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.
89 Brown, J. E., Conservator of Forests, Adelaide.—16 samples of South Australian timber, with accompanying sketches and pamphlets.
90 Cornish, J., & Co., Bark Grinders. Gorge.—Ground mimosa bark, mimosa powder, and bundle of stick bark.
91 Davenport, S., Beaumont.—Myall and sandalwood.page 113
91a Hardy, Arthur, M.P., Mount Lofty.—Cork from Quercus suber, grown at Mount Lofty, near Adelaide,
92 Peacock, W., & Sons, Merchants, Adelaide.—Chopped bark as sent to Europe, as delivered by stripper, rough and fine ground.
93 Pflaum & Co., Blumberg.—Black wattle bark (Acacia pyenanthe), ground for tanning purposes.
94 Schomburgk, R., Director of Botanic Gardens, Adelaide.—16 samples of South Australian timber, comprising specimens of forest trees.
95 Wilke, H., & Co., Port Adelaide.—(1) Port Mac-donnell ground wattle bark, (2) Adelaide wattle bark, (3) wattle gum, (4) Yacka gum.
Class 44.—Products of Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, and Spontaneous Products. Machines and Instruments connected therewith.
96 Bean Brothers, Wool Brokers. Adelaide.—Stuffed birds, from south-east district of the colony.
96a Bright, C. E., M.P., Gawler.-(1) Alligator's egg and shells, from Northern Territory; (2) fossils, from Hanging Rocks, Mount Gambier.
97 South Australian Institute, The Board of Governors of Adelaide.—Collection of native animals, stuffed; also birds.
Class 45.—Agricultural Products not used for Food.
98 Angas, J. H., Stockholder, Collingrove.—(1) Lincoln lambskin, dressed; (2) samples of wool, and photographs of sheep.
99 Chamber of Manufactures. Adelaide.—Silk cocoons, raw flax, and sea-island cotton.
100 Goyder, G., jun., manufacturer, Adelaide.—Almond, colza, linseed, and sunflower oils.
101 Hardy, T., Vigneron, Bankside.—Almond oil.
102 Holtze, M., Government Gardener, Palmerston.—Oils, ground-nut seed and plant, Upland cotton, Ramee fibre and tobacco.
103 Murray, J., Stockholder, Mount Crawford.—Samples of wool.
104 Nitschke, W., Distiller, Hackney.—Samples eucalyptus oil, oil of Melaleuca uncinata, and fusil oil.
105 Rogers, A. H., Farmer, Ashburne.—Beeswax.
106 Sanders, J., & Co., Stockholders, Mount Crawford.—Samples of wool.
107 Todd, C., C.M.G.. Postmaster-General.—Samples wool, grown off ration sheep at telegraph station in centre of Australia.
Class 46.—Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products.
108 Bickford, A. M., & Son, Wholesale Druggists, Adelaide.—Aërated waters—viz., soda-water, lemonade, ginger ale, ginger beer, sarsaparilla.
109 Burford, W. H., & Sons, Soap and Candle Makers, Adelaide.—Superior yellow soap.
110 Centauri, A., Veterinary Surgeon, Adelaide.—"Time" metal polish.
111 Conigrave, B. H. & N., Manufacturers, Macclesfield.—Aërated waters, assorted.
112 Evans, W.. Valet, Government House, Adelaide.—Boot varnish.
113 Hall, G., & Sons, Aërated Water Manufacturers, Norwood.—Aërated waters—viz., soda, seltzer, tonic, lemonade, ginger ale, sarsaparilla.
114 Malpas, W. H., Adelaide.—Patent anti-ant compound.
115 Tidmarsh, J., Soap and Candle Maker, Adelaide.—(1) Stearine, (2) stearine candles, (3) soap.
116 Tocchi, A, Salt Works, Yorketown.—Salt-unrefined, fine, butchers', table, and lump.
Class 48.—Leather and Skins.
117 Commissioners for South Australia, The.—Rugs and skins of indigenous animals.
118 Green, J. J., Leather Merchant, Adelaide.—Leather—harness, sole, kids, calfskins, wallaby, basils, colonial-made boot uppers.