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CARE IN SHOEING HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

CARE IN SHOEING HORSES. The one detail in the care of hor ses which should receive the most careful attention to their shoeing. Be fore the new shoe is put on see to it that the walls of the hoof are redu ced to the proper proportions, such as would have occurred through fric tion if no shoe had been worn. Have the shoe fitted accurately to the outlines of the foot, not the foot to the shoe. Cutting away the hoof to lit the shoe makes the Lorn brit tle. Do not allow the wall to be ras- ' ped for apparences' sake. This des troys the horn tubes and permits so much evaporation that the wall be comes brittle. The sole should not be touched with a knife; it is there for protec tion and cannot be too thick. The bars should not be cut away; they are part of the wall and are intended to support weight. And, last, the frog should not be tampered with, but left to attain its full growth.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT A HORSE AT ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

NOT A HORSE AT AI-H. i Little Muriel flew into the house, ,' f'u.--ied and breathless. 'Ob. mother!' she cried, 'don't s'-old me for being late to tea. for I bad such a ' disappointment ! A horse fell down and they said that they were going to send for a horse | doctor, so of course, I had to slay. \ And alter I'd waited and wailed, lie came, and oh, Mother, wiiiat do you think? It wasn't- a horse doctor at all. It was only a man!'' Manager: '\Yh:it qualifications ^ have you for tin* ]-osit-!o:i of night £? watciiin in?' ff^ Applicant: 'Why, I wako at tho . least noi.'.e.'

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HERD-TESTING IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

HERD-TESTING I-N NEW ZEALAND. The following table of the May testa of the Dalefield 'Cow-Testing Association is Interesting if only by wny of comparison: — A Highest Individual Lowest Individual ** £ . yield fnt rnlcii- yield, enlculnted ?£ . £ Herd Averages. luted for woiitli. for niontli. . a S ° G ^y Milk. lb. Tost. Fnt, lb. Milk, 11). Tost. Fat, 11). Milk, 11). Tent. Fnt, 11). 2. 33 300 5.20 10.21 801 3.0 34.7.-1 78 0.0 4.08 3. 34 . 227 4.C0 10.01 385 4.5 17.33 30 4.3 1.0S 4. 21! 307 4.83 17.74 527 5.3 27.03 233 4.1 0.H5 fi. 3t 4.81 4.(!t 22.M 1325 3.0 fil.OS «'J 7.0 4M (i. 30 .101 4.44 17.37 (W0 4.0 20.20 124 3.5 4.34 7. 30 . 420 4.03 10.40 720 4.0 33.5.1 178 5.2 0.20 H. 20 24S B.10 12.(52 .410 4.5 18.80 124 r 4.8 5.05 0. 23 202 5.18 15.00 510 5.0 25.05 02 0.3 3.81 10. 13 003 4.46 30.01 1085 4.5 48.83 400 3.8 18.85 11. 10 418 4.73 21.17 030 4.5 41.85 147 5.0 8.23 12. 40 427 4.50 10.C0 (7T4 4.8 32.35 12-i 4.8 . O.!-5 IX 18 330 5.35 17.07 527 4.7 24.77 170 0.2 .10.54 14. 20 052 4...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cattle Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

1 Cattle Bogs. 1 1 £ ' By ROBT. KALRSKI. | Tn travelling nbout this country handling stock, no observant person can fnli to be struck, both on prac tical and humantarian grounds, with the amount of suffering entailed on ' our dumb animals by the use of bad : dogs, either cattle or sheep. Con fining myself, in this article, to re marks ou the former, how often will it be noticed of anyone handling cattle, especially in the old settled districts, that instead of one well bred good-working dog handling fiiem without noise or trouble, the , drover will have about half a dozen mongrels which worry and harass the unfortunate creatures almost, to madness, and necessitate a constant How of blasphemy and whip-work from the frenzied drover to get the / mob to its destination? Residents V on the travelling routes between -\ Fleinington and Glebe Island, or Flemington and Canterbury, can feelingly endorse my remarks on i Il.is point, especially if, as some times happens, they Jiave been u li ab...

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 — 27 July 1910

A WONDERFUL VEGETABLE. FRESH FROM FRANCE. f- We all know the .story of 'JackT **?H and the Bean Stalk.' and how thetv, .' % bean grow in a single night $%-?? Now wo have a bean that does nor*''-'', grow in a night, but it takes tlnv '' place of l-0 ordinary French beai£ plants, and is a bettor all round bo:n Jo The name of this boan is 'Epicure 'liStii moaning luxurious and dainty eateit *-*R height of 0 foot, and crops vorv ^** heavily. The ground should bo manured and dm: deeply, making if; ns lighf as possible. In dry weather keep the boan growing by mulching and watering. Send V- to the Australian Mail Trading Co., Hamilton-street, Syd ney, and a packet of beans will bo posted to you.* 1

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHOD IN FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

METHOD SN FAREVIINC. ft Addressing the other day a meet ing of the Nantawarra branch of the South Australian Farmers' Bureau, Mr. Dall emphasised the necessity for methodical working on a farm. There were greater facilities to-day than ever before, he said, for a far mer to carry out bis work iu a sys tematic manner. Various tasks could i be performed at an opportune time and under favourable circumsraiK es. One of the most important mn slderations on a farm was the pro per dealing with fallow. While it was quite right to get on to the pre- . paratiou of fallow as expeditiously as possible, it was a great misia!;« to allow, as the result of un.lue haste, ploughing in wet weather. Heavy land ploughed in wet weal her did not pay, and many acres i-oiild *' soon be spoiled by doing it. ll-.r^y places formed by ploughing in the wet, when worked down, would turn up lumpy and open, and tin? result was very noticeable at harvest time. If a farm hand was set to plough the fallow, due supervi...

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 — 27 July 1910

The Safe & Rapid Way of Castof lag A tiplendid instrument, handsomely finished and easily cleaned. Write for it to-day ; also for our list ol other Veterinary Appliances. The old way wan neither safo nor ofliciVnt- Tbc approved way provonte loss of slock, is mln, lijjjinniu, handy, and expedite* tho work. Thin i* b» iiaing It is tho beat known instrument for castrating Honiw, Colts, Bulls, or Rama. The upper bludu is solid m-A passes through the lower blndo, which is funesiraind and so finished that tho cord is crushed l-cfoit- buinj severed, thus preventing h.-cmorrliago. '? HFMYSi? iffiSflTtlERS Sureical and Veterinary ; M&llll&n ESSfiW 8 Bmina — Instrument ISakers — \ 231 GEOBGE STREET. SYDNEY-.

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 — 27 July 1910

Hlyh-Orade iH Greener W. C. Scott Purdey Boswel! Cashmore Holiis VV. H. Poliard KoUowsy & Naughton Glabrough & Johnson And all Noted Makers. Shooters in search of n thoroughly reliable Kngliah-madc gun, vhrthor new or second hand will do well to fionsu'.t U3 about the iin.ttci'. We have the largest and best aiboried stock in Sydney for you to st-Icct from, at prices to suit ovcry jiuiso, tiud we guarantee complete satisfaction. REPAIRS EXECUTRIX CHARGES MODERATE. W. GRAHAM, Mmk?, 60 QUZEM VICTORIA MARKETS, SYDNEY. Write for Cata'.oguo — Po3ted Free. J

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 — 27 July 1910

Post Free A Meat Folding Leatherette Post Free People in the Country when sending to Sydney for goods have al ways to con sider the postage or freight on auch goods. Of times the car riage charges exceed the cost of goods. To nave excess ive postage on writing material we have inven ted tins neat Folding Writing PaJ. Besides saving postage, it keeps letter writing material together and this is a distinct ad vantage. Purchasers of the Pad w ill get real genuine value, and we await orders. Let yours bo amongst the first. Post Free 3/€i ISiiSlss^sSsss J ^^s &| ^^ rc % / \ fc, P^fe- . ijji Please out this adverl-isorasnt out nnd send with 3/6 to— WILLIAM BROOKS & CO., LTD., Stationers and Printers, ?7 Castlereagh Street ? SYDNEY. The Pad is very neatly and strongly made and contains — 100 Sheets Writing Paper 50 Envelopes 6 Postcards 1 Box Nibs 2 Lead Pencils 1 Penholder 1 Will Form 1 Packet Ink Powder. There is enough Ink Powder to make One Pint , of Ink. A pint bottle ...

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 — 27 July 1910

mSSm'.t s*-^ even thougli connected by telephone | JBmmk \ is not of much use in the case of | ^B&Bmt - Jy accident or sudden illness. You want | MuBrnF Wm ' assistance right on the spot- -then j (TWO VOLUMES). ? g ??? ? ' ? ' ? N ? Dr. Muskett (the author) saw the need of proper medical assistance in the country I and g ive this work to Australia. I ? Lady Dudley's Bush-Nursing Scheme further emphasizes this need and the 'Medical 1 Guide' fills it — at any rate until the doctor can be got. I It tells how to treat cases of accident or illness in marvellously simple language. I Dr. Muskett's experience was gained in. Australia and his work treats of diseases and » maladies as they occur in Australia. - ? . \ Possessors of 'The Guide' all speak enthusiastically about it— here is what Mr. Edmund \ Clifton of Enmore, Uralla, says : — u There is no question about its usefulness in a home, especially | in a country one, where there is no doctor close. It is really a wonderful work...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BEST PIG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

TIIK BEST PICI. Discussing the question of the best pig for thi! eurer, Mr. Watt confirms the opinion of the best men in the business in this island, that the cro.ss between the Tnniworth and the Berk shire is the best, but he does not . favour using the former as the sow, preferring to uso it as the hoar. This for thft reason that us the Tnniworth has the most desirable carcase and is the strongrr type, it Is advisable to ' usa it as the sire. lie says it is a mistake to use ;i purebred sow. Tills should preferably be a three-quarter bred Berkshire. The pure Taimvorth on ii Ihree-qunrter Berks). Ire has ? pvoduced the best baconers he liiis ' -»vor soon, giving the desirable line : shoulder. good liam and even j 'lengthy side. — Canterbury Times.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dairy. (Continued from page 7.) POINTS OF THE JERSEY. THE COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

.{----The -Dairy. I i#;, (Continued from page 7.) '? ^POINTS OF THE JERSEY. [ !-!:|1 THE COW. V!, I'ojnts. ? H;--Hoatl— -Small and loan ; face j --'? dished, bread between the eyes j ♦»: and narrow between, tho i horns ? '...... ? 2 ' 2. Eyes— Full ajid pOacid. Horns ; -r — small, crumpled and amber oolorcd '. ? 1 ij^S. Neck — Thin, rathor long, with clean throat, ? and not honvy at thes houlders ? 8 *'&. Back — Level to tho setting en of tail. ? 1 5. I/oins — Broad across ? 6 6. Barrel — Long, hooped, broad and deep at tho flank ? 10 ?7. Hips — Wido apart : rump lonn II) f 8. Logs-Short ? 2 9. Tail— Fine, reaching tho hocks, with good switch ? .... \ .10. Hide — Mellow; inside of ears , yellow ? ; ? o I '11. Hind Uildoi— Full in ' form and well up behind ? 11 12. Fore Udder — Full in fcirm and not fleshy ? 13 13. Teats — Rather large, wido apart and squarely placed .. 10 14. Milk Veins— Prominent ? -r- 15. Disposition — Qu.ict ? 5 1G. General appearance and ap^ parent const...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUALITY OF OATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

QUALITY OF OATS. So much depends upon the quality of oats that a- horse in hard work gets that it Is surprising to find to many owners purchasing inferior grain, because, as they say, they cannot afford the best. Such economy is by far the most expen sive in the long run, as it Is obvious that oats which are lioarly one-third husk cannot nourish the horse that consumes them to the same extent that a heavier grain will do. It may be said that no oats under 401b aro of real service to the owners of horses In work, and oats which have sprouted, or which are .in a dirty state, or which have boon hardly harvested, should be eschewed. Light beans or peas are also of lit tle use for horses, 'and should be at least a year old, and in good condi tion, not full of holes, as some will be found, owing to insects having got at them and eaten the kernels. To got the best reports of the Homebush market take 'Tho Stock and Station Journal.' Excellent articles on sheep and wool aro published in 'The...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILK-FED HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

MILK-FED IIOUSK. The milk-fed horse Azote, which ' ., ra'n in the Derby hist year, and also - In important races Iii France, Bel ,.giuni, and Gerniany, was lately kil led at the veterinary col lego, Alfort, by order of its owner, Mr. llat nuiker. 'for -.scientific investigation. The 'skeleton is to be preserved and the stomach, heart, and lungs care fully examined. Azote was taken from its mother when twenty-six j days old, and raised anil trained ! during four hud a half years, ox- j clusivoly on deslcatod milk, water. \ and -a very small daily ration cf ; hay. Unfortunately, in his firs-t i Bteeplechaso, at St. Ouon last ye;ir. ! Azote put his foot in a hole. ' lie ? was so severely injurivl that it was j recently decided to sacrifice him f - r i scientilic study. i

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATION BOOK-KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

STATION BOOK-KEEPING. In our last Issue, wo drew the attention of our renders fo 'Station Book-keeping, a Treatise on Double Entry Book-keeping for Pastornlists and Farmers. 3rd edition, by F. K. Vigars. F.C.P.A.' The result lias boon an increasing demand for the work. Those who have not secured a copy and who would like to hnvo their affairs sot oi?t in n business like manner, would do well to do so 1 lie work, which Is now In its sixth thousand, does not confine Itself solely to book-keeping, but has a very useful appendix on Measurements of Tanks, Rules for Measurements of Excavations, Land Measurements in regular aud irregular shaped amis silos, etc.. nlso Timber Measurements and other useful helps in estimating quantities. There Is also n sum' mary of the main features to bo re ' membered when making agreements in connection with- fencing, netting fences, attaching netting to old fen ces, removing old fencing, sinkfn' bores, etc. With the assistance or this appendix, any practi...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR BOOK COLUMN BOOKSTALL PUBLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

.OUR BOQK COLUMN Ky THE EDITOR. BOOKSTALL PUBLICATIONS. Steele Itudd goes merrily on. Here is another bbo'fc by him : 'On an Australian Farm.' One of his good natured, good humoured, fanciful families is depicted in various atti tudes under various more or less trying conditions. The humor this time is rather far-fetched ; still, there are some laughable situations and remarks. Possibly, if you felt at peace with the world at the time, von would Iniiirh vour wav right through the book. It in very light, ard easy reading. The characters are well-sustained throughout and they will 'probably be talked about. Price 1/3 post free. Our copy from the New South Wales Bookstall Co., George-street, Sydney. 'Ubique, the Scientific Bushrang er' (by Clarence Marten) is a piquant yarn. Ubique. badly treated, resolves to get even with a Sydney j detective. Being peculiarly gifrcd ,j^ and blessed with a lively imagina- 'M t.ion, ho leads his man a merry chase. ,J-| Up to Brisbane In a 'good ship.' ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SECRET OF CONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

THE SECRET OF CONTENT. 'A little toil and a little rest. And a little, more earned than spent, Is sure to bring to an honest breast A blessing of glad content. And so. though skie^ may frown or smile. Be diligent, day by day: Rewaids shall greet you after a whilo If you just keep working away. An Irish farmer recently went into an ironmonger's shop to purchase a scythe. After serving him the shop man asked him if he would buy a bicycle. 'What is that-?'' queried the Irish man. ^ 'It's a machine to ride about the , town on.-' 'And shure, what m-ciight the price of it be ' 'Fifteen pounds.' 'I'd rather see fifteen pounds in a ooo.' _ 'But what a fool you would look riding round the town on the back of a cow !' 'Shure now,'' replied the Irish man, 'n-rvt half such a fool u-s I'd look trying to milk a bicycle!' 'The Illustrated Australian Medicai Guide' does not contain Latin, Greek, and other embrassing phrases st- characteristic of other (now ob so etei medical works.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE LEISURE HOUR THE EVOLUTION OF FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

111 FOR THE LEISURE HOUR Iff t4 ? _ ? _ *** T1IE EVOLUTION OF FASHION. When hoops adorned niiladi fair ? A nuisance they wore found. One ran against them everywhere— TGie hoops were always round I For women's suffrage, failure clear Was frequently predicted ; For by til's fashion, (o lier sphere Each woniau was restricted. When hoops wo lit, out, some fevered bra iu The hustle then designed, And women's fashions it was plain Wore getting quite behind. Tho bustle also saw its day. Tho' to it they adhered For years, and \\1ien it passed away, ' The clinging dress appeared. And as this suited old aud young 'Twas worn without demur; ' To fashion woman long had clung — Now fashion clung to her. The cleanest sweep in many years The trailing gown was found, But. realising all our fears, Was run quite to the ground. Next, sleeves that put balloons to shame, Or nmtton-legs resembled. Became the rage, and bachelors And benedicts both trenibli'd For fear that wives or sweethearts ? fair Would ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO BURY GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

TO BURY GORDON. The steamers — screws, paddles, stern-wheelers — went on their steady way up the full Nile. Past the noiViiern fringe of Oindiirmnu where the sheikh came nut with the white ting, past the breach where we went in to the Khalifa's stronghold, past the Malidi's tomb, past the swanip roott\i palms of the Island. It was Sunday morning, and that furious Friday (the day ot the Baal i-i1 Onulurnian. September 2, l-sUS) seemed already half a life time behind us. The volleys had dwindled out of our ears, aud the smoke out of our nostrils; and to day we were going to the funeral of Gordon. After nearly fourteen years the Christian soldier was' to have Christian burial. On the steamers there was a de tainment of every corps,' white or black or yellow, that had taken part in the war. Every white officer that could be spared from duty was there, fifty men picked from each British battalion, oue or two from each unit of the Egyptian army. That we were going up to Khar tum at all wa...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BE A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 23 August 1910

BE A GIRL. _ Young lady, don't too formal, too chlp-ou-the-shouldery. If you , aren't a masculine success, maybe it's a tendency in that directioa that's to blame. Try to overcome it - without going too far in the other direction. Don't be a prude, but be a nice, jolly, self-respecting girl., and I believe, with all my i'leart. your own shall come unto you aud that it will be worth waiting for.

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