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Browsing The Tea and Coffee Trade Journal by Issue Date

Browsing The Tea and Coffee Trade Journal by Issue Date

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  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    Rio de Janeiro, Feb. 2, 1934. – Following the audit of Brazil’s retained stocks of coffee by the Brazilian Institute of Accountancy and the English chartered accountants, Mac Auliffe, Davis, Bell &Co., the National Department ...
  • Unknown author (1934-05)
    “Destruction of coffee in Brazil to April 30 totaled 26,810,000 bags, according to cables received by the New York Coffee & Sugar Exchange. Destruction has been accelerated after a sharp decrease in rate during the first ...
  • Unknown author (1934-05)
    Recent issues of Medeiros‟ Bulletin contain some interesting comments on Brazil coffee propaganda by Mr. Carl Hellwig, a Santos coffee exporter, who reviews Brazil‟s propaganda efforts in various countries, analyzes the ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    Dr. Oswaldo Aranha, the newly appointed Ambassador of Brazil to the United States, arrived in New York on the Rex, from Italy, on September 13 th . In the Brazilian Committee of the Pan American Society at the Waldorf-Astroia. ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    São Paulo, August 18, 1934, - Upon the completion of the tour of the Brazil coffee Delegation, issued [...] official statement to press, giving the delegation’s impressions of the trip and expressing appreciation of ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    Coffee deliveries to world consumption during July and August – the first two months of the crop year – were 3,575 bags, against 3,811,304 bags in the same period of 1933 – a decline of 6.5 per cent. In the United States ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    F. Eugen Nortz, of Nortz & Co., coffee brokers, New York, returned from a visit to Europe and Brazil, on the “Southern Cross”, September 13 th . He made the trip from Europe to Brazil by Zeppelin, reaching Brazil on August ...
  • Ukers, William H. (1934-09)
    Americans are beginning to understand something of the vastness of Brazil . If all Brazil’s twenty-one states were fitted into the United States there would be enough left over for a state larger than Texas. In area it is ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    Mr. Feugen Nortz, of Nortz & Co., New York , who with his son, Paul Nortz the latter a member of the United States Delegation of coffee traders visiting Brazil has been marking a detailed study of coffee growing conditions ...
  • Ukers, William H. (1934-09)
    Rolling down to Rio is very different in 1934 from what is was 46 years ago when Louis R. Gray of Arbuckle’s’ first made the trip; or in 1898 when Leslie C. Greenland came out from England. And the late Jock Mc Kinlay, ...
  • Dalton, Jack (1934-09)
    When the editor told me to slip into his suit-case and go along as reporter for the doings of the group of coffee men invited to visit Brazil as guests of the National Coffee Department, I was delighted to accept the ...
  • Unknown author (1934-10)
    A resolution of the Banco do Brasil reads: “In accordance with the proposal of the Director of the Exchange Department of the Banco do Brasil and the approval of Federal Foreign Trade Council, complying with the terms of ...
  • Unknown author (1934-10)
    The coffee trade during September had little incentive for activity and was generally slow. A declining market characterized the beginning of the month and the succeeding weeks registred a few points up or down with the ...
  • Unknown author (1934-10)
    The Department Nacional do Café makes public the contents of a letter received by Dr. Armando Vidal, President of that organization, from Dr. Arthur Torres Filho, First Vice President, acting as President of the Sociedade ...
  • Unknown author (1934-11)
    With almost nothing of an eventual character to affect it either way, the trading on the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange from the beginning of the month registered a few points lower for two-thirds of the trading days, ...
  • Unknown author (1934-11)
    Although not on the official listo f the American Coffee Delegation during its recent visit to São Paulo, Mr. Willian H. Ukers, Editor and Publisher of THE TEA AND COFFEE TRADE JOURNAL, made a call of courtesy upon the ...
  • Ukers, William H. (1934-11)
    Although coffee is not indigenous to Brazil, the Fates have made it the world’s greatest coffee-producing country. The area suitable for coffee cultivation covers 1,158,000 square miles, more than one-third the area of ...
  • Unknown author (1935-03)
    Hopes of the end of the year that there would be an advance in coffee prices seem, as yet, unrealized. There is more or less trade talk of greater warehoused stocks in the country than were anticipated at that time. The ...
  • Unknown author (1935-03)
    The drop in the price of Brazil coffees due to new Exchange regulations, which permit drafts to be sold to any authorized bank which in turn sells the Bank of Brazil coffees now more attractive in comparison with Central ...
  • Unknown author (1935-05)
    Dr. Cesário Coimbra, who has been appointed a Director of the Departamento Nacional do Café (DNC), has tendered his resignation as President of the São Paulo Coffee Institute, which position, however, he will continue to ...

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