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CLASS 658.--Starch and similar products.
TEXTILE SUBSTANCES OF VEGETABLE OR
ANIMAL ORIGIN. Class 665.-Cotton on the stem, in the boll, ginned,
and baled. Class 666.-Hemp, flax, jute, ramie, etc., in primitive
forms and in all stages of preparation for spin
ning. Class 667.--Wool in the fleece, carded and in bales. CLASS 668.-Silk in the cocoon and reeled. CLASS 669.—Hair, bristles. MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, AND PROCESSES
OF MANUFACTURE. Class 670.-Tillage. -- Manual implements, spades,
hoes, rakes. Animal-power machinery, ploughs, cultivators, horse hoes, clodcrushers, rollers, harrows. Steam-power machinery, ploughs,
breakers, harrows, cultivators. Class 671.- Planting.-Manual implements, corn
planters and hand drills. Animal-power machinery, grain and manure drills, corn and cotton planters. Steam-power machinery, grain and
manure drills. CLASS 672.—Harvesting.–Manual implements ; grain
cradles, sickles, reaping hooks. Animal-power machinery, reapers and headers.
Mowers, tedders, rakes, hay elevators, and hay loaders.
Class 673.-Preparatory to marketing.-Thrashers,
clover hullers, corn shellers, winnowers, hay,
cotton, wine, oil and sugar making apparatus. CLASS 674.-Applicable to farm economy.-Portable
and stationary engines, chaffers, hay and feed cutters, slicers, pulpers, corn mills, farm boilers
and steamers, incubators. Class 675.-Dairy fittings and appliances.-Churns
for hand and power, butter-workers, cans and pails, cheese-presses, vats, and apparatus. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING AND
ADMINISTRATION. Class 680.–Laying out and improving farms.--Clear
ing (stump extractors), construction of roads, draining, irrigating, models of fences, gates, drains, out-falls, dams, embankments, irrigating
machinery, stack building and thatching. Class 681.-Commercial fertilizers-phosphatic, am
moniacal, calcareous, etc. CLASS 682.—Transportation.—Wagons, carts, sleds,
harness, yokes, traction engines, and apparatus
for road making and excavating. CLASS 683.-Farm buildings.-Models and drawings
of farm houses and tenements, barns, stables, hop-houses, fruit-driers, ice-houses, wind-mills, granaries, barracks, apiaries, cocooneries, aviaries, abattoirs, and dairies.
TILLAGE AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT.
Class 690.-Systems of planting and cultivation. Class 691.-Systems of draining and application of
CLASS 692.-Systems of breeding and stock-feeding.
ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, AND
FLOWERS. Class 700.–Ornamental trees and shrubs, ever
greens. CLASS 701.-Herbaceous perennial plants. Class 702.—Bulbous and tuberous-rooted plants. Class 703.—Decorative and ornamental foliage plants. CLASS 704.-Annuals and other soft-wooded plants,
to be exhibited in successive periods during the
air, and in ferneries, wardian cases, etc. Class 708.—New plants, with statement of their
origin. CLASS 709.-Floral designs, etc. Cut flowers, bou
quets, preserved flowers, leaves, sea-weeds. Illustrations of plants and flowers. Materials for floral designs. Bouquet materials, bouquet holders, bouquet papers, models of fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
HOT-HOUSES, CONSERVATORIES, Class 721.-Receptacles for plants. — Flower po GRAPERIES, AND THEIR MANAGEMENT. plant boxes, tubs, fern cases, jardinieres, e
Window gardening. Plant and flower stan Class 710.—Hot-house and conservatory plants.
ornate designs, in iron, wood, and wire. Class 711.–Fruit trees under glass.
Class 722.–Ornamental wire-work, viz., fences, gat Class 712.–Orchids and parasitic plants.
trellis bordering of flower beds, porches. P: Class 713.-Forcing and propagation of plants.
seats, chairs, garden statuary, vases, fountai Class 714.-Aquatic plants under glass, or in aquaria, etc. Designations, labels, numbers.
etc. Class 715.-Horticultural buildings, propagating
GARDEN DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTION, houses, hot-beds, etc., and modes of heating
AND MANAGEMENT. them. Structures for propagating and forcing Class 730.—Laying out gardens,- designs for t small fruits.
laying out of gardens, and the improveme Class 716.–Portable or movable orchard houses and of private residences. Designs for commerc graperies, without artificial heat. Frames, beds. gardens, nurseries, graperies. Designs for t
parterre. GARDEN TOOLS, ACCESSORIES OF
Class 731.—Treatnient of water for ornamental pi GARDENING.
poses, cascades, fountains, reservoirs, lakes.
Class 732.--Formation and after-treatment of lawn Class 720.--Tools and implements. Machines for CLASS 733.-Garden construction, buildings, e
the transplanting of trees, shrubs, etc. Portable Rockwork, grottoes. Rustic constructions al forcing pumps, for watering plants in green- adornments for private gardens and pub houses and methods of watering the garden and grounds. lawn.
Class 734.—Planting, fertilizing, and cultivating.
17, Neptune Street
Liverpool. Victoria Park
Sheffield. 25, Falmouth Road, Great London.
Dover Street. Arundel Club, Salisbury St., London.
Strand. 5, New Street, Bishopsgate London.
Sheffield. Cleator Mills, Cleator
Carnforth. 118, Green Street
ADDIS, J. B., AND SONS
(LIMITED). AIRE AND CALDER GLASS
BOTTLE COMPANY, E. BREF
Nunnery Colliery Offices Sheffield.
Scotland. 118, Wardour Street
London. Gartsherrie Ironworks
Coatbridge, N.B. 98, Lichfield Street
Birmingham. 96, Pembroke Street, Bingfield London.
Street, Caledonian Road. Wilden Works.
near Stourport. 12, Duke Street, Grosvenor London.
502 213 453 502 284 280
300 213 430 251 540 430 430 324 430 515 652
660 102 327 288 660 204 660 235 306 202 235 202
BARLOW AND JONES (LIMITED)
Mrs. HICKISSON. BOOSEY AND Co. BOOL, A. AND J. BOOTH, H., AND Co. BOULINIKON FLOOR CLOTH MANUFACTURING COMPANY
(LIMITED). BOWES, JOHN L., AND BROTHER BOWMÁN, CHARLES BOYLE AND SON, R. M. BRADBURY, AGNEW & Co. BRADFORD, W. H. BRECHIN, J. B. BRIERLEY, SONS,
REY. NOLDS. BRIGG, J. F., AND Co. BRINSMEAD, J., AND SONS BRITISH AND FOREIGN BLIND
ASSOCIATION. BROOKES AND CROOKES BROOKE, E., AND SONS BROOK, Jonas, AND BROTHERS BROOKS, H., AND Co. BROOKS AND COOPER BROWN - WESTHEAD, T. C.,
MOORE, AND Co. BROWN, J. S., AND SONS BROWN, J. B., AND Co. BROWN, JOHN, AND Co. (LIMITED) BROWNE, H. J.
Edinburgh. Dale Hall Works
Burslem. 6, St. Ann's Square
Manchester. St. James' Green, Thirsk Yorkshire. 30, Summers Hill
Dublin. 283, Regent Street
London. 2 Nuns’ Island, Galway
Ireland. 31, Cornhill
London. 326, Camden Road
London. Abbey Road Boiler Works Barrow-in-Furness. 70, Turnmill Street, Farringdon London.
Ireland. 198, Euston Road
London. 140, Pentonville Road
London. 23, Mary Street
Cornwall. The Brewery
Burton-on-Trent. Wellington and Burley Mills Leeds.
Northampton. 18, Bread Street Hill
London. Chipping Norton
Oxfordshire. 15, Southgate Road
London. 295, Regent Street
London. 86, Warwick Street, Pimlico London. Edward Street
Preston. Worsley Street, Salford
327 430 521 234
667 202 562 306 594 506 574
238 327 303
11, Dale Street
Liverpool. 6, King Street, Tower Hill London. 100, Mitchell Street
Glasgow. Bouverie Street
London. Great Saughall
near Chester. 45, Commercial Street
Dundee. 81A, Edgware Road, Hyde London. Park.
Huddersfield. 18, Wigmore Street
London. 33, Cambridge Square, Hyde London.
Huddersfield. Meltham Mills
Huddersfield. 31, Cumberland Market
Regent's Park. Mousehole Forge
Sheffield. Cauldon Place
teries. Bedford Street
Belfast. 90, Cannon Street
London. Atlas Works
Sheffield. 237 and 239, Euston Road - London.
282 206 230 281 514 213
233 228 111 327
CLAYTON, MARSDENS, HOLDEN,
AND Co. (LIMITED).
near Liverpool. 5, Dungeon Street
207 656 222 521 342 660
near Leeds. Ferguslie Thread Works Paisley. Athlone
Ireland. 50, Grove Lane, Camberwell London.