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

f ? ? '''' ? ? ? ' --1 7tr 'Tlie Stock aiti Station Jmr° nal' gives yom an opportunity . to equip yourself so that yon may meet asay case of accident or suddlest Illness astd know - ^SpfkvHM^ ^ Aw t Wv * ^ivt »A * ?»!*«* *?'» ?' what to' do. ^H^x-C^f^Tfr || |^J ' ' 'v^j ^ v ' C ?*- ^ | /.V *? ( ^ ^ ' 'Til STOCK & Sttfll? JWEML' ' is a paper to which every man on the land, )' 'V^r/* ?%*' whether 'big' or 'little,' should subscribe. ^ UEg^\ j |)ij lii/Stf i , \ A* ' V » ' * y * ' . v c1 JTS advocacy of everything that confers benefit upon producers is its ^ principal claim for support. It has been established for twenty-one *' '- years. It is a newspaper with power. ?. - ' . 'J* ' 'The Stock and Station Journal ' deals with the Live Stock Trade in ' ' ^[?PyPjj all its phases. Frequent compliments are received from selling agents in the ' _* ''??'?I' city on the value and authenticity of our Homebush .Sales reports. 'Sheep ,-*vV, 4 *'?»-.* - lf and Wool ' are dealt with by expe...

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

EVENING. Golden lhe weather And golden the gorse, Purple the heather And purple perforce The tors arow In the sunset glow. 0 happy river Ami blossoming banks, 1 give the Giver My wondering thanks For Heaven and Earth, So wonder-worth. —Oliver Da vies.

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

I WAXES SUPPLY Ml We have a Good One, HAVE YOU ? It's ft good business — it's ECONOMY — to have a good j pumping engine, whether for watering stock, irrigating, or | for domestic supply purposes. The liider. Ericsson Hot Air Pumping Engines are iP THE BEST. BECAUSE They are tlie Acme of Simplicity. ^ r j They are Safe, Simple, Sure, and will Pump from Any Source to Any Height. ? NO SUBURBAN OR COUNTRY llOVf is complete without one. An Kric-isrm Kii 'ine i-o-ain' nnlv £25 /lb/- is cap.iblt: of providing AMPLE WATKR Supply for .11, HoTliL or LAIiCiK I'i:fv.VL'K HKSIDKN'CE. Write for Krec Catalogue to AUSTRALIAN RIDER-ERICSSON ENGINE 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
AN EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

AN EPITAPII. The following is a copy of the lines written by Mark Twain, and inscrib ed upon the marble tombstone over his wife's grave at Elinira : — 'Warm summer sun, Shine kindly here. Warm southern wind, Blow softly here. Green sod above. Lie light, lie light. Good-night, dear heart, Good-night good-night.'

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

FACTORS ON THE FARM. YOUNG FRUIT TREKS. Mr. J. Osborne, horticultural in structor in Tasmania, s.'.ys._ writing on the summer treatment for young fruit trees: 'Where young trees aw growing vigorously, especially din ing tlie second or third year alter plant - ing, euro should be' taken iu treat ing them. Much help may lie given during the growing season by remov ing surplus growtlis that would have to be removed at the winter priming. The removal of these shoots will very ? materially assist in the development 1 of tho branches that are to become ? the main arms of the tree, ajul will , ;aiio assist in developing tho buds at | the bane of tho main shoots that aro j intended to become fruiting branches; j in fact, if early fruiting is to ink-' place, the tries must be treated as j indicated. (Sy early fruiting it is j not intended to induce tho tree to j bear fruit at tho cost of the growth j that is required to produce a tree | which will continually increase in size, and consequent...

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

THE CAT. Bishop Creighton, tho late Rishop of Loudon, when addressing an au dience of children, told them the fol lowing essay, written by an English child, on 'The Cat.' 'The cat ls a square quadruped ; has Its legs at the four corners. If you want to please the animal you must stroke its back. If it ls very pleased it sets its tail quite stiff, like a ruler, so that your hand can not get any further ? The cat ls said to have nine lives, but in this country it seldom needs them all be cause of Christianity.' MMiis last sentence, the Bishop' told- his little hearers, had a good deal packed away in if. MMie child knows that general kindness and love was the first prin ciple of Christianity.

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

! j Try it on the Baby. The Cow's Baby. ! . . .THE. . . ? j Oar Medicinal NUT.dHNT FODDER is just as much a NECESSITY in your FfiEi) ROOM as salt'is in your —Kitchen.— , And is sold on Positive Guarantee. Guaranteed to jfive yu AHSOLUTB i SATISFACTION, or your money ro« tvrued in full, and the quantity med aa a trial, not, charged lor, and 'freight paid both ways. ? 6® Sussex Street, ' SYDNEY, N S.W. Cheaper thaxa Chaff. Better than Bran. Oatier than Oats. Maizier than Maize. Mr. Thomas II. Uobson, Cartage Contractor, Crows' Neat, fed lii.s Prizu Winners at the last Uerry Show' on Mullen ami won;— 1st Prize a..d Champion Draught Stallion Is1, Prize and CVampion I-nuij,'lit Mure 1st Prize Maiden Mare, nnii 2nd I'rize i year old Killy. (i 'rasa Fed.) Mr. Wil'iani Helms writes; — 'One large 8 Dipper of Chaff and (2) two pounds Molotses I morning and flight, practically doubled my 8 :,-ilk output.' Kays, 'can rtcommend to any N Da'.ryn.an, especially when cows calve early 0 In ipriniii ...

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

WORK FOR OTHERS. Until a man has learned to give and to train himself for giving, to work for otfliers, to plan and spend himself for others, and save nothing for himself, nature exacts pound after pound of flesh until only enough remains to make a fossil. itiuu fiioiiii over a lentil. Tlie god of nature exacts all. Use It, or lose It. All your learning, achieve ment, discovery, your good times, your blessed experience, have not found the reason for their existence until you touch the heart of human ity. Our .hands may lose all we give— our hearts lose nothing.— David Starr Jordan.

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

THLNK OF IT! Would you hunt, tlsh, pxplore, make love, crack a safe, tight a bat tle, loiter at a tea, or sail the main in a palatial yacht or fisherman's dorv * enter the courts of royalty, or eat black bread with the peasants, gentle reader? Is It your whim to explore tho sweatshop# or factories, delve in tho mines under tlie earth, or sail the skies in aeroplanes, plunge back Into history or forward into tlie fu H '' at a dollar awl u half. So writes an American paper discussing tlie modern novel.

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

MOBBED BY FISH. Probablv no mnn living knows more of tho fishing, both sen -and river, obtainable in Morocco than Mr, G. A. Payton. Ho gives a thrilling description of the grand sport afford ed by the tasargelt - a kind of fishing battue. 'When the shoals are feed- ! ing on the surface, and a down or j score of native boats get among tbem j it. i.s the wildest scene possible, tho very oppo»ito uf tlie 'contemplative man s recreation or gisntle cralt, for the brown rowers pull as hard and a.s quick as possible, making ail tho splash they can. to attract the fish, which 001110 dashing madly after tho boat, while the rodmen in the stem literally bail f-.xr them with stout, eight or nine foot stumps or bamboo , rods, nearly tho same length of double brass wire, and huge square bent barhless books, the bait being fir.it a bit of white rag, then tlie re gular agluilin, a five or six-inch strip c.f the glistening blur: ish-white belly skin of the first victim, drawn swift ly through the. f...

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

ADVERSITY MAKES TIIE MAN.' 'I never saw a rich man's soa who was worth a continental as a lawyer. He doesn't have to make friends — his father and his father a money provides them. He doesn't Lave to make clients — his father and his friends provide them. It takes the wolf at the door — and looking in at the window, too — to make u 111:111 make the most ot' his faculties.' — Frank J, Loesch. Two Opinions. — Lawyer Smart: ; 'Good morning, Mr. Gull. What cau I do for you to-day?' 'I want to get your opinion on a matter of law.' 'Yes.' 'My hens got info my neighbour Brown's yard, and he poisoned them.'. What 1 want to know is, c;\u I re- { cover damages?'' ! 'Certainly. It was malicious mis-' chief on his part, besides being a destruction of your property.' 'Thanks. But hold! I stated wrong. It was Brown's lieu got into 1 my yard, aud it was I who adminis- : tered the poison.' ? .. 'Ah, yes I see. That puts a differ ent colour upon the transaction, aud it is clear that he, in the perso...

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

WEED OFT THE SMALL YIELDKRS. Poor cows, very generally, neutra lise; the profit from tlie good ones. To illustrate this fact, note the re sult in a dairy of 45 cows, cream tests of which continued lhe en tire season, tlie cows averaging 3S weeks in milk. Average quarts of milk per cow, 2314; average per cent, of cream. S, taken by the com- j nion cream tubes. Oue cow gave 2 per cent, of cream, one 3, three 4, I one 5, four 0, live 7, seven S, seven ! 'J, live 10, live 11, three 13, two 14, and oue 20. The animal' giving r.lie least percentage of cream was in milk 3S weeks, and gave a total of 1432 quarts; the oue giving the greatest percentage wiis in milk 40 weeks, aud gave 3030 quarts — a dif ference of 100 per cent, in quantity of milk and 1000 per cent, iu rate of cream iu favour of the latter. The cow giving 3 per cent, cream gave 1404 quarts of milk, and the two at 14 per cent, averaged 1014 quarts. Without comparing items of the re port further, enough has been shown to prove...

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 6.) THE MAKING OF A GRADE HERD THE AMERICAN VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

fl The Dairy. j (Continued from THE MAKING OL1 A (JRADE 1 ! HERD. ' / tiik am i;iiica.\ view. The other day we had tho oppor tunity ot' conversing with the super intendent of a large slock farm in Wisconsin. For about twenty years this farm has been owned and opera ted fry a wealthy lumber firm. At ?flhe beginning a start was made iu the raising of grade beef cattle, mainly Herefords. First class bulls were purchased and bred upon na tive cows. Rut those were the last of the registered bulls. For twenty years the only bulls used, have been grades, selections made from their own raising. The old superintendent who has had charge of the farm said it was 'all nonsense to keep paying stiff prices for pure bred sires; all that they needed was to take the best from their own raising.' Now here is a clear object lesson as to the effect i? of such a policy extending over i twenty years. What is the result? The former superintendent lias retired. The present superintend ent is a well trained...

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

BLOAT IN DAIRY CATTLE. Mr. C. D. .Strong, one of the dairy supervisors attached to the Depart ment of Agriculture in Victoria, in the course of a lecture at Mildura on the 'Common ailments of dairy cattle,' made the following observa tions on hoveu or bloat: — This complaint Ms very likely to occur where clovers and other legumes do well. It is analogous to flatulent colic, or wind, in a horse. The food ferments in the first eto mar.n, and the body becomes disten ded with gases. Carbonic acid gas we know as a waste product exhaled from our lungs, which acts as poi son if we retain it. In a horse there ls danger of tho pressure rup turing the intestines, or of tlie poi son being absorbed into the system; and this may also happen to a cow, but cows usually die of suffocation. At Bacchus Marsh it is customary tv- turn the cows on t!ie fresh lucerne for only half an hour at a time; they are then removed to grass. A cow with hoven Will be noticed with her head stuck out and tlie left sid...

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

MANAGING THE DAIRY HERD. Whether the cows be grades or pure bredst, it of .the highest; im- ' porta nee In building up a dairy herd to secure a pure-bred sire of outstanding dairy merit. Unless the sire is descended from good milk- ! ors. it is folly to expect- him to produce good milkers, no matter how line or how ideal lie may be as an lnuiviuuai. Another matter of prime import ance in tho successful management of a dairy herd is the keeping of a record of the milk and butter-fat produced by the individual cows of the herd- The keeping of a daily record of the weight of the milk of each cow is a very simple and in expensive task. All that is necessary is to have a small scale aud a ruled sheet of paper, upon which to record the weights of milk morning and uiglit. The milk from each cow should be tested about once a month during the whole jieriod of lacta tion. A satisfactory way of doing this is to collect what is known as a composite sample, which con sists in securing about Jo ?...

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

IWS' Auctioneer, Land and Commission I Wl ® Agent, Seed and Produce Merchant 8 G0PF'S HHRBOOR, BELLINGEN, DORRIGO, and \ Bank Chambers, «6a MSHKBT STREET. SYDNEY I Hns well-Improved Dairy and Agricultural Farms for salo In all parts of tho I Famous North Coast Districts ; also ' Seccombe's' Famous Hand-shaken Paspalum g Saod In uny quantity. Write hlmat once for Property Catalogue, und enclose g your Paspalum Sued Order. | If You Lite this Paper and are not subscribing to 'Tin: Stock and Station Journal' will you fill in the order form and post I 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 SUBSCRIPTION ORDER FORM The Manager j A VSTRALIAN PROD UCERS ' II OME JO URN A L j Box 1^31, G.P.O. , Sydney. I Please forward me your 'Journal' for ? years from this date, for t chich 1 enclose ? ? ? and send me the book I am entitled to. I Signed ? ? ? S Address ? 1 — ? 1010 ' ? ? ?

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 — 23 August 1910

DAIRY DOTS. You may strain filth out of the milk, but you won't strain tho effect of the filth out of the cream. Keep the. filth from getting In. The good milker is usually a good feeder and a good forager, and will do well and make results on less food than the hungry animal of no ' class. When -a young cow is nervous in the bail' don't talk to her as if you were addressing a meeting of hos tiles. Be calm, and s£ie soou will be. . - If you are not able to purchase a mature bull, ivh|y nc-t 'purchase a pure bred bull-calf aud raise liini yourself? This is a good and cheap way to begin grading up tlie herd. Pure bred dairy hull calves can bo purchased all the way from £2 10s. ntul up. The same ones at matur ity will cost from £25 aud up. The dairy bull is ready for first service at about one year of age. Tiie mail with 20 poor-yielding cows is not half as well off as the other witli live well-bred ones, whose merit is proved at the bucket. The common cow — if slie is not altogether ....

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

Cattle Dogs. 1 1 By ROBT. KAl.fiSKI.-Clmiitci- If. | j VARIKTlES. Tho varieties - -1' cattle-dogs T mil Acquainted witli in Now South Wales lire as under, placed in unliT of merit, a.s I have found fliem to work : — TV merlin or blue heeler, erro neously known ;is tin; Smith liekl. Hie Welsh heeler or merle, er roneously known a.s the Ger man collie The black bob-fail. apparently the drovers Tinmiins' breed. The red hol)-t;iil, apparently tlie the old English cur-dog. Mongrels and crosses, generally the hull or fox terrier or dingo crossed with the collie. The Mack sheep-dog called the 1-arb I have also seen used, but they can only work cattle a.s ,-thoy would i sheep, aud I would not he bothered ' with them myself, as cattle or hor ses require to be worked with a dog that can bite. ; The Merlin or Blue Ileeler. ; This breed was first made, as far as I can ascertain, by a Mr. Ilall or Wall ot' Muswellbrook. about forty years ago. lie imported tl.e blue gray Welsh merle for working c...

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

High-Grade OB Greener W. C. Scott Purdey Boswell — Cashmoro Mollis W. H. Pollard Holloway & Naughton Clabrough & Johnson And all Noted Makers. Shooters in search of a thoroughly reliable | English-made gun, whether new or second- 9 hand will do well to consult us about tho i matter. Wo have the largest and best- j assorted stoek in Sydney for you to select j from, at prices to suit every purse, and we J guarantee complete satisfaction. a REPAIRS EXECUTED. j CHARGES MODERATE. W. G1H, Cunniafeer, GO QUEEN VICTORIA MARKETS, SYDNEY. Write for Catalogue — Posted Free.

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

PRESERVATION OF CORN. (By H. C'. Quodiing, Acting Princi pal, Queensland Agricultural College.) , 1- — Grain kept for any length of time in an hermetically sealed tank loses its vitality, but ig good for feed purposes. 2. — Before putting grain away in tanks or other places, it must bo perfectly dry. 3. — Bisulphide of carbon at ls per lb. and naphthaline at 9d per lb. are two substances used for keeping wee vil and motli from grain; the former is very volatile and inflammable, and should never be used by a per son when smoking or where there is a light. It has this advantage: That it leaves no trace of any odour ?after use and exposure of grain to the air. The odour of 'naphthaline is more difficult to get rid of, after it has had time to permeate grain in a tank. 4. — Bisulphide Ls more adapted for use with grain in closed vessels; while the napthaline is more last ing in its effect if used in heaps of mai/.e cobs or giain of any kind that is not in vessels. 5. — -To use the bisul...

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