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A New Fruit Picker. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
SA New Fruit Picker. -0 The pule is man1 ill two sections, uon nected 1b ferrulcs. On the upper end of one poe i s hell a how, from which pinslproojct. Projecting from the lower part of tlhis xow is oj wei01tl oie., to .vich llal a proll made t:f suitablec fnabric is secured. This'ti n pll. connecteC d with the pocket secured it the fi?st bow. atnd wvith the fabric tuhe which extends dot.twn tihe ole. 'The l:oer ecd of tihe ttube, ihich is held to the pole Iby loops. is unlited Ity stiloli ok I rIiltigs. with a nag provided with ;I sholldecr strha, fee supporting it. In tuing this picker the o?w is placed unlder the fruit, which is oo:enal hy imeanw f lthe pins or by either of the bows. The fruit dropl into the ipocket. tnd slide: down the tule intoi he hung. The apirot ph:eveenls it from falling outside of the lpocket. \then not iiin ue the picker cari lie fohled very eiompactly.
What to Plant. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
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Mistakes in Tree Planting. FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Mlittakco in 'rree Plantinig. r-- rIltsT. I :ettill , YaricticC- Illt ::liitl'l to Your11 blcc:ulse they mac b l timeu Ilu jaunlcd beoeYuaefully aware of it. tlteoN . thlh ht Yo caul du this after cr:ue.l. hltichit. eryirc it iltere:tc. tile evnta Iork, decrca~es tite rieteen for sup-t hat by merely Ituttilla_ a 4hovelful of iitaiitirc iii file IttntittV thie halc hati c forthI e ttct thatt taM' :t V ui111 jttt'jtopeth.rly . wtit is l ttthttt Vti arc Mutes u·wru . h~ 111:i ttlr ,;r t, i UiS1' ItT l1. Ncahtttitg to worhtk itaueittI iii ll thet 111 talCtitthe tiee ftr vattIs ItIt ITh . hir th thiat -titerhaeietit litt V uitt Cl is (lit of theirQt urtatl 1tttthttin. can lie Lille itt wetll .itt'nti thet rut: upon lthet. Iti a veal it ee~are it tl r gleesJ to hovpe ttierio~t,lor ~lle OtIr~EtTIt. iiii~n co,~:t thle tetlch l; the trele hec fee,~c L: titiog~lt to tl tijoit lip O iLlt ittI' tote or 1):lt'o, Iillill~ the totS ilIC;ltile:_ i~u:.e Cottli~lt :teoiiiltr NINTII ':Filin. to provid...
Scaring Birds from Seed Beds.` [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
icaring Birds front Seed BIles. --0- A writer in the Garden gives the roEwvintg useful hints :- A neighlbtir of mine who is greatly troubled with hirI.s eating the tops eff his peis ian other young green crops has lately ieen tiring black anl white thread :nld worste I over his crops, with the result that tilhe rows covered with black thread were not molested in thie least, while those with white threat were very nutch eaten up. The reason of this is tIvious. 'Thie birds flyv against the .ark threl without seeing it. mni think it is a trap. liut the white thread being cnsiiienous the becoie irccstoiiedl to it and carefully avoid touelhinig it bt will venture quite close to destrte the cropt. while they shun the row: where they cannot see. but ian feel tilt effects of the dark thread."
Insect Pests. VARIOUS DISEASES. THE REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
Insect Pests. VAIlIOUS DISEASES. THE REMEDIES. W. G. Klee, State Inspector of Fruit Pests for California, has just issued a bulletin on spring and summer re medies. It contains the following inforlmation : For codlin moth the most successful remedy last season proved to be the arsenical mixtures. Of the three, Paris green, London purple, white arsenic, wherever used in the coast counties, where more or less damp nights prevail, the two latter did some damage to the foliage, and for this reason and that its effect is most last ing, the Paris green seenms to be prefer able. Of five samples analysed last year by the University of California, four had above 54 per cent. arsenic, one going 38 per cent. In accordance with this we wonld recommend early ripen ing apples and pears to be sprayed once with 11h of Paris green to 180gals of water when just out of bloom. For fall and winter apples it may lie advisable to spray 10 lays later with an application of 11b to 200gals, while the blossom...
THE APIARY. SOME FACTS ABOUT BEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
THE APIARY. SOIME FACTS ABOUT BEES. The amount of ignorance there is con cerning bees is really astonishing. The agricultural editor of a very prominent newspaper recently informed an inquir ing subscriber that as bees " took slome thing" from huckwhcat they evidently injured the crop. A few years ago Pro fessor Wiley, in an article in the Papllo-ar &irnrce MJfMothly, stated that "combs were made of parafinc, tilled with scented glucose and scaled with a hot iron." This was something sensational and was copied and recopied all over the land. The bee papers made so muchl fuss atnout it that Professor Wiley finally admitted that there was no truth in the story; that it was given as a "scientific pleasantry." Tile Palular S&irence IMonthly made no correction, neither did the papers that copied it. Tihe story is before the public uncontradictcl, except by the tee papers, and is believed by thousands. It has been proved time and again that bees are needed in transferring ...
THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. QUANTITY OF SEED PER ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. QUANTITY OF SEED PIER ACRE. Asltirgtl j pullts .. .. 8,k00 Barley .. . Ibnrhels eaus, hsh, i drills 2? .. . els lenot, les, ita, llIt by 411.t i20 quarts tein.ts, C.rollla, troldill, &'., .Ift by t . to quarts Ieets slid tltsilgels. drills 1ft ltlhs tlroom core, it drills .. 121s CalrlIagc for tritls tltittflg .. .o5z Caslare sown in trntse .t arrts, in drill.,,2ift .. .. llh Celcry, ~ed .... co Crlery, Iplsats, 41 lst Gilt h ,I) Clover. whlite )utcs t .. 15lhj Clhver, hlrerolo 8 to Ishss Clover, .like l"s Clover, reDl, withl Timllothy ls Cloter, ITrge red, wl.ne .. dolbs Cortl,, sgla .. .. osslrrts ,rll, field .. . .. s quarts rn s hl, dri, fritlls l0in n illcs Ctoultolrer, in tlls .. .20 qutarts Flax, Ira?sl t .. IIt Otonss. Tis,,sby Ill r i .lui " rhn .thl - with ellI'er .. li t4irss, Torchardlsti .. l " iralw, rrd toil or heads.. .. 2o iras, bl .. .. rrtss t rye . .r .llo 1otttee, isn t?us rs ft " Il3l lohlns?, water, tIt hills, ft Isy Sft sjt.s oel...
KERANG OBSERVER: [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
The Ce+fl7r ,e, is well get upi, atd reflccts zrcUt credit ott the jottrtoalistic entterprise of hose tho t.re roolponsiette for its ttppetratnce. . The etiitnr is trice in nIot servingl tit a lotof stnale ttel', Itttt givintg ittptend :ome3( information ol f grea~t becnefit to allt':lntl torees tiller of ttte soil. whlich ill n t omdit. dief le higlty :~tprecioktl by its readers.
SYDNEY MAIL: [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
The irrigation settleticm tat 3[ihittra is fast becoming an imtportant centre. In the 3Milllra £'dtir'tor, the first numbhor of which is now before us, it has a first class trekly nlewspaper, the proprietor of which has staked his "'all" on the venture. iHe speaks p'lainil reg rliltg his dctcrmination to malllainl a policy of independence, but at present he pills his faith to the Chalfev ilros, of whom ire is undoubtedly a stalunch aditnirer. Thie first number of tle Cdtlirator contaitns a vast store of useful informstion and :Itl interesting sketch of 3?ildurat ' past.
FEDERAL STANDARD (N.S.W.): [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
FEDst.RA, ST.AND.RDo (S...): This journal for general get-up and selection of its reading matter cannot he surpalfssed. It contains woodentts of different s'pecies of plalnts and excellent hints to in tending settlers in the irrigation colony. We feel protud to welcome such a first-class jouirnal in our midst .and it proves how fast this district is aldv:uting with the times. The ploper is one that the 3[ildura settlers should he proud of, anld we predict a stue cessftl run for the proprietors.
STAWELL TIMES: [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
ST.nWEltir TIaIES: The C?hlirator contains a large variety of intcrerting inlformtion perlltaing to irri gatio, andl what is Ilapplil- termed "intense culture" as the natural consequence of ita :llmiration. GaTrdeers in those portions of our territory llon canl comlllanl an regular rater suppl y waill fild lnuerous vtallttane Iints aa regards the growth of oranges, emons, a:und other fruits, about lwhich tlhe general knowledge is far too scantr-. The lenading matter is itnteresting on accolnt of it. liveliness of strle, aln the hopeful spirit it breathes nas to the suecess of the newr settlement. The journal Iprot?ises fair to he a alnahlale exponellt of local wants and re sources, annd we heartily i wish it a snCcessfnl career.
LEADER: [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888
It is a 12-page illusttrated paper, is neatly lrintedt, and contains a great deal of valu able ilformnationl concerning the settlement, as well as hIints with regard to ctlltiration, which elmnot fail to be of value especially to those interested inl fruitgrotwing iwitht irrigation. KetAt.; Tuits: The paper contains a mlas: of interesting and instructive reading matter. lrrigattion andI its accomllpanlyingi industries are of course largcly deaIltl with, btt a vast amolltll of ltiscell:uteous infolrimation is also given. Thile (,lhirator is ian excellent lproduetion, andl a coltmmlendattble departutre from otrdilnar journalism, to which it will provea valuable addition. tA substantial mcreatse to ant alrearly extrelnsie circulationl sholdil reward the enterprise of the promoters. HilosttA.*.t TIt.st: It evilently tills a sphere of its own, and judging by tirst appearances intends to do so well. There is aemong the matter which fills its coltums a very well written and interesting his...