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PAPER T[?]ES FOR GRAFTING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

PAPEB TJES FOB GRAFTING. Mr, 8. Tarrant, late of Boaedale Orchard, Clunes, sends the Town mnd Country an ingenious method of graft ing, which is as follows:—Make a grafting wax of equal parts of resin, mutton fat and beeswax in quantities as required. Melt and mix well to gether ; be careful not to barn; spread on a table old newspapers (not too stiff); spread over the wax while warm with a brush; when cold, cut in strips two inches wide and wrap round scion and stock; lap round two or three times, then press with the i hand, the warmth of which will cases it to stick, thus excluding the air. When tbe stock grows the paper will buret, thus preventing the liability of ties preventing the flow of sap and cutting off the scion. When deft grafting or budding is don? fill in all the cracks and crevices with the wax. The above will be found a sure, clean and cbeap method.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND POMOLOGISTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

new zealand f0m0l0gist8 in south austbalia. A very successful meeting of horti culturists was held at Gumeracha on Wednesday evening, says the Adttrtuer of May 24th, at which the experts spoke, and a quantity of valuable in formation was imparted to those present, who appeared to take a lively interest in the proceedings. Mr. Blackmore addressed the meeting chiefly on "How a tree should be trained and formed from its earliest stages,*' and Mr. Palmer gave advice as to the "Best methods of grafting and budding." Mr. Blackmore, in the conrse of his remarks, said even before the tree had left the nursery the work of forming it should have been commenced, but as a rule verv little is done at thij stage. It \ru, he said, very difficult, where a tree had been left to nature, to form it in its old age and give it the attention neces sary, so that it was very important that a young tree should be shaped when in the nursery. There was no general rule that would apply to all trees in the matt...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

RGNMARK. W^JLEYAS CHtfliCH. Sxkvzom on Bon Evening, 7 pjnJ h»*cm, Bit. Cody Butler*. llla.1

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

'Mj if I •' •»' •. RfllftY .» * >- «]AS V.V. « «J ■• "v' * -b — V ',,. ,i':' , V I AVENUE, REN MARK, jastbought a large consignment of New Stock in aUj^ipi^ of General Goods at great advantage, are stillcarrying on a Cash Business at the usual Reduced Prices. ■jOji. <1 NEW DRAPERY, PRIME GROCERIES &c. &c. See. CALL AND *■ '* 1 THE SEHBAXK PIONEER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, V ;q ^ \j •• ~ 1 . ■» 'i .j .*i ... , A Journal demoted to chronicling the results of Irrigation and Fruitgrowing in the settlement of Renmark. ♦ * /rSSPfc'- «„ J||l«KIITISEMENTSsCURRENT rates. TYirjiy'^i ■ : , ■ • . . i TtlBS OF SUBSCRIPTION. aal^lv^^fs.'ea. perannnm. Posted, for Australasia, 10s. 6d. 1|P^ Foreign parts, 12s. 6d. 12S; t C O P Y I -W 0 P,E MCE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

BENMABK CONGBMATWK&L. , shubchS *16-90. T: B-Logta^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

wwa K-, '"-1: ORANGE AMD LEMON TREES, Tm Glow* ajc»H*1L**y. 40,000 to cxoou raox. APPLES, APBICOTS, PEARS, PEACHES. FI.UMB, NECTAB1KE8, FIG8, LOQUAT8, ALMONDS, MULBEBRIE8, t AND ALL OTHER KIKM of IBUIT TftBM ik mock, ROSES, ETC. BOOTED VINES n usably all vauktim. Prices and Terms on application, GAMEAU BROS. E. OLIVER, — PKACT1CAL — WATC119I1RE1I & \S bmAjl JfiWK (From Messrs. MeCnbe k^n., CortihiU, Londoner (Sixteen Years' J^fpeijenceX WATCHES & CLICKS of all kinds repaired & guaranteed old gold and silver bought. Repairs Jo W'Htcrbury Watches a specialty CHARGES. MODERATE. Jkwfllkry repaikkd or made to obdbb. RAL RAL AVENUE, (Ojipnsite I'osi itfficc.) RENMABK. . BRAIDWOOD EVANS Klxteentli Street REX MARK. ER tj:a, coffee <(■ UFFUESHif kxts BAKER, CON an; FRUI WILLIAM H.CARR, Practical CO A CH BUILDER Wliedlirnipit. All work giihranieetk. REPAIRS neatly Vecijt^a at moderate rates. T. A. G a yxn e s, MURRAY^ BE Hairdresser, Newsttgrltt, Tents, Wate...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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HORTICULTURAL NOTES. THE CHRYSANTHEMUM. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

. i „J . |.,J! a» _i J U'!',. THE CHBYSANTHEHUkl Br W. H.49Muuaox, Esq., M.A. During the past few weeks the eyes of visitors driving aronml the' settle ment htve been oMasionally gladdened by a bright blase of varied colour, pro* seeding front the chrysanthemum blooms, which at this season take the most prominent place in every flower garden. Bat while these brilliant masses of colour have done much to brighten the surrunndings of many a settler's homestead, with very little care and attention, ' a much better general effect might be produced, even with the few inferior varieties, which at present compose the chrysan themum flora of Renmark. In most cases the plants seem to have re mained on the same ground year after year, instead of being propagated anew every season, and there is very little attempt at harmonious arrangement of colour. There appears very few good white varieties in the settle ment, and some good dark ones are wanted to form suitable contrasts. Could not some half...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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HORTICULTURAL NOTES. THE SEEDLESS JAPANESE ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

HOI^TICUbTURAb J*OTES. 9HK SEEDLESS JAPANESE OlAKQE* The seedless Oonshia orange, of Japan, is the crowning effort of Japanese horticulture. They have spent hundreds of years in perfecting it, and at last produced an orange that would flourish throughout their empire; an orange that was seedless, of fine and delicious flavour, and an early and abundant bearer.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LEMON CURING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

LEMON CUUlNu. Now that s'»me of the Lemon Plan tations of lieninark are cnijjin<r into bearing and some are yielding suffi cient for experiments in caring, a few bints on the subject will he season able. The first question i* whether the lemons should be dipt When green or when fairly ripe. As far a* we are le to judge, the evidence is in favour picking tho lemons when they have tained the full size, just1>- f they begin to turn yellow. If tliev are "picked green they must not l»u picked till they are ripe. Very « toil results hare* J>een obtained by picking the frail when ripet but in favour <>f the iofmer method it is urj»«l that bv picking the lwnom green the strength of the tree is oonserved, the fruit can 1m eared at lass cost, ami after curing it will keep for a longer time expo**! to the variable temperature of the places rfiGte it is adld drtised. <#. Bat now for the method/of curing, nk^ 'flu lemons are picked they pfpMild be aUo%ed...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. (MR. R. MALCOLM'S.) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

mtm PLAHTAtldHQr; (Mb. B. Huoau'i.) One of the most forward orchards on the east tide of thr Benmark Reservoir it that of ilr. K. Malmlm, atoned between the Beservoir and No. 4 channel, with No. S channel running through it, eloee to No. 4 Pomp on 28rd Street. The area owned by Mr. lialcolm at this point is about 80 acres, nearly twenty of which are planted with fruit trees and vines. The soil is of a various nature. Close to the Reservoir the land w grey clay, part of it being liable to be flooded when the river is high. This is utilised for whiat crops for hay. Close to the homestead on slightly higher ground are the strawberry beds and kitchen garden. The strawberries have yielded plentifully and show such luxuriant growth in the older beds that the entire ground is covered with the plants, and there is no room for cultivation. These are to be rooted up and new beds planted. The vege tables grown are very large, some turnips averaging nearly 80 inches in cirumferenoe. The land on...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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THE RAISIN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

THE KAISIN CROPS. The methods adopted by the two Mildura Companies and our own for for grading and packing raisins all vary. The Planters' Union, of Alil dura, grade and pack each grower's consignment separately where it ex ceeds 10 cwt. The Fruitgrowers' Association, of the same settlement, grade separately but bulk all consign ments for the purpose of packing. Our own Company this year has graded and packed in bulk, classing each consignment upon its arrival at the packing shed. It is obvious that one of these methods must be better than the other two, and to arrive at a decision it is necessary to consider the interests of three persons—first, the grower, and secondly the wholesale man and the retailer. The interests of the two last are identical. To satisfy the grower an exact proportion of firsts to seconds must be arrived at, and while the different consignments are graded in balk this is impossible. The wholesale man requires an even sample, right through the year's out put. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

'k> \ i t •* xi <**' .U. TO C0H1CENCE AT 8*.*. ^3s.l FRONT do. Sk BACK do. lis. ; / . . *«. .* ■ ' V »©X M.IX AT an. J. w. CLMtx's. <■?,*" Troew(/# »#» aul qf Renmark Cotiggt Hospital. DURING THB EVENING BY STRING QUARTETTE. Staob Hanmbi: MB. H. J. BQVILL» FRANK S. WYLLIE, Umux. j. BERRY, 15tk Street ipMABft. TIMBER MERCHANT. *-^tuitder%s Ironmongery, ,F ;! Corrugated and Fiat Gmtvz. Iron. Fcm*g Wirc% Wire Netting* t > 0Kst tSunt & Dry Colors. Own Cirr to O&dbk. SMmpw Pruning Shears. , S^va AXtk KNIVES ON VIEW. fS?' Order* Execute? on Cimummun. C. KJLTEKAR. 11** «/t Oetdwtl Cormr Hotel.) (DCffl Pwu astd FiftbbvA Swets. £p ItBSX CLASS MEALS tux «M>> &>whb, 1 ,4^r Pawoa Wednesdays and Satur dtys feom 6 0>nu tjjit 111 RHTHillLTUItM. ssiomr coffej^kxjiai* mUUSUAX* JVSK 9th. &&m.ao wuonalb horticultural wiitl hi. wft—4 aiwwiMrtoa in jftfliv'* - * • U'r" ' * - • - liil.iimik.'' 8taP*.8Hk.l J. OHITTY in Hft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

^dPfooODB. Aj»n< Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews. &c. obtained to order. RERUIK H0B8E, JlFTJEENT^ Sl'RE^T, klNMlII, 12. M. DAVIS, Bookseller,. Stat io iter & Tobacco PARA NT (Opposite Meixxiwr's Hut*.) RENMABK. E. M. Davis, in opening the above respectfully solicits a share of public patrcnagiy.it intention, to largely present stock to which will be added shortly a well selected Circulating Library, and News Agency. MEISSNER'S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streams, renmarkXS Offers the best and matt Join - fortable A ccommodat^m for Visitors & y<mplsl Patrons will find evdl COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. BILLIARDS Mrs. MEISSXER Proprietress. ' Ci'i u Is r Fl ' •/ ' fc-j- • <fU < rr "■'. *• • 8 & N fi M © « £ =^Q *8 s»t Pft y Hv ^ >\3 </5 a § ■5 Riverside Nurseries, Payneham. THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT TREES IK SOUTg AUSTRALIA. ORANGES...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

LOCAL NEWS. On Tuesday evening Constable Teate wade a- raid' on- & sly-grogery iivthe settle* ment and eonfiscated a quantity of the invigorating beverage for Ibe me of the tttate.. , TheriVerik now rising slightly here, and the river- skippers hope tp> continue bringing their* steamersalong. No con siderable rise is* however, reported from pp-stveam. j The Isrgp dhannel' running along Chowilla Streett io< front of Mr. 'Waters* lbloek,.fr beihg fiUadnp, and astMwooe of l|saBaller sis* i» fee* Be made andeoBerated. [lliitvilLiaTtillAQtstitflb. iMM. abaci tine «|» fordn&gvW i^biuti «r; |jml poaulM> V«i%. oulvi towssbip only reqah^ckre takers, bat nbw every available teoemnit k rented, and severai to U $]£ the negative. .fti iiM north sided JR.cnmark Aveaoe Iftpvpd lbtt bridge, eonajderaWe clearing Captain OiH»r, (tfthfe steamer j Queen, is having lib btoek prapaftd for | planting. Mid /Messrs. Cbaffey Brat. Ltd. are clearing the land beyond the Reservo...

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The Pioneer[?] SATURDAY JUNE[?] FRUIT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

vsmvraRi. Thla MMon of thi^ je*r is one at which buraeUlers should de votetheiraUe^tiontothe tSSSSSm of pests from their orchards.; Wol^li1 Hie nralte ora^irattve1asi^;amK fungoid diseases arr^iot so apparent, at this time as when the trees and -vines ate blossoming, or the fruit set ting or ripening, yet now is the opportunity to do more in the way of Cleansing tile plantation than daring any of the other three stages of the orchard's development. Most of oar settlers are alive to the importance of this coarae, bat there may be- a few who are earless enough to take no preventive measures. The latter. though perhaps they may not recog nise and acknowledge it, are- doing nearly as mush injnry to their neigh hoots a& to themselves by their neglect. How aanoyiag. it m«st be for & settler who hast sprayed his trees and swabbed his vines to find that, his next door neigjhboar intends to let his orchard and vineyard alone to the- lavages of the pests. To meet coses ol this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 June 1895

'« hi J *■' u:l OH THE MURRAY RIVER, " 1 »■' >' ' V . ' The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. |3 CHiterl, health and IRRIGATION IN AUSTRAUJL and Is a iHcresi, apparently onbouiifd are wcaUh, adding, as a ceneoialtant, the domeitir associated with a life derated to cultnraft Frall$rowtDs fs Maflralily tiapted to ilvxi rlsss, fcy elr c»iihstanrei*. bive not had nay tralMlMfta the working of tiie soil or In firult cnltu^s placing no pb^iScftl tax upon the tperator; neitbtr Is U difficult to master, while at an ocenpaiion It to rally fli»clnatlng> At Miliara aal Sennark the results from Irrigation are woxiderffcil* each ctiwijr aa aailft la the wilderness,« ylea^ln; stjlit for eyes to rest upon. THE S58ST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT W THE WORLD, NEiSaOLD PURCHASE OB DEFERRED PAYMENTS. Route to Renmark. '* 1 i* Frt*;;r Adelalle to • * 'y train, 105 mites, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 170 miles, to Renmark. Tfte Gem leaves Morj.vt u .v pjji. tar-11...

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ITALIAN METHODS WITH THE ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 June 1895

ITALIAN METHODS VVIf H THE The United States consul at Nice gives, in his report to the Govern ment, interesting information Con cerning orange growing in the Riveria. Among other things he says "Ferti lizers are used for two definite pur poses and at two different epochs r First, to press the growth pf theyoung tree with man lire 'decom posed, which will furni^fftroiignutii 4Ve ment at once to the meal cakes, giiano^ried blood, • manures, etc. Second, for the support of the manure of slow decomposition, such as horn shavings, bones, woollen rags, hair, hi$B, and even leather. These are placed arpulodthetreei far from the trunk as the roots e^t^n^ during the autumn, and covered with earth to the depth of a foot. "The object aimed at in pruning is: to bring the greatest surface posinble of the tree to direct action of aiC ;i light. The spherical; ti<lewd besfe . Tok^pitfcig wiilgr^ theeaarlys brancbes;a used."—.

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POULTRY RAISING AND FRUITGROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 June 1895

POULTRY RAISING AND FRUIT GROWING. The combining of poultry raising and fruit farming is universally re commended. In this way two good paying crops can be obtained from the same ground. Poultry and fruit trees are mutually helpful. The poultry destroys the injurious bugs and worms; the trees furnish shade and insects to the poultry. As a rule the fowls will not eat the fruit, not even when it falls uppn the ground. Poultry will eat ripe or wormy apples that lap to,, the ground, btit will not touch pltims, , Apples peaches, pears and ohgrrier, ' should be ^at^red frqp} the treesrnot , from thfc ground, and J the trees. •

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CREAM OF ONION SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 June 1895

CREAM OF ONION SOUP; Peel and cut into thin slices a dozen small white onions, says the [Milieu' Hoi)ie Juttnial, and\ fry thferjaF to a light brown in a tablespoonful <jf butter. Add to the onions a pint of sweet milk, a quart of boiling water, a saltsponnful of salt, the same quantity of white pepper, a half teaspobnful of sugar and a pinch of mace. Cook half a hour very slowly and strain through a fine sieve. Add the yolks of three eggs, well be:, tab, and a cup ful of cream. Serve immediately.

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POINTS ABOUT EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 June 1895

POINTS ABOUT EGGS. A fresh e<™ will sink in water. It is not always safe to ju<Jge an egg;,by its appearance. It m';iy be Apparent ly fresh, yet if it al-gorta enough air., to permit it to float ieVe'fi a liUlle abovi'' * the bottom of the dish it may not be perfectly fvesh; tttie %hite'^^p4^v': fectly fresh egg cannot be beaten to a froth as easily as the white of an"£ggr-".g that is a day or two old, and if the egg is very cold the beating of the white" \vill be accomplishfed ''' more easily. It is considered q,n advantage by some when the shell of art egg will - peel off if the egg had been hard >$tfi4ed.' Such eggs jure not fresh,; as *'■ ; the contents of a fresh egg adheres ick>sely. to the shell atid. toast; bee J3& moved. When held to a strong light a fresh egg is clear^. and. if shake# in the hand no jatring- 6if Motion inust be felt. Hundreds of person? who use eggs dail^ aire tinabfe to jfidge of^r• & quality, and, indeed it is ...

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