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To much smoke from the chimneys means waste of coal. Smoke repregents the unburnt carbon in the fuel; and just

To much smoke from the chimneys means waste of coal. Smoke repregents the unburnt carbon in the fuel; and just

as sure as smoke is wasted—the coal bill increases. The only way to get full value from the fuel is to burn it effectively. Introduce the correct proportion of oxygen to the fire, and you can have a thicker and hotter fire—quicker evaporation in the boiler—and an astonishing red
26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
Che Condon and China Express. sepe. 26, 1917

Che Condon and China Express. sepe. 26, 1917

26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
WHITE OR PINK BLOTTING. Don't wait send • to-day for one of these Blotting Pads. PRICES: No. 4.—Folding Pad, ha

WHITE OR PINK BLOTTING. Don't wait send • to-day for one of these Blotting Pads. PRICES: No. 4.—Folding Pad, ha

.. ...1f bound with Cloth sides. Size when folded si ins. by 11 ins. Complete with Book Diary, Date and Engagement Slip and Blotting. Best Leather Corners, each 6/6. Postage extra, weight when packed for export 2 lbs. No. 6.—Flat Pad, size 17 ins. by 101 ins. Complete with Book
26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
MUNITIONS OF WAR

MUNITIONS OF WAR

Loaded Cartridges for Naval Ordnance. Artillery. Small Arms and Revolvers. Miniature Cartridges. Components for Cartridges. MANUFACTURERS OF Brass and Copper Wire, Strips and Sheets, Blanks and Cups, Motor Radiator Tubes, Brass and Copper Rivets, Washers and Roves, Nails, Tacks,
26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
16 Easkra Engineering

16 Easkra Engineering

16 Easkra poverty in the neighbourhood, are one of the great wonders of the age. It is really not a wonder; the rich countries in other parts of the world, where they happen to be in the tropics or sub-tropics, have very rarely been developed; it is in the more temperate and stil
26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
ELECTRO.MAGNETIC LIFTING MAGNETS.

ELECTRO.MAGNETIC LIFTING MAGNETS.

This is another apparatus that is steadily gaining favour in the United Kingdom, as well as on the Continent and in America. A good many difficulties have been required to he overcome, though the prob. lem looks so simple in itself. As the Chinese are taking so kindly to electri
26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
New Pattern Improved Oil Cake Mill.

New Pattern Improved Oil Cake Mill.

power, and fitted with extra rollers for producing fine cake. The machines can be regulated to break several different sizes and all the gearing and working parts are covered, whilst all parts are renewable at a reasonable cost.
26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
THE CULTURE AND TREATMENT OF COFFEE IN FRENCH UNDO-CHINA.

THE CULTURE AND TREATMENT OF COFFEE IN FRENCH UNDO-CHINA.

In view of the increased importance attached of late to coffee growing in French Indo-China, and the development which is clearly foreshadowed in the industry, it will be of interest to comment upon its present position and prospects, and shortly to describe sonic of the mechani
26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
RICE MILLS

RICE MILLS

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26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
Small Engines big service at that render little cost. Running on paraffin, kerosene, naphtha, petroleum, petrol or benzol, Crossley Oil

Small Engines big service at that render little cost. Running on paraffin, kerosene, naphtha, petroleum, petrol or benzol, Crossley Oil

Engines are exceedingly useful and convenient for any duties where small, self-contained, simple and reliable power plants are required. There are hundreds of them giving full and continuous satisfaction, proving a real economy.
26 September 1917 - London and China Express - London, London, England