Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Том 58,Издања 216-219

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OPENING OF PORTS IN KOREA Allen
31
Cotton PieceGoods TRADE AT CALCUTTA Patterson
32
THE EUROPEAN SUGAR QUESTION Morris
33
THE ENGLISH CHEMICAL TRADE Boyle
35
SIPHON BOTTLES IN FRANCE Gowdy
39
SIPHON BOTTLES IN ENGLAND Osborne
40
COTTON TRADE OF THE WORLD Morris
41
Monaghan
42
COTTON INDUSTRY OF FRANCE Morris
43
THE DIESEL CALORIC MOTOR AT THE MUNICH Expo1
44
A NEW INCANDESCENT FILAMENT FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTS Mason
45
THE PRESENT AND PROSPECTIVE SUPPLY OF CALCIUM CARBIDE
47
PAPYRISTITE Lieberknecht
49
VALUE OF THE GERMAN WORKINGMENS INSURANCE SYSTEM Monaghan
51
GERMANYS STRAW INDUSTRY
53
GERMAN OPPOSITION TO UNITED STATES PORK Warner
54
AMERICAN AND GERMAN MACHINERY Stern
55
THE GERMAN FARMER Kehl
57
RECLAIMING STERILE LAND IN GERMANY Hoffman 38
58
COMMERCE OF BELGIUM 1897 Gilbert
59
CONGRESS ON TARIFFS AND LABOR IN ANTWERP Lincoln
60
ANGLOAMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN BELGIUM Roosevelt
61
EXPORTATION OF FIREARMS FROM BELGIUM Morris
63
STRAW AND Flax Goods in Belgium Gilbert
64
THE FOREIGN TRADE OF AUSTRIAHUNGARY Hossfeld
65
POTATO FLOUR IN AUSTRIA Mahin
68
DUTIES ON Sodium ACETATE AND CALCIUM ACETATE IN THE NETHERLANDS Newel
69
INCREASE OF POPULATION IN RUSSIA Morris
70
The RUSSIAN FAMINE Holloway
72
PROPOSITION TO PROHIBIT EXPORT OF GRAIN FROM RUSSIA Smith
73
REDUCTION OF DUTY ON AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY IN RUSSIA Holloway
74
CASTIRON INDUSTRY OF RUSSIA IN 1897
76
IMPORTS INTO South AFRICA
77
COMMERCE OF CAPE COLONY
84
COMMERCE OF NATAL
88
IMPORTS OF NATAL
89
AMERICAN VINES IN SOUTH AFRICA
90
TRADE OPENINGS IN SOUTH AFRICA
93
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA
100
TRADE CONDITIONS IN Malta
108
Grout
113
RAILWAY SUBSIDIES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Smith
114
CANADIAN IMPORTS FROM THE UNITED STATES Brush
117
INCREASE IN CANADAs Trade Ledoux
118
WARNING TO ALASKA PROSPECTORS Dudley
119
INCREASE OF GERMAN CONSULAR SERVICE IN BRAZIL White I 20
120
CONSTRUCTION OF PROJECTED RAILWAY IN HAITI Livingston
121
GERMAN COMMERCE IN HANKAU Monaghan I 22
122
MATCH INDUSTRY IN JAVA Everett
123
THE PORT OF HIOGO Lyon
125
CANAL AND RAILWAY CONTRACT IN MADAGASCAR Gibbs
128
THE FRENCH BUREAU OF FOREIGN COMMERCE Covert
130
THE CONSULAR SERVICE AS AN Aid To FOREIGN TRADE Mon aghan
134
GLASS INDUSTRY IN GERMANY Brodowski
135
SHIPPING OF GERMANY Monaghan
137
GERMAN TRADE WITH SOUTH AMERICA
138
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IN GUADELOUPE Aymé
139
ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS IN VENEZUELA Loomis
140
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS British vs Russian Trade
158
XXXV MODIFICATIONS OF CANADIAN TARIFF XXXVI CANADIAN CUSTOMS REGULATIONS FOR SPORTING OUT Turner FITS 2018 24...
161
TRADE CONDITIONS OF EGYPT
161
THE CARACAS WAREHOUSE
176
UNITED STATES SHOES IN ENGLAND
194
265
207
270
214
271
223
WAGES IN BRESLAU
224
277
226
281
228
HARBOR AND RAILWAY IMPROVEMENTS IN ONTARIO
249
BICYCLES IN ONTARIO
251
MARKET FOR CATTLE AND HORSES IN CANADA Dudley
252
Allen
269
INDUSTRIES IN THE NEW HEBRIDES Woll
270
AMERICAN FURNITURE IN ENGLAND
271
Boyle
274
AMERICAN SALESMEN IN EUROPE Ilalstead
275
INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES IN SPAIN
277
Mertens
278
Calcium CARBIDE AND ACETYLENE IN FRANCE Thackara
279
A NEW GERMAN COMMERCIAL BUREAU
280
RAILWAYS IN COLOMBIA Madrigal
281
BICYCLE INDUSTRY IN GERMANY
283
BICYCLES IN ADEN Cunningham
284
AMERICAN COMPETITION IN ENGLAND Halstead
285
BICYCLES IN MEXICO Pollard
286
GERMAN VIEW OF THE RESULTS OF THE WAR Mason
287
THE SHANSI CONCESSION
289
COMMERCIAL CONDITIONS OF ZANZIBAR AND EAST AFRICA Bill heimer
292
Laws GOVERNING THE MANUFACTURE OF GLUCOSE Roosevelt
294
LEATHER IN CAPE COLONY
297
troleum for SpainSubsidies of the French Line of Steamers
299
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Commercial and Indus
313
418
321
Stowe
379
FAILURE OF HARVEST IN Russia
388
PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS IN CHINA
396
EMIGRATION FROM AMSTERDAM DURING 1897 Corey
440
STEAM TURBINE IN ENGLAND
450
Notes American Wire Nails in EuropeAmerican Roofing
472
CONTENTS Page
481
ICAN 508
481
THE BUTTON INDUSTRY IN EUROPE
481
Vienna 481Reichenberg 483Paris 484Berlin 485
485
Barmen 486Freiburg 486Gera 488Birmingham 491
491
HINDRANCES TO AMER XPORTS Halstead
508
SUGGESTIONS FOR UNITED STATES EXPORT TRADE Piatti
513
COUNTRYDAMAGED COTTON IN ENGLAND
516
UNITED STATES PRODUCTS IN BRAZIL Seeger
520
BICYCLES IN JAVA
521
OPPORTUNITIES FOR AMERICAN TRADE IN GERMANY Monaghan IX High Prices AND INCREASED MEAT IMPORTS IN GERMANY D B ...
524
Mason
527
AMERICAN APPLES AND THE GERMAN FRUIT MARKET F H Mason XI FRUIT MARKET IN MANITOBA Graham
533
PULP AND PAPER MILL IN ONTARIO
534
MINES IN ONTARIO
535
CONDITIONS IN Dawson City McCook
536
NUTS As Food IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
537
France 537Italy 539Korea 546Syria 547
547
DECORTICATION OF PEPPER
548
England 548Netherlands 549Dutch India 549Straits Settlements 550
550
GERMAN ACQUISITIONS IN SHANTUNG Fowler
556
New CHINESE MINTS
558
TRADE OF THE PHILIPPINES IN 1897
559
Morris
560
SHIPBUILDING AT NAGASAKI
561
WHEAT FLOUR IN JAPAN Gowey
562
JAPANESE HAT TRADE XXIV REVISED REGULATIONS FOR INLAND NAVIGATION IN CHINA Conger
563
CHINESE CONTROL OF RAILWAYS AND MINES
564
LENGTH OF RAILWAYS IN JAPAN Gowey
565
RAILWAY CONTRACT IN MADAGASCAR Gibbs
566
STEAMSHIP COMMUNICATION with RIO DE JANEIRO Seeger
570
556
612
Foreign Reports AND PUBLICATIONS American Products
633
558
648
Suez CANAL TRAFFIC Ilatts
650
Notes Commerce of France in 1898The Staffordshire Pot teriesElectric Street Railways in Europe The Worlds Wine ProductionAgricultural Conditio...
652
254
653
285
654
287
657
564
658
289
660
294
661
297
662
298
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