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PEACHES AND APRICOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
III the Sitat Ctlara V:lley there is not tituth irrigatietiu. bet they set gtwi rerpe of pelchese :a l apricots. The local jour nal sais after ira:inlg the climate : luit lwe hear the li stlory every day or two that lpeople cannot live on climate alonIe. hence to thoe who pureihaceta few ho' ldolllllar.'s woirt? of oUI' best cli ate we throw in la few lacre t f our hei t l:ld. that their may e l t the other comforts thalt of reptil.n in the shiiluiw of their illtvie 1 ald ftiltree andL partaking of their fruit:s, nd wihat is eitter than ail. slanlte irte imtIlney. We hIave giveni monthi after tillith ilnstances f Ihol or clhard productte aitd the amtuti ts they pay, al wte ,hall ido so from time to lime in the fut re. fer it is the fact of actual proi ictiunl that tells. We ito not intent to give isolated casces. yet it is ot act illng ot itumta naturie to stllppress good sItorn whetn y'i know it. "ltis whelni wre rlatled Itst moith htiW Phil ieretterel'ctred . t1c wsworthof peaiche...
IRRIGATION. WHAT A FOOT OF WATER WILL DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
IRRIGATION. \11I11 A FOO 10 OF0 WATEiR D1Iii DO. 'e 0 reeived l relrcIul:il letter tile othcr dIa froim :11 I..-1 ,ltvc.111n cl-\corlter I f irr . \aiI C. IIIIIV I i. Wle . 1le1m 111 tlae i ]it 1877 a 1Iaiivch dI itclI If the FIeCIsI It i *' tt tilt) Iain i r Iri Ia IIIon Ig I .2 ll I ,vilalaC. .,II f11arm.11 Illell. ,w1it e i thCe IIurrumllile errantryI.. was then a desec-rt n-a·( e of plaill alt tlle Government prlt I~ice o~f 1IIoI.L'Tct. v e11 II e l l1 r , I" l- ll cll Ihlt lt lle i l b arr . wIllaerl' II) tll I m lig 1t p 11o ilitsCre201111111 applel IrTltLetl'C. 1011 be IC:u~ia.: 12.5110 plum and pt'nIII I tree.:. 41 :11) bearing;la 110(.1))0 peachil:, :n 1 uee IIrine.:iou hearing; LPI11"0 alloe 10. _'o Learnt- : 101) olive. I b uar-l itlr ; 4C: 11.)11)11 fig. ,I hearin : 700l1)11181nge.1 IcmvO.:nld 1(1110, 11)1011 cherry. S bering~ 1000 attalpas: :"000 elms : 200 tulip : 54)00 ash : 8000 pecan ; 5000 :maples: 244O0 4:m 'ri.s. : l(1000 m)agnlias : 53000 sassafras : 1000 beach ...
KERANG TIMES: [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
The llaer cotails I mnas of interesting ioit instructive reading matter. Irrigation ant its accompaninllg ijdustries are of course largely dealt with, bIut a vaet auntott of tmisellanieous information is also gien. The Ldtlliretor is an excellent prodlction. anm a commoenlatle depairture front ordinary jourialismt, to which it will Iprove a valuable allitioi. A solftolatial increase to at alrealy ootet.ree circuntlation houll reward' the cntcrprise of the prototers.
A Talk about Olives. Mr. F. Closs, of Auburn, California, thus talks about olives:— BEST VARIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
A Talk about Olives. Mr F. Closs, of Auburn. California. thus talks about olives : nEST VARIETY. The comparative value of the Mission and Piccholini varietics was discussed at the Santa Rosa convention, where Mr Butler said : "I would give the pre ference decidedly to the Mission. While there are not many more than on the Mission, the Piccholini are so much smaller, it gives a decided alvantage to the Mission." My opinion alxbt that is quite dif ferent. I never heard it proved that the Mission will have more berries than the Piccholini. but know snme facts to the contrary. At thie place of Dr. Clark here are two eight-year-old trees, a Mission and a Piccholini, stanling only 15 feet apart, and having had always the saone acre. Last season the Mission yiehled 49 pounds of berries while the Piccholini gave i;3 pounds. This season the Mission had hardly any fruit, while the 1'icchiolini was considcred more loaded than last season. On the whole place the Missions yielded a fair crop las...
Cidermaking in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
Cidert-uaking inr Amlerica. A writer in tile 1Poie lc lural I'Prsx says :-The making of cider in the olden times was done at small eider mills, usually a rough, cheap affair, owned by some well-to-do farmer who mdle cider for his ncigiboursa at a very low price per barrel, or else a certlain share of the ciler imalc. The f:ariuers drew their apples and empty barrels to the cider mill, very likely assisted in making the itler, anll carried home their barrels of sweet cider, andl it was often sold as low as Idol per barrel where the piurchaser furnished his ownsi barrel. The harrels of sweet cider were rolled into the cellar on to a low- platform anull fermlletationl wa:s soonl over, ald uile blunits fasltened anll a wooden faucet in serted in one end of the Ibarrel. Sole 1put i|n it cupful of inuistarsd scele into each barrel of cider Ibefore fermncl-. tation was fairly over, anil other devices were used to prevent the cider frontu lie coming \\halt \\as called ai harn ider." that if...
Raspberry Culture. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
Raspberry Culture. -4- ... Upon this ,uiject of raspberry culture the Ilon..J. A. Wilsonu of Santa lara ('alifornia. read the following paper le fore the llorticultural Society of the State :-slh:sperries. like strawberries. have a special value as fiool. Like virawherries they are a special aid to di gesti t, beside;s econetaillilng medicinal properties. \'AItlTIES. .-A?tomon trilS)er'ies the well triedl Falstaff takes the lead. The t'hilaldeldphia proves produetive, though much inferior in size. and hau nothitng in quality to recomumend it. Knilvits Gault. from large to very large. is of too dark at c;lelell colour to be?e :i favourite. and too ,oft to bear tranlsportation. The tlavour it peculiar, and will suit .omlle palates well. lperhaps all wh.o eultivatle a taste for it. 31ay do fori the nmateur. but tooimu perfect ill the impregnation tal conse quetnt l lodletivetlle fortullarke purlposes. The Franconia is a solid berry, but drier and less producteive anut ctnsetqueutly les...
A TWENTY-ACRE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
A TWENTY-Mi'lK, OI;O IITARI). As an illustration f honew profitable a A lx-llxxi i 1iiit i llriii (.xlx i l.xx i xixxi xtixililc i smalll Ira i can becomex a x a.x lifxorixixnx xaxper .ixies the profits nccruing. to Charles staxeic for la-t seasxnx:1. lie lxhas lex' thllan il1 lhxrxx Il [? 'xt' t I I sexyt • C I5 .lýý ,hi lIri ed t . r iotx tit ts .. t i gxl 0g :lail s srical e pllllll, 11t I:i ts .. ;I I) ' . .. it:u I? o it w xxtfxxrex I. lin fact. it mxi xiht lxve ct, .rxix i1,xeffrxe the etp wiis hlf ripxe. Theit expnll.ie f ppli='at r1?n nd dt: i .ir tlhe fruit dii ii t oxc'teed " ;ilixtli .l whicxl h:lvc ; nct l ii pit sf over lliloihlils for le>, tilnI I211 l resl . Iorover i l" ols :Ili xire. lintxtl i h ailfpletniy for ia centi, iandl it p u. .lit ei .tritr profit ,f L? Il per acre.
HILL LAND FOR OLIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
iti i,,o c ,u ttyI . a I:Ic frutttilIrI?wer -til i- ,,l-tre tl l -. x uthi ritl ilt reference tI," -a, ,,t teli n . l i ecntl. it itll nllter -it,+ wf ith : reporter ofl I e f ite lit . |ietI un.. e?;hl : I ',nhl lhere rei l 'a-rk that clccattil l ull.Z, are preferable frllr tht L irw I f the live. in li ritdi alluvial -;il tlhe "dlie go? too,, |, much tll(: o ) wol) ! :w111 the fruit I: k- lileav.t'utr : e tine quality. TI'hr I'Iuth t' r ftrll the slip tll (tlive archan slhthl pay a profit of C2O per 'c in oil. c or Lt 1I0 if the fruit is picked '"ir hh, li-te .. iTh u ':Ie ile i f th1 litve fa f'u"I i- Itnt ._, ,rally us ,lertl: .,l. I hav\ heal'tll ?a.'li tbcl that for the IwIIa " r.,'in ,+ with a pick - i and shovel a pouttri ,d pi"i?c'Ik l .livl.a i- w ,rtlh itin i thal t the -:ame weiht of lit be-it ,beef ath at. lie lbtaiuned. Of ( turse tt. In btail thei fill valu ie of ihe fruit it -hui, hli lie ripened u, the tee and properly pre parel for tn after it ih gathtered. The htl...
CLING STONE PEACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
IIr 1!e NItI n f S aerlnuo.ilf. hs a ..,i! Vr l l ~ia ' foIt r elie tni e peaeii c i . I t;" ' :li WrThiie- to t It- i',i... :- Ii i he11 0lh .tre'tt ::1.I':!:n: ?_ - thie illin peath h:t .,, r tilt lt'''f IIh I lhe ll it1,1tit -it eate t l -t yetr' tt he 8'!10: ,pea ullt 11ht h i l t hild: prictite illt' It:,. . w li'h. tt ll acv I t t1 .f it" 't O.. l I lt'c' ni . 'uialitiv,, arrie'l at it, destina ti. a ir n..1 ,,n~lition. .\. a .Itrvinl "1 ,', ,litiIIn whein ripe on the trte'e. ?t' i I' l h:L' all,. ul 'I. tthe tfl't h leini.. !? ' ,ii i I:,t l .-.i . i Ilmu hill ill dryiIt . ith ' iItt.r, nowtt i tt !. ti ,. clini .: eal ily ]nU llel as the free. ul hhl, ],,te .'ln the ''Ik t.' p Iart. In paring the iw;lll t.' If' ft here there i- 11ot ,n ulllch h,-- in ,vcieht 4 "Illy St1lpp..se. It dIes tt repuire - inclltlh dryin_ ;., the un pral. :, whent v, dried ani etapor:ateil brin s. iull, tlia price ill ait "rket. Htty varieties .f .ellow etlings are -,Ih Unidler th,, ]l ,tle of Oral....
THE "Mildura Cultivator." SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1888. WATER RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
TILE SATURI)AY, JUNE 9, 1888. WVATEI IGHl-lS. 3?oEI:o ScieCell has dis(covered hoW to make bricks with stnwr and wine without grales, and some modern speculators know how to make money without scruples; hut you cannot irrigaie without water. For successful irrigation water is of the first importance, and .the chief es sential in regard to the water supply is its certainty or regularity. When a maln buys irrigable land it is the water right that he pays most of the the reliori, of Mr I ealdi, Mr .1. L. I)ow, andil Mr T. K. I)ow that in Southern California the value of land is regulated lprincipally by the char acter of its water right. Laul under a canal-that is, inl a position to Ie reached ib the water--coinanls fromt £150 to £100 per acre, while iald of exactly the same tIulity :ntil possessing the samue adlvantages ii regard to market and other facilities. but situaitedl above a canali anll out of the reach of water for irrigation. is inly worth from 20s to -lOs per acre. It is c...
THE ORCHARD. DEALING WITH WOOLLY APHIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
THE ORCHARD. I-A I.. N 1; WITH- \W'iil?L. ai'_iS. .\ 'd lifornihil fruitelower &lt;:\c1 ill re .:111t 1U ' l i wo,,le : phi . 111111i is a1i tis fid tl:at thet wilel fp m fr liei into snd Shilhr.rohalr!l.: liv' lheir eA-. W11he the Ž,l:it helltc a lltd 1e IgroWlil ii 1ll 1i' lt11 ize. they hl\'e their wool in their ullt -is. ic' I ill c ite i 'i-.' Wlia llll coI - linu'e s to do' unlil their wlil' p re full >ii . .1i lhis i . ale thae y :I le 11 i. . li' liv,. o li"i-x dal y. ile e tarn ali elir lll t i'.i and ihenil they are re:d'y to depoCsit their c''e? :a I ' think ihii e dep,,iit on twig-:mt ro,, ;i- well 'is ra,:,che. I1 iit ie -ell thei : ill Iehl'ni ry dIlepI.i il. i¢ l.- ':,' r llull ii'(.: - t ',11 5 ,11. I .'"11 ,:, (iii ll eiwr c^, where thef limis, Inrve !neti ut Iii' They woi'rk ill'l to the phylloxer a IThey canil lhe h, in ce?'k te :p.ri,l Ith, tree, wtvhl ,a:ln in h:ay of iiiel year. iII . I I' sill . C d11 I'll o f 11 "l'ie war Id.' iIt - I,,i i li- se "...
The Mildura Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
The Mildura Progress Commtittee. -4- The Executive of the liidlura Pro gress Conmmittee met at the Cultirator oltice on Wednesday evening. There were present :-Rllev. . Trathan (president) and .Messrs Cross, M3Kay, Trevatt. lnldas. Secretan and the Secretary. IMr F. Clark. The instructions of the General Committee from thli meeting held on 14th May were read, and the various matters were dealt with in detail. STATE SCHOOL. It was stated that the Department of Edcatllon had requested the residents to furnish a statement slowing the nnuler of children of school age actually on the settlement. Messrs Chaffey Bros had furnishled the infor uation asked for, and it had been found that the number at the time (three week: since) was 87. After discussion it was decided to take a petition round among the parents, urging tho imtllnedialo establishment of the school, and Messrs Trevatt and Secretan were entrusted with the duty of collecting the signatures and for wyarding the petition to the Mi...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
PERSONAL. M[r Williamn; ha. called at this otlice to state that it is not his intention to erect a coffee palace at 3Iildura. He proposes to build a large club-house for the accommoda tion of those who becomle elmbers. Tile Swan Hill Fire Brigade is always on tihe alert. On Sulnay week as the folks were cominll ult of churcll tile arlllarm of tire was raised, and in less thran three minutes several tiremen were on the spot ready for action. The fire proved to be a ismnll affair caused by the State school chimney blazing ilp, but the ipromptitude displayed was most commendable. One well-known froitgrower near Went worth sells his orange; at ds per doz. on tlhe tree. Some of the trees yield about r;0 doz. in a year. - MIr Unreton is not thle author of the t pome " which appeared in the first issue of the Culticator. iHe is writing another book. 'there is a theologian on the Irlletii who says " Itr the'multitude of councillors there is whiskey.' lie is as good as the moa: who saidi-"it...