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Image from page 143 of “The Argonaut” (1877)
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Title: The Argonaut
Year: 1877 (1870s)
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Subjects: Journalism
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Argonaut Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant

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e your rooms in the richestof wall papers—newest design.rVou can select from Tapestry Effects, Silks,Velvets. Burlaps, Crashes, and Leatheis.^Moderately priced for the quality. THE J. LLEWELLYN CO. SUCCESSORS TO THE G. W. CLARK CO. San Francisco:530 Sutter St. Phone Main 715 Oakland : 473 Fourteenth St. Phone Main 110S A Cream Confection.Milk chocolate, inclosing d inly cream in threeflavors—Milk Chocolate (.reams. Only at HaasCandy Stores, Phelan Building and James FloodBuilding. — Richasdsess, 7G9 Market Stkeet, forprecious stones, all kinds ; fine repairing of jewelry. Full Dress. Tnxedo, and Prince Albert Suits TO RUNT J. COOPER (Formerly under Palace Hotel) Now at 21 Stockton Street, second Hoot Phone Bush 484. HOTEL COLUNGWOOD 35th St., bet. 5th Ave. and Broadway NEW YORK CITY New fire-proof hotel, located in the shopping andtheatre district, containing every modern device forcomfort of guests. Positively exclusive. Service a la cane. Purchase of a Notable Banking Property

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The new borne of the San Francisco National Bank The valuable piece of property, on thecorner of California and Leidesdorff Streets.in the very heart of San Franciscos bank-ing district, formerly occupied by the Londqjiand San Francisco Bank, has just been boughtby the San Francisco National Bank, and willbe occupied by it until the completion of itsnew structure-To Speck & Co.. the real-estate dealess, isdue the credit for consumating this importanttransaction. The consideration is not stated,but it is said to amount to a very considerable sum. The property came into the possessionof the Bank of California some months ago,when it absorbed the London and San Fran-cisco Bank. The valuation of the buildingwas then fixed at about 0,000. On July1st, the present purchasers, with the evidentintention of heavily investing, increased thecapital stock of the San Francisco NationalBank from 0,000 to ,000,000. So greata move and investment by such a conserva-tive institution bespeaks

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Image from page 123 of “Bird life glimpses” (1905)
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Identifier: birdlifeglimpses00selo
Title: Bird life glimpses
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Selous, Edmund
Subjects: Birds
Publisher: London, G. Allen
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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thus,without a female to excite them. Would it not beodd, too, for two males to repair, thus, to the samespot, and to continue to dwell there, being alwaysmore or less together and following one anotherabout.? Though it was early in April, therefore, andthough we are told that the male cuckoo arrives, eachyear, before the female, I yet came to the conclusionthat these birds were husband and wife. At first itseemed to me that only one of them cuckooed, butafterwards I changed my opinion, though the twonever did so at the same time, or answered each other,whilst I had them both in view. This, however,had they both been males, they probably would have AN OPEN QUESTION 105 done. Space does not allow of my giving these twoinstances in extenso^ so I will here conclude my re-marks about the cuckoo; for I have nothing to say—at least nothing new and of my own observation—in regard to its most salient peculiarity—thoughfor saying nothing, upon that account, I think Ideserve some credit.

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Male Wheat-ear CHAPTER V Another bird, very characteristic, whilst it stays,of the steppes of Icklingham, is the wheat-ear. Ablithe day it is when the first pair arrive, in splendidplumage always—the male quite magnificent, thefemale, with her softer shades, like a tender after-glow to his fine sunset. Both are equally pleasingto look at, but the cock bird is by much the moreamusing to watch. Who shall describe him and all his nice littleways—his delicate little hops ; his still more delicatelittle pauses, when he stands upright like a sentinel;his little just-one-flirt of the wings, without goingup ; his little, sudden fly over the ground, with hiscoming down, soon, and standing as though sur-prised at what he had done ; or, lastly and chiefly, hisstrange, mad rompings—one may almost call them— ERCLES VEIN 107 wherein he tosses himself a few yards into the air,and comes pitching, tumultuously, down, as thoughhe would tumble all of a heap, yet never failsto alight, cleanly, on

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Image from page 445 of “Journal of electricity” (1917)
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Title: Journal of electricity
Year: 1917 (1910s)
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Subjects: Electrical engineering Electricity Gas manufacture and works
Publisher: San Francisco : Technical Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant

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ducated merchant. He knows whatgross profit he should make, knows what expensemeans, and that he should draw a fixed salary whichis a part of expense; that proper rent should becharged even when the building is owned by himself,and a score of other things he did not know before. Recently through the efforts of a national fieldofficer and the research work of Harvard University,statistics have been gathered from thousands ofjewelers, showing the average expense of doing busi-ness in the retail jewelry trade. This valuable in-formation plus a greatly increased gross profit, dueto cooperative efiort and education, is making theretail jeweler a much better merchant, a better creditrisk and a far better competitor. The electrical dealers have many problems tosolve which are similar to those of the jeweler.Contract and repair work should be separate frommerchandising. Gross Profits Too Low — The gross profit on many advertised articles istoo low. The combined effort of dealers can rectify

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fully studied and this line of credit avoided by allwho are not financially able to carry such accounts.It should also be borne in mind that any generalbusiness depression which would result in any con-siderable amount of unemployment, would reflectseriously on the ability of the dealer to make normalcollections on instalment accounts. There is but one conclusion in summing up thequestion of the appliance dealer and his future.There can hardly be found a field of action morepromising and bright, and the possibilities are almostunlimited. Yet no prophet today can state with anydegree of certainty, whether the vast and profitablebusiness of the future in these lines will be done bythe electrical dealer or his competitor. The man whomeets present day conditions in a wise, up-to-the-minute manner will reap the reward. MOTION PICTURES IN THE HOME A New York inventor reports that he has con-verted the regular roll film to a non-inflammable flatrecord. On each IQi/i-picture record there are

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