RM2AJGBKD–A study in democracy: being an account of the rise and progress of industrial co-operation in Bristol . ^ means of elevators andband conveyors. Behind this building is the provendermill, and adjoining both is the wheat cleaning depart-ment. Here the wheat is washed, dried, and blendedbefore passing into the mill. Crossing the rope race, in. INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATION IN BRISTOL. :)n
RM2AM811J–Fort Wayne with might and main : Indiana's busiest, happiest city / [compiled and published by Ralph EAvery] . KAPPEL BUILDING mfm* MMm^ms.
RM2AKAXKC–The Anatomy and Morphology of the Leaves and Inflorescences of Welwitschia mirabilis . 6 >r c
RM2AWE99H–A hand book of Virginia . ent of the-varied resources of Virginia promises to be an important factor in the futurecommercial growth of Richmond. Many of these resources are only in the earlystages of development and few, if any, are being fully utilized. The James RiverValley, the Northern Neck, the Eastern Shore, the Valley of Virginia, all aboundin farm lands producing cereals, vegetables and fruits nowhere excelled in varietyand quality. In many sections, its grasses afford the finest pasturage for cattle,horse and sheep raising. Its forests, while furnishing great quantities of mercan-tile
RM2ANA3D8–Fruit nouveau, roman . .i-iN Lenfant. .> (Mlilion (^l.ilniiiiicUniverselle, 20, rue St-MarcParis) . . Alici: pKf-iN Justice Paternelle. 4« édition(Lil)rairie Universelle. 20, liicSi-Mare, l^iris EH VENTE A LA MÊME LIBRAIRIE : ROMANS (irsTAVK Borc.iii li Une séance de spiritisme chez Hnysmans LAmour et lAutel . Tangara Contes de la Breumaille LUsure Le sixième livre de RabelaisContes pour René et FernandParoles livrées au vent qui passeRédemption Dlcasse ILvnisii DUBREY (LUCIF.) Hubert Fim.w [) Lmîon.m: Sahi Flégier (Blanche) lu ^|^(.RIEl; 3 50 3 50 r>i:ii I m; ( U/. Mil.I) it(;i. I i
RM2AKA44N–Alphabet du piégeage . uraillemaintes pièces à conviction, pièces, moulages, etc. Il est vrai que nous lavons là par trois millimètresdépaisseur seulement. Tenez, la voici par cinq millimè-tres environ, elle bondit deifroi vers la droite et en avant,si vous considérez la grande extension àiào^l externe,et, cest après lavoir posé normalement, témoin le redou-blement de la molette. Je ne vois pas que la palmatureait porté. Voilà bien encore un doigt externe à son maximum dextension et pas de mem-brane.Reportez-vous au piedde derrière sur un pied dedevant et même constata-tion. (^Page io3, tig.
RM2AN1JEP–Carpenter . when the main case was ter-minated by a settlement of all differencesbetween the parties, the complainant didnot require, and was not entitled, to anycompensation and relief of any other char-acter. The present proceeding necessarilyended with the settlement of the maincause of which it is a part. The court was unanimous in the deci-sion rendered. It was apprehended at the time the deci-sion was handed down that the entire mat-ter was a closed incident, but JusticeWright, from whom a more scathing andvituperative arraignment against the Fed-eration oflicials was never approached in
RM2AJ95WW–Through south Westland, a journey to the Haast and Mount Aspiring, New Zealand . ist; gorgesand foot-hills were cut off by a level band of cloud;nothing to be seen but grey stones near hand, anddistant purplish forest afar, under the soft, billowymist. Later it cleared, and about five oclock wewere riding down to a lovely still ford, lying blueand fair in the sunshine. Long reaches of quietwater stretched under over-hanging trees, leadingthe eye up to distant blue mountains, across whichlay the last wreaths of silvery cloud. Beyond theford the land was cleared, and a few small settle-ments wer
RM2AJDC3B–Some old time meeting houses of the Connecticut Valley . an address delivered atthe two hundredth anniversary of the church des-cribed Dr. Spring as the gentleman, the peace lover,the kind neighbor, the thoughtful friend, prompt,self-forgetful, self-depreciating, honored and loved byall who knew him. The church has had in itsmembership many men of great influence in town andstate affairs. In 1763 a board of elders was insti-tuted, corresponding to the present prudential com-mittee, which consisted of Honorable William Pitkin,governor of the colony, Jonathan Hills, John Pitkin,William Cowles, W
RM2AGEMYG–. Apple growing in the Pacific Northwest; a condensation of lectures, experiments and discussions. if there is any rock you will find it there. Ofcourse, Ave need not expect to find the same depth all over the placebecause sometimes there is a difference of a few feet and one mustalways expect to find some parts of a tract of land which he cannotuse. Besides looking for good depth one wants to get land that hasgood air and soil drainage. Land that is generally rolling is mostlywell drained. That is one point to remember. One of the most com-mon stones that one strikes in looking for depth in O
RM2AFXP7G–. The new New Guinea. snot tame in his home, and not friendly to the whiteeither ; until within the last two years it was almostimpossible for any white man to venture into thewestern river districts except at the imminent risk ofhis life ; and yet, at that very time, men who camefrom the hostile country made excellent workers.One must be content to give it up, as one givesup many problems in this country of living riddles. The men we took on board at Maipua and lateramounted to over a hundred. The little ship waspacked to overflowing with them. They might haverisen any night and massacred the
RM2AWEBEE–A hand book of Virginia . , martial and commercial, of the planet. A signal towernearly 100 feet above sea level warns mariners of approaching storms day andnight. More coal is handled here than any port on the continent, or in the world, except,probably, Berry and Corduy, England. This is perhaps, with Norfolk, the best coaling station on the continent, andits business in this respect has grown to enormous proportions, amounting to3,000,000 tons annually—requiring 65,324 cars, which, if strung together, wouldreach a distance of 457 miles. The record of this port for its coal business isprobab
RM2AJH0CW–A study in democracy: being an account of the rise and progress of industrial co-operation in Bristol . iii*i 1 lilti i ;V Bl L ^ J T. Barnard.L ^ G. Kkai A/h ; 1 m G. Whitp;hi AD. PIONKEKS AND f)l riCIALS OF SIIIKKHAMTON AM) AVONMolTHCO-OPKRATIVK SOCIKTY. INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATION IN BRISTOL. 317 Twenty-five members were enrolled at that meeting,and subscriptions amounting to £30 received; Mr. GilmoreBarnett becoming responsible for £5; and anotherenthusiast £2, the remaining twenty-three /i each. The Provisional Committee quickly got to work, andin a few weeks called a meeting of members to
RM2ANG11T–Over the trails of Glacier National Park . —one of those sudden turns brings Lake Louise, shimmering in all its shades of green,almost below the horses feet. 34 OVER THE TRAILS. St. Mary, with Old Town ,a quarterof a mile away. There was goldexcitement here years ago. All overthe flats are prospect holes, piles ofstones that are enduring monumentsto unfilled expectations, and bleachedwinches giving mute testimony of un-requited toil. Old Town, once a wild,riotous placer camp, is deserted, savefor three human beings. The old loghouses are still there; the saloons anddance-halls, once scenes of
RM2AWFCRR–A hand book of Virginia . shing institution. There is also a Statebank at Falls Church, and a banking institution at Herndon, both doing a finebusiness. Population of county, census of 1910, 20,536. Fairfax, the county seat, is located in the center of the county, midway betweenthe main line and the Washington and Bluemont branch of the Southern railway,and about six miles from each. It is also the terminus of the W., A. & F. C.electric railroad. It is a thriving inland village of 500 inhabitants, with streetswell graded and paved, several public and private schools, churches, Masoniclodges, c
RM2AN80X7–Handbook to the city and University of StAndrews . PLATE VIII.. PLATE IX.
RM2AM7CXH–Carpenter . Fig. 2. inch wide, and from A to C bevel of thick-ness. Thirty Dollars to Phone her Parrot. Listen. This did not happen iu Rome just beforeits downfall. It happened iu the flourishing, demo-cratic United States of America recently.The capitalist papers reported it thus:—Pays $30 to Phone to Parrot— To talk to her parrot in Atlanta, Mrs.W. H. Wall, a society woman of that place,called up over the long distance telephonefrom Cincinnati. The parrot was placed near the mouth-piece and talked quite freely, the conver-sation costing Mrs. Wall $30. Can you conceive of a better way ofspend
RM2AXG2MA–Sur les remparts : poésies . olu,En secouant nos cœurs comme des feuilles mortes.Tout le long des chemins, dis-moi que nous veux-tu ? On se bat pour largent, on se bat pour la vieEt toujours et partout lon narrive quà toi ?Celui qui dit ces mots aux astres se confie,Avec un vœu suprême et son cœur plein démoi ! II Oh ! nous serons obscurs pour ceux qui naiment pas,Pour les rassasiés, fuyards des voix de lâme,Volontaire du rêve et piteux dici-bas,Je ninvoque plus rien que ma mourante flamme : Faible étincelle, hélas ! que souffla linconnu,Et qui nous fait mourir de ciel et despérance,Au pays de
RM2AJGG3R–A study in democracy: being an account of the rise and progress of industrial co-operation in Bristol . s the members have carried on educa-tional work of a varied character, and a NeedleworkClass, with an average attendance of twenty, wassuccessfully conducted during the early days. Dress-making demonstrations have also formed part of theirprogramme. Following close on the Bristol Central was the estab-lishment of Greenbank Branch on May 13th, 1903. Inconjunction with the Educational Council, valuableeducational work has been done by this Branch, especiallyin the direction of organising child
RM2AGE2D1–. Apple growing in the Pacific Northwest; a condensation of lectures, experiments and discussions. l. It is generallytrue that one-half of one per cent of seedlings are affected with thecrown-gall form, and one per cent with the hairy-root form. That isone method. I have stated that disease occurs only at wounds, so anyreduction in the amount of wounds reduces the effect upon the trees inthe form of crown gall in the nursery. It is also found that disease ismore prevalent upon root-grafted trees than upon budded, for the rea-son that less serious wounds are made. It is found that the diseasede
RM2AX0FDN–History of Bengali language and literatureA series of lectures delivered as Reader to the Calcutta University . she immediately exchanged clotheswith Subala and looking like a pretty shepherd-boy,with the shepherds crook in her hand, went to the pa storal erove leaving^ Subala in the house, dis- 6^ .. 1> cruised as a girl. There she saw Krisha lying onthe earth unconscious and took him in her arms.At her touch his senses came back to him ; butwithout looking at her he said O Subala, tell mewhere is my Radha, the soul of my soul? Radhasaid Look at me, I am your devoted servant.You do not rec
RM2AKMJGF–Verses of the Philippines . -the sheer cliffs fall. Tinkle of bells in the distant dell in thedrowsy noon: Song of the earth to the listening soulwhen the worlds in tune: Long, dim aisles with the moss festoonsfrom tree to tree: These and a friend with a kindred soulare enough for me.. Printed by Methodist Publishing Housk Manila. P. I. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LIBKAKY Los AngelesThis book is DUE on the last date stamped below. JUN 6 1955 Form L9-507n-7,54 (5990) 444
RM2AWJEXM–Memoirs of the life and works of Jean Antoine Houdon : the sculptor of Voltaire and of Washington . arms;2 he has come in from his walk, he is fatigued 1 Louis Gonze states that from the Salon books and Sale Catalogue, Houdon musthave made at least six marble busts of Voltaire: first, the three admirable busts, cos-tumed with wig, of the Comedie-Franc.aise, Versailles, and the Ministry of the Interior,the last escaping the sack of the Palais Royal; then the bust draped a Iantique,executed for Catharine of Russia, the model of which is in the Museum at Gotha; abust on a variegated pedestal (Sal
RM2AM5J29–The geology of the Dun Mountain subdivision, Nelson . mooo.+ oa. s>a By Authority ; John Ma^kay, Government Printer..
RM2AXG483–Sur les remparts : poésies . 53, rue Jeanne dArc, 58QUEBEC 1911 PSS57 Droits réservés, Canada, 1911, par Louis-Joseph DOUCET. A LHONORABLE BOUCHER de LaBRUÈRE Surintendant de lInstruction Publique Je dédie ce livre. L-J. D. LE CHATEAU DE BIGOT Il ne nous reste plus quun coin, pierre sur pierre ;Tous les pans sont croules sous les efforts du tempsCest un tas de cailloux, au bord dune clairière,Quune grande forêt protège des autans. Une seule maison est bâtie en arrière, A louest, un champ de blé reverdit ce printemps. Un peu de mousse croît sur lantique poussière, En face, un clair ruisseau sau
RM2AN7MP6–Handbook to the city and University of StAndrews . PLATE XXIV.. Old St. Leonards Church—West End, since 1910. PLATE XXV.
RM2AWFPHR–A hand book of Virginia . steady, the annual value being between $50,000and $100,000. At present the production is very small, but con-siderable activity is now being manifested in the mines of thisbelt, which should yield steady and profitable returns if properlymanaged. Copper ores are found in many counties of the State, but theprincipal areas are three in number: (1) The Virgilina district,including parts of Halifax, Charlotte, and Mecklenburg counties;(2) the northern Blue Ridge region including parts of Warren,Fauquier, Rappahannock, Madison, Page, and Greene counties;and (3) the Southwe
RM2AM869G–Carpenter . lingto raise, chickens. All the success andfailures were put down in Idack and white, 11 (p M ^ |T/ W) M idH YOU? Upton.) just as we would tell the other fellow, and it was accepted. About this time husband became great-ly interested in building, especially withconcrete, and after some study and actualpractice along this line, he began writingshort articles, long articles and series ofarticles, first for the little farm papers,then for some of the leading papers of theday, and nearly everything went. So we have continued to progress untilwe have been able to speak on severallines.
RM2AXK410–The wilds of Patagonia; a narrative of the Swedish expedition to Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and the Falkland Islands in 1907-1909 . Panorama south-west side of Lake Aciga.mi. Tierka del Fuego.. The Winters back. Tierra dei, Fup:go. THE BEAGLE CHANNEL 313 and Quensel very much wanted to see this supposedoutpost of the Andes. Anyhow, it is closely connectedwith the region we had just left. When in December 1903 the members of the AntarcticExpedition returned to Buenos Aires, rescued by theArgentine ship, the Uruguay, Captain Larsen who hadgot news of the Norwegian law against whaling wasable to
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RM2AN82E7–Handbook to the city and University of StAndrews . PLftTE VII.. PLATE VIII.
RM2AM886P–Carpenter . A great advantage for overhead ^vork or where only one hand can be used. Takes all the Attachmentsused in No. 30. Send for Tool Book. Tells you about 35 styles and 75 sizes. A postal brings it. Your dealer sells **Yankee Tools. NORTH BROS. MFG. CO., Fairhill Sta. Philadelphia, Pa. /UFKiN Measuring Tapes and Rules ARE DEMANDED BY WORKMEN OF EXPERIENCEEvery test proves them Auperior to all others. A trial will coDvince you TH£/l/F/ffN/fl/LE(^0. SAGINAW MICH., U. S. A. LONDON,ENG. WtNDSOR. CAN.. trrw sTtrjirr! wo no^ Fred T. Hodgson^ Author, Editor, Architect, known to every reader of
RM2AM6NGM–Carpenter . lll!!!l!i;!!!!!!ll!lil;;;ill!!!!i;!!!l!!!!;;il|V!llll. A Monthly Journal for Ceu-penters, Stair Builders, Machine Wood Workers,Planing Mill Men, and Kindred Industries Entered February 13,1903, at Indianapolis, Indiana, as second-class mall matter, under the Act of Congress of March 3,1S79 Volume XXXI—No. HEstablished in 1881 INDIANAPOLIS. NOVEMBER, 1911 One Dollar Per YearTen C«nts a Copy
RM2AN4KKE–Carpenter . ey, 287 Wisconsin ave. Ottumwa, la.—Geo. W. Ferguson, 511 Jay St. Owensboro, Ky.— Passaic, N. J.—S. Greenwood, Emerald Ilall,State Bt. Paterson, N, .T.—Charles C. Gravatt, NorwoodBIdg., cor. Main and Ellison sts. Pawtucket, R. I.—Theodore Malo, 355 Mainstreet. Pensacola, Fla.—N. Launsbery, Old ArmoryBIdg., Room 1. Peoria, III.—W. W. Reynolds. 319 Mavwood. Perth Amboy, N. J.—Adolf II. Koyen, 230Madison ave. Philadelphia, Pa.—A. G. Hawes, Harry A.Heisler, R. W. Mercer, Louis Weber, JohnBennett. Address of all business agents, 142N. 11th st, Pittsburg, Ja.—Secretary, ,T. C. Klephart,
RM2AX893W–Refrigeration in connection with central stations . Load in percent ofFull Load Output do. 0^: 0^ 0?o :;! : I:!.:!: ? • I—: r : i!; m i—11:., i i 1111111111 m ;) 111 ? 111 m 1111! i i ( | ii i ii 11 m 111111 im 11111 n 11 i.t| i ii 111 n 11111111111 |.j i mj; mi i > Load in percent ofFull Load Output 80 i SO Flore 3 Load Curiae for March
RM2AJ9DGH–Through south Westland, a journey to the Haast and Mount Aspiring, New Zealand . pinnacles of aged snow, Stood sunset-flushd : and dewd with showery drops, Up-clomb the shadowy pine above the woven copse. Tennyson. Those who go to Ross do not usually visit it forpleasure—though I once knew a lady who spent aweek there, but I think it was because she couldnot go any farther. It is strictly a place thatminds it own business, which is gold-getting; andthose who go there, go either directly or indirectlybecause of the gold. It is rather a fascinatingplace, reminding one a little of a French town,w
RM2AM7YYW–Fort Wayne with might and main : Indiana's busiest, happiest city / [compiled and published by Ralph EAvery] . r
RM2AM6N5T–Carpenter . ms wither When misfortunes breezes blow.And my hecrt is filled with hunger For the days of long ago—For the dear, delightful places Where my feet were wont to roam.And the old, familiar faces Of the friends back home. There is naught in fame or pleasure Can the weary heart beguileLike a mothers sweet caresses And a fathers loving smile;Or the clasp of friendly fingers That your pulses leap to feel.When you know behind the greeting Is a heart as true as steel.All the idols I have cherished Long have crumbled into dust,And 1 want to hear the voices That my heart can truly trust. Oh,
RM2AJ80Y0–Installation and test of an International Harvester co gasoline engine . TEST OF I, H, C. GASOLIHE ENGIHB CALIBRATION OP INDICATOR SPRINGSThe indicators which we used were of theCrosby type and for the pressures developed,160 pound springs were found to give the bestcards. We calibrated these springs by air pressure.Por this purpose a fitting was made consistingof three €HTd one-half inch tees connected ina line of nipples. One end of this fittingwas connected to the air line and on the othera valve was connected to regulate the pressure.Into two of the tees the indicators werescrewed and into
RM2AKN32B–Newfoundland in 1911, being the coronation year of King George Vand the opening of the second decade of the twentieth century . Photo.] Marble Head—Humber River. [Honoicay.. Photo.] Paddling along a Steady. lUolloivay.
RM2AXK4KX–Ayrshire year book . Group of AyrshiresOwned by Francis Lynde Stetson, Sterlington, N. Y.
RM2AM7PYJ–Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand . Cork cells. =*— Phellogeh-J:—Phelloderm Phloem2- E. cambium Phloem island. Fig. 6.—Transverse section of stem, showing extra-fascicular cambium ring (E. cambium). In addition to the phloem cylinder, there are phloem islands scatteredabout in the fibrous cells of the xylem, in each case lying just outside thelarge vessels, from which they are separated by only a few fibrous cells. A theory which might account for these phloem islands is this : Theformation of the large vessels consumes time ; while these are forming.the cells each side of the
RM2AJMEDJ–Alphabet du piégeage . ^ ^^^-l-- 244 AI.PIIAHHT I)i; IMKCl^AGH pierre dun poids de deux kilos. De celte façon, em-barrassée par le pièç-c el la pierre, elle se noie bien vite.. Volctlest de Loiilrc.En lournant celle tissure à lenvers, le lecteur verra disliiiclenient. non pluslenipreinte du pied, mais le dessous du pied lui-nunie. — Et cest prudence que ciiercher à la noyer, car elle a les pattes très courtes et se prend souvent par les onyles. Tne pierie, — mais une pierre blanche et à son défaut un chitlbn blanc — attire la loutre, on ])eut donc tendre en i)atterie, autour. dansons maintenan
RM2AJMH9J–Alphabet du piégeage . eux, prétendit Brise-Fer. — Deux, cest beaucoup ! — Ma foi, je dirais plutôt trois que de men tenir à unseul ! Pense donc, mon ami, quun chat grimpe aux nidset quil coule au terrier. Cette dernière incursion nestpas dun g-rand bénéfice pour le renard, les lapereauxagiles trouvant toujours un étroit conduit pour séchap-per. Et puis la <( faction » du chat est autrement préju-diciable au gibier! Le renard guette, soit dans un layon, sous bois, soiten bordure dun champ, à la gueule dun terrier aussi,mais encore est-il à terre; leffroi dun mulot peut aver-tir la faisane q
RM2AM8MG4–Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand . O M ° Trans. N.Z. Inst., Vol. XLIV. Plate XVII..
RM2AM8DCN–Carpenter . PRICE, 30c Patented Useful to all mechanic*—carpenters especially. Takejthe place of the compass, and being very small (cutis two-thirds of actual size), it can be carried in thevesi pocket. ^ Ask your Hardware Dealer for itIf he does not carry them in stock insist that he gel i»for you. Manufactured exclusively by F. BRAIS & CO., 1349 90th St, N, L CLEVELAND, OHIO If you find that you have been wrongdo not fail to say so. No social order can endure permanentlylialf slave and half free.—Abraham Lincoln.. Nicholls New Take Down Square GUARANTEEDACCURATE AND TOREMAIN SO
RM2AWM6DD–Thomas Solley and his descendants : the story of a hunt for an ancestor . Grace E. (Morgan) Millerand Morgan Miller. Frank D. Solley, M. D. Sarah J. E. (Dickson) Solleyand David T. Solley, 2d.George H. Hinman. David Treat Solley, 1st.FOUR GENERATIONS.. HIS DESCENDANTS married George Charming Miller, May 17, 1905, at SherrysHotel, Fifth Avenue, New York, by Rev. E. H. Kenyon,rector of St. Pauls Episcopal Church of Bridgeport, Con-necticut. George Channing Miller, son of Harry D. Miller,born July 13, 1884, at Bridgeport.Children: Morgan Miller, b. June 17, 1906. Harry During, b. Jan. 13, 1908; d
RM2ANHCYC–Gonorrhea in the male : a practical guide to its treatment . FlG. 27. Otis Urethrometer. serted into the urethra the latter should be testedby quickly expanding the extremity to its maximumextent (45 French). This insures the trustworthi-ness of the rubber cover. The instrument is steril-ized, cover and all, and introduced gently down tothe deep urethra, the bulb being at its minimum(15 French). This dilatable bulb is now expandedby turning the revolving cap up to 30 French, asper index, and the instrument gently drawn forwardtoward the meatus (Fig. 28). Any infringementon the urethral caliber
RM2AN56X3–Carpenter . st that was just the thing whenI began my trade, but I also have my fath-ers chest that was practically the same kindof a box and was made some sixty years ago.These boxes as good as they were for yearsand years, are entirely too large for thepresent day and age. For a time, after thebig box was too unhandy for the carpenterto carry the few tools that he needed for dangerous as well as annoying thing for thepeople on the street ear. In fact boxes withthis arrangement became so objectionablethat many of the street car companies re-fused to carry them. To overcome all thesedifiSculti
RM2AM82G9–Carpenter . litan Building. Ban Claire, Wis.—Roy E. Curtis, 825 2d ave. Edmonton, Alta., Can.—J. M. McAfee, 12367th St. Elizabeth, N. J.—J. T. Cosgrove, 605 Elizabethavenue. Elmira. N. Y.—W. D. Miller, Metzger Block,cor. 3d and N. Main. El Paso, Tex.—W. S. Valentine. Ensley, Ala.—W. B. Crumley, Box 769. Erie, Pa.—Martin Rouen, 7 Shaaf Lane. Evansville, Ind.—John Roddy, 1415 E. Iowa St. Pall River. Mass.— Fairfield, Conn.—H. U. Lyman, Box 224. Fargo, N. D.—A. J. McKenzie, 203 12th St., S. Farmington, Mo.—W. J. Dougherty. Fond du Lac, Wis.—Henry Kinkel, 438 Thirdstreet. Port Dodge, la.—B. L. Sch
RM2AFY3BF–. The new New Guinea. . • 156 The labourers welcome home 160 In the lower ranges . . 166 Building a planters house . . . 168 The empty lands . • • 170 vii Vlll THE NEW NEW GUINEA TO FACE IAGE A Papuan high road . ... 172 A plantation holiday . . 176 Cattle farming : Sariba Island . ... 188 Labourers in the gold-fields 190 Carriers on the way to the gold-mines 196 A widows weeds : Fly River 206 Fly River folk .... 208 Willie .... 226 Where Chalmers was killed . . 228 The bones of the murdered missionaries 228 The 6oo-feet-long dubu . . 230 Aird River natives (showing the flat foot of the swamp
RM2AN2T86–Carpenter . of half circle, andtwice E-P is the circle, and a half of E-P isone-fourth of circle, as E-D. Number of Boards to a Sctuare. —10 Feet Long—24 boards 5 inches wide.20 nards 6 inches wide.17 boards 7 inches wide. 15 boards 8 inches wide. 13 boards 9 inches wide.12 boards 10 inches wide. —12 Feet Long—20 boards 5 inches wide. 16 boards 6 inches wide. 14 boards 7 inches wide.12 boards 8 inches wide.11 boards 9 inches wide.10 boards 10 inches wide. 46 THE CARPENTER To space out any numtier of details, suchas balusters or pickets, the thickness orwidth of same being given. If a limitednu
RM2AFXJB7–. The new New Guinea. , I was careful to put on hobnailed boots anda dress that had seen so much service as to be inca-pable of further damage. It is not in silk attire thatone must walk the bush country of Papua. The boat landed myself and a friend on a narrowstrip of shore backed up by primaeval forest countrystanding on its hind legs—the usual conformation ofthe bush. A small red scratch ran through it. Thiswas called the track. 1 did not call it a track : whatI did call it at various times during the day thatfollowed I should prefer not to repeat. It was almostentirely composed (like the d
RM2AKAP8G–The midsummer of Italian art . pinion has decided otherwise; andI think the sense of penitence is sufficiently ex-pressed by the shadow on her face and the rugged-ness of the scenery; for she appears to be recliningon stony ground. It is such contrition as Correggiohimself might have felt from his sensitive conscience,in a life comparatively pure and blameless. He is credited with having been the first to intro-duce the modern method of painting hair by a kindof shorthand; by which much labor is saved and asoft and natural appearance attained without draw-ing too many fine lines. The hair of t
RM2AWEK5K–Merz's practical cutting system for ladies' jackets and cloaks .. . s, and is the same additionas Diagram III. Transfer the back seams to the front shoulder seams, as29, 36, 34 to 30, ^y, 35. From bust height, L, to 43 anti Lto 44 is each ^/jo bust. On drafts with three darts on leave the front center linestraight. From M to N is J^ waist; from N to O is V12 bustless y2 inch, to be cut out; from O to i is V12 bust less y>-inch; from i to 2 is V12 bust less 3/2 inch, to be cut out; from2 to P is Vi2 bust less J/i inch, as from O to i ; from P to Ois the balance of the waist surplus from 21 t
RM2AM84PH–Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand . s,all which lends to the view that the sclerenchymatous ring is an extendedsheath. The phloem consists of several layers showing deeply staining sieve-tubes,and companion cells ; sieve-plates, where cut through, show very fine pits. Ironside.—Anatomical Structure of N.Z. Piperaceae. 341 The cambium shows especially well the tangential divisions for woodand bast formation. The cambial or merismatic region is continuousround the stem in the outer ring, though it is only where the cambial layerpasses through the bundle that it gives rise to wood
RM2AJ6HPK–Keese family history and genealogy, from 1690 to 1911 . stalled several times in the mud. Shebrought two good cows and a pony that my brother Jonathanand one John Frame rode and walked by turns, and drove thecows. And they were all glad to join Father in their new homein the woods. It was a small cabin with a wide porch on thenorth side. In this cabin I wa.i born, and some of the otherchildren. There was an addition built to it later on to meet theneeds of the growing family, and school. was held in it, taughtby Ellis Davis. About the year 1862 a frame house was builtand the cabin abandoned. O
RM2AM85FT–Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand . ng meta-morphic rocks outcrop in places as the base of the range on the north-eastside, the most extensive outcrop being on the foreshore of the harbourfrom Henderson Street for a distance of 37 chains towards Starling Wild.—Geology of the Bluff. 319 Point. A study of the rocks in this locality, together with those ofTewaewae Point, reveals the nature of the met amor phi sm, though the gapin the series occupied by the mouth of the harbour cannot be bridged ina manner absolutely satisfactory. The origin of Bluff Harbour and Awarua Bay, as well
RM2AKMRMN–Newfoundland in 1911, being the coronation year of King George Vand the opening of the second decade of the twentieth century . ly dowering the Island withnatural beauties. From the hills above the Narrowsone views a seascape rarely equalled. The mighty oceanstretches away below ones feet, sheer to the Irish coast.On the horizon float the fishing flotillas. Within a fewmiles are typical fishing villages, perched in coves andcrooks, which delight the artists heart. Well-tilledvalleys and wooded hills strike the eye on every hand,beautiful smiling pastoral country is disclosed by drivesin the su
RM2AJGYE8–A study in democracy: being an account of the rise and progress of industrial co-operation in Bristol . ,, 1895 to 1896. ,, A. Kelsey 2 ,, 1903 to 1905. SECRETARY. 1S92 to 1900.1900 to 1901. .Mr. J. H. Bugler 7J years A. C. Barnard | ,, A. E. Plumley I ,, 1901. J. Haigh 3 ,, 1901 to 1903. R. Anderson 2 ,, 1903 to 1905. J. CiEORGE I „ 1905. AUDITORS. -Mr. G. Gait 7^ years 1893 to 1901. ,, J. White 4 ,, 1901 to 1905. Also served one or two quarters each :— Mr. A. Barnard. „ E. Matthews. ,, W. Smith. „ J. MORCOMBE. „ E. T. Robinson. „ G. Barnard. ,, 1I. Burt. Mr. G. Whitehead.G. Kelsey. E. E. Ga
RM2AM82YH–Carpenter . t, R. B. Scott, 35 New-port ave., Newport, R. I.; secretary, M. E.Sanborn, 182 Glenwood ave., Pawtucket,R. I. Texas—President, R. S. Greer, Beaumont,Tex.; secretary, J. E. Proctor, 833 Colum-bian St.. Houston, Tex. Reflected Joy Where the shadows thick are falling Over lives bowed down with care,With thy ministries of mercy Make a little sunshine there;In thy hearts sore disappointment When lifes trials most annoy,Lift and bless some fallen brother— Thou Shalt find reflected joy. Grief and care may be thy portion Through the overburdened years.But when life is darkly clouded Neath
RM2AKMTK8–Verses of the Philippines . WHENEER I DREAM OF YOU Wheneer 1 dream of you. my Love.My long-lost Love, and dreaming, wake.The sordid, tropic life a momentHolds aloof, and all the commonSounds are glorified, and takeThe tone that only Youth and LoveCan give upon a scented morn. The Heaven born muse descendsA brief heart beat, to set my thoughtsTo rythmic pace. Your perfumed breathSweeps oer me as the fingersSweep a harp. And all my soulResponds, wheneer 1 aream of you.. the churchward plodding crowds. A PHILIPPINE CHRISTMAS The cracked and clanging barrio bells ring out in wild discord. To tell
RM2AKMWT9–Verses of the Philippines . and are rollowed by servile feet. Back, to the land where the free soul strives for the altru-istic view, That brightens the sordid things of life and carries the tiredheart through. When the low-hung clouds have a sable side and the silverlinings gone. And only the faith of a tireless seer can carry the worker on. Back, to the very edge of Things, where life flows smoothand sweet. Where the strong connmand with a god-like hand and arefollowed by servile feet. Where the ultimate test is the power to do and to justifythe race That has undertaken to raise the Ruled in
RM2AWENWR–Merz's practical cutting system for ladies' jackets and cloaks .. . O is V12 bust to be cut out; from O to P is ^/^abust; from P to O is the balance of the front waist surplus21 to M = 2;>4 inch on this draft. From V to W is J4 inchmore than from M to N; from W to X ^ inch more thanfrom N to O to be cut out; from X to Y is 14 inch more thanO to P; from Y to Z is the balance of the hip surplus 22 to V= 3 inches on this draft. Then draw the guide lines from 9 to M ; from M to V;from the first dart point 43 to N; from N to W; from 43 to O ;from O to X; and from the second dart point 44 to P; f
RM2AKK47P–Character building and reading; a correlation of the facts of psychology and physiology in their relation to soul discipline and physiognomy . he answer came back, Thestruggles which you feared would result fa-tally are Natures method of strengthening thewings. Without these struggles full develop-ment can not take place. Your well-meantinterference will result in your butterfly crawl-ing through its breif existence, instead of soar-ing aloft as Nature intended. Our struggles make us strong. Withoutthem we are apt to crawl, rather than soar.There is real and abiding joy in wresting suc-cess fr
RM2AMXPBJ–Carpenter . AUGUST 1911 laborsFoes areMan-kindsEnemies U] dluli =^^^sa jS^i GOODELL MITRE BOX MADE OF STEEL—CANNOT BREAK. First in Quality andImprovements Automatic siops for holding: up saw. Corrugatedbacks. Graduated Gauge for duplicate cuts and manyother ieatures UNION MADE SEND FOR CIRCULAR F GOODELL MANUFACTURING CO. Greenfield, Mass. Another New YANKEE PUSH BRACE, No. 75 Drives Wood Augeri up to % in. easier and quicker than a Bit Brace.Drives or Draws Screws, and takes all the small tools used in a Bit Brar«. A fine tool for crowded corners. Bearing down on handle drives the tool, givin