Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Volume 61, Issues 228-231

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Contents

EMIGRATION TO SOUTH AMERICA Swalm
38
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES IN URUGUAY
40
Port WORKS AT MONTEVIDEO Finch
41
HARBOR REGULATIONS OF PUERTO CABELLO Valkmar
42
IMPORTS OF PARAGUAY
44
Ruffin Harrison XIII SUGAR IN PARAGUAY Ruffin
47
AGRICULTURE IN Mexico
49
Pollard
50
BRICK FACTORY IN MEXICO
51
NEW RAILROAD LAW OF MEXICO Clayton
52
BIDS FOR RAILS IN BRAZIL Bryan
53
FOREIGN JUDGMENTS IN BRAZIL
54
Hill
56
JUDICIAL REFORMS IN ARGENTINA
57
PROPOSED ARGENTINE TARIFF
58
TARIFF CHANGES IN SALVADOR Jenkins
59
SUGAR INDUSTRY IN TRINIDAD Loomis
61
COFFEE IN JAMAICA Dent
62
PLAN FOR CONTROLLING COFFEE MARKET Loomis
63
XXV CANADIAN CANAL PROBLEM
64
NOTES FROM DAWSON CITY McCook
65
MINING IN SZECHUAN Conger
67
UNITED STATES TRADE IN CHINA tuwler
71
PLUMBAGO IN JAPAN AND CHINA
89
Japan 89China 90
90
Everett
92
FRENCH View of PHILIPPINE SITUATION Covert XXXII COTTONSPINNING MACHINERY IN JAPAN
93
Lyon
95
ELECTRIC INDUSTRY IN JAPAN
96
PASSENGER TRANSIT IN JAPAN s
97
PASSENGER TRANSIT IN SHANGHAI Goodnow
98
RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION IN THE TRANSVAAL
100
FEDERAL MOVEMENT IN AUSTRALIA Bell
104
HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS AT VICTORIA Smith
107
COVERED BERTHS IN SHIPYARDS Metcalf
109
TRADE SUGGESTIONS FOR ASIATIC TURKEY Washington
113
THE INDIARUBBER TRADE Hill
114
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115
ReFORMS IN THE COTTON TRADE Boyle
116
THE EDUCATION OF GERMAN CONSULS Mason
118
GERMAN TOOLMACHINE TRUST Hanauer I 21
121
TRADE AND INDUSTRIES OF MANNHEIM Osterhaus
122
53
123
GERMAN TARIFF ON AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND Tools Mason I 24
125
GERMANAMERICAN BALANCE OF TRADE Fisk
126
GERMANYS FOREIGN INTERESTS Monaghan
127
GERMANYS WOOL IMPORT
128
s Stern
129
Duty On Druggists SCALES IN GERMANY AND FRANCE
130
Germany 130France 131
131
58
133
LOCOMOTIVES IN GERMANY Monaghan
134
TRAMWAYS IN MILAN Jarvis
135
TRADE OF BELGIUM First Five MONTHS OF 1899 Lincoln
136
59
137
AMERICAN FRUIT IN NORWAY Bordewich
139
AMERICAN FRUIT IN THE NETHERLANDS Listoe
140
AMERICAN BARBER CHAIRS IN GERMANY Harris
141
PATENT MEDICINES IN PORTUGAL Townsend
142
BANKING AND RAILWAY STATISTICS OF IRELAND 1898 Piatt
143
MerCHANTS IN ATHENS McGinley
144
PLATINUM IRIDIUM AND OSMIUM IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
145
Canada 145Brazil 147Colombia 147
147
NAVIGATION OF THE RIVER VOLGA
148
TRADE OPENINGS IN Russia Hanauer
149
LEGAL STATUS OF FOREIGN CORPORATIONS IN Russia
150
FAILURE OF CROPS IN SOUTHERN RUSSIA Heenan
156
62
157
TRADE OF HONGKONG IN 1898 Wildman
166
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS New Openings for Trade
185
CONTENTS Page
189
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189
CANADIAN COMPETITION IN GREAT BRITAIN Boyle 189
189
AMERICAN CATTLE AND FRESH BEEF IN BELGIUM AND GER MANY Mason
196
IMPORTATION OF MEAT INTO FRANCE Gowdy
199
UNITED STATES FRUIT AND FRUIT WASTE IN GERMANY Pettit
200
GERMAN View of AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL Exports Hanauer
202
ALUMINIUM IN GREAT BRITAIN McFarland
215
MANUFACTURE AND USE OF Wood Flour IN GERMANY Mason
216
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217
ELECTRIC STREETCAR SYSTEM OF HAMBURG Pitcairn
218
EXPOSITION AT GHENT Le Bert
222
IMPORTS OF COTTON GOODS FROM MANCHESTER Grinnell
224
EGG INDUSTRY IN GERMANY AND RUSSIA Winter
225
PETROLEUM INDUSTRY IN RUSSIA Holloway
226
TEXTILE PLANTS IN Russia Atwell
227
Russias FLAX AND HEMP CROPS OF 1898 Holloway
230
FAILURE OF CROPS IN SOUTHERN Russia Heenan
231
FRENCH WHEAT CROP OF 1899 Atwell
232
TRANSPORTATION FROM MARSEILLES Skinner
233
USES OF TOBACCO JUICE IN FRANCE Van Buren
236
MEASURES AGAINST THE PLAGUE AT MARSEILLES
238
s Skinner
239
TRADE CONDITIONS IN PERSIA Monaghan
240
CONGRESS OF CHARITY AT Paris
242
REPORT of FRENCH STEAMSHIP LINE Thackara 213
243
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244
Paper MillsOperation of Japanese Copyright LawConsu
330
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Markets of SiberiaAgri
344
CONTENTS Page
349
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349
HOSIERY AND KNIT UNDERWEAR IN EUROPE
349
England 349Germany 357France 366
366
KID GLOVES AND KID SKINS
367
Anderson
370
PAWNBROKING IN GERMANY
371
Barnes
375
ELECTRIC PLANTS IN GERMANY Monaghan
376
GROWTH OF GERMAN INDUSTRIES
377
TRADE AND LAPOR IN GERMANY Hanauer VII AMERICAN COAL IN SOUTHERN GERMANY
381
PETROLEUM IN HAMBURG IN 1898
382
BRITISHGERMAN TRADE
383
WESTINGHOUSE WORKS IN GREAT BRITAIN Halstead
384
AMERICAN MACHINERY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM Fleming
385
RUSSIAN CATTLE FOR ENGLAND Heenan
389
CONSTRUCTION OF STREETS AND BUILDINGS IN BRESLAL Erdman XIV GERMAN PRIZE FOR BEETLIFTING MACHINE I
392
THE GERMAN BEETSugar CAMPAIGN OF 189899
393
ROADSIDE FRUIT IN EUROPE
395
STREETCAR STRIKE IN NANTES
396
Brittain
397
ELECTRIC RAILWAY IN BORDEAUX Tourgée
398
New Use foŘ AMERICAN DRIED APPLES IN FRANCE S XX AMERICAN WHEAT FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF MACARONI
400
TRADE OPPORTUNITIES IN RUSSIA
401
GERMAN AND FRENCH TRADE IN Russia
403
WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKES ON Russian RAILWAYS Holloway
404
Russias ACREAGE IN BEETS IN 1899
408
RUSSIAN TAXES ON TRADE AND COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS Tower XXVI WORK ON SIBERIAN RAILWAY Hagerman
409
RESOURCES OF ASIATIC RUSSIA
411
New SIBERIAN City
412
IRON BedsteadS FOR THE ORIENT
413
Davidson
414
CAMPHOR MONOPOLY IN FORMOSA Gowey
415
Freight FacilitIES FROM ATLANTIC Ports to CHINA Goodnow
416
MOTOR VEHICLES IN SHANGHAI
417
AMERICAN Trade INTERESTS IN HONGKONG
418
TREATMENT OF FOREIGNERS IN FORMOSA Buck
421
REGULATIONS RELATING TO FOREIGNERS IN JAPAN I
423
526
517
398
531
400
533
Monaghan
558
AGRICULTURAL PossibiliTIES IN THE YUKON TERRITORY McCook
620
403
628
TRADE NOTES FROM SOUTH AFRICA
646
404
648
RussiaDuties in ZanzibarConsular Reports Transmitted
653
Foreign RePORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Trade Openings in Syria
663
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