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Dimsy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
Land on the cast side of the Goulburn has alrcady-begun to rise in value since action was taken in the matter of form ing an rrrjgation trust. One estate which has ben offered at :£4 sper acre for some months has been sohl for £14 3s, and the buyer could now sell at a good profit. . Buttel factories will be plentiful next sprih s. Since Mr T. K. Dowreported in the A.nstralasian upon the success of the Necw Soutlt Wales factories there is talk of establishing similar concerns at Kerang, hMacorna, Wunglusu, Mooroopna, Gippsland, "Warrnambool, and Koroit. T. K. is going to get up and lecture on the subject. The oranges in the Melbourne market are nearly all sour, having been gathered too soon. Electricity is going ahead in Mel liourne. The boroughs of Essendon and Camberwell are tendering for electric light for their lamps; and an electric tramway cilnpany is being formed at Essendou to open up the land of some syndicates. A wealthy Scotchmanss in Adelaide says he knows a country in wh...
KERANG OBSERVER: [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
The Cultirator is well got up, and reflects great credit on the journalistic enterprise of those who aire responsible for its appeaailce. . The editor is wise in not serving up a lot of stale news, but giving instead sonie information of great benelit to any andl every tiller of the soil, which will undonbt edly 1e highly appreciated by its readers.
Raisin Grapes. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
Raisin Grapes. A good authority says in regard to raisin grpes in California :--Raisin grapes come. I believe, next in importance as regards the interests of this country. Here again arises the fault which is observable all over this section-that of planting and laying out without any re gard at all to elevation, soil or locality. The result of this will be that thousands of acres of raisin grapes that have been ilanted will never pay expenses. Here, as in Southern Europe, the profitable growing and successful drying of the IalaTga grape will depend on what the Spaniards call "air drainage." In other words, the raisin vineyard site must be oi the more clevated mesas, where the fogs and cold night air will rest on the lower adjacent levels. Then again, as regards the irrigation, pruning and cultivation, a great deal of work done now is purely experimental, and when the best results are obtained and the circumstances attemnding them strictly adhered to, then will be removed another in...
LIST OF LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
LIST 01F L1JI)1I1 OLDERS. - -4- 'The following is the comlplete lilt of laud hwhlcr- in the settlement of 2tildura, girving the lock-. sections,. lot. anl areas of land hehi hy the respective property hohlellr. 'Th tale i- compiled up to the IlitTune : .i l. l illl I I. e. L ote. I I re. i . I m .. p. ;. IIT "' . .' \V. 1 'h, ' .., 1 , 11: . 1 to 10 . \\'-t..' I.. , .. " it 7 * t.I .. t Ill. .. !, 1 1 I . . 6, I . ' I l Wle. Ilt .I. - .'. It. It,,"' niv 1 - tt. I. . '!1. t 't . .I. I Si II, llt !t, I ..1 .1. 1: , l\ - l. .i " . I - - * ': . - I, \ . " .7. I I I .:: +. 11'1 y' : 11 .r . Itr I:. 'IIIt~ ,' 2 :I,11 IV. 1. blich, 1' 11.12 III .I I. 31.4 IV II I '- I \ '' ''1 l-11. ! I ? f.. \ 111,4 \.i1.+111 - .1. 1 " \l'. \i. x l I :·.I I.21',2 . 7. I% Kill .I.^. ,1k,,,l 5: 11 =121' I' II I I \.'. I 'I"'*llllll 'xxi .I 1 II, 11111, "' 1 II 7 DI 1.11,,1" I · ;· iS 11»1 ic 11 ,17 II· II· 1.1 .llill II 1. !! .111 1 1 1 I .I I', lil , _ 1 . II ..1 ' .ih" 1I."x '1. ,11. 11 "I;I-% . 11. I. Mi...
STAWELL TIMES: [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
ST.\WEILI, TIt31r: The ( 'ltirtoter containos a large variety of interesting information pertaining to irri gation, :ul wlht is happlily termed "tintense cllture" as the lnatural Ctoeqetne tof it&lt; appllication. (ardeners in those portions of our territory who canll Colltllll l ti regular twater supply will tindl muerous. v:tltua1:le hints as regards tile growth of oranges. lemons. tandlther fruits, abouot whichl the general knowlelge is far too scanty. The leaiding tl:lt im itterestilng on atccountt of its liveliness of style, and the hopeful spirit it breathes as to thle success of tile newt cettlement. the journal promo?es fair tobeI a rvaltuable exponent tof local wants andtt re otrees,. and we heartily wish it a successfult
WEEKLY TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
The llihhttinc c'urlt,. is replete with illI formallltioll of the muo,4 vital ilprliwtace to orchardnlists a; d rillegruwer ot and if thlI latest atldition to Victorian journalism keeptr ult its pre..ellt forlll, it will ýooll coulllnlar d a wide circulationl amnollngst fruitgrowers all vigneros r .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
DragIaaest Noteees. PLANT AN ORANGERY, ORCHARD S OR :RAISI IN:ViEYAR, And Seciure a CompetenLe for Yourself apd Children. x WEST ?FROTHERS GOULDOUNI AAL.LBY NbiiERIES S- OORO OP A,, Speciai :ty of ALL . FRUITW sadl NEW PRODUCTS suited to the Northern Distriets. If you :want -to plant i ?e : est vareties of Oranges and and Leinons for market, the lest kmnds of Apples and : Pears fori export, the most Pri ,iSrost kinks of Raisin and Currants,tlhe Frumtsbest suited for ,Drying or Canninmg, hB only from WEST BROTHERS. If you want good Lucerne Seed Burless Turfoil Early Amber, Cane Seed Sorghum Rape Thousand-h aded Kale Brown Corn PURCHASE ONLY FROM WEst llSef. If, you want any infonnation on Fruits and Products suinted to the North WRITE to them: They freely invite correspondence: Proe hats on application Caution.- Intending planters should always remember that un suitable varieties of Fnruit Trees and Vines are dear if obtained for nothing. PIONEER NUIISERY,MILDURA A ll b KE l N E, UmR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
nD ESIDENTS OF4ILDUIRA IRI1 : GATION COLONY cannot do' better than send for all they require to the POPULAR EWluTABLE STORES, 89 CorisxTe SREeTr Wnsi GROERILES WINES SPIRITS IRONMONGERY :'CINA PATENT MEDICINES FURNITURE BOOTS SUALORING ALL KINDS OF DRAPERY You can gct aInything : you cant All you as quire to do `is to. rite to the Secretary, who ili gave you all parti culars as to prices and forward you ani plc - : dpatternmaf rcquirned. Che;ques and Post-office Orders Idl T;ao 89 Collins: St. 'East. >All orders receive prompt attention. Goods sent to any pait of the world. NORMAL SANITARY WOOL SYSTEI OF OLOTfING. Especially suitable for hot climates PROMOaTES HEALTH and PROLONGS LIFE ScnA fo r pamphlets anid patterns to '7 Romt ARCADE, MELBOURNE Tasloringin all te branches Sl1YAiiANTEED. I YESLIMITE Makers of all Kinds Makers of all Kinds Or. OF Pumping Steam Plant 'Engines Of the Ve ryJ best do(I OR BOILERS LA GEo ·Lý' , 'L E 0N ~11 High orPUPOE, Low Lifts "ND JLz o'wh Lts On t...
Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
Our IMelbournte Letter. (t'liot OURi OW.s CoiRiiESI'oxNDl.) Thle Geelog vinegrowers have a grievance and they are not the kind of men to keep quiet about it. They have ail anothler mieetin l, anil they are comning titl again trol'hle Mr DowI and the Seeretar: of the Agriculltral DIepartment. Permlission to replant their vineyards has lcon refulsesd for the present because the lphylloxera still exists in the district, andl there is notlhing surer than that replanting will iot he tlcerated until the disease is -stalnpedl out. Too miiich hals been spent aon the matter, and the risk is too great tol adnmit of any further risks being riit. Tihe case for comllpensatioll, hliowever, is not settled iby saying that tlh Gee long vinegrowers imust not plant. No diloult they have received a large situii ill the shape of comlpensatlion,i alld it is held by somIe authorities that it would have paid the state to have blou'ght them out clear in the first case. ItOw ever, e te til sut large or small...
The Hon. J. L. Dow. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
The Hon. J. L. Dow. -4---- This week we sulbmit to our readers the portrait of the lIon. IJ. . I)ow, M3inister of Lands in the present Cabinet. MIr. Dow has not confided his age to us, but he is old enough to have seen much more in connection with irrigation and farmiug imatters than miiany a septuagenarian; young enough to have lots of fight in hiln when any infringeument of the Vic torian farmers' rights is suggested. Mr. IDow comunenced life as a farmer in Victoria, and as lie was of a studious and observant halbit, he took the notion to learn something about the land laws, of which subject hlie got an exceedingly good grip. When tthe M'Culloch Gorernment was in power, the disastrous conseitquences to the colony that were certain to be en tailed by the wholesale and indis criniiuate alienation of the public lands made him feel ad, and lihe started out and lectured about it. The farmers of Kant Knra liked the lecturer so well that at the general election in 1877 they sent hi to t ...
Murray River. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
Murray River. Height of river above slller level at 3ihlura : Average. ft. in. First frtnlight illt .|e .te". . .2. _U 111 Serollti. 17 4 First f.rtnight in enry .. 13 3 SCalln l .. First fortnight in areh .. .. 5 1 Second. . .. .. 3 1 first rortnight in A?il .. 3 2 Firsit fortnight in May .. .. 4 Sc t . t~.. .., First meek inl Jun .. ... 3 7 Present IIeight .. . 4 U
Grafting. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
Grafting. ;ays ia .,t,~rlardl ailtllority :-" Gr?ftl ing is ai1 p1Trationli which linecls .care llil ne lltes l::,; lint it is otherwise a simple business. The accomilp:ningyi clnts show" very plainly twio style- of graftintg-viz., whlip igr;aflingnn;t l s:illle gra'ting. Fig. I shmws how to shape tihe root, and fig. 2 tihe graft ; fig. : slhows how these are united. 'TIheyare to1, Ii ti.el roundl tile partIs initedl by a strolng waxed string to keep the parls closely together, andl are set in the grouind , y making a hole0C with a sharp stick. lian sctling, tile root-graft nc:rley u1p to, t totp thil. and then ciarcl.llv StiIi, -irmIly pressing the soil rnul.l represl" ented i ligs -1 and 5 explhins it self. This plan is moroe often used for cherries anld stone fruits: that is. onll soaft-wooded trees chlietl\-. Always use a sharp thin knife to cuet the sadildle in the graft. This will not split the graft or raise the bark like a thicker knife Wonlltl. It also ilicleases thei chanc...
Medical Value of Lemons. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
Medical Value of Lemons. 3Malty people know the vihle of e0eno1 juice ill allaying Iiliomustronubles. Many know nothing of the wonderful power wrappe'd 1up in the little yellow fruit, foir the good lemon juice has lone is wonderful-as wonderful as it is Iarmless and simple. A lady who had suffered greatly with severe al tacks of something akin to bilious colic keeps free fromt them as long as slhefaith fully takes lemon juice. Let her through L feeling soi well " neglect to take the juice of at lelst one lemIotn a ltay and in a shoirt titie symptoms of the return of the uhd enelmy will make iher only too glad to he faithful over that little thing. For several years this latdy hadl een subiject to these attacks. at ittmes so severe as to indi eate gall-stones. No care of diet or dlruggist's loses averted them, antd hope of relief was nearly gone. when a friend said : You crave sonr'-whvy not try lemon juice and water? Dr Seotelnldv says a person neled never lie hilious who will take ...
FEDERAL STANDARD (N.S.W.): [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
'rhis journal for general get-up :and s~election of it, reading pl:atter caInnot lhe slUrpasse1. It contains woodcuts of different spe.cis of plants and excellent hinlt. to in temlindg settlers in the irriga:tion colouy. 1Ve feel lproul to weltclue stuchll : irst-class journal in oiur midst, muand it proves how faet this district is adlvancing with the times. 'The paper i one that the 3lildurc settlers. should lie proud of, iand we predict a siCe cueful rll for the ipro, rietoris.
About Pears. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
About Pears. llY JOIIN W. CANDLISII. The pear (pruaps eootouids) is a native of Etngh;md, es well as most tenmperate parts of Europe and Western Asia. It attains a greater height than the apple, ind generally assiunes a ?ore pyramidal form of growlth. Under favourable circtlumstanees it lives to a great age. It was cultivated mtore than 3000 years ago Iby the Greeks and lhiotans, and the cultivated varieties are supposed to have been in tronduced b; the latter into Gaul and from thence into lIngland. The uses of the fruit are well known. For the desert it is highly esteemied. andl many varieties are excellent for stewing, a:tking, canning drying andl for tle imauifacturCe of perry. The varieties ctltivalted for that tpurlptose are scarcely less ntlllCerots. tllan in the case of the appile. anid new olues are being conl tintlly addhled by the exertions of Air Knight (of tIhe mother country), and of Van Motns, Espern, and tmany otheirs. hi lIelgian imany valuahle sorts have been obtai...
THE APIARY. Bee Culture. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
THE APIARY. Bee Culture. In a comnum ication aihhressedl to thie Clairman of tih ?,Suth Australian Yeget alde Products Commlis*ion, Mr J. 11. W\iedenlofer writes:-ht addition to the -nmany resources of rodlucing wealth ill the colony, I beg to suggest that special attention le given to to the more extensive cultivation of nIES .AiND PRODUCTION OF HONEY. I may state that for the past five years the study of this indlustry, to ascertain the habits of the lce, and which race is the muist profitably suited to our climle., has been my hobbly. l)uring that period I have been assisted in my researches by my friend the aible and enthusiastic bec master, Herr A. Fiebig (of Pirie street, Adelaide), a pupil of the famous I)r l)zierzon, to whom the world is indebted for most of the knowledge concerning bees. Herr lliebigs practical skill has been a great advantage to ne ; under his guidlance I have spent considerable sums of money in introducing the now famous Ligurian bees from other parts if ...