The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41
Class 43.—Products of the Cultivation of Forests and of the Trades appertaining thereto
Class 43.—Products of the Cultivation of Forests and of the Trades appertaining thereto.
56 Botanic Gardens.—Collection of Queensland timbers, by Walter Hill, Colonial Botanist, and Director of Botanic Gardens, Brisbane.
57 Government of Queensland.—Ornamental stand, with 142 cups turned and polished, illustrating the varieties of indigenous timber.
58 Government of Queensland.—Ornamental stand, with turned and polished cups and drops, illustrating 133 varieties of indigonous timber.
59 Botanic Gardens, Brisbane.—Barks, medicinal and tanning.
60 Cooke, W. D., West wood.—Collection of native woods, polished.
61 Gordon, J., Townsville.—Mangrove bark.page 95
62 Macpherson, A., Brisbane.—Timbers: collection of polished specimens, useful and ornamental, collected and prepared by exhibitor.
63 Petrie, J.. Brisbane.—Timbers: cedar board and piece yellow-wood.
64 Pettigrew, Hon. W., M.L.C., Brisbane.—Trophy of mouldings, illustrative of varieties of Queensland woods.
65 Queensland Commission.—Timbers, polished.
66 Queensland Government.—Trophy of wood panels, polished, showing varieties of Queensland timbers.
67 Queensland Government.—Cross section of Queensland kauri pine, grown at Noosa, cut 12 feet from the ground.
68 Rockhampton Committee.—60 varieties of new native timbers.
69 Rockhampton Committee.—Collection of indigenous timbers of the Rockhampton district (50 varieties), polished.
70 Spence, D., Cairns.—Collection of indigenous woods.
71 Sturgess. H., Rockhampton.—Trophy of turnery work, executed to display indigenous timbers.
72 staiger, K. T., F.L.S., Brisbane.—Duboisia leaves (dried, loose, and pressed).
73 staiger, K. T., F.L.S.—Pterosigma viscum (Queensland bitter bark), 10 lb., with preserved twigs of the tree.
74 staler, K. T., F. L. S.—Alstonia constricta (quinine bark), 15 lb.