Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, المجلد 56،الأعداد 208-211

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AMERICAN DYNAMITE IN SOUTH AFRICA Roberts
31
IMMIGRATION INTO THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC Buchanan
32
AMERICAN MANUFACTURES IN RUSSIA Rawicz
34
OLIVE CROP IN FRANCE AND ELSEWHERE Pressly XIII DAIRY FARMS IN THE North of FRANCE Atwell
35
LYONS COMMISSION TO CHINA
37
PRESENT CONDITION OF British TRADE Smyth
38
EXTENSION OF THE LIVERPOOL DOCKS Boyle
45
PROPOSED RailwAYS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES Stephan
52
ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS IN CATANIA Brühl XIX ACCUMULATORS AS A MOTIVE POWER IN BERLIN Moore XX AËRIAL RAILWAY IN CO...
53
RATTAN INDUSTRY OF RHEIMS
60
du Bellet Wiesike
61
NICARAGUAN RAILWAY AND STEAMERS FOR SALE 3
62
OHara XXIII BERMUDATurks ISLANDJAMAICA CABLE Jones
63
TELEPHONE IN FRANCE Germain
64
TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES IN PERSIA Tyler
65
GERMAN STEAMSHIPS VERSUS THE TRANSSIBERIAN RAILWAY
68
Monaghan
70
AMERICAN BICYCLES IN GERMANY
71
PROPOSED HIGHER DUTY ON AMERICAN BICYCLES IN GER MANY Moore XXIX AMERICAN BICYCLES IN MUNICH Nusbaum
73
BICYCLES IN GIBRALTAR Sprague
74
British VERSUS AMERICAN BICYCLE TRADE Parker
75
GERMANYS EXPORTS TO THE UNITED STATES
77
Monaghan XXXIII TECHNICAL MERCHANT SCHOOLS
78
UNITED STATES EXPORTS TO SWITZERLAND Germain
82
AMERICAN MANUFACTURES IN BREMEN Keenan
90
at Courtrai BelgiumInternational Exposition of Horticul
124
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Railways in Venezuela
136
CONTENTS Page
138
COFFEE CULTURE IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Haywood
139
AMERICAN COMPETITION IN EUROPE Mason
164
COMMERCIAL High School FOR MAGDEBURG
171
GERMAN TRADE WITH THE SPANISH COLONIES
175
GERMAN TRADE WITH THE TRANSVAAL Moore
176
INCREASE OF GERMAN TRADE WITH RUSSIA
177
GERMANYS COLONIAL POLICY
179
GERMANYS NAVY AS AN AID TO COMMERCE Schumann
181
GERMANYS TEXTILE EXPORTS Monaghan
182
GERMANYS CONSUMPTION OF BREADSTUFFS Moore
184
CROPS OF BELGIUM IN 1897
186
AMERICAN HORSES IN BELGIUM Roosevelt
187
CONSERVATISM OF BELGIAN MINERS
189
INSPECTION OF MEATS IN BELGIUM Morris
190
PERUVIAN DUTIES PAYABLE IN GOLD Dudley
192
VENEZUELAN LAWS AS TO TRANSIT TRAFFIC WITH COLOMBIA Plumacher
194
ADULTERATED BUTTER IN VENEZUELA
199
COLORED MARGARIN FORBIDDEN IN MARTINIQUE Tucker
201
MEAT PRODUCTS OF URUGUAY Schramm
202
Swalm
204
THE COAL TRADE IN URUGUAY
205
FINANCIAL MEASURES IN GUATEMALA Beaupré
206
NICARAGUAN DECREE AS TO COFFEE PLANTERS
207
AMMUNITION MONOPOLY IN NICARAGUA
209
RUBBER EXPORTS FROM NICARAGUA
210
BANANA CROP OF BLUEFIELDS
211
BRITISH COLUMBIAN Laws as to TRADING CORPORATIONS Smith
212
INTERISLAND STEAMSHIP SERVICE FOR TAHITI
213
TahitiSan Francisco LINE ABANDONED Doty
214
TEA TRADE OF FORMOSA Davidson
216
GLRMAN OCCUPATION OF CHINESE TERRITORY Fowler
221
LABELS AND TRADEMARKS IN CHINA
225
Gracey
227
OPENING OF Ports IN KOREA
228
KOREANS AS LABORERS
235
SUGAR IN THE NETHERLANDS
236
Vinke
237
SUGAR IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
238
Haywood
239
SOMALI OR BLACKHEAD SHEEP Masterson
242
MAKING CHARCOAL FROM PEAT Huntington
243
GERMAN TRADE NOTES Stephan
245
GERMANYS EXPORTS TO SWITZERLAND Monaghan
248
RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY EMPLOYMENT IN CHINA Goodnow
250
EXPORTS FROM NUREMBERG TO THE UNITED STATES Weber
251
PREPAYMENT GAS METERS IN BRUSSELS Roosevelt
252
WHEAT AND FLOUR IN BELGIUM Morris
254
OUTLOOK FOR AMERICAN GRAIN IN AUSTRIAHUNGARY Hurst
261
IMPORTING SIBERIAN CORN INTO EUROPEAN RUSSIA Smith
264
Smithers
282
COTTON BALING AND Cotton FIRES Boyle
283
TRADE REGULATIONS AND TAXES IN THE KONGO FREE STATE
289
Storer
292
YORKSHIRE WORSTEDS vs Scorch TWEEDS LXV AMERICAN SHOEMAKING MACHINERY IN SCOTLAND 5
293
Notes Mexican Concession to a Mercantile AgencyNica
294
raguan Transportation ContractsNew Steamship Service for HaitiSugar Crop of CubaImmigration of Chinese into Nica ragua ProhibitedQuarantining ...
299
283
311
321
314
Dudley
315
289
394
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS New Monetary Law
453
CONTENTS
467
WINE IN SOUTH AMERICA 459
467
Rio de Janeiro 459Bahia 463Para 464Pernambuco 465Valparaiso 465Iquique 466Antofagasta 467Pay sandu 468
468
FINANCES AND INDUSTRIES OF Mexico Clayton
469
EEDS Fleming 292
472
TELEGRAPH SERVICE OF Mexico Donnelly
474
COMPLETION OF DOCK Murphy
475
CHANGES IN NicaraguAN RAILWAY CONCESSION Sorsby
476
New CANADIAN MINING REGULATIONS Turner
478
AMERICAN BICYCLES IN CANADA
488
Dill
489
UNITED STATES Shoes IN GERMANY 490 Mason
490
A GERMAN VIEW OF UNITED States Beer SUGAR I
492
UNITED STATES Fruit at DÜSSELDORF Pettit
501
GERMAN OPINION AS TO AMERICAN FRUIT Mason
502
COTTONSEED OIL IN MARSEILLES Pressly
503
AMERICAN FLOUR AT GIBRALTAR Sprague
504
UNITED STATES GOLPH StickS AND WOODEN WARE IN ENG LAND Boyle
505
AMERICAN IRON ORE FOR SOUTH WALES
506
Phillips XIX THE Dowlais IRON COMPANY OF SOUTH WALES 5
507
IMPORTS INTO ITALY
509
Cramer
511
AMERICAN BUTTER AND CANNED MILK IN HONGKONG
512
AMERICAN GINSENG IN CHINA
514
GINSENG IN KOREA Allen
517
MONEY ORDERS IN CHINA Denby
522
SILK AND SILKWORMS IN CHINA Smithers
523
RAILWAY ENTERPRISE IN JAPAN Gowey
526
DUTIES IN THE Dutch East INDIES
529
EXPORT DUTY ON SUGAR REMOVED IN JAVA
530
STEAMSHIP SERVICE BETWEEN HAWAII AND TAHITI Sewall XXXII SHIPPING OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Haywood
531
RAILROAD MILEAGE OF EUROPE Du Bois
532
GERMAN EXPORTS TO THE UNITED STATES 1897 Goldschmidt
533
LAND
534
BAVARIAN EXPORTS TO THE UNITED STATES Erdman
537
EXPORTS FROM MANCHESTER TO THE UNITED STATES Grinnell
538
GERMAN COMMERCE IN 1897 Monaghan
539
WAGES AND INDUSTRIES IN FÜRTH Erdman
540
PRUSSIAN STATE RAILWAYS Moore
542
WINE AND GRAPE TRADE OF GERMANY Schumann
544
MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER IN GERMANY DuBois
546
COMMERCE OF SPAIN IN 1897 Bartleman 347
547
JAPANESE Silk Goods IN EUROPE DuBois
548
DelfSHAVEN AND RECORDS OF THE PILGRIM FATHERS Listoe
550
CARDIFFPORTLAND STEAMSHIP LINE Phillips
552
PAPER TRADE OF BELGIUM Morris
554
MINTS AND RAILWAYS IN CHINA Child
559
SIPHON BOTTLES IN EUROPE
561
Vienna 561 Prague 562Frankfort 563Hamburg 564
564
Frankfort 564Cologne 569Mannheim 570
570
Rush of PROSPECTORS Smith
571
LUMBER IN QUEBEC Boardman
573
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IN HONGKONG Wildman
575
Wildman Wildman
578
Gut STRINGS IN GERMANY Gottschalk
579
COMMUNICATION WITH KOREA Allen
583
Swiss GOVERNMENT PURCHASE OF RAILROADS DuBois
584
PROPOSED AMERICAN SAMPLE Room in LEIPSIC Warner
585
in Great Britain
587
293
589
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Trade Conditions in East
597
Commerce of Chile 1896Diamonds in Cape Colony
605
428
607
Newel 529
619
531
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الصفحة 418 - ... a weekly payment during the incapacity after the second week not exceeding fifty per cent, of his average weekly earnings during the previous twelve months, if he has been so long employed, but, if not, then for any less period during which he has been in the employment of the same employer, such weekly payment not to exceed one pound.
الصفحة 419 - Any weekly payment may be reviewed at the request either of the employer or of the workman, and on such review may be ended, diminished, or increased, subject to the maximum above provided, and the amount of payment shall, in default of agreement, be settled by arbitration under this act...
الصفحة 314 - Congress assembled, that the value of foreign coin as expressed in the money of account of the United States shall be that of the pure metal of such coin of standard value ; and the values of the standard coins in circulation of the various nations of the .world shall be estimated annually by the Director of the Mint, and be proclaimed on the first day of January by the Secretary of the Treasury.
الصفحة 418 - If so required by the employer, from time to time submit himself for examination by a duly qualified medical practitioner provided and paid by the employer.
الصفحة 418 - ... provided that the amount of any weekly payments made under this Act, and any lump sum paid in redemption thereof, shall be deducted from such sum, and, if the period of the workman's employment by the said employer has been less than the said three years...
الصفحة 419 - Where a workman has given notice of an accident, he shall, if so required by the employer, submit himself for examination by a duly qualified medical practitioner provided and paid by the employer, and, if he refuses to submit himself to such examination, or in any way obstructs the same, his right to compensation, and to take or prosecute any proceeding under this Act in relation to compensation, shall be suspended until such examination has taken place.
الصفحة 481 - Entry shall only be granted for alternate claims, the other alternate claims being reserved for the Crown, to be disposed of at public auction, or in such manner as may be decided by the Minister of the Interior. The penalty for trespassing upon a claim reserved for the Crown shall be immediate cancellation by the Gold Commissioner of any entry or entries which the person trespassing may have obtained, whether by original entry or purchase for a mining claim, and the refusal by the Gold Commissioner...
الصفحة 418 - Act, and any lump sum paid in redemption thereof, shall be deducted from such sum, and, if the period of the workman's employment by the said employer has been less than the said three years, then the amount of his earnings during the said three years shall be deemed to be one hundred and fifty-six times his average weekly earnings during the period of his actual employment under the said employer...
الصفحة 314 - Decigram (-fa gram) equals 1.5432 grains. Gram equals 15.432 grains. Decagram (10 grams) equals 0.3527 ounce. Hectogram (100 grams) equals 3.5274 ounces. Kilogram (1,000 grams) equals 2.2046 pounds. Myriagram (10,000 grams) equals 22.046 pounds. Quintal (100,000 grams) equals 220.46 pounds. Millier or tonnea — ton (1,000,000 grams) equals 2,204.6 pounds. Metric dry measures. Milliliter (y^Vtf liter) equals 0.061 cubic inch. Centiliter (yJ-B liter) equals 0.6102 cubic inch. Deciliter (^ liter) equals...

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