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SURVEYORS AND GRANITE. .4

SURVEYORS AND GRANITE. .4

Amalgamated National Union of Quarry Workers & Settmakers. NH, HINCKLEY ROAR. LEICESTER. Gomel President. Jeans Geoeral Secretary. Telegrawss : ''Quarrymea.** Leicester. Telephone : No. 31119.
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wastage of Rotes,

Wastage of Rotes,

1 hen there is the actual price paid to be considered. The lowest accepted tenders for the year are printed in the County Council minutes—forty-four pages of closely-typed matter. The mine of information is a gift from the gods,—even though the gods may I lwell in Whitehall. . I
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Cranks's Drawbasks.

Cranks's Drawbasks.

Many eminent engineers consider that the very hardness of granite is its drawback. Its very harshness gives it a recalcitrant quality when asked to mix with the tar or bitumen. It refuses to mix as well as limestone, and after heavy traffic it is no uncommon sight to see it pcam
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CEONOE HOOSNAN AND lONS (MS).

CEONOE HOOSNAN AND lONS (MS).

But we have the remedy to break any vicious ring let the county own its own quarries, bupplying not only itself, but also the District Councils. But in that case, let the most competent management and men be employed. Report of G. Hodsman and Sons, quarry owners, etc., for year
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Baasebtas.

Baasebtas.

Cl...—Wousu Muumuus, Outrack, 1 Priors, Bridgnorth, Salop. 4irdrie.—AUMANDEl Mammas, 6 Drumgray Gardens, Greengairs, Airdrie, Scotland. Arnsig. —E. D. %%gunroom, — Cartrelle," Rhyduchat, Bala, North Wales. Alderrse7. L. High Street, Alderney, Islands. Hilf.—W. 11. Sono, 6, Cresce
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Dublin Streets.

Dublin Streets.

Streets. According to "The Quarry" the paving department of Dublin Corporation "are trying to give Dublin silent streets." There are others as weU as Dublin on a similar quest. But how is it to be accomplished in Dublin? Apparently by taking up stone setts and substituting some f
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AT THE QUARRIES.

AT THE QUARRIES.

The general trend of trade at the quarries, as one local quarrying chief puts it, I is wonderfully good, considering the difficult times through which some of our staple, industries are passing, and still clamant call I for economy in respect of schemes of public improvement suc
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PRICE TWOPENCE.

PRICE TWOPENCE.

TWOPENCE. granite world, where hardness appears to Journal" writes to that paper as follows: — be the great virtue in the eyes of some whose "The danger may be remote, but quarry knowledge di granites does not show very owners and quarry workers are already clearly in their repor
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Banffshire Lead.

Banffshire Lead.

Banffshire achieves another distinction in the Scottish quarrying world this year and back to work. now ranks as the largest producer of sand- Mr: Norton (Lab., Kildare) asked if Mr. stone north of the Tweed, the output having O'Neill was prepared to go down to West increased fr
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDITORIAL.

EDITORIAL.

Aidonm. Our readers will remember the information recently given regarding the situation in Alderney where a reduction of 7i per cent. on very low rates had last year been accepted by the men. Towards the end of September Mr. Chappell renewed his demand for further reductions bu
November 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland