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POULTRY POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

POULTRY POINTERS. Keep the yards clean at this timo of the year, and see there is plenty of fresh and clean scratching litter for tihe birds. Do not have any use at nil for \h» scrubby, runty rooster. The chick carries n lot of tbo blood of tho parent bird. Don't be always looking for sick ness in the hens ; when it is there tbo layer will find a way of lotting you know of it. Do not keep straw in tlio nest aitcr it begins to broak up. Take it out and burn it right awuy to got rid of tho vermin.

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

THE ORIGIN OF THE THOROUGHBRED. When heavily armoured knights were supplanted by a lighter cavalry gunpowder having been introduced^ the horses in England were not fit for the new work demanded of them. They were heavy animals of mongrel stock and seemingly a poor founda tion on which to make auv inrorove inent Henry VIII. issued a sweep Ing decree that all mares and stal lions in the royal forests not up io a certain standard should be kil led. Subsequent to his reign there were intelligent efforts to improve the breo-i. .I.-uu^s I. buying aa Arabian ri t:i ': '. !? -:i. Markham'd Arabian This seems :o have been a very un satisfactory specimen. and was greatly disliked by the Master of Horse, the Duke of Newcastle. His impression on the English horse was probably neither great nor beneficial, but there were other introductions of Eastern blood during the time of Charles II.. and the efforts to breed better horsed were persistent and intelligent. By the time of Wil liam III. the bes...

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

CLOVER FOR BROOD' MARES. There, is a widespread belief in parts of England that much clover is prejudicial to conception, and on this point a stud breeder writes to the 'Live Stock Journal' as follows: 'I keep a stallion and several brood mares, but, though we have no diffi culty in getting outsiders' mnros-to hold, we have been very unlucky with, our own. nearly all of them break ing, and so presumably remaining barren. The mares have all been out at grass and have nothing but what they get grazing. Also, we have been very careful to keep the mares well away from the geldings. The one thing, pertiaps, in which my pasture differs from my neighbours is that I use a good deal of basio slag, and consequently my grass has a large proportion of clover'. Now I had never heard that, clover was prejudicial to mares holding until I came on a statement to that effect !n Baron von Oetigen's book on horse breeding, and I seen* to have read 0 and inquired a good deal on this point of failure to ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Factors of the Farm Continued from page 9. UNCLE HENRY ON THE PASSING OF THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

I Factors of the Farm S Continued from pace 0. UNCLE HENRY ON THE TASSING OF THE HORSE. Every little while they tell us that : the horse has got to go; j First the trolley was invented Vims.' ; the horses went so slow, | And they told us that we'd better not j keep raisiu' colts 110 more. ! Wheu the street ears go to niothig ! that the horses pulled before. ; I thought it Wiis all over for old ; Pan and I-oll and Kit, I spowfl i no norse was uj» anu tnuiu for. But he aiu't went yit! When the bike craze first jr»t started, ] people told us right away. j As you vrobably remember, that the horse had saw his day ; People put away their buggies, and went kit.in' 'round on wheels: There were lots and lots of horses didu't, even earn their meals. 1 used to stand and watch 'em with their bloomers as they'd flit. And I thought Lhe horse was goin', But he ain't went yit ! Then they got Lhe horseless carriage, and they said the horse was doue, And the story's been repeated twenty times by Edis...

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

THE SUFFOLK STALLION FOR CROSS BREEDING. A correspondent of the '-Nor' West Farmer,' Canada, writes concerning the Suffolk stallion: — 'I do not think there is a better heavy horse than the Suffolk in the world for crossing on .-ill tyues of mares. To--lav we Jiud the leading breeders in England and Ireland crossing their pure-ired Shires, Clydes, Hackneys, and tuoroughbred mares with Suffolk stallions. The same Suffolk stallions have travelled the same districts in Ireland for sixteen years, and others over ten years. This illustrates that the cross is all right, as otherwise I doubt very much whether a stal lion could travel one season, let alone sixteen, in a country like Ireland, which is noted for its horsemen. The Irish breeders say : 'The usr; of the Suffolk horse with the small light mures of the south of Ireland has been found to Impart strength and substance to their progeny, without, impairing thoir powers of endiminee ji'itil tough constitutions. The results of this cros...

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

In MAME and in FACT ^MSz^'' 1^W^~ A GREAT FEATURE THE WHEELS, at once the most important and tha Best feature in our make. Steel Spokes hydraulically forced into countersinks in tyre, therefore cannot work loose. TYRES never need cutting. RENEWABLE WEARING PARTS to Wheels and Axles make them everlasting. Oiling is done without removal of wheels. LOW-BUILT. LIGHT nUNNIMG. FERHY DURABLE MAIN FRAME and TOP of Spring Steel and Hard wood, powerful and splendidly braced, LOTS OF GOOD POINTS. BETTER SEii FOi G1TSLO0IE (MENTION THIS ADVERTISEMENT.) .—^fa--— * ........... .„., ? ?ffyr'v. Vtff&Wfty -,*?$,., ?

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

^\l MADE 25/- A Day ^Tg7 Selllntf this 10-pleee Harnesr Kit J*3 This Is tho Statement of onsoriiar S H6EKTS -* *^_&*- ' '' ^M- '??? ?'?~ -™*^pi Hustlers

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

I ^:*^^*°teafa--a-g°='-~ '^v.;.,..^, , * ? ? ^ ,„'„ Jp- I I HpHlS case contains all the appliances neoesaary to dress wounds or relieve | \ paiti thorofrom. In the event of accident, wlieu a physician is not at li 'I hand, directions aa to how to act and how to use tho contents will bo {pund J I iu the instructions printed on tho sides *nd ends of the case and insido of '; { cover. Tho articles are containod iu a handsomely-decorated hingud-lid _ I metal bos. _ ? j DETAILS OF CONTENTS: \\ One rubber bandage, -J5 antis.-plio tablets, loz. absorbent cotton, i 1 oa. styptic coltoii, 1 doz, antiscjiuc compresses, I ox. absorbent £ lint, 1 oz. boraU-d vassliiix. 1 spool adhesive plaster, 1 box !| - isinglass, } do/., cotton roller bandages (1 inch), i doz. ditto £ ('J inch), J do/.. (3 inch), loz. liquid ammonia, 1 oz. bi-carb. soda, jj 1 package of piiu, i doz. safety pins, 1 pair scissors. 2 Rkady kok tiik SuuiiJKo.N : I card silli ligature, 1 bottle i ''. catgut ligature, 3 surgeons' ...

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

MOTHER GOOSfi ON THE COST OF LIVING. Jack Sprat could eat no fat, His wife no lean could eat And so they lived on veg'tables, Which, cost as much as meat. Little Bo. Peep, she sold her sheep And bought, her some diamond A house and lot and a great big yacht. And other beautiful things. The King was in his counting-house Counting out his money. The Queen was in the parlour Eating bread and honey; And just because the King, sir. Had to buy that broad and ?honey, It kept him busy all the time A-counting out his money. HI diddle diddle. The cut played the fiddle. The cow jumped over the. moon; And now you know why That beef is so high. So let's hope she'll come dowsi pretty soon.

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

AXNIE'S PROOF. (By G-ertrude McKeiizie.) The teacher told her little class : 'The earth is like a sphere, And China's on the other side, — It lies below us here; If you could dig a deep, deep hole, In^Cluna you'd come out.' The children thought the teacher knew, About the Chinese part, and so She thought she'd dig clear through In her back yard, and try to lind If teacher's words were true, ner shovel soon struck something hard, — A cup their careless nialcl Had broken, and bad buried deep; So little Annie said: 'I know my teacher tells the truth, For just see what I've found: A piece of china, — so it ia Below us in the ground.'

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

INTERNAL HARMONY. Assured of worthiness wo do not dread Competitors, we rather give them rail And greeting In the lists where we may fail. Must if we bear nn aim beyond the neaa. My betters are my masters purely fed By their sustalument, I likewise shall scale Some rocky steps between tfhe mount and vale. Meanwhile the mark I have and I will wed So that I draw the breath of finer aLr, Station is naught, nor footways laurel-strewn, Nor rivals tightly uelted for the race. . Good .speed to them ! My place is here or there, My nride is that among them I have place: And thus I keep this Instrument In tune. George Meredith.. 'The Illustrated Australian Medical Gnido' does not contain Latin, Ciroek, ;md other embarassing phrasos so characteristic of other (now ob so'.uto) medical works, i

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PIPES O' GORDON'S MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

THE PIPES O' GORDON'S MEN. Home comes a lad with the bonnie. '? hair, And the kilted plaid that the Mil- ? clans wear ; And yon hear the Mother say, 'Whear ha' ye bin, my Laddie, whear ha' ye bin th' day?' 'Oh! I ha' bin wi' Gordon's men; Dinna ye hear th-; bagpipes play? And I followed the soldiers across the green, And doon th' ro:id ta Aberdeen. And when I'm a man, my Mother. And t!T -/rr.' -I;... -^ pa rail -\ I'll be marchin' iliere, wl* my father .% pipws, And I'll ive.-r tY red cockade.' Beneath th.? So::. bin's sky ye ken the smoke, A3 the clans reply when the tribes men spoke. Then the chare* roars by! The death-sweat clings to tho kilted form that the stretcher brings. And the iron-nerved surgeons say, '?Whear ha' ye bin, my Laddie, whear ha1 ye bin' th' day?' 'Oh. I ha' bin wi' Gordon's men; Dinna ye hear the bagpipes play? And I piped the clans from the river barge Across the sand.s — and through the charge. And I — skirled the — pibroch — kwn — and high, But the pipes —...

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

A WONDERFUL OFFER £7 1Os. for 10s. The most remarkable honk that Australia has produced. AUSTRALASIA ILLUSTRATED The story of the discovery, Hcltlernont ami progress of Au.stralii). from KKlG to the present time. Superbly illustrated with nearly 1, 000 fine art engravings on steel and wood from original drawingo by tlio most famous American, English and Australian artistH. This magnificent work is published in 60 parts at 2/8 por part or £7 10s. the net. We now offer to you the completo work nn originally published for TEN SHILLINGS* ? A limited number only will lx; .sold at this ridiculous price. You must order early to secure the bargain. Weight of lot 2(511)8. 346 GEORQE STREET, S'STEBMKY.

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

A DAY WELL SPENT. If wi; sit down at set of sun, And fount the things that we have . iloue. And counting, find one self-denying iu:t, One won! that c-'sed the heart of mm wiiu neaiu, One glance most kind, thnt fell like suumiine where it went. Then we may count that -luy well , spout.— Etta Wheeler Wilt-ox. Make yourself an honest man. and then you will be sure that there la one rascal less in the world. — Carlyle. ,

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE LEISURE HOUR A WELSH MILKING-SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 25 October 1910

HI FOR THE LEISURE HOUR fi A WELSH MILKING-SONG. The winter through I loved lior true, Bu(! tarried; Till, when the blossom laughed upon the boughs, In shsidow cool Her milking stool I carried, While Gwen went calling, calling home the cows. Then as they ran Around her cjiu In riot, v .i.-va,~i.**»1 ilium lift/Nch.VI 41mm nil fn to the shed — Witli buck rniil bellow, black and yellow, dun and sallow, white and red — On litter good To chew the cud In quiet, Then to the milking each in turn to be led. Her touch of silk Had eased of milk Knch udder; Yet beating, beating on in wild un rest, My heart of doubt — A' boat without A rudder — Still rode the sighing billow of my brenst; Till Gwen, her eyes WiiSi soft surprise Upturning, Read all the trouble «rllfpn In mine , own, And lucky fellow, lucrcy follow, lncky fellorw that I'd grown — Her pride forsook, Gave back my look Of yearning. Then, brightly blushing, from my arms baO flown! ? London 'Atuenjeum.'

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

FORERUNNERS. Uougih and wild are the trails they follow, Scant, too scant, is the praise they g°-- '- Still o'er the plain, tho height, the hollow, Strive they, the foreguard, with teeth firm set. Spans o'er the canon's gloom they're 'flinging, Gridgint!;, for thoughtless throngs, a way ; High on the peak, where the winds are stinging; Shrine their white tents, 'gainst the granite's grey. Camp fires gleam in the prairie's vast ness, Cold as the moon that is swung above ; Never a song floats to their fastness — Never a whisper of woman s love. Then rise, ye slothful, from your places — A toast to the skirmish line of 6trife; A toast to the men in tho lonely spaces — Forerunners of the larger life ! — Arthur Chapman.

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

EPITAPHS. Here lies a man who seemed to think His troubles ho could drown in drink. (Ho succeeded.) Here lies a chap quite free from strife, Who dared to contradict his wife. (She's married again.) a Hypnotist Derow uoin nt- Who looked a tiger in the eye. (And tho tiger won.) Dear friends, here lie tho bones of ono Who always carried a deadly gun. (Tho other man drew first.) Kind friends, stop hero and plcaso take note, Here lies tho fool who rocked tho boat. (Companions were rescued.)

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

LIFE. _ He lias achieved success who has lived well, laughed of ton, and loved much: who has gainod the trust of pure women, and the Jove of little Children ; who lias filled his- Niche and accomplished liLs task ; who has left the world better than 1)U found it, whether by an improved doddv. a perfect poem or a rescued soul ; who _i-os never Lacked appreciation of the Earth's beauty, or failed to express it; who has always looked for the best in others and given tho Best lie JkkI; whose Life was an inspiration ; 'whose memory a Benediction. — Mrs. ptanley.

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

TIME'S REVENGES. I used to call you 'Carrots,' dear, When we were girl and boy; I called you 'Ginger,' too — I fear, With purpose 'to annoy. I held my hands above yruir head To warm my fingers cold, And it made you cry in the days ' gone by — ! But now, your hair is gold. j I used to call you 'Carrots,' dear, But now you roign without a peer, My darling Goldilocks; j ' For time's revenge has come to you, And I lie all forlorn j In the silken snare of your lovely hair, With its aureole of inorn. I used to call you 'Ginger-drop' When you were just a girl, And 'Mustard-seed' and 'Sandy- j top,' I And 'Dandelion-curl' ; ° j But now your head has won a light Like fields of nutinuii grain; Each lock of hair is my despair, And every tress my pain. j I used to pull the tumbled knots— ^ Oh memories of shame! And call aloud for watcr-iwts To quench the ruddy flame. But now it is my heart that burns, While you are coldlv coy, And my life I'd dare for the golden hair That I laughed at when a bo...

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

SILVER FISH. This insect is Bomi'times known as Silver Louse. It measures about one-third of an inch in length and is of a silvery colour, resembling a. minute fish. It has two prominent horns or antennae, and at tlie end of the body are three long bristle-shaped appendages. The whole surface of the body is covered with small scales, like tSiose on the wings of moths. It Is an exceedingly active insect, and is of a slippery nature; it is soft, and It is almost impossible to capture a specimen without crushing it. Remedies. — Fortunately these in sects are easily got rid of. Advan tage may be taken of their liking for fabrics and other articles containing starch to poison them. Slip bits of cardboard, on which a thick boiled starch paste liberally poisoned with arsenic has been opread and dried, Into all crevices where they occur. Tint- thi« Tilfln is nnr to rw» rivonimond ed in places to wtaich children have access. Various insecticides (Pyre thum powders) sprinkled where these Inse...

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