Monthly consular and trade reports, Volume 29, Issues 101-104

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Contents

Changes in steamship lines at Marseilles 47
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Report of French exhibition for decorticating and cleaning ramie 65
65
Preemption of public lands at Guatemala 66
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Hamburgs annexation to the German Customs Union 7180
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Decree augmenting duties on cereals in Portugal
86
Cotton cultivation in Egypt in 1888 8892
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Colombiaits past present and future 98112
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Opening to navigation of River Karun Persia
113
Petition for the Tungchow extension railway 3337
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Bill relating to labor of youths and women in the Netherlands 138141
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Cognac brandy 45I49
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Completion of Hereford Railway
149
English and continental spinning mills 152156
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Mining industry of Honduras 5059
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Opening of the Manila and Malabon Railroad 159160
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Customs duties of Brazil
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Agriculture and protective measures in France I93_I97
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Rice culture in Central China 200206
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Phosphate mines at Redonda 20620S
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Raw materials admitted free of duty into AustriaHungary 209211
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American citizens in China
214
Tobago
215
Municipal exposition Rio Grande do Sul 221224
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Congress of the Central American States 234238
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Imports into Germany from the United Stales should be from all eoimtries
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Navigation commerce and industries of the Argentine Republic 241296
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Orange and lemon culture in Sicily 296304
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Shipbuilding in Great Britain in 1888 353zo
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Rice and sugar in the Straits Settlements 321341
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Foreign commerce of France 360378
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Exports from Switzerland to the United States
378
Jute bagging in India 379
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Relations between Holland and her colonies 56757
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General state of the china trade at Limoges 386389
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Sisal hemp in the Bahamas 38939z
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