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A CROSSCUT SAW.

Hold the Haw iv po a itiim square across the log, the centre of the saw directly over the centre ol 1 the log. Stan' 1 , so that you face the lino of the cut with the handle directly n ;-posito the centre of 3*our body. Keep aa close and let the saw freely mies your hody and clothing. Get the stroke with your arms and the bend and turn of your body. Hold the handle loosely in both hands, with the outside hand below. I'iiU the saw straight through the cut both laterally and perpendicularly. Practise so von con change sides a: id draw right or left-h;uideu. AViih a little practice this can be done more rapidly and eisier.

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A CROSSCUT SAW., Bruce Herald, Volume XXXI, Issue 3186, 31 July 1900

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A CROSSCUT SAW. Bruce Herald, Volume XXXI, Issue 3186, 31 July 1900

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