The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41
Class 70.—Meat and Fish
Class 70.—Meat and Fish.
220 Beardmore, F. J. W., Cooktown.—Assortment of bêche-de-mer, preserved in spirit, from Reef Fishery, 10 miles from Cooktown.
221 Beardmore & Olive, Cooktown.—Collection of bêche-de-mer, dried.
222 Hartley, W. J., & Co., Cooktown.—Collection of bêche-de-mer, from Barrier Reef.
223 Lake, Captain, Sydney.—Specimens of bêehe-de-mer, preserved in spirits, from the Barrier Reef, 30 miles E.N.E. from Cooktown.
224 Municipal Council, Bowen.—Collection of bêche-de-mer, dried.
225 Skinner, B., Fortitude Valley.—Assortment of preserved meats, consisting of savoury tongues and delicacies for breakfast and luncheon.
226 Skinner, B., Fortitude Valley.—Preserved turtle, in soup, jelly, stewed, &c., for use of invalids; also potted dugong.
227 Skinner, B., Fortitude Valley.—Trophy of preserved meats.
228 Staiger, K. T., F.L.S.—One jar bêche-de-mer, in spirits of wine.
229 Stiller & Co., Amity Point, Moreton Bay.—Dugong bacon.
230 stiller & Co., Amity Point, Moreton Bay.—Dugong lard, a sovereign remedy by outward application and absorption for defective nutrition.