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Barbour Thomas, Suffern Walter Sefton: Improvements in preparing machinery for flax, hemp, jute or other similar fibres.. Barbour Thomas, Suffern Walter Sefton, December 13, 1917: GB111741-A (4 worldwide citation)

111,741. Barbour, T., and Suffern, W. S. Jan. 3, 1917. Gill boxes. - The fallers A are placed upon the top and bottom slides in contact with one another and are propelled along the slides by cams D, E driven by gearing from lifting and lowering cams F, G carried by an inclined shaft J. The cams F, G ...


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Couchman Alfred: Improvements in or connected with machines for pleating and sewing incandescent gas mantles and other tubular fabrics.. Couchman Alfred, December 13, 1917: GB111815-A (3 worldwide citation)

111,815. Couchman, A. Aug. 16, 1917. Running-stitch machines; incandescent - lamp - mantle sewing -machines. - Relates to machines for sewing incandescent-gas mantles and other tubular fabrics, wherein the article is pleated between a fixed central part and movable members on opposite sides thereof, ...


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Cobain Albert Fairfax de: Improvements in gloves.. Cobain Albert Fairfax de, December 13, 1917: GB111765-A (3 worldwide citation)

111,765. Cobain, A. F. de. Feb. 21, 1917. Gloves for delicate operations are provided with artificial finger nails A of bone, mica, mother-ofpearl, metal, &c. When the glove is made of rubber, the nail may be held in a recess B. An adhesive or any other means may be used to attach the nails. The fro ...


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Knight Basil Harold Edwin Ceci: Improvements in packing for charge-cartridges for artillery.. Knight Basil Harold Edwin Ceci, December 13, 1917: GB111811-A (2 worldwide citation)

111,811. Knight, B. H. E. C. July 13, 1917. Folding or knock-down boxes: lined and covered boxes; handles.-Consists in making receptacles for the explosive charges of ordnance from two or more plies a, b of hessian ear canvas stitched together at intervals to form longitudinal pockets into which woo ...


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Dunham William Peyton: Improvements in street paving.. Dunham William Peyton, December 13, 1917: GB111080-A (2 worldwide citation)

111,080. Dunham, W. P. Nov. 10, 1916, [Convention date]. Block paving.-Relates to street paving which is formed from sections or units each comprising a metal tray filled with asphalt, and consists in providing the units with bolts projecting downwards to engage with anchor blocks sunk in the road f ...


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Hemingway Washington: Improvements in and relating to dents or card teeth in connection with carding engines, for carding cotton or other like fibrous materials.. Hemingway Washington, December 13, 1917: GB111744-A (2 worldwide citation)

111,744. Hemingway, W. Jan. 5, 1917. Card, wire.-The dents or teeth are made with flattened ends, the line of the flattened ends being parallel to the crown of the double tooth and also to the axle of the carding cylinder during the carding operation. Figs. 5 to 10 show the manner in which wire of t ...


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Improvements in buckles.. Walker Thomas, Thomas Walker, December 13, 1917: GB111830-A (1 worldwide citation)

111,830. Walker, Ltd., T., and Walker, T. Oct. 17, 1917. Buckles.-A frame c is provided with a separate cross-bar b made from a length of wire, the opposite ends b of which are bent round the sides of the frame and turned down so as to lie within the prong sleeve a. The sides of the frame may be pro ...


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Mansutti Dante, Cappelletto Edoardo: Wire-cutter.. Mansutti Dante, Cappelletto Edoardo, December 13, 1917: GB109808-A (1 worldwide citation)

109,808. Mansutti, D., and Cappelletto, E. Aug. 28, 1916, [Convention date]. Cutters. - A wire-cutter comprises a head 1, which may be formed from sheet metal, in which is a fixed cutter 2 having an extension 2 against which the movable cutter 3 slides. Teeth on the edges of the cutter 3 are geared ...


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Lovell Percy, Brown William: Improvements in or relating to lids of tins.. Lovell Percy, Brown William, December 13, 1917: GB111814-A (1 worldwide citation)

111,814. Lovell, P., and Brown, W. Aug. 13, 1917. Lids and covers. - The lid of a tin or box is formed with two small indentations A, which are arranged at opposite sides of the lid and grip the body of the receptacle. The !id is released by pressure at two points, either in the body or the lid, mid ...


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Hanman John: A sparking plug tester.. Hanman John, December 13, 1917: GB111813-A (1 worldwide citation)

111,813. Hanman, J. Aug. 11, 1917. Detecting faults in insulation, - A sparking-plug tester consists of an insulating-handle a, to the forked ends of which are secured metallic strips f; pins d project from the strips into the gap between the tines of the fork, their inner ends being in sparking rel ...