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ARRANGING AN ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

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Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

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Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Medicinal Properties of Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

Medlcinal Properties or Vegetables. -:o: A leading authority says :-,Spinachl has a direct effect upon complaints of the kidneys. The colmnmon dandelion. used as greens, is excellent for the same trouble. Asparagus purges the blood. Celery acts admirably upon the nervout system, and is a cure for rheumnatism and neuralgia. Tonmatoes act upon the liver. Beets and turnips are excellent appetisers. Lettuce and cucumbers are cooling in their effects upon the system. Unions, garlic, leeks, olives and shalots, all of which are similar, possess medicinal virtnes of a marked character, stimulating the cir culatory system and the consequent increase of saliva and the gastric juice, promoting dligestior. Ried onions are an excellent diuretic, and the white ones are recolnnlnded to be eaten ranw as a renmedy for insomnia. They are a tonic and nutritious. A soup made from onions is regarded by the French as an excellent restorative in ldeilityv of the digestive organs.

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The Picholine Olive. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

The Ficholine Olive. Mr. Burbank of Sonoma county states that the Picloline olive in the opinion of those who had devoted considerable time and attention to the cultivation of both varieties, is the most desirable. Many advocate~the Mission because their experience extends to no other variety. The Picholine is not adlvocated by nur serynmen for the reason that its propo gation is attended with less difticulty. but because it possesses advantages which entitles it to rank superior to the Mission. In the first place it is a larger berry and its substance is proportion ately greater than that of the Mission. It is as easily cultivated and much easier propagated. The crop tcan ble harvested at a much less expense and with half the difficulty, as the berries ripen evenly and two months earlier than the Mission. The Mission, on the other hand, arrives at maturity in a haphazard sort of way, and without regard to the convenience of those who have to gather the crop. Chico Chronicle.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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WALNUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

WALNUTS. The aen"ilpanying \\'ooeutl s repre-' enlt |four of lthe llost v haluable \;varieties At \\w alllnt or ./ylta . r, : .:a. T his valuaile tnt-IIearing tree is said to be I native of Persia. It of1enl attains t, the height of from 70ft to 10)ft. The blossores will be foiud separate : flithe le. or Im nnly dalleI stan in-c - ate bloso s, trowin m" iler the tform tt of catkins.1 andi the fet ale. or pistillate i blossloms. grows ,1n the point of ithe emlbl 'yo llt. at s a rull e inl pairs. The \\allnut will thrive in alm/..1t llycr kind of soil. but does best itn deep rich soistl, with perfect sll'ail-e. It cannot. Ie classed as a h.rdy tree : at the m11es imte it 'il stall a ugot.l teatl of moisture or ;a irotratid drou,-ht. It is propagated fromt the seed : atn Iby irlftilln. fr i..t is desire Ie l Irop ,iate dilfferent varieties. in the 'uthi of France the tree. are grafte I, it bein:, claimle1 that a larger crop is the result. All kidtls 11f nuts .hould be pilhttell ith sut...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

jdogusu jeotcs. At at recent meetitn_ of the State Agricultural Society. held in Sall IFraneisco. C'alifornia. two intgeloltt machines for cutting andI pipping fruit were exhibited. It was etaimed for one of thell that by its lase one aIlln outld handle l0l.O01lbs of apricots daily. which wa equivalent to to te ,work of It or IT euttters. The devices were tested. a: d gave general saf:artisftion. The irisbane lDail 'Tlg''lrapht strtongly alvocates the introduction of 'a national schemt e of irrigation. It point<toll tt. itl excellent article. that even when tterttc - Iduete, under ttlettot unfavoura hle 'hi c ltlllltanll .es. irrieationll hats teell I grl't'a t 'tece.- all through thle t'este'rn States of .\America. andI that it has teent one of the bet lpaying it'nvestments in tihe world. Thte devCeloptent of the t itey tf ellver. capital of the Coloradd , state. is instanced. The teithtborhlllood wa- a: tbare atld :tp parently valuele. country, but irritgation ttas trie...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Why Farmers Do Not Succeed. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

hly Farmers IDo Not Snucee.d. 'IThey are niot actire aml industriousll. T'lhey do not keep up with improvementt' They are weldded to old lnethods. They give no attetntion to details. 'lthey thik tsmall things not important. They take no plealtre in their work. They regir larIout at a misfortne. 'They are wasteful and imtprovident. They let their gates sag and fall down. They will not nake compost. The.y sell hay. gra'in; l 1trw o\" :?'ell ile Ifart, il.te:l of turning them iot mieat cheese an-d butter, and ietrcaintg thetir otipply of mttnture. They let their fowls roost in trees. They have to shelter for stock. 'They do not crry their horses. They leave their machiues in thile tiehl. They hang the harnesst in tihe dust. They put off grea.ing the owagoo. They don't know that the best is the cheapest. They have no method or systent. 'they don't eek the experiience of others. 'They see no good in a new thing. They never use paint on the farm. They have no tile to do things well. They ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Hybridisation of Vines. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

IlybridilIati on of V'in.ts. Ii hli, evidence givett Iefore the Rotyal 'lllll . i ltt on \V'egeta: le ProdI l ?ts? ( .i-t lceember. IS. 31r ti. W. Knight "ives the following useful informatiiiion oi the hytrlii-ation of vines : .A result of three week: -.lose i tdy oi lion. o self-fertilitiit n. tlkes place in tlon bleforet tlhe t,.tler expatnd. hince te tiitrl'i-e if he lcoflmeniltIes \\hi wrk wit thile exp:tied iflower. for Nature will! hale dIone er vwork ILefore hint. I at: before -tle buceh Ilof grtje blttt?omlll for two whole ltt tVe . ion one of which I sent for my luitch rither than leaIve ty little .tool stold a?tily. I tow regard those two ihas ia the muot- interesttng mlI pru it ,iec I ver ipent it illy tife. l am just a little le-, inotrant : if only a little le. it is all :lai titae. I worked alt this hunclh with all im little in trument, anlt having, settled., t, least to illly own satis lfactiolt. thallt i lpreastlliot toole pllce floll before tlhe blool expalde. I tr...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Commercial. MELBOURNE, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

COmlllnercial. -o 31el:. lisL': . JI'IY I:;. '[The telegraphlic news of to-day, does not eontainl :n referelce to the bireadsttutl' mairket, and it is to be presumed tlhat up to filly it no eliange had taken place ill values. The wool market is reported as firm at pre viots quotatiions. Ver" little speculation took place duriing interrupltion of the cable, ani the miarket in Melllbourne is still dull with vere" little proslpect of a rise. Whleat from :Is 1i to :is ?id : hflour, stone dressel, Cl; lIl I to .I; Iits: roller. !7 to £N. There is a free market ill ealting harley, withl little doing owilng to the lpropilosed chliice. in thie taritff. Cape Iarlev 2! 8d to is s1l. Oats i good demand, al. 1 the mardet affected l- tile expect;llatioln of inllcrealsedl dutie,. a?[nze tirul at :is oltd : peas, t _.s :till. S ii'u r, .I'l.r IL. Wheat :tii liour market dull. Maize lirt at as id. .?.mI.1AIi , T. CIt -' . There is no challse in tile grain market The market for all cereal is isdull....

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The Sugar Beet. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

The Sugar Beet. The following instructions ltrve bein issuedl by the Western ]leet Sugar Comp.mty C:ll., to intending cultivators of the sugar beot. The planting seasons have been altered to suit Aittralibn colulitions : The Western Beat Sugar Compa:lny is Csending out p:ack:geC of sugar heelt seed, a:nI give the following direction- for plnt ing and cultivating the smne PIRiEI'.It.\TION IIF ite tli:l'eXi. Instructions for thi llpurpose may be brietly slummairised ac follows : Ploigh the soil from III to 12in deep very early in tite spring, auln it is better to l? this twice thou once. This can best he dlne by two site ec.sive plloughings with anil orlldarll y plough. A rich soil shoull be ploughed a few inches deeper (ear (sa i 1-lin deep) than a mere flat soil with poor subsoil. The Ip!oughing -hould he followed by palsing a heavy ireon-tothed halrrow over tihe tgroom in order tlo pulverise the soil as much c: pilosible. An iron roller Illitit he I:psed over te grolllld so s to eq...

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THE ORCHARD. BUDDING THE ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 19 July 1888

THE ORCHARD. IRl1DING TIEI Ot1A.', . Where it is the purpose of the ,ran'ge grower to ltd his trees it is better that tie htdlling sltottl he loe one befe tile rees are taken fran the nllrery. The reasons are-l-t. the saoner in tle life of the tree tile htdhling is do tle e earlier ntl more thorutlgh the healing of the wounds : 2nml. the bolding is dune with greater ease llte rapidity in the nursery than in thie grove :; rd, in tran.plnnting trees of considetlable size it is imal ssible to takee up all the roots, and ais it is tie ressary tlhat the top should not exceed in proportion the roots in ttrspllantilln trees, it is betnefiial to cut back the top constierablye. I the bndtlinig has bleen done hilt a few mowths before trlaspla:t intg. the wountis will have healed atil lthe proportion between the roots alnd top will have become about right for transplant ing without the ncerssity of intleting Illew WOilllds upon Ithe branches at a tilltl when the tree is i its lost tender con d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

STEAM To MILDBURA.. Fresh Meat Daily. ID U N TNTD A S & L 0 C K, TIl'as Inu dII1( C liC _ CONTRACTOR S, BUILDE S, T C., S T E A M E R G E M THOMAS P E C. L\?W'1IhLLI AVENUE,'I M1IIU1diA. OMAS f" E, l CO.ý Lea.nre MO1(I:IGAN e( r 'I't I LS IAlU tlttj t jitittill otf lit traiti rtt .\ldtl:iiilt . r; 11 I, Ill*Ii:1 oil b' III I) \ aftLrnlt. Leaves ' lildtua on S.IN V At hlitr (i 'i ijtit B ( 1 1) i\ C with I. i il l i ttp t . c~alla at 11 entrtro rtlll. and lear et Wentw orth o ill Satuday fteroot rr titu. M rganAll itidt ii (lrl'ellr' wok ex cute wih tiahlll l It desp tch oilllndn" novietwl o .Ft ltgi freiga pl jtoy 1Estim ates Given. I~~~- I.~ bTt .1 t/ (0 Ii 'ilniri4 I rrigaton cBin. Makers of Prize Meda!l Traction, Por-table and Semi-portable ENGINES. Steamn Pioughing and Pumping Plants, as used by Mlessrs Chaffey Eros. on the Mildura irrigation Colony. 1 I I:T l V.I S'E'::, A IIUI.I.I;, Irrigation anid iMiining i?achinery. q '(!o::ial r: !+,re-et:t:;it ie: 1)1:77,"1 .1/"; ...

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Mildura Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

.Milditra Progress ('olimillete. T rhe ltiluy iatimothy meeilln of thei illlua. Progress (.'onlmittiee was hell on :linlay evenini in ir C'. Seretattis nvw |'ulrnliture store. The l'esident occipiedl the chair. andl there wire aloiut '11 lnlhcrs npresent. l'ol Secretary 3]Ul'1ton Progress m'oninittee. ;lsklin:. for a copy of the (n'inlittee' s TIles. I- ri.cteliy siltltll that he lha: comlpl:l Iwitlh dt Ireuest. From111 1lo1. 'W. lMaien. lmencliosing a en:mmmnicntion from the Postal l epart Iert. Melbourne, with regar, lahli , telegraph line and the daily ntil ru t Inu tfionl askcd faor hll the Cotmlllitite. It wrt- tatie that the constu?tmitin of 1the t1 rialpil li0e was to le hastel, 1 on with all posslille despitch. but that the lre Inl for dail nailyal coununnicatinl t0111 li not he, i entertained 110cca; se of it.' probale cost. and 11 hiuls it wonhl nrtlies lil thte mil I ,- ;u'rei t Il c iid daily brtween \'enltworth an.l Elision. The latter hijetioun it was thonght wea:: u i...

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Commercial. MILDURA, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

Coiameirciam. tme.atilh1il-i here ttt arc plea-tad to repor i :111 inre dmand f lir lIndia ivmt-t. iicrittrrtnrit'r. reveral tut' Latin, cha,,lgcd hand, dur(lllill;, the n-cck, Loll, town.\.1I , pip ml orttidnlttr:1 Ihrtttin. .1hi asi l'l:aI :caI cilr-rl for a rinnar Illlk :m11I 1h,( adjoining one ,It 1) )Cnkitcrittttknm riruati It l Inn ( if i itr-c1 t :- ii it it . 1v rr1t.. in ; n~1 10,,.itin t" , ill, t,1 ll; hect ]I:II II1-ý IItt a 1 d per-c a acre: cattletnp mar k et itt' Lortti trialapItIcicion la<in ,triit-ntt lialr . onIii ,,ticrrtrl it l ainehag, hand-i :t :a lier pair: al'l Jllc, -111:111 1(11,. 1o11 lo. o 12, per nit-ur: hciiti' c i - Iti- for I . miinlt Intlag ill: ·11- trluol- trot,, :,, lid I~lr:Ir ill per I1:111I .pedal line, of -e ,1 Ill. to fliti. titn:nlnnrt cri tillt I d at-mitt na pe Lsa ti h~d itt dI-I~ hml i Nan.niru1tttdntattt ttat-. Ther itta lttle n improemen itill th ilteIa ii tma Itolder nn- tiru. itto,i t mthai narketi , Lt'. it ein tt ip ar i...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

@cu~cval fi~clus. Thei Live-inzg Bfill iscaning great in. tnna't in 1nolitical circle at hoIme. u After lInI.d ibattle the (:,verntnont lito hand to wvithdt raw the cl:ILtsin' giving cotnjeu'atiota to Ittldicaui · Thue Commecrci:al Batik of .\ntrahlia, Li Amtiines.. -After approprniating a on-liter aitt not to it' rn-erie tdl. , the link in (itir itr. Itnornv Williams i takinig tip the iidei ttin tihe .11-111 iii Intlcne ot Cattalir Il.e'. aioiiit GuLoinnit, Ient, & Ci. tIe tltiik- it nottn ~rl i/i:l to begrgdilge the "118111 o I-t' I.>r-a hull theII' . "ý'"te .tn -11:111 11e intnelnrrd Ill:- it 11(·\C'I. Wheher 'I lle rhl Ir ll It. ll farheI T] it "" Literal" 1l ronln'1l:1l 11:1ety in ill. ,'1I 1 1111, luiug :01 ihh18'a- of the . uok '1'a. tie imlj."itiu.: ofadtoa Iv' \Vejt uuu f.ulln'r-" e11 I~t! rrlli-.ill 41f hihgu Icri I.1!hl-11u\ ~:u.1 Il \tlllll r I ,uuuul lug lil 1u1111ln luuh nulg £¶111uu lur)Ji~jC1 ea[[[rl b r' Ihlul luuxiu uxlutiuui iuu, a lin made is~~r tile c...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

PERSONAL. Mr J. It. 3'Coll, .11.A.. -n Af thie lite Mr Hugh 31'Coll, cal write :i, well :i speak. rid perha.ps that is why ie never speaks without hlvicg somtethiit itc, ay. Sir Hery eLoch is git- to havei c a hLisy time of it during the clxhi itiot. hult lie is likely tI, be eiqul to the (Ioe.itll. Mr ,. .1. Shillilrngliw :.I e t ihe 1 Io:1 I ,f Viticulture have been having a gay timte in the Ruttherglalt district, lie iues aI lolg word to dccrihb it,?bill hce mean "wI uIp. - i-eIileit'ii: i f Id5' o)ilcli:ill Icilu . Ii Mel. 1: iatherd ih! famiily arondi him. :I d etInuly d ."le :'ef th11 if it e ` l i-' f thI-e IIter la?c ivl ct?'e r hicc eli?nsc t bank clerk. e will -:ri:ke i:i unuI ,aot of the fa 1: 7 hI,:be. 11e ayc ihe w fl:d Ict.: h 01 -. w::h il eEi-liti he haif etinhing ti cut hi-i ie .c11i . ul . l- ctl r c'y iu Ilgllilll lrefer ?ll.to r 1.. A)lw :i thei "-l,.i( u Mtinie t er i"f incVl-." Th"-c who knce .1.L. -ay that tlae paper uaII uIi- t u. -l ice other fell i il . \1r...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

The Trafalgar arrived at the 31ildura wharf ont Thursday evening. the passenger it wa a large one, and ineludted the inames of Lord lanfturly and Mr Altmer. with three servants, iMrs W. Talentine andt family. Mr Matthews, Mr If. Chitty, and Mirs TYule, of Swaon ill. There were also several deck passengers, making a total of 23 in all. The Rev. J. Sparling with Mrs Sparling and children also cattte down in the Trafalgar anl proceeded to Weut worth. Captain Davies allnnolnces elsewhere that the Tr.afalgar will make regular fortnightly trips fromt Ehutca: to lihltura. The boat is expectel to leave lEehlea agail onil Wedlnes day, Ist August. A big stock of timther, machinery, fittings, and genleral merchadlise was brought down hy the Trafalgar last week. A neat little yacht, belonging to Lord IRanfurly, and an enormous l ?s llulli[er of fruit trees atndl pot ldalts cousigned to Messrs Canldlish, Skene, andt Matthews also formoetl part of the caugo. Navigation on the Daritng. owing to th...

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Table of average maximum Temperature. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

TI'able of ave.rage Inlaximunu 'I'Li~iJ)LratiurL. l'rtfwt e;h ll I:+u:+}l . .. 97+ ýtirthlitli r~i l .. flit)- ·· _· D; 1 ir111..t ,rui;tit 'hn t'. ..1, l ir.A ill.lrilligll ill \l irTh . .. 7%,l r0111. 1 . .. .. 7vu 'rlIy Se l" 11thM \"ltk enduiim Ith July .. .. I`4

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MESSRS. KNIGHT BROS. SANDHURST NURSERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

.IE SSI S. KNIGHT 1iROeS.. SANDIIIUIIST NI:RSEIIIES. -I, (u1nll t11 lIeNI)IGO Al)?RTI.:1Rln.) S.\ visit of inspection to these extensive nurseries. at any pteriol of the year, is in teresting. pleiaanit and intructivre. They were colniintcedl about1 I I years ago :wll as the settlement of the country. nortlh ward of theo livillin, ra:n hae I gone on. so the extension of the nurseries hms steadlily increasedl. itil they have now reached large dimtensions. The larger onc is situated ill the valley of the Ilac ('reek, about a ilarterof a mile fron the S:lllhurst railway station,. tle other at Quarry ill.and they are oao one eighth of i mnile from each other. On accouti of tie c iiguratioi of the grnoIul. only about oine-fourlth of the li:ack ('reek nur s!'ry tanl e seeni f:oml the Ill:i ro I. Ihence it is a surprise hI visitors it lind hi w large. m11 what anll ima:nse stock is ,rovn at this. the lower nursery. It is dlividle into three Ilock<. each separately fenled. IBefoe...

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RIVAL IRRIGATION SCHEMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 26 July 1888

I" ' w as :ll very well to Ilsseibhh: y\orlove. bu1t wly1lid yoi kick IIediwn stairs." Part of our editorial lilrarv is somewhere in the hol of one of the Ilurray River steamboats. anlld we are rlconseqlluently in sioiiie doulllibt about the correctness to the above qulltation : but the ish a is all right. We are not at all jealous ofu rivual irrigation schelmes. mil uiagna?ninility is one of iour imany virtues; but we are too lumhle to wish our meekness hpt to too severe al lest. The imore irriL'ntion there is arrled icl in ilther liialities, the more its advantages will ie applre tinted. amd we see our way to prolit by the general prog..ress of intense culture. 'IlThe Cultirtlnr is publishedi at 3ilihira. becamse that colony is the heaidluitiers of the irrigation and intense iulture movements : hllt its circul'ation rea]chies ill parts of th colonies where advancedl nethods of eniltivating the soil are adoptled. It is therefore clearly to our advnl tuage thatwhat imay be called ri...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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