10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BUSHELLER»
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busheler,. busheller. (bush'el-er),. n. [<. bushel2. + -er1.] A tailor's assistant,
whose business is to repair garments. [U. S.] bushelman (bush ' el-man), n. ; pi.
bushelmen (-men). Same as busheler. bushelwoman (bush'el-wum"an), re. ; pi.
... Report on Strikes and Lock-outs in the United Kingdom ...
When the temperature is found to be less than 102 degrees, the extra man at the
expiration of the current half day shall be withdrawn. io Asian and African
Cargoes of Grain.— Should the men demand an extra busheller and the
In early days the threshed grain was dropped from the machine or separator into
bushel boxes. These had to be lifted by a man called the " busheller," and
emptied into bags held by another man called the "bagholder." These men
J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish, 1903
Report of the Auditor of Accounts, of the Commonwealth of ...
879 00 M. Butcher, hostler, 825 00 C. W. Sylvester, steam fitter, 747 00 H. M.
Blaisdell, assistant engineer, 742 50 P. G. Peirce, busheller, 717 50 L. A. Carr,
laborer, 715 00 H. P. Sheasgreen, bookkeeper, 675 00 If. E. Twomey, instructor, .
Massachusetts. Dept. of the State Auditor, 1907
P. G. Pierce, busheller, J. R. Brown, instructor, L. A. Carr, laborer, . H. C. Shepard,
" A. O. Loring, " Emma Leland, organist, Beans, Bread and crackers, . Butter and
butterine, Cereals, rice, meal, etc. Food. Fish Flour, Fruit, Meats, Milk, Molasses, ...
Massachusetts. Dept. of the State Auditor, 1903
Report by the Chief Labour Correspondent on the Strikes and ...
For an additional busheller in transferring corn from ships' bags to sacks. For an
extra busheller in each gang. For a fixed rate of 5*. 6d. for a defined working day,
with overtime at the rate of time and half for all hours worked beyond that limit.
Public documents of Massachusetts
... hostler, 900 00 P. G. Peirce, busheller, 780 00 L. A. Carr, laborer, 780 00 E. S.
Channel], electrician, . 778 25 J. R. Brown, instructor, fi75 50 M.J. Farrell, 009 00
H. C. Shepard, laborer, . 600 00 A. O. L. Loring, " 550 00 L. C. Carberg, assistant
The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature
... with chafi' and debris. In early days the threshed grain was dropped from the
machine or separator into bushel boxes. These had to be lifted by a man called
the “ busheller," and emptied into bags held by another man called the “
Report on Strikes and Lock-outs in the United Kingdom...and ...
For advance in prices of gd. per ton on certain work. Objection to man appointed
to work the machinery at a salt tip. For an additional busheller in transferring corn
from ships' bags to sacks. For an extra busheller in each gang. For a fixed rate ...
Great Britain. Board of Trade, 1897
You shouldn't talk about them in that way, you know. You might find yourself in a
mental hospital until it was 'His Majesty's pleasure' to let you out!' Ned, the
busheller, was walking towards them, along the line of bines. He smiled when he
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