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FOR THE LEISURE HOUR THE ROSE AND THE THORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

t*i FOR THE JLESSUIRE HOUR ^ THIS ROSE AND THE THORN. At morn I plucked a ro.se and gave it Thv«, A rose of jo- and happy love and pence, A rose with scire a thorn ]}ut in the cluliiness of a second ntorr. My rosebush dropped, and all its gay morcaso Was but On thorn that wounded mo. I rluckod tho tlioni aud*ollered it to Thee, And for my thorn Thou gavest love and1 peace, Not joy tliis mortal morn : If thou 'has giwn much treasure for .1 thorn, Wilt Thou not give mo for my roso increase Of gladness, and all sweets to me? My thorny rose, my lovo and v-nin, to Th.io I I offer : and I set my heart in | peace, And rest upon my thorn : For verily I think to-morrow | morn Shall give me Paradise, my gift's increase, Yoa, give Thy very Self to me.

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 I o0 1 I I FOre OiwiilO AS WEDDiWG 1 AFTERNOON TEA SPOONS and SUGAR TONGS are always 1 appreciated as presents, and you could not get better value than | the (incfi illustrated. Each article is stamped E.I'.N.S., which | means Eleccro I'late on Nickle Silver. The fix Spoons and Tongs 1 are the best quality plate on puro Silver, Price 7/6 Post Free. | Can be had in three patterns. May We Send You a Set of These Gooil-Value Spoons? 9 HAMILTON CHAMBERS, HAMILTON STREET, SYDNEY.

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

A Sr.IOHT DIFFERRN'CE. A moderately fond fattier discover ed hi.s young hopeful reading a cheap novel. 'Unhand rue. villian.' the detected hoy thundered, 'or there will b-; bloodshed !' 'No,' said I he father, grimly, tisht oning his hold on his son's collar. ''Not bloodshed — woodsiied.''

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

THE MANNKR.S OF THE STACK. Poebry i.-t ratcliinR. A playwright ?recently told a story of rohoiiraing x '?Twelfth Ni^hf ' for an open-air per formance in a Ha-rdBii which wia ovorllooknd l-y u rising brick ori fice A.s I ho ainatuiirs H.vitcd :ltoir lint*? tho workmen oonbinuod their labours. Oue' atVmoirn, dunns» a silent pause in our r-'.hearsnJ, w-? hoiird (i voice from tho building oper:it/ioii say ing gravely — '?I prithee, malapert, rass me yon der brick.'

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WHAT IS AND NO MAN UNDERSTANDS." [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

'WHAT IS AND NO MAN UNDER STANDS.' I am the music and the listening ear. I am the light and tho discerning eye ; Tho song, and singer, cryer and the cry ; Thought and the thinker, mystery and seer ; Visions that form and fade and re appear. One are the end and tho beginning ; one Tho shadow on the dial and the sun ; Past, present and to he, obscure and clear. I am the quickened womb, tho alien grave ; Sower and seed, the reaper and cleft grain ; Spent swimmer and immitigable wave ; Tho spring of springs and the un wast ing stream, Drained and refilled ; unchanging I remain, Immortal Dreamer and enduring dream.. — H. E. Warner.

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

A MADRIGAL. Before me, «ircle.s.s lying, I Young lyovet his wares comes crying; j Kuli soon tlie r-lf unt'-c;isure.s II is packs. of puns and ple-asures — ?With roguish eje, He bids ;no buy From out hi.s i-ack of treasures. His wallet's stuffed with blisstW, With true-!ovc-knoi,s and kisses, With rings and' rosy fetters, And sugared vows an.l letters — He holds them out With boyish flour,, And bids me try the letters. Nay, child (I crj), I know them; There's little need to show ih.'iu . Too well ror new believing I know their pust deceiving — 1 am too ol'S (I soy), and cold, To-day, for new believing! lint still the wanton presses, With honey-sweet caresses, And still. t-, my undoing, He wins mo, with his wooing, To buy his ware With iill its care Its sorrow and undoing. — Austin Dobson.

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

III'MUS IN THE SOIL. The following is tin extract from a lecture, delivered by Professor -J. W. Shaw, head of the Cereal De partment of the (Jaliforniau College of Agriculture: — 'The mini's quality of our soils lies not so mucih on the chemical side of the soil as upon the whelchedly poor physical condition induced through the lack of any at tempt to return to the soil that vital atcribute whitLi males for produc tiveness — humus; which together wilth rational tillage and use of manures, constitues the bust key for unlocking the storage of latent, plant food contained in the soil. '?Failure to realise the importance of this most vital question, the res toration of humus, is responsible for lessening the reteutiveness of our soils for moisture, especially in the upper layers, a very serious matter in our climate of lickle rainfall; a lessening of our available plant food; the making of the soil colder, and the increase of the cementing action in .the case of heavy soils, and increas...

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

A WONDERFUL VEGETABLE. \ FRESH FROM FRANCE. We all know the story of 'Jack and the Bean Stalk,' and how ilh.c beau grew in a single night Now we have a bean that does n ,t grow in a night, but it takes th. place of 20 ordinary French bus plants, and is a bettor all round bea .' The name of this bean is 'Epicure, | meaning luxurious and dainty eate-- * This bean is a runner, climbing to i height of 0 feet, and crop's very heavily. The ground should be manured and dug deeply, making it as light as possible. In dry weather keep tile bean growing by muldhing and watering. Send J/- to the Australian Mail Trading Oo., ILam.ilion-st.reot, Syd ney, and u packet of beaus will be posted to you.*

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

\jw «£b\ .ill 1&9JLS&M v£y *i*» -S» JJT.EW ?££? f^^LI We have a Good ©ne, HAVE YOU ? Jffilfe It's a good busineBB— it's ECONOMY — to have a good j^T^J,^! pumping engine, whether for watering stock, irrigating, or \) '%r^^i for domestic Riipply purposes. Oj ^ v-£C££«9 Tho Ruler. Ericsson Hot Air Pumping Engines are \ -.f) ~\A Tup hpct tx 1 ( fj,^! ^ ill- i JIT-O 1 ? %fl I I m) Jilt i* -A\ BECAUSE They are the Annie of Simplicity. f^UX .Jn£'»33 They arc .Safe, Simple, Sure, and will Pump from Any V 'J^^# Jg^2i Source to Any Height. V£j£?-£s£iE3S3J NO SUBURBAN OR COUNTRY HOME i» complete without one. An Kricwon Kntfrie nontinp nnlv £25/16/- iscupil.lcof providing AMPM5 WATBR Supply for an IIOTKI, or I.AUOE I'lUVATlC IlKSIDKNGE. Write for Kree Uatalupit! l,- Australian Rider-Ericsson Engine Co., 20 Ten-aimm I)dg.=., m Circular C/y

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

The Howard Ymceni Map f ii R *JL* 1 1? * ^♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦^ i ine junnsii Ju Mipn e . . . » & ♦♦♦♦♦♦ k MAP FOU POTHTOTS % & ? , , ? ^ ^ rT'*HIS map has been designed to show what the British fy ^ -*- Empire is, and its great Commercial Value to the ^ ^ Mother Country. It gives the Extent, Population, Revenue, ^ ? Ocean Routes, with Distai. *«--:, Royal Navy Stations and Coal- ^ ^ ing Stations over the World; ?«.. *?' inset chart of the World ^ Q showing the Extent of British Posst_. Amis in 1797. ^ ^ The size of the map is 72 X63. It is mounted on Cloth and jr jf Rollers and is varnished. % ^ Price 22 6- Carriage free to any Railway Station in N.S.W, ® ^^ t ? „__„___ ? __»_ xi' ^ A Cheap Map Giving Interesting Information. ^ ^ May we send on ; to you ? 5f I WILLIAM BROOKS & CO., LIMITED | 0. Stationers an j Printers, -^ ♦ 17 CASTLISRliAGH .'jTHIiET, SYDNEY. O

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONE POUND OF FERTILISER TO ONE TON OF SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

ONE POUND OK KKRTILISKR TO ONE TON OK SOU.. The top soil of m acre of tillage land to the depth of H in. weighs \ 2,-XM).0f)0 lb. (about 1000 tons). The J average dressing of concentrated fer- j liliser in the United States is 1000 B lb. per acre where no manure or cover | crop is ploughed in. according to Pro- 1 fessor Bowker. This gives only lib. 5 of fertiliser to everv ton of soil, but. U I .he 1000 lb. of fertiliser contains only I 200 lb of actual plant food ( nitrogen, I potash, and phosphoric acid), or one- I ton thousandth of a lb. (seven tenths I of n grain) of applied fertility' to I each lb of soil. This infinitesimal amount, which cannot, be siren, com bined with the 'natural yield of, the. land.' has been known to produce under favourable weather conditions, ?100 bushels of potatoes. 100 bushels of maize, or IJO to 1-- tons of ensilage per acre; to produce prolit in place of loss: to turn failure into siicess, and still leave the soil uo poorer; but, in most cases, muc...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY NOT A GREEN HORSE? [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

WHY NOT A GREEN HORSE? Mr. Editor,— In the la.it 'Austra- lian Producers' Homo .Journal' you liavo 1111 item ahont ''Uluu Roses,' -in the lines of the famous 'Snakes in Ireland' essay, which Wivs, 'that thero is not am.' Now, tho bluo rose speculation is nbout played out— rit is too okl a sub ject and too vague and too remote lor a fresh-laid journal liko yours to bother about. And yet theso Naturo b tori os ;iro mightily interesting. When a next to naturito gets up and tolls us all about grubs, birds and beasts and their cuto ways — how ?they rub along and have their little troubles and domestic worries just I like you and I. tho average reader, as a rule, can't help being interested. Scientists produce all sorts of freak jinimals by (?..?ireful methods of select j iye and --liininntivo breeding— but so I far nobody has tried to produce a ' 1 grire'n hor.se. i I''or myself I must say that I am : tirwl of tho gamut from yellow : through hay to brown and black, with Ktray whi.to and ...

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

HOT-AIIl KNGINE3. Wo liave been asked to publish a ccpy of the ffllowin' voluntary let ter rocoivod by tho Australian llider Kric.won lUngine Co., Sydney: — (Copy.) Bushy Paik, (;i-:iictirry (Q ), 30th August, 1010. Australian Hider-Ericsaon Engine Co., Sydney. Doar Sirs.— The Sin. Rider Engine that I puxch'is«d from you some timo ag.. arrived here jn perfect order — th.) packing was all that could bo -lfS,ircd.. No time waa lost in put ting it into position, and sotting it g- ing, and it has h.oe»i going ever eiiiCd with most satisfactory results. A* the present timo we are watering j well on to one thousand head fit' j cr.ltlo and horses, and tho Engine never runs more than 7 hours per day — often le^s — so that double tho number of stock could do supplied if ncct-ssary. My neighbor* come and inspect, ivnd leave i*itisfip-i Lh.it it is far ahe.i'l of all other pumping plants in use out this way for wale: ing largo numbers of stock, and I have no doubt you will hear from many -lf t...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW? [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW? Most of us like to grow our own flowora. This is tho time to sow the seed, and for Is Id wo will send you 12 small packets of popular flower seeds. Send to them for all the flowers needed. The Australian Mail Trad ing Go., Hamilton Chaimbers, HamiL ton-st., Sydney. — *

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

SURE TO GET WELL. rat iont: 'Toll me candidly. Doc, do you think I'll pull through?' 1 kxjtor : 'Oh, you're bound to sot WC11 — you can't help yourself. The 'Medical Record' shows that out of one hundred ttisos like yours, one per cent, invariably recovers. I've t rivaled ninety-nine cns-?s, aud evory one of them died. Why, man alive, you can't die if you try! There's no humbug iu statistics.'

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

^^ ~ ,-, « (^/f^^Yf^ T2H1B 1EW / JMv^ii^AS^ uJiliii if © I© io- K R. Clean anfi easily handled. FOR HOUSES,— Puts on condition, improves digestion. FOR UATTLK,— inerenflra Milk Flow and fattonB for market. FOR LAMBINO KWKS, — StitnuliiteH mill strengthen!!. FOR PIUS ANI) CALVES,— Fattens and nourwIieH. A ration of Molnaeuit takes t.ho plaoo of twice its hulk of OlmfT or othor fowl at lo«a cost. Having mild mudioinal qualities it aidsdigostion. 1 rico Sty por ton freo on Rai b or Sloumor, Sydnoy or Newcastle. Pivckod in banks, 12 to tho ton. Stocked hy all Storckenpe.ru and Produces Morch.v.ts, Manufactured under Royal Let torn I'atont. Writo for Pamphlet ro uso. ARTHUR H. HASELL, 2 Bridge Street, Sydney SOLK AOKNT FOR NKW SOUTH WALKS. Hascll's Fertilisers, Sole Suppliers to N.S.W. Government

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

CARELESS CULTIVATION. 'The most fatal error in modern farming,'' says Dr. AVm. Macdonald, Dry Land Agronomist of Natal, ''is iha careless preparation of th« ground. Poor, shallow ploughing and the lack uc after-cultivation of the soil are tihe two factors to which the crop failure is largely due. It is impossible -for any plant to with stand a drought when its roots lie in hard, dry soil. But put the samt- in deep, mellow earth, with a moi.s turc-savinir matitlt', and it remain* green after weeks of rainless wea ther. In the past the great mis take in South Africa agriculture iias been over-irrigation, with little or no cultivation and. the soil soon become.s fctagnant with a surplus supply of water. Sunshine and air are ex cluded, the fertility of the land im paired and ? tho rot system of the crop often permanently injured. When farmers realise that most crops cs-ii be successfully grown en dry lands mer-;ly with good cultivation N they will hesitate before emb&rliing; jip...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agriculture. (Continued from page 6) AGRICULTURAL COMMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

. Agriculture. I I (Continued from page l-) B AGttlOULTURAL COMMAND MENTS. \-X. Seaman A. Knaff, who is in charge of co-operative demonstration work 1n the United States Depart ment of Agriculture, has designed the ten maxims that follow as the Ton CXmiiunndmeuls of Agriculture. They are: — (1) Prepare n deep and thoroughly pulverised seed bed, well drained: break in Hie fall to the depth of S, 10 or 12 inches, ac cording to the soil, with iniplonionrs that will not bring Hie soil to the surface. The foregoing depths should he reached gradually. (2) Use the seed of the host variety, intelligently selected and carefully stored. 0?) In cultivating crops, give the rows, and the plants in the rows, a spa-v suited to the plants, and soil and the climate. (4) Uso intensive tillage i during the growing period of the crops. (.'-) Secure a high conical of humus in the soil by the use of legu mes, barnyard manures, farm refuse. and commercial fertiliser. -ti) ('?arr.v out. a systematic crop r...

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

That's what this watch gives. It is especially made of gimmetnl to stand hard and constant wear, and has a good appearance. Gent's Size POST FREE] With Silver ^ Chain 8/- extra ~\Ji A POST FREE 1^8 t\/\ ^w-/ With Wristlefc A Most Reliable Timekeeper. If you want a Really Good and Cheap Watch this one will satisfy you. The Australian SlaiS Trading Company) 9 Hamilton Chambers, Hamilton- St., Sydnky.

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

MANURING} FOU POTATO F,S. Mr. Hall, Director of Hothamsled Experimental Station, (the- must im p'ortnnt in the United Kingdom), in l:is recent work, 'Fertilisers and Manures.' writes: — ? 1. Potatoes do not want: an excess of nitrogenous manure, been use it renders them waxy, and gives them a t.Yiidenoy to boil a bad colour; it also makes I hem susceptible to dis sease. As quality is so important, the nitrogen they require should be derived mure from mellow soil in high condition, than from recent manure. -. A good supply of i-'hosphatic manure lias boon shown to be im port a ill. .'{. Potash- in essential since the potato is a starch-making plant. 4. Manures sotting up an alkaline reaction should be avoided, since they facilitate the attack of the fun gus causing scab. Hence sulphate of ammonia should he preferred to nitrate of soda for top dressing, and superphosphate to basic slag; lime also should uot be used. For ordinary cropping Mr. Hall thinks a mixture of 4c\vt. superphos p...

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