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EXPERIMENTS IN MELON AND SQUASH CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

Il?Xl'IIIMENTS IN MEI.ON .\ND SQUASHII CULTUIiE. A practical gardener makes the follow ing statement :-Last year, as a test of a frequent practice among growers ofi melons and squashes. I pinched the ends if the long main shoots of the melons. lsquashes and :uei nbelllirs, and left, sp)me to run at their own will. One squaislh platnt sent iout a single stet? retching mlore than 40ft.. but did not hear :lny fruit. Another plant was pinheld until it formed a compalict miass of iterlllill ling sidle-shlots Sft. square, and it Iore sixteenl squashes. The presenllt year a muskmelon-plant, thus pinched it coveredl thie space allolttel to, ittalil it Set tweCttl' three specimnens of fruit ; the ml st ouf ttlhe were pinched off. The pintelitni causes many lateral brtllelhes, which latter proluce the femiale or fertile hlo - sutlns, while tle male tvines pirodtlle ounl the mlale I lossoms.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

•,ith th,: I']tiiw111 t?. sir IRrvalln 1iLorllin has git ,n nolti . tit he twill iove t o-night that ith, till.,i of t i tlit lh~,r .' lol il l tl 'oll 'rll m, lil "ithl r ,t? ll totll i lt ii ilal ittilea1 tof governors I- ;ilotl t?'t e lh in the Le islati ? eti t'i, ilthe IltJati on the ."-,o,[,, r':aling of the li -,listri hattion of `rat: Hitil is laroceedin_.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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THE KITCHEN GARDEN. CUCUMBERS FROM CUTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

THE lITCHEN GAR(HIEN. ;UUI' ,IIIfI1$R FIROM1 CUTTINGS. A writer ints Thie Garden (Enttglaud) says :-When ,s.oe a few e?cucumber plants have been raised and become large the tbest way of inlcreasilg onle's stock of plants is to propogate them fromt cut tings. Cuttings are easily rooted, tand they begin to bear immediately. They will produce fruit fit for cutting in half tie tiltme plants front seed will. We have cut go fruit frui om plants raised from cuttings when three weeks old. The best parts to make cuttings of are the ends of the yotung fruiting shoots. Asit is often neces.-Irr to stip these, tIhe pieces takenl off nl: ie :l mde into cuttisngs itl tlle or dinary way. 'lThey may then be either inserted in the moundtls iof soil ill which the old plants are groswing or potted singly in small-sized pots. In stopping our eeunumbers we oftenl plit the lieces taken off irn round thie margin of the lmoundsu alll call always lind yonlg pllts when all :are wanted. hloting them in pots is...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Victorian International Regatta Contests. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

VcoinIn Iernu II nu jit .1&bgrtim III the IICte 'Itlllai:l eigIht-oarI rae the Victoriani celet crab'l JeftetiteI ti of Nett- Nirth \Vole'. Tlhe Intettuiti itoh -alcit ' tiIe! eI' ha thte prizeeo ii £40111 tt;t; *tt hI- dte Era. (\.S.\V.) tnith tlh ''ii httiheir, (\.S.W'.) thinr.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Make a Red Mark Here. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

Hiake a Red Mark Here. On the subjeet of using suitable tod I in sumnner a lmitmbay ]paper gives the fol lowtting sensible dhice : The dyspeptic usu:ally h:La fatr more trouble with his stt:t:mtch in snttmuetr than in winter. I tiring the tsuolter ntttls at lh,re proportion of Ipeple are subject to attacks of :lstric distutrbalnce md di'rr lc:tl atfections, anil not a few :habitnally' go if the ttable with a certain dtread of the consequences of their eating. -Now all this olght Inot to be so. and iit easily cor rected. We find otllt. hot'tot correct otr faults ,y stundying, nature. .\ few weeks sineen patient eomplained to us that he was trmu bletlI witlh con st:utt looseness of the bhweles, statin't dhat it did not trouble him ill winter. :u1 tih:at ihe culld not :cultllll for it,; as h: wais re gnlar in his living. On :sking him if he hot l changed his diet since the winter. he replied, . "not a whit." The trolth \\:as then driven homs by the 'luestit n '. r(hlit tuwotIt yott thi...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Beach v. Hantan. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

The :nllir urrhit 'ern Ileaeli w11d IIlanla!If rw £C5ne a i . wvas rvedv to the I'arr~imaitta el 'i'Iýi. Itealeh .eor t.a'ilv by twnln I hs

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEN TO SOW VARIOUS SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

WHEN TO SOW VARIOUS SEEDI)S. AiRTrilOK :E.-Fl'rom Autgult to )eto bcr. .\slAt.tA;.-.\Au?t. t and September. IttltAl BI.EANS -March :tnd April. for tirt crop; July till September, for second. "FREINC ]IEANS!.-Com Iinc.e sowing ct of.lutgst., then for succtessional crops, every monlth until February. ItI(y llET.-August and Septemlber, for summer crop ; N'ovcmber, for autumn crop; and J.anuary. for winter crop. Ittt?ussEt.s StttotuTS.-Tune till Augustt again int November, and again in Feb rutarv anid )lMarch. C.tnlAG Es.-\With water available seed mnva be sown antIy season. tJArslts.--Septelmber a:rnd October. CAPre ;oosEllEltlY-'.-September, Oc tober anll Novetmber. CAPrsICUM AND Ctll.I.-Anugllst Sep temlber and October. C.tuttoT.--uly till February. CttElAtnY.-July till enl of year. SWEET ConN on MAltz.-A.\ttugut»t till I)cember. ClEss.--Any time--provided water available. CU tcuJlt..\ttugust, Sclptcembcr anltl October ;or In June and Julyr if hotbed used. EslVr..-.lanuatry till Apri...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Start a Henery. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

Start ;i l?nery. ---4---e- SThree years. perhaps foulr, or evett live before we Cget :y return from our trees and vines." Iriw are we to live in the ne:rwhile ' This question perplexes sorne people rwho. with moderate or lintited nreanS.are thinking of settling at !iilldura. There are |plenty of ways to occupy your time profitably. If you are a tralesmen or an abl:e-thodied laboiLrer wiliL to earn .our living honestly, you can't go wrong :e.e. If you aire not strong enllough. or are disinclined for hard work, you can nake a decent living out ,of poultry. In Aimerica they sendl carloadst?of live poultry overland two or three tollsandl miles to narket anid TttrT 1AtIt: IT IAY. if that can bie done. there i, no .ectne in .vwaiting idly around while your trees are growing. There are plenty of rnoioks and .corners about 3lilura admirtbly suited for poultry farming purposes, and with ilenty of wire netting to prevent the C?ickeners front111 unllositg yoir neirghbours. ou canl embark upnir...

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Preparing Plums by Chloroform. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

In dcescribing a simple and easy way of ping dam ins from season to seasion, he PIharmarretiral .Journal h:as the fol owita :--'" lint a clc:an :alu dry tlc e to ppered wlide-miouthlet bottle pour half Sdracenn of chloroform. Then pack in llb of tihel soundl fruits. and iuttroluce hie stlplper slightly Iaselined. It is de irnable to tic in the stopper with ti\ritnes r it lmiy lie sIctietijmtes lblown ouilt lduring avarml weather. For a week or two the fruit retain, its nattural tappearatnce : then rop begin tllo exudtle froilit tile surface. which gradually collect into ai perfectly hlar richly-coloured liquid ipartially illing the bottle. The fruit at thle sne inme slhrinks a little. Itt this collition it. letay be lpreserved withollut further cl:tlge for tt least a year. atol probably for a much longer lperiod. When caten ra t ihedamcont s lhave a slight llut. ino nthe disa:cretable taste of chilorioform. anl wounld le a pleasant ldditionll to the letlert table, to be partakilent ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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A NEW AND TERRIBLE VINE DISEASE IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

EASE IN CALIIOIFONIA. .1 peculiar vine direase has appearend in the Santa IAnt Valley, of Southern California. In its effects it resembles the Phylla.rcra. which has iwrought .icih devastation amnine the viney'ards of FranllCe. lThe vineyardei ill Sanita Anna Valley an l at 'Tustoni . Oronge. and 3t1ae phersonl ar: in lla tit conditioln to it ab:unilolne. Oil the first appear:nce of this disease, a very seientific investiga tion was ihad. but lno definite result ihas ever been arrived at, regardigll the aitse iof the dieieae. .Atmotculhric anltl li matic auiies were attributild at the start, but these were simply theories, n ilt[ prved groiilnles front thie fact that the lisease conltiitlles to spread. andll fears are expressed that unlessi it is checked, it will siweep over the whole state. No particular variety of vine seeims to with stanl the scoulrge better than another, ill succumbeeii to this dist:ase without a lname. Fll description of tihe alppear ane of h o tile vine when a...

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THE VINEYARD. SEEDLESS SULTANA RAISINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

THE VINEYARD. SEIIESS SUILTANA RAISINS. .\ great omy vinearnlists have planted he seedless Sultana grape of late years in the qhop of beingable to compete with the itmported raisins of that variety, says the .'!thern California. While somell ote have turnedt out a very creditable article, equal ill most respects to those from albro:ad, still tihe revolt as a whole thas not lcen nearly so satisfactory as the experic:en of hose wtho haver devoted their attenti, on to the raisins I:matle from Muscats. The Sultana grape is a thrifty rower in mn?ny ltocalities and bears larte crops of fine-looking andt tite-ttlavoured fruit, but, there seemCs to be a great ignor ance as to the ieals to le adopteCd for converting it into merehantable raisins. As all know who thave investigated the suhbject, the itnptrtcdl Sultana is Of a, light antber colour and is almostt trans parent. while mtucht of the California Irodluct is dark, has the natutral bloom of the fruit still ont it, autd while equal perh...

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The Anglican Church at Mildura. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

The Anglican C'hurch :t. Mildhura. • - : rill: :rrl :. {ll:.--n answer to - vawkelleti'' letiter which appearol itn Your iue of lthe 22nidt inst., with reference to the h ttin, of the Chhrcrh ,,f l.En.tld s,,hool ouihlinsg to tihe in-ltian Iteparttioentt for school ptr'poses.. I ean tell him that tiheti wce first talkoed aioit hnililin ai churcht (which was on the occasion of tihe i .,hop s visit to milhur1t last Miarch). it wa, thouight Ic.t to put up litit school, building, to be usel for chureh purpos?. when reit irel--- once at lmonth if po)sible. Inl iit Ba also inform .\wal:.edl " that it twas the Blishop l --it t, i l who tlirtieal lettin it te p otn iarily f.or :t state school. I Whene vert I a.e t :ot ayot t to sub seribe towar, lthe buiblh)in-, I have always i-ftetd what we intii ,.l to tlo with theti school whetn it was built, a:dI behleve Ill"y fellow -etlennittowm.dil the se. o tht considerr t i totil of I ing iunfair to the -rbue 'riers. w". havte done our 'ii ty I to ...

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Unfermented Wine. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

l'nfcrmllentcd Wilne. .1 |ixu t~ prohibitionist, .tui b-eu foundlllll: one tht iill allow thIe to view tih viTne.: glr' ti nn rhman hills wit h I.utin ilinward cul?e at the mnll who. in lli, ilt , iojnls. wnld uhe ite bile ing< ihat ( iG hais hliessc.d hem will i. for Ihe degrnaiathin of the children i f nmen. This booti iin the ihape of n ilnvention that will give all those who will iot drink anll" frmentIedi l iqu, 1r. pjuicteu i iof ,te raipe. The process by which this is eitcom lished is the inventioit of ia Pr. foster, Iately fTrolt the l:le. ltwho has stalrted inctlattnifctory in n i ltt . The inventor i the last llbut was compeIllclledl tcoI:lln to lhiis Sate from lack iof material lt wollr upon inn dleirable q:iatitite . This process, is was explained to :i lta replorter by 3ir Wetnirie. of tilhe principle that all gerll are, killed lid it is tithin but the piure jlicl tlit is tittlel. The riapes. wheni they conei to the fiactory are run in a car into ia tanllik i...

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RHYMES. A FARMER'S VIEW OF THE CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

RHYMES. A\ 1'IARME': S EV' IEW01 ' TlHE CHI.l CIL Well, wife, I've had a round with Wayne 'Bliut jinin' in our church 9 lie tried the -keptic dodgel oil me-- The argtmelut of :;mirch. Savs he, " Look at tyor ltemllller now ''lhere's .lone got drullnk :' Swetm Will cheat a friend to make a trule: Ain't I as good as thetm ? " MVO 1, " A butcher buying stuck o110e ju t tile w'c Vi, d, : IIt Iuts arottd the tBttle ywrd Anu' tillnd, the meanest twoi: -'l Tleln ecv'r offer that he makes. i An' ec'r onte lhe bea:rs. Lt ci i del itith the sneering wordl... t" Jeet look ;t themt two .-ters !" SYou pick the meanest Chlristitans out, An' theft with tricky jeer.. Yo ,llo n the whole ehmttcehdown by that J.st look at them two .teers !" ' ; fNo f.armer's fooled by that old trick, Au' so yott eall't afford To risk your soul in tryin' it lipun thoe all-wise Lord." ttle t?'I?: ill )tutititu IlIurld.

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MORE MONEY WANTED IN RUSSIA. ST. PETER-BURG. Nov. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

w'iieh \11\ 1'\lr\'111 INv ls; I IL Nat 1':r1:11-1111:1. \ýn-.. 7. .\I( ImperI ul I \l ha- wll 6 n 1 s1ej te inIc nl ami nin i ttc the i-n of l tl nl t nI IP t1 Pw i. atot pr rn. ab ;

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APPOINTMENT OF THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNOR. LONDON, 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

.\I'i'OINTMENI' OF Till., t!CRI:\ý I:.1SIt lill\'1":Ii\Ill{. lntshnN. 27. The pn<itionnf h ernornf Qneen-lan.I t e e , lin_ to tt-.lay's ,' htuJurd ha, Lcoa ntierol t~apcnnnatm nl'6i h t. ti~n.vln,. hon"ecer.lta< 11: 111 uo stn t i ntý eýpcci. nee w; inccrn,,r ,f a c d, nc.

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Latest Cablegrams. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) THE POPE'S RESIDENCE. ROME, Nov. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

Latest Cablegrams. THE El Irl:l, .tIl ENCR'. l ? Uii:. NXv. 27. T'l'-dar thile .11 a trul . th1 n'lit iall rcaull of file Vat all a . alml ul ,e that thI rld - nrtrttin-f the I',I, frnn ( m, iirl :po ibhl. even lir pr,,l?,h.

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THE "Mildura Cultivator." THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1888. STRUCK DUMB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

THE "'?ibura (ultibator." TIIHUSID', NOVEMIIER 29, ISSS. STRUCK DIUMB. TulE enemies of irrigation are dumb. They have become so quiet that there is not any more funll in connection with the question, for it. was always tmtusing to hear their antiquated bjeections to a progressive movement vhich they did not understand. All s quiet now, however, and the most bigoted prefer holding their tongues to being laughed at. The only joy in life that is left for the objectors is to cautiously suggest possible sources of danuger, and to point out circum stances which might lead to failure. These disinterested individuals have been turning back to the American reports of thie ow Brothers and have found that most of the success ful schemes visited by these able journalists were supplied by gravita tion, and hence a ray of hope. Per haps irrigation will only pay when gravitation supplies the water. They willingly forget that it is more than four years since Messrs .1. L. and T. K. Dow mtade their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

-L I. LeItld.Wi"'hIN S~t one i f I rt~·I~~wir, `with A .ll'ttaltII:L. Has l CI111u1l1'1(c": l the · Ili.\CIl'l' i· J II N I. V N . L..N 1). Pi S.\Nt': AND CM .4c' it fr Ado 4 LauuI ii i'11.11i1: " Illit:I.ii riOi 1'U NS I N-rr-I .Liu1/N /I. l.E:lt:rf'· FilI IIP.il:A ' I-LTIATUIA i- I T. :.. Fa:taltc . Jiii. (lull! Gr'ieiii'e Conun 5,issivi JffC lit.'.. Oflirc-Nr.'1t ("A·nu'4i'I Edn.. lh.id Miltl ra Labor He i-*r.. NOTICE. DR. 0. L. MI. ABRAMOWSKI C\TliO ~ ~ ~ ho i -M MWha (1! i 11,tt~ tt1 - it~li ll l i -i NI, I ii'dt~ Ii. NI. FlI T('llil.I AiEI, , .Ili FlLL Eli'. I.liNI E..\V ENI. Ni III lx.. il A.? , lt.? ii,. Ii CAR r-~ ., A t I. ii'. IlillA r'. 111e La:niI iii IIH..llialI. Druit. l~ni iiiq iiri ror. and n -N Iii yiiii 'ril CII ºFILY BROS). 1rri~ation Colonios. R. ST. JOHN HALL,. /' r i: t n1.'I/t'I ( 11.1 ;1 .uIlS. (Grciifell Street, Adelaide.: .\ge :ire itt the la l..l C ', i z l itt. uj rj tttr .lIl 1 trr dirtrl td Thri t,. hi ther tloeli er large ror "1,11 Iu yi J i is iý. NO...

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MORE ABOUT THE APPOINTMENT OF COLONIAL GOVERNORS. LONDON, Nov. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 29 November 1888

\lolil: 1".\lUr ' THEII l 110 NI\1'M EN 01' COLONIAL. GOVEliNOIIS. Sir t'Ii rile ii\:W Duffy nail :ltii i ctt i n lie Tiiiiea". li-lay n iiiiii aloc ne ,icl by~~ thle Ictcl; nvuu l ti c·orlll tlll cb'r e ii l iiil li..ii -. a IaI.lliit aricII kal IIi gnerti ii, itlieli it aiie, liht . l . Ian, iii the ciliiiy taull nit lbe iiipjartial. ril ilie leeji~lai le vet a [couli tllii'ie a qiie~iiii ,liteil that lht ia, 11at ill ;a

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