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Farm indebtedness in Bavaria, 180.

Feldspar, Bahia, 386.

Fensterpappe, Austria, 608.

Fibers, Samoa, 700.

Fiji, tea, 701.

Finance, Russian -English view of, 38.

Fmances and trade of Haiti, 346.

Fiscal changes in New South Wales, 293.

Flax and flaxseed, Argentine Republic,

611.
V\ax trade, Russia, 279.
Flour and grain trade, Russia, 274.
Flour, CalifDmia, Chilean competition with,

Colombia, 355.
Flour trade, Santiago de Cuba, 479.
Forests of Saxony, 238.
Formosa :

Japanese laws, 528.

Sugar industry, 530.
France :

Artificial silk, 499.

Bicycles, 583.

Cider making, 576.

Commerce with the Transvaal, 155.

Hom*comb industry, 601.

Linseed oil, 615.



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INDEX.



France — Continued.

Purification of <vater by metallic iron,

571.
Trade of, vs. United States, West Africa,

525-
Free-trade policy, Newcastle, N. S. W., 308.
Freight rates between China and the United

States, 20.
Freight rales, San Juan River, 427.
Fruit exjx)rts from Sicily, falling off, 357.
Fruit shipments from Palermo, 150.
Fruit trade of Sicily with United States, 81.
Fruit trees, method of pruning, in Italy,

357.

Fruits and nuts, Spain, 53.

Fruits, dried, in Switzerland, 753.

Fruits, plants, and vegetables, Russian im-
port regulations, 133.

Fruits, Samoa, 689.

Geneva :

Exports, 518.

Exposition, model village, 136.

Transportation tariff for American goods
from, to Zurich, 77, 79.
German plantations, Samoa, 710.
German vs. British iron and steel manufac-
ture, 205.
Germany :

Address book for export houses, 219.

Advertising in Japan, 221.

American bicycles, 325.

American cotton yams, 184.

American horses, 228.

American iron ore, 203.

American shoes, $08.

American trade methods, 164.

Antidiphtheritic scrum as a preventive,

351.
Apples, 224.
Auer-Welslmch i)atents and mona/ite,

242.
Baths for miners, 201.
Bavaria, farm indebtedness, 180.
Beet -sugar production, 192.
Beet-sugar returns, 195.
Berlin's industrial exhibition, 109.
Berlin's trade and industrial fairs, 1 10.
Bimetallism, 41.
Carpet trade, 189.
Census, 245.
Chemical industry, 209.
Cloak and clothing strike, 112.



Germany — Continued.

Commercial treaty with Russia, effects,

262.
Competition with English industries,

217.
Criticism of American meats, 182.
Electric plow, 588.
f^lectric street railways, Dresden, 97.
Emigration of discharged convicts, 594.
Exports to United States, 225.
Fears of American competition, 162.
Foreigners in technical schools, 588.
German vs. American trade methods,

166.
Glass industry, 222.
•iH Government aids to trade, 171.

(Government supervision of insurance

companies, 130.
Hamburg, horticultural exhibition

(i897)» 349-
Hog exports to, 256.
Imperial aid to industrial schools, 216.
Imperial bank, 236.
Improvement in trade, 173.
Insurance against want of employment,

595.

Interests in Samoa, 669.

International conference on sugar boun-
ties, 198.

Horn-comb industry, 603.

Horticultural exhibition in Hamburg

177.
I^ad-pencil manufacture, 191.
Unseed oil, 619.
Manufacture and uses of carbonic acid,

756.

Margarin law, proposed, 98.

Merchant marine, as compared with the
British, 174.

Mineral wool, mode of manufacture, 210.

New dynamometer, 587.

New sugar export bounties, 510.

Potatoes as food for cattle and sheep, 90.

Prices, 241.

Production of iron ore, 203.

Proposed American journal, 246.

IVussia, chambers of commerce, 175,

IHiblications beneficial to American
trade, 356.

Railway station in Dresden, 96.

Railways. 233.

Recent developments in trade and in-
dustries, 161.



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785



Germany — Continued.

Revision of laws, 179.

Rhine vintage (1895), 239.

Saxony, enlargement of commercial
schools, 170.

Saxony, forests, 238.

Saxony, guide to industries, 220.

Saxony, interest in United States Con-
sular Reports, 359.

Saxony, savings banks, 238.

Stock and grain speculation, 750.

Stuttgart, samples exhibition, 515.

Sugar export bounties, new, 510.

Textile industries, 502.

Tobacco planting, 199.

Tobacco production, 200.

Trade with Bulgaria, 129.

Training for trade, 161.

Use of tectorium, 607.

Wall paper, 190.

Wire-nail industry, 210.

Woolen industries, 505.

Wurtemberg, heating of houses, 144.
Germany and Great Britain, destitution, 596.
Glass industry, Germany, 222.
Goats, angora, and the mohair trade, 141.
(jold and ))apcr money in Russia, 34.
Gold coin. United Slates, in Russia, 39.
Gold-mining returns of British Guiana, 592.
Gold ores, treatment of, Australia, 309.
Gold production :

Bahia, 384.

Transylvania, 257.
Gold receipts at the MeU>ourne mint, 309.
Grain and flour trade, Russia, 274.
Grain crop, European Russia, 498.
Granite, Bahia, 386.
Graphite, Bahia, 386.
Great Britain :

Consular service and foreign trade, 348.

Imports of eggi, 358.
Great Britain and Germany, destitution,

596.
Greece:

Bicycles, 333.

Inscription on the Parthc lon, 352.
Guadeloupe :

Coffee crop, 372.

Depression of sugar industry, 370.
Guatemala :

Exposition (1897), 136.

International exposition, 592.
Guatemala and Mexico, boundary, 585.



(iuiana, British :

Gold-mining returns, 592.

Imports of butter, 591.
Guiana, Dutch, openings for trade, 599.

]{aiti:

Trade and finances, 346.

Trade with America, 150.
Hakodate, commerce, 19.
Hamburg, horticultural exhibition (1897),

349-
Hamilton, Bermuda, harbor improvement,

147.
Hankow tea trade, 93.
Harbor, Newcastle, N. S. W., 303.
Hats, palm leaf, exports of, to United States,

from Malaga, 50.
Hawaiian Islands:

Duty on wines and liquors, 772.

Exports, 343.

Registration, 336.
Heating of houses in Wurtemberg, 144.
Hides and skins, export of, Bas'e, 518.
]{onduras and United States, trade between,

474-
Honduras, British, pearl fisheries, 628.
Honduras, legislation, 354.
Hop crop of Russia, 283.
Horn comb industry :

PVance, 601.

Germany, 603.

Great Britain, 604.
Hornglas, Austria, 609.
Horseless carriages in Europe, 552.
Horse meat, canned, with American labels,

Europe, 588.
Horses, American:

Germany, 228.

Ireland, 522.
Horticultural exhibition, Hamburg (1897),

349.
Hungary, flour exports, 253.

Immigration contract, Venezuela, 114,
Imports:

Almeria, 53.

Blueflclds, 434.

Butter, into British Guiana, 591.

Corinto, 440.

Eggs, British, 358.

Japan, 4.

Jute, Austria- Hungary, 255.

Malaga, from United States, 51.



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INDEX.



Imixjils — Continued.

Plants, fruits, and vegetables, Russian
regulations, 133.

San Juan del Norte, 443.

San Juan del Sur, 439.

Siam, 27.
Income and land taxes, Newcastle, N. S. W.,

308.
India:

Jute industry, 776.

Pearl fisheries, 635, 640.

Trade (1894-95), 364.

Wages, 140.

Woolen mills, 600.
India-rubber industry, 213.
Infernal machines and Roentgen rays, 149.
Inscription on the Parthenon, 352.
Insurance against want of employment, Ger-
many, 595.
Insurance companies :

Government supervision. Germany, 130.

Japan, 139.
Ireland:

American goods, 768.

American horses, 522.

American machinery, 524.

Dublin electric tramways, 764.

Prices of agricultural produce, 523.
Iron:

Bahia, 385.

Industry, Russia, 265.

Metallic, purification of water by, 571.

Pig, made free, Sweden, 356.
Iron and steel manufacture, German vs. Brit-
ish, 205.
Iron ore :

American, Germany, 203.

Production, (iermany, 203.
Irrigation in Siam, 30.
Italy:

Anticipated results of the Sicilian sul-
phur trust, 773.

Exhibition of wine apparatus in Catania,

771-

Foreign trade (1895), 589.

Messina, lemons and lemon orchards,
82.

Method of pruning fruit trees, 357.

Palermo and Naples, new vessels be-
tween, 146.

Palermo, fruit shipments, 150.

Pearl fisheries, 641.

Sicily, exports of sulphur, 357.



Italy — Continued.

Sicily, falling oflf in fruit exports from,

357.
Sicily, fruit trade with United States,

81.
Sulphur trust, 489.
Tariff changes, 771. .
Transportation tariff for American good^

from Genoa to Zurich, 77, 79.
Use of tectorium, 609.

Jamaica, banana shipments to England, 147.
Japan :

Agricultural products, 2.

American manufactures, 15.

A new silk market, 772.

Banking and foreign trade, 3.

Commercial education, i.

Cotton -spinning industry, 537.

Exports, 4, 9.

Foreign trade, 150.

Formosa, Japanese laws, 528.

Formosa, sugar industry, 530.

German advertising, 221.

Growth of manufactures, 367.

Hakodate, commerce, 19.

Imports, 4.

Insurance companies, 139.

Manufactures, 2.

Merchant marine, 17.

Mineral products, 2.

Products of, vs. foreign, 2.

Progress and present condition, 12.

Trade with United States, i.

Treaty with Russia, 264.

Wages, 2.
Jubilee exhibition, Vienna, 159.
Jute : ,

Imports, Austria- Hungary, 255.

Industry in Euro))e and in the O-ient,
776.

Kaolin, Bahia, 386.

Kerosene, American, decline of trade, Amoy,

140.
Kiangsu railway, 154.
Korea, railroad concession to Americans, 358.

labels, American, on canned hone meat,

Europe, 588.
I^bor:

Belgium, 314.

Samoa, 684.



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INDEX.



787



I^ctator, or milking machine, Sweden, 496.

Lake Nicaragua freight rates, 427.

I^nd taxes and income, Newcastle, N. S. W.,

30S.
I^nd titles in Samoa, 717.
Law:

Banking, Mexico, 395.

Proposed margarin, Germany, 98.
Laws, Japanese, Formosa, 528.
Lead, Bahia, 385.

Lead-pencil manufacture, Germany, 191.
Leather manufactures, American, England,

144.
Legislation, Honduras, 354.
Lemons and lemon orchards, Messina, 82.
Lemons and oranges, Sonora, 405.
Lemons, exports of, to United States, from

Malaga, 50.
Lime, Bahia, 386.
Linseed oil :

Argentine Republic, 613.

Cuba, 615.

France, 615.

Germany, 619.

Great Britain, 621.
Liquid air, industrial use, 211.
Loans, mercantile, for Chinese industries, 596.
I^ndon, California oranges, 160.
Lumber trade. United States, Uruguay, 486.

Machine :

Milking, or lactator, Sweden, 496.

New butter-making, Sweden, 492.
Machinery, American, Ireland, 524.
Machinery and bicycles, market for, Nica-
ragua, 467.
Madagascar, pearl fisheries, 643.
Magdalena, region of, Colombia, 372.
Magdaleua River, Colombia, 373.
Maguey plant, Mexico, 396.
Malaga :

Exports to United States, 49.

Imports into, from United States, 51.

Trade with United States, 49.
Manchester Ship Canal :

American trade via, 563.

Traffic (1895), 566.
Manganese, Bahia, 385.
Manganese ore. Nova Scotia, 353.
Manuring, excessive, Spain, 591.
Margarin law, proposed, Germany, 98.
Market for machinery and bicycles, Nica-
ragua, 467.



Market for United Stales goods, Nicaragua,

423.
Martinique, metallic sand, 148.
Meat and other exports, Newcastle, N. S. W.,

307-
Meat, hor^e, canned, with American laliels,

' Europe, 588.
Meats, American, German criticism, 182.
Melbourne mint, receipts of gold, 309.
Merchant marine:

Great Britain and Germany, 174.

Japan, 17.
Mescal plant, Mexico, 396.
Messina, lemons and lemon orchards, 82.
Metal and 'mineral trade, Spain, 590.
Mexico:

Abolition of interstate tariffs, 396.

Archaeological explorations, 585.

Banking law, 395.

Beet sugar, 410.

Constitution of, amendment, 387.

Exemption from duties on corn, 360.

language as a factor of trade, 406.

Maguey plant, 396.

Mescal plant, 396.

Mormon colonists, 409.

National debt, conversion, 393.

Orange crop, 404.

Pearl fisheries, 643, 644.

Perfilado, or drawn needlework, 408.

President ad interim, 388.

Pulque manufacture, 396, 400.

Removal of interstate taxes, 354.

Sonora, oranges and lemons, 405.

Tehuantepec railway lease, 585.

Tequila manufacture, 396.
Mexico and Guatemala, Iwundary, 585.
Military service of foreigners in Chile,

477-
Milking machine, or lactator, Sweden, 496.
Mills, woolen, in India, 600.
Mineral and metal trade, Spain, 590.
Mineral products, Japan, 2.
Mineral wool, how made, 2io.
Miners, baihs for German, 20 1.
Miners, coal, and coal trade, Newcastle, N.

S. W., 305.
Miners', coal, strike of New South Wales,

549-
Mining returns, gold, British Guiana, 592.
Mint, Melbourne, receipts of gold, 309.
Missionaries in Slam, 23.
Mohair trade and angora goats, 141.



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788



INDEX.



Mooazite and Aucr-Welsbach patents, Ger-
many, 242.
Monazite, Bahia, 386.
Monopoly, salt, Spain, 55.
Mormon colonists, Mexico, 409.
Morocco, currency, 45.
Mozambique and South African trade, 137.

Nail, wire, industry, Germany, 210.
Naphtha joint-stock company, Austria-Hun-
gary, 257.
Naples and Palermo, new vessels between,

146.
Needlework, drawn, or i)erfilado, Mexico,

408.
Netherlands India, i>earl fisheries, 645.
Netherlands, removal of duty on ether of

sulphur, 355.
New Caledonia:

American trade, 592.

Pearl fisheries, 646.
Newcastle, N. S. W.:

As a manufacturing center, 307.

Coal mines and coal trade, 305.

Electric lighting, 304.

PVee-trade policy, 308.

Harbor, 303.

Income and land taxes, 308.

Industries and trade, 303.

Meat and other exports, 307.

Population, 305.

Wool trade, 307.
New South Wales:

I'iscal changes, 293.

Strike of coal miners, 549.

Wool (1895), 292.
Newspapers and l)anks, Siam, 25.
New Zealand and Samoa, 675.
Nicaragua:

Bluefields and its trade, 436.

Bluefields, banana trade, 436.

Bluefields, imports and exports, 434.

Conditions at San Juan del Norte, 413.

Corinto and San Juan del Sur, 439.

('orinto, exports, 441.

Corinto, imports, 440.

Cost of goods delivered, 451.

Lake Nicaragua, freight rates, 427.

Market for machinery and bicycles,
467.

Market for United Slates goods, 423.

Pearl fisheries, 647.

Port of 151uefields, 464.



Nicaragua — Continued.

Port of San Juan and the San Juan
River, 461.

Prices, 421.

Resources and industrial condiuons,4io.

San Juan del Norte, imports and ex-
ports, 443.

San Juan del Sur, 439.

San Juan del Sur, exports, 442.

San Juan River, freight rates, 427.

Steamboat service, 465.

United States interests, 469.

Wages, 411.

Windmills, 358.
Nicaragua, I^e, freight rates, 427.
Nova Scotia, manganese ore, 353.
Nova Scotia steel and the Canadian bounty.

Nuts and fruits, Spain, 53.

( )lives, exports of, to United States from Ma-
laga, 50.
Ontario, bean raising, 86.
Opium and ix)ppy, Persia, 83.
Orange crop, Mexico, 404.
(Granges and lemons, Sonora, 405.
Oranges, California, London, 160.
Ore:

American, iron, Germany, 203.

Iron, production of Germany, 203.

Manganese, Nova Scotia, 353.
Ores, gold, treatment of, Australia, 309.

Pacific coast of South America, maritime

trade, 116.
Pagopago, harbor, 746.
Palermo and Naples, new vessels between,

146.
Palermo, fruit shipments, 150.
Palm-leaf hats :

Exports to United States from Malaga,

50.
Manufacture, Malaga, 748.
Paper money and gold in Russia, 34.
Paper, wall, in Germany, 190.
Paraguay, Australian colony, 365.
Parthenon, inscription on the, 332.
Patents, Auer-Wekbach, and monazite in

Germany, 242.
Pearl banks of Ceylon, 630.
Pearl fisheries:
Arabia, 623.
Australia and Torres Straits, 624.



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789



Pearl Hsberies — ^Continued.

British Honduras, 628.

Chile, 631.

G>lombiay 632.

Denmark, 632.

Ecuador, 633.

India, 635,640..

Italy, 641.

Madagascar, 643.

Mexico, 643, 644.

Mozambique, 648.

Netherlands India, 645.

New Caledonia, 646.

Nicaragua, 647.

Persian Gulf, 653.

Philippine Islands, 647.

Portugal, 647.

Russia, 648.

Siam, 648.

Singapore, 649.

Spain, 651.

Turkey, 653.

Venezuela, 656.
Pearl fisheries and pearl supply, 622.
Pearl market :

Bagdad, 653, 654.

Dublin, 654.

Glasgow, 655.

Liverpool, 656.

London, 654.

Paris, 633.

Switzerland, 651.
Pencil, lead, manufacture, Germany, 191.
Perfilado, or drawn needlework, Mexico, 408.
Persia, poppy and opium, 83.
Persian Gulf, pearl fisheries, 653.
Peru :

Increase of trade with United States , 569.

Salt monopoly, 55.

Sugar industry, 56.
Peru and the Peruvian Corporation, 381.
Pharmaceutical exhibition, Prague, 349.
Philippine Islands, pearl fisheries, 647.
Pig-iron made free, Sweden, 356.
Plague, cattle, European Russia, 286.
Plants, fruits, and vegetables, Russian import

regulations, 133.
Plow, electric, Germany, 588.
Plum culture, Bosnia, 88,
Poppy and opium, Persia, 83.
Population:

Newcastle, N. S. W., 305.

Samoa, 319.



Porphyry, Bahia, 386.
Port:

Barranquilla, facilities, 379.

Bluefields, 464.

Charges, St. George's, Bermuda, 481.

San Juan and the San Juan River, 461.
Portugal :

Pearl fisheries, 647.

Proposed changes in tariff, 146.
Potatoes as food for cattle and sheep, Ger-
many, 90.
Prague, pharmaceutical exhibition, 349.
President ad interim, Mexico, 388.
Prices in Germany, 241.
Prices of agricultural procluce, Ireland, 523.
Pruning fruit trees, method of, Italy, 357.
Prussia, chambers of commerce, 175.
Pulp mill, American, Sault Ste. Marie, 773.
Pulque manufacture, Mexico, 396,400.
Purification of water by metallic iron, 571.

Railroad, Sierra Leone, 124,125.
Railroad station, new, Dresden, 96.
Railway :

Almeria, 53.

Concession to Americans in Korea, 358.

Electric street, Dresden, 97.

Enterprises, China, 153.

Germany, 233.

Great Siberian, progress, 269

Kiangsu, 154.

New, Siberia, 272.

New, Spain, 591.

Supplies for China, 541.

Tehuantepec, lease, 585.
Railway and steamship lines, new, Vene-
zuela, 484.
Railway trains, electric lighting. South Aus-
tralia, 312.
Raisins:

Exports to United States from Malaga,

50-

Wine manufactured from, Russia, 282.
Raw-silk production, Russia, 281.
Registration in the Hawaiian Islands, 336.
Religion of the Samoans,7i9.
Reptiles in Samoa, 713.
Rhine vintage (1895), 239.
Roentgen rays and infernal machines, 149.
Rubber, india, industry, 213.
Russia :

Beet sugar, 284.

Cattle plague, 286.



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INDEX.



Russia — Continued.

Cereal crops (1895), 272.

Currency reform, 33.

CuItXYation tf cottOD, 275.

Eflfects of commercial treaty wkh Ger-
many, 262.

Flax trade, 279.

Gold and paper money, 34.

Grain and flour trade, 274.

Grain crop, 498.

Hop crop (1895), 283.

Iron industry, 265.

Manufacture of wine from raisins, 282.

Pearl fisheries, 648.

Preparation of caviar, 278.

Production of raw silk, 281.

Production of salt, 95.

Prcgrfess of the Great Sil^erian Railway,
269.

Regulations as to imports of plants,
fruits, and vegetables, 133.

Siberia, new railway, 272.

Treaty with Japan, 264.

United States gold coin, 39.

Use of tectorium, 609.
Russian finance, English view, 38.
Russian view of seal hunting, 132.

St. Gall, exports, 521.

St. George's, Bermuda, iK)rt charges, 481.

Salt:

Monopoly, Spain, 55.

Production, Russia, 95.

Revenue, China, 155.
Samoa :

Agricultural conditions, 688.

American citizens and interests, 724.

American vs. Australian canned meats,

715-
Cacao, 701.

Cattle, sheep, and hogs, 714.
Climate and public health, 736.
Cocoanuts, 702.
Cofi^ee, 696.

Commerce (1S94), 724.
Copra values and freights, 711.
Cotton, 693.
Fillers, 700.
Fish and game, 713.
Fruits, 6S9.

Garden vegetables, 690.
(Jerman interests, 669.
German plantations, 710.



Samoa — Cont i nued .

Government, commerce, products, and
people, 656.

Indian com, 691.

Industrial conditions, 676.

Insects, 713.

Labor, 684.

Land titles, 717.

Municipality of Apia, 721.

Pagopago harbor, 746.

Physical features, 677.

Physical qualities of the inhabitants, 687.

Prisons, 723.

Religion, 719.

Reptiles, 713.

Salaries, 732.

Small grain, 692.

Sugar and rice, 692.

Taxation and revenue, 729.

Tea, 701.

Tobacco, 692.

Woods, 698.
Samoa and New Zealand, 675.
Samoa and the Berlin treaty, 656.
Samples exhibition, Stuttgart, 515.
Sand, metallic, Martinique, 148.
San Juan del Norte :

Conditions, 413.

Imports and exports, 443.

Port, and the San Juan River, 461.
San Juan del Sur:

Exports, 442.

Imports, 439.
San Juan River and I^ke Nicaragua, freight

rates, 427.
Santiago de Cuba, flour trade, 479.
Sault Ste. Marie and the " Sou '' canals, 100.
Savings banks of Saxony, 238.
Saxony :

Enlargement of commercial schools, 170.

Forests, 238.

Guide to industries, 220.

Interest in United States Consular Re>
ports, 359.

Savings banks, 238.
Schools :

Commercial, enlargement of. Saxony.
170.

German technical, foreigners in, 588.

Industrial, Germany, imperial aid, 216.
Scythe industry, Austria- Hungary, 258.
Seal hunting, Russian view, 132.
Serum, antidiphtheritic, as a preventive, 351.



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791



Serum, antidiphtheritic, dangerous, 151.
Servia :

Decline of wine industry, 262.

Wheat crop (1895), 262.
Shanghai, growth of, 139.
Shoes, American, for Germany, 508.
Suim:

Bangkok, how to reach, 25.

Banks and newspapers, 25.

Duties and customs, 25.

Exports, 26.

Extraterritoriality, 24.

Foreign trade, 21.

Imports, 27.

Irrigation, 30.

Missionaries, 23.

Pearl fisheries, 648.
Siberia, new railway, 272.
Siberian Railway, prc^ess, 269.
Sicily:

Exports of sulphur, 357.

Falling off in fruit exports, 357.

Fruit trade with United States, 81.
Sierra Leone, railroad, boundary commission,

trade, etc., 124.
Silk:

Goods, export, Basle, 516.

Market, new, Japan, 772.

Raw, production, Russia, 281.

Spun waste, export, Basle, 518.
Silk, artificial :

England, 500.

France, 499.
Silver in Bahia, 385.
Singapore, pearl fisheries, 649.
Skins and hides, export, Basle, 518.
Sonora, oranges and lemons, 405.
"Soo" canals and Sault Sle. Marie, 100.
South America:

American vs. European interests, 91.

Maritime trade of Pacific coast, 116.

United States trade interests, 471.
South Wales, tiu-plate industry, 67, 72.
Spain :

Almeria, imports, 53.

Almeria, railways, 53.

Bicycles, 334.

Commerce (1895), 47.

Crop prospects, 549.

Damage to crops, 343.

Demand for wheat, 344.

Excessive manuring, 591.

Exports to United States, Malaga, 49.



Spain — Continued.

Fruits and nuts, 53.

Imports into Malaga from United States,

51.
Malaga's trade with United States, 49.
Mineral and metal trade, 590.
New railways, 591.
Palm-leaf hat manufacture in Malaga,

748.
Pearl fisheries, 650.
Trade of Almeria, 52.
Spinning, cotton, industry of Japan, 537.
Stave exports, Austria- Hungary, 251.
Steamboat service, Nicaragua, 465.
Steam routes and distances from Samoa, 715.
Steamship and railway lines, new, Venezuela,

484.
Steel and iron manufacture, German vs. Brit-
ish, 205.
Steel, Nova Scotia, and the Canadian bounty.

Stock and grain speculation, Germany, 750.
Street railway, electric, Dresden, 97.
Strike :

Cloak and clothing, Germany, 112.

Coal miners'. New South Wales, 549.
Stuttgart, samples exhibition, 515.
Suez Canal traffic, 543.
Sugar :

Egyptian, for United States, 359.

Export l)ounties, new, Germany, 510.

Exports from Cuba, 149.

Industry, depression of, Guadeloupe,

371-

Industry, Formosa, 530.

Industry, Peru, 56.

Production, Argentine Republic, 369.

Production, British colonies, 478.

Trade, Austria-Hungary, 252.
Sugar, beet :

Mexico, 410.

Production, Germany, 192.

Returns, Germany, 195.

Russia, 284.
Sugar bounties, international conference, 198.
Sugar, cane, vs. beet, Austria- Hungary, 257.
Sulphur, ether of, removal of duty, Nether-
lands, 355.
Sulphur, exports of, from Sicily, 357.
Sulphur trust :

Italy, 489.

Sicilian, anticipated results, 773.
Sumatra tobacco for United Stales, 345.



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INDEX.



Sweden :

New butter- making machine, 492.

Milking machine, or lactator, 496.

Pearl fisheries, 651.

Pig iron made free, 356.
Switzerland :

Basle, export of absinthe, 518.

Basle, export of colors and chemicals,

5'7.
Basle, export of hides and skins, 518.
Basle, export of silk goods, 516.
Basle, export of spun waste silk, 518.
Berne, exports, 520.
Bicycle, new Swiss, 332.
Dried fruits, 753.
Geneva, exports, 518.
Ilorgen, exports, 519.
Model village at the Geneva Exposition,

136.

Pearl supply, 651.
Revised telephone tariff, 589.
St. Gall, exports, 521.
United States trade, 516.
Use of tectorium, 610.
Zurich, exports, 521.

Tariff:

Bermuda, 762.

British Central Africa, 527.

Changes, Antigua, 117.

Changes, Italy, 77 1.

New, tobacco, Belgium, 356.

Portuguese, pro|X)sed changes, 146.

Transportation, for American goods from
(jeneva to Zurich, 77, 79.
Tariffs, abolition of interstate, Mexico, 396.
Taxes:



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