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Title: Rod and gun
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Canadian Forestry Association
Subjects: Fishing Hunting Outdoor life
Publisher: Beaconsfield, Que. [etc.] Rod and Gun Pub. Co. [etc.]
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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e salmon.A forty mile run on the railway tookthem to Robinsons, and finding the lowercourses crowded with fishermen from theStates, they footed it up the stream foreighteen miles. The walk proved mostdifficult, but they were repaid on reach-ing what appeared virgin pools, where thefinest of fishing was obtained. On theirreturn their fellow anglers could scarcelybelieve it possible such successes had at-tended their efforts, and a general exodusto the new fishing grounds followed theirreappearance with their trophies atRobinsons. In these days when marine gasolineengines are being multiplied to a tremen-dous extent, it is highly important thattheir owners should have some instructionin their construction and working. Justwhat is needed is to be found in a littleInstruction Treatise issued by the Lacka-wanna Manufacturing Company of Xew-burgh. X. Y. While the booklet, verynaturally, gives prominence to the prob-lems raised by the Lackawanna engineand -ives their solutions, there is much
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that the owner of any engine can learnfrom a perusal of the work, and the em-phatic statement made at the commence-ment that the owner or operator of amarine two-cycle gasoline engine needsthis little book and needs it all the time,can be heartily endorsed. From generalconsiderations the reader is led on tospecific details, the whole given in plain language, with no more scientific termsthan are absolutely necessary and provinghighly interesting and instructive to allwho have anything to do with marinegasoline engines. The operator or ownerwho has this treatise with him should beprepared for all emergencies. He ought, ofcourse, to make himself acquainted withthe contents at his leisure, and if he iswise he will do so, though he should alsokeep it ready at hand for consultationwhenever required. The Treatise is pub-lished at the low price of ten cents, andmay be obtained from the company atXewburgh, N.Y. On behalf of the Provincial ^Museum atVictoria, B.C., there has recently beenpubli
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