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Cl. 660.

C1. 666.

Cl. 667.

Grosso, Frederick, Toorongo Vineyard, Bendigo. Verdeilho, 1873.

Greiffenhagen, Wm., Strathfieldsaye. Riesling, 1871. Hermitage, 1872.

Brown, H. J., Australian Distillery, Mel. bourne. Geneva. Spirits of Wine.

Fuller, Alfred, Kew. Bottled Ale and Stout.

Repelly, James, 140, Latrobe Street West, Melbourne. XXXX Ale.

M'Pherson, Thomas, & Co., 205, Bourke Street West, Melbourne. Jute, in raw state.

ArmstrongAlexander, Warramtine, Shelford. Merino Fleeces.

Arnold, George, & Co., Market Buildings, Melbourne. Merino Fleeces.

Commissioners for Victoria for the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne. Wool.

Currie, John Lang, Larra, Derimallum, Victoria. Lambs' and Merino Ewe Wool.

Degraves, C. & J., Coliban Park, Elphinstone. Washed Fleece Wool, Lambs'.

Elder, W. O N. G., Elder, Rookwood. Merino Wool.

Gilbert, Alfred Napoleon, Wurwilla Station, Wanganilla, Deniliquin. Merino Wool.

Goldsbrough, R.,' & Co., Wool Warehouse, Bourke Street West. Wool.

Greeves, Edward G., Berriallock, Skipton, Victoria. Merino Wool.

Hastings Canningham de Co., The Australasian Wool Stores, Collins Street West. Fleeces of Merino Wool from sundry breeders.

Cl. 661.

Henty, Edward, Portland. Wool.

Keynes, Joseph, Keyneton, South Australia. Wool.

Latham, Edward, Carlton Brewery, Carlton, Ale. Porter.

Martin, P, J., Little Flinders Street East, Melbourne. Ale Brewed from Victorian Malt and Tasmanian Hops.

Reed, Eepry, & Co., Chapel Street, South Yarra. Vinegar, in bulk and bottle.

Stewart, James, Eaglehawk, Sandhurst. Ale. Bottled Ale.

Treacy, John, & Co., Geelong. Pale Ale and Stout, in bottle.

Warrenheip Distillery Company, Sturt Street, Ballarat. Whisky, 1874, 1875. Geneva, proof and o.p. Spirits of Wine.

Guest, T. B., & CO., William Street, Melbourne. Fancy Biscuits, consisting of Ginger Nuts, Victorias, Meal Crackers, Cracknells, Picnics, Lime Biscuits.

Smith & Son, Miller and Anderson Streets West, Melbourne. Fancy and Dessert Biscuits,

Swallow & Ariell, Sandridge and Melbourne. Fancy Biscuits. Cabin and Pilot Biscuits.

Commissioners for Victoria for the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne. Samples of Cotton, grown from New Orleans Seed on the Murray, Victoria.

Atkinson, William, Camperdown. Teazles, one stave containing 300 head.

Longmire, Thomas, Kooroocheang, Smeaton. Two Samples of Flax Stalks, and Seeds thereon, Nos. 1 and 2. No. 1 sown on 20th May, 1874, No. 2 sown on 1st September, 1874. Both samples grown on similar land, the only difference being in time of sowing.

36714,

Lang, William, Wargam, Wanganilla, New South Wales. Wool.

Moore & Co., Coorong, near Hay, N.S.W. Wool.

M'Vean, John, Wooloomoonoo, N.S.W. Wool.

Cl. 665.

CI. 666.

Reeves, Isaac Godfrey, Footscray, Melbourne. Wool.

Russell, Thomas, Barunah Plains, Mount Hesse. Wool.

Routledge, William, Farnham Park, Warrnambool. Fleeces.

Rutherford, Andrew, Como, Kensington, Geelong. Fleeces, Wool.

Synnot, Monckton, Little Flinders Street, Melbourne. Wool.

DP

Cl. 667.

Cl. 709.

CI, 688.

Cl. 670.

Cl. 674.

Synnott, George, Com Geelong. Wool.

Thomas, c. Thomas, Bay Street, North Sandridge. Dressed Skin.

Timms Brothers, Mount Hesse, Beeac. Wool.

Watson Alexander, Warribee. Merino Fleeces.

Wilson, Sir Samuel, Oakleigh Hall, East St. Kilda. Fleeces.

Wilson, John, Lismore. Merino Wool.

Commissioners for Victoria for the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne. Silk Cocoons.

Howard, John, near Albury. Sample Cocoons, Floss Silk, &c.

Lennon, Hugh, Elizabeth Street North, Melbourne. Excelsior Double Furrow Plough.

Bodington, Robert, 4, Queensbury Street, Carlton. Sharp's Patent Sheep Support on Rollers, used in the Washing of Sheep by Spouts or Jets.

Commissioners for Victoria for the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne. Tree and Todes Ferns.

Commissioners for Victoria for the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne.

The following fac-similes consist of specimens, the originals of which were selected during the past season, modelled and arranged for the Commissioners by Mr. Thos. M‘Millan. They embrace most of all the important species cultivated, and in many cases such as

sortments of varieties as are calculated to · sufficiently illustrate the orchard and other

open ground fruit-producing capabilities of Victoria.

ARBORESCENT FRUITS. POMACEOUS FRUITS, INCLUDING THE APPLE

AND PEAR AND THEIR ALLIES.
The Apple-Pyrus malus.
The Pear-Pyrus communis.
(2) The Quince--Cydonia vulgaris.
The Medlar-Mespilus Germanica.
The Loquat-Eriobotrya Japonica.

STONE FruiTS, OR FLESHY DRUPES.

1. Drupaceæ vere.
The Peach-Amygdalus.
The Nectarine-Amygdalus Persic a var,
The Apricot-Prunus Armeniaca.
The Plum-Prunus domestica.
The Cherry-Prunus cerasus.

2. Oleacea. The Olea Europæa (Photograph). BERRIED OR BACCATE FRUITS AND THEIR

MODIFICATIONS.
The Grape—Vitis vinifera.
The Mulberry--Morus nigra.
The Fig-Ficus carica.
The Pomegranate-Punica Granatum.
The Orange or Citron tribe-Citrus.
The Kau Apple-Aberia Caffra.
The Gooseberry- Ribes Grossularia.
The Black Currant-Ribes nigrum.
The Red Currant-Ribes rubrum.

The White Currant-Ribes rubrum fr.
Album.
The Raspberry-Rubus idæus.

NUTS AND DRY DRUPES.
The Almond, Walnut, and Hazel.
ANNUAL AND PERENNIAL HERBACEOUS

FRUITS.
The Strawberry-Fragaria vesca.
The Tomato-Lycopersicum esculentum.

The Egg Apple. Melongena-Solanum melongena.

The Cape Gooseberry -Physalis edulis.
The Capsicum-C. Annuum.

For illustrations of the Melon, Cucumber, Squash, and Gourd, see Photographs.

Book Collection of Phænogamous Plants, Shrubs, Trees, Herbs.

Commissioners for Victoria at the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne. Citron or Orange Tribe, 17 species. Cherries, 25 species, 3 fruits each. Figs, 4 varieties. Pears. Strawberries. Plums. Apples. Apricots. Currants. Gooseberries. Walnuts. Peaches.

Gaskell, Mrs., 118, Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. Fac-similes of Victorian Bush Flowers,

Cl. 707.

C1, 709.

Full Descriptions of the Victorian Exhibits are given in Catalogue sold in Victorian Section,

LONDON:
Printed by GEORGE E. EYRB and WILLIAM SPOTTISWOOPE,
Printers to the Queen's most Excellent Majesty,

For Her Majesty's Stationery Office,

Cl. 667.

CL. 7

CI, 688.

Cl. 670.

Cl. 674.

Synnott, George, le Con Geelong. Wool.

Thomas, c. Thomas, Bay Street, North Sandridge. Dressed Skin.

Timms Brothers, Mount Hesse, Beeac. Wool.

Watson Alexander, Warribee. Merino Fleeces.

Wilson, Sir Samuel, Oakleigh Hall, East St. Kilda. Fleeces.

Wilson, John, Lismore. Merino Wool.

Commissioners for Victoria for the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne. Silk Cocoons.

Howard, John, near Albury. Sample Cocoons, Floss Silk, &c.

Lennon, Hugh, Elizabeth Street North, Melbourne. Excelsior Double Furrow Plough.

Bodington, Robert, 4, Queensbury Street, Carlton. Sharp's Patent Sheep Support on Rollers, used in the Washing of Sheep by Spouts or Jets.

Commissioners for Victoria for the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne. Tree and Todes Ferns.

Commissioners for Victoria for the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne.

The following fac-similes consist of specimens, the originals of which were selected during the past season, modelled and arranged for the Commissioners by Mr. Thos. M‘Millan. They embrace most of all the important species cultivated, and in many cases such assortments of varieties as are calculated to sufficiently illustrate the orchard and other open ground fruit-producing capabilities of Victoria.

ARBORESCENT FRUITS. POMACEOUS FRUITS, INCLUDING THE APPLE

AND PEAR AND THEIR ALLIES.
The Apple-Pyrus malus.
The Pear-Pyrus communis.
(2) The Quince-Cydonia vulgaris.
The Medlar—Mespilus Germanica.
The Loquat-Eriobotrya Japonica.

STONE FRUITS, OR FLESHY DRUPES.

1. Drupaceæ vere.
The Peach Amygdalus.
The Nectarine-Amygdalus Persic a var,
The Apricot-Prunus Armeniaca.
The Plum-Prunus domestica.
The Cherry-Prunus cerasus.

2. Oleacea. The Olea Europæa (Photograph). BERRIED OR BACCATE FRUITS AND THEIR

MODIFICATIONS.
The Grape—Vitis vinifera.
The Mulberry-Morus nigra.
The Fig-Ficus carica.
The Pomegranate-Punica Granatum.
The Orange or Citron tribe-Citrus.
The Kau Apple-Aberia Caffra.
The Gooseberry- Ribes Grossularia.
The Black Currant-Ribes nigrum.
The Red Currant-Ribes rubrum.

The White Currant-Ribes rubrum fr.
Album.
The Raspberry-Rubus idæus.

Nuts AND DRY DRUPES.
The Almond, Walnut, and Hazel.
ANNUAL AND PERENNIAL HERBACEOUS

FRUITS.
The Strawberry-Fragaria vesca.
The Tomato-Lycopersicum esculentum.

The Egg Apple. Melongena–Solanum melongena.

The Cape Gooseberry - Physalis edulis.
The Capsicum-C. Annuum.

For illustrations of the Melon, Cucumber, Squash, and Gourd, see Photographs.

Book Collection of Phænogamous Plants, Shrubs, Trees, Herbs.

Commissioners for Victoria at the Philadelphia Exhibition, Melbourne. Citron or Orange Tribe, 17 species. Cherries, 25 species, 3 fruits each. Figs, 4 varieties, Pears. Strawberries. Plums. Apples. Apricots. Currants. Gooseberries. Walnuts. Peaches.

Gaskell, Mrs., 118, Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. Fac-similes of Victorian Bush Flowers,

CI. 707.

C1, 709.

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Full Descriptions of the Victorian Exhibits are given in Catalogue sold in Victorian Section.

LONDON:
Printed by GEORGE E. Erre and WILLIAM SPOTTISWOODE,
Printers to the Queen's most Excellent Majesty,

For Her Majesty's Stationery Office,

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