First published in 1914, this work is a comprehensive guide to the Tasmanian forestry industry at the time. The author describes the various types of timber trees found in Tasmania, their commercial uses, and the methods employed in the sawmilling industry. The book also provides insights into the role of government in fostering and regulating the industry, offering valuable historical context for those interested in the development of Tasmania’s economy and environment.
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