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Page 340 - Woodworking Machinery. WOODWORKING MACHINERY; its Rise, Progress, and Construction. With Hints on the Management of Saw Mills and the Economical Conversion of Timber. Illustrated with Examples of Recent Designs by leading English, French, and American Engineers.
Page 334 - The. By WD POOL. This book, as its title implies, deals especially with the abstruse calculations natural to the St. Petersburg Standard, and will be found the most concise, reliable, and comprehensive handbook, on the subject yet published. ABRIDGED CONTENTS. What a Petersburg Standard Contains. Prices of all sizes of battens and deals, per lineal foot, with the corresponding price per Petersburg Standard. Price per cubic foot, per load, and per Petersburg Standard. Prices per 120 pieces 12 ft....
Page 337 - ... of every Timber Merchant's Office. A complete Ready Reckoner for all branches of the Timber Trade. Price 2s. 6d. The Timber Merchant's and BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR'S CALCULATOR. By JOHN ROBERT BARKER. WILLIAM RIDER & SON, LIMITED. Timber Trades Journal Office, 164, ALDEKSGATE STREET, LONDON, BC 14 On Card, price 6d.
Page 326 - Edition, 226 pp., price 35. 6d. The Trees of Commerce. By W. STEVENSON. A Practical Manual, giving within reasonable limits, and in a popular form, an account of the trees that yield the staple of the British Timber Trade, with the uses to which they are applied. " Gives within reasonable limits and in a popular style, an account of the trees that yield the staple of that important branch of British commerce, the trade in home-grown and imported timber.
Page 332 - Archangel, indicating the position of the loading ports and mills. The Swedish portion is arranged under shipping districts, and the Norwegian, Finnish, and Russian sections under the ports of shipment. A complete alphabetical list of the marks is given in a second arrangement, and the figures which appear in the second column of this arrangement indicate the pages in the first portion on which the shipper's name, port of shipment, and other information relating to each particular mark will be found....