5 Monthly Bull. Bureau Am. Republics I (1897-1898)

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                       Jily-Decenmber, 1897.

ARGENTINE   REPUBLIC:                                                     Page.
    ,Agricultural exports, 1897...................... ...................... 942
    Asphalt paving, Buenos Aires............ ................. ........... 567
    Cotton industry................................................... . .. 730
    Crop prospects, 1898 ........ ...... ..... ..........................  942
    Imports and exports for 1896.......................................... 398
    National exhibition of 18o8 ........................................... 901
    Tariff changes......................................................... 524
    Tobacco and distillery monopolies proposed ................ ........... ..728
    W heat crop, 1897.... ..................................... ........... 567
    W heat production of Buenos Aires........................... ......... 769
    W ool shipm ents, 1897 ................................................. 24
BOLIVIA:
    India rubber, method of extraction...................................... 902
    Railway concessions................... ............................... 185
    Railways proposed .................................................... 770
    Reception of new minister, Luis Paz........... ........................ 339
    Rubber-tree concession decree ......................................... 24
BONILLA,  P., PRESIDENT OF HONDURAS:
    Letter on agricultural conditions of Honduras  ..........................  190
BRITISH  HONDURAS:
    Electric lighting  for  Belize..........  .............  ...................  568
    Machinery needed in .................................................  380
    Proposed railway...................................................... 341
BRAZIL:
    Amazon  Basin, agricultural resources, etc  ................  ..............  731
    Arbitration treaty of boundary with French Guiana ...................... iS6
    Coffee crop, 1897-1898 .................................... ........... 568
    C offee cultivation  .....................................................  339
    Financial situation ............................................ 520,724,896
    Flour manufacture and trade................. ........................  770
    Flour shipments from United States.................................... 507
    Industries of Bahia................................ .........%......... 29
    Madeira and Mamore  Railway proposed ................................  770
    Para waterworks .....................................................  379
      Proposals invited for ..................................... .......... 735
    R ubber exports ............... ....................................... 942
    Santos, dock dues...................................... .............. 770
    Sao Paulo ................. ........................ ..... .. ......... ISS
    Telephone company  proposed..........................................  567
    Treaties with Chile negotiated..........  ............. ........... .......  734
    Type trade suggestions ............................................... 770
    Wheat shipments to .................................................   379
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