Ironwood, Tasmanian (Noteloea Ligustrina)

Ironwood, Tasmanian (Noteloea ligustrina) exceedingly hard, close-grained wood, used for mallets, sheaves of blocks, turnery, etc.; diam., 9-18 in.; height, 20-35 ft.; sp. grav., about .965. Not uncommon.

Native Box (Bursaria Spinosa)

Native Box (Bursaria spinosa) diam., 8-12 in.; height, 15-25 ft.; sp. grav., about • 825. Used for turnery.

Native Pear (Hakea Lissosperma)

Native Pear (Hakea lissosperma) diam., 8-12 in.; height, 29-30 ft.; sp. grav., about .675. Fit for turnery.

Pinkwood (Beyeria Viscosa)

Pinkwood (Beyeria viscosa) diam., 6-10 in.; height, 15-25 ft.; sp. grav., about •815. Used for sheaves of blocks, and for turnery.

Swamp Tea-Tree (Melaleuca Ericaefolia)

Swamp Tea-tree (Melaleuca ericaefolia) diam., 9-20 in.; height, 20-60 ft.; sp. grav., about • 821. Used for turnery chiefly.

White-wood (Pittosporum bicolor); diam., 8-13 in.; height, 20-35 ft.; sp. grav., about .875. Used in turnery; probably fit for wood-engraving.