Miscellaneous Papers - 2 Vols

By: Juritz, C F

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Two volumes. Collection of papers by Charles Juritz. Volume I: 'The Chemical Constitution of some Colonial Fodder Plants & Woods' (1890; James Ferguson & Co., Wynberg); 'Provisional Register of South African College Students (past and Present)' (1893, Townshend, Taylor & Snashall, Capetown); 'The Chemical Composition of the Soils of the South-Western Districts of The Cape Colony' (1900, Philosophical Society of South Africa); 'The Need for Organised Chemical Research in the Cape Colony' (1905, Townshend, Taylor and Snashall Printers, Cape Town); 'Some Notes Regarding South African Pharmacology' (1905, South African Philosophical Society); 'Kaffir Beers, Their Nature and Composition' (1906, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'Orange River Silt as a Fertilising Agent' (1907, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'The Fertility of Some Colonial Soils, as Influenced by Geological Conditions' (1907, South African Philosophical Society); 'Analyses of Grain Soils, Cape Division' (1908, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'The Underground Waters of Cape Colony: Presidential Address to the Cape Chemical Society, Delivered at the Third Annual General Meeting, Cape Town, April 28th, 1908' (1908, Cape Times Limited, Government Printers, Cape Town); 'Investigation into Physical Composition of Some Cape Colony Soils' (1908, African Book Company, Limited, Grahamstown); 'Dangers of Fermenting Vats and Wine Tanks' (1908, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'Utilisation of Sea Weeds for Manurial Purposes and in other Industries' (1908, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'The Composition of Salt From Some Colonial Salt Pans' (1908, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'The Registration and Purchase of Fertilisers' (1908, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'Sulphur As a Pest Remedy' (1908, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'Registered Commercial Fertilisers' (1909, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'Presidential Address' )1909, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'The Sale of Fertilisers and Farm Foods' (1909, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'Peter Macowan' (1910, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Report of the Proceedings of the First Annual Transvaal Dry-Farming Congress held at Klerksdorp on 11th and 12th, 1910' (1910, Transvaal Department of Agriculture); 'Celestial Chemistry' (1910, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Cayenne Pepper: Its Nature and Composition' (1910, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); ' Moisture in Export Maize' (1910, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); ' Registered Commercial Fertilisers, 1909-1910 Season' (1910, Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'The Sugar Content of Beet; and the Possibilities of Sugar-Beet Cultivation in South Africa' (Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture); 'Notes on the Fertilizers, Farm Foods, Seeds, and Pest Remedies Act (Cape Province)'. Vol 2: 'Notes on the Fertilizers, Farm Foods, Seeds and Pest Remedies Act (Cape Province)' (1911); 'Twenty Five Years of Chemical Investigation in the Cape Colony' (1911, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Registered Commercial Fertilizers, 1910-1911 Season' (Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Changes in Moisture Content of Maize during Transit to Seaports', (1911, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Notes on Soil Moisture', (1912, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'The Composition of Cape Barley' (1912, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Investigation of Chemical Problems in a New Country: Presidential Address to the Cape Chemical Society delivered at the Seventh Annual General Meeting, Capetown, 19th April, 1912, (1912, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Sugar Beet Investigation in the Cape Province', (1912, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Seasonal Variations in Composition of Cape Peninsula and Kimberley Milk', (1912, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Analyses of Registered Commercial Fertilizers, 1911-1912 Season'; 'Commercial Valuation of Government Guano', (1913, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Recent Soil Investigation in the Cape Province', (1914, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'The Chemical Composition of South African Maize and other Cereals', (1914, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Sir W F Hely-Hutchinson', (1913, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Some Soil Conditions which Affect Soil Fertility', (1914, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture); 'Chemical Composition of Rain in the Union of South Africa', (1914, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Olifants River Irrigation Scheme (Van Rhynsdorp Division) Flying Agricultural Survey of the Soils of the Irrigable Area', (1914, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture, Science Bulletin No 5); 'Notes on Some Indigenous and Other Fodder Plants', (1914, Union of South Africa, Department of Agriculture, Science Bulletin, No 6); 'South African Plant Poisons and Their Investigation', (1915, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'The Prickly Pear Problem in Australia', (1915); 'The South African Association of Analytical Chemists, Address delivered at the Third Annual General Meeting, Johannesburg, on July 1915', (1915 Townshend, Taylor and Snashall, Printers, Cape Town); 'The Urgency of a Definite Forward Movement in the Study of the Active Principles of South African Plants - Read before the British Medical Association, Cape of Good Hope (Western) Branch, on Friday, August 27th, 1915', (1915, Townshend, Taylor and Snashall Printers, Cape Town); 'Notes on the Chemical Composition of Karroo Ash', (1916, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Experiments with the Sugar Beet in South Africa', (1916, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'The Wheat Soils of Alexandra Division, Cape Province', (1917, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Agricultural Education in Australia', (1917, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Paul Daniel Hahn', (1918, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'President's Address, Johannesburg, 1918', (1918, SA Association for the Advancement of Science); 'Agricultural Soil Surveys', (1919); 'Science and Progress in South Africa', (1915); 'Science and Progress in South Africa', (1916); 'Science and Progress in South Africa', (1917); 'Science and Progress in South Africa', (1919); 'South African Mylabrids as a Source of Cantharidin', (1919, Department of Mines and Industries (Industrial Section)); 'The Grasses of the Eastern Coast Belt available for the Manufacture of Paper; and the Possibilities and Prospects of Papermaking in the Union of South Africa', (1919, Industries Bulletin No 7). The boards of both volumes are simple, functional. They have wear about the edges, corners and seams. They are passive, steady, sound. The booklets/ pamphlets/ articles are all in excellent condition. Some have thin rims of storage marks about the edges. However, the pages are tight, very clean and clear, unblemished, healthy, very confident. fkOrders over $50.00 are shipped using tracked courier delivery services.

Title: Miscellaneous Papers - 2 Vols

Author Name: Juritz, C F

Categories: Africana - Agriculture,

Publisher: Various: 1890

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: 38or