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Formation of the Mildura Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
Forirmation of the Mil.dura Cricket Club. In response to an adllvertisement itn tile Mildhra Culliralor. aout ;SO settlers met on Satrdlay evening 6las t t Mr Stnith's, Langtree Avenue, for the pnr piose of forming a Cricket Club. MIr Clark. in the albsence of Mr MIeLaren tlhe convenor, stated tihe oject of tlhe meeting. Mlr A. Crosthwaite wns electcIl c:leir nullt of thle iceetimng. MIr E. \'. Ryton was; proploseil and scconlltlel ais secretary pro tler. It was tlhen proposed ly M'r Clark and Scecoineled lby Mr T'lhoimsonl. anil carried, tlhat it wans desirable to fori' a Cricklet Club. Mr Call proposed, seconded bay ?Il E. W. I?toon, that 1l4 Ib1 be the anlmai stbscription.-C(arried. Mr Green proposed, seeondedl by Mr Call, that officers slthuld be elected at once. Carried. Mlr E. W. Iyton proposed, seendec, hby hir Tlomson, that Mr W. II. Chatley ,he elected as President. Mr Green moved as an anendllent, seconded by Mr Harker, that Mr W. B. ChaIfey take the- position of patron. T...
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. (FoM. Ou ContRESIuiOnxENTr.) The caucus of the Ministerial sup porters has disgusted tie Opposition. Instead of playing into the lhans of the oflice-seekers, the moembers who wanted all the G(overniment promised and a little more resolved to hang to gether until the matters indispute could he remitte.l to the country for settlement. Mr billies laid the situation before the members who had voted against the Molro, Bent, .ones and (taunson lot, and they resolved that the stock tax and other tariff questions should be postponed until after the elections, and that the Government shouldl e supported in a genuine effort to pass the Electoral Bill. No decision could have been more distasteful to tiose whose one burning desire is to get on to the Treasury benches. It is bad for the otlice-seekers in every way. The resignation was what was wanted, for then a new t overu ment would have been formtied, and Bent, Sir Bryan, Jones, and other mei hers of the tean wonlld have...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
Mr John McKay, of the firm of McKay Bros and Co., tiimber merchants, arrivd from l'yranid Hill lon Tuedayt afternoon. It is his intention, we believe, to exteld the branch of his uiiness in 3Millurat for the tupply of building miaterial on i:t large \.ir lent let the c?t outt't of the bog whcn lie said that the object of hi arty in sup porting the =ta)ee tax was to force Neto Soulth \Wale. into protectioni. :loI thtus bring iabut itteoreoltnial free tra:le. The "~ o r farner," with hli stock tax, iI therefore only a cats-pliw to pull the intercolonti:.l free trade Illt 011out of the ile, al lltote esplecially tii draw the Government oil the Treasury bIenches. Cats always doI get out of hags. 31r David tones', paper used to oppnos tie stockt ta:? ;,t it ui-t fentill arglllllellt that New- Rolth \ales is to be educated Iu to protection, alldl tlle there will be fret tr:ule across the honler. The" poor farmter' is to be thlrownl overbianl whetnever lr.o tectioln agigiint th?e otsi?te w...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
The whole of the Society and Mlarqiuesas groups of islaoD s in the South Pacific now virtually belong to Franciee. More corporation fratuls ditcovered in Sydney. The rablbit pent is aid to be unlikely to prove troutiblesome ill Quieenland. Iuoony is still :earce there. Unitced States (Government offers to in crease the Sal Francisco mail steatnlhip subsidy to £'1t,00'l. laini has falleni all over New South Wales anid Victoria: in some parts of South A.t. tralia al o, and the drolght is conlidered broken up. Monsignor l'ersieo, Papal legate in Ire. Inlld, states that the Nationalist agitation in that country hai lost much of its vigor. Iecently 53 younlg men applied for ap poinltlnents in the Victorialn police force, of whom :I05 were natives of the colony. Com ment is needless. -Ir John Turner, who headed the poll in the election for a Legislative Councillor for the North-Eastern Province, is to have thie validity of his election tested in a law court, oath of thle ulnc cce.full can...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
.... -'~ ?M-. AN i1i \1/ OFFICES 4 Ii MILDURA VICTORIA. MELBOURNE 78 Collins Sir W !:" RENMARK SouTH AUSTRALIA. ADELA! DE Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell Street, 4- ENG LA ND J. E. MATH EW VINCENT (Ihrf CommIssioner Cornwall Buildings. 35 QUEEN VICTORIA S. LONDON G.C BEE-K?EEPERlI S' SUPPLY CO., Oa 18 Franklin Street West, Melbourne. ,. T_ CI " -M,,ES .VA hTAG-E?. ,.nd f s r Illu.tra tst ( % a 1 lrn inue. liliur . .c'lt :t F. J. PI ' Ell? . Victoria Steel Foundry Co., (IIMETrEIrD), 7, 9, & 11 VICTORIA STRr)EET, CAIRILTON MVELBOT.TR,\NTE, SUIPPL Y SUPPLY SUPPLY CRUCIBLE STEEL CASTINGS Of ViERY SU'Elllt' I QU.\LITY for all kinds of ENGINEERIS WORK. Trutrh "Bh'rIl, of all " hind. Anvil Iollok.. E.vil an~ NSpur iTVIheel. S.peci?i mI.in- for Ilric-tani kin; ?Iclhinelry. T~f; T, reh trk. iilling it Tray ourr all the Coloni;es. mul lhe' hare Lu r ldrudid 7T.,itnonia/. as to i tsqual;ty. Ill ;oIrwation !len u reiIly toi letters. MtwCI imI d. ttriti..'. r+.1. H. NEWMAN FOil Amr~erican i...
Murray River. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
ay Iti .c-r. height of rwferihov'e suiiiiiiicr aucIt Mliwuc lii-f..~ugiti I ~ lu tuckinj~i i r* in. F irst i f n hii i..t . . li II i'irit fil ti ghilt-ii Fl(il ic. ., ii u-ik-tll· . i.l. ..II ' kir~t ioPrtig t in arc .. .. - I T iru i o ti ght gl r' .. .. II Fourth .. .;i~ ~lji~:ilcr . .. 1I I l'irct wee in Jul .. .. .. u
THE "Mildura Cultivator." THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1888. FARM HELP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
THE " tilb uta u ulti ator." THlIISIItAY, SEPTEMBIIIER 27, ISSS. FAR\lM 1 ELP. - 0 - TItll;s labour dilliculty il general, and the coal strike ill particular, have not been put into oulr hands to ar ranlge; but. the subject of farm la bourers, or helps, for the cultivators of the soil is one which we are cont pelled to deal with. The way in which the development of the cotntr~'s agricultulnd resources has all along been retarded by the want of hands to do the necessary work has been uinle perfectly clear to us by experience; and the s:arcity of labour, is well as the unsuitableness of the available limited supply, is too well khnown and too severely felt to tdmit of discussion. lWhen such an established certainty as the ueed of more farm help is to be considered, nothing but the blindness which the gods sendl to those whom they intend to destroy could have induced the leaders of the "' poor farmer" mllove ment to call it the fatal assistance of the Trades Ihall. That the farmers res...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
P'route,.iona! .l?3 €] .r-li.e: 2e·;r; a-, [lark aýd Sharland, ARCHITECTS, &C., D e'l p ett vtfd. ESTIMATES MADE. . 31. .M. A11 1A 31 W S K 1I. 31.11.. lERllI NlI . (Late ,f T"ler, ie. S?uth Au.t ralia). lhas (_11 1ct'l thlie Ill. T(" (IC' of hi- I'IIIH:I'SSlON A T 3'' 1 I I I) 1- I A. J 1 .II . I' I. N. L.\NIn. FIN.\NCI .\ND Ct.11 311isSIoN .\t?iENT. .\-cint f 'r Sale .f I.[,c- ii t' ll. tl . ItultG.l'!,-N Ot l.nNIl:5 i, . : CL.li:K!I I IOILDINGS. K;l lIA l: c .iTucc l T i 11:I " PRC1?E~SSiIONAI Nll~uRE. at~~t Itl itti~ ~ir tti1 ttt 1.111 A\LNlli\jll ICII:I.LCI tetit Ii 2311*. Clar-k, Shar-land Co. ~u11 uIriu l I~fcAiII.IIe II AIIr~ lllc jI~. McHBFEIE BROS1 D. T. EDMUNDS, Archlit ect ,%: Qi~uit it $' Sill e~~(il. II (i. PE IE!? At IO~' c &)liU lilll~ MILDURA GRAMMAR ANDI I'Hi E;ii'AliA9'F8i ItT NI'IIOO0L. Ir. \ rs. :e.'U k I'I . 11::u;.:i. Th Prcriii:r Adv leert 0-I Pr inert. ti e l.Crl llrrl.ie ,,e . r lurrf l?, l~lrli r thellC' /r rTO 'ii t E ~ r i i lii'Ni(tine,1...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
lzoatl fbms. 'ITere is :a vast anottlullt of talent, even ge;nius, erudition, and world-wide experience atong.si the dweller, in one of M3ildlra's nost prominent edifices. TheC subjects of conversation anongst that harppy farily of aclhelors Iand grass Vwidowers: range over ever- iteos of humrrn knowlerige and specl latioln, fromnt the veriect Inonsensre on the tast lew novel througlh all tihe wide vistas of iterature, science, art, philosophy, religion, politic., agriculture and eomnlerce. The Warrior is always to tile fore, and can talk Oi1 arly subject ILluner tile still, and tlhough ie is modlest hiii great talents shine out like t he head liglt of t lurr?y rivoer oteantler. Tile I)oltiinie soletimle ta:kes a hlaI :Im t liftintg he veil which Iridei tihe stores of knowledtge. ,lrl thell Ie remnlindrr onle of the l dwveller ?tl the tllrehoilt." The doctor beamsr enigon all tlo all, att ned ocil t cll a jollrt y latgih :lowin tihe t:l,e tllatn the grcatest dypelptic ithat eter liv...
REDUCED TRAVELLING RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
REDUCED TRAVELLISE I ATES. There must now be in Victoria and the other colonies a large numnber of visitors who would like to see 3ilhlura and the progress it has made, and who would willingly visit the settlement if the facilities offered for doing so were somewhat improved. Until we get the railway, of course we must content our selves with existing means of transit, and these would be more largely used if some concessions were made. The routes up and down the river are pleas ant, but the joulrnevs consumne molre tinme than most people are able to give to them. The steamers are comfortable, and are supplied with all requisites for an agreeable voyage, and for those who have the timue to spare the trip to Mil dura via Adelaide andl Morgan, or from Echcua, nmay be rendered most delight fiil. The quieckest route from Melbourne is the least pleasant of the three ways of getting to lMildura from that city. Of course, the discoimforts of coach travel must in a great measure hIe put up w...
EVAPORATED FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
Ii VAI'OIt~lVI( I) FItUIT. Au1 intelrStilUgii tilte ft tige et:piorated fruit indutatrc of the wcect rFI [wlt iot of Nei- Ftork State, of which H.chewitr is tlhc trade centre, appelars in "':liad strccts's." Thie cultivation tiof fruit in the district, it is s:aid, halls slcuperseded all other brainches of :gricultu la idlust~ry. :III[ 11h:1 prov, rctntitlllel'ative. Tlhou.lul'sand ,f tonts of alillcs, of al quality prei\'isly wat.,:u rl. ? ,!ried acid lldl cCIery SclsOll. Wiitlinil a rliiis f Ill ijes of lioch?estcr there are meOe tlu 1,500 I vlelorartors, fioIII the ,alll:ll faitnhouiise driver, withl a ca:paciy of 25 buhlels t day, to the llige .tCeiilm-pOwelr evalor.torat. drcyiig S to 1.l000 bushels in ".t hotur. At least, : ii.(i00 i:llds ar c.aid to be emIIIpl:ed at 5dd o 12dol a week each, during the utmlnll l anLd crly wiliter. at this iLn luLt.l aiii new factories are erected every season. The production ii 18S7 was larger than ii miy preceding bea>on since thie industr...
THE ORCHARD. ORCHARDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
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Vine Culture in Oporto. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
Ville (4!II1t!'e iLu 0)Io1 E. Ji'hr frlllrrJlril -iii, xll i·9x1ri'"tl I'r.)l ( Ji'' iii!i. ~izri P'~rr~. I I rii·iz ~1. 1 llatI~II i.} 'i) l I "a'""i ll- . rjtj'! I'\ IIII. lll't~ 1:il · ". I ý 'i:'lt'. 1'-.rIN.-!'IIII I. I 1 1 r \ ' :."-:( : (1(11 11· 11 :1i I jllll l 111.11111 I I. I1..:11'I I lill"il. 1`l111 1."; 1.:1 tl(..,tllt-1l it'll 't'ill.~ Alr lrawc ,n!. it wiv!! ua ! --."it; Iho prcL "It "1"ti l 1.!I". 1!. tý' ra tt":I Ih tllt1.rl 1'1.1,!1. .11. Y:- l ..III ..l' (.1ail ll' vi n -. .L~l. . i " t'yr ally ill ii.. 111PIm niair 1 1:1 rnia.", up I.rimriot ir unl it ! r:r uru ii. Ijii If l 111a, r c h it r" w. I i. r 'iur vi: . mat ui_ t " . 11n ar a l,!;.u~ ".arr r] rrli 'v. cnI ii ill ihraucjrut! Ill : I a h r.! t., p .:'r prirrir Il~fttiri loair" Ji';it~rirIiar h. 1-1 O -tut~I riaih ail Iil S'r>, lntll" rl , 11iail, TlI? t It l 1 i '' lVsl. ! 11' 18\''1 1 i .\tll t Ii 1 :1 i i ll I 11ill h illl ? 11, that f I NrIII l tl. T iIi I 111 1 I iIITII T11iTI : n I., LIt . Inh t....
SEA-WEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
1!1a1 111 1 nia.:I bier Itlll e kilt' l hav e ':l lt 1a11' n ... - l'iw :t:e b-avirl 1in. ~t land1I ill Illl'i:'l. of it: 1n .'r11 1 1\ ((:l[1:ail A'.1 11~11111 ',* F ti . t, f bt" . ilt t;t cit. Il i k.l nll itI Ica-w lIIi liii Ow 11 ,it. lath 'tile nIt il-ri. ttil lt e' iiiIu i liultitit I tie aI
IRRIGATION. WATER SERVICE IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES. ITALIAN AND FRENCH WORKS. SPANISH METHODS AND FACTS, FIGURES AND INTERESTING DATA GENERALLY. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
IRRIGATION. WATER SE:? l.VIt IN FOREIGX COUNL'tt]I EltS. ITALLIA AND FRENCH WORKIs. SP.tNIStt 311TItOtitti AND) FACTSO. FIGi:tFs AND INTETGtESTINt DATA GENERALLY. (('oebilird.) The dlircc re'venue froti all thes tReiti malke a fair return ant the capital invest cii. bIl tile finit:nciitl aspct of Ithie eCntr prisces, taken as a hhole. is not santinf tary The tslow iderelopmnlt of irripation is ner tainly a rent:trkaole featuire in their hi tory : it is tsulicient alone to ru In tinawi nill an etelrprise of this hi ar :ter. No joint toct companty couldl exist olt such a basis. Yet the vall: of thse liloperties i!ncreases froml year ito year. lln the ti mltn?t conie whlen tlier will hie veryr t:lu able. It man atlso be noticed thai ;ilt ell. terptrise of this kind inay, ty renso oft ilcrease in land tax. It profIitaihle it iht Govnernillmllt wIhell it WOilll le ilis:?strltt: to at joint stock tkcompatty. itI India tht Goverlllllnment is rea:lll t(, hldinlhrd. i cir Citlnsice whliteih ...
Newspapers and Editors. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 27 September 1888
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