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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

X. Mining Industries—Machinery and Products. — Class 82.—Mining and Metallurgy

X. Mining Industries—Machinery and Products.

Class 82.—Mining and Metallurgy.

86 Borneo Co., The, Limited, Sarawak.—Minerals and ores from the mines at Sarawak, Perak, Salak, and the cinnabar mines at Tegora.

87 Captain China, Selangor.—Fine tin and sand, coarse tin and quartz, coarse tin, tin ore in sand, tin ore, tin ingots, sample of clay.

88 Daly, D. D., Selangor.—Tinware—cheese and vegetable dishes, biscuit-boxes, beer-mugs, goblets, teapots, jugs, tray, and cup.

89 Foo Tye Sin, Penang.—Tin ores of Topai, Assam humbang, and Kamunting.

90 Government, The, Perak.—Specimens of strata and tin sand, from Kamunting, Tupai, and Assam Kumbang; Sungei trap, from the River Kinta; specimens of tin; tin ores; tin ores, from Relan Tugah (1000 ft above sea-level); tin ores, from Thaiping Hills (2000 ft. above sea-level); tin splashes, 160 and 80 catties; tin ingots; tinware—gogleta and trays, mugs with champagne cups.

91 Lim Teck Hee, Malacca.—Tin ores.

92 Resident, H.B.M.'S, Selangor.—8 mayams alluvial gold, from the gold mines at Pahang, Malay Peninsula.

93 Tan Teck Guam, Malacca.—Clay peculiar to the island of Pulo Opey, used for colouring walls.

94 Westerhout, J. E., Malacca.—Tin ore.

95 Whampoa & Co., Singapore.—Tinware.