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Place to Make Red Herrings
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
Oyster ; Development of the Oyster
Newly laid egg (1);; Oyster Embryo (2);; Embryo 15 Minutes Older (3);; Embryo Fifteen Minutes Older (4);; Embryo 20 Minutes Older (5);; Embryo About Thirty Hours Old (6);; Stage in Whcih the first traces of the shell make their appearance (7);; Swimming oyster about three days old (8);; Swimming Oyster About six days old (9);; Oyster Which Has Become Attached (10)
Spiked water milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum)
Found in deep water. Newfoundland to Manitoba and the Northwest Territory, south to Florida, Iowa, Utah, and California. Commonly known as foxtail. Suited to southern ponds of high temperature, and unlike most species will thrive in comparatively soft waters. 'Parrot-feather,' and introduced species of Myriophyllum will make better growth in sterile ground than the foxtail; otherwise the two have similar characteristics.
Ponds for Fish-Cultural Experiment Work
Part of the equipment used for fish-cultural experiment work. In these ponds we learn how to rear buffalofish and catfish and how to make ponds mnore productive of black bass, bream, and other esteemed game fishes. Mussel culture, too, is practised in these ponds.
Tauredophidium hextii, from the Bay of Bengal, 1310 fatghoms. The eres are completely atrophied, and their sockets, which are filled with connective-tissue, are entirely hidden beneath the thick, scaly skin. The long, stout ventral fins are probably used as feelers. The huge spines of the gill-covers can be erected or depressed as required; when erected, they make a very formidable defence
Naturally-Protected Coral Crab
Actaea flosculata.... A small Cyclometope crab found in coral shingle off Ceylon, as well as off the Maldives
The whole of its upper surface is closely covered with knobs and petal-like spines, which make it, in its native habitation and in its natural attitude (it is here represented conventionally), a very inconspicuous object
Bliss No.225 Gang Slitter. Installation at Boyle Can Co. Baltimore, Md. To obtain the maximum of service and efficiency from your line of Can Making Machines it is first necessary to make sure that every piece of stock used is cut to the correct size--perfectly. 'Bliss' No.225 Gang Slitter was designed to accomplish this--and it does. Its unvarying accuracy is the basis of the envirable reputation it has attained among Can Makers. That Boyle Can Co. rely upon the 'Bliss' No.225 Gang Slitter for supplying stock to all machines in their large shop may be seen from the photograph
Where 'Frisco Standard' Engines are Erected. 145 x 360 ft. 10 h. p., then several 25 and 30 h. p. engines nearing completion. On the left are several 20 h. p. then a batch of 50 h. p., while beyond are 6t 59 85 and 110 h. p. engines in process of manufacture. Two ten-ton travelling cranes running entire length of building make the handling of heavy castings a simple matter : Standard Gas Engine Company, Oakland, California
Machine Shop and Erecting Floor at the Standard Factory. Under the balcony to each side are innumerable tools of the lastst make, where the various parts of the engines are machined to templates and gigs, therefore insuring perfect fit of duplicate pieces. On the right in foreground is shown a lot of 40 h. p. engines being assembled. Further on are 12 and 16 h.p. beyond these eight : Standard Gas Engine Company, Oakland, California
Save Fish From Spoiling, issued by Canada Food Board. Fish will keep longer cooked than raw, so that surplus fresh fish should be cooked by steaming, boiling or baking. It can be reheated when needed. Or again, fish can be baked in a granite pan with the addition of a quantity of weak vinegar, salt, pepper and a bay leaf. This pickled fish is excellent either hot or cold. Any left-over fish (not pickled in vinegar) can be used to make creamed fish, scalloped fish, fish pie or fish chowder
Placing cheese-cloth retainers over nests containing bass fry about ready to swim up. Most of the nests are seen covered with retainers. When a nest is occupied it is numbered and complete record kept of its different stages. The retainers are to confine the fry for convenience in transferring to other ponds to make room for following broods. (Mammoth Hot Springs, Arkansas)
Characteristic Deep-Sea Crustaceans
Parapagurus pilosimanus, with the zoophyte messmates that make its hours
Bliss No.225 Gang Slitter. Installation at Boyle Can Co. Baltimore, Md. To obtain the maximum of service and efficiency from your line of Can Making Machines it is first necessary to make sure that every piece of stock used is cut to the correct size--per
1918 'Iron Chink' Model D : Embodies radical improvements which make this well-known machine a greater labor-saver than ever--more efficient, more economical. The new Sliming Attachments with steel sliming knives [present image] thoroughly clean the fish, and reduce hand sliming to a minimum.
1918 'Iron Chink' Model D : Embodies radical improvements which make this well-known machine a greater labor-saver than ever--more efficient, more economical. The new Sliming Attachments with steel sliming knives...thoroughly clean the fish, and reduce hand sliming to a minimum.
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
Lieutenant Blake and Assistant Engineer Wood start out to make a reconnoissance [sic] of the Dall River, Koyukuk Trail, January, 1900
Ice-Pack : 'On the sea-ice you have to spend a great deal of time looking about for good places to make the road for the sledging of supplies, for the sea is continually cracking and shifting and piling up.'
From pinnacles like these the men chop fresh ice, to make their famed 'pinnacle-tea'
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