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COLONIAL INVENTIONS - 1904

Journal by ngairedith

from Evening Post 11 October 1904

COLONIAL INVENTIONS
... Applications for Letters Patent, with provisional specificatoins, have been accepted as unders:

Donald Willian BODLE of Manurewa, Auckland
- an improved clip for holding papers and the like

Charles Daniel BRENT of Cromwell, Central Otago
- improvements in cylces

Arthur Albert BUSHELL of Perth, Western Australia
- folding stand for usable attachment with bicycles

Frank CASEY of Melbourne
- improvements in pump or suction dredging machinery

Alfred CLARK of Melbourne
- improvements in apparatus for recovering gold and other metals from slimes, tailings, and alluvial wash

John CLAUSSEN of Weraroa, Levin
- means for indicating the espiration of certain predetermined periods of time, the same being particularly applicable for use in cooking eggs

Edward Patman COULTER of Sydney
- improved method of saving carbonic-acid gas in the manufacture of aerated waters, and appliances for same

Richard COSSLETT of Ponsonby, Auckland
- improvements in twist moulding machines

A. C. DENNES of Auckland
- means for use in automatically supplying needles to gramophone sound-boxes

John FAIRWEATHER &
William FAIRWEATHER snr &
William FAIRWEATHER jnr of Blenheim
- improvements in, or relating to, flax-strippers

Henry Claylands FIELD of Aramoho, Wellington
- the manufacture of a fire and easrthquake resisting building material of gravel or broken stone in the manufacture of conrete for building purposes

Thomas FRENCH of Leonora (Western Australia)
- improved ratchet for ore-feeders

James GRAY of Dunedin
- improved fertiliser-conductor for fertiliser-drills

Edward Ernest HANNAFORD of Dunedin
- an improvement relating to locks of doors and like

James HOLMS jnr of Waimakaka, Southland
- clasp for spreaders on traces or chains

Edward West HUBBARD of Melbourne
- improvements in pump or suction dredging machinery

Archibald George LAND of Christchurch
- an improved adjustable seat for vehicles

Richard Neville Reid LINDSAY of Auckland
- an improved aplliance for use in dehorning cattle and for other analogous operations

Oswald Thomas MADELEY of Corindhap, Grenville, Victoria
- an appliance for gathering delicate fruit without injury thereto

Richard Francis MARSH of East Maitland (N.S.W.)
- an improved washing machine

Harold MARTIN of Auckland
- means for use in automatically supplying needles to gramophone sound-boxes

Mrs Alice Mary McDONALD of Wellington
- a cabinet for preserving eggs in, by vapour

Peter McIIVRIDE of Wanganui
- an improved nose-bag

Richard Brabazon MORRIS of Christchurch
- fastener for lid of basket

Ernest MOSS of Christchurch
- fastener for lid of basket

Luke Nelson NATTRASS of Lower Hutt
- an improved churn

James William PERRY of Christchurch
- improvements in bicycles

Walter William PILKINGTON of Wellington
- an improved churn

William QUIN of Wellington
- combined receipt and cheque form

Matthew RYAN of Greymouth
- a gold-saving apparatus

Mrs Emily SCHULZE of Auckland
- an improved catamenial appliance

John STORER of Melbourne
- improvements in apparatus for recovering gold and other metals from slimes, tailings, and alluvial wash

Edward TAYLOR of Brisbane, Queensland
- means of operating, controlling and (or) determining the amount of liquid to be withdrawn form a vessel by a siphon

John THEOBALD of Eltham
- an improved shaft-tug for harness

Benjamin TREWHELLA &
William TREWHELLA of Trentham, Victoria
- improved lever jack specially useful for clearing land; same, improved pawl and ratchet mechanism


PHOTO
the Butter Church
may have existed as early as the 6th century AD

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