Miscellaneous Series Volume 9-12

Miscellaneous Series Volume 9-12

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...per line, one insertion, $0.09. Special rates tor space must be arranged for and can be had at great reductions. Type page 14 by 195: colunm width, 3 inches. Annual local subscription price, $2.16. Circulation, about 50.000. In the technical journals mentioned, advertisements on the covers or in special locations cost 50 to 100 per cent additional. MALAGA. The consular district of Malaga includes the Provinces of Malaga, Granada, Almeria, and J aen. Their ap roximate population in 1910 was as follows: Malaga, 523,000; Grana a, 503,000; Almeria, 360,000; and Jaen, 515,000. The poulation of the principal cities was as follows: Malaga, 136,000; Granada, 80,000; Almeria, 50,000; and Jaen, 28,000. The principal manufactories of Malaga city are cotton and sugar mills, foundries, distilleries, breweries, as and electric light plants, soap factories, and cooperage establis ments. There are also rope and cordage works, tile factories, brickyards, essential-oil distilleries, fish canneries, olive-oil factories, and cream of tartar factories. Malaga is surrounded by a rich agricultural country, the principal products of which are almonds, raisins, grapes, sugar cane, olives, figs, etc. The chief products of the Province of Almeria are grapes, lI'0I1 ore, cereals, and esparto grass. In the city of that name there is manufacturing on a small scale of sugar, olive oil, flour, soap, cordage, liquors, and the evaporation of salt from sea water. The Province of Granada is almost wholly agricultural, roducing su ar beets, olives, grapes, and cereals. The principal in ustries of t e city of Granada are sugar mills, the manufacture of cement and tiles, and the distillation of alcohol. The main resources of the Province of J aen are agricultural and the...show more

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  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 485g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236880404
  • 9781236880406