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Thousands of all classes from England, etc., are now engaged in the attractive and profitable industry of fruit-growing at these great Settlements on the
Murray River. They offer a safe investment and delightful occupation in a fine climate. "There are some 17,000 acres of land already appro- them; while the other productions would also be priated at the Mildara Settlement alone, of which amply remunerative, about 10.000 are under immediate cultivation. The " As to the social condition of the settlement, original wilderness of five years ago has been trans- although there is plenty of hard work to be done, there formed into a charming country, with well-ordered is every evidence that the settlers were well contented, orchards and vineyards, interspersed with green and satisfied with their position and prospects. A patches of lucerne, and growing fodder cropa. The eye recent correspondent (Mr. Little, late of Exeter) writes can now survey an immense extent of cultivated to his friends there :-'Agentleman lately arrived from lands bearing many descriptions of fruit-tres--orange, the Old Country with a small fortune, which he intends lemon, almond, peach, a pricot, plum, fig, olive, etc., as to double and treble in a few years by growing fruit, well as vines of many varieties for raisin, currant or with the aid of irrigation. It is really surprising how wine-making. Everywhere there is evidence of high these cultured gentlemen come out here and knuckle class horticulture and energetic progress, and every down to real hard work. Existence, although very where there is the same strong faith in the future of different to a city life, is not at all dull or monotonous, Mildura shown by the settlers, who are as fine a body what with shooting excursions (by land or water), of Colonists as could anywhere be met with. It has picnics, cricket matches, entertainments, dances, and been proved to demonstration that the soil and climate various sports and pastimes that are constantly being coupled with an ample supply of water, will grow organized, life is not without its pleasures,' As an old Almost anything to perfection; while the dryness of squatter recently remarked, The young men here have the atmosphere enables fruits to be dried for market byrosy times compared with the hard, lonely life of those the unaided hent of the sun, such fruits being of very who came out here in the early days and went on superior quality, as was indicated by the fact that at stations to learn sheep-farming. In the words of the the recent Inter-Colonial Wine and Fruit Exhibition, Government Fruit Expert, Mr. E. Hopton, who lately Mildur carried off six first prizes out of eight. The visited the settlement, None but the most profound experience that had been gained so far had also proved I pessimists can ever that there is not a bright future for that citrous fruits could be grown to great advantage, the intelligent, industrious settler." and in a few years there would be a very large produc- “Of the Renmark Settlement, the same favourable tion of oranges and lemons available for the markets. report can be made in all respects; the only difference The growers of these fruit-trees, from the results being that the operations there so far have been on a already obtained, anticipated enormous returns from very much smaller scale."--British Australasian,
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