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TULLIS, RUSSELL & CO., LTDJ

PAPKB MANUFACTUREB8,

AUCHMUTY & ROTHES MILLS, MARKINCH, FIFE, j

1^-A.KBRS OF

•UPERnNE ESPARTO PAPERS — WRITINCS (Plain and WatamMiIni),

PARCHMENTS, VELLUMS, and SILURIANS. CHART PAPERS, HHE ROOK and

UTHO P RIHTIHCS, and IMITATI OH ART.

BLOTTINQS. MANILLAS. EMERY PAPERS. CASINOS. DOUBLE SMALL HANDS.
FINE ROYAL HANDS. EMBOSSING PAPERS and LONO ELEPHANTS.



JOSEPH GARDNER & SONS,

Foreign Hard and Mcy Wood Merclmiits,

LIVERPO OL AND L ONDON.

Importen '*t BacfWood, Blaok Ebony, Blaokwood, Bird Bye Maple.
BoKwqod, P«iuA. Oedar, Oonid, Ooeobolo, Ooonswood, Hiokory, Z^moewood,
TAgtrm Vit», Furtridg«wood, Penrimmoiw, Bosewood, SaUcTi, Satlawood,
Bnakswood, Talipwood, Walnut (Oiroaasiaa and Amarioan)^ Tewtim,
SapaAaro, Zeteawood, Sic, Ao.

XaiiTifactnrers of Ash Boat Oars, Handspikes, and of
Gomel and Persimmons Shuttle Blocks.



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Nov. 21, 1907.]



THE BOAltD Oy TKADE JOUBNAL.



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Vol, UX.]



November 21, 1007.



[No. 673



The Offices of the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the
Board of Trade are at 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.G. —
registered telegraphic address, "Advantage, London,'* Code — 5th
Edition A.B.C., telephone number 12807 Central. A statement
of the objects and work of the Branch will be found on p. 391.

The attention of British traders is directed to the Sample
Boom, where the following are on view, with other exhibits :—



Samples.


Reference in ** Board
of Trade Journal."




Date.


Page.


Angola Root and other Rubber, St. Thome Cocoes and
Almadeina Gum

Copper ore from Rhodesia

Landolphia rubber from Natal

Vegetable asbestos produced in Chungking

Locally manufactured native silk from Crete

Oum arabic from Egypt

Talc from. Venezuela

5alt from Dealesville, Orange River Colony

Locally dyed cotton cloth sold in Chungking

Fruit of the MyrUtica tebifera and its product Myristina
(a vegetable fat) from Guatemala ...

Mangrove bark from Inhambane

Monazite sand, manganese ore, cocoa, coffee, rubber,
whale-oil, rosewood, camauba wax and coquilho nuts
from the State of Bahia

Cotton goods sold in Uskub ...

Bafia wax from If ^idagascar

Silk produced by improved methods at Hochou

** Pochote " fibre, cleaned, from Mexico

Angola root rubber, and Pungo Andongo rubber

Sardines canned at Nagasaki

Bark, also pine-apple fibre, from Inhambane

Silk and cocoons from Persia

Cotton cloth sold in Albania


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The following Special Trade Enquiry Offices are also at
73, Basinghall Street, E.G.: — India, Dominion of Canada,
Queensland, Transvaal and Orange River Colony. Statements
of the objects and work of these Enquiry Offices will be found
on pp. 391-2.

OPENINGS FOR BRITISH TRADE.

BRITISH INDIA.

The Directors of the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway

are prepared to receive, up to noon on the 26th

Ilj-Ir^n. November, tenders for the supply of pig-iron.

Tenders must be made on forms, copies of which.



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846 THE BOABD OP TRADE JOURNAL. I'Sor. 11, 1907.

Openings for British Trade.

BRITISH inUlA-continued.

with specification, can be obtained at the Offices of the Company,
Gloucester House, 2, 3 and 4, Bishopsgate Street Without, London,
E.G., on payment of 21«. (which will not be returned). The
Directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any
tender.

The South Indian Railway Company, Limited, are prepared to

Rail Sto receive tendera for the supply of: — 1. General

StatToSry, iS' f^,T» comprising hardware, iron, steel paints,

J -^.' leather, and mdiarubber ; 2. Locomotive stores,

- , * comprising copper and steel plates, tyres, axles,

en mg, locomotive duplicate parts, springs, tubes, and

buffers ; 3. Stationery, comprising paper, envelopes, &c. ; and

4. Iron wire fencing, 74 tons.

Specifications and forms of tender may be obtained at the Com-
pany's offices, 55, Gracechurch Street, London, E.C. Tenders,
addressed to the Company, and marked "Tender for General
Stores," or as the case may be, must be left with the Managinj?
Director not later than noon on the 26th November. The
Company are not bound to accept the lowest or any tender. A
charge, which will not be returned, will be made of 20s. for
each copy of the specification No. 1, and of 10«. for each copy of
Nos. 2, 3, and 4. Copies of the drawings may be obtained at the
office of Sir George B. Bruce, 3, Victoria Street, Westminster,
on payment of 55. per sheet.

The Board of Directors of the Southern Mahratta Eailway
Oftfl Oil A Company, Limited, are prepared to receive

. \»*^yioi tenders for the supply of (1) 240 tons gas oil,
jrencing juatenai. ^^ ^ ^2) fencing materials, as per specifications
and drawing which may be seen at the offices of the Company,
46, Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, S.W. The charge for each
specification is one guinea, which will not be returned. Tender*
must be sent in addressed to the Secretary, marked ** Tender for
Gas Oil " or ** Fencing Materials," not later than noon on 26th
November. The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the
lowest or any tender.

The Board of Directors of the Burma Railways Co., Ltd., are

^ I t« prepared to receive tenders for the supply of

nw fl^ * W ^PP®^ ingots, (/)) carriage wagon tyres,
Tyrefl,^rmgB, ^^^ ^^^j^^ ^^^j^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^i

(e) helical and volute springs. Specifications
and forms of tender can be obtained at the Company's offices, 199.
Gresham House, London, E.C. For each specification (<i)and(i)
a charge of 20«., and for (c), (d) and (e) a charge of 10«. will be
made, which will not be returned. Tenders enclosed in sealed



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Xov. 21, 1907. J »rHE BOARD OF TEADE JOURNAL. 347

Openings for British Trade,

BRITISH injyiK-cimtinued.

envelopes and endorsed ** Tender for Copper Ingots," or as the
case may be, must be delivered before noon on 28th November,
The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any
tender.

The Directors of the Great Indian Peninsula Eailway Company

are prepared to receive tenders for the supply

Bailway Stores, of the following stores, viz. : — Steel rails, steel

fishing pieces, tie bars, gibs, cotters, &c.,

helical and volute springs, carriage door handles, hinges, &c.,

cast-iron sleepers, chairs, &c., steel fish-bolts, nuts and washers,

points and crossings, canvases, dressed wagon covers, mild steel

angles, tees and flats.

Specifications and forms of tender may be obtained at the
Company's offices, 48, Copthall Avenue, London, E.C., on
payment of the fee for the specification, which payment will not
be returned. Tenders must be delivered in sealed envelopes,
^dressed to the Secretary, marked "Tender for Steel Rails," or,
as the case may be, not later than 11 a.m., on the 28th November*.
The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any
tender.



CANADA.

The following commercial enquiries have been received at the

^ er ioi Canadian Government Offices, 17, Victoria Street,
nun^ c London, S.W., whence farther information

nquines, regarding them may be obtained : —

HOME EKaniBIES.

A commission agent in London desires to be placed in touch
with Canadian packers of bottled fruit, and with the smaller
growers of green fruit, with a view to acting as their repre-
sentative.

A London firm, stated to be large handlers of foreign fruit,
desire to receive consignments of apples from Canada.

A London firm are desirous of importing Canadian apples.

Enquiry is made by a firm in London for the names of importers
in Canada of spices, drags, dye stuffs and other produce.

A London firm ask for names of poultry and egg exporters in
Canada.

A London firm of import and export merchants wish to be
placed in touch with tanners in Canada exporting brown body
and other hair.

Note. — For further information regarding any of the above,
application should be made to the High Commissioner for Canada,
17, Victoria Street, S.W.



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348 THE BOABD OF TEADE JOURNAL. [Nov. 21, 19OT,

Openings for British Trade,

CMl kDK—continued.

The following commercial enquiries have been received at the
Canadian Government City Trade Branch, 73, Basinghall Street, S.C^
whence further information regarding them may be obtained : —

HOME INaUIBIES.

A London company ask to be placed in correspondence with
Canadian manufacturers of casein.

A manufacturer of materials used by the harness and saddlery
trades, and also of various classes of leather gloves, seeks suitablo
Canadian resident agents.

CANADIAN INttUIRT.

A firm in Toronto would be pleased to represent United Kingdom
manufacturers of pig iron, also merchant iron and steel and similar
goods.

Note. — For further information regarding any of the above,
application should be made to the Canadian Government City
Trade Branch, 73, Basinghall Street, E.C

QUEENSLAND.

An application has been received at the Commercial Enquiry

- . , Branch of the Office of the Agent-General for

^ . Queensland from a London firm of Colonial

^^ *7» buyers and shippers who wish to be placed in

touch with Queensland firms desirous of appointing haying agenta

for all classes of goods manufactured in Great Britain. ITiey are

also desirous of taking up agencies for Queensland exporters for

the sale of canned fruits, meats, ftc.

Further information may be obtained on application to the

Commercial Enquiry Branch of the ofiice of the Agent-General for

Queensland, 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C.

CAPE COLONY.

The Board of Trade Correspondent at Cape Town (Mr. E. J. Cattell)
_ .- , has forwarded a copy of the agenda of a meet-

B nto"^ ing of the Cape Town Corporation on the 24th

p \ 3 October, at which a proposal was adopted by

tons me ion. ^j^^ Council for the construction of a railway to
the top of Table Mountain, the concession to be given to an out-
side body or public company to undertake the same, either with or
without the right of providing an hotel. Alternative tenders will
be invited for (a) the construction of the railway, (1)) the provision
of the hotel, or (c) the right both to construct the railway and to
provide an hotel in connexion therewith. The concession will be
granted for a term of 25 years, with the option reserved to the
Council of the right to purchase at the expiration of that period.



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Nov. 21, 1907.] THE BOABD OF TBADE JOUBNAL. 349

Openings for British Trade.

. TRANSVAAL.

The Board of Trade have received fix)m the Agent-General for the

Transvaal particulars of a contract for the

Timber. supply and delivery of timber to the Central

South African Railways. Sealed tenders,

marked " Tender for Timber," must reach the Agent-General for

the Transvaal, 72, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. not later

than noon on 31st December.

Conditions of contract and specification may be obtained at the

oflSces of the Agent-General ; copies may be inspected at the

Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Basing-

hall Street, E.C.

EGYPT.

H.M. Consul at Cairo (Mr. A. D. Alban) has forwarded copies of

Bm li ir tAriftl *^® specifications and conditions of tender for

^^A T Jfi.-.,. * ^^^ supply to the Egyptian Prisons Department

and lieatner. ^^^^>^ ^^^^^^ materials, and (2) English leather,

required during the year 1908. Tenders in each case must be
accompanied by a provisional deposit of £E50. They must be
submitted on stamped paper (to be obtained from Lieut-Col. J, H*
Western, R.E., C.M.G., Queen Annes Chambers, Broadway^
Westminster, S.W.) to the Inspector General of Prisons, Ministry
of the Interior, Cairo, before noon on the 2 1st December.

Samples of the materials required may be seen at the Central
Stores, Ministry of the Interior, Cairo.

The conditions and specifications may be consulted by British
firms at the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of
Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C.

NORWAY.

HJM Consul at Christiania (Mr. F. E. Drummond-Hay) reports that

the Norwegian State Railways have issued a

Springs. call for tenders* for the supply of 95,000

springs. Tenders are to be marked " Anbud

paa Laskeskruer, Hagebolte og Y^^vrmgQ,^^ and should be delivered

at Styrelsens for Statsbanemes Expeditionskontor, Christiania, by

3 p.m. on the 6th December.

Copies of the specification, conditions and drawing may be
inspected by British manufacturers at the Commercial Intelligence
Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, London', E.C.

» Apart from the usual Customs duties, a preference of from 10 to 15 per cent, is
giyen to Norwegian manufacturers. In all cases of Norwegian Government
contracts it is obligatory that a resident agent should act for tenderers not rendiog
in Norway, and be responsible to the (Government, but it is not necessary for the
agent to be a Norwegian firm.



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350 THE BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL. [Nov. 21, 1907.

Openings for British Trade,

Referring to the notice on p. 202 of the " Board of Trade Joamal "

of Slst October respecting a call for tenders

Steel Bails. for the supply to the Norwegian State Railways

of 4,552 tons of steel rails, H.M. Consul at

Christiania now reports that the time limit for the delivery of

these tenders has been extended from the 13th November to the

10th January, 1908.

Copies of the conditions, specification and drawings may be in-
spected by British firms at the offices of the Commercial Intelli-
gence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street,
London, E.C.

With reference to the notice on p. 297 of the " Board of Trade
Cfliif * W tA Journal " for 14th November respecting a call
-uron a r ^^^ tenders for the supply of cast-iron water
pipes and cement drain pipes to the Bergen
Board of Water Works and Drains, the British Vice-Consul at
Bergen (Mr. E. F. Gray) has now forwarded a copy of the condi-
tions of tender for the water pipes. These are to be delivered
free, duty paid, on quay at Bergen, and tenderers should state the
earliest date at which delivery can commence and the whole order
be completed. The pipes will be taken from Norwegian — prefer-
ably Bergen — firms acting as agents ; they are usually supplied
from British or German factories.

The supply of the cement drain pipes mentioned in the notice
referred to above is confined to Norwegian manufacturers.

SWEDEN.

H.M. Consul at Stockholm (Mr. H. M. Villiers) reports that

n v^ TT* •! tenders are invited, and will be received up to

i M fl ' <^he 29th November, for the supply of the

Table Bpoons, foUo^ing for the Swedish Army :—

»toctoiig Jiegs, \QQOO cooking utensils of aluminium with

Woollen Jerseys, ^^^^^ ^

^^^J^^^^^ 20,000 table spoons of tinned sheet iron.

woves. 25,000 pairs of stocking legs of wool.

20,000 woollen jerseys.

10,000 pairs leather gloves for the infantry, worn over woollen
gloves.

5,000 pairs leather gloves for the cavalry, worn over woollen
gloves.

Samples of all the above, together with a form of contract and
specifications, &c. relating to the cooking utensils, jerseys, and
stocking legs, have been received from the Consul, and may* be
inspected by British manufacturers at the Commercial Intelligence
Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, E.C.



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Not. si. 1907.J THE BOASJ) OF TBADE JOXJENA^. 351

Openings for British Trade.

SYiEi^BU'-contiMied,

H.M. Cbnsul also reports that tenders will be received up to
_ . noon on the 6th December next at ** Kungl.

J*^^**d C^to* Fangvardsstyrelsens Arbetsbyra," Stockholm,
wi to n f^^ ^^ supply of the following materials : —

23,500 m. of bleached canvas for provision
bags, 0*90 m. wide ;

900 m. of linen for provender bags, 0*95 m. wide ;

10,800 m. double-thread jute-cloth for cartridge bags, 0*60 m.
wide;

5,470 m. brown cotton-cloth for cover for cleaning cloths, 0*56 m.
wide;

6,600 m. unbleached linen-cloth for provision bags, 0*85 m. wide ;

57,300 m. two ply bleached canvas for mattress and padding-
oovers, 0*60 m. wide ;

49,300 m. unbleached two ply cotton-cloths for sheets, 1*34 m.
wide ;

] 8,000 m. four ply linen-cloth for towels, 0*65 m. wide.

Samples of all the materials required, received from H.M. Consul,
may be inspected by British manu&cturers at the Commercial
Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street,
London, E.C.

NETHERLANDS.

H.M. Consul at Amsterdam (Mr. W. A. Churchill) reports that
_^ -. tenders are invited for the supply of various

^^ -. medicaments and goods for the use of the

upp les. Government Drug Stores at that city. Con-

ditions of tender and specifications may be obtained gratis from
the Manager, Sarphatistraat No. 110a, Amsterdam, to whom
tenders should be sent not later than the 26th November.

The supplies required comprise: — 3,000 kilogs. creolinum,
2,000 kilogs. glycerine, 7,550 kilogs. vaseline, 3,000 kilogs. sugar,
3,000 kilogs. pumice-stone powder, 4,500 kilogs. methylated spirits,
698 kilogs. turpentine oil, 1,800 boxes sticking plaster, 50,000
square metres cotton (plain), 2,000 square metres flannel, 2,500
square metres gutta-percha paper, 2,000 square metres linen,
8,600 sheets cotton wool, 10,200 medicine brushes, 4,200 medicine
bottles, 16,000 medicine glasses, 7,900 medicine pots, 14,250 wine
bottles, 2,000 pill bottles, &c.

DENMARK.

The Acting British Consul at Copenhagen (Mr. C, H. Funch) has

- . — . forwarded copies of the conditions and specifica-

«. J^^A l tions relating to a call for tenders for the supply

zmccylliiaers,«c. ^ ^j^^ j^^^^^^ g^^ Railways of about 25,000



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352 THE BOARD OF TRADE JOXTRXAL. [NoT. 21, 1W7.

Openings for British Trade,

DEN HLKRKr-^fontinued.

kilograms of fencing wire, 20,000 zinc cylinders for electric bat-
teries, 20,000 kilograms of blue vitriol, and 30,000 discs of Morse
paper.

Tenders should reach *• Direktoren for Baneafdelingen, Grammel
Kongevej No. 1 E, Copenhagen," before 3 p.m. on the 27th
November.

The conditions, &c., may be inspected by British manufjicturers
at the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade,
73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C.

H.M. Consul at Aarhus (Mr. G. F. Stark) reports that tenders are

- - , invited by the Lighting Department of that

lurDine, ^j^^ ^^^ ^^ supply of a turbine, dynamo, &c.

Dynamo, «c. ^g^^ j^ p^ Tenders will be received up to

10 a.m. on the 30th November at " BelysningsvaBsens Kontor,"

Aarhus, where also conditions of contract may be obtained at a

cost of 20 kr. (U. 2«. 3d.)

Copies of the conditions and specification, together with a plan,
may be seen by British firms at the Commercial Intelligence
Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, E.C.

BELGIUM. •

The " Moniteur des Int^r^ts Mat^riels " announces that tenders

are invited for printing, supply of paper and

Paper, fto. office utensils for the use of the Provincial

Government at Mons, from the 1st of January,

1908, to the 31st of December, 1912. Tenders should be sent in by

the 4th of December to " Le Service de Tadministration provinciale,"

Mons, where particulars may be obtained.

The ** Moniteur" further announces that the " Soci6t6 Nationale

J, .. , - des chemins de fer vicinaux" invite tenders for

/u. 4 *^® supply of 50 switches and 36 crossings

UrosBlngs. ^^^yg ^f 3j tji^gg ^ Tenders by registered

post will be received at the offices of the " Soci^te," Rue de la
Science 14, Brussels, up to the 26th November, where also the
plans and specification may be obtained at a cost of 13*50 francs
and 1 franc respectively.

FRANCE.

H.M. Consul at Lyons (Mr. E. R. E. Vicars) reports that the

frifn 1 Municipality of Lyons have decided to remodel

l/entnrag ^j^^ machinery of their existing waterworks by

i^?*M^li* replacing the steam-driven pumps in use by

ft!r Wiitp^ftrk7 centrifugal pumps driven by electric power.

lor waxerworiB. rpj^^ ^^g^ ^^ ^^^^ conversion is estimated at



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Not. 21, 1907.] THE BOABD OF TRADE JOURNAL. 353

Openings for British Trade.

PR A N CB— ^<»»<*»««*<^.

310,000 francs (12,400Z.), and tenders are invited for the double
work—pumps and motors — from constructors of French nationality,
to be sent in by the 15th January next. Though, however, the
actual contractor must be French, there is a clause in the decree
inviting tenders, in which it is stated that there is no reason against
two constructors — one for pumps the other for motofs — combining
for the joint work, provided always that one and one only of the
two is responsible for the entire work. There seems therefore no
reason, says the Consul, why an English firm should not enter into
communication with the principal French houses, for the supply of
either pumps or motors, i.e., an English engineering house con-
structing pumps might supply its goods to a French electrical
engineering firm, or an English electrical engineering firm mi^ht
supply motors to a French maker of pumps. The only condition
seems to be, that the person responsible for the whole should be
French. The Consul adds that the preliminary papers must be
put in by the tenderer by the 1st December next.

A copy of the notice issued by the Municipality may be seen by
British iirras at the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board
of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C.

H.M. Consul has aho forwarded a copy of a notice published in the

-j^. " Municipal Gazette " of Lyons, inviting tenders

-. ^^ . for the construction of a Destructor for house-

68 ctor. j^^i^ refuse, the heat generated by which shall

be utilized for motive purposes. The amount of refuse to be

destroyed is calculated at 400 tons per diem, and the electric energy

to be obtained therefrom is to have a tension of about 3,500 volts.

Tenders must be received by the Bureau de Travaux Publics,
Hotel de Ville, Lyons, by the 1 5th January, 1908 ; but tenderers
must put in certificates of their competence for the work not later
than 15th December next.

Further particulars are given in the ** Gazette," which may be
seen on application by British firms interested, at the Commercial
Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street,
London, E.C. For details beyond those given in the notice,
application should be made to the Service Municipal de la Voirie,
Rue Bellecordidre, Lyons.

FRANCE-ALGERIA.

The ** D^p^he Coloniale (Paris) of 17th November announces

that a Bill has been introduced into the

Public Works. French Chamber authorising the Government

of Algeria to contract a loan of 170,354,759

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354 THE BOABD OF TKADE J0T7ENAL. [Nor. 21,1907.

Openings for British Trade.

works. From the preamble to the Bill it appears that in
1902 the Assemblies financi^res d'Alg^rie desired to raise a
loan of 100,000,000 francs, of which 50,000,000 francs were to be
expended on railways. Parliament limited the loan to 50,000,000
francs, postponing to a future date the question of the loan fot
railways. The present project has for its object the realisation of
the programme of 1902 by completing the works begun with the
old loan (hydraulic and ports works, &c.), and by the development of
the railway system by the construction of 941 kilometres of new
lines and the improvement of existing ones.

PORTUGAL.

The "Diario do Govemo " of 11th November contains a copy of a

decree authorising Antonio Gomes da Silva

Xining Plant to transfer the ownership of the gold and

antimony mine of Avessada in the ** concelho

of Paredes, Porto district, to the " Soci6t6 Anonyme des Mines

d'Antimoine et d*Or de Bengada."

The same " Diario " contains a copy of a further decree
authorising the Marauds da Foz, acting on behalf of the firm of
Viuva Macieira & Filnos, to transfer the ownership of the antimony
mines of Bengada, Banja, Viso, and Costa do Valle do Couto, which



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