CITRON BENGAL  Fruit large and round.  Good preserver.  [Goodmans1914] [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

CITRON (KNIGHTS)  The best for peel.  Fruit large and oblong. [Burnley] [Goodmans1914] Whereabouts unknown

 

LIME, FIJI  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

LIME, (PERSIAN or SWEET) Tree hardy, and very productive; fruit of pleasant flavor.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown

 

LIME, (WEST INDIAN)  Fruit small, of excellent flavor; makes the best lime juice; free bearer.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

SHADDOCK (COMMON) Large, sour juice.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown

 

SHADDOCK (BLOOD)   Enormous size. solid flesh with sweet juice. [Goodmans1914] [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

(SHADDOCK) LARGE FRUITED  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

(SHADDOCK) PERMOISE  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

CUMQUAT  Fruit very small and round; skin deep yellow; vigorous grower and heavy bearer.  [Goodmans1914]

 

SEVILLE  Large, solid fruit; unsurpassed for marmalade.  [Goodmans1914] Whereabouts unknown

 

 

Lemons

 

BELAIR  A newly imported variety from Italy, and identical with the cured lemons arriving in Australia from the Mediterranean. [Goodmans1914] Whereabouts unknown

 

BERGAMOT  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

COMMON  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

HEONG LEONG  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

LISBORN  The best lemon grown.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]

 

LISBORN THORNLESS   Large fruit, coarser than Lisborn; a sturdy grower. [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown

 

LISBORN VARIGATED  Small fruit; the leaves of this variety are most beautifully varigated.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

PERSIAN  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

SICILY  A lemon of splendid quality, almost destitute of rag, and with an abundance of richly acid juice; very tough skin.  [Goodmans1914] Whereabouts unknown

 

THORNLESS  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

Mandarins and Oranges

 

References- 1.  Goodmans catalogue of 1914, they sold for 2/6 each or 24/- per dozen.  All were worked  on orange and lemon rootstocks.

 

ALLSOP'S GEM [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

BAHIA or NAVAL  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

BLOOD, or MALTESE  Medium size; very juicy; a strong grower.  Early. [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

CITRUS CATAPRATA  (Queensland Finger Orange)  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

COMPUDA  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

CONCURE  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

EGG  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

JAFFA  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown JOPPA ORANGE  A large fruit, with a very thin skin; pulp very juicy, rich and sugary; without seeds; constant and early bearer; keeps well and of high color.  [Goodmans1914]

Whereabouts unknown

 

TUNO KUNO  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

WASHINGTON NAVEL  Well known, and one of the best varieties cultivated; it is an immense fruit, similar to that sold in America.  Best for commercial purposes.  [Burnley] [Goodmans1914]

 

VALENCIA LATE ORANGE  One of the best oranges grown; fruitlarge, firm and solid; pulp has a high, rich flavor; latest orange to ripen; hangs well.  [Goodmans1914]

 

MANDARINS-

 

BEAUTY OF GLEN RETREAT- Very handsome, good flavor; very productive tree.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown

 

CANTON  Pale yellow, medium sized, juicy fruit;  a first-class tree and a very good bearer.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

COMMON  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

DENNISON'S  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

DWARF  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

EMPEROR  Largest of fruit, very juicy; an excellent market kind. [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]

 

MYRTLE LEAVED  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

THORNY  An enormous cropper of medium size, juicy and sweet flavoured fruit.  [Goodmans1914]  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

SCARLET  Fruit very large; flesh juicy, best flavor; good bearer.[Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown

 

MEDITERREAN  SWEET  A nice flavoured orange; bears early, ripens very late.  [Goodmans1914]

 

PARRAMATTA  Large and juicy; one of the best for market.  [Goodmans1914] Whereabouts unknown

 

SILETTA  Large, smooth, thin skin of pale yellow color, juicy; tree hardy, and a very generous bearer.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown

 

ST MICHAEL  A very good market variety; very large and juicy fruit, with a thin smooth skin of deep yellow.  [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown

 

QUEEN  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown THE QUEEN  Large, thin-skinned, nicely flavoured; heavy bearer. [Goodmans1914]  Whereabouts unknown

 

CITRUS- UNGROUPED-

MEDITERIAN SWEET  [Burnley]

NARANGA  PRATTA [Burnley]   Whereabouts unknown

OVAL FRUITED CUMQUAT  [Burnley] Whereabouts unknown

PARAMATTA  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

POOR MAN [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

SPARAWAY'S THIN-SKINNED  [Burnley] Whereabouts unknown

STARK  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

ST JAGO [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

ST MICHAEL  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

SEVILLE  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

SILETTA  [Burnley] Whereabouts unknown

TAHITI  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

TANGERINE [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

TRIFOLIATA  [Burnley]

TENERIFFE [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

UNSHIN  [Burnley]  Whereabouts unknown

 

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