1 edition of The jinker found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS8537 C49 J5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||171 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
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The original project was to restore the timber jinker to go on show then have a log placed on it, followed by some fibreglass bullocks, pending funding to finance the project. Tony said last Sunday saw the jinker, which had been at the front of the centre, placed on stumps with an eight-tonne tallowwood log on the jinker. The timber jinkers had to be walked into the ocean until the water was up to shoulder level of the bullocks and the platform of the jinker was level with the water surface. The bullock team was then turned until the jinker was parallel with the beach and the timber could then be unloaded on to the lighters.
In Jinker on the Sandbank , Arthur Boyd paints his beloved Shoalhaven river in a moment of intense quiet and spiritual calm in the half-light of approaching sunset, like a moment that T.S. Eliot () described as ‘the still point of the turning world.’1 The painting is suffused with purple, pink, grey and that ineffable silver light that fills the sky after sunset. ss upper midwestern slang for penis. Joe and Mike were peeing off opposite sides of a wanted to brag about the size of his jinker, and said to Joe, "This water sure is cold." Joe, not wanting his jinker to be underestimated, replied, "Yeah, and deep.".
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Available now at - Hard Cover - Rippin's Books Ltd., Leicester, UK - - Book Condition: Very Good - No Jacket - "The "Jinker" Cash Book, No. arranged to last one year. Summary at end " "Price 2/6 each" Each pair of pages printed "week ending _____ _" and ruled in columns for takings and expenditure.
Green cloth, rounded corners, gilt The jinker book, c. pages. Jinker definition: a vehicle for transporting timber, consisting of a tractor and two sets of wheels for | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
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n Austral a vehicle for transporting timber, consisting of a tractor and two sets of wheels for supporting the logs. jinker (redirected from jinkers) jinker.
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The War Against Miss Winter, by Kathryn Miller Haines by jinker Sitting on the shelf, the book’s jacket art put me in mind of Jacqueline Winspear’s Maisie Dobbs mysteries. there are special circumstances, you may present your Log Book and appeal to the Club Historic Registrars or Committee for their consideration.
Accepted by Committee: 22/ 2/ Ratified at General Meeting: 21/ 3/ modified by Committee 27/1/ The Club has very good data on membership attendances from records maintained by the membership. Jinker definition is - a contrivance like a cart having either two or four wheels and used especially for log and timber carrying.
The ElphLink is a log jinker designed to improve log transport productivity. This model has been in operation since The unit is ideal for carrying long logs and runs as.
Define jinker. jinker synonyms, jinker pronunciation, jinker translation, English dictionary definition of jinker. n Austral a vehicle for transporting timber, consisting of a tractor and two sets of wheels for supporting the logs. Jinker - definition of jinker by The Free Dictionary.
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Barrie. The jinker trailing behind smashed through fence and came to a halt, the shafts and harness were broken, the horse free from restraint took off down the street.
There weren't any injuries and the horse wasn't harmed so after catching him some of the 'The Original Carrum Cowboys' finished up pushing the broken jinker back home for repairs.
Jinkers & Whims: Jack Bradshaw: A pictorial history of timber-getting. Jinkers and Whims traces the development of the methods and machines used to harvest the forests of Western Australia over the last years, from first settlement to the present day, from horse and steam power to modern mechanical harvesters.
This is a book that will. (Australia) A high wheeled wagon designed to carry lumber suspended under the body of the vehicle. Xavier Herbert, Capricornia, New York: D. Appleton-Century,Chapter XI, p. Near the homestead they came upon Peter sitting on the shaft of a jinker, crooning a corroboree song and gazing so intently at the coffin-like ridge that he did.
jinker definition: Noun (plural jinkers) 1. (Australia) A high wheeled wagon designed to carry lumber suspended under the body of the ms 2. jerkinOrigin Variant of janker. The book was given to Steve Visser in by Hilda Morrison. It was Hilda's aunt's book (Aunt Millie), gifted to her aunt in (Aunt Millie was a Corbett) Inscriptions & Markings Black-painted ladies jinker (pony gig), with rubber tyred wheels, light hickory shafts, patterned black upholstery on seat.
Contents / Thesaurus / Location The jinker in Tesch Park was originally purchased by Jim Cork from local 'Curly' Lane of Maleny for $ in the late 's. The original jinker was yellow in colour and was towed behind a caterpillar logging dozer which lifted one end of a log off the ground, whilst winching or towing.
This made the log easier to snig and prevented damage to the ground whilst.Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine. The Jinker is a jinxer, a mean, rotten Newfoundland sea captain, who brings disaster to those who come.Junker (Danish: Junker, German: Junker, Dutch: Jonkheer, English: Yunker, Norwegian: Junker, Swedish: Junker Georgian: იუნკერი (Iunkeri)) is a noble honorific, derived from Middle High German Juncherre, meaning "young nobleman" or otherwise "young lord" (derivation of jung and Herr).The term is traditionally used throughout the German-speaking, Dutch-speaking and Scandinavian.