The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41
[The late period at which the Exhibits from Fiji were received in Melbourne, and the necessarily hurried manner in which the various articles had to be arranged in the Court so that it might be opened to the public as early as possible, have prevented the compiler of the Fijian catalogue from attending to the classification of the different products. In order to preserve uniformity between the private and the official catalogues in the order and numbering of the Exhibits, there has been no alteration made in the arrangement.]
1 Paul Joske, Wai Dra, Middle Rewa.—Six stalks sugar-cane, aged 13 months.
2 Verata Plantation, Rewa River.—Six stalks Honolulu cane, aged nine months.
3 Paul Joske, Wai Dra.—Four stalks Honolulu cane, aged ten months.
4 Ellis & Jones, Casi Plantation, Rewa River.—Ten stalks Honolulu cane, aged seven months.
5 John Dodd, Lau Lau, Upper Rewa.—Bundle Honolulu cane, aged ten montns.
6 William Thomas, Wai Mana.—One tub growing cane, aged ten months.
7 T. F. Burness, Raki Raki, Vanu Levu.—Pyramid of leaf tobacco.
8 T. F. Burness, Vanu Levu.—Pyramid of leaf tobacco.
9 T. F. Burness, Vanu Levu.—Pyramid of leaf tobacco.
10 Hon. J. B. Thurston.—One bale cocoanut fibre.
11 Ryder Brothers, Mango Island.—One case cotton, in pod and seed.
12 H. L. Holmes, Bua, Vanua Levu.—One bag arrowroot.
13 H. L. Holmes, Bua, Vanua Levu.—One bag arrowroot.
14 H. L. Holmes, Bua, Vanua Levu.—One bag arrowroot.
15 H. L. Holmes, Bua, Vanua Levu.—One bag coffee.