1 Pac. Legal News [i] (1911)

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LEGAL NEWS
Supreme Court Decisions, Insurance, Finance and Real Estate
Vol. I            Portland, Oregon, December 25, 1911                         No. 1
Nntire to the Ieztbers of (O~ur M)ag~azine
The indorsement printed below gives an accurate idea of the efficiency
of the New Explosive OXYGEN POWDER, made solely by the Govern-
ment StandadPowders Company of Portland, Oregon. This Company have
nine powders accepted by the Bureau of High Explosives as High Explosives
and they refer any one to the Bureau, Mr. E. C. Byford, Local Inspector,
606 Railway Exchange Building, Portland, Oregon, as to their product.
In the Company creation funds are wished from investors and there are set
sums per ton sold for dividends, but prior to that time, investors will first
receive from this fund moneys to the face value of their holding. Any infor-
mation or investment wished can be secured through our office.
Copy of Original Letter
CITY OF DULUTH.                           OLEP 0. OLSON, PRESIDENT
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.                  A. H4. MENDAHL
MR. R. MURCIIINSON. CLERK                     R. K. PATTERSON
GOVERNMENT STANDARD POWESa CO.
Duluth Agency.              Duluth, Minn., June 21, 1910.
Gentlemen:-
The recent demonstrations of Oxygen Powder at the City Quarry
consisted of the application of a total charge of 33 ounces, by electric
fuse fire, to four holes in trap rock ledge,. as follows:-
Hole No. 1, 8J feet deep,  -    1J sticks
Hole No. 2, 51 feet deep,  -    1 sticks
Hole No. 3, 7 feet deep,  -     1J sticks
Hole No. 4, 6 feet deep,  -     1J sticks
The diameter of the sticks was one inch, and the weight six oi1mces'
The ignition resulted in their displacement of about 205 cubic feet bt
rock, or rather better than the effect of 2J times the quantity of 60 per
cent, dynamite. The cleavage Was perfect to bottom of hole., there
was a total absence of smoke and concussion, and the report could hardly
be heard a hundred feet away. Apart from its economic features, the
Oxygen Powder appears to possess peculiar advantages for City use.
Yours truly,
Signed, BOARD OF PUBLIC WOaKS.
Per R. E. Patterson
NOTE-Upon request a second shipment was made to Duluth, Minn.,
August 3, 1910, which was used to complete a job in street work where other
power  as rohbitd. Signed, GOVERNMENT STANIDARD POWDERS CO.
Per E. E. HOFFMAN, Secretary

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