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Goolwa (S.A.) to Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Goolir.i (S.A.) to lilctdiira a1a 1a 111l,. Pointll 1'lUlb)11.1 .. 3 \V IiVgw ..I . di \an G:k . .. 555 3I1rV11VI11ti I l l I. ~ i3 1)11:: .. . 9 ýIIII(II .ý . . 131 'illi llmr= .. ., 135 .111 rn ýL1:ý= (·11:lllc l'ltr'l .. .. 116; NI I rll , XIII.. l l I r''l~ .. 11 \i;l Fa . .. 3011 C'',l lll~l .. . iI Pa~rings .. .. _a (I m I;151 I~lc'If NUMll c rl-ck .. ·11.6 \\a11;g; .. 552 \\'I rm111aIIII 1 Islanlld ,. 5c1;l M or . .. spa5 Neillul .. . 1 \\c tw tl . . fill M1.) ... .. .. IM,
LIST OF LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
LISIT OF .LID)iIiJOLDE)BS. Tihe follhowing is the comlplete list of laiMd holders in the seteltenent of tMhltra, giving' it,, 'ttc.? ?etinns. lots, '? n areas of landn Ihnl te tihe re' pectne property hLderes. -I I 1 In e Alisati y . ·. 8 , , . 1¢'. t r .. t,- l - Ft. I. i ll' . .' . I te e - Ft Ft,.',n.?- -.' ' 'n ,,' , l.5 M , ., I' .le .. e 1 , 3 - ?1' t. l'.tl rsont , ' 1 , " . C l "" ie t' I.'a e , 't 1 'e .pi Ft . n5. ' nit \. tr . . .n 13 It 15 .. ,,, • , I en , e Temp'' ' " \V~eer.. .. I II 1 to 10 "..1 1V . ".i. (, n, ...o.. . . 1, !. Fte. 1 ..,n-n .. II . - ,i. 1:\ , frdo h e . 11 ,' ,.. Tent tn, U' t " 1 W. 1. I'h:drey .. 15! II, ; ý . 1I. K illi. " -, l ! - II. F itn' t, I JIi, nte -n l 1f. eln'r'- ",r I',tc r- "e' F Ft.. .. Ct ''n 'i .T. T, -IMerrer ., I I..i t.1 II nln'. 'e e 1 n . \, ' r. M I 1111666,ii .,1- ! I ," " . tIr. Ie' 'it ' t 1'"e It. i1e'7'n., 1"" ,1, I. )N lll , 44? 1 a]n .. . \.s+ 3,, ".rrian 5 .. . ., 43, 7 r.. tne' .e1e1i .I .; .1. F e. netVin,-e t . 1 ...
MODES OF PROPAGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
.?SOt)t+, 0F t'tRO'.tA'tI'ON. The following scltcdule is allapited to the ]pr:iopagat ion of the dilftrrnt trc-s iiltL frluitl-he:ar1ing shniru?s : .\ple utnil Pear.--liddin? g ll ?tgraft gr:afting. Plumt.-lit graftine; also iby buIldingt if the stocks are thrifty. ii ttifting. 'Che'lunti.-l y ctrl ' grafting. I'ilnlutl.-lty early griftitng and by aini Qluitce.-?Iy ctiitilge anu grafting. I? ilhert.--ll suckers t ; Mitt lIlers. The i tr ts may le grafted on the more nlitnt which reducties stie of huish and makes them more ti lit"' IIGrapI.-lty :layer uail cuttings.n?l n?. sottme instances gtfi I isft gs:uln agous employed fur new a:tti te sorts tl chi ior wiili stocks. prutiicing rapid growth tiliii ea ? hi earinig. liaspiherry?? dt lillackl'erry.- 's'iuke.rs cutting oit rets anli layers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Si ell neIttr-T1hfe ll u'iwii stirve se nit aýfrom MIeltiuinie. lIecentir I he'1oult liniinig-roo iiiiaiagcr of the \.C.P. wiiiiiin 4iiliit atteri itdin to h eiieni ilu, haing slihtii ittack f sciatita. t he licit of the Illllle wii~hing to rr him, a-kedk~ the }'omtg tail t" who Irciillci at the table where Mr~II tit-.ieai. ''Sick iii ling;' was ilitereply. lue !whit ii thieimatter wit im' '" Acicitiici iii tihe lick." "Whit lkid Vioti ,tIi't ' `" 'CICtItisC ini the lech;.''
A TWENTY-ACRE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
1. T1'WENTY-\CA& 01(51I~1 l). AM san illustratioll of how1 prohfit ala :mall orea.1 can become. a Californ11ian paper gives the pIllit icer1Ui in t Charles Strlbc for last seal'". Ile hals Icss tian 21 aracesit of h:iaring trces 111. Ct. 50i 01o dretil apricots alt Wets .. 151 00 Su00lllll I1CI dried( pr·d ilt 14tcts . ;15 tit SIttII tint titaita prulac it 1Qts .. til l0t 40010tl driet aff jitlilt It t5ats 100 0il tlll- lric-l lnnrl 0t 1. jets .. 0-^ 50 1' 2111, ilrie l c1 Itlllc itt Itlct . 12 511 12,3001113 green ul tpl 0 at I11ts ..115 o0 Tutu.l .. . .. 1162 lit 'hae e tnlt IN tW o tl imar (an h trunin ustto ! aticyot.-r'/tia/; S Outur
RHYMES. BILL NYE'S EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
RHYMES. FivIo TI'rTIrI'l'I, .TIA I:. "1It M11 . III| :'1 I[.tITI;:. Dear IBrct liarts, '11t iitta r. A.\ld the t, nlllll l ill f h Itlt. tile -bh tll of the jmllt. No revlvler it \ i hlt('l'l'lrtqd with his ] health. T'hl convivial Rla: It wta- Itrrt! li tfl ith a , it It ith elitchhe IhoughZlt tt?illlltlttttllllllttt tlltllh. fol It Ml lui aILt l rllllll 11I l.lp lkl) to o111 tew : I',r tle ''lk?e, lit t? t M ltI live -tl;akes, as ta- relkolle a co1111tent -1ho. They \Ala ra lttle; a IIlir Ii. I . wtI th d~trl -nsI t II ter It al fe aI `het lv'illioul. ." That , l 1i.,r the i rattl'r, I thilnk, lia lulad all their incia.,l'r e tratcte. Thleylre ]Ninrhl l l,-? i n-?lhill" Io drinlk: .1 ff i rattler he taket, I'felii n .aft a: thyl'd t..tmhlw hee -11,htredl: but hle ~woiu that ler]llt ai .inkt. Wa?ii tt he't, ail tihey did,. .mt tihey ttlel like nult; or it t\'Il IIam1 a kiid, llnt in lm. Int ,li e i ll , u hail, lljtlll .t'oe, lr ir.el:lnliln tih' critter, ,lit \iil lll ull'.hi tt ]...
Newsy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Pun'ch has Ilia c.tle ? ee ot 1lihluma. i .ll We't t ? h e 'll~c lill l tile llon. 'Tomn Ienli t I notI b be' i? "h ill tilt' ,I?'v1 " is rahit:dly' depict?dI. Whalt make, the ilitlp lhlote n ra? vali?g tol T .1I1 I, that hl'1rsa _o lll ,t eal l of trll th t tl ' itst l ,iiost 'yI hl Ma: a ,l hhkll i.lmre hi unlathakiels. Iut the Milllura sclt'nme huaes hint right itt of sight. iThe Stiawei l Im?'et,. a reseetiltll eslab. heltl paer., Ile'otes a tlarge share of its ipace toalricultura l mattes. T'he teressity for irrigaltin ai, t the adivati - j:_le ofl iltelse culture are kepi pro Illt lll't befoire its ret\lerts, and the shiter freely avail, himselleI' of a judicious le of ia pair of 'is~,r.. lie is always ?ieul tll lmake due aetknotii'l'lgeleiit., a iatter whih l li ther ed litors whoi despoil hlie ('eeri'rlt'r'iIo IIt, alWitat's keep strictly Ii Inli. \We have a ie'i alnI it asly Itriess for treatin otl'etildete of that kin, . .\1t* rel?tt inertiilg of tile N?iitir.tili iarmere'...
THE ORCHARD. PLANTING THE ORANGE SEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
THE ORCHARD. PL.AN Nit TI [li i: ti.\,E tii sEEi. In slectting seeed flr the lulSery. if you intend bulding the vpInt' trees. you nlerl nlt he careful at. to the quality if fruit from, which the seed is taken. The plantlll froml the Soulr seed. as already .cat-ed. will fur a fete years grotw motre rapily. Lut mtake a smaller tree than the phlant fe-ta the street fruit. If you desire to grow your trees with ,ut miltine. select only fromt the bet fruit. lll from tree.I not grotnll il thle vicinility of ally trees .earil sour or ill ditferent fruit. All the varieties aiI even 1:peies of the eittrn. family mtix velT readily. a:nd if grownt in els-e prox- imitt . >ee-1 f ir l the amie tree will give Illtllt i mles vi rie ty of fruit. illt the t.lndeny. hretev. titer, ein twuI tile kittnd pro rliee. I y the tree f i'ott wthilh tlhe fruitl i phletikel. :ls the pi til, are m,,re ptl t ,I Ie fertilitel iby i llen frlt i tlio, ver s nrte i ol '- r i ?r e : tare t-t ite t:hate 1. the fruit ...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Stric. prcautios are ioia' tilkt:t bv tle Elxihitiltill C(lttttiitsiorr to p reoent the introuctionl of the IleTo?l lr in:o Victoria.t All the straws nse:l in packin. exhibits for the MelbournI e lExhibitio iS renle to the ,Carlton itGardet a:l tlnl1 estortl v y ire. Ilobart is to have a cofee p:alace at la-t. This shows the place is proere-sing. The ext generation will perhip- see irrigation introduced into Tatmania. Trouble is taking place a: nrt-ke in cott ,ection with the Shearer.' Uai, n. The late Sir Pete Scrat:chler't will Ihs Ireett sworit at tinider £1o0. The _\untralian mints have authority to coin gold, lnut have not authority to coin silver. A in'opol is on f: to apply to the Imperial Government fror the needed authority. It seemts alotnmalus that the tont of silver Au&lt;tralia lproluciie should have to he sent Horl e to get the QItlent a heald stamnped on it. The construction of aill -t, liner of rail wa attthori.edi in ISS I will not Ihe coii pletcd before the...
VITALITY OF SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
VITALITY OF SFEES Vlt niiriii. tie Lgrcia tI.t enli sccilsiinii, seems to havl~le Ilce·ll t hle most suclrcessfuI in siuictleli perijd thoughirl noti cnii jed ti cuiiij i\rti~_aiiiiiiiiiicid gc.iiclt cr. icicoe. Aniii tclhei. tinilis Sic l ii dis Ic lit. ircir tlitli thlec rc was >ppe:-d.Xiticliilu c'. :I cciItas be bcei. icitc nu~li .5vccl r, ~:lru iiiicciiio Orange Coccus Parasite. ea : c cir al b c I yearcs ; ca rrot. S Year, ucumb r. yers etirive~, It Years.: leek. s:-ear:&lt;: lettuce. :ryears: atize. 2 ceyan. : Imel. rears .nion (:tt. 2 Yaspeas. "1 yea-rs ' l'r.:y~~ 5pn-L er..: tt urnip. ,. y"ear.-A1uek 1.at: 13'lik 33-iea.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
PERSONAL M[r F. W. Gornev has realised that a land Dpec. at M[ild;ra is a good investment, and on Monday he l.,came the proprietor of 1n acres on San .,ateAvenue. Ile has a couple of villa lots adjý'ining the town ia well. MIr Iugh .Dick, of ColrauI 11a a11 e •eedingly va:.table property on the banks ofi the Mutrray. dHe talked of placing it iunder intenlse cull: ; some time ago, ald ;s he readl- the Clitirqtortl Prlhl ll reVretl thl' t lh did llot star' So-,l-.. 11II, .rnk ,m e solution of oil ta in. '', s -,:]lr ; ay il I[ take for iwhs!-y. and , I , rh a tw o f g rea t ul l ' l. in e , : ill ,. I. . a nt' - A well-known r._=.d "a. ,f 31ildura -rcd ye-tedlay e Tivellning tl ~ wr-t, a clllom of per&lt;t nal parcs for l:, t r lt, . : t lolrl, l d after chewing four of i oi r 11·1 ilatrcien : in: peacil- t, hits no I t hIrliu...hll t t pinL t Df ol : prilme Midnight oli .il.li e: ith. fl vin.. "r Parens trty h. l?iri trie', hil rider into the muitl , MIli day." ll col ll'it t...
RABBIT-PROOF SHRUBS AND TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
11.1 It1iIT1l'l10(11' Il ltl'ISS -1\ I) "I .ICI III' l hOOP j I IijfiPIO0.( AN l)lllT I1h~ !l'I~eI in rii o~n n may In\n intcrc-t tcl to learnl tha~t certainl hIn .f sIn~i ii gill ant he Ittackel lV ihcIIC alliutals unless at starvation po(). \rlio.h if privt and tie itt utu itnl Irilh vciv ire oly slt'ltl tinjured in very harl iii tter. tesl if till. Itititti, is the is Ii titifil leab sutitable forall ori tnctl purpS its a f iit~ cutv1 in
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
octal c[ 11du. en Our snhnerihers will he surprised at the T change in the (oltirator's day of issue, nc but it has been dctermined upon partly to c enable the paper to be delivered in distant w localities earlier in the week than heretofore, andopartly to allow of the memhers of the hi olice staff enjoying their Saturdlay half- he holiday, which has hitherto been impossible. ie The work of despatching the mcails takes a p considerable time, especially when so maony .c separate papers have to be folded and ad- ill dreced, andtl while the Coltirator wase pub- at lished on Saturday this work interfered with nt the h:alf-holiday allowed to our employes. th If the paper conttains less general news than kr Isu:l we must crave the indulgence of our tI friends. Our correspondents' letters hare not come to Ilanlld and the timelll at our dis posal for preparing local matter for this n issue is necessarily very liri;ted. Our next nnmbler will, we trust, make amends for any ti shortcomings in ...
Orange Coccus Parasite. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Upo' the snubject of the orange ncoccus, IMr .1. O. \\estwo?l wrrites : In the report published by (Comstoek. Itiley.nal Ilubbaird Ont les t royi Coe id:le on Oranges. lpublishedl in 1081: in Fraser S. Crawforl's paperon the lioundl Orange Scale in Australi."' rea:l before the South Australian Gardeners Ilmprove ment Society, ao May t., 1882, published at the Sureveyor-geneal's Ollice. \de laide; Iand epecially in Mr t',imst)ctk's Report ,n Orange and Lemon - Salcaes' for 1883, alout 20 species of Coecidl;e ar enumerated which attack these fruit trees, :tlit whilC are referred to lt genera Asphidiotus, Chintisis. P'arlatoria, .lytilliaspis Ceroplastes, I)actylhpius i'eryi', Lecatllnl. and C(hrvisomphalus lhese niterol~ ts genera amIi species of 'occidi:e are infestedl and destroyed l ib various t llillllte ]lylnopterous insect ibelonging ito the innense f ilyt Ci hail cidi l:e antI sib) families AphellClinin:e (ill cllihing the interesting little Cgeius wshicl ears ago the writer he...
THE "Mildura Cultivator." THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1888. A NATIONAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
THil "fI tia tuta Eultibato'." TIIlURSI)AY, .U LY 5, 1888. A NATIONAL QUESTION. IT mi:y sCeem a little " previous," as tile Amelricans say, to coinellnce an agitation for railway extension to Mi!duim at this early stage of the coloy's existence, but that is only because the AustiralianI milway policy in the lpast has always been to do things foreside hindluost. It has been the custom for the rnilway to follow settlemeint at a very respectful distance. and when any particular district secures its line, it is onlv after a long agitation, which accom plishes its object in an indirect way, by showing its voting strength and scaring tie legislators into granting its request from conusiderations of political gain. In America, when an unihalbited territory requires opening up, they put a railway line through it and settlement. speedily follows. The advantages of the Victorian systenm, where the process is exactly reversed, are nlot apparenti to everyoue. lil fact, we are not quite sure tha...
HOW TO START. Hints to Intending Settlers in the Irrigation Colonies. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
HOW TO START. lin?s to Intending: Settlers in the Irrigation Colonies. BY O. L. .1. AI RA3[1OW1.KT, 31.D. No. II. Let us now have a look at the whole licil that opens before ius in our glorious sunshlitne. and let uts shortly describe the lifferect specialties that Awe may site 'essfully embark iin with the help of ir rigation, and that we have to prepare urselves for. Our first anild mlost plrolnis ing occuplation in the irrigation colonies sill be frlitfgrowin- : industrial farming will take the second place, andl dairy farmingi the third. l:r all these we want a general know ledge of botlany. of the soil and its tultivation. of irrigation and manures. Fullrthermore. wte ml stlli study the nlatural frieluls tl enemiies of the agriculturist. prevent diseases andl pests in garden anl iield. For protitahic fruitgrowing. we lust lhave a knowledge of culture of fruit trees. Ilantinganitasl prlp-tP ttin.,g. graft ing. buhl hdi. and pruning. gathering, preserving. drying. "rd calnning of...
Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Mail Arrangements. flails close at t ilbira for Swr.,lull 0i1 IO Suudoy ..Te ~I~lallnI T\l Ito l1ly C t.1o. Iitug o 1i' d s 1i: jl s ii t days tGll.Ii:r I r 0icilo.,,,,, Toreo-, T7olon~sy', and M~ildurls wit 'l llc-,lae, TIIIrTdail) , and II1 atur-T Tlhe Ililir ailso arrie it the General t ati Ooirnu Ion.I ay:, IIOtr~ly, ntai lot rilay 0 ii.1ain 11,11 ,ortnc nIls orc toe it Sliltrtr in Tor. tate, llta ill1a tnt ll0Sturoylrs 1at .111 pn. : the tine allowed for transriti b lothltt 58 Itntoot.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
P'L\NT' .AN 01 :NUEllY, ORCHlAlIO Oh I \lblN VINEYARD, Ana: Sector it Competenc~clce for Yourselff Iii! Chldren WEST BROTHERS, (;UUoLtoUltX VALL eY NtI t5IIEtOi. MOUUO 00P N A. Mae n Ii. a Specialityva o\ ALL FIIULTs and NEW\ I'IUIIUUCI'S Suitcd to the N othern h)itstrCet. I att ro wan t to lat tte Itsi V:11-ik -fiVS of 01%'11 9e" ;111(1.tll inctirots tor market, the fer; for espolt. tilhe iost piolitahle kinks of iRaisin atni 01tmrrattto. the F'ruits best suiteti for Irtin or C(initing. he nly firon WESI' BROTHERS. It yout atcnt ooal Incitne iSeei httless Titiftil Linel :loiher Cline Seet itroetn Coirnt tI lt(tlt.\st ONLY lOROL \\ :sT Bliuis. If von irant;Illy ilifoujnjiori oi I P I itulets sitited iln the Noth \V Ii uticep ito litei. Thyfel Caution.-I ttctttitg ptites tanteisol ,utbevritentier o I rtttitt tite, toutu \ines ate diear it obatttjieut tor ttothititg. l'IUNEEBt NUBiSEUVY.. MILDUBA. D. S K I: N E. Noes Y~rl.AN, i'L~oflIS, &e., HAS FORl SALE: Frnut 'Tfrees Orname...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Business Notices. GEORGE GEORGE (LIMITED), Universal Providers FEDERAL EMPORIUM AND EQUITABLE STORES, 89 CoLLINS STREET WEST. RESIDENTS oF IILDURA IRRIGATION COLONY cannot do better than send for ONEO OF OURI CElEBRILTEI) TWO GUINEA HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY ], PARCEL. I Which contains the following Useful Goods, the Qualities of which are strong and serviceable. (The money will be returned should the parcel not give entire satisfaction.) 1 pair of Blankets, worth - - £0 IS 6 1 Full-size Down Quilt, worth - - 0 11 1 6 yards All-wool Flannel, worth Is. - 0 G 0 t do. Crinean Shirting, worth ls. Ild. 0 06 12 do. First-class Calico, worth SOd. - 0 0S 1 Damask Table Cloth, worth - - 0 4 6 6 Large Turkish Towels, worth 101d. - 0 5 3 3 Fancy do. worth Is. td. - - 0 4 6 £3 0 5 Country Cistomers carn rely on their orders being strictly attended to" IN OIIDEtIUNG PLEASEC QUOTE PAI'PEI Dy rcutthlg ot the above COUPON oltd for1wardlin remittance, inclutding carricage, you will in return receive goods a...
Renmark Notes. JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Rc? llmark Notes. ------- OUR OIsoN '.) .Iri;: 27. This townslip presents a much busier Ipitearance than it did in March last though the number oft land selectors is smaill as yet. liossibly others are waiting for the water to lie laid on. Ir llarvey tinling his present store too small for his requirements, is bulil ing a much larger one on an adjoining allotment. Within the last fewl days lie has been appointed postmaster. The olfice will be opened on .lty 1. .Mails from Adelaide will arrive oi We\\dnes lays and Satulrlays at ;!.31)a.m., and Tareena (N.i.W\.) andu intermediate oithliers on Tue:;days and Fridays at the samte hour. Outward mails 'leavo for the above places on Wednesdays anol Saturdays at ii a.m. This is a step in the right direction, and there will be an cnd to t the miscarriage of our letters aiiId remiiittances. ThIe litellnmrlk shoillhuse is Ilnerly completedl , and will shortly hle opened ly Mrs O'Sullivan, who is well spoken of as a teacher. There are no prete n...