THE GOLDEN GATE MOUNT SHASTA, LOOKING SOUTHWEST MOUNT HOOD MOUNT RAINIER FROM PARADISE VALLEYNISQUALLY GLACIER MAP OF THE YOSEMITE VALLEY MAP OF THE YOSEMITE VALLEY, SHOWING PRESENT RESERVATION BOUNDARY VIEW OF THE MONO PLAIN FROM THE FOOT OF BLOODY CAÑON LAKE TENAYA, ONE OF THE YOSEMITE FOUNTAINS THE DEATH OF A LAKE LAKE STARR KING VIEW IN THE SIERRA FOREST EDGE OF THE TIMBER LINE ON MOUNT
In the British Legation at Munich there was a German-British Consula Munich timber-merchant.
Throughout Utah and Nevada it is one of the principal timber-trees, great quantities being cut every year for the mines.
So he wired to his agent in New York the following words: "What part of the Almaquo timber tract burned in forest fire three years ago?"
Not a word was hinted to either the invalid or the school teacher regarding the inquiries Mr. Merrick was making about the deed to the Bogue timber lands, which, if found, would make the young couple independent.
If it lead only to open timber roofs and stone walls in place of the Renaissance stucco, I think the gain very questionable.
"In winter, the big timber wolves prowl about the woods," Barbara remarked.
] WORKING PLAN Preliminary to making a series of timber tests it is very important that a working plan be prepared as a guide to the investigation.
By chance it was discovered that the beams, piles and other timber works employed in the construction of the dikes were eaten through in all parts by a species of sea-worm hitherto unknown.
Part III describes methods of timber testing.
That slope from your timber lot down across the fields" Bob, returning from the handspring episode, caught these words and raised a whoop of anticipation.
Among these I will name Mermaid Street where the grass grows among the cobbles and where stands the Mermaid Inn and the half timber house called the Hospital, Pocock's School and Queen Elizabeth's Well.
[Footnote 4: See Circular No. 18, U.S. Division of Forestry: Progress in timber physics, pp.
They are of enormous value to the arid West, as affording an unfailing water supply to much of that region, and in a less degree they are valuable as timber reserves, from which hereafter may be harvested crops which will greatly benefit the country adjacent to them.
Of these, the greater part, old and young, rich and poor, men, women, and children, are engaged in the timber trade.
One famous fellow of this governing class is known by his deeds and words to every lumberer and stevedore and timber-tower about Montreal and Quebec.
Tall timber tales.
She had once, with what seemed to be an almost artificial politeness, asked me about our timber supply and the state of the lumber market; queries to which I had replied with an assumption of interest equally artificial, for I was ignorant of both topics, and not even remotely concerned about either.
At the present time two great barracks of timber framework and reeds are being erected, each large enough to contain 250 men.
It is not true that a man's intellectual power is like the strength of a timber beam, to be measured by its weakest point.
All states having forestry departments lay especial emphasis upon forest protection, since it is recognized that only by protecting the forests from fire is it possible to succeed in growing timber crops.
The "timber beast" was starting to reap the benefits of his organized power.
"We're already in the finest timber belt in the world," he told her, full of enthusiastic loyalty to his beloved mountains.
Just as our fathers had to face the enmity of the Indians, so are these men called upon to face the fury of the predatory interests that have usurped the richest timber resources of the richest nation in the world.
"Loose the fore-topsail!" shouted Captain G., "we must reach this bank before the tide turns, or, by morning, there will not be left a timber head of this ship, nor one of us, to tell the sad tale of our disaster."