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44,680

38,322


Total


237,256


223,448


283,955


210,149





CHILE.

H.M. Charg6 d* Affaires at Santiago reports that during August
-^^ - considerable anxiety was caused on account of

pJ/T . the dearness of provisions in Chile. The high

* * price of meat in the capital, which during the

past two years has risen as much as 300 per cent., has resulted in
great hardship to the labouring classes. This is, in all proba-
bility, due principallj'^ to the fact that owing to the rise of wages
during the past two years, the labouring classes, who formerly
subsisted on bread and beans, have now become very large con-
sumers of meat, and the capabilities of the country are insufficient
to meet the consequent sudden increase in the demand. A com-
mission is sitting to study the question, and it is expected that .
next session Congress will sanction the suspension of the duty on
imported cattle.

SIAM.

The Acting British Consul at Bangkok (Mr. J. Crosby) reports

T V TntH f *^*^ *^® quantity of teak exported from that

TR V V ^ P^^ during 1906 shows a falling-off as against

jiangKOK. jQQg ^^jj^ ^^^^^j y^^j.j ^f ^ p^gQ ^^^g^ ^^^ figures

being 96,837 tons, valued at 819,647Z., in 1906, as compared with
101,397 tons, valued at 817,396Z., in 1905. The output of teak for
1906 constitutes a record, however, for all previous years, 1905
excepted, and exceeds the five years' average by 29,345 tons
(338,036Z.). To the figures given for 1906 mustbe added a total
of 74,494 bundles (about 621 tons) of teak shingles exported.
(Foreign Office^ Annual Series, 3,938).



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335



STATIS TICAL TABLES.

Cotton Eetnrnt.— October, 1907.

Setnni of the Number of Balee of Cotton Imported and Exported,
forwarded from Forti to Inland Towns, and Betnmed to Forts
during the Month and Ten Months ended 31st October, 1907,
ciompared with the corresponding Periods of the Tear 1906.





MOSTH or OOTOBIB.


Tin IfoHTHs ian>RD

818T OOTOBSR.




1907.


1906.


1907.


1906,




Imports.


AflMriesB

BiMQiftii .^ ^.

lMtTndi«n ... ...


244,494

4,780

17,418

42,096

11,012*


336,200

3^2

3,413

33/m

17J682


2,646,498
179,209
198,924
892,460
ldl,806t


2fi20fi83

196,437

120,729

326,139

87,161


Total ... ...


819,799


303fi67


8,642,896


2,749fi39




BXPORTS.


Amerioan ...

BiMilUn

But Indian

MSmlb^Mma Z Z


12,619

147r

8,280

1,694

605


11,710

1,486

2^70

2,242

766


218,992
16,907
68,808

107,809
11,621


161,626

16,163

38fi69

60431

7fi08


Total


24,669


19^62


418,637 272,196




FoBWABDK) from Ports to Iitlahd Towvs.


American

Brasflian ...
iMt Indian

Sf'toeOanoona ...


244,882
18,221

6.866
26,164

8,817


266,480

19^89

3,213

19,017

10,429


2,481,876

129,767

61,852

• 272,818

69,928


2,426,049
160J916

49,868
243,213

72J942


Total ... ...


808,889


307,728


3,015,741


2^61^77




FoRWARDBD fioin Jmlamd Towvs to Ports.


AnMnoaa ... ...

Bfadian

iMt Indian ... ...

ucdlanaona .a


9

6


4
270


417
186


623

T4S


Total ... ...


16


274


602


971



* Indading 120 bal«Biitidi Wert Inditti and 891 bales BritiihWMt African,
t „ S,749 ,, ,i „ «,«W „ „ „



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Cotton Betimif— contiMfied.

Retoni of the Mimbor of BalM of Oottai ImpoHod and Izpoptod at the
Yarioni PofIi of the United Kingdom during the Week and 45 Weeka
ended 7th Noreinber, 1907 >-





Weekended

7th Nov.,
1907.


45 Week!
ended

7th Nov.,
1907.


Weekended

7th Nov.,
1907.


45 Week!

ended
7th Nov.,

1907.




IMPOBTS.

(Balei.)


SXF0BT8.

(Bale^)


Anerioan ••• ••• •••

Braiilian

East Indian

MiaceUaneoni


No.

93,449

3,187

407

10,242
7,889*


No.
2,824,441
190,870
197,670
411,619
140,622t


No.
3,274

6,120
410
157


No.
218,798

17,057

76,028
109,219

11,678


Total


116,174


3,764,922


9,961


431,780



* Including 67 hales British West Indian and 1,069 bales British West African,
t » 6,816 „ „ „ 9,917 „ „



Corn Prioot.^

ntalemont showing the iTermgo Moo of Britlah Oon, per quarter of
8 bnshels. Imperial Measure,* as received from the Inspectors and Offioers of
Excise in the week ended 9th November, 1907, and corresponding weeks of the
seven previous years pursuant to the Com Betums Act, 1882.




Week ended 9th MoTember, 1007



Conenonding



week In-



1901 ...

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



i.


d.


t.


d.


35


10


27


8


27


1


25


8


26


9


26


9


25





25


11


26


6


24


6


30


3


24


6


28


3


24


10


26


6


24


8



«. d.

18 10



17 1

18 3
17 3

15 9

16 11

17 4
17 1



* Section 8 of the Com Betums Act, 1882, provides that where returns of
purchases of British Com are made to the local inspector of Com Betums in an j
other measure than the Imperial bushel or bj weight or by a weighed measure that
officer shall convert such retums 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 twhnds for every bushel of barley^
aud thirty-nine Imperial pounds for every bu^el ef oats.



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337



Importt of Afrioiiltiind Produce into tbo United Kingdom.
Aeoonnt ihowiiig the QnantitieB of oertain kinds of IMenltiipal PFodaoe
imported into the United Kingdom in the week ended 9th November, 1907,
together with the qnantitieB imported in the ooneeponding week of the
prevlong year.







Week ended
9th Nov.,


mg Welkin






1907.


1906.


AnimahyliTing:*








Oxen, bnllB, cows, and calves


Hmnber.


11,927


9,736


Sheep and lambe


n


3,188


ifles


Swine


ti





_


Hones


If


819


418


Fresh Meat:—








Beef (indoding refrigerated and frozen) ...


Cwts.


100,105


70,145


Mutton „ „ ,. ...


n


48,061


36,296


Fork » »» M


n


11,486


11,366


Baited or preserved meat :—








Bacon


Cwts.


91,640


103,814


Beef


n


1,683


2,401


Hams


ti


27.228


17fi77


Pork


ft


4,676


3,766


Meat, nnenamerated, fresh

1, M salted

„ preserved otherwise than by salting
(inclnding tinned and canned)


It
n
n


10,898
1,880
5,646


} 8^90
2,443


Dairy produce and sabstitntes:—








Batter


Cwts.


61,056


67fi84


Margarine


>t


16,767


19^26


Cheeae


))


49,866


39,689


Milk, fresh, in cans or dmms


n







oream ..• ••• ... ... ...


M


110


74


„ coDden^


n


21,808


14fi74


„ preserved, other kinds


Ort. ]£mdr.


184


187


Bggs


480.978


468,691


Poultry


Talne £


12,106


7,244


Game «


n


2,649


2,479


BabbitS) dead (fresh and frown)


Owts.


19,654


40,233


Lard


tl


46,616


31fi73


Com, grain, meaL and floor :^








Wheat


Cwte.


1,298,700


1,939,000


Wheat meal and flomr


n


324,200


304,100


Barley


n


626,700


660,800


Oats


n


869,200


286,700


Peas


n


27,620


116^80


Beans


n


19,760


4,330




n


1,289,500


941,500


Fruit, raw :—








Apples


Cwts.


160,102


196,347


Apricots and peaches ^


BmiSU.


28


67


Bannnafl ...


97,078


106,427


Cherries


Cwts.


^





Corrants


tl








Gooseberries


n


..


««.


Onpea ^


M


77,644


36,294


Lemons


n


28,582


6,378


Oranges


n


82,440


14,886


Pears


n


9,484


8fi46


Plums


n


289


4^84


Strawberries




__




Unennmerated


n


4,067


6^20


Hsy


Tons.


1,218


2^71


Soaw ^..


n


589


708


Moss Litter




1,141


1,676


Hops


Ci^.


7,993


12,666


LooDst Beans


fi


9,200


31,100


vIBIdlS ••• ••• ... •


Bnshels.


227,700


181,636


Potatoes


Cwts.


877,285


19.388


Tomatoes, ..., ...


•t


10,848


. 7^86


Unenumerated -. ...


Value £


8,466


6fi62


YttRtables, dried

rreserved by canning


Cwts.


8,295
6,802


14,866
6,266



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m BOABB OV T&ABB lOtmNAL. t^ov. 14, If07.



Bankrupt^.— Xnf land and Wales.



Niunber of BeeeiTins^' Ordera and Adminittration Orders under
Sec 185 (Deceased Debtors' Estates) of the Act of 1883 Ka^etted
in the undermentioned Prinoipal Trades and Oooupationa daring
the periods indicated . —



"


r^UfA^m


Ten Montha




VCWf


MOA.


ended aist Oct




1907.


1906.


1907.


1906.




Nc


No.


Mc


No.


Toti^ gwetted^.


888


376


8,398


8,713


Knmber gasetted in prindpal trades and ooospar










tiona:—










Bailden • ••• ••• •..


24


29


241


253


Q-toctrBf 4o. • •.. ••.


20


26


204


275


Pablioaaa and hotel keepen, 4o


26




191


214


Fannera and gtaslen


18




140


160


Batchers '


16




117


112




8




94


100


Bakers


12




91


112


Oreengrooers, fruiterers, Ac


4




84


119


Tailors, Ac ••


7




79


76


Boot and shoe mannfaotuers and dealers


7




78


92


Drapers, haberdashers, 4c


9




78


81


Goal and coke merchants and dealers


5


"


61


6?


Fishmongers, poulterers, 4c


8




52


67


Clerks, commercial and general


6




48


52


Carriers ,carmen, lightermen, and hauliers .. .


7




48


38


Confectioners ...


1




41


21


Auctioneers


6




88


40


Jewellers, watchmakers, silversmiths, 4c ...


1




38


35


Agents,commis8ion and general


5




86


42


TraTelleiB, commercial


8




84


26




2




80


31


Com, flour, seed, hay, and straw merchants and










dealers


4




80


29


Dairymen, oowkeepexB, 4c ^


6




80


28


General dealer!


2




80


27


Famitui« dealers and makers


8




80


25


Hezohants, general


8




30


21


Bicycle, 4c, mannfaotuzen and dealen


8




29


41




2




27


35


Printers, booksellers, and publishers ••• -.


4




27


Mi



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* Bankruptcy.— Xnf land and Walea— con^ifiuei.





October.


Ten 11
ended 8


onths
1st Oct.








1907.


1908.


1907.


1906.


'


Nc


No.


Nc


No.


Hnmber gaietted in priBoipal trades and oocnpa-




















Bngineera Mid f oimden, 4o


7




17


29


TobacooniBts, 4o. ...


4




26


8S


OaRiage,«c, builders


4




24


19




8




28


26


Oarpenters and Joiners


7




28


26




8




28


18


Lodging-house keepers


3




28


17


Gardeners, florists, Ac. ...


2




28


14


SoUoitors


4




22


20




1




21


26




8




20


22


Brokers, stock and share ...


2




20


18


Ironmongers


4






26


Blacksmiths, farriers, 4c.


1






21


Stationers ...


4






21


Gontractors


2






19


Directors and promoters of pnUic companies ...


4


2




12


Ohina, glass, and earthenware, 4c, dealers ••










9


Clothiers, ontfitters, 4c


2


6




27


Saddlers and harness makers ^


8


2




n


Wheelwrights


1


2




16


Schoolmasters and schoolmistresses ...


2


1




16


Wine and spirit merchants, 4c


4


2




11


Officers in Army


2







18


Stone, marble and monnmental masons, 4c. ...


1


2




16


Oattle and pig dealers


1





1^


15


▲rchitecUandsnnreyors..* ... ^





2




14


KilliiMrB, dressmakers, 4c


1


3




22




2


S




21


Hairdressers





1




19


Millers ... ... ••• ... ...


8







16


Hosiers, gloTers, 4c


1


2




16


Timber merchants


8


3




11


Onrriers, tanners, and leather merchants


1


2




11


Gotten spinners and mannf actnrers











4


Fishing smack owners, and masters








6



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340 THE BOAED Ot TEADE JOtTKKAt. [Nov. U, 1$07.

GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS.

TSADE BITTTBirS OF THB UHITJCD KINODOX.

The Monthly Aoconnts relating to the Trade and Navigation of
the United Kingdom for the month of October, 1907, have been
publiflhed. The accounts, which are issued on the 7th or 8th of
each month, may be purchased at a cost, in the pnesent instance,
of Is. Sd. per copy, either directly or through any bookseller, from
Messrs. Wyman & Sons, Fetter Lane, E.C., and 32, Abingdon
Street, S.W. ; or Messrs. Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh ; or Edwud
Ponsonby, 116, Grafton Street, Dublin.

Attention is further called to the hct that the '^Ajmoal
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. 42. for the second volume, at any of the addressee 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 tiie years 1902-1906,
and detailed statements of imports and exports of each article
(firom and to each country) in iJie 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 iforeign country.

BOARD OF TRADE LABOUR GAZETTE.

The " Board of Trade Labour Gazette''* 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 Oct(n)6r 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.

COLOHIAL OFTICE REPORTS.

The following reports have been issued by the Colonial Office
since the last number of the ** Board of Trade Journal " : —

Annual.— No. 547. Mauritius.

Xiscellaneous. — ^No. 44. Report on the Survey Department of the

British East AMca Protectorate.

* It can be paiohMed throngh any newsagent, price Id,

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Government Publications.



OTHEB GOVEENMENT PUBLICATIONS.

Statistical Abstract for the United Khujdom in each of the last
fifteen years from 1892 to 1906. [Cd. 3,691.] Price \s. 7d.

This is the fiftj'^-fourth number of a publication which is compiled
annually in the Commercial Labour and Statistical Department of
the Board of Trade. It embodies in a concise form the more
important statistical data available from official sources in regard
to the finances, trade, shipping, banking operations, &c., of the
United Kingdom during the past fifteen years.



Agriculturai Statistics of Ireland, with detailed Rej^ort for the year
1906. [Cd. 3,791.] Price IQd.

This publication, which has been prepared in the Department of
Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland, presents in a
revised and more detailed form information which has already been
published in the Abstract of the Acreage of Crops arid Number of
Live Stock, and in the subsequent Report on the Yield of Crops,
while it also includes a series of special tables relating to crops,
live stock, forestry operations, the number and classes of holdings,
the rates of agricultural wages, and the number and estimated
production of creameries, malt houses, (;orn and scutch mills in
Ireland in 1906.



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GOLOHIJli OFFICE REPORTS.

The following Beports relating to H.M. Oolonial Possessions, ibsmA
since the Ist Janusij, 1907, may be purchased from Messrs. Wymu A
8ons» Fetter Lane, E.G. : —

Innnal.



No. Place.



515 British Honduras

516 Northern Nigeria

517 Bechoanaland Protectorate

518 Leeward Islands

519 Bast Africa Protectorate

520 Seychelles

521 Hong: Kong

522 Falkland Islands

623 Ashaoti

524 Jamaica

525 Uganda Protectorate

626 St. Helena

527 Ceylon

— State of Brunei

628 Bermuda

529 Gibraltar

680 , Northern Territories of the Gold CJoast

581 I Sierra Leone

6S2 I Surveys of British Africa

633 Weihaiwei

634 ; Gold Coast

586 Malta

536 Gambia

— . Cyprus

537 British Central Africa Protectorate

688 Bechuanalaud Protectorate

539 Leeward Islands

640 Straits Settlements

641 Turks and Caicos Islands

642 Somalilnnd Protectorate

543 Bahamas

544 ' Barbados

545 I Trinidad and Tobago

646 I Grenada

547 ! Mauritias



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No.



Place.



39
40
41
42

43

44



Jamaica (Cayman Islands)

Northern Nigeria : Memorandum on the Taxation of Natives
East Africa Protectorate : Report on the Forests of Kenia ...
Cevlon ; Report on the results of the Mineral Surrey in

1905-6 •

CaicoH Islands : Report as to the further development of the

Sisal Industry

British East Africa Protectorate: Report on the Surrey

Department



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IfoT. 14, 1907.] THE BOASD OF TEADE JOTTBNAL. 343

THE COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE
BRANCH OF THE BOARD OF TRADE.

The Intelligence Branch of the Commercial Department of the
Board of Trade (No. 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.G.) is
intended to be a centre at which information on all subjects of
commercial interest shall be collected and focussed in a form
convenient for reference, and at which, so fieur as the interests of
British trade permit, replies shall be given to enquiries by traders
(m commercial matters.

On application being made to it either personally or by letter,
the Branch supplies, so far as is possible, information with regard
to the following subjects, viz. : Commercial Statistics ; Matters
relating to Foreign and Colonial Tariffs and Customs Regulations ;
lists of firms abroad engaged in particular lines of business in
different localities; Foreign and Colonial Contracts open to Tender.
Sources of Supply, Prices, &c., of Trade Products; Forms of
Certificates of Origin ; Regulations concerning Commercial
Travellers, &c., &c. There is a Sample Room at the offices of the
Branch, where, in addition to samples illustrative of reports of
HJil. Consuls or of the Correspondents or Special Commissioners
of the Board of Trade, specimens of special interest that may be
received from India, the Colonies, &c., are exhibited from time
to time.

The Gk>vemment6 of India, Canada, and Queensland, also the
Governments of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony, have
established, in proximity to the Commercial Intelligence Branch,
at 73, Basinghall Street, special offices for dealing with trade
matters (see next page).

The ** Board of Tiude Journal '* is the principal medium through
which intelligence collected by the Commercial Intelligence
Branch, and intended for general information, is conveyed to the
public. The '* Journal " is issued weekly at the price of Sd. All
applications respecting subscription, or the purchase of single
copies, should be addressed in London to Messrs. Wyman & Sons,
Ltd., Fetter Lane, E.C., and 32, Abingdon Street, S.W. ; in
Edinburgh to Messrs. Oliver & Boyd ; and in Dublin to Edward
Ponsonby, 116, Grafton Street. Copies may also be obtained from
Messrs. 6. Street & Co., Ltd., 30, Gomhill, E.C.



SPECIAL INDIAN AND COLONIAL
TRADE ENQUIRY OFFICES.

India. — The India Trade Ent^uiry Office at 73, Basinghall Street,
London, E.C, has been estabh>hed for the purpose of supplying
the general public with all available information as to the commercial
products, manu&ctures and trades of British India.

The ofBce is under the superintendence of an India Office official,
who is in daily attendance to answer personal or written enauiries.

The current publications of the Government of India dealing
with Indian Trade statistics, tariff charges, railways, economic
products, Ac., are kept in the office, and can be consulted free : the
various Indian Directories are also filed. ^-^ j

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SPECIAL IHDIAN AMD COLONIAL TRADE ENQUIRY OWriCE^—cantimufd.

Caiift4a, — The Canadian Government have secured premises at
73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C.y where an office has been
opened under the designation of '* Canadian Gk)vemment City
Irade Branch,'' for the convenience of the commercial communily.

In due course it is intended to equip and maintain a display
room, illustrating the products, resources and manu£acture6 of the
Dominion. In the meantime, a Canadian representative attends
daily to deal with enquiries and applications regarding Canadian
import and export trade, and to supply information about
Canadian matters generally* Personal appointments can be
arranged when desired.

Queensland. — ^For the convenience of the commercial community
in tiie City of London, the Agent-General for Queensland has
opened a branch office at 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C.,
where a representative attends daUy to give information to
enquirers regarding trade, mining, and all other matters relating
to Queensland.

A collection of articles representative of the pastoral, agricultural,
and mining industries of Queensland is on view, and information
regarding these industries can be obtained at the Office, as above.

Transvaal and Orange Biver Colony. — A Trade Enquiry Office
has been opened at 73, Basinghall Street, E.C., by the Gk)vem-
ments of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony, on the lines of
the agency established at the same address by the Government of
Cape Colony, but under the general direction of the Commercial
Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade.

The Superintendent in charge of the Office deals with, and
supplies froe, information in re^urd to the products and resources
of the two Colonies, the opportunities they present to the settler,
their railway facilities, the regulations of all kinds in force in
them affecting trade, &o., &o.

South Australia. — The Government of South Australia have
established a Produce Department at the offices of the Agent
General, Threadneedle House, 28, Bishopsgate Street Within,
London, E.G. Mr. A. E. M. Norton, the Commercial Agent, is in
charge of this department, and he will supply, free of cost, full
information regarding the exports from South Australia of all sorts
of Produce.

The South Australian Government intend very shortjy to send
to London specimens of every description of South Australian
Produce, and these will be displayed in one of the offices of the
Commercial Agent'd Department.

Cape of Oood Hope. — ^The Government of the Cape of Good Hope
have offices at 98, Victoria Street, London, S.W., for the purpose
of a Commercial Agency for that Colony, under the superintendence
of the Trades Commissioner, who, together with the Commercial
Agent, deals with, and supplies free, information on trade subjects
connected with the Colony, such as commercial products, industries,
trade, tariff regulations, commercial statistics, railway rates,
prospects for emigration, &c., &c.

Digitized by VjOOQIC



Nov. 14, 1907J THE BOAED OF TRADE JOUBNAL— iickwtttemewtf.



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Tnllia, BqmU k, Ck>., Hark-
inch, Witd ••• •••



Keaaecly^ k Som, Barrow-
field Potteries, Qlaagow ...

UuttBtiM CliBker OUf d.)-

Towers k WilliAmsoik, Little
Bytluun, Orsntham

liBirsltf Chartt-
Pott«r,J. D.,14S,lfinories ...

y?frtistBf BallooBS—
AdTertSsing Balloon Co.,
Broadheaih Bnbber Works,
Altrincbam, Kngland

Ifrieiltural 8eed»-
Cooper, Taber ft Go., 90 ft 92, .

Soothwmrk Street, 8.B. •••
Le May, W. H. ft H. 67,

Borough High Street, 8.B.

Air ftsipreeeors—
Voodhooae ft Mitchell, Brig,
boose, Torks ••• ••• ••«

Ui, Issr, aad 8Umt Xerahantt-
IMkBBft OoL, Strand, London



Alkali Xaaufiustarers— r a«b

Bninner, Mond ft Go., North-

wioh Cheehire

United Alkali Co., Ltd.,

LiTerpool ••• ••• •«• •••

ADoTt-
Belta Metal Co.,Ltd., London 24

Awiaenia, Anhydrens, ft Liqmld—



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