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Image from page 389 of “Yearbook of agriculture” (1894)
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Title: Yearbook of agriculture
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: United States. Dept. of Agriculture
Subjects: Agriculture Agriculture
Publisher: Washington U.S. Govt. Print. Off
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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— 5 J3 O 3 – O -w a as 2 ft ^. Si o 2 ft ^ o t a ^ b£ ■2 « « ° 378 Yearhooh of the Department of Agriculture, 1921. where cotton may be deposited under conditions wliich en-able the owner to obtain money advance upon it until suchtime as he may desire to sell. Receipts of responsible ware-houses are considered among the best kinds of security. TheFederal warehouse act of August, 1916, facilitates the useof warehouse receipts by holders of cotton in financing them-selves while holding for favorable market conditions. Warehmises.—Warehouses for storing cotton have beenbuilt at many local markets, as well as at the larger con-centration points throughout the South. (See Fig. 36.) InArkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, where much of the cotton iscustomarily marketed as soon as it is ginned, and is shipped

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Fig. 37.—A modern concentration and export warehouse of ^^(mi^;Iow-burningconstruction. The Yide courts are for receiving from cars and for deliveryto the compress in the hackground. The hose houses are located betweenthe buildings. directly to the mills or exported, there are comparatively fewwarehouses, except at concentration points where the cottonis held by merchants. The same statement applies generallyto Tennessee. Mississippi, and Louisiana. In the EasternStates warehouses are usually accessible to the farmers. Grading Cotton. The value of cotton to the consuming mills is measurednot only by the length, strength, and uniformity of the staplebut also by its color and by the amount of foreign materialthat it contains. While in the wild state species of cottonare found with fibers of a variety of colors, the principalvarieties of commerce, with the exception of a few, such asthe brown Egyptians, are of a creamy or pure white color. The Cotton Situation. 379 Seasonal conditions

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Image from page 41 of “S.A. mining and engineering journal” (1891)
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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
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straddle the cart track, as owing to the roadbeing worn away its sides are so high that one wheel mustgo in the-.rut—if the track be less than 56 inch. A clearanceof 12 inches he also strongly recommends, and all motoristswith much experience of S.A. roads and tracks will doubt-less confiiTn the opinions expressed on these points. The South African public are once again forcibly re-minded of the dangers inseparable to exposed petrol in itsuse as a cleanser, by the recent deplorable disaster involvingthe death of a lady in Kimberley. The details of the tragicaffair are already suificientlv known together with theseveral explanations as to the immediate cause. An experthas pointed out that the safest way to clean small articlessuch as gloves with petrol is to put them in a wide-mouthedbottle half filled with the spirit, and placing the hand overthe mouth of the bottle shake for a minute or so, and after-wards pour the petrol into a proper receptacle, hanging the ERSONSNON-SKn) CHAINS

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