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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

Our LIQUID MOLASSES forms at once the best and most nutritious food for Hni-Qoc n ^ , ''' Pigs and Poultry if simply mixed with Hay, Straw, Chaff. Husks, ]Jr!m l»olhr? wSc-u n^' R??**' ShQ^' UmbS' The outlay is trifling compared with results bein- obtained daily by all chsses of ,'„ ,', '!''* °'' d:iIIU^ed foods Scott's Medicinal Molasses for the Human Family Write for instVu cfivc namnhkn a, ' ;°'! n ''^ W° a'S° ''PP1* .^^. ' ' ' bo sent post free by: ? 2J6^ Molasses Fodder Co S.a-w5on Pi^ce Haymarnet^ ? _ ? _ ? „_ ? _ ? — ? ?»_^47-249 S&SSex St., ^ydiae^.

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 — 25 October 1910

DAIRY DOTS. It is unusual for a cow which cdr Ties a lot of flesh to give a lot of milk. It is impossible to make a good cheese from an indifferent quality of milk. Producers who have used it spoak highly of tho value of sugar-beet aa a cow fodder. If your heifers come from an early maturing broed you may breed from them early. A good ewe 'educated' as a milker will yield as miu-E as six quarks ;i day of milk richer than goats'. Where it is practicable tho milking h should be done under cover and undor jf conditions of cleanliness. I Breed is not tho result of food ? and1 I good blood, with tlie power of trans- I mitting it, is not to bo measured by I fat. I Tho tick is hard to kill. A sampls 6 of tho pest sent in ;l pill-box to ling- I land1 was found in good condition on 1 arrival. ' I Forty years ago fwt-and-moutli dis- I ^\^SLnr-°at HlIt;li' ;''d Ireland I i-U,UUO,000 in monev and 3 UUO 000 I head of cattle . ' g In view of the scarcity of beef in 1 America thero is an outcry ag...

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 — 25 October 1910

Wffi*1E»/ri/ir5/r&1EMri£!Jt Auctioneer, Land and Commission o u)Ju^^vy'J/ !!$]£» Agent, Seed and Produce Merchant CQFF'S HHRB0UR. BBLL1NGEN. OORR1GP, nnd Sank Chambers. Qba MHRKBT STREET, SYDNEY Has well-Improved Dairy ami Aurii-ulturnl Kimn.x for sale In nil parts of the l^BliioiLS North Coast Dlstrli-ts ; also ' Seccombe's1' Famous llunil-stiaken I'aspalum Seed lu auy ummtlty. Write lilni at om-o for Property CaUiloBue, iind fiiclouo your l'li.spaliun Sivil Order. 193 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY All Molasses sold are guaranteed to contain 6£- p.c. Sugar FARMKRS, DAIRYMEN', SQUAT I'KRS, SHOW KXH11UTORS and PASTOKALISTS cannot do better than write to us for Quotations— in large or-small quantities. Delivered F.O.B. or F.O.R. Sydney within twenty-four hours of order. NOTE OUR ADDRESS, as we have no connection with any other firm. References from any of the leading firms of Sussex St.

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 — 25 October 1910

^MF JSk IT* W* 1£& -SS31¥YTI:&'1PY ^SJ^ tiffin We have a Good One, HAVE YOU ? « JEfe, It's .a good business — it's ECONOMY — to have a good flJflffiMr pumping engine, whether for watering Btock, irrigating, or .C3»cJCg fur domestic supply purposes. \ I gg J?liil§? The Ruler. Iiricssoii Hot Air Pumping Engines are ' ', SJlp fp8^§| BECAUSE They are the Acme of Simplicity. f%. j J|§ If??!! They are Safe, Simple, Sure, and will Pump from Any '|i|iil5iSi§^§|S|- NO SUBURBAN OR COUNTRY HOW. ii complete without one. An Rri^o.-i Kn^iiie .-o^liii' onlv £25/16/- Hcapil,k-of prov idinir AMPLE WATER Supply for *n ll'irni. or I.AIWK i'KlVATK KK-SIDKNCK. Write for Krec Catalans to AUSTRALIAN RIDER-ERICSSOH 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
DAIRYING IN CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

, DAIRYING IN CANTERBURY. ? The success that is following dairy Ing in other parts of the Dominion, and the rapid increase in the value of land where factories are establish- | ed, has been the means of directing j the attention of farmers of Canter bury to give .much more serious con sideration to dairying than it has received iu the past. There are, hovever (writes the New Zealand 'Stock ana station juuhhu ;, uiut-i reasons why dairying is being more generally followed, and this is that the prices for grain have been so unsatisfactory during recent years that fanners are tired of tillage, and are going to try dairying. The first point that seems to strike a North Islander coining to Canterbury is the closeness of the straw stacks thid flue distance between the cows. One can travel by train from Cluistehurcu j to Tiniaru, and the number of cows Been in the 100-mile journey would ' I only make a decent-sized Tarauaki f herd, but in the same journey the $ whole of the North Island co...

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). HOW DAIRYING EFFECTS FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

The Dairy. Continued from pa(.re 6). HOW DAIRYIXO EFFKCTS FERTILITY. Where liUttermaking has boon car ried on in the United States for a number of years, the farms have Pteadily Improved in production. Where cheesem.'iking and milk ship ping has hwm the rule, farms have | steadily declined iu producing power, j The reason Is not far to seel;. A ton of butter contains only ulxmt fifty cents' worth of fertility, and that only in what casein is left iu the butter, whereas a ton of cheese contains about thirtv dollars' worth of fertility- Consider what must be fihe final effect on the fertility of a farm where the milk is constantly sold off. If the owner of the farm has realised what he was about, and purchased fertilisers to make u\i for this drain, the farm will not sufftr. But not one farmer in a hundred will do this until it is too late. The inilk of every cow that gives 4000 pounds a year contains about six dol lars' worth of fertility. If fed to calves and pigs after the butterfa...

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 — 25 October 1910

Bargain Parcel off Boolis {'fcur wonderful BARGAIN PARCEL of book« (notion), conUininp 54 volumes by the Wit *-* known Authors, we are offering for 20/- The parcel contains books aa lollowo; 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 Fop 2O/-. Value JS5 2 6 The most wonderfnl offer of cheap rending ever mode. COLE'S BOOHARCADE, 346 George 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 — 25 October 1910

HUSICM. EDUCATION FREE.' PIANO PLAYING TAUGHT In a few days. NEW SIMPLE SYSTEM. \ Generous Free Offer. »»«gl4ajfaaj A World re. ^i;''*~i'ii'fr ' /' Mm V Mp5i' nownod niu- ' K^jyS «£y; ? ^llsi JIB otrumontal- ', £& UW^O^§lii^iM toUJgoneetoj rfSS^^^*oSrt&?vVfi!i ill PO^Iroant -n loving homo in Amtr&lailt where there ua young peoplsor thoao of negleoted tnuiio&lcduoation, and want demonstrators to aitiot u«. We will distribute 600 Syoteiuo free of charge to the flrot ap plicants from each district (divided propor tionately between the varioui Statea and N.Z.) who after teaching themstlveii agree to demonttrats ita value among their friends. No Canvasaiug No oossary. , If you have a Piano. Organ or Harmonium or intend Bettineone or would Hko to learn to play in e, fow doya to hundreds of conga ana plecM, wrlto at once and bo the first In vout district. Jand no money. Hnotflratlndiatriofc will forward full particulars free. Enolo«a solfaddrtsaed envelop* a...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORLD OF WOMEN. THE GOOD WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

THE WORLD OF WOMEN. I TIIE GOOD WOMAN. (By Jean Blenrmett,) Her eyes are the windows of n pouI Where only the white thouEhts spring. And they k-ok. as the eyes of the | angels look, j For the good in everything. Her lips can -whisper the tenderest words Thnt weary and worn can bear. Can tell of the dawn of a better morn. Till only the cowards fear. Her hands can lift up the fallen one j Krom an overthrow complete: I Cau take a soul from the mire of Bin And lend it to Chrtsf8 dear feet. | And she can walk wherever she will.— Klie walketh never alone. The work she does Is the Master's work. And God guards well His own. '

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 — 25 October 1910

Ss undoubtedly the Leather of To-day, It wears better than any otter covering, and costs less ; it will neither burn, crack, or peel off, and is easily cleaned. All Up-to-date Furniture Stores sell ' PANTASOTE ' Covered Furniture. Beware of Frauds and Imitations. 537 KENT STREET, SYDNEY. Solo Agents forN.S.W.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRET OF TELLING THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

SROIIKT OF TELLING THE AGK. The age of a fowl can generally be judged by its spurs. Some cock erels show more spur than do some cock birds. A pullet will show rose colored veins on the surface of the skin, under the wings, and long silky hairs will be found growing there. These hairs and veins disappear after the pullet is a year old. and the skin becomes white and veinless. The skin, too, in a young dim is suppie, and the scales thin and brilliant. The skin gots coarser and stronger, and the scales harder, as the. bird grows, and the nail of the last toe, which does most of the work when the bird scratches, gets much worn. Also, the eyelids acquire wrinkles as the bird gets older, and there is a slightly ttirivelled look on the face. This becomes more and more pro nounced with age. To some extent the texture of the legs is a guide, as also is the delicacy and freshness of the skin of the face and comb, yet an occasional hen will j preserve her youthful appearance to | a remarkable ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

? POULTRY POfNTERS. Confine all the broody hena_as soon', as you discover their condition. Use all the small and dirty eggs at home ; do not send these in to the market. Keep tho eggs aa oool and dry as possible on the way to tho depot or to the market. Do not set eggs from affected hens; they will give you affected chickens as a general rule. On every farm in th© State there should bo at least 10U fowls of some recoga.sed utility breed. Good housing, regular feeding, and clean water lwive more than you thijjk~to do with the egg-production. One thing about a goose is notice able — when she becomes broody she will set ; nothing will prevent her. A good Orpington hen can nian *ge four goose eggs easily, and there is no better way of getting goslings. If you find two eggs in a nest which has been missed, pass them in for home use ; Letter bo on tho safe aide. If you have a good laying strain, kept in co^nifortabl-o surroundings and fed properly there U money in the birds. When getting ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARMYARD. FITFUL FEVER—BLASTED HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

*++**4 THE FARMYARD. ^-s-o-£-4-«-: FITFUL FKVKR — BLASTED HOPES. (By J. W. Foley.) Times uncounted, without number, I have seen the luf«h cucumber ? Paiutcd green and fat and splendid on tin* box that holds tho seeds That the corner grocer sell3 me and upon lii.s lionor tells me That a few assorted packets will supply my utmost needs. I have soeu the nnl tomato and the fluff and fat potato Done in most alluring colors and mouth-watering array. And I follow each direction when I iilrinr mv radish section. But I uever raise such green stuff though I nurse it day by day! All the luscious melons growing in the pictures I am sowing, For. the sight of them is tempting and the size of them is vast, And I empty out the packet as I plant the seeds and tack it On a stick so I may verify the stuff I planted last. But, alas! Some blight will wither them and I will wander hither In the height of melon season, as I've often done before; I will find some yellow, shrunken, puny specimens of pumpkin...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUILDING UP A STRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

BUILDING UP A STRAIN. fBv E.'\Vuldron, Willoughby.) A good deal of misconception exists as to what constitutes a 'strain.' People who have had a brood for a couple of years will ad vertise it as their strain. To. build up ,i strain, however, it is neces sary to adhere to one Hue of blood for several years, and by careful selection and mating so fix desired characteristics ami jjumu» m -^~ birds that they can be relied upon with reasonable certainty to repro duce them in their progeny. tt Is only by line breeding that a strain -mu be established. This is some times confused with in-brooding, but is very different. It entails a cer tain amount of in-breeding, but on a definite system, never Indiscrimin ate, and never so close as the pair ing of brother and sister. Une I breeding is really pedigree breeding I Starting with a cock and hen mire s' lated or_ distantly so, the first year we get stock with half I he blood of each parent. Next year, pullets from those birds are mated back to...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
I WILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

I WILT.. . I will start anew this morning with a higher fairer creed ; 1 will cease to stand complaining of my ruthless neighbour's greed ; I will cease to sit repining, while my duty's call is clear: 1 will waste no moment whining, and my heart shall know no fear. I will look sometimes about me for the thinsrs thnt Tiiprir urnisp I will searrii for hidden beaut4es that elude the grumbler's gaze; 1 will try to find contentment in the paths that I must tread ; I will cease to have resentment when another moves ahead, I will not he swayed by envy when my rival's strength is 'shown, I wiir not deny his merit, but I'll strive to- prove my own; I will try to see the beauty spread before me, rain or shine; I will cease to preach your doty and be more concerned witii mine.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN IDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

AN IDEAL. (By Myrtle Reod.) Five golden years, Heart of Mine, have we walked tLe way of life to gether, and there is not an honr I would have changed ; there is no moment when I would have you other than yon have been. It is the fash ion these days, I know, to say that love ends at the altar, but it is not, so. You and I have found the old dream of the world divinely true. It is neither a poeTs fancy nor a trick of the imagination, but a thing oi iaueiet-s ana unending oeauiy. I wonder, after all, if we havo had what the world c:\lls a home— if it has not been rather a regained and glorified Eden? At the begin ning it seemed impossible for you to be even a little dearer than you were, but each day has bound us closer to gether, and now I realise, perhaps for the first time, that we are truly one. The most precious tf.iings In the world are those which cannot be bought — the tender touch of a little child's fingers, the light in a woman's eyes, and the love in a woman's heart. The kn...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHODS OF VENTILATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

MPrrHODS OF VENTILATION. VentEtition may be natural or artificial. Natural veJvUation is dependent on either the law of diff usion of gases or on the movements in the air caused by difference of temperature. Neither n of these, means is sufficiently rapid and cer ta'in to be efficacious ; they both require artilicial assistance. By vir tue of the luw of diffusion, the g:ises spread themselves through all th© available space, instead of ac cumulating in one place. Pure Air is always found near tbe «w'i ui a iTuwucu njum. me vi tiated air in lighter, and, displaced by the oold air, it rises towards the ceiling. This movement of the air creates a current, and necessitates the regulation of the entrance of pure a.ir into a room so that the in mates Mall be saved the discomfort and risk of draughts. ^ Doors, Chimneys, Windows, and Ventilators, are the avenues by which pure air enters, and ioul air leaves the room. These should ho so ar ranged that no one neo-l !-« eeated in a draught ; a...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTEMPER IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

DISTEMPER IN HORSES. Distemper, or strangles, is a dis ease principally affecting young hor ses. It is due to a germ belonging to tl'ne streptococcic group. The dis ease is accompanied by high fever, catarrhal inflammation of the mu cous membranes, especially of the nasal passages, and as a result of this condition a discharge from the nose. There is a swelling of the lymph glands under the jaw, which later results in abscess formation. A horse with distemper can com municate it to a healthy one. The germs are found in tlie dis charge from the nostrils and in the pus from the abscess which forms under the jaw and later breaks. The majority of cases of distemper occur before the age of live years. The constitutional disturbances caused by the shedding of the teeth, and cutting same, as well a« impure air in poorly ventilnfpd stnbleH, over worked and l.-oorly fed animals, are factors that weaken the resistance and make infection possible to pro duct? tlio disease. The disease, is more...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HANDLING OF EGGS. (H. V. Hawkins, Poultry Expert.) (Victorian Journal of Agriculture.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

THE HANDLING OF EGGS. (II. V. Hawkins, Poultry Expert.) (Victorian Journal of Agriculture.) The summer is fast approaching and unless proper steps are taken, inferior eggs will be coining into the city from all parts of the State. As the breeding season is past, the stud bird should now be kept by himself so that the eggs will be ster ile — they keep fresher, will pickle better, and will turn out well after being in cool storage. The surplus cockerels should be fattened and dis posed of without delay. The layers should have every care and attention, and the bc.Jt food available, including at least one-third of greenstuff. Fresh water should bo given daily and kept in Hie shade. Present methods of preserving egis are far from satisfactory. For any purpose, a pickled egg Is a poor sub stitute for a fresh egg, and, at. this prices which pickled eggs command, is a dear article of food. Neither have cool storage eggs been as satis factory as one would wish. The experiments which have bee...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION. VANITY FAIR. Represents the third generation of a brilliant line of sires, bred by Mr. Burdett Coutts. Vanity Fair has secured one First and Reserve Champion, Sydney, and iive Firsts at Hawkosbury. The owner is Cap tain Philip Chaj-ley, Uelmont Park Stud, Richmond, N.S.W.

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