Monthly Consular and Trade Reports Volume 296-299

Monthly Consular and Trade Reports Volume 296-299

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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. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...of the formerly existing Spanish modes. The journal notes the decreased German exports to Cuba, especially of cotton textiles, which can not compete successfully in that market with the products of England, Spain, Italy, Belgium, and the United States. The latter country could largely increase its sales if American manufacturers were to adapt themselves to the taste of the Cuban consiiiner.--li'ic/oawl Gumit/wr, Consul-General, F1-anlgfm-t, Gm-many, fllarch 30, 1905. Commercial and Technical Experts as Attaches to Consu1ates.---The chamber of commerce of Dusseldorf, in its annual report to the minister of commerce, expresses its satisfaction with the increased number of appointments of German commercial and technical experts as attaches to the consulates of the Empire, saying, "We see in this the first steps toward a methodical organization of an infor mation service; for a single-commercial attache, as at present, in such an important field of work as the United States is quite insufficient, it being impossible for him to overlook the mighty economic system of that country. We should have an expert located in every important trade center of the United States." The report inclines to the opinion that these attaches will prove good substitutes for German chambers of commerce in foreign countries.----Rz'chard Guenther, Uomml-General, Frankfin-t, Germany, April 4, 1.905. 1 Coal Discoveries in Canada.--One of the most promising coal discoveries in Nova Scotia in recent years is reported from the property of the Standard Coal and Railway Company near Parrsboro. The boring is down 2,350 feet, and although accurate information is not available, it is believed that a good deposit has been discovered, the more

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