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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
iocal itlus. Ileld over till next issue:-Vermin Board meeting report anld lothler mtter. The Seymour r ,:rpress, a bright and newsy little laper published in the N.E district of Victoria, has thef ollowing :--The. [ildurat (f'ultiratrr bo:rt>s of the fact that at a local I:otrdinRghouse they -peak French, SpanitI, Latin. Scotch, Yorksaiire and a little English. lBut the tirltiltor conceals tihe fact that Chinese, Larrikinese, high rtch and the spa:rkling dialect of Lil I::llal:mtiudgcree are spoken in the sarme establishmll t, tinl that a nmore expressive language i only held in check until a keg of Scotch whisky makes its appearancee in liitldra. Then begorra, the simple children of the rwet will join the fun. -[r 3taxmrilian Ilector, tihe irrigation surveyor for 3[essrs Chaiffey Dros, Limited, h:as a brother in the S:cremento Valley, California, who lrowns ai fruit nriche and ti ieanes iof irrigation makes it pay hand somely. We take the following front the Sacramento Dl?i Rlre...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 9 June 1888
General News. The Government has decided to armi the military forces of the colony with the magazine rifle anod to discard the Martini Henry. More cheap rifles obtainable by country shootists. It has practically been decided to erect the intercolonial cartridge factory on the banks of the Saltwater River. The tender of Mer Higgins for the recla iation of tile Elwood Swamp ha: been ac repted. The tender amounts to t::i,01,o 15., and the work has to be completed within three rears. A disastrous gale has visited Iceland. Four French tfihing vessels have beeLni wreckted on the coast, aal 1llht lives have been lost. The deatlh of Mr Robert Cha:mblers, tile read of the tirm of Messrs W. anild I. Chambers, the well-known Ellinburgh pul. lishers, is reported. A succesefll test of 'Mr I. R. James' systemt of laying tundergrounda teleplhone wires was made last week in Melbolurlle. Further particulars respecting the flood, in the United Statts,cause l by the orerllow of the Mississippi, show t...
THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. QUANTITY OF SEED PER ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
TIIll \EUlET.ITLAl AIIIIED. QUANTITY U S.EE!.D PEll ACRE. AsIin igullri.s it i t dlrills .. 16 qptrts ~Ils ti U s lants iii8,ttnlll ilk, i t lheant hush, lin drills 2?t .. I.httshel,? it s ,h , I r l fltef I\ Ifi t 1 o ptarts le ultS a in g l . Ir lf c & .2 f t b y t r t IC t I.t . 1. I uarts H"el , drille .. .. .. I h h trill'f f24t b t luvu.r hlru e re l .. . Crlirhi, I'rl tg r . .. . l q rt lnl, i el d .. .. .. u~i:irts Tuii, r. 231hi (ltlg oluu itcr, illl ull-i It .. .l SOqixt S )tuluui, nitwi,,Tin lll, ttti ittylls itiii; Iii. , iih rtlll Mi .. III (;l~~,ble. .. .. "S ? (ll pi·T, ye .. .. _i ittu-lu, ilt rlowsl' ft • .. Mlons, l ~i t, d r.i tillsi-u t ies 1 .nib3 Oatsf . .. . '. hlhi Ills t.I t';urniiui. ill r rillsulst .. .. ., ..llr tats +tlylt .. 1,t,wlll Turstu y it's ril i ti . . Intuit 'Iutui.utiuluuu's |i-uuu, i s,shor t byrie tie li t~. ? |Wiul~, lit dlrills 1f3 luliuts Tll'lipI~'lllll~lI?? . .111 m~ 111 " lll'l,cstti ilu- r lt ]S Cl i I' I Iis.
MODES OF PROPAGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
1OItIF OF PIiOPA(L\TION. The following scheiuile is adapted to the propaaition of the dilfferent treesald finit-learing shrubs : Apple anid lPear.-Buhling and graft ing. C'herry.-- .ostlly by lulllng : )but succeeds swell by grafting if done very early. Peach alnd Neeltarine.-lly budding and gifling. l'lmtn.-I- y grafting.i : also by budding if the st.ocks iare thrifty. lprieot.--liy btudling; occasionally by grafting. A\hlnund.-ly buddigi; ioceasionally by graftnig. Chestiint.-lly early grafting. Wialiut.--lly early grafting and lby an lual bmliliti ,. Quice.--ly eitting aniid grafting. Filllert.-lvy siuckers aIn layers. The fitner sorts iay e? graftled on the more cilnnon. which reduces size of bush anId mallikes them more prolific. Srape.-lly layer autd euttilgs. aud in some inltalnces graftinig is adva:utageoiisly emllloyed for niew ilnd rare sorts ioni old or willi stocks,. producing rapid growth antd eiarly bearing. ilaipherryni l llaekle rry.-Bysucl?ers, culltting off rlooits...
Murray River. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
Murray River. Ieight of river above sumlner level at Mihlurt : ft. il. First fortnight i Jn aluary . .. r0 10I "e ml. .. no. l:iret fortnight in February .. n'll ill .... i to 1 in-ie fe .. ..t .. i i Firt fortnight in a1 il .. .. crneelllt . . . .. .. - 11 First en ek ini i t itte .. .. 3 1res' nt leight .. .. .. 3 9
DEPUTATION TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
I)EPUTATIO TO TLO T PRIE.MI Ei. On the following day a deputation waited upon the Premier to Ine the intnrlutction of a: system of bonuses for the planting of vineyirds andl orchards the cultivation of forest trees, tile export of fruit aid special prolucts. antl the priduction of butter, suigar, aIi syrup. The deputation was ancompaniedl by Mr Hiall, Mr Rees, and Mr M'Coll., 31.L.A.'s. Attention was called to the following recommeldlations in the lifth progress report of the Royal Commission on Vege table products :- " A judicious system of offering bionulses for the ,lproduction of new vegetable products and for the further deveclopment andll inmprovrment of vege table products alreadly established. "The granting of bonuses for the cstablishlnmntc of factorics for transform ing the raw material ilnto the manln factured article. "That blousels he offered for the best vincyards andl for the best wines." It was representedthat that tie cities haId iecen encouraged by protection at th...
Bonuses for Novel Vegetable Products. CONFERENCE OF FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
Boniuses 1ur oell' l'cClstable Products. 'ONFEiT'ENiE 1OF VAIIiERS. A c lonfernce oic f f:armer. frtitgr?ow'ers. niil others ilntrested ill tile uaii!estioils cIIti111 iillcile fol' eut'li ti iic l _le n iw ii. cil tural indacl ries was hlchd it lhe Ell Ch i i t: . r on i ch in>t. IEXPIIL.AN'ATRIII Y 1llDI I KS. Ihr .l . K.l\ie llagll. l. aing- : larcjienlll of the motviig liy. eei-i voted to the chairi. >id that >ince its proplusAl wa?s ir-t motcl sae12 it monthlis ago, it iha received very corlial asliitalice from hiltvlreil socitie and the Il resls. If a! Ic llc Was _ainedI by oIi nly oi e in at hun dIlel. or even one ini a Ithoaiiil of the fallrme of the aololtics. tlhee particular individual would becomei a mediumt for the educatll il ifl if lc a whle distric. At present the weight ii proiluce froe ?ereals was abouti half a tl1 per tacre. lbut ithey i:l it ti the ltlhority of the Chief Scretary that an acre eul?er in ten? ullure would yield niiiine tols. ,.1 NTIiG Il"'...
Goolwa (S.A.) to Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
4ooIlva (S.A.) to Mildlura wllin-' ilk 'II-I CII)IIL·S .. 93B \1~mRe:. .. 55 '1'II(11I1II-1 II· ? Rtlrh .. f Wal .. ., vR \1:111111111 .. .. ý.i 'Ii~ lillllll · 3 lI'1. .. l It~w It lrtttn . . ý 'l rl .. :u3 ('lrioll mat- .. .. ;ea Ilrerlawl C'ýýrw L . .. 31I 1"nt .. .. ?ID \la th l .. ., 4t 1lt il .. 4n1 e~rr l.illlf;. l.l llllttit) I . I"S3 \1'lawlialel u I 'land . 566Il~l \I n . Sv _\tlt ln mlt .. . 5:1: \il .. .. finl \t 11.1)C'I 1\.. .. . 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
WHAT HE WAS HANKERING AFTER. Farmer Barlow-Tom, what doen that sign ray? Tom--It sa's " green grocers," father. Farmer Barlow-Stop right here, Tenom. and hitch the old mare. 'vre been looking for that kind of grocer all morning. I guess we can work off our last ,spring's limed eggs here.-k-lrolt Free Pre?a, 'rhe LoI1i,,,tor t eonm wvithi interestin iig instructing ijformatirir relativr to uworking of the lonvy, ani with inrartical hinlt :tint ohierea~tieu by the tuet if authorities on irri'gation :toold jtlenuo cult tr.. The rtospr is of t"' ,gesr, and is cocodioolv \woll rot til ;to v:o writoou.
Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
Mail Arrangements. .Iails cllc iat. lilulIra for :?;at ! eill Ut t Su~tty,. Tles- ?P?n?g . ,as, nal Thurs tL1?.,1s d ,ays at 6.30 i.l. Anwl internelliat tt placc? eulltw,,rth l TuesIday. Thllurwlay, nll. Alllide ) Satulrlay, 12 nuol. MIail.e clin at \Mcllnnmrne for .ildurn ,,t Twslay-u, Tlntridys, anl Iatur lays at 5.15 i.lm. Th1e lirlllnr lisils arrive at the (hlPurnl IonT lt n,i Ti,,llu Iia- y, Tliiu-yl an :uI ltlrllls atn 11.111 Iill.m tMlblurionme nails rnuen lut illlln -Iln Tins *yiy+, Thur.,I lds., ni Satlurld tin t s .30 .Im.: tiu e time alhwiasl Iitr rn.it leiug n,,anlt &lt;55 hi,.
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
In order to facilitate the opet ations of farmer: a?nd pastoralists in the erterniia tion of the rabbit pest, Mr E. I[. Curr, Chief Inspector of Stock, sar? ii is abso lutely necessary that tile couutryjshoulld he wire-netted: andl the Governmenit should encourage the use of the mater al by re moving all duty from it. And o soy all I:all and Co., railway contractors, re covered £5 $2 from the New Soutlh i ales (Government for breach of agrerment in connelctionl with tihe constructio of the (;len Inies to Tentertiehl line. i The body of Mer Chao. Ball, tl farmer who has been missing from his home near ?Ulmnrkalh for mlore thln a week, was dis covered in a well 100ft deep. The Maloga Mission blacks tracked h:io steps for a cn eiderable distance. The keenness f vision lisplayed by two half-castes in racking vas very remarkable. The railway department proposes to Lild a new station :t Siencer Stret and.'.o effect extensive improvements in the (Ballarat Station. Mildurt wants something o...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
PERSONAL. Mr ]L. Iughes, of Swa'tn Hill. is very sould on irrigation matters. lie ehs bought : considerable lot of land in his locality, and is waiting and working for the troubling of the water. The lahel of tonguesa at the Mildurae m:rding honuse is more distracting than ever. Italian and Lancashire have been in nroeluced, 1tli between counts, dllkes, nld colonels, the boys lld lthe English tonlgue tarely stulicient for the ceremonial polite less which prevails. fMr Gordon Legg states that very little is known atbouIt Australia in America. Ile fore lie carne over a friend asked hint if the people could talk "United States." If wes had that t man's address we should send himn a sample paper. Mr S. G. Th'ompson, of Ntnmutrkah, is a eomintg tman in the intense culture businless. lie wsrite, " Mr Skene is quite right ahout the wonderful attractive intiuence of horti cultural pursuits. I atmt getting fonder of it every das." Ie could give most of the old farmuers points oni the problem...
Notes and Queries. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
Notes anlld Queriies. ---+- I:. It.. [:ranlk?hon.-- hI . diil',rVn?e wen .~,tm'IrneI and lil, rI tite l limin :a r c I. Th. ihlrtn tiin i. t" eiil, . lii ll th it II' 1.h llil i le. N. T. T.. .\,helhtti.--\V," mo n th.t' " ; III rtable ai t lI re?II i t to .ii lipiy 'li itr llll I the t- e - t ,he li.' , r i S illlt flltlI'ft till i'. h l a il tol\ it) r 11 h1lt th 'mh. , '1hr \i ne hs"u in 'the Itutherlhen dit'i,"t r ,in,, hat this \vill' Wm ithi boit ;11st1 \\ so they eet terln Amvwni and;l griafts l| ettcr(' ;varieties upon the stiocks. W\\'o stouhl "eonelllllllll 'I to try hIte\ this. p;lal will succeed. .\L..uur.vh. W\arr'aknahcal.--Ym, ,.an hi tni eans a\ filurei. It is workdlii unit and is a l exceedingly usiul im lhanent. T'll. " ' forest devil " is nlt workin u a ll-the tracti-in engii , oing the wrt?rk far morne quickil andl effectively. The lucksceraper is oit,:; splhndid work. and it oul, l le ,l'lien ilt to irrig te the laild In.Iperly withoa t its usistance. As f1r thi...
Renmark Notes. JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
Rciaziiark Notc. (1I11;~ ~ ·ti it ile fl ( lllt T : ·I1nx llr · il Yv qiiiii· b1 1. 111 lrv1 n li in ' II ti Il.u i iil.ir i Iiuu' op'g ii YeItionlcl I.n th" Inn 'Iwo of a gat1 III,, nth init. It IN in cargo fo rlr 1:ten h tl for :I~llu ti.ll: l .1. 11,11 11111 ,he haL ,onn"II I:,in Ilillittl_. t'hili 'chinII·I it vonmIIrlio. u lit 11,\.1111 the '11111111 and1 tlti, i' IIoI1( \·alr lr trill at 111I·( by hidil oa (her w· \ill he· lill('l frith s 1):ll1o \.llhieh it1 1~1 iii t" lrnlat",I wil hll it i 1.1(1. 1)o1 m a11 \ evivln('llt elnh haI. Iu", n forum-1 herellr rather out i1 fll II' ,ea~~loa it~ is true, hilt ,op of }' n·' one if o I'i "" long-felt trans....,1 noons. There is a football existent its1~. 1(111 to et1~:i 1ket . A svhetitIe ha., liven pro- ~; potith' l for the formation a ul l ttr;~ boih
LOOK AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
LOOK AIIEAI). Tl: l"hyihernating" habits of the steambloats which ply on the Lower I.nrray slhouhl he kept well in view by ltose who interest themselves in the advancement and lbtilding ,p of the ililtlra colony. For six months of the year tihe navigation of the river is practically impossible for the larger Iits-the tratlic being confined to smaeill crafts which carry very little cargo. This being the case, the move nIents of oiur public men ,I iist lie orlered aecordingly. In sumiining up the reqjiremeniits of the settlemient a little foresight mist be shown. If there is likely to be a pressing nee:l during the next six months for the erection oLf . postotlice, courthouse, inld other pnblic ulihlings, it will not do to wait until they cannot lhe done without. The rush of poplaitlion is cmning--there is no doubt about that. 'illura will be settled far more rapidlly than its promotiers ever dreaimt of. Already upwards of 31000 acres of land have been disposed of in horticultural lot...
LIST OF LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 June 1888
LIST OF. L_ INDJLOLI)ERS. The fohllaw'ing is the complete list of l:tud ht,lers in the settlement of lIilitura. giving thle *tlock-, sections. lots, and areas of land 11,Il 1y the ret pective proplerty holders. The talle i comtpiled up t tthe lo t .A e: Name. Lots. . r ea. if n o.T1 r1: 11 n D. lV.,It.'l'hntl- ll ;,S ..' _I _ . H 11'. V 8. Ir.,rtth . 'j,, Vl "1 __ %3r, I 1. ha .1. Chyl . , . ,i- 1. Pat-r. \ , l. T * 1 1 tIt 1I w1.. n :nun .. . 1,3 It tW . . t It ',ry . - I ,.. 2 \I , .. '1 T el" l 1 3 i, ,I . . 'l.' n .. t1 III i , -Al. l r, .. 11 i t~ [! v,1. to k n .. il -t 1 .. V ;. . ,,, V t .. t ,, ,: i.. .1. ,:n, h..... .. 1 3... .I Vt, lVV-ltI "re--- 1 - i Vi'i '. 11. 1 O..n 1' 1, n , 5 1_ . V. Vt,,-, r- V'ttV Pa. rlde V l.tn tt , tt "t F It. tLtN l t,: \\. T.Il-h. D...uy 1 - .1 , 1 .Vt Vt, -,t ,,'. T r.1'r . I II 23 11. .\lEreg,,r Sll 'r ril , I l T 3. 1 1.e p .I. I'. ` [. h211.. .I . V V ' t h V T tI' lri-i tll .. t t2it, N. It. .," 21 h , 23 2 SI. 0ih , 3 t,: S' 'I . lM ur...