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Bicycle Boating Great Sport

These Machines Will be Seen In Large Numbers This Year The bicycle boat which in one form and another has appeared at intervals during the past 10 years, seems likely to become quite popular next season.

The case with which a small gasoline motor can be adapted as the motive power, thus making a water “mo motorcycle,” opens up a new type of outdoor sport that has great possibilities.

A recent bicycle boat built by a stage carpenter in New York is shown and will prove suggestive to any of our readers who wish to build one for themselves.

This machine is 8 ft. long, 5 ft. wide, is reversible and weighs 60 lb. The propeller is a 10-in. wheel: 3-bladed.

Provision is made for a small sail to be carried by a tube attached to the This boat will be equipped with power and exhibited at the sportsmen’s show in New.

The pontoons are galvanized The Bicycle Boat is as Handy and Sale on Water as the Ordinary Bicycle is on Land.

A Small Motor can be Easily Attached. Alford head of the frame. In a Speed of 10 Miles an Hour.

At iron which can be made at any time in York. shop; those in the illustration are each OYSTER FISHING BY MACHINERY from Chicago to the City of Mexico on railroad tracks, his auto having been equipped with heavy flanged iron wheels.

The machine will, of course, furnish its own power, and the car will run as the second section of a through passenger train under orders from the train dispatchers.

Two years ago Mr. Glidden made the trip from Chicago to the Pacific coast in the same manner and found no difficulty in keeping up with the passenger train ahead. The steering gear is fastened, as the flanges guirle the car.

OIL BURNER FOR RANGES

The Old and New Way was brought up at the rate of 3.000 bu a day by means of dredges.

The modern oyster boat shown in the illustration is equipped with four dredges operated by a 100-hp, gasoline engine, which is also used for propelling the boat when not running the dredges The boat has a carrying capacity of 3.500 bu, of oysters RAILROAD AUTOMOBILE TRIP Chas.

AuthorH H Windsor
Language English
No. of Pages1040
PDF Size154 MB
CategoryEducation
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