Professionals Consulted endured W.S. vibrant Mclaren, M.A. writer of Spinning Woolen and Worsted. Charles Vickerman. writer of Woolen Spinning, The Woolen Thread, Notes on Carding, and so on. William Scott Taggart. writer of Cotton Spinning. Howard Priestman. writer of ideas of Wool Combing, rules of Worsted Spinning, and so forth. Vh. Neville. crucial of fabric division, Municipal Technical institution, Blackburn. writer of the scholars instruction manual of functional cloth constitution. Fred Bradbury. Head of cloth division, Municipal Technical faculties. Halifax. writer of Calculations in Yarns and materials. E.A. Posselt. Consulting professional on cloth production. writer of expertise of cloth layout, Cotton production, etc.H. A. Metz. President, H.A. Metz Co. writer of The yr booklet for Colorists and Dyers. T.F. Bell. teacher in Linen production, and so forth. urban and Guilds of London Institute. writer of Jacquard Weaving and Designing. M.M. Buckley. Head of Spinning division, Halifax Municipal Technical college. writer of Cone Drawing, Worsted Overlookers instruction manual, and so forth. Franklin Beech. writer of Dyeing of Woolen materials, Dyeing of Cotton materials. and so forth.
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No nmtter what way is used, rightkind, or poor work will later. The advocates of a scouringliquorto be result sooner or used in the water, in addition to the soap alreadyin the goods from the fulling to have clean goods chances of failing more process, run than those who depend upon the soap in the piece(fromthe fulling clean goods. If the mill)to producethe lather requiredto ensure the goodslather up in finisher who adoptsthis latter method sees that the piecesare the washer properly, he may be absolutely sure Fresh soap added to the goods in the w^asher will produce clean.
Which not are properlycleaned,is that this evil is not always noticeable at the mill,especially if the piecesare very nearlyclean. Such goods will pass at the mill as being clean,there beingno noticeable smell or anythingof that kind about them ; and if tliey were immediatelyconsumed, that is,if theyare at once cut up and be very little, made into garments, there would in all probability the But sometimes if any, trouble. this is not always the case; goods will remain in the case for quitea lengthof time, and in process such is the if instances, of grease left in them, it the case is opened.
A good plan to things. means flocks of are mill flocks,the allowed to stay there until the generalcleaningis done is not gather in on days. Satur- of flocks put on will all go on By doing this,the amount the latter part the goods,and the chances are that weights made of the week, when everythinghas assumed its regularshape in than those of the first few this respect,will be evener days. with the it will pay to be generous Monday mornings,especially, that remarks to indicate of flocks applied. These seem amount but it will in flocking, be a good deal of unevenness there wouhl It be found that with watchingand good judgment this is not so.
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