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PASTORAL PROBLEMS. ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

HI PASTORAL PROBLEMS. ' |f| 1 ^ 1^1 By 'PLANETS.' | For ' The Producers' Journnl. ' || ORGANISATION. ;? I . One of the most interesting move ments ill our world of primary pro ducers to-day is that which is tend ing towards their organisation- On : nil sides you hear it mentioned, and great things are possible. Tlie move ment is already old wit.li us, for men have talked of it for years and oven tried hell'.' the Chariot of Progress along, hut we hasten slowly. To become a fine organisation calls mr time and men. Its realisation is like unto that other happy inndi-' tiou : — / 'Heaven's not reached at a single bound But it's got to daily, round by round.' Please, kind' sirs, we're getting there. ? THE ' CAIX FOIl ?I.ECTLT.ES. An interesting aud encouraging development is seen in the request ' that has come from several quarters for organising lectures. A member of tlie Clarence River Farmers' Union writes us that lie would like to see an able lecturer tour tne Hirers in the interest...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Breeders' Motto: "TRUE TO TYPE" [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

Tk BneJen J&ott #: 'TRUE. TO Tire' | RIBY B0SKER (Mo. 145), the subject of the picture, is a tine type of a Lincoln mm, and bred | 1 and owned by Mr. C. W. Coote, of Fern Hill, Upper -Manilla, one of the State's leading Lincoln 3 breeders. Riby Bosker has won many prizes in the show-rings of New South Wales, among ; others that of Champion at the (Hen limes National Show last year.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOLDEN FLEECE. WOOL-CLASSING. HOGGETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

H THE GOLDEN FLEECE. §1 WOOL-CLASSING. (By Alfred Hawkesworth.) IIOGGIiTS. There is no class of wool grown on n station th a t ref| uire.s more careful handling and moie sound judgment to do it full ju.st.icr- than the hor nets. Tlie-rt- are two kinds of hogget wool on many stations — a real hog get and a sh'irled hogget. It Ls most necessary to keep them separate, even if length only i.s taken into con sideration. On .stations where there are two lanihings we invariably find that tlie older lambs are shorn. -and the small later ones are allowed to go without having their fleeces inter ( fered with. In other instances only the large lambs are shorn, leaving the smaller animals untouched. Under these circumstances, at the end of twelve months, when the shearing time comes round, the lambs have de veloped into hoggets of two kinds — ? real .hoggets and shurled hoggets. If these have been running together [ it i.s necessary and advisable to draft : one irotn the other before shearing, ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMERS' ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

FARMERS' ORGANISATION. What the farmers of this State stand in need of is organisation. They lack cohesion, they fall to stand to gether. While all others parties are united as a solid, compact body, farmers are dis-united and seldom stand shoulder to shoulder. And yet tlie need and tlie advantages of mov ing as one are so evident l it is nou only for defence that union is de sirable, but rdso as a commercial pro position and as an educator and a pleasure-bringer. Regarded in the broader light, the union of farmers in any one district or bunch of districts lias its solid ad vantages and is deserving of all en couragement. The coastal districts are particularly fitted for this closer union, having the people and the needs and tho time, and we confi dently Icok forward to tlie growth of union among the coastal farmers in the immediate future. Up on the Macleay there is the Maeloay ltiver Farmers' Union, which is doitifj good work and- is worthy of imitation. A mejnber kindly sends us ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRI DU COEUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

CRI DU COEUR. . One gift, but one, I ask of life, One hope to nurse against the day WTTen I have (tone my spell of strife And face the lonely way. Not wealth, that has no saving worth Whereby to cancel Nature's debt; Not fame, that scarce outlives its birth. ' - Bo quickly men forget. But just that when I come to die ' I may be sure, by faith most clear, One heart will miss my heart, nnd : sigh : 'If he were only here j ' — Owen Seaman, 'Give me a ham sandwich,' . shouted the traveller at the depot ?'??? lunch counter. Two seconds later he complained to the attendant, 'That was the worst sandwich I ever had. No more taste than sawdust, and not big enough to see.' 'This here's yer ham sandwich,' returned the at tendant contemptuously. ''You've et' yer ticket.' -

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

THE EMIGRANT. Ob, come an' see Mm off — the syren's blowin', I The liner's goin', In a little while you'll 'ave to step ashore, For the tide is full an' flowin', an' '00 knows — (there is no knowin') If you'll ever see your sweet'art any more? Syren: 'Any mo-o-o-ore!' Oh, say 'good-bye 'onto Mm — time is fly in', It's uo good eryin', ? 'E looks that way 'iniself, Ms 'art ' is sore, For it's 'ard, there's no denyin' — 'ow it sets your soul a-sighln' — When you may not see your ? sweet'art any more. Syren : 'Nevermo-o-o-ore !' . Tell Mm some day you will join Mm safe an' sound On alien ground, It is what 'e wants to 'ear ('All ashore!'), Kiss Mm now an' turn you round for your sweet'art's outward bound, An' per'aps you'll' never kiss Mm auy more. Syren : 'All asl.o-o-o-ore ! Will you ever kiss your sweet'art any mo-o-o-ore V' — Bertram Atkey, iu 'Fry's.' When returning from school one muddy day Tommy fell In the gut ter, with tho result that it was rather difficult to decide which was...

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 — 23 August 1910

A VALUABLE METAL. Almost as light as air, as strong as iron, and as beautiful as' silver, is aluminium. Its uses aro many, entering as it does into the manufacture of tlie most important part of tlie aero plane, the motor-car, etc. Novelties in the slia.po of noncul lapsiblo alumiinimn salt and pepper sets tastefully designed, are just Wonderful to relate, 'tis impos sible for tho sets to fall over, throw them as often as you may plea.se; they will come to the proper position every time, A very novel and dajnty present, packed neatly and sent post free for 3/3 the set of two, by Tho Austra lian Mail trading Co., Hamilton Chambers, Ilamilton-street, Svdney *

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOING ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

GOING ON THE LAND. The South Australian Director of Agriculture i Professor Lowrie) dur- j ing the course of an address at j Boulder on .Sunday strongly coun selled intending settlers on the wheat growing areas of the State to think well and prepare for the venture be fore giving up positions which they may ho-ld. He stated that the aver age man who went on the. land with out having some capital behind l.:— ? ? 1 ? : ? i. : ? .if .. i : i. of grind, even with the assistance which he might get from the Agri cultural Dank. He advised all young men who contemplated settling on tlie land to wait until tTiey had about £'300 behind them. It would be better if they had £'500. and in the meantime to acquire a knowledge of blacksmitliing and mechanics, and to study elementary chemistry and bookkeeping. He admitted that farming on good lines return ed a substantial interest on the capi ta] invested, but that would become j a smooth running concern. The ! reason that lie did not take up farm- ...

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 — 23 August 1910

Bargains Parcel .of Boolis /'VCR wonderful BARGAIN PARCEL of books (fiction), containing 45 volumes by the best known Authors, we are offering for The jjarcel contains books as follows: — 10 (Ten) Three shilling and sixpenny ... £1 15 0 10 (Ten) Two shilling and sixpenny ... 15 0 10 (Ten) Two shillings ? 10 0 15 (Fifteen) One shilling and sixpenny ... 12 6 ?45 Volumes For 2Q/-. Value £5 2 0 The most wonderful offer of cheap reading ever made. IMPOtTAMT. 6PE0IAL NOTICE. - Owing to tho great demand for Our 20/ Bargald Parcel, we have found it impossible to issue lists of uvailnblu books. Wo therefore ask customers when ordering, to furnish us with a list of volumes they have read, or have in their possession. Thus, when making a selection we will be enabled to avoid sending books not required, i E. W. COLE is the largest Bookseller in the Commonwealth, and is in a position to offer you Q^NUIME BOOK BARQAINS. The 20/- Bargain Parcel it all we claim for It, the most wonderful offer of c...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORCHARD PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

ORCHARD PLANTING. Ir a tree is planted in soil which has hail only a lew inches of the sur face overturned, and the subsoil (es pecially if an impervious day) left untouched, it will be found that the tree, even if it lives, will be stunted and the croj s of fruit it bears will be exceedingly unsatisfactory. On the otlier hand, if the subsoil has been worked to a good depth, perhaps the roots would have been ! enabled to strike deeply into the ; soil, with the result that the tree would be encouraged to grow to }to- ; per size and to yield large crops of ' fruit. | Of course there are some soils ; which will never make satisfactory j orchards, but even with good lands ; the subsoil requires proper working. When t.he soil is properly treated i the roots soon strike deeply, and thus the tree will not be subjected to sudden changes of temj crature, which would be the case if many of tho roots remained near the surface. In consequence of being unable to force their way to a good depth. ...

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 — 23 August 1910

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

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Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

POULTRY POINTERS. Lice, brood, and foed, aud live . under the roosts. Of all tame fowls, the capron is the most nutritious. Ground grain is better to feed both young and old ducks. Early hatched chicks grow faster than late hatched. Feed the growing chicks early In the morning and late In the evening. Geese are less liable to disease than any other domestic fowls. Guinea fowls are tho most persis tent big eaters of all the poultry tribe. Generally cheap pure-hasps from unknown breeders will surely trace back to an undesirable ancestry. If the house ls dry overhead &.nd dry under feet, it is comparatively easy to make the sides good. Weed rout the old hens nnd fatten them for market as soon as they be gin to drp off in egg production. When oilcake Is fed to poultry it should be used altogether in place of bran. Fanciers owe It to amateurs to ad vertise and endeavour to distribute their prize eggs. It is not flie quantity but the quality of the fowl-feed wliii^i f'-;r- G round...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

NOTES. The most advantageous time to sell sheep is when it is lamb. Il' you want good si/.ed sheep, they must grow rapidly while young. j Tlie breed of sheep for mutton is : one that gives early maturity. 1 Sheep make two profits a year ; no , other stock does thisi. j With sheep, us with all either ? stock, the best always pays better than scrubs. j Sometimes there ls more in tlie ; breed of the shepherd than in the : sheep. Show condition and low condition j are both extremely hurtful for breed- j ing ewes. Select ram for breeding tliat has a good masculine head and that stands firmly on strong legs. j As a rule the large money ewes i prove to be better iamb raisers titan j the short dumpy ones. j A sheep with dry aud pale im- J 1'ovorished skin will never produce a | good fleece. | The more sheep you can keep and j keep in good condition the loss per ] head will be tlie cost of keep big. A farm witliout sheep may pay well, but the farm with a Hock will pay better. I A sheop produ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORLD OF WOMEN. NANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

|| THE WORLD OF WOMEN. | NANCY. Day dawns at her arrival. And dies as she departs, I foar eonio kingly rival May take my Queen of Hearts ; Visions nnd dreams surround her, A halo hang;? above. With which my song has hound her In tyranny of love. Her velvet forehead beaming Surmounts a crimson cheek, Her smile makes clear by seeming The thought she cannot speak ; Her lustrious eyes grow tenner With silent, slumbrous fire, Stale phrases cannot render Their passion of desire. Her love ls autocratic. And masterly iu style, No p-outing diplomatic. No whimsy, aud no wile; No simpering or posing. No, c-haperone discreet : ller hair my face enclosing, Her lips divinely sweet. ? No crude coquettish phrasing, No prudish Chill or check, Abandonment amazing. She hangs upon my neck ; No vagrant doubt or fancy To mock my jealous fear — Confession creeps from Nancy . Into my quiet ear. She's fovir, I'm forty — folly! Her message foils, alack — 'I likes tiss 'oo. 'cos Dolly Tan't never tlss me back...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHEEP INDUSTRY. THE MUTTON TYPES OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

H THE SHEEP INDUSTRY. ; ? .... . i hiii wr ? ? = ? ' THE MUTTON TYPES OF SHEEP. (By Alfred. Hawkesworth.) Tho British, or what are called , tho British 'broods of sheep, comprise i throe groups known as 'T-he rino, 'The Middlo,' and 'The I/mg- j wools.' The first mentioned is oon- j fined to the Downs' family, tho next ' to the Middle, viz.. llomney Marsh, j Border Leioest-er. Dorset Horn, Che- | viot. Yorkshire, Nottingham, _ Bed ford, North Devon, etc., the inter mediate between the Fine and Long wools. \Vliili- t ho breeds Within these groups materially differ in character, ? what is known -a-s the mutton type or foinn Ls essentially the same w 1 1 1 1 - | in thase groups or families. lhe i general mutton conformation em- j bodies tlie features of the best mut ton type involving tlie compact, j blocky tV.rm, the short head and ! neck, broad level back, full heavy leg of mutton. deep body and short legs. The Head.— Is short, the mouth of ample f ze, nostrils large, nose ~ short an...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

RECIPES. (By Ina Strickland.) Pastry Garnets. — Ingredients: Re mains of any kind of past-?, jam, compote of fruit, or whipped cream. Method : RolJ out the pastry fairly thin, out in .strips, and wiutl round tho moulds (or round .sticks four inches long and half-inch through at j one end, and shaved off to nearly a ! point at the other end), pinching the i uasto together at the tip to make it j hold. Bake a pretty golden color, I 6lip of! tho moulds, and when cold fill I with compote of any fruit or jam, and put a teaspoonful of cream at the mouth of each ; or they may be filled with whipped cream. They will take about twenty minutes to cook. Light Pastry. — Ingredients-, lib. of flour, 1 yoke of egg, a little water, £lb. of butter, the juice of 1 lemon, jl'b. of lard or beef drip] ing, J tea epoonful of salt, % teaspoonful of eugiar. Method : Sift together into a bowl of flour, sugar, and salt; rub the lard into the flour :mix into a etiff paste, with tho beaten yoke of egg, lenuta...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW CANADA GROWS WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

HOW CANADA GROWS WHEAT. The great development of the i Canadian North-west, with the conse-- I quent, increase In the wheat, crop, j las been one of the most remarkable ! phenomena of the last twenty years, j The - provinces of Manitoba. Saskat- j chownn and Alberta have in ten years | (ISOO-lOOO) increased the area under I cultivation from two million acres tv- j nearly soven million acres. Canada ; exported last year 72,000,000 bushels ; of wheat. It is estimated that at the close of 1900, after making al- ' lowanee for seed of 10,000,000 bus hels, and for bread 5,000.000 bus hels, there remained in the tanners' ! Lands a balance Of 30.747. 330 bus- ! liels of wheat. It is Interesting to know of the j euormous Increase which occurred j during tlie past yt»ar in the storage ; capacity, both interior and terminal, j In Eastern and Western Canada. According to the report vif the Ware- | Louse Commissioner at Winnipeg, the j capacity of the railways' elevators i twelve months ago was ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

POULTICES. Two remarks of the famous Dr. Aberuethy's in giving instructions for making a poultice, always deser ve to be well remembered. * 'In the lirst place, ' says lie, 'scald out your basin, for you can never make a good poultice unless you have per fectly boiling water,' and next lie ndds: 'Do not let any lumps remain in tho basin, but stir tlie poultice well, and do not be sparing for y0nr trouble.' To make a poultice u basin, a spatnla (that is a Hat sort of knife similar to a painter's putty knife), hoiuo linseed meal, boiling water, and. a piece of linen a little larger than the size of the poultice wanted, will be required. Scald out j the basin, and at the same time take | the opportunity of dipping the spatu- I la, or whatever you use to make and; spread tlie poultice with, into the ^ boiling water. Then pour into the 1 basin as much boiling water as is | required; quickly sprinkle iu tlie lin- i seed meal, aud stir the whole with 1 the spatula vigorously as Abernethy d...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURE. JUDGING PLOUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

AGRICULTURE. JUDGING PLOUGHING. f In judging ploughing I Lave found j twenty-four points a good scale to J work from — six given for the ridge, a maximum of three for straightness ' end three for well closing; six for I finishing, two of which are for ! Btrnightness and four for style and narrowness of open furrow; twelve ) for general excellence of work, such j fig edge on the furrows, closing and | pressing up, clean land, ends, and | freedom irom Baulks; ana wnen j ttere is a tie give one extra for gen eral good work, for, after all, that Is the best ploughing which is engi ' est converted. Into a good seed bed. I certainly think that the judges should be in the field the whole day. ; 'When one has fifty or sixty ploughs ' In one field, there is quite enough ^ to do for some hours. I always walk across between the first an«l ' second bout and see the ridges open ; . then again as soon as possible aft-u- i elosing from the other end of tlie ; field, a third and fourth time during ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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