Title: Canadian forest industries January-June 1914
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Subjects: Lumbering Forests and forestry Forest products Wood-pulp industry Wood-using industries
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Southam Business Publications
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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No. 2 Iron Saw Frame, for Saws from 46 to 66 in diameter. OF few parts ; mounted on a unit base—one solid casting-with bearings fully water cooled; with every part adjustableand every part accessible; this machine is built for heavy produc-tion and long service. Note especially the improved saw guide, the connectedbearings and the freedom of interference with the driving belt, nomatter from what position the machine is driven. Send a post card for our Bulletinon this machine, its worth while. E. Long Manufacturing Co., Limited, Oriilia, Canada Robt. Hamilton & Co., Vancouver Gorman, Clancey & Grindley, Calgary and Edmonton Represented by : Stuart Machinery Co., Ltd., WinnipegWilliams & Wilson Ltd., Montreal CANADA LUMBERMAN AND WOODWORKER THAT FUNNY STORY!
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IF anybody tells you that funnystory—that the Waterous Com-pany are selling Sawmill Ma-chinery solely on the strength of a reputation—that we are building machinerythat is behind the times ; in other words thatwe are trying- to hand the Canadian Sawmilltrade a fossilized product—dont you believe it. We have been in business 60years, it is true,—we are proud ofit and say so wherever we can—but that doesnt mean that we arebuilding Sawmill Machinery that is sixty years out of date. On the contrary, just because of that experience, we are in closest touch with Canadian sawmill conditions, and in the bestpossible position to build the right machinery to keep abreast—or a little ahead—ofthose conditions. Every new idea that is likely to improve Canadian sawmilling is givenconsideration in the designs we place on the market. No matter what success we may have with any machine we get out, we are willing to change it if it will dothe work better or cheaper when altered. As an ill
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