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" ... large stones may be placed in rack-and-pinion order, ends up. There should be a space of at least two inches between the stones filled with fine concrete, and all firmly rammed. The outer shell of fine concrete should always be kept built up six inches... "
Annual Report of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors - Page 190
by Association of Ontario Land Surveyors - 1900
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 6

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1902
...always be kept built up six inches or so in advance of the rubble work. The rubble should be laid is layers, and each layer well flushed with a layer of...making the curbing or casing should be dressed, tightly fltt?J and firmly braced, so that the concrete may be well rammed into place. The framework should...
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Sessional Papers, Volume 37, Part 7

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1905
...concrete should al^ajs Le kept Luilt up six inches or so in advance of the rubble work,. The rubble should be laid in layers, and each layer well flushed with a layer of fine concrete. Wet or Dry Concrete. The amount of water to be used in mixing concrete is a subject of some controversy,...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 7

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1906
...concrete should always be kept built up six inches or so in advance of the rubble work. The rubble should be laid in layers, and each layer well flushed with a layer o* fine concrete. >ature of Work. i Broken Stone. Cement. Sand. Gravel. (1 1 Bridge abutments and piers...
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Biennial Report of the State Highway Commissioner, Volume 2

Michigan. State Highway Dept - Roads - 1909
...concrete should always be kept built up six inches or so in advance of the rubble work. The rubble should be laid in layers and each layer well flushed...that the concrete may be well rammed into place. The framework should be closely boarded up against the work as it proceeds. The centering for the arch...
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