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Synnott, George, delo Con Geelong. Wool.
Thomas, c. Thomas, Bay Street, North Sandridge. Dressed Skin.
Timnas Brothers, Mount Hesse, Becac. 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.
STONE FRUITS, OR FLESHY DRUPES.
1. Drupaceæ vere.
2. Oleacea. The Olea Europæa (Photograph). BERRIED OR BACCATE FRUITS AND THEIR
The White Currant-Ribes rubrum fr.
NUTS AND DRY DRUPES.
The Egg Apple. Melongena-Solanum melongeda.
The Cape Gooseberry - Physalis edulis.
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.
Full Descriptions of the Victorian Exhibits are given in Catalogue sold in Victorian Soction
For Her Majesty's Stationery Office.