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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
tualra tcbJs5. In receiving a deputation of the repre sentatives of religionl hodies last week, the Czar of Ruisi:a is reportcd to have said "All my efforts are Ieing directel towardnl the maintenance of the peace of Europe. Ilntgarr is not to be representel at the forthcoming I'Pri Exhibition. This de cision hal Ieen come to in colleqctence of the fear that international complications might arise from the excitle state of general feeling in France in the event of the 'political situation Iecoming more in. volvcl. Muich excitement has been camelt in Paris by discovering that a large numlber of forged alto-franle totcr.are in circulation. A run on the Bank of France has taken place in Conseqluence. 3ilitary cycling is to have a more parfect trial in the British army. Austria ha: comlletled her armamentst oni the Galiciian frontier. The Emperor Frederick is now able to speak. ../The Australian Eleven -won the mattch oagainst Yorkshire by an inning, anid ;it Mr iHenniker IHeaton defend...
KEEP THEM OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
KEEP THEM OUT. Oxt: of the subjects which the \Mildura Progress Comtinittee shoutld give its attention to is that of pireventing the irltduction of insect pests into the orollharns lshoot to loe estalishllod on the settlemenlt. Orange trees, vines and fruit trees, will shortly he arriving in iinlnense lillntities, anill sOIie of theml are certain to comle froml districts where these pitis exist. We clnnot exlpet thait the settlemellt will escape them Centirely, but by adoptling stlrin gent. prelcations at the outset, tile evil illy he confined within narrow limits. The exllerience of irchardlists is that a pliltaltion is ellluch Imoire susceptille toll the ttilacks of insects luringI the early stages of its growth than when the trees have iattainedl their nliturity. This fact clearly points to the necessity of takhig tihnely action. Provision shtllld be ti' lie for ai careful inspectilol of; all nullrservy stock jllllin inl the settlelent, aiil ai rigorlousli cleansing of all infest...
LIST OF LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
LIST 01" LAND1) IIOLI)ERS. The following is tile complete li t of land holders in the settlement of 3ihhltua, giving the blocks, sections.: eti: ia areat- of Ilid held by the respective property- holders. The table is compiled up to the let .Tune: lk . e l nluI . , et.e.s re i . T loll it C'. I.' or on " - , " Wi. i. ('hil'ey . 1I l, 1 2 1 . 1)r I 1" e, tI lle .u . - . 15 17.1A.(Junn & L o.[ I it it. t. Wt i t . ' i I ' - 1. 1% . chlat1 r-111 .. 1 . 1 . .i, i i 'le to lo , I l -. - I. - iih er ,, . W. It. haery .. 1h 1to i et .. t 1 .. it. ll t. 11. 13 t 1 - t 1. Vill u nt .. 2 I '' .. . - it . I-t i -11.t - . Il:. .t t Ihcrt- [ It1i , i. -i I h S .I liti- t i u. i ut I . I " i -. II. Kilp , I tilt ... '.it tll.ll I t.'. ti -" .Il.T -i. . 7, i . 1t. 1 ill3 nn .l . 13 " 1i I 1.te ' . I'. Kill,,,, ,^ s, l 2,, _1 hI ,t' 1 l."h 3. 11.1..I - .i. 1; itiv Ian u F - S irl i\ti l. 2i, 1 13 . tn .i1. '. "1' I iv eel- 1 ..... ........ n i ii "3.. u .i . It I'lelt' S 12 .13 .1, Slo .. I...
THE "Mildura Cultivator." SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888. VINEYARD AND ORCHARD COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
"'ilbttma Efltibator." SbATUItDAY, JUNE 2, 1888. VINEYARD AND OliClAllD COMPANIES. S.\NYTIuIo will float " has been the creed of brokers anld speculators in Melbomrne during the recent lboom, and they have consistently lived up) to their belief. Things have floated which were so heavily loaded that even those men ,of mighty faith, the promoters, have lele surprisedl. There has been a good deal of sink ing already, and it is to 1ie feared that slhareholders in manmy "mgoinm concerns" will find thetm going in the wronlg direction. The silver Iotiom has bIrouttght a good many people face to eace with, cold facts, arod it is a healthy signtt that calpital is now flow ing into investment stocks. There is a sober turning toward more legiti miate investments.t nd it is allppro priate that lsuch industries as those of mlilthum sh?uol receive attention. It is a curious aspect of speculation in Australia that it so strictly keeps itself apart front anything connected with developing the rich ...
The Coding Moth. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
The Codlinlg Moth. ---- -4k-- ..... TIe colllilng 1r coldlin muth (Ci0T, ,cup.sat pouoiellht. Lilnl.), of which we gi'e an illustration enlarged to about twice its naturlc size, is outled tile most iroblllcsllle ilcets with which fruit growers have toI cotc?Ul d;aind alIthough ilf f,'orein origin. hating prial'd," been intr.lucetd with the apple, is l\\ow fould cttonltllmly ill New oiiwthi \'aleds ias well as in Victoria. Sutth Australia aull Tas ilnitia. The eggs of this insect are deposited by the parenlt moth in the calyx or eve of lltc aipple, just as thie 'iluting fruit is friniing : aitd ill i feI"w days the caterpillar hatches. and begins to cut its way into the core. The castings are generally pushed through the opel uing Iy which tihe winn made its en trance: the channel heing enlarged lrom tilme ti ti?u as the cretulec intcreases ill silk. In siIi?e cases the worim iurroirs its wiy to the side idf the apple, as s ,hown ii the illustration, and ejects its castings through t...
The Cultivator. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
The Cultivator. ----4e-- rf;IlfISIllO) I~EIfY SA\TUIlDA.T TO oIIlifaSrO~la1CS.S irrigartirr rral lradir'rrrle anlterra. It a~lrrurr-iarl rarrar-jar rrrrrrarfllirlrtrrfltirar,:1I t~i ttar i~ila~r-'i arara rrliarlllr ~tiir ur iltar Ira riar air rlrr a arar ttr'rr rrrri ciraliirrl sitS ll ie~l~ro l l lg :I1 l1 CarrrrrrrrrrIrsrtrr~nI.rirrtrarrlr-r FarlT ttlrratrrrarrarl alld carjic ;f tir irr. railtarlrlrr~arl Ia Ti~tlfl(ti Earnart arr-a rrrir ldeltrr ttaa r-irfr tIe~l l rl tirtaraui l irr f ratl Ilaajr-rtri lr-ttr~ra ar-ill arrat Ira rairarrara. liriaz trl nill I~ralllrarral tar. ar-ll Rf(i*IIlt le aalt\iadrltr ker-rFraIardaaarafIrlriraat rtl)lllir-aatiaaaraa.
A Fruit Ladder. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
A Fruit Ladder. M11r 31. V. Kerns, of G(uster. U.S.A.. ihas furtishei l tnulel mand descriptliot Iof tlhe fruit-ladler illustrated hy ns this week. The followhing. qoted from his letter, will explain the illus tration :- To make a alaler, Ilft ]on,. I use amy light wouin-lpie or ipoplr. I make the shils aund s.tep,- of inh Ilmblr hin wile. the Itop tlin \t\ile. T'he width o the ladder is 16in at the are In:tle of tin stll'ni, with the clorners riniled oIt'. The Ibraces are adine Iof .IrouI iron chain i by 1t8in. 'IThe eCe lolts are of !tin iron. one :in long, to screw into the leg. ;ul the uther I.lin long,. to ,bolt to the side, uill fasten with ; nttll. There shonhlt Ie a ferrule it the upper end of the leg to prevent tle biol from spllitting it. The chain brace is fastenedl t t the top iand sales of the uladdler ivy meants of staples. Tlhis Iti;Lkes a complete hirace. A luthler lmadle in this wtav is light. convenient matl strong. will not weig?h over .-'1t. woul can he fulled an...
A MODEL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
.A MODEL FARM. A cocvelllion of Soulth ('troiittafarmer at (ohlumia rtcently oted o l .nes .M. Ilrodllhan to he the motdel fartiner of the state. Mr. Irtlh:atu is 78 yeaus old. and has ploaughed tercl sutlllller for (;S yearcn, havintg nle 51 crops oi ti? e utoit platllatioll. lie niever Iuthillt a poumld of bacont or Inld for his own n'e. has alwvttie raised wool enough for his own clothin". never rcf'ud a call of charity. took hi, a.t drink of owhikyv it 13:7, aId does not recollect havtig wor t'll a oalth. It is sweet to .e te te farmer .\s i trlmipl'r s on the trami1 ; I t is ccCet to e the ;erer .s he sni:ples uit hist i:tj ; AnmI the rustic rluslet rustle Of the leallet on the twig I1 as -ootihiltg a the lwrit.let Attl the jiglet tf the ,i.
IRRIGATION. OLD-FASHIONED IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
IRRIGATION. ODI)-FASHItONED I1RItiGATI O.. In Prescott's history of eru iwe are toll that when tile Spanliarls went, down into that country they- found the natives carrying on cultivation hy means of irri gmioll. 11e says :-' Mich of the country :lllog thlle sa Coast ullffCerIl frIon want ofi water. as little or no rain fell there ; nill the few streams, in their short and I hr riod course front tlie nlounltainl exerltel only a veryC limited inlluence o1 the wilde extent of territory. The soil, it is true, was for the mot part sandy aml sterile ilt imanry places were capable of being reelainmed. atid. indeed. needed only to be properly irri?ated to ie susceptlible of ex traordlin;arvy prodllction. 'To these spots iater: was conlvevlil tby imeans of canels aint .ItthIterCIliieItiti s nqiluCduts. executed on a noble scale. They coiistdiel of large slabs of freestone. nicely liille together withouit ceietll. land is iiliurgel t voiltune of watler sitlicielnt. byl nitis oif lltentlll ld...
Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
Our Melbourne Letter. (Flto3t Ocu Ow-s CoI[ti.'tINDner ir.) A marked change has colme over the people of the city during the last few years. To tell a Melbourne man thait there was money inl fruit a year or two ago, wa.s to be put tlcwn as Ia harmless idiot, and irrigation was the laughing stock of the colmmunity. Even I?ishIop Moorhouse'.s reputation did not protect himi from ridiuele when he spoke of suall irrigation flarmls for the nortllern districts of Victoria. I know of no such suhlen nad coimplete change in the history of Alustralia as that which ths come about in regard to irrigation and fruit growring. A week or two ago I mentiome I that a shilpment of. Tasmanian apples lhad averaged 14s per case in the Londton Mr William BDenjamtin C,,afe market, while some of them brought 22s per tse. Now news luis arrived that a shiptient fromt Melbourne got home in had conditon antd the prices were only front 2s 3d to 12s per case. I am very proud of Melbourne, but it looks as if she w...
MR. W. B. CHAFFEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
MR. W. B. CHAFFEV. Tits week we present our readers with a portrait of Mr W. 11. ChalTey, a gentleman who will he perhalps evenl more intimately associated with Miildunr than his brother r r George Chaffey. The head of the firm will have much to do at both IlRenark and tMildutr, and it is not certain on which colony he will eventually settle; but his partner, Mr W. I. Chalfey, has decidel to reside at. i 1ildura, arrangements being already in pro gress for the erection of his residence. The subjcct of our sketch is only 3:1 years of age, but he has Ieen about as long connected with irrigation and its associated industries as his brother, having joined himt at the outset of his Californian career. lie was a fruitgrower himself before he became a promoter of colonies, and even after he joined his brotlher int establishing the model colonies of Lttiwandba and Ontario, much of the practical work of fruit and vine culture had to receive his personal supervision. The engineering work conn...
Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
Mail Arrangeme:nts. Mails cluoc At 31 ilhnt' fur ,,ut C1i I On aSunlu,, Tu'u. f III I ;ly-, r lllll t6 III. I - And.lui"un iii-ntd iiriu u 'entworth 'nen"?l:y, Tihnrslays, n?t Ad;ý lile S} atturd?ac, 1.3i1 Iti t. Ml;il close it Jhll?unlrle for Milllsn-. Ii Tule I.\,, Thiur?lday, all .trll" iay it 5. t5 l a.n T''he ll l tullta il olrrice it thie (GIe, neral ll 1.t ,lalite qlll TUeeta:. T-, Ioto anll| ?:tll ltrl r-? tt til )lrlnre it ;its-re dulle It 3tlilllr.t 11 TtTu .- 'iti-, ltluruitun c-ut lOartu'-t at 3.,'. I', ; the timle uulhcel for trlnsit - eing aiout u S hhou .
Forthcoming Agricultural Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 2 June 1888
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