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THE IDEAL SEEDBED FOR WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

TIIK IDEAL SEEDBED FOR WHEAT. An ideal seedbed for small seeds for best results should not be mel low or loose to too great a depth, but rather the soil should be mellow and well pulverised only about as deep as the seed is planted (says the manager of the Kansas Agricultural College, in the 'American Agricul turist'). Iielow that depth the soil should be firm and well settled, mak ing a good connection with the sub soil, so that the soil water stored in the subsoil may be drawn up into tho surface soil. The linn soil below tlie seed, well connected with the subsoil, supplies moisture to the ger minating seed and the young plant let, while the mellow soil above the seed allows sullicient circulation of air to supply oxygen, and favours the warming of the soil, gathering the heat of the sunshine during the day and acting as a blanket to conserve ; the soil heat, maintaining a more ! uniform temperature of the soil dur- j ing the night. This mulch conserves - tin; soil moisture and ke...

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 — 22 November 1910

It ? I Thin Paper is pent free to SiibBirriliers to 'The .Stock and .Station Journal' and to likely Eiilm-rilH.-rK to both p.ij.erR. Should yon .still receive a copy after havinp decitlutl nut to subscribe, we want, you to pats it on to a neighbour. To th-K-e who do not wish to avail themselves of our generous book offer ?we are willing to send the paper for 1/-pcr annum post paiil. Of course our offer to send anyone of the following books on payment of 5,'- for two years subscription stands good. BOOKS WE WILL SEND. ' Kaleskis Australian Settlers' (Jiiide.'' ' First Treasons in Dairying,' (Herbert K Van Norman). ' Modem nietlioijs of Testing Milk and Milk Products,' (Van Slyke). ' Dairy Chemitttry,' (.Snyder). 'A.B.C. di ? -heemjin-iking,' (Monradl. 'Testing Milk and its Products, (Farr ington A: Wall). ''Mi'k an-1 its Products, Manufacturing of Cheese, hulter, etc.', (Wing). ' The Laboratory Book of Dairy Analysis,' (Droops Hi' hniond) and 'The Anatomy of the Ox,' (Seyflorth.) How...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INOCULATING LAND FOR LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

INOCULATING LAND FOR LUCEKNE. In the Eastern States of America the cultivation of varieties of lucerne that will withstand severe winter weather is extending, but some diffi culty appears to be experienced in getting a good stand on land on which it has never before been ?grown. To obviate this trouble, sKi dies have been made in regard to preparing the soil for that crop, and the methods favoured by tlie stations seem to be inoculation with bacteria by sowing s=ojl from land which has i borne that crop at the rate of about ; 2001bs. to the acre, and the applica- ' tion of lime at the rate of about : inoOlb. to the acre. A New York s.a tion bulletin says that: 'Briefly sum marising the result, it 1s found '??-it without cither lime or inoculation, the chance of. a successful cr.-,- is not more than 20 per cent., or one chance in live; with lime the chances of success is raised to 40 per cent, or two in five; with iuoculatlon, it is raised to about 00 per cent, or three chances out o...

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 — 22 November 1910

SF YOU WANT BIG CROPS I Always, in Good Seasons I ?* ' or Bad, use ? ? IT PAYS TO MANURE. 1 I 'WRITE FOR INFORMATION. | 279 GEORGE STREET, SYBNEY 3

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 — 22 November 1910

JiSIK FOE— ^ . '* ':? &&K 1 sura? 5 J I ? AND Give tbem n 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 — 22 November 1910

BFnSUMATISM. SCIATICA. AND W&- I HAGO. VIKLU 'IX) SPKCrALISATlON. It lias Inns f-cen known that, thpso ,Ii» easfia all come from onr common -mus«: that, is tho formation of Uric Aniil under tno skin and in the iuuscIoh. Tixtornal remeditM for many yt-nni were the popular method of removing these ilisoa^es, a.s they act«-l quiukly on tho TTrio Acid, whioli had lodged utnlar neatli the ?kin. and pravo relief quickly. It. however, was found that Ulieu matisin, etc., came hack in a very .short time, ami no permanent Rood waa dono Specialists studied for many yoara. atnl modern knowledire of bow to prevent the formation of Uric Acid linn rn:ida Kreat advances, but tlio medicino th:it euros it has to Iw likn tho man wlu» ha-H found it out— a ^pooiali.Mt in iLs hiiHi ncss-^oincr ono thine well, ami iloinjr nothing else. fij . Tho modicino which in t.lio npeitialiRt W' in thu line has l»xin called Olavia * Bliouma. and waa orieinally the for- f intila of a doctor usod in privat.- pr...

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 — 22 November 1910

Nothing like a 'COOTEE' to : /O\ Prevent the Blow -Fly's Ravages *a!^^F) With a 'Cooper' hand machine you can easily Cjj^*ii=x^ and rapidly crutch larv^u mmihers --t -sheep in a day. ' Once this is acvoaiplishml, the ilcmlly blow-lly can ; be successfully kept at bay and your sheep ; 1 saved throughout the entire summer without i ; aiiy further effort on your part. j Here'* one Sheepowner's experience : -» v__-^ ' With reference to your uni.-hin?* (haul-power) I purchase*! from ' J&r^^^^^ you in January last. I usimI these for crtitoliini; puriwses thid season, i jff^T -?'?S^fe and I am plea-e-t to state tli-y are a ileciilot suiM-e-ui. Four men ' jedr *flC*»»ti * crntclied 1,:)(W etiei-p a day ; the total put through w.-w over 30,000 ewei. ! *^ -??-. :!?^sg JOHN McUKAClUE, Kungalesr, WalgeU.' : ? '. ^ ._ .. Write for details — ^^^^-Jlesss^ 18 Yoyng Street ? Sydney ? £- ? __ ? ___ ?

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW POTATOES ALL THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

; NBVV I'OTATOI'JS ATJ- TIIK YKAR. ' It. win reported In the Mnsllsh | daily pr.;ss that recently a plan ba«l been triiMl in the north of I/-n-lon ! wiiereby IOnglisli new jiotatoes, bought ' iri the height of the cheap .season, J had been successfully preserved Cor 1 winter cuusuuiptiou. ' The method of preservation i.s ;.',^-,- j treniely simple. Lar^.- ipiiintitics' of, , . new jiotn tot's are bou^lit in Arigusf.— ' wlien the price per pound averages! from Id to 3Jd — mid stored away ,in. ', ; tin Iwxes and burred under tjus. ,' ' ground. ; In some cases (her are plnc-vt in ; silver sand, ns an additional prrKerva ? live. i)ut this is not essen\:al. Some i : nioullis later, before their skins ara ' \ set, they are dug up. . i j The potatoes are uo'.v ready for tisrt | : whenever desirnd. Tliey require no ! 1 attention during the period of stor- j ! age, aud will last a long time. They , will stand preserving iu this way J [ for several inout.Iis. nnd will bn found to be very f.'a...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOLDEN FLEECE. YOLK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

[?] YOLK. 'When tlic ilbro becomes independ ent of the peit it pushes its way through a greasy matter railed yolk, which ia secreted by the skin. This yolk acts nn important part in wcol growing, jiiiid varies in quality and quimtity in different breeds, merino producing the most. Although of a gren«y or fatty nature, it. differR from all other fatty matters, being com rosed mostly of potash, it will j dissolve- in water, and even absorb ;; lialf its own weight of water. Wlien ?| yolk 'fn mixed with water, two p«rts t| in ono, tho substance is thick and 3 Et'ff, and is of a pa)e brown colour, ij without showing the least trace of y water, and if put into nn air-tight | vessel will remain tho same for yearn. j Yolk is fonnd in all breeds of sheep, i varying in both quality and quan I tity; it evon varies in different por- j s tions -'f tho same sheep. It i.s found | i in gra-itest quantities in the front j f, half of tho sheep, and through its j agency the wool here i.s found to be i...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUCERNE-GROWING WITHOUT IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

LUCERNR-GROWING WITHOUT IRRIGATION. Mr. S. Mclntosh, Superintendent of ? Irrigation aud Reclamation in South. Australia, writes iu the course of an interesting article : — '?In conclusion I may be .permitted to include a rather iuteresting per sonal experience with dry laud cul tivation of lucerne. Over six years ugo in the Morgan district I sowed from 5 lb. to G lb. ofj-eputcd Hunter River seed per acre in a crop of Gluyus Early wheat, which had stooled out; tlieu harrowed aud rol led the laud. Hnlf the area, about teu acres, was cut for hay. when it yielded one aud a half tons of prime mixed hay per acre. The other half was left for wheat, from whk-u was stripped It bushels per acre. Sheep were then turned into the paddock, when they rapidly im proved in condition, cleaning off the straw with tho green ami partly dry lucerne. TJie lucerne-seed germinated splendidly, anti made a fairly thick' 'stand.' Tlii.s cn-]/ remained for I hi; I first, two yyurs without Irrigation, *1 being a...

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 — 22 November 1910

I THE PATSIMT I % ~ ?*& * ? SELF-ACTING ? 1 | nn _ rmn n □ R/1 n n | * ' ' til # ^ The only washing' machine ^] * ^ on the market that washes i \^-~ ? ? — ^ ? rr—» — ^ *& the clolhes absolutely with- j' 'g^'^^^s^^^^gsg^Z^1^^! p- § | First Frizc against all- V^&^F^^^g 1 1 I $ comers in a working com- *ft ' HwC ^%/j fl^^r^ 1 * I * petition at Adelaide Royal V U%^Wjfl VySmB^ , .' 1 I |t Show, March, igio. | '_, ' ^^^f[i\ V&%^M %* * } 1 A CHILD CAN USE THIS ' '^'^ Vf'X^^ ^\ | |! mac ii i n e. , y s, '£'„ v \ ' '-- -}y ' ; r . 4 j I SIMPLICITY ITSELF. *:£&&*' ' *J * I 1 ' * I1*1 V, , * 'i * I I Thousands of Testimonials v_ ~^^~~\ll I J* ITS ACTION. — Boiling soapsuds are forced by the power ^t i * of suction through and through the clothes, and the ^ I It dirtiest of clothes are thoroughly cleansed in from twenty # I ^ to thirty minutes. * I * REMEMBER! No Handle to Turn. No Lever to Work. ^ I jj* Cannot possibly Damage the Clothes. # I * P...

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 — 22 November 1910

i ^^ i iiPlli»'/rA/* * * '^'iC^-ito0 ' Vj, //?/, ° *» ?-£ No Flics will come near sheep treated with FLYGO, Ip5li rMf/i. ** A^ Ml A I /^ «l££vJ ]t 1S s0 efficacious. Wherever FLYGO is applied to 1 Wt0*Mfe ] l^lk A **«* *^7iM **-l§F blown sheep the maggots drop out— dead. There's I i^^^^^^P^ * ^^i®mL yW ' nothing like it. The benefit is more permanent than ^ ttyjfl illil^ '^^y*^^' ^^ that of other compounds, and it is perfectly harmless to 1 fJ\ I^Hr iWwsK 7 e/* i / Wi animal and fleece. ;; f-' ^^^-w««^^?5^ey.- I Have Yoti Some FLYGO ? is a GRAND IDEA ! A handy Solid Copper Sprayer, in a strong leather case, made to fasten firmly to saddle, never flops about, even when rough riding. I With this appliance sheep can be treated anywhere | at any time. You should not be without it — you will ; soon save the cost King-loc §p@dal-6auge Wire Gives more miles of Fencing for Less Money. ? -- It is a Light Fencing Wire, much tougher and more pliable than any Heavier Wire on the Market It « the...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASTORAL PROBLEMS. THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

[?] ft tf ? n£ ®t By ' PLANETS.' ? £ C& Por ' Tho Producera* Jotirnnl. ? ? ?° ©V J ? ^ ^ ? ~~~t ? |H ? .,,.M w THE RAILWAYS. In tho course of an interesting ad dress in Sydney tlie other day, Kir ?Carlaw Martin, chairman of the Scottish Commission (hut lias come to Australia for the purpose of lbiding ?wit first-hand what we have to offer ?lmmigrants, pointed out that (In* l'ar- *mer here who was producing wheat and was sending it Into tho world market; got nu international price for it, competing with the Kussinn, the Hungarian, and t ho United Stales farmer. The price was determined by conditions wholly outside his con trol. It was tlie same with the dairy man as the wheat farmer; he hnd for his rivals tlie Dane, the Siberian, tlie Frenchman, and Hollander, and tlie price was one beyond his government. Hut for every bit of machinery lie employed lie had to pay the Austra lian price, which might be 4(1 or (i(- Jier cent, more than that of the old world. ait-! that was a con...

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 — 22 November 1910

[?] MEN ON THE LAND WHO WANT TO Borrow HOMEY Upon Farm, Grazing or Station Properties, kIiouIJ write and (state their requirements to ? WILLIAM' WALKER, Financial Agent, 82 PITT STREET. SYBNEV. who for many vears lian made monetary negotiations with the Man on the Land hid whole study and profession. Rate of Interest from 4 and iJJ and 5 per cent. Kasy TerniK and Conditions. Any Bum from £250 to ii:M),00() PORCHHSERS 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 — 22 November 1910

piiilimii i \wrnm msm. i NOTHING BETTER than this ) Horaldic Stationery can be had for Australians to send to their friends abroad. It is typical. The ' Commonwealth ' Series of BOXED CHRISTMAS STATIONERY Containing — ; Six Sheets of BEAUTIFULLY PRINTED STATIONERY— ?with excellent Christmas senti ments— and Six ENVELOPES. 2/=» post free. WILLIAM BROOKS & CO., LTD. ' Stationers and Printers. 17 CASTLEBEA.GII ST., SYDNKV.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

% t ♦- . *i» ♦:♦ ? ♦:? ♦ Over Five Hundred Norland Nurses have been applied for by employers waiting for them. Norland ♦ ♦?. Trained Nurses take charge of infants from 2 weeks to 8 years. Appointments ranging from £$O !£ *:* to £6O in New Zealand, Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales. * ♦- * *£ NOVEMBER 7th. New Term Commences. Students may enter on NOVEMBER 7th *?* ♦- till NOVEMBER 21st. £ ♦♦? ♦*? *♦* ?*♦ ♦»? Apply for Descriptive Pamphlet to the Secretary — ? ♦- *?* «J» ♦ The Sydney I3osrlasad IsE§tIfatee L©wes° Forffii Street, Woolialsra. * ♦*? *^ *^ » *% ♦*? ♦ ♦ ???♦♦♦?♦♦♦♦? ? ♦ ♦ . ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦???♦♦??♦?♦♦(/♦» ♦

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPERFLUITIES OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

SUPERFLUITIES OF THE HOUSE. H. M. Stanley found parliamentary life a good dual duller than war eorrespondinjr, or hunting for Living stone. Ho describes his first week's experience's: ''The veriest trifle of. commonplace fact. Is folded annum,' with tissue affor tissue of superfluity!' If a member wished to say that he had seen a rat he scorned to 1m- rilr-:. able to declare the fact nakedly, male- ' ing the declaration as follows: 'I ven ture to say, with the permission of the House, that unless my visual, organs deceive me, and the II'miw will boar me out wh'.n I say that my powers of ocular perception are not 1 of the' most inferior kind, that, etc.'' | When Eve upon the first of Men I The apple pressed with spacious cant, ! Oh! what a thousand pities, then, : That Adam was not Adamant! —Hood.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LETTER FROM THACKERAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

A LETTER FROM THACKERAY. ' A long letter written by Thackeray to his wife from Buffalo, in Decein-; ber, 18.r-2, while on his lecturing tour, ? was sold at auction iu Ixnulon last month: '. . . If my health holds out,' ho wl-ill's, 'I must go on inoney-grubbiiij; for some months to come. They have , paid mo nearly 1(i()0£ iu - months of ivli. I have spent 200 in travelling— , it is awfully dear work — next, month will be another profitable luon.ti — afterwards iu the South not so iini--li ' profit, but more pleasure for February & March — afterwards j-rolit again & afterwards— O ye Gods, wont I bo glad to come back leaving .~()0£ a j year behind me in this country! Then Krim dentil will not look so grim. Then tho girls will have something to live upon or to bestow upon the ob jects of their young affection*-:— Mien, ', when the house is paid for. wo may. live and take things easily — then, when I have written 2 more novels,, for which I shall got 7MMI a piece—' why t...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SERIOUS SIDE OF MARK TWAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

THE SERIOUS SIDK OF MARK TWA IX. Says T. I*. O'Connor, writing of Mark Twain — 'Somebody in an ad vanced Socialistic paper that. I saw tile other day said that Mark Twain was a cynic. I suppose there never was a person so far removed from synicism as Mark Twain. A cynic must at least, mean a man who is flippant about serious tliinjrs; jiImhiI tilings that hi* thinks serious. Mark Twain was always serious to thv» verge of madness. He was not .seri ous about. St. Francis; ho did not think St. Francis serious. He honest ly supposed the marvels of St. Fnin cis to be tome ecclesiastical trick of popes and cardinals. Ho did not hapi/en to know that, the Franciscan movement was something much more certainly jwpular than the Revolution that rent America froin England. Ho did not happen to know that, in his time. St. Francis stood for the ballot box. He did not happen to know that, in hifi time, King ArWiur stood for I the telephone. He could never quite I get rid of the American idea that I...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOM BROWNE—ARTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

TOM BROWNE— ARTIST. JiiHt before he died, Tom Browne, the black-and-white artist, interview ed himself for the 'Gentlewoman.' Amongst other things, he reports him self assaying: 'Rightly believing Unit f should June a bettor dilutee In life if I loomed to rend and write, my parents sent me to school, but my eopy-l-ool-3 wen; turiHxl into sketch books, and my slate wjib covered with drawings rut her than suiiih. At. six I was considered lioj/cless. At seven my s'F.oolinnstor denounced my instinct!) as wholly criminal, and hi: sent me behind the blackboard to do penance. I spent the whole time in drawing him in. fifteen different ]H-si- t.lons. Ho retorted by thrashing me in fifteen different ways. As it was discovered that. I wouldn't learn any thing at .school I was sent to bo an errand l-oy at n milliner's shop, but here the siime vice cropped up again. One day I was ordered to deliver a very special mourning order, but hav ing a piece of chalk iu my i-ocket, and finding a nice smo...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
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