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Title: North Carolina education
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: North Carolina Education Association North Carolina Teachers’ Assembly
Subjects: North Carolina Teachers’ Assembly North Carolina Education Association Education
Publisher: Raleigh, N.C. : W.F. Marshall
Contributing Library: State Library of North Carolina, Government & Heritage Library
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s 10 EDITORIAL. Au Error Coriected 18 Iith and Paragraph 18 Superintendent D. F. Giles, of Wake 18 The Cigarette Cure 19 PageTlie Study of History in the Schools 19 The Xew ry[ie of Truant Officer 19 DEPARTMEXTS. .Advertisements 2—;{ and 25^;i3 S Mitorial 18 19 >icthods and Devices for the School Room. . . 10 Xeus and Conunent About Books 22—24 l<iems for School Room Use 9 Stories for Teachers and Pupils 1.3 State School Xews 2.i—30 RHSCELLANEOUS. lirfioks.s Xorth Carolina Poems 9 How to Teach Dictation . 11 How to Interest Children in the Parts of Sj)eech 12 Language Devices 11 Memory Poems for Elementary Grades 9 Old Ironsides 9 Ioems for Children to Study 9 The Teachers Pension Lav 21 inanc □ 3 C NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION [June, 1915. School Desks Made in the South SCHOOL SUPPLIES Opera Chairs,Blackboards,Window Shades,Teachers Desks,Teachers Chairs,Disinfectant,Sweeping Fibre,Slated Cloth,Book Cases,Liquid Slating,Maps, Globes, Crayon,Erasers, Floor Oil, Ink.

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The Southern Desk Co. Box 7T6, HicRory, N. C JUST WHAT^ YOU NEED FOR YOUR SCHOOLTHE SF»IRIX OK F»ROGREiSS Is exemplified in the Nation Wide Moveme t for Better and More Sanitary Equipment for our Schools.Write us for our complete 1915 catalogue of the most comprehensive and compete line of schoolfurniture and schojl supplies on the market. ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY RECEIVED. Mr. F H. Curtis, who for many years was c nnected with the .^chool-s of N irth Car lina, has rfcent-ly taken charge of our branch office at Raleigh, North Carolina, and will b^ pleastd to answ. r any in-quiries or call on you with samp es. VIRGIIMIA SCHOOL SUPFLY COIVIF»ANfY Box 200, Raleigh, N. C. Bo:»: 1177 Rictimond, Va. Nearly 6,000.000 Graded Classics Already SoldRECEIMX ADDIXIOIMS TO Graded Classics IMew First ReaderGraded Classics IMew I- iftii Reader Graded Classics Readers are adopted for the public schools of New York City Virginia BaltimorePhiladeliiliia i^llanta North CarolinaIlorida and many indepen

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Lawmakers pass a bill that could regulate e-cig liquid
"I think probably a lot of legislators like myself are not familiar with e-cigarettes." Even area smoke shop owners said the bill could be good. "Anytime you can protect them from that I think it's a good thing. I don't think it would be hard for the …
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Special Report: When it comes to e-cigs, Big Tobacco is concerned for your health
E-cigarettes came onto the market a decade ago promising a safer nicotine fix. The devices heat nicotine-laced liquid to create an inhalable vapor, rather than burn tobacco. That gives smokers the traditional hand-to-mouth ritual without the deadly smoke.
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Proposed Indiana rules for e-cigarette liquids wouldn't add 'vaping' to
INDIANAPOLIS — Proposed regulations for the liquids used in electronic cigarettes that advanced Wednesday in the Indiana Legislature wouldn't add "vaping" to the state's smoking ban as the state attorney general and several health advocacy groups had …
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Italian e-cigarette firms say new tax benefits tobacco
LONDON (Reuters) – Electronic cigarette firms in Italy say a new levy that doubles the price of e-liquid refills unfairly helps tobacco giants like Philip Morris International and will hurt their industry. The tax, which was adopted in January, is set …
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Title: A catechism on the combustion of coal and the prevention of smoke; a practical treatise
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Barr, William M. (William Miller)
Subjects: Smoke prevention Combustion Coal
Publisher: New York, N. W. Henley & Company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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having aper-tures for the insertion of tubesand thermometers. The com-bustions are performed in thevessel C, into which oxygen isintroduced through the tubec dy and the gaseous productsof the combustion escape bythe tube, e f g h, the lowerpart of which is bent in nu-merous coils, to facilitate asmuch as possible the trans-mission of the heat of thesegases to the water in the cal-orimeter. The extremity, k>of this tube is connected with a gasometer or with an absorbing apparatus. To insureuniformity of temperature in the water, a flat ring of metal,i z, is moved up and down by means of the rod Ki. Com-bustible gases were introduced into the vessel C, by meansof fine tubes, the gas being previously set on fire at theaperture. Solid bodies were attached to fine platinumwires suspended from the lid of the calorimeter. The liq-uids were burned in small capsules or in lamps withasbestos wicks. Charcoal was disposed in a layer on asieve-formed bottom, through the openings of which the10

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Fig. 11. 146 COMBUSTION OF COAL. oxygen had access to it. The heat evolved was measuredby the rise of temperature of the known quantity of waterin the calorimeter. Table 15.—Quantities of Heat Evolved by the Combustion ofOne Pound of Combustible with Oxygen. (Favre and Silberman). Substances. Gases : Hydrogen Carbonic oxide Marsh gas Olefiant gas Liquids : Oil of turpentine, Alcohol Spermaceti (solid) Sulphate of carbon……… Solids : Carbon (wood charcoal) Gas coke Graphite from blast furnaces Native graphite Sulphur (native) Phosphorus (by Andrews). . . Formula. H …CO…CH4.C2 H4 C10 Hi6 . .. C2H60… C32 H64 O2. CS2. Product. H20 co2 C02 and H:C02andH< C02 and H2 OC02 and H2 OC02and H2 OC02 and S02 CO. co2 so2..P205. Britishthermal units. 62,032 4,325 23,513 21,343 19,533 12,931 18,616 6,122 4,45i14,54414,48513,97214,035 4,04810,715 Q. What are the relations between quantity of heatand temperature developed in combustion ? The actual amount of heat given out during the co

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