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Vegetables, raw :—
Onions


Bnshels.


160.217


182J89


Potatoes


Cwti.


870,762


40,767


Tomatoes


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18,480


11,811


Unenumerated


Value £


5,014


4m


VegeUblea, dried

Preserved by canning


C»ts.


7,583
6,754


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Not. 21, 1^07.] THE BOAHD OF TRADE JOURNAL. 335

GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS.

TRADS BBTUBVS OF THE TJITITED KDrODOX.

The Monthly Aooounts relating to the Trade and Navigation of
the United Kingdom for the month of October, 1907, have been
published. Hie acconntB, which are issued on the 7tih or 8th of
each month, may be purchased at a cost, in the piesent instance,
of U. 3d, per copy, either directly or through any bookseller, from
Messrs. Wyman & Sons, Fetter Lane, E.G., and 32, Abingdon
Street, S.W. ; or Messrs. Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh ; or Edwiurd
Ponsonby, 116, Grafton Street, Dnblin.

Attention is farther called to the &ct 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 68. 8d. for the first,
and Ss. 4d. 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
(from and to each country) in the first volume, and in the
second volume details as to customs revenue, taranshipments,
and articles in bond, and particulars of the trade of the United
Eangdom with each foreign country.

BOAED OF TBADE LABOUB 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 ^ich appear in the November
issue : — State of the Labour Market in October ; Railway Dis-
pute, Terms of Settlement ; Mines and Quarries in 1906 ; Eules
of Conciliation Boards; Proceedings of Distress Committees in
1906-7 ; and Conciliation Cases.

FOBEIOH OFFICE BBP0BT8.

The following is a rSsumi of some of the more interesting sub-
jects dealt with in Consular Beports of the Annual Series issued
since the last number of tie " Board of Trade Journal" : —

ANNUAL SERIES.
No. 3,942. Trade of the Consular District of Kobe for 1906.

Imports for whole district Considerable increase in the

show a decrease and exports export of copper from Kobe,
an increase as compared with Harbour improvements at

1905. Kobe.

Large decrease in the import Opportunities for foreign in-

of raw cotton into Kobe. dustrial enterprise at Osaka.

Development of Japanese Cotton industry of Kioto.

motor industry. Tables of imports and exports .

* It can be purchased thioogh any newsagent, price Id,



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Oovemtneni PnUieaiumi.



Ho. 3,943. Foreign Trade of China for 1906.



Bad year for trade, owing
principally to over-importation.

Great decline in the value of
imports from United States.

Increased import of foreign
opium.

Falling off in the import of
plain cotton goods and metals.



Cotton mills.

Slight increase in the exports
of tea and silk. > ^fc5r

New railways under con-
struction.

Port improvements at Pei-ho
and Whangpoo.

Hints to British traders.



Ho. 3,944. Trade of the Bahrain Islands for 1006.



Total trade shows an increase
in value of over 30 per cent.

Increased import of coffee,
oil, and piece-goods.



Falling-off in import of
pearls. ^^^

Comparative tables showing
the imports and exports to
various countries.



OTHEB GOTEBHMEHT FUBLICATIOHS.

East India (Trade). Review of the Trade of India in 1906-7.
[Cd. 3,787.] Price U. 3d.

This is the annual report on the foreign trade of British India
for the year ended 31st March, 1907, which was issued a short
time ago as an Indian Government publication (see p. 231 of the
** Board of Trade Journal " of 1st August). It has now been pre-
sented to Parliament as a command paper, and may be obtained
like other Government publications.



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FOREIGN OFFICE REPORTS.
Treaty Beriei.

The following numbers of the Treaty Series, issued by the Foreign
Office since the Ist Jannarj, 1907, may be obtained from Messrs. Wyman
A Sons, Fetter Lane, E.G. :—



Ho.



Price.



33

31

34

19

24
37

12

S
6

8

14

1
3

16
S6



United Kingdom.

Accession of the United Kingdom to the Declarations signed
at The Hague, 29th July, 1899, respecting (1) Expanding
Bullets ; (2) Asphyxiating Gases

loBtFalian Commonwealth:

Accession of the Commonwealth of Australia to the Indus-
trial Property Conyention of 1888, as modified by the
Additional Act of 1900

Rnuia:

Conyention between the United Kingdom and Russia
relating to Persia, Afghanistan, and Thibet

Norway:

Agreement between the United Kingdom and Norway
respecting the Mutual Surrender of Fugitiye Criminals ...

Sweden :

Supplementary Agreement between the United Kingdom
and Sweden for the Mutual Surrender of Fugitive
Criminals

Agreement between the United Kingdom and Sweden
respecting the Estates of Deceased Seamen

QeFmany :

Exchange of Notes between the United Kingdom and
Germany respecting the Estates of Deceased Stamen ...

Franee:

Oonrention between the United Kingdom and Fiance
oonoeming the New Hebrides

Agreement between the United Kingdom and France relative
to the Frontier between the British and French Possessions
from the Gulf of Guinea to the Niger

Agreement between the United Kingdom and France relative
to the Boundary between the Gk>ld Coast and the French
Soudan

Additional agreement between the United Kingdom and
France respecting the Parcel Post Service between British
India and France

Franee and Italy:

Agreement between the United Kingdom, France and
Italy respecting Abyssinia

Agreement between the United Eingdomt France and
Italy respecting the Importation oi Arms and Anununi-
tion into Abysunia

Bebtiiimt

Convention between the United Kingdom and Belgium
supplementing Article XIY. of the l^reaty of Extradition
of 29th October, 1901

Convention between the United Kingdom and Belgium for
the Exchange of Money Orders



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THE BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL.



[Nov. 21, 1907.



Government Puhliealions.



No.



Price.



Bwitserland:

Agreement between the United Kingdom and Switzerland
respecting Commercial Trayellcrs* Samples

Portugal :

28 Declaration between the United Kingdom and Portugal
respecting Boundaries in Central Africa (Barotseland) ...

Italy:

8 1 Agreement between i he United Kingdom and Italy respecting

the Importation of Drugs and Medical Preparations

Turkey:

3S Accession of Turkey to the Convention signed at Genoa, 6th
July, 1906, for the Amelioration of the Condition of the
Wounded and Sick in Armies in the Field

Morooeo:

General Act of the International Conference at Algeciras
relating to the Affairs of Morocco

United Btatei of Ameriea:

7 Supplementary Convention between the United Kingdom
and the United States of America for the Mutual Surrender
of Fugitive Criminals

83 Agreement between the United Kingdom and the United
States of America respecting Protection of Patents in
Morocco

35 Exchange of Notes establlBhing a Modus Vivendi between
the United Kingdom and the United States of America
with regard to the Newfoundland Fisheries

Costa Rica:

17 Agreement between the United Kingdom and the Republic

of Costa Rica for the Exchange of Postal Money Orders...

Eouador:

29 Accession of Ecuador to the Convention signed at Geneva,
22nd August, 1864, for the Amelioration of the Condition
of the Wounded in Armies in the Field

Mioara^a:

22 Accession of Nicaragua to the Convention signed at Geneva,
6th July, 1906, for the Amelioration of the Condition of
the Wounded and Sick in Armies in the Field

Panama:

23 Accession of Panamii to the Convention signed at Geneva,
22nd August, 1864, for the Amelioration of the Condition
of the Wounded in Armies in the Field

25 Treaty between the United Kingdom and Panama for the
Mutual Surrender of Fugitive Criminals

Caba, DomlBioan RepubliCt Hayti, and Paraguay :

20 Accession of Cuba, Dominican Republic, Hayti, and Para-
guay to the Convention signed at Geneva, 22nd August,
1864, for the Amelioration of the Condition of the
Wounded in Armies in the Field



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389



Oaoemment PuMieaUom.



No.



Price.



13



30

10
11

15



27
18



Peru:

Treaty between the United Kingdom and Peru for the
Mutual Surrender of Fugitive Criminals

Brazil:

Accession of Brazil to the Geneva Convention of 22nd August,
1864, for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded
in Armies in the Field

Venezuela :

Accession of Venezuela to the Geneva Convention of 6th
July, 1906, for the Amelioration of the Condition of the
Wounded and Sick in Armies in the Field

International Agreement respecting the Unification of the
Pharmacopceiai Formulas for Potent Drugs ...

Accessions of British Colonies, &c., to various Treaty
Engagements between the United Kingdom and Foreign
Powers

International Convention for the Amelioration of the Condi-
tion of the Wounded and Sick in Armies in the Field ...

Protocol for the Accession of Non-Signatory Powers to the
Convention of 29th July, 1899, for the Pacific Settlement
of International Disputes

International Sanitary Convention

General Index to Treaty Series, 1902-1906



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6d,
2d.



COLONIAL OFFICE REPORTS.



The following Reports relating to H.M. Colonial FoBseBsionB, issned
•ince the let Januaiy, 1907, may be purchased from Messrs. Wyman A
Sons, Tetter Lane» B.C. :—

Annual.



No.


Place. .


Price.


515


British Honduras




2d.


516


Northern Nigeria


. •••


1#. 2d.


B17


Bechuanaland Protectorate


• ... ...


id.


518


Leeward Islands


. ... ...


2id.


619


Bast Africa Protectorate


• .•• ...


Id,


520


Seychelles


. ••• ...


2\d.


521


Hon^ Kong


• ... ...


2d.


522


Falkland Islands


. ... ...


l\d.


528


Ashanti


. ... ...


2d.


624


Jamaica





Hd.


525


Uganda Protectorate


. «•• ...


2d.


526


St. Helena


• ... ...


2ld.


627


Ceylon





Sid.





State of Brunei




Id.


528


Bermuda




2d.


529


Gibraltar


. ... • ...


2ld.


680


Northern Territories of the Gold Coast


... ...


Id.


581


Sierra Leone


• ... ...


3d.


582


Surveys of British Africa





3s. Id.



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[Nov. 21, ISOf.



Ocvemment PubUeaHmu.



No.


Place.


Price.


533


Weihaiwei




\\i.


634


Gold CJoasfc


•• ••• •••


^


535


Malta


.. ••• ••■


2*


636


Oambia


.• ••• •••


U.





Cjpnis

Br tish Oentral Africa Protectorate . . .


>.• ••• ••■


%


537


>.. ••• .••


588


Bedmanaland Protectorate


.. ... ...


i7


689


Leeward Islands


.. ... .••


M.


540


Straits Settlements


•.. ... •••


Si'-


541


Turks and Caicos Islands


••• ••• •••


ik


542


Somaliland Protectorate


... ... .••


\\i


648


Bahamas


... ... ...


Hi.


544


Barbados


... ... ••*


a.


546


Trinidad and Tobago


>.. ... *••


!«'•


645


Grenada


>.. ... •••


u.


647


Mauritius ... ... ... ...





414





MlMMlianeoiii.




No.


Place.


Price.


89
40
41
48

43

44


1 Jamaica (Cayman Islands) ,

Northern Nigeria : Memorandum on the Taxation of Natives
East Africa Protectorate : Report on the Forests of Eenia ...
Oejion : Report on the results of the Mineral Snrrej in

iyu&*o ••• •*• ••• ••• «a* ••• ••• ...

Caicos Islands : Report as to the further development of the

Sisal Industry

British East Africa Protectorate : Report on the Survey

Department


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Noj. 21. 1907.] THE BOABD OP TRADE JOURNAL. 391

THE COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE
BRANCH OF THE BOARD OF TRADE.

The Intelligence Branch of the Comm^xdal Depsrtment of the
Board of Trade (No. 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.G.) ib
intended to be a centre at which information on all subjects of
commercial interest shall be ccdlected and focnssed in a form
ocmvenient for reference, and at which, so fiur as the interests of
British trade permit, replies shall be given to enquiries by traders
on commercial matters.

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

The Gk>vemments 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, Basingludl Street, special offices for dealing with trade
matters (see next page).

The "Board of Ti^de 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 tJie price of 3cL All
applications respecting subscription, or the purchase of single
copies, should be addr^sed 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. Cbpies may also be obtained from
Messrs. G. Street & Co., Ltd., 30, Comhill, E.C.

SPECIAL INDIAN AND COLONIAL
TRADE ENQUIRY OFFICES.

India.— The India Trade Enquiry Office at 73, Basinghall Street,
London, E.G., has been established for the purpose of supplying
the general public with all available information as to the commercial
products, manufactures and trades of British India.

The office 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.

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392 THE BOABD OF TKADE JOURNAL. [NoT. 21, 1907.

IPBCUL IMDIAH AHD OOLOHIAL TRIDB BMQUIRT OmCStn-iMmtimtsd,

Ctaada. — ^The Canadian Government haye secured premises al
73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C., where an office has beeo
opened under the designation of ^'CSanadian Qoyemment CSty
l^rade Branch," for the oonyenienoe of the commercial community.

In due course it is intended to equip and maintain a display
room, illustrating the products, resources and manu&ctures of the
Dominion. In the meantime, a Canadian representatiye 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 the Oitv of London, the Agent-Oeneral for Queensland has
opened a branch office at 78, Basinehall Street, London, KC,
^ere a representative attends dauy to give information to
enquirers regarding trade, mining, and all ouier 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 Enouiry Offikse
has been opened at 78, Basinghall Street, E.C., by me Gk>veni-
ments of the Transvaal and Orange Biver Colony, on the lines of
the agency established at the same address by the Gk>vemmeQt of
Cape Colony, but under the general direction of the Commercial
Litelligence Branch of the Board of Trade.

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

South Austodia. — ^The Government of South Australia have
established a Produce Department at the offices of the Amnt
General, Threadneedle House, 28, Bishopsgate Street WiUun,
London, E.C. 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 shortly to send
to London specimens of every description of South Australian
Produce, and these will be displayed in one of the offices of tlid
Commercial Agent's Department.

Cape of Good 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 superintendenoe
of the Trades Commissioner, who, together \iith the Conuneicial
Agent, deals with, and supplies free, information on trade sobjects
connected with the Colony, such as commercial products, indostriee,
trade, tariff regulations, commercial statistics, railway ratofii
prospects for emigration, &c., &c.

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OT. 21, 1907.] THB BOABD 07 TRADB JOUBNAIr-^ckeriiMMmte.



Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shippers whose Advertisements appear
in the '' Board of Trade Journal/'



vbemt BlottbuB- 'aoi

inis, BosBftU k Co., Mark-
inchy JFit% ••• ••• •••

mnsdj^^ k Bona, Barrow-
ileld Pottariee, Glasgow ...

■aatiM Cttikir at6f4.y-

men k WUUamaoii, Littlfl
Byibanit Gianihaiii

iiallyGhartt-
itter,J.D.,14S,]finorifli... 6

wtUkag 'MXlotmt-
iy^stMmg BaUoon Co^^
Broadheath Bubber Works,
iltxincfaam, Bngland ...



£r give%f Advertisement does not afipear in this iuneJ)



ciltnall
loper, Tab«jgOon >0 k 93,
Soathwaxk Otioot, 8.B. •••
I Mmj, W. H. k H. 67,
Bonyiigli Hi^ Straot, S.B.



i k Mitchell, Brig-

DOQ8S| XQVkS ••• ••• Mt

lear, sad Slovt Xarehaatf
okea Je Co., Stnnd, London



Alkali ibnii

Bnmner, Mcoid k Co., Korth-

wioh Cheshire

United Alkali Co., Ltd^

Liverpool ... ...' .«• .••

AUoyt-
Delta Metal Co.,Ltd., London 24

AnnoBia, ABhydrou, k Idqnid—

Brotherton k Co., fieedi

(Carbonate of Ammonia,

Muriate of Ammonia, Iec.)

Peter B. MoQuie k Son,

19, South John Street,

LiTerpool ••

Anmiuition IfatiBfl fc ct ar ers ■
Kobel*8 BxplodTes Co., Ltd.,
Nobel House, 196, West
George Street, Glasgow •••

Anglo- Aasarioaa Bhina—
Flack, Henry, London, S.Bm.

Anglo-Duteh Titos-
Carter k Co., Bncanstic Tile
Works, Poole ... 1

AntUbuUng Composition fbr CKhipa—
Peacock k Buchan, Ltd.,

Southanmton

Wilkinson,He7WOQd k dark,

Ltd., London, I

Aati-IHetioB Metal-
Delta Metal Co.,Ltd.,Londo&,

d/. .•• ... ••• ••• •*• 314



AntimoBj Paisfe- ^Atm

Parker Ic Lester, L(mdon,8.B.

Artists' Colourt-
Wilkinson,He7Wood ic Clark,
Ltd., Lcmdon, B. ..« •••

Asphalts, British- ^

Greenshields, James, k Oo.,
43, Bath Street, Glasgow.^ 22

Baby's Bottles-
Barclay & Sons, Ltd., 96,
Faningdon Street, London,

B.o : 1«

Bags aad Sacks, Jute and OottQoi^

Elnowles, Clarence C, k Co,,
19, Brunswick Street, Uyer-
pool, and at London, B. ...

Bags and Saokt-
Paira, J. de, k Co., 11, Dmry
Laiie» LiTerpool ••• •••

Balloons—
Adyertising Ballooa Oe.,
Altrincham, Bngland ,••

Barium:-
Hedwortb Barium Co., Ltd.,
Kewcastle-on-Tyne ^ ,•• 17



Daukes k Co., Strand, WUX



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THE BOABD OF TBADB JOUBNAL.— Ait wfw cwwi ifi . [Nov. 21, ISCK



to MBRCHUTB, MAHUFIOTUBBRB, IHD SHIPPERS WHOSB 1DYEBTI8BMEBT8 ABfS
Ul THB MBOAKD OF TBADB iOJJBM AL'^-'Oantinmed.



Baths, Porcelain, BnaoMllad 'aoi
(CMtlroB)-
OUrk, T. Ifc O^a^ Ck).,Wal.
wluuiiptoii •• -

Bedfteadf and Bedding-
Needham, S., k Co., LiTer-
pool and Leeds 23

BeMnr-

Walker, Charles, k Co., Ltd.,
Swinegate, Leeds •

Bent nmber—
Owen, J., k Sons, Ltd.,
Stanley Mills, Liverpool ... 21

BeTtlled and Bent Glass—
Ster^ns, Jamesilc Son, Vio*
toria Glass Works, Dart-
fl&onth Street, Birmingham 1

Billiard Tiible Kannfsetnrers-
Coz k Yeman, London, S.W.

Blsozide of Barinm—
Bessler, Waechter k Co» Ltd.,
18 k 19, Fenchnrch Street,

B.O. 16

Hedworth Barinm Co., Ltd«,
Newoastle •• 17

Bird Seeds and foods-
Hyde, B., A Ca, Ltd,,London,
8.B* •«• .•• ••• ••• ••>

BiMoit Xaanfltctnrers—
Hubbard, Walter, Smith
Street, Hillhead, Glasgow.
B^ort Agent— J. S. Morri-
son, Son k Jones, Peninsn-
lar Buildings, London, B.C. 18



Blf^ ^v^«g aiuhian)-Blaek and
Brown- »^»

The Nubian Manufacturing
Co., Lorrlmore St., S.B. •«•

Blaakets-CSotton—
Johnsont J., Hodgkinson k
Pearson, Ltd. Manchester

Blasting Gelatine and Gelignite—
Nobel's BxploslTes Ca, Ltd.,
Nobel House, 195, West
George Street, Glasgow ...

Bleaching Powder-
Bmnner, Mond k Co.,

Northwich, Cheshire ...
United AlkaU Co^ Ltd.

XiiTerpool ... ... ••• •••

Blie XannflMtnrers—
Bdge, Wm., k Sons,
Bolton... ... .*• •



Ltd.,



Boiler Inemstation (ProTention
and BemoTal of )—
The Boilerine Manufacturing
Co., Old Kent Boad. S.E...

Boiler Makers—
Butterlej Co.(The), Ld., Derby

Bdts, Vuts and Screws-
Guest, Keen k Nettlefolds,
Ltd., Birmingham !



Mill Matiufkcturers—
Carter, J. Harri8on,Dunstable



Boot Polish, "BalBonJ
''VnbianmoPMto''—

The Nubian Mam
Co.yLorrimoEttSt.,
6.B. ... ••• ■•• **

Bottled Pruitt-
Cocks, Charles, Ifc Oo^
Beading



IM^



Bottle(
Harrison, Bootle, liTexpool



Bottliag Wire-



Los^ A, k Oo^ ^M^ — —
D^rby Boad, UTCipool ^



981,1^6



Delta Metal Oo^
London, B.C. •- — ^



BriekkTile:

ToweiB k Williawmnti, JAMb

Bytham, GrantliAm — ^

Bronse Matiuftu)iareg»—
DelU Metal Go.
London, B.O. •«.



Whyte, J. ic B., 68, Frnxms
Street, Glasgow

Brushes (Tooth)—

Barclay k Sons, Lt<L, 95»
Famngdon Street, Lonx&m,

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