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

ASK ' '' AND '' ' ^ ' ' Boards iijal Highland itilsky Give them a trial, it will be to your interest.

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

MOTEY TO IEMB MEN m THE IAEB WHO ? WANT T© Barrow MOKET . .1 1 Upon Farm, Grazlna or Station Properties, | should write and state their requirements to ? WILLIAM WALKER, Financial Agent, 82 PITT STREET,- SYDNEY. 1 who for many .Tears lias made raonetarv negotiations with j the Man on the Land Ilia whole stu ly and profusion. Hate interest from O and *SJ and 5 per cent. 1 Easy Terms and Conditions. Any hum from £250 to £50,000 | PURCHASERS OP PROPERTIES FINANCED

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

f-ACIT¥l,EHE 'Sin' Generatin! Piant| It's positively the best machine With the 'SUN' you get the jj® maximum of satisfaction at the ^ It secures the highest standard of lighting from the lowest con o) sumption of carbide. -) ? ^ , j. ^ j Agents wanted $ $ non-represented | districts. -9 ! ? ? -) It's absolutely safe. W It's simple in operation. -£» It's durable in construction. ' £ For the most effective and up- 4* to-date lighting INST-AL THE £ ' SUN.' o® Write us for illustrated catalogue 2 of ' SUN ' Generators. ijo ilk HE ACETYLENE SB WW! f S 21 BUCKLAMD ST. 0HWst- 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 — 23 August 1910

SWEET LAVENDER. Sweet Lavender ! Sweet Lavendw ! wlio'll buy sweet lavender, Jiriea tiij English street flower sellers. Sweet lavender for ages has be^u tin* ruse plant used by our English relations and tlieir ancestors for per fuming their, linen and to drive away moths. Those who have lived away from their English home for years have fond memories recalled when a spray of lavender is handed tliem to smell. Sweet lavender grows to perfection in Australia and possessors of thia phi nt will often derive pleasure' in not only using it, but iu ' giving pieoes of it away to their friaiidp. On reoeipt of 1/2 a plant packed to stand 3 days in tlie post will ba forwarded by THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL TRAD ING CO., Hamilton Chambers, Hamilton-street. Box 1231 G.P.O. — * SYMS¥ »U« Ct 193 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY All Molasses sold are guaranteed to contain 0C p.o. Sugar FARMERS, DAIRYM UN', SQUATTERS, SHOW EXHIBITORS and 1'ASTORALI.STS cannot do butter than writ a to us for I Quotations -in largo or sm...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR BOYS AND GIRLS. MATER ET FILIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

j OUR BOYS AND GIRLS. f | - ? ? ? 0 MATER ET FILIUS. (By Walter H. Brown.) Sometimes in tlie hush of tlie even- ! in« hour ] When tlie .shadows creep from tlie west . : I think of tho twilight songs you ?san g, ? ; Ami the liov vou lulled to re.st — ; Tli o wee little boy with the tousled i ? head _ j ? Tli.it m) long ago was thine, i I wonder if sometime.* vou long lor ! ! ♦ I.-.f t ? * ' i ; 0 Httle livelier of mine. j I j And now he lias come to man's es- j 1 tate, i ! (irmvn .stalwart in body, and ; j strong, 5 And you'd hardly know that lie was I | the Lad iWliom you lulled with your slum ber-song. The years have altered tlie form and tlie life S But his heart i.s unchanged by \ time, I And still he is onlv tlie boy as of V .o1,1 j O little in ither of mine!

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

THE NEW MOON. r A little new moon has been horn to j night — ! She's out with the stars, you see ; ?id down from her home in C'loud i land height, j he's .smiling at you and me. ?j little new moon ! .She is fair to ? -io dainty, and .slim, and bright! .id we make her our curtseys — thus, i one, two, throe! s-ne is queen ot tlie stars to-nigtit. A little n^w moon! She goes soon to rest. As little new moons must do: . And Lhe stars crowd close round her cradle-nest-. And watch he.r the whole night through. G- ' )d-ni'iht. little moon! As you elder grow You will wake tiil tho dawn -stars peep — ? i And watch with a smile o'er the - world below. -) 'Where Earth's little children sleep.

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

T.V THE KITCHEN GARDEN. 'Pray tell me why/' the Onion asked, 'In all this blazing sun, I shnuld be wrapped in seven ooats When I don't need but one?' 'I cannot see you all, mv friends,' Tho Corn said — 'I am blind; But as for oars, no bettor ones Than mine you'll even* find-.' Up jumped a little vegetable Whose fa-ce was round and red ; 'I'd like to see the man alive I could not Beet!' he said. 'Your facultios,' tho Pea-vine cried, 'De^vr friends, 1 won't dispute; But inv bud has grown a pistil. And 1 think it's going to sheet.' 'I nover,' .said a Carrot small That grew beside the walk. J 'Heard anything in all my life ' g The way those French-beans I (a) talk!' ! For fear that I should laugh aloud, I had to run away : \ I met those funny folks again ' At dinner-time next day.

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

mm smm === THE FARMYARD. !=== HOW TO ( i ET LATEI-H r- (I!y G- Rradshnv.' ) ! l'oultry nuilim-itles, practical ' poultry 111011, and even theorists tho i worl-l over urge tho keeping 01' jmr--- bred fowls as being more profitable ! limn tin; too common sorts. Des pite this, the overwhelming number of those who kot-p fowls in tho country arc wedded to tflio mongrels, some evon going so fur as t;o say that they have tried both, and pre fer the i-arn-door sort 011 account of I J HI I Illll(:ilirh-, I.t-., lr\*i 1 -1 I U ILMU'.^S to disease. Realising the conserva tism of many farmers, it would, perhaps, lie considered reformation ; of ti too extreme order did I adviser : the clearing out of all the mongrels 1 and lillitig (heir place with pure ; tireds; nor is tluire any need for ' fsuvli \a liolfTH.'i le work, there beiivg ! several ways of bringing tlie non descripts to a profitable state In a less expensive manner. farmers and others, having n small or largo stock or mongrels can Hp...

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

This paper is sent FREE to subscribers to ' THE STOCK AND STATION JOTRXAL'

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

The Safe & Rapid , Way of Castrating - Price, «3:5/« ] I A splendid instrument, handsomely finished and easily cleaned. WriN» for it to-day; alno for our lint of other Veterinary Appliances. I'ln; old way was neither safe nor efficient. Tlie ipprovod way prevents loss of stock, i.s safe, hygienic, mndy, and expedites the work. This- i.s by using [t is tho best known instrument for castrating Horses, Jolts, Bulls, or Rains. Tlie upper blade is solid and Hisses through Lhe lower blade, which, is fenestrated md so finished thut the cord is crushed before Oeing severed, thus preventing hemorrhage. DENVER BROTHERS 231 GEORGE STREET, SYDNE'.

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

-/',/* ' ^ \ K- even though connected by telephone 1 ; ~S'-. * j is not of much use in tlie case of accident or sudden illness. You want j assistance right on the spot — then - j HAVE A RESIDENT | BUSH-NURSING DOCTOR J : ' IN THE HOME— ? ? . ? ????????..' ? in the form of ? — II IlflBTS AUSTiH Hill HIE (TWO VOLUMES). 1 Dr. Muskett (the author) saw the need of proper medical assistance in the country and gave this work to Australia. u'w-/ n -i 'Jfty ^dtey's Bush-Nuking Scheme further emphasizes this need and the ' Medical Guide fills it — at any rate until the doctor can be got. Jiectical It tells how to treat cases of accident or illness in marvellously simple language. Dr. Muskett's experience was gained in Australia and his work treats of diseases and maladies as they occur in Australia. ui&cctsjes anci , ciifton titer Edmu,rl ni a country one, where there is no doctor close. It is really a wonderful work.'' esl'e™Hy I 'THE STOCK AND STATION JOURNAL' EDITION is bound in FU...

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

[Wake Up [To Your Oppofftaaihes I | Thousands (Maimers and landholder* 'jjj have boea helped aJon; the road to fj prosperity, by tlie aid of RATIONAL J; MANUKINQ. Yet, there are still | many who have not yot awakened to 1 tlie fact ol what the right use of man % urss will do (or them. | Are you one of the keeping ones? If * so. pleaee write to us about the ques* tiou of manuring. Lot us tell you ; WHY the Qovorument u«cs our mau uies on all the Experimental Plots, and WHY so many farmen have into ? needed t-y usinjour manures. A post* ^ curd will bring you full information. - W5-- -. '? I OPPORTUNITY PASSING THE | SLEEPER. I I ?jPATON, BURNS & CO. j I23 SUSSEX ST. SYDNEY. High Grado Manure . — Manufacturers. — - Works. ALEXANDRIA. i

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

II A WIC ESBURY A G R 1 C U LT U R A L COLLEGE. Wo all know what a fine institution wo have in tho Hawke-sbury Agricul tural College, don't we? And wo all think well of it, even though we seldom speak, being mo lest. Last year there struck these sunny shores a party of commercial men along with three or four journalists — the former delegates to tho Empire Chamber of Commerce Conference, and the latter 111 search of ' copy. Australia received a great write-up that time, about the best she has ever got. Journalists do serve a use ful purpose in this world— which is well, for it is popularly believed that they will never ^et a chance in the next. One 01 these wandering scribes was n Mr. Nicol. who re] 're- sented the ''Morning Leader,' one of London's great dailies, and this is how he saw the College: — 'Tlie future of Australia will be ! what the young Australian of to-day i makes it. j 'And to see the young Australian at his best you have to turn away from the bar at the hotel and t...

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

ABOUT THE HOUSE. Re careful not to allow the colts to nurse when the mare Is heated. As a rule, t'iio horse that is train ed without blinds, is (lie safer horse. Pull the collar away from tf.ie shoulders while the teams are rest ing in the fields. The weight of a draught horse should be in bone and muscle, and not iu thesiinernbiindnnee of fat. The very host horses will never bring tlieir actual worth in any mar ket unless they are in good flesh. A good growth tlie first year of tlie life of a colt costs less than at any other age. The growing period, when lhe ani mal is young, is the time that the frame Is built. On the farm at least fhe disposi tion of a liorse has very much to do with his value. A little care in good season will make a great deal of difference in the value of a colt when grown up. Never work a team of colts toge ther until they have been thoroughly broken, as they will worry each other. It costs about Us much to raise a scrub horse as it does a good one, and it c...

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

SECOND-HAND IMPLEMENTS. 'I won't_buy' a new one, but will wait until I can pick up one seor.aid liand,' is an expression not infre quetly made by farmers when in want of implements, aJid the reason is, of course, that they think they will get the second-hand implement cheaper than a now on-e. Perhaps they do. but not always, for when one buys a seoond-hand article it should be re membered that in all probability someone else has had the best out' ot it. Again, it ocas.onally happens that two or more farmers attend a salo, each with an eye on a certain implement that tliev all want, and in tho excitement of t-iddiii£ it may be run up, and tho man whom it is even tually knocked down to pays half as -much again for it a.s it is worth. There is no economy in buying second hand airtioles at this rate, and the would-be purchaser, before he bids, should not only examine its value, but fix the limit to which ho intends to go in bidding. It is the man who can withstand the impelling ovo of t...

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 WONDERFUL YEGETABLE. '| FRESII FROM FRANCE. 1 We nil know t3ie story of 'Jack and the Bean Stalk,' and how tho bean grow in a single nlglit. Now we have n beau that does not grow In a night, but It takes the place of 20 ordinary French beim plants, and is a better all round bean. The name of this bean is 'Epicure,' meaning luxurious and dainty outer. in' uean is a runner, ciimiiiug to a height! of G feet, and croiis very lieavily. Tho ground should be manured and dug deeply, making ft as light as possible. In dry weather keep tho -beau growing by mulching and watering. Send 1/- to tfie Australian Mall Trading Co., Hamilton-street, Syd ney, and a packet of beans will bo posted to you.*

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

ODDS AND ENDS?. Three go ml rules for heiforhreak lng: Be srentle at first, ho gentle at mllking-time, be gentle nil the time. The tendency for like to beget like In the milking cow ls almost Invari able; exceptions are few. If beans are given tv- cows the animals soon giain In appearance, and the milk yield Increases. While Great Britain produces less than a quarter of tlie wheat she con sumes, she still furnishes the hulk of her homo-used barley and oats. There Is no need for a liorse to he chewing all day aud night. Wlieu he does some of the food passes un digested aud does no good. Well-bred stock will always com mand a price, while badly-bred ani mals are hard to* get rid of, and they eat more and u'o not thrive 011 what they consume. Where tho hot fly Is troublesome in New South Wales farmers tie 11 piece of red rag round the necks of horses and cows. The idea Is the color will keep the fly away.

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

POTATOES FOR MARKET. ( Intimately bound up with tho whole matter of profitable potato raising is tho demand of the market. It i.s not .sufficient alone to grow (! potatoes, but .it i.s equally lieccs-ary to send this pnduet to market iu a condition .so as to be most acceptable to tho buyer. I11 the se days of keen competition buyers pick and ehooso to an extent not realised by one who has not witnessed tho disposal of a condition which growers should not*, fail to study and prepare themselves to meet, for by duo attention to get up are the highest prices to be ob ta-ined. The most essential points are to grad.\ classify, and bag in clean new hags. l.n grading, all dis-eased. deformed, over-largo and undersized tubers should be rejected from first grade. This discrimina tion against the poor qualities of one's own products will result in making a reputation for goods bear ing the brand, and will never fail to obtain top market prices. Before banging caro should be taken to remove nil...

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

MANURES FOR POTATOES. In many districts ample supplies of woll -.saved farmyard manure should be available, but where the soil is not in fit condition to produco heavy orops, it will pay to use commercial fertilisers. Mr'. F. 13. Guthrie, Chemist to the Department of Agri culture, recommends the following as a oompleto manure for potatoes' in average soils : — Quantity per half ton. Cost. Dried blood ? Jcwt. ..£112 0 Superphosphate 4c\vt. . . 1 0 f) Sulphate of Pot ash ? 2cwt. .. 19 0 . lOcwt. .. £4 1 0' Contains — Nitrogen ? 5.3 per cent. Phosphoric Acid. fi.8 per cent. Potash ? 10. -1 per oejit. Applied at tho rate of 4cwt. p. or aoro, this wdl give — Por Acre. 23Jlb. ...... Nitrogen. ? Phosphoric Acid. ?41 Jib ? ? Potash. And will cost about £1 12a par acrei. This manure should bo' applied at the time of planting, and thrown on tho bank so as to get mixed with tho soil when tho sets aro covered — From F armors' 'Bulletin,' No 27

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

FATE. One ship drives east, and another drives west. With the self-same winds that blow ; 'Pis (hi! set of their sails. And not the gales. Which tell us tl.e wav they go. | Like (lie winds of the sea are the | ways of Kale. j As we voyage along (through life; j 'Tis the set of a soul, That, decides the goal. And not the calm or the strife. — Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

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