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IRRIGATION. AN ARTESIAN BORE SPECIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

IRRIGATION. AN AIITESIAN ItOlORE S'PECIIAIST'. Lately there has been a good deal of talk about artesian wells. and the success which has attendled e he experiments made up to the present in the colonies points to the conclusion that many of the now arid districts will becomne fruitful and flourishing localities when the suh-l terranean supplies shall have een tappell. A reporter from the lBrishane lfrgridIh the other day interviewel the contractort who, during the past twelve monllths ha been findlin artesian twnter in all sorts of unexpectetd places in Queensland. This account of Mr. Lockhlead is worth real ing :- Mr. lockhead.who has so success-. fully carried out the sinking of the great water hores at lIarcabllinc. liourke. WVest land. and a score of othier places. is onle of those stalwart. silent. logged mtnc who go about the world digging caenals. huihl ing railways. sinking wells. and as Car lyle puts it. leaving " England her mark al over the globe. only in thi inlstance it...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OSMAN DIGNA'S LETTER SUSPECTED TO BE A RUSE. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

OS3IAXl 11i11i;IN llliLlll: 818 1I?TIF:lI 'to 11.: t.. It:. 1 u?.I?x N. lioni:iv. .: Ilia lllii ,e i Il inl l ti-l lli lli ,ll liiei Peilrl i ts1 i ti i li thte tatil te ,piI Iio of the (nl, ernlntelll lt the1 1 lettller -nit 1. mn llanll Il tJJ ll \naý I t. h iin . hu t : e l.h v ee r Oriental ru. el uell it w:i impn, ible f"ir Iin .lll. Irtil. l fri Ii v,,x to KNh rT t nllll ill the time . al,\' I fr h: t tlh - .ludi. fi1 an, adhleI that the pro p,,-n: that the lhilti-h trup. at Sunkim >houlbl retire bef.ire in.nlelt htsiege'? Ica, ignohle. and ei tu, linot he hon] ]ra ly entertainel.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Some Pointers about the Germination of Seeds. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

Some 1'ointers about tile Ger* mnination of Seeds. eedtls require darkness in order to slart. This may not be a fully reclognised fact, but it is a truth : thereforle some people who know how to almaipuhlte very choice ald particular wels will naise :I large percentage of pllntll from lll ma ll pinllch tf cecl, aln otll?h will mnalke al cotCmplete failure in trying them,. 'Providel seeds arie atall. they malst be linot e covered with tull ch soil, consequently very ine see2lds 1o llnot hler lthe chance of darikness to help themt germinuate. tluness it be artificially provtide thetm. Somlle skilled seed-ruisers do this by lowtil very line seed ol the bare surface of a well pul vcrial and moit soil. covering the lput ,r secl-pan with a slheet of glass to keep the m1oisture golu. :?ul then providin, diarkInes by a ltbird over all. If courue the lard needs tcllo l.be removetl st ool0 as :matlhinc glrCee peeph above thile soil, for thalt Iwslii alnd m1ut lhave light anld aitr. wantitig t...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Latest Cablegrams. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) THE PANAMA CANAL COMPANY. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

Latest Cablegrams. TII I'.\XAN31\ ]~ ANA?.i. OM I'ANY. i l tAI. ls. M1 ii? ny. lctinlll y t IiU 'l;llinlt r if D? cp lli is o f tI''he ! n haurk ilntou dbll(V 1l ,by tlhe ll vVIIrn im i tl for pirlltiltii n ti; l'e, ;n ; n i l i alll ('ptililn 11" ti n ih' r payment oi f illtlert l. oplinion t II t11 i IIrej tion oi f Ihe Hll will jellpardi- i the 11: IIIte II i f i th I e ip hlii.

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THE HOUSEHOLD. THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

THE HOUSEHOLD. Ill t l TIIE ILOOKING I LASS. (ly Mihs. r..houx ll.utI,.). I have delilerately llmine to the con clusion that it is a ,mistake to close very light colored garments. A light costume to he snllccessful shoulldtl cor respond in every detail. trd albove all. ahsolute freshness is indlispens;nle,. and thlis entails a sotewhatt extcaensive ward role. I muast own that tha exquisitive ly pretty cambries aind zephyars which are just now exhibited in every shop wintlow in such tempting protfusion :are most attractive, and certainly for dainty freshness inothing caan sulrpiass. aa gown\ ofa pale gray. cool green, or delicate pink camlbric. and on first thotughts it scents most suitable for those whoi like to look well 'dressed-and where is the woman whoaa i in o r heart dhoes not ?a lut. alas ! after at Imost one week's w~ar the dress that looked so pretty is sailed iunl ctrumled, and even if sent to a ,u?l laundress it onver regains its ori ginail freshn:ess. It is a good plan ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

1crsonal. Mr .Schey, w L.L.. wh lias, since hi election fir Redfern i N.S..). Ieleen 'rac fully sittilg on a rail. ha- at length r-Ittndeu on air Illenry Parkics t, wrlim e or,- hii lulitical bein.. hr rclhe- (prlnmllirol Sky) lhohl e the pos-itiou of ecrret:lry to tlhe :ailwa:ly Empnloyeets A.\sociation. alll tile action . tile collil-iolelr' in apllpI.Itiulg 1tw, i,.-pector, ,f lile --le trail Enllknl1 ire to ulch i exteilntII that he intimatetd i the ItoluOe the other night that he wai tie termined that the Government should ltt drag him at their chariot wheel day- after day;: he wouhl no longer follow a Govern. tmelt who wotl et guliltv of uclh conduct as the presenlt adtlniii-traltiOl revelled inl. T'he que.tiont that nest trie-. is Wht kind of atidditiont does he make to the Oppo dition rtiks." Mr. W. I. Chafley. with Met. ('ha:iley :anl fanily atl Mrs. Cthattey?. -en., left for .\de laide by the Ittulyoi Saturday 1:lat. Theyr tpr p,,e to spend cnet tenent the : raidJ. At the ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Notes and Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

Notes an1d Notions. It is plOS.ilble to grow fruit succcssfully in some localities withollt irrigaltion, but the dal;ger woutl be that inl a district .here thie a:tund ainfall wa:y adelquatel the clilli: c wouhtl not be so guuoo for ripening aml drying. Iere. at Mlillura. we can gett at least two crops of cereals in the year by mneans of irrigation, and our lonlg, dr, hot sttulter is our bower anchor. Killing with salt is the latest way of destroying the Canadian thistle. Leimonls canl be kept for mlonths by having them covered with water itl a clean tight jar or cask out of Ihe stun and cihanging the water every two or three days. !.e tmanner of preserving these wholesolec delicacies cannol be too widely known. Wheat ::t 3iblura antl ?ileniark will mature inl about three tmontlths. .\t lien nmark the other day a crop if whcaten hay was .Id aI ut £8 per tol. It wa:s sown on I:lth St $ptembtcrand the crop was takcll off on the ]2th inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

: ;i-:":uuscl·~e..U-i re,7·Z S 9 :PLAT4 BEiIA~ *: fj.- ·-·,·.: ·~a'; W'~or?~-~ i 011 R~Ih~V~EY.AP~ - An Secur a·om~qnceioiliursel Chlden P,-rODaI ievited''to.the * Pear -· or exp~i:rt~i thc moatr for Desrying oryCiningBuy Wn* EST;:m9r DIurERSii. .lfyogsod.·5) If yu iisito Irme ndP:udic-: nie4,t',li s·~r u itable -vanetiesloUi ru an Vne aeda ' otane o'iohng., "':'PIONEER; NýU1tSERYI MILDUR A , ,··' ?NuaEsaiYA,U FLonRarT &c. '~ `t -- O.rnarnental Trees` r:4 ;; ' {Sbade3Tr'ees'=~ f ' lwrio ng` Plants and ShirubIs. .in Quanbitie's ;or Eatenslv&.. anting ORANGES A SPECIALTY H Iorticuiltural I3loelka Planted on the: c.,: ,:;- ti, Most Improved Syatem&,.. tlg1 AT, SHIORTEST ~OTICE" . 'v 1 LiberaI te run;s.a ý!fi SANDALONIG 1A URSERY~ I . - All dscrition of:OLNA3FNTA .v x SHAD~, and T1lP1T5t rREE BLOCK SCULTIVSATEfI and PLAN~TED ON TILE SHORTES T JOTIOIL =:Agenti'tilur.fi=}( :ý:..",. eP~ractEkal- .BooE au~ .Wsqoe. ýpasirand:Or erslep RAI sllama Mlllarerxirc: Ai~ýfF~1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

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Renmark Notes. December 11th. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

Relllnark Notes. (Fitont ti1 Cotlrt'ON tnxnT.) ieceentber I tilt. Tihe princill ita t Io news thli week is thai tine arte pumling engine it Intll iwaas started 't'estenrtiny to test its wnorklingl pIowetrs andt tin' re.sult was :utinsfteltory. exc'ept thIni 1tint'e iof the open r. lni! tihe iyi wiht.,e' were n log It thins wais nrectitiel this mIorn. tng and the secandsI trial In',n\el every thing to he ()IK. A.\l ntnnnsing ciremttn tnt:ance ocut'rniredI yesttenrday just nia thiltn otnlllllel l plllpinl. It lappears. that tne of the itent was wnorking inside the iarge tittlne pnilpe whllich coInItnects tihe iny with tithe 'channel leeading to Salt C'reek. The wlterenahout of this nati tas overlonnoked ty tihe enginedri'er niil numpini waits st.nn.ted nis thohnig] all tas clear', aint tihet' tt'ater rushel thlro'ugh tihnepipe at t great nite. Inlppily. the Illnn wais not f'lr fronm tlhe openl in of tih' pipe nearet the ni' al el. nal suf. [ered no itiny fur 'lt'her thtan einm inhot o...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. -4----- (FRost OUR CORREsroNIENT.) The principles comprised in the Gos pel of Intense Culture, accordingto tile system in vogue ait Millrna. are rapidly spreading througihout the length andl breadth of this colony, and it is safe tol predict that within the nest decade a complete revolution will take place in the conditions of rotr agricllturists, hor ticniltrists and graziers. There is no lack of raw material in the shape of ar able land and fructifying waters to work upon, and the inlportance of the subject of irrigation hals been forced upon the tillers of the soil by the late disastrous dlrought. Sitt SCIIEt ES A eOT. An irrigation scheme for tile valley of the Nepean inl the vicinity of Penrith is on the iapis and so far the project is credited to the enterprise of the Chatley Brothers and it is generally concteded Ihat in the lexicon used by suchll experls, the word 'failure" does not tind a place. The climate and soil of that regioln aire all that the most ...

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Goolwa (S.A.) to Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

55rlnt .. .. 4I~ '1Irtrl .l Irrk . Wall l inuotn. .. . Mannunm T lrr . .. lo:: S l CS .. . S lluheucrunl Blanc n .. .. lea I.1r~llr; .. . l1;:1 Rtnn tark~ .. .i U. North-,ac-t Bel[ I .\I~~r rgan 1 .. ..as Ilar] . I;ltl.. .. I I Clrcrl~ tttrl (.·ITII CT .. .. ;II (lrlirlllrpji .. .. :;24~ .. 110· RCIll11:ºT1: .. .. iii lu i rr . .. 'lilt \rllh.",~illlll1i · I~ .. 451l 1[icr: r iu1 l-n . itur · It. 4" 55 t' wll"' aI N ei~lrr .. . tilr 15rtr'h.. .. 61ýl

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

As our ustal Melbourne telegrami ha:d ot cotme to haud ::t a late hour lact night we were obliged to go to press without it. To-day's issue of the (ultirator is printed by me:ans of power suttpplitel from the large pumping engine on the river bimk. A :tin shaft has beenl carriedl lunder the iall; rator olllce frontt thi etlgielltC l t the clltgiieer ing works beyond. :ond the printing machine hllaftintg is now connected with thit by belting. The polwer for driving the variou lathes, shaping and drilling machines in the works will also be stiluppliedl from the large shaft. The opening of the " Celtetnnial " lioarl inghouse in Limu Avenue was celebrated on Friday by a social dancer. luvitation were sent round the eettlemett during the week :old a large umlllllber relpooledl. .\ very pleaanutt ereulliig resulted l ld d:tillating was kept up with great test till daylight. An excellent supper was providedl and ot the guests assembling at the talle to do, their duty, 1r Treby .-id a few w...

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Calendar for the Week. PHASES OF THE MOON. FULL. MOON—DECEMBER IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

Callendair for the Week. 7'i .1s '\- Dr T M II M IIuIO 4 I ..

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THE "Mildura Cultivator." THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1888. WILL IT PAY? [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

TIHE "'1ilt u'a Eultibator." TIIIHIS.Yt . IlEFlIIEi 20, 1SSS. WILL IT PAYV TI'i " mtosslaecks are getting sorely pressed. They were never in such a tight ih'c beft re and they (don't knoIw what to do. lEvidence of the advantages of irrigation are polring in not unly trout aill larts of Victoria, ibut the adjoining colonies seeing theIselves left, behind throlugh their neglect of water conservationl are il ing up lpractical itroofs ,of theadvan tates of ailt irri.atin systeim. The facts in all parts of Austrili't have becollle loll nulmllerolus to tle disputed nld cont euielv something will have to be dote. or miany highly respected old colomits of .-1o years standing will have to adopt tie shocking hlter native of admtitting that they have beet wroIng. A colonist who has been stant(lingtt for -Il years canntot be expected to make anly such adtiission and at the sa?le timle lie is not to be hurried out of his position of import ance byv younger tmet who want to make a lot of ionecy i...

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Average Maximum Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

Average tluiiiuitin, Tru'nugurnlum 1 n~-i,,;"''t "'";' iiuiihiI: Fir't fnrlliL lliph in 1·a·ln1ry .. .. 9.n, 7ýIrt, n i .. ..ii " F in-i t i .. ..I n nt iintfortnight in ninl .. .. 1?. 1i-nu irtniclll in \U}' .. .. 1. -I FIinnfn tmiiglt il ,1n11n1 - ir~t ,Irtught n .lue , 11~1 "u.l.. .. I~nu Iýir-t frtui ight in .111L'it- .. .. ý3u ýC'nll.. ., h II IYir. t fortuigllt ix ctullll .. .. FPII rrrelrll .. .. ..:r io 1in-n i-nit iflini Niit- tilln t. \tnn cnwlip Uilrtnnni lath -. tn,,

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Rainfall at Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

Rtainfall at Mildira. .1 .llr V.I A~gu~t. 1 January .. .. .. ., U.11 e Jarki,.cI.r1 .. V A irri] .. .. .. . .. 11.1 .Till}- .. .. .. .. .. U:!33 Augur t .. .. .. .. .. I:III Sqpre ubcr .. .. .. .. 1.47 October .. .. .. .. .. U.UW Norcmbcr 0.0n .o~s Totn1 An- Itl Januarys .. 5.3ein.

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THE APIARY. HINTS TO BEGINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

THE APIARY. ,q C, IINT";s TO BI.GINNEIliB. (11Y In.LRLES IICKYNS.). I will presitnll that the rendet r i en aged in the bee business;. ecnuse he :res it and is willing to give his time, abtlr all I capitnl to make it a surcess. f yiu are not willing to iIn this your nucnces is, to -;a tle least. very dlonhtfil. nd I wt,uld sugte.get that oull always bear in mindi that. to be seesseful inl bee multurc there in sntmtething mntire to be lomie than tI set Ithe hives oit in thle blck earden. surrountded iy weede. there left . themaclves. while the wmhld-he bee :eeper lien arlunllnl Ibakiill inl the 5u11 hint. buildiling ir ca:tles as to what lie will dio when :ie reaps his honey lharrest. fear tlhat these castle that occupied so nueli valuable time tio buihl will not tnwntr very far inlto the hearce?Is. TItiOrii UlitNEns itE:t, - ! REND. lie wthn in noit willing' to gi~r his tittt .il atltentiotn to hii heeý will nerer manke a ee-keepter : bill let us li.lk at the mani iwho i the sulces'...

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The Cultivator. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

The Cultivator. ----+-t- - PI'BLIEUlltiED E\EItY TIICTIISDAY. Tti COIIttI 'I'ONDtENTS. TIIht (';rin.'ltroit i devolted t te interests of irrig.:ti. taoll intellc culture. It Colmll:llmd ciceial salrces , fn illniii t i.ei , illl. i,, llbti rilrs re curdially ivited to ll:lre .elluirie- o.l nl:ttterA co.nctctd ewith theie iubject-. TO AI)VEIt T ISIES. THiE ClI'I.IVA'InII g oet, to lrcn ol en\itedStlltei, lftern.. and:Ii it will sa:ve lu ilre inlneniince oli i that day. Alt.p tion.ll- ol" , llltijlt lcetie lelltshlI Ibe rlerer llcc ei tee pI g. oIn TIens dayse, to eneure their being u lmae. NOTICE TO SUBtliSCIttBEItS. The uehecriptitlll to TII T CiI:trdi TnOt thlrolughl out Aneuntlllla. N Zehlalld andlt Fiji is tI per allllll, in ardvance, :elllll 14. per year to renat Britain, Ihdia, China, Jalntttitd the tiUited Statet ri- Sant Frellln .coi . ithlell tlllittinllCes are ?ellnt by eclhtieI. hl eititlltt l shiuitIittd t islt fotr Vie trial llld Is. for oIther tlabllks to cover ecchange...

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Progress in the Sandalong Valley. MR SKENE'S PLANTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 20 December 1888

Progrers in the Sandalong Valley. MP. HKENE'ES P;LATATi'lN. Iractical evidence of the fertility of Mliblhra soil when a-sistcd by irrigation i afforded by a visit to Mr A. B. Skene' even-acre !ot. In one of the early nnm iers of tile Cuftirator a hrief description f Mr Skcne's hidltin' wan given, andi of lis plans for its working. Since that imte he has hbriught the rwhle of it uniler cultlivatin. andi in showing the adapta ,ility of the locality vfor various iproducts lii experinient have been highly inotrur irve andl raunble. "iaving had several arge lnanting contracts last season. 3M :kent has not hcen nlle to give hir own plot all the attention it reluired. :and -on.requvently the place is seen at a great lisnlvantage. Still the extraordinarY rowing capacity of the soil whenl assisted hy irrigation is mnade abundantly maini est. A small patch of lucerne, sown in linle last, has, been twice cut idown close to the ground sinc- tlhat time, and now it, stanls abiout a f.,t,s high. S...

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