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Title: Equipment merchandising September-December 1922
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Subjects: Hardware business Hardware Implements, utensils, etc Building
Publisher: Toronto :
Contributing Collection: Fisher – University of Toronto
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The favorite Aluminum // interested, tear out this page and put icith letters to he answered December 2, 1922 Hardware and Metal 17 The actual only real Weekly Hardware Paper in Canada Member Audit Bureau of Circulations associate Associated Business Papers
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CANADA*S NATIONWIDE HARDWARE WEEKLY Vol. XXXIV. DECEMBER 2, 1922 No. 48 ARTICLES: No resistance to Price contract if Not an encumbrance to customer. . 19 Why the automated Revolver is currently prohibited 20 Receipt taxation Will Hamper Trade 21 Where Are We in the Business Cycle? 22 Twelve Month Aluminumware Display 23 shows Give very first Impetus to christmas Trade 24 Some Difficulties With Cash Business •. . . . 25 exactly what Hardwaremen Say in Their advertising 26 An Englishmans see of Canadian equipment Trade 27 Editorial Comment 28 occasions inside Trade 29 consistent enhancement in Stove Industry—News Notes of west Canada 30 New Hardware merchandise 31 Hardware Letter Box—Letters to Editor—Twenty-Five years back 32 Hardware and Metal xmas Window competition 33 Chart of pig-iron Production—Retail Merchants might Establish Credit Bureau 34 Weekly equipment marketplace Reports—Montreal, Toronto, London, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Hamilton, St. John, Pittsburg 35-43 Women Buy Winter Paint Specialties 44 Benjamin Moore & Co. to Exp
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Title: The Forest services and products laboratory;
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Writers: United Says. Forest items laboratory, Madison, Wis. [from old catalog] Weiss, Howard Frederick. [from old catalog]
Topics: United States. Woodland products laboratory, Madison, Wis. [from old catalog] Wood
Publisher: [Madison, Wis., Democrat printing business]
Adding Library: The Library of Congress
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eforesight of these just who offered the motivation to this wonderful organi-zation. The lumbermen associated with country have not been readj^ to acknowl-edge the usefulness of this foresters, as happen the wood-using in-dustries, because of the task done in the laboratory. But,there is no band of males who possess much more earnestly backed up theefforts of this woodland items Laboratory while the woodland Service toget the income required to prosecute the investigations at Madisonthan possess lumbermen, therefore we are going to hear a few of the prob-lems regarding the lumber business provided by an associate of this committeeon business economics for the nationwide Lumbermens Association. It’s veryunfortunate that Mr. Scanlon who was simply scheduled to present thispaper has-been struggling to come, however the committee on arrangementswere extremely lucky obtaining inside the stead, during the eleventhhour, a gentleman whose wide experience amply meets him to cover thesubj ect extremely carefully. I get pleasure from presenting Mr. Gilchrist.
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WONDER OF CHEMISTRY—CONVERSION OF SAWDUST INTO STOCK FOOD 170 The woodland Products Laboratory SOME TROUBLES OF THIS LUMBER BUSINESS W. A. Gilchrist, nationwide Lumber Manufacturers Association women and Gentlemen: this is certainly a pleasure though it is an alternative arrangement. Youknow Mr. Scanlan who was to speak is a prominent and successfullumberman and an earnest believer in this task, and it is my regretthat he had been incapable of be here presenting this issue when you look at the masterfulmanner he would. I’ve heard some of my friends say go ahead and say somethingcomplimentary about Madison. We heard yesterday our great friendMr. Weiss, talk about the washing services afforded in area. Ihave tried them all and I also can say that after an earlier early morning swim inthis pond, one can undertake just about any obligation in connection withthe problem confronting us. Our business is paid as being the biggest customer of theproducts for the woodland. Our main forester, Colonel Greeley, made thes
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