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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

V. Raw and Manufactured Products

V. Raw and Manufactured Products.

Class 43.—Products of the Cultivation of Forests and of the Trades appertaining thereto.

67 Government, Central Provinces.—Stick lac, with lac crushed and the stick separated, from Jubbulpore.

68 Government, Central Provinces.—Seed lac, after the dye has been washed out, known as "cleaned seed lac," from Jubbulpore.

69 Government, Central Provinces.—The lac dye washed out of crushed lac, and strained, pressed, and dyed, from Jubbulpore.

70 Government, Central Provinces.—The lac dye, refuse of lac dye, bought by native dyers, from Jubbulpore.

71 Government, Central Provinces.—Sifting of cleaned seed lac, too fine to work into shell lac, from Jubbulpore.

72 Government, Central Provinces.—Shell lac made from cleaned seed lac, and known as "second orange" of commerce, from Jubbulpore.

73 Government, Central Provinces.—Shell lac made from medium-sized seed, and known as "European liver" of commerce, from Jubbulpore.

74 Government, Central Provinces.-Refuse taken from the bags in which the seed lac is heated to make shell lac, from Jubbulpore.

75 Government, Central Provinces.-Refuse from the vats in which the shell lac straining-bags are boiled, from Jubbulpore.

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76 Government Central Provinces.—Bahera kernel, from Seoni, Central Provinces.

77 Government, Central Provinces.—Sebesten plum, from Seoni, Central Provinces.

78 Government, Central Provinces.—Bahera fruit, from Seoni, Central Provinces.

79 Government, Central Provinces.—Raw lac, from Raipur, Central Provinces.

80 Government, Central Provinces.—Myrabolan or terminalia galls, used as a dye, and an astringent; from Jubbulpore and Raipur.

81 Government, Central Provinces.—The marking-nut, called "bhilawan."

82 Government, Central Provinces.—Resin of the Shorea robusta, called "Rall" or dammar.

Class 44.—Products of Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, and Spontaneous Products. Machines and Instruments connected therewith.

83 Government, Central Provinces.—Mhowa flowers, from which a spirit is distilled; and mhowa seed, from which an oil is made.

84 Government, Central Provinces.—Seeds of edible water lily, from Mandla, Central Provinces.

85 Government, Central Provinces.—Seeds of another variety of water lily.

86 Government, Central Provinces.—Chirongi. The fruit is eaten.

87 Government, Central Provinces.—Indian wild arrowroot, from Bálághat, Central Provinces.

88 Government, Central Provinces.—Zizyphus or jujube fruit, which when fresh or dried is eaten by the poorer classes.

89 Government, Central Provinces.—Cotton of the semal tree, from Bálághat, Central Provinces.

90 Government, Central Provinces.—Salaigum. From this gum the best frankincense is made.

91 Government, Central Provinces.—Bael, or Bengal quince. This fruit is used in medicine, and is eaten by the hill natives.

92 Government, Central Provinces.—Aonla, eaten as a pickle, and used as medicine.

93 Government, Central Provinces.—Wild arrowroot, and wild arrowroot flour, from Bhandara, Central Provinces.

94 Government, Central Provinces.—Bechandi. It is obtained from a gum, and resembles arrowroot.

Class 45.—Agricultural Products not used for Food.

95 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Grass oil, from the Andropogon Schoenanthus, used as a rubefacient in rheumatism, from Nirnar.

96 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Cotton of the white silk cotton tree, from Bálághat, Central Provinces.

97 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Salai fruit, from Bálághat, Central Provinces.

98 Government, Central Provinces.—Gingelly, black, white, and red varieties, from Narsinghpur, Central Provinces.

99 Government, Central Provinces.—Morinda and morinda powder (the root of Morinda tinctoria, a dye, of red colour), from Narsinghpur.

100 Government, Central Provinces.—Jagni, or black tilli.

101 Government, Central Provinces.—Heart-leaved madder. The root is known as East Indian madder.

102 Government, Central Provinces.—Castor oil seed, from Wardha, Central Provinces.

103 Government, Central Provinces.—Linseed, from Wardha, Central Provinces.

104 Government, Central Provinces.—Cotton (two varieties), from Wardha, Central Provinces.

105 Government, Central Provinces.—Cotton seed.

106 Government, Central Provinces.—Castor oil seed and mustard seed, from Nagpur, Central Provinces.

107 Government. Central Provinces.—Safllower seed, cultivated for oil.

108 Government, Central Provinces.—Cotton, from Nagpur, Central Provinces.

109 Government, Central Provinces.—Cotton-bolls, from Nagpur.

110 Government, Central Provinces.—Turmeric, long-rooted, from Nagpur.

111 Government, Central Provinces.—Safflower, from Nagpur.

112 Government, Central Provinces.—Nankin cotton and nankin cotton-bolls, from Nagpur.

113 Government, Central Provinces.—Sunn (Crotalaria juncea), from Nagpur.

114 Government, Central Provinces.—Hemp-leaved hibiscus seed and niger seed, from Nagpur.

115 Government, Central Provinces.—Cotton (common quality) and cotton-bolls (common quality), from Wardha, Central Provinces.

116 Government, Central Provinces.—Cotton-bolls (first quality) and cotton-bolls, from Wardha.

117 Government. Central Provinces.—Sunn (Crotalaria juncea), and hemp-leaved hibiscus fibre, from Raipur, Central Provinces.

118 Government, Central Provinces.—Castor oil seed and safflower seed, from Raipur, Central Provinces.

119 Government, Central Provinces.—25 cocoons of the tasar moth (Bombyx paphia), from Bilaspur.

120 Government, Central Provinces.—20 selected large tasar cocoons, and 20 selected small tasar cocoons, from Sambalpur.

121 Government, Central Provinces.—12 cocoons of the tasar moth (Bombyx paphia), from Bhandara, Central Provinces.

122 Government, Central Provinces. Cotton, from Chanda, Central Provinces.