Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, 73. köide,276–279. number

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903
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Contents

MANUFACTURE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN GERMANY Ilarris
26
PORTLAND CEMENT IN GERMANY Mason
27
FRENCHAMERICAN TRADE REQUIREMENTS Jackson
29
How to INCREASE OUR EXPORTS TO INDIA Patterson
33
AMERICAN INTERESTS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN SIBERIA Greener
35
SUPERIORITY OF AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVES Worman
36
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILES IN MALAGA Birch
37
AMERICAN Goods AT THE OSAKA Exhibition Lyon
38
AMERICAN COMPETITION IN SOUTH AFRICA Guenther
39
COTTONGoods TRADE OF MANCHURIA Miller
40
FRENCH COTTON CRISIS Haynes 12
42
BRITISH AND GERMAN COTTON SUPPLY Halstead
46
BRITISH COTTON SUPPLY Hughes
48
TEXTURAL PLANTS AND MACHINERY IN PARAGUAY Ruffin
49
PRINT GOODS IN SOUTH AFRICA Hughes
51
MINING IN ONTARIO Burke
52
COAL IN GERMANY Hughes
53
GERMAN COAL IN FRANCE Ridgely
55
XXXMINING IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Smith
56
NEW CONTROLLER OF BOILER WATER Listoe
59
New INVENTIONS Hughes
63
New ILLUMINATING MATERIAL DISCOVERED Worman
65
AUTOMATIC COUPLERS Ilughes
66
GERMAN METHOD OF DRYING WOOD Hughes
67
ALCOHOL FROM ACETYLENE Covert
69
FERROSILICON IN FRANCE Skinner
70
GALOLITH or MILKSTONE MANUFACTURES lughes
73
COMPAGNIE GÉNÉRALE TRANSATLANTIQUE Thackara
75
NEW EUROPEANMEXICAN STEAMSHIP LINES Canada
76
FREIGHT TONNAGE ON THE Soo Burke
78
THE SUEZ CANAL IN 1902 Guenther
83
RIVER AND CANAL IMPROVEMENTS IN ITALY Hossfeld
85
NEW ELECTRIC TURNTABLE IN GERMANY 11 ris
86
MATERIAL FOR EGYPTIAN RAILROADS Guenther
90
TRANSSIBERIAN RAILWAY SCHEDULES Smith
91
ORDER IN RAILWAY STATIONS Brittain
92
MOCHA COFFEE Masterson
97
CUBAN TARIFF ON COFFEE Squiers
99
PETIT GRAIN OR ESSENCE OF ORANGE LEAVES Ruffin
103
AUSTRALIAN TREES Baker
104
MEXICAN LINALOE Hcaden
106
ANNUAL SALES OF WINES IN GERMANY Schumann
107
DRIED SUGAR BEETS AS FOOD FOR FARM ANIMALS Murphy
108
RUSSIAS NEW SUGAR LAW Holloway
109
INDIA RUBBER IN AUSTRALASIA Baker III
111
NEW RUBBER PLANT Guenther II2 LXV PORTLAND CEMENT FROM SLAG Hughes
112
TOBACCO IN BELGIUM Mowrer
113
ARTESIAN WELLS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Baker
114
JAPAN AND THE YANGTZE TRADE Lyon
115
DELAY IN SHIPPING GOODS TO MALTA Grout
119
PETROLEUM INDUSTRY OF ROUMANIA Hossfeld I 20
120
INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS IN PERU Cree
121
CHANGES IN VENEZUELAN IMPORT DUTIES Goldschmidt
123
TARIFF CHANGES IN NORWAY Bordewich
124
ENTERPRISES IN ONTARIO Harvey
131
THE OSAKA EXHIBITION Lyon
132
Page
196
269
196
273
196
274
196
276
196
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
196
277
196
FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
196
280
196
GERMAN Fruit IMPORTS FROM THE UNITED STATES Mason
197
281
199
AMERICAN INVESTMENTS AND TRADE IN FRANCE King
215
EXPORTING GOODS TO GERMANY
222
New GALVANIC BATTERIES IN GERMANY
241
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL TRADE OF THE UNITED
247
RUSSIAN EXPORTATION EFFORTS Hanauer XXXV Products AND Exports of JAVA
259
Schumann
261
FOREIGN TRADE OF SIAM Hanauer XXXVII COMMERCE OF GERMANY IN 1903
262
Guenther
263
COTTONMANUFACTURING INDUSTRY OF AUSTRIA
264
Watts
265
CoAL INDUSTRY IN BOHEMIA
266
GERMAN TOY INDUSTRY
267
Monaghan
268
MANUFACTURE OF PORCELAIN IN GERMANY Harris
269
WINDOWGLASS MANUFACTURE IN GERMANY Hughes XLIII BOHEMIAN LACE INDUSTRY
270
LACE TRADE OF NOTTINGHAM
271
FRENCH AND BELGIAN AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY Ridgely
272
FAILURE OF THE Cocoon CROP OF PIEDMONT
273
SILK CULTURE IN MANCHURIA
274
COTTON CULTURE IN THE GERMAN COLONIES Schumann
275
ENCOURAGING COTTON PLANTING IN British WEST INDIES Estes L FRENCH COLONIAL COTTON PRODUCTION
276
JUTE CROP OF INDIA FOR 1903
277
CANADIAN BOUNTIES
278
CANADIAN CUSTOMS AMENDMENT
280
New COLOMBIAN TARIFF
281
INSECURITY OF THE HARBOR OF VALPARAISO Mansfield
282
PROPOSED CUSTOMHOUSE AT DALNY Langhorne
284
EXPORT TAX ON TIN IN THE MALAY STATES Ililliams
285
PROGRESS OF COMMERCIAL EDUCATION IN SAXONY Harris
286
GERMAN EXPERTS TO STUDY FOREIGN LABOR CONDITIONS Hanauer LX TRAINING ENGINEERS Halstead
287
MEATINSPECTION LAW OF PRUSSIA
288
Guenther LXII GERMAN MEAT INSPECTION
289
Kehl
290
DECLINING MEAT IMPORTS IN GERMANY Mason
291
GERMAN DEMAND FOR MODIFICATION OF MEAT INSPECTION Kehl LXV MEAT IMPORTS AND CONSUMPTION IN GERMANY Hanauer
293
SANITATION OF CONGESTED AREAS Halstead
294
PURIFYING WATER BY OZONE Hughes
295
DistrIBUTION OF SEWAGE ON BACTERIA BEDS Halstead
296
GERMAN FINANCIAL STATISTICS Hanauer LXX BRITISH INVESTMENTS ABROAD
297
Hop INDUSTRY OF AUSTRIAHUNGARY Iatts
300
BREWING INDUSTRY OF AUSTRIA
301
GERMAN PATENT
303
Mason
304
MACHINERY INSURANCE IN GERMANY Hughes
306
First STANDARDGAUGE ELECTRIC RAILWAY IN PRUSSIA Mason
307
STREET RAILWAYS OF LEIPZIG Warner
308
BRITISH VS GERMAN SHIPPING IN THE ORIENT Williams
324
NEW MEXICAN STEAMSHIP LINES Canada
326
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH SOUTHEAST AFRICA Hollis
327
GERMAN OCEAN STEAMERS Guenther
329
Postal TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE STATISTICS Hanauer
330
FRENCH CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
331
MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS IN GER Harris MAN CITIES
333
FRENCH BUILDINGTRADES EXHIBITION Gowdy
334
FOREIGN DEPARTMENT STORES IN GERMANY Hanauer
335
ANTWERP IVORY MARKET Haine
336
CONDITION AND TRADE IN ERZERUM Ojalvo
337
Worlds IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTION Bateman
338
OCCUPATION OF POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD Guenther
347
White POPULATION OF THE British COLONIES Halstead
348
PARAGUAYANEUROPEAN Through Bills of LADING Ruffin
349
THE ZEBRULA VS THE MULE Guenther
350
cul HAITIEN EXPORTS OF COFFEE PICKINGS Battiste
351
POULTRY TRADE OF HUNGARY Chester
352
RUSSIAN ENTERPRISE IN THE ORIENT Miller
353
282
357
Cost of German Public Elementary Schools Regulating
371
Unfair Competition in GermanyPrices of German Yarns
384
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Beet and Cane Sugar
385
CONTENTS Page
409
List OF PUBLICATIONS VIII
409
VALUES OF FOREIGN COINS AND CURRENCIES X
409
FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES XV
409
CUBA Steinhart
411
284
435
AMERICAN HOSIERY FOR THE ORIENT Monaghan
438
Room FOR AMERICAN MANUFACTURES IN GERMANY lughes
441
AMERICAN AND OTHER INTERESTS IN MEXICO
442
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN PARAGIAY Ruffin
445
AMERICAN CATTLE IN SOUTH AFRICA Hollis
447
AMERICAN GRAIN SHIPPERS AT FAULT Hanauer
448
MR MOSELEYS INDUSTRIAL INQUIRY
451
OPPORTUNITIES FOR AMERICAN CONTRACTORS IN ITALY
457
EXTENSION OF BRITISH COLONIAL PREFERENTIAL TARIFFS
458
INDUSTRIAL EDICATION IN EUROPE Ilarris
472
INFLUENCE OF TECHNICAL EDICATION Hanauer 179
480
IMPORTANT STEP IN ELECTRIC TRACTION Mason
481
AND AUSTRIA
485
ELECTRIC CAR LINES IN GERMANY
490
CONGRESS OF GERMAN ELECTRICIANS
491
CALCAREOUS BRICK AND STONE MANUFACTURE IN GERMANY Vlason
492
CONDITION OF CROPS IN GERMANY Warner
504
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL DEPRESSION IN GERMANY Hughes
506
LIDWIGSHAFEN INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION Ilarris
508
107
510
GERMANASIATIC TRADE Hughes
511
FOREIGN DOLL TRADE OF THRINGIA
512
REMSCHEILI TOOLMACHINERY SMALLIRON INDUSTRY AND Langer
513
BREWING INDISTRY OF KULMBACH Harris
514
RECOVERY OF GOLD IN COMBINATION WITH TELLURIUM AND SELENIUM Mason
516
MINERAL OUTPUT OF RUSSIA Ilollouay
517
108
521
285
559
109
572
12
581
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Spanish TradeOppor
584
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593
Page
593
144
593
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL CONDITIONS IN GUATEMALA Winslow
641
FOREIGN TRADE OF HONDURAS
642
IMMIGRATION AND FOREIGN TRADE IN HONDURAS Moe
644
ACQUIRING PUBLIC LAND IN HONDURAS
645
TRADE OF THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
648
TELEGRAPH SYSTEM IN THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
649
CARRYING TRADE IN BRAZILIAN COMMERCE Kenneday
650
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES OF British GUIANA FOR 1903
651
PRODUCTION OF COTTON IN PERU Dudley
654
URUGUAYAN COMMERCE AND PUBLIC WORKS Swalm
655
FAILURE OF THE SAAZ Hop CROP Twells
656
Coal PRODUCTION OF BELGIUM McNally
657
FRENCH TARIFF CHANGES Haynes
659
SUGAR IN FRANCE Haynes
661
FLOWER CULTURE FOR DISTILLING IN SOUTHERN FRANCE Piatti
662
MANUFACTURE OF PERFUMES IN GRASSE Guenther
666
GERMAN TRADE Notes Warner
667
GERMAN HOME AND FOREIGN TRADE NOTES
668
TO MAKE BERLIN A SEAPORT Hughes
671
GERMANYS TRADE IN DYES AND CHEMICALS
672
GERMAN AND FOREIGN FLAGS AT HAMBURG Guenther
673
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES OF GERMANY Hanauer
674
MEAT AND MEAT PRICES IN GERMANY Albert
675
WESTPHALIAN COAL SYNDICATE Hughes
676
SCIENTIFIC POTATO CULTIVATION IN GERMANY Mason
677
POTATOES IN GERMANY Warner
684
286
686
DESTRUCTION OF CORK FORESTS OF ITALY Guenther
693
IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY OF RUSSIA
694
287
697
AFFAIRS AT VLADIVOSTOCK
698
COASTING TRADE OF SIBERIA
699
VOSTOCK
700
COMMERCIAL REPRESENTATIVES FOR THE ORIENT Monaghan
701
New ZINC WORKS IN SWEDEN Bergh
703
ELECTRICITY INSTEAD OF COAL for Swiss RAILWAYS Hughes
704
ENGLISH FRENCH AND GERMAN TRADE IN 1903
705
288
706
British ENGINEERING STANDARDS
707
DISEASES OF STEEL AND THEIR TREATMENT Halstead
709
LXXIVBRITISH MOTOR CAR ACT
710
PRODUCTION OF GOLD AND Silver IN MEXICO
721
PackingHouse and Refrigerating Plants in MexicoIssue
743
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Gold Production in South
769
289
784
293
785
297
788
300
790
301
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