we must do the next hest thing. If our Mihltura friends cannot lie informed of all that is going on in the outside worhl, we shall at all events take cae ato keep the outside world abreast of all that is going on at hiltliura. When the tele graphic line (so long promised) is fixed up we shall keep the operator from slumbering at his post; but in thie eanlltime w must crave tile ittullgence of all men. It should be remembered also that the mission of the Cudlirt...

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The Cultivator. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

The Cultivator. ---4--- 1PULLISIII:I) ETrin ESTU1RDAY. TO CtuRUESPOSDIENTS TIII: CUlelTIVATOII ise oted to tihe intelrest, of irrigation ani d l jiAI-l I lture. It onrIAA dI s sl ,otid AAlcl' tllecII.l rceTts T Co einicationoin l~ inltended for publication lll (Liwl of TiI I: CII rtv.xTrI, '111, to 'AAnA attAentio, Iiros? in every rase hle nreoilotlrtttt I b thle nameo aln :arIle I Iii thle lrritr, folr thle itisfa il no the i EnA IlA ('IrrciAIn~ollt Ia lAIlnIIIAd to can hIe irlierted itlhiri does not r ooot, the obeyC~ Irfore O~il A CtoN, p.m1.. ol Fridays. t oreoiAA :.aAIt aIrc lalon reiAAoi'AII for thle Ipti:ill Ihey cexlles. IRejected I t A tViIl nIot e retlellrn. Tilde Strill he aeIIIIrIId tIo. AIdIl TrITP lCttS ar aiiriyllrtokeelir ilet f tlheir commiuniiatlIo.

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Horticultural Show at Wentworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

Horticultural Show at Wentworth. Tho first exhibition of the Went worth IIorticultural Society was held on the llth inst.'intho local Mechanics' Institute, and pioved fairly successful. The Wentworth people do not appear to have grasped the great fact that "Advertising is the keystone of sue cess," and as a consequence of their economy in the matter of printers' ink, the date of the show was not generally known. The tMildura people espe cially wiere wtmnnly interested in a display of prod-cts of the kind shown there, as it would have afforded a fair idea of the fruitgrowing capacities of the Lower Murray district. Very few of them were iaware of it until the show was over,pand this, added to the unfavourable weather, caused the at tendance to be somewhat limited. The display of fruits and flowers was very creditable for a first attempt, and it is to be hoped that the interesting claracter of the exhibition will lead to even better results next year. Mr W. J. Holding was the principa...

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Local Land Boards. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

Local Laud Boards. Public 1e orin z under the provision:of the J Illo Alt 1'SG ouill tI,ýcldot thle Ott111u1:inHeojee '^it o the dates tuditrtneetitocit Mi Y. lTitrnTale . 23. at 10 byllah', _. :at '12 M AY. nnntrk;: t, S1, It 10 Sr. :nrnalmd, 9, at 10.801 11'angannnttal 29, at 10

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A New Vegetable. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

A New Vegetable. At the Ilorticultural Exhibition rec cently held in London a Japanese plant called Choro-gi, hb>longing to the sage family, was shownl Its botanical name is Stschky tutberifera, and it is likely to take a prominent place in the economy of the kitchen. I The edible portion of the plant is its tuolrs, whichare produced in abundance on the tops of its very ilbrous root.. These are about one-and a-half inches long, pointed at both ends, and they have prominent raised rings. When washed they are as white as celery, and in their raw state taste some thing like Jenlselem artichokes; but when cooked are quite soft and possess the distinct flavoir of boiled chhestnuts. A dish of these tufrs when cooked looks like a mass of big caterpillars. The committee pronosnced them excellent, andt the new vegetable will probably become very faslionable, because it is a novelty and unlike anything now in use. The ip:ant is herbaceous, dying doswn annually, leaving the tubers which mul...

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Ploughing Matches. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

Ploughing Matches.e8 atsr. JO.-_c)·lnnl nd \:lF:,tic. JULY.

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Practical Hints to Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

Practical IlInts to Farmers. Beware of too much land. Ten acres, with all facilities for the best cultiva tion, will yield better returns thatj 10,000 acres without brains, labour and capital to correspond. In all farmn buildings and fences, study utility, harmony and elegance. Build sul stantially and in accordance with your menans. Have all your live stock of a good quality, suited to the locality and to the needs of your fanrn. Keep no unprofit able stock. Select all fruit trees, plants, and vines, with special reference to your climate, soil, nmarkets and home use. Use the saume judgment in procuring seeds, not neglecting flower seeds. Study the catalogues and choose care fully. Keep a good variety of the best farming implemnents ;always have them in thorough working order, anl keep well oiled and sheltered when not in ,Ss. Do not rely upon travelling agents for seeds, plants, stock, tools or ferti lisers, but consult the advertising colhmns of the best agricultural pert. odical...

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USEFUL RECIPES. LADIES CABBAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

USEFUL tiEiPES. (By A.) SLAI ES CAl'.L cl. oil 1i firim whitae age 15 llmnd,! e.r hanging the water then for more froi rhe tea-hretic (hoini.) ; when ct.-enr Irin andet s aie until cont?i. Chip ine am' awld two heoten egg ,, ('ll aible-:?onfai l oe f utier. . ieicr, :' it. hree, ta blespn fihsrlicht inrik or cre: stir ;all together ,! hake ii n a birl rit ,rihding dishuntil brown. Eat veery h!. A II.ICIOUS iTUDING.i ilreak slices of di cake, sever. -;inds rnoy l-e uced, into inch pie` e: pr-r ever thiem ;.A tnough hilin, milk to inisten ; huti-i! d-,r, di ; very torou"lly : line it o. n the lottoi m il siie' will: the soifteni eke soas to uhoiI( n crest caer an inm-'h thichk ; next put in :: thick layer of ' y kin:i of c::oo:el f-uit lii:cd, : in- the. ;l -pe of the cake - ri t ::l! iin ' th - frit r n.o'en t it ; ! -i up t- r :n 'tre w~ith ti!,h rest, e',l ih cake enk i:x:d with chippild if rrn; p'"cc it iln the oiin ta d ?i ik rh:c : .-;:-!oy; tii i ili on a p ric and oiist thicki...

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Horse Parades. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

Horse a aradles. ACUTUT. .1.-Silei lnirtou. SrPTTEMBEIlt i.-- Scnlloilr. f -\ac~?nlbie.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

'i'h'hn-""' I , . d Ip ii. I;1 m01 C W la Vt 1a I the c?fl'r- cu1 ii th,'e f'ur liches ::t lea.l. T i i a ve:y baI s'.ate, and loonul% Io iparche.l cerywhere. Our town is a ,Ilt lirlier this weeck. hi: is ,wh ' ti, a gre.It. 1un her of a'ih:s :rrivili_, in conne.lc ianl with the it 1:es w 'eiore tl:e comurlt. To : ,:',.:n 'eaIt wiith-thse of lornl !1 1 l;:,nrn'u e--oh of which Avcro -' Iv the, inslector. 1r G. S. rinti. Tl: it'ionl i- lid .icr hrelch - t1?he Lblit Xui.nwi- Ac!. i not emiploing g.thhmr,. w Iit isullsiy i ;in ' 'iH;continu:cd 1 " pf 8 th, xii tine -I !:it L'k eelI their eL!! 'd to stamp ont the e:. a llyv weIre Id J cringl-. A wt't of lhe PnshtIl hwr ' w. h.hl ye'x tehy, mlwhen ..!e:L. p'rizes \w'ero Iromise<.d hi I:.! • 7 o: w,,hutv, ki:: alh-eady .?ppearnedl m!I hi:: prl:,e-li 1.: A su'pp:lem.,en: :ryl.\ iow . ,,t will re.qul:,ir , to e i?.sued. The ) %v,'in- I', lo' mni.ed thO ViI , II 8(l I, Gl. , A r- e r, i t d D r. T' p? i:; lo l.e p .,' ,oi thie 2il...

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[?] Agricultural [?]ows. [?]ter [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

% 2Ir-iccitural er-- --_ bt~u -1 .c icic u C.Tl S, e' rarot:+i oricclltllr. awl .ctir it· nl to nit Irpl to ioll V ccci icc' ti c, iate. Icimi ;c e cc rili ciit ccci i I held, 1 f. ciliri 1 :gxc' Cuiltriri aiid 1ccid grCcicllturacAlitiic Scic i.-The Nati'cccil Atieiltcecl So Occe n accccicicigcl P.: ricdy. I. h--i until P. and A.F) $llil'!. So llldhi!tyt ,'lr rrsccecgc 1% andcA.iAh cciin het I,i rr-ttlrcltt mcicclid cier A. andir.ci S.srourtm f1.Itrlit. aw ccci rrA adP 'V 'c.Nninciihcicl ad . Scey ii h-Aic-it Agrc'tccsciiSciety.i 20, .Ocnst nd -rcci o'l ci ety, ait '4 ai-i h0,-hi'.dt A.aii.ioiey 21.-l hc-ireioficcri, oita lclc~r 20.Piecim'dieiih~rcici ty -1 iey at h cciii . OlTiii l 4.- icucciihiA. awii Assciaticon. I., il-h~ Ai. ttc c. Soccity.cr cicttc -1.-Ia-ii Al: l .a d1. Sticcieictdir 4,' 'c- cii .' iiia c '. A : i'ciiion.tihciitc 10-Si - c't ruarto \,I. o 1 'ceate Vicicrnt- ccci. cictc'id.iicc °5, _t: Nrhiiiiicciciiinilcyiciiiiira Ciieyimi 11 -Iccticotici hi.,t'ieuiii.iitii~t...

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RHYMES Invitation to Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

RHYMF, Invitation to .Ilnd ' a. The following is clippea . the if'eekly Times Farmers' Annual for s88s. If the language tis a bit. "jolty,' tle doctrine is good. The author has erclmel alive. Come alotn, deluded miner! Throw elf unavailing grief ; Helm's n richer clio, an,l linler Timan yla neet in nitedl l?e. DrPnl io mllore f rer or ilatggt; Orange-land It hill;ndrtldf tld Will rfeity the lar? who dutl it, With a yoorly rntp of gold. loll! up, drtughtenti mrrtselpEnsiietr l Lesvc b?hind -osr 'tiini sltr-p, Place year nioncy where thicrus awter, Ailen eoil botlh rih n1ie drop. ' -nlihbtts; saits or Lukey liver Need lieturb onrhleap in ire. •. itotheIr iurth. the i'ounteelis giver,- " Will recupeomte yu'r store.. Loeud and oftncoplll.inlig 'armer! Bring your iharrow', rn.keln nt ldngs; HIere's loe rust ni-nu wheit to irni , ori Pleuro to infect your e:rs. Often linve I htile oll tnultter. ",htengtlodronihtn"r, "rt dech theelsny' IIcre y. ur wealth f ellee.e ild i-stte, .Mcke you puw...

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Rainfall at Mildura, [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

Ert!a:;ffll : 2tl' a .11.11 . .. 0.0· lrtlt.. 0.97.~ 1:::.t .. .. 0807 1'r;:t :i 1:.;~: .:::t:I:·. , 1 .71111. in Ils;x strt~r : o 772r trltiratsr a ;, rl .,is ;C)CCiss1.v sIviug tlhe names of ill 1 12c~.' p-p .ir' in 3hildutra, with ;i· :0ac:.i: 1.i rIc :::· nn'l loci";o f ;t if rr 'fl:e list ssil be 1:chut retlihing fur the inhor silk {eieie <?lpublij.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

610 2, 1 1 £ 1 I- CONWA.Y (CGORDON. 1110n. 111 • ER. A, ,RTAE, STOCK AND S'I'ATIO AGICNT. \\AN IIILL. .lth., qof Shretp uand Cittl?' EZleted. 'Town and Sulrm'lun Alhotments at Swain 1 ill for private sale. 0 L. M. ABIRAMOWSKI. M.D., IBERLIN (Late o? T"ernwie. Sith Australia). Is about 1to Cmutuece the PlACTICE of his PIIOIESSION A 31' 1 I L 1) U R A. A I I I R ES S IN G. .TAMES T. COHlllcItAN \Vi-hes it to le generally undersita?d that lie is Iablolt to) OPEN a IIAll I)ITESSING itd SIAVINGt SALOON at MIL)I'ITA. Custoellrs cran ie ctrtcomotlatied at any time. .I. T. C011RIG(AN. W 7'ANTEID TO PITICIJIASE. BLOCW K OF LAND in Deakin Avenue, 1etuween Ninth Street andl ('treton Avenue.-Apply F. W. CORXEY, lanager. Comtner'ial latnk, 1ihlurn. ITANTED. '(ONTIIAC'IORIS FOIl E EC''INNG 15 MILES liAIBlIT AND DOG-PIOOF FENCING. Spetifiteti ons and all particulrs on upplication to .T. .J. ]TOBEIIRTSON. Manager, l'ilkl-n Station,. Brett's Mail Change. Mount Ettousthn. X.S.W. TAN'TED. AIPPENTICES ...

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Agricultural Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

Agricultural tEiucation. ___.4=-----_ It is one of the glories of Mildura that liberal provision has beecon made for the educational requirements of its population. In the case of ordinary settlements a host of practical matters claim attention for many years, and afterwards steps are taken to provide for education; but in the "model colony" the order is reversed. Educa tion is handsomely endowed before a sod is turned in the new colhnv. The endowment is so liberal that ýMildur' will be priovided With sclhoolos not equalled in any part of Australiai and it is well known that the anrangement wios suggested by the Messrs Chaffey as a part of their plan of operations. T'he Chaffey College of Agriculture at .tario, California, shows that ednca 'ion is a leading feature of the colony system which the firm has introducel into Australia. Ontario is now a thriving colony, but when the founda tion stone of the Chatfey College was laid there was nothing to be seen iut a dry plain, without an ...

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RAISINS AND IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

RAISLNS JAND IRRIGATION. From the irrigation colony of Fresno a correspondent of the Chronict writes : "The raisin-pocking season is now nearly over, and the hooks of George W. Mende & Co. show that 200.000 boxes of raisins of 201b each, equal to 4,000,0001b of dried fruit, have been shipped from this place, the majority to Eastern cities. It is well known that it takes from ilb, to 411) of green grapes to make 11tb of raisins, which shows that from 12,000,000 to rI6.000,0o(lb of green grapes have been handled. Four solid trains of raisins, beside carload lots, have been sent; also -4.00.0000001 of green peaches and sonime apricots, nectarines and pears, beside smaller amnounts of prunes, plrums, blackberries andr apples, selectc:l and graded, and shipped unoler ranids which inlicate to the purchasers that they came from 1'rCsno. The average price of fruit purchased hans been l per lb, and of raisins 2,1. 1000 hands were empcloyed during the scason, nearly all white. Wages a...

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PROFIT IN VINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

rllOFIT IN VINES. In 1SSG (says Pro. Stnldish, of Illinois) I sold fronm one-fifth of an acre between £20 anl £22 worth; £? of this am:ount was for layerel grape vines, and the balance for fruit. Thiss is :i profit of Cl100 per acre, or £8000 for SO acres. We must not expectt Nature to yield up her bounties without an effort on our part. The fact is, farmers and horti culturists wilt plant vineyards, and then leave them to their wilt sportiveness. without culture and without care. The vines are allowed to run among the tall grass andm weeds as best they may, or perchance to clamber up with naked and unsightly stalks to the top of some tree or buihling, yielding small stunted fruit, which even the poor birds will sometimes eat in sorrow. And sometimes the vine yard is a stranger to the pruning-knife for years. By neglect, no farmer ever raised a large crop of corn I By neglect, no gardener w ver was everruccessful I Let the vineyard be treated blint half as well as the corn-field is ...

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WHITE ADRIATIC FIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

WHITE ADRIATIC FIGS. A Fresno (California) journal says : "W. C. West, of Fancher Creek Nursery, Fresno, cxhibited a sample box of White Adriatic figs, nicely dried and packed. The sample was vcry large and handsome, and was generally admired. Mr West stated that he had dried them without clipping or any preparation. Te says they must be picked at the right time that is, when the fig drops over on the stem-and then sun-dried for a day or t.wo, and finally put into the sweat boxes. Swcating the figs makes the skin tender. Mr West stated that he had scecured, by personal.risit to Smyrna, the true Smyrna fig of commerce, and now has a number of trees growing in Fresno. IIe did not desire to say anything more about them till he could show the fruit, and then he would be realy to state all that he hal learned during his five months' visit on the Mediterranean.

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PLANTING AN ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 May 1888

PLANTING AN OoRCIARiD. The methods of plantin, an orcnharot riven bly Mr S. Crecton in his memro ran-lum to Mr. 1)eakin ar as follow : FRUIT TOREEI . Fruit-tree seeds to not proldure the sanme varieties as tile parent tree. but 'enerally give a harnly though inferior sort, and upton these seedlitngs arc grafted or buddednt the fitlr varieties. The seeds may he phlntel in the nutunm in rows 2ft apart. or they mayl he planted in early sprino, but in that case the scedls require to be first intixed with anmp sand. after which care must. he taken that they do not Ibecome dry bIefore iplanttin,. As soon as the plants are up they should lbe well cultivated, and every effort made to secure a vigorous growth the first season : and as soon as larze enol?gl mslay be tudlded in the sunmmer or grafted il the sprine. This applies to such products as the apple, cherry, pear, pIeach. plum nut qiltitee. TRANSPLI.ANTING TREtrq. Do not expose the roots to to the wind. sill, or frost ; shorten the top...

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