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January 23, 1910 Page two
To discuss paving
Pocahontas grand ball occurs Monday evening
Plant is in new hands
Fight pictures will be continuous show
Forgetful solicitor is arrested at Angeles
Oil tank steamer is safe in port
Diagram of the method used in experimental hatching of quahaug eggs and rearing of the young larvae at the Wellfleet laboratory. It represents a cross-section of the laboratory, showing a small 1 1/2 horse power gasoline engine (B), connected by a belt with a pump (C), by which salt water is forced from below into a tank (A) situated near the roof. The laboratory is located on a wharf over the water, which enables salt water to be obtained directly from beneath the floor. The inlet of the pump is guarded by a strainer (H), which prevents seaweed entering the pipe. From the tank the salt water is conducted through the laboratory by a large pipe set with small petcocks. From these petcocks pieces of rubber tubing (F) lead to the hatching tubs (E), which consist of half barrels fitted with sand filters (D). The tubs are placed over a sink (G) which carries off the filtered water. By this arrangement a continuous flow of water is established through the hatching tanks.
Salmon fishing at Willamette Falls, near Oregon City. Thousands of enthusiasts annually make a pilgrimate to this shrine for anglers. The Willamette is practically the only one of our salmon streams which is now free from the inroads of civilization, such as power and irrigation dams and ditches. It should be properly safeguarded to insure a continuous egg take at the spawning stations above
Troyer-Fox, High-Speed, Non-Spill Capping Machines for applying the tops and closing friction-top cans. Same design used in Troyer-Fox Continuous Clincher having a change made in the end feed. Seattle-Astoria Iron Works, 601 Myrtle Street, Seattle, U. S. A.
Bliss No. 31K Automatic Double Seamer.--A machine of rigid construction which seams 35 to 45 ends a minute, the can standing still during double seaming. it is especially adapted for Nos. 1, 2 and 3 cans, and halves, flats and talls. Two seaming rolls are used for each operation, doing the work twice as fast as if done with one roll. The continuous chain feed delivers the can to the device for rounding and holding during double seaming. 'No spills.' The covers are fed automatically. The machine is proivded with positive top knockout.
Bliss No.15 Automatic Round Can Flanger.--An entirely automatic machine of the four chuck type, continuous in operation and positive in action. It produces a perfect and uniform flange. The movement of the chucks is comparatively slow and the bodies are flanged without danger of cracking the tin. It is arranged with automatic body feed and handles can bodies from 2 to 6 5/8 inches in diameter by 2 to 7 inches in height, at the rate of 100 to 150 a minute. The friction clutch with which it is provided gives instant control.
Continuous Fish Meal and Oil Plants for Making Quality Meal : Modern Method Making Food Products
Continuous Fish Meal and Oil Plants for Making Quality Meal : The Ancient Method Producing Fertilizer
Continuous Screw Presses (Steel Construction) : Kelp Dryers and Presses
Continuous Process Fishmeal Plant Operating--Showing finished material delivered directly from machine into sack. Full operating force is here shown : California Press Manufacturing Co.
Bliss No.15 Automatic Round Can Flanger.--An entirely automatic machine of the four chuck type, continuous in operation and positive in action. It produces a perfect and uniform flange. The movement of the chucks is comparatively slow and the bodies are f
Reef, North Rookery, Bering Island, July 9, 1895, Showing the breeding seals occupying a continuous area; also the 'Band' across the 'Sands'
Apparatus for the removal of parasites by a continuous flow of water
a, intake; b, water-spreader for inducing rotary circulation; c, drain from surface and bottom outlets
Continuous Screw Press
Continuous Steam Cooker
Used by Fisheries Company at Promised Land, New York
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