The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
Vol. 1, No. 1 (April 1873)
The Wisconsin lumberman. April, 1873, pp. -7 PDF (1.5 MB)
THE WISCONSIN LUMBERMAN. APR&IL, 1873. I r hav e e oninie nced tbs n l ili iation *ol , vidi 211 years ago wias beariug only sap- tile 1VI-.soX-IX. w1'3;UR ~N \iiti :I Vi'wV ili. pil!('; iidi(lting that some varieties (*fttniri hiiiig. eal(u I I tuiaith. .I a -;IiaPI v fitIII of i tiI*IiiultilIiI to t II Olt g' Igt, I inI eit Iet the 1in:wititurIme or ,.a li lujuilnbur. Ceim.- tr;lyI lIocat.l u-itbin th are:L ot tll( great West. ra pi., rivs. o ur Oportunliities fi .r.saionl uigtInt :lstrvati imiaud tfaciliti.e f, i.l ,wat lili,:g t ltis in.l iorilla~tionl. :it-( tili- surpa-ed<,. We . 1,) no<t jprop,cl,> t<> partie- ul~lriv~exuesit lhis. oar a-o- .thzr lnoe. Ii - It Pitic growv with a.totihisling rapidity, Ind that huinildreds ot years will elapse ere the iminiviise pilwries of Wisconsin shall Ibt comipletely destroyed. HAtternut Timber. IIninese forests of superior quality of Blutternuit tiuilper exist in NorthernI Wis- -onslll. As vet the attentiou of Iltuber- - - - - _-I-. -..- .-..~ ~ r .en ih not drawn tovards the fiact that ty, but sia:1l use miiir uttInoit cut lea v rs to- Butternut lunber is rapidly assulmling fii- wards Ibtiliai:l- tfliv support aind colrtesv - vor amiong the people for almost every (if tile L'unibernien of' flie west l~v ezon- . .. Larticle ot furniture. There being such densing. ft;r their use and lbenteit all in ' - large qjuaintities of the timber, its higi torination possible relacive to mnatters o)f price iudic-ates that little attention is giv- intercst to themi. The presenit numilber is en to its tanufimcture. From Chicago re- necessarily inlcomepletc in very imanmy par-n, ports we nake the following comparisons ticulars, as means of ohtainiing stati.ties f value can only be adopted as the LUMBEIAN Black Walnutclear .. .. . 80. progresses in the flivor of its p:Ltroas,. B~tru.(6. progesss i til ilvor*xtits atr)ilw \Butternut, ............................... ........... 25 CM 66. While first and second clear pine Growth of Pine TImnber. ra'nge from 48 @s 5u. JossEH Mc McEWENx of WauLsIau, whIo ' There is rare opl)portunity for lumber- has had very large experience among the imen to cagage exclusively in the manu- pineries of Wisconsin, stated to us not long facture of butternut lumber. Ia this por- since that fair logging opperations have tion of the State Butternut lands are yet been carried on the jstst inter on land nominal in value.
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