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CONSULAR REPORTS.

4579).

COMMERCE, MANUFACTURES, ETC.

Vol. LXI.

Nos. 228, 229, 230, AND 231.

SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER, 1899.

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1.–TARIFF OF JAMAICA: EFFECT UPON TRADE......................Dent

II.-TRADE IN THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC: IMPORTS FROM UNITED

STATES ...............

..............Buchanan

III._UNITED STATES-BRAZILIAN TRADE.....

.............Hill

IV.- RESOURCES AND TRADE OPPORTUNITIES OF THE AMAZON VAL-

LEY..........

..................Kenneday

V.-MACHINE TRADE IN ECUADOR.............................

De Leon

VI.-RESOURCES OF ECUADOR..............

VII.-How to EXTEND OUR TRADE IN South AMERICA............Hill

VIII.-EMIGRATION TO South AmeriCA........

IX.-HEATING AND COOKING Stoves in URUGUAY..........

X.-Port WORKS AT MONTEVIDEO.........

ONTEVIDEO........................................Finch

XI.-HARBOR REGULATIONS OF Puerto CABELLO............... Valkmar

XII.-IMPORTS OF PARAGUAY....

...............Ruffin

| Harrison

XIII.-SUGAR IN PARAGUAY.....

A Ruffin

XIV.-AGRICULTURE IN Mexico....................

XV.-BRICK FACTORY IN MEXICO.............

XVI.-New RAILROAD LAW OF MEXICO......

..Clayton

XVII.-BIDS FOR RAILS IN BRAZIL......

.............Bryan

XVIII.-FOREIGN JUDGMENTS IN BRAZIL.......

.................Hill

XIX.- JUDICIAL REFORMS IN ARGENTINA....... .............Mayer

XX.-PROPOSED ARGENTINE TARIFF.....

..............Buchanan

XXI.-TARIFF CHANGES IN SALVADOR............. .................Jenkins

XXII.—SUGAR INDUSTRY IN TRINIDAD.......

XXIII.-COFFEE IN JAMAICA..................

....................Dent

XXIV.-PLAN FOR CONTROLLING COFFEE MARKET.....................Loomis

XXV.-CANADIAN CANAL PROBLEM .............

.............Brush

XXVI.-NOTES FROM DAWSON CITY............

.........McCook

XXVII.—MINING IN SZECHUAN.........................

............Conger

XXVIII.-UNITED STATES TRADE IN CHINA.......

XXIX.–PLUMBAGO IN JAPAN AND CHINA.............. ......................

(Japan, 89—China, 90.)

Xxx.-PETROLEUM IN BORNEO...............

...............Everett

XXXI.-FRENCH View of PhilipPINE SITUATION.........................Covert

XXXII.-COTTON-SPINNING MACHINERY IN JAPAN.............................Lyon

93

XXXIII.—ELECTRIC INDUSTRY IN JAPAN...........

Gowey

XXXIV.-PASSENGER TRANSIT IN JAPAN............

.............

XXXV.-PASSENGER TRANSIT in SHANGHAI.............................. Goodnow

XXXVI.—PROPOSED Railway CONSTRUCTION in FormoSA.........Davidson

XXXVII.-RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION IN THE TRANSVAAL...........

XXXVIII.-IMPORTERS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN REPUBLIC............ I

XXXIX.--FederaL MOVEMENT IN AUSTRALIA ......

..... Bell

XL.-HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS AT VICTORIA............. ............ Smith

XLI.--COVERED BERTHS IN SHIPYARDS............. .............Metcalf

XLII.-PROSPER AY OF British COLONIES................................ Choate

XLIII.-TRADE SUGGESTIONS FOR Asiatic TURKEY.............. Washington

XLIV.—THE INDIA-RUBBER TRADE.........

.................Hill

XLV.-REFORMS IN THE COTTON TRADE............. ...............Boyle

XLVI.—THE EDUCATION OF GERMAN CONSULS.............................Mason

XLVII.-GERMAN Tool-MACHINE TRUST.............. ..............Hanauer

XLVIII.-TRADE AND INDUSTRIES OF MANNHEIM.....................Osterhaus

XLIX.-GERMAN Tariff ON AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND Tools,

Mason.......

..............

L.-SUGGESTIONS FOR EXPORTERS TO GERMANY...................Hanauer

LI.-GERMAN-AMERICAN BALANCE OF TRADE..............................Fisk

LII.-GERMANY'S FOREIGN INTERESTS........... ..............Monaghan

LIII.-Germany's Wool IMPORT..........

Stern

LIV.-GERMAN EXPORTS OF SOAP AND PERFUMERY........

LV.-DUTY ON DRUGgists' SCALES IN GERMANY AND FRANCE..............

(Germany, 130—France, 131.)

LVI.— PUBLIC WAYS AND PARKS IN SILESIA..............

Erdman

LVII.--Silesian WooL..............

LVIII.-LOCOMOTIVES IN GERMANY........... ..............Monaghan

LIX.-TRAMWAYS IN MILAN................

.............Jarvis

LX.-TRADE OF BELGIUM, First FIVE MONTHS OF 1899........ Lincoln

LXI.-AMERICAN FRUIT IN NORWAY............

.........................Bordewich

LXII.-AMERICAN FRUIT IN THE NETHERLANDS..........................Listoe

LXIII.-AMERICAN BARBER CHAIRS IN GERMANY..........................Harris

LXIV.-PATENT MedicineS IN PORTUGAL............................. Townsend

LXV.-BANKING AND RAILWAY STATISTICS OF IRELAND, 1898.....Piatt

LXVI.--MERCHANTS IN ATHENS....

...............McGinley

LXVII.-PLATINUM, IRIDIUM, AND OSMIUM IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES........

(Canada, 145—Brazil, 147—Colombia, 147.)

LXVIII.-HISTORY OF THE NAPHTHA INDUSTRY IN Russia.........

LXIX.-NAVIGATION OF THE RIVER VOLGA............

LXX.-TRADE OPENINGS IN RUSSIA.............. ............... Hanauer

LXXI.-LEGAL STATUS OF FOREIGN CORPORATIONS IN Russia.. )

LXXII.-FAILURE OF CROPS IN SOUTHERN RUSSIA.....

LXXIII.-Crops in Russia..

LXXIV.- INHERITED PROPERTY IN FRANCE.....

..Covert

LXXV.-ACCIDENTS TO WORKMEN IN FRANCE.............................Brunot

LXXVI.-FOREIGNERS IN JAPAN............................

.........Gowey

LXXVII.-TRADE OF HONGKONG IN 1898...........

........ Wildman

LXXVIII.-Notes (Licenses for Commercial Travelers in Russia—Leather

Industry in Russia—Russian Regulations Concerning the

Flax Trade—The German vs. American Pound Weight-

Furniture in Germany—Dried Fruit in Germany—Export

Premiums on Flour in Germany—Wheat and Sugar in Spain,

Colonial Office in France-New Fuel in Be:zium-Cost of

Canadian Canals-Assay Offices in British Columbia-Railway

Concessions in Mexico-Match Monopoly in Colombia-Elec-

tricity in Ecuador-Inland-Navigation Project in South Amer-

ica—Plans for Montevideo Port Works—Proposed American

Bank in Caracas-Railroad Ties Forgotten in Brazil, New

Remedy for Tuberculosis—Sale of Specimens of Persian Art,

Siberia No Longer a Penal Colony-Emigration to Siberia-

Japanese Tea Exports, 1898-99—New Treaties in Japan-Gas-

Lighting Contract in Sumatra-Mining Law of the Dutch

East Indies-Grain Export from China Prohibited—Chinese

Likin Tax on Rice-Spanish Tariff on Flour-Russian Oil in

the Azores—New Mail Service with the Azores-Postal Cars

Wanted in France—Railway Management in Norway-Dan-

ish Exchange Rate on New York—Exchange at Guadeloupe-

Rice Planting in Uruguay-Coal Trade of Montevideo-Do-

minican Duties Payable in Gold—Municipal Taxes in Mada-

gascar-United States Trade with Mauritius–Exhibition in

Constantinople-Art Exhibition in Antwerp-Consular Re-

ports Transmitted to Other Departments)...............

LXXIX.–FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS (New Openings for Trade

in Russia—Gold in the Philippines—Irrigation in the Sudan-

Gold-Mining Machinery in the Transvaal—Woods and Furni-

ture in Russia).....

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