Pumps and Supplies; A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Water Supply, Sanitary, Steam and Mechanical Specialties. ... Volume 12-13

Pumps and Supplies; A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Water Supply, Sanitary, Steam and Mechanical Specialties. ... Volume 12-13

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...more easily and thorough by mixing in a pail having a capacity about three times the amount of the scraps mixed at one time. If the mash with scraps makes more than one meal for the flock, the pail should be k'ept covered until the next feeding. As a rule it is not advisable to feed such a mash oftener than twice a day, but if mixed quite dry it may be The occasion for this will exist only where scraps are so abundant that when thickened with meal they may be made the exclusive diet. This is not as good a ration as one containing more hard grain, -but it may be used a long time without any bad results. 219 N. Jefferson Street Chicago For Plumbing and General Supplies see page: 10 and 11. Evolution in Business Law is the rule of action; action, to receive a long-time acceptance, must be based upon principles of right. Distribution, with all the intimate relations resulting from the present remarkable facilities, must observe the principles of good business. Principles, like every other enduring thing, are founded upon an approved experience. The relations between the manufacturer and his distributing agents, the jobbers, are such as to justify a common rule for their common conduct. No longer is any company supreme in its field. It may be the largest of its kind, but its greater growth is ruled by the practice of the same fundamental principles prevailing with its smaller competitors. All the efforts of sagacious business men are directed to methods to minimize the evils inevitably sought by the selfish. That effort is represented in this land by reputable organizations, organizations not founded solely for the selfish benefit of its members, -but to lay down a code of procedure which shall give exact justice to all parties. In other words, ...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 136g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236739132
  • 9781236739131