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XXIV.— Venezuela 918 Exportaciones de cacao, primer semestre de 1907— Explotación de la goma y balata— La renta de ferrocarriles en 1906— Concesiones de depósitos de asfalto- La pesca de perlas. 981 IV.— Uma Funcção Notavxl na Embaixada Brazileira 9S8 V.— Banquete Offerecido pelo Ministro Argentino ao Corpo Diplomático Pan- americano 938 VI.— Bolivia 984 Producv&o do estanho em 1907. Vm.— Colômbia 086 Caminhos públicos e a estrada de ferro de Cauca — Companhia de refinaç&o de petró- leo de Cartagena— Augmento no preço do pai— Bureau de informações em Bor- dóos—Contracto para o serviço telcgruphico e telephonico. tl7,56l 24,278 21,501 fill 587,981 32,519 1,030 945 9,330 44,504 77,616 6,960 02,722 83,000 179,187 104,612,601 1,186,700 127,190 46,900 105,972,400 3,719,458 6,890,666 1,900,639 11,610,762 111,462 14,406 182,783 152,650 9,721 470,922 186,619 202,031 27,228 58,111 62,739 636,628 1,942 270 89 116 604 8,030 63,945 9,766 .68 ^. 261,847 666,167 63,006 9,104 888,614 1,750 11,956 9,393 425 U,609 460 21,777 3,243,437 43,886 4^221 926 3,292,470 143,961 244,147 92,389 480,487 26,164 1,065 42,614 23,850 1,966 94,669 6,986 7,086 1,609 4,663 1,951 23,236 61,674 2,564 816 2,108 12,821 60,983 39,611 9,367 6,000 4,100 68,068 60,622 2,000 960 76,126 1,200 148,707 120,191,976 1,764,176 801,870 304,606 348,640 123,401,271 8,746,162 8,946,063 2,273,684 14,966,799. 826,461 58,378 7,170 900 91,918 10,474 2,996 1,724 792 16,966 1907. 143,714 726,067 66,140 1,671 16,262 954,764 26,376 16,617 11,516 2,000 16,670 72,177 6,857 274 107 14,142 260 20,630 2,291,527 31,978 68,983 4,669 6,240 2,392,406 189,279 628,807 118,881 837,067 164,233 281,288 66,584 13,720 614,826 22,719 68,834 19,693 10,733 45,968 157,947 811 231 176 70 408 1,600 41,714 67,601 13,403 2,791 126,609 1,070 2,936 990 453 1,398 6,847 16,656 2,980 1,808 6,404 6,051 33,073 Value. This increase is entirely on the side of imports, for which a gain of ,434,238 is noted, advancing from ,759,639 to 7,193,877, while exports decreased by ,482,333, declining from 5,711,809 to 2,229,466.

IX.— Costa Rica 986 Rendas aduaneiras, nove mezes de 1907. 117,396 106,780 8,937 189 1,738 134,040 8,719 4,603 2,949 400 3,623 20,298 628 674 11,500 7,350 6 90,672,171 16,928,330 388,800 147,305 1,400 72,320 108,210,326 197,604 20,727,155 696,585 179,681 1,957 21,802,982 98,662 327,994 110, 150 6,633 23,036 661,375 112,516 5,306 27,618 3,203 800 37,967 187,409 20,068 1,776,121 314,728 6,832 2,682 30 1,380 2,099,679 12,891 1,260,335 69,622 8,265 120 1,341,233 24,163 83,937 24,985 1,533 5,359 139,977 11,999 465 1,393 110 40 1,600 15,607 1,158 225 120 27 761 2,291 26,478 4,217 2,075 266 10,480 43,635 796 IKTSBKATIOKAL BTJBEÁU OF THB AkÉBIGAH BEFUBUCá. 1056 INTERNATIONAL BUBBAU OF THE ABff BRICAN BEPUBIil GS.

A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. Cotton, henequén, ramie, cacao, Manila hemp, rubber, and other plants constitute the most promis- COMIINENTAL RAILW4r, EL GENERAL DE DIVr SIÚN GEORGE W. RETIRADO, DEL EJÉRCITO DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS, R CURACIÓN D LUfi AR EN ENERO DE 1908. On the occasion of the opening of the regular sessions of the Na- tional Assembly, on February 20, 1908, President Fiqueroa, of the Republic of Salvador, presented his message for the year 1907, re- viewing the governmental administration of the coimtry during said year. 817 The message states that all branches of the public administration are well organized and attended to. Agricultural implements (Herramienta* aarlco Uu; inttm- mer Uo» agrico Uu; inttrumenit agricole*)'. 1045 factories, the money stringency, several bankruptcies, and the in- creased production of the article, all of which factors caused a reaction from the exceedingly high prices of the last four years to the rapid decrease at the close of the year. In 1903 there were mortgaged 6,376,702 hectares of land for 69,139,748 pesos paper, and in 1907, 6,527,711 hectares for 118,918,079 pesos paper. A decree of the President of the Argentine Republic, dated February 29, 1908, appropriates the sums of 6,772 and 6,210.58 gold to be applied during the month of May, 1908, to the construction of the lines to Bolivia, and from Serrezuela to San Juan, respectively. Guachalla was elected President of Bolivia by a majority of 20,934 votes, in succession to Señor Israel Montes.

Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. i - ments thither pay much better than to Great Britain. The Government is giving special attention to the prosecution of important works required by the progress of the country, and many improvements are being carried out. *^i Cofflee {Cafi: café: café): Central America Mexico Brasil Other South America )I)er ( Cobre; cobre; mitre) : ^n ( Mineral; minério; minerai)— Mexico , South America Pigs, bars, etc. barrjs, etc.; linguadoê, 6ar- ra», etc.; en lingois, eaumons, etc.) — Mexico Cuba , Peru Other South America Cotton, unmanutectui Bd {Algodbn en rama; dlgodào em rama; coton non manufacture) : South America ^ , Fibers {Fibrat; fibrae; ftbreê): Ixtle or Tampico fiber (,lx Ue; ixtle; ixt U)— Mexico Steal giaes {Henequén; h€nequen; henequén)— Frolte ( Frûiae; fructae; frûUa) : Bananas (Pláíanoê; bananas; bananee)— Central America Cuba South America Orangée i Naranjoê; laranjoê; orançeà)— Meneo Cuba Fore and sldne {Pieleê finae; pellet finas; fourrures et peaux): South America Goatskins {Pie Uê de eabm; pe Uee de cabra; peaux de chòvreê) : Mexico Braza Other South America Hides of cattle ( Cuero» vacunos; couros de gado; cuirs de bétaü): Mexico Cuba Brazil Other South America i Bdla rubber, crude {Ooma cruda; borralha em bruto; caoutchouc): Central America .• Mexico Braz U Other South America Iron ore ( Minetal de hierro; miinerio de ferro; minerai de Cuba Leed ore (Mineral de plomo; minério de chumbo; minerai dej Homb): Mexico Bqgar, not above No. 16 del modelo hálandés; aesucar nio superior ao No. Mexico Cuba Argentine Republic Brazil Chile Otlier South America Anima U entral America Mexico Caba South America Glucose and gnpe sugar (glucosas; glucoses; glucoses) : Argentine Republic Otner South America Instruments and apparatus for scientific purposes (instru- mentos yavaratos para fines ciejiti fieos; instrumentos e apparelños sdenttficos; instruments et appareils scientifiques) : Electrical appliazioes, including telegraph and telephone instruments (aparatos e Uctricos incluso tnstru- mentos telegrafióos y telefónicos; apparelhos electrt- eos, tndmndo instrumentos telegraphtcos e telepho- f Ucos; instruments électriques y compris Us appa- reils télégraphiques et téléphoniques)- Central America Mexico Cuba Aigentine Republic Bias U Other South America Au other (otros instrumentos; todos os demais insln^- mentos; instruments divers)— Central Ajnerica Ifexioo Cuba Aigentine Republic Brazil Other South America Iron and steel, and manuíactures of {Hierro y acero y sus fabricaciones; ferro e aço e suas manufacturas; fer et ader et ses manufactures) : Steel rails (Rieles de acero; trunos de aço; rails d'acier)— Central America Mexico South America 80 10,870 267,717 160,022 »,flei 868 2,730 137,400 24,104 63,184 13,746 21,322 73,118 60,143 28,866 48,277 27,279 26,749 18,018 6,600 4,601 8,465 497 72,837 13,442 18,452 26,316 14,946 436 21,465 62,796 35,953 9,156 74,259 85,217 6,852 32,675 9,726 8,623 9,663 32,469 1,530 100,658 409,028 1,071 9,847 146,084 168,884 87,403 66 47,062 110,688 19,222 34,197 4,629 19,931 62,047 73,722 19,869 62,063 28,974 30,613 14,848 7,911 34,618 11,176 191 32,211 21,391 14,463 9,278 16,246 16,260 19 16,856 44,431 44,292 32,488 96,532 22,607 8,001 22,586 7,181 19,968 7,256 9,824 4,042 39,686 140,162 4,737 71,814 2,040,393 1,242,986 572,228 28,590 36,418 1,138,293 172,760 714,117 193,136 281,719 761,327 666,731 323,368 366,473 227,197 109,116 218,660 76,676 1,100,120 190,446 2,318 300,883 01,276 201,461 180,819 107,634 66,470 10,428 143,217 628,818 377,202 210, 137 488,928 440,520 39,378 288,073 95,691 94,933 44,155 123,611 169,017 739,855 1«971 723 17,000 1212,826 2,025,481 1,476,867 848,660 34,004 340,600 989,309 134,606 739,426 68,2ï6 248,628 439,074 429,703 179,830 360,619 388, 407 304,936 212,007 88,117 1,097,665 217,238 3,366 376,360 lf4u, J7«W 171,042 177,560 122,201 72,352 8,582 150,918 422,780 312,585 167,246 873,402 444,266 61,234 167,688 96,460 138.126 90,853 107,814 601,267 442,655 1,145,931 nrr SBNATIONAL BUBBAD OF THE ÁMBBICAK BEPUBUCS. The business in England was excellent; in France, good; in Ger- many, fair; in Russia, rather poor, and in America, good until No- vember. The two vice-presidents chosen to serve with President Guachalla are Señores Eufronio Vizcarra and Fidel Valdês, The new president wi U be inaugurated on August 6, 1908, for a period of four years.

XXVm.— Venezuela 827 Exports of cacao, first half of 1907— Exploitation of rubber and balata gum— Rail- way receipts in 1906— Asphalt concession— Pearl fisherlee— Customs tariff, 1908~ Changes in customs dassificationi. Pepper— Guia para los viajeros en la América Latina^Mensajes de Presidentes Latinoamericanos— El estafio de Bolivia en 1907— Aumento en el valor del comercio* extranjero del Brasil— Renta aduanera de Costa Rica— El valor del comercio cubano— Incremento de los medios de oo- municación de Chile— £1 comercio extranjero de la República Dominicana en . ,065,810 7,770 181 3,078 40,000 76,001 1,680 1,076 3,804,006 British. 631,058 047,718 68,722 42,022 16,627 6,102 7,461 0,060 1,620,716 Franoh. 1064 INTBBNATTONAL BUREAU OF THE AUERICAN BEPUBUCS. According to statistics published in the "Revista Commercial e Financeira," there are 2,400 industrial establishments in Brazil, with a total capital of 575,000,000 mifreis (approximately 1189,750,000). A recent number of the "A Lavoura," of Rio de Janeiro, contains an article on the fiber plant known as Gravata, which abounds along the coast region of the States of Rio de Janeiro and Espirito Santo.

Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. 81,017 218,130 667,221 4,320 2,136 409 13,115 1,221 807,687 Spanish. The School of Agriculture, equipped with all necessary elements, was inaugurated during the year. 16) : Mexico Cuba Braza Other South America Tobacco ( Tabaco; fumo; tab(u): Leaf {Enrama; em rama; non enfenüle manufacturée)— Cuba • Cigars, cigarettee, etc. The total exports of rubber from the western coast of Africa amounted to 17,000 tons in 1907 as compared with 17,200 in 1906. 1062 IKTBBNATIOKAIi BUBEAX7 OF THS AMEBICAK BEPUBLIC8. On January 31, 1908, the representatives of Bolivia and Peru signed at La Paz a convention to regulate, in accordance with the treaty of commerce and customs of November 27, 1905, the free transit of merchandise imported or exported through Moliendo, or any other port that the Peruvian Government may designate for the commert^e of Bolivia.

XIV.— RïPÛBLi CA Dominicana 884 Comercio exterior en 1907— Ratificación de las convenciones sobre propiedad literaria y artística y derecho internacional. The Brazilian Government has appointed as its delegates to the Conference on Maritime Law, which meets at Brussels in May, 1908, Dr. The Department of Lidustry, Communications, and Pub Uc Works has extended to July 1, 1908, the time for submitting proposals for the construction of the railway from São Luiz to Caxias and branch line from São Luiz to Itaqui, in the State of Maranhão.

XV.— Estados Unidos 898 Comercio con la América Latina— Servicio de vapores correos que hagan la trave- sía ¿ la América del Sud. XVni.— MAXIOO 904 Mensaje dej Presidente Díaz— Comercio exterior durante el primer semestre de 1907-8 — Datos estadisticos relativo» & la zafm de 1907— Base en plata de los im- puestos de tirobre y aduanas en abril de 19US — Lti explotación de guano— Precios de lo8 terrenos del Gobierno en 1908-9. Ro DBi GO Octavio de Langaard Menezes, Professor of inter- national law in the Faculty of Social and Juridical Science of Rio de Janeiro, and Lieut. A decree of March 7, 1908, authorizes a credit of 2,000,000 milreis for the extension of the main line of the Brazilian Central and branch line from Sabara to Ferros. Lourenço Baeta Neves to represent Brazil at the International Congress on Irrigation and Forests, which meets at Albuquerque, New Mexico, in May, 1908.

Maintain attribution The Google "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. with the International Loans Company (Limited) of London, will be in the form of a bond issue to that amount secured by a special customs duty of .60 gold upon every 100 kilograms of imported merchan- dise and an export tax of

Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. 81,017 218,130 667,221 4,320 2,136 409 13,115 1,221 807,687 Spanish. The School of Agriculture, equipped with all necessary elements, was inaugurated during the year. 16) : Mexico Cuba Braza Other South America Tobacco ( Tabaco; fumo; tab(u): Leaf {Enrama; em rama; non enfenüle manufacturée)— Cuba • Cigars, cigarettee, etc. The total exports of rubber from the western coast of Africa amounted to 17,000 tons in 1907 as compared with 17,200 in 1906. 1062 IKTBBNATIOKAIi BUBEAX7 OF THS AMEBICAK BEPUBLIC8. On January 31, 1908, the representatives of Bolivia and Peru signed at La Paz a convention to regulate, in accordance with the treaty of commerce and customs of November 27, 1905, the free transit of merchandise imported or exported through Moliendo, or any other port that the Peruvian Government may designate for the commert^e of Bolivia.

XIV.— RïPÛBLi CA Dominicana 884 Comercio exterior en 1907— Ratificación de las convenciones sobre propiedad literaria y artística y derecho internacional. The Brazilian Government has appointed as its delegates to the Conference on Maritime Law, which meets at Brussels in May, 1908, Dr. The Department of Lidustry, Communications, and Pub Uc Works has extended to July 1, 1908, the time for submitting proposals for the construction of the railway from São Luiz to Caxias and branch line from São Luiz to Itaqui, in the State of Maranhão.

XV.— Estados Unidos 898 Comercio con la América Latina— Servicio de vapores correos que hagan la trave- sía ¿ la América del Sud. XVni.— MAXIOO 904 Mensaje dej Presidente Díaz— Comercio exterior durante el primer semestre de 1907-8 — Datos estadisticos relativo» & la zafm de 1907— Base en plata de los im- puestos de tirobre y aduanas en abril de 19US — Lti explotación de guano— Precios de lo8 terrenos del Gobierno en 1908-9. Ro DBi GO Octavio de Langaard Menezes, Professor of inter- national law in the Faculty of Social and Juridical Science of Rio de Janeiro, and Lieut. A decree of March 7, 1908, authorizes a credit of 2,000,000 milreis for the extension of the main line of the Brazilian Central and branch line from Sabara to Ferros. Lourenço Baeta Neves to represent Brazil at the International Congress on Irrigation and Forests, which meets at Albuquerque, New Mexico, in May, 1908.

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Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. 81,017 218,130 667,221 4,320 2,136 409 13,115 1,221 807,687 Spanish. The School of Agriculture, equipped with all necessary elements, was inaugurated during the year. 16) : Mexico Cuba Braza Other South America Tobacco ( Tabaco; fumo; tab(u): Leaf {Enrama; em rama; non enfenüle manufacturée)— Cuba • Cigars, cigarettee, etc. The total exports of rubber from the western coast of Africa amounted to 17,000 tons in 1907 as compared with 17,200 in 1906. 1062 IKTBBNATIOKAIi BUBEAX7 OF THS AMEBICAK BEPUBLIC8. On January 31, 1908, the representatives of Bolivia and Peru signed at La Paz a convention to regulate, in accordance with the treaty of commerce and customs of November 27, 1905, the free transit of merchandise imported or exported through Moliendo, or any other port that the Peruvian Government may designate for the commert^e of Bolivia.

XIV.— RïPÛBLi CA Dominicana 884 Comercio exterior en 1907— Ratificación de las convenciones sobre propiedad literaria y artística y derecho internacional. The Brazilian Government has appointed as its delegates to the Conference on Maritime Law, which meets at Brussels in May, 1908, Dr. The Department of Lidustry, Communications, and Pub Uc Works has extended to July 1, 1908, the time for submitting proposals for the construction of the railway from São Luiz to Caxias and branch line from São Luiz to Itaqui, in the State of Maranhão.

XV.— Estados Unidos 898 Comercio con la América Latina— Servicio de vapores correos que hagan la trave- sía ¿ la América del Sud. XVni.— MAXIOO 904 Mensaje dej Presidente Díaz— Comercio exterior durante el primer semestre de 1907-8 — Datos estadisticos relativo» & la zafm de 1907— Base en plata de los im- puestos de tirobre y aduanas en abril de 19US — Lti explotación de guano— Precios de lo8 terrenos del Gobierno en 1908-9. Ro DBi GO Octavio de Langaard Menezes, Professor of inter- national law in the Faculty of Social and Juridical Science of Rio de Janeiro, and Lieut. A decree of March 7, 1908, authorizes a credit of 2,000,000 milreis for the extension of the main line of the Brazilian Central and branch line from Sabara to Ferros. Lourenço Baeta Neves to represent Brazil at the International Congress on Irrigation and Forests, which meets at Albuquerque, New Mexico, in May, 1908.

Maintain attribution The Google "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. with the International Loans Company (Limited) of London, will be in the form of a bond issue to that amount secured by a special customs duty of $3.60 gold upon every 100 kilograms of imported merchan- dise and an export tax of $0.40 per quintal upon not less nor more than 500,000 quintals of coffee shipped yearly from the Republic during a period of twenty-one years. In the distribution of imports by countries of origin the United Kingdom heads the list, followed by Germany, the United States, France, Italy, and Belgium in the order named. The construction work, which is in the hands of a French company, with headquarters at Rio de Janeiro and agencies at Bahia and Para, is to cost S8,000,000, and the company is to operate the port until 1972, at which time the imdertaking wi U revert to the Brazilian Government.

Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. The bonds are to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and a sinking fund of $420,000 annually is to be applied to the payment of interest and, cumular tively, to the repayment of the principal moneys. Following is the latest statement, from figures compiled by the Biu'eau of Statistics, United States Department of Commerce and Labor, showing the value of the trade between the United States and the Latin American countries. As a receiver of exports the United Kingdom again leads, followed by France, Germany, Belgium, Brazil, and the United States. Africa Germany Austria Belgium Bolivia Brazil Chile Spain United States. Sweden Switzerland Turkey Venezuela 2,917 206,226 50 4,972 429,984 1,1GS 1,154 533,303 289,964 8,42$ 32,818 6,048,139 21,163 1,675 429.738 708 787 511,119 2,137,748 36,854 13,790 As compared with the preceding year, imports from Germany axe tlms shown to have increased 19.2 per cent; from Belgium, 30 per cent; from the United Kingdom, 3.2 per cent, and from Holland, 16.5 per cent, while those from France decreased 4.7 per cent, and from the United States, 1.6 per cent. The Federal Government, however, reserves to itself the right to redeem the concession commencing from the year 1922.

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Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. 81,017 218,130 667,221 4,320 2,136 409 13,115 1,221 807,687 Spanish. The School of Agriculture, equipped with all necessary elements, was inaugurated during the year. 16) : Mexico Cuba Braza Other South America Tobacco ( Tabaco; fumo; tab(u): Leaf {Enrama; em rama; non enfenüle manufacturée)— Cuba • Cigars, cigarettee, etc. The total exports of rubber from the western coast of Africa amounted to 17,000 tons in 1907 as compared with 17,200 in 1906. 1062 IKTBBNATIOKAIi BUBEAX7 OF THS AMEBICAK BEPUBLIC8. On January 31, 1908, the representatives of Bolivia and Peru signed at La Paz a convention to regulate, in accordance with the treaty of commerce and customs of November 27, 1905, the free transit of merchandise imported or exported through Moliendo, or any other port that the Peruvian Government may designate for the commert^e of Bolivia.XIV.— RïPÛBLi CA Dominicana 884 Comercio exterior en 1907— Ratificación de las convenciones sobre propiedad literaria y artística y derecho internacional. The Brazilian Government has appointed as its delegates to the Conference on Maritime Law, which meets at Brussels in May, 1908, Dr. The Department of Lidustry, Communications, and Pub Uc Works has extended to July 1, 1908, the time for submitting proposals for the construction of the railway from São Luiz to Caxias and branch line from São Luiz to Itaqui, in the State of Maranhão.XV.— Estados Unidos 898 Comercio con la América Latina— Servicio de vapores correos que hagan la trave- sía ¿ la América del Sud. XVni.— MAXIOO 904 Mensaje dej Presidente Díaz— Comercio exterior durante el primer semestre de 1907-8 — Datos estadisticos relativo» & la zafm de 1907— Base en plata de los im- puestos de tirobre y aduanas en abril de 19US — Lti explotación de guano— Precios de lo8 terrenos del Gobierno en 1908-9. Ro DBi GO Octavio de Langaard Menezes, Professor of inter- national law in the Faculty of Social and Juridical Science of Rio de Janeiro, and Lieut. A decree of March 7, 1908, authorizes a credit of 2,000,000 milreis for the extension of the main line of the Brazilian Central and branch line from Sabara to Ferros. Lourenço Baeta Neves to represent Brazil at the International Congress on Irrigation and Forests, which meets at Albuquerque, New Mexico, in May, 1908.Maintain attribution The Google "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. with the International Loans Company (Limited) of London, will be in the form of a bond issue to that amount secured by a special customs duty of $3.60 gold upon every 100 kilograms of imported merchan- dise and an export tax of $0.40 per quintal upon not less nor more than 500,000 quintals of coffee shipped yearly from the Republic during a period of twenty-one years. In the distribution of imports by countries of origin the United Kingdom heads the list, followed by Germany, the United States, France, Italy, and Belgium in the order named. The construction work, which is in the hands of a French company, with headquarters at Rio de Janeiro and agencies at Bahia and Para, is to cost S8,000,000, and the company is to operate the port until 1972, at which time the imdertaking wi U revert to the Brazilian Government.Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. The bonds are to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and a sinking fund of $420,000 annually is to be applied to the payment of interest and, cumular tively, to the repayment of the principal moneys. Following is the latest statement, from figures compiled by the Biu'eau of Statistics, United States Department of Commerce and Labor, showing the value of the trade between the United States and the Latin American countries. As a receiver of exports the United Kingdom again leads, followed by France, Germany, Belgium, Brazil, and the United States. Africa Germany Austria Belgium Bolivia Brazil Chile Spain United States. Sweden Switzerland Turkey Venezuela 2,917 206,226 50 4,972 429,984 1,1GS 1,154 533,303 289,964 8,42$ 32,818 6,048,139 21,163 1,675 429.738 708 787 511,119 2,137,748 36,854 13,790 As compared with the preceding year, imports from Germany axe tlms shown to have increased 19.2 per cent; from Belgium, 30 per cent; from the United Kingdom, 3.2 per cent, and from Holland, 16.5 per cent, while those from France decreased 4.7 per cent, and from the United States, 1.6 per cent. The Federal Government, however, reserves to itself the right to redeem the concession commencing from the year 1922.

]].40 per quintal upon not less nor more than 500,000 quintals of coffee shipped yearly from the Republic during a period of twenty-one years. In the distribution of imports by countries of origin the United Kingdom heads the list, followed by Germany, the United States, France, Italy, and Belgium in the order named. The construction work, which is in the hands of a French company, with headquarters at Rio de Janeiro and agencies at Bahia and Para, is to cost S8,000,000, and the company is to operate the port until 1972, at which time the imdertaking wi U revert to the Brazilian Government.

Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. The bonds are to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and a sinking fund of 0,000 annually is to be applied to the payment of interest and, cumular tively, to the repayment of the principal moneys. Following is the latest statement, from figures compiled by the Biu'eau of Statistics, United States Department of Commerce and Labor, showing the value of the trade between the United States and the Latin American countries. As a receiver of exports the United Kingdom again leads, followed by France, Germany, Belgium, Brazil, and the United States. Africa Germany Austria Belgium Bolivia Brazil Chile Spain United States. Sweden Switzerland Turkey Venezuela 2,917 206,226 50 4,972 429,984 1,1GS 1,154 533,303 289,964 8,42$ 32,818 6,048,139 21,163 1,675 429.738 708 787 511,119 2,137,748 36,854 13,790 As compared with the preceding year, imports from Germany axe tlms shown to have increased 19.2 per cent; from Belgium, 30 per cent; from the United Kingdom, 3.2 per cent, and from Holland, 16.5 per cent, while those from France decreased 4.7 per cent, and from the United States, 1.6 per cent. The Federal Government, however, reserves to itself the right to redeem the concession commencing from the year 1922.

.40 per quintal upon not less nor more than 500,000 quintals of coffee shipped yearly from the Republic during a period of twenty-one years. In the distribution of imports by countries of origin the United Kingdom heads the list, followed by Germany, the United States, France, Italy, and Belgium in the order named. The construction work, which is in the hands of a French company, with headquarters at Rio de Janeiro and agencies at Bahia and Para, is to cost S8,000,000, and the company is to operate the port until 1972, at which time the imdertaking wi U revert to the Brazilian Government.

Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. The bonds are to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and a sinking fund of 0,000 annually is to be applied to the payment of interest and, cumular tively, to the repayment of the principal moneys. Following is the latest statement, from figures compiled by the Biu'eau of Statistics, United States Department of Commerce and Labor, showing the value of the trade between the United States and the Latin American countries. As a receiver of exports the United Kingdom again leads, followed by France, Germany, Belgium, Brazil, and the United States. Africa Germany Austria Belgium Bolivia Brazil Chile Spain United States. Sweden Switzerland Turkey Venezuela 2,917 206,226 50 4,972 429,984 1,1GS 1,154 533,303 289,964 8,42$ 32,818 6,048,139 21,163 1,675 429.738 708 787 511,119 2,137,748 36,854 13,790 As compared with the preceding year, imports from Germany axe tlms shown to have increased 19.2 per cent; from Belgium, 30 per cent; from the United Kingdom, 3.2 per cent, and from Holland, 16.5 per cent, while those from France decreased 4.7 per cent, and from the United States, 1.6 per cent. The Federal Government, however, reserves to itself the right to redeem the concession commencing from the year 1922.

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Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. t '' k' INTERNATIONAL UNION OF AMERICAN REPUBLICS BULLETIN OF THE INTERNATIONAL BUREAU OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS \ 'J /. X.— Bolivia 769 Tin output in 1907— Opening of the Stock Exchange— Bolivian revenues at Arica, Chile, 1907— Railway progress in the Republic. These external protections are backed by a pier 1 ,295 meters long, and between the two piers there will be a channel 358 meters long, through which ships will have to pass to come alongside the quays.