Instructions.

Read the General Instructions at the head of the Elementary paper. You are only permitted to attempt six questions.

21. What is the difference between single and double laths, and what does the first coat of plaster on ceilings ordinarily consist of? (12.)

22. When ought timber to be felled, and why ?

What is American yellow pine chiefly used for ? (12.)

*23. Sketches of two forms of mortar joints, one being known as tuck pointing.

Draw them to twice the scale, giving each its proper name, and state your views as to their merits, also making any alteration you think advisable. (12.)

*24. Cross section through part of a brick wall faced with ashlar.

Draw, to a scale of 1" to a foot, showing its construction. (14.)

25. Explain by sketches the meaning of the following terms : - " fascia and soffit boarding to eaves," "dragging tie or dragon beam," " flitched girder," "torus moulded skirting." (14.)

26. Give an elevation and longitudinal section, one half full size, of each of the following joints in a 1-inch lead pipe: - a wiped joint, a blown joint. (14.)

*27. Cross section of a hollow brick wall resting on a concrete foundation.

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Draw, to a scale of " to a foot, showing the hollow space next the outer face, iron wall ties, and an asphalte damp course. (16.)

*28. Plan of a stair.

Draw, to a scale of " to a foot, showing the handrail by double lines, and newels ; also giving the name by which it is known and the names of its different parts.

Give, to a scale of 1" to a foot, an end elevation of two of its steps, showing return moulded nosings and a sunk and moulded string. (16.)

*29. Line diagram of an iron roof truss.

Draw to twice the scale, showing the members in tension by single lines and those in compression by double lines. (16.)

30. Elevation of a beam of a traveller running on a gantry.

Give an end elevation of the traveller, to a scale of to a foot, showing how it is carried on the gantry. (17.)

*31. Plan of a double cover riveted joint in a " tie bar, showing the positions of the rivets.

State the nature of the joint, having regard to the arrangement of the rivets ; and draw a section, one-third full size, through AA, showing " rivets to a 3" pitch, with snap heads above and pan heads below. (17.)

32. Draw, to a scale one-sixth full size, a vertical section through a window back, showing a coursed rubble wall 12" thick, with both stone and wood sills, and the bottom rail of a 2" double hung sash. The back lining to be 3' high to sash, with moulded panels, and to be box-framed, showing vertical sliding shutters in two 3' 6" leaves. (18.)