Importation of Sisal and Manila Hemp: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Sixty-fourth Congress, First Session, on S. Res. 94, a Resolution Authorizing and Instructing the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry of the Senate to Investigate what Companies and Corporations are Engaged in the Imporatation of Sisal and Manila Hemp, Etc. [Feb. 17-Apr. 27, 1916] ... Printed for the Use of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, Volum 1
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. Subcommittee to Investigate the Introduction of Sisal and Manila Hemp and the Production of Binding Twine, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture and Forestry
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1916
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advance Alvarado amount answer Argumedo average bales bank binder twine bought CAMARA CANTON Carranza cents a pound CHAIRMAN Comision Reguladora committee contract cost dealers decree delivered DINKINS EVIA fact farm fiber figures FISHER freight FRENSDORF gentlemen give Government governor Hanson & Orth interest International Harvester International Harvester Co ladora letter of credit loans LORING LUKENS manila hemp manufacturers MAYER mean MEEHAN Mercado de Henequen Merida Mexican Mexico monopoly Montes month November Orleans paid Peabody Peabody & Co Peirce penitentiary pesos plantation planters Plymouth Cordage price of sisal production Progreso purchase question REED Reguladora Comision Reguladora del Mercado RENDON Salvador Alvarado sell Senator GRONNA Senator WADSWORTH sisal hemp SLOCUM sold SOLIS SPENCER statement TALCOTT tell testimony thing tion told United Ward Line WEXLER witness WOLFER York Yucatan farmer
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