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THE PARAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

THE PARAGON. She's as dear and as dainty a darling As ever delighted the view; Her hair is- a glorious golden, Ji.-i eyes the most beautiful blue. Iff1 features are .simply perfection, Her skin is like 'peaches and cream, She's so pretty and witty and winsome The slangsters would dub her 'a dream.' . Her voice is the voice of an angel; Si:e can play the piano and cook; hl'e li'ickt only one thing — existence — 'I t. is girl that I found in a book. 'Tho I lustratcd Australian lledica' Guide' deals exhaustively whli First Aid and Bandaging and will thus save many valuable lives.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HUNDRED POINT MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

THE IIUNDItED POINT MAN. (By ICuburt llubbard.) When you find the hundred point man you will lind one wlio lives like a person in moderate circuinstniicoH, no matter what his ilnnncos are. Every man who thinks he has (he world by the tall and Is about to .snap Its domiiiHon head ofT for the delectation of mankind, Is unsafe, no .mailer how great his genius in the ' line of specialties.' J he hundred point man looks after just one Individual, and that Is the' man under his own hat; he in one who does not spend money until- he earns it, who pay.s his way, who knows that nothing is ever given for nothing; who keeps his digits off other people's prosperity. When he does not know what to say, why, he says nothing; and when he does not know what to do, does not do it. We should mark on moral qualities not nearly mental attainment or pro lieienoy, because in the race of life only moral qualities count. We should rate on judgment, application and intent. Men by habit, and na ture who are un...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTHER NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

MOTHER NATURE. Good kindly Mother Nature plays No favorites, but smiles for all Wlio care to tread her pleasant ways And listen to the song birds' call. The tulllm and the violets grow For till the world to gaze upon; With beauty are the hills aglow, Not for a few, but everyone. Her grass grows green for rich and poor, For proud and humble, high and low ; Beside tlu toiler's cottage door Her morning glories sweetly grow. In palace or in tenement II -r sunbeams just n.s gaiiy dance; No special charm to one is sent, . No ?'avorod few possess her glance. Her skies are blue for one and all, Her (lowers for every niortai bloom ; Her rains upon all creatures fall. For all the world Is her perfume. The rich man gets no sweeter smile Than does the ragged, barefoot boy; Yes, all who live an^S*pve the while, May Mother Xature/s charms en joy. Ah, what a lesson we may learn From kindly Mother Nature's waysi A smiling face we seldom turn To strangers when we meet their gaze, ! A kindly word we ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOROTHY'S "MUSTN'TS." [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

DOROTHY'S 'MUSTN'TS.' I'm sick of 'mustn'ts,' said Dorothy IX; Sick of 'mustn'ts' as I can bo. From early morn till close of day. I hear a 'mustn't' and never a 'may.' It's 'you mustn't lie there like a sleepy head'; And you musnt'nt sit nr; when it's time for bed ;' 'You mustn't cry when I comb vour curls ;' 'You mustn't play with those noisy girls;' 'You mustn't be silent when spoken to;' 'You mustn't chatter like parrots do;' 'You mustn't be pert and you musu't be proud ;' 'You mustn't g^le or laugh aloud;' 'You musn't rumple your nice clean dress' ; 'You musn't nod i» the place of yes' ; So all day long the 'musn'ts' go. Till I dream at night of an endless row, Of goblin 'mustn'ts,' with great big eyes, ? That stare at me in shocked sur prise, Oil, I hope I shall live to see the day When someone will say to me 'Dear, you may.' For I'm sick of 'mustn'ts,' said Dor othy D.; Sick of 'mustnlts' as 1 can be. —Ella Wheeler Wileox.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

?4: 'V ?)..'?'. ? - 'The Stock ni Sfei&tosa J©ms9° „./// ' - 1 '??' ^ ?. , many meet nny c^s-s ©f ^ccMcsit: ' '.'' '- ^^jfjj///J^^; ''- ^Jm ; is a paper to . which ©very mam on tine land, i ^ ?whether 'big' or 'little,' shoiald eiatoscrib©, -v , , , , '^ ? ? ,.' ^3 I ITS advocacy of everything that confers benefit upon producers is its ? , ^| principal claim for support. It -has been established for twenty-one , \ &i years. It is a newspaper with power. ' ' M *§& ' The Stock and Station Journal ' deals with the Live Stock Trade in i 'W all its phases. Frequent compliments are received from selling agents in the ' % $1 city on the value and authenticity of our Homebush Sales' reports. 'Sheep '^ and Wool ' are dealt with by expert practical writers, and this department | Tom is a strong feature. ' Mkukigano ' deals with Horses in a masterly manner, ? J -% . ''^m and 'The Dairy' receives its full share of recognition. . ' '^S 'The Stock and Station Journal' has ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

A Startling Hook Send 2/6 for two volumes of : Sir Walter Scott's famous I works 'Quentin Durwarcl' and ? ' The Talisman,' and one volume of _ Charles Dickens' 'Tale of Two Cities.' , Three intensely interesting books for ' WE PAY POSTACH. Send ca.«h ordure to the j Stcoti Journal newspaper Co. Limi'toci 17 Castlcreagh St-rut, Svdiiev. MWH ?? I III !? ? ? ? III !!!? ? ? IMIMIiiL^Mm ?

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

? vM/ Jt&. M- Majors, t2& 14$ mt & iLtf m, rt^y-- - ? We-haireaCood6notHAVSyOU? f^WL''', It's u good business— it's ECONOMY— -to hayo a good IV'S^fiT*'-1' pumping chginiT, whether for watering stock, irrigating, or CNijOrtfpt^ii-i' for domestic supply purposes. yj 'Jfe- yH^vfe??? Tho Rider. Ericsson Hot Air Pumping Engines are Mlfl,™ Inh JJJibl. %irf 'nut S^nSS BECAUSE They are tho Acme of Simplicity. (©lifilll^S They are Safe, Simple, Sure, and will Pump from Any t :'ii^Sr^^_^gra Source to Any Height. ?' N«2iJ|£2iai3i=a28w NO SUBURBAN OR COUNTRY MOVE Is complete without one. An Ericsson Engine costing only £25/16/- i» capable of providing AMPLE WATER Supply for nn HOTEL or LARGE PRIVAT3 RESIDENCE. Write for Free Cntnloffiie to AUSTRALIAN RIDER-ERICSSON EKGIHE CO. 20 Pitt St. Sydney

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

'The Illustrated Australian Medical Guide' is printed and published by! a reliable firm, viz.. William. Brooks j and Co., Ltd., 17 Castlerea.'Ji-strect, j Sydney. ? ' SWE-ET LAVENDER. ', Sweet laveiidi.'i'1 '. Sweet lavender! wlm'11 buy sweet lavovder cries tin.' English street (lower sellers. Sweet lavender fur ages- has been the one plant used by our English relations and I heir ancestors for per fuming their linen aud to drive away moths. Those who have lived away from their English home Tor years have fond memories recalled when a spray of lavender is hauded them ' -' smell. Sweet lavender grows to perfects in Australia aud i;ossessors of tln!: plant will often derive pleasure ii.' not only using it, but in giving pie; ees of it away to their friends. On receipt of l/~ a pfant packo to stand 3 days in the post will I , J3 forwarded by Mjj THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL TRAD- . ING CO., Hamilton Chambers, Hamilton' Slre-.-t. Box 1231 G.P.O.— * 1% ^r» /r^ -3 /^O -^& -?*?i 49™ ff'« f-...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

WSJTC/f^'/rft'M'iBW Auctioneer, Land and Commission o ^£»vUL*U/ivlin5iL Agent, Seed and Produce Merchant eOFP'S HHRB0UR. BELL1NGEN. DORI3IS0. nnd Bank Chambers, 46a MARKET STREET. SYDNEY Hns well-lmproveil Dairy ami Au'riciiltiinil Farms for sale in sill parts of the Famous North Coast Ulstrii'ts ; also ' Seccombe's'1 Famous Hand-s.inkcn Haapj u:i i Seed in uny quantity. Write him at once for I'rop-.-rly Catalogue, and ?.?m.lu.-iu \ your I'iiKpiiluni Seed order. A JL_ ? : ? - ? _____ ? = ? _ ? and are not subscribing to 'The Stock and StattoN Journal' will you fill in tho order form and post with cash ? The subscription is 2/6 per annum and subscribers who pay two years in advance receive a copy of Kaleski's 'Australian Settlers' Guide' free PTJE^GRIPTIOH 0ROER F0RA1 The Manager AUSTRALIAN PRODUCERS? TIOME JOURXAL Box l~-o'l, G. P.O., Sydney. Please forward vie your ' Journal ' for ? years front this data, for which I enclose ? ? and send me the book I am entitled to.. Siyned ? Addr...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR BOYS AND GIRLS. A RELIC OF THE FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

3f OUR -: BOYS AND GIRLS. . | A ? . ? ; ? ? -£- _V_ , ? ..mm ? m_Z ? i..iii ? . ? ? .1. ? ii, n ? — miiI.._^ ? _JLi_i_ i,';\'A REUC OF THE FOREST. t'i'.'. (By John B. DoIsiMi.) ('Iu solitude it towers high, ?'?*': Whore centuries ago it stood ^?'With top flung towards the bockon '?'?'? lug sky, r-!' And compassed by the primal -? wood. ?? Its giant trunk, though dying fust, '??Still stands cruet against the Must. Its crown is spoiled; Jind one huge 1 liml), Wrenched from the hole, but hung hi air, Swings hack and forth, a menai e grim Of (loath to him who loiters (hero. It parts the; winds with hollow moan That seems to wait Cor something . tlowu. Of all i(s comrades, not a trace Is left ; not oven a forest (lower ? Adorns the sod about its base. It dumlHy waits the- destined l:onr When woodman's axe or Nature's * Wow Shall lay fits time-sea rred grandeur low.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY DOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

DAIRY DOTS. The calf does not do any cudchew ing till it begins to eat solid fotd. If fed on good hay and plenty of silage, cows need no hard corn foods. Nurse your heifer calves along. They are to Ic the milkers by-and-by. Bringing up has a marked effect on the mifk-produaing qualities of cows. A strong tan of wattle-bark will kill off most of tho insect pests of cows. If it should he your bn-l luck to buy a waster, se.ll her out of the herd as soon as possible. It is upon the development of the heifer the herd is built up and future usefulness ensured. Do not get into the habit of think ing to-morrow will do as well; to-d.iy is the time ;n the cow-yard. Turnips are a good f-vd for cows, but if fed to tho.se i.n milk are likely to give the j.iioduct a 'ilavor. Wht-n you hear a man bullying his animals you may usually bet hia wiJ'o do£v- not rting at Im'x work. Don't let l lie cream stand about. Get it to the factory or the churn aa soon an po.s--.iblu aiter it is ripo. Sho that no ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOY WHO FORGETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

the boy who forgets. I love him, tin; boy who forgets. Does it seem such a queer thing to snyV Can't help it: lie's one of my pots; Doligiittnl at work or at play. I'd trust him with all that 1 own. And know neither worries nor frets ; But the secret of this lies alone In the things that the laddie for gets. ?lie always forgets to i-'fiy back. The boy who lias done him an ill; .Forgers that a grudge* he owes Jack. And smiles, at him pleasantly still. lie always forgets 'tis his turn , To choose what the others shall lilay; Forgets about others to learn The gossipy things that 'they say.' lie forgets to look sulky and cross? When tilings arc not going Ms way; Forg?ts someone's gain is lite loss: Forgets, in his work-time, bis piny. So this is why I take his part; . 'Why I say he is me if ivy icte; I repeat with all of my leart; I love him for what he forgets. St. Nicholas. 'O, Ger-vg?, I'm so glad you've come.' exclaimed the sweet girl. ??Father is so excited and disturbed! ' Do go i...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LARGE OR SMALL COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

LARGE OR SMALL COW. Some very interesting statistics on this subject have been compiled from data giving the average and total figures for 75 cows (says the 'American Weekly'). The cows were divided into three groups and classed as light, medium, and heavy. The light Jerseys, Guern seys, and Shorthorns were placed to gether, and the medium weights were placed in a third class. This ar rangement of placing the same num ber of cows of the three breeds in each group practically eliminated the influence of breed. The tests were carried on in periods of ]'- days. The j yield of butter-fat for 10001b of live i 'weight in tho light cows was 21.42. j In the medium cows 'rtie yield per 10001b of live weight was 20.91, while the average; yield per 10001b weight of the heavy co\vs was 10.-IS. While the heavy cows gave slightly less butter-fat according to weight, they produced this butter-fat at a trille less cost lian that which was pro duced by the light cows. The cost of the light cows was ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PAR OR TWO ABOUT THE PIG [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

A PAR. OR TWO ABOUT TIT ft PIG The pig should bo more of a friend j of tin* rr.an on the land than he is in this .Stale. There is good profit- in j I.ork. and where r/uvs are kept tho material for putting ffe.sh on the J young of the litter is available in ' practically unlimited quantity. Thoro is nothing produced on the far n of which tho pig will not maVe values, and as the grunters are good rootors in t\w imsewiod ground and lnintprs nf pv-.'rv vnrietv of root and weed post, they are a sort of assist ance in the cultivation work of the areas which are being given their rest. Tt lias benn faod by an American authority — and in America the hog is heltl in high esteem — that where, hogs and cows .are l-ropr-dy worked on the same farm the cows will pay all ex psnsos and tho pigs will be all profit. It may not work out quite that way in this Stat-j as things axe, but there is no reason to suppose there would not be good profit in the cow and the pig worked as a profit-making com bina...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLASSING CROSSBRED WOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

CLASSING CUOSSP.rtKI) WOOLS. The classification of crossbred wool is greatly neglected throughout the Commonwealth, mainly. I think, on account of the predominance lies- j tewed on the production of the nier- j ino by our pastoralists. No doubt j the cultivation erf the merino wool j has been the mainstay of almost all ! the States, and any wool not a mer- i ino is looked upon with a kind of | disdain, something too coarse or low | for classification. To grade cross- j bred wools the classer should have j a general knowledge of spinning j qualities.- which take a very wide j range, extending from the brilliant, glossy low Lincoln, to the very j superior comeback, often of .'-- to j UU's. at which counts the merino is | met. The great majority of wool growers and wool-classers have a tendency to treat, with indifference any wool that is not a merino, all other wools in their estimation are i crossbreds. This is a mistaken idea, because there are a great many acknowledg ed pure breeds...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dairy. (Continued from page 5.) TREATMENT FOR MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

FTThe- Dairy.- T B ? E I ICcnUnaeA from patro 6.; a TREATMENT FOR MILK FEVER. ? At one time milk fever was n very fatal disease nmong the host dairy bred rattle, but science has devised a method of treatment which practic ally removes all the fears of this dis ease. In the Annual Reports of the Live Stock Associations of tlm Pro vince of Ontario, Dr. II. G. Reed discusses this subject. lie urges !?-. farmers not to drench the sick anl ..-.. mal, for, owing to her paralysed con ? . dition, the liquid is just as likely to .: go into the lungs as it is in the sto mach. Milk fever has . never been . ?successfully treated through the digestive tract, and therefore no medicine should be given the animal y through the mouth. ( The first effective cure for milk fever comes in the use of oxygen which, by means of a pump, was in jo'jled into the cow's udder through the openings in the tents. It has since been found that pure air injee t-nl into the udder wfll accomplish tie same thing. Great ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

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Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

You could not possibly have anything better than a m * ?'TTr&A Tj^i *] r?y Try) /f\\ E-''Cn^ O l ' for driving your SEPARATOR or any other class - of machinery on a Farm. The FERR© -s not on'y ) the SIMPLEST and MOST RELIABLE Engine on J , - the market ; but it is Half the Fricc of other \ v Engines of similar pov/er. There are more FERK© . J Engines sold than any other make of Engine IN =* THE WORLD. There must be a reason for this. $ ' ' P Ouor 1800 aro In us© In AustraDia. Sond for Gatalogu© g ' ? M i 1 SOLE AGENTS— jj it ? J j SYDNEY (ne&E' Towi Hall) I

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

* By ALFRED HAWKESWORTH. ♦ ♦*♦ . ? »j» *?* [Lecturer in Shaep and Wool, Sydney Technical College.] *-* % Contains information rhat is useful beyond doubt ,». * to STUDENTS, SELECTORS, FARMERS, * % SHEEPBREEDERS, BUYERS AND * * SELLERS OF WOOL and in fact everyone * ♦- interested in Sheep and Wool. It is in its ♦- % Second Edition and is A BOOK THAT WILL % * PROVE, TO THE PURCHASER, A * % ? SPLENDID INVESTMENT. ? !- * PRICE S- POST FREE. * * Will you CUT THIS ADVT. OUT and send * -?*» ? it with cash to— ? ♦- | WILLIAM BROOKS _ & CO:; LTD., | ♦♦♦ ? Booksellers £: Stationers, 17 Castlersagh Street, Sydney. ? ?- [?] MEN ON TH2 LAND WHO WANT TO Borrow MCJMEY l.'i.on Farm, Grazing or Station Properties, »li.ml.i write ami ,-i;ii-. their reiiuiriMiicMils In ? 9LLIA&1 I'jfALkan, Financial AgenS, 32 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. the M;in on ' the L.i.i.l his wholeVtii'ly Viiif iiroi,' si.m. Rate of Interest rrom 4 and H\ r.nd 5 pir cent. Easy TcriiMainl Com. lit ions. Any Mini from C:...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

This paper is sent FREE to subscribers to 'THE! STOCK AND STATION JOURNAL' LIQUID MOLASSES forms at once the best and most nutritious food for Horses, Cows, Calves, Sheep, Lambs, Pigs and Poultry. It only requires mixing: with Hay, Straw, Chaff, Husks, Bran, Pollard, Wheat, Oats, Maize or damaged foods and the outlay is tr. fling compared with results, being obtained daily by all classes of men on the Land. Write for instructive pamphlet and price which will be sent, post free, by — f^fbO 'MfnllFfc^G&d^Q FV^-r!r-l-P^ €^ m* Rawson Place, Baymarket &

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
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