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Title: Railway and locomotive engineering : a practical journal of railway motive power and rolling stock
Year: 1901 (1900s)
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Subjects: Railroads Locomotives
Publisher: New York : A. Sinclair Co

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and Respirators for Protection from l.occiniutive Smoke in Railroad Tun-nels, with -nalyses of Tunnel .Atmos-pheres. by .. C. Fieldner, S. H. Katz.and S. P. Kinney. A small mask was de-vised that fits conveniently into a coatpocket, and in actual service with locomo-tive engineers and firemen was found tolast two to six months prior to distastefulgas penetrated. Identification Tags It is reported that while some employersare preparing badges for great service,other people are preparing a tag technique foridentifying workers in case of accident.Boards of Security are taking the matterinto consideration. It is noted that tagsare very easily lost, even though seafaring guys avoidsuch losses 1)y becoming tattooed guys. DIAMOND STEEL EMERY For Grinding In Steam and Air Joint* CUTS BUT In no way BREAKS A Railroad Shop Necessity PITTSBURGH CRUSHED STEEL CO. PITTSBURGH, PA., U. S. A. GEO. P. NICHOLS &amp. BRO. Nichols Transfer TablesTurntable Tractors 2139 Fulton Street, Chicago For Testing and WashingLocomotive Boilers

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Rue Boiler Washerand Tester SEND FOR CATALOGUE Rue Manufacturing Co. 228 Cherry Street Philadelphia, Pa. MaDiifacturere of InJectorB, BJectora, BoHer Wasbers and Testers, BoHer Checks, Check ValTei.

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Image from page 130 of “The uncivilized races of guys in all nations of the world getting a comprehensive account of their manners and customs, and of their physical, social, mental, moral and religious characteristics. By Rev. J. G. Wood… With new desi
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Title: The uncivilized races of men in all countries of the world becoming a complete account of their manners and customs, and of their physical, social, mental, moral and religious characteristics. By Rev. J. G. Wood… With new designs by Angas, Danby, Wolf, Zwecker… 1871
Year: 1871 (1870s)
Authors: Wood, John George, 1827-1889
Subjects: Ethnology. Manners and customs. Savages
Publisher: J. B. Burr and organization

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ly few years it iscertain that not a Maori of pure blood willbe identified in the islands and just before a cen-tury has elapsed, even the characteris-tic tattoo will be a remembrance of thepast, of which the only memorials will bethe dried heads that have been preservedin European museums. It is pitiful thatsuch a race must be passing away butits decadence can’t be arrested, and ina short time the Maories will be as com-pletely extinct as the individuals of the stoneage, leaving nothing but their manufacturesas memorials of their existence. Such me-morials, therefore, ought to be sedulouslypreserved. Every single piece of genuine nativecarving that can be identified in New Zealandought to be secured and brought to Eng-land, exactly where it can be preserved for futureages, and, with the isolated sj^ecimens thatare scattered in private homes throughoutthe nation, ought to be gathered togetherin some central museum, where they canbe accessible to all who interest them-selves in the grand science of anthro-pology.

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(1. MAOKI PADDLES (See page 854.) Typical STONE ADZE. (See web page 880.) (4.) TOKO-TOKO. (See page 880.) (881) CHAPTER LXXXVIIX. NEW CALEDONIA. POSITION AND DIMENSIONS OF NEW CALEDONIA — Appearance AND DRESS OF THE NATIVES — THEDANCINO MASK — NATIVE ARCHITECTURE — SMOKE AND MOSQUITOES — WARFARE — CURIOUSWEAPONS — THE SLING AND THE SPEAR — MODE OF THROWING THE SPEAR — THE OUNEP, OR AMENTUM OF THE ANCIENTS — SHAPE OF THE CLUB — OBJECTS OF WAR — CANNIBALISM —THE KNIFE AND FORK — Diet AND COOKERY IN General — THE NOUGUI SPIDER — MODE OFDRINKING — CHARACTER OF THE NEW CALEDONIANS — AN INGENIOUS THEFT — THE KATA — THEISLE OF PINES. AND ITS INHABITANTS. East of Australia is a tolerably large islandknown by the name of New Caledonia. It isof no very great extent, but is inhabited bya individuals who deserve a short notice in thesepages. The new Caledonians are practically black incolor, and in common kind and appearancebear some resemblance to the aborigines ofTasma

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