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machinery (82 lakhs), hardware (18 lakhs), coal {16 lakhs)
railway plant and rolling stock (49 lakhs on account of
railways). The decline in exports from Bombay is accounted fl
decreases in wheat (142 lakhs), cotton twist and yarn (165 h
and opium (54 lakhs).

CEYLON.

The following figures, showing the values of the total import

exports of Ceylon from and to the United I

Trade in 1906. dom, British Colonies and Foreign Coui

during the years 1905 and 1906 (omi

specie and coal exported for use of steamers, bat includi!)^

exports) are taken from the Ceylon Customs Administr

Report for 1906:—



Foreign

Sea-borne Trade

of the Bombay

Presidency.





Imports.


Exports.




1905.


1906.


1905.


11


United Kingdom

British Colonieg

Foreign Countries


25,175,000
70.525,000
12,625,000


Rs.
29,600,000
70,650,000
12,525,000


Rs.
53,976,000
19,000,000
29,200,000


I
5S,4a
20,5S
86,73


Total


108,325,000


112,776,000


102,176,000


109,70



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Miscellaneous.

analysis of the figures, Mr. E. B. Denham, of the Ceylou
rvice, remarks that the majority of the articles which are
i into Ceylon to a larger extent from foreign countries th^n
e United Kingdom or a British Colony are the special
3 of those countries, and not articles in which the United
m or her Colonies have ever competed. Other articles
>r specialities of the countries from which they are imported,
rman beer, Dutch cheese, Japanese jinrickshas (carriages
ts), German sheet-glass, Chinese mats and baskets, and

" scientific " manures, or specially cheap goods.

AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH.

amercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade have
^ . been notified by the Agent-General for Victoria

^ ^ ^ of the following alterations in butter grades
-^ in connexion with the export of Australian

^^^"^- butter :«

erfine " instead of ** First Class Superfine ''—95-100 points
9, instead of 94-100 points; "First Grade" instead of
Class " — 90-94 points inclusive, instead of 86-93 points ;
i Grade " instead of " Second Class "—83-89 points instead
► points ; " Third Grade " instead of " Third Class "—75-82
instead of under 75 points ; " Pastry " butter under

hange came into operation on the 23rd September last.

NATAL.

Lg to the notice on p. 326 of the " Board of Trade

. ^ Journal" of 15th August last, respecting a Bill

* introduced into the Natal Parliament for the

purpose, inter alia, of increasing the tax on

^ 'i - commercial travellers, the Board of Trade

« have been notified by the Colonial OflSce

that the Bill has been withdrawn by the

Jovemment.



NYASALAND PROTECTORATE^

ram has been received at the Colonial OflSce from the OflScer
^ Administering the Government of the Nyasa-

^^ ^ ^ land Protectorate, reporting that the Nyasaland
lationof Qj^^j. ^ Council of the 6th July, 1907, pub-
icentrai jj^j^^^ j^^ ^j^^ "London Gazette" of 3rd
*?^* . September, by which the designation of the

^^'^ territory previously known as the British

Africa Protectorate was changed to that of the Nyasaland
3rate, and a new constitution was established, came into
L the 2l8t October.



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[Oot 31, 1907.



^iteeUaneaui*



LEEWARD ISLANDS.

ITie following figures, taken from the report on the Leeward

Islands for 1906-7 {Golmiial Office, Annual,

Trade in 1906. No. 539), show the total value of imports

and exports, exclusive of internal trade between

the Presidencies, for the years 1905-1906 : —



From and to-


Imports.


Exports.


1905.


1906.


1906.


1906.


United Kingdom

British Colonies

United States of America

Other Foreign Countries ...•


177,119
62,019

151,96S
12,375


178,687
68,227

147,020
13,417


122,970

226,593

40,289

58,192


£

161,614

178,445

43,148

16,006


ToUl


403,481


407,251


447,994


899,208



TURKS AND GAIGOS ISLANDS.

The following comparative statistics of the import and export
trade of the Turks and Caicos Islands are
Trade in 1906. extracted from the report recently issued by the
Colonial OflSce {Annual^ No. 541) : —



From and to-


Importa.


Exports.


1905.


1906.


1905.


1906.


United Kingdom

British Colonies

Foreign Countries


£

5,490

3.975

18,765


£
3,958
5,727

17,887


£
925

3,866

19,807


£

780

5,297

18,863


ToUl


28,230


27,572


23,898


24,940



CUBA.

The British Commercial Agent in the United States (Mr. E.
. Seymour Bell) reports, on the authority of the



acquisitioii of

Cuban Sugar

Properties.



New York ** Tribune," that the American Sugar
Refining Company — the Sugar Trust — has
acquired the property of the Colonial Sugars
Company in Cuba, and that this new acquisition,
together with the plantations recently obtained, costing about
20,000,000 dols. (4,000,000Z.), will give the American Company
control of about 15 per cent, of the present sugar output of Cuba.
It is expected that a number of other important plantations will be
taken over shortly.



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Miscellaneous.



PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA.

iBfil at Beira (Mr. B. C. F. Maugham) has forwarded a
•ff f ^^Py ^^ ^ ^®^ tariflf of trading licences intro-
" duced in the Territories of Manica and Sofala,

'^ ^, administered by the Mozambique Company, on
* tke- Ist September. The taxes on commercial

. . travellers and agents are as follow : — £

I ciai Class 2. Commercial agents, whetherre-

, presenting foreign firms or not, importing

goods by sea for commercial purposes or
orders for the supply of goods imported by sea,
wed to carry on forwarding of goods in transit and
in of goods by land or sea, with or without an oflSce



40

Commercial agents being representatives of firms
d in Rhodesia, who only forward goods for that
whether those goods be in transit, previously imported
sed in Beira ; being permitted to carry on the ex-

by sea of goods from Rhodesia ... 10

. Commercial agents who only conduct transactions
is territory, with or without an office in Beira ... 5
1. Commercial travellers without an office in Beira,
hey carry samples or not, for each trip ... ... 10

-Commercial travellers with an office in Beira, or those
in in Beira more than one month, must pay in accordance
3 2.



CHINA.

ng Commercial Attach6 to H.M. Legation at Peking

^ (Sir Alexander Hosie), reporting on Chinese

* J^ exports in 1906, states that wood oil has come

into great prominence in recent years as a

nd paint oil, and has created a considerable amount of

n America, Europe and other parts, of the world. The

whose fruit it is expressed is a native of the Yangtsze

River Valleys. H.M. Consul-General at Hankow reports

3xport of wood oil from that port as 563,706 cwt. and he

B value (c. i. f.) in Europe or America at 35i. per ton ;

M. Consul at Wuchow reports that 48,329 cwt. passed

the Imperial Maritime Customs destined for foreign

—in other words. Hong Kong. Complaint is still made of

eration of this oil with bean and other oils, a practice

ntinuance will inevitably check the development of an

capable of great expansion.



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[Oct. 31, 1907.



STATIST ICAL TABLES.

Cotton Rotnrns.
Retarn of the Mnrnbor of Bales of Cotton Importad and Rxported at the
Tariooi Port! of the United Kingdom during the Week and 43 Weeks
ended 24th October, 1907 :—





Weekended

24th Oct.,

1907.


43 Weeks
ended

24tb Oct*,
1907.


Week ended

24th Oct.,
1907.


43Weeki
ended

24th Oct,
1907.




Imports.
(Bales.)


Exports.
(Bales.)


American ••• ••• ••.

Braiilian

Bast Indian

Egyptian

MiBceUaneons


No.

63,687
4,197
1,273

10,625
5,708»


No.
2,670,225
187,683
191,960
383,582
132,183t


No.
2,756

950
1,703

441
47


No.
213,643

17,023

64,267
108,342

11,464


Total


85,390


3,565,633


5,897


414,739



* Including 17 bales British West Indian and 69 bales British West African,
t ,} 5,749 „ „ „ „ 8,858 „ „ „



Corn Prices. ,

Statement showing the lYera^e Price of British Coni, per quarter of
8 bushels. Imperial Measure,* as reoeiyed from the Inspectors and Officers of
Excise in the week ended 26th October, 1907, and corresponding wec^ of the
seven previous years pursuant to the Com Returns Act, 1882.



Ayersge Price.




Week ended 26th October, 1907
Correcpondint week in—

1900 ... ... ••• •••



1901 ...

1902 ...
1908 ...
1904 ...
1906 ...
1906 ...



#.


d.


«. d.


35


9


27 2


27


5


26 3


26


2


26 10


25





26 7


26





24 2


80


6


24 11


27


4


24 11


26


7


24 10



a
18



d.
7



16 11

17 7
17 3
15 8

15 10

16 8
16 10



* Section 8 of the Com Returns Act, 1882, provides that where returns of
purchases of British Com are made to the local inspector of Com Returns in any
other measure than the Imperial bushel or by weight or by a weighed measure that
officer shall convert such returns into the Imperial bushel, and in the case of weight
or weighed measure the conversion 'is to be made at the rate of sixty Imperial
pounds for every bushel of wheat, fifty Imperial pounds for eveiy bushel of barley,
and thirty-nine Imperial pounds for every bushel of oats.



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233



Imports of Afrieidtoial Produco into the United Kingdom.
JUoooni' showing the Qiuuititlm d certain kindi of A^enltoral Prodnoe
imported into the United Kingdom in the week ended 26th October, 1907,
together with the qnantitieB imported in the oomeponding week of the
preTJoni year.







Weekended

26th Oct,


imgWeekin






1907.


1906.


Aiiimab,liTing:—








Oxen, bnUs, cowi, and calves


Number.


8,882


Hi^


Sheep and lambe


ti


1,688


. 2^01


Swine


•f





— ^


Hoiaes


tt


277


280


Freeh Meat:—








Beef (indnding refrigerated and froien) ...


Cwts.


161,151


88,635


MottOO „ ff "^ yt *"


tt


106,761


59,856


Pork „ „ „ ...


tt


12,891


12,456


Salted or preserved meat :—








Bacon


Cwts.


78,977


102,257


Beef


tt


2,801


2,478


Hams


tt


13,171


28,114


Pork


tt


4,440


3JJ26


Meat, nnenumerated, frej>h

„ ., saited


tt
tt


10,893
963


I 11,782


„ preserved oiheririse than by salting


»»


10,112


5,856


(mclnding tinned and canned)








Datiy prodnoe and snbstitnteB:—








Butter


Cwts.


66,768


68^330


Margarine





14,322


21,271


Cbeeee


i>


61,907


73,424


Milk, fresh, in cans or drums


tt


2





„ cream ... «.. •••


tt


95


103


„ condensed


tt


17,948


17,127


„ preserved, other kinds

Eggs


Grt. dWdr.


86
606,042


178
427,207


Poultry


Value £


4,222


3,663


Game


tt


8,960


2,843


Rabbits, dead (fresh and frosen)


Cwts.


22,090


24,906


Lsrd ... ••. ... ... •••


tt


30,130


25fi63


Com, grain, meal, and flour :—








Wheat


Cwts.


2,461,600


1,405,300


Wheat meal and flour


tt


210,200


215,900


Barley


tt


948,800


789,800


Oats"^


tt


265,600


216,700


Peas


tt


187,210


38M0


Beans


tt


89.870


8,190


Maize or Indian com


tt


1,190,200


966,000


Fruit, raw :—








Apples .,


Cwts.


108,733


151,817


Apricots and peaches


Bunches.


62





Bananas


181,381


109,062


Cherriee


Cwts.








Currants


tt








Gooseberries


tt








Grapes ^


tt


87,280


70,610


Lemons


tt


30,018


12,167


Oranges ... *.• ••• ••• ••• •••


tt


10,656


12,428


Pters


H


17,606


14,639


Plums ••• ••• ska •.• ••> •>


It


226


8,064


strawberries


tt








Uneaiimerated •


ft


6,679


10,853


Hay ... ... ••• ••• ••• ..« ...


Tons.


896


3,379


Stiaw


tt


1,588


1,060


Mo« Litter


tt


1,627


1,211


HlC^B ••• •••; ••• ••• ••• •••


. Cwts.


6,966


6,296


Loast Beans


tt


66,404


21,657


TeseteUea, raw :—
Onioiis ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• •••


Bnahele.


220,840


194,726


Potatoes


Cwts.


206,997


19,699


Ttanatoes


tt


11,794


9409


Unennmerated .^


TaliM£


8,777


4436


Yttntablea, dried

mwrved by canning


Cwts.
tt


14,191
6,088


15^96
7fi43



^Qoo^(z



234 THE BOABO OF TRADE JOURNAL. [Oct SI, 1907.

GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS.

TRADE BITT7BHS Of THS TTVITED KIVODOX.

The Monthly Aocoonts relating to the Trade and Navigation of
the United Kingdom for the month of September, 1907, have been
published. Th^ accounts, which are issued on the 7th or 8tli of
each month, may be purchased at a cost, in the piesent instance,
of Is. 2(2. per copy, either directly or through any bookseller, from
Messrs. rfjmBxi & Sons, Fetter Lane, E.G., and 32, Abingdon
Street, S. W. ; or Messrs. Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh ; or Edward
Ponsonby, 116, Grafton Street, Dublin.

Attention is further called to the £m^ that the "Annual
Statement of the Trade of the United Kingdom with Foreign
Countries and British Possessions'' for the year 1906, in two
volumes, may be purchased at a cost of 6^. 8d. for the first,
and Ss. id. for the second volume, at any of the addresses enu-
merated above. This publication, which contains much more
detailed and exhaustive information than can be given in the
Monthly Accounts, gives Abstract Tables for the years 1902-1906,
and detailed statements of imports and exports of each article
(firom and to each countiy) in the first volume, and in the
second volume details as to customs revenue, transhipments,
and articles in bond, and particulars of the trade of the United
Kingdom with each foreign country.

BOARD OF TRADE LABOUR OAZETTE.
The " Board of Trade Labour Oasette"* is published by the Board
of Trade on the 16th of each month. The following are among
the more important articles which appear in the October issue : —
State of the Labour Market in September ; Labour Disputes and
Conciliation and Arbitration Boards in 1906; Proceedings under
the Conciliation Act during 1905-7; Labour Statistics of the
United Kingdom ; Emigration in 1906 ; Earnings at Com Harvest;
and House Letting in Scotland.

rOREIOH Of f ICE REPORTS.

The following is a rSmmi of some of the more interesting sub-
jects dealt with in Consular Reports of the Annual Series issued since
the last number of the " Board of Trade Jounial."

AHHVAL SERIES.
Ho. 3,934. Trade of Kiungehow (Hoihow) for 1906.

Total trade shows an increase Record year for the import

of 72,945i. over that of 1905. of kerosene oil.

Diminished export trade. Comparative tables of prin-

Prosperous condition of cot- cipal articles of import and
ton trade. export.

Increased import of metals.

* It can be purchased throngfa any newsagent, price Id.

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Uo90f9MU6i%i jf^Mimitiotii*



lo. 3.935. Trade and AgriimttBre of Algeria for 1906.

>rte and exports ^how a Development of minerals at

arable inoreaae over 1 905. Tenes.

Lstics of principal im- Mining concessions.

vith remarks thereon.

►rts of British Yice-Consals at Philippeville and Collo, Oran,
ftf, and B6ne*

3,936. Trade and Agriculture of Bavaria for 1906 and
part of 1907.

>d of great commercial Decline in the export of

ity. glass.

lopment of railway com- Increased consumption of

tion. petroleum.

rian railways to be Increased production of coal

ed. in 1906.

verity of sugar, tobacco Considerable falling-off in

tile industries. the yield of wine.

Ho. 3y937. Trade of Malaga for 1906.

>pointing year for trade. New mines opened,

kge spoilt by en^essive Comparative tables of im-

ports and exports,
re of fruit crops.

rts by the British Vice-Consuls at Almeria, Aquilas,
Bna, Granada, Gurrucha and Linares, and by the Consular
at Puerto de Mazarron and Adra. .

No. 3,938. Trade of Bangkok for 1906.

value of trade surpasses Increased import of cotton

LOUS records. and silk goods,

derable improvement in Railways under construction,

crop. Comparative tables of im-

Lg off in the export of ports and exports.



COLOHIAL OrriCE RSP0BT8.



bllowing reports have been issued by the Colonial Office
e last number of the " Board of Trade Journal " : —

No. 639. Leeward Islands.

„ MO. Straits Settlements.

„ 641. Turks and Caieos Islands.

„ 642. Somalilan^ Protectorate.

„ 643. Bahamas,

„ 644. Barhadoi.



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Gavemrhent Publieaiums.



OTEEB GOTIBNltENT PUBLICATIONS.

' Conciliation amd Arbih'cdian Boards,"^ Report on Rules (f
Voluntary Conciliation and Arbitration Boards a/nd Joint Committees,
[Od. 3,788.] Price Is. U.

According to this Report, which has been prepared in the
Labour Department of the Board of Trade, the number of Boards
and Committees in the various trades known by the Department
to be in existence at the present time is 194, and it is estimated
that more than 1,250,000 work-people are covered by the opera-
tions of all the conciliatory agencies now in existence. In addition,
there are two Boards whose work is restricted to questions affecting-
employees of Co-operative Societies, and 15 District Boards not
coined to any particular trade. An Appendix is given classifying
the Boards according to the methods adopted for the settlement of
disputes. A further Appendix shows the number of cases settled
by Boards and Committees for a period of ten years. A list is also
given of Existing Boards and Committees, with the names and
addresses of their Secretaries.

Tables showing the Progress of Merchant Shipping in the United
Kingdom and the Principal Maritime Countries. 348. Price 9d.

This annual return, which is compiled bj the Commercial, Labour
and Statistical Department of the Board of Trade, contains statistics
for a series of years relating to the tonnage of sailing and steam
vessels entered and cleared at ports of the United Kingdom, the
British Possessions and the principal foreign maritime countries ;
information is also given as to the total registered tonnage of
British and foreign merchant navies, as to the number and wages
of British seamen, and as to Suez Canal traffic. The figures given
are brought down to the latest year for which particulars are
available, in most cases 1906.

Commercial No. 10 (1907). Correspondence respedin>g the Addif
tional Act to the Brussels iiugar Convention of 5th March, 1902,.
signed at Brussels, 28th Augtist, 1907. [Od. 3,780.] Price 4irf.

* The " Report on Strikes and Lock-outs and on Conciliation and Arbitration
Boards in the United Kingdom in 1906 ** was noticed on p. 91 of the ** Board of
Trade Journal *' of the 10th October.



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Qov^mment Publications.



LIST OF FORBIOH OFFICE BBP0RT8.

Thb followini^ Eeports of H.M. Diplomatic and Consalar OflScers,
which have been issued in the Annual and XiBCellaneGlU Series since
the Ist Janaarj, 1907« xdaj be obtained from Messrs. Wyman A Sons,
Fetter Lane, E.G.





3900

3899

S859

663



S752

8918
666



664

3741

8748

3862
659



8812
3788
3791
3886
8779
3780
3848
8763
3891
3908

3930
3807
8904
3805
3759
3866
3840
8764
3773
3877
8870



EUROPE—

Anstria-Himgary :

Austria-Hungary ...1906 l^d.

Fiume 1906 \d

Trieste 1906 2d.

State cncouragevient to
Industry in HuTigary ..« Hd.



Belgium!

Antwerp — Shipping and

NaYigation 1906 2\d,

Belgium ... 1906-7 id,

Precautiofu taken in BeU
gium to combat Anky-

lottomioHi \\d.

Coai Mining Industry in

Belgium ... \&\d

Denmark:

Denmark— Finances, 1903-4

and 1904-5 U,

Denmark — Trade and Ship-
ping (supplementary) 1905 \d,

Denmark 1906 2K

Danish system of Taxation Id,

France and Colonies:

Algeria 1906 2\d,

Bordeaux 1906 ^{d.

Calais 1906 2\d.

Cherbourg 1906 8<l.

Cochin-Ohlna 1906 Id.

Corsica 1906 Id,

Dunkirk 1906 2d.

French Budget for 1907 2\d.

French West Africa, 1908-6 2d.

Havre 1906 3rf.

Lyons, St. Etienne, and

Orenoble 1906 l\d,

Madagascar 1906 id,

MarseiUes ... ...1906 2\d,

Martinique 1906 ^d.

Nantes 1906 Id.

New Caledonia ...1906 Id.

Nice 1906 \d,

Pondicherry ... ...1906 Id.

Reunion ... ...1906 Id.

Bonen 1906 1^.

St. Nazaire 1906 Id.

8t.PierreandHiquelonl906 \d.

Society Islands ...1906 Id.



3845
3936
3770
3819
3847
3796
3889
3765
3810
3766
661



3786

3806
3821

3809

8786
3818



3926
3781
3795
8902
3920
3799
3768
3778
.S744
3912



3894
3887
3820
3833



3928
3754
3790
8743
3909
8811
3762



ISJifLOVlL'-(continued) —
German Empire:

Baden 1906

Bavaria 1906 k, part of 1907

Chemnitz 1906

Dantzig 1906

Frankfort 1906

Germany 1906

Hamburg 1906

Leipzig 1906

Pomerania 1906

Wurtemburg 1906

Vine culture and Wine

trade of Germany ...

Greece:

Corfu, Cephalonia, and

Zante 1906

Cyclades 1906

Greece— Finances ...1906
Morea, ^tolia and

Acamania 1906

Pineus 1906

Thessaly 1906



Italy:

Florence

Genoa

Italy — Finances

liccce

Leghorn
Lombardy .^

Rome

Sicily

South Italy ...
South Italy
mentary) .



...1906
...1906
...1906
...1906

1906

...1906

1906

1906

1906

(Supple-
1906



Netherlands and Colonies:

Cura<;oa ... 1905-6

Dutch Guiana 1906

Java 1906

Botterdam 1906

Portugal and Ck>Ionies

Angola 1906

Azores 1906

Beira 1906

Goa 1905

Louren^o Marques ...1906

Madeira 1906

Oporto 1906



2d.

h\d.

2d.

6d.

^\d.

i\d.

\d.

2kd.

\d.

\\d.



2d.
Id.
M.

\\d.
2\d.
lid.



2d.

3d.

2id.

Hd.

2d.

nd.

2kd
Hd.

2d.



2d.
Id.
2d.
Hd.



2\d.
id.
2d.
Irf.

i<i.;

Id,



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Oovemmtni PMieoHomi.




3749
3787



8776
3835
8797
8884
8745
8915
8792
8862

8816



8836
8846
3881
3879
8804

3987



3906
8814



8767
8888
8878
8865
8798
3830
8776
8828
8917
8851
8829
8771
8867
8921
8911
3919



8747
8869
8892

8760
8914

8827



EUROPE - (continMedy-

Roamanla :

Boumania (supplementaiy)

1905

Boamania 1906



Batoam...
Finland
Moscow
OdeBsa..



Rusia:



...1906
...1906
...1906
...1906



Poland and Likhnania..l906

Biga 1906

BoetoT-on-Don ...1906

Busda and District of

St. Petersburg ...1906
Taganrog 1906



Spain:

Barcelona

BUbao

Cadiz

Canary Islands



...1906
...1906
...1906
...1906

Galicia, Asturias and
Leon 1906

Malaga 1906

Sweden t

Oothenbnrg 1906

Stockholm 1906

Topkey:

Adrianople 1906

Aleppo 1906

Baghdad 1906

Basra 1906

Beirut 1906

Bengasi ... 1905-6

Constantinople ...1906

Crete 1st 6 months of 1906

Damascus 1906

Erzeroum 1906

Monastir 1906

Palestine 1906

Salonica 1906

Smyrna 1906

Trebiiond 1906

Tripoli 1905

IFRIGl-

Abysdnia ... 1905-4^

Alexandria 1906

Dar-al-Baida ... 1906 and
part of 1907

Liberia 1906

Morocco 1966

Port Said and Saei ...1906



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Port Sudan
Tangier...
Tunis ...



...1906
...1906
...1906
...1906



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Meiioo:

Mexican Budget... 1907-8

Mexico 1906

Mexican IHkmmt {Tfkmm

tepee} Bmilwmjf ... ...

IwMMrts/rom the Umied

Kingdom and Oemumf ...

United SUtet:

Agriculture of the States of
Oregon, Washington and

Idaho.. 1906

Boston 1906

California, Nevada, UUh,
...1906
...1906
...1906
1906-6
...1906
...1906
...1906
...1906
...1906



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and Arizona .

Chicago...

Finances

Hawaii ...

New Orleans

New York

Philadelphia

Porto Bioo

Savannah

States of Maryland, Vii^



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