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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

fi v r\m\n f ? rl ft- f Jl) Li wM U Mil&J li LL MM u unlLtiW li wears better than any oilier 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. Sewar© of Fratads asad Imitations. LAYCOCK, SOU & IETTLET©19 537 KEHT STREET, SYDNEY. Sole Agents for BJ.S.W.

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

MUSICAL EDUCATION FREE. PIANO PLAYING TAUGHT If in a few days. ; Ij ? NEW SIMPLE SYSTEM. ' jfl Generous free Offer. || iHi3i Jl£?'vl-~'|tt§r]f Btrumental- 81 1'jTing liorae in Australian where there ore youiiR Bj people or tlinsr «f iirelrctrii musical education, ni;il H want demonstralnru In nhtist us We will dimributii ffl 500 Systems free of chartfo to tlic first ap- B . nil cants front each district (divided proper- n , lioiiRteiy hctwfiMi the various States and N /,.) who HI .liter trnrhini; ihmiM'lvPB nprec to dnnonotrati- its H- valne Kinone tlnir Intnds. No Canvassing Ne-' if cossary. ? ||. II von nftTp n Piano. Organ or Harmonium ft nr intern! pel ti n^ unc --r would like to learn to B play in u. few days to hundreds ofsonga BE and |iirc««, write at once and be the firxtiu yrnir H distriot/ jend no money. If not first in diutricc H will forwunl full particulars free. Knciom H m*lf addressed envelope and loor.e stamp for reply B aniliiHinc thixnapcr. Addr«« New Century Pub- ...

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

.,'?? THE WORLD OF WOMEN. J I HER WAY. 'Eyes? Well, no, her cyc3 ain't mnch ; Gimhss you've seen a lot o' Buch — Sort --' small an' blue.y-grey. 'Tain't her eyes — it's jost her way Hair ain't black, nor even brown; Got no gold upon her crown ; Sort o' ashy, I should say. 'Tain't her hair — it's jest her way. ''Tain'fc her mouth — her mouth ia wide, Sort o' runs from side to Ride; Kca 'cm better ev'ry day. 'Tnin't her month — it's jest her way. 'Nose I rechonCs nothin' great, Couldn't even ewear it's straight; 'Fact. I feol I'm free to say 'Tain't her nose — it'e jest her way. 'Figgor's plain; complexion's rod; Got no style, I've heard it said ; Never learnt to sing er play Er parley Ff'oricu — it's jest her way. ''' 'Love her? Well, I guess I do 1 Love her mighty fond and true ; ?Jyove her better ev'ry day; Dunno why — it's jest her way.' — Elizabeth Sylvester. ]

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

THE HOUSEWIFE. i Here is tlie House to hold me— cxaxlle tit alj the race ; llnre, iiTiny lord Jtnd my love, here arc my oliihlren dfcar — ! Hero i« the House tMio!o-ing, the dear- j loved dwelling-phut- ; Why uliould 1 ever weary for aught that I find not herel' Mere Jx.tr tlie hours of the day and the hours oi tlie night: Hound with i.lie bands -ii Duty, riv ett-ed tij.-ht ; Duty older than Adam — Duty thnt . mw Acceptance utter and hopeless in the j ryes oi tin1 serving stjuaw. Fik-1 sind the serving of food — that is iny daylong wire ; What and when we shy]] eat, wJwt and how we shall wear ; Soiling and cleaning of tlungs — that j is rny task in the main — Boil them and clean th-',in and soil them — soil them and dean them again. To work at my trade by the dozen and never a trade to know ; To j-lan like a Chinese puzzle — fitting and changing so; ' To thi.i.k of a thousand details, each in a thousand ways ; For my oivn iru mediate people and a possible love and praise. My ;nind i...

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

ENLAItGE YOUR WOULD. To-ciay your world enn Ik- as large as yon want to an«ke it. Into countless thousands of books men have put their experiences and tlieir ideas. Newspapers acquaint the reinotost (jua.rte.r.s of the world with i iJie progieiis antl achievement of its I centres of thought. - Extend your thoughts beyond tJie confines of your place of tnifJoyment. Interest youiself not in your neigh lors and their doings, hut in the achievements of thinking, uwful men in the community and in the nation. Thereby you 'will gain rest from your own woik and an interest in life that will broaden your mentaJ horizon and bring you into a new, great, enjoyable world, uhoh-e exist ence you could never S5ispw:t while talking you:- eternal sh-')i. Every one who loves you Loves to eee yon Kindt'. Loves to see you cheorlul AjcI happy ail the while. Smiling comas so ea:y Do not wear a frown ; ]f you fee) cine rising Alwuys Mi)ile it down.

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

HINTS FOJt THE HOUSEHOLD. Many times a work is more effect ive than a spoon in stirring. To clean sticky dishes : Turn dishes that are sticky bottom side-up in a pan of hot water, and let thorn stand and steam. Thia works like magic: oven buirnl milk and oat-meau will drop from j.he pan, caving the granite uton.til from undue scraping. Save your old carets and take thorn to a good rug maker and havo some rugs made of thorn. Borne of the nicest rugs are made out of old carpets. Nickel tea kettles, tea and coffee pets, always look well. Nothing so easily kept bright. To keep them clean is to keep them brigiht, and they will outlast any other kind. A Iritt-le wood alcoho] added to the rinse water will prevent white silk from yellowing in thb process or washing. To remove all stain fiom tea or coflee jxjt with cold water, add a tea lipooa of baking soda and boil for a lew minutes. There is nothing easier than to re n.ove blackheads, only it takes time, and that is what few women care to...

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

THE MARKING OF UNION. 'liliere is an etiquette eoneernlns: the marking of linen which is as ob scure to the average English school girl as the vagaries of the (.ionium declensions in her grammar-l»ook. In Germany they manage these tilings differently. Whenever a girl can (hold a needle she is taught all llie intricacies of initial embroidery from the smallest 'a'' to the large ''A,' and can pass au examination in fancy stitching before she leaves her schooldays behind her. Every artifle of household linen i,« always marked by hand abroad. Olillfnn;; shops do not imprint ink mono grams, and the most casual Hansfrau would scorn the use of a tablecloth which did not lwas-f at least t-m- large padded letter in one corner.

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

HIGHER DESTINIES. All common things — each day's ' events That with the hour begin and end, Our pleasures -i'd 'iir discontents Are stops by which we may ascend. The heights reached by great men aud kept Were not uttaiucxl by sudden flight; Put they while their companions slept. Were toiling upwards Ln tbe night. Standing on what too loug wo Ivon; With shoulders bent :iud downcast eyes. Wo may discern, unseen before, A path to higher destinies. — Longfellow.

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