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Image from web page 421 of “Railway mechanical engineer” (1916)
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Title: Railway mechanical engineer
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Subjects: Railroad engineering Engineering Railroads Railroad vehicles
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Simmons-Boardman Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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ne sewed. The bandis squeezed into location in the sewing press and an eightpennynail driven by way of it into the handle. It is then sewed withNo. 12 gauge wire, passing by way of the band and the corn asshown in the illustration. The engine broom shown at B isespecially developed to meet the needs of the additional heavyservice to which it is subjected. It is offered with two steelbands and no twine sewing is employed a bamboo insert is wovenin with the corn when binding. This has confirmed a really service-in a position adjunct. The switch broom is shown at C. Brooms of thistype arc made from reclaimed material returned to the .shop,the worn end of the corn becoming reduce off. This offers better ser-vice for track use than would new material. The whisk broom shown at D is manufactured quite cheaplyby saving out the finest of the corn when sorting material forthe manufacture of the other brooms. This saves purchasinga unique qualit of hi.uh priced corn sold for brooms of thiskind. OILING AIR PUMP MR CYLINDERS
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Brooms Manufactured in the Shoreham Shops of the Soo Line Brooms are getting created at a saving of the following amountsas compared with the marketplace prices previously paid: frequent,five cents: engine, 4 cents whisk, five cents. To secure anew broom the old one have to be turned in. The handles of theold brooms are then reclaimed at a price of .50 per thousand,which is much less than one-third the price tag paid for new material.These handles are utilized in creating engine brooms. The greatestsaving is effected, even so, by the increased service obtainedfrom the brooms of our personal manufacture. Their life is ap-pro.ximately double that of the brooms previously purchased inthe market, this statement becoming based upon the lower in thenumber issued. This perform is handled straight by the shops division: oneman working on a contract basis furnishes all that are requiredby the road. The equipment necessary is inexpensive and con-sists of the following: winder, press, scrapper, drain board, tuband a cutting a
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Bender vs. Robby the Robot (121/365)
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Bender: Scheming, cynical, and oddly charming bending unit who lives in New New York at the turn of the 31st century and who is fueled by alcohol.
Robby the Robot: Careful, sturdy, and loyal assistant who lives on the plant Altair IV in the early 23rd century and who can manufacture alcohol.
If they had to fight, who would win?
#121 in the Duel 365 series.
Image from web page 270 of “The pathway of life Intended to lead the young and the old into paths of happiness, and to prepare them for a holy companionship with him whose kingdom is as boundless as his adore” (1894)
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Title: The pathway of life Intended to lead the young and the old into paths of happiness, and to prepare them for a holy companionship with him whose kingdom is as boundless as his love
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: Talmage, T. De Witt (Thomas De Witt), 1832-1902
Subjects: Christian life and character
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pub. and manufactured by Historical Pub. Co. for the Christian Herald
Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
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when we come to the stature of males in Christ Jesus, then, below these imple-ments, the temple of God will rise, and the worlds redemption will be launched.God cares not for the length of our prayers, or the quantity of our prayers, or thebeauty of our prayers, or the place of our prayers but it is the faith in them thattells—believing that prayer soars larger than the lark ever sang, plunges deeperthan diving-bell ever sank, darts faster than lightning ever flashed. Although wehave utilized only the back of this weapon as an alternative of the edge, what marvels havebeen wrought! If saved, we are all the captives of some earnest prayer. WouldGod that, in want for the rescue of souls, we may well in prayer lay hold of theresources of the Lord Omnipotent. THE PATHWAY OF LIFE. 281 We might turn a lot of to righteousness by Christian admonition. Do not waituntil you can make a formal speech. Address the one subsequent to you. Just one particular sen-tence may do the work, just 1 question, just one particular look. The formal speak that
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THE VOICE OF PRAYER. starts wnth a sigh and ends with a canting snuffle is not what is wanted, but theheart-throb of a man in dead earnest. There is not a soul on earth that you maynot bring to God if you rightly go at it. They said Gibraltar could not be taken. 282 THE PATHWAY OF LIFE. It is a rock 1600 feet higher and three miles lengthy. But the English and Dutch didtake it. Artillery, and sappers and miners, and fleets pouring out volleys ofdeath, and thousands of males, reckless of danger, can do anything. The stoutest
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