Bulletin Of The Pan American Union, Vol. 40: January-June, 1915 (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Vol. 40: January-June, 1915 Steamship service to be established with Valparaiso Sugar output of State of Pernambuco purchased Sulphur discovered in State of Pernambuco Tariff on cereals reduced Telegraph line from Matto Grosso to Amazonas completed Treaty, commercial, between Brazil and France; Wines in Rio de J aneiro supply of German and French Wo...
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