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Planting Shade Trees. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 August 1888
Planting S~hade Trccs, Tlhi is a grand work for hluuinitity. All these trees are l a blessiing that c:a hardtly le estimatedl in value. They aire t free tr -t worms, rail are grarl con IrVat?Irs of temperatlre. l rests never lest eiilclicate pllan:t.: aroulnd these Irees. uni liierce heait isi disarieltli sooli ;a its waves touch their evergreen leaves. HIigh ids are lbroken bii their st'ng arms. anl innullleralle leaves, and branche aild dulst-clothls are dissolvel yil them. iiid leave io trace behild. l ly sar rouinldiir smal:ll areas of Ilnd. il tracts if live or ten acres each, with three or four roI?ws f these trees, the climate elomllle so hallll lge that lanLy varieties of fruits lear. te:dilyall the year. These friui s. ith ismall and great. seem to enjio u1n1t11 fr'lonl olden hbaut o1r sd,,lenL :cold. :n1t malte a most volt ptovus g rowtht of b?hl wood andl fruit. ThIe are neither sechled liy heat ier chille, by eihl. aidi seel tol rn riot in grlowth and furuitinui. I suclh...
The Fibre Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 August 1888
Thle F~ibsre Inliirtry-. .ii si tiiuis lilic thle pvc-cut.. when ill1 rrtl~l:111iisiyieihhes prf~~lllicel :if iiiiere iflii 1':1 iiiiiiiiire.lie wfj1iei. w·lin ~.:Ins fir ..iie tune II·CLn-i tlev'K::CiedI re~id nll)I' i lii f~l t:iiiŽ liit.. IesI: ill·1) il l~5lcIinll hejlrlr n h lc l lii iii vid.: Ill,ihh cC nllcl I:tlles. ihure h h'Illl:lle. it11 ex11~ IrCIIICi.( i 1I i 1iii-l lig ihi tIeI.I1I:. li I s lie~li theml ii lieti pa_:till either fromn seeds, cuttin1-;, a" ly i trtitios of the ajo.trt. Se, i. whether Lintii:te realily. h: cittin.s an,;wver nmch better. l'haintht by the roots i. by f'ar the helt :te, simplest methditl. prilcv ie lstlitcet supplyll is ottr Illtllle. - i\im t friailc :oil is lhist adaptetl ftor its iirilth: uand as the value o1f the fibre lpcnd'ls c'hietly nit its length i land fqlitty. thoroulgh cultivation is es?setial to suc s. The rules that :appily gene'rally to plntlli ,ullir-cane cai'il l followved ivith 'respect to it. As :tltre:y stated. the igrowt...
THE HOUSEHOLD. To all Housekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 August 1888
THE HOUSEHOLD. To all HOn lreeperM4. Every etlo" reittler of the (',dliralor, oil or ro tite i llrOlt lliO.s i.I rptjo l t. tllltiriui ?,e llts ?'tto re to qlh'.till,, Ito.r lt.llilhr. Iteu talkl i€ :IlW;lra ;Iczelt::|bhr, :Illllt rCvT, thlill? pdrtaloillg To ll-iO~r work. ItI tice otltt'ii oilr= o lllllt iCillg llo thll n t o t'llllkillttotttto h lttto t llti; i'ltrllittlrn· e:lr. o Ilhcldl'ellll. ;,thl~llllltnllts +ill abor't. :tboult a11ll klld.? ofI dollleitiC orT Ilo~lle IllltiC·* ;lllll
Sowing Celery Seed. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 August 1888
Sowing Celery Seed. -- ýa- The celery crop. except for very early tlc. i5 san ill tthe open grnlllll I. Fenerallt y as soon ast the soil can 1ie got into tod condlition after the frost leaves it. The seCed is t mewhat sohw in geniatinl. mand it is generally sown in bets for con entience of keeplin clear of weeds. The ground moust lilrt bte got into line tillth atd unless it is already very rich should have some well-rotted mtanure tlhoroughlty worked in. Rake all smoothly, att.t then by means of a marker procCeed to line out t'ueos--ain apart. evcry nintlth being left vacantt to frm tl alley. how the seed thinly, loz generally being suttlicient for ait bed Loft or 20ft long. and tmore thall enough to raise a full supply for any pri vate familyt. A smoothitng to cover the seed. ald a pattinlg, downt with the bIack of the spade for a:t small bed or a lig.ht roller when a tlarge breadth is saown, nail tihe work is dollne. As soon asi thle lrows can lie seen bly the yomulg plants reakin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 August 1888
IIH1EY ALL LIKE IT WhA1T FOLKS TAISK OF The Clultivator. Mr J. P. Moorice. Pral:arneutar v libr.arian for So.th Australia. n~ritce : I shaill Barie 11us1h 1111 eo ro in llaocing; the Cdtllistor on thte tabtle of thue Parlihn tost:arO reaithingt room. alnd m trote that itkltl porove a vere valuabhe additioni to our stock of newspapers.'
USEFUL HINTS. (FARMERS' ANNUAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 16 August 1888
USEFU L ilIN'TS . (,.\ itIt es' AN.IA.sth.) Use buttermilk to take out tnillew :stins. llorse-atli.th grated into a cup of sour milk.Indl left to anll htwelve IourIndil then strained, will. it is said. remove freckles. 'lTi reilove soretiess fro:u the feet try bathing them at night in pure alchhol. tIiseasc is often transmlitted b the hands thrlugh tlhe Imouth. A.\lwa:s washi tihe hiun ts oti coming out of aL sick roin.ll Oftlen aftier crnkitu ai meail a person will feel tired andl halvi. It ppetite : for this beat a rawcg, uttntii light. sli: in a little milk ll ,:r.a ui l sea .ills I ith itt11 eg. 1 )riink h:al'f a hurb efre ealine. To w tash doubtful calicees. put a tia splitonfutl of sugar of lcail in a pailful of cold water. and .oak the article one hour lbefore trashint. hunh the lItttuls oin a stick of celery after peelinm nionsinlnt the smell will le eon tircly removed. Whole cloves are now used to extermIi illle the llIerciless alld illlusrious mI l. It is said that. tireya...
HOW TO START. Hints to Settlers in the Irrigation Colonies. III.—THE HOMESTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
HOW TO START. Iliits to Settlers in the Irri-, gation Colonies. (B:, 0. L. J1. Abranmose..ll.D.) II.-01IL I MI"STIEA 1?. A. lonter time lIa; elapsedl than I antii-l p:ote -ince emc last let ter ill the t 'licrator. In tihe meantimet I have 'eled dowt atintnstl You ant[ have not lo)t I1to tiltme. but hlve haula good look irotlll lheie e ttle Inl:it all I thkeit IlottCe o() f the oCeitliar ?loil ,ilois :anlld peculiar waa nts, > that I hlIope Illy futllre olsaervittiotis will be lmore useful fot or set 1 t ets that:n they wouhl Lhve been hadl I written fromt alistanee. lit speak ingaltut the liotmteste:al I shall only take into consideration the isolated homes of our horticultural population.leaving the citizenus of the totwnhllip for the piresent to thiemselves. sourtpit articular tco it ion ali needs will Ie mainly created by our occu pation wil thelaul.throughturmanbined ure of land and water. Aurntbl tthat ktno oihlu'a. its ai l.ous :oil awd magnitictit uoatral draihug.e .aused...
THE MORTGAGE ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
THE 31OI[tT'I(AGE. ON TILE FA IlM. We worked l .rohl slh etrillog :11n i iter, thogh ullllllller an thrll h fall. lutt the m,,rtgale worked the hardlest anld ,readiest of them all : it worked ln nights andl tundast.it worked each holilay : It ettleld loWn Iamongst ts. and it never leet away. Whatever we kept from it .eemied al ioto tas theft : It watchedll )1 every tllillltte, alt it ruled IIt right antd left: The ru-t adl blight were with its ouItle time>. ld sometimes not The dark-hrowetl scowling mortgage was for ever oni te elpot. The weevil and tile ci-1t-wor1I, they went I s well ;ls caile Thel morltgge stayed for ever,: etinllghearty all the -time It :iled lip every wilonw, stood gttuard at every door, And hatppine~s toil siis hine mnade their home with I- no more. Till with failing crolp and sickness we got >tallli ulon thie grade,. andl tlere came :1 dlark lae oil us--when the intere-t waslnt publ: Andl there caite a sharp foreclosure, altl I kind t' lhct mty hold, .\...
The Mildura Brick Works [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
Vie )'riellldura Brick WVorks \IiIIn": i- l" h ila n i ta cltiut tt . trhn"I l is ulll~or in lll tll \- orkingI orlllirr. Ai-n ; a I1:/,e. teen arc llfCIII totunthi bhtr TAT huel hiII uITITT·I flriii LsIea. IlTe lll T in tihl dow Thu il~ Ifce; ofTearthi. The il III ll jtr iteijarc ici ilp. hdII the the eediiiV lhiii"' lvi. Ihe triuii s alrlriITI it Ithe W ire lil,-llorl itt rult l 11ot1(1111 I. i ll,- truck. It th us iriiI - ttc:tiically culptiic- itself: allutciug thee -li toie Ill' ' l'eii ll ?; It tljer r lln ot r iti.l .lbi tu!nltv w tuish i tshts tite ihe-o ir , iii. (1s,'tihii . ;td the il elu?l ht eif ~,t ,i,:- ,.l,.-w..&lt; the eitttcl. uttul tlhus lth t' Hlrl 'tt rn r'i.;ulV t} he lilled. T'he .~vly 1i le.. ,n shl?te.lledl into the t u t-mil" vlhii is uxac tly like aI 'ilt ttit littlttint -tt hil·tle. hu1 inig .t.tu. t1. ru'olvl n.t lll rtnive-l. ih, , ll rln l o "" liltch" upont tImn re ni- a .-eteir tpr toelie'. whilth l',,ro , th[' €!:y Iih iighlt the ttliltlitti...
Mildura's First Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
Zuiiaºia" F-:: fon e'rt. Ifh -row IIT ,I :TI lic ,;I a 1 ,1! I' on Iria ti" v-tin . s .. :.; I -r c u ' I I It u II II Vl t lt -:11 jllt h l' r lf e";ercone. liit IT 1 ti il.;! the cltu Ii ii plle pl 1c o- I III- . t m II t l[ rt' e !,It - ill ,TT T: 1 I Tc i it llu lptathet I j lcrTlT 1. ll?' I I TIII .(. ITTTIth e ll 1 TIt",lattt jan lr of :ll T ITI- TTll I bIot- fIor a 111ptl ooII hour 1111· )1,1. ~ill ,nl ll. (II ault'. 11111 II ) II' CII ;;Ifiir,1;111! T 1,1 11 11 It'c lix il t H XX f ti IT-ICf 11~ IllIC11(' 1iid XIII~·1:11! ! t I I\-ihlt c. lit. IaTITI. I'· "I', I T~lT Nnu k":I. 1 :1 T IInt I Tll TT l tiei n1li- L 1t 1 Ihe I · 1TFITI Iath 'TI : I tU ler Ithe T h Int c Iu l I th 1111,1" il irtd '1'11T" lilT l.rnhTI TI uc I o t c n . Iuu XtI TIIII/ To~ dTIII IIun TItr~t I TI ~ cnII Itil ttrs ao ." I; I iT~. an i ',"n andel tiv 't ii'tl t ill.ane ai.\,a . har ~n c i " ili tit : "Iii ,'lt 1111 1111m11111 11i 111111111 Bniti ll i I lhr i t I- Ias1 llit l httltttilt .:t u i lll iii,...
Commercial. MILDURA, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
3[esrs Clark, tSharland. & C. report : Land remtfinil tirm. several lts chauilng L:Ilntgree .\viltciue. I)iurilg the week we hel a sale by ictito, but hliddig heing latlier l ck ll t a great dr11 l waI di-po. , of. Stock of all ourt&lt; are shilrt of thel e tnts itI ;tf oe, ,c s to as * d; chaff, £4 h I ris +tt:f.nt :Ii'fN t:, Lrt tT 17. Tht'e Londolnql wheat maetllll'I(l lhli heinedl anl the Ilrlook is loot llllroillr.g. .A week :ago 111 tll to ;lt. weak, alll the lateft news s toJ the efee: that pIicec have rcecedcd ;lt per quttirter. The New York toarket is atto oiweak. t cotointalll t i arketo arel s lior In reslitnSe to ].ngli h fo.ces the local wheat market isdullS. Shipin, g l depre- lice owing to the changed lto hi Londoin. The M[elbourne crtea r :t. i:tl for litle \\Wit Inerat wheat, and 3t id for good mtilling samplec. Flour is dull at late rate c ant very little lut-ineoodoing. M1alt harley. Is liil toI hl: ltoats. 2 I hll forfeied:. f . It to 3I lhf fotr ...
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
1" .3 1-: l' ( .i~tiriNiN*N.) W iti, lth itt ll';tf ot hit bi~dto Dar loo ii ht tilt, ' t t'.ttlti in li k h it til ~i i' i tll i..si. if II1)1·' tietl ll~ fi r ii ait Ittmu it . \1 itti : ie liii tle I . Il it ii 3! l tIIi 'a _U(i".i 1 . however. i'prove] III, I l~ti; I cd;Ih. in i1~~- 1·111 northern 11t'; \.i'iiott v hem hr rlclit- ( rf : In te of hi; rlilhi n":;:fi() I tlw .. o!::r ~ir . and·! \~il linty Ile :ill,] Ili, Th," lr,.o rh 1, w. ,'.n c, 1newl ,vintl,,I wihn ly l,.1. w lttin I -. :o sl aiii L rsiln ,, 1 i' l , .i .i 1 4xi- .ti lls . ctw ,.s.n t ile n t- : lnine ll nl hi ir I 1 t'n'' i nit hfi' o n. A ,'L0, ,t :::, jut tieu taken thrutIo?t _ It hn al t. i li-ti w ttii jrt v ttlt e t 1' ri- I ]::;s t ll iva ll -ll I Ill' ic f 11 i..?tl ,,.. .'li v ly tl.l ,ric.. ..f tti,,tthas I t1\,'' - 1 1 i plll i l.11 f 1 i. . ill. lt : , r,,- ; of 1 t, , en in " ?,it- i 11? ilh ,pr.ll li-5 t"" L, ,e w v i the licrcest Th, ill in'" l ,,i w,.etn lti ?l aritim i,', ,:;ni I-- ''t: l t :i...
Renmark Notes. AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
Re talun in rk Notes. (t.? n Cor (t:eOttN tox1:NT.) Ar 'rr 17. )li t1 I iI ih t ie .1 rti nlub .'igee p:as?e. pn1' v s: ain tiithe :';lle afterinnit tihe inten artr ii-. lirer hInwlanit piassage in l"tt en,_thtcied thir ,-oh Ibreakii te 1ne ,f her p.ahle shhail'ts. After a short tny she p'rocee 1 t o';i Moan. On the 12tih tihe (.em arrive, 3I d sailedl agtain I'h:tfev' . ..hhi,lge, and L;lthunautt. On 'Ilth th Ihtbl arrivel fromt 1-rgan an1 saih,,l ý,,ue evnin-. On ll4th tihe itflvrn.i?ent ste.amer Itdistrv arrived. Captain lBarber has been en.age1 since ill pltttintg p a ihelcont to replaie itone r :ashe away\' 1:st y'ear tcar the tI ll li?] (reek. ie completied his twork this aft rnoon, when the steamer went tip river for the ptlpose of taking soniitts?. 'The Victorisexpectedhcre tin the :!0th to resuste the trading vonyages frtnerl" taken lit lie l'ritaniti. Prent hteight tf riveris 7ft ative simIner level, andt it is still risin ii slo. .". \-e:ttier 'ontin cl told tuu frostv ma...
THE ORCHARD. PLANT CHERRY TREES [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
THE ORCHARD. I'LANT CIl.lllnt T RE" S The ',t1onat'iur.e ask :--tVh" don't eomll of ,our foothill farmers tiry the e perimnlt 1o planting an acre of cherry trees: There is tito doubt blt that they iroul ake scces on tiie iltortl side hills. where it is cool. The tromble with helrrie iii this counltry seem:: to he that when cultivated and irrigated they ,row toll ank. p)t not ai great profusion of Ihlos:ns"?im wl then the fruit falls off. In cases where they have 1lbeen plhnte l an11 then neglectel. they have given a ,o.ol crop. If some intcelligent orchardist woll discover jilt what is ti needle to make the cherry a succes in this country. lhe coull make his hlald Inore profitable than to plant it to any fruit tree known.
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
The llon. Alfred Deakin, the father of the Irrigation Act, was also the first of the Mintistry to propose the holding of the Ex hibition. Sir Ilenry lParkes cotltl not go in for pro. tectioln but he 's understood to ,e waiting or a good excuse to "retaliate" on Victoria by taxing her produce. e[r Zox, 3t.L.A., is unlderstood to have said that it i dittlieult to idletify some of tie pictures in the French Court because' they have neither name nor a dress. \Mr Stephen Cureton says that the ('flt; rotor is "a daisy," hcing superior to :many of the old established horticultural journals: of America. The tion. Mtr Nimmto believes in water, but he wishes people depending ott the ant Ye?atL wo ultd tot irrigate ,o Imuch. 3les-rs Piper and ticed have made good progress with their planting operations. They have a big .ntrsery bed s?t out for next year'a business. tihe Elxhiitiuon. Ilr is expectill to return to-daly. tMr. W. It. Gnn. of Wentwortth., erLie lup l 'Tuesdaty to make arrllangement...
PROFIT IN PRUNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888
I'ItOFIT IX I'tIt:SES. 31r Lioley's two ncres of six-year.-oll prume trees is the fittest sight of anythi:ng I have seel il the prunle line. Two years ago the fruit. from these two ceres sold for eS7 on the tree. There were 18 toils of green fruit. They were bought by parties who drie l them. T.st year the crop was not so heavy, huIt stillit brought U: 0 anl iare. or aen average of ?37 anl acre. 1le dried his prmes this last Seasil,. audl this is his methtod : First dipl the gathered fruit into lxilinti lye-tlii American concentrated lye to :ilgat of water. Rinse inl clean. col wiater all spread il cheese clothl on the ground to dir. When nearly dry take hold of the iees of the cloth anm1 tlhro the ltiunIs into a pile in the centre of the cloth. t hrwin g the edlge of the cloth over them. ian let them cure t1 days. Then put them into GlOb boxes to sweat. 3hr loey says he nleelv. no never. prunles i prune tree. I suppose from the frat that the tree is all pirune. the soaetimes eits o...