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Title: S.A. mining and engineering journal
Year: 1891 (1890s)
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Subjects: Mineral industries Mining industry and finance Mines and mineral resources
Publisher: Johannesburg
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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Small Stuffing BoxesNeed the Right Packing because the amount of packing Is smalland is more likely to burn out or harden. PALMETTO- does not burn out., its made of heat resisting materials. It does not harden, because each single strand contains lubricant. G-IV^ES LOnSTG- S E K ^V^ I O E by unstranding any size valve packed from one spool of Palmetto Twist. LET US SEND YOU A SAMPLE FREE. GREEN E,TWEED&Co. Sole Manufacturers, 41, Tothill St., Westminster, London, S.W. CARRIED IN STOCK BY BARTLE & CO., LTD., JOHANNESBURG.E. W. TARRY & CO., KIMBERLEY.

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.Tnhnnnfshiirf,, Mar. 13, 1015 THE SOUTH . AFBTCAN MINING JOURNAL. Rhodesian Section. LATEST MINING NEWS. Rezende Mines—Bucks Reef—Falcon Mines^ Charter Trust—Chamber of Mines Report against £6,874. The net revenue, including J£6,663 brouglitforward, is £43,821. After providing for preference divi-dend, less income tax, the directors recommend a final divi-dend on the ordinal^ stock at the rate of 2 per cent, perannum, making 3 per cent, for the year, less income tax.The balance to cany forward is £6,821. The balance of losson sales of investments is £702, against a profit of £9,^89in 1913. This balance has been charged to reserve account.The reserve accounts have been consolidated. From theamount standing at their credit, £70,000 have been writtenoff: Balance above-mentioned, £702; discount and expensesm connection with the issue of 4| per cent, debenture stockat 98, £3,881 ; ntli.-.. f.nniture and fittings, £771. The bal-ance at credit is tci.ci;!. In the absence of

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Title: Review of reviews and world’s work
Year: 1890 (1890s)
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Publisher: New York Review of Reviews Corp
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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btiMJOXHQ IT I.HTO LOtUTProm llM Pioneer Prit$ %. V»M WHERE WILL IT END.^From the Leader (Cleveland) creasing the membership will be considered,and methods of getting more prompt actionin such situations as was created by the ap-plication of the railroads for higher rates.The commission will go straight into thequestion whether the carriers are obtainingrates which maintain their credit at a pointenabling them to give a proper service tothe public; and it will report on the wisdomof the present dual regulation of rates andother matters by the States and the FederalGovernment. The last point is a sore onefor the railroads. They are unanimous intheir desire to be freed as much as possiblefrom the restricting and often conflictinglaws of forty-eight regulators, and muchprefer to take their chances under centralregulation at Washington. ,^ . .. As to the feasibility of Govern-tnnof Govern- iiiciit Ownership, the commissionWill itKiuire into the emcuiuy;iiiil economy of the pres

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Title: Annual Catalog
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Race (Greensboro, N.C.)
Subjects: College publications–North Carolina–Greensboro.
Publisher: Greensboro (N.C.): Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Race.
Contributing Library: North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
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ven in the analysis of soils, fertilizers and feedingstuffs, the object being to acquaint the student with the chemical com-position of soils, fertilizers and feeding stuffs, so that he may intelli-gently make use of reports and bulletins of experiment stations deal-ing with the chemical composition of various agricultural products. SPRING TERM—PROF. BLUFORD. Course VII.—Animal Toxicology. Two credits. Requiredcourses I, II, III and IV Chemistry. Lectures are given on the poisonous plants and insects injurious tostock; the symptoms of poisoning by paints, pigments, insecticides,matches and vermin poison; the sources, elimination, and antidotes ofstock poison, etc. While the courses have been arranged so that the student can enterat almost any time ^beginning of any term) and yet find subjects thathe can pursue advantageously, all are nevertheless advised and urgedto take the subjects required for graduation in the agricultural course,if possible, according to the following scheme:

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Painting and dec< Machinist work. Shoe and Harness Heating, plumbing an! Students in this department will begin free-hand and mechanicaldmwing in the Fall term of the first year. They will be required tomake a regular graduated set of models and exercises in the variouslines they pursue, from drawings furnished by the department, afterwhich they will design their own work, under the supervision of theinstructors in charge. All work will b^, executed from drawings inorder to familiarize the student with the preparation of and readingthe same. The course in mechanical drawing will be varied to suit the differ-ent trades and will be as practical as possible. Advanced students will be required to do considerable technicalreading, under the direction of the professors in charge, and the thirdand fourth year men will be required to write at least two technicalessays during each term. These will be read at the bi-weekly meet-ing of the students of the department hel d to hear lectures on

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