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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

The purchase of a piano means the outlay of A very considerable sum of money, and there- > fore purchasers should be cxtremeh cautious when buying. An instrument may look ex ceedingly nice, hut in other respects it may be far from being good or suitable for Queensland. Established in 1853, PA LI KG & CO. have had nearly fifty years* experience with pianos in Australia, and the pianos they sell cau be relied upon IN EVERY RESPECT for the Queens land climate. Require only the minimum tun ing and attention. Furthermore, being by fat the largest buyers of pianos, and paying spot cash for them, Paling & Co. are enabled to AMD DO sell the best value. ^ n Every Hew Piano sold by Paling ft Go. Ltd* contains not only specially tested Metal Frame, but numerous modern improvements for tropical climates. PAL1HG ft CO* arrange terms to Bait customers, from 20/- monthly. It is in consequence of the exceptional satis faction, in all respects, given by the instruments Bold by the...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Poultry Yard Feeding the Fowls for Laying. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

Poultry Yard Feeding the Fowls for Laying. The feeding of fowls so that they may be kept alive and apparently in good health is a simple matter. At least, so it would seem from the way in which many poultry keepers throw down some grain day after day-the same sort of grain, thrown in the same spot a mode of feeding which has the advantage of simplicity, and which does not prevent th& hens laying a certain number of eggs. Bat those who study the matter at all have found that the object, with which the food is given ought to be taken into consideration. Fowls can be fed for increased weight for table pur poses, for exhibition so as to be in the best condition, for egg production, and with other results in view. And in each case the diet should be somewhat different. Therefore to give only grain of one description always, without any change, is not calculated to bring about the most satisfactory results. The price of new laid eggs is now rising, owing to their scarcity in the a...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

, DR. DAVIS writes . "Mr. Ernest Barton has turned oat some excellent Dental Work for my patients and myself, and I oan, vith every confidence, recommend him as a first-class Operative and Mechanical Den tist." A. J. DAYIS, LATE GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER, QUEENSLAND, SANDOW MEDALLIST. ADDBSES : ERNEST BURTON, Dentist, Edward St., Brisbane, OPPOSITE FINNEI, IBLEB & Co.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

"ZZ DMRK KANDY KOOUL Tea ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Suburban Home. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

A Suburban Home. " GRAPHITE." CHANGE from the hot, flagged streets of the city, with the sunlight shimmer ing from stucco wall and verandah roof, to the cool shade of the bush is quickly made in almost any direction from Brisbane, but most rapidly is this change effected by means of the South Ooast Railway Line. Hardly has the train passed Boggo Road Junction when the tree-clad hillsides round Fairfield and Yeronga are reached, and from there, right on to Southport or Beandesert, 50 miles away, bush subvenes, except where one passes through the old-fashioned township of Been leigb, where the train almost patrols the main street. It is due to the ease with which this change is made from the confinement of office to the sylvan-like suburbs, that so many of the business men of Brisbane crowd the suburban trains each evening of the week. Fairfield and Yeronga, 2£ and 8£ miles respectively from town, have a considerable Bhare of the traffic, as at many points much beauty exists to the le...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HORSES. HOW TO MANAGE AND CARE FOR THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

tt n*D QK? G XX va/ Jtl O JjI O i How TO MANAGE AND CABE FOB THEM. No matter what your horse and team may do, never get angry. 8peak sharply and firmly, but hold your temper. To abuse a horse is inexcusable and expensive, and must be paid for in money. It takes bushels of grain to replace strength that is lost by wounds, bruises, or galls, or an inconsiderate master. Feed and water him with regularity, and he will soon expeot it only at such times. Learn the individuality of each horse and you will know better how to manage him. Make ail his loads proportionate to his age and strength, and let tfaem be in position easy to start. Examine his feet often, and see that the frog and hoof are kept free and olean from manure and other substances to cause disease. Remember he is the dumb beast, you the intelligent being ordained to own and control him; but not as a tyrannical master withont feeling or appreciation. Train a colt to know that you are his friend as well as master, and you will...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOME POINTS OF THE DRAUGHT HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

SOME POINTS OF THE DRAUGHT HORBE. The general utility of a horse is not the only standard by whioh it should be judged. Authorities have marked out its various external features, and these points are considered Some of the elements which go to constitua good draught horse are indicated in the acoompanying illustration, whioh has been lettered in order that the man who reads may sae. A.-Forehead-It is e3santial that this feature should be highly develop 3d, and that it should gradually narrow dowaward3 from a broad and well-formed base. B.-Face-Much depends on the formation of this part; an arched or Roman out, with a tendency to slope towards muzzle, is a desirable characteristic. C.-Nostrils-As the?e organ3 play a mo3t important part in the iantte economy of the horso, they should be well firmed. Ltrgenes3 is a material desideratum, while the skin a ho aid be of finetexture, pli in*, an i free from cufcicular blemishes. D. -Muzzle-The animal's sense of touch is mostly concentrated ...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FEEDING HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

FEEDING HORSES. Careful feeders of horses know that in feeding oats, especially the whole grain, much depends upon the nature of the hull or chaff. It is not always the heaviest grain which gives the best results. That which is muoh above the standard weight has often a rough, gritty chaff, which so acts on the stomach as to expel much of the grain in an indigested state. The hull, however, soft its texture, is always laxative, and a moderate degree of laxativeness is beneficial, especially to breeding animals, but there is no gain in passing through the heaviest grain in a nearly whole state. Better use a light grain, which will be more thoroughly digested. It is commonly supposed that the oat which sells for the highest price is the best feed, but it is not always the case.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VEAL CUTLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

VEAL OUTLETS. Beat op an egg as foe omelet, add salt, pepper, one tablespoonful of water, and one of LUCQA oil Lay the cutlets in the mixture, then coat them with fine bread crumbs, with whioh has been mixed a finely minoed onion. Pat into a shallow pan three or four table spoonsful of oil; when hot, put in the outlets, torn as soon as brown. When sufficiently oooked, lay on a hot platter, add a little water to the juice, bring to a boil, and pour over the outlets.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

TB& CAKES* One pint of milk, one half-pint of flour, two eggs (wbite9 and yolks beaten separately), one teaspoonful of butter, and a pinch of salt. Cream the batter, add the yolks of eggs, and the salt, then the milk, then flour. Beat well, and lastly add the whites of the eggs. Drop in well-buttered gem tins that have been heated quite hot. Bake in a quick oven. Serve hot.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hints for Corpulent Women. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

Hints for Corpulent Women. The prejudice against stoutness exists most strongly in the minds of the stoat people them selves. In her dress the fat woman mast exercise the greatest oare. She mast dress discreetly, and wear a proper fitting corset which, of coarse, can only be obtained from measurement. The extreme of fashion mast be avoided; bright colors, plaids, and, in fact, anything pronounced either in color or in style, mast be avoided. Stripes, black, and some shades of grey are generally becoming to fat women. Fancy neck dressing and fassy belts shoald be fled from like the plagae. She mast take greater oare of her health than her slender sister ; she mast be immaculately groomed; rough hair in a dainty little oreatare may be attractive, bat a stoat woman is not apt to sacceed with any coquettish sort of hairdressing. Bathing helps in reducing flesh. A hot bath, followed by a brisk cold plunge and vigorous rubbing, is a good tonic for fat people, and will keep down, if it doe...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

Works: ildlrshdl, Queensland. & Registered Head Office: Dafthwood House, New Broad St., London. m B ALDEB8HOT SMELTING WORKS, Six Miles from Maryborough on the Maryborough-Bundaberg Bail way Line. tJNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT AND TARIFF. QUEENSLAND SMELTING COMPANY LTD. BUYERS AND SMELTERS OF Gold, Silver, Lead, Copper, Cyanide Slag's, PRODUCERS OF THE Q.S. COY. BRAND OF SOFT LEAD. J Sampling and Purchasing Depots and Agencies at Melbourne, Zeehan (Tasmania), and Broken Hill (New South Wales), under Competent Assayers. For Tirifis and Fall Particulars apply to the Works and all igenoies. Mklboubne BBANOH: 52 MABKBT STBEET. OBO. V. S. DUNN (Manager for Australasia), ALDKRSHOT (Q). Cash on Agreement of Assay. , ..V»« , .... p I > f - hs ;-i Highest Prices Paid for Auriferous Concentrates and Pyrites RETORT ROOMS, ALDJSR8H0T SMELTING WORKS. Printed at THE CITY PRINTING WORKS, 111 Queen Street, Brisbane.

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MOTHERLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

MOTHERLESS. ITv PKIN I'INI. Wt.KKs, ill Oueen Street, Brisbane.

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Prepare for the Winter. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

Prepare for the Winter. The continued absence of rain is having a very depressing effect upon farmers and busi ness people generally. Orops of any kind and maize in particular- are few and far between, while all attempts up to the present of trying to provide for a supply of water and feed have been so much waste of labor and seed. There are thousands of aores tilled and awaiting a down pour to plant, and should the rain fall within the next week or so all will be well. If no rain oomes the outlook will be serious indeed, as grass and water, even in the favored swamp lands, are becoming very scarce. Many dairy men who are now hand-feeding their cows will be obliged to cease milking when the present supplies of fodder run out, or else procure feed from places which have been more favored in the matter of rain. To guard against such contingencies in future, provision will have to be made for storage of feed in times of plenty. Every former and dairyman must follow the example of those...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Medical Man. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

The Medical Man. (BY EDWIN B, FERGUSON.) R>O fT was raoe week at Newcastle. Drags, traps, carts, coaches-and-four and auto mobiles came streaming home down the great North Boad. The side-paths were thronged with walkers. The rolling of wheels, clatter of horses, shouts of drivers, the laughter and talk, and the occasional blast of a horn made the sedate, walled in mansions rever berate. The scene was as gay as an English holiday crowd knows how to make it. Here and there, a few professionals, not having gone out for fun, were sobered by the mamory of lost stakes ; but most of the company had gone for fun and found it. They were tired, but hilarious. It had been Newcastle Gup day -the day of which all the city-dwellers made it a point to go. The sedate mansions are on one side of the great North Boad; upon the other stretches the town moor, away, away, misty and green, to where the cows and sheep break the horizon. In race-week, the races are not the only event in Newcastle; there...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Points for Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

Points for Farmers. The dairy oow must have the faculty of taming food into milk. Those people who consider milking irksome will never make good dairymen. With all your stock warm sweet milk will give better results in feeding than cold or soar milk. Souring the milk changes the foar pounds of sagar in it to lactic aoid and decreases the feeding value. It is c'aimed that the cream of two skimmiags mixe 1 will not yeild the butter a9 well as one. JOHN ADAMS'S DAIRY, KING'S SOBUB, UPPBB NTH. PINE, 50 gallon " Prinoesa " Separator worked by Miss Emma Juff. In making batter we want just a little water in the mils and jast as much batter Ait as possible. It is not always the man with the biggest herd of OOWB who clears the most money from the dairy. Gilt-edged batter is more to be desired on the average consumer's plate than any delicacy of the season. Are you an average dairyman ? If so, try and get above the average. It is the average that is not profitable. The milker should be clean,...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

FRED. ALDERSON & CO., Sole Agents for Erkenbrach Cattle a For Eradicating Ticks. THIS DIP IS NOT BY ANY MEANS IN ITS EXPERIMENTAL STAGE, HAVING BEEN PROVED during a process of trials, spread over some years, to be THOROUGHLY EFFICACIOUS in the eradication of ticks, and in every way a boon to the owners of cattle in country that is tick-infested. In substantiation of our claim that this Dip is thorough in its results, harmless to other than the parasites against which it is directed, and a Specific which no cattle owner should be without where ticks -abound or are likely at any time to appear, we append herewith a copy of report received from Mr, E. T. Hancock, which should serve to commend our Dip to all concerned in its use. It is a Perfect Tickicide. It is a Perfect Tickicide. REPORT ON SKIN POISON. SiR, I have the honour to report that Messrs. Fred. Alderson & Co. sent me a quantity of Erkenbrach Chemical Co.'s " Skin Poison" for the purpose of experimenting with ...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Field, Orchard & Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

Field, Orchard & Garden. BY J AS. MITCHELL, Bowen Park. FLOWER GARDEN.-Cleanliness is es sential this month. Eeep walks, lawns, and odd corners as clean and tidy as possible, as Howers become scarce at this season, and everything being trim and neat will take away that dnlness that some gardens present when there is a scarcity of flowers. Where roses are making strong growths, clean oat all old sickly branches and tie up the yoaog, healthy growths. Cleaning and keeping in shape is all the pruning tea roses require. Put in cuttings of roses, and all sorts of hard wooded plants; transplant flowering shrubs, ornamental trees, roses, bulbs, and also hedge plants, such as Flaoourtia, Duranta, Kai-apple. 8took the flower beds well with spring flower ing annuals from the seed beds. If your seed sowing turned out a failure, try another sow ing at once, as it will soon be too late for this season. Lift the store dahlia bulbs as soon 48 possible after the tops die off. BUSH-HOUSd.-Eee...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

0IYB YOUR 1-) r p> NTT'V f~\ CP Q A T T1 11 13 TnB BIQHT PHKIC FOE SHEEP. STOCK I J l J-i -LN JL X V/ F OrV J I JL PBEVENTS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL PARABITEB. PTFIffTV nc QITT And you will have HO POOK STDNTKD, HIDEBOUND, rLllan il vC Oftu JL BLOODLUS, BIO HC4DID, POT BBU.IKD BHKKP. "EMU" BRAND CRUDE SALT Is Specially Prepared for Sheep. .*. Place it in Boxes about the Runs. .Sail Is frequently given In rooky lamps left lying about ihe paddocks lor sheep to lick. This is a very tedious prccees; It causes waste of saliva, which Is food neeeBsary to digestion, ana ihe time lost In trying to gel sufficient Bait is required by the sick sheep for rating, ruminating, and resting; therefore, given in this form, it often fails in arresting the development of worms. IT IS CHEAP .A.JSTJD Oh OOD. HENRY BERRY & CO., Salt Merchants, RSiR.8T" ALSO AT : MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, ADELAIDE, PREMANTLF, and CfiBISTCIlURCH, N.Z.

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THE NORTH QUEENSLAND ABORIGINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 May 1902

THE NORTH QUEENSLAND ABORIGINALS. fa? HE following article upon the 44 Aboriginal Natives, Their ^||fr State and Treatment," chiefly dealing with those from Mackay, lat. 220 northward, was contributed by Dr. W. E. Roth, the Northern Protector of Aboriginals, to the pages of the Queensland Official Year Book just issued, and though compiled at short notice, demonstrates fully the high values of the work carried on by this officer: " The whole object of the Queensland Aboriginals' Protection Act of 1897, and the Amending Bill of 1901, is to promote the welfare and ameliorate the condition of the blacks, to end hitherto-existing abuses, and to prevent their recurrence in the future. First and foremost, let the public be once and for all assured that the regime of the native police is now a thing of the past. One of the first acts which followed the appointment of the Present Commissioner of Police, some six years ago, was the issue of distinct orders, which have been implicitly obeyed,...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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