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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

V. Raw and Manufactured Products

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V. Raw and Manufactured Products.

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

171 Auckland Harbour Board, Auckland.—Specimens of Australian and New Zealand timber, showing the action of "Teredo navalis."

172 Bagnall Brothers & Co., Thames.—Sample board of Kahikatea.

173 Beckenham, J., Nelson.—Section of a stump of flowering fuchsia-tree.

174 Blair, W. N.. Dunedin, Engineer-in-Chief for the South Island.—Polished and named samples of New Zealand woods.

175 Campbell, Dr. L., Auckland.—Two slabs of kauri pine.

176 Colonial Museum of New Zealand, Wellington.—Collection of timbers, showing results of experiments for determining strength.

177 Cumming, A., Hokitika.—Slab of mottled silver pine.

178 Denne, J. G., Nelson.—Block of totara wood, suitable for veneering.

179 Fletcher, J. E., Collingwood, Nelson.—Plank of yellow pine timber, and section of same with bark.

180 George, J. C., Taranaki.—Specimens of New Zealand woods, polished and rough.

181 Grayling, W. I., Taranaki.—Tanning, dyeing, and medical extracts.

182 Guthrie, R., Dunedin.—31 samples, polished and named, of New Zealand timbers.

183 Haast, Prof. J. von, Ph.D., F.R.S.—Timbers of Canterbury and Westland.

184 Halcombe, A. F., Fielding. Wellington.—Native ornamental woods. Table top, showing totara knot and honeysuckle (Rewa-Rewa).

185 Hokianga Saw-Mill Co., Hokianga (per Greenfield & Stewart), Wellington.—Four pieces of kauri.

186 Hokitika Local Committee, Hokitika.—Specimens of timber from Westland.

187 Holdship, G., Auckland.—Specimens of large kauri timber.

188 Hornby, J., Picton.—Two planks of rimu, polished.

189 Hornby, J., Picton.—21 specimens of New Zealand woods.

190 Isaacs, E., Auckland.—Kauri timber, showing the natural formation of kauri gum.

191 M'Connon, W., Hokitika.—Totara timber knot.

192 New Zealand Commissioners, Wellington.—Fine specimen of kauri timber.

193 Norrie, W., Cabinetmaker, Auckland.—Ornamental timbers, from New Zealand forests.

194 Otago Museum, Dunedin.—Native timber of Otago. Portion of totara log worked with stone adzes.

195 Robertson & Co., Queenstown, Otago.—Samples of birch totara.

196 Stone, R., Thames.—Veneers of colonial woods.

197 Sullivan, M., Basket Maker, Dunedin.-Six large and six small baskets, made from New-Zealand supplejack.

198 Tapper, R. & A., Invercargill.—Specimens of timber from Southland.

199 Wilding & Ball, Napier.—New Zealand timber and bark, for tanning.

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

200 Baker Brothers, Wellington.—Collection of articles manufactured from kauri gum.

201 Bertinshaw, G., Furrier, Dunedin.—Samples of rabbit and hare skins, and furs.

202 Bush, Capt. H., Thames.—350 specimens of kauri gum, comprising all known qualities found in Zew Zealand.

203 Carpenter, W., Thames.—Specimens of kauri gum.

204 Daniel, W., Dipton, Southland.—Rabbit skins.

205 Elder, W., Dunedin.—Sample of sea-elephant oil.

206 Hamilton, A., Petane, Napier.—Illustrations of New Zealand zoology—Boar's skull.

207 Hull Brothers, Auckland.—Kauri gum, in its various forms and conditions.

208 Hull, jun., & Co., Auckland.—Kauri gum (ordinary market samples).

209 Invercargill Local Committee, Invercargill.—Stuffed specimens of fish.

210 Liardet, H. E., Wellington—Furrier's work (muffs, tippets, and other articles), made from New Zealand skins and feathers.

211 Mitcheson, E., Dargaville, Auckland.-Samples of kauri gum.

212 Parker, Prof. T. J., Otago Museum, Dunedin.—Stuffed king penguins; also, skeleton and egg.

213 Parker, Prof., Otago Museum, Dunedin.—Sea crayfish (Palinurus Kdwardsii), preserved so as to retain its natural colour and flexibility.

214 Paton, H. I., Bay of Islands.—Kauri gum ornaments.

215 Reischek, A.. Naturalist, Auckland.-Two groups of New Zealand birds.

216 Ross, A. Y., Gisborne.—Petroleum (crude state).

217 Thames Produce Co. Limited., Thame?.—Three cases kauri gum.

Class 45.—Agricultural Products not used for Food.

218 Bevan, T., jun., Foxton.—Rope and lines made from New Zealand flax.

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219 Cameron, H., Hokitika.—Bale of flax.

220 Canterbury Agricultural & Pastoral Association, Christchurch.-Dressed fibre, from European flax grown in New Zealand; plough lines.

221 Chinnery, C., Rangiora, Canterbury.—New Zealand flax (dressed), twine.

222 Colonial Museum of New Zealand.—Phorinium tenax—samples showing preparation of fibre and application to useful purposes.

223 Fulton, C., Blenheim.—Sample of flax.

224 King, W. R., New Plymouth.—Flax kits, made by Maoris.

225 Robertson, A., Dye Works, Nelson.—Phormium tenax, or New Zealand flax.

226 Ross, A. Y., Gisborne.—Tobacco leaf.

227 Saeffer, B., Wellington.—Hand-made cigarettes, made by the exhibitor.

228 Seed, J., Southbrook, Canterbury.—Flax, tow, rope, and twine.

Class 46.—Chemical and Pharmaceutical Products.

229 Bennett, P., Thames.—Raw and calcined hematite, and specimen board showing tint effects.

230 Bennett, F., Thames.—Specimens of raw and manufactured hematite.

231 Gomez, J., Bulls. Rangitikei.—Soda-water, lemonade, and sarsaparilla.

232 Hitchens, H. A. H., Auckland.—Vegetable compound for purifying the blood.

233 Hokitika Local Committee, Hokitika.—Dozen mineral waters, from Waihoauri, Westlaud.

234 Innes, W., Port Chalmers.—Five pint bottles cod liver oil, warranted pure.

235 Kitchen & Sons, Wellington.—Candles and soaps.

236 M'Leod Brothers, Crown Soap and Candle Works, Dunedin.—Stearine candles, soaps.

237 Neil, J., Herbalist, Dunedin.—Selection of botanic medicines.

Class 48.—Leather and Skins.

238 Collier, T., Nelson.—Sample of parchment made by hand.

239 Crossley, H., & Co., Wellington.—Salted pelts, prepared for shipment.

240 Walton, H., Glen Craigie, Wcllington.—Basils (white, brown, and black).