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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 Biver Colony. Statements
of the objects and work of these Enquiry Offices will be found
on pp. 591-2.

OPENINGS FOR BRITISH TRADE.

BRITISH INDIA.

The Secretary of State for India in Council is prepared to receive

Vacuum Brake *^^^®™ ^9^, *^^® supply of vacuum brake gear.

ri^ The conditions of contract may be obtain^ on

application to tha Director General of Stores,



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'5422 THB BQAapiOF TXADS JOUBNAL. [Dec. 19, 1M7.

Openings for BfitUh Trade.

India Office, Whitehall, S.W., SQd tenders are to be delivered at
that office by two p.m. on the 31st December, 1907, after which
time no tender will ! be received. A copy of the conditions
may be seen at the Cbmmercial Intelligence Branch of the Board

of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, E.G.

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CANADA.

The following commercial enquiries have been received at the
Commercial Canadian OoT«mm«nt QfteeSy 17, Victoria AtrecA,
Ibianiriei I«<»doii, 8.W., whence fdrther information

qnines* , regarding them may be obtained : —

HOME ENttUIBIES.

A London firm desire to import considerable quantities of fish oil
fix>m Canada.

A North of England firm desire to appoint agents in Canada for
their sanitary appliances for domestic and public buildings, and
their sewage purification plant.

A Midlands firm make enquiry concerning the sale in Canada of
fire bricks of the btet Stourbridge quality.

A North of England firm manufacturing all kinds of hardware
desire to get into touch with Canadian importers of their tinplates,
Canada plates, galvanised sheets and other specialties.

A London firm of manu£ekcturers of ships' signal lamps, pnll^
UodkSy and ship, yacht and boat fittings of all kinds desire to get
into communication with buyers of these goods in Canada.

A commission agent in London desires to get into touch with
Caxiadian importing firms connected with the iron, steel, iron-ore>
coal and shij^ping trades.

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

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

HOME ENaUIBIES.

A London house, doing business in Indian &bric8 suitable for
wall decoration, wish to be placed in communication with
Canadian importers who could take up the sale of these goods.

A company, manufacturing spades, shovels, picks and other
tools, are prepared to appoint an active CanacUan resident repre-
sentative possessing a first-class connexion among railways, con-
tractors, mines, etc. References required.

A company, manu&cturing a special system of corraspondenee
files, and also office equipment, would like to get into touch with



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IDec. 19, 11K)7.j tHE BOAltD 0? TSABB jdlT&NAL. "^ 548

Openings for BriHsh Trade.

some first-clattr Cimadim firm m a position to introduce and take
Tip the sale of- their spedalties in Canada, .
. A company manufactnring enamellad iroA and copper tablets and
letters, &c., seek a suitable Canadian resident agent:

CANADIAN ENamSIBS.

A firm in Montreal would be pleased to do business, upon fi
^^mmission biftsis, in buflding' materials and house decorations, and
opaline glass suitable for ceilings, walls, dadoes, &c,

A manufacturers' agent in Quebec is prepared to represent
manufacturers of steel plaiies of all kinds, and also of steel and cast
iron water and gas pipes.

A firm of brokers in Montreal are in position to ofier several
thousand cases of this season's pack of first-class quality gallon
apples for prompt shipment, and invite correspondence from United
Kingdom buyers.

A company doing business in mill engineers' supplies invite
correspondence from United Kingdom manufacturers of new
patented small tools; engineers' supplies; general transmissien
macMnerj and similar goods.

A Montreal firm are prepared to represent a first-class United
Kingdom manufacturer of sanitary tiles.

A firm of wholesale brokers in Calgary, with branches in
Edmonton and Vancouver, are prepared to represent United
Kingdom firms seeking business in grocery sundries, spices, con-
fectionery, and provisions ; also hardware lines.

A firm in Montreal would be pleased to hear firom United
Kingdom firms in a position to quote low export prices on cast
iron water and gas pipes.

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

CAPE COLONY.

With reference to the notice on p. 443 of the " Board of Trade
T M M nntftin Jo^^^l " for 5*^ December, respecting the
•Run ^ proposed construction of a railway to the top

*wAway. ^f rp^i^,^ Mountain, the Board of Trade corres-

pondent at Cape Town (Mr. E. J. Cattell), has forwarded a copy of
a memorandum by the city engineer, bearing upon the proposed
railway, also a copy of the notice inviting tenders which has now
been issued. These may be examined by persons interested at the
Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73,
Basinghall Street, B.C.



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544 THE BOARD OF TBADE JOUBKAL. [Dec. 19, 1107.

Qpenings for British Trade.

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS.

The Begistrar of Importe and Exports at Singapore (Mr. A. Stnart)

Katarial for reports that at a meeting of the Tanjong Pagar

Whi^ttmi Dock ^^^ Board the tender for the constmction of a

^r"^, J. main wharf and lagoon dock by a well-known

consurucn . London firm of harbour engineers was accepted,

the contract price being 998,7001. The work will comprise 4,575 ft.

of wharfage with a depth of 35 ft. at low water mark, 20-ton blocks

of concrete being used up to low water mark, and above that

massed concrete. The lagoon dock will have 3,800 ft* of wharfiige

with a depth of 30 ft. at low water in ordinary spring tides, the

walls being composed of massed concrete.

DENMARK.

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

forwarded a copy (in English) of the conditions

Oas CoaL and specification relating to a call for tenders

for the supply to the Lighting Department of

that city of 200,000 tons of prime gas coals. Tenders must be sent

in sealed envelopes marked '' Tilbud paa Kul,** and should reach

Belysningsdirektorens Eontor, Baadhuset, Copenhagen, before

midday on the 4th January.

The conditions, &c., may be consulted by British firms at the

offices of the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of

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

GERMANY.

The British Pro-Consul at Berlin (Mr. J. F. Gerb) has forwarded
particulars of the following contracts open to tender : —

1 . The supply to the Prussian State Bailway Directorates at Berlin,

Halle-on-Saale, Bromberg, Dantzig, KOnigsberg,
Lubricating OIL Magdeburg and Stettin, of 6,260,000 kilos, of

mineral lubricating oil in eighteen lots. Sealed
tenders must be sent to the '* Bechnungsbureau, Ednigliche EiBen-
bahndirektion, 1-4 Schoeneberger Ufer, Berlin, W. 35," not later
than 1 1 a.m. on the 4th January, 1908. Forms of tender and ocmtract
may be obtained at the Zentralbureau, Zimmer 420, 1-4,
Schoeneberger Ufer, Berlin, W. 35, on payment of 64 d. (not in
stamps).

2. The supply to the Prussian State Railway Directorate at

Magdeburg of 4,500 kilos, of string, 2,000

Btrtog, jj^jj^g of string for lead seals, 3,500 kilos, of sack

]^p WickH, ^j^g^ J8QQQ metres of lamp wicks, 60,000 flat

Brooms, &c. j^^p ^j^j^^^ jgy j^jj^^ ^f ^^^ad wicks, 18,500

lead seals, 1,300 lamp chimney cleaners, 6,750 Piassava brooms,

8,000 brushwood (birch) brooms, 1,700 oak rail levers, and 1,000



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Dec. 19, 1907.] THE BOARD OF TRADE JOXTRNAL. 545

Openings for British Trade:

rolls of toilet paper. Sealed tenders mast be sent to the
'' Kdnigliche Eisenbahndirektion No. 1 Knochenhaner Ufer,
Magdeburg," not later than 11 a.m. on 9th January, 1908. Forms
of tender and contract may be obtained at Ednigliche Bieen-
bahndirektion, Rechnungsbureau, No. 1, Knochenhaner Ufer,
Magdeburg, on payment of 6id. each (not in stamps).

8. The supply to the Prussian State Railway Directorates at
T>i ko Berlin, Bromberg, Dantzig, Hallo-on-Saale,

n ^^^' Kdnigsberg, Ma^eburg and Stettin, of the

^0168, soap, following materials :— 8,000 kilos, of plumbago,
Soda,]Utcli68, AC. g ygQ j^i^g of candles,351,300 kilos, of soft soapi
59,600 kilos, of white soap, 295,000 kilos, of calcined soda, 218,900
kilos, of dextrine, 220,000 boxes of matches, 84,000 boxes of polish-
ing cream, and 132,900 kilos, of soap-stone packing (*' talkliede-
rung"). Sealed tenders must be delivered to the " Rechnungsbureau,
1-4 Schoeneberger Ufer, Berlin, W. 35," not later than 11 a.m. on
28th December. Forms of tender and contract may be obtained
at the " Zentralbureau, Zimmer 420," 1-4, Schoeneberger Ufer,
Berlin, W. 35, on payment of 6Jd. each (not in stamps).

Copies of the conditions of contract, &c., may be inspected at the
Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73, Basing-
hall Street, London, E.C.

NETHERLANDS.

H.M. Consul at Amsterdam (Mr. W. A. Churchill) reports that

ttr M "Di V ♦ tendera will be received up to 11 a.m. on the

cS^^PaSST' ^^**^ December at the Naval Dockyard, Amstei-

cotton ^aooing, ^^^^ ^^^ ^^iq supply of the following goods for

T^^L^ISf U the use of the Dutch Navy during 1908 :—

and Cotton Cloth. g^^OO woollen blankets; 1,600 metres blue

cotton padding; 3,100 metres satin lining, 070 metres wide;

25,000 metres cotton for trousers and jackets, 0'73 metres wide ;

articles for sewing-bags. Specifications may be obtained from the

" Magazijnmeester van Kleeding en Levensmiddelen," Rijkswerf,

Amsterdam, at 4d. for each lot.

H.M. Consul also reports that tenders are invited by the Dutch

-_^^. - Ministry of the Colonies for the supply of the

Lflic¥ 'ctm^^' following goods in lots consisting of: — Cast

BlAnk'tfl Ro'' iron; various metals; various cranes; door

p .* . * ^ * knobs, locks and fastenings ; spanners ; rivets .

** ' • and washers ; canvas and linen ; lanccster ;

material for flags ; sarongs ; blankets ; counterpanes ; say ; rope,

yam, cord, jute and hemp ; sewing-machine cotton ; methylated

spirits ; carbolic acid ; mineral acids ; pitch, tar and oakum ;

Prussian blue, yellow and green paint. Tenders will be received

at N. Z. Voorburgwal, 212, Amsterdam, up to 1.30 p.m. on 8th

January. Specifications may be obtained from Van Cleef, Bros.,

Hofspui 28a, The Hague, at 4d. for each lot.

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*|49 THE BOABB OF TBABB JOfUBXJOL [Tloa. 19; IMt

Opentfigi f&r BriHsh Trade.

BfeLGtUM.

H.M. Oonsnl-Gtenerarat Antwerp (Sir E. C. Hertslet) reports that

? BlMstri Liffht ^^^©^8 are invited by the Municipal Authorities,

J. jueraie lagn ^f ^j^g^^. ^j^^ ^^j. ^.^^ installation of electric li^t

inttauatioiu ^^ ^^^^ j^^^ 33 ^^^ 3^ ^^ ^^ g^^^j^ ^^ j^

Campine. Tenders, in sealed registered envelopes, should be
^eli^ered to Monsieur le Bourgmestre de la Yille^ H^l de Ville,
Antwerp, not later tluui the 23rd December. A deposit of
400 francs (about 161,) will be required to qualify any tender.

The specification may be obtained from the H6tel de Ville,
Antwerp, on payment of one franc. A copy may be inspected by
British firms at the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board
of^Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.G.

The " Moniteur Beige" for the 9th and 10th December announces

•. ., that tenders are invited hy the Society

€onitrnc^ Nationale des Chemins de Fer Vicinaux for the

^* construction of the section between Qu6vy-le-

<3rande and the terminus at Estinnes-au-Mont, on the railway

from Havay to Haulchin. The estimated cost is 340,346 francs

(about 13,614Z.). A deposit of 34,C00 francs (about 1,360Z.)

is required to qualify any tender. Tenders will be opened at

11 a.m. on the 15th January, at the offices of the Soci6t6, Rue de

la Science 14, Brussels, where also the specification (cahier des

.charges) may be obtained at the cost of one franc.

FRANCE.

The British Vice-Consul at Nantes (Mr. A Trillot) reports that

p. J tenders are invited by the Prefecture of the

^ t W V— " Loire-Inftrieure for the improvement of the

Access ^' ^^^®' Loire between Nantes and the sea. The

work comprises the construction of dykes,

embankments, &c., and is estimated to cost 4,900,000 francs (about

196,000?.). Tenders will be opened at the Prefecture on the 28th

December.

In the absence, however, of specific information as to the
admission of foreigners as tenderers, the notice is given here
rather from the point of view of the possible supply to contractors of
accessories.



PORTUGAL.

The " Diario do Govemo " of 9th December contains a
notice to the effect that a concession has been
Hining Plant granted to the Cie. Minidre du Tuugst^ne o
Brussels for the working of the S. Joao da

Escoureda Wolfram mine in the district of Villa Real.



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Dec 1^ 1907.] THE BOARD OF TEADE JOUBNAL. 547

Openinffs for British Tradt.

spAm,

The Acting British ConBul at Bilbao (Mr. J. Ini^es) repcnrts that a

o^- *-.*-. -.# diBtiUer and chemical mwur^ m6];chaat afc

*K^ Haro^provinceof Logrofio.wi8h68tobepiitin

toubh with exporters from die United Kingdom

of'ulphate of ammonia. He desires to be furnished with best

prices, and offers any neqessary references in Bilbao.

CommnnicationB from British exporters should be addressed to

H.M. Consul, Bilbao.

The ^'Gaceta de Madrid" of 11th December contains a noti^

iff{<KKi-f # inviting tenders for the supply to the guri-

^!3i powder works of Murda of 74,000 kilogs. of

nitrate of potash in sacks of 50 or 100 kilogs.

each, at an upset price of 61,831 pesetas (about 2,1522.) Tenders

should be sent in to the Junta de Subasta de la fabrica de

Polvora, at Murcia, before 2nd Januaiy, 1908.

The " Gaceta" of 12th December contains a notice to the effect

Eleetrie Tram<^ that the Compania General deTranviasElectdcQ?

^^^Plaat. " ^® Valencia have applied to the Ministerio do

y lajiv Fomento for a concession for the construction

of an electric tramway in that town. A period of one month from

the date of the " Gaceta" is allowed for the presentation of other

offers on a ba^is more advantageous to the Government than tbat

offered. Such offers should be addressed to the Direccion General

de Obras Publicas, Madrid.

The "Gaceta" of 13fti December notifies that an application has

-., been received in the Ministerio de Fomento

Conatrn^ from Senor Don Manuel Bellido y Qonz^l^

^^' for the construction of a secondary railway

from Medina de Bioseco to Palanquinos via Yillanueva del Gampo

and Yalderas. Other offers to compete with the one above

mentioned may be sent in to the Direccion de Obras Publicas,.

Madrid, within a period of 30 days from the date of the " Gaceta.'*

ITALY.

The British Vice-Consul at Spezia reports that a public competition

will be held simultaneously at the Royal Arsenals

Linseed (KL (Contract Offices) of Spezia and Naples at 1 1 a.m.

on the 28th December in order to receive sealed

tenders for a contract for the supply to the Italian Navy of raw

and boiled linseed oil for the estimated value of 124,400 lire

(about 4,976i.). Tenders may be for one or more of four lots,

valued at 2,324t, 960Z., 712Z., and 980Z. respectively. Deposits

ejual to 10 per cent, of the value of each lot tendered for will b^

required to qualitjLtenders. . ..



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543 THE BOARD OF HUDE journal. [I>ec. 19, 1907.

Openings for British Trade.

IT AluY— continued.

The special conditions of contract may be seen at the Ministry
of Marine, ' Borne ; at the Directorates General of the Soyal
Arsenals ; at the Technical Offices of the Navy at Genoa ; and at
the principal Chambers of C!ommeroe in Italy.

Each tender should be made out on GoTemment stamped paper
c^ 1 lira. Local representation is necessary.

The expenses of registration, printing and stamp duty are
payable by the successful tenderer.

Kodem factories q^^ «^i.:^ ^^ ^ kqa
- , »See notice on p. 5o4.



ITALY-SICILY.

With reference to the notice on p. 356 of the " Board of Trade

T tfi t'oiiAl Journal" for 2l8t November, and previous

^ ^ -. - notices relating to an International Competition

Competttion f or ^^^ ^^^^ Machinery for the Cultivation of

«otor Maclujw^ Vineyards, H.M. Consul at Palermo (Mr. S. J. A.
for Ymcultuie. churchill, M.V.O.) now reports that the compe-

tition in question will be held at Palermo iu the autumn of 1908.

Applications for entrance to the competition should be addressed

to the Director of the Institute Zootechnico before Ist Maroh, 1908.

The conditions may be seen by intending competitors at the

Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73,

Basinghall Street, E.C.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

The ** Lieferungswesen '* of 12th iJecember contains a notice in-
RftiM-SAAd viting tenders for the supply to the Pribram

^IL^*^ mine authorities of 30,000 kilogs. of pure, double-

refined rape-seed oil from sound rapes, not
Hederich (wild rape), in casks of 200 kilogs. A deposit of 10 per
cent, of the value of the ofier is required. Tenders marked " Offert
auf Rtibs5l-lieferung " must be sent in to the K, K. Bergdirektion,
Pribram, before 24th December.

ROUMANIA.

H.M. Consul at Bucharest (Mr. 0. Wardrop) reports, on the

Bailwav Material ^^*'*^^^*y ^^ *® "Carierul Financier," that

^Lii P/.1V r^ *^® Roumanian Government has decided to

ana jfcomiig ^jj^^ ^ ^^^ g^^ Railways the sum of

^^^^^ 50,000,000 francs (2,000,000t) for the purchase

of rolling stock, the construction of new sidings and various
other works.



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Dec 19. 1907.1 THE BOABD OF TRADE J0X7BKAL. 349



Openings for British Trade.



TURKEY.

H,M. Vice-Consul at Uskub (Mr. H. E. Satow) has forwarded
. copies (in French^ of the contract form and '

Iron firidgework. conditions of tender for the supply of the iron-
work required for four bridges on the Prishtina-
Prepolac road, and for one over the river Vardar at Uskub, together
with a "programme" giving information as to the method of
tendering, &c. These documents may be seen by British firms at
the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73,
Basinghall Street, London, E.G. Tenders will be received up to
the 19 th January.

It should be noted that in the case of Turkish Government
contracts it is understood that it is practically impossible for a
British firm to tender with success except through a thoroughly
competent agent on the spot. A list of British agents established
at Constantinople may be obtained on application at the above
address.



MEXICO.

The '* Diarios OficiaP of 13th and 18th November contain notices

Hvdro Electric ^^ applications for appropriating the water of

V\ t certain rivers for motive power from — 1. Senor

Charles B. Knocker for the river Moctezuma,

in the State of Hidalgo ; 2. Senor Felipe Ch&vez for the river de la

Compaiiia, in the State of Mexico.

The " Diario " of 26th November contains notices to the efiect
that the Mexican Government have contracted with Senor J. H.
Warner, representing the Inde Gold Mining Co., and Seftor
Joaquin Mirambell, for the appropriation of water for motive power
from the rivers Nazas, State of Durango and Chimalapa, State of
Chiapas, respectively.

The " Diario " of 27th November contains notices of similar
contracts with SefLor Eduardo Sabath6 and Sefior Manuel Gonzalez,
the former for the rivers Pulchain, Jecuatla and Salta, State of
Vera Cruz, and the latter for the river Blance, States of Nuevo
Leon and Tamaulipas.

EGUAI>OR.

H.M. Consul at Guayaquil (Mr. A. Cartwright) reports that the

business of the Guayaquil Brewery has

Beer. continued unaltered, but tne reduction in the

import dues on foreign beer has caused a

considerable amount of competition, and the imports of Gterman

and American beer have largely increased. No trade is at present

done there in British ale or stout. (Foreign Office, Annual Series^

8,946.)



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5^0 THE BOASD OF TftAUE JOtntNix. [D^ 19, HOf.

Openings for British Trade.



r CHILE.

Hie ** Diario Oficial " of Chile^of 22nd October <x>nt&in8 a.copy of a

P^^ decree approving a contract between the Cfaidf

• ^ ^SU^ Engineer of the Chocpa-IUapel railway and

construction. genoree Osvaldo Walker and Marcelo Somarriva
for railway works on that line at a cost of 143,228 pesos (5,3701.
at present exchange of about 9d.).

The same "Diario" contains a notice to the effect tisat a conces-
sion has been granted to the Sociedad Francesa of Chaliaral for the
construction of a railway from Cha&aral to Pueblo Hundido.

The '* IHario '* of 23rd October contains a copy of a decree
granting, a concession to the Cia. Salitrera Aurora de Agoas
Blancas for the construction of a railway from the Aurora mine to
the Bonasort station of the Caleta Coloso-Aguas Blanoas railway.



ARGENTINA.

The "Boletin Oficial" of Argentina of 8th November

« . , contains a copy of a decree authorising flie

ConitaioUon Inspeccion General de Puentes y Caminos to

* construct an iron bridge over the Arroyodel

Medio, on the road from Pergamino to Rosarip, at a cost of 86,000

pesos currency (about 7,437Z.), and to invite tenders for the supply

of the iron, &c., necessary for the work.

The same ** Boletin " also contains a copy of a decree authorising
P rt W V *^® Direccion General de Vias de Comunicacion

^ ' to extend certain wharves in the port of Buenos

Ayres at a cost of 113,916 pesos currency (about 9,9657.).



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FRANCe.

With reference to lie notice on p; 359 of ib©^' Board <rf Trad©

- . .. , Journal" for 21^ November, relative to the

international international Electrical Exhibition to be held

wf .!^r!"^^. at Marseilles in 1908, the Board of Trade hav©

ExniDitiOTi at received, through the Porei^ Office, fiom the

awe 68. French Ambassador in London, copies of the

regulations, general classification of exhibits and form of a^^ctttioD

for space, together with plans of the exhibition in question. These

n\ay be consulted at the Commercial Intelligence Bra&di of the

Board of Trade, 73, Basinghall Street, E.G.

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Witli reference to the notice on pi 3S9 of the ''Board of Trade

Intttnatioiifll Journal *' for 2 let November respecting an

Elaotrioal International Exhibition of Electrical Machinery,

i»rK{K44«/»i o4> *^-» ^ ^ ^^^^ ^* Lyons in June, 1908,

^ ^ that, in view of the fact that an Exhibitipn

of applied electricity is to be held at Marseilles in 1908,
the Lyonnese Society of Agriculture, Science and Industry
have decided to confine the scope of the Lyons Exhibition to
electricity in its application to agricultural purposes, which will
differentiate it considerably from t£at at Marseilles^



COMMERCLiL INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE.

The President of the Board of Trade has appointed Sir Albert
Spicer, Bart, M.P., to be a member of the Commercial Intelligence
Advisory Committee, in place of the late Mr. T. F. Blackwell.



CENSUS OP PRODUCTION;

The Second Meeting of the Advisory Committee for the Baking^
Cocoa, Confectioiiery and Froii Preserving Trades was held on the
16th December, at the offices of the Board of Trade. Those
present were Mr. A. "Wilson Fox, C.B. (presiding) ; Sir Walter
Palmer, Bart. ; Mr. W. Arundel ; Mr. J. Boyd ; Mr. J. Hicks ;
Mr. Stanley Machin; Mr. J. B. Morrell ; Sir Robert Gifien, K.C.B.;
Mr. G. J. Stanley, C.M.G. ; Mr. H. W. Macrosty and Mr. G. C. L.
Maunder (Secretary).



ELECTRICAL ENTERPRISES IN SPAIN.

Referring to the article on electrical enterprises in Spain, pub-
lished on pp. 456-8 of the "Board of Trade Journal" of 5th
December, it should be noted that the information contained
therein was famished by the British Vice-Consul at Madrid (Mr.



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