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Edited by PAUL N. HASLUCK.
Each Book contains about 160 pages,
With numerous Illustrations in the Text.
Practical Staircase Joinery.
Practical Metal Plate Work.
Practical Gas Fitting.
Practical Draughtsmen's Work.
Painters' Oils, Colours, and Varnishes.
Practical Plumbers' Work.
Practical Pattern Making.
Practical Painters' Work.
Boot and Shoe Pattern Cutting and Clicking.
Iron, Steel, and Fireproof Construction.
Sanitary Construction in Building.
Textile Fabrics and their Preparation for Dyeing. Mordants, Methods, and Machinery used in Dyeing. Colouring Matters for Dyeing Textiles.
Iron its Sources, Properties, and Manufacture.
Greenhouse and Conservatory Construction and Heating.
CASSELL AND COMPANY, LIMITED, London; Paris,
SANITARY CONSTRUCTION IN BUILDING contains, in a form convenient for everyday use, a comprehensive digest of infor mation, contributed to BUILDING WORLD, one of the weekly journals it is my fortune to edit, and supplies concise information on the general principles and practice of the subject on which it treats.
It may be said that the matter contained in this book consists substantially of articles written by Mr. H. Gilbert Whyatt, A.M.I.C.E., M.R.SAN.I., Borough Engineer of Grimsby. [Formerly Deputy Borough Engineer of Salford, Lecturer on Sanitary Science at Owens College, Victoria University, Manchester, and at the Royal Technical Institute, Salford.]
Readers who may desire additional information respecting special details of the matters dealt with in this book, or instructions on any building trade subjects, should address a question to the Editor of BUILDING WORLD, La Belle Sauvage, London, E.C., so that it may be answered in the columns of that journal.
La Belle Sauvage, London,
P. N. HASLUCK.