The Forester

The introduction of foreign trees into this country has not been attended with very
marked success , owing to the severity of the climate in winter . ... The forests
here are estimated at about 1,500,000 The native or indigenous trees to this
country are numerous , as in Switzerland we ... The principal useful timber - trees
indigenous to the country are the Norway spruce fir , Norway maple , Scots pine ,
elm ...

The Forester

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The Forest Worker

... region has the timber and permit the growing of an unusually large number of
power resources for a perpetual industry producing at native and foreign trees
and shrubs . On this border least a million tons of paper annually , and the Forest
 ...

The Forest Worker

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The Forester

Or, A Practical Treatise on the Planting, Rearing, and General Management of
Forest-trees James Brown (of Arniston.) ... The introductions of foreign trees to
this country have been varied and extensive . ... The principal useful timber -
trees indigenous to the country are the Norway spruce fir , Norway maple , Scots
pine , elm ...

The Forester

Author: James Brown (of Arniston.)

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Friends Intelligencer

A careful student and observer advises the use of certain foreign trees , as for
example the Scotch and Corsican pines and ... but even in Europe the profitable
forests are composed mainly of a few native timber trees , and yet the planters
there ...

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Journal

A list is hereto appended of rare , indigenous , and foreign trees which it would
be desirable to form plantations of in suitable ... Seeds , dried flowering
specimens , and timber specimens sent from Forest Branch , Department of lines
, Sydney .

Journal

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Woods Forests

The the home Pine is more difficult to manufacture THE WOOD LEOPARD MOTH
. trees are tall and handsome , showing every in - and dress than the foreign
timber . dication of being the true native Pine . It is Mr . Don , in his work already ...

Woods   Forests

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The Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales

The best timber for combined strength and durability is that which will not split ,
i.e. , such as may always be found in very large quantities lying waste in
remnants of trees that have been left by splitters in the forest ; and on the same
principle , if we ... of foreign trees such as may be found most useful and suited to
our soils and climate , our own native trees appear to be generally of more
importance .

The Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales

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General Information Respecting the Present Condition of the Forests and Timber Trade

Together with a Report on the Forest Resources of the Colony Western Australia
... the removed trees are to be replaced by native species of the same kind , or
whether to some extent trees of foreign ... the leading considerations for forestry
will be to decide on the systems of removal of timber , whether by the total sale of
all ...

General Information Respecting the Present Condition of the Forests and Timber Trade

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Parliamentary Debates

Coming to the question of forestry, I am glad to say we have an excellent Forestry
Department. ... I notice with very great interest that Sir Frank Heath, dealing with
the question of forestry, asks us not to forget our own native forests, not to be
content simply with growing exotic trees, but to ... the millers, the sawmill workers
—by reason of the cheap foreign timber coming into the country free of Customs
duty.

Parliamentary Debates

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American Lumber in Foreign Markets

inches per annum , but imported lumber of any description is not wanted there ,
as the forests abound in ebony , satinwood , and ... There is no shipbuilding and
very little railroad building ; and what with native woods , and creosoted pine , for
sleepers , and ... Principal Timber Trees in Ceylon , by A. Mendis Lenanayke .

American Lumber in Foreign Markets

Author: United States. Department of State. Bureau of Statistics

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American Lumber in Foreign Markets

inches per annum , but imported lumber of any description is not wanted there ,
as the forests abound in ebony , satin wood ... There is no shipbuilding and very
little railroad building ; and what with native woods , and creosoted pine , for ...
Extract from the publication entitled List of the Principal Timber Trees in Ceylon ,
by ...

American Lumber in Foreign Markets

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Gardener s Monthly and Horticulturist

This is orous health they have sound durable timber . different to the case in the
West River districts , These trees grow in the dryer regions of ... in California ,
species that would on trial prove at least equal to trees in the dryer and temperate
regions of our indigenous kinds . ... of many kinds dener's Chronicle will have an
interest for our of foreign trees , and whenever these have to be cut forestry
readers .

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The Gardener s Monthly and Horticulturist

Have these "foreign trees" no use as fire-wood or for timber, that they have been
so extensively planted ? ... We are told that " native trees compose better than
when mingled are kept clean like corn till large enough to smother their own
weeds. ... Forest Fires. — A daily paper remarks : "Great forest fires are reported
from various parts of the country, and in every case it is stated that nothing can
save the ...

The Gardener s Monthly and Horticulturist

Author: Thomas Meehan

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The Encyclop dia Britannica

It does not into France in the reign of Francis I. It has roundish cones , furnish
timber of good size . ... ships , and machines , or for fuel , was found in the
attention is paid to the principles of forest conservancy native woods . ... In all
thickly peopled countries and occasionally of ornamental trees and shrubs , was
prac the forests have long ceased to supply ... the same to few valuable foreign
species , and to plantations made time , the natural forests became greatly
circumscribed , till with ...

The Encyclop  dia Britannica

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The Encyclopaedia Britannica a Dictionary of Arts Sciences and General Litterature

Britain the plant is a hardy evergreen , and can only be It is a native of Japan and
China . It was introduced looked upon as a large shrub or low tree . It does not
into France in the reign of Francis I. It has roundish cones , furnish timber of good
size . ... In all thickly peopled countries and occasionally of ornamental trees and
shrubs , was prac the forests have long ... to a few valuable foreign species , and
to plantations made time , the natural forests became greatly circumscribed , till
with ...

The Encyclopaedia Britannica a Dictionary of Arts  Sciences  and General Litterature

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The Encyclopaedia Britannica

Britain the plant is a hardy evergreen , and can only be It is a native of Japan and
China . It was introduced looked upon as a large shrub or low tree . It does not
into France in the reign of Francis L. It has roundish cones , furnish timber of good
cize . ... In all thickly peopled countries and occasionally of ornamental trees and
shrubs , was prac- the forests have long ... a few valuable foreign species , and to
plantations made time , the natural forests became greatly circumscribed , till with
 ...

The Encyclopaedia Britannica

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The Gardeners Monthly and Horticulturist

In three years grounds more foreign trees than natives are to be the trees can
take care of themselves . Four feet found . " Have these “ foreign trees " no use as
a part is of course too close for permanent timber , fire - wood or for timber , that
they have been so but ... be found in landscape planting of a anting of a grand
blaze in case of fire . that American trees are best adapted to American Forest
FireS .

The Gardeners  Monthly and Horticulturist

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