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SCOUR IN CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

:. SCOUR IN. CALVES. The succeseful treatment of calves wiflh scours by the administration of lactic acid at the Berry Stud Farm lust year was reported by the Bureau of Microbiology. A simple remedy for troubles of this sort is recom mended by the United States Bureau of Animal Industry. This is forma lin. A report of an experiment in this direction states ..that Dr. Klein treated 12 calves affected with scours by adding formalin to the mllkjn proportion of one prfrt of formalin to 4000 parts, of milk. The easy way to do this is to pour 4oz. of formalin into 15ioz. of water. Then take one /teaspoouful of this solution to -/ich pint or pound of milk ?which vt fed the calf. Of the 32 calves treated in this way 11 recovered without any further treatment, seven of them re covering on the second day. three on the third day, and one ou the ninth day.

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

COOLING THE KVIONING'S MILK. By cooling milk we reduce the tem perature, and by reducing the tem perature the activity of the gonna that cause souring i.s checked. The most favourable temperature to hold milk for cheese-unking purposes is (-'- dog. Fahr. A certain development of lactic acid i.s essential to keep the undesirable organisms in check, and it will be found thai the best results are to be obtained at that tempera ture. It is to be regretted that there are not much better 'met hods adopted iu the cooling of the night's milk than those which at present exist iu the average South ('oast dairy. Iu fact, in some places no attempt is made to cool the milk: it is simply allowed lo stand until the morning, when it is generally in an overripe condition — it is ini|-OHsible for any cheese-maker to make good cheese out of overripe milk — and the major ity of complaints which arise are due to* the fact that proper care and at tention have not been given to the night's milk. F.very up...

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

BACTERIA IN MILK. Many sanitary faddists in (treat Britain have been moving heaven and earth '(writes 'Tho Dairy') trying to make dairying impossible by the en actment of rules regarding tho pro duction of milk free from microbes. Tlio attention tif such is respectfully railed to a series of experiments car rittl out by tho University of Wis consin, the agricultural department of which is oiio of the most ''hvo on the Xorth American' continent. These tests wore mado for the pur pose of determining tho nature of tho bacteria in milk derived from healthy cows. The investigations found that there are always b.icteria in tlio ud der, even where tlrs most absolute precautions are taken to exclude all sources of contamination. The low est number of bacteria found in the milk was 200 per cubic centimetre, and the highest 900. the average be ing about .^OO. 'A dairyman can not hope to produce iniile with a lower germ content, no matter how careful he may be, a.s this represents the contamin...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FACTORS ON THE FARM. THIS ELECTRICAL AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

? ^7777777^ 'L_ FACTORS 'ON THE FARM. THIS ELECTRICAL AGE. An American pa.[.or tolhj about Kurnior iMinor in Oneidn county, N.Y., and tho brilliant results or lii.1 ' oxporiniontrt in o.loctric powor. Mr. Minor i.-, somothing of an oioctricaL ongmoor. A small oroolc ran through Ins I'Hirni, which ho harnessed so as to bo iblo to litcht and lioat liia build ings, turn lathort and drills in his workshop, nm motors forsawinrr wood ??utfcina; ensilago, running throshing m.achino, rroum so|:«rator and churn, jmniping water, turning grind.stono, running w.mhing rnachino and wrin ger, ico oroam freezer and ogg bisabor — in fact, tho engine, tho hoiist), tlie grounds and tho stables nro nil practically run as well aa lighted by olectrioity. In summer it is tuiid ovon that eloctrio fans are going, and hoator^ fsu{ Tpliod in win ter. All by pushing buttons and switching cranks. Following this experiment and seemingly in somn way connectofl with Lho samo .subject a profos:--or in fjronnimy iin...

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

THKAT.MK.M1 OF WOUNDS. j ' ,: At the Eobruary nieotrng of tho | 1 MituLlit; bntiK-h of tho South Austra- j liau Bureau of Agriou!ti,rt\ Mr. Storey read a papor on th-3 abova sipp«.irs in the local 'Journal of Agri Kiibjoct, thtf following reixjrt of which culturo' : — i:Accident.s ar« constantly occur ring among livestock, and the im rMktitibiliby of getting vetorinury n« KLstance forces a fuirmer to b^ hia own .surgeon. ''There are four kinds of wounds — viz., clean cut, torn, bruised', and punccured. A clean-cut wound run ning lengthwiso with the musclo 13 tho easiest to manage. '?First, see how deep it is, make sure thoro is no foreign substance in it, and then stop tho bleeding by upplying hot or cold water. If a largo artery has boon cut, tie it. Put ii teaspoonful of carbolic acid into i\ quart of water, and Let a little run over the cut surface. If the wound is not deep the edges of it can b-) drawn together bv silk thread steeped in the above solution. 'If the wound Ls acros...

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

NEIGHBORHOOD H0HBIE3. R. C1. Angevin**. of C-unorticufc, ?;:iys l.(i-it he hi- aotiovl th-» ;-I6- v^lojife of a jrnMt many noighbor liood hobbies rclativ.' to i-nsilngn. Fie I? i von tho riMd»r.i of thi 'Pri^tical 1'armer' '.ha following summary of g' (vl sense. Tho -.vholo truth -Hid firU uhout silos and their ns-» h:i.s be^n .lown in blade and whit ? for niiiny yian mill w accus'Sib'K ^o 'veryono. I havo' found in somo liK-alitifts that they say that ensilage will not keep in a silo that has a cement floor in it. but it will. In others that it will not kr-ep on a dirt, floor, but it, will. In s'-me places thoy ^v oosilage will not Jct-op in a silo with a rocrf on, l.-ut it will. It will also keep just ?is well without a roof over it ; how over,*1 a roof is a good thing to havo. Somo places they my one kind of eil ago is the only kind that will keep en silage, but; I 1-ave founl good ones of all kinds I know cf, so that hobby is no good. In some local i tint they are all building o...

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

IN STEAD. tVhen 1 am dead, forget me, dear, For I shall never know Tno o'er nay cold and .lifeless hands Your burning tears should flow, I I'll cancel with my living voice. The debt vou'll own the dead : Give me the love you'd show me then, But give it now instead. And bring no wreaths to deck my grave, For 1 shall never care The' all the flowers I km-d the most Should grow and wither there. I'll sell my chance of nil the flowers You'll lavish wJien I'm dead For one small bunch of violets now, Bo give me that instead. What saint-? we are when we are gone ! But what'.s the use to me Of praises \vritt«n on my tomb For other eyes to see? One little simple word of praise By lips wo worship said Is worth a hundred epitaphs ! Dtwir ! say it now instead. And faults that now are hard to bear Oblivion then 6hall win: OuT_sins arc soon forgotten us When we no more can sin. But any hitter thought of me. Keep it for when I'm dead— I shall not now, I shall not tare Forgive me now instead. —A TEN...

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

A NIGHT IN JIW'E. Jyong I have Joved her, Jong had I dared To hope she might return iny love, And now at last 1 knew she caret]. Forth from her window, hi^ch above, She fondly looked and heard my plea, And modestly encouraged jijc. No fairer maiden ever gazed , ; Out on a lover in (lit- night ; * My ladder caiv-fully I raised. My arms were strong, my heart was liBlit ; The deep concern :0ie showed was sweet — A moment more an-] we would meet. Up, up, I cilmlu'd to her and lili.su, ,? ,?? Her arms around my nee]; were .y(i thrown ; Our glad lips met 1n one long kiss, My yearning heart had claimed its ~'*j: own ; ; It seemed as if the stars with glee ? ; I Were singing down to her and me. I Out from the window lodge she I swung, | Her glad heart beating on iny I breast ; || I bore her downward, rung by rung, 1 What time she looked her loveliest ; I But presently the ladder broke, || And I awoke. 1/

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

FAR TOO LATE. A weiJ-kuown physician was -we examining a clasa of nurses in $.-? hospital. To each he addressed a question calculated to show the nurse lio\y much morphine, in her opinion, should bt- administered to the suffer er. 'Eight grains,' promptly replied the nurse. The doctor made no comment, and passed on. VV.hen her turn came again, the nurse aj-ipeared greatly confused, and said to the examiner : 'I-octor, 1 \vi-ii to correct the ans wer I made Jast time. 1 meant to say that one-eighth of a grain should be given to the .patient.' 'Far too late,' remarked the phy sician, without looking up from his question paper. 'The poor fcilow'fc dead.1'

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

THE LA UK TUltNED. A gentleman, for what he called n Jark, advertised for a wife, and re quested each one to enclose her carte de visite. A spirited young lady wrote to tlie advertiser i-U the following terms : — 'Sir, — I do not enclose my carte, for though there is some author ity for putting n cart before a horse, there is none for putting one before an ass.'

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

| OUR BOYS AND GIRLS; | o — ? - ? § o -X)NSKQUKNCrcS OF TIIK COMMA. In hi.s rijiirt King Oharlos was .stand ing on his head a goklen crowii And his roynl brow was wrinlclod in ti nio.st [N)rtoutoud frown Fifty eotirtiorM onturcd walking on tlioir liands wuro jowol.s bright Sot in ring.s i-t' gold and si Ivor what a rare and splendid sight K'Hir ;ind twenty noble ladies proud and fair and ten feet long W-jro tlioir trains that flowixl behind Uiem borno by pages stout and strong In a bower of fragrant roses the musicians now compete Wowing tnuni)eUs with their noses they inhale the fragrance sweet See the Quoon how sad amP tearful i as the King cuts off her head Oue bright tress of hair at ihirting and .she wishes .slie wns dead. j - — ''.Serapbook.'

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

WHEN IT COMES HAttD. ' Si, It sb ea.sy enough to be pleasant li] When your automobile's in trim:; || But the man worth while ' ' l| Is the man who can .smile III When he has to go homo «n the I rim. Ijj

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

191O-1911 I DAINTY VOMTMKS l'OIt PRESENTATION. SIMPLE TKUTII SKRIKS. In Dainty Art, Oovora with Knvelopo ready for Pmitim;. with (Jrootini; Card. Pried 8d. each. PoBted 9(1. 1— Poema of Poaoe. (KUa Wbooler Wil cox. 1 — Living and Coins. i— Poenw of Life. 4.— Thoughts from Thoreau. - 5 — Spirit vvit.Ii Spirit.. 6 — Loaves from LiioroUim. 7. — Oriental Goran 8 — Weals from many Poets. '.) — 'Echoes from EmorHon. 10 —Whispers from Whittier. 11.— Selections from Browning. 12 — Poems of Inspiration. (Wilcox.) t 1.5. — Poems of Lovo (Wilcox). H.— Richnoas of Life. , 15 — Kouections from Buskin. ! GEil CLASSICS. liminii Daintily in Oozo Leather, ready for Post. Illustrated 1/3. PorUm! 1/4. ! I/e««nda and LyrioH, The Spanish Stu dent, Goblin -Market, (ioms from Long fellow. (Jhristmtus Carol, In Momoriam, Tito Sayings of Jesus. Wullot of Wit. ' Tho Lovars' Ghaplet, C«ms from Shelley. Gems from ShakBspearu. Sesame and L,ilies, The Chimes, Gems ; from Mrs. I5rov»ninc. Kvangeline, Tho j (jomni...

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

IF. -7jji Oh, if the world were mine, Love, .'Sj I'd give the world for tbee! j \i Alas! there-tis no sign, Ix)vc '— * Of that contingency. ~ Were I a lung — which Isn't To be considered now — A diadem had listened Upon thy lor — ely brow. Had Finn p. with laurels crowned me^- . j She hasn't up to date — . . Nor time nor change bad found me To love and thee ingrate. If Death threw down his gage, CiOve, Though life is dear to me, I'd die, e'en of old age, I^ove, To win a smile from thee. But being poor we part. Dear, And love, .sweet love, must die — Thou wilt not break thy heart, dear, No more. I think, shall I. — James Jeffrey Roche.

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

STRAY HITS. It Is folly to ahiver for iast year's enow. O 9 O If a young man hasn't got a well ba lanced head, I like to see him part his hair in the middle, don't you? Never mind your enemies: they are only people who don't understand yon. Don't forgive them. Forget thenu ? * ? If you have built castles In the air your work need not be last; that is \vher-» they should be; now put the foundation under thoin. — Thoroau. » ? ? 'What makes you think the world Is round? Give me the reason fair!' 'I'.eisiu.se so very few are found Who act upon the square '.' ? o e Babiefi. — There Is one thing about babies : they never cliauge. We have girls of the period, men of the world ; but the baby is the same selfposses sed, fearless, laughing, voracious lit tle heathen in all ages, and in all countries. ? ? e A vain man's motto Ls : 'Win gold and wwir it.' A generous man's: 'Win gold and share it' A miser's: 'Win gold and spare it' A ppjfligate's: 'Win gold and spend it.' A broker's: 'Win gold a...

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

CIIILDKRN'S TROUBLK. Oh, isn't it a trouljle when the dread ful lesson hours Get mixed up with the sunshine and the summer uud the tlowe.es, And every little figure on the slate will seem to -say: 'Ofli, won't it be delightful when It's time to run and play.' Now here are five young scholars, very clever, very wise, Hut through the schoolroom window they keep looking at the skies, Its: 'Two and four make seven. Yes; that's right. Now add a [i. Hullo ! Outside the wiudow I can hear a humming bee. N-ill, I know, had nearly Guished; but away the answer flies Just !-eeause a breeze of mischief fans the hair al-out her eyes, Jack felt sure he knew the answer, and was writing it at last When u swallow by the window gave a twitter as he passed. Agnes cried : 'I must be careful. Now I'll have another try.' All in vain: her glance would wander to a white cloud in the sky. And that auni's moat ire«ome :-nwwor (though they sought it long and j late), ? I Flitting through efu.1i dreamy fancy ne...

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

I 'ANGLING IN OKDINA.lt Y WATKItR. j| Tliere nre iust as many good fish in the sea I Ah over were caught in a not — j j And anglers all over the world will agree The host one i3 swimming yet ? So do not repiin- ? If the eiul of your line Shows no sisn tluit there's anything tugging; Just stick -o your work. Don't weaken or shirk — For nothing will come without plug — ''Prudential Record.' Why is Sunday the strongest day? . Uivaiwe all the other dayH ure week days.

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

ELECTROCUTING EGGS. The peculiar taste of a oold stor age egg ia something not easy to mistake. It is possible that this taste may be removed' if tho oxperi :nents now being mode by the Roch ester Railway and Light Company aro successful. It is claimed that when fresh eggs aro placed in oold storage the eggs are alivo, and that they aro slowly frozen to death, and in spito of the preservative qualities ot' tlie ioo the egi^s do not taste good when cookod. It is now be lieved that by electrocuting tho eggs tlie natural ta.ste may be retained and not renwyved when the oggs are placed in cold .storage. The eggs j aro killed by placing a metal cup on each end of the egg ayd then throwing on a pressure of .'JOO volts, i — 'Popular Klertricity.'

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

SCA I?. ? A disease of world-wide prevalence, [ found probably wherever ixdatoes are j grown, TSie same, or a closely simi ' lar disease, attacks the beetroot, tur i nij;, raddish, carrot and cabbage. I The condition is due to the opera Ti-)iis of a minute fungus, which lives iit Lhe soil and in the affected plants. Given access to tubers, the fungus invades the skin, irritates it, and cansci the production of corky spots and are;is, which later become thick ened, rough and cracked; the other parts oi Am plant are now materi ally affected. The fungus is to be seen as a delicate white mould at the edge of the spots on a freshly-dug hall-grown potato, but soon dries up and disappears^ The microscopical sj mres are abundant in the scab spots, and If applied ro ttie suriace of young tubers may produce the condition in from three to leu days. The disease is spread by the spores being carried into new soil with the tubers, aud once in the soil, the fun gus is said to Vie able to survive f...

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 — 22 November 1910

POULTRY POINTERS. Soft-shell eggs moan too fat hena. Prevention is better than cure. Don't keep inore_ hens than rou have room for. '' I'ut the setting hens In the dark corners. Good, clear, dry litter Is the Duly kind to haw on the flood. As table poultry, the duck ranks next to the turkey in quality and price. The next best time for selling ducks, is when they are just large enough to broil. Coal ashes thrown about the ponl- j try house ure sure doath to the b'ood i .sucking miteci. Give le,«s grain and more vegetables and groen food. Do not BtutT your hens, thinking that you can make thorn lay. Throw feod in the litter and make them work for their meals. Havo plenty of grit — tho sharper tlio better. No ono grain will koop fowls in condition ; they must havo a variety. Tiho profitable lion has a dry, well ventilatod clean Jiouao. To ensure fortilo eggs thoro must ho a&e on one sido of the union For tho furnishing of strong chicks nnd profitable progeny. No hotter 'oxtra' ...

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