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ANNUAL REPORT 



I'UREAU OF INDUSTRIES 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



1900. 



PART I.-AGKICULTUKAL STATISTICS. 

PART II.-CHATTEL MORTGAGES. 



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(PUBLISHED BY TbE 1JNTARI0 DEPARTMENT OT AGRICULTURE, TOROlfTO.) 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO. 




TOBOffTO: 

Printed and Published by L. K. Cameron. 

Fiiotai to the King's Most Eio^aC Majesty. 



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NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



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ONTARIO BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



PARTS I. AND II. 



1900. 



To TBM Honorable the Minister of Agriculture : 

Sir, — I have the honor to present herewith Part I. of the Mneteenth Annual Report of 
the Bureau of Industries, bein^ the Agricultural Statistics of Ontario for the year lUOO ; also 
Fart n. relating to Chattel Mortgages. 

I have the honor to be. Sir, 

Your obedient Servant. 

C. C. JAMES, 

Secretary. 
Toronto, August 28th, 1901. 



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CONTENTS. 



PART I.-AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. 

PAGE. 

Tbb Wiathib : General review, thowiDg the monthly temperature, rainfall^ and sunshinelfor the ten 

yean 189M900 7 

VaQSiAnoN : Spring Seeding 9 

Tm Gbain Crops * General deBoription as to condition and harvest. 

FaUWheat 10 

Spring Wlieat 10 

Barley 11 

Oals 11 

P^as 11 

Beana . .s 11 

1^ 11 

Bnekwlieat 12 

Com 12 

Hat and Glotbb : General description 12 

Qover seed 12 

Fnu> Roots : General description. 

Potatoee 12 

Carrots 12 

ifangela... 13 

^nrnipe 18 

Sogar Beets 18 

Fbcit and Fbuit Tbeks : General description 13 

MlBOILLANBOVS '. 

Flax 18 

HiH» 14 

Loeense 14 

BMfe 14 

Toibacoo 14 

Soffghnm 14 

Tlia Canning Business 14 

Farm Improvements 14 

Threshing and Marketing 14 

FallPlowing 14 

Live Svook and thb Daibt : General review as to condition in 1900. 

LiveStoek '. 14 

Average value per bead 15 

The Dairy 16 

Cheese Factories 16 

GtmmeneB 16 

Pmiltry 16 

The Apiary 16 

Iabos akd Wages : General condition, with statistics of average wages of farm laborers and domestic 

servants tor ten years 17 

SriTBTics OF THE Weatheb ! Showing details by months and stations or districts. 

Temperature, 1900 18 

Temperature, 1882-1900 .'. 19 

Bain and Snow *lS^^n^. 

Simshine ' •* '^^ 

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Toronto Observatory 82 

Register »b Lake Temiscamingue S3 

ItvRAL Abba Assessed : Showing by counties as taken by mnnioipal assesdors for 1900, the total are «, 
acres eleared, acres in tooodland and acres in swampf tnarsh, or waste Umds ; also totals for the 
Province f or^t he ten years 1891-1900 24 

SiATisTioa OF Field Chops : Showing by counties the area, produce and market values for the year 
19G0, together with totals for the Province for the past ten years, and the averages for tie 
period 18824900 ; also the averages per acre. 

Fall Wheat .... 

Spring Wheat , 

Barley 

Oat — a* 

Peas -- 17 

Beans W 

Rye 28 

Buckwheat 28 

Com 29 

Potatoes . . , 2© 

Carrots 51 

Mangel-wurzels * 31 

Turnips .'. ,^3l 

Hay and clover 

All field crops as above 

Ratios of areas undeb bach Cbop in 1900 peb 1,000 aobes op olbabed land 88 

Pastube—Obohabd— Vineyard— Apples 3* 

Statistics of Live Stock : Showing by counties the number and value of stock on hand Jul^ 1, 190O. 
together with the number and value of those sold or slaughtered during the year ending June 
30, 1900 ; also comparative totals for the Province. 

Horses 36 

Cattle 36 

Sheep 37 

Hogs 38 

Poultry , 39 

Wool : Showing by counties the clip in 1900 40 

Bees : Showing by counties the number of colonies and value (including outfit) 40 

Values of Fabm Pboperty : Showing by counties the value oifarm land, farm buildings, impUmentt, 

and live stock . . . 41 

Farm values per acre occupied , 42 

Value of buildings, implements, and live stock per acre cleared 42 

Rentals of leased farms 42 

Market Prices : Showing for the leading markets of Ontario the average prices of agricultural pc«»- 

ducts for the last six months of 1900, with comparative averages for the Province for ten yeAr< 43 

Cheese Factories : Showing by counties the number of cheese factories in operation in 1900, thf) 
quantity and value of cheese made, the number of patrons and the amount p»id to patrons, 
together with the totals for the Province for ten years 44 

PART II.-CHATTEL MORTGAGES. 

Chattel Mortgages on Record ; Showing by counties the number and amount of chattel mortgagee 
on record and undischarged on December 31, 1900, against (1) all occup]ktion<, (2) farmers ; 
also totals for the Province for ten years 46 



Index ..* 47 



ONTARIO BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



PART I.-AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. 




THE WEATHEIi. 

Among Bhe raoHt important fftutora in the growing of crops are the cbiracter of the auil 
d the-nature of the tillage ; but in uddition to these the range of temperature and the extent 
„._d diBtribution of the precipitation are also to be lakeii into consideration, as well aa the 
wnonntrif sunshine afforded for the proper maturing of certain plants, graina and fruite. The 
following table gives the records of temperature, rain and anow fall, and sunshine, during cer- 
tain periods which may be regarded as the growing season of 1900. 

Tbmpbratukb. The following table gives the average temperature of the Province for the 
calendar year, the mean tor the ail montha from April to September inclusive^practioally the 
growing season — for the past ten years, and also the average for the nineteen jrears, 1882- 1900, 



January . . 
February . 
March . 

M«y 

Angiist . , 
Septt 
OotobBi 

December . . 



iher . 



Z The ten stations from which the above averages ara derived are situated at Saugeen (Bruce 
Co.), Birnam (Lambton), London (Middlesex), Woodstock (Oxford), Stoney Creek (Wentworth), 
Toronto (York), Lindsay (Victoria). Gravenhurst (Muskoka), Ottawa (Carleton) and Rooklitfe 
(Renfrew). The details will be found in Tables i and u (pages 13 and 19). 

The mean temperature tor thesis months April -September was 60.8, being 2.2 above the 
ararago for the nineteen years, and exceeding the record of any year in the table. The mean 
temperature for the whole year was 45", being 1.8" above the average for the nineteen years, 
although failing to reach the records for 1894 and 1898. February was the coldest month in 1900 
aad August the hottest ; while for the ninetea-n years' period January was the coldest month 
a«d July the hottest. 

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Pkecifitatiok. The following table gives the fall of rain and enow in the winter montht 
for ten years, together with the average for the nineteen years 1882-1900. An in oh of rain ia 
the eciuiTalent of ten inches of snow. 




Yen. 


Navember, 


December. 


Ja.wy. 


F.b™„. 


„ . 1 Total (or 
""""■ 1 five iiionChs. 


- 


fu™. 


Sdow. 


R.in. 


....^ 


Rain. 


Sddw. 


lUin. 


Snow, 


Rain. 


Soow.lBain. 
1 


Snow. 




in. 


in. 


m. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


Id. 


in. 


in. 


in. 1 in. 


in. 




1900 


1 la 


1.0 


2. IB 


14. e 


0,72 


15.8 l.BB 


28.8 


068 


IS. 8 


8.31 


76.9 


■ 




1899 


1.67 


9.6 


0,74 


21.6 


1.50 


13 2 0.76 


8.0 


1.78 


22.1 


6.46 


77.6 




r • 


189B 


3 40 


S.9 


1 73 


17. B 


1 47 


18.2 0,60 


18.9 ' 2.43 


1 


9.62 


64.6 






1B97 


3.61 


e,2 


0,-^7 


9fl 1.15 


17 3 


0.89 


14.1 1 1,62 


13.7 


6,44 


69.9 






1896 


3.47 


7 7 


2.22 ta 2 6iS 


17.1 


48 


34.6 j 0.74 


11 4 


6.64 


73.9 






18BB 


78 


11.4 


1,49 6,6 


0.77 1 31.3 


0.08 


12.0 


0,41 


10.8 


3.63 


73.1 






189* 


1.97 


9.9 


1.85 


28 3 


91 1 14.0 


0,69 


15.1 


1.15 


4.8 


6.47 


70.0 






1893 


2 09 


10.8 


0.88 


11. fl 


43 25 5 


0.73 


24.3 


1-19 


6.4 


5.12 


77.6 






1893 


3.91 


7.4 


1.84 


6.4 


0.44 31 7 


OM 


16.7 1 0.6O 


7.7 


7,35 


69.9 






1891 


2.46 


4,3 


0.35 


20 1 


1-37 18.9 


1 77 


13. B 1.46 


19.7 


7.41 


71,3 






1883-1900.... 


8 13 


8.4 


1.35 


16.S 


1,06 20.3 


0.97 


16.7 1.07 


11.9 


6,67 


73,8 




r The rftinfall of the Province for the five months was 6.21 inches, or .36 inch leas than the 
average tor the nineteen years. The snowfall, however, measured 70.9 inches, or 4.3 inches 
more than the average for the years 1882-1900. December was the only month that closely 
approached its own record for both rain and snowfall, the month of November being farthest 
from ita average in this respect. The snowfall of February exceeded that of any month during 
the ten years, and that month also haa the largest average snowfalL 

The growing season, however, is limited mainly to the six months .\pril -September, and the 
following table gives the rainfall during these months for tlio past ten years, together with the 
averages for nineteen years 1862-1EH)U. 




Montha. 


190D- 


1899. 


1398. 


1897. 


1896. 


1895. 


1894. 


1803. 


1892. 


1891. 


1882- 
1900. 






in. 


in. 


iD. 


ID. 


in. 


In. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 






1.44 


1.10 


1,45 


2.63 1.26 
3.38 2.10 


1.49 


099 
5.72 


2.81 
3.35 


1,15 
3.64 


1,77 
1.07 


1.63 

2.84 


, 








S.83 
3.96 


3.« 

2 78 


2.88 
1.11 




1.81 

2.03 


1.73 


3.15 
2,44 


4.54 
2.73 


1,81 
3.60 


8.80 
2.63 




Joir 


5.36 


2.79 




ADgUSt 


3.15 


0.81 


3,61 


2.63 


2.86 


2 81 


0.84 2.67 


426 


3 93 


3. BO 






















3.84 


2,03 


2,63 






■^r.,;".-:-)"." 


14.30 


13.40 117.64 


16.87 


12-73 


IB. 82 ,16,16 


20.16 


14 14 


14.91 




, fart 


The total rainfall tor the sis months was 16.4 inches, or 1.77 inches more than the ave 
be iiJaetsea jeara. Ju]^ was the wettest month in 1900, although third in tho record 
tjtatioo for tbe 1882-1900 period ; while April is credited wit^ tl^e \eart lavuMV botb 
u- and for the niaeteen fears' period. 


rage 

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BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES, ■ 



Sunshine. In. the following table a corap»riHon of eaoli of the moiitha of the year is given 
(or the paat ton years of the nverage hoots of sunahine in the Province, as derived from the 
reconia of the stations at V^'oodatnoV, Tovniito, Barrie, Lindaaj and Kingatun. The average for 
years 1882 1900 is alsu giv^n, as well aa the totala for the calendar year, and for 
montha April -September. 






dep ember, 
Oi^bec . . . 
!f ovember . 



Total for 



pi. -Sep 



340 2 



274,3 



l| 60. al 



9 204S.4 



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^^"taneteen years ; while for the aix growing months 12fi moi 
' about 67 per cent, of the possible. 

Details of temperature, precipitation, and sunshine 



I 



i 3 7S 74.6 



70 4 
93 7 1 
148.3 188 I 179.6 



.2 S62 4 i 

I 
4 237.1 168.0 

2 161.0 I 

.0 60,8 69 8 



228. 



''Ill 
.91 1441. 01 1 »99 134H 11412.01388 11279,1 



111441.01 



174- 



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21G 2 190.7 195 

ieB.4| 229 6 213, 

201.4 246 B 2B2 

I I I 

31S-1 249.2 273.9 

231,8, 2L7.S 



t] 231 



273.9 ^^m 
242.6 j^^l 
193.0 '^^l 



VEGETATION. 

When correspondents wrote on the 1st of May the growing aeason was desoribed as being 
rather ha kward,<i«inKti> the prevalence of frostsand cold winds, and the lauk of rain. The grass 
wu in exuellent condition, and had made a griod start, ulthoutth in some localities it was too short 
an) scanty for the pasturing of cattle, but the proapecta were favorable for a bountiful yield if 
rains and warm weather set in. So far as there was any difference by reason of locality, the 
season aaemed a little more advanced in aome of the eastern frontier counties than in the west. 
The buds of fruit trees and shrubs were swelling, and the forest trees appeared to be ^bout as wall 
advanced as uhuhI. 

Spbino SfcEDiNC. The coldnesa of the aeaeou somewhat retarded spring sowing, which was 
commenced some time later than the customary da e in moat ptacea. The ground was generally in 
good conlition to receive the seed, the principal exception being aa to clay soils, which frequently 
proved ditticult to work, being stiff and lumpy. In the western portion of the Province the soil 
was generally dry, and rain was badly needed in some places, while in many eastern counties it 
was loo wet to be BatistacCorily worked, exoeptinu un the uplands or in the case ot light soils. 
Owing to the backwardness of operations it was difficult to compare the extent of the area sown 
with the average, but a few correspondents considered thit there would probably be a: 
one reason given being the extent to which the clover was killed out lBKt.wAaj;<Q.. 
cause prevented any forecast of the season's proBpeW.s ^toto 'i?n.e a^^e&xa.'ivtfc iA^^ssm-w^ 
were then only in evidence in very tew instiinceH. Spt\na &o-wn %xiia% «fti Asinw 
had come up, were looking thrifty. 



THE GRAIN CROPS. 

Fall Wheat. Judging by che bone of the rupotts received io November, 1899, it was thought 
that the area of fall wheat then newly aown would be leBs thau that of the crop cut that year, but 
the actual figures showodan increased acreage. The time nf seeding covered a wider range than 
usual, owing to the dry nesa of the ground, which induced iiiiiny farmers to postpone sowing until 
late ill the aoaaon in the hope of getting rain. Ah usual, mostof the work was dune in the earlier 
half of September, the ground in moat localities being in good condition, apart from the lack of 
moisture. The young plants were generally looking well as correspondenu wrote, having 
received the benefit of later rains, and, although somewhat backward in places, seemed promis- 
ing, and covered the ground well, having a heavy top. There were few complaints of insect 
peats, except that Hessian fly, joint-worm, and wire worm had dune some damage. 

May reporiB on fall wheat were on the whole favorable, and were to the following elTaot : 
" The general tenor of the reports aa to the condition of fall wheat is decidedly favorable, the 
crop having in most localities stood the winter well and promising excellently, provided there ia 
a sufficient supply of moiature. The principal cause of injury has been the formation of ice on 
level or low-lying lands from water which collected in pools after the melting'of the snow, by 
which many young plants were killed, and the tielda left uneven and patchy. The drifting of 
snow also caused some loss. Opinions as to the kind of soil upon which tho crop made the beat 
showing are so variable and contradictory as to preclude any conclusion being drawn from them. 
One point on which there is practical unanimity among correspondents, however, is the advant- 
age of drainage. The crops on high and dry land, whatever the character of the soil, wintered 
well with few exceptions, while those on wet, undrained ground sufiered badly. A favorable 
feature of the situation is the general absence of destructive insect pests, the only mention of 
such being in connection with a few western localities where the Hessian fly and wire worm were 
in evidence, though the damage inflicted by them has been alight. Very little of the land sown 
to fall wheat will need to be plowed up. The crop in some parts, especially in the east, is begin- 
nii^ to reiiuire rain." 

The statements of correspondents received in August justilied the expectations of May, as 
will be Been by the following report made regarding the crop: "The yield of fall wheat is 
above the average, notwithstanding the lusaes sustained by winter- killing on low and undrained 
land and the injury occasioned by dry backward weather in spring in many localities. The 
crop has been harvested for the most part in excellent condition, the heads being large and well 
filled, and the grain plump with the straw- bright and clean. It is free from rust or smut except 
in a few instances. The grain ripened somewhat unevenly, and in some parts was over-ripe 
when cut, and shelled when handling. The weather was as a rule highly favorable for harvest- 
ing operations, which t:>ok place in the great majority of cases from the middle to the end of 
July. Several correspondents note better returns from early than from later sown wheat. The 
principal cause of injury next to the losses from frost was the ravages of the Hessian fly, which 
was reported mure especially in the western part of the Province. The cut-worm and other 
peats also did some damage. In the St. Lawrence and Ottawa River counties, where the crop 
is but little grown, the returns ofTer little induoement for its cultivation as they are not nearly 
BO favorable as those for the western and central section." 

November reports were thus summarizFd : "It is many years since complaints were so 
common regarding the Heaaian fly, more especially in the westrrn half of the Province, where 
the bidk of the fall wheat is grown ; but even in the face of this drawback the crop may be 
described as a good average one both in yield and quality, the kernel as a rule being plump, and 
running well lo or above standard weight. The straw is said to be short' r thau usual, but of 
good, dean quality. A few complaints were made regarding injury from joint-worm." 

The New Fall Wheat. The following reference to the new fall wheat was made in the 
NoveiAber bulletin : " Correspondents in the fail wheat counties of the western part of the Pro- 
vince are divided as to the area of new wheat compared with last year, although it ia probable 
that decreases and increases will about balance themselves, and give an ikverago acreage. In 
the eastern part of the Province, there ia a decided gain in the area grown. The period of sow- 
ing ranged from the last week of August to the third week of October, the bulk of the crop 
beinji! put in about the middle of September. While some complain of a dry seed bed, the 
majority of the reports speak of a good catch, and in a number of instances the growth has been 
BO rank that cattle have had to be burned into the fields to eat oil the tops of the plants. In 
the western half of the Province the Hessian fly has been attacking the new wheat, but in the 
counties east of York little or no mention is made of this pest. Over forty different sorts of fall 
wheat jre mentioned as growing, the favorite varieties being Dawson's Golden Chafi, 
ClawBon, and Genesee Giant.'' 

Sfrinq Wheat. A large portion of the crop was unharvested at the time our correspond- 
ents wrote early in August. The yield was then expected to be in excess of the average, 
although the oonditiona had not been altogether favorable. Owing to drouth the straw was 
aiort and weak in many neighhoxhoo&s, and some of the crop lodged. Where the crop had been 
|| Mecuzvd ie v,ia uaaally ia good condition and satisfactory as to qu^Vtj. The Goofta ■«\«a.t vMiet^ 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



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was very largely growa. In the eaaterD Hecttoii oE the Province Home damige from heavy rain- 
•tormE was nuted, more especially od low-lying lands. Rust and smut appeared in some places, 
but little mention was mude of any injury tr-im iniect pesta. 

The reports in November were to the effect that thia crop, especially where early sown, is 
well spoken of, both as regards yield and quality ; but later sown was iocliaed bi be somewhat 
Bfarunken In the berry. The atraw generally was shorter than usual, and late sown h^ a 
tendenc; to rust owing lo rain during liarrest. Goose wheat was very estensively 

Baklbit. The following was contained in the August buHetin : " The yield of barley has 
as a role been good, and in most localities where the harvest is over the crop has been secured 
in fairly good condition, the principal drawbacks noted being that the grain is in many pl-ioea 
discolored owing to recent rains, while the straw is frequently short, slender and broken. Re- 
ports as to the quality of the berry are extremely variable, those from some quarters stating the 
■nrain ia light by reason of dry weather, while elsewhere it is plump and the Iiead^ weU-hlled. 
Several correspondents not* an increase in tlie acreage devoted to barley owing to the growing 
demand for feed. The beardless harley has been tried in some neighborhoods, but the results 
are not satisfactory. There has been but little injury from destructive insects," 

Barley was referred to as follows in the November crop summary : " Thia cereal, like moat 
of the spring grains, suffered to some extent from drouth, yet is looked upon as a good average 
crop. Regarding the quality, many oall it good, while others claim that the sample was more or 
less discolored, owing to rain, and that it is also somewhat light in weight. The straw, as in the 
case of other grains, was rather short. " 

Oats. August reports conoernirig this crop were encouraging, and wore to the following 
effect ; " The oat crop this season is a very large one, the reports being favorable from nearty 
every county. The west will probably make a somewhat better showing than the east, the crop 
being a little light in the Ottawa River counties oiring to injury by heavy rains. As in the case 
with other cereals this season the straw is generally light and short. The quality of the grain is 
M a rule t^ood though the berry is small in Rome cases. Smut and rust have done some injury 
in various localities, and grasshoppers are reported as having occasioned some dami^e both east 
and west. The early sown crops appear to have given better results than later seedinga, as the 
Ikter suffered more frum spring drouths." 

The reports sent in in November thus referred to oats ; " Notwithstanding complaints of 
drouth, smut, rust, and grasshoppers this crop came through in such a good general condition as 
to rank asa full average iine. The grain, as a rule, is spoken of as pluuip. although a few com- 
plain of its being light The straw, however, is not only short, but hardly of a^ good a quality 
as usual, owing to rain at the time of cutting. 

pBiS. The following regarding peas was given in the August bulletin : ' Of lale years 
peas have been a very precarious crop on account of the destruction caused by the pea bug, or 
weevil. For this reason many have abandined peas, and others sow them late in the aeaaon — 
a plan which appears to be fairly successful. Only a comparatively small proportion of the 
crupa ha<l been harvested when our returns were madeu^i, buteatimar^s are decidedly encourag- 
ing. The vines are light in atraw in most cases, but well podded and well filled, and when har- 
vesting has taken place the sample is good. The principal causes of injury have been the pea 
bug, dry weather in spring, and too much rain in the extreme eastern part of the Province. 
Grass peas, which in some localitien have been substituted tor the round pea, have yielded par- 
ticularly well." 

In the returns from correspondents in November complaints of the ravages of the " bug " 
or ]iea weevil were so many and so strong as to be alarming. So far the Georgian Bay counties, 
the Northern Districts, and the East Midland group have largely eaoaped this pest, but nearljr 
every other section of the Province has suffered more or leai fiom its presence. But for thia 
insect the crop would he reckoned as a good one, although perhnpa lacking in atraw. 

Beans. According to the August bulletin the season had been a favorable one for beans. 
and it was considered that the rather limited acreage devoted to their growth would make a con- 
siderably better showing than the average. Reports from the localitjes in which they are grown 
ore almost uniformly aatiafactory. There had been very little injury djne to the crop either by 
the weather or by insects. 

The November reports were to the effect that beans could be classed as from fair to good. 
It was said, however, chat there was too much rain, especially at the time of podding, for the 
best results. 

Winter Rvb, Thia crop is being grown more extensively than formerly, especially in 
atock-raiaing neighborhoods, being used mainly for pasturage or green fodder, though there are 
many localities where it is not cultivated. It bad generally wintered well, though some injurte* 
from ice, and want of snow were noted, and according to the May bulleU?\ \t\.x««<a&''»Si'».-^tw&-«^ 
ing appearance, though not ao far advanced as ukub.\ oM\ii%tt)V.\wL\iCWb *^to\?=- 



12 THE REPORT OF THE [ No. 



Rye. August reports as to this crop were almost uniformly favoiable, and the yield per 
acre was estimated as above the average, and generally of g kxI quality. Rye is very little cul- 
tivated in the west« and is not extensively grown elsewhere, but several corresponden s from 
easterii counties state that it is coming more in favnr, being used largely iis fodder or for green 
manure. In common with other Cereals it sutfored s>»mewhat from winter-killing and froui the 
dry weather in the spring. 

Novemt)er returns regarding rye were to the etlect that it hardly deserved a place among 
our regular cereal crops, as it is grown in this Province chiefly for soiling. Where raised for 
the grain, however, ic was well spoken of this seasun. 

Buckwheat. Although buckwheat is not largely grow^u in the Province there appeared to 
be a great difference of opinion regarding its condition. A number of correspondents in No- 
vember sp* >ktt of it as being a good crop, while others stated that it suffered from the hot sun. 
'This appears to have been the only grain that was touched by frost, but only to a small degree. 

Corn. In western Ontario, where moat of the corn is grown for the ear, the season was 
wet at planting, but in the eastern part of the Province the weather was rather dry at that sea- 
son. Oomplai' ts were made of injury from cut- worm, wire- worm, cabbage-worm, whitt* grub, 
and grey giub — in some cases different names evidonily for the same pest — but notwithstanding 
these attacks, and the injury fiom crows, the prospects for corn were g»»od as cTrespondents 
wrote in August, except m the extreme eastern part of the Province. Although considered 
perhaps later than usual no fears regarding injury from frost were then expressed by correspond- 
ents. 

November reports concerning this crop were almost unanimous in describing it as an ex- 
cellent one, more especially in those sections wher e corn is most largely grown. A heavy wind 
storm in September blew down a portion of the crop and made it difficult to cut, but on the 
whole I he season had been remarkably favorable for corn, both for husking and for the silo. 
It appetred to ha* e c»mp'etely escaped frost. 



HAY AND CLOVER. 

The .foll«>wiug is a summary of the remarks of correspor dents writing in May : 
"The losses of last year, when clover suffered severely from the pe verity of the winter, 
have somewhat diminished the area devote'l to this crop. 0>ving to fall drouth there was a 
po')r catch in ne.vly seeded meadows, but the winter was a favorable one, and the new growth has 
for the most part survived in excellent con<titioii. There have been some I o.-ses through heaving 
by frost, more especially in old meado^^s on low-lying lands, and in some parts the ice has caused 
injury. The o »s em section of the Province has suffered more in this respect than the west. 
Clove:' is in a sli;<h(ly backward condition, and is beginning to need rain badly in some places." 

Hay and clover were thus described in the Auy:ust Bulletin : This crop is a variable one, 
poor yields and heavy cuttings being reported from adjoining districts. The general return will 
not be up to the average. The drouth of la'St y. ar, and winter-killing, are given as the chief 
causes of the light crop, some old meadows having suffered severely. The weather in moat 
seetio' s was "catchy'* during haying, a-id a considerable portion of the crop was injured by the 
rain, »lth<»ugh a number of correspondents described the hay as having been saved in excellent 
condit on Owing to delay in h«ying cau-ed by wet weather s jme farmers had to h ave the crop 
uncu' until af I er fall wheat harvest. 

Clover Seed. N«»\eniber reports regarding this crop were not favor'ible. There was a 
poor catch • f seed in 1899, and the drouth of this season told greatly against the vitality of the 
secon • crop. The midg • also attacked clover, panicularly in the western half of the Province^ 
and the yield «'f seed was therefore disappointing. But while red clover did not do well, alsike 
gave much mor« satisfaction, »■ specially in the Lake Ontario counties. The bulk of the clover 
seed had yet to be threshed as c rrespondents wrote. • 



FIELD ROOTS. 

Potatoes. Accor ing to the August rcpor*-s a good yield of potatoes was looked for, al- 
though the beetle had been present in unusually large numbers. Late plattted varieties prom- 
ised better than th<^se put in earlier. Some corre8p<mdents feared blight or rot should the wet 
weather at the time of reporting continue, bnt happily dry weather had since prevailed. 

The November bulletin contained the following : '^Most of the reports regarding potatoes 
are favorable. The cr p suffered more from dronth than from rain. The western and central 
p<)rtions of the Province :ii)|»ear to have almost entinjly ♦'►c«ptd rot. and in those sections the 
tubers are describtd MS being rather smaller in size than usual, but of good quality, scab being 
•mentioned only here and there. In the St. Lawrence countcs and in the East Midland group, 
however, consul erable rot i»* reported, and scab is referred to more fr«:'quentl\' than in the west. 
Taking the Provimo over, the crop miy bo considered a good one both as to yield and quality, 
and it has * evn w* 11 put away for the winter. 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



CirtBOTS. Like other root crops ca! 
ing, but picked up considerably aa the hi 
both BB t<i yield and quality. 

Mangel Wubzbls. The weather wan rn 
crop waa reported to be in » iTOinminK ecindit 
pecially in the western part of (he Province. 

November reports conourninu mangels were highly favorable, for while adTt-Tse coinmentB 
wure few, positive remarks of the excellenou of the crop were many. In most cases mangels 
had been well secured tor the winter. 

Tdrsips. Fields were rather patchy in Auyuat, owing to dry weather at the time of sowing 
The crop aUo suffer-'d from attacks of the Sy. 

The November bulletin had the following regarding turnips: "Various causes haveeoin- 
bined to give this crop a setback this seaBoii. While a few oorrospondeals report a good 
showing, moit of the rKlurns tell a disciunkging tale. 'Driuth and Jicc' 'drouth and nisi,' 
'lice and cabbage worms,' 'rot and lice,' have been frequently coinpUinfd of, and the crop, both 
in yield and quality, is below the average. In many parte of the Pritvince a portion of the crop 
remained to be housed as correspendenta wrote." 

SuoiiK Berts. These roots appear to be coining into considerable favor for the feeding of 
cattle, tluch more frequent menCi>'n is made of Ihem, and the general lone of the reports is 
most encouraging. As a result of this year's experience a larger ucrenge may bn looked for in 
the immediate future. 

FRUIT AND FRUIT TREES. 

The May bu'letin had the followiiig : " Fruit trees and bushes havr c 'ma throuiih the h inter 
with unusually small loss. Although the season had been backward there was promise of a 
heavy bloom on fruit trees when correspondent' wrote at the Vfjiniiin'.' of May, and if frost? 
and heavy rains are ecapcd at the period nf bloaaomlng a largo settinil of fruit may be looked 
for. One grea' drawback to the bright prospects of orchard owners this fie^ison is the ]arge 
number nf ua erp liars looked for at many points in the Province. ea«t and west. Some corres- 
p indents prudently removed the eggs frnm the branches oF apple trees during the winter, but 
in most case-i spraying will be an imperHtive duty if the apple crop is to be saved from this pest. 
A few correspondents aW r^'ferred to 'he Sun JiwS Scale and the bark-louse as doing injury." 

August reports were to the folio win-;: effect : " Taken on the whole the season has been a fair 
one for frui>^. Summer and fall apples are abundnnt, althou!(h a large amount of fruit has 
dropped from the trees on account of drouth an't wind, Winter appl-'B «'-e not bearing so 
heavily as the earlier sni ts Where sprayed, apples "ill be nf fiir quality, but where this hm 
been omitted thnre will be a lot of wormy and s abby Frut. Plu ns are scarce, and the ourculio, 
where sprayi"g was neglected, has been very injuriou'. A number "f peach trees sre reporttni 
as having succumbed this se laon to the effects of the intu se cold of the winter o" ]bS8 9. b t 
otherwise peach orchards are as a rule in heavy bearing with a first-Has* i|aality of fruit. 
Varying reports have been received regirding pear*, r*n!(ina al! the wav fro n "light" to 
"loaded." Cherries were a comparatively poor cr>p. aiid the black knot still aasaits the treiit. 
Grapes give pr im'se of a good yield, as usual, "^trawbe ries -uTer d c miiderablv fro ii driintli, 
and other small fruits raised fur the mirket have been fair ; but huiikle berries, rjspberr es and 
other wild fruits have been abundant.'' 

Fruit trees and vines were reported to be in good iieneral condition in Nov 'mbe-, Mlthough 
Ivmba of apple and pear trees were broken du'ini; the high wind'* which occur ■ d in luly and 
September. The tent caterpillar was numerous, aid the cnlli'ig moth was also injtirio'iN, 
although th'i latter was not so bad as in the previous year. Seven! oorresponden's spok : of the 
bi'neticial effects uF aprtyiu'.; fruit trees ; bit -till too mueh wirniy and 'cabhy fruit was cmn- 
plained of. Mention was al<>o made of the iircsenoe of the San Ju<e Scal^ in BO'ne of the Lake 
Erie counties. Apples would have been an innnense crop but for the winds, one in Septemb t. 
referred to by a corresp'indent as the ''Gdveaton storm," hiiving shaken down about half of the 
cmp. Some of this fruit wi's 'alfable. a lot nf it was fed to live stoc'<. and considers' 'le of it whs' 
allowed to rut on ihe ground. Complaints were frequent regarding the low prices offwred for 
apples. It would also appear as if, owing to ear'y ripening of this fruit, that its keeping quali- 
ties were hardiv as good an usual. Fe^ichea, plums, pears, and most of the small fi uirs, were 
more or less a full crop where grown. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Flax. This cr<ip of late years has not b> en sown to as great an extent as formerly. The 
few correspondents referring to 6bx in the August returns epoke of it as a heavy crop of an ex- 
oellent fibre. The area in ci op was 5.790 acn s. 

Movambar report! were thus summariBod : Considerable Ha^hns been gri'wn this season, but 
not so much ss was raised a few i ears ago. Mnst of the flix griiwn is caiaeA w "O&s -«'c*!wsrt.'jFn.- 
tion of the Province, where a number of flax milleftTe\ochte&. 



THE REPOF.T OP THE 



Hops. Hops are not ctunnioiily giowD. Where raised, however, the crop is said to be about 
ui Average, the chief injury coming from drouth. Acreage, 1.096. 

LccERNK. Thia crop \s coming into favor, alara;erareabeirfic<iveredby it than in previous 
years. VVhile some apeak well of it as bay. others do not care for it in that form. It gives the 
beat satisfaction where pastured. 

Safr. This is said to be one of the best crops for finishing off Iambs in thu fall, and the 
acreage is yearly increasing. It is also fed to hogs and other live stock to a certain eitf nt, but 
owing to milk being strongly tainted by it, it should have no place in dairy farming. The area 

Tobacco. The acreage of this crop, which is conflned mainly to the counties of Essex and 
Kent, was larger than that of last year. According to tho August reports the plant baa suffered 
considerably from rain, and also from attacks of the *' worm," but as correspondents wrote a 
considerable improvement has occurred in the condition of the crop. The yield of tobacco is 
' estimated at 2,854,000 pounds from 2,477 acres, ar 1,163 pounds per acre. O! this amount tha 
Oountf of Fseex produced 2,0ti5,66O pounds from 1.620 acres 

. Correspondents who wrote in November regarding tubauco growing spoke of the crop as a 
good average one, although late planted appears to have been caught by rain. 

Sorghum. In some of the Lake Brie cjunties, notably Essex, considerable sorghum is 
grown for the making of syrup. Most of the product is consumed on the farms, although some 
goes un the market. The crop has been a success this year. A feu- correspondenis elsewhere 
speak of growing it to cut yuung as a succulent food for cuttle during the dry season. 

The CiNNiJiO, Evaporatinu, abd Picklisu Business. The favorable reference of several 
correspondents to canning and pickling eatabliahinents is suggestive of the great possibilities be- 
fore the Province in the way of supplying preserved fruits and vegetables to the markets I'f the 
world. Com, peas, tomatoes, cucumbers, pumpKins, onions, etc.. as well as a large variety of 
orchard and garden fruitd, are now being preserved in some form or other, xnd placed upon the 
market ill attractive style. The poultry irade is aha receiving cunsiderrble atteutiun fiom On- 
tario canners. It would now look as if the development of our lanning, evaporaring, and pickl- 
ing trade is about to assume larger proportions, in which case there will be a great increase in 
the income of some of our fprmers. 

FAhM Impkovembhts. November repirts stated that a consideraldc amount of under- 
draining had been 'done, but hardly as much as would have been performed had the season not 
been so dry. Now fences are rapidly taking the place of th? old croaked rail ones, wiiven wire 
now being the favorite style, barbed wire having been found unsatis actnry. A large number of 
houses and barns have bean erected, and many old liuildiogs snd sbnbles have been reniodeiled. 
In short, the year bad been a progressive one aluDg I he line of farm improvements. 

Thhehhiso anc Marketino. The following; is from the November bulletin ; Threshing 
waa completed in most sections as correspondents wrote, the weather having been suitable for 
thia class of work. Reportsregarding the market:ing of grains dill'or. Some slate that only a 
little fall whc at has been sent to market, others that half >he crop has been disposed of. and 
still others put sales at two-thirds of the crop. It is safe to say that a large quantity of first- 
class fall wheat is in farmers' bands awaiting a rise in price. A good deal of Goose wheat, nhich 
hu been so largely grown this year, has been sold — relatively more so than of any other grain. 
While some correspondents speak of considerable oats, barley, and peas as having heen disposed 
of, the general opinion is that fntmers piefer to feed, their cnatse urain rather than to sell at 
prevailing prices. In fact, it would seem as if the larger portion of the grain and fodder now 
grown oil Ontario farms is raised witb the oliject of feeding to live stock. 

Fall Plowing. Dry weather in the early part of the autumn rendered the ground hard 
and unfit for plowing in many fections of the Province, which threw much of the fall plowing 
oonaiderably Inter than usual. However, the weather was more favorable for the work as 
correspondents were reporting, early in November, and the general opinion was that a full area 
would be turned under for the season. Several correapondents in Essex, Eentsiid Elgin, state 
that among other causes hindering the progress oi fall plowing was the fact that extra time had 
to be given to busking the immense crop of com, 



LIVE STOCK AND THE DAIRY. 

The May reports were thus summarized : " Reports as to the condition of hve stock are in 

the main favorable, the animals being as a rule healthy and vigorous. Owing to the need of 

economizing fodder many of the cattle are lean. In many casts they went into winter qunr- 

IfiBir ia jotpcir oonditioa by reason of the drouth. Though horses suffered in numerous instances 

hJOi diedeaiper and iDBammatiou no con (agio ua disease is noted. ThKre^aabeenacViwe is:Tc«.-svi 



BUREAl" OF INDUSTRIES. 



for'haraes, and they have come through the wiatet in gnod sonditiou. Sheep hare done wetl, 
thougli aome corresp-mdents state that the tiak u prevalent in their neighborhoods. There ap- 
pears CO be a decrease in the number of hoga kept, due no doubt to the heavy demand, a large' 
number having been disponed of. Pigs aeem to have been more subject to disease than any 
other stock, many suftoring from crippbng or rheutnatism. In Middleasex a plague affecting 
the lungs and causing sudden death has made its appearance. The cold weatlier of the season 
has been highly unfavorable to parturition, and the death of an unusual number of calves, 
lambs and young pigs is noted. There was a sufficient supply of fodder in must parts, but a 
shortage in the Lake Brie Counties and some other sections. 

August reports were to the following effect : '"Local conditions in a majority of cases have 
been favorable to the growth of pasturage, and stock are coosequently in a generally thrifty 
state. In many localities, however, the pastures are reported as dry and bare owing to con- 
tinued drouth, though recent rains have had a beneficial effect in some neighborhoods. Gener- 
ally speaking, there will be plenty of fodder to provide for stock through the winter, as — 
although hay is scarce and straw not as plentiful as usual — there will be an abundant supplv of 
corn and roots. Dairy production has been generally up Co the mark, though a shortage of milk 
has been noted by numerous corres)Kindent«, and butter is scarce and brings a better price thap. 
usual. The season has benn enpecially good for dairying in the eastern portion of the Province, 
where the rainfall has kept the pastures in better condition than elsewhere. The health of the 
stock is excellent thmughout. There is no mention ot any serious disorder, and the only draw- 
back to their condition seems to be the attacks of the horn-fly which ia very prevalent in many 
places. " 

The following comments were made on the reports sent in for the November bulletin : 
Pastures in the early part of the autumn were affected by drouth, but later in the season they 
picked up to such an extent that the majority of the repurta, more especially those from the 
eastern portion o! the Province, spoke of the grazing as being particularly good tor the 
time of the year. Livestock generally were described as being in good condition The only 
case ot sickness reported was an odd case ot hog cholera in Essex. Cattle were considered per- 
haps rather thin — some say on account ot the fly in summer — but otherwise they were thrifty, 
and sold well ; so much so, in tsct, that hardly as many as usual have been he'd over for winter 
fattening. Sheep were not referred to as generally as other stock but were favorably reported 
upon. An immense number of hous have been sold this ye«r, usually at about aix months old. 
Many farmers, more especially in the western half of the Province, have adopted the plan of 
finishing off a number of young hogs at intervals during the season, thus avoiding the winter 

Slut, On this accouut there were hardly as manv on hand as at the same time last year. While 
ay will be scarcer than usual, onarse fodder will be plentiful, com having been an immense 
crop. A larger number of silos have been erected this season than tor some years past, the 
stave or tub shape appearing to be the most popular form at present, although a few corres- 
pondents report the building of concrete silt'S. In this connec ion there appears to be a pre- 



.s compared with the t 



ference tor those varieties of corn which 
southern corn formerly planted. 

Valiie.s Pek Head. The statistics of live stock will be found on pages 3a-4l. 
following tible gives the aveiage value per head of stock on hand for the past nine yean 



italky sorts of 



1900 , 1890 ld98 



HorsfS : 

Working horsBa 
Kraediog msrea 

Cilts 

StallioDB 

Cittlo: 

WorkinB oien . 

MLlehcowB 

Store catile 

Other c-.ttlB . . 
9heep : 
I'vet fine year . . 
TJndar one year. 

Over one year .. 
Under line year. 

Tu/lfei- 

lyieka".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 
Oiherfowl* 



:(l D] 30 .11 2S 2d S 
39 M 79 27 ?S 19 i 
y.i 67 13 oa 11 91 1 



3 81, 3 la i 91 2 6 



J 29 74 
L 23 3n 
) IS 11 



8 ■■- 9 « 

31 63 29 96 

27 4B 27 12 

13 40 VS 37 



3 21:1 3 eO 3 58 



I W 11 is; 11 87 13 01 



THE REPORT OF THE 



The Hairy, The state of the dairy induatry haa noTer been more Batisfttctc)ry. G'ldii 'all 

eBturea and an abundance of com fodder have kept up the Inte flow of milk. Pricea havf. nlso 
en good fur both cheese and butter, more particularly for the latter, and while in the euatern 
part of the Province the cheuBJ factory seutos still to be preferred, in the weatem countiea 
buiter-making id coming more and more into favor. The cream separator is u'orkin^ a revo- 
lution indeed in dairying throughout the country, and it appeara to have aolved one of 
thegrfateat difficulties in the manufacture ofbutter. Seieral correepondents report butter 
plants being put into cheese factories for winler butter-making An improvement in the 
qualitv of butter has been noted in almost e~very quarter of the Province. Shorthorn grades 
are still most largely used in Ontario dairieSt although in the St. Lawrence and Ottava i:aQnties 
the Ayrahire haa decidedly the prefBrunoe. Holsteine and Jers<-yB are also named as fuvontes 
for milk produution. 

Chkesb Factories. The statistics of the cheese made in factories are given by counties in 
Table xiviil. (page 44). t(^pther with totals for the Province tor ren years. There was a sl'ght 
decrease in the number of factories operated, hut the make of cheese wag over four iniliion 
pounds greater than in 1899. This, together with an average adva< ce of 36 cents per h'.indred 
in the price of cheese, mai'e an aggregate increase in the value of the output of S9n0,0n0 over 
that of IhflSt, which seaaon formerly held the highest record for Ontario. The sura of S11,B82.470 
was paid to patrons for milk delivered at the factory. This amount, therefore, includes the cost 
of hauling, which may be estimated at Sl.000,000, or about (1.50 per ton, 

Ckbameries. The following comparative table gives the statihtics of the creameries 
operated in Ontario for the eight years 188^1-1900, showing the quantity and value of butter 
made, the average number of patrons, (he average price of butter per pound, and the a.nount 
paid to the patrons for milk or cream supplied. 



Year. 

1900 

IStM! 

189S 

1897 


Z 

sog 

3^ 
282 
214 

]70 
135 
IIB 
7* 


Batter Marie. 


•5 

il 


III 

< 


II 
11 


< 


^' 


Vblua. 


lb 
9.041,468 
9,llS,fl64 
9,0Ot.,aB2 
7.708,266 


s 

1.819,290 
1.74«,SB2 
1,682,234 
1,403, 60i 


21,809 
22,090 
22.741 
18,908 
1?,245 
9,664 
8:298 
7.862 


ot». 
20.12 
19 16 
18.12 
18-21 
18.25 
19.07 
20.94 
31.31 


lb. 
2H.9B 

23 7S 
28,99 
33.97 

24 13 
24,76 

■23,79 
83.68 


1.689,291 
1,448,411 
US 1,320 
1,139,463 


s 


4,6B;i,708 868.SH2 




1893 


2,707,670 


674,156 



operated includfs the skimming 



A Qumbtr failed to 



The number of c 
operate owing to the g'>od cheese si 

The cash return to patrons of creameries averaged 73,4 cents per 100 lbs of milk, wliile 
the patrons of ciieeac fact^wies received 85.5 centa. But it moat bo remembered Ihat the former 
received also thu akim milk and butter milk while the latter received but the whey. 

PoPLTEv, The following appeared in the November bulletin : "Correspondents have had 
more to say than usual regaiid in g eggs and pou'try, and it is evident that this branch of the 
live atock industry ia receiving closer and moie intelligent attention than ever befi>re. 
Egg production baa been lai^e this aeaaon, and good prices have prevailed. One eorrespi indent 
in Kent mentioned n disease which attacked fowls in the head, mouth and throat ; tvo others in 
the West Midland district spoke of hf n chulora, and the fourth referred to a fatnl disease among 
young turkejB in the county of Carleton ; but with these esceptions the health of pouliry has 
been reported aa good all over the Province Plymoulh Rocks are mentioned with favor aa 
a breed for the farm. Turkeys are being raised more generally (hau tomierly. and geese are 
also regarded aa paying, l>ut ducks are not considered as pi'ofltab'e as other fools. 
Some correspond en ta mention the fact that the canneries ure considered a benefit to poultry 
raiaers. It would seem aa it farmers have at last come to see the great possibilities of the 
poultry induHtrj', and are now regarding it as a must important line of agriculture." 

Bbeh iCi) HoNBr. The August bulletin contained the following regarding bees and honey : 
"Conflicting reporta come regarding the condition nf bees in the spring, some btating that there 
a considerable mortality durini{ the winter. Swarming was reported t« be great by soroe, 
f2e otJ7era tay that there WBB verj' little Bwarming, Local conditions and skill in handling 



BUREiU OF INDUSTEIES. 



hivBH account for varying reports regarding yielda. which range from 10 to 75 Iba. The average 
may be sa'ely placed at between 35 and 40 pounds, spring count. Most of the bouey will be 
from clover, as linden was scarce ; in fact many correspondents report practically no basswood 
bloom. No disease waa reported, and ns correspondents wrote bees were eaid to ba in thrifty 
condition." 

Correspondents had less than usual to say in November conceruing the apiary. Nectar WM 
abundant during the latter part of the season, and in many localities bees went into winter quar- 
ters with scant supplies, and might require feeding. Only one mention of foul brood was made. 



LABOR AND WAGES. 

The August bulletin thos dealt with the subject of farm labor and wages : "^Vhile the 
supply of fann labor appears to be fully adeijuate to the demand during the gri-ater portion of 
the season, there is inmost neighborhoods considerable ditliculty m securing the extra bands 
needed at hayiug and harvest time. The tendency to dispense with hired help seems to be on 
the increase. There has been a decided increase in wages this season, but the reports as to the 
rates prevailing in different localities vary greatly. The general rate per day is from $1 to 
fl.50, with board, there being a very few instanaea in which a lower figure is named. The 
monthly rate, where men are engaged for the sesson^that is, from six to eight montjis — is 
usually from 91S to $20. with board, but for engagements of one or two months only the rates 
as a rule is something higher — 930 and 335 being paid in some instances. The scale appears to 
be generally higher in the west than in the east, with the exception of those eountiea ad- 
jacent to the lumbering region where the competition of the lumber camps tends to keep ' 
■ip the price of farm labor." 

Tlie November returns were to the following efiect ; "Correspondents ate divided as to 
the supply of farm labor, some claiming that there was sufficient, others holding that there 
was a scarcity. It would appear, however, that skilled agricultural laborers were in demand 
in every portion of the Province. Several correspondents report the faet that the tempor- 
ary return of young men from Manitoba will meet all the requirments of the present. Re- 
garding the question of the rise or fall of wages correspondents also vary in opinion. Somo 
state that rates must fall, while others state that wages will go up. Others, again, hold 
that there will be comparatively little change, as farmers cannot afford to pay more, and 
that with the increased openings in factories and other manufacturiog concerns men will 
not work for low w^es on the farm. Touching the matter of rural domestic service there 
is an almost unanimous report of a scarcity of this class of workers. The reasons given are 
many ; in some cases the employees are criticised, in other cases the employers. The situa- 
tion is one that deserves attention. It is manifest that young women as a class prefer 
almost any other kind of employment to that of domestic service on a farm. Tlie reasons 
why should he carefully considered by all concerned." 

The following table gives the average rate of wages paid farm laborers by the ytar and by 
the month, with and without board, for ten years, together with the average for nineteen years ^ 
also the monthly wages paid domestic servants on the farm : 



Per year in yearly 
Withboard 


I19C0 
IBC 


1899. 


1898. 


,.,. 


1896. 


1895. 


1894. 


1893. 


1892. 


1^"- iHo: 


149 


S 
148 


144 


144 


S 

160 


S 
166 


160 


156 


8 S 

158 167 


Without board . . 


243 


243 


246 


236 


243 


216 


247 


265 


253 


267 250 


Per month for wot li $ c. 


i 0. 


S c. 


Sc. 


3 0. 


D. 


Sc. 


S 0. 


«c 


ff C. « 0. 


Withboard... .. 16 07 


15 38 


15 31 


14 29 


14 67 


IB 38 


16 56 


17 13 


16 62 


16 66 16 73 


Without board .. 25 73' 2* 93 
Domestic aervimts ] 
permoDth .... G 66 BIS 


25 44 

... 


24 47 

fi 97 


24 11 
6 11 


26 45 
6 07 


26 61 
6 23 


26 07 
6 47 


26 92 
6 21 


25 Sll 26 14 
G 25 6 23 



I 



"H 



THE EEPOET OF THE 



TEMPERATURES Of 1900. 



. i Mean higbest. ,. 

I Mesa lowest 

I, Monthly mean.. 

' rHighBBt 

Lowest 

. < }tlean highiwt . . 
{ Mean loneit . .. 
(.Monthly msan . 

f Highest 

I Lowest) 

. . i Ueau hig^eat . . 
Mean loweit . . . 
1. Monthly mean . . 
( Highest 

..-{ Mean b'igbect '*. 

I Mean lowest.. , . 

IMonthlymsan.. 

fHighast 

I Lowest 

, . -{ Mean highest .. 

I Mean Inweet 

IMoDtbly mean.. 

[ HigbeBD 

I Lowest 

, .-{ Mean hip^best. , . 

I Mean lowest 

I^Monthlyiaean.. 

f Highest 



L 



..-{ Mean highest... 

I Mean lowest 

LMoDtblymeui . 

fHigheet 

I Lowest . 
. . i Mean highest . . . 
Mean lowest . - . 

I, Monthly mean.. 

f Highest 

..•I Mean bigbest... 
] Mean lowest . . . 
I Monthly mean.. 
( Highest 

. . { Mean highest , . 

I Mean lowest 

I, Monthly mean . 

fHiRheat 

I Lowest 

. ^ Mean highest . . , 

I Mean lowest ... 

<, Monthly mean . . 

rHigheet 

I Loweel! 

. . •! Mean highest . . . 
Mean lowest . . . 

iMootbiymBan .. 



! si 



m 46.90 W.IV «.8W 



BUREAO OF INDUSTRIES. 



AVERAGES OF TEMPBRATUKE3 FOR NINETEEN YEARS. 

E II. Shoving for each month the annual average of the highest, lowest, mem 
rest and mean temperature at the pnncipal etatiODB in Oatario. derived froni thi 
2-19D0 ; also the annMiiI mean at each atatitin for the same period. 



. . J, Mean highest . . 
(.Monthly mean. . 

r Highaat 

Lowest) 

. -t Mean highest. . 

I Mean lowest 

LMonthlymean.. 
f Highest 

, . -I Mean highest . 

I Meanloffeat 

(.Monthly mean.. 



I IiDwest 

April -) Mean hitthest . 

I Meau lowest. .. 
(Monthly mean 



May.. 



1 Lowest 

. . -{ Moan highest . . 

I Mean ioveat 

I. Monthly metui 

r Highest 

I Lowest 

June < Mean highest . . 

Mean lowest.... 

(^Monthly mean.. 

(-Highest 

j Lowest 

July i Mean highest . . 

I Mean lowest 

t Monthly mean . 

r Highest 

I Lowest 

August ... -{ Mean highest . . 
Mean lowest.. . 

(.Monthly mean,. 

r Highest 

I Lowest 

September . \ Uean highest . . 

[Mean lowest.... 

[Monthly mean.. 

( Highest 

I Lowest 

Octoher ....< Mean highest . . 

I Mesn lowest , . . 

l.Montbly mean . 

i-Higbeit 

j Lowest 

November.. . ■{ Mean highest , . 

I Mean lowest 

I. Monthly mean . 

fHighest 



Dec 



. Lowi 

iber . . ■{ Meao highest . 

I Mean lowest.. . 

I, Monthly mean 





. 


Pn 








s 


m 


44fi 


4<i.S 


-7 4 


-10.1 


y/M 


36.9 


inn 


14.4 




20.6 


4B.8 


48.1 






II, H 


13.4 


1U.3 


20.6 


(il fi 






-4.8 


■MH 


34.8 






ito,U 




7S.fi 


77.6 




17.0 


W.I. 


53.1 


;n 1 


83.9 




43.4 


79 ft 


83.6 


•fHlf 


29.0 




ti5 7 




43.9 


5U.4 


64.8 


Rfi4 






37.7 


■n 1 


76.6 




63.4 


tiO.V 


64.9 


ft? 3 


92.H 




41.8 


7;.N 


SOS 


Mil 


66.2 




68.3 


Rfi.B 


91.4 


41ft 


46 8 




77.5 


M.H 


66.1 


&i.i 


863 


S[i.a 


87.7 




831 


ttx-t 


70.a 




60.2 


&7.e 


60.6 


74 4 


76.S 






hK.I 


67.1 


HHV 






48.7 


fil R 


68.3 


1M4 




4;f.I 


42.6 


mil 


30.7 




367 


nafi 


50 1 


-DM 


■3.0 






no !l 


31.3 


li7.1 


368 


42.83 


44.87 



X.i*- tfCliS •asA. 



20 






THE REPORT OF THE 














RAIN AND 8N0W. 








m 


TabliIII. SnmiDUr of the total fall of ri 




which ru 


.„^ 


»now fall in Onta 


io during the y««r 19O0 


U BUtione leportlng far the nhcle 




od the a 




Eur the PiQVtDce 




















Rain. 


Snow. 




-• 


Saow. 1 




















InoheB, 


U.,«. 


Inchee. 


Uaye. 




iDDhe.. 


Days. 


iDchee 


D»y.. • 


-&SBMX- 










Fiel: 












31.67 




21 3 


16 






96 




46 


































33.10 


101 


77.5 


65 


RidBetown 

DealCanii 


26 40 
36,74 


93 


90.6 
49.1 


32 
22 


Arden. . . . , . . 
CamnroN ; 


28 


^ 


113 






























2fi.02 
21.81 


62 


,S!!S 






21 


10 


76 


126,7 




ForGStinley 


59 ll Olontarf 


























SS.34 


101 


124.2 


66 


Lanark 
























Wl 


75 


69 


66,6 




WelUnd 


26,22 


91 


146.6 




STDith'a Falla ..., 


W 


39 


60 


57.0 


SI 


























14,64 
24.08 
22 78 


36 
81 
57 


63 8 
90,1 
50.0 


51 

19 


KinmouDl 


34 


72 


108 


122.0 


36 

51 


















BlcKimlield 


Wl 


m 


77 




29- 




21 92 


47 


84.6 






































Bbcoe : 














73 


87 


113 1 


48 












Lskefield 


21 


83 


76 


87.0 


2»- 


N. Bruoe 


22.28 


93 


92,6 


68 
















20.26 


35 


51,0 


16 




•/H 


9K 


104 




S6- 
























Gbby , 


■ 










27 


11 


74 


91.2 
101.6 


27 




DarhMti 


24.02 


01 


196.0 


49 
















24.07 




lao 8 




Port Hope 


'.11 


m 


77 


76.5 


24 1 


























































































1 MlDDLtBKS ; 






















25.42 


87 


83.6 


61 


Rftl* 






66 




















^» 


-M 




102.3 


67 , , 


PrioGBton 


33-09 


59 




32 


HuntBsille 


31 


611 


54 


86.6 


32- 






83 


62.3 




Pahbt Sockd : 












BB4NT : 












21* 


II 


91 








26 53 




66,6 


18 


Sprucedole 


■ft\ 


38 


66 




« 
























23.08 


6B 


68,0 


21 
























Port Arthur 


W 


39 


76 






an, Mary. 


23.07 


60 


89.0 


34 






i>M 


87 




rir 




22.68 


77 


101.7 




Rat PnrCsge 


W 


90 


72 


48.7 


!l • 
















































110.6 




































28.80 


78 


109.8 




1900 


24,00 


79 


81.3 


40 
























SConey Creek.... 
H«miftot. 


29.23 


76 


61.8 


18 


1898 


•M 


90 


81 


74.2 


44 


24 91 


90 










:m> 




73,0 


49 












1896 


22 












21.14 


99 


98.4 


59 


1896 


'/I 


til 




81.1 
















% 


30 


91 


66.1 






19.39 
21.92 


71 


76 1 
67 8 


42 
3! 




26 


64 

48 




99.3 
70.0 


t J 




1892 


Deer Park 


21.86 


83 






1891 






90 


























Stouffvilie 


23.4fi 


83 


100.3 




1882.1900 


34.09 


87 


76. 3 


jj 


ift m 



BUREAU OK INDUSTRIES. 



RAIN AND SNOW 



Diatcicta. 


1 


i£ 


1 


i 


il 


in. 

4.00 
2.58 


2,60 
3.61 


1 
1 

1 

1.90 

3.56 


2,33 
3.81 


Z 

in. 

s 

6!4 

3.00 
2 03 
14.6 
13.3 

2.93 
2.26 
11.1 

::. 

1.91 
10,9 
8.2 

3.99 
2.17 

10 4 
8.5 


1 
J_ 

0.43 
1.54 
2.4 
U,5 

0.46 
1.10 
19.4 

'■■' 

2.5 

?;5S 

10.1 
14.2 

0.61 
1.31 
8.6 
15 




WtU and South-wat : 

„.. fl900 

■^"' 11882-1900.. 


in. 

0.96 
1.31 
13. 1 
16.6 

0,86 
0.87 
17.9 
27.2 

0.8S 
1.17 
16.8 
17. B 

0.93 

0.94 

le.e 

20.7 

0.72 
1.05 
16.8 
20.3 


ID. 

1.77 
1.43 

28.0 
12.7 

1.19 
0.59 
29.4 
21.1 

2.10 

1,13 
S7.T 
14.9 

1.67 
0.71 
22.2 

18.2 

1.68 

0.97 
26.8 
16.7 


0,801.67 
1,271.78 


2.24'2.74 
3.323.03 


24.72 
2fl.B3 






3.69 


2 21 

2.76 


3.71 
3.99 


0,3 

2,77 
3.96 




-Iforth-wcil and Jforlh : 

^"'' ■■■; U882-1900.. 

■ 3— [IZlim: 


0.84 
12.7 
14,8 

56 
1.20 

33.0 
10,3 

0.42 

0.98 
20.3 
13,0 

0.63 
1,07 
18.8 
11,9 


1.04 
.43 
0.7 
3.6 

1,78 
1-67 
0.5 
3,8 

1.25 
1.31 


2.30 3.33 

2.612.76 


23.09 
23.63 










3,61 
3.45 




Centtt: 

B_i_ f 1900 . . . . 
"■'"' 1 1882-1900.. 

^"- {IS™. 

Eiat and NnrtK-tast : 

"'" -ilZim.. 

^■" {Sim. 


1.06 2,72 
2.76:2.73 


4,61 


s:2i 


3.39 
3.46 


23.56 
33.76 


6:ij:::-::::i:;:: 

2.63 3.63 3.93 1.93 
2.67 2,68 2.80 2.53 


3.01 

3.48 


0.5 

3.11 
3.24 


63.6 

34.63 
32.44 


3,e 

1... 

1.52 

0.9 
3 1 






O.G 

2.43 
2.61 




Tht Provinct : 
R,m (J^SSvri^i- 


1 ■" 

8.0812.88 3 %2.15 
2.84 2.80 3.63,2.50 


2.73 
2.62 


34.00 


a„„„ (1900 . 








7 






""■■r"T"" 







SUNSHINE. 



lip&I atatiaOB io Ontulo in 1900, sboi . 
sore of regiatered Bunshius, the toUl 
3-1900. 



J 

■1^ ] 




lirB.1 
291.4 369.9 406.4 461.1 

100,4'l39.3 207,7'23B.a 
-■ 2 206.S 



21.7 



264.9 



316,4 265.1 279 6 191.9:148.7 
""" 264.0 226.5 175.9 113.0 



161.4 314 247.91306.. 
133.2 223.2 210.9 27S.2 
161.6195.1213,2 362.0 



272, 9,242.6'193.0 ISSS', f 



22 



THE REPORT OF THE 



No. »6 



TORONTO OBSERVATORY. 

Table VI. Comparative Meteorolofncal Register for the seven years 1894-1900 at Toronto Observatory. 
Latitude 43^ 39.4' N., and Longitude 6h. 17m. 34.66s. W. Height above the sea 350 feet. 



Average temperature 

Difference from average (60 years) 

Thermic Anomaly (Lat. 43« 40') 

Highest temperature 

Lowest temperature 

Annual ranges 

Average daily range 

Greatest daily range 

Average height of barometer at 32^ Fahr. 

Difference from average (59 years) 

Highest barometer 

Lowest barometer 

Annual ranges 

Average humidity of the air 

Difference from average 

Average elasticity of aqueous vapor . . 
Average temperature of dew point ... . 

Average of cloudiness 

Difference from average (45 years) . . . 

Resultant direction of wind 

*' velocity of wind 

Average velocity (miles per hour) 

Total amount of rain in inches 

Difference from average (60 years) 

Number of days of rain 

Total amount of snow in inches 

Difference from average (60 years) 

Number of days of snow 

Number of fair days 

Number of days completely clouded 

Number of auroras observed 

Possible to see aurora (No. of nights) . . . . 

Number of thunderstorms 

Number of fogs 

Number of hours of bright sunshine 

Number of hours of possible sunshine. . . . . 



1900. 



1899. 



46.89 
+ 2 56 

— 4 13 
98.0 

— 9.6 
107.6 

16.70 
.37.6 

29.6213 

+ .0014 

80.224 

28.802 

1.422 

76 


0.295 
44.6 

0.57 

— 0.04 



S 88 W 
3.09 
10.67 

22.130 
--6. 016 
99 

74 6 
+ 7.20 
42 

187 
51 

3 
224 

3t 
29 

2305.5 
4463.3 



1898. 



45.83 
+ 1.60 

— 6.19 
92.1 

—12.0 
104.1 
17.61 
36.0 

29 6868 

+ .0169 

80.403 

28.657 

1.746 

76 


0.279 
43.1 

0.66 

- 05 



S 77 W 
2.66 
10.14 

25.795 
-1 361 
105 

31.8 
-35.60 
40 

185 
44 

10 
226 

29 
31 

2148.2 
4463.3 



17.15 
+ 2.82 
— 3.87 

97.1 

—15.0 

112.1 

17.48 

34.4 

29.6216 

+ .0027 

30.218 

28.732 

1.486 

76 


0.289 
44.1 I 

0.58 
- .03 



1897. 


1896. 


8 


Q 


46.93 


45.36 


+ 1 60 


+ 1.03 


— 5.09 


— 5.66 


93.3 


91.3 


- 7.2 


-17.9 


100.5 


109.2 


16.21 


17.68 


36.0 


38.9 



1895. 



N 



65 W 
1.78 
10.12 



23.800 
-3.346 
98 

71.3 
+ 3.90 
53 

196 
56 

7 
210 



34 
26 I 

2128.9 
4463 3 



29.6319 

+ .0120 

30.353 

28.779 

1.574 

76 


0.274 
42.7 

0.61 
.00 



N 89 W 
2.42 
12.33 

27.737 
+0.591 
110 

47. 4 
-20.00 
43 

173 

58 

3 
179 

19 

28 

1987.6 
4463.3 



29.6382 

+ .0183 

80.422 

28.734 

1.688 

75 

- 1 

0.264 
38.9 

0.60 

— .01 



N 88 W 
0.75 
8 44 

21.770 
-6.376 
104 



+ 



73.3 

5 90 

43 

174 
55 

18 
194 

25 
30 



2146.7 
4474.4 



44.28 

— 0.06 

— 6.74 
93.4 

—21.2 
114.6 
17.26 
36!^ 

29.6171 

— .0028 
30.240 
28.746 

1.494 

75 
~ 1 

0.253 
41.3 

0.67 
- »04 



S 78 W 
1.36 
5.60 

22.532 
—4.614 
101 

64.8 
—12.60 

48 

196 

48 

11 
196 

« 

23 
33 

2159.7 
4463.3 



1894. 



46.76 
+ 2.42 

- 4.27 
90.7 

- 9.9 
100.6 

16.27 
34.3 

29.6246 

+ 0041 

30.516 

29.035 

1.481 

76 


0.277 
42.9 

0.60 

- .01 



N78 W 
1.10 
5.67 

25.785. 
-1.361 
114 

37.8 
—29.60 
32 

179i 
43 

23 

199 

36 
30 

2017.7 
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THE REPORT OF THE 



^ 



RUR4L AREAS ASSKSSED. 

es the rnial irea u( Ont 

Id [01 the Province for the bun yearn 199I-19D0. 



Coantiei >□<! diatricts. 



it 

8-i 



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DnndM 

Dnrhkm 

Elgin 

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H»ltion 

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Hnron 

Kent 

LambtoQ 

Leeds ".'.'.'.['.'.'.'. '.'. 

Leminx and Addington . . 

Lincoln 

Muiitonlia 

UiddteBBK 

Moskoka 

NIpieBiiiK .-. 

Norfolk 

NorthnmberlaiDd 

Ootitrii) 

Orford 

PttTcy Sound 

Peal 

Patth 

Peterboiough ... 

Praaoott 

Prince Edward 

RftiDy River 

Kenf rew 

EosbbU 



WMorloo 

Welluid 

WeUiugton.... 
Wentwortb.. , 

York 

The Provinoi 

1900 . 

18B8 . 



kk 



3S5,»)1 
436,244 
429,GS1 
621,963 
286,159 
266,758 
1,064,066 
279,375 
563,918 
324.460 
961,936 
796.974 
566,6r' 



763,648 
491,867 
331,932 



384,110 
514,916 
6B3.907 
386,757 
319,800 
79,667 
938.664 
233,241 
93M37 
244,916 
200,102 
563, 9r- 
303,8! 



23,738,083 
33,670,96S 
22,492.r"'' 



21,604 
3.312 
7,876 
7,416 

23,670 
4,103 

42,366 

69,017 
3,341 
1,H5 

369 

46,674 
3,877 
3,712 

16,880 



17,931 
37,733 
18.616 
38,198 

3,903 
57,111 
43,886 

2,999 



637,773 
308,037 
310,427 
162,924 
292,034 



646,943 

230,913 
S6,SI3 



418,196 
397,517 
313,844 



191.273 

212,909 
757,648 
B34.23B 
200.939 
401,829 
436,770 
600.622 



570,787 
291,229 
232,606 



248,818 
367,213 
697,790 
306,897 
227.261 
627,343 
272,059 
636.749 



692,139 
59,228 
24,744 
369,733 
337,415 
362,309 
376,481 
62,944 
262,667 
432,013 
249,612 
166.337 
197,871 
4,808 
312,964 
97,602 
678,730 
148,097 
6,463 
271,967 
347,789 



43,686 
36,403 
34,883 
96,613 

136,767 

340,394 
83,819 
46,682 

203,323 
44,778 

472,462 
35,622 

466,460 
86,368 

130,436 



368,145 
328,636 
111,631 
66,213 
34,637 
70,117 
441,003 
23,242 
60,046 
194,239 
114.720 



431,40 



981,430 
1.006,176 
1,018,664 



23,668,104 13,297,2061 

23,461,093 13,111,292 

23,393,684 12,993,614 

23,360,428 12,863.081 

23,172, 40e: 12,671,861 

23.113.316 13,426,992 

23,038,974 13,292,610 

22,969,280 12.131,664 

32,886.464 11.990,140 

33,636,983 11,803,487 



11,765 
192,647 
13,461 
64,630 
210,403 



21,170 
163,643 
90.197 
18,617| 



36,571 
136,936 
11.173 



C8.6 
64.2 
67. 6 
64.8 
78.9 
76.1 
66.8 
37.3 
66.0 
62.7 
61:0 
82.3 
6.4 
74.8 

3s.g 

78.0 
73.7 
60.2 
46.B 
60.7 
63.9 
S3.8 
IS.S 
78.3 
11.1 
8.5 
64.S 
77.* 
73.4 
79.8 
10.8 
87.7 



116,870 
12.610 
1,343 

204,920 
21,165 



7,127,363 
7,149,404 
7,198,905 
7,294,026 
7,264,167 
7,777,461 
7,869,714 
8,133,229 
8,264,881 
8,376,762 



2.90H,872 
2,686.660 
2,694,487 
2,630,443 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



FHEAT AND SPRING WB 



A B L I IX, Shnwmg by County Mnniaipalicies oF ODtarlo tba area, produce and raarket value of bhe 
oropa of Fall Wheat and SprinB Wheat for ihe year 1900, toBethar witli the totals for bbe Province for 
the past ten yearH and the average (or the nineteen years 1883-1900 ; also the averages per acre. 



■Algoma.,.. 
Btant 

Carleton'...'" 
Dnfferin .... 
Dundas . , . 

Darham 

Elgin 

GreavilJe ... 

Gray 

Haldimanii . , 
Halitmrton.. , 

HaltoD 

Haatinga 

Huron 

Kent 

LambtoD 

Jjennoi ft Ad. 

MaDiCoulin.. . 
Middlesex .. 

Muskeka 

Nipuaing . . . 

Norfolk 

Karthumb' Ind 
Ontario . , 
Oilord . . 
Parry Souad.. 
Peel .... 
Perth... 
Petarboroogh . 

Prescott 

Prince Edw'rd 

Renfrew 

RdbssII 

Simcoe 

StocmoDt ... 

Waterl™ "..'. 
Welland . . , . 
Wei ling ton . . 
Wentworth . . 

York 

The Province 



B.767 
190 
64 

es,a72 



42,856 
24,168 
21,fiS2 



Market ■^', 

10. ^^l 



639,357 1 

1,578 1 

126,887 1 



Aocee. Busbela. 



^'"^^ Market || " 



la 16 
I 15 67 
i 13 M 
I 17 00 
I 10 9^ 
I 13 55 
8 17 
I 10 09 



308,B0a 1 

336,447 1 

611,486 1 

663,920 1 

16,617,505 1 

9.63L.366 

17,460,147 1 



40,481 999,881 

1,088,640 2.'i,3e 

1,049,691 14,43 ,._. . 

1,048,183 25,158,713 1 

950,32! 23,988,061 ' 

876,956110,078,441 , 

743,199 14,166,282 1 

778,992 16,613,106 1 
913,954 17,645,218 

966,622 20,492,497 ! 

849,956 21.872,488 ! 



917,096 18,191,171 20.2 14,666,38 



I 13 20 

I 11 66 

I 11 50 

i 14 :^ 

i 34 47 



48.609 
4,759 
71,496 



«,76:i : 
.161,114 
24,261 
17,424 
72,833 



46,410 ; 

18,724 

17,067 



376,906 
398,736 
389,206 
323,305 

265,361 
233,967 
230,016 
366,721! 
651,3021 
610,631 



6,940,333 ' 

7,041,317 . 

6.873,785 : 

4,868,101 

3,519,322 

3,472,613 

3,367,864 



16 96 466,314 7.231,0! 



32.811 


13 37 


3,213 






11 14 


203,9fiC 


13 67 


169,278 






13 49 


243,365 








3.04( 


9 38 


110,06£ 








30,20f 






U 07 


16,36< 




11,761 








202, 19( 








I6,70£ 


10 46 


10,24^ 


844 














0,385 






14 58 


li!,63t 




1 ,52( 






13 49 


:i,64i 




29 1,797 


10 00 


366,315 






1107 






1T0,9« 


13 84 




12 22 


183,01f 






10 60 


113,58t 




397,224 








260,18! 




34,234 


11 U 


313,155 


13 37 




13 10 








13 03 


14.07« 


10 13 


437,763 


14 04 




12 43 


4,682,476 






12 22 


8,826,321 


11 84 


2,484,641 








1,869.16! 






8 97 






9,961,019 


19 48 


6.917,279 


12 73 



* Including Thunder Bay and Rainy River m ttw Mi4 w3nOT«iS»i^'«W«*. 



THE REPORT OF THE 



[ So. SO 



BARLEY AND OATS, 



ABLE X. Showing b}' CoUDty Mun 
crnpe of UarUy and OstB foe the jKt 
yeua und the average (oi the oinetee 



cipalidiea of nntario, the area, pTodiice and nmlcAt value of the 
' 1000, Cogethf^r with the totala for (he ProvlQce for the pant ten 
I yearn, 1 882 I DOS ; bIbo the averagee per acre. 



Algoma .. 

Cirleton . 
Duffeiin.. 

Durham/ 
Elgin . . 



Haldimuid . . 
Halibarton... 

Haltnn 

HaBtineB 

Hqcoq .... 

Kent 

LambtoD 

leedB .■ 
Leooox & Ad. 

Manitanlin. . , 
Middlesex . . . 
Maakoli* 

Norfolk ..'.".. 
Northumbr'id. 
Ontario . 

Oxford 

Parry Sound. . 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterboroii§ 
Prescott .... 
Prince Edward 
Benf rew . . . 

Biusell 

ijimcoe 

Stormnot .. 

Victoria 

Waterloo . . . 
Wslland.... 
WeUingtun , 
Wentworth 
York 

The Province : 
1900. 



7,612 
31,065 
2B,ST1 
17.707 



3,217 
S4.616 
3,717 



677,810 
490,874 
438,784 

46i,eie 

463,703 
478,046 
486,361 
467.3 



7S6,077 
311,746 
267,785 



639,008 
786,795 
566,624 
676,963 
114,377 
120,365 
461,064 
47,604 



!1,627 



6,514 


138,863 


14,97f 


;in,46' 








645,81S 




20,493 




803. 23E 


22,04B 


749,066 






2,861 


78,105 


l!t,84a 


364.645 



12,031.778 
13,669,744 

13,090,607 
10,980,404 
9,800,088 
12,374,318 
16,141,904 



i^SS^Jffffa/ ^R241 lii, 196,^7 I 



294,114 
131,269 
100,378 
69,834 
61,034 



l-:s 



I 11 94 
i 10 39 
I 10 93 

11 16 

12 IS 

11 36 
10 81 

12 10 



9 73 
8 06 

' 11 90 

e 96 

i 11 48 
' 12 45 



313,323 1 

7,972 
312,071 1 



36,041 
397,431 
37,160 



6,577, 
5,868, 
4,812, 
.1.246,880 



21,971 
96,603 
78,767 
65,662 



45,806 
49.067 
42,182 
41,960 
34,644 



1,719,760 ; 

1,878,046 ■ 

2,021,660 ■ 
],l81,(r~ 



120.250 
49,671 
72,186 



32,217 
6.116 
90,474 
11,121 



4.373,2E 
1,073,067 
m,B32 : 
832,968 : 
3.076.427 : 
4,485,32.^ ; 
2,216,327 ■ 
3,096,737 
1,721,371 
1,545,226 
1,167,0«7 



11 6! 

10 00 

11 32 

12 21 



24,489 
125,300 
34,748 



1,814,6. 
4,363,3i 

1.446,105 ; 

1,371,061 . 

498,761 : 

1,761,969 ; 

1.011,904 ; 

3,694,672 : 

1,038,726 : 

2,299,941 ■ 

2,244,670 ; 

766,506 : 

5,074.650 . 

1,920.424 ; 
3.531,980 



3.363,77 
2,376.3*: 
2,432,4E 
2,426,1C 
2,S73,3C 
2,342.76 



89,897,724 ; 
86.868,293 . 
86,318,128 : 



9 25 

9 60 

I 10 76 



465.736 
497,683 1 
636,713 1 



1,168,641 
284,360 
45,456 



L 10 97 

• 11 87 

9 23 



203,124 

1,344,782 

349,912 

936,976 



21,613,1? 
19, 460, Of 
19,94fi,4t 
17,378,4f 



10 73 
10 07 

10 87 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



PEAS AND BEANS. 



ig br Oouaty Mnnicipalitieb nf Ootario, the s 
«aDB fur the year 1900, tofetb? r with the tot 
;e for the niDeteen yeu-s, 18821900 : alBo the i 



OarlsCoD . 
DaSarin . 
Oundaa 



Glengarry . 

GrenTille . 

Grey 

Haldimaud . 

Hfttiburtoa . 

HaJton 

HutingB . . . . 



LaDibtoD . ... 

Leeds..;:*!;:! 

LemiDi & Add . 

Lincoln 

Muutoulin .... 

Mid<Ile8ex 

Mnsknka 

NiidBsiDK 

Norfolk .. .. 
Northumberland 

Ontario 

Oiford 

Parry Sonnd . 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborongh 

ProBootb 

Prince Edwuxd 

Renfrew 

RubbgII 

3imcoB 

StormoDt 

Victoria .... 
WaUerloo . . . 
Wellan ' 



I Tbi 



Wellingtoa . 
Wentwurth . 

York 

The Provinoo 

— 1900 .... 

1899 .... 



1897 , 



Acres. Bushels. 



3,120 

6.694 
68,108 

6,279 
15,259 

1,270 
36,434 

6,012 

a,2st; 

6.B37 
8,718 
1,155 



25,703 
21.793 
9.118 
8,S44 



13,884 
22.603 
1,768 
64.149 



123.500 

1,173, ■■- 

109,275 

337,224 

3H,B27 
623,842 
100,741 

43,663 
105,679 

66,437 



1,116,227 
275,084 
21,766 
216,271 



9S!4.;(3fi 24.0 

65.566 18.0 

128,504 17.3 

219,10fl| 21.7 

54,814 18.6 

l.S0.041| 16.1 

114.683 1 7. 4 

113,460 24.5 

293.910 20.2 

. 53,508 19.5 

29,S60| 20.0 

91,440 14.6 

621,7711 20,3 

457.7581 21.0 

198.7731 21,8 



195,764 
466,395 
27.771! 
1,267.087 
20,906 
426.780 
301.172 



886, 7^' 13.807.093 
829,6011 17,493.148 
15,568,103 



' 785,007 

I 788,741 

774,733 

I 762,453 



14.iae.96B 
14,494,430 
18,323,469 



725.531 14.285,339 19.7 



.16,165 
69,947 
670.160 
62.896 



24 981 

60,343 
37,865 
12,926 



122,920 
210,270 
5a7,79li 
37,432 
73,375 
125,109 
31,299 
102,803 
65.431 
64,786 



16.707 
62,213 
297,931 
361.380 
113,499 



723,507 13 36 



11.91 



8 34 



243,120 12 

171,969 12 38 

55,092 10 05 

481,537 13 "" 

113.541 10 38 

244,373 11 "" 



7.651,2; 
8,551,7: 
ll,090,:ti 



981,340 
1.197, 
1,494.179 

837.B14 



18,150' BG4,SWl, • 



-S 



6,641 
1,017 
2,862 



73,077 
17,474 
4,616 
1,876 



9,963 
3,874 
6,484 



14 06 
16 66 
19 04 
16 96 
14 96 



13 46 
16 96 

18 00 

14 96 
16 95 
23 13 

19 14 

16 56 

15 64 
19 94 
IB 96 

17 36 



1,196| 1 
10,170: 20 14 

399' 19 94 
360 18 94 
9,702 16 26 
11,975 16 76 
2,760 IB 93 
3,491' 20 63 
1,0371 1994 



4,452 18 26 

ll,436l 14 16 

6,447 19 24 

1,843 SO Bl 

1,082 16 16 

1.237 16 95 

6,284 10 94 

1.216 19 94 

16,2.11 16 M 



819,114 
1,414.988 
91:1,676 



ABLS SI I. Showing by County MunicipalitiiH of Ontario, the wea, produce and tuaikat value of 
the crope of Rye and Buolcwhaat for the year 1900. together with the totals for the Provinoe for tha 
psit ten yean, and the average for the nioelieeii yean, 1S32-1900 ; also the svernKee per acre. 



Algoma . . . 
Brant 

Carleton " 
Dnfferiu . . . 
Dandai . . . 
Durham . . . 

Elgin .... 
Enex ..... 

Glengarry . 
GrenviUe 

Grey 

Haldimand 

BBlibortoD . . . 

Haltcm 

HaatingB 

Kant .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
LupbtoD 

LeX -',...'!.! 
Leanox ft Add. 

LidooId 

Manitonlia . . . 

Hiddtesei , 

Muskoka . ... 

NipiBmoR 

Norfolk 

'NoTtbnmbertaud 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Fairy Sound . . . 

Peel 

Perth 

Petei borough . 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Eenfcpw 

BiUBeU 

Simcoe 

Stormimt 

'Vlatoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington ... 
Wentworth ... 

York 

The Province : 
1900. 



187,785 
148,080 
120,350 
9D,1J4 



2,214 

42,26^ 
21,997 
29,162 
74,872 
17,601 
142,428 
a4.700 



29.0(14 
3S,eB6 
fl9,210 



85,807 
4,540 
94,455 



116,417 

2,37B 

101,112 



2,284,846 
2,678,284 
3,382,003 
2,230.873 
1.900,117 
l,B8l},606 



14,771 



Ll 




BUREAU OF INDUSTEIES. 



L E XIII. Showing by Coaiity MnnicipalllieB of OnUiio the aiea, produce and market vali 
le oropB of Cora for husking Bnd for fodder fur the jear 1900, logether with the totals for the Pto' 
<r the paet nius ye&re, and the atern^^ for the nine yeare 1892-1900; alaa the areragps pei acre. 



Com far Hilo and Fodder. 













Acres. 


AlBoma 


69 


Brant 


7,139 










Dufferio 


39 


Dnndaa . 


4,409 


Dorham 


2,547 












8,611 


Glengairy.... 






4,868 




6S2 










alton 


1.237 


raatinga 


7,999 










-amblon*.... 


20.3Sfl 


.anark 






7,96C 






Addington . 






7.86J 




5i 






Moskoka ... 








Norfolk .. . 


21,44( 


Norlhamberrc 


B,S6C 






Oitord 


12,124 


Parry Soand . 


]3i 




707 


Perth 


494 


Peterboroufth. 


667 






Prince Edwarc 




Kpnfrew 




Russell .... 


941 






atormont .... 


2,45* 


Victoria 








Welland 


9,09( 


Wellington . 






4,481 


York 


1.400 


The Province. 




1900 


330,772 


1899 


833,590 


1898 .... 


330.743 






1B96 


317 667 


1896 


303,92E 






1S93 


217,291 






1B92-I00O 


•390,760 



89 064 
479,940 
116,100 
5,056,612 
1.778,060 



310.300 
337,048 
93.3,548 



176,700 
448,000 
39,716 



27,093,661 
81,673,!.- - 
28,442,593 



160,677 
16,941 
35,425 



196.913 

1,379 

fil6,533 



56,014 
142,016 
13,590 



8,588,659 
4,291,.'M)0 
4,711,961 
4,868, — 
4,717,. _. 
6,609.296 
4,247,867 
3,729,335 
2,953,368 



20 29 
12 68 
23 78 
16 48 



22 82 
19 02 
19 02 
au 43 



2G 04 

25 78 
27 26 
14 27 
12 68 

26 04 
18 S9 
26 63 
24 41 



14 27 
23 14 
31 66 



42,576 

38,944 

116.327 

7,300 



29.632 

17,360 
25,229 
46,945 



TB9ti8 
69,691 
48,450 
17.600 
2,016 
27.481 
79,024 
86,653 
81,470 
36,321 
86,404 



15.60 
12.60 
ia.68 



189.948 3,128.073 

209.0U5 2,6c:.::: . 

178,963' 1.948.780 : 
" "■ 89B 1.776,664 



S.';,162 
77.88B 
230,654 



1S7.996 
139.382 
96,900 
36,200 



12.18 
10 00 
12.35 
12.96 
13.44 



76,986 
123,534 

26,776 
68.213 



ine comninea averaiie area lor oorn cor tne nineteoD 
value of the piodnce for the eame period being !5,KI^.^ti&. 



THE REPORT OF THE 



POTATOES AND CARROTS. 

i I V, Showing by County MunioipftlJIiieB of Ootirin, the area, produce and markat »»li 
ips of PoCaCoes and Carrola for the year IBOO, together with the totals for the Provioca for 
m years and the aver»((e ffir the ninataen yeara, 1882-1900 ; uUa the averages per acre. 



Algoma 

Brant 

C»r\etiia".'.. '.'.'.'.'.. 

Dnffaiin 

Dundaa 

Durham 

Elgin 

Fnmtenac ....... 

Glmgatry 

QrenvilU 

Grey 

Haldlmand . , . 

HalibortoQ 

HaltoD 

Kant .'.'.'.'.'..'..',.'. 
Iiucbton 

Lennix k Addiag, 

Lincoln 

Manitoulio 

Middlesex 

MoBlcoka 

Nipiaaing 

Norfolk 

Hotthumbetland . . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Parry Soond 

Pael 

Parth 

Peterboroogb ... 

ProBCott 

Prince Edward . . 

Benfrew 

Eouell 

BimooB 

Btonnont 

\^Dl>otia 

Waterloo 

WellMid 

Wellington 

Wenfcworth 

York 

The Provinoe . . . 

leoo 

,i . 1899 

.r .1898 

1897 

1896 

1896 

1894 

1893 

1892 

1891 

1862-1900 .... 



1B7,6«I 130. 

284,S8<t 119. 

688,963 137. 

830,198 151. 

699,081 161. 



3,381 g97.!(64 



3. 096 
3,9,il 
4,368 



3,704 
3,810 
3,183 



424,015 
497.826 
624.160 
293,490 
506.008 
840,314 
179,2^ ■ 



ftl3,4»J 
469,296 
610,720 



^8.:^78 



133. 



'447,034 134. 

409,326 102. 

310.936 102 

87.360. 160. 

789.rffl4, 134 

144.837. 133. 

97,335; 136. 

416,768' 128. 

688,2781 113. 

632,S76| 126. 

4,^1,139 137. 



666,901 
616.635 
384.104 



14,368,636 
16,100,797 
21.306,477 
39,390,884 
17,168,130 
12,911,212, 
12,339,817 
24.066,886: 



76,.'H0 
131.807 
219.312 
46,783 
20,882 



106,8: 

66,054 

22,801 
306,032 

37.H02 

25.406 
108,777 
153, B41 
166.180 
112.637 

45,310 
147,951 
134.694 
100.3,-- 

80.* 

65,648 
136.31.5 

34,666 
316.893 

58,267 
133,398 
114.174 



77.4 



6,606,351 
6,538.144 
6,332," 
6.424,218 
6,68i.03S 
6,936.969 
6,076.748 



10,320 
11.891 
12.418 
12,035 
13,333 
13,002 



48,000 
61.880 

133.608 
33,496 
17,640 
33,200 
91,060 

104,829 
49,068 



24.598 

3.600 

102,720 

132.89 



39,038 246. 

67, ir "" 
70,200 
188,670 

67.6001 320. 

51,408| 378. 

89.0001 366. 

27.37li 271. 

29,694i 303. 

63,4921 407. 



3,460,123 336. 

3.074,036 309. 

4,313,861 347. 

4,433,638 369. 

4,618,441 374. 

4,581,373 368, 

3,716,140 332. 

2,971,460 320. 

3.827,361; 385, 

3,814,0161 387 

3,799,941| 349. 



2.039 
9,816 

16,169 

15,662 
6,610 
6,639 

13.563 
9,661 
6.898 
9.356 
6.000 
7.736 

16,676 
2,937 



13.367 

8,730 
9,108 



12,840 
16.361 
11,.317 



639,283 
664,304 

677,306 
572.672 
464,618 
371,431 
478.420 
476,753 

474,993 



I 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



MiNGEL-WURZELS AND TURNIPS 



a 



X V. Showing by County Municipal] tiea of Ootario, the area, produce and market value of the 
crops of ManKel-Wnnels and Turnipa for the year 1900, together with the totals for the Province for 
the paat ten year* and the average tor the nineteen yearB, 1&82-1900 ; also Che averageB per acre. 



f Oouatiee 

maa and 

Braiili 

OarlatDU 

Dnfieria 

Dandsi 

Durham 

Elgin 

FronCenao. . . . 
Glengarry . . . 

Grenville 

Grey 

Haldimand ... 
HalibnrtoD . . . 

Halton 

HastinRB 

Kant ..!!!!!! 
Lambton 

Lennoi 4 Add.. 

Maaitoulin . 
Middlesex. . 
Muskoka 
NipisBintt 
Norfolk .... 
Nortdiumberlaod 

Ontaria 

Oxford 

Parry flonnd. . . 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough . . 

Prince Bdward. 
' Benf rew . . . 

Ruuell 

SimooB 

Stormont . . . 

Victoria 

Waterloo ... 
Wetland .... 
WaUington . 
Wantworth . 

York 

The Province: 

1900.... 

IBHB ... 

18S8.. 

1897 ... 

I 1896... 

br««^ 1396... 

I^^E. 1SS4... 

^^V 1861.. 





Mangel-WurceU. 






TurnipB 






.„... 


Bushels. 


Yield 


Market 
value. 


it« 


Acres. 


Burhela. 


Yield 


■SJS'lli 








3 


« R 








s 


S 0. 


w 


19,811 


867. 


1,68[ 


29 3{ 




199,011 


302 


19.90 


30 20 












4,01. 


1,657,782 


413 


165,77. 






910.S3f 


448. 


72,821 




9,18 


3,069,02' 


336 


306.90 


33 60 




468.04: 


446. 


36,64! 


36 Hi 








89.64< 


46 00 


601 


196,89! 




16,751 




6.23: 


2,ieO,8H 


413 


216,08: 




27S 


11S.B92 


436. 


9,4tfi 


34 8f 






■m 




32 90 




63S,78t 








6.441 


1,861,44! 




186,141 


28 90 


1,00J 


615.69! 


6U. 


4l,24f 


40 81. 




209,21' 


:m 


20,92 


39 40 




















35! 


137.67( 


390, 


n.Q\i 




8481 318,00( 


375 


31,801 


37 60 


26i 


130.2% 


486, 


10,42; 


39 Oi 




400 


16.441 


40 00 


2a; 


112,712 




9.011 




218| 89.816 


41« 


8.981 


41 20 


1,821 


raf.WH 


400, 


68.30^ 


32 OC 




4,724,321 


366 


4!2.4S; 


36 60 






















41 


8.20( 


200. 


666 


16 0( 


■2ib 


79.95( 


MV5 


7.991 


32 50 


1,296 


4H3,40E 


373, 


88,67; 


29 84 






;«6 


77,301 


38 60 








24,12S 






918.902 




91,391 






2,070.041 


471. 


166,60^ 


37 6! 


9.99< 


3,419,66( 


:m 


341.961 


34 20 


















5,091 




1,70- 


8.w,ii: 


603, 


68,66' 


40 24 


331 


115.231 


359 


. 11,62. 


36 90 


406 


233, 12( 


470. 


18,64! 


37 6( 




683, 95( 


4W 


58,39! 


42 60 




219,S7( 


3i;. 


17,59C 


25 at 




336,60f 


SiHIi 






2t; 


51,30^ 


212. 


i.HK 


16 96 




66.16( 


115 


B.eii 


19 50 


43; 


30i,;tti 


483. 


16,3451 38 64 


407 


150, la; 


m> 


15,011 


36 90 


B( 


13,05( 


226. 


l,044i 18 Ot 


BOS 


ll7.47f 


389 


11.741 


38 90 


3,07! 






116.433f 37 84 




1,1H6.91{ 


4W 


119.691 


42 90 




19.272 




1,542 


23 36 




202,52( 


31 Ih 


20.251 




K 




200. 


266 


16 OC 


21J 


i3.m 


•m 




20 00 






















],09i 


467.076 


426. 


37,aB( 


34 0( 


5.654 


1.698,20( 


:flKi 


169.68 


30 00 


2,077 


1,066,601 


613. 


85,24( 


41 04 




4,236.466 


!t34 


423,64 


33 40 




1,700,461 


540. 


136,031 


43 2C 


7,254 


3,394.875 


46N 




46 80 




I4,12( 


368. 




28 24 


1,00! 


401^206 


Wf 




40 20 








SI, 536 




2,341 


756,466 










2.l68.07f 


527. 


173.446 


42 16 




S,a53,47f 


423 


265, 34f 


42 30 






















196 


68,601 


360. 


5.m 


28 0( 


276 


90,62P 


Wi 


9.061 


32 80 


2Si 


84, SA) 


293. 


6,761 


2:144 


163 


61.6H 


378 


6.161 


37 80 


ffiii 


24B,6IS 


m. 


19,722 


30 96 


1.036 


384.366 


3/1. 




37 10 


m 


16B,00C 


500, 


13,30( 


40 OC 




374.360 


MM 


37.43fl 


sg 20 


1.87£ 


914, 43C 


489. 










384 


382.771 




23i 


116 00( 


MO, 


9.28( 


40 OC 


1T2 


43,860 


»>6 


4,386 


26 60 


l,51i 


686 e.w 


388, 


46,93! 


31 01 


6,966 


2,870.31U 


48') 




48 20 




fi81.29: 


4JB, 


64.604 


35 61 


6,834 


2.15S.7't6 










IIB.IH 


330, 


9,293 


26 41 


3.17 


74,181 


313 


7.418 


31 30 


3,016 


1326.6« 




106,128 


S6 21 






4*rl1 




43 10 


1,944 


989.496 


609. 


79.160 


Z?i 


3,38! 


1,273.760 


376 


137,276 


37 60 


3,793 


1,740,628 


469, 


139,242 


8.427 


3,084,282 


366. 


308,428 


36 60 


64,6M 


24,72R,536 


453. 


1,978,282 


36 27 


156.583 


59.380,395 


379 


5.933/140 


37 90 






















47,923 


31,957.664 




1.766,606 


36 6B 


151.601 


61,727,882 


427 


6.472,788 


42 70 


4I.17E 


18.103,387 


440. 




3B 17 




68,297.148 


457 


9,82B.n6 


45 73 












148,33' 




471. 




47 10 


34,.S8a 


15,96l.,WS 


464. 


1,276,92( 


37 14 


151,806 




418 


6,849,670 
























21.61B 


8,B82,5l!f 




686.601 


31 91 


136,604 


56,975,355 


41V 


6,697.636 


41 71 




10,350.47- 


470, 


828,03( 


37 5{ 


123,827 


63.541.641 


4110 




49 03 












128,075 






6,885,845 


64 61 


28,116 


ia,:m,9;2 


43D. 


986,715 


36 09 


124,964 


62.408,929 


«4 


I VIWsSSS' 


\ »^S^ 



^i^ 



THE REHORT OF THE 



HAY AND CLOVER-ALL FIELD CROPS. 



ABLE XYL Sbovitie by OouQty Municipalities of OnUtrio, tbe 
tbe crop of Hay »Dd Clovec for the year 1900, tof:ether with the tol 
rears and tbe areragsa for tba nJneCeeii yesr> 1883-1900 ; alea the i 
aggregate area and market value of all the " " ' ' 



le field Qcope enumerated 



area, produoe and market valup of 
lie fur the FrDvioce Eor the past tea 
'NB^et per aore. It oIbo shom tbe 
1 Tables ix-iii. 



1 



BrMit 

Oarletun'.' . 
DuffsrlQ 
Dnndie .. 
Durham... 
Elgin 



Grey 

Haldimaiid 

SaliburtoQ 

Halt™ 

Kent 

IiambtoD 

Lennox and Addington . . 

Linooln 

ManitonliD 

Middleaei 

MuBkoka 

Nipiaeiog 

Norfolk 

Northumberland 

Ontario 

Oxioid 

Parry Sound 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborongb 

Freioatt 

PrinoB Edward 

Renfrew 

Rneaell , 

Simcoe 

Stormont 

Viotoria 

Watisrioo 

WelUnd 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 

Tbe Province : 

1900 

ISSH 



IS9,961 
63,806 
13.617 
29,670 



<t0,921 
39,198 
»,593 
96.963 
34.492 
10.6" " 
40,867 
51,437 
60,f7S 
63,041 
24,416 
33,492 
76,618 
39,038 



3,766,894 
3,616.367 
3,649,976 



44,492 
48,987 
88 008 
S4.6rO 
61.477 



27.S90 
114,081 
143,593 
]02,S40 



28,411 
13,6 . 
46,677 
64,284 
68,453 
97.714 
29,643 
33,492 
109 690 
67,761 
67,730 
39,679 
38,068 



3,133, 

3,498,70fi 

4,399,063 

8,811. 

2,260,240 

1,849.914 

3.B76.300 

■,9S3.BB7 



2,392,798 



525,334 
394,854 
99 1.091.046 
431,039 
120.899 
236,607 
967,433 
1,217," " 



910,396 
362,654 
614.770 



11 79 
11 11 
14 16 
13 91 



116.837 1 
394,973 
646,138 1 



276,532 

9,mi71 1 

469,813 1 

489,650 1 



8 81 
10 43 
13 47 
10 35 



201,768 
17I.B12 

9d,020 
206,909 
207,463 
210,916 
1.W.818 
lia&66 

99,359 



8,701,71 

S,611.4'_ _ 

8,821,173 

8,227, _ . 

8,064.612 

8,0H0.20S 

7.834,213 

7,971,31 



4,199,506 
3,621.140 
2,174,781 



246, 5< 
46.092 
176,918 
290,995 
160,416 
108,787 
125,670 
193,2.'- 
67,9! 



198,278 
191,057 
123.619 
337,348 



13 41 
13 50 

12 6» 

13 87 
13 11 
18 12 
18 73 



1,413,915 1 

1,343,146 1 

4,656,934 1 

1,760.K90 1 

266,941 1 

1,420,777 ] 

3,013,372 1 

5,280,948 1 

4.934,579 1 

3,865, 2B5 I 
2,056,81" 
1,849,9* 
1,474,200 

1,306 272 I 

6,273! 
469,464 
220,970 

3,304,-- 

3,6;n, 

3.467... 
3,949,161 
636.163 
3,219,984 
4,347,468 
1,966,588 
1,161,0% 
1-171,""" 



10 6» 

11 91 
13 1» 
1170 
13 1& 
16 Oft. 
11 42 
13 63 



4,614,044 



I 11 7» 
> 18 06 
I 13 47 
' 11 92 
! 13 16 
I 13 61 
. 10 14- 
I 13 76 
13 32 
13 8a 



114,768,761 IB l» 

106,771,321 12 Oa 

110,628.947 12 61 

106.963,471 12 S» 

88.900,136 10 4t 

99,666,8961 11 98 

04,065,392 11 43 

101,886,667; 13 65 

110.563,493 13 6B 

130,866,033 16 70 

110,264,687: IS 83 ' 



THE REPORT (JF THE 



[No. X6l 



PA3TUJ1E-0R0HARD-VINE YARD-APPLES. 

Tabli XVIX I.— SboviDo: by Count; Municipalltiea of Oatario the area Id putare (cleared land} ■] 
ocohard and EanJen, and vineyard, far the year 1900, togebber with the totaU for the Provinoe for Aa i 
put ten jeaiB ; alao the number of apple trteg and the yield. 



Coaotfea and 
DiBtriotB. 


Pasture, 


Orohard 

and 
Garden. 


Vine- 
yard. 


Apple tceee. j9 


16 years and over. 


No. of trM',«H 
under UH 


No. of 
trees. 


BuahetB. 


BuBh. 
per 

tree. 


AJgoma 

Brant , 


""5^63 
34.675 

118.767 
79.904 
37,796 
40,980 
48,927 
70,431 
33,616 
73. .501 
63,082 
53,238 

135,398 

36,258 

8,111 

28,617 

' 96,700 

149.741 
63.141 
83,363 

110,304 
90.600 
63.818 
21,722 
6^110 

169.778 

4^461 
36,357 
64,-166 
64.094 
81'.776 
12,091 
33,725 
84,160 
69,201 
38,789 
34,707 
76.771 
32,093 
85.830 
42,321 
48,349 
27.296 
36,365 
74,407 
29,990 

3,694,600 
2,710.268 
3,708,043 
2,858,346 
2,669,744 
2,728,655 
2,708,341 
1,683,180 
2.663,040 
3.731.281 


747 
6,473 
9,803 
3,673 
3,162 

a,8ie 
7,465 
10,426 
11,315 
4,313 
3,193 
2,943 
14,821 
6,740 
440 
9,912 
10,805 
H..'i39 
17,086 
12,667 
3,026 
4,378 
6.861 
1U,240 
690 
16,680 
984 
a20 
10,206 
12,664 

8,907 

11,089 
698 
6,186 
7,430 

1,637 
9,461 
3,600 
776 
11,600 
2.153 
3,713 
6,808 
8,651 
7,577 
13,348 
12,177 

339,411 
338,073 
336,420 
33(!.341 
"320,132 
•312,787 


9 
76 
67 
40 
66 
38 
38 
126 

"I 

112 
15 

309 
78 

429 
163 
36 
16 

3,267 

374 
13 
15 

141 
97 
69 
96 
3 
48 
47 

30 
64 
50 
47 

127 
36 
42 

1,034 

121 

1,521 

78 

10,687 
10,80;) 
10.118 
U,10G 


1,183 
116,663 
234,111 
41,694 
61.423 
73,876 
188.960 
194,784 
169,262 
87,760 
43,449 
69.005 
336,349 
ie0,285 
2,692 
202,876 
186,346 
361,117 
305,046 
264,734 
62,117 
78,132 
85,830 
218,934 
4,181 
288,691 
3,722 
SOI 
177,046 
331,732 
198,223 
212 986 
1,146 
131.656 
163,333 
66,740 
27,111 
205,131 
21,276 
11.049 
301,080 
54.380 
68,596 
108,134 
186.443 
161,663 
218,707 
330,546 

6,618.048 
6,334,843 
6,231,324 
6,102,399 
6.913,906 
6,83S,916 

;■; 


8.673 

726,682 

805,343 

306,386 

313,406 

361.988 

819,634 

1.308,948 

976,643 

640,676 

277,306 

246.641 

1,327,016 

927.258 

12,027 

1,256,796 

1,164,663 

1,703,917 

2,361,066 

1,179,418 

319.998 

443.790 

466,067 

1,606,903 

i,m 

1,904,701 

13,841 

1,603 

1,384,500 

1,843,624 

860 288 

1,646,378 

4,194 

633,091 

1,067.308 

288,599 

161,822 

1,302,618 

76,806 

69,444 

976,238 

314,801 

333,000 

655,809 

1,236,117 

338,846 

1,373,876 

1,074,344 

36,993,017 
19,136,439 


3.02 
6,33 
3.44 
4.96 
4.16 
4.90 
4.39 
6,72 
6.77 
7.30 

4.'l8 
4.08 
6.17 
4.64 
6.19 
6.25 

■7 74 
4.63 
6.14 
5.68 
6.43 
7.34 

6'60 
3.45 

3.00 
7.83 
5.73 
4.34 
7.26 

5;20 
6.90 
4.39 
6.60 
6,:i6 
3.61 
5.38 
4.85 
3.95 
4.81 
5.14 
8,83 
6.18 

i.W 

5.68 
3.02 


16,93S ^1 
391487 V 
91,175 ^\ 

68,866 ■ ■! 
45,322 1 
40,618 

94i886 

83,016 

66,239 

34,938 

48,602 
183,048 

36,476 ,1 
9,935 * 

69.436 
173,071 
139,113 
149,883 
134,492 

47,243 

56,088 

86,176 

27 3U 

14,960 
146,938 

20,073 
3,860 

37,385 
340,360 
118,048 

44.369 
9.663 

43,661 

60.909 

52,371 

30.066 
142,074 

41,063 

17,866 
189,114 

30;071 

68,218 

311,144 I 

35,137 

58,148 

66,802 
116,029 

3,430,670 1 
3,416,136 
3,468,820 

3,436.018 . 
3,548,068 
8,362,401 1 


CarletOQ 






EMtin 

Bb.6!C 


Qlenftarry 


HddimaDd' ::::;: :..::■ 


Halton 




Kent 

Lanark 

Leeds 

Lennox & Addington . . . 
Lincoln 


Middtesox 

Mnakofea 


nS"^ ■:;■::::::;::: 

Nonbumberland 


Oxford 




Perth 


Prenoott . 

Priooe Edward 

Renfrew 

BuBseU. 

. Simcoe 


Vioturia 

Wauirloo 

Welland 






The Province ; 
1900 




1898 


13,843,720 
55,895,755 


3.19 
9.45 


1898 






1H93 














1S91 












. 


^ 




■Indadi 


g vineya 


rd, 







19«0 ] 




BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES, 




35 


1 

HOR3B3. i 

on July 1, 1900. tosethar with tha totsla for tha Province tor the pub ten ye»r. [ olaa the number and 
value of hoiBf H sold during the year ending Jana 30. 


Counlia* and 
DiBtricte. 


On bond July 1. 


Sold in year. 


Wo;^ng 


Breading 


Other 
horeeB. 


Tatata. 


No, 




No. 


Valne. 


Valufl. 


11 

> 

70 ' 

83 

87 

81 ' 

69 

80 

77 

72 

04 

76 

64 

72 , 
76 

61 
73 
63 

88 : 

75 
77 
73 
73 
64 
74 

1 

73 ! 

75 
74 
70 

65 ' 

93 

85 

76 - 

66 
70 
»7 
79 
61 
78 
81 
74 
80 
78 
93 

79 

71 
S5 
62 
61 
65 
77 
84 


AlBon,- 


6.269 
13,637 
9:321 
6,4S1 

elsso 

9,199 
10,913 
10,G70 
6.S83 
5,902 
4,833 
17,365 
6,944 
1.064 
6.018 
12,364 
16,724 
14,762 
11,481 
6,940 
7.399 
7,726 
6,286 
1.241 
17,758 
2,216 

9,339 
10,651 
11,077 
12,184 
1.993 
7,573 
12,358 
6,943 
4,295 
6,319 
8,620 
3,181 
18.599 
4,253 
8,083 
8;987 
6,418 
14,160 
8,51£ 
14,500 

406,883 
418,490 
430.504 
436,931 
434,384 
423.673 
395,686 


331 

3,914 
1,912 
1,836 

S93 
1,957 
1,942 
3,084 
1,167 
1,807 

867 
4,224 
1,631 

176 

1,916 
4,9H9 
3;213 
3,008 
1^400 
1,:136 
1,360 
886 
220 
4,6M 

188 
1.648 
1,754 
3.020 
2,530 

439 
1,938 
3,883 
1,307 
1,434 
1.068 
1,917 

993 
4,391 
^083 
3,059 
1,630 

899 
3,408 

3)297 

90,136 
86,614 
77,886 
69,910 

7i.im 
88,982 
100,553 
109,865 
127,188 


393 
1,316 
5,341 
2,035 
3,060 
11248 
3,002 
3,156 
3.921 
1,334 

i,sm 

914 
5,376 
2,349 

307 
1,2B8 
3,924 
6,919 
4;822 
4,189 
1,901 
1,693 
3,090 
1,241 

370 
6,882 

465 

193 
3,464 
2,953 
3,829 
3,539 

516 
3,489 
4.604 
1,803 
1,6S9 
1,729 

i.oos 

6.363 
1.307 
2,661 
1,751 
1,484 
4,119 
2,120 
4,362 

131,290 
110,420 
102,861 
106,809 
133,482 
161,867 
190,129 
311,019 
220.281 


?,306 

8,625 
23,793 
13.268 
10,317 
7,591 
14,158 
16,011 
l£i.675 
9.454 
9 678 
6,604 
36.965 
10,024 
1,547 
8,169 
17.193 
28,632 
32,796 
18,878 
10,241 
10,427 
11,066 
8,413 
1,831 
29;271 
3,096 
1,301 
13,451 
16,267 
17,926 
18,243 
3,998 
12,000 
.20,844 
10,062 
7,318 
9.106 
12,544 
5,149 
39;363 
6,643 

12 358 
8,751 
21,687 
13.090 
23,159 

617.309 
615,524 
611,341 
613,670 
634,749 
647,696 
674,777 
686,187 


198,737 

588,863 

1,836,319 

1,119,804 

769,930 

631,361 

1,076,160 

1,131,819 

l.l;«,740 

841.466 

661,888 

447,313 

3,040,400 

772,843 

106,698 

611.669 

1,163,866 

2.433,075 

1,766.502 

1.43f950 

783,130 

738.823 

739,346 

600,326 

137,816 

2.343,486 

240,324 

91,263 

919,644 

1,028,846 

1,474,625 

1,362,280 

345,617 

981,652 

1,732,558 

74^60 

561.629 

681,238 

998.886 

398,734 

2,360,740 

438,820 

987.167 

905,974 

616,060 

1,647,387 

929,816 

1,888,980 

46,916,999 
42,713,557 
38,669,896 
36,111,806 
37,186,693 
40,283,7W 
46,:i46,614 
60,627,472 
65,812,020 


230 

413 
2,109 
1,212 

661 
798 
1,208 
1,003 
fiBB 
716 

2,233 

724 

99 

366 

1,187 

3,370 

1,398 

1,740 

'973 

733 

809 

563 

214 

3,903 

339 

101 

894 

96! 

1,428 

1,410 

366 

862 

1,861 

695 

645 

602 

1,076 

316 

2,201 

601 

714 

790 

e.yj 

1,864 
635 
1.607 

47,936 
45,367 
44,404 
43,511 
44,468 
40.346 
41,916 
47,897 
46,955 


s 

19,780 
28,910 

1051444 
67,311 
44.919 
63,840 
93,016 
72,144 
42,624 
64,416 
24,832 

160,704 
55,034 
6,039 
26,718 
74,781 

296,560 

104,850 

13.n,980 
71.029 
63,779 
51,776 
40,933 
14,552 

246,766 
17,208 
7,676 
66,156 
67,370 

134,232 

131,260 
16,640 
80,166 

168,185 
63,185 
55,470 
39,733 
75,360 
27,406 

173,879 
36,661 
55,693 
66,360 
48,470 

149,120 
49,530 

149,451 

3,774,480 
3,304,006 
a,f84,107 
3,700,479 
2,713,888 
2,616,391 
3,322,600 
4,001,534 
4,380,vai 






1 Caileton 




K:.::::.::;^. 

Glengarry 

Granville 


Haldimand 




Kent 






Lennox & Add .... 


Manitoulin 

Middlaeex 




Northumberland... 




Perth 

PetBtboroQgh 

Prescott 

Prince Edward..,. 










Waterloo 


WelUngton 

Weotwoith 


The Province : 
1900 




k 


i " ' 




fc 






^^^^ 







THE REPOET OF THE 



A fi I, E XX. Showing by County MunicipaliCin of Ootario, the nnmber and vbIuk of oattle on h&nd un 
Jul; 1, 1900, togetber with tlie toUla fjr the Province for the put ten yean ; also tbe Dumber and 
value of cattle «o1d or alaoghtered during the jrear ending June 30. 





On hand July 1. 


Soldo 


■laughtered in 




Milch 
cow«. 

3,188 
11,601 
30,012 
34,26^ 

12,428 

34; m 

15,871 
24,215 
16,417 
24,80<> 
28,61S 
21,266 
38.619 
12,939 
3,180 
10,314 
43,803 
34,538 
30,753 
22,043 
24,724 
34,011 
21,643 
9,04b 
2,865 
38,877 
5.625 
1,905 
17.953 
24,674 
21,198 
38.952 
5,169 

US 

19,313 
18.686 
13,784 

as 

32,895 
21,304 
16.632 

27,307 
15,176 
23.fl9l 

976.124 
974, 4V4 
965,021 
910,336 
920,316 
888,228 
834,237 
803.593 
787,836 
773,234 


Store 
cattle 
over 2 
yeara. 


To°°« 


Total. 




Counties and districts. 


No. 


Value. 


Valae 




cattle. 


No. 


Valoe. 


hC. 




1,376 
3,003 
33,334 
11,292 
7,034 
2,558 
6,518 
10,001 
6,330 
6,190 
3..361 
2,812 
22,331 
8.863 
1.128 
4,598 
5,791 
31,002 
15,357 
18.586 
8,736 
5,490 

1,946 
1,390 

30,447 
1,8»7 
861 
3,609 
5.300 

11,564 

11,437 
B;138 
5,179 

15,376 
4,076 
3,292 
1,439 

13.0D7 
2,530 

16.499 
2.699 
9368 
4S43 
3,768 

16,724 
3.245 
7,812 

393,665 
366 605 
345.695 
3R6,406 
370,409 
366,641 
376,809 
378,014 
366,705 
359.31S 


4.990 
13,074 
47,621 

34,939 
]8.002 

13,007 
19,620 
29,323 

19.519 
20,048 
16,843 
11,136 
60,277 
16,280 

4,969 
11.333 
31,314 
58,435 
30,362 
36,071 
23.360 
20.370 
19.137 

8,566 

^148 
62,707 

7.756 

2.666 
16,881 
24,021 
28,66S 
33.619 

7,963 
14,200 
43,830 
19.388 
12,466 

9.8.53 
28,845 

8,456 
4^863 
10,491 
24.200 
17,446 
11.809 
41.316 
15,499 
31,39a 

1,060.641 
987.871 
905.237 
B76,6S1 
891,203 
896,231 
888,256 
876,270 


9,664 
27,178 
110,967 
70,WI6 
37.46; 

42!0Ot 
63.443 
41.266 

50.044 
481820 
36,213 

121,027 
31,582 
9,277 
26:246 
80,928 

123,975 
66,471 
76.700 
56.819 
59,871 
47.614 

9.'40; 
131.831 

15.278 
5422 
38.442 
53,995 
61,425 
84,008 
15,270 
33,238 
93,363 
42,677 
84,344 
26.076 
65,282 
23,710 
93.247 
S4;394 
50,320 
36.654 
22.624 
86,377 
33,920 
53.302 

3.439,330 
2,318,355 
a.216,943 
2.182.326 
2,181.968 
2.1B0.103 
2,099.301 
2,057,882 
2,029,140 
i:978;816 


* 

208.475 

639,271 

2,822.082 

1,609,196 

852,937 

897,679 

983,018 

1,. ■563,807 

907,271 

936,111 

1,020,763 

779,016 

2,678,032 

716.962 

158,042 

659.842 

1,673.979 

3.185,347 

1,635,483 

1,816.416 

1.221.632 

1,282.643 

941,195 

474,375 

175,014 

3,407.181 

390.393 

98;534 

793,902 

1.116,818 

1,650.443 

2,190,468 

287;56! 

889,346 

2,284,673 

859.296 

727,807 

496,812 

1,331,682 

514.533 

2,040,059 

743,427 

1,069.360 

900,917 

497,631 

3,162,931 

863.670 

1.446,930 

ES,3M.810 
52,938.600 
47,386,254 
42,683,557 
44,383.638 
46,708.017 
47.677,587 
47.718,025 
45,648,476 


2,019 
6,384 
27,005 
13,346 
81365 
4,698 
9,46:! 

lelsBS 

10,976 
7:384 
7,293 
4,714 
28,821 
8,318 
3,494 
6,305 
13,423 
33,871 
16,524 
21,834 
11,313 

7'l! 
6|09i 
2:596 
39,646 
3,401 
763 
7,784 
9,827 
15.088 
31,67f 

22!40F 
9,335 
4fil2 
4,033 

14.687 
3,557 

23,!I87 
3.138 
9.596 

16.137 
6,933 

25,S03 
7,9S2 

18,481 

660,893 


? 


S o. 


Brlot. ::::::::;::::::::: 


188.328, 29 50 
1.003,966 87 14 








Dnnd»B 

Durham 


117,lt« 24 94 
326,1901 84 47 


^«^^- 


2J3:730 

173,195 
146.716 
117.331 
971,369 
223,172 
48,620 
215,946 
276,380 


26 85 


Qrenyille 


20 12 
24 89 






Halibnttoii 

Halton 

Harting. 


17 49 
.34 26 

20 59 










Lanark 

LAeda 

Lennox and Addington 


319,986 28 31 
175,033 21 80 
164,666. 31 02 
147,077 28 86 




1,565,224 39 48 
76,930 22 B6 


MuBkoka 














Oxford 


793,776; 86 62 






















Renfrew 


343,970 23 42 


iSS.i;:;::-;::::;::::. 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

WeUand 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 

The Province: 

1900 


739,999 80 85 
71.8921 33 91 
310.143! 32 32 
655.646, 40 63 
167,901! 28 30 
1,108,239 43 95 
340,064; 30 15 
631,413 34 16 

18,017,989 33 12 
17,303.426, 31 14 
16.121.559, 29 18 


1898 


653.485 




436,4.'il 
418,131 

461:501 
436,352 




1896 

1894 


13,272,127. -31 74 
15,219,256 34 46 


1892 


15,979.135 36 63 













lilOO] BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 






37 


1 

TaBLB XXI. Showing by Cciunty 

July 1, 1900, loge her wilh Ihe 

1 value of Bfaeep Eold or BlaughttrEd 


SHEEP. 

MDniopalitieB of OnbaFio the niuDber uid valni of dirap on hand on 
tolala for the Provinca for the pHBU tenyairB! also the number BDcl \ 
during the year endiag June 30. ' 


CcantifB sad diutriotB. 


On buid- July L 


SoUoi 


slaughtered in 
year. 


Overl 
year. 


... 

lyear. 


ToUL 


No. 


Value. 


i 
Vslne 

hfad. 


No. 


ValM. 




5,146 
11,035 
66,007 
18,i)87 
21,827 

6,081 
26,080 
27,293 
12.406 
16,172 
11,371 

7,l8fl 
68,742 
14,3K7 

B.24a 
11,319 
26.678 
47,018 
34.489 
•i7,08i 
28.113 
10,788 
12,625 

B,169 
10,382 
32.199 
11,701 

1,246 
16,169 
16,991 
29,720 
11,627 
12,3 L7 
11,791 
22.6*3 
15,494 

9;a2i 

4.653 
88,870 

6,780 
56,898 

4808 
29,266 
13,571 
10,004 
46,767 
11,762 

949,597 

930.314 

877,872 

897.886 

995,616 

1.096.993 

1,088,635 

1,032,069 

979,963 

936,713 


3.881 
9.388 
52.312 
17,294 

a),i8fi 

6,377 
21.611 
25,898 

9,652 
14.360 

9,551 

7.683 
62,773 
14,360 

4.197 
10,188 
22,670 
44.896 
23,003 
26.652 
25.119 
10,816 
11,911 

8,S97 

8,777 
29,078 

9; 646 

1.027 
J4,:167 
14,612 
24,833 
10,883 
10,012 

9.848 
23,089 
12,793 

7:973 

4,118 
33,£05 

5,188 
46,648 

3,631 
23.932 
13,018 

9,544 
43,579 
10.539 
30,411 

847.616 
842.290 
79H.143 
793,663 
863,73a 
926,740 
9J9,]70 
903.869 
870,51! 
758.038 


9,027 
20,423 
108,319 
36.281 
41.962 
12,458 
46,721 
53,190 
33,068 
a9,.W2 
20,922 
14,868 
131.615 
38,637 

9.446 
21,537 
49,148 
91,914 
46,493 
63,736 
53,332 
31,MH 
24,E66 
17,666 
19,159 
61,377 
21.347 

2.273 

30,603 
64.563 
32,612 
22.329 
21,639 
4*, 732 
2e2»7 
17,194 

8,671 
71,176 
10,968 
101,446 

8.3S9 
52.188 
36,689 
19.5J8 
90,33b 
2^.3flL 
46,077 

1,797,213 
1.772,104 
1,677,014 
1,690,360 
1,S49,348 
2.032.735 
2,015,805 
1,935,938 
1,850.473 
J, 693,751 


8 

38,996 
96.912 
609,059 
136.663 
183,960 
62,961 
200,168 
220,495 
80.561 
105,949 
82,028 
5S:817 
568,6M6 
133.392 
33,811 
105,109 
177,096 
431,297 
191.609 
231,476 
194.364 
85,314 
89,296 
74,711 
69,793 
804.832 
82,763 
8,317 
118,7% 
131.928 
270.939 
103.297 
84,723 
107,772 
200.219 
116,734 
67.233 
34.436 
266,615 
41,853 
418,411 
83,095 
233,474 
112,528 
77,846 
437,331 
108,082 
221,263 

7,711,496 
7.315,739 
6,499,696 
6,003,194 
6;663,203 
7,708,442 
8,606,671 
9,016,118 
8,569,657 


8,769 
8,345 
37,007 
16,041 
14,033 
6,027 
16.166 
21,968 
9,873 
11,921 
7,918 
6,310 
43,631 
11,737 
2,842 
8,670 
16,123 
34,4ffi 
17.414 
33,029 
20,814 
9,132 
9,851 
7,113 
5 327 
26,468 
8,008 
730 
13,370 
13,349 
18,769 
9,012 
6,440 
8,086 
18,436 
9,839 
7.619 
6,813 
23,163 
6,977 
40,424 
2,'978 
18,869 
13,129 
8,439 
36.263 
9,562 
22,270 

690.068 
6115.238 
664,239 
732,872 
766.896 
632,815 
616,446 
616,287 
676.934 


11,146 
41,975 

163.141 
53,095 
58.658 
18,801 
62,189 
92,368 
36,839 
39;3.<i9 
32,462 
34,798 

178.01 i 
48,856 
91038 
41,629 

e-voe 

159,044 
74,706 
99.571 
76.763 
36,163 
38,813 
37,741 
16.521 

130,703 
36,987 
2,26S 
51,341 
53,842 
86,713 
41,635 
21,574 
36,649 
85,6« 
40,49£ 

20,23* 
77,133 
20,322 

156,328 
10,5(2 
81,325 
61.706 
35.G97 

181,678 
39,683 
96,875 

3,872 609 
2,6a9,30l 

2:460:;t79 
2,638,171 
2,636.709 
3.484,612 
3.562,267 
3,784.288 
2,640,190 


3 0. 
404 
503 

4 43 

3 63 

4 18 J 

3 74 ' 

4 10 1 
420 ' 
B G3 

380 
4 10 

3 03 

4 08 

4 12 < 

3 18 

479 

3 SO 

463 

429 

452 

3 64 . 
306 

394 
390 
297 

4 94 
337 
3 10 

3 84 
436 
462 

4 63 

3 35 

4 62 
4 65 
4 13 
306 
3 67 
3 33 
8 40 
3 84 

3 54 

4 31 

4 70 
423 

5 01 
4 16 
435 

4 16 

3 96 
3 70 
346 

3 46 
364 

4 14 
4 52 
4 68 






Oarleton 












GlanKacrj- 

Grenvyia 






H»lton 

Haitinga 






Lanurk 








Manitoulln 

Middleuei 

MuBkokft 


NSk".:-::--;:-::::::::;::::::: 

OntKio 

Oxford 




Perth 








Eusaell 




Victoria 










ThaProvinoa: 

1900 




















' 1 1 


^^^^ M 



THE REPORT OP THB 





On band Jnly 1. 




Conntiea >Dd diitrict*. 


Urer 
1 yew. 


Under 
lyeH. 


Tot*l.. 


No. 


Value. 


ValDB- 




Na 


Vftloe. 


h^. 




1,164 

8,895 
fi.322 
t620 
4,001 
4,318 
9,102 

16.733 
4,095 
4,H0 
S,60S 
9,976 
3,213 
611 
2.727 
9.195 
8,Bli4 

16,160 
6,775 
4;482 
5,980 
B.626 
3,8B9 
1,831 

10,7(18 
908 
64» 
6,798 
6,112 
6,6SE 
7,797 
i,:tio 
3,9H 
8.266 
4,095 
3,116 

7,694 
2,729 
18,187 
2,66 
4.887 
4,97^ 
3.40 
9,2a 
4,02 
7,02 

265,45 
295.31 
266,04 
2!15,47 
343, 75( 
344, IW 
937,87 
220,39 
231,321 
324,13 


3,973 

aelaeo 

60,116 
27,986 
30,236 
32,035 
26.056 
61.212 
78,351 
13.879 
16,360 
16,356 
61,492 
22,377 

1,821 
19.630 
34,576 
64,261 
99.589 
41,130 
18,576 
23.713 
1R.142 
16..525 

4.126 
67,363 

2,932 

1,154 
38,717 
80.130 
46;966 
68.381 

3.690 
24,Sfl8 
61,378 
19.605 

9,476 
11,201 
18,664 

7,424 
81,259 
11.861 
27,623 
33,749 
14.163 
65,037 
38,346 
6t,849 

, 1,606.181 

, 1.675,721 

1 1.376.739 

1,049,4H4 

1,026,875 

] 1,064,887 

914,25 

791,62 

766,65 

932,19 


6,126 
29,796 
68,810' 
33,308 
34,766 
36,036 
30.273 
70,314 
95,073 
17,974 
19,490 
18,859 
71.468 
25,690 

2.632 
22,257 
43.771 
72,935 
115,749 
50,906 
33.058 
29,693 
21,768 
19,894 

6.467 
78,131 

3,840 

1,797 
44,615 
35,232 
52,491 
66,148 

6.000 
38,312 
59,634 
3a.700 
12,693 
14,153 
26.368 
10.163 
94,446 
14.626 
32,410 
38,723 

16,654 
74,301 
82,372 

61,874 

1,771,641 
1,971,070 
1,640,787 
1.384,063 
1,269,631 
1,299,072 
1,142,133 
1.013,032 
996.974 
1.166.316 


39,354 
166,654 
322,775 
176,073 
171,976 
142,447 
160.471 
362.673 
491,384 
104,638 
114,628 
116,300 
383.460 
131 587 
11.876 
117.767 
256,322 
411.619 
814,749 
266.466 
117,657 
174,682 
l;l6,199 
108,848 
27,428 
430,756 
33,187 
9.666 
219,806 
186,976 
269,740 
362,736 
30.301 
168.169 
365,237 
130,066 
77,010 
89,351 
141,343 
85,138 
491,737 
90,602 
165,693 
207,607 
93,820 
418.664 
175,846 
306,379 

9.698.163 
10.180,338 
8.7^0.342 
6,63S,31C 
6.506,23 
7.101.31 
6,909.36 
6,633,12' 
5,479,09 


4,419 
33,024 
66.683 

36)060 
27.598 
40,001 
79,287 
83,967 
19,894 
20,276 
17,129 
80,414 
30,219 
2,662 
28,755 
51.187 

107! 178 
64.596 
20,168 
30,104 
29,459 
22,137 

4,697 
92.637 

6,362 

1,335 
61,144 
44,306 
64,883 
82,738 

4,919 
S6.2S3 
?2,238 
38,084 

9,661 
17.830 
19,804 

9,873 
148,033 
14.642 
33.799 
48,676 
20,683 
86,410 
69,846 
80,539 

2,(B6,049 
1,875.466 
1,593.69 
1,399,967 
1:304:359 
1,169,99 

i,aw.B6 

97&;?B 


s 

37.429 
261,652 
493,446 
281,506 


H*fT 






Brnoi 


7 40 
945 


DnndM 

gSS-.:;:.:::;.:;:::;:::;;.. 


19n,223i 7 U 
302,4081 7 66 
608,131 7 67 




fSX^::::::::::::::::::::: 


162,3361 8 16 


Gray 

BWdimuid 


136,176 
608,734 
223,928 

17,942 
206,598 
391,581 
733,719 
888,606 
494,1S9 
171,428 
238,424 
239,191 
163,150 

34,948 
691.251 


7 96 
7 67 
7 41 






H«»tmB8 

Hntnn 


7 66 
7 83 


LambtoD 


7 66- 


K .■"■":::::.:::::::::;:■: 


7 82- 






















NorthnmberlMid 


322.648 7 2S 


Oxford 

PuryBoimd 


616,996: 7 81 
36,623; 7 40 
339,672: 6 7» 
676,014 7 M 






106,614 
118,035 
171,603 
94.771 
1,123,007 








Renfrew 

BoiMll 

Simcoe 


^66 
960 
768 


VlrtorU 

Waterloo 


281.208. 8 3S 
379.673 7 80 














The Proviace : 

1900 

1899 


16.800,799 7 6» 
14,157,394. 7 6B 














1894 


10,158,978 9 88 














' 



1900] 


BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES 






^ 


» POULTRY. 
\ 

.on bud July 1, 1900, toifetlier with the MUIb for tbe Froviaae for the past ten 
and value of Poultry iold oi killed darlog the yeu eDding Jnne 30. 


ya»r»i also. 


of Poultry 
bonombBr 


OountiBS and 
diBtiiotB. 


On band July 1. 


Sold OT killed in year. 


TnrkeyB. 


Geese. 


DuokB. 


Other 

fOWlB. 


Totals. 


No. 


Value. 


No. 


Value. 


2,53 

9,077 
28,695 
29,289 
12,037 
22,880 
18,715 
31,234 
26,650 
16,747 
13,097 
18,136 
37,561 
14.703 

2,958 
11.932 
20;263 
44,709 
25,478 
34,601 
20,466 
34,742 
11,457 

8,822 

2,483 
68,798 

3,728 

1,057 
18,908 
17,606 
17,767 
24,948 

4,397 
18.843 
22.106 
22,776 
10,890 

9,165 
16,451 

7.172 
30.608 
12,213 
21,056 

7,476 
11,211 
37,960 
10,276 
17,693 

8fl0,933 
927,466 
1,024,285 
890, 2« 
716,770 
6B6.604 
689,206 
638,627 


1,281 
4,382 

16,838 

13',m 

10.964 
7.22B 

11,3(i6 
6.500 

10,526 
6.737 
4.S5B 
4,988 

19,353 
6,873 
937 
6,o;ii 
9,28t 

21,378 

loisia 

9,097 
8.034 
6,296 
6.509 
2,949 
1,672 

10,332 
1,304 
429 
4,683 

13,066 

1»,332 
5,336 
8,052 
9:229 

16,800 
9:736 
4,763 
2,873 
9,998 
3.813 

23.699 
4,41S 

10,193 
4.090 
3.177 

18.6)6 
4,806 

12,391 

398.890 
421.830 
454,335 
409,715 
391,547 
420,022 
438.208 
439,482 


1,296 
9,963 
20,672 
12,012 
6,093 
6.748 
9193 
9,738 
16,111 
10,427 
4,906 
6,860 
24.718 
6,963 
113 
4,0-'0 
10.424 
39,B73 
20,366 
17,668 

?:i3 
5S 

1,004 
83,768 
1,350 
482 
7.921 
8.638 
12.808 
11,184 
6S7 
12,783 
18,039 
7222 
6,947 
6,259 
6,910 
3,011 
17,S6B 
2,792 
8,806 
6,853 
8,346 
17.020 
8,439 
15,148 

467,072 


31,57 
98,228 
332,692 
199,690 
112,774 
139,361 
172,161 
231,68 
273.706 
107,962 
119.047 

97,440 
304.990 
127,729 

16,390 
100,068 
213.569 
380,737 
301,687 
591,338 
140.870 
133.999 
124,305 
104,888 

18,973 
. 403.410 

87,849 

15,771 
179,890 
11»5,681 
219,927 
231.011 

36,034 
164,172 
3'i8,261 
139,383 

95.741 
106.109 
117,486 

56,776 
332,117 

98,243 
163,835 
146,385 
128.286 
351,866 
135,710 
228,751 

7,7H346 


36,679 
116,660 
298,647 
254,399 
141,858 
166,204 
211,444 
279,143 
327,053 
140,878 
141,405 
127,433 
386,620 
164,758 
19.388 
123,041 
263,627 
476,181 
357,838 
352,693 
173,101 
172,858 
150,243 
131,666 
24,132 
611,803 
44,331 
17,739 
311,402 
234,881 
263,824 
272,419 
43,110 
194,977 
. 314,206 
179,116 
118,337 
124.406 
150.844 
68,778 
403,683 
117,661 
203,890 
102,804 
161,018 
816,387 
169,231 
273,782 

9,641,841 
9,344,024 
9,084.273 
3,436,341 
7,734.167 
7,762,840 
7,562.662 
7.114.436 


10, 42^ 
34,40^ 
82,18 
81,29 
«,S01 
50.92 
60,42 
77,18 
86,62 
43,677 
10,666 
39,767 

111,300 
48,663 
6,596 
36,739 
70,178 

126,661 
92,46r 
98,030 
53,020 
61,663 
42,859 
36,388 
7,140 

164,62l> 
13,977 
5,136 
57,399 
66,546 
74,811 
74,200 
13,094 
64,639 
80,744 
63,103 
35,372 
33,806 
46,641 
21,567 

118,790 
34.790 
68.088 
42,484 
41,803 
93,396 
46;266 
81,724 

2,727,363 
2,658,321 
8,578.136 
3,318,038 
3:i3O;807 
2,166,623 
3,308,618 
3,187,158 
3,091,469 


10,824 
47,169 
78.817 
89,297 
44,946 
43,619 
66.289 
108,030 
122,899 
68,761 
44,667 
38,685 
116,621' 
56,137 
6,897 

119,114 
106.780 
107,960 
61,307 
63,807 
55, .■557 
60,665 
s;58 
174,790 
16,643 
8,156 
73,760 
68,485 
83,066 
89,868 
12,416 
83,144 
76,937 
48,639 
47,104 
34,86* 
46,788 
29,750 
119,290 
3i;348 
55,626 
48,320 
72,373 
99,460 
79:402 
111,629 

3,164,287 
3,102,614 
3,072,767 
2,965,^1 
2,711,771 
2.392.468 
2,131.232 
2,017.507 
1,966,409 


S 

3,673 
18.869 
30,738 

33,933 1 
14.832 
17,008 
33,864 
38,891 
39,328 
23,688 

16,183 , 
12,766 
43,9.19 
18,585 

i:a63 

22,029 . 

33,228 ' 

45,263 

33,084 

41,026 

20,623 

27,487 

2L,118 

86,476 

a;748 

69,916 
6,162 
2,854 

36,709 
29.900 
36.943 
4,281 
36.762 
30.37B 
19.412 
18 406 
13,597 
17.867 
11,306 
41,762 
11,386 
32,260 
14,496 
23,159 
40,776 
39.379 
43,636 1 

1,176,740 
1,162.991 
1,181.918 
1,083,914 

986,629 

860.334 

782,688 

758,696 

778,308 

■\ 


B^ut :;:.":::::':: 




Bnfferin 


Durham 

ffi::::::.:-:::-: 

FtontetiMI 




a^imand 

Halibotton 


iSS".::::- 


Lambtou 

L»nmk 

Leeds 

Leonoi»ndAdd . 

UnoQln 

Manitoalio 

Middl™.! 




Norfolk 

Ontario 


' Parry Sound 

Peel 

Perth 

Preeoott 

PrtDce Edward .... 
Benfrew . . 


UnaaeU 

Simooe 




Welland 

WemnRton 

Wentworth 




1898 

1897 


7,606,653 
7,186,398 
8,626,860 
6,6116,314 
6,425,849 
6.036,427 
6,005,316 
6,039,893 


1895 


1893 ;. :..::;:: 




607.907 458,290 








^■^^^ 


^^^H 






^^^^H 


^^^^H 







40 



THE REPORT OF THE 



[ No. 29 



WOOL.-BBES. 

Table XXIV. Showing by County Municipalities of Ontario the number, weight and value of fleeces 
of the wool clip in 1900, together with the totals for the Province for the past ten years ; also the 
number of colonies of bees and the value of apiaries. 



Counties and di&tricts. 



Algoma , 

Brant , 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin , 

Dundas 

Durham 

Elgin 

Essex , 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Haliburton 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln , 

Manitoulin , 

Middlesex 

Muskoka , 

Nipissing 

Norfolk 

Northumberland 

Ontario , 

Oxford 

Parry Sound 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Russell , 

Simeoe 

Stormont 

Victoria , 

Waterloo 

Welland . 

Wellington , 

Wentworth , 

York 

The Province : 

1900 

1899 

1898 

1897 , 

1896 , 

1895 

1894 

1893 

1892 

1891 

1882-1900 



Clip of wool. 



No. 



5,199 
11,109 
f 6,046 
19,824 
21,726 

6,134 
24,808 
28,0C0 
12,501 
15,328 
11,795 

7,184 
70,333 
14,473 

5,038 
11,433 
27.429 
47,299 
24,514 
27,576 
27,616 
11,121 
12,701 

9,193 
10,844 
32,397 
11,920 

1,212 
16,245 
16,058 
30,653 
11,650 
11,933 
11,679 
23,034 
16,164 

f,230 

4,621 
39,025 

5,947 
56,118 

4,805 
28,950 
13,346 
10,111 
47,226 
11,641 
24,069 

957,307 

928.184 

865,179 

887,003 

991,371 

1,109,140 

1,092,467 

1,015,497 

961,160 

954,522 

985,871 



Pounds. 



31,371 

71.795 

354,950 

113,271 

129,570 

37.574 

169 052 

176,151 

76,390 

82,522 

67,006 

38,074 

416.636 

97,403 

26,227 

81,595 

144,411 

283,079 

162.4ia| 

170,909 

139,489 

60,463 

68,023 

47,431 

64,752 

222,353 

60,534 

«,395 

92,289 

104,174 

225,917 

72.125 

67,876 

81,329 

135,148 

92,541 

56,639 

26,704 

187,382 

33,173 

345,673 

28.963 

175.759 

80,175 

54.497 

312,439 

73,929 

159,350 

5,805,921 
5,525,122 
5,104,686 
5,139,984 
5.581,387 
6,214,811 
6,235.036 
5,896,891 
5.643,706 
5,498,141 

5,561,043 



Lb. 

per 
fleece. 



6.03 
6.46 
6.33 
5.71 
5.96 
6.12 
6.81 
6.28 
6.11 
5.38 
5 68 
5 30 
5 9? 
6.73 
5.21 
7.14 
5 26 
5.98 



6 
6 
5 
5 
5 



68 
20 
05 
44 
,36 



5.16 

5 97 
6.86 
5.08 
5.28 
5.68 
6.49 
7.37 
6.19 
5.69 

6 96 
5.87 
5.73 
6.14 
5.78 
4.80 
5.58 
6.16 
6.0:^ 
6.07 
6.01 
5.39 
6.60 
6.35 
6.62 

6.06 
5.95 
5.90 
5.79 
5.68 
5.60 
5.71 
5.81 
5.87 
5.76 

5.64 



Value. 



4.831 
11,056 
54,662 
17,444 
19,954 

5,786 
26,034 
27,127 
11,764 
12,708 
10.319 

5,863 
64,162 
15,000 

4,039 
12,566 
22,239 
43,594 
25,012 
26.320 
21,481 

9,311 
10,476 

7,304 

9,972 
34,242 

9,322 
985 
14,213 
16,043 
34,791 
11,107 
10,453 
12,525 
20,813 
14,251 

8,722 

4,113 
28,857 

5,109 
53,234 

4,460 
27,067 
12,347 

8,393 
48,116 
11,385 
24,540 

894,112 

790,092 

847,378 

945,757 

1.026,975 

1,242,962 

1,053,721 

1,073,234 

1,027,154 

1,066,639 

1,010,947 



Colonies of bees. 



No. 



198 
4,933 
5,486 
5,819 
2,9C6 
5,238 
3,622 
5,889 
7,939 
3,357 
8,378 
7,640 
7,024 
5,867 

311 
1,190 
6,677 
5,922 
6,661 
7,627 
6,779 
9,140 
4,190 
2,195 

818 
12,165 

843 
67 
6,818 
6,783 
3,231 
4,192 

252 
2,105 
3,975 
3,883 
5,375 
2,603 
6,207 
2,841 
4,266 
2,046 
4,292 
1,382 
4,404 
2,480 
3,738 
6,980 

216,734 
203,343 
190,080 
166,811 
160,076 
173,173 
200,094 
205,168 
196,822 



Value 

(including 

outfit). 



1,188 
27,181 
31,380 
29,851 
16,692 

25,247 
16,951 
30,858 
38.187 
15,644 
37,282 
35,984 
42,706 
28,396 

1,588 

6,378 
35,121 
85,532 
36,169 
37.754 
34,166 
45,426 
24,302 
11,787 

3,828 
67,759 

4,072 

336 

32,386 

32,694 

* 16,510 

25,820 

1,142 
18,661 
19,716 
17.561 
29,724 
11,219 
32,711 
14.830 
26,108 

9,698 
24,937 

8,886 
23,782 
14,632 
23,437 
39,856 

1,139,559 

1,053,464 

998,049 

885,196 

864,408 

938,658 

1,051,574 

1,162,945 



Value 

per 

hive. 



$ o. 

6 00 
61 
72 
13 



6 
5 
6 



5 40 



4 

4 



82 
68 
5 24 
4 81 
66 
46 
71 
08 
84 
09 



4 
4 
4 
6 
4 
5 



5 36 

5 26 

6 00 
5 43 

4 96 

5 04 
4 
5 



97 
80 
5 87 



68 
57 
83 
00 
75 
82 
11 
04 
53 
49 
96 
52 
53 
81 
27 
22 
12 
74 
81 
6 43 
6 40 
90 
27 
71 



4 
6 
4 
5 
4 
4 
5 
6 
4 
6 
4 
4 
6 
4 
5 
5 
6 
4 
5 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



26 
18 
25 
31 
34 
42 
26 



5 67 



l»00] 


BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 




41 ^^H 


FARM PROPERTY. IMPLEMENTS AND LIVE STOCK. 

Tab tK XXV. Showing byCoimty MuoioipalitEaaof Oiit«rio the valnesof tacm l»nd>, buildinRa, impla- 
menta and lifa stock for the year 1900, tcwather with tba toWla for tlie Province (or the paat tan yean ; 


(Jonnlias aud dialricta. 


Value ot farm properl;. 


Value of 

liie iitnok 

aold. 


Land. 






Live atock. 


Total. 


Alg^tna 


S 
2,281,976 
8,916,607 
20,618,178 
16,243,959 
8,813,566 
6,883,092 
13,697,954 
18,259,969 
15,766,498 
- 8,128,239 
6,939,668 
6,701.967 
31,028,810 
7,734,708 
1,0.H170 
9,666,357 
14.307,833 
28,074,341 
33,748,898 
18.616,643 
10,087.690 
10,664,646 
8,447,665 
9,563,336 
964,674 
29,915.642 
i:933.5«9 
l,015,.'i68 
11.243,778 
12,364,739 
16,10.%630 
20,128.453 
l.h01,672 
11.311,443 
20.339,651 
9,408,190 
8,684;813 
6,964,178 
9.986,398 
6,111,739 
23,689,123 
5,631,611 
10,19,%995 
13,084,907 
8,233.633 
19,452,641 
12,806,319 
26,480,499 

674,727,610 
56.3.271.777 
566,316,569 
564,054,563 
657,468,370 
673,938.472 
687.346,117 
602,661,361 
616,828,471 
681,245,833 


S 

677,397 
3,933,418 
7,338,218 
^452,430 
2,883,455 
2,878,134 
5,003,967 

5,030,723 
3,049,711 
3,371.814 
2,878,610 
8.363,818 
8,759,085 

310,075 
4,039,061 
5,408,813 
10,2I7.0(M 
7,041,013 
6,031,088 
8,754,329 
4,342,323 
3,739,408 
4,117,578 

361,969 
10,925,614 

803,765 

271.666 
4,769,687 
6,103,462 
6.328,104 
7,883.051 

683,831 
4,710.858 
7,762,738 
8,^89,062 
3,614,886 
3,355,517 
3,873,690 
1,436,425 
8.660.397 
3,752,487 
3,587,634 
6,301,866 
3,848,576 
7.8,W.977 
6,189.012 
9,177,111 

319,488,370 
31.V40,381 
310,064,396 
2(16,090,169 
206,336,429 
804.148,670 
304,071,666 
200,189,888 
196,644.258 
191,268,337 


197,886 
S23,6BS 
2.028,130 
1,631,186 
843,642 
799,606 
1,137.884 
1.5if7,605 
1,6d3.62& 
947,832 
938,971 
700,473 
3,663,243 
1,032.201 
109,923 
872.803 
1,673,643 
2.687,446 
3,067.154 
1.748,700 
961,651 
1,039,580 
948.896 
914.220 
185.711 
3,642,3Sfl 
276,833 
106,327 
1,193,419 
1.361.842 
1,520.018 
1,703,708 
230.881 
1,043,683 
2,016.159 
882,789 
793,097 
903,140 
1,195,183 
629,759 
8.602,408 
6^9,660 
1,005,071 
1,231,243 
862,708 
1,921.608 
1,224,923 
1,988,938 

57,324,130 

64,994,857 
62,977,233 
61,599,098 
60,730,368 
60.944,385 
61,630.173 
51,435,919 
61,003,030 
50,651,443 


S 

486,881 
1.516,103 
6,562,433 
3,122,019 
2,010,168 
1,875,268 
2,479.231 
3:355,981 
3.700,567 
1,861,861 
1,919,968 
1,410,112 
6.781,708 
1,797,235 

.114,931 
1.631,116 
3,840,340 
6,688,199 
4.300,709 
3,846,338 
2,369,708 
8,343,025 
1,947.794 
1,291,643 

417.191 
6,639,774 

649,644 

213,716 
2,109,447 
2,519,114 
3,640,588 
4,083,960 

661,296 
2,301,478 
4,663,431 
1,903,047 
1,469,060 
1.234,633 
3.874,167 
1,041,806 
5.414.727 
1,339,734 
2.603.676 
2,169,610 
1,324.060 
4.759,709 
2.113,679 
3,945.196 

133,274,821 
115,806,446 
103,744,338 

93,649,801 
96.867,666 
103,968,047 
111,647,662 
llfi, 070,902 
117,601,495 
108,721,076 


S 

3.642.781 
16,187.623 
35,546.958 
86.349,593 
14,549.809 
13;238.096 
21,218,426 
27.325.B76 
25.061,816 
13.987,648 
13,170 416 
11,730,152 
37,716,379 
14,323,229 

1.769,089 
16.099,387 
24,629,637 
47,466,990 
38,167,773 
30,140.787 
17,173,373 
18,369,682 
16,113,663 
16,879,675 

1,879,635 
60,123,268 

3,662,801 

l!s06,166 
19,306,231 
31,229,167 
27,494,340 
33,797.172 

3,377,670 
19,167,482 
34,771.977 
16.183,088 
11.641,645 
12,466,456 
17,739,338 

8,n9,7i8 
40,166,556 
10,413,293 
17.292.376 
20,787,626 
14,058,877 
83,990,935 
21,332,932 
40,591,734 

974,814,931 
947.513,360 
933,022,420 
906.093.613 
910,391.623 
931,989.674 
964,396,607 
970,361.070 
979,977,344 
971.886,068 


135,148 

629.733 

1.863,2119 

862.213 

701.160 

394,118 

778,491 

1,381,486 

1,086,066 

439,181 

408,538 

316,903 

1,963,760 

669,000 

78,601 

611.820 

829,176 

2.486,814 

1,615,068 

1,186,986 

658,729 

529,835 

606,468 

4a4;;)65 

125,143 

2,703,849 

180,765 

44,323 

683.300 

no,54i 

], 298,801 
1,639,609 
143.116 
834.241 

1,663,596 
562,448 
316,659 
274,798 
685,713 
330,101 

3,333,865 
246,346 
760,618 

1.177,881 
434,261 

2,161,318 
788,339 

1.472.968 

41.642,617 
38.467,018 
34.450,683 
29,763.699 
38.748,996 
29,801.181 
31,935,589 
S4,510,!'fi6 
33.453,617 


0«rleton 

Doffam 

Dundas 

Dntham 

Elgin 






Gfenville 

Grey 




HiJibnrton 






Kent 

t-mbton 

Unark 

Leeda 

Lennoi and Addington . . , 


MaoitouliD .... 




Ma>koka 






OttUrio 

Oxford 




Perth 






Renfrew 

RiuaeU .. 




Stormont 


Waterloo 

WelUnd 

WeUicEton 

Wentwocth 

York 

ThB Province : 

1900 








1896 


1893 


1891 





» \ 



42 



THE REPORT OF THE 



[No. JM 






FARM VALUES AND RENTALS. 

Table XXVL Showing by county Municipalities of Ontario, average values per acre of farm property 
in 1900 and rentals of leased farms based upon (1) the total acreage occupied, and (2) the area cleared^ 
together with the averages for the Province for the past ten years. 



/ 


1 

Farm values, average per acre, occupied. 


Value build- 
ings, imple- 
ments and 
live stock 
per acre 
cleared. 


Rent ] 
on 


per acre 
land. 


Counties and districts. 


Land. 


^Build- 
ings. 


Imple- 
ments. 


Live 
stock. 


Total. 




• 


Occu- 
pied. 


1 

Cieai'ed. 

1 


AlfiToma .<.....'.............. 


$ c. 

3 06 

41 31 
22 88 

28 67 
24 74 

29 17 

34 02 
37 31 
36 68 
n 76 
24 28 
24 70 
19 83 

27 66 
1 82 

42 90 

13 88 

35 16 
40 10 

28 04 

14 94 
22 84 

19 28 
49 95 

4 63 
39 49 

3 62 
3 50 

27 98 

28 35 
32 17 
42 67 

3 10 

38 93 

39 22 

16 48 
22 89 

29 94 
10 23 

20 38 
24 59 

22 63 

17 06 
39 38 
36 23 
31 01 
47 07 
47 47 

24 37 
24 02 

23 78 

23 72 

24 06 

24 79 

25 49 

26 26 

26 91 

27 57 


$ c. 

77 

18 22 

8 14 

9 69 

8 10 

12 19 

13 61 

14 07 
11 67 

4 41 

11 86 

10 61 

7 87 

13 40 
66 

17 88 

5 26 

12 80 
12 41 

9 13 
5 56 
9 30 

8 60 
21 53 

1 70 

14 42 
1 60 

93 

11 84 

11 71 

12 44 
16 71 

1 18 

16 36 
14 95 

5 24 

8 98 

14 42 

3 97 

5 73 

8 88 

11 06 

6 00 

17 27 
16 05 

12 62 
19 07 

•17 10 

9 81 
9 10 

8 98 
8 82 
8 85 
8 83 
8 86 
8 72 
8 56 
8 49 


$ 0. 

27 

3 81 
2 25 
2 70 

2 37 

3 39 
3 07 
3 62 
3 60 

1 37 
3 29 

2 61 

2 41 
S 68 

19 

3 87 

1 53 
3 24 

3 65 

2 65 

1 43 

2 21 
2 17 

4 78 
64 

5 49 
52 
36 

2 97 

2 87 

3 04 
3 61 

40 
3 62 
3 89 

1 56 

2 72 

3 88 

1 22 

2 11 
2 60 

2 77 

1 68 

4 01 

3 75 

3 06 

4 50 
3 71 

2 43 
2 34 
2 26 
2 20 
2 19 
2 20 
2 23 
2 24 
2 23 
2 25 


% c. 

65 

7 02 

6 17 

5 49 
ff 66 

7 10 

6 70 

7 70 
6 26 

2 70 
6 72 

5 31 

6 45 
6 40 

65 

6 79 

3 24 

8 25 

7 68 
6 33 

3 51 

5 02 

4 44 

6 76 
1 96 

8 76 
1 22 

73 

6 25 

5 78 

7 27 

8 66 

1 14 

7 65 

8 99 

3 33 

6 04 

5 31 

2 74 

4 15 

6 62 

5 39 

4 19 

7 07 

5 83 
7 59 
7 77 
7 35 

6 23 
4 94 
4 44 
4 01 
4 18 
4 60 

4 84 

5 05 
5 13 
4 82 


$ c 
4 76 

70 36 

39 44 
46 35 

40 86 
51 85 
57 30 

62 70 

68 11 
20 24 
46 09 
43 23 
35 56 
61 04 

3 11 

71 44 
23 90 

69 46 

63 74 
46 65 

25 44 
39 37 
34 49 
83 02 

8 83 
66 16 

6 86 

6 52 
48 04 
48 71 
54 92 
71 65 

5 82 

66 66 

67 05 

26 60 

39 63 

53 55 
18 16 
32 37 
41 69 
41 85 
28 93 
67 73 
61 86 

54 18 
78 41 
75 63 

41 34 

40 40 
39 46 

38 75 

39 28 

40 32 

41 42 

42 26 

42 82 

43 13 


$ c. 
26 20 
36 31 

28 '»9 

32 81 
23 86 
35 00 

29 62 

33 36 

32 74 
22 71 

33 06 
29 54 

25 79 

28 63 
20 24 

38 14 

26 78 

31 18 

32 06 

29 24 

22 58 

27 26 

23 79 

39 45 
23 45 

34 13 
29 21 
23 87 
31 04 

26 30 
31 43 
36 31 

25 04 

31 49 

34 20 

23 14 

29 60 

27 76 

24 74 

30 82 

28 47 

32 29 

26 09 

35 12 
32 36 
30 63 
39 81 
35 03 

30 09 

29 31 
28 23 

27 31 

27 84 

28 89 

29 86 

30 31 
30 38 
29 71 


$ c. 
59 
2 69 
1 54 
1 88 
1 77 

1 90 

2 10 
2 22 
2 46 

96 
1 52 
1 41 
1 34 

1 62 
41 

2 48 

1 28 

2 16 
2 77 
1 76 
1 12 
1 56 

1 49 

2 78 
52 

2 38 
31 
61 

2 05 

1 79 

2 19 
2 59 

32 
2 60 
2 36 
1 25 
1 44 1 
1 97 
1 18 
1 46 
1 82 
1 68 

1 51 

2 25 
1 79 

1 89 

2 69 
2 97 

1 80 
1 77 
1 76 
1 73 
1 88 
1 87 

1 88 

2 00 
1 98 
1 96 


1 $ c. 
1 82 


Brant 


3 19 


Bruce 


2 05 


Carleton , 


2 66 


Dufferin 


2 28 


Dundas 

Durham 

Elgin 


2 61 
2 44 
2 82 


Essex 

Frontenao 

Glengarry 


3 04 

1 65 

2 15 


GrenvUle 


1 83 


Grey 


1 83 


Haldimand 

Haliburton ... 

Halton 


2 02 
1 05 

3 07 


Hastings 

Huron 


2 14 
2 55 


Kent.... 


3 36 


Lambton 


2 36 


Lanark , 


1 81 


Leeds 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 


2 31 

2 01 

3 24 


Manitoulin 

Middlesex 


1 36 

2 92 


Nipissing 


1 62 

2 85 




2 60 


Northumberland 


2 20 
2 68 


Oxford 


3 15 
1 58 


Peel 


2 ^ 


Perth 


2 79 


Peterborough 


1 99 




2 12 


Prince Edward 


2 87 


Russell 


2 24 
2 28 




2 84 


Stormont 


2 85 




2 18 


Waterloo 


2 66 


Welland 


2 17 


Wellington 


2 87 


Wentworth 


3 24 


York 


3 47 


1900 

1898 


2 48 
2 61 
2 60 


1897 

1896 


2 44 
2 64 


1895 


2 69 


1894 

1893 


2 65 

2 72 


1892 


2 74 


1891 


2 70 







1900] 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



43 



MARKET PRICES. 

T A B L B XXVII. The following table ii compiled from thirty well distributed market points. The 
figures for the six months, July- December, are also given, together with the average price for the 
past ten years, and the average for nineteen years. 



Markets. 



'Barrie 

Belleville 

Bowmanville .... 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Jfissex 

Forest . . 

Gait 

Goderich . ^ 

GueJph 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

Lindsay 

London 

Orangeville 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Pembroke 

PertK 

Peterborough . . . 

St. Thomas 

Simcoe 

Stratford 

Toronto 

Walkerton 

Waterloo 

Whitby 

Woodstock .. .. 



The Province : 

July 

August ... 
September 
October . . . 
November 
December . 





M 














• 






• 


J3 












• 

jd 


jd 

1 






s 


h 












5 


J3 




M 


.0 

3 


04 


• 

I 
•5 


i 


• 

1 

1 
s" 


• 

1 

S. 

if 

i 


I 


I 
i 

1 


1 

a 

1 


• 

1 

1 

i 


1 


^ 


CQ 


pq 





Ph 


n 


P4 


PQ 


n 


04 



Average for six months : 

1900 

1899 

1898 

1897 

1896 

1896 

1894 

1893 

1892 

XOvX • • •••••••• 

1882-1900 



cts. 

64.8 

66.8: 

67.3; 

66.7| 

66.2 

72.6| 

65.6 

6*.8 

65.7 

67.4 

63.0 

66.8 

67.6 



65.7 
65.0 
64.2 



62.5 

676 
78.6 
65.9 
651 
6t.6 
63.3 
69.6 
65.0 
65.6 
65.3 
66 



69.5 
67.2 
66 1 
66.4 
64.8 
64 2 



66.4 
66 7 
69.4 
78.2 
71.0 
69.3 
66.0 
59.9 
70 7 
95.1 



cts. 



63.0 
67.81 

66'.2 
71.0 



67.4 



69.4 
65.4 
65.6 
63.8 
70.0 
62.6 
67.6 
78.6 
65.8 



» • • • • 

70.6 
61.2 

'65.4 



70.0 
68.2 
67.3 
67 7 
66.0 
6x6 



67.6 
66 6 
69.2 
78.6 
70.6 
69.8 
66.5 
69.4 
67.8 
92.9 



79.3 81.8 



cts. 

86 7 
40.3 
87.3 
40 2 
87.7 
41.8 
84.2 
40.0 
38.6 
45.4 
36.0 
39 8 
39.2 
416 
37.4 
88.1 
38.8 
S6.0 
40.8 
36.6 
400 
88.6 
38.8 
86 6 
34.1 
43.0 
39.0 

37.7 
38.4 



39.8 
38.6 
38 8 
39.1 
38.4 
38 2 



38.9 

39.5 

38.0 

27.0 

81.6! 

40 

40 6 

401 

41.3 

49.1 



cts. 

26.6 
26.7 
24.3 
26.8 
28.1 
28.3 
23.2 
23.0 
24.7 
28.8 

25 1 
26.8 
28.8 

26 6 
24.1 
281 
24.7 
33.8 
27.8 
27.3 
25.0 
26.7 
27.8 
26 4 
23.2 
29.9 
26 4 
26.6 
24.9 
26.6 



28.7 
27.9 
26.4 
26.3 
25.2 
26.1 



26.6 
27.7 
26.8 
226 
20 
291 
30.8 
33.2 
30.8 
86.6 



48.21 31.0 



I 
cts. cts 



67.0 
66.4 
58.1 
66.2 
62.1 
61.0 



64 
65.0 
55.1 
69.7 
66.1 
60.0 
67.0 
55.9 
57.4 
67.6 
57.2 
66.7 
66.0 
68.1 
45.7 
48.9 
63.2 
60.1 
68 
66.9 
66 3 
60.0 



68.3 
57.4 
66.7 
66.6 
66 4 
67.2 



671 

57.3 

62 2 

42.1 

44.0 

64.8 

53 6 

64.01 

59 

63.8 

67.2 



• • • 

• • • • • 

*9b*.4 

• • • • 

70.0 



ots. 

46.6 
49.1 
60.1 

46.6 
49.0 
60.7 

• • • • • 

47.7 



94.2 

I 

110.0 

i 

180.0 



100 

1002 

98.8 



997 

108 

70.0 

65.2 

68.4 

94.7 

110.4 

118 

98.8 

106.1 



cts. 



44.6 
42.1 

• • • • 

60.0 
46.8 
39.0 

• • • • 

40.0 



46.0 
44. 8J 
48.8 
60.4 
46.0 
60.1 
47.6 
46.0 

46.6 
46.0 
46.6 
60 
45.8 



123.8 68.0 



cts. 



33.5 



83.3 
82 
37.6 
30.7 
30.0 



46.0 

• • • • a 

• • • • • 

48.7 
42.7 
42.0 
41.8 
40.3 
39.0, 

• • • • I 

48.6 
44.0 

* 43.3' 

I 

• • » • • 

48.6 



• • • • • 

• • • • • 

'29.6 



49.0 
607 



60.4 

49.6 
48.1 
48.1 
47.4 
47.1 



48.5 
60.0 
43.6 
37.7 
866 
46.6 
44.2 
47.5 
65.8 
72.3 



45.1 



99 81 61.8 



43.6 
43.3 
44.2 



43 7 
46.5 
38.2 
30.0 
306 
36.8 
89.2 
4L.8 
42.2 
44.1 



36 6 
29.0 

a • • ■ 

33.8 



33.6 



31.8 
31.6 
31.5 



31.7 
19.8 
20.1 
19.7 
19.6 
22.6 
261 
26.6 
26.8 
81.1 



\ 



39.31 *23A 



\ 



$ cts. 

8 31 
816 
723 

9 87 
8 69 

10 88 
668 
900 

5 87 
990 

7 38 

8 02 
1102 

• • • a • 

6 92 

7 66 
660 

8 76 
8 66 
7 25 



8 08 
8 23 
829 
7 83 
12 89 
660 
960 
744 
860 



812 

7 99 

8 36 
8 64 
8 67 
911 



8 48 
7 72 

6 22 
718 

9 68 
12 30 

7 66 
7 64 
820 

1191 



ots. 
37.8 

'3o!o 

83.8 
66.0 
43.7 
46.6 
88.4 
65.0 
44.9 
38.1 
31.0 

' 48.5 
28.3 
34.8 
29.0 
41.0 
37.6 
46.0 
29.4 
49.1 
87.3 
89.8 
39.6 
34.6 
41.1 



289 

38.6 



40.9 
383 
88.4 



261 
32.8 
44.1 
39.9 
26 2 
20.2 
36 4 
89.5 
60.4 
82.6 



I 



cts. 

16.S 
14.5 

• • • • • 

16.8 

iei 

14.0 

• • • • • 

16.6 

t • • • • 

15.6 
15.0 

• • • • • 

15.1 
16.0 
15.5 

• • • • • 

14.7 

• • • • • 

17.0 
16,0 
16.6 



16.0 



16.5. 
16.6, 



16.6 
16.6 
15.8 
16.4 
15.3 
15.4 



16.4 
14.3 
16.6 
18.4 
18.4 
20.0 
16.9 
18.2 
18.2 
19.4 



V <^ vk '^^Sis. 



>5^?L 



* Average for the nine years, 1892*1900. 



THE REPORT OF THE BrUEAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



0HEE3E FACT0KIE3. 

A B L ■ XXVIIT. ShowiDg by coimtjr Muni cipili ties of OnMiio the number of obeese fiotoriei in opsn- 
tion, tlie quantity and valae of cheeie mtule. the number of pitraas t.ai the amouot paid to patmu by 
milk delivered at the factories in I'MO, together with the toUJs for the Provioi^e far tbe pabt ten ;e»ra. 



,Per 
100 lb. 
milk. 



Atgoma and Mani- 

Btant ....'.'.'.\"'.V.'. 

GarUton 

Dufferin 

Daiham'.'.'.'.'.. .'.'.'.'.'. 
Elgin . . 

FrantenBC 

Glsngarry 

Qrensilla 

Grey 

Ealdimsnd 

HalibiiH.on 

Hastings 

Kent ..'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Lambton _ . . 

Lanark 

Lennox & Addington 

LiinooJn 

Middlesex 

Mnekoka 

Norfolk 

Northumberland 

Ontuio 

Oxford 

Parry Sound 

Peel and Ualton 

Perth . . 

pBterborougb 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

KuasaU 

Simcoe 

Stormant 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 

The Province: 



IBB9.. 
1808.. 












1895., 
1894.. 












1861 . 







S0,1W.4S3 
64,318,817 

R,123.G60 
76,6».^,903 
18,819,932 
39.917,603 

3,369.7.50 
58,S7%3S8 
51,687,928 
GS,848,163 

6,699,644 
11,116.'" 

1,814.077 
108,62.1,001 
18.347,843 

2,665,S98 
11.975,<78 



3,111,805 
49.688,856 
41,777,.?33 
61,573, " 



3,309, 90; 
14,827,673 
5,566,697 
8,314,035 



1,366,433,199 
1.311,530.957 
• ,374,399, ■■-" 



,027,577,831 
011,791,204 
984,366,444 
866,463,674 



73,326 

959,681 
1,8.50,098 
5,199,74a 



1,2K5,G38 
3,637,418 
310,669 



5,34i,8H 
512,273 

1.016,45? 

174,698 

10,218,947 



4,774,962 
9,640.890 
4,927,758 
359,693 



6,080,845 

3,609,363 

1,979,670 

3,411.600 

61'),3a7 

6,220,3^6 

1,631,733 

649,646 

305,478 

1,313,624 

498,183 

212,732 



128,116,924 



137.Si 



1,916 



104,393,986 
109,330,340 
97,284,647 
86,166,719 
93,848,948 
81,929,012 



634 308 
28,874 
768.03(1 



55(1, 7211 
63.820 

102,610 

17,311 

1,039,26; 

168,134 
23,435 

110,712 

496,064 



610,520 
358,143 
202,918 



136,143 
61,064 
31,S62 



9,441,347 
8,338,709 
6,959,939 
7,066,484 



i 


s 


si 


1 


=1r 


^^ 






lb. 


8 c. 




10 25 


11 IK- 


10 00 


10 8' 


10 30 


10 4! 


10 2t 


in K 


10 31 


iU,M« 
1(1 92 


10 33 



10.66 


111 10 


fl0t;,9S3 


10.54 




4S6.421 


10,64 


1(1 .HI 


496,9 1( 


10 93 


mm 




10.93 


10 09 


90,990 



2,488 10.39 

364 11 07 

3.0771 11 "" 

75 10.63 

3,029' 10.98 

3,7Sfl 10.97 

2051 II "■■ 

8,3861 n, 

130| 10 

83 10,47 

2,441 10." 

a,02l| 10.86 

:,8osi 10. r 

l,ei7| 10.61 

1,178 10.43 

1,464 10." 

625' 10.82 

2,131 1 10.40 



17,308 
414,84e 
359,411 
450.485 



84.0 

87.5 
82.1 



79.S 
86.0 
88.1 

87.4 
tiS.S 



83.2 
77.6 
80.9 
88.3. 
84.B 
88.7 
83.1 
83.0 
86.8 
81.1 
83.8 
76.9 
83.3 
62.9 
61. B 
BS.6 



66.6 
87.4 
61.5 



61.2 
66.6 
63.D 
69.0 
77.2 



PART n-CHATTEL MORTGAGES. 



TkUe (bowing by Oounty MnaidpalitiM of Ootsrio the total number aod amount of Chattel Mortgages oa 
recoid and ondiBcbarged on December 3Ut, 1900, against (1) all occopationi; (3)farmet«; together 
with totals for the Province for the past ten yeara. 





Chattel Mortgages Against all 
Occupations. 


Chattel MortssEces Agafnat 
Farmers. 


Counties and distciuta.' 


To secnre 
BiiBting debt. 


For future 
indorsation. 


To secure 
ewstitig debt. 


Fo 
ind 


future 




No. 


Amount. ' No, 


Amount 


No, 


Amoant. 


No 


(.mount 




1B9 
335 
6B4 
640 
203 
481 

40' 
813 
160 
69 

yj 

373 

1,144 
460 
216 
362 
22f> 
249 
90 
663 
197 
2G6 
2B9 
G9I 
333 
278 
1B3 
146 
187 
299 
IBS 
17: 

28^ 
1546 
260 
57 
230 
339 
2S0 
S27 
7f)9 
8,393 

17,321 

18.216 
19,626 

19.342 

18,927 
18;902 


$ 
777.816 
151,140 
248,130 
891,326 

8.',5:« 
184,913 
317,302 
152,997 
243,856 

49,014 

27,316 

65,703 
311.950 
255,S30 
824,780 
177,075 
127,3^1 
141,212 

77,821 
186,508 

41.297 
246,001 
131,418 
955,718 

56,333 
338.360 
244.034 
220,362 
80:^,293 

57.891 
133,966 
3J0.54B 

41.160 
120.165 
100,148 
189,345 
601,616 

87.18i 

loilois 

155,436 
108,338 
209,336 
.H67,642 
1,291.613 

11,669,80(> 

11,067,664 
12.001,076 
13,001,342 
13.180,206 
10,566,922 
10, 603.393 
8,973,118 
9,216,763 
8,695,417 




S 


7: 

441 
109 
14< 

20f 
216 
645 
117 
48 
66 
434 
213 
871 
266 
101 
ai2 
130 
80 
66 
210 
112 
148 
178 
386 
364 
127 
36 
109 
89 
145 
119 
132 
4 
182 
366 
iB^ 

17' 
6 
88 
148 
14B 
258 

8,440 

,s 

11,902 
11,638 

ii,iai 

11,447 
10,489 
10.676 
10.748 


16,981 

l,'iB!630 
4S.174 
51.920 
80,668 

338.666 
84,819 

172.360 
37.146 

114,'874 

193;46.' 
62,777 
47,933 
56,123 
52,131 
21,529 
14.928 
84,007 
15,714 
37,693 
37,769 

188,136 

157.581 
64,283 
4,369 
41.263 
41,202 
65.413 
28,838 
49.783 
937 
62,717 

178,268 
17,131 

isu 

43^310 
17,8» 

65I36B 
133,846 

3,110,643 

2,988,863 
8.547,664 
3,i«,190 
3,826,682 
3,711,338 
3.378,07! 

.t'062',34( 
3,036,342 


« ' 




2 


200.000 










"48 
■3 


10,060 

"^,487 

"2,468 

7,066 




















19 


imi 










"is 

3 

■53 
3 
10 

] 




Halibnrton 




H"aDB. 


5( 

■■?; 

4 
'"5 

B 

"2 

3 

; 

6 


5,047 
3.S26 

'22,064 
1.449 
7936 
3,700 
6,490 

■45.266 
2.67U 

"2,376 
3,760 
7,975 

204 

3,000 

1,566 

34.^ 

3.460 

13,638 


M^ 














Leeda aod Rrenville 




































"Ontario 

Oitord 


3,66» 

675 








































:::::::; 


Stormont, Uuada!, and Qlengaci;.... 


20 
5 

1 


11,492 
1,726 
800 
7,000 
S.OOO 


8 
2 


1,153 


















2 




Wentvorth 


7 
307 

291 
283 
382 
887 
37S 
413 
380 
466 
616 


10.309 
13,400 

499,184 

334,638 
281,142 
377,863 
381,611 
456,398 
616,812 

82^i72< 
908,971 


983 


Total 


121 

134 
117 
201 
301, 
167 
240 
195 

]!! 


30,840 
34.798 

32,943 
44,410 
51,416 
66,268 
6«,H06 
66,748 
56,638 
63,299 


1898 

1896 "'.'..".'.:::".:::::'. \\\. 
1895 


1892 

1891 



* The fignres for Northumberland and Durham and for Ontario are Is.Vu'a Vto' 
the Tetorna for 1900 have not been received fitr these counties up to Oift<i'Q«r \«i\. . 

■ ■ un 



^tva*- VJt^SS"* »* 



r 



INDEX. 



Acreage: Total aesessed, 24— Crops, 32. 
Apples: IS, 34. 

Bailey: Description, 11— Statistics, 26. 
Beans: Description, 11— Statistics, 27. 
Bees: Review, 16 — Colonies, 40. 
Buckwheat: Description, 12— Statistics, 28. 
Buildings: 14, 40, 41. 
Carrots: Description, 12 — Statistice, 30. 
Cattle: Review, 14— Statistics, 36. 
Chattel mortgages: 45. 
Cheese factories — 16, 44. 
Cleared lands: 24. 
Clover seed: 12. 

Corn: Description, 12— Statistios, 29. 
Creameries: 16. 

Crops: Area, 32 — Ratio per 1,000 acres cleaied, S3 
—Value, 32. 

Daily: Review, 16— Cheese factories, 44 — Cream- 
eries, 16, 
Domestic servants : 17. 

Flax: 13. 

Fruit and Fruit Trees: Review, 13. 

Hay: Description, 12— Statistics, 32. 
Hogs: 38. 
Hops: 14. 
Horses: 36. 

Implements: 40, 41. 

Labor and wages : 17. 

Lands: Areas, 24— Values, 40, 41.. 

Live Stock: Condition of, 14— Values, 15, 40. 

Lucerne: 14. 



Mangel* Wurzels: Description, 13— Statistics, 31. 
Market prices : 42. 

Oats: Description, 11 — Statistics, 26. 
Orchard and Garden: 13, 34. 

Pasture lands: 34. 

Peas: Description, 11 — Statistics, 27. 
Potatoes: Description, 12 — Statistics, 30. 
Poultry: Review, 16— Statistics, 39. 

Rape: 14. 
Roots: 12. 
Rye: Description, 11 — Statistics, 28. 

Sheep: 37. 
Sorghum: 14. 
Sugar beets: 13. 
Swine (see Hogs) : S8. 

Temiscamingue: 23. 

Tobacco: Description, 14. 

Turnips: Description, IS — Statistics, 31. 

« 

Values: Farm property, 40— Live Stock, 40 — 

Crops, 32, 42. 
Vegetation: 9. 
Vineyaid: 34. 

Waste lands (swamp, marsh, etc.): 24. 

Weather: Temperature, 7, 18— Sunshine, 9, 21 — 

Rain and Snow, 8, 20, 21— Temiscamingue, 2S 

—Toronto, 22. 
Wheat, Fall: Description, 10— Statistics, 26. 
Wheat, Spring: Description, 10— Statistics, 25. 
Woodland: 24. 
Wool: 40. 



l« 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES 



FOE THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



1901. 



PART 1 -AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. 



PART II -CHATTEL MORTGAGES 



^{PUBHSHRD BY THE ONTARIO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, TORONTO.) 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 



THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO, 




TORONTO; 

Printed and Published by L. K. Cameron, 

Printer to the King's Most Excellent MA.\Qiek\:^ . 

1902. Ov^y 



TFi't;!;:-:\v YORK 
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./ 



CONTENTS. 



PART I.-AQRIOULTUBAL bTATISTIOS. 

PAOB.. 

The Wbatueb : General review, showing the monthly temperature, rainfall and tunshine for the ten 

years 1892-1901 '.. 6- 

Veostation : Spring Seeding .. 7 

Thb Gbain Cbops : General description as to condition and harvest. • 

Fall Wheat 8* 

Spring Wheat , 0' 

parley 9 

•ats 10 . 

Peas 10 

Beans !(► • 

Rye 10 

Buckwheat . — 11 

Com * 11 

HAy AND Clcvbb : (General description 11 

Clover seed 11 

Field Roots: General description. 

Potatoes 11 ■ 

Carrots . . . 12 " 

Mangels 12 

Turnips 12 

Sugar Beet s ^ 12 

Fbuit and Fbuit Tbbes : Greneral description 12 ' 

MiSCELLANBOUS : 

Flax IS 

Hops 13- 

Lncerne 13 

Rape 13- 

Threshing and Marketing , 13 

Farm Improvements ..? 13 - 

FallPlDwing 13 

Live Stock and thb Daibt : General review as to condition in 1901. 

Livestock 14 

Poultry 14 

Average value per head IC^ - 

Bees and Honey 16 

The Dairy 15 

Cheese Factories 15 

Creameries 16- 

TOBAOOO 16 

LaBob and Waobb : General condition, with statistics of average wages of farm laborers and domeitie 

servqnta for ten years 17 

Statistics of thb Wbaihbb : Showing details by months and stations or districts. 

Temperature, 1901 19 

Temperature, 1882-1901 20" 

Rain and Snow 21,22 

SoDshine* 'K^ 

Tcronto Observatoiy • "^^ 

3 



/ 



)vTKNTS. 



PAOB. 

rRuBAL Abba AfeSKSSRD : Showing by counties m taken by mnnioipal Mseaeor for 1901, the total area, 
acres eleared, acres in woodland and acres in awamp^ marah, or waate landa ; also totals for the 

Province for the ten years 1892-1901 24 

Statistics of Fikld Cbops : Showing by counties the area, produce and muket values for the year 
1901, together with totals fur fihe Province for the past ten years, and the averages for the 
period 1882-1^1 ; also the averages per acre. 

Fall W h eat 25 

Spring Wheat 25 

Barley \ 26 

Oats 26 

Peas 27 

Beans .. : 27 

Rye 28 

Buckwheat 28 

Oorn 29 

Potatoes 80 

Carrots 30 

Mangel-wurzels . . . 31 

Turnips 31 

Hay and clover 32 

AH field crops as above 32 

"Batios of Areas under each Crop in 1901 pek l.dOO Acrkk of Clbarko Land 83 

"Pasture— Orchard— Vineyard— Apples 84 

Statistics of Live Stock: Showing by*'couniies the number and value of stock on hand July 1, 
1901, together with the number and value of those sold or slaughtered during the year ending 
June 30, 190L ; also comparative totals for the Province. 

Horses 35 

Cattle 36 

Sheep * ;... 37 

Hog* 38 

Poultry 39 

Wool : Sh )wing by counties the ciip iu 1901 40 

Bees : Showing by counties the number of colonies and value (inc'uding outfit) ; . . . . 40 

Values of Farm Propertt: Showing by counties the value of farm land, farm huildinga, impU^ 

merits^ And live atoek 41 

Farm property values per acre occupied 42 

Value of bnildingp. implements, and live stock per acre cleared 42 

Rental of leased farms 42 

"Market Prices : Sthowicsr for the leading markets of Ontario the average prices of agricultural 
products foe the last six months of 1901, with comparative market prices for the Province 

for the past ten year?, and the averages for the twenty years period 48 

Oheese Factories : Showing by counties the number of cheese factories in operation in 1901, the 
quantity and value of cheese made, the number of patrons and the amount paid to patrons, 

together with the totals for the Province for the past ten years 44 

Agricultural Statistics OF THE United States 45 

Chops in Manitoba and North West Territories 46 

PART II.— CHATTEL MORTGAGES. 

■Chattel Mortgages on Record : Showing by counties the number and amount of chattel mortgages 
on record and undischarged on December 81, 1901, against (1) all occupations, (2) farmers ; 

also totals for the Province for ten years 47 



Index 



48 



* / 



ONTARIO BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



PART I. -AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. 



THE WEATHER. 



The success of a crop depends upon the suitability of the plant to its environmen , the- 
quality of the seed, the nature of the soil, and the system of tillage practised ; also upon the^ 
weather conditions prevailing during the period of growth. The records of temperature, rain- 
fall, snowfall, and sunshine in the Province for a seritrs of years are, therefore, full of interest 
and instruction to those who would study the agricultural conditions of the country. 

Temperature. The following table gives the average temperature of the Province by 
months, and for the six months April- September inclusive — practically the growing season — 
for the past ten years, and also the average for the twenty years 1882-1901 : 



Month. 


1901. 


1900. 


1899. 


1898. 


1897. 


1896. 


1895. 


1894. 


1893. 


1892. 


1882- 
1901. 


January . . 


o 
19.0 


21.9 




18.7 


o 
20.2 




19.6 


o 
18.4 


o 

17.3 


23 1 




10.3 


p 
17.0 


o 

17.7 


February 


13.0 


17.1 


15 2 


22.0 


21.8 


19.2 


14.5 


16.9 


14.7 


21 9 


17.9 


March 


26 9 


20.6 


25.8 


35.6 


29.0 


21.2 


21.5 


34.9 


26.4 


25.2 


25.4 


April 


45.0 


44.8 


44 5 


42.1 


42.7 


46.3 


43.3 


44.3 


38.7 


40.3 


41.8^ 


May 


54 6 


54 6 


55 7 


55 5 


52 9 


60 1 


56.9 


53 7 


52 2 


52 2 


63. r 


June 


65 8 


64.1 


64.8 


65.6 


60.9 


64.8 


68.0 


66.1 


67.6 


65*4 


64.3 


July 


71 9 


68.2 


67.6 


70.2 


71.9 


68.8 


65.5 


69.1 


68.3 


68.3 


67.9^ 


August 


67.5 


70 9 


68 5 


67.7 


64.2 


67 2 


65.3 


64.0 


65.1 


66 6 


65 9 


September 


60.1 


62.3 


56.2 


61.8 


60.8 


56.8 


60.5 


61.1 


56.0 


58.8 


58 & 


October 


48.5 


56.2 


60.0 


48.7 


50.1 


43.4 


41.4 


48.8 


48.2 


46.6 


46.7 


November 


31.9 


35.3 


38 


34 9 


34.9 


37.8 


34.5 


31.6 


35.1^ 


33.1 


34.S 


December 


22.7 


24,7 


25.1 


22 8 


24.6 


24.1 


25. -8 


27 7 


20.7 


21.8 


24.2 


Annual mean 


43.9 


45 


44.2 


46.6 


44.4 


44.0 


42.9 


45 1 


42 


43.1 


43.2 


Mean f*)r six montha, ) 
April to September . ) 


60.8 


60 8 


69.5 


60.6 


68.9 


60.7 


59.9 


r9.7 


• 
58 2 


58.6 


53 7 



The mean annual temperature was 43.9**, or 1.1** below that of 1900, and .7^ above that of 
the twenty years 1882-1901. The mean for the six months April-September was 60,8**, or 
exactly the same as that of the preceding year, although 2.1^ above that of the twenty years 
period. February, November, and December were the only months which showed a relatively^ 
low range of temperature, the other nine months going more or less over their respective 
averages. The mean temperature for July was 71.9°, or 4" above its average for the twenty 
years. This high average temperature, while equalled by that of July in 1897, has never been 
reached by any other month in the years comprising the table. April also showed an \x\!L\s&wskJ&:^ 
high increase in temperature compared with its average ioT ^Va \>^«tLV3 ^^»»Te». 



6 



\ THE REPORT OF THE 



No. 



r 

Paecepitation. Tae fall of rain and snow in the winter months is given in the followia^ 
stable for tun years, together witH an average for the twenty years 1882-1901. An inch of 
4b the equivalent of ten inches of snow : 



• 

Y«Ar. 


November. 


December. 


January. 


February. 


March. 


Total for 
five months. 








\ 












1 


1 


Rain. 


Snow. 


Rain. 


Snow. 


Rain. 


Snow. 


Rain. 


Snow. 


Rain. 


Snow. 


Rain. 


Snow 




in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


in. 


1901 


2 99 


10 4 


51 


8.6 


0.58 


18 8 


R 


J7.6 


1.60 . 13 1 

1 


5.68 


68 5 


1900 : 


1.13 


l.O 


2 16 


14.5 


0.72 


15 8 


1.68 


26.8 


0.53 


18.8 


6.21 


T6.f 


1899 


1.67 


9 6 


0.74 


24.6 


1.50 


13 2 


0.76 


8.0 


1 78 22.1 


6.45 


77.6 


1898 


3.40 


8.9 


1.73 


17.5 


1.47 


1S.2 


0.60 


18 9 


2.42 1 10 «.62 

1 


64.6 


1897 


2.51 


6.2 


0.87 


9.6 


1.15 


17.3 


0.89 


14.1 


1 52 


12 7 6.44 


69 9 


1896. . 


2.47 


7.7 


2.22 


13.2 


65 


17.1 


46 


24 5 


74 


11 4 


6.51 


73.9 


1896 


0.78 


11.4 


1.49 


6 6 


0.77 


31.3 


08 


12 


0.41 


10.8 


3.53 


72.1 


1894 


1.97 


9.9 


1.85 


26.3 


0.91 


14.0 


.59 


15 1 


1 15 


4.8 


6.47 


'70.0 


1893 


2.09 


10.8 


0.68 


11 6 


0.43 


25.5 


0.73 


24 3 


1.19 


5.4 


5.12 


77.6 


1892 


3.91 


7.4 


1.84 


6.4 


0.44 


21 7 


66 


16.7 


0.50 


7 7 


7.35 


69.9 


1882 1901 

i 


2.17 


8.5 


1 31 


15.0 


1.03 

• 


20 2 


91 


16 8 


1.10 


11 9 


6 52. 


72.4 



The rainfall of the Province for the five months aVe^Las^ed 5.68 inches, or .84 inch less than 
^he average for 1883-1901, and the snowfall was 68.5 inches, or 3.9 inches less than the average. 
'The most striking feature of the table is that during the three consecutive months December, 
JTanuary, and February the rainfall was only about one-third that of the normal, beinsj but 1.09 
inch as compared with an average of 3.25 inches for the twenty years. While December 
experienced the lightest snowfall since 1895, practically all the precipitation of February was 
snow. 

The growing season for most crops, however, is limited to the six months April September, 
-«nd the following table shows the rainfall for the past ten years, and also the averages for the 
twenty years 1882-1901 : 



Months. 



April 
liay . 
■ Jane 
July . 



19D1 



m. 
2.26 
3.67 
2.14 
3.90 



1900 



1899 



August 2.78 



'September 

Total for six months 



2.78 
. 17.63 



m. 
1.44 
2 03 
2 83 
3.96 
2.15 
2 73 
15.14 



m. 
1.10 
3.43 
2.46 
2.78 
0.81 
3.72 
14 30 



1898 



in 

1.45 
2 43 



1897 



m. 
2.52 
3.38 



1896 



m. 
1.26 
2.10 



2.83 I 2.83 2.39 



I 



1. 11 

2 64 

2.94 

13.40 



5.36 

2 62 

83 

17.54 



2 79 

2.86 

4 47 

15 87 



1895 

in. 
1.49 
2 36 
1.37 
2 02 
2.81 
2.67 
12 72 



1894 



1'. 
0.99 
5 72 

2 32 
1 72 
0.84 

3 73 
15.32 



1893 


1892 


in. 


in. 


2.61 


1.16 


3.35 


3 64 


3.15 


4.64 


2.44 


2.73 


2 67 


4.26 



1.94 



3.84 



16 16 20.16 



1882- 
1901 

in. 
1.56 
2.88 
2.77 
2.69 
2.62 
2 63 
15.06 



The total precipitation for the six months was 17.53 inches, which was 2.38 inches more 
^^han the average for the twenty years. June is the only montji in the table showing a decrease 



1901 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



in rdinfall compaied with its own arerage. June is also credited with the least rainfall for tke 
year, although April is by far the driest month of the six for the twenty years. 

Sunshine. In the following table the averages of sunshine are, as usoal, derived from the 
recoids of the we ither stations at Woodstock, Toronto, Barrie, Lindsay and Kingston. . 



Months. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

DecembBr 

Total for the year 

Total for'6 months 
April- Sept. .. 



Sun 

above 

horizon. 


1901 


1900 


1899 
hrs. 


1898 


1897 


1396 


1896 


1894 


1893 


1 
1892 


1888- 
1901 


hrs. 


hrs. 


hrs. 


hrs. 


hrs. 


hrs. 

1 


hrs 


hrs. 


hrs. 


hrs. hrs. 

1 


285. Z 


59.7 


77 1 


90.8 


76.2 


70.4 


62 3 


73.0 


74 5' 64.0 

1 


72.8 68.7 

1 


291.4 


116.7 


109.8 


112 8 


69 3 


93.7 


104.0 


110.2 


124.2 93.8 

j 


93 6 94 9 

j 


369.9 


96 9 


161 4 


133.2 


167.6 


148.3 


188.1 


179.6 


127.6 150.4 

j 


174.9. 148.7 


406.4 


164 5 


214.0 


223.2 


230 2 


174.2 


180 3 


195.1 


2L2.9 148.5 

1 


216.2 


193.9 


461.1 


177.3 


247 9 


210.9 


196.3 


196.9 


262.1 


262.1 


181.7 211.1 

1 


166.4 


211.9 


465 7 


266.6 


306 3 


278.2 


237. 1 


219.8 


302.1 

j 


286.3 


244.6 247.8 201 4 


262.8 


1 470 9 


268.2 


266.3 

1 


302.2 


307.8 


258.7 


237.8 

j 


232.4 


276.2 284.2 316.1 


272.6 


484. 5 


208.0 


271. 4 


262.1 


225.2 


262.4 


262.6 


228.0 


207.3 269.0 231.6 

1 


240.8 


376.3 

1 


199.7 

1 


190.0, 


164.4 


202.4 


237.1 


168.0 

j 


194 2 


166 4 17r.8 


218.2 


198.4 


340.2 


163.0 

i 


161 


141.7 


118.2 
j 


161.0 


135.6 

1 


149.0 


129.4 150 146.6 

1 


134.8 


236.9' 

1 


80 3 

1 


82.4 

1 


78.6 


89.0 

j 


60 8' 


69.8 


79 3 


64.7 813 35.1 

1 


68.1 


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There were only 1852.7 hours of sunshine registered in 1901, or 283.5 hours less than ia 
the preceding year, which was one of unusual brightness, and 83.8 hours less than the average 
for 1882-1901. The sunshine for the six growing months April-September amounted to 127 i.2 
hours, or 90.3 hours les3 than the average for the twenty years, and 220.7 hours less than were 
registered in 1900. The harvest months of July and August did not eqvisX their averages. 



VEGETATION. 

Correspondents who wrote a tew days before the the 1st of May considered the season as 
rather backward, but those who sent in their reports after that date spoke of rapid growth in 
both field and fores*-, which had brought vegetation rather more forward than usual. Tihe 
• eastern portion of the Province appeared to have been relatively more advanced in this respect 
than the west. Meadows in the beginning of May afforded excellent pasturage for sheep, and a 
fair bite for other live stock. An Essex correspondent writing on May 6th, stated that peadi 
trees wore then in profuse bloom. 

Spring Seeding. Taking the Province over, spring sowing may be described as being 
about half done on the first of May, although in a few localities it was claimed that the work 
was practically completed by that time. Early sown grains found an excellent seed-bed, more 
especially on high and well drained lands ; but a heavy snow and rain storm, ranging from tke 
19tb to the 21st of April, gave spring operations a decided set back by flooding low lying places, 
and not only preventing further sowing for a week or so, but in some instances drowning o^a^^ 
portion of the crop already put in. Notwithstanding this dTai^\i^c^., NiXv^ ^"tci«^^<i\s^ Vst «^scn»si^ 



8 THE REPORT OF THE No. ^i» 



crops were on the whole encouraging on May Ist. A few correspondents reported potatoes a 
having been planted, which was somewhat earlier than usual for that crop. , 



THE GRAIN CROPS. 

Fall Wheat. The reports regarding the newly planted fall wheat were thus summarized 
in the bulletin issued in November, 1900 : '* Correspondents in the fall wheat counties of the 
western part of the Province are divided as to the area of new wheat compared with last year, 
although it is probable that decreases and increases will about balance themselves, and give an 
average acreage. In the eastern part of the Province there is a decided gain in the area grown. 
The period of sowing ranged from the last week of August to the third week of October, the 
bulk of the crop being put in about the middle of September. While some complain of a 
dry seed bed, the majority of reports speak of a good catch, and in a number of instances the 
growth ha<» been so rank that cattle have had to be turned into the fields to eat off the t<»ps of 
the plants. In the western half of the Pr vince the Hessian fly has been attacking the new 
wheat, but in the counties east of York little or no mention is made of this pest. Over forty 
different sorts of fall wheat are mentioned as growing, the favorite varieties being Dawson's 
Golden Chaff, Clawson, and Genesee Giant." 

In the Annual Report of the Agricultural College for 1900, Prof. W. Lochhead thus referred 
to the visitation of the Hessian fly : ** Many complaints reach us regarding the prevalence of 
the Hessian fly, and observations show that it is prevalent in all the counties along Lake Erie, 
viz. : Essex, Kent, Elgin, Norfolk, Haldimand, Welland, and Lincoln. The wheat crop of Mid- 
dlesex, Lambton, Huron, Oxford and Brant have also been badly attacked, and occasional 
complaints have come from Perth and Simcoe, Bruce, Grey. Wellington, Waterloo, Dufferin, 
but the counties eatt of Toronto are practically free. The long open falls of the past two years 
have been very favorable to the breeding of Hessian flies. Reports of the dates of sowing of 
the fall wheat in the infected districts make it quite clear that the time of the sowing of the 
seed should be postponed till the last week in September. Where such late sowing has been 
done the crop has escaped the fly. It is often maintained that seed sown after the first week in 
September does not produce a yield equal to that produced from seed sown prior to that date ; 
but, on the other hand, it does not take many Hessian flies to mak« a material reduction in the 
yield of hu infested field." 

But for the injury done by the Hessian fly in the southwestern part of the Province, fall 
wheat could be classed as a most promising crop in May. Unfortunately every county south of 
a line drawn from Hamilton to Sarnia had suffered considerably from the fly, and a few town- 
ships a little to the north had also been vi8i*^ed by the pest. Some fields had to be plowed up 
on that account, but not so large an acreage as the poor condition of the wheat would warrant, 
on account of the grain having been ** seeded down " with grass. Outside the counties affected 
. by the Hessian fly, fall wheat was then looking well. Some injury was done by ice on low- 
lying or poorly drained lands, but as a rule the crop presented a luxuriant appearance— the 
growth having been almost too rank in places in the fall — and several counties were expected to 
give yields well up to the rec rd. 

The August bulletin contained the following : '* Returns just to hand show tt at the injury 
done by the Hessian fly in the Lake Erie group of counties has been so great that in many 
instances the yield per acre is as low as only five bushels per acre, although in the same locali- 
ties larger yields per acre have also been returned. The fly has done comparatively little 
damage in the Georgian Bay counties, in Bruce, and in the central and eastern portions of the 
Province. There hds been more or less rust complained of, the hot, damp weather prevailing, 
at times being favorable for its development. In the reports as to the quality of the grain,. 




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frequent mcDtion is made of Ihe keinel briiif; shruDken, the intenee heat of the early pajt of 
July, it is averred, cauBing premature ripening. Harffstinf; took place rather earlier than 
uaual. While a number of correap'-ndenta spesk of the crop being cut und housed in oxcallent 
cuDdition, others complain that the rains prevailing at the latter part of harvesting, together 
witli the great heat, caused gome oF the |/,rain to sprout in the sho.k. Very little threshing bad _ 
been done aa corresp undents wrote, but it is expected that reiurns will range from 5 to 40 bushaISM 
praoro- | 

According to November ropcrtB, the arop wus a good deal below the average from various 
causes. In the weet the ravages of the Hessian flj did ^fc^t injury, and much of the surviving 
grain waa light in wuight on account of ihe extreme hent and drouth of .June and July. Rust, 
cockle, and chess were also mentioned aa among the season's drawbacks, and in acme western 
localities the grain nas apoilt by wet before it could be harvested. Reports from the fastein 
seotion— which was free from the Hesaian Uy — were somewhat more favorable, especially as 
regards the Ottawa valley and East Midlaijd couctioK, where the crop was a fair one, the princi- 
pal causes of injury being the excessive early rains and drouth before harvest, owini{ to which, 
much of the grain was shrunken. There had lieen no noticeable damage from froat, but a 
devastating bail storm destroyed a large area of grain in Carleton county. 

The New Fall Wheat. " The bulletin ient out in November, 1901, said : "There has 
been a very considerable and well nigh universal decrease in the acreage devoted to fall wheat, 
owing to the ravages tif the Hessian fly. In order to acoure the new crop against the pest, 
sowing haa been deferred by many furmera to a later period than usual. While the bulk of the 
seeding w»a done during the first ihiee weeks of September, a large number postponed the work 
until the following mi-nth. The condition of the ground was generally good, although dry in 
mauy localities, and where the youn^ plants are visible they present aa a rule a healthy appear- 
ance. Rain, however, is badly needed in some neighborhoods. In several western counties, 
more especially in those bordotin^ on Lake Erie, the earlier sown whoHt haa been attacked by 
the Hesflian fly which occasioned much injury. The priiicipal varieties of fall wheat sown were 
Dawson's Golden Chaff, Red Claweon, and Genesee Giant." 

Sprisci Whkat. This crop is grown ohitfly in the eastern half of the Province, corre- 
spondents in the western counties having comparatively little to say about it. According to the 
August returns the yield was a variable one, although a large riumbor if correspondent a spoke 
of good returns. The ciop, like fall wheat. Buffered ronsiderahly from rust, and from an inaett 
which did a good deal of injury by cutting the stock at the joint, Some alsooomplainedof the 
Hessian fly. Only a few had cut their spring wheat as correspondents wrote, but the bulk of 
the atanding crop was then reported to be in fair condition. 

November reports stated that but little spring wheat waa grown this year in the western 
part of the Province, and where cultivated, the crop waa a light one, owina to ihe aarQe causes 
aa injured other cereals. The yield in the eastern section waa fair in most neighborhoods, but 
the grain waa frequently small and shrivelled owing to the drouth. 

B&RLET. The August bulletin had the following : " As in the casd of other uareals, corre- 
spondents are not nearly agreed regarding the yield and quality of barley, although it is likely 
that it will be a better crop relatively than either fall or spring wheat. It has suffered but little 
from insect pe^ts, and while some corroapondents report the grain aa discolored by rains during 
barveating, others claim that tlje color ia good, although thj berry ia rather small in size. The 
wet weather of May, and the excessive heat during a portion of July, are given aa the chief 
causes of drawback to the crop. The strAw is reported na short in length in various looslitiea. 
HHrvestini! was general from the 15th to the end of Jul j-, althouijh some fielda were beiny out aa 
oorreapondents wrote during the first week ot August," - v 



1# THE REPORT OF THE Ko. 



November reports as to the barley crop were very yariable. It suffered somewhat from the 
Heesiau fly, and to a greater extent from the drouth, which resulted iu premature ripenmg, 
rendering the grain light and the straw 8h'>rt. There was considerable difference in the sample, 
which many described as bri$];ht in color, while, in other neighborhoods, it was badly col >red 
i^iid of a low grade. 

Oats. August returns regarding this crop were far from being unanimous. In various 
sections of the Province, more particularly in some of the Lake Ontario counties, large returns 
per acre were reported, but in some other localities the reverse was claimed. The crop also 
suffered from the abnormal heat of July, which has^tened ripening, and in many cases prevefited 
the heads from filling out thoroughly. Correspondents in eastern Ontario spoke of the crop as 
having ripened very unevenly, which delayed harvesting in some instances. Only a few had 
cut oats up to the first week of August. The straw in many cases reported was not as long as 
usual. 

According to November statements the oat crop was unfavorably affected, especially in low 
lying ground by the heavy rains in the spring, ani injured by the extreme heat of midsummer 
aud, as a consequence, much of it was light in the grain with short straw. The early sown 
crops as a rule yielded much better than those sown Uter in the season. In some cases injury 
was caused by rust. This crop appeared to have done slightly better in the Lake Erie and East 
Midland districts than elsewhere. 

Peas. The Aus^ust reports regarding peas varied considerably, except on the one point, 
that the crop was more or less injured by the ** weevil" or **bug»" although where grass peas 
were sown they escaped attack. Yields were expected to range from 10 to 30 bushels per acre. 
While some spoke of the straw as being of good quality, though rather short, others complained 
that it had been blackened by rain and heat. A good deal of the crop had yet to ripen as cor- 
responden's wrute. 

The November bulletin had the following concerning peas : " Owing to the ravages of the 
pea bug in past years, a much smaller area was devoted to this crop thar usual, and the injury 
done by the pest, together with the damage done by dry weather, have resulted in a small yield. 
Reports vary little as to locality, being generally unsatisfactory as regards the ordinary varie- 
ties. Grass peas, however, which have been largely raised in many neighborhoods, have as a 
rule done well." 

Beans. Outside the county of Kent beans are not largely grown as a field crop. The 
beans were beginning to pod when correspondents wrote on the 1st of August, were in good 
condition owing to timely rains, and gave promise of an excellent yield. 

According to November returns beans were, on the whole, a fairly good crop, though, 
owing to dry weather, the yield was a good deal decreased in many parts, the pods not being 
well filled. 

Rye. Judging by the reports of correspondents in May, very little rye was being raised 
for the grain, most of the crop being cut for green food. Where grown, however, winter rye 
was described as looking well. 

The August bulletin said: *' Comparatively little rje is raised for the grain in this Province, 
the crop being used largely for soiling and other purposes. Where allowed to mature, it has 
tUL-ned out well in most cases, both as regards grain and straw, although in some instances 
affected by the great heat occuring in July." 

The November reports were to the effect thst rye appeared to have done better them the 
other cereals, the yield being generally fair though somewhat light in grain in many localities 
owinu to drouth. 



V ' • 



194M . BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. • 11 

, I ■ ■ - !■ I I ' - I I ■ M ■■■■-.■ 

Buckwheat. The yield and quality of buckwheat varied considerably, and the general 
result was about an average. The crop' was generally well harvested, though in some places 
injured by rains. 

CoBN. The August \)ulletin said of com: '' Several correspondents lay stress upon the 
fact that this crop has become a most important factor in connection with cattle feeding, 'the 
advent of the silo has made corn one of the staple fodder crops of Ontario. Despite •the fact 
that planting was delayed in many quarters owing to wet weather then prevailiug, the crop has 
made good headway, and taken as a whole gives promise of doing well should early frosts not 
.appear Complaiots are made of injury by crows and blackbirds, but otherwise the crop 
appears to have escaped damage." 

According to November reports the season was, on the whole, a favorable one for com, 
notwithstanding the drawbacks of cold, wet weather in the spring and subsequent drouth. The 
yield was large wherever this crop was grown, and the quality generally good both for husking 
.and fodder purposes. In but few localities were there any losses by frost reported, the crop 
having, as a rule, been saved in good condition, though there were exceptional cases of damage 
.by smut. 

HAY AND CLOVER. 

As correspondents wrote under date of May 1st, it was generally considered , that clover had 

.<;ome out of the winter in about the same condition as it had entered it, the damage done by 

** heaving" and ice being very sm'^Il. No mention was made by injury to the crop from insects. 

Clover fields had been given a good start by timely rains and warm weather, and were then 

presenting an excellent appearanc 3. 

The August bulletin had the following regarding hay and clover : **This is, without doubt, 
the most successful crop of the season, both as to quantity and quality. The average yield for 
ihe Province will be much above the average, particularly in the St. Lawrence and Ottawa 
counties, where, many correspondents assert, the hay crop is the heaviest ever cut in that part 
of the Province. As a whole, the crop has been well saved, ensuring an abundance of excellent 
fodder, although, in a few sections, more especially in the Northern Districts, rain did more or 
less damage. Several correspondents speak of the splendid form in which some old meadows 
showed up. Clover did better than timothy, and the second crop is looking well. Cutting 
extended from the last of June to the third week of July." 

Clover Seed. The following appeared in the November bulletin : ** Both red and alsike 
.clover have done well, the yield of seed being unusually good. The stalks are generally short, 
but the heads are well filled aud the seed plump. The drouth is respDnsible for a shortage in 
some quarters, while the midge has affected the crop injuriously in a small percentage of 
instances. Very little damage was occasioned by frost. " 



FIELD ROOTS. 

Potatoes. Judging by the number of correspondents who reported in August** one of 
tthe worst years yet for potato bugs," the beetle must have done a lot of injury. This coupled 
with the dry weather prevailing during the previous month or more, told greatly against the 
chances of the crop ; and while some correspondents then spoke of a fair, and even a good 
propect, the bulk of those reporting described the tubers as small in size and likely to be con- 
siderably below the average in yield. Thii was especially so ia the case of early planted pota- 
.toes. It was pointed out, however, that recent rains had greatly improved the outlook for the 
.crop. No blight had been reported up to August, and several correspondents referred to this 
ju± with much satisfaction. 



12 THE REPORT OF THE , No. fi» 

November returns were thus summarized in the bulletin issued early in that month : 
** The report of correspondents as to the potato crop are very variable. In the eastern section 
the yield is a light one in most neighborhoods, a great proportion having been destroyed by 
rot^ especially on clay soils and low-lying lands. More favorable accounts come from the west^ 
where this kind of disease is not nearly so prevalent. In that part of the Province, late sown 
potatoes have generally yielded well, while those put in early in the season h%ve suffered from 
dry weather or frost, and the bug has been in evidence as usual. The crop has practically all 
been secured." 

Carrots. This class of roots was seldom referred to by correspondents in the reports sent 
in at the beginning of August, although what little was said indicated that they were doing well 
\rhere grown. November returns were to the effect that the season had been a good one for 
carrots, and that the crop had been housed in excellent condition. 

Mangel Wurzbls. This crop did well, and the opinion was expressed that mangels 
appeared to be growing in favor, it being claimed for them that they were better able to with- 
stand the drouth i^han turnips. The yield was a large one, and the crop was gathered without 
any drawbacks. 

Turnips. Reports concerning turnips varied considerably during the early history of the 
crop. In many quarters there was poor germination of seed, and the ily also threatened loss, 
but in other sections a large crop was promised. November returns were generally favorable, 
although many' of the turnips were considered to be small in size. Most of the crop was put 
by in good condition by the 1 st of November. 

Sugar Beets. In only a comparatively few localities hive su^ar beets been pr«'duced, but 
if the results continue to be as favorable as those of the season of 1901 they are c^ rtnin to be 
more extensively sown The output has been good as regards both bulk and quality in almost 
ev6ry case. 



FRUIT AND FRUIT TREES. 

The early part of the season opened rather auspiciously for fruit, as will be seen by the 
following from the May bulletin : "In the western portion of the Province, where most of the 
orchards are to be found, fruit trees have come through the winter in splendid condition. In 
the counties along the St. Lawrence, however, an *' ice storm *' in the spring had the effect of 
breaking off many of the branches, and in some cases killing the trees. A number of fruit trees 
in the northern districts are also reported to have died, although the cause has not been given. 
Orchards were 'coming into bloom as correspondents wrote, and nearly every class of fruit was 
giving promise of a generous yield should frost and heavy rains keep off during the period of 
** setting," although some state that it will be a comparatively ** off year " for apples. A num- 
ber of correspondents in various paits of the Province refer to the presence of the tent cater- 
pillar, but this pest does not appear to be as common as it was a year ago. Odd mention was 
made of injury to fruit trees by field mice" 

August returns showed that it was going to be an ** off year " indeed for apples and cherries, 
notwithstanding their excellent prospects at the time of blossoming. The midsummer bulletin 
said: ** Reports regarding apples are far from satisfactory. Although there was plenty of bloom 
in many localities during spring, much of the fruit did not set, and later on most of the apples 
fell off before maturing. There is not likely to be half an average yield. Several corrt^spond- 
ents, however, point out that the Spy is doing better than any other of the winter varieties. 
Pears may be ranked as fair in quality and about an average in yield. Only one correspond- 
ent speaks of blight. Peaches will be a fair crop in the western Lake Erie Section, but will 
JiArdJjr do so well in the Niagara district. No mention has been made of disease in this connec- 
^/oj2. Plums range in yield from an average to failure, accoxdmg to \oca\\t^ ^bXi^ Got^. TV^ qmt- 



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■ciilio has been very active, and some of the crop haa rotted before ripening. Cherries hftTe 
Buffered from rotting on the tree, aad complaints of black-knot are also made, but in some of 
the -weatem counties this fruit did very well. Grapes promise » good yield, notwithstnnding the 
poor itart in ihe spring owing to the cold and wet conditiona then existing. Small fruits as > 
class did well, although mapberricH suffered from the dry wea'her of July." 

The November bulletin anid ; " Fruit trees are in good condition generally, and there h«» 
been an unuaually heavy growth of wood. The season has been a poor one for fruit, mo^ ' 
especially for apples, the staple orchard crop, of whioh there is a ahoitia^e everywhere. This 
appeara to be due to a combination of causea, the principal enumerated being wet weather dur- 
ing the hloaaoming season, heavy winds, and the attacks of the tent caterpillar, codling mutb. 
borer, and othtr insect peats. Shipments have conaequently been light, many localities not 
having enough for local conaumpiion. Insects also hive proved injurious to the other fiuitB, 
but many correapon dents note a (.Isntiful supply of pluma, peara, and peaches. Cherries and 
email fruits did fairly well in many pkoea, though the quality was very, variable. Grapes were 
in the main a good crop. The reports emphasine the need of spraying, as. where«or thia proceaa 
was followed, the lomea by inai;ct pesta were coneiderribly lessened." 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Fi»ix. This crop bas done well where raised, but it ia not ao largely grown as formerlf. 
It has succeeded better this eeasun in the Lake Huron countiea than in the West Midland group. 

Hops. Cur respondents had very little to aay about ho|.8. The few obaervations nwd* 
were to the etiect that where grown the crop is in good condition. 

L0CKRNB. Thia crop is increnaing in favor, more especially in Western Ontario, where it 
is used as green feed to supplement pastures during June, July, and August. 

Rafe. a large number of farmers are growing rape every year. Sheep and young cattle, 
it is claimed, do well upon it, and some aho feed it to hogs with good results. The epaaoB 
was a favorable one for the crop. 

THBEaHiNu iNi) Mabkbtinu. The following is from the November bulletin : " ThreshiDg 
has bedci cirried ou actively and in uiiny sections the work his practically been oompletoi. 
Peas were marketed early on account of the bug, and a large quantity of oats have been disposed 
of ; ut wheat has not been moving very lively, and much of the barley is now fed on the 

Fakm IilPROVEMBHTs. Novi mber reports regarding farm improvements were to the fol- 
lowing effect : "(iood prugresi haa been made in underdraining, more especially in thK went, 
anrl some of the Ottawa River counties. In many luu'alities where httle advance is noted, many 
of I he farms have been previously drained. In nearly all neighborhood? the supply of tile was 
sufficient. The supply lit skilled labor was generally adequate to the requirements, aa in mmt 
cases the wmrk was done without engaging special help. Tile draining machines are very little 
used, and are not considered as satisfactory as hand labor, AlmoBt everywhere wire fencing is 
rapidly taking the place of lail and other wooden fences, and in most localities, oonsiderabU 
impiovemenlB in the character of houses and bams are noted." 

Fall PtowiND. The dry weather which tharacteriaed the fall in moat parts of the Pro- 
vince ooiiaiderably interfered with the progress of fall plowing, rendering the soil hard and dry, 
more es]>eciaUy in the Lske Erie counties, where the work was reported as backward. In other 
loeal'ties, greater advances had been made, many far.ners having nearly or '\u\^«, <u^m'\}i'±'u^ 
their plowing at the time correspondents wrote, under Ante oi So-JftHCQeT \«„ K^w.t^iVto'w-*' 
provuleiit droiitb, the weather was highly favoniHe tor t\\6 wotV. 



I 



THE REPORT OF THE 



LIVE STOCK AND THE DAIRY. 






Hay returns were tu the following etfect : "All cIobbbs of live atock came through the 
winter in g >od condition. HorecB especially look well, although there have beea irianj caaea of 
coughs and. other light forma of distemper reported. Oattle were rather thin, but on the whole 
are healthy. A few casea of trouhle in calving have been reported, together with an odd 
meution of " blackleg "' in Leeds and Renfrew, and of lutnpy-jaw in Huron. Sheep are reported 
to be ill particularly fine form. Scab has disappeared, and lambs are plentiful and vigoroas. 
Swine have commanded more attention than ever before, owing to encouraging prices ; but 
while litters have been large there have been heavy losses among these young pigs, and during 
the latter part of the winter many hogs suffered from a form of rheumatism or " Btifieninj;,"^ 
which, however, appeared to wear off when the animals were turned out in the spring. In most 
parts of the Province there was an abundance of fodder for live stock during the winter, 
although a few farmers are said to have been compelled to buy feed in order to supplement their 
euppUes. Soma correspondents claim that the "bacon industry has Eomewhat leosened the number 
of beeSng animala raised by Ontario farmers ; yet it would also appear as if all classes of lire 
stock are receiving better care than ever before." 

Postures were in prime condition in the early [>art of the season, but fell off about the- 
second week in July, when the warm weather began to dry up the grata. However, heavy rain'* 
were falling as currespondenta wrote, abcut the beginning of Ati)>ust, and the prospects were 
that pastures would sncn pick up again. It was then thought that the milk supply, which had 
fallen off correspondingly with the condition of pastures, would likely be materially improved. 
The decline in the milk flow was not attributable to the dry pastures only, but also to the 
teasing of the horn 9y, which waa must annoying during the warm term, and helped to get 
cattle somewhat out of condition. Prices for both cheese and butter were mo<<t encouraging to- 
dairj-men, and the bulk of correspondents were cheerful as tu Che outlook for fall and winter 
supplies, there being an abundance of hay, an excellent promise of corn, and a fair chance yet- 
for roota, although straw, it waa estimated, would be a short crop indeed. 

The November bulletin thus described the situation: "Pastures were in good conditioa 
during the early fall in the eastern portion of the Province, although in the more wistem^ 
counties comparatively bare fields were common. Live stock of all kinds are in an unusually 
healthy state, an odd case of cholera in hngt being the only disease rejMrted. While a few 
correspondents describe cattle as being rather I bin, moat of those reporting consider them to I » 
in good average condition. In some locahties the hom-lly was annojing. Some correspondents- 
state that sheep are not kept in as lat^e numbers as formerly, but they appear to be in goi d 
shape where raised Swine arc being fed in large numbers, aud are being turned off more or 
less steadily the year around at weights ranging from 180 to 220 pounds. One correspondent 
characteristically refers to the hog as the " farmer's Klondike." The supply of fodder is said. 
to be ample for the winter, hay, corn, and roots being abundant, although there has been a 
general shortage of straw. The silo is still growing in favor, an unusual number having baeu 
built in the West Midland district this year. Several correspondents speak approvingly of 
the husker and shredder aa a means of preparing corn far fodder. Taking them all together,, 
reports concerning live stock may be considered as satisfactory." 

PoPLTBY. Judging by the remarks of correspond enta it would seem that farmers ars tAking 
much more^interost in poultry raising. More care is now being taken in the selectiog, feeding, 
housing, and the general handling of fowl, and the ()uestion of profit and loss is being more care- 
fully studied. The Plymouth Eock appears to be the most popular breed of hens. Turkeys 
are also being raised in larger numbers than ever. Several correspondenta point to the fact that 
mora poultry are being disposed of than in former years. The general condition of all claasa» 
of fowl ma; be described as good, although a correspondent in Wellington referred to a discaao' 



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Prince Edward deaciibed » diseaae, 
attacked, got "dutnpiah," and died 



Maembling bliad ataggors nnd another correipoiident 
which he said was not hen chulera, where the fowl wi 
withm forty-eight hours. 

Valttes Per Head. The Btatlatics of livestock will be found im pages 35-41. The fol- 
lowing table gives the average value per head of stock od hand fiir the past ten years : 



Working hnrsaa . 
Breed in g mares 

Colts 

StallioDB 

C'ttie: 

WoikingoieB... 

Milch oowB 

Store omttla 

OthtreattJB.... 

0>er oca year.-. 

Under one year . 

Under one year 
Poultry : 

TnrkBjrs 

G«»B 

FTnckn 

Utherfowla 



900 


1H39 


1BS8 


1897 


1896 


189S 


1894 


189a 


» 


S 


S 


1 


* 


« 


« 


$ 


71 


72 


6S 


61 




66 


7* 


80 


Nl 


74 


fl8 


64 


fi4 




76 


83 


Ki 


49 


41 


41 


41 




4S 


52 


sua 


:m 


m 




263 


266 




3S6 


4' 


46 


43 


42 


43 


4S 


46 




s <•. 


$ n 






3 e 


t p. 


i 0. 


« c. 


u ni 


80 31 


SS 21 


26 li 


77 (H 


29 7' 


31 02' 31 ea 


f» -M 




26 -1! 




24 






a 67 


13 09 


11 9( 


10 C2 


11 9 




13 91 


13 40 



nni 


4 78 


4 87 


4 41 


X 16 


2«1| 


2 62 


2 66 


V9.ft 


12 63 


11 40 


11 1.1 


X !)! 


3 911 














W 


63 


61 


66 










VH 








22 


22 


21 


22 



29 95 
27 42 
13 37 



I 



Beer ami Honi^y. The August bulletin had iho fulluwing regarding thu »piary : '' Litlle 
or no disease has been reported among bees. There has been plenty of swarming, and stocks 
have been strong and aciive. But fnr the dry weather of 'Inly, an immense yield would have 
bean recorded, and annie Bpiarista did remarkably well. The average yield, however, will not 
go over 50 pounds per hive. Some excellent basawood honey is reported, while a fair share of 
clover honey was also gathered. Eastern apiaries did better than those in the west." 

November reports were to the eflect that very little disease of uny kind had been reporied 
among heeB. The aweraije yield of honey was estimated at atmut fifty pounds ppr colony, a 
considerable addition of buckwheat honey having been made in some sec'ions nf the Province 
to the clover and hnsswood stock already on hand. Bees were expected to uo into winter 
quarters with a fair nmouiit of stores, and as prices have been good, owing to the scarcity ut 
Fruit, the season of 1901 may bo regarded as having boen a good average one for the apiary. 

Thr Daibv. The following also appeared in the Niivomber bulletiD : " The season of 1901 
has been a fair one for dairying, although some correspondents complain of the low price 
prevailing for cheese. Creamery plants have been put into a number of cheese factories, cheese 
being made frnm May to October, and butti r during (be winter months. The cream separator 
IB said to be of great assistance to ihose making home-made butter. Both creamery and home- 
mado butter are described as having been of good quality as a whole, and prices as a rule have 
been satisfactory. Many 'armors engaced in dairying nre now systematically putting in ice 'n 
order to meet conditions of temperature during mid-summer. Shorthorn grades are still most 
commonly found in I intario dailies, although Holstein and Ji rseys arc cfiming into favor ; while 
Ayrshirea retain supremacy in the cheese -producing counties along the St, Lawrence." 

Chee&e FiCTORiEM. The statistics of the cheese made in factories are given by counties in 
Tabl? iivii (pi^e 44), together with totals for the Province for ten yenrs. Thrre was a slight 
decrease in the number of fnctorieB operated hub the make of cheese was 1M,942,,511 Ui?.., > -« 

loundJi greater than in 1900. The vs.\Yi6,\u'.«ev«\. Nvna Xc^^ V-j V'.~-*J*'*''*^ 



i 



I 



THE REPORT OF THE 



owing to a falling off of f 1.10 per IJO lbs. in the market price. The amount ]<tud to patiotu 
for mil", iacluding delivery to the factory, wea f 10,81],d't8, or 71.4 cents per 100 Iba. 

Cbeamebies. The following comparative table givee the itatiatica of the oreBmeries 
operated in Ontcrio for the nine years 1893-1901, ahowing the quantity and value of huttw 
made, the average number of patrons, the ayamga price of butter per pound, and the amount 
paid to patrons tor milk or cream supplied : 





No. of 


Butter made. 


Ave'atre 
No."t 

p»troD«. 


Averar* 
p-ice of 

"p^UDd. ■" 


Amoant 




in opera, 
tioo. 


Quantity. V.lne. 


ddiV^ 


1901 .'.. 

1900 


286 

308 
338 
282 
214 
170 
135 
im 
74 


lb ' S 
9,047.260 1.7H3.2e4 
9,041,46S 1,H1H,2»0 
9,IW.964 l,71fi,3ti2 
9,008.992 l,632.2.M 
7 708 266 ].^03,fi(.a 
6.033.241 l,IO).3.'i3 

4,WS.7P8 1 sng,;j82 
8.162.660 «i;2 2;.7 
2.707.670 1 67I,1.V. 


19.896 
21.809 
23.090 
2-A741 
18.909 
12,216 

9,m 

8,298 
7.862 


etf. 
IB. 88 
20 li 
19.16 
18.12 
18 21 
18 25 
19-07 
20,94 
2t,21 


l.MIi,B7B 
1,689.291 


1898 

189: 

189H 

1896 

1894 

1898 


1.394,2'» 
1,139,468 
















TOBACCO. 





This crop'ia confined chieHv to Ehsux and Kent, tlie former county having about two-thirds 
of the acreage of the Province, a'thou^h even in these counties it is nut grown to a large extent. 
Correspondente reportint; on the lat of Auguat spoke of the plant havint; done well, alihough 
Home complained of ''worms" being very bad. Much of the tobacco was planted rather late 
thia year on account of the rain. 

Only a few correspondents luade reference to tobacco in the November retuma. Where 
mention of it waa made, however, the crop appeared to have matured well and to have escaped 
serious injury, except in a few instances. 

The followingj table gives the acreages for the six years 1896-1901, and the yields for th« 
last four years : 







E-Px, 






Krir. 




TLq rrnvincr 




Veai. 


Aorea. 


Total yield. 


Yield 

p-r 


Acres 


Total field. 


Yield 

pet 


Acre.. 


Totil yield. 


Yield 
per 
aor* 


1901 

1900 

18M9., 
1898 


1.620 
1,411 

6,086 
422 
S16 


Ibi. 

2,290 7.-.2 
2,06\600 
1.631,760 
7,095,970 


Iba. 

1,164 
1.276 
1,160 

1,»95 


681 
449 
838 
2.140 

28 
21 


lbs. 

564,728 

683,700 

416.402 

3,013,120 


Ibx. 

P67 
1,300 
1.229 
1.4U8 


3,9« 
2!477 
2.20Fi 
7,871 
994 
667 


lbs. 

3,113,580 
2.864.91.0 
2.211,662 
10.560,690 


lb. 

1,061 
1,140 
1.018 
1,342 



















There was a sudden boom in the growing of tobacco in Essex and Kent in 1898, but a 
decided shrinkage in the area occurri^d in the following year. There has been a steady increase 
in acreage in l}fOO and 1001, however, and the rather satisfactory aliowi ig in Essex this year 
should add to the popularity of the crop. The average yield per acre of the Province has not 
varied gveatly during the last three years. 



1,901 BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 17 

I 

** Frbnching " OP Tobacco. In the August crop returns one of our correspondents 
referred to the ^^Frenching" of some tobacco that he was growing. As no other complaints 
were received, it would appear that the disease was local rather than general in the Essex 
ilistrict. 

Prof. Wm. Lochhead, Biologist at the Ontario Agricultural College, has furnished the 
Department with the following notes regardins; the disease : 

This di8e«ise of tobacco is known under different names in different sections. It is known 
as *'Frenching" in the South, as "Mosaic Disease," ** Brindle," and ** Mongrel Disease " in 
the Northern tobacco districts, and " Calico Spot " in Connecticut and elsewhere. It is not yet 
quite certain that the disease known as "Frenching" in Essex is the same as that known under 
the same name in the South, ^or the characteristic feature of the disease in Essex is the yellow- 
ing of the main leaves and the production of tufts of rigid, worthless leaves on the lar^i^er leaves, 
while in the South the chief characteristic of the disease is a mottling and stiffening of the 
leaves. 

The cause of the disease is not definitely known. Some investigators attribute the cause 
to an unknown parasite, probably bacterial ; while others consider it a disease arising from 
purely physiological causes, associated either with movements of reserve proteids during 
growth, or with sudden changes of atmospheric conditions and unsuitable ^oil conditions. 

The disease may occur quite early in the life of the tobacco plant — even in the seed-bed — 
and usually attacks the older leaves first. Apparently the disease is not contagious, and is not 
rapidly propagated through the soil of the field, nor will seeds from diseased plants necessarily . 
produce unhealthy plants. In some regions diseased plants are more abundant on close, clayey 
soils than on open, porous soils. 

The conditions which favor **Frenching" are : Unsuitable soil nourishment; very moist 
soil with little light ; atmospheric conditions promoting rapid growth, and poor seed. It is a 
fact well known to most practical tobacco growers that **Frenching" is very liable to occur 
whenever a rapid production of sprouts on moist soil takes place. 

Along the line of prevention, it has been recommended to keep the plants in the seed-bed 
ceol (not too warm) ; to change the seed-bed ; to practice rotation of crops ; to remove the 
stubs of diseased plants after the crop is harvested ; the use of chemical fertilizers instead of 
stable manure ; the addition of lime, or some other substance, to th^ soil which will render it 
more porous ; and the protection of plants at critical seasons from too sudden exposure to 
sunlight. 

It is evident that a more detailed study of this disease is necessary before the real cause is 
discovered, and definite remedies or preventives can be applied. 



LABOR AND WAGES. 

The following was contained in the May bulletin: **The remarks of correspondents regard- 
ing farm labor and wages are deserving of careful consideration. The rush to the towns and 
cities continues, and it would appear, as if urban attractions are drawing away a majority of the 
more ambitious and energetic young men and women from the farm. A considerable number 
of strong and active young men also leave agricultural pursuits for river driving and other 
lumbering operations just when the land is most in need of their services. Many complaints 
are made as to the inferior quality of most of the work now offering on our farms, and some 
correspondents assert that rates of wages are so high that a number of farmers will have to let 
a portion of their farms go untilled rather than hire hands at prevailing prices. A correspon- 
den^'in the county of Grey mentions that the ten hour a day system has been introduced into 
his neighborhood with beneficial effect, both man and beast b^w^^\X.va% >3ckfcx^^>^>^^\Ji^'*»» 



/ ■ 



18 



THE REPORT OF THE 



No. 



much work is done as under the old plan of working unfcil sundown. Some correspondents also 
apeak of the benefit resulting from Henant houses* being built on farms, *and married men being 
given employment all the year around. Domestic servants on the farm are said to be erem. 
€M3arcer than ever." 

August returns were thus summarized : ''While a few correspondents state that there was 
a, sufficiency of labor during harvest, most of those reporting speak of the scarcity of laborers, 
some saying that it was necessary to get boys to attempt the work, while one correspondent in 
Oxford tells of women driving binders, rakes, etc., in order to save the crops. As a rule no 
reasons were given for the lack of assistance on the farm, although a few correspondents refer 
to the attractions of Manitoba and the mining regions. Wages by the day during harvest 
ranged from $1 to $1.50, $1.25 being common. Domestic servai^ts, as usual, are hard to pro- 
cure for work on the farm. " 

The question of labor and wages was thus dealt with in the November bulletin : '* The 
great majority of correspondents report that the supply of farm labor was inadequate to meet 
the demand. The reasons given are temporary or permanent departures for Manitoba and the 
North-west, the high wages paid in the lumbering industry, and the migration to the cities and 
larger towns. Those correspondents who consider any change in the rate of wages likely nearly 
all predict an increase, but a large number express the opinion that the farmers cannot afford 
to pay more than present rates. Domestic help continues exceedingly scarce, the variety of 
other callings and employments now open to women attracting girls away from the farm. 
Immigration is the remedy generally suggested, often coupled with the proviso that the new 
arrivals must be of the 'right sort,' and disparaging criticisms on the immigrants who have 
been brought out." 

The following table gives the average rate of wages paid farm laborers by the year and by 
the month, with and without board, for ten years, together with the average for twenty years ; 
also the monthly wages paid domestic servants on the farm : 



Farm Laborers. 



] 



Pec year in yearly 
engagements : 
With board 

Without board . . 

Per month for work- 
insr season : 
With board 

Without board . . 

Domestic servants 

per month .... 



1901. 


1900. 


1899. 


1898. 


1897. 


1898. 


1896. 


1894. 


1893. 


< 

1892. 


1882- 
1901. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


165 


155 


149 


148 


144 


144 


150 


156 


160 


156 


157 


263 


248 


243 


246 


236 


243 


246 


247 


255 


253 


250 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


c. 


$ c. 


c. 


0. 


c. 


$ c 


17 78 


16 67 


16 38 


16 31 


14 29 


14 57 


15 38 


16 66 


17 13 


16 52 


16 7i 


27 05 


26 73 


24 93 


25 44 


24 47 


24 11 


26 46 


25 61 


25 97 


26 92 


26 19 


6 90 


6 65 


6 19 


6 09 


6 97 


6 11 


6 07 


6 23 


6 47 


6 21 


6 2( 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



TEMPERATURES OF 



MONTHS. 


1 


1 


i 

3 


il 


f 




1 




1 


1 




43.8 
-3 
30 2 
16 2 
23 7 
37 

2.0 
24.1 

9 3 
16-7 
47-8 

2 D 

in'.e 

2ti,7 

25 1 
Bl,8 
34,7 
43 2 
79.2 
m 1 

BL 4 
42 7 
52 1 
89 4 
36.0 
73.2 
&» 7 
fi3.4 
93.4 
Rl 3 
78.2 
81,6 
69.8 

170 
71 3 

66^7 
81.0 
38,2 
67.9 
52.0 
69.9 
72.0 
24 6 

ii.3 
M 8 
66.3 
17 
41 
28 5 
31,7 
48.8 
1.0 
33 I 

25:6 
4t 3 


432 
■7.0 

28 6 
17.2 

22.9 
34 6 
14 
22-4 

13,6 
61 3 
-4.7 
36 6 
22 B 
30.0 
80 7 
■Z4.5 
53.6 
3i 1 
43.9 

78 6 
30 
64 4 
46.6 
64 9 
96. 

32 6 
78.8 
66.3 
67 6 
98 7 

48 
84 7 
61,4 
74 
90.7 
44 7 

79 
58.8 

87.3 

33 3 
70 7 

61.4 

72,4 
26.3 
58.6 
41 

49 8 
S9 5 
16,0 
39.7 
M.6 
317 
46 9 
-5 
29 8 
17 6 
23.7 
46 4 


43 
.6.0 
804 
15,0 
23 
S3.0 
.11 

4^4 
13 7 

60.6 
.5.6 
38.8 
21.6 
30,2 
80 
2(0 
66,6 
36.0 
4^,8 
79 
30,0 
«6 4 
44.7 
65.6 

3J 
78 6 
66,1 
06.8 
98 
49 5 
86.3 
62.1 
74 1 
88 
4.i 

57'2 
68 6 
87,0 
.H3.6 

60 8 
61.3 
73.0 
23 

S7.8 
49 4 
600 
8 
41,0 

■n.b 

34.2 
67,0 
-4.5 
32 
17,6 
34 8 


42 2 

-6.0 
29,2 

14,8 
23,0 

-4,0 
21.7 
5 6 
U.7 

62 
-5 
36.6 
19. 8 
28,6 
77.0 
23.0 
54.4 
367 
46,1 
78,0 
31.0 

63 6 
44,5 
51 1 
91,0 
37 
76.1 
62,6 
66.2 
93 
60,0 
82.6 
61 3 
71.4 
86 
41.0 
78 

68.1 
84. 

69 6 
50,7 
60,3 
69.0 
25 
67.1 
S8,4 
47,8 
65.0 
16,0 

27.8 

57 
-3 
31.5 
ISO 
24 6 
41,7 


48.0 
-8.0 
33.0 
19 a 
26 6 
37.0 
-a.O 
36 7 

9 4 
18 2 
60 


38,1 
24.8 
31.6 
83,0 
280 
B3,4 
37.0 
44.9 
82.0 
36 
82 8 
44 9 
53.7 

40!0 
79 1 
66,2 
67.3 

too.o 

56.0 
87.0 
66,5 
76,2 

50,0 
80.3 

69!7 
91 
87.0 
73 6 
54.4 
63.0 
76,0 
26.0 
64.6 
41.1 
53.6 
6S0 
18.0 
43.4 
296 
35.8 
GJ.O 
-3 

:i5 ) 


45.4 

-10,9 
31.6 
16.7 
23.9 
34.0 
-2.4 
24.3 

8 9 
16.9 
46.6 

0.0 
36.8 
23.1 
29,9 
76 6 
30.2 
64,8 
37 6 
45.8 
79.2 
H3.0 

45 
64 
97.1 
40.6 
77.1 
66.0 
66.1 

638 
84 2 
63.3 

73.6 
87.4 
49.7 
78,3 
59.9 
68.3 
B6.0 
35.6 
70 7 
52.5 
60.8 
7-2 
27,8 
58,1 
39 
48 2 
60 8 
14 6 
41.0 

3i.6 
6U 2 
3 
33.2 


2r3 

26.3 
7 6 
16.5 
31.6 
13,7 
208 
1.3 
11.0 
42,2 
-6,3 
33.9 
16 3 
25,1 
80.6 
23.7 
55.6 
35.7 
45,6 
80.1 
81.0 
66.4 
46.4 
55.9 
94.7 
S7.7 
77,1 
53.8 
66,4 
94.7 
49.9 
82.7 
60.6 
71.6 

47' 3 
77,9 
66 9 

87.0 

70"2 
49.2 

70.6 
23.0 
56.6 
37. i 
46.9 
08.9 
4.3 
37.0 
2i.6 
29.4 
60 6 
-7-1 
28 4 


41.0 

ar,5 
25,3 
6.0 

15.2 
31 
19 
20.1 
-3,7 
8.7 

43 
-7.0 
33 4 
14.6 
24,0 
78.0 
18.0 
66.6 
34.3 

44 9 
82,0 

4s!s 

56.0 
91.0 
36.0 

52!6 
66.3 
95,0 
50.0 
81.3 
69,1 
70.2 
86.0 
46.0 
77.6 
56,3 
66 5 
86,0 
30.0 
69.4 
48 
58. 7 
71.0 
26.0 
65.7 
38 5 
47.1 
63-0 
8.0 
35 4 
23 6 
29.3 
480 
-13 
287 


40.0 
24,0 
21.6 
1,8 
11.7 
34.0 
10 
20,8 

114 

400 
-8 

15 's 
24.3 

81,0 
37,0 
66.8 
37.1 
46.4 
81.0 
39 
67.2 
47,1 
67,2 
96.8 
44 
78,4 
66.6 
67.6 
98.3 
60.0 
83,3 
61.4 
71.8 
96.8 
44 
78,3 
68.3 

310 
71.1 

50.4 
60.7 
71,0 

66' 9 
39.6 
48,3 
58.0 
-2.0 
33 8 
32 3 

63.0 
-12 
26.9 
11.1 
IS a 












Ma»iilowa»t 

.Monthly mean 

fHiRheet 

Lowest 

Fabraarr ..i Mean hiBha-it 


-7.7 
5.0 
32.0 

-30.0 
10,6 


LMonthlyraean 


6,4 














LMonbhlymean 


IB.S 








57.3 




.Maatbtr mean 
















L Monthly main 


64.2 






J»n« i Mean highest 


78 e 


LM .DChly maan 


63, T 


LoWB-t 

Jaly i MeimhiRbesl 


37« 
81.f 


LMonthlymean , . 


67. 






ABBmst MeanhiKheat 


77,8 


I. Monthly mean 


63.1 


'-■WB-t 

.M.inthiymB^. !;;!!!! 


23 • 

70.2 
41.3 
55.7 














(.MinthlymBJUi 


44.i 


Lowesi 

Nore-iber . . ^ Mean hinheat 


-15.0 
32.T 


(.Monthly mean 

k_ 'KS;::,::;::;-;:: 


36.1 

-35!o 

22.6 


'■ LMonthlymean 

Annual mean. ,. 


28,1 
47.1 


26 3 
46 6 


21.4 

43 » 


21.1 
42 3 


la.e 




THE REPORT OF THE 



AVERASE OV TETHPERATITRES K)R TWENTY YEARS. 



Table II. Showing for eaeb month thi 
Kod me&n temperature at the prii 
also the unnuBl mean at each stat 



(Eiftheat 
Lnweet 
Mean higbenC . . . 
Mean loweet 
Manthlf meaa . . 
fHighest «.9 47,* 

LoWBBt 

..-( MeaD highest 37 7 27.8 

IMeanlowaat .... 

i. Monthly mean .. 
fHishest 

..\ Meanhighese 

I Ueaa lowest 

(.Monthly mean . . 
/"HiRheat 

. . -{ Mean higheab — 

I Mean lowest 

(.Monthly mean... 

[■Highest .... 79 6 82.3 

, . .j Mean hiebeat SO. 9 66. B 

Mean lnweat ..... 

(.Monthly mean 60.5 64 8 

j'Higbnt 

. -I MsanhiebeBt ... 

Mean lowest 

iMonihly menn . . 

rHitthest 

Lowest 

. . ^ Mean hJKhest 

I Mean lowest 

(.Monthly mean . . . 

f Highest 

I Lowest 

...; Meanhlgbeat 

Mean lowest 



rHigheet 

I Lowest 

,, -I Mean highest. . 

I MeanlDwest I 49.2 

(Monthly mean . 

fHighert J 74.3 78.4 

ILoweat I 2i.b 24.3 

. . -j Mean hiKheat | BG.3 67.2 

I Mean loweat . . "n ^ 

LMontbly meiii 

(-Highest 



DeMmber . , i Mea 



. i Mean highest . 
I Mean loweat . . 
(.Monthly meaa. 

fHighest 

I Loweat , . 



IS 6 



;e of the highnt, loweat, mean highest, mean low«at 
n Ontario, derived from the twenty years. 1S33-1901;. 



' 41.7" 
.34.6 
22.0 



83.8 
34 7 
65.8 



ao-& 


8fl.8 


77 » 


77.8 




51.5 


tiV.i) 


G6.9 


Sfifl 




H] H 


31.3 




70.1 


40 4 


4B 


COS 


59.3 


7fil 


74.6 


h;i 4 




57 fi 






3fl 8 


48.3 


47.1 


R9 1 




\V. (1 


10.8 


4!t 7 


43.6 






■iti.a 


SG.8 


-.7 


60.2 






»H K 


S3B 


Tfl 1 




27.4 


26.8 


46.8 


44.6 



30.6 
69.6 
46.3 
57 2 



21.0 

27.8 
44.8 



49. t 
-Sfi.S 
31. d 



8C.1 
24.7 

en.s 

38.G 
51 .» 
89. » 
34.0 
76.0 
47.» 
61. »■ 
»].» 
40.1 
78.* 



60.O 
»7.4 

76.4 



85.0 
28.S 
67.7 



72. » 
16.3 
5S.2 
S3 S 
4S.2 



41.8 
■S6.2 
24.7 



1901 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



^I 



RAIN AND SNOW. 

Tablb III. SnmmAry of the total fall of rain and snow, and the number of days on which rain and 
enow fell in Ontario during the year 1901 at stations reporting for the whole year, and the average for 
the Province. 



'Station. 



AiiaoMA— 

Port Arthur .... 

White River 

Providence Bay . . 

Bruce Mines 

Cockburn Island. . 
Bbant— 

Paris 

Brantferd 

Bauob— 

Imcknow 

N. Bruce 

Point Clark 

Saugeen 

Oablrton— 

Ottawa 

DUFFBBIN— 

OrangeviUe 

Durham— 

Port Hope........ 

Sbsbx— 

Cottam 

Windsor 

JBloin— 

Port Stanley . . . . 

Cowal 

Fbontbnao— 

Ardea 

Kingston 

Qbet— 

Owen Sound 

Ifeaford 

Haldimand— 

Oayuga 

Dnnnville 

Halibubton— 

Httliburton 

BJALTON— 

Georgetown 

Hastings - 
Deseronto 

HUBON— 

Goderich 

Sunshine 

Kknt — 

Bidgetown 

Deattown ^ 

Chatham 

Lambton— 

Wyoming 

Birnam 

Sarpia 

I«A1f4BK— 

^Montague 

Kitely 

IdBIDB— 

Iiansdowne . . . » . 
Iahnox— 



18.98 
13.31 
23.23 

24 06 

30.05 

23.56 

31.67 
29.41 

23.00 
18 32 

30 32 
30.23 

26.68 
24.20 

20.04 
27.14 

29.46 

26.39 

34.17 

17.39 
19.33 

21.38 
21.20 

18.48 

18.61 
23.70 
11.63 

28.46 
25.14 

17.82 

26.08 



Rain. 


Inches. 


Dajrs. 


20.27 


66 


16.03 


77 


26 06 


96 


25.31 


79 


27.99 


79 


25.61 


91 


22.64 


63 


23.73 


94 



Snow. 



Inches. 



97 

23 

112 

93 

76 

77 

83 
94 

100 
44 

116 
104 

103 
67 

47- 
87 

124 

103 

88 

43 

74 

81 
80 
70 

46 
66 
27 

62 
61 

63 

68 



224.0 

112 6 

114.0 

80.6 

64.2 

46 
56 6 

127.2 
99.6 
67.6 

127.3 

92 6 
97.6 
93.7 

21.3 

45 8 

95.0 
31.5 

64.0 
51.2 

141.7 
124.7 

48.5 
48.5 

72.9 

93.8 

52.9 

87.6 
99.4 

63.0 
29.4 
69.6 

47.6 
99.6 
36.6 

37.6 
63.8 

64.2 

135.0 



Days. 



27 

87 
58 
28 
36 

21 
29 

76 
63 
22 
94 

36 

49 

34 

15 
23 

70 
17 

33 
60 

71 
53 

24 
24 

59 

73 

36 

35 
67 

34 
22 
29 

18 
43 
11 

19 
36 

26 

34 



Station. 



Middlesex— 

London ., . . . 

Hubrey 

MUSKOKA— 

Beatrice 

Emsdale 

Gravenhurst . 

NiPISSING — 

H»ilevbury .... 

NOBPOLK— 

Port Dover .... 
Lynedi^ch 

NORTHUMBEBLAND — 

Wool«r 

Ontabio — 
Uxhridge 

JXFORD— 

Woodstock 

Princeton 

Parry Sound— 

Parry Suund 

Uplands . . ^ 

Peel— 

Alton 

Perth— 

Listowel 

Peterborough — 

Jermyn 

Peterborough . . . . 

Lakefield 

Rainy River— 

Rat Portage 

Renfrew— 

Cbntaif .• 

RockclifFe 

SiMCOE— 

Barrie . 

Orillia.... 

Midland 

Victoria— 

Kinmount 

Lindsay 

Well AND— 

Welland 

Wellington— 

Gufilph 

Erasmus 

Wentwobth— 

Stony Creek 

York— 

Aurora . , 

Scarboro* 

Deer Park 

Toronto ^ 

Agincourt 

Vverage for the Pro- 
vince, 1901 

1900 

1882-1901 . . . 



Rain. 



Inches. 



\ 



15.10 

24 96 

31.72 
29 95 
29.18 

20 97 

18.79 
21.27 

26 29 

2314 

26.13 

25 57 

28.11 
21.75 

26.78 

22.99 

25.77 
24.11 
24.68 

13.29 

28.04 
19.49 

22.15 
25.24 
26.94 

24.80 
24.72 

18 60 

22.75 
25 32 

29.85 

23 42 
23.63 
23.71 
25.20 
21.60 

24.12 
2.5.28 
24.10 



Days. 



80 
70 

84 

106 

86 

98 

78 
61 

79 

68 

61 
66 

91 
86 

82 

56 

63 

89 

~ 84 

56 

92 
79 

92 
91 
81 

86 
103 



Snow. 



Inches. 



96.4 
47.0 

99 
911 

88 8 

94.2 

96.7 
.49.4 

62.0 

86.2 

67.2 
84.0 

141.7 
149.3 

72.1 

90.1 

69 
84.9 
92 5 

62.0 

139.2 
72.7 

167.5 
94.7 
58 

76.4 
122.0 




Days. 



68 
25 

47 
66 
68 

94 

38 
36 

24 

37 

30 
44 

79 
60 

56 

34 

27 

41 
29 

35 

64 
67 

66 

48 
30 

38 
61 



THE REPORT OF THE 



RAIN AND SNOW. 



1 the leverftl dirtnetl *i 



DislriolB. 


1 


i 


1 


1 

l,8S 

1,5' 

141 

1 A.-. 
1,7 
3.5 

J ii; 
[ 64 
8,0 
3.0 

2 6B 
1 »H 
2.2 
3.5 

a.at. 
1.6« 

5:1 


S 

in. 

2 69 
3,30 

o!i 

3.16 
2 81 


i 

1-76 
i,97 


i 

in, 

3 00 


t 


•« 


1 


£ 

f 

Z 

Id, 
1 Kl 
2.45 

612 

l.lf. 

1 98 
13.1 
13.8 

1.06 
2,19 
5 
6.0 

1,21 

lois 

8,3 

1,25 
2.13 
8,0 
8.5 


J 

§ 

2,21 
1-68 

12 9 
12.6 

1.26 
1.10 
15.1 

21,4 

1,90 

13 9 
11,5 

2,03 
1 23 

14 8 
14 3 

1-86 
1 33 
14,2 
11,9 


1 


■^•■-{iSii;:::^:::. 


in. 

0.78 


in. 
K 


1.73 
1.29 
6 6 
9.6 

1.24 

O.SG 
19.8 
14 <J 

1.50 

16!4 
10 (3 

l.Wi 
1.03 
10 8 
12.9 

1,60 
I 10 
13,1 
11,9 


1.98 2,^1 22 
2.48 3.66 2.73 


21, !M 

26,20 




16.4 13.1 




0,2 

2,49 

2 93 

l.O 
1.6 

0,49 

3 36 

SI 

1.06 
2,18 
0.1 




JTerth mil end nortA- ' 


a. 26 
2 74 






B"° ■-{mUi:::;::::: 


0.84 
24.4 

27,1 

0.87 
1 16 
18,3 
17.5 

0.56 


O.bB 
13 3 
20.9 

0,00 
1,07 
19.7 
16.2 

000 


'■■" 


2,78 3.00 


23. M 




0-3 

4 S5 

2 8» 










ttntr,- 


I 98 

3,70 


4.15 
2 64 


a.aft2.9( 
2,^6 2.47 


a& 30 












01 

4-37 

3.76 

o.i 

3 BY 

2,88 

o!i 










tatt and mrth eait— 


2.65 
2 68 

2 14 

a,?f 


3,95 
2 86 


2,76 2.74 
2,e4 2,49 








"--■-{lISUi 


ao 9 1 16 2 

20.7 18,1 

581 R 
1,03 91 

18.8 IT-i! 


74,8 


Tht Proniwt- 


1 
3,782781,31 
2 B2'2.63 2,55 
....; ...,0.4 
. 1 ,.07 








»-- ■■-{&i:::-. 


76.3 

















Table V. Montbl; mmmsTy of bciftht 



SUNSHINE. 

»l tbe principal aUttona in Ontario in 1901, ihowltig 
the horizon, the honra of rwUteced BtUBhine, the Mtil rot thB 
ity yeui, 18821901. 



i\i 



S>B ibaTB horiion , , 

•^» {Sli. 

■*"'* U882-0 

^■y VSi 

»>«"•■ {So 

Arerageot five Jiono" 
•'"•<»" b882:6l. 



S7.9 ( 
60.6 I 

71 6136 3114,8 



1465 7 470.9 434,5 376 3 340.2 2J 



;S.7 184.2 

6.2 207.6 
1-7 212,6 



ilS6.6 265 61272-5 



6.9206,2 
7 1 10" ' 



6B.7 115.7 96. 
77.1 109,8 161. 
68. 7| 91,91148 



.91164.6 177 3'se6 6 
.4 214,0 247.0 305 3 
7Ll93.0211.9!e3.8 



9.7l243.8 
8 21208,0 



BUREAU OF INDUSTBIBS. 



TORONTO 0B8ERVAT0BT REQI8TBR 





1901. 


1900. 


1899. 


1898. 


1897. 


1896. 


1S9B. 




+1.18 

-6.47 


46'89 
+2,63 
-4.18 


40°83 
+ 1.48 
-B.19 


47!l6 
+ 2 78 
-..87 


46!93 
+ 1 66 
-6,09 


48.%. 
+0.99 
-6.68 


44.^ 
-9.09 
-8.74 




Higheat temperature 

LnWBBt iBOipersture 

Monthly BodanDualnUKtM 

A verjiee daily range .... 


97.1 
-10 9 
108.0 
lfi90 
43.0 


980 

- 9.6 

107 a 

18 70 

37.6 


931 
-13 9 
IWl 

17,B1 
35.0 


97 1 
-WO 
112.1 

17,48 
34,4 


93,8 
-73 
100.6 
16,21 
36-0 


91.3 
-17,9 

109.2 
17.68 
38.9 


93.4 
-31.3 
I14.« 

17. as 

36.9 




A»e«ge heixht of barometer at 33° Fahr . . 


29.698fl 
- .0211 
80 828 
28S6S 
1.460 


29.8218 
+ .0014 
30.224 

28,802 
1.422 


39.636<4 
+ .0169 
80,408 
28.S67 
1,746 


29.R216 
+ .0017 
30. SIS 
28,730 
1.4S6 


29.6319 
+ ,0120 
80.363 
28,779 
1,674 


20,6382 
+ .0183 
80 422 
as, 734 
1.688 


29.6171 
- .0028 
30.240 

28.746 








.1 


,. 


76 



'§ 


76 



76 
- 1 












ATB7BRB fiBBticlty of aqueoDs vaponr 


0.291 
44.8 


0296 
44.6 


4^:^ 


0.289 
44 1 


0,274 
43,7 


0.3C4 

38.9 


0.S63 
418 


ATerage of ckmdineM 

Differeace (roin avernee (47 yeani) 


61 
.00 


0..7 

- .04 


-'t 


0.68 
- .03 


61 
,00 

NMW 

2 43 
13 33 

61.0 

27,787 

+0671 

110 


0,60 
- ,01 

NMW 
0.76 
8,41 
600 

21,770 

-5,296 

104 


0,67 
- ,04 


*eBn)tant direction of wind 


N til W 
3.99 
10.36 
46.0 


S 88 W 
3,09 
10.67 
44,0 


3 77 W 
2.66 
10.14 
60.0 


N65W 
1.78 
10.12 
6S.0 


S 7H W- 


Ayerspe vplocity (miles ppr hour) 

Highest veluoity in month utd year .... 


5,80 


Total amoaat of rain ID iuobei 


25. SCO 

-186S 

102 


22-130 

-4 936 
99 


35.796 

-1.271 
lOS 


23,800 

-3 366 

98 




niffeience frnra avBrBKB (61 years) 


^,684 






TotaIaii.oan6ofBnowiiiinchee 


+ :i;i6 
64 


74 8 

+ 7 05 

42 


-36! 76 
40 


71 3 


47.4 

-20,16 

48 


73,3 

+ 6.TB 

43 


64.8 
-1376 






Ntl■^*rotf«Id»T« 

Hwnbsr o( daya eomplstel j clouded 


183 


187 
61 


ise 

44 


196 

56 


173 
68 


174 

B6 


196 

48 




2 

201 


8 

224 


10 

226 


7 
210 


3 
179 


18 
194 




pMdbl* to .«e anrora [No, oC nightsj .... 


196 


VjwbH tt boon tatght mDabioe 


19816 
44633 


23011.0 
4463,3 


!J1«,2 
44S3,8 


2128 9 


1987.6 


2I46.T 





THE REPORT OF THE 



RURAL AREAS ASSESSED. 



t V I [. Showii^ by County HDoioipklltiM the nir>l uaa of Ontario m ratnntad by Uanidpal 
> tor 1901 ; alio ths oompantivs tota\i lor the Province for the ten je^n 1893-1901. 



Aoree of usMwd land. 



Algoma 

Bnint 

Oar]>tDD ......".'. 

_ Dnfferin 

' Sundae 

Dnrham 

EWn 

Enex 

Fiontenao .... 

OlenRairy 

QreDTiUe 

Owy 

HaldimaDd 

Halibnrton 

Halton 

HaetingB 

Kent..'!!"'.*.!!.'".; 

LambtoD 

Lennoi & Addingtoi 

LiQDoln 

Manibonlin 

Middlwex . . . . • 

Mnskoka 

NlpJaaioB 

Norfolk .... 

Northnmbeiluid , . . 

Ontano 

.Oxford 

Parry Sound 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Pieeoott 

Prince Edward 

Rtinj River 

Renfrew 

Rtieeell 

SimcTe 

-Stonnont 

Grander Bay 

Viotoria 

WatTloo 

Weiland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 

The Province : 

IPOl... 

7910... 

189) •- 



327,046 

211,777 
8JS.403 
680.635 
363,113 
236,106 
3tlfi.9S6 
435.732 
426.H26 
629,147 
28S617 
263,047 
l,0^9,707 
278,373 
559,846 
224.794 



646,493 
467,241 
431,984 
184,300 
209 624 
749,037 
508,902 
2S2.094 
396,362 
433,606 
493.668 
471,732 
524,966 
1(84.476 
517,411 
661,396 



934,308 
234.184 
942,933 
346.166 
192,002 
566.2»i 
303,909 
219.945 
627,018 



33.781.710 

23,728,063 
22,670,968 
22,492,838 
23,403,060 
23,174,899 
23.131,895 
22,032.799 
31,940.726 
21,923,434 



71,276 
3,778 
8,3H9 



87,026 
1900 
7,937 



2,658 
1,^120 
6,962 



3 721 

68,648 
43,054 



854,463 
840,022 
780,134 1 
899,746 
967,.'<68 
9>7,509 
981,420 
1.006,175 
1,018,554 



365,541 

236.756 
371,9:W 
435.»37 
430.938 
690,408 
288,13* 
271,381 

1,064.479 
280.009 
563,213 
2ai,667 

1.036,126 



644 814 
SW.263 
399.020 
434,926 



S19,819 
571,356 
29l,7M 
232,115 
89.052 
983,663 
2i2,053 
966,612 
348,887 
K*,S60 
699 289 
306,816 
227,714 
627 790 
273,3r- 
5 :6,016 



23,036,178 1.1,436,482 
23,fih8,104 13,297,206 
2:l,4fSl,092 13,111,292 
2:!,392,,'J8-1 12,993.614 
33860.426 12,«5;i.03l 
23,172,408 
23,1 '3.316 
23.03a 974 
22,969.380 
22,886,464 



39.320 
179,87i' 
635,287 
308, V44 
246,814 
156,654 
295,083 
331,118 
285,223 
266,81" 



37 814 
172,6IS 

403,925 
631,985 



164,117 
41,074 

691,176 
61,808 



65,778 
253,787 
425,909 
247.499 



276,077 
249,598 
181.899 
475,626 



12,571,861 
I2426,i<92 
12,292,610 
12,131,664 



42,OR7 
41,561 
36,644 
%,618 

134,386 

234,000 
87,847 
44.897 

186.827 
46,134 

326,008 



8.^,957 
114,806 
213,008 
192.908 
126,676 



222.335 
107.123 
46,S7B 
43,029 
66,406 
410,658 
20,491 
46,418 
198,243 
111,783 
23,833 
79,80" 
462,151 



36,0-17 
40,783 
62.%l 
33,733 
44,382 

6,71P,e72 
7,127,363 
7,149,4t 
7,198,906 
7,294 026 
7,264,167 
7,777,451 
7,859,714 I 



40,309 
8,071 
11,829 
190,697 
16,243 



18,111 
37,738 
161, 117 



S5.S 
78.5 
73.0 
80.8 
11.6 
88.0 
81,9 
43,3 



45.9 
81.3 
79,9 
75 8 
78.7 



3,143,535 66.4 

3,190,396 66.9 
3,200,065 56.6 
3,313,321 66.0 
8,236,390 , 64.7 
2.9U8.872 j 53 8 



M J , 



BUREAU OF INDDSTRlES. 



FALL WHEAT AND SPRING WHEAT. 

: VIII. Showini; by County Municipalities of Ontario the area, prodace and market value of 
crops of Fall Wheat aud Sprin); Wheat for the ye >r 1901, f'seCher with the totali for ttia Provinae 
the past ten years and the average foe the twenty yean 1332-lBJl ; also the avecagaa per >.3ce. 



Dundas 

Dniham 

Bldin 

£>Bei - 

FroDlenui . . . 
Glengarrr . . . 
Granville 

HaJdimand . . 
Halibarton . . 
HsJtDn . ... 
HaatiagB 

Kent 

I^smbtan — 

LieDUOi k Ad . 
Ducoln 
MauitoaliD . 
Middlesex . . 
Moakoka . . ■ 
NipiBsing . . 
.Norfolk --. 
Nortbomb'lnd 

Ontario 

Oxford. .. . 
Parry Sound.. 

Feel 

Parth 

Peterborough. 

Preacott 

Prinoe Edw'rd 

Beofrew 

Bnaaell . 

Simooe 

Stocmont . . . 

Viotoria 

Waterloo ... 

Wdland 

WeUiagtoD . . 
Wentwortb . 

York 

The FrovinoB 





Yifilrt 




uehels. 


per 




,J, 


?ri fl 




361,715' 


m > 




913.470, 


Kih 




10 008 






171,356 


;w 1 




3,096 


?^ n 




133,081 


IM 1 




49.1.37f 


IH J 






l« 1 




18,741 


1K» 










3,68Ji 


13 .U 





19,9221 79D.970 



13.672 


250,198 


IR a 


12.98! 


276.218 


?1 fl 


40.321 


639.B6i 


in H 








22.97; 




IK ti 


47 IM 


1,178.7M 


•'!>{ 








21 


35T| 


17 I 


B,%U 




15 8 



70,%J 1,683,919 28.8 
QnR q OiT 1 K -4 



713.6* 



10 53 2,357 



828,760, 26.0 

S39.264' 9.3! 

4,232 18.4, 

370,990 IS 0, 

l«.sa8 19.0. 

1,207, B42 19.8, 

942.798 16.71 

676.170; 14 6 

33.660, 17.2 

67,872 -- ■ 



15 86, 
in 27 
14 21 1 



13,390l 12 43 

375 14 41 1 

1.773 H 90 

547,804 17 19 

224,363 t) 16 



17.1' 
7-8 



273,101 8.2, 



180.620 
165,381 
181,919 
432,761 10 6l! 
536 n 90| 
360,566 10 91 1 
16 62 



138,0! 



336 1 



592,496 IS 56 
171,756 - - 
366,240 : 



7.021 
47,464 
212,602 



6,780 
119,807 
118,321 
36.3931 



1,610 
11,876 
1.274 



471,081 13 22 34,351 



10,638,4; 
16,617,61 
9.6-il.3( 



yi1.687| 16,94.1229, 17. 

1,068,640, a3,:«9,737| 21 

. 1,049.691 14.439.8271 13 

, 1.048,183 2.1,168.713 24. 

960,322 23.938.(^1 26 

876,966116.078,441 17.2 10,705,693 

743,199 14.155,2821 19.0 9.809,610l 

778,993 iy,612.10a] 31 2 9,081, 8i8l 

913,934 17,646,348, 19.2 10,609 604 

9U'),Bi2 20.493,497. 21.2 14.488,195 

916,820 18.383,774 20 14,450,487, 



147,8. 

14,0t_, .._ 

15,988 14.0 

55,5021 13. G, 

246.1341 14.2 

26,563 13.9 

5,603 IS 

11.923 13.8 

180.726 14.0 

63,594 13,6! 

134.025 

0.340 

39,4t0 

8.873 

17,950 

17.702 

3 625 

3:15.426 

633,319 

7,431 

35.760 

167,438 

20,639 

«.017 



6,2441 1071397 



133,914 
19 315 
599.393 17.6 



6,910,333 
398.726 7.041.317 
389.206! 6.873.785 







IV 21 


3BB.361 






n (w 


330.016 


11 6(1 


356,721 


14 99 


651,302 


16 76 


459,951 



28,013 



12 42 

, 1136 

81.706 8 42 

143,018 11 39 

101,618 9 42 

25,814; 13 43 

190,363! 9 SS 

454 13 36 



0,071 



13 » 



37.075; 9 08 

163,749, 9 49 

17,744 9 29 

3,743. 8 68 

7,9.58 9 23 

120,725' 9 35 

42,481 9 08 



10 83 

12 83 

10 03 

11 82 

8 Vt 
10 69 

9 42 



1,753 
324,064 
366.257 
4.957 
17.208 
111.849 
13,787 
10ii,223 
71.741 



iai,6.i8 9 62 
31,603 10 03 
243,169, 10 66 



83.774 10 83 
12.9U2I 8 81 
400,304 11 Hi 



I 10 26 
I 32 4S 

1 11 74 



17. Ti 3.7Bt),Bria 1 
15.1 3.826,327 1 
13.3' 2,484.611 
" - 2.433,836 ] 
1.869,169 



5,805,073, 12 62 



ir and Thander Bay ia Una a,ix& aaccead^^a^ ^.i^Aaa. 



THE REPORT OF THE 



BARLEY AND OATS. 



jatn mnd the avenge for the twoDtf reus, 1SS3-1901 ; alao the avtragcH per sore. 







Brie,. 








Octt. 






Oonutieiud 




■ 




Ij! 










ii! 


dUtiiot.. 


Aorm. 


BliiheiB. 


Yield 
per 


Market 

vfclue. 


Acre*, 


BueheU 


Yield 
per 
mtxe. 


Uvkot 

Tklne. 










- 


» 0. 








* 


« e. 


A]«oni> 


1,429 


42,870 30.0 


19.391 


18 60 


9,669 


377,0911 39.0 


136,607 


14 11 


iSct 


13,617 


349,9.i7| 26,7 


167,481 


11 67 


23,167 


768,131 33 3 


278,06:1 


13 05 


Bruce 


18.366 


402.HO4 24.6 


181.172 


1107 


94,191 


3,929,.140 Bl 1 


1,060,421 


11 » 


Owletoo'. 


9,068 


22i.704 24 6 


100,3 1 7 


1107 


76,076 


2.262,310 30.0 


816.314 


10 88 


DoHerin 


1&,04G 


413,766 *r.6 


186.191 


12 87 


66.698 


2.243,462 34,3 


812,130 


12 38 


DandM 


S,a09 


76,925' 26.1 


34,166 


11 74 


33,781 


i,0a3,.'>64 30.S 


370,630 


10 97 


I>u.l»in 


as.6&.i 


719. 68(!, 26 3 


323,814 


It 34 


47,316 


1,686,063 33.6 


6r:U8'< 12 IB 


BIffiD 


11,468 


308, 2;0' 36 9 


138 699 


12 10 


47,061 


1,609,347 34,2 


682,547 12 38 


S2BX 


10,381 


280,2H7 


37 


128,1.9 


12 16 


53,426 


1,924,034 36.7 


696,500 13 29 


FFOBtCDM-... 


S,81G 


112.230 


19.3 


60,503 


8 69 


43.636 


1,114.496 26.6 


403,4471 9 27 




4,3MB 


108,77.; 


34 8 


48,948 


11 16 


41.796 


1.274,778 80.5 


^61.470 11 M 


a^^i '.'.'.'. 


8,1.72 


64,620 


32 6 


29.079 


10 13 


32,443 


681.303 91.0 


2J6.H:« 7 80 




33,936 

7,260 


582,649 
li!9,l>fi0 


26 4 
17.8 


262,147 
68,072 


H 48 
8 01 


138,080 
33,400 


4,226,218 30,6 
942,840 29.1 


l,5i9.640 
841,308 


1108 




'SS 




409 


8,916 21,8 


4,012 


9 81 


6 309 


162,772 25 8 


68 934 


34 


HmltoD 


8.809 


321,987, 25.2 


99,894 


11 34 


22,460 


707,1761 81.6 


266,998 


11 40 


HMtiDgB 


2:1,360 


668.U6S: 23.9 


261,139 


10 76 


^,747 


1.727,6441 27.1 


626.371 


981 


HnroaT. 


29,364 


792.fteS 27,0 


^■)6.65l 


12 15 


122.046 


4,210,6871 34,5 


I.624,a3,') 


12 40 


Kent 


i8,i;n 


634,m 29.6 


240.689 


18 28 


61,846 


2,116,317 40.8 


766,746 


U7T 


LuDbton 


20,021 


648,6761 37.4 


246.859 


12 33 


71.913 


2.('96,0.'.9 36,1 


939,773 


18 07 


I^natk 


4,092 


96 162 


28.5 


43,27;( 


10 57 


44.148 


1,214,070 27.6 


439,493 


g 90 


Leeds 


4,362 


92,698 


21.8 


41.714 


9 58 


46,8S6 


l,248.0it9 27.2 


461,813 


985 


Lennox & Ad. 




4r.7,677 


23.0 


205.9f6 


10 36 


41,569 


1,047,287 25.2 


879,118 


9 12 


Lincoln 


a;o33 


SI.3DS 


15 4 


14,089 


6 93 


21,36! 


666,067 26 6 


304,916 


968 






27,669 


31.0 


12.401 


18 96 


6,183 


187,106 36-1 


67.732 


13 07 


Middlei«x.... 


21,518 


602 404 


28.0 


271,082 


12 BO 


92,282 


3,322.162 86 


1,202.819 


13 OB 


Unekck. 


857 


19,711 


33.0 


8,870 


10 35 


11.628 


337,395 28.4 


118.617 


10 28 


Nipluing .... 


3a7 


9,099 


27.0 


4.095 


12 15 


4 6!2 


1.53 913 83.8 


56,716 


13 06 




S,<i92 


124.471 


18.6 


66.012 


8 37 


33,311 


823,9Slf 25 5 


398.363 


028 


Noilbnmbt'ld 


17.683 


429.697 


24 3 


193.364 


10 93 


46.616 


1.898.480 


30 


606,260 


10 88 


Ootano 


29,793 


816,121 


28.4 


380.764 


12 78 


76.111 


2,870,fl6 


37 7 


1,039.127 


13 60 


Oxford 


18;g:s9 


932,069 


28.7 


239,4.<<1 


12 91 


74 791 


2.782,374 


37.3 


1,007.219; 13 47 
137.738! 10 S8 


Pwry Sound.. 


1,023 


24,119 


23 6 


10.854 


10 62 




380 491 


29 6 


Peel' 


2)1,469 


760,122 


26.7 


342,065 


12 01 


40.'83: 


1,461,965 


36.8 


629,231 


12 9* 


Peith 


33,416 


709,475' 80 3 


819:564 


13 63 


98,314 


3.893,234 


39,6 


1,409.361 


14 34 


Peterborough. 


8.633 


206,499 24 3 


. 93,926 


10 89 


41.273 


1,234.0K3 


29 9 


446,781 


10 88 


Pnroott .. .. 


2,723 


63,42.1 23.3 


2'',.'i40 


10 48 


37.70U 


1,006,590 


26.7 


I64,3«6 


9 67 


FrmeeEdward 


15,179 


323,-,13 31.3 


146.491 


9 68 


18,660 


488,128 


26.3 


176,702 


9 53 


Benfnw 


2.787 


66,0t9| 20.1 


25,208 


9 0( 


49.842 


1,280.761 25.8 


463.636 


93* 


BuMell 


2,729 


67.583 21.1 


26,912 


9 49 


23,664 


582,031 


24.7 


210.695 


89* 


Blmxie 


43,460 


l,lS6,45fc 


273 


633,906 


12 28 


96 291 


3,167.974 


32.9 


1,146,807 


11 91 


Btorvont .... 


3,363 


81.118 


34 2 


36.303 


10 89 


27,736 


851.496 


30.7 


308 241 


nil 


Viotorik 


16,148 


4ft(,7 


26.0 


181,665 


11 26 


62.084 


1.881.145 


30 3 


680,975 


10 87 


Wmterloo .... 


19,759 


574.987 


29 1 


258.744 


13 09 


68.443! 2.039.661 




738.867 


12 6S 


Wclland 


2.103 


39,116 


18 6 


17,602 


8 37 


24.367: 660,075 


37 1 


338,947 


9 81 


Wellingtoo... 


33,693 


1,00:1,683 


29 7 


460.307 


13 36 


132,836 4,274,693 


34.8 


1,547.439 13 60 


Wiintwotth ,. 


10,B68 


2,W,905 


34,2 


112.908 


10 89 


33,810 1,162,921 


31,1 


417,357 12 34 


York ; 


44,832 


1,276,475 


28,6 


674,414 


12 87 


88,748 3,667.589 


40,2 


1,291,467 11 » 


The Province : 


















1801 .... 


637,201 


16.781,076 


36.8 


7,642 481 


1184 


2,408,264 78,334.490 


33 6 


28,367,085 11 7T 


IBOO 


iS77,810 


16.909.76 


29 3 


6,677,1*93 


11 38 


2.398,8:(4 89 693.327 


37.4 


23,768.733 9 01 


1890 


490.374 


14,830.89 


30 2 


6,858,102 


11 95 


2,3fi3,778 89,897.724 


38 


24.901,670 10 63 


18B8 


438,78 


12,663,668 


28 9 


4,812.194 


10 97 


3.!t76,a60 86,86S,293 


36 6 


22.409,410' 9 4S 


189T 


461,616 


U,lf2l,17< 


366 


3,216,880 


7 19 


2,432,491 86,318.128 


35,6 


19,502,8971 8 02 


1896 


462,79' 


12,669,744 


27 4 


4,003,839 


865 


2,426.107 82.979.992; 34 2 
2,873.309 84,s97,56fil 3,5.7 


16,53&,!t9H 6 M 


1896 


178,016 


12,1 90,60 


26,3 


4,»i4.665 


10 22 


31,646,1192 10 a» 


189* 


486,26 


10,980,40 


2i.8 


4:447;064 


9 16 


2.843,766170,172,516 30.0 


21.613,1351 9 28 


1893 


487.311! 


9.816,08 


21.0 


:i,93i,341 


8 4 


1,936,614 68.?.84,&29 20.3 


19,450.(64 10,04 


189i 


499,22E 


13,274, 3 W 


24 6 


6,069,293 


10 IE 


1,861.469| 64,768.053| 34.8 


19,915,480| 10171 


1883-1901 


621,083 


16,226,087 


26,1 


7.792,218 


12 6B 


1,977,66^ 


^ 68.820,032 


34,8 


21,668,57 


! 10 91 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



PEAS AND BEANS. 



bowing by Conoty Muniaipatitiei of Octario, the ai 
la and Beans for the year 1901, toexCher with Ihe to 
IB Kveiage for the twenty years, 1882-1901, alao the bt 



IS, produBB and e 
ols ror the Pmvii 
rages par acre. 



AIkoiqii 

Bnint 

Oar'eton 

Vuiforia 

rnndaa 

Durhim 

Elgin 

Fruntenac 

Glengarry 

erenvjllg 

Grey 

Haldimond 

HalitniTtoD 

HKlton 

HuCiDga 

Kant ."..'....'. 
LambtoD 

Leeds."!!."!! 
LaaDDi A Add. 

Liaadn ., 

Uanitoulin 

Uiddtoei 

Utulcnka 

Klpimlng' 

KorfJlc 

NoritiDinb'rrDd 

OnUrio 

thtrord 

Parry Sound . . 
Piwl 

Perth 

Peterboiougb . . 

Fresoott 

Prinoe Edward, 

Renfrew . , 

Rnaiell 

Simooe 

SbiUDonl 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

WellJDgtoD 

Wentworth - . . 

YMk 

M.PrDTiQoe : 



22.1.18(1 
19,783 
3.6)4 
9.94S1 
2X,S20, 

63 691' 
1.2 HI 

ai.199 
913B 



168.817 : 

479,268 : 

348,216 : 

44,778 : 

m,3i9 ■ 

271,808 

23.374 : 

921.785 ■ 



601724 10,089.17.^ Ifi.7 

661,693 14,058,1981 21.2 

743,131)1 15,140,7901 20 4 

8eh,9-.l' \S 6ai,283, 16 6 

S96 73S 1^.867,093 16.6 

829,601 17.493,148 21.1 

799 963 16,Bfi-<,l03 19..5 

786,11071 14,022 888 17 9 

738,7411 14.1flS,BB5 19 3 

774,733 14,494,430 18 7 



irket value thA^^H 
B for ths put tMt^^^H 



18,4501 13 B 
l23,Utt| 13.7 
192,943 13.3 



17».8S9 ■ 

65,748 : 

30,917 31.5 

63,705 11,4 



33,0Bi 1 

11.963 1 

665.1(3 1 

145,161 1 

13.018 

79.692 
126.B93 

387,883 1 

37,440 1 

67,390 1 

93,245 1 

2H.461 ] 

57!S40 _ _., 
66,281 12 n 
117,438 10 39 
36 403 11 75 
20,IS9 14 01 
33,069 7 i 
251.3351 10 06 
347.832 12 OS 
77."3S 11 23 
47.679 13 91 
103,703 10 91 
312,961 14 17 
227,3851 11 49 
29,240 i" "" 
93,316 9 27 
]77,4Bll ' "' 
14,610 10 77 
60L.913 11 2~ 
14,1461 II 3 
325,6401 10 84 
88,1981 9 66 

382!657| 11 76 



171,31 



44,053| 
40,485| 
45,220 
60.6911 



8,631,320 10 6< 
7,516,868 9 6' 

7,6=>1,3;i6 10 36 

8,651,7111 11 01 



2,751 
6.87i 
89,946 



6,216 16 2 

1,647, 13.0 

112 16 

976, 10.0 

6,015; -~ ' 



7,095 
3,173 
3,183 



3,691 

834,132 
830,373 
651,009 
769.657 
981,3401 . 
l,197.6-T6 ■ 

"837!5nl 
661,310 
636,9311 



's^ 

t i « .. 

2S1 18 76 

G.0S6 18 60 

701 31 36 

4,910 26 00 

1,225 25 00 

- ■■! 21 00 



8,7 If 

112,131 1 

18,635 : 

6,058 i 

2,826 '. 

6)620 



21 25 



20 S3 



20 21 



16 35 

30 00 
20 00 
18 75 
!6 00 
663,968 17 88 
23,171 23 60 
3,688 S3 60 
7.30O B5 00 
e,0M) 20 00 
4,120 20 00 
187 18 75 
30,116 34 76 
■ - 20 76 



66 1 



76 



25,785 22 5i 

13,933 31 OU 

3,400 30 00 

11,691 27 IS 

1,225 36 OO 

1,733 17 60 

375 26 00- 

1,198 17 88 

5,147 i n 88 

8,8S9| 20 63 

3,966 16 38 

2.729 33 13 

3,366! 31 60 

1,950 26 00 

4,080 20 00 

6,486 23 76 

16,61* 17 76 

337 23 76 

1,360 20 00 

4,489 23 76 

1,030,153 19 19 

817,912 IS 67 

703.090 17 87 

631,760 11 7i; 

639,834 13 6r> 

819,111 11 9 



p-l90l 719,300| 14,075,531 



913,575 IS 4 ■ 
78;i,8;l6 16 . 
539,500 15 i ■ 



26 



THE REPORT OF THE 



No. lis 



RYE AND BUCKWHEAT. 

Table XL Showing by County MunicipalitieB of Ontario, the area, produce and market value of the 
crops of Rye and Buckwheat for the year 190T» tof?ether with the totals for the Province for the past 
ten years, and the average for the twenty years, 1882-liK)l ; also the averages per acre. 



Counties and 
districts. 



Rye. 



Algoma 

Brant 

Bruce ........ 

Oarleton 

Dufferin 

Dandas 

Durham 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grehville . .... 

Grey 

Haldimand .... 
Haliburton .... 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds 

Lennox & Add. . 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin .... 

Middlesex . 

Mufikoka 

Nipissing 

Norfolk 

Northumb 3rland 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Parry Sound . . . 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Presoott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Russell 

Simcoe 

Stormont 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth .... 

York 

The PrDvince : 

1901 

1900 

1899 

1898 

1897 

1 896 

1895 

894 

^93 .' 

1892 

1882.1901.. . . 



Acres. 



152 
3,216 

866 

727 
4,442 

719 

10.007 

2,722 

1,610 

4,765 

307 
1,594 
1,700 
4,914 

299 

749 

11,636 

1,433 

654 

743 
1,341 
2,384 
6,485; 
2,583 

105 

740; 

254 

58 

10,638 

17,033 

6,799 

2,331 

330 
7,010 

123 
4,741 

131 

12,380 

3,022 

186 
6,967 
16 
3,863; 
1,900 
2,.S29 
1.773 
3,485 
6,376 

158,236 

142,213 

137,824 

165.089 

187,785 

148,680 

120,350 

90,144 

68,486 

73,073 



Bushels. 



Yield 

per 

acre. 



2,736; 

53,691 

15,242, 

11,777, 

93,726 

12,654 

148,104 

46,546 

27,370 

71,952 

7,675 

28,054, 

25,500' 

74,101 

6,681 

11,984 

188,503 

24,934 

12,818 

13,597 

27,625 

37.190 

101.816 

38,487 

1,995 

16,280 

3,785 

986 

144,677 

227,242 

•121,702 

32,634 

5 776 

129.685 

2 460 

84,390 

1,507 

181,986 

65,568. 

3,162 

114,259i 

227| 

59,476 

35,150, 

88,196 

30,318 

60,988 

101,069 

2,545.268 
2,357,635 
2,284,846 
2,673,234 
3,382.005 
2,230.873 
1.900,117 
1,386,606 
9H4,77l 
1,132,604 



18.0 
16.7 
17.6, 

16 2 
21.1 
17.6 
14.8 
17.1 
17.0 
15.1 
26.0 
17.6 
16.0 
15.1 
19.0 
16.0 
16.2 
17.4 
19 6 
18.3 
20.6 
16.6 
16.7 
14.9 
19.0 
22.0 
14.9 

17 



13 

13 

17 

14 

17.5 

18.5 

20 

17.8 

11.6 

14 7 

18.1 

17-0 

16.4 

14.2 

16.4 

18.5 

16.4 

17.1 

17.5 

18.8 

16.1 
16 6 
16.6 
16.2 
18 
15.0 
15.8 
15.4 
14 6 
15.5 



116,<12 1,885.998. 16.2 



Market 
value. 



Q) (O M 

eB 4 IM 



1,349 
26,470 

7,514 

5,806 
46,207 

6,238 
73,015 
22 947 
13,493 
85,472 

3,784 
13,831 
12,571 
36,532 

2,801 

5.908 
92,932 
12,293 

6.319 

6,703 
13,619 
18.335 
50,195 
18,974 
984 

8,026 

1,866 

486 

71,326 

112.030 

69,999 

16,089 

2,847 
63,935 

1,213 

41,604 

743 

89,719 

32,320 

1,659 
56,329 
112 
29„S21 
17,329 
18.831 
14.947 
30,067 
49,827 

1,254.817 
1,143,453 
1,142,423 
1,162,857 
1,275,016 
816.500; 

866; 453; 

612,880. 
472,516 
631,937; 



$ c. 
8 87 
8 23 
8 68 

7 99 
10 40 

8 68 

7 30 

8 43 
8 38 

7 44 
12 33 

8 68 
40 
44 



7 
7 
9 37 



7 
7 



89 
99 



8 58 



9 
9 



66 
02 



10 16 



7 
7 
7 
9 



69 
74 
35 
37 



10 85 

7 35 

8 38 
6 70 
6 61 
8 82 

6 90 

8 63 

9 12 
9 86 
8 78 
5 67 

7 25 

8 92 
8 38 

8 09 
7 00 

7 59 

9 12 

8 09 
8 43 

8 63 

9 27 

7 93 

8 04 
8 29 



04 
79 
49 
20 
80 
6 90 
8 65 



7 
6 
5 
7 
6 



Buckwheat. 



Acres. 



973,971 8 37 



84 

1,452 

681 

3,252 

733 

2,186 

2,613 

3,541 

692 

1,464 

1,231 

3,213 

2,267 

647 

201 

170 

4,313 

820 

853 

323 

3,249 

3,693 

3,507 

433 

66 

1,040 

151 

15 

7,802 

6,155 

3,804 

1,218 

109 

914 

193 

1,839 

1,366 

4,853 

789 

767 

4,988 

2,664 

2,305 

412 

1,671 

1,043 

1,158 

1,434 

88,266 
102.570 
132,082 
150,394 
151,669 
145,606 
135,262 
145,2H8 
133,828 
125,104 

100,117 



Bushels. 



2,100 
28,750 
18,620 
59.512 
18,326 
45,906 
52,260 
69,758 
13,840 
25,766 
33,237 
61,047 
54,408 

9,705 

3,590 

3,570 
78,497 
17.712 
15,354 

7,235 
59.457 
75,337 
70.140 

7.664 

1,650 
23,712 

2,697 

240 

141.996 

118,176 

79,884 

27,770 

2,289 
14,624 

3.850 
34,757 
24,661 
78,133 
12,782 
13,806 
104,748 
69,228 
50,710 
12,360 
26,402 
27.118, 
22,928j 
35,850 



1,757,071 
1,874,261 
2,203,299 
2.373,645 
3,464,186 
2,603,669 
2,791,749 
2,534,335 
1,380,466 
2,521,214 

1,932,144 



Yield 

per 

acre. 



26 
19.8 
20.0 
18.3 
25 
21.0 
20.0 
19.7 
20.0 
17.6 
27.0 
19.0 
24.0 

16 
17.6 
21.0 
18.2 
21.6 
18.0 
22.4 
18 3 
20 
20 
17 
26.0 
22.8 
17.2 
16.0 
18 2 
19.2 
21.0 
22.8 
21.0 
16. 0; 
20 0; 
18.9, 
18.2 
16.1 
16.2 
18.0 
21.0 
27.0 
22.0 
30 
15.8 
26.0 
19.8; 
25.0 

19.9 
18.3 
16.7 
16.8 
22 8 

17 9 
20.6 
17.4 
17.8 
20.2 

19.3 



Market 
value. 



49 O 

<P o (^ 



1,016 

13,915 

6,692 

28,804 

8,869 

22,218 

25,294 

33,763 

6,699 

12,471 

16,087 

29,547 

26,333 

4,697 

1.738 

1,728 

37,993 

8,673 

7,431 

3,502 

28,777 

36,463 

33,948 

3,709 

799 

11,477 

1,257 

116 

68,726 

h7,197 

38,664 

13,441 

1,108 

7,078 

1.868 

16,822 

11.936 

37,816 

6.186 

6,682 

60,698 

33.606 

24,544 

6,982 

12,779 

13,126 

11.097 

17.351 

850,422 
819,052 

1,002,501 
906,732 

1,039,256 
794, I 19 I 

1,027,364. 
993,450 
995,031' 

1,063,952 





S^S. 


$ c. 


12 10 


9 58 


9 68 


8 86 


1210 


10 16 


9 68 


9 53 


9 68 


8 52 



13 07 
9 20 

11 62 

7 26 

8 52 
10 16 

8 81 

10 45 

8 71 

10 84 

8 86 

9 87 
9 68 
8 67 

12 10 

11 03 
8 32 

7 74 

8 81 

9 29 

10 16 

11 03 
10 16 

7 74 
9 68 
9 16 

8 81 
7 79 

7 84 

8 71 
10 16 

13 07 
10 65 
14^52 

7 66 

12 58 

9 68 
12 10 

9 63 



7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
7 
6 
7 



98 
59 
03 
86 
45 
60 
84 
44 



850 



767,830 7 67 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



BLB XII. Sbowia^byCDantyMnoici 



Algoma 

Bnat 

Oacleton' '. 

Dnfferiii 

Dnndu 

Dnrhun 

Blgin 

Frontenu — 

Glengur; 

Grenvilla — 
Gr«y 

Haldiinnid . . ■ 
HBlibilltan ... 

H&ltOD 

SMtUlgS . ... 

Kent 

I«mtiton 

Ijennox b. Add. 

Lincoln 

U^itonlin . . . 

' lliddleaei 

UuBkoka I 

NipUxine 

Noifolk 

Northamberland 
OntKcio 

Fury Sound . . 

Peul 

Penh 

FeteibocaaRb . 

Froseott. 

Frinoe Edward 

Renfrew 

RuHfell 

Simcoe 

3toimoiit . . , . 

Viotoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington ... 
Wenttrorth ... 

Terk 

•Hw Ptovince : 

1901 

IBOO 

1899 

189S 

1897 

189B 

1896 

1894 

1893 

1892 

1892-1901... 



Ill 
S,136 
2,180 
28,636 
&4,S83 
3,679 
1,133 
3,S91 

766 
3.522 

141 

7",36i 
1,984 
B7.a.H9 
19,088 



2,798 
1S,0I2 



3l7,6fl7 
308.92!) 
2H7.34B 



M8,&) 

73,B( 

61,100 

4,480 

206,910 

183,-* 

2,405, 

5, 614. 

163,477 

87,980 

2J7,71B 

32,938 

239.496 

6.340 

112.770 



1,6B4,304 

105,7921 

442,126 

324,918 

581,8161 

3,350 

1,512,929' 

8,6141 

1,660 

1,468,324 

338,062 

221,042 



99,680 

88|963 
616,330 



34,8:18,105 
27,093,661 
31,673.234 
23.442,503] 



16.275,352 
14.072 B61 
11,229,498 



21,218,0671 72,2 



Cam for biId and fodder. 



^■- (.'S-,. 



1,083 19 00 
170,562i 27 36 
27.930 28 50 
19,418 33 80 
1,702 IB »i 
78,828 26 08 
02,130 28 60 
914,0611 31 92 
2,145,032 3;i OR 



12,617 111 34 

91,009 26 84 

2,4111 17 10 

42,363 34 20 

156,012 21 28' 
50,613 1 

1,781,8161 30 78 

602,036 3) 64 

40,201 r" "" 



72.01 213,190 



211,145 i 
7.488 . 
13,483 17 10 
40,664! 23 94 
37.8591 20 62 
3.612; 18 21 
33, BOS 25 OS 
234.305 24 70 



124,710 



4,711.961 
4.858,808 
4,717,987 



46,346 
39,404 
124,439 



42,413 

35.604 
13,880 



61,9 
19,916 

2,016 
38,094 
68,139 
94,178 
23,791 
31,781 
76,674 
103,303 
36.582 
19.167 

2,296 
93,3£2 

2,300 



42.138 
105.612 
41,048 
24,248 
39,442 



10.( 

52,0211 13,i 

70,819 14.t_ 

33.810 12 86 

74,300 14.08 

13,762 7 67 

68 988' 13.10 

65,969 13, 

U5.610J 13,73 

2,359,514' 11.92 

2.147.632 11,94 

1,897,7661 9.87 

2,128.0731 11,20 

3,869,832 13 77 

1,948,780! 10,89 

l,77B,654l 11.85 



l,04e,7f 



3-3 u 



1,738 
92,490 
78.806 
243,878 



26.760 14 00 
117,868, 27 32 
137.9701 30 00 
198,730, 20 ,32 
103.816' 23 SO 

89,832 17 64 
4,033 28 00 

76,188 20 72 
136,278 19 88 
188.358 24 58 

47,682 14 52 

63,e62i 16 60 
153.S18I 26 00 
204,606 ~" "" 

73.164 



136,6' 



214,704 

2,340 

84,276 

211. — 



24 Oi 



29 66 

30 00 

23 76 
,__ _ 36 64 
,096i 28 00 
48,4S6 26 60 
78,SS4 17 60 



67.620 25 73 

148,800, 38 16 
27,604 16 34 
U7.97S 24 20 
111,938 3D 88 
231,0201 27 48 

4,71'9,028 33 8t 

4.295.084 23 89 
3.306,6101 10 75 
4.266,148 32 41 
6,339,644 26 fiS 
3.897,660 21 78 
8,661,308' 23 89 
2,099,630! 18 86 
3,099.0181 31 90 
1.897,814 20 76 

3.656.085 22 56 



is 323,783 aeren, ttia viisput* ->'S>-^-- 



Ui 



THE REPORT OF THE 



POTATOES AND CARROTS. 

iBLi XIII. Showiag b 

theoropa of Potnbm »iu_ ,_. ^ , ._„ __. ,„. „„ ».„•■„, 

put ten j»tn and tha areikge for tbs tweutj jeftn, 188J-1901 . klao the average] rer aore. 



Algoma 

Bnmt 

■ Brnoe 

■O-rletin 

Boff^rin 

DaDdaa 

Durham 

Elgin 

Evex 

VroDtcoao 

Gleoiiarry 

QreDTille 

Grey 

Haldimand 

HalihartoD 

Hattnn 

Hantil^l 

Eeot .'..'.'.'.'..'.'. 
Iiambtan 

LeedB .'.'.'.'.'-'.'.'. 
Lennoift Add.. 

Manitoalia . . . 

Midillfux 

Moaknka 

Nip'«'ing 

N«.f.ilk 

N' TtbuD^berland 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Pmttj Scmnd . . . 

Peel 

P«rth 

Peterborough . . . 

Pr-«oott 

Prince Edward . 
R*nf row . ... 

Bnw>eU 

Simcne 

Sbwoinnt 

Wat^tlno! '.'.'.". 

W^l'ind 

WriHbgtfn .... 

'Vsntworth 

York 
'Ch» Pmvi 



1901.. 
1900 

ISM. 
1098 



1.0-101 137.650 



5B6,6M6 
63.1. S24 
433,390 
110.0r6 



2,0011 
2.S:t7| 
2,90Bi 
3,493 
3,9171 
2,49S 
2,M40 
0,9931 
1,448, 



6,123 
4,446 

3,at7 

1.1T9 
3,<190 
3.1791 



1.138 
7.968 

3,079 
S.OHl 
3 L41 

0,M0 
8,467 

8,6tl8 



306.44S; 106 

209.ft80 60 

8S9,02S| 84 

234,630 94 

262,760 89 

934.1KIS ina 

113,944 78 

60,7211 87 

166,990, 96 

721,636' 133 

698,040 140 

241 293 69 

369.:<0i; 104 

33tlfiS| 117 

330,203 107 

447,219 111 

180,1411 93 

90.4S0 166 

626,890 110 

177.840 isa 



1,169,091 
247,401 
404.186 
442,881 
207,3«0 



801,424 



104,106 18.116,637 

16.1,704 2I,476,+H9 

ll»,l4e 19.93 

169,916 14,8' 

169,833 16,10 \7fl7 

178,966 21,;««477 

184 6)7 29.390,884 

167 263 17,163,130 

142 601 12.911,211! 

145.703 12,289,8171 






184, 98 61 77 
46,HH3 23 43 
157,n:l C5 38 
130,119, 44 73 
89.281 26 66 
140.166 36 78 
S9 9 Ol 40 04 
107,676 37 91 
398.271 66 16 
4S.tl4 33 23 
21,607 37 06 
66,462 40 47 
.307,W0 56 66 
262,635 69 64 
102 7911 29 S9 
10T.33:<| 4t 30 
142,349 49 84 



190,616 47 59 

76,740 39 62 

38,619 70 29 

267,0rJ) 46 86 

76,76" 64 76 

67,fis8 73 70 

1W1.6I2 Sh 78 

294.621 67 61 

S48.06- 5.'> 81 

17i.07li 66 66 

84,881 71 99 

141.470 88 84 

222,098 69 86 

164.417 60 49 

110,874 62 40 

94.013 44 30 

160,7 '6 44 73 

41,6S2i 36 64 

498 atn 62 62 

106,393 60 69 

171,318 67 61 

lBK.«fi7 60 07 

88 336 34 61 

31fl,V86| 63 06 

163,468 47 29 

362,707 41 76 

7.717.687' 60 06 
6,fi06,S5li 34 23 
6.63B.H4I 38 88 
e,3:<2,lfi4| SI 26 
6,424,218 S7 94 
6,6«2,ft'<6 81 19 
6,936 959' 32 16 
6,1176 74s 86 33 
6 009.929 SB 76 
6,194,068 42 M 



109,960 18,672,661 116 7,313,397 46 72 



18,300 300 

6O,PB0 386 

177.242 401 

711.264 S68 

71.640 3fi0 

38.487, 281 

67.155 3G;! 

r0,960| 378 

32,713 188 

66.200 260 

48,200' 300 

46.6i^0| 3'0 

130.240 820 

18.9b0| 251 

8,6241 ItfS 

31,678 3:17 

119,340 S06 

109,292 8.^ 

29.719 268 

67,8241 314 

42,699 331 

49,232 272 

47,96Fi 296 

34,010l 368 

14.400' 300 

93,673, 331 

16,876 221 



f6,724 
182 320 
111384 

37,606 

31,623 
105,996 

66,6;« 
116,168 



174 

300 

164..')07 331 

56.785 277 

84.788 461 

130 OSO 460 

10,769 203 



I9,7S8 



, _ ., J9.967 347 
320 8,41)9.123 336 

,674,035 

,318,861 



4,581,373 352 

3,716,140 333 

1 2,9?1,450 320 

3,827.3611 386 

10,793 3,769,913 849 



Market "if » S 



S I • c 

3,2871 37 Bl 

6,956 48 11 

S2.1B5I 60 IS 

9,632 44 76 

8.956 46 00 

4.S12 :J6 13 , 

8. 394 4S 38 

6,994 46 SI 

4,069 38 D» 

7.0311 SL 30 

0,400 87 60 

S 819 43 70 

16.280, 40 00 

3,3»S 81 60 

1,078] 34 00 

S,9'0l 43 II 

14,917 I " " 



1,917 88 30 

I.MV 44 60 

J,7l6l 32 88 

8,478; S9 SO 

6,338 41 88 

6,164' 3(00 

6,996 38 IS 

4,251 44 TS 

1,800 37 M 

11,709 41 B8 

3,109 38 11 

66.1 87 00 

10,840 36 00 

28.790 03 00 



1S,93.'< 



13,260 

8.198 
18 271 
4,430 
8,863 
9;980 
2.775 
20,663 
7.098 
10.M9 



66 30 
41 IS 

47 6S 
61 7S 



31 7> 
37 M 
41 BS 

SI 63 

66 SB 
06 36 
SO 38 
50 60 



12,473 I 
6,434 4« es 
21,186 03 6« 



399,996 
4<3 640 
409.204 



42 02 
38 62 

43 42 

46 09 
46 81 



464,618 41 63 



BUREAU OF INDUSTBIE8. 



MANQEL-WUEZELS ANP TURNIPS. 

4 B L K X r V. Showing by Connty MuQiciralities of Ontario, tto srea, producB and market value of tbe 
oropit of Manuel Wurzeln aod Turnipa Im the year 1901, t"Keth«r with the taUla for the Ptovinee for 
tbe p^Bt ten years and the average far the twenty yeira. 1882-1901 ; aUo tbe averages per aore. 



Mangel-WmEela. 






Algonia 

Bnmt 

Carlstun 

ThiSerin 

Duodaa 

Daiham 

Elgin 

Fnnten^ '.'..'. 

Olengarry 

Grenville 

Gr«r 

Haldinuuid -.. 
HklitinrtaD ■ . . 

Haltoa 

Haatingn 

Kent .'...'.'.'.'.'. 

Lsmbtan 

I>.nark 

Lennox & Add . 

Linooln 

Manitinlin .... 

Middl«ex 

MDikoka 

NipiBiina:. . 

Nott..lk... 

Northoinberland 

Oatuio 

Oxford 

Putj Sonod . 

Pb«1 

Perth 

Petorhorontth 
PreacotC ... 
Frinoa Ed iratd . 

Eanf rew 

Rninell 

Himooe 

HbDimont. .-, ., 

■Waterloo .... 

Wdland 

WaliinRton .. 
Wantwoith , . , 

York 

The f rovinoe 
1901 .... 

, 1900.. . 

I 1S99 ... 

Iisas.... 

ItSBT ... 

tme ... 

|3B96 .., 

11894... 
L189S... 



17,100 
702.693 

1,240,785 
S89,H44 
284.692 
96,040 

1,067,()B5 
ti49.'l8'I 
24;<,9DI 
109.200 
122,8'.0 



250.&12 
78U6;i8 
190,734 
232,0m) 
1M,604 
192,6911 

11.700 
1,353,8581 

21,9001 



1,055 
2,467| 
3,154 



,810,390 574 

ai.020 470 

46 1.1 HO 4^8 

2,213.703 f03 

512,213 B33 

99,600 400 

133,7^ 414 

138,53! 236 

112,880 3(0 

1,3 17, MS, 482 



1.920 1,062,160 
4,3«0: 2,206.1601 

61,093 29RS\324, 
64.513] 24.728,Bi6l 
63,401 20,89H,3R7| 
47.923 21,957,664' 
41,176 IS, 103.387 
86,101 18,849,4011 
34,363, 15,961.603 
27.670' 11.632,[27 
21.519 8,682,588 
22,026 10,350,474 



60B 



99,263 40 40 

47.196, 45 13 

22,7671 42 24 

7,6*3| 27 44 

84,612 43 2H 

51,9.i9! 40 72 

19,512' a;i 68 

8.73S 28 00 

9,828 36 DO 



634 16 88! 

61,443 41 60 

3(1.2711 28 72 

207.7111 42 88 

20.1)41 24 66 

62,631 34 m 

15,3i9 80 64 

ia.n<!Oi 29 81 

12,3601 28 48 

15.416 34 72 

9;i6 24 GO 



6 04 



107,167, 43 41 
144,833 46 92 
2,481 37 60 
36,8931 39 04 
177,0961 40 24 
40.9771 43 64 
7,9Sa 32 00 
10,698' 33 It 



10^384 
7,080 
73.19(1 




176,4; 

486 {2.374,666 3S 87 

153 11,978.282 36 27 

1,871,871 31 31 

1.756,605 36 65 

1,44^,271 35 17 

1,317.962 37 34 

1,276.920, 87 14 

923.570 K 34 

686,605 31 '" 

828,038 37 69 

1,066.113 35 48 



206,260 375 

1,920,786 498 

4,2-0,644 601 

' 863,569 463 

2,2K7,064 444 

77,392 343 

2,706,259 487 

229,190 633 

33,800 200 

216,016 372 

148.987 383 



..1,600 
12,230 5,833 710 



34,800 
62 083 
419,7 7 
179,03a 
103.860 
148,870 
109,550 
910,608 



79 500 
506,311 
2,336 022 
6.069. 4H3 
3,601,066 
419,383 
1,745 83 " " 
6,037 2,76 
2,396 1,111 



15,636 
2,866 
7,646 



477 



262,030 310 

4,313.213] 467 

62,66N| 343 

3,200,824 4H 

8,179,8i6 490 

8:l,203l 291 

8,482,666 646 



1&1.80B1 63,496 703] 418 

147,657 61.691,487 418 

136.6041 56 075,3551 417 

129,627163,641,641 490 

126,0111 63,203.866 422 



226,706 44 40 
7,729 34 20 
370.626 48 7D 
22,9191 &a 30 
3,380 20 00 
21,602 37 30 
14.8991 38 30 
.5,160, 30 00 
683,i'7l, 47 70 
5.041] 27 70 
4.S.'(3' 25 30 
79,5i7 41 20 
89 624 37 80 
426,517 46 10 
3,480 SO 00 
6,208 34 30 
41,972 35 30 
17.903 32 20 
10,3851 31 00 
14.837 40 ID 
10,9551 S3 00 
94.0611 42 60 
20,898 32 aO 
7,950, 60 00 



350,106 
41,938 
83,411 

276,495 

111654 
6,470 
6,662 
24.877 
25.903 

431.321 



83 70 
86 70 
39 90 



220,082 41 40 

317 986 49 60 

8,^20 29 40 

848,266 M GO 

148.459 61 80 

315,423 41 80 

6,828,747' 46 80 
6,93.1,010 37 90 
6,807.839 37 86 
6,472.788 42 70 
8,829.715 45 73 
6,981,4841 47 10 
6.349,670 4t 89 
6,16<4,449l 41 78 
6,607 .S-Wl 41 71 
6,364,164 49 01 

6,320.2861 an 



THE REPORT OF THE 



3 AY AND OLOVER-ALL FIKLD CE0P8. 



II aF Ontario, the area, produoe and markeb lalne of 
bngethet witb the totals lor the Froiince [or the pRBtten 
It alBO showe the 
d CTOpB enumeiated in Table VllI-XV. 



Couutiea 
districts. 



Algoma 

Braot 

Carleton.. 

Dofferin 

Dnadaa 

Durham 

EIkId 

glengarry 

Greuville 

Qrey 

Haldimand. 

Haliburton 

Halton 

HaRtiaga 

Kf lit. '.'.".'." "-'.'.'.'. 
Larobtoa 

LeoDoi k AddiD(!ta: 

Maoitonllnl '.'.!...! 

Middleaeic 

Mush oka 

Nor™t^; '!.!".!!! 
Noithumherland.. . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Farry Soood 

Pral 

Perth 

Petorboroogh 

Praacott 

Prince Edward 

Keutrew 

RniBell 

Sitncoe 

StormoDt 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland. 

WelliogtoD 

Wpntworth 

York 

The Prorinee: 

IfiOl . . . 

1900... 



13,433 

42,021 
.'■.4,(167 
B6.964 
62,52S 
34,9G0 
34.T4H 
76.382 
42,HI1 



37,& 

8B,694 

36,482 

47, 166 

43,078 

45,517 

88,096 

41.2B9 

69,138 



121.741 1 
123,766: 
1M,249 



77,739 
92,165 
95,700 
128.182 



161.216 
7fl,917' 
130,8G7| 



33,045 



3,498,705 
4,399,063 
3,811,618 



2,463, 50» 
2,341,488 

2,426,711 2,'i60 

2,537,674' 1.819, 

2,578,943 3,675.200 

2,766,891 4,963,657 

2,615,3^7 4,384,838 

3,405,639 3,376,786 



Maiket 
Market value 



601,487 

491,;iB7 

861,494 

661,433 

936.987 

838.127 

616,684 

1,691.691 

747,992 

146,7861 

396,496 

1,243.463 

1,365,627 



1,038^699! 15 34 
n.'i9,503, 14 70 



11.135 14 78 



630,612 
797,330 
665,f95 
533,892 



123,180 
329,756 
192,616 
167,87 
93.066 
201.608 
208.888 
207,873 



Mnket 
Market Value 
value, per 



170,006 
226,866 
265',0I9 
243,144 



194,662 
120,077 
336,165 
148,196 



8,701,705 
8.511,444 
8,321,173 
8,327,163 



570,049 
1,886,922 
4,684,470 
2,974,745 
3.643, 29-i 
1.438,6^6 
2,740,282 
8,334, H9 4 1 
4,(182,010 
1,935, !:t6 1 
1,776,576 
1,399,411 
5,957.613 
1,767,830' 

273,6111 
1,483,424 
3,379,340 



373 816 
4,869,994 
626,819 
284,839 
3,189,701 
3,106,l.'i8 



1,569.441 
2,474,635 
916,577 
6,143.261 
1,363,417 
2,744,129 
3.149,168 
1,422.834 
6,531,711 
2,144,394 



16 16 

16 16 

14 21 

15 45 
15 14 
15 46 
13 59 
15 92 
19 68 

13 86 
15 68 
14Sft 

14 21 

11 40 
1187 
13 16 ~ 

13 M 
U 34 

17 96 

14 78 
14 61 

14 78 
13 09 
13 S3 
13 28 

15 0& 

12 31 

15 67 

13 SB 
13 6» 

16 11 

16 TI 
IS Sfr 
13 73 

17 OO 

13 8a 

14 sr 
isee 
ise» 

14 31 

IB 09 
14 98. 

14 U 

leu 



128.325,648 14 81 

114,768,761 13 05 

105.771,321 13 08 

110,528.9471 13 61 

106,952.471 12 29 

88,900.1361 10 44 

99.665,8951 11 98 

94,065,392 11 4S 

J,054,612i 101,886,567, 12 60 

8,080,206 110,562,493 13 68 

8,006,200 111,167,735 13 89 



l-L 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



RATIOS OF AREAS UNDER CROP. 

Tabir XVI. Sbowing by Coantf Mnnicipalrtjfs oF Onliftrio ths aQmber al oorea under the vkriaiu oro] 
in 1!I01 per 1.000 acres uf cleared land ; toother wuh the Bverage for the PiovJDce for the psat b 
jesTH «nd the averaRs o( the twenty yearn 1882-1901. 



fbaotlea and districca. 



Oarl-tnn... 
I)aSsriii, . . 

l^nrhaBi , . , 
EIiHd.... 



TroDtenao 

Glefiftarry 

Srsnville 

Gwy. 

Haldimand , . . 
BalibuitoD... 

Halton 

Haatinga 

K«nt... ...... 

I^mbtoD ... . 



Lennox & Addiagt<H> , 

LinoolD 

UanitciDlia 

MiddleMi 

Mn-koka 

NipiBiiiiff. 

Nnifoik 

NorthnmberlHid 

Onltriu 

Oxiord 

Btin Sound 

PeeL 

Perth 

Peterbonmgb 

FrmeDlli 

Prion Edward 



Wriland 

WelliotctoD 

Wentwortb 

Twk 

Tbe Province' 



L 



^1 i 



•HH.S S.4 16 7> S2 6 



60.4 33.9, 94 8 SI 2 



|5 I 



1| 16.71 99 8 10 714 



1J0 6 21 3 67 1 



16.4 162.11 8.4 8.: 



2 7 211.3 

8.6 191 1 

6 B liie.l 

a 2|lr,0 937.6' 37.5 17. 

6,02S0 H - - " "" 



7B0 6'78 3 95 763.9 ( 
1'B«,8 9 1'162,6 U 9 i 
7 23.8 2B.6 23fl 7 1.8 1 
931.6 72,8 ifil 311.71 f 
Blai.a 2» 4 193. B .1 
2 83,9 BR 7 225,0 14.0 I 



5 79,2103 3 

8 26.6 47.4 
4 28 3 43 4 
ISO 4i 37,4 
7 30 33 8 

9 25,2' 36 1 
2 20 2' Sfi ."J 



.6 64.3 41.7.165, 
138.7| 52.2166. 



311.8 ' 
.4110,7 ' 
3 10 6 I 



J740,3- 

,6 160 8 68S,r 
,0 193.3 616.0- 
,0 220,2 6:M.a 

.7(165.1 161-0.9 
- 233.1 694.1 
143.8(183.1 
.3 182 6 630.9 
17^7,1 
.2 2Ge.(l5S« a 
" 269.61616.1 
228.7566,0 
202.3635.9' 
218.4 672,9 
a'<9.8 636 B 
2 172.2 636,8 
9 2IS 3 627.0 
.6 14 6 176 6 619,7 
" HO 6 683,1 
169 6 601 6 
ISG 465.4 
"" 1B38.B 



3 II 5 1 
2l]0 9 1. 
8,11.8 1, 
Bll.l' 3, 
2 13 3' 
514 5 
7,11.0 6 
912 6; 7. 



6l 2- 



743.8 

646,2 
693,3^ 

ni.s 
wo, 7 

064.1 
7i6.4 
J637.B 
.4 379.61714.9 
.9 136.7,669.6 
.2 179.3,fi83,8 
.7171,7 603,8 
' 283.4 632. S 
.Hlfi9,e640.4 
.7 243 9 638.9- 
2<ig 4 626,8 
145 1 683.4 
!54 6 688.6 
171.6 706.9 
L68.6 779.6- 
2fi0.2 660.1 
185.3 706.8 
691.3 
160,0753.4 

_.. 1646.1 
190.0 661 4 

91 1 667.7 
. .88 S 680.0 
6|18a.3|677.0 
7|l9l,B6TI.a 

2 204 21669,6 
209 6 699. 3 

3 328,4 665.0 
1,10,8 209,8 674, » 

' I 

,flI0.6lMra,S6UA- 



THE REPORT OF THE 



PASTUBB— ORCHARD-TlyEYARD-APFLEB. 



pMt tsD ywr* ; alw the onmber of 


apple MM ud the ridd. 










pMtnra. 


Orehua 
■Ddftarden. 


Vine- 
y.id. 


ApphttMt. 


CovdUm lud diatricti. 


16 jotn uid over. 


NcoftieM 




No. of Inn. 


BothdB. 


Both, 


nndar 


te"::: :::::.;::: 


7,'820 
3K,946 

127.711 
86,173 
4a 497 
43.R2S 
60,400 
73,8J7 
80,348 
73,801 
64,038 
64.017 

188.743 
36,6f.7 
8.978 
38.MI6 
94,<06 

167.731 
66.280 
87,181 

116.681 
9S,t66 
67,6:<3 
31.926 
7,039 

173,060 
11.976 
B.443 
8^377 
66,393 
65.418 
83,451 
UR9I^ 

lis 

60,880 
37.840 
37.197 
78,682 
28 361 
87,170 
43.869 
61.1 W 
36.772 
37.018 
78.013 
39.324 
61,967 

3,777,983 
8.n9t.6no 

3,710.268 
2,708.043 
a 618.^16 
2.fi6't744l 
2.738 6561 
3,703,241 
2.683,160 


urea. 
829 
6 46 
9,810 
3230 
3,942 
3,891 
7,600 
10. W3 
12.33« 
4.2S4 
3,1K3 
31648 
14,769 
6^9*8 
487 
10,083 
10.7W 
14,136 
16 643 
12.376 
2.872 
6,674 
6606 
16.849 
099 
16,161 
87S 
270 
10.64S 
13.R42 
9.S77 
10.786 
685 
6 240 
7.4H9 
3.776 
1,677 
9.260 
2,358 
^700 

n,8H6 

3.178 
3,693 
6,W9 
8;8!<8 
7,824 
16,6-6 
12.143 

316,916 
339,411 
3W.07S 
83\430 
826.341 
■320122 
•312,787 


urai. 

i 

26 
63 
33 
35 
181 
1.797 
11 
10 
21 
98 
81 
16 
333 
67 
193 
461 
167 
30 
H 
12 

,,,„ 

26S 
9 
10 

162 

147 
80 
74 
8 

236 
42 
49 
37 

^ 
•66 
100 
44 
30 

920 

92 

2,^4^ 

12.227 
10fiK7 
10. 803 
10.118 
11,100 


2,083 
116,334 
360,320 
43 0ffii 
60,130 
81,084 
189,038 
20i,016 
179,4(9 
83.706 
43,031 
67,234 
362.329 
152.0S3 
3,564 
220:117 
1«9.863 
300.910 
809,829 
S49.443 
60.685 
86.146 
88,901 
342,5)7 
4.379 
290.816 

196.782 

334 97c 
218.883 
306,1'5 

lui^e 

123,864 

107,757 
66.61B 
32,153 
1SS.I92 
20.671 
8 616 
322 6B3 
68.844 
71496 
114 083 
186.988 
170.018 
333.326 
213.761 

6.777.935 
6,618,048 
6,331,843 

6,221.324 
6, '02.899 

6,91 3,9« 
6,836,916 


7.688 
307,057 
780,642 
169.462 
10a284 
367.577 
3^3,063 
655.5U 


3.69 17.164 
1.78 86,861 
3 92 88,ne 
3 70I 64.144 

l.eol 43.818 
880 4(^771 
1.18 106,14) 


Carlflton 


Dandaa 

Dnrhwn 

Blgin 




144.810 1.73 
138,638 8 33 
304.361 8 04 
1,180.867 3.36 
164.317 1.08 
11,797, 3.81 
302,008 .92 
463.3411 3.41 
743929 2.12 
396,581 1,28 
69:^.674 2 3t 


69.346 
38,806 

6^938 




g4S^::::;::::;:::: 


HalibDttoD 


'Huron 

Kent 


179,080 
186881 
164,401 
134.749 
47,196 
66,044 

loLoro 

1^894 

^960 
36,743 
886 751 






271,616 
200,f«7 
383.780 
15,86} 
764.^63 
8.535 
674 
343,401 
917,840 


3.19 

a.2!i 
1.17 

8.62 
3.60 
3.64 
I.OO 
1.74 
8.74 


tes*^"""^- 




Middi«M 

Mutikoka 


No?f"k^ ::■■;■: ■:::::: 




426.6S8 2 07 
4.104 3 46 
318,001' 1 76 
432,783 3.68 
341,827 3 68 
108,995 3.39 
434,734 3.31 
46.683 2 31 
11,890 1.88 
586.577 2.68 
338,607 3 80 
166,156 3.81 


43.90B 

7.338 
44.678 




PwT'.^". ::::::::;: 




K£f!-":';.::::::: 


149,820 




10.717 
198.489 
80.674 
67.468 


Simocw 


Vtotmia 




299,181 
365,838 
396, 4«S 
329,077 

14,4Ba650 
36,993,017 


1.60 
309 
1.70 
1.36 

8.18 


16,936 
64^662 
64.788 
109,991 

3,392.701 
3,430,0:0 
8446189 








The ProviooBj 

1901 

1900 






3.4^8.820 
3,43%OU 
8.648.068 
8,38^401 






1896 


66.896,706 


946 






























1 














1. 









10O1 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



X V 1 1 1. Shoving by Conoty Municipatitiea of Ontuio the number and value ai horses om 
i on July 1, 1901, t(«ethpr with the tuttle fur the Province for the past ten yean ; alsa tbe nniDber 
d value of horses sold during the year ending June 30. 



1 




THE REPORT OF THE 



ABLl XIX. ShawioK by Connty MnaicipftlltUi oE OotKrio tho Dumber aod Tklne of MtUa on hand an 
Jnly 1, *IV01, together with the toisla for the Provinoe tor the psat ten yeuB ; and alio Uie wudImt and. 
Tklne of oattle aold ot Blaughtered daring the ye&r ending June 30. 



AlKoma 

Brant 

a^tl^-t^a '.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.". . 
Dufferia 

Dorhun 

Blgi" 

Bmbi 

FroDteDM 

Qlengarry 

Oreniiile 

Gray 

Halrlimand 

HaliburtoD 

Halton 

Hnron . .' .l'..\'.\"\' 

Kent 

L.mbton 

Leo DOT & AddlogCon. . 

Linculn 

MwiitouliD 

MiddFesei 

Mm-koka 

So^ik'.".'.','.'. .'.'.'.". . 

NorthamberlftDd 

Ontario 

Oiford 

FaTTT Soimd 

Peel .. 

Prrtb 

Peterboroagh 

Presoott 

PrJDoa Edward 

Renfrew 

RnaseU 

Stormont 

Tietorla 

Waterloo 

WelUnd 

Wellingtan 

Wenlffoith . 

York 

The Prorince : 

1901 

1-00 , 



1893 787,836 



16 304 
26.W'3 
2S.46(i 



21.233 
24.392 
34,934 
22 313 



36,787 
B,7fil 
2.14B 



5,334 
I3,&49 
83.4.W 
20,BI1 

leaoo 

14.658 
34,ShS 
1S,4R4 
32,708 
22,418 
17,424 
16.291 

37,414 




Sold or alaoKlitercd ii 



,167,802 38 98- 
456.0311 31 SG 
301,228 SS 10 
131,883 24 49 
326 Ses 84 t6- 
694.436] S3 65 
3H,6]3' 28 24 
820,0(iO 27 60 
21 30- 



13-1.363 




1,230,251 


38 70 


226, I7t 


37 83 


46.22? 


18 78 


2Bl.2l[ 


S6 90 






1,442.279 


38 20 



e.SG.178 34 88 

78<',700 33 SS 

321.518 29 47 

206.160 24 47 

217,849 22 SO' 

161,683 27 74 



74 41 



87 4 



1,696,388 40 OS 
86,889' 22 SS 
28.090 21 13 
207,H73 21 76 
320,079 23 30- 
623,776! 37 87 
924,380 38 02 
74.193 23 U 
803,948 38 06 
840,379 86 41 
246 733 26 43 
103,109 23 63 
89,888 30 K 
401.204 34 IS 
77.:<fiO 30 SB 
790,4nO 38 47 
103,309 23 49 
31 82 



788, 04» 
189,241 
1.32fi,726 
246. 60f 
660,070 



20,286,96.1 
18.017,989 
17.303,426 
lB,121,Bfi9 

360,2! 

;3Si,3l 
13.872,137 
15,219,266 
16.671 .091 
16,979,136 



ill 



27 81 



31 14 
29 18 
26 54 
38 37 
31 74 
84 46- 
36 13 



BUREAU OP INDUSTRIES. 



TaBLa XX; Showiog by County MaoioipaUtira of Ontario tba DumberBiid vilna of >hmp on bind am 
Jnly 1, 1901, togfthar with the total* foi the Province fir the paet ten ye»n ; ilea the nnmbBr Ba4 
Tkloa at ihcepBo.d or ilaniibtereddiiriairtba ypsr encliag Jun«DO. 





On hand Jolr 1. 


je»r. 


CoiiBtiM anddiatiicta. 


Ovatl 
yew. 




Total. 


No. 


Vaiae. 


Vain* 




lT«r. 


No. 


Valna. 


h^. 




ireis 

68.21!t 

le.siG 

21.773 
5.4S5 
S4.ft74 
25.8 ■$ 
10.H6ri 
H.fll7 
9,13H 
6.012 
72.2117 
ia.4i« 
6 6>i6 

u,-m 

27.1S1 
46,.'i87 

2!;071 
27,923 

S.3I1 
lS.77fl 

7.872 
llfiM. 
30.B7I 
12.SR6 
H5I 
14,766 
14,6H2 
33,46.1 

9.473 
13.921 
11.663 
21.«S0 
. 16.983 

8.36^ 

40.120 
H,S.M 
68.977 

t,m 

S2.00R 
IS.H'M 
9,M46 
48 6»2 
10.1 3.S 
24,622 

947.614 
94!i.5!l7 
930.3)4 
8T7,H73 
897 6^6 
996 616 

1,095 !«■. 

1.0Me.6:i'i 

979,962 


4 558 
8,967 
63.006 
1«,914 
19;037 
6.299 

24.91' 

9,166 
lS,93t 

l-:i.87l 

10;449 
21,966 
44.2»3 
21,104 
89.406 

8:616 
12,080 

10 931 
16 696 
10 173 
804 
13.072 
12,979 
26.109 

8196:1 
1I.0.W 

9,649 
30,732 
13,758 

3'64' 
31,301 

6,4-'7 
46.2 to 

4.0B6 
2.'.B20 
La.07fi 

9.42!t 
43,465 

9.019 

ip.63e 

814,18-. 
847,616 
8I>,2W 
7»9,14L' 
793 06.1 
8S3.7:« 
93rt,7«i 
929. I7(. 
903 869 
870,611 


10,697 

20,680 
111.226 
29,451' 
4",8!0 
10.7-.;4 
42.9« 
60,744 
211.031 
28.886 
ICM" 
11903 
136,711 
24 7H9 
11,799 
21.729 
49 127 
90,870 
43.766 
4S.077 
51,710 
17,827 
26,859 
14.799 
23 4G2 
67.267 
22.fi39 

1.7B5 
27.837 
37 661 
68,1-72 
18,436 
24.976 
21,21» 
42.312 
30.741 
14,904 

7.7^6 
71.421 

ia«4i 

ITO.217 

9,:i97 
54,828 
a5,K9rt 
I9,2ti9 
91.147 
I9,1Bl 
43,460 

1.761,799 
1.797 212 
1.77-',604 
1.677,011 
\,W)0.:i-O 
l.S4il.3i8 
2,022.736 
2.016,806 
1,93.^.938 
l,860,47.'l 


46,149 

117,177 
550.676 
115,998 
180,749 

42,906 
192,729 
216,384 

72,852 
104,648 

63,737 

47.327 

111! IK 

43.i.-g 

118,658 
173.613 

439,987 
1K6 087 
195.011 
11I3,4'6 
70,446 
100,069 
67,811 
&5.1-93 
296.927 
90.h02 
6,368 
111,463 
113.3,'17 
289.870 
86.488 
96,192 
104.616 
2a.<.6l6 
132,501 

IS 

217,272 
61.948 
442.069 

240.34n 
116 4f* 

83.642 
478.445 

97.Mn 
234,520 

7,773.793 

7.711.49(. 
7..31B.729 
6.499,69.1 
6,003.191 
6.653,202 
7 7iB,442 
8.606.671 
9.0Klia 
8,689,667 


3,40; 

13.601 
13,883 

6.838 
16,829 
24,497 

7.99i) 
13,146 

6,.363 

6.377 
61.690 
10.760 

8,301 

9.848 
17,635 
.37.768 
21,98! 
31,819 
20. li* 

9,045 
I2,ii43 

3 067 

6.61 
35.140 

8,327 
765 
12,358 
11, .596 
23 053 

8 946 

7.633 

7,871 
19.413 
10,538 

6,362 

5.100 
24.50! 

4.181 
43.r04 

8 361 
23.521 
12,002 

9,767 
36,24:) 

9,808 
23,724 

729,148 
600,0.58 
66S.2 8 
661.2.19 
7.13.872 
766.896 
632,316 
616,44H 
616,237 
575,934 


13.64 
52 WO 
206.S4h 
42.628 
59,668 

24.8 2 
6.5,532 

97.9 ■>■ 
28,39h 
4+ ,090 
26.070 
23,51 

220.199 
46 26i 

60;9^ 
65,903 
172,932 
90,426 
94,388 

74,i:0 

34,823 
46,K57 
33.478 
31.49a 

134,7-50 
28.728 
.1,2 '4 
47,^78 
49 747 
99,589 
39,273 
36, -.32 
36, 07 
9W.S5^ 
45.810 
20,549 
19,788 
80.3K7 
16,284 

184.067 
12,NS7 
95,260 
67,97( 
39,711 

175.779 
43.351 

111,740 

3,103,513 

2.872,609 
2.629.201 
3.460,379 
2.638.171 
3 646.700 


*o. 




5 63 




4 73 




3 41 




4 39 








4 14 










Ssrs:;;:.:.::;::::::::;:::;:. 


361 




3 03 








4 80 


aUSr::.:::::::::.:::-::::::.:: 


3 17 
6 17 
3 IT 








4 31 

4 :is 




3 67 




385 








4 IB 




326 




G3i 


SSiS.:;;:::::;;;,::;.;.:;;:;;:- 

N«f.Jk 

NortbambetUikl 

Ontario 


3 45 

4 37 

3 85 

4 29 
4 33 
4 39 


te!^"^ 


3 48 

4 60 












3 33 

3 88 


E^.^.:::::::..::;;:::;.;:::- 


3 28 

3 89 

4 28 












4 8S 






WelllDgtnn 


4et 


York :;:::::::.:::::::::::::*: 

The Pfttvinoa : 


4 71 

4 2S 


1900 

18B9 


4 IS 
3 95 
3 70 








8 4K 


1893 

18B1 


8.481.612, 3 64 
2.fi6i,2«7 4 14 
2 784.388 4 03 













38 



THE REPORT OF THE 



No. 



HOGS. 

Tabli XXI. Showing by Oounty ManicipalitieB of Ontario the number and Talne of Hogi on hand 
Jnly 1, 1901, together with the totals for the Province for the past ten years ; also, the number and 
▼alue of hogs sold or slaughtered during the year ending June SO. 



Counties 

and 
districts. 



Algoma 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Duff erin ...... 

Dundas ...!.. ... 

Durham 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenao 

Glengarry 

Grenville 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Haliburton 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent. 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds 

Lennox Ik Addington 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin 

ICiddlesex 

Muskoka 

Nipiosiog 

Norfolk 

Iforthumberland 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Parry Sound 

Peel 

Pfcrth 

Peterborough 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Ruesell 

Simcoe 

Stormont 

Tictoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 
The Province : 

1901 

1900 

1899 

1898.... 

1897.... 

1896 

1896 

1894 

1893 

1892 , 



• • • • 



On hand July 1. 



Over 
lyear. 



1,127 
3,502 
7,318 
4,450 
3,064 
3,4661 
3, 251 1 
7,668 
16.316 
3 302 
4,023 
2,356 
8,290 
2,935 

588 
2,421 
8,037 
7,857 
14,563 
5,273 
3,638 
4,774 
3,008 
2,064 

986 
7,634 

837 

667 
6,074 
4,286 
6,569 
6,686 
1,362 
3,320 
6,187 
3,227 
3,148 
1,690 
7,298 
2,400 
10,487 
2,227 
4,562 
4,684 
1,883 
7,550 
3,160 
6,984 



222,916 

266.457 

296,349 

266,048 

235,4791 

243,756 

244,186 

227,878 

220,396 

231,320 



Under 
1 year. 



Totals. 



3,981 
23,169 
41,767 
23,669 
22,9.57 
18.866 
12,264 
52,736 
77.899 
13,326 
14,661 
14,115 
60,410 
17,011 

1,933 

16,337 
31,602 
63,848 
87,697 
35,202 
17,465 
21,802 
14,686 
13,823 

3,690 
47,213 

3,315 

1,910, 
30,8711 
22,743 
38,943 
60,713 

3.606 
19,234 
44,081 
17,827 

9,080 

8,400 
18,637 

6,299 
66,960 
12,521 
23,226 
27,832 
12,307 
51,753 
22,232 
46,203 

1,268,969 

1,606,184 

1,676,721 

1,376,739 

1,049,484 

1,026,876 

1,054,887 

9'4,255 

791.626 

766,664 



Sold or slaughtered in year. 



No. 



Value. 



6,108 
26,671 
49.076 
28,109 
26,0111 
22.322 
16,506 
60,403 
93,216 
16,628 
18,684 
16 471 
68,700 
19,946 

2,521 
18,768 
39,639 
61,705 
102.260 
40,475 
21,093 
26.576 
17,593 
16,387 

4,576 
54,847 

4,152 

2,677 
36,945 
26 978 
44.612 
67,298 

4,967 
22.654 
50,268 
21,054 
12,228 
10,090 
26.836 

8.699 
77,437 
14,748 
27,778 
32,41? 
14,190 
69,303 
25,3921 
61,187j 

1,491,885 
1,771.611 
1,971,070. 
1,640,7871 
1.284, 963 i 
1.269 631' 
1,299,072 
1,142,133 
1,012,022 
996,974 



30,825 
163,036 
310,862 
169 617 
143.155 
134,811 1 
106.672 
366,029 
643,602 
110.948 
114,179 

99,637 
360,733 
122,913 

14,129 
114,781 
267,860 
415,456 
619,094 
244,256 
121,764 
164,073 
116.801 

95,144 

25,475 
350,496 

25,324 

13,792 
219,318 
166,439 
271,798 
396,808 

31,648 
147,872 
345,166 
129 574 

82,399 

66,791 
157,013 

66,366 
430,064 

94,730 
166,542 
220,896 

88.470 
393 066 
166,130 
314,872 

9,298,712 
9,698,153 
10,180.338 
8,720,242 
6 633,210 
6,60.5,227 
7,101,211 
6,909,262 
6,622,129 
5,479,093 



No. 



Vahie. 



5,471 
37,258 
70,789 
30,629 
34,166 
26 718 
39,242 
76 379 
94,644 
18,763 
19,644 
18,939 
89 653 
28,243 

2,671 
28.712 
49,200 
92,072 
107,599 
53,609 
21.370 
29,786 
25,959 
19,929 

5,286 
81,489 

6,929 

1.573 
47,966 
38,596 
66,179 
86,729 

6,390 
32,260 
68.278 
29 366 

9,779 
16,953 
20.264 

9,889 
96,961 
17,?62 
32,166 
49,?66 
19,748 
91,582 
38,616 
81,477 



1,973,405 
2,056,049 
1,875,466 
1,592.697 
1,399,967 
1,304,359 
1,159.992 
1,030.667 
976,358 
928,791 



$ 

44.534 
324,890 
604.538 
267,129 
326,190 
205,729 
321.784 
699,682 
842,332 
168,867 
183,082 
167,800 
796,119 
248,821 

22.383 
248,359 
433,944 
84&904 
959,788 
470,151 

179,985 
271,9:^7 
247.130 
169 795 

40,219; 
730,956, 

40.6141 

16,862, 
460.871! 
312,628 
663.846 
797,040 

4,S,120 
233,813 
643,862 
276.326 
105.222 
127,146 
186.0?4 
106,603 
881,285 
160,615 
801.074 
447,828 
154,429 
852,628 
324,374 
7Cd,850 



17,548,490 
15,800,799 
14,157.394 
11,852,636 
10,080,^! 2 
10.022,ft>5| 
10,067 6671 
10 158,978 
10,296.828 
8,775,852 



8 62- 



10 76 

7 97 
9 IS 

10 78 
9 09 

8 68 

9 86 
909 

7 82 
9 31 

8 40 
8 70 



8 89 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 



69 
55 
44 

20 
68 

8 68 

9 86 
10 56 

8 97 



1901 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



39 



POULTRY. 



Vab&i XXII. Showing by County Manicipalities of Ontario the number and value of Poultry Ott 
hand July 1. 1901, together with the totals for the Provioce for the past ten yearn ; also, the number 
and value of Poultry sold or killed during the year ending June 90. 



Oounties 

and 
distriots. 



Alpoma I . . , 

Brant 

**■ "oe ••••••. ■■>■■ 

Carleton 

Duiferin...'. 

Dnndas 

Durham 

Elgin 

Xrisez 

Frontenao 

Glengarry 

Orenviile 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Haliburton 

HAltnn 

Hastings ? 

Huron 

Kent 

liambton 

Lanark 

Leeds 

Lennox and Add'n. . 

Lineoln 

Manitonlin 

Middlesex] 

Musknka 

Nipissing 

Noifolk 

Northumberland. . . . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Par*y Sound 

Peel 

Jr er tn *■*. • ■•..... 

Peterborough 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Russell 

Simcoe 



On hand July 1. 



Turkeys. 



Stftrmont .... 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Wplland 

Wellington . . . 
Wentworth ... 

York 

The Province 

1901 

1900 

1899 



1896... 

1897.... 

1896 . . • . 

1896.... 

1894.... 

1898.... 

1893.... 



\3r00Se. 



2,849 
6,261 
25,414 
28,4:i6 
11,641 
* 15,300 
18 789 
30,205 
30,856 
16.728 
10,02:* 
12,414 
80.444 
16,009 
2.774 
10 6fi7| 
18.654! 
44,1471 
27,062 
36,407 

l6,ll^ 

19,784 

9,549 

8,118 

2,401 

66,807 

3,467 

545 

18,S.«4 

17.673 

16,66( 

21,r9i 

3.700 

19,310 

18,731 

23,727 

8,868 

' 9.068 

15,398 

6.916 

31,559 

8.653 

18,086 

4.339 

8.842 

27.624 

9,716 

' 20,529j 

825.823 
890 93:^ 
927.466 

1,024 285 
890,228 
715.770 
696,604 
689.205 
638,527 
628,504 



Ducks. 



I 
1,385 
3,2^0 

15,856 

12,441 

11,768 
6,S60 

10,038 
5,4.351 
9,803 
7,0U6 
4,429 
4,2.M7. 

18,2.31 

4,984 

868 

6.136 

10,159 

19.422 
8.114 
8,e:^ 
8,425 
5,186 
4,835 
2,575 
1.740; 

13, 347 1 

701 

644 

4,805 

5,Fi73 

10.335 
5 604 
1,888 
8.709 

14,780 

10.418 
4,058 
3,166 
8,737 
2,446 

21,204 
4,194 
8.100 
3,733! 
3,2.S8 

17.937 
3,883 

12,690 

360,278 
898,890' 
421,830 

454,835 
409,715 
391.547 
420 022 
4:W.208 
430,482 
445,154 



1484 
3,964 

20,968 

12,992 
5,759 
5,285 
8,047 
7,201 

16,162 
8,438 
6,075 
5,447 

23,1«4 

8,230: 

525" 

5 380 

12,447; 

27,451 1 

15.723 

17,160 
4,772 
5,088 
7,677 
5.204 
1,031 

17.205 

1.188 

530 

8.349 

12,049 
9,927 

11.409 
760 

11 847 

16.396 
9.121 
5.9.^8 
5,58fi' 
6,27«! 
8,fi79, 

19.8LM 
1,766, 
9.950 
6.889 
6.752 

15,898 
6,073 

12,156 



Other 
fowL 



Totals. 



Sold or kiUed 
in year. 




33,093 
104,541 
250,395 
191,179 
106, 04f 
13.S,478 
190 428 
259.142 
287,641 
109,725 
129,331 

96,5;^ 
327.073 
142,676 

17,119 
115,728 
228.000 
370.705 
342,528 
297,751 
134,881 
123,619 
137,866 
107,194 

21,3.% 
418 392 

43,205 

19 544 
192,948 
192,C 55 
218, ;H7 
241,109 

89,208 
157,320 
27«,077 
148,796 

94,428 
100,439 
12>.219 

48,214 
352,546, 

89,0811 
171,465 
156,3«7j 
134,816, 
276,631 1 
135 272 i 
237,5201 



435,094 8.124,041 
457,072 7.794,346 
458,497 7,536,241 

7.605 653 
7 1S5„S98 
6,626 850 
6,6:^6,214 
6.425,249 
6,0.S(>,427 
6,005.315 



38,811 
117,996 
312.633 
240.047 
i;i5,5?04 
160,323 
227,802 
301,983 
344,462 
141,897 
149,858 
118,636 
398.912 
171.899 

21.286 
1,36,791 
269,160 
461,725 
.S93.427 
359,953 
164,193 
153 677 
lf9,827 
123 091 

26,508 
515.751 

48, 561 i 

21.263 
224,4.36 
227,250 
2.^5.273 
279,713 

4.5,5f6 
197,195 
325,984 
192,065 
113,292 
118, 2f9 
152.632 

61,255, 
425,^30 
103,694 
207.601 
171.348 
15,3,648 
337,940 
154,944 
282,79f 

9,745,2.36 
9.641,241 
0.344,024 

9,084.273 
8,4:^5.341 
7,7:^4,167 
7,752.840 
7.562.662 
7,114,436 
7,078,973 



\ 



$ 

13,817 
83.940 
93.955 
75.356 
40,024 
47,708 
70,114 
84,959 
91,628 
50,274 
41.312 
35,:^ 

113,366 

50,343 

6,072 

41,7M 

77,860 

127,075 

102,196 
99,603 
50.296 
48,016. 
42.182 
36,330 
7.691 

157,926 
13,965 
6.835 
62,057 
67.696 
76.337 
82,247 
14 853 
69,900 
88,3:« 
59,285 
:H8,816 
34,202 
49,748 
20,5.^9 

121,826 
29,155 
61,563 
45.025 
43,991 

102,131 
46,186 
85,880 

2,859.172 
2,727,:^63 
2.658.321 

2.578.136 
2.318,038 
2,130.807 
2,156,623 
2.208,518 
2.187,158 
2,091,450 



\ 



14,05( 

49,811 

81,861 

97,461 

44^25 

46,839 

77.i<82 

118,920 

142,185 

77,835 

58,445 

39,914 

136,848 

75,081 

7.041 

68,396 

100,282 

133,783 

122,753 

126,343 

50,135 

65,886 

63,6:^8 

63,176 

9,939 

177,864 

18,571 

11.266 

86,793 

71,846 

93,974 

95.710 

14,588 

88,896 

83,340 

53,177 

62.2:^f) 

40,953i 

51,6.33 

30,555 

134,125 

S5,3t^6 

68.761 

f 8.854 

78.840 

102,637 

73,745 

119,560 

3,496 999 
3,164,287 
3,102.614 

3,072,767 
2.965,221 
2,711,771 
2,392,458 
2,131.2-22 
2,017,507 
l,966,4Qa 



\ 



$ 

4,777 
16,43a 
31,926 
87,086 
16,066 
20,141 . 
26,514 
45,190 
46,921 
29,387 
18,171 
12,77» 
60,684 
26,278 

2,464 
23,368 
39.110 
54,831 
36,826 
50,637 
20,555 
29,649 
27,364 
25,^02 

3,97a 
71,146 

7,428 

3,267 
26,038 
25,865 
33.881 
36,370 

4,376 
35.558 
33,33a 
21,271 
21,783 
13,514 
17,665 
11,917 
54,991 
12,036 
24,680 
18,246 
23.629 
39,002 
25,073 
47,824 

1,805,556 
1,176,740 
1.162.991 

1,131.928 
1,083,914 
985,629 
8» 0,834 
782,5fc8 
753,695 



TBE REPORT OF THE 



W00L.-BEE3. 



ablbXSIII. ShowiDK by County Municip«1ici 
of the wool clip Id 1901, CoKPthn wilh ths lutals 
nambsi cf colonia of ben md the vklne of tplkriea 





Clip of wool. 


GeloDiM of b«ei. 


Ooimtiw ■nd diibioti. 


No. 


PuQDde. 


Lb. 
per 


Valaa. 


No. 


Tklae 

(iDCltldlDg 

outfi ). 


VkIh 




8299 
11,-HS 

67,6;e 

16,70 
21.761 
66 2 
2113 
25,779 
ll.lfl 
14, -3 < 

9.7ta 

6,11.9 
TK,246 
12.2S9 

6,721 
71.108 

a7.oiis 

lB.»2fl 
23.0^8 
2.1.094 

27,4:<-> 
9.22-:! 

I8.n9r 

7.B2I 
12,763 
30,64?! 
11231 

m 

14.74.1 
14,07- 
3t.4.'i6 
9.9iM 
13,308 

11,:(06 

20,96.! 
17.280 

iS[ 

40.4 9 

8.97B 
58.375 

3i;779 

9,!I2H 
48,.fl4 

9.B17 
25.69a 

960.229 
»67,;iC7 
928.181 
86M71 
887.003 
991,371 
1,109.110 
l,(l9i,4fiT 

1015.49: 

961,160 

984,089 


37.797 
7R.170 

.S77.768 
95,884 

13»2i7 
34.2.'i4 

173. 16B 

ISL-Wfl 
70,O%6 
81,746 
M.SS" 
31.839 

431272 
78,9^1 
84,40 
79.B63 

111,SV7 

287.S22 

147.891 

148 131 

1.39,973 
60,713 
70,81.^ 
41.701 
76.276 

213, (>95 
63.6'i9 
4.M:( 
86 073 
86.897 

262,267 
61.018 
76.9(tt 
83.361 

127.821 
98,219 
49.7 16 
!3.'*3« 

194.777 
68.117 

37.1.279 
29.263 

185,865 
81.4B« 
6S,345 

320. 0] 4 
66,737 

I7».4il0 

5,834,097 
6.8a'i.H21 
6.625 12i 
6,104 688 
6.139,984 
6.6^1.387 
6,314,811 
6 3 <6 03(1 
6.898.891 
6.643,706 

6,674,699 


6.00 
e 63 

8.6-! 
6.71 
6 12 
6.17 
7.13 
8.23 
8 29 
6 61 
5.76 
6.18 
G 9» 
6.44 
5.12 
7-16 
6.22 
6 12 
6 71 
6.41 
6.10 
5.60 
6.21 
6.47 
5.911 
9< 

5,iy 

6 81 
« 17 
7. -■12 
6,11' 
6.70 
7.37 
609 
58H 
5.98 
6 41 

4 81 
6 47 
6 43 
5.09 
6 83 
6.08 
6.37 
6 61 
6 73 
6.98 

6 14 
6,00 
6,9^ 
690 
6 79 
663 
6 60 
6-71 

5 81 
5,87 

6,66 


t 

6,066 

10 475 
50.621 
12,816 
17.85J 

4.690 
23,070 
21,6X1 

9,387 
10.961 

7,«90 

4.2rt« 
58.192 
10,57.=! 

4.610 
10,681 
18.93-< 
S^.-JOI 
18,817 
19.819 
18 75B 

6.7«5 

9,«: 

6.R88 
10.087 
28,623 

8,38: 
6-.6 
11.631 
11.614 
33,801 

8,178 
10,171 
11,1H9 
17.128 
13.161 

6,666 

3.127 
26.101 

7.787 
50.297 

3.940 
24,8.W 
11.321 

7,148 
43,002 

8:941 
24,043 

781.769 
894,11-^ 
790,09- 
847,378 
94N757 
1,026,975 
l.aiJ,962 
1,0V^.721 
1.073. 3:U 
1.0i7.161 

999.488 


241 
3,SB3 

6.^68 
6,194 
29 6 
4,997 
,3,638 
6 461 
6 746 
4.608 
8,66- 
4,114 
8,927 
6,456 

380 
1,114 
8,34-< 
6.1.16 
6.965 
7.221 
6.717 
6,684 
8.3(4 
1,806 

79 
11,160 

7S6 

122 
4,857 
6.206 
4.092 
8,341 

318 
1.33:t 
3,442 
3!b52 
6,690 
2,<i91 
6.013 
2.811 

k^i 

2.49f 
3,340 
71029 

202.217 
216.734 
203.343 
1911,080 
166.811 
180,076 
173 173 
200.094 
205.168 
195,82i 


S 

1.44R 
23.1t:« 
83 016 

so,ew 

16,770 
33.736 

i6.m 

3fi,6S6 
38.7' 6 
28 687 
34.826 
17.''9B 
6^437 

2,069 

6,328 
83,489 
38 221 
33616 
■ 37,3TO 
SM3< 
86.094 
19,081 
11,62^ 

3,620 
62,ini 

4 219 

763 

22.488 

25,874 

sss 

1,808 

8,198 
17,003 
-111, 799 
38,473 

9,2JI 
30.646 
14,436 
26,120 
13, 75'' 
87,138 

8,40f. 
20.887 
19,588 
20.741 
42,174 

1,114.099 
1,139,6.59 
1,063 4M 
998,049 
b8M88 
851.408 
ft(8,fi-8 
1,051,571 
1,162,916 


• 0. 

600 


Bi»iit 

BrnoB 

Cwl-too 

DnHflin 


CM 
60t 
fi 41 

4 Di 


DurhBin 


6 SO 


B«ei 


6 74 
6S2 




600 


Oreiiv.U8 


631 


HnMimaad 


45> 
672 




B6a 




















6 21 






LenDOKtadAddJtiKtoti... 


6 70 
6 38 










Mnik..l(» 

Nipi-lw 


636 

4 es 


No-thnmberlMid 


4 97 
6 22 


Oif.-rd 

ParrySonnd 

Peel 

Perth 


5 67 

6 16 
4 91 
460 






Princi EdwMd 


4 41 
608 


simo-w v^'..'^\.'.^v."^'^' "'.'. 

'BtnrmODti 

Viotorii 

Wrterloo 


6 10 

4 67 

ess 

G 86 

6 77 


■Wellingtin 

Wontwortb 


6 21 
600 


The Provinoe : 


6 61 


WHO 

1899 


6 18 
6 26 


'1897 


5 31 














1883 






' 






1901 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



41 



FJLRM PROPERTY, IMPLEMENTS, AND LIVE STOCK. 

Tablr XXI v. Showing by County Mnnioipalitiei of Ontario the valaes of farm lands. ba!1dinfi;i 
implements and live stooK for the vear 1901. together with the totals for the Province for the past ten 
years ; also, the aggregate valae of live stock sold or slaughtered as determined from Tables xviii-xxii. 



•Counties and districts. 



Algomi 

Brant 

Bmoe 

Oarlnton 

Dnfferin 

Dnndas 

Durham 

Elgin 

Ess(*x 

Front^nac 

Glengarry 

Orenville 

Grey 

Haldimand 

fialiburton 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

If anitouUn 

Middlesex 

Mui(k<>ka 

Nipi«siog 

Norfolk 

Northumberland 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Parry Sound 

Peel 

Perth 

P««terborough 

Prescotfc 

PrinoA Edward 

Renfrew 

Rupsell 

Simcoe 

Stormnnt 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

WelllnflrtOQ 

Wentworth 

York 



The Province : 

1901 

19n0 

1899. 

1898 

1897 

loMQ ........ 

1896 

1894...,. . . 

189S 

1891 



Value of farm property. 



Land. 



2,559,350 

8,759 832 

21 44:,260 

17.020.663 

9,019,25:i 

7,297 991 

12..536.765 

16,491.100 

16,4 6,354 

8,552,014 

7.255,972 

6,858,936 

21,4:M,'j17 

7,76 J, 054 

1.10\955 

9,5.33,103 

14,736,714 

28.590.145 

23,382,534 

18,874,172 

10,187.060 

10 830,131* 

8,828,102 

9,68 », 224 

980.443 

80.064,622 

2,070.369 

1,131,604 

11.214,086 

12 737,862 

16,3.39,28'? 

20,3'6.116 

1,875,169 

11.491 2.'^9 

20.679,882 

9,396,019 

6.936.970 

6 7/4 314 

10 469 574 

5,0 0,460 

24.84:^424 

5,762,220 

10.451,510 

12,131.997 

7.989 48^^ 

19,f:60,995 

13,071,779 

24,816,634 



585 .'^54. 294 
574,727,610 
568,271,777 
55^,246,-569 
554 054,552 
.157.468,270 
572,938,472 
687.246,117 
60?, 664, 361 
616,828,471 



Buildings. 



640,146 
4,0 "8 797 
7,«13,.S9? 
6,799.782 
3,061,370 
2,96^,520 
6,06 ',878 
6.340.461 
5.502,047 
3 248,511 
3,283,889 
3,020,223 
8,717.430 
3,920,873 

317,146 
4,075,348 
6,626 805 
10,643 f.9 4 
7,385,14*^ 
6,0S9.99'< 
3.884.9 5 
4,215.428 
8.992,601 
4,202,040 

397.986 
10,902 886 

886.926 

306,756 
4.788,487 
5.343 995 
6,461,214 
8,148,412 

7.57,316 
4,870,119 
8.119.714 
3,051,628 
2.790.304 
3.173.71>8 
3.929,940 
1,519.225 
9.202,-524 
2,898,567 
3,774 464 
5,:^80 68.i 
3,646.020 
8,122,614 
5,41 11. ^6 
9,114 891 



226,575,22» 
219,4R8,.370 
218,440,281 
210 054 3i)6 
206,090,15^ 
205.2:^,429 
204,14^,670 
204,071,566 
200,'89,88K 
195,644,258 



• 

Imple- 
ments. 


Live stock. 


$ 


$ 


227.386 


569,820 


820 779 


1,602,401 


2,122,228 


5.431.240 


1,568,546 


3,166,6.86 


907,:^M 


2,161.342 


aw 6?i6 


1,721 368 


1,222.637 


2,565 631 


l,71Na84 


3.627,456 


1,665,525 


8,(»43 0.82 


1,013 467 


2,041,606 


947,817 


1,972.768 


6«7,284 


1,616,045 


2,709 653 


6.226..'<08 


1,079,766 


1,898.990 


117.518 


367,855 


900,28« 


1,594,118 


1,703.027 


3,690,397 


2,69«»,3I5 


6.716.630 


2,215.490 


4,449 3-56 


1,7?<0.99'> 


4,006,915 


1,008,7;« 


2, 409, 493 


1,057,316 


2,396.343 


1,024 174 


2,030,166 


928 558 


1,298,602 


149.918 


489.800 


2,636.290 


6,764.066 


302,207 


747,389 


127.684 


260,149 


1,268,409 


2,167,268 


1 3 9.791 


2,617,701 


1,580.096 


3,854,328 


1,822,453 


4.487,227 


259, .821 


7 '9,462 


1,046.297 


2,32^,876 


2,076,581 


4,8 >8, 607 


907.307 


2,161.398 


822.695 


1,584,745 


872.73H 


1 ,,807, -508 


1,2:^6.07»^ 


2 866,618 


569.177 


1,100,:^ 


2 672,842 


6,658 4:« 


777.388 


1.387.384 


1,09^.326 


2,668 934 


1,276,202 


2,3-9 442 


842,007 


1,40.8, 1«5 


2,021,884 


6,130,075 


1,28 i 86^ 


2,169,401 


1,939,820 


4,085.646 


59.897,518 


129,496.261 


57,324,130 


123,274,821 


64,^94,857 


115 806 445 


52,977,282 


10.8,744 223 


51,299.098 


93,649,804 


50,7-80,358 


96,857,566 


60 944,3X6 


103,958.047 


51,630.172 


111,547.652 


51,435,9 9 


116.070 902 


51,003,020 


117,601,495 



Total. 



Value of 

live stock 

sold. 



S 

3.916,700 
16,201,809 
36,614,116 
27,549,577 
1.5,179,29.» 
12,R38,535 

21,377 706 
28,174.85' 
26,636,9-58 
14 855.598 
13,460.446 
12 077.4:^8 
39,0^7,408 
14,661,683 

1,908,474 
16 102 847 
25,666 943 
48,640.114 
37,4.82 628 
.80,752,075 
17,440,241 
18.499,218 
16,874.94.^ 
16 11.8.4?4 

2,018,147 
60,367,8(>4 

3.9.56, f»9 

1,816.143 
19 4.88,2*4) 
22,049, ;849 
28 240,924 
34,7>'4,V08 

.8.611,268 
19,731 681 
36,734,284 
15.516 ,882 
12.084,714 
12,128,.856 
18,o0l,2r8 

8,279 163 
42,.877,22x 
10,820.554 
17,988.2 -4 
21,108,.826 
l-8,«80.70l 
34.8.85 468 
21,934,182 
39,986,991 



1,001,.823,296 
974.814 931 
947,613 360 
923,022 42< 
906.0H3.61.8 
910,291.623 
931.9h9,574 
954,,895.507 
970.:i6 ,070 



$ 

156,501 
622,790 

2,194,580 
884,643 
784,446 
435,965 
827,806 

1,636,919 

1,3.55,472 
6*24,043 
396 6:19 
:^70,47l 

2,611,409 

606.167 

90,028 

606,166 

928,202 

2.8:15,262 

1,871,406 

1,642,791 
680,466 
609,769 
62:^,664 
428.731 
167.280 

2,889,840 

1^3,828 

64,267 

806,208 

7t6.637 

1,467,440 

1,940.888 
189,280 
699,821 

1,817,908 
640.264 
312,448 
300,191 
760,579 
2:34,184 

2,144,497 
313,888 
804,585 

1,368,657 
4f 7.410 

2.671,392 
898,066 

1,679,484 



46,592,108 
41,642,617 
38,457.018 
:H. 4.50, 583 
29.753,599 
28,748,995 
29.301,131 
31.936.689 
.84,610 366 



979^"aTT^*lAl\\^VSi^^^^ 



THE REPORT OF THE 



FABM TALUBS ANU RENTALS. 



together witb the kvenges for the Pro 





F.™ 


■loe*. Mengo per »ora, oo 


Qpiad. 


Value build- 
iuRB, imple. 
meiita and 
live stock 

cleared."* 


Rent per acre tm 

land- 


Oonntiei knd Diattiata. 


LoDd. 


Bnild 

ingi. 


Imple- 


Live 
Stock. 


ToW. 


Occu- 
pied. 


Cleared. 




! 0. 

3 38 

40 61 
23 40 
SO 15 

29 45 

30 83 

as 71 

37 S4 

38 13 
12 SO 
35 07 
25 3fl 
30 13 

27 72 
1 97 

43 26 
14 22 
S6 80 

41 41 

28 65 

16 ee 

23 01 
20 09 
M 64 

4 38 

39 67 
3 80 
3 71 

, 28 11 

29 20 
83 63 
43 06 

328 
89 84 
39 16 

16 46 
2S78 
89 19 
10 65 
20 19 

30 73 

23 16 

17 44 
39 54 

30 09 

31 16 
48 00 
46 30 

24 76 
24 37 
24 02 
28 78 

23 73 

24 06 
24 79 
36 -JO 

sesB 

!6 91 


t 0. 

84 
18 83 
8 Bl 

10 28 
a 61 

12 S4 

13 81 

13 77 

4 70 

11 34 

11 13 

8 19 

14 00 
66 

18 07 

5 43 

13 a,t 

13 08 

9 26 

7R 

8 96 

9 0S 
21 B,! 

1 77 

14 39 
1 64 
100 

12 00 
12 29 

12 91 
17 26 

188 
16 B9 

16 62 
SSI 
9S6 

13 67 

4 00 
603 
9 63 

11 63 
680 

17 64 

16 01 

12 94 

19 87 

17 00 

9 09 

5 31 
9 10 
8 98 
8 S3 
886 

8 86 
8 72 
866 


S 0. 

30 
3 81 
2 30 

2 56 

3 29 
3 94 
3 66 

1 47 
32S 
3 63 

2 65 

3 86 
21 

899 

1 64 

3 37 
S 92 

2 70 

2S5 

2 33 

4 85 
67 

348 
66 
42 

3 18 
3 03 
3 17 

3 63 
400 
1 69 
382 
8 76 

1 26 
226 

3 77 

5 12 

4 16 
3 70 
333 
471 

5 68 

363 
3 43 

2 84 
2 26 

2 20 

3 19 

2 20 

3 23 
224 
328 


3 0. 

75 
7 43 
6 33 
6 61 

6 08 

7 27 
6 87 

8 S2 
706 
3 96 
6 82 

6 85 

6 78 
65 

7 07 
3 47 
R 41 

7 88 
fl 08 

3 68 
6 09 

4 62 
6 78 

2 19 

8 92 
137 

83 
6 43 

6 09 

7 70 

9 61 
1 26 

9 36 

3 78 

5 26 

6 AS 

3 93 

4 37 
6 86 

6 fiS 

4 46 

7 66 

6 16 

8 17 

7 97 
7 63 

5 48 

6 23 
4 94 

4 01 
4 18 
4 60 
4 84 
606 
B 13 


• 0. 

6 37 

70 48 

39 94 
48 81 

42 69 
64 33 

67 48 
64 66 

61 81 
21 52 
46 51 
44 SO 
36 72 
53 36 

3 39 

71 39 
24 76 
60 91 
66 !9 
46 68 
2.1 94 
89 81 

36 12 
84 10 

899 
66 46 
726 
6 96 
48 73 
50 70 
66 41 

73 69 
6 32 

68 42 
68 76 

37 16 
41 43 

62 26 
18 S3 
82 86 

43 89 
43 48 
30 03 
68 80 
GO 96 
56 49 
80 66 

74 60 

43 36 
41 34 

40 40 
39 46 

38 76 

39 28 

40 32 

41 42 

42 26 
ViVl 


t 0. 

28 28 
35 87 

38 33 
34 16 

34 84 

35 37 

29 06 

35 29 

36 80 

23 71 

33 48 

30 28 

26 78 
29 94 

21 23 
?S 08 

37 04 

31 73 

32 64 

29 13 

22 94 

27 10 

24 92 

39 17 

36 26 

34 34 

30 62 

38 58 
81 48. 
27 26 
93 02 

37 9! 
36 39 
32 47 
36 36 
24 73 
80 49 
27 61 

26 30 

31 31 

39 88 
36 29 

27 40 
85 96 

32 89 

33 11 
41 84 
36 10 

30 96 
80 09 
39 31 

38 33 
27 31 
27 84 
38 89 

29 86 

30 31 


Z c. 

60 
3 03 

1 53 
188 
1 83 

1 96 

2 ;*3 

3 36 
3 40 
1 10 
166 
137 
1 27 
1 77 

43 
3 16 

1 36 

2 09 
280 
1 76 

95 
1 43 

1 38 

3 32 
61 

2 16 
44 
48 

303 
181 
2 31 
2 61 
44 
2 35 

2 15 
I 20 
I 49 
1 80 
1 30 
1 70 
1 89 
1 42 
161 
230 
17B 
1 90 
363 

3 82 

1 77 
180 
1 77 
176 
173 
1 88 
1 87 
188 
200 


9 >■ 

1 » 


BnioB 


2 01 
360' 


Buff no 


3 33 
3 70 






is::;::::::::::..:: ■:::. 


2 94- 

2 92 






giSSE.::::.::::::::: . 
SSi™;;^:::::::::::..:::: 

Hallbnrton 


2 19 

1 7B 
1 76- 

3 21 
107 
3 88 


Ir^r.:;:::.:. .. ;...:::;: 


2 46 






L»mbton 


1 6» 


leeda.. 




■LennH&AddiDBton 

LidcoId 


■2 92 
138 


Middle..! 


3 63 
1 70 




9 11 




353 


Northambeiluid 


3 78 












2 78 








3 11 






Prince Edward 


3 16 
3 40 








2 48 




2 31 


Waterloo 


304 


Wallirglon 


238 
SOB 


York 

The ProvircB : 


336 
2 46 








2 61 


1898 


344 


1896 

UB6 

IBM 


2 6» 

3 «6 

3 73 


^■"^ / 





1901 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



43 



MARKET PRICES. 

7 A B L ■ XXVI. The followiog table is compiled from thirty-two well distribated market poinii. The 
taiieB for the alz months, JiUy -December, 1901, are alio given, together with the average price for the 
past ten yearv, aad the average for twenty years. 



Markets. 



Barrie 

Belleville.... 
Bowmanville 
Brampton .. 
Braotf urd . . . 
Bmckv|lle . . 
Oayuffa .... 
Chatham. .. 
Cobonig .... 



Forest 

Gait 

Goderich 

Gneliih 

Hamilton . . , 

Kingston 

Lina'«ay 

Ijondon 

Orangeville. . 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound . , 
Pembrok'-. . 

Perth! 

Peterbonngh, 
St. Thomas.. 

Simcoe 

Stratford ..., 
Toronto . . . . 
Walkprton . . 

Waterloo. 

Whitby 

Woodstock . . 



The Province : 

Jnly 

August 



s 



Sr 



i 



cts. 

63 7 
62.2 
64.3 
65.6 
63.1 

61 3 
67.2 
66.1 

64 
64.0 

65 9 
68.8 
67.1 
70 8 
64 5 
65.3 
68.7 
64.6 



65.9 
72.5 
70 2 
66 2 
67.1 
66.5 
63.6 
70 I 
64 
65.0 
62.0 
67.0 



64.0 
64.3 



September i 65.1 

October 66 4 

November 66 9 

December 71.0 



Average for six 
months : 

1901 

1900.... 

1899 

1898 

1897 

1896 

1895 

1894 

1893 

1892 



1888-1901 



66.1 
66.4 
66.7 
69.4 
78.2 
71.0 
69.3 
55.0 
59 9 
70.7 

78.7 



S 

.a 

u 

S. 

I 

•c 

a 

QQ 



cts. 

62!2' 
64.S 

m.i 

80.0 
66.1 
65.9 



65.0 
65.3 
68.7 
64.6 
60.9 
65.1 
72 5 
69.6 
66.0 



68.1 
64 

62 



65 8 

65 8 
66.4 

66 2 
67.0 
69.5 



66 8 
67.5 
66.5 
69.2 
78.6 
70.6 
69 8 
55.5 
59.4 
67.8 

81.2 



9 

i 

CiQ 



cts. 



44 
48 
47 
46 
42 



S 
2 
1 

5 



6 
.7 



42 1 
43.5 

46 9 

40 8 
42.8 
42 5 
40 
48 
47.8 
47.5 
43.2 

47 4 
44.8 
52.4 
46 8 
45 

41 
44 5 
40 6 
45.3 
40 8 
51 
40 
48 
45 



43.2 



41.0 
41 8 
43.7 
45.4 
47.5 
49.9 



45.0 
38.9 
39 5 
38 
27 
31 6 
40.0 
40.5 
40.1 
41.. 3 



J3 

u 

S. 

« 
O 





I 



cts. 

35.1 
84.4 
35.1 
35.8 
34 7 
39 1 
83 3 
84.3 
34 7 
34 8 

s;^ 7 

34.0 
34.6 
37.8 
39.3 
32.6 
35.0 
37.3 
35.9 



cts 



69. 

65 

61 

63 

58 



3 

6 
2 
5 



41 4 
38 5 
88 8 
35.6 
36 1 
34.0 
37.0 



60.7 

69 
86 7 
54 
61.7 
64. 
07. 7 
64.8 
66 5 
68.2 
63.4 
68 6 
66.0 
67.3 
66 6 
62 1 
71.6 
55.0 
66.7 



s 



& 



CtSi 



112.9 



70.0 



111.8 
158^8 
166;7 



34.0 


61.9 


41.2 


7i:i 


36.1 


67.4 


;S6.1 


58 1 


33.7 


64.7 


36.7 


62 8 


31. 5 


61.5 


33 6 


62.4 


34.1 


64 


35.0 


65.1 


39.7 


67.2 


43.4 


71.4 


36 2 


65.8 


26.5 


57.1 


27 7 


57.3 


25 8 


52.2 


22 6 


42.1 


20.0 


44 


29 1 


54 8 


30.8 


53.6 


33.2 


54 


30 8 


59 



131.7 
123 
118.5 



125.0 
99.7 

108 
70.0 
65.2 
68.4 
94.7 

110.4 

118 
98 8 



K 



Cts. 

46 3 
48 9 
51 2 

46 9 

57.7 
45.2 
46.5 
49.8 



U 



flB 
XI 

I 

PQ 



8. 



40.0 

46.9 

51 8 

49.6 

50.0 

46. 

55 

47.6 

67.1 



cts. 
47.3 

48.3 

47 8 
52.5 

• • • 

41 5 
47.2 



.0 

7 



50.8 
45.0 
47.1 

'49!9 



52.1 



50.0 
49.8 



47.0 

47 7 
49 
49 4 
50.0 
62.4 



49.3 
48 6 
50.0 
43.5 



7 
.6 



37 
36 
45 6 
44.2 
47 5 
55 8 



48 3 



48.0 
47 3 
48. 7 
47.5 
52.8 
45.8 

■ • • • 

47.0 
50.3 

50;3 



52.7 



48.0 



46.6 
48 5 
49.9 



48.4 
43.7 
45.5 
38 2 
30 

m 

36 8 
39.2 
41.8 
42.2 




5 



cts. 



38.7 
43.8 

34.1 

35!i 
28 5 



43.9 

■ • • ft • « 
• • • • 

40.2 
47.1 



30.9 
37.1 



40.5 



37.7 
36.7 
39.8 



48.0 I 31.3 \ 57.5 U0\.4 \ \S\ ^ \ ?«>.1 



\ 



.5 uov.^y 



\ 



38.0 

31.7 

19.8 

20 

19 

19 

22 

26.1 

26.5 

26.3 



.1 

7 

.6 

6 






d s 

I 






$ c. 



3 
7 



17 
73 
8 79 
8 46 

7 19 

8 08 

6 50 
8 55 
00 
78 
71 



9 
5 
7 
9 27 



7 
7 



60 
27 



11 50 
6 IS 



7 
7 



83 
02 



8 50 



7 
7 



49 
79 



8 00 



7 
6 
7 



07 
67 
17 



11 OS 



7 
7 



00 
76 



8 60 
7 20 



8 07 



70 
83 
96 
8 17 
8 24 



7 
7 
7 



7 
8 
7 
6 
7 
9 

12 
7 
7 

,8 

\ 



99 
48 
72 
22 
18 
68 
30 
56 
64 
20 



d 

I 

i 

o 

PUi 



cts. 

88 3 
37.8 
38.1 
42.2 
47.1 
40.0 
50 
68 

45.3 



t 



ets. 

13.5 
11.1 



17.0 
14.0 

is.e 



« • • • 

85.9 


wis 


33.9 




35.9 


12.0 


47.5 


12.3 


51.1 


13.0 


36.7 


13.5 


46 6 


13.6 


33.6 


11.5 


49.7 


13.5 


47.2 


12.0 


45 9 


16.4 


37.2 


14.5 


37.8 




49.7 


11.8 


45.3 




40.5 


a • 


44.3 


12.8 


37.8 


14.0 


45.5 


18.6 


42.5 


12.6 


• • • • 


18.7 


■ • • • 


13.6 




18 3 


42.9 


13.1 


41.3 


13.2 


43.7 


13.2 


42.6 


13.4 


26.1 


15.4 


.32.8 


14.8 


44.1 


16.6 


39 9 


18.4 


26 2 


18.4 


20 2 


20.0 


35.4 


16.9 


39.5 


18.2 


W\A 


L ^5^^t. 




^^.'^ 



* Avenge for the ten yeari», 1892-1901. 



THE REPORT OF THE 



CHEESE FAOTOKIES. 



1 B b I XXVII. Showing bj oonot; MunioipklitieB of ODtario the Dumber at cheewi factoiiea in opera- 
tioD, the qnuilitr Mid tiIds of cbn >e D»de, the Dumber of pationi uid tbe amouDl paid to pktrom br 
milk delJTMed >t the faottiiea Id 1901, together with the tot&le for the Province for tbe put tea years. 



Si 



Tot»l. 



£4 



Algomftft Uknitoillin. 
' Brut 

Carl'ton . .! 

DuffariD 

DoDdftB 

Darbam 

Blitin 

awi 

FnmteDso 

tilMRBrry 

Oneville 

Grey 

Haldlmaod 

Haliburtini 

HutingB 

Kent .'.'.'..'..'.'.'. 

LaxibtoD 

LeoDOi ft AddingtoD. 

Liooola 

Middlaeex 

Mnaki.ka 

Noriolk 

Northumbsrluid ... 

ODtario 

Ojirord 

Parry Sound and 

NipieeiDg 

Peel and HaltoD ... 

Penh 

Peterborough 

Prf-Boolt 

Prince Edward 

Rmfrew 

Bonell 

Slmooe 

8t"rraoEt 

Victiria 

Walerloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wantworth 

York 

ThePro'viDCet 

1901 

IBOO 

isite 

1898 

189? 

1H96 



lb. 

976.878 
9.9.-i2,B'9 

17.4(16,809 
(15.648,700 

8,G2!I.149 
73,107.'16l 
14 306,632 
43036,116 

2.090,650 
64,S0'>,')H7 
. B5,7.iO,Cfil 



12,873,979 
60,"3aS!6 
10a.B65,709 
6S 931,687 
3.7m H68 



29,217.716 

62,497,6!3 

1.290,928 

106,872,213 



47,31 



4.944,734 
37,00S,621 
22,450.81 G 
42,018,463 
5.412,234 
71,619,727 
20,46l>,3ffi 
7,317,412 
2.671,4" 
13.5:15.031 
6.264.814 
1,!92,3S8 



94,519 

901,654 
1,588 919 
6,34R,ft79 

S22,0"~ 
7,04 1. 1 
].:»0,S86 
.8,924i89l 

188,86.5 
6,196.626 
6,369,861 
6,2.^7,520 

422.6501 



1,00 ... , 

188,316, 

11,132,^88' 

1,401,103 
264,312 

1,181,319 



317 268 
5,267, 130l. 
8aH30| 
2,675,766 
5,710,6421 

llUSiS' 
9,766,653 



360,516 
17,110 

664 310 
488,771 
482.724 
38,07^ 
89.231 
17,036 
1,009.048 
126,081 
•23.661 
106 801 
634,387 
914,269 



.8, I3S 



100,31 
16!i 8-.2 
4,520 787 
4,S61.fiB 
6.418,784 
3,501,840 
2.1411,511 
4, 178 801 
498,81" " 



2,808 1 



175,394 

60,755 
22.098 
113,079 



I 10 9 



0.36! 

1 (V)' 



1,8'9 ^„.™| 

9901 11 .do! 

1.748 10.98, 

239 11.07, 

2.302 10 46 

1,9561 10.40! 

l,88ll 10.701 

3831 10 70 

948 10.86 

12l' 10.42 

4,1591 10 63 

1,182 10.93 

25;)| 11.00 

1,16)1 10.90 

2,451 10 61 

2,622! 10.56 

2,476 10 38. 



2,116 10 96 9 04l 

•76 10.79 9 271 

3.009 10.92 8 93 

2,87l| 10.94 8 98 

160, 10 64 10 liJ 

3,386 10.94 " ■" 



« Icti. 
7.60.177.8 
70,598 70,9 
129,477 74 2 
430,155 77.4 
26,247 71 7 
670,274 78 
103,474 72.3 
311,851 72 4 
16.833 73 3 
497,618 76.8 
427.308 76 7 
410.662 73.3 
32,778 72,4 
78,823 72.4 
13.600 69.3 
900.013 76.1 
113,430 74.0 
30,032 68 9 
91,363 71.0 
46S,W6 77."1 . 
836.898 76.4 
" " "i:( 75 I 
Ij) 72.6 



96 10.5! 



I 



9 35 



2,378 
2,185 
2050 
1,706 



10.96, 9 10 
10.86; 9 16 

10 i4i 9 oe 





10 46 


] m 


10 06 






•AVM 


10 33 




10.74 


4a( 


10 86 


2H^ 


10 85 




10.93 


47; 


10 96 


91 


10.69 



423,41 



173 3 



134,912.617 13.269,073 

127.789,613 13.023,025 

123,32:<.9J3 12.120,887 

128,116,924 10,26" "■" 

137,862.916 11,71 

104.393,985 S 84 

109,230,340 8.60 

97.284.617 9,44 

86.168.719 8,3.^ 

93,818,948 H.95' 



8,^72.0 
al0,744 72.1 
448,816 71.8 
10,436 80.8 
796,081 74. i 

8 390 74 4 
13,158 73.0 
383,903 73.4 
'349.868 73.8 
426,109 77.4 
280 699 76 B 
!K7,761 74.7 
S3's.649 79 9 
87.931 70,1 
p66 617 79,1 
154,744 75,6 
62,891 72 8 
19,2K7 72.3 
100,434 74.3 
46.012 71.8 
9,134 70.7 



I 9 09 10 814.63'! 76.4 

! 10 19 11.062,470 86.6 

; 9 83, 10,682,193^1.4 

; 8 00 8,417.535 61.3 

I 8 5< 9,709 004 66 6 

: 8 28 7.0)0.937 63.B 

.; 7 88 6 9iJ.%2'69.8 

i 9 70 7,931,032 77.8 



1901 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



a 



-^-*- 



AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Tear. 



Farms and Farm Aobeage, 1850 to 1900. 



1900 
1890 
1880 
1870 
1860 
1850 



Number of 
farms. 



5,739,657 
.4,564,641 
^ 4,008,907 
2,659,9H5 
2,044,077 
1,449,073 



Total. 



841,201,546 
623,218,619 
536.081,8;^ 
407 735,041 
407,212,538 
293,560,614 



Number of acres in farms. 



Improved. 



414.793,191 
357.616.755 
284 771,042 
18'<,921,099 
163,110,720 
113,032,614 



Unimproved. 



426,408.855 
266,601,864 
251,310 793 
218,813,942 
244,101,818 
180,528,000 



Average. 



146 6 
186.5 
188.7 
153.8 
199.2 
202.6 



k« S B 



49.3 
57.4 
53.1 
46.8 
40.1 
385 



Values op Specified Classes op Fabm Pbopertt, and op Farm Prodcctp, 1850 to 1900. 



Year. 


Total value of 
farm property^ 


1 

Land improve- 
ments and 
buildings. 


Implements 

and 
machinery. 


Live stock. 


* Farm products. 


1900 

1890 

1880 


$ 

20.514,001,838 

15,982,2r.7,689 

12,104,001,538 

$11,124,958,747 

7,980,493,063 

8,967,343,580 


$ 

16,674,690,247 

13.279,252.649 

10,197,096,776 

9,262,803,861 

6,645,045,007 

8,271,575,426 


$ 

761,261,550 
494,247,467 
406,520.055 
336.878.429 
246,118,141 
151,687,638 


$ 

t3,078,050,041 

t2,208,767,ft73 

1,500,384,707 

1,525,276,457 

1,089,329,915 

544,180,516 


$ 

4,739,118.762 
2,460,107,464 
2,212,540,927 


1870 

1860 

1850 


§2,447,538,668 



* For year preceding that designated, 
t Exclusive of the value of live stock on ranges. 
t Values for 1870 were reported in depreciated cuirency. 
they must be diminished one-fifth. 

§ Includes betterments and additions to stock. 



To reduce to specie basis of other years 



The following figures for the United States are furnished by the Statistician of the Depart- 
ment of Apjriculture at Washington. (May 23, 1902.) 

Wheat. 



- 


Acres. 


Bushels. 


Farm value. 


1901 

1900 


49,895,514 
42,495,385 
44,592,516 
44,055,278 
39,465,066 
34 618,646 
34,047,832 
34,882.436 
'34,629.418 
38,554 480 
89,916,897 


748,460,218 
522,229,505 
547,303,846 
675,148,706 
530,149,168 
427,684.346 
467,102,947 
460,267,416 
396,181,725 
515,949,000 
611,780,000 


$ 

467,3.50,156 
823,525,177 


1899.' 


319,546,269 


1898 


892,770,820 


1897 


428,647.121 


18^6 


310,602,639 


1896 


237.938,998 


1894 


226 902,025 


1893 

1892 

1891 


213.171.881 
822,111.881 
513,472,711 



THB BEPORT OF THE BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 





Acrei. 


BuslieU 


,.„..,„. 




91,349,928 
83,320,872 
82.108,687 
77,721,781 
80.0!l^05l 
SI. 027.1 66 
82.076,930 
62,5N2,269 
7a,0Sfi,466 
70,636,856 
78.204.61B 
64,262,026 


1,692,619.891 
2,105,102,626 
2,078, 143 a33 
1,924.184.660 
1.902.SG7.P33 
2.2H3.87S.186 
2,161.1.18.580 
1,212,770,052 
1,619,406,131 
l,6*.48t.000 
2,060.164.000 
l,l»4,gi6,000 


» 










18M 


6fi2,02.^428 


;^:::;:;:;.:::;:::;;:;.:::::::::;. 


491.lie,96T 
544,9Ki.6:« 
554,719,163 






law 


64 >, 146.6 to 




769,482,17* 





* Host aerioBi crop future of the geaeTBtian. 



Othib Cbofs, 1901. 





Aerei. 


BoBheli. 


F»nn TBine. 




28.641,476 

4.295.744 

1,987,606 

811,164 


736.808,724 
109.932.924 
30,344.8:)0 
16,125,941 


« 










Bwikwb^t 


8,62^318 



In the preparation of the reporti for 1901, all proper weight has been given t< 
jtablished census report on the crops of 1899. 



CROPS IN THE NOETHWEST TERBtTOBIES. 



7e*r. 


Wheat. 


O.U. 


Bariey- 


Aorea. 


BiuheU. 


Act... 


BnahelB. 


Acres. 


Bnrfiel». 


1898 


807.680 
363.623 

412,864 
B0i,6»7 
684,988 


6,1!42,478 
6.^1^fi23 
4.028.291 
12.808.447 


1M,077 
131938 
17fi.439 

326.568 
376,162 


3,(J40,3n7 
4,686,036 
4.336.162 
9,716.133 


17,092 
■ 14.276 
17.044 
24,703 
29,772 


449,513 
8;t7,43l 
383,316 
796.109 






1»08 



OBOPS IN MANITOBA 



Year. 


Wheat. 


Data. 


Burley. 


Acres. 


BaohelB. 


Acre.. 


BuBhels. 


Arre^ 


BoBhels. 


1898 

1999 


1,488,382 
1,6M996 
1.467.S96 
2,01 1,836 
3,039.940 


; mi 


614,824 

439.108 
689.951 
725.060 


17.308 262 
23..1 8.S78 
9.8 4.:iU 
27,796.538 


16a,068 
189 913 

166. in 

191.009 
3J9.79a 


4,277.92r 
5.R7B.IRS 
3 9W.47T 
6,636 151 


ISOl 







K PART IL-CHATrEL MORTGAGES. 


^ 


Tktile BbowiDK by Conntr MnnicipalitieB ni Ondario the total number and amount of Ohattel MortKues am 
with totals for the Province for the past Wo years. 


OODDtiee and Diatricts, 


Ohati 

ToiesQ 
d 


AIL OCODPATIOSS. 


CHATTIL MoBTGAaiB Aqaikbi 
Fabkebs. 


„„M« 


For fotnre 


To aeonra eiistioK 
debt. 


For fottite 


No, 


Amount. 


N. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amonnt. 


No 


Amount. 


Alo«» 


' 182 

339 


133,244 

2d6.021 




« 


98 
112 
432 

89 
162 
209 
1 168 
182 
B95 


« 




9 






6,1a 

* i;ia£ 


76 236 


















ISO 
474 
SBB 
3B9 
780 
IS.'i 
P6 
106 
669 
.131 
1,0»8 
401 

S 
l& 

97 

sao 

188 
308 
2t6 
23fi 
SS8 
21B 
136 
152 
187 
271 
168 
164 

8S 
227 
fiOl 
S46 

48 
201 


73.887 
196.217 
110.990 


60 445 

68.053 
39,663 
76,844 
1M.515 
















.... 




281.891 
BB,163 




fiOC 


HuMimand 

Halton 

Hastings 








lO.OOt 

69f 

9,38( 

1,97 

23^995 
6,043 

11,831 
4.20. 

'■■'4;66o 

161 


47| 5,449 
55 32,494 
513 160.619 


.80,782, 4 
366:7121 41 
219,193 7 
33,i;a4I.... 
178 842 73 

89 184 15 
126,6'« 9 


■'29 


"" 3,6aa 
"""iuifi 

28S4 
277 


Kent 


792 
233 
95 
200 
122 
86 
80 
234 
113 
145 
153 
164 
214 
106 
7i 
96 
93 
149 
112 
115 
16 
159 
302 


188,414 .... 
61.109, 68 
37.988 7 
48.856 6 
96,5631 2 




Leeds and GrenviUe 




126,172 
41,631 
298 484 
84148 
487,SF6 
B8.280 
87,919 
SS3.678 
183.628 
445.997 
99.145 

H7.ono 

140,068 
47.907 

117.6 '6 

109,896 
87.405 

887,909 
90,178 

132'77e 


"■3 

1 




m778 
103,16! 














1,000 
161 








35 753 

eesBO 

255,169 
42 101 
13,460 
65.234 
61.446 
64.'J99 
31,530 




Nnrthnmbetland and Ehirhara .... 


'"e 

3 


1.373 
6,417 

743 




liaio 










Peel 


3 


m 


Perth 


= 


26,069 














3 


394 




MD 

m 


Sainy River 


6,4S0l.... 


8 


13.061 


Simooe 

StnrmoDt. Donda* and Glengarry. 


183 fas 

40,3B4 




18 


3.104 
40 634 




1.392 
134 






3 
3 


a4fl( 








Welland 


266 122.479 


891 18,058 
146 82.1BI 
139, 69,439 
245 121.608 
















25, BOB 
16,340 


'. 


m 




a.341 a, 336,6051 9 


The Province : 


so.nr 
3a8« 

84.798 
32.948 
44,410 
B1 416 


IB* 


17.331 11,669.806 -W 499,184 
18,216 11.067,6«4 29l| 324.628 
19.636 120O1.07CI 283 281.143 
21,144 13,0O4..W 382, 377.SR3 
21.402] 13.180.20'* ;i«7 381 5' 1 
32 OIH 10.ri6B.923 S7S| 4fi6 S98 
21.276 10 601,8931 483 616 fill 
19 342; 8,973.1181 3801 36').367 
18,927 9,215,763 45S 829,724 


8,440 3,ltO,B43 131 
9,.S92 3.95I1.--5S 134 
10 514 8.547 65+ 117 
11,902 3.881.190 201 
11,BS8 3.8Je,Bfi3 206 






1896 




H447 3,378079 240] 6B.B0B 
10.48fl| 3.00B.109 IHB 66,7« 
10,676 8.06i.319 198 B6,6W 




1892 


^Hft. ^^^ ^ d 



>>.« 



INDEX. 



1901. 






Acreage : Total assessed, 2l~Grop8, 32. 
Apples : 34. 

Barley : Description, 9 — Statistics 26. 
Beans : Description, 10— Statistics, 27. 
Bees : Eeview, 15— Colonies, 40. 
Buckwheat : Description, 11— Statistics, 28. 
Bnildings: 40, 41. 

Carrots : Description, 12— Statistics, 30. 
Cattle : Review, 14— Statistics, 36. 
Chattel mortgages : 47. 
Cheese factories— 15, 41. 
Cleared lands : 24. 
Clover seed : 11. 

Corn : Desciiption, 11— Statistics, 29. 
Creameries: 16. 

Crops : Aifea, 32- Ratio per 1,000 acres cleared, 
83— Value, 32. 

Dairy : Review, 15— Cheese factories, 44— Cream- 
eries, 16. 

Flax: 13. 

Frnit and Fruit Trees : Review, 12. 

Hay: Pescription, 11— Statistics, 32, 
^ogs : 38. 
Hops : 13. 
Horses : 35. 

Implements : 40, 41. 

Labor and wages : 17. 

Lands ; Areap, 24— Values, 40, 41. 

Live Stock : Condition of, 14— Values, 15, 40. 

Lucerne : 14. 

Mangel- Wnrzels : Description, 12— Statistics, 31. 
Manitoba : Crops in, 46. 



Maiket prices : 42. 

Northwest Territories : Crops in, 46. 

Oats":; Deswjption, 10— Statistics, 2&. 
Orchard and Garden : 12, 34. 

Pasture lands : 34. 
Peas : Description, 10— Statistics. 27. 
Potatoes : Desciiption, 11— Statistics, 30. 
Poultry : Review, 14— Statistics, 89. 

Rainfall : 8, 2L 

Rape : 13. > " 

Roots : 11. 

Rye : Description, 10— Statistics, 28. 

Sheep : 37. 
Sugar beets : 12. 
Sunshine: 7, 22. 
Swine (See Hogs) : 38. 

Temperature : 5, 19. 

Tobacco : Description and Statistics, 16. 

Turnips : Desciiption, 12— Statistics, 31. 

United States : Agricultural Statistics, 45. 

Values: Farm property, 40— Live Stock, 40-:- 

Crops, 32, 42. 
Vegetation, 7. - •• 

Vineyard, 34. 

Waste lands (swamp marsh, etc.) : 24. 
Weather : Temperature, 5, 19— Sunshine, 7, 22 — 

Rain and Snow, 6, 21— Toronto, 23. 
Wheat, Fall : Description, 8— Statistics, 26. 
Wheat, Spring : Description, 9— Statistics, 2& 
Woodland : 24. 
Wool : 40. 



[48] 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES 



FOR THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



1901. 



PART HI-MUNICIPAL STATISTICS 



(PUBLISHED BY THE ONTARIO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, TORONTO.) 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

TH«E L'EGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO, 




TORONTO: 

Printed by L. K. CAMERON, 

Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty. 

1902. r. 

/ 
/ 



il89^ 



• 'lUNS. 



1903 




TORONTO: 
WARWICK BRO'S & RUTTER, Printers. 



CONTENTS. 



Municipal Statistics : pagb. 

Comparative tables as to population^ assessed values^ taxation and debts of Ontario 
municipalities v. 

Summary financial statement for ^11 the municipalities of Ontario, being the aggregate 
of the several items of Receipts, Disbursements, Assets and Liabilities for ten years 
1891-1900 vii. 

Population, Area, Assessed Values and Taxation in 1900 and 1901 : 

Showing details for municipalities arranged in alphabetical order, together with the 
average rate of taxes per head of population, and the average rate* on the dollar : 

Townships 1900 2 ; 1901 54 

Villages .'1900 32 ; 1901 .' 84 

Towns 1900 40 ; 1901 92 

Cities .1900 48 : 1901 100 

Showing total for township, town, village and city municipalities grouped into county 

limits, and giving comparative totals for *' county limits" for 1891, 1900, 1901. . 122 
Comparative totals for the Province for sixteen years 120 



Heceipts Disbursements, Assets and Liabilities for 1899 and 1900 : 

Showing an abstract statement for municipalities arranged in alphabetical order : 



Townships 1899 2 

Villages 1899 32 

Towns 1899 40 

Cities 1899 48, 116 

Counties 1899 50 



, , 54 

, 84 

92 

1900 100, 118 

1900 .' 102 



1900. 
1900 
1900. 



Comparative aggregate for ten years : 

Townships 106 

Villages (8 years) 108 

Towns (8 years) ,110 

Cities 112 

Counties 114 

Population by Dominion Censuses and Municipal Assessment compared for the three 

years 1881, 1891, 1901, arranged according to municipalities 150 

Exemptions : Showing by municipalities, the exemption by by-law from general taxes, 

though subject to school taxes 129 



\>u.^ , 



PART III.-MUNICIPAL STATISTICS. 



I The following statement ie compiled from the aummacized tablea and gives population, 

I botal asaeseroent, amount of taiei impoeed for 1901, the amount of debenture and floating deht, 

I tof^ether with the amount paid each year by all municipalities of the Province for interest for 

the fifteen yeara 1886-1!)(K). 



1 









1899 
1«98 
1897- 












18B4- 
1893. 






18B1. 
1890. 
1889. 
1888. 
1887 







3,013,860 
2,010,748 
2,0Ol,»6O 
1,990.977 
1.972,286 
1,967,390 
1,988,3191 
1,910,059 
1,909,627 



835,697,607 
813.435,070 
81fl,7BB.473 
809,lS4,a?a 



803,65 



,377 



814.917, 
821,466,166 
826,179,370 
S36,.^'^0,063 
828 211,127 
818,B47,r ■ 
798,6' 6.371 



3,121 1 

,. 7,6441 

,90A,901 761,906,816 
18.654 6^" 



13,341,3 
13,992,8 
12.635,2 
12 222,9 



12,612,6' 
11.803,5' 
11.767,7 
10.8B7.4i 
10,249,1: 



Rate Mills 
per iDn thel Tat«l. 
head. 'doUar 



',172,802 
16 Sfi 66,369,603 
■ 11 64,606.372 
15.19 63,677,475 
14,88 52,948,276 



I 14.99 
i 14 91 
S 16.17 
i 14.30 
!| 14.37 



ll 13.26 
I 12.97 
1 12. S7 



61,896,991 
43,724.B87 
48.083,243 
47,166.962 
43,888,853 
40.720,986 
3H,9S8.332 
34,729,5371 
31,943,3201 
39,924 8631 



7.768,033 
6,303,266 
6,883,736 
6,482,963 
6,261,394 



2,668,988 
2.588.769 
3.578.320 
2.662,607 
2,608,631 
8,482,168 
2,498,294 
3.240,692 
3.0S7,938 
1 999,760 
1.820,690 



* StatiBtici of debts for 1901 are not ret comfilete. 

The following tables show the variationa in population, assessment, taxation and deben- 
ture debt according to the various classea of municipalities, since the Bureau has been receiving 
returns direct from municipalities : 



Yea. 


Townshipa. 


Towni, 


Villagee. 


Cities. 


Total. 






330,412 


126,838 


479.460 


3,028,889 


1900 


1,096,222 


32K.041 


124,637 


467,960 




1899 


1,109.806 


318,146 


133,021 


44S.876 


3,010,748 


1898 


1,110,894 


314.820 


134,747 






1897 


1,113,630 


312,947 


183,560 


430.940 


1.990,977 






;<06,001 








1896 


1,109,631 


300,655 


1M»,889 , 


416,216 
















1898 


1,096,984 


S92,S86 


133,125 


397.666 




189! 


1,103,467 


291,706 


131,690 


S93.664 


1,909,627 




1,116,347 


287.854 


133,691 






1890 


1,118,253 


410,630 


?88.763 


1,917,644 


1889 


1,130,060 


400.B90 


376,961 




1888 


1,13.1,046 


393.461 


353,638 


1.880,146 










1,848,467 


188fl 


1,148,866 


360,006 


319,634 




1 In 1900 Ibfie wete 601 toWDBhip m 


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103 tovns, 136 viUaEes, 1 


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I u 1901 506 „ 










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1 






Total AasBSBBD TiLnB. 




..- 




Year. 


......... 


Towns. 


Villagea. 


Cities. 


Tdtttlfl. 




458,811,936 
454,187,053 
450.962,948 
448,810.060 
444,722.478 
447.1 I7,3a;i 
448.417,369 
451,476.103 
461,629,103 
462,065^668 
454,070,364 

452,467.088 
460.977,2-20 
460.61.1.822 
45fi. 170.163 
452,097,645 


% % 
99,921,877 S9,849.B33 
P6,816.67a 29,082,383 
9n,008,798 80,973.357 
93,B29,:f72 30,768,026 
91,438.646 .10,197.707 
91,369.308 30,006,S,19 
93,648,83fi 29,711,010 
93,066.465 29,007,928 
91.2IS.301 28,463.366 
9.3,867 423 1 38,013 948 
92,555,035 1 37,820,773 


S 

247.114,871 
312.349,661 
239.826,370 
236.077.876 
236.966.646 
246,626.203 
249 691.063 
3.53,6M.874 
251,324 279 
251.334,098 
244,401.222 

230.746,950 
204.474,798 
187,626.719 
167,804,179 
164,204,921 


W6H7,807 
822,436,670 
816,760.473 
809,184,833 
808.626.377 
814,817,633 
821,466,168 
826.179,370 
825.580,062 
836,311,137 
818,847,394 

798,616,271 
761,906.816 
74S,6.'i4.B70 
717,311,938 
631,380,669 




















1891 




106,453,798 
100,413,029 
93.337,596 
88,078.093 










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1 


Ye.r. 






Town-. 


VillB(t«. 


Cities. 


Total. 






4.863.630 
4,696,366 
4.621,803 
4.461,474 
4,407,00,1 
4,3^3,741 
4,473.369 
4,579,044 
4.629,038 
4.599.442 
4,544,291 

4,473,10S 
4^07.717 
4.494.780 
4,431.720 
4.388.401 


* 
2,-^30,691 
2,180,238 
2.106.178 
3.096.791 
2,069,441 
2,006,132 
2,021,466 
1.955,980 
1,944,221 
1,876,420 
1,811.617 


% 

5^9,798 
561,760 
685.3.')6 
670,913 

567;003 
644.111 
520.813 
506,231 
499.576 
493.608 


% 

6,558,336 
6,661,678 
6,321,947 
5,094.789 
5 165,692 
6.367.909 
6,277.691 
6.368,475 
5.444,180 
4.828.133 
4,918,433 

4,282,733 
8,746,868 
3,540,264 
3.109,146 
2,960.136 


S 

13,341,356 
13,992.821 
12,635,384 

ia:3as;966 

12,306,926 
12,139,785 

13,316,429 
12,320.312 
12,533,060 
11,80».670 
11,767,748 

10,897,486 
10,348.198 
9,919,963 
9,300,118 
9.009,886 


1900 





















IS91 
1898 
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1891 






. 


2,161,644 
1,993.623 
1,884.918 
1,759,318 
1,670,848 










1887 













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Yew. 




Towns. 


TillagGB. 


Cities. 


GouDties. 


Total. 


1900 


3.654,167 


11,690,536 


1,187.919 
1,169,898 
1,321,440 
1.160 285 
1,163,096 
1,176,803 
1,132.942 
1,082.478 
1,087,468 
993.945 


40,022,189 
40.036,261 
3'>,506,528 
37,840,377 
37.471.230 
36,462,914 
34.778,181 
33 399,0fi.>! 
33,966.371 
30,353.013 

27,110.713 
20,096.153 
31.769,261 
30,060,923 
18,469,893 


1,717.991 
1.77L.688 
1,781,0.56 
1.803,107 
1,818,982 
3.184.263 
2,360,172 
2,339,692 
2,631.816 
2,747,511 

3.144.008 
3,320.860 
3.403.961 
»,446,891 
3,505,744 


57,172,803 
66 3^9,603 
54,506,372 
63.577,476 
62.948,275 
61.895.B91 
49,724.587 
48,083.343 
47.168,963 
43.888.863 

4a 720,986 
38,988.332 
34,739,637 
81.943,330 
39,934,863 


1B98 


2,649,698 j l6,344,6'0 


1B96 

1895 

1894 

1893 


2.866.904 
2.992,613 
3,943.367 
3,039.823 
3,089,430 
3,118,839 

3,366,617 
3,299,667 
3,409,744 
3,104,«8 
3,163,648 


9,698.0'i3 
9,090,368 
8.611,062 
8,332,3(19 
7.491.878 
6.775.716 


1891 


1890 


7.099. K-48 
6.371.761 
6,146,661 
5,261,078 
4:796.680 


1888 




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)■ New Court Houae. 

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g InclDdJag SII9 to adjoinioti couDtJea. 
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6 Indnding 94.000 from Government for Honee of Refnge. 
c For Howe of Refuge. 
d bttHndmg $4,000 for adjnstineiit ot Bills P&yabla A.cco>t\A. 



THE REPORT UF THE 



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23.681 


13,711 


7,47; 


2O,00C 


17,085 






1.961 


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1.22i 


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1,446 












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10,704 


8,431 


780 


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9.6 li 


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1,608 




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8! 


5.196 


4,761 














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276 
6,867 


6,876 
14,126 


9,604 
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976 


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536 


61,415 


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BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES, 1899. -Continued. 



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60,000 




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76,386 


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1,444 


227.817 
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1,400 


123,494 
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93,355 


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17,648 


656 


4.355 


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31,90a 18,600 


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36.66(1 


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7,692 


92,228 


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17,661 




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211 


19,791 


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66 






85,00t 


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86,18t 






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133,760 
























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13,786 
1,710 




33, SO! 


12,372 


93.000 


5,176 


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31,000 




32,930 


37 








100,000 


46,052 




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1,186 


a,948 


84,663 





■ Reduced 114,000, Windsor ahais of buildings. 

t iDclnding 114,996 depmited to credit of general ucoanb. 

t iDOlDdiDK •1.676 formerly described aa " Bills Parable," but 

§ loolading (61,700 for iron bridgsa. 

II loalndiag 31,700 previouslj' omitted from debentute IJabilitii 

a InoludiDK t7,800 Hospital Trust Funds. 

Alaolnding 116,776 to City of Loudon for Victoria Hospital, 

« ludndiog tlCOOO for irou bridges. 

d latiadiMig $19,S2B ex-Creaaorer's estatit and bonds. 



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43,584 

134,446 
33fiHl 

66,618 

eo,6ss 

8B,B7fi 



3,840 
1,B7B 

9,440 

1,166 
8,607 



I,60S 
3„<M3 
e.037 

26,414 

* Inclndin^ tl,004 from adjoining coDDtieB. 
+ Including S16.B47 from .bun dimeo and estate of ex-' 
t Inaluding- S3,B00 for Bdjuatment of " BilJa Payable 
|] For new Hooie of Kefnge. 



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2,027 


683 


1,06* 


f30 


81 


353 


611 


446 


1,58^ 






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76 


R19 


l.Shf 


354 


39< 


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333 


341 


504 


324 


713 


732 


444 


Z,9S7 


569 




683 


724 


928 


1,764 


427 




.''24 


1,934 


602 


356 


677 


6S4 


646 




931 


1,173 


616 




416 


396 


166 


1,651 


H74 


1.668 


189 


249 


429 


eo7 


489 




736 


471 


GD6 


1,168 


1,1 S7 


1,826 


1,064 


1.772 






569 


65 


602 


3,520 


l.BWJ 


1.363 



3,623 
8,423 
116 
20,174 
674 
2,258 
2,260 
438 
194 
647 
16,2' " 



16.307 
6,415 
3,258 





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25,411; 


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175 




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82 






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160 


353 




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1,792 




200 
160 


87 
169 


1,876 




660 


766 


146 
2,602 


'859 
1,467 




916 



THE REPORT OF THE 



FINANCIAL 8TATBMBHT.- 



DtBbiir>em«au, 1900, —Continued, 



1 BlMlt 

3 Brnoe 

S Ouletnn 

4Dafferiii 

5 Elgin 

6 Essei 

7 Frontenao 

8 Gray 

9 BBldiinaiid 

LO Halibarton 

LlHtltoD 

li SutiD«i 

18 Snron 

14 Kent 

IB Lambton 

L6 Laauk 

17 Leeds kud Greo- 



Tille 

8 L«DDox Mid Add- 

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» Middlesex . 

II Norfolk _ . 

B NoTthnmberluid t 
Dnrhun 

8 Ontkrio 

MOiford 

SPeel 

16 Perth 

IT Petstborongh 

'8 Preaoott and Rus- 

wll 

9 PriDoe Edwftrd . . 

Renfrew 

11 3imooe 

-atormont, Dundw 

and Olengarry.. 

13 Viotoiia 

M Waterloo 

eWeUand 

16 Wdlinffton 

irWentworth 

SYotk 



h I Jl 



13,013 

12.116 
1.1,314 
7,687 
1,358 



4.791 
4,147 
,S,S93 



6,061, 7,766 



3,191 .. 

3.341 . . 

6,570 .. 
10,862 
13.964 
10.247 
14.197 .. 

7,766 .. 

14,461 
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i,a''9 



■10,667 i 
6,:460 . 
16,000 



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13,689 1, 
I 11,000 



S2,400j i 

a,iE7| 



7,006 ' 
10,937 

8,632; 

6,243, 7.367 . , 



16.646 , 

7.018 .. 
9.025 .. 
8,362 .. 
10,386 ., 



l,600i 199 1 



4,794 1,407 
' i',269, ' 949 



28,89H 
6.73» 
28,000 



l(iO,4iB 
57,727 
42.40S 



* Inolading SS,446, epeciHt levy in general ucaunt. 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES, I900.-Cono(ttrf*t 



Action December 31. 1900. 


Liabtlitira OQ Deomber SI, 1900. 








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10,190 








10,19( 


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13.00t 


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1,906 


104,230 






18,630 






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18,30! 


185. QOf 




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30,783 




171. 00( 


•17,18! 


324,090 


371 




46.996 


33,000 






82,967 












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117,001 


168,641 




128, 60( 


17,783 


33! 


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134,955 


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54 


33,537 














































3,864 


2,83S 




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n 




37.69^ 


48,89! 


60,001 




Ue.670 


601 


10.0W 


27,.'»2 


44,358 


l< 


4,337 


86.39: 


Vf 


13,646 


32,81! 




77.00( 




136,612 








16,856 


531 




90,391 


13 








t]B6,0M 


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177.317 


















3,253 


13,061 














13,090 


^^ 






18.479 
23B 






54,000 
138,000 




54.000 
174,048 












191 


lS,29n 


19,636 


936 


36 




60,000 


891 


177 


400 


61.498 


17 


6,681 
G2G 


11.891' 

13 875 


&5.000 




73,675 






80,500 
4,'l61 




19 
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"ioB 


80.519 








m 




68,606 §76,46( 


86.00( 


10.33- 


234,033 






486.36( 




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494.471 
































10,706' 6,157 


01,000 


B41 


72,738 










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3fl 




































227,007 
78.145 






113,888 
31387 






2,379 

i'4no 






26f 




76.386 


1J500 










4,78: 


35 




16,043 17.13! 


126,001 


1,01- 


167.!«7 




130,001 


81.81* 




VI 


3,941 






4,396 


13,B16 8,408 


93,366 


1,964 


iai.639 


839 




38,952 


20,191 


493 


5,641 


66,018 


37 






























1,564' 11 


32,noi 




34.0711 


11 












1,3* 


n 


6,681 


14,349 8,021 


,W,001 


762 


79 698 


23: 




31.311 




78! 


70; 


32,911 


.to 


8,637 


18.087 


110,300 


(1156,000 


14,069 


303,093 


30G 




48,675 






6.814 


62,689 


31 






































1.186 
769 


87,788 
69.873 








19,000 




















17,467 






38.171 


























80,000 


3.695 




3,401 






30,000 






























31,400 


100,00( 


4H,!1SS 


108,398 






32,369 


31,930 


1.117 


3,898 


69,814 


38 



* IncludTDg Sll,748 dae from St. ThomM od aooouot of neir oanrt hooM. 

* Inclndinir $32,633 deposited to credit of genotal aoooant. 
t Including 361,700 for iioii bridiiea. 

3 iDdlQdiDg |tG,DOO loan lo Victorik Hospital and t7.800 Hoipital Trust Fnnds. 

TrOmittingSS,300 written oS. being $8,000 from ^o^tbem Railway atoeh and (300 from agricaltiml 
building stock . 

II Inoluding $30,000 for iron bridRee. 
a Inoladlng HD.OOO for roads. 



106 



THE REPORT OF THE 



No. its 




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A38K83MENT AND TAXATION. ^^H 


8u(nm«rr stitenunt for ths ProTinoe of Oatirio anl of the PjpuUtion aid ArB». M ahnwn by the ataeaa- 
meat rilla, and of Che >BBeaq«d valuea and amoaat of T*iei imposed, as ebowo by thn ao!l>;otinii rolls, 
together with the an rage rate of taxaa per bead of population ass^xaed as rraideDl, and rate ia niilU on 
the doJUr nf total aiKAseil value for the eliteen years, 1886 to 1901, clas»eedaa raral [CowiuhipB) aTb&n 
(CowDB nod iaoorporated villages) nai citiej. 


\ MnnicipaU- 
Use. 


Popula- 


Numberof 
acres 


A«„.d..i.... 1 ■''Bi'SZl'"' 


R«al 

property. 


PoFBonal 
property. 


Taxable 
inoome. 


Total 1 Total. 


Per 

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Milts 
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1901. 






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« 


$ 


S 1 S 


S c. 




TowiMhip... 

Towns 

ViUagea-.. 
OitZ 


1.092.181 
330,412 

136,836 
479.400 


23.636.178 
43,662 


466,406,064 
91.000,970 
27.819.268 

221,342,063 


3.161,826 
T.417,856 
1.962,130 
18.252,098 


344.036 

1,503.661 
238.545 
7,520,212 


458,811.936 4.863.630 
99,921,377 2,330,691 
29.849.9.33 589.798 

247.114,371 6,668.236 


4 45 

7 05 
4 B5 
11 69 


10,6 
23.3 

19.8 
22.6 


Total .. 


2,028.889 


23,938,307 


796,398,356 


29,793,BCe 


9.605,344 835,097,607 13.841.365 


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Townahipa . 

Towns 

Villages.... 
Oitiea 


1,096.232 
326,041 
121.637 
467,980 


33,668,104 
163,116 
07.363 
42,027 


461,636,483 
88,341,678 
27.001 039 

218,659,680 


2,422,994 
6.971.133 
1.851,725 
16,707.100 


328,676 464,187,063 4,656.256 
l,.'i03.962l 96,816.673 2,180,238 

223,619, 29,082.283 664,750 
6,982.881 242,319,6611 6,561,678 


4 63 
11 86 


10.3 
32.5 
19.4 

23.9 


ToCkl . . 


2.013,860 


33,860,640 785,540,780 


27,865.962' 8,938,938 


822,435,670 


13,992,821 


.» 


15.8 


Townships .. 

Towns 

VUlages.... 


1,109.806 
318,146 
133,921 
448,87fi 


33,415,093 447,964,811 
16i,477i 86,935.702 
98.976: 38,765,0«0 
42.316, 214,442,167 


3,779,373 309.066 
6.680.960 1,492.136 
l,951,676j 266,622 
18.076.256 7,307,918 


460,952.948 
96.008.798 
80.973,357 

239,835.370 


4,831.803 
2.10(1,178 
686.356 
6,231,947 


4 16 

6 63 
4 37 
U S3 


10.2 
23.2 

18.9 
21.8 


1 Total .. 


2.010.748' 23,741,8fi0' 778,107,540 


29,387,162 9,365,77l' 816.760,473 


13,536,884 


6 23 


16.3 


Townships .. 

Towns 

Villages ... 


1,110,81(4' 23,S9J.584 
314,820, 166.143 
134,747! 98,316 
440,8S9| 43,034 


446.877.376 
86,676.404 
28,694,694 

311,331,978 


1 
2.696,0841 236,701 
6,421,936 1,631,032 
1,902,7351 370,696 
18.647,341; 8,195,157 


448,810,060 
9*.639,372 
30.768,025 

336,077.37i> 


4.461,474 

3,095.791 

570,513 

8,C94.789 


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666 
4 24 

11 68 


9.9 
32.4 
18.6 

21.6 


L Total .. 


2.001.360' 23,689,106 


771,383,361 


27,667.996 10,233.486 


809,184.833 


12,222.966^ 6 11 


16. t 


1897. 
















' Townships.. 

, ViUaBBs!!;! 
Cities 


1,113,530 
313,947 
133 560 
430,940 


23,360,428 
16fi.3.1g 

- 9:^,240 

40,744 


441.878,364 
83,639.398 
28,314,870 

313,631,741 


2,609.661 234.653 
6..143.065 1,665,482 
1.903,926 278,911 
17,125,603 7,319,403 


444,723,478 
91.438.616 
30,497.707 

236.966,616 


4.407.005 

2.069,444 

669,884 

5.160.692 


396 
6 61 

4 27 
11 98 


9.9 
22.8 
18.7 
31.8 


Total .. 


1.990,977 


23.666,750 


766,341.874 


37.982,166 9,298,318 


803,626,377 


13,306.925, 6 13 


16.3 


I TownahipB .. 

Towna 

1 Tmages.... 

Cities 


1,112,900 
306,001 
132,461 
420,934 


33,172,408 
161,630 
99,607 
40.548 


44 (,066,843 
83.194,843 
27.855,878 

231,911,641 


2.793,097 
H,4h6,69l) 
1.881,680 
16,963,651 


268.444 
1,617,776 

268,281 
7,620,011 


447,117,383 
91,269,208 
30,006,839 

246,625,303 


4,292.741 3 86 
2,005.133 6 65 
557,003 4 21 
6.267,909 12 51 


9.6 
32.0 
18.6 

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1 Total ., 

1895. 

Townships . 

TOWQB 

r//J,^gs.... 
Cities / 


1,972.386 


23,166,B83J 777,049,103 


38,094,018 


9,774,612 


814,917,633 13,123,785 


6 15 


14.9 


l,10B,B3l 
300,055 

416,216 


23,114,3ge 44^,376,439 
163.685] 81,966,120 
94.686 27.672,493 
40,648 326,079,639 


3.762.179 
6,999.890 
1,818,480 
16,852.11 


279.611 
1,681.810 
290,037 


448,417,259 t.47.'),26'! 
93.646,835] 2,021,456 
29.711,010 544.11 


403 

6 72 
4 16 

13 68 


10.0 
31.6 
15.5 
31.1 


Total . . 1 


1.9S7,S9q', a3,402.l6&' 783,992,59 


28.482,688^ \o,a\o.9efi\ m.\w.,w. \a.-s«.,«a\%i^vs>.'i 



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BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. ISt^^ 


^^—^ ASaESSMENT AND T AX ATION.-Confinuerf. 


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Nmnberof 


AeseBied valoea. 


all puipoxsa. 


Keal Pfirsonal 
property. property. 


Taiable 
income. 


Total, 


Total. 


Par Milli 
head, out 


^KsM. 


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S 


. 


$ 


So. 


K"' 


1,108,828 
997.194 

126 387 
408.810 


33.039,610 
163.164 
94,407 
10.560 


448,216,984 2,899.603 
-84.363,681 7.116,396 
26,799,930 1.931,016 
227,578.882^ 17,323,301 


359.818 
1,686.389 

276,983 
7,727,691 


451,476.103 
93,065,465 
29,007,928 

252,629.874 


4.579,044 

1.95'S,980 

620,813 

5.368,476 


4 16 
13 86 


10.1 
21.0 
18.4 
30.8 


^Kt>i-'-- 


1.930,219 


2),327,741 


786,959,477, 29.269,214 9.950,679 


826,179,370 18.3X.312 


6 36 


14.9 


^^KlSSS. 


1,096 984 
41B,410 
897,66.5 


22,969.280 
246,780 
40,258 


448.311,569. 2,957.914 
111,724,238, 8,923,403 
226,179,831| 17.681,330 


369,600 
3,039,029 
7,463,138 


461,629.103 4,629,028 
122,676,670 2,449,462 
251,234,379; 5,444,180 


4 32 

5 90 
13 69 


10,3 
20.0 
21,7 


^Bbtal.... 


1,910,059 23,246,318 


786,316,628 29,462,667 


9,861,757 


836,630.053' 13,622.660 


6 56 


16.2 


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1.102,467 22,Sa5,464 
413 396 228,829 
393.664 40,268 


i 

448,666,182 3.089.303 
110,989 898 8,462,309 
322,997.516 18,928,106 


410,274 
2,489.114 
9,308.478 


452,065,658 4,599,442 
121,911.3711 3,375.995 
261,234,098 4,828,133 


6 75 
12 26 


10.3 
19,5 
19.2 


^^oW.... 


1,909,627, 23,164,661 


782,553,695, .10,469,6111 


12,187.916 


826,211,137 


11,'803,570 


6 18 


14.3 


^^■i;;: 


1,116,347 
410.546 
395.23H 


23.82^326 
227,075 
39.498 


460,659.809 3,101.613 
109,462.163' 8,670.172 
216,091.5851 19,460,4<iD 


40B.B92 
2.343,481 

8,849.177 


454,070.384 
120,376,808 
344.401,222 


4.644.291 
3.305,026 
4,918.432 


4 07 

5 61 
13 44 


10.0 
19.1 
20.1 


Total .... 


1.923,131 


23.091.898 776,113.646 31.132,295 


11.601,653 


818,347.394 


11,767,748 


6 12 


14.4 


Enr.1 

Urban .... 
Oltifls 


1.118,253 
410.630 
388,762 


22,676 390 448,916.986 3,178,614 
2ZS,4S4I 1(I6,363.(]91' 7.878.486 
39,488 202.907.967 19,300.295 


371.4BS 
2,170,656 
8,538,688 


463,467.088 
115.402.233 
330,746,950 


4,473.108 
2,161.644 
4.262,733 


4 00 
6 27 
10 96 


9.9 
18-7 
IB. 5 


Total .... 


1,917.514' 22,939,3221 767,178,0441 30,367,3951 11,080.832 


798.616.271 


10.897,485] 5 68 


13.7 


Ror»l 

Uibui 

atie- .... 


1,180,060 
4001890 
375,961 


32,564,717 
316,632 
38,498 


447,114,443 ■3.470.224 392.663 
96,667.320 7,773.94*1 2,112.633 
177.634,832 18,826.684 8,013.182 


460.977.2201 4,507.717' 3 99 
103,4.53,7981 1.993.623 4 97 
204,474,798| 3,74«.838| 9 97 


... 

18,7 
18.3 


Total .... 


1,906.901 


22,808,747 


721.318,695; .■K),070.863 10.518,268 


761,905.816 


10.248,1981 5 37 


13.6 


Bnral 

TJiban 

<:itiei .... 


1.133,046 
393.461 
363.GS8 


22.348.502 
211.707 
36,961 


433.696,047 
90,416.611 
160,239.817 


26,624.346 395,430 460,616,822 
7.H56.694' 2,0:f9,734! 100,413,03fl 
19,343.906 B,040,596| 187,625,713 


4.494,780 3 97 9.8 
1.8819181 4 791 18.8 
3,540,264 10 01 18. 9 


Total .... 


1,880,145 32,6!17,170 


684,261,876 


SB,926.946 10,476.766 


748,054,67O| 9.919,962 5 28 


13,3 


1887. 

Bnral 

■ Urban .... 
Oitiu 


1,140,138 23,146,295 
377.389, 212,322 
330,930 36.163 


428,372,441 
83,497.910 
140.795,414 


27,381.683 41G,03S 
7,616,983, 2,222,70 
18,226,776! 8,781,99C 


456.170,1631 4.431,720 3 39 
9.1337.5961 1.769,218 4 66 
167,804,179] 3.109.115 9 40 


9.7 
18.8 
18.5 


Tol»l ... 


1.S18.4B7 22,393.780 


653.666,766' 6,1,325,440 


11,420.73! 


717,3Ll,93sl 9,300,113 6 03 


13,0 


Bar*].. .. 
Urbu . . 
OiHos 


1.148.856 21,990.13 
360,005 204,446 
319,634 86,37 


424.856,317 37,289.09^ 
78,531.776 7,381,12f 
]39,231,595j 16,926.71 


1 452,23d' 462,097,646' 4,388,4011 3 82 
2,172!l92 88,078,093, 1.670,818 4 64 
8.047,616 161.204,921 2,950,136| 9 23 


9 7 

19.0 
19.1 


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1.828.495 22,229,95 


633,109,687 51,698,9341 10,673.0381 69 l,380,6w' 9,009,385 U 93 


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F 


THE REPORT OF THE 




No. ss^H 


W^ POPULATION, ASSESSMENT AND TAXATION. ^^M 


Bhowing £ot 1901 the popalation, the area, tha osseaafd Taluea and amount of taxei imnoaad tor iJi 
purpoSBB, inatuDJTe of echuols, as Bti'Wii by the assessment and collection rails, together with the 

CuUDtlee for 1900 and 1891. _^| 




5C 


No. of 
asseued 


Aaaeseed calnes. 


Taxes Impr^ed for M^j^H 


Real 
property. 


Peraonal 
property 


Taiftble 


Total. 


Total. 


Per 
bead. 


""t^^^l 


AlGOUA : 

Towns 

. Totale : 
' 1901.... 
1 190O.... 
! 1891.. . 


10.74 1 

7.azB 


419,470 
8,607 


■S 

3,415,406 
2,907,456 


% 

S6.063 
147,325 


? 

13,646 
56,640 


2,181,115 
3,111.320 


45,208 
52,948 


% 

4 21 
7 33 


is.^^H 

17.0 ^^ 


17,973 
13,678 
7,035 


422,077] 6,342,861 
394,429' 3,494,668 
256,731' 1,917,948 


1S3.3B8 
103.350 
66,911 


69.186 
39,070 
6,620 


6,596,436 
3,635,986 
1,980,379 


98,156 
70.79S 
42,762 


6 46 
6 IS 
608 


17.6 
19 & 
21.6 


BbaST : 

TowQibipa 


13,6S0| 21G,68S 
3,214 686 
16,6H9 3,641 


9,371.982 

898.226 

6,613,648 


47,316 
84,589 
603,050 


12,280 
17,600 
126.107 


9,431,578 
1,0D0,415 
7.340,705 


67.763 4 95 
22.7181 7 07 
146,111 8 81 


7.2 
23.7 
20.2 


City (Braotford} . . 
1 ToMls : 

1901.... 
1900.... 

1B91..;. 
Bhitqe ; 

Towns 

ViJlftgBS 
Totals ; 

1901.... 

1900.... 

1891.... 


3S,4Sa 
33,568 
34,322 

38,347 
7,506 
8,701 


218,912 
319,070 
218,776 

916,678 
4,000 
B,674 


16,883,756 
16.816,173 
16,682,623 

17,647,395 
1,574,864 
1,800,573 


6S4.955 

689:853 

1,090,361 

135,835 
194,200 
234,475 


151.987 
141,285 
233,945 

8,460 
35.650 
13,150 


17,672,698 
17,677.309 
17,006,829 

17,791,680 
1.804,614 
2,038,197 


236.583 
225,021 
189.161 

147,421 
43,562 
40,176 


7 07 
6 71 
5 53 

3 84 
5 80 

4 62 


13 * 
12.7 

11.1 

8.8 ' 
24.1 
19.7 


54,654 
6.5,263 
57,950 


937,362 31,022,831 
911,887 20.820,368 
836,294 31.328,073 


654,510 
488,110 
4SS,235 


67,350 
63,075 
71,975 


31,634.391 
21,361 533 
31,733,373 


331,149 
231,114 
220,072 


4 24 

4 18 
8 80 


10.7 
10.8 
10.1 


TownehipB 

TillaKes 

CitytOltawa) .... 
TotilB- 

1901.... 

1900.... 

, 1891,... 


28,914 
4,363 
66:989 




25 025 




8,314,168 

795,519 

26,069,340 


116,201 
19,346 
570,266 


3 9'( 

4 41 

9 36 


12.6 

24.2 
32 7 


2,214 
3,365 


780,519 
23,933,640 


16.000 
1,636,960 


"'6(18:850 


94,S65 
90,260 
73,383 


669,992 
674,093 
666,854 


33.893,193,1.676.975' 608,850 
32.611,033' 1,308. 425 484,760 
24,928,7161,446,825^ 147,900 


35,079,017 
34.405,10^ 
26.523,440 


704,711 
696,980 
484.615 


7 48 
7 72 
6 61 


20.1 
203 

18.» 


Ddffbbik : 

Towoahipg 

Town 


16,030 
4.100 
1,923 

33,063 
21,214 
20,169 


356,641 
1,511 
856 

358,479 
358,060 


7,693,67.i 24,600 
764.845 1,100 


200 
.8.400 
9.060 

17,650 
16,700 
17,750 


7.718,475 
774.315 
499,470 

8,992,390 
7,739,776 
7,256,343 


70,854 
2i 1,179 
10.381 

101.414 
100,416 
90,326 


4 92 

::: 

i2 


!) 3 

26.1 
30.8 

11.3 
18.0 
12.4 


TolaI«! 
1 1901.... 
J900.... 
1891.... 


8,927,990 
7,656,626 
7,156,943 


46,650 
56,650 
80.650 


Ddndas : 

VillMtes 

Totals : 

litoo;;;; 

1891.... 


13,780 
4,670 

18.460 
18,760 
18,763 


a36.766 
2:767 

239,523 
238,854 
239,3ffii 


5.430,217 
■ 1,118,480 

6,648,697 
6,667,606 
6,833.270 


53,260 
B5.400 

148 650 
1B3.0:'5 
153,400 


7,900 
36,850 

34,750 
29,550 
44,636 


6,491,367 
1,240,730 

6,732,097 
6,740.181 
7,031,295 


69,856 
26,791 

96,646 
94.990 
73,347 


607 
6 74 

6 24 
5 06 
3 91 


13.7 ' 
31.6 

14.8 
14.0 

10.4 


Durham : 


17,8f.9 
6,819 
i;60fl 

26.193 
ST. 017 
■10.S72 


871,936 
3,980 


9.575,041 


16,6601 4,SO0 
202,160 60,310 


9,595,991 
3,637,700 
377,416 

12.611,106 
12,911, 8.13 


72,941 


4 08 


,.e ■ 1 




6,693l 4 45 17.7 

133,1>72 6 09 10.7 
127.956 4 73' 9,1 


k 1901..,. 
^^ }SDO....) 


378,a03 12.213.386' 23l.no| 66,710 
S7H.694 12.600 013 243,1751 68 706 
S74fim I.S,095,e60 288,7801 111,620 


A 









1901 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



123 



POPULATION. ASSESSMENT AND TAXATION .—aontinued. 



Municipalities. 



Elgin : 

Townships 

Town 

Villages 

City (St. Thomas). 
Totals : 

1901 ... 
1900.... 
1891.... 

Essex : 

Townships 

Towns 

Viilaj?e 

City (Windsor) ... 
Totals : 

1901.... 

XlKMi .... 

1891.... 

Frontenac : 

Townships 

Villager 

City (Kingston)... 
Totals : 

1901.... 
1900.... 
1891.... 

Glengarry : 

Townships 

Villages 

Totals : 

1901. .. 
1900.... 
1891.... 



Grknville : 
Townships 

Town 

Villages . . 
Totals 



Popu- 
lation. 



No. of 

acres 

assessed. 



24,440 
2,186 
2,226 



11,90 



40,755 
41,056 
39,868 



32,829 

10,770 

563 

12.642 

56,804 
56,080 
61,167 



20.453 

845 

18.260 

39,558 
39,630 
40,475 



17,076 
2,960 

20,036* 
T9,495 
20,113 



1901 . . . 
1900... 
1891... 



Grey : 
Townships 
Towns . . . 
Villages . . . 
Totalb 



1901. 

1900 

1891 



Haldimand : 
Townships 

Town 

Villages . 
Totals 



19,227 
19,187 
19,441 



Assessed values. 



Real 
property. 



435,837 

53^ 

2.420 

1,700 

440,495 
440,445 
440.784 



430,938 

4,691 

327 

2,020 



12,520,821 

618,810 

483,676 

4,148,812 

17,772,018 
17.720,036 
17,034.080 



Personal Taxable 
property income. 



11,779,533 47.176 

3,319,0221,023,433 

58,317 2,600 

5.072.163 181,400 



54,545 

73.600 

53,926 

264,760 

446,8201 
447,990 
393,926 



Total. 



Taxes imposed for all 
purposes. 



$ 



5,770 12,581,136 

13,235 705.645 

3,050 540,550 

153,576 4,567.137 



437.976 20,229 035 1,254,608 
438,157 20,060,52411,223.595 
433,500 18,140,8621,212,603 



690,408 

216 

2.300 



4,657,053 

137,850 

6,593,043 



692,924' 11.387,946 
693,482 11,445,491 
676,665 11,408,646 



289,434! 3,838,173 
1,060. 451,840 



290,484 
286,848 
289,394 



i 12,564 271,381 
2,926 1,182 
3,737. 1,445 



274,008 
273,951 
274,335 



48,791 1, 064,479 
13,307 9,560 



3,208 



1,830 



65,306 l,07^869 
65,333.1,072,010 



1901.... 
1900.... 
1891..,. 



66,278 



14,978 
2,142 
2,869 

19,989 
20,545 
20,683 



1,069,014 



4,290,013 
4 193,650 
4,219,906 



4,479,359 
875,605 
943,515 

6,298,479 
6,193,919 
5,334,372 



16,306,779 

3,719,084 

470,925 

20,496,788 

20.243,164' 

20,267,490 



280,009 6,928,890 



941 ; 
1,948 

282,898 
283,520 
282,869 



620,790 
518,384 



10,520 

27,900 

670,950 

709,370 

707,445 

1.094,246 



5,650 
10,650 

16,300 
14,435 

56,975 



5,550 
31,300 
73,650 

110.500 
111,100 
105,206 



73,425 

265,876 
34,400 

873,700 
315,991 
330,610 



26,400, 
64,600 
38,550 



8,068.064 

7,989,886\ 

8,177,045\ 



129,4501 



175,6:^0 
203,701 
216,215 



5,200 
69,290 

' 52, 300 

126,790 

129,290 

70,294 



6,000 

1C,000 

252,050 

268 050 
273.775 
470,190 



200 



200 

200 

2,780 



2.600 
10,209 
18,960 

31,750 
35,800 
40,150 



2,300 

52,782 

2,450 

57,532 
46,495 
82,000 



2,0^0 
3,300 
6,500 

10,850 



I 



18,394.468 
18.371,726 
17,643,220 



11,831,908 

4,411,745 

60,917 

5,305,863 

21,610,433 
21,413,409 
19,423.759 



4,673,573 

175,750 

7,516,043 

12,365,866 
12,426,711 
12,973,080 



3,844 023 
462,490 

4,306.513 
4,208,285 
4,279,661 



4,487,509 

917,105 

1,036,115 

6,440,729 
6.340,819 
5.479.727 



16.382,504 

4,037,741 

507,775 

20,928,020 
20,605,650 
20,680,000 



6,957,340 
688,590 
562,434 

8,208.364 



Total. 




$ 



156,114 

19,716 

9,791 

128,991 

314,612 
293,585 
231,548 



202,571 

88,939 

1,272 

142,303 

435,135 
431.796 
857,096 



91,121 

4,249 

149,839 

245,209 
240,959 
220,1^85 



53,233 
10,176 

63,409 
59,656 
48,227 



46,161 
21,406 
16,649 



285,954 
277,103 
256,121 



64,217 
13.026 
11,445 



$ c. 



6 39 
9 02 

4 40 
10 84 

7 72 
7 15 

5 81 



6 17 
8 26 
2 26 

11 26 

7 66 
7 70 
6 98 



Mills 
on the 



4 
5 



46 
03 



8 21 



6 
6 
5 



20 
08 
44 



3 12 
3 44 

3 16 
3 06 
2 40 



3 67 
7 32 

4 46 



84,216, 4 38 
81,806 4 26 
67,618 3 47 



177.825! 3 64 
96,549; 7 26 
11,580' 3 61 



4 38 
4 24 
3 86 



4 29 
6 08 
3 99 



12.4 
27.9 
18.1 
28.2 

17.1 
16.0 
13.1 



17.1 
20.2 
20.9 
26.8 

20.1 
20.2 

18.4 



19.5 
24.2 
19.9 

19.8 
19.4 
17.0 



13.8 
22.0 

14.7 
14.2 
11.3 



10.3 
23.3 
16.1 

13.1 
12.9 
12.3 



10.9 
23.9 
22.8 

13 7 
13.4 
12.4 



9.2 
48.9 
20.3 



88,688 4 441 VQA 



m 
















^f 124 




THE REPORT OF THK 






No. »8 


POPULATION, ASSESSMENT AND TAXATION 


-...,,.w. 




Popu- 

Ution. 


No. of 
aas^xwd. 


Aaaesaed «>liiea. 


TaxsB inpoMd for aU 1 

purpoaei. .| 


Real 
property. 


Fecaonal 
propeHy 


Taxable 
Inoonie. 


Tot.l. 


Tot«l. 


Pet 


Mill, 
on the 

S 


Haobobtob : 
,T„n.b,g., 

1900.... 
1891.... 

V^ .Townrtip. 

^^H TOWDH 






S 


3 


S 


SI 


* 


S c 




6,963 
6,868 
6.767 

11,882 
3.029 


563,213 
669,283 
663.158 

226,667 
1.700 
1,789 

229.0S6 
228.859 
227.45S 


496,444 
601,066 
479.332 

7.465,316 
814,013 


9,626 
9.376 
11,466 

46,370 
46,800 
71,400 

183.570 
143.525 
154.890 


80O 
600 
200 

14.275 
8,600 
5900 


606,889 
511,030 
490,998 

7,514.960 
869,318 


19,980 
81,838 
20.747 

50,764 
18.379 


3 36 
373 

3 60 

4 37 

6 07 


39.4 
43-7 
43.3 

6,8 
21.1 


^^M 1901.... 

^m^ 1900.... 

1S91.. 


19,040 
19,11! 


9,285,622 
9,235,425 
9,354,865 


28,676 

a7;390 

47.075 


9,417,767 
9.396.340 
9,656,2.S0 


87.970 
86.202 
88,019 


4 63 
4 61 
4 36 


9.2 
9.3 


Hasting a : 
TownahipB 


33.S82 
7.928 
8,9H 

10,104 


1.036,123 
8,333 
8,018 
1,700 


9,081,010 
1,746.556 
747,766 
3.517,183 


8,460 
64,420 
67,165 


3,600 
21,700 

7,650 
86,350 


9,092,960 
1,822,676 
882,580 
3.902,673 


127,759 
46,350 
16,647 
87,809 


3 83 
6 72 

4 36 
869 


■14.1 
24.9 
20.3 
33.6 


^^B V9OI.... 
^H 1900 .. 


66,;<23 
65,737 
51,908 


1,042.176 

1,036,074 

986,368 


16,122.461 
16,169,487 
15.864,056 


400136 
383,976 
268.205 


118.200 
102,7fi0 
112,350 


16,640,789 
15 666,213 
16,334,610 


277,665 
383,900 
273.267 


602 
5 09 
4 96 


17.7 
18.1 
16.8 


■ 1="-.::::: 


4S,011 
10.966 


798,621 
3,060 


26.7P6.896 
2.803,190 


108,626 
224.240 


4.6D0 
46.600 


26.900,021 
3.073.939 


181,599 
71.900 


428 
6 66 


6.S 
23.4 


^^B 1901.... 
IH 1900.... 
^■T 1S91...- 


69.610 

60.112 
61,272 




806,233 30,901,789 
806.148,30 617.224 
802,412 30,383.338 


466,730 
431,090 
456,085 


69,650 
69,260 
137.880 


31,427,059 
31.107.664 
30,977,303 


379.838 
267,302 
360,968 


4 69 
4 4f 
486 


8.9 
8.6 

8.4 


KmT; 

Towna 

VillMtea 

^^H 1901.... 
^^H 1900.... 


33,016 
9,371 
1,939 
S,65» 


664,681 
4.442 
961 
1,660 


17.693,243 

2,038.274 

389,010 

3,402,927 


41,085 
189,660 

33,000 
132,900 


60;96C 


17.736,778 
2.2»S,I34 
428,410 
3.698,777 


24e.513 

67.5!'8 
13,578 
99.426 


7 47i 13.9 

6 14! 25.7 

7 00; 31.7 
11 48 37.6 


62,983 
63,612 
62,236 


571,737 
674.316 
674.299 


23.52S,4B4 
23,431,732 
23,297,095 


306,546 
383,690 
385,300 


79,100 
88,900 


23,999,099 
23,904.24a 
23,797.788 


417,066 
408,474 
380.736 


7 87 
7 54 
7 29 


17.4 
18.9 

IG.O 


' Laubtos . 


32.762 
13,601 
6,767 

68,130 
52 453 
63,181 


658,708 14,364,087 
6.100 3,416.967 


35.200 
240, 15( 

BHllsSS 
389,746 


2,150 

123.727 

4,650 

130,637 
125,580 
138,197 


14.401,437 
3,779.834 
1,186,962 

19,367.223 
19,367,029 
19,741,999 


304,321 

85;939 

336,688 
338,176 

S2a:si3 


684 
7 74 
450 

6 44 

6 26 
6 07 


14.3 
37.9 
81.9 

17.3 
17.0 
16.4 




1901.,.. 
1900... , 
1891.... 


668.631 
670,169 
671,024 


18,887,326 
18.770,064 
19,214.066 


t'F—ip. 

^^V ToWDI 


19,076 

ie.l6B 

901 

36.143 
36,639 
36,274 


672,423 
3:150 
8.692 

678.265 
680,983 
676,049 


6,323,678 

3,791,080 

165,425 

9,280.183 
9,233,896 
8.218,283 


30,890 
315,600 
16.060 

362.550 
414,896 
436.696 


200 
61,450 

62,900 
65.260 
76,150 


8,364.768 

4,168,130 

188,736 

9,705,633 
9.n3,841 
8,730,128 


67,739 
91,809 
4,136 

163,674 
166,892 
128,606 


3 66 12.7 
6 68 32.0 

4 58 33.6 

<m1 ,s.. 

4 29 16,8 
3 66 14.8 


■"■ 1901 ... 
1900... 
1891.... 


^^^ T.'WDshipa 


20,773 
12,582 
1,836 


470.578 


7,031.137 


46.970 

263,826 

5,600 


12.050 
46,050 
3.160 


7,090.167 
4,657,068 
369.990 


97,968 
106,905 

6,194 


4 72 13.8 
8 491 33.5 
3 89 19.3 


W iSS:::: 

1S91....I 


1,3881 231,340 


3I.6S0 
S5. 013 
95,7031 


474,389 11,540.670 
470.404 11,500.369 
480,104 10,492.037 


316,295 
284,430 
461,125 


60,250 

6R,360 

\ 132,80 


11,917,215 


i vilisf 


6 06 17.6 
















:»■ 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



POPULATION. ASHESSMENT AND T AXATION.-Coiiiinii(d. 



1 



Aiseaaed values. 



LcNHDX A: 

Addington : 

TowDshipe 

Town 

ViU.K« 

TDt»l9 : 

1901 . 
1900.. 
1891... 

LlHOOLM- : 

Townehipa 

Town . . , 

Tillwte 

Oily(3li.C»thVo 
ToUla; 

1901.. 
1900... 



Masitoulin : 
Toniubips . 

TowDa 

Totala : 



MlDDLEBEI : 

Townahfps .... 

Towns , 

VillaRss 
City (LondoD).. 
ToUIh: 

1901.. 

1900., 



446,267 
44S,9fl5 
427,a2« 



6,866,921 
918,879 
234,674 

8,000.474 

7,oi7,t*r- 

7,634,630 



48,640 
84,700 
5,050 



9,700 6,B}6,261 
30,900' 984,479 

4,300 234,024 



191,699! e,9(,g,669 12G,S: 



90,418 
90,917 
87.782 



3,000 8,784,410 

196,80S[ 12,584,298 
196.668 12.497.447 
196,^91 11,060,214 



325,981 
314,425 
316,716 



2,760 
3,2H3 
4,078 

767,012 
766,769 
767,557 



923,988 73,050 
866,032 64,836 
782,513 138,162 



18,660 



I6,023;038 1,719.650 549,230 

40,693,000.1,1 , . 
40,505,183 1,878,090 
38.2iLa, 961,1,664,625 




670,506 



11.0 
26.6 

21.9 



13,581,336 210,076 

]3,418,3I5[ 20 

13,680, S89i 17 



3,460 



985,777 
936,062 
792,590 



4.1,028, If. 
43,954,678 
40,891.881 



3,012,410 
2,765,925 
2,036,439 



3,268,382 
2,184,864 
1,124,366 



6,480 

19,703 
17,728 



3 70. 22.9 . 
3 361 23.S 
3 12 22.3 



73.843 
66,627 
34,061 



8,437,017 
37 ,900 ; 944,i;i0 
4,930 834.560 






126 



THE REPORT OF THE 



No. Id8 



POPULATION. ASSE3SME!IT AND T A X A T I N .— Co**«nucd. 



Municipalities. 




NOBTHUMBBBLAND . 

Townships 

Town 

Villages 

Totals : 

1901.... 

190O.... 

1891.... 

Ontabio : 
Townships 

Towns 

Villages 

Totals : 



1901.... 
1900.... 
1891.... 

OXFOBD ! 

Townships 

Towns 

Villages 

City (Woodstock). 
Totals : 

1901.... 

1900.... 

1891... 

Pabbt Sound : 

Townships 

Town 

Villages 

Totals : 

1901.... 
1900 ... 
1891.... 

Pjcel: 

Townships 

Town 

Villages 

Totals : 

1901.... 

1900.... 

1891... 

Pbbih : 

Townships 

Towns 

Village 

City (Stratford) . . 
Totals : 

1901.... 
1900... 
1891.... 

Petbbbobouoh : 

Townships 

Town 

Villages 

Totals : 

1901... 

1900.... 

Ifi9l . . 



23,022 
4,349 
5,682 

33,053 
33.205 
36.045 



27.416 
8,120 
3,328 

38 864 
39,463 
42,971 



27,865 
6,676 
1,987 
9,267 

45,785 
45,588 
46,910 



11,790 
2,628 
1.234 

15,652 
15 285 
12,739 



16, .371 
2,813 
1,163 

20.352 
20,372 
22,180 



28,141 

7,961 

703 

10,451 



No, of 

acres 

assessed 



434,925 
2.416 
5.002 



Assessed values. 



Real 
property. 



9,997,838 
1,407,442 
1,566,967 



Personal 
property 


Taxable 
income. 


.$ 

47.400 

77,160 

1 90,260 


$ 

6,600 
28,350 
13,020 



Total. 




442,343' 12,972.247 



443,112 
441,097 



500.6.^0 
6.700 
1,564 



12.950,08.) 
13 483,789 



14,489,226 

2,372,320 

755,393 



508.894 17,616,939 
508.750 17,390,910 
509,797 18,724,237 



472.008 
4,100 
1,844 
1,525 

479,477 
479,195 
478,758 



571,184 

805 

1,070 

573,059 
582,657 
510,974 



288,377 

1,222 

967 

290,556 



19,084.122 

2,068.886 

478,928 

2,550,650 

24,182,585 
24,145,686 
23,882,034 



1,927,127 
409,180 
194,411 

2,530,718 
2,490 862 
1,998,248 



9,199,570 

♦888,584 

291,275 

I 

10,379,429; 



290,218] 10,413,660 
290,133 10,602,880 



519,819 

5,684 

490 

2,335 



19,585,664 

2,416,988 

137,925 

3,758,356 



47,256 528,828 25,898,9S2 
48,139 627,608 25,884 370 
48.417! 524,329 24,782,664 



18,848 571,356 



10,985 
4,801 

34 634 
34,515 
52, .9^4 



1,282 
2,664 

575,302 
574,368 
.5^9.901 



7,184,534 

4,147,885 
1,082,769 

12.415,188 
12,285,917 
12.032 919 



214,810 
207,675 
365,400 



66,890 

124,975 

52,600 

244,465 
253,116 
419,420 



100,926 

108,000 

30,425 

165,950 

405 301 
383,975 
310,966 



35,188 
32,200 
29,493 

96,883 
87,520 
76,662 



22,850 
44,750 
22,650; 

90,250 

88,950 

143,670 



I 



20,300 

210,339 

7.100 

164,400 



333,955 



5,550 

297,300 

62,225 

365,075 
309,815 
.311,700 



47,870 

47,220 

103.850 



8,950 

55,035 

8,030 



72,035 
71,295 
83,490 



10.850 

20,550 

7,200 

44,950 

83,550 

88,500 

120.270 



300 
900 



1,200 
1,050 
8,050 



1,600 

19,500 

1,600 

22,700 
22,750 
47,795 



2,700 
39,657 

80.780 



402.139 123,137 
404. ROO 115,780 



174.435 



1,000 

89.650 

6,600 

96,250 
120,500 
2?6.655 



10,051,738 
1,512,942 
1,670,247 

13,234,927 
13,204,984 
13,953,039 



14,565,066 

2.552,330 

816,043 

17,933,439 
17,715,320 
19,227.147 



19.195,898 

2,197.436 

516,563 

2,761,550 

24.671,436 
24,618.161 
24.313,270 



1,962,615 
442,280 
223,906 

2,628,801 
2,679,432 
2,082,960 



9,224,020 
952,834 
315,626 

10,492,379 
10,525 860 
10,794,845 



19,608,664 

2,6^^6,984 

145,025 

4,003,586 

26,424,208 
26.404,710 
26,291,064 



7.191,084 
4,634,835 
1,150,594 

12,876,513 
12,715,3.32 
12.571,274 



Taxes imposed for all 
purposes. 



89,373 
33,466 

28,188 

151,027 
147.915 
150,626 



117,653 
56,447 
16,672 

190,772 
185,608 
195,392 



160,714 
52,606 
10.978 
65,399 

289,697 
270,886 
245,899 



33,439 

13,740 

5,776 

52,955 
51. .529 
34.350 



74,692 

21,731 

4,833 

101,256 
93,668 
96,036 



170,982 

62,678 

2.642 

99,578 

336,775 
321,967 
281,161 



71,421 
83,763 
21,043 

176.217 
166,781 
148 049 



$ c. 



3 88 



7 
4 

4 
4 

4 



70 
96 

57 
45 
18 



Mills 
on the 



4 29 
6 95 

5 01 

4 91 
4 70 
4 55 



6 
7 
5 
7 

6 
6 
5 



2 
5 
4 



77 
88 
52 
06 

33 
94 
24 



84 
23 
68 



3 38 
3 37 
2 70 



4 56. 
7 73 
4 14 

4 98 
4 60 
4 38 



6 
7 
3 
9 

7 
6 
5 



3 

7 
4 

5 
4 
4 



08 
87 
62 
63 

11 
69 
81 



79 
62 

88 

09 
83 
57 



8.9 
22.1 
16.9 

11.4 
11.2 
10.8 



. 8.1 
22.1 
20.4 

10.7 
10.6 
10.2 



8.4 
28.9 
21.3 
23.7 

11.7 
11.0 
10.7 



17.0 
31.1 
26.8 

20.1 
20.0 
16.5 



8.1 
22.8 
16.3 

9.7 
8.9 
8.9 



8.7 
235 
17.6 
24.9 

12.7 
12.2 
11.1 



9.9 
18.6 
18.3 

13.7 
18.1 
11.8 



*Od paf^e 94 the aP8e»8ed value in Brampton sbould read ^%'i,«i\ va%V.ft«.dol %^<%^t^M. Mills on $ 
should read 22.8 instead of 22. 4. The error was repotted \>7 t^e cVcxVl alV.w ^i>Ci»^. ^i\}iou\x«!\\^^xi Vrai\M\. 



BUREAU OF INDDSTRIFS. 



POPULATION, ASSESSMENT AND TAX ATION. -ConiH 



291,764 
3,030 
3,913 



2,291,047 
BOS, 071 
130,775 



3;o6B 


171073 


12,236 
1.894 


982,662 
3,611 
851 


48.836 
47,548 
41,731 


986,924 
980,462 
919.386 


15,098 
3,117 


2S2 063 
1,700 


17,216 
lfi.6?7 
15,466 


353,753 
353,556 
354,339 


60,393 
25,144 
3,830 


965,512 
12,014 
3.066 


78,467 
77.927 


980,692 
B78.S3H 



4,897,663 
2, 706,(97 
304,280 



,625, 3f 

,133, H 

t,e05 18,331,330 



33.769 249,627 6,292,026 
2B,790 219,6fi8 6,241.6'" 
23,6X6 254,263 4,7M8,e; 



8,401 270,050 2.«5I,2B0| 
7,875 276.713 2,675,681 
4,4881 206,3971 3,708,903 



10,000 
10,910 
6.2UD 



12,484 232,116 6,239,260 

662 1,232,902 

Dou 1,6621 205,667| . 

16.704! 334,310 6,677,819 83,400 

16,908 334.649 6.664,;r 



92,893| 2,277.044 
103,348 2,245.116 
" 057,018 



14,625 . . 
15,513 . , 
11,376 ., 



68.016 .. 

533.710 
390.056 
405.916 




2,037,151' 66,533 3 28 3T.7 
1,997,544' 53,964' 3 18 26.6 
1,914,100 38,220, * ■ -- - 



9,050 16.314,737 

6,371,779 

680 674 

23 267.190 
21,633,734 
18,874.346 



)6.640 29,f>O0 5,427 6( 



74.303, 10 26 



128 



THE RErORT OF THE 



No. S8 



POPULATION, ASSESSMENT AND T AX AT 10^ ,— Concluded. 



Municipalities. 



Victoria : 

Townships 

' Town 

Villages 

Totals: 

1901.... 
1900 ... 
1891.... 

Waterloo : 

Townships 

Towns. 

Villages 

lotals: 

1901.... 
1900.... 
1891.... 

Welland : 

Townships 

Towns 

Villages 

Totals: 

1901.... 
1900.... 
1891.... 

Wellington: 

Townships 

Towns 

Villages 

City (Guelph.).... 
Totals: 

1901.... 
1900.. . 
1891.... 

Wentworth : 

Townships 

Town 

Village 

City (Hamilton). ^ 
Totals: 

1901.... 
1900.... 
1891.... 

York: # 

Townships 

Towns 

Villages 

City (Toronto) . . . . 
Totals: 

1901.... 
1900. . . . 
1891..., 



Popu- 
lation. 



No of 

acres 

assessed. 



19,308 
6,929 
3.587 

29.824 
30,661 
30,153 



22,932 

26,120 

3,131 

52,183 
52,428 
48,349 



16,339 
8.663 
5,260 

30,252 
29.313 
27,901 



30,991 
5,636 
5,744 

11,271 

53,642 
54,307 
56,017 



21,960 

3,212 

567 

53,781 

79,520 
79,011 
75,141 



40,146 

11,810 

7,229 

205,887 

265,072 
258.036 
226,303 



Assessed values. 



Real 
property. 



599,289, 7,641,340 
1,550. 1,767,500 
2,026 621,620 
I 

602.8651 10,030,460 



601,366 
574,952 



306,816 
8,506 
l,96i 

317,284 
317,366 
317,392 



10,016346 
9,796.581 



12,677,024 

8,058.640 

857,431 

21,593.095 
21,431,980 
22,018,776 



Personal 
property 



Taxable 
income. 



16,850 

167,950 

44,575 

229,375 
216.740 
202,330 



61,475 

783.100 

87,255 

931,830 
905,725 
767,395 



227.714 6,606.638 167,005 
2,567 
1,921 



1.000 

82.550 

1,0C0 

84.550 
36,050 
61,800 



10,760 

151.250 

8,800 

170,810 
182 059 
200,626 



4,400 
3,107.677; 144,760 19,400 
1,434,565 93,680 17.200, 



232,202 11,148,780 
231,654 11,060.403 
231,380 10,246,617 



627.790 18,231,396 

3,196 1,393,9€0; 

4,152 1,274,610 

3,210 3,471,010 



638.348 
637,901 
637,580 



24,370,876 
24. 307, 607 i 
21.538,475 



405,435 
382,980 
398,730 



87,825 
116,875 
103,640 
243,800 

552,140 
606,970 
695.395 



272,303 12,237,593, 72,458 

550 826,145 84,900 

823 126,0001 6,660 

3,990, 23,868,262 2,608,313 



277,166 37,057,000 2,672,321 
276,915 87,015,755 2,554,376 
276,824 32,428,309 3,391,130 



536,016 
5,911 
5,014 
9,638 

556,579 
567,319 
563,749 



22,836,308 
3,804,267 
1,859,948 

116.686,152 

I 
145,085.676 

142.838.577 

168.041.464 



58,650 

174,450 

58,790 

9,063,643 



41,000, 
49,450 
71,990 



15,290 

16,450 

7,600 

63,260 

101,490 
100.290 
170,360 



14,200 
30,900 

724,250 

769.350 
797,920 
980,635 



13,500 

33,900 

14.635 

4,760,070 



Total. 



Taxes imposed for all 
purposes. 



Total. 



7,659,190 

1,968,000 

667,196 

10,294,385 
10,269,186 
10,060,711 



12,749,259 

8,992,990 

953,4861 

22,695,735 
22.519,764 
22,986,797 



6,778,043 
3,271,727 
1,545,446 

11,695,215 
11,492.833 
10,717,337 



18,334.611 
1,526.286 
1,385,650 
3,778,060 

25,024,506 
26.014,867 
22,404,230 



12,324,261 

941,945 

s 131,650 

27,100,825 



91.117 
52,960 
12,057 

1R6.13I 
151,266 
146,482 



101,574 

173,465 

14,746 

289,784 
272,180 
210,866 



73,572 
83,540 
25,191 

182,303 
168,483 
133,562 



137,739 
36,731 
28,280 
89,242 

291,992 
301,812 
279,069 



87.931 

23,125 

1.785 

638,314 




40.498.671 651,165 
40,368.051 647,103 
36,800,074 540,046 



22,907,468 226,870, 

4,012.6171 91,372 

1,933,373' 40.246 

130.399,866 2,903,113 



4 

7 
3 



c. 

72 
64 
36 



5 24 
4 93 
4 86 



Mills 
on the 

$ 



4 
6 
4 

5 
6 
4 



43 
64 
71 

55 
19 

36; 



4 

9 
4 

6 
5 
4 



50 
65 
79 

03 
75 
79 



4 44 
6 52 
92 
92 



4 

7 



5 
5 
4 



44 
66 

98 



8 19 
8 19 
7 19 



9,345,533 4,822,105 
8,488,957 4,222,870 
9,997,410 5,467,692 



5 

7 

5 

14 



64 

74 
67 
10 



159,253,313 3,261,100 12 30 
155,550,404 8,256,913 12 62 
183,506,656 3,350,0561 14 80 



11 9 
26 9 
18.1 

15.2 
14.7 
14.6 



8.0 
19. a 
15.5 

12.8 

12.1 

9.2 



10.9 
25.5 
16.3 

15 7 
14 7 
12.5 



.7.5 
24.1 
20.4 
23.6 

11.7 
12.1 
12.5 



4 00! 7.1 

7 20 24.6 

3 15 13.6 

10 Oil 19.9 



16 1 
16 
14 7 



9.9 
22.8 
20.8 
22.8 

20 5 
20.9 
18.3 



[.- 



^^^•S BUREAU OF ItfDOSTRIES. 




129 


POPULATION. 

of ODtkrio, H Uken by the MuaEclpal Asaesaar*. for the three Geanat yeara, 1901. 


«. the Population 
1891 and 1881. aa 


h 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1 
J 

1890 

tool 

1901 

1894 
1893 
1886 
1888 

1889 
1891 

1893 
1896 
1891 

ffi 

1878 
1893 
1872 
1838 


-is 
•Si 

1^ 


ij 


1^ 


: 


S 


1 
1 


Ski^::::::::::::''.': 


932 

t 

7M 
807 

%m 

407 
452 

: 868 
436 

S SIS 

II 1,9 17 

526 

207 

11 683 

1.137 

1.607 

1,417 

606 

IS. 403 

26,208 

7.16S 
1,206 

8,374 

34.5S3 

fi,7B7 
4,612 
2.922 
746 
1,186 
3,170 

18,292 

3.229 
16,619 

19,848 

88,140 

4+ 1,96a 

Xt 8,687 
2,662 
4.S49 


490 
73H 
626 
320 
880 
896 

906 
3bS 

700 
186 
619 
204 
7B0 

^•'^ 
736 
933 
660 


7M 


368 








DTD17, DeniaoD SDd Graham 
BMam 
























389 


274 

370 

471 
261 






Jooelya 






796 






Iriurd 

Aberdeen additbaal 

»um and Lome 




















760 


487 
















814 
767 






■ Saltar, Hav ud EuVrow!;:; 


736 


1,337 


220 


4S8 
1,180 
9,383 

14,406 

2,667 

9,667 

16,973 

6,964 
41939 
3,137 
858 
1,483 
3,228 

30,698 

3,094 
12.753 

16,847 

36.446 

+*■ 1,819 

:i 3.890 

2.913 

4.929 


393 
1.168 


1.119 


1,700 






8.273 

10,638 






10,744 

6,328 

908 

7,229 

17.978 

5.236 
4,104 

'7M 
1,0611 


4.786 
2,300 


1,920 


1887 
1892 


SMllt Ste. Marie Town 






Urban 

Totfcl 


2,800 

7,035 

6,SB1 
4,540 

2,833 
774 
1.3B4 

16.764 

3,007 

16,451 

18,468 
34,233 

1.214 

2,662 
2.710 
3.869 






10.638 

6.665 
6.466 
3.190 
9:19 
1,739 
2.891 

21,080 

8.173 
9,616 

12.789 

83,869 

tt 1,506 

K 3.04B 

3.512 

5,423 


1,930 

6,687 

4;854 

3,448 

876 

1,431 


1860 

184B 

'i860 
1850 


Bunt: 
fl'antfMd Tp. 












13,880 

3,114 

16,689 

19,803 
S8,4B3 

1,461 

8,331 
2:339 
3.794 


16,146 

8,002 
10,686 

i3,817 

39,763 

794 
1.862 
3.237 
4,687 


I860 

1870 
1861 
1853 
1854 


•PaiU Town 

Bwntrord City 


Total 


AJbwnatls Tp, 

Amabel 


Bra»t::::'""::::::::::::; 


Tarbatl. % Acooiding to oeD«u< thia oaly iuoludea Macdooald 

IB aiMiiy** m tbia table according to municip»l boundaiVeB. 
9 B.I. I'll) 


Not Bif en 
and Coffin 

LBUmafcm 


ID oenaui. 

IIIno 

"An 

XX Inoludi 


% loBladea only 
uding Hyman and 

g Saugeen Indian 



^Bl30 


THE 


REPORT 


OF THE 




Solt^^M 


1 


POPULATION 








■ 


isoi. 1 


1891. 


1881. 


i^ 


1 




1^ 


'• 1 

S 


1 


Ji 


1 
1 


^^H . Bbuob— Continutd. 


3,109 
6.023 
2,966 
i;830 
2,468 
3,096 
3,539 
2,866 
2.365 
1.374 
1,681 

42,624 

1,734 
I.IU 
1.08G 
1.313 
1,6S6 

930 
470 
2,077 
2,971 
2,443 

16,396 

60,020 

2,787 
7.778 
2,766 
^23^ 
2,236 
1,184 

5,840 
4;818 
1,003 

32.309 

2,798 

1,600 

4B9 

69,9*8 

84,695 

98,90* 

2,798 
i:896 
1.698 

3,263 


2,970 
4,667 
2,793 
1,666 
2,139 
8,740 
2,979 
2,621 
2.232 
1,169 
1,467 

38.347 

1,730 
996 
1,103 
1,274 
1,620 
664 
878 
446 
2,172 
3,049 
3.286 

16,207 

54,654 

2,391 

6.584 
2,447 
2,003 
2,233 

849 
1.B24 
6,282 
41667 

S34 

28,914 

2,600 

1,300 

462 

60,989 

66,361 

94,266 

2,643 

IS 
IIS! 

2,762 


3,793 
B.503 
3,345 
1.4S4 
3.047 
8.389 
4,135 
3,61S 

im 

837 
1,813 

47,408 

1,437 
1,286 
1,328 
1,6M 

'695 
1,128 
660 
3.631 
3,061 
1,984 

17.196 

64,603 

2,940 
6,823 
2:784 
3,383 
2;331 
1,264 
1,708 

i;023 
32.300 

*™ 

447 
44.14 

46,33 

77,63( 

a,'ie 

2.17 
3,82' 

3:66 


s 

3,101 

i;3i7 

2,877 
2,938 
3,612 
S.306 
2,647 
737 
1,661 

40,826 

1.516 
1193 
1,119 
1,803 
1,404 

704 
1,098 

508 
3,836 
3,030 
1,916 

17,126 

67,950 

2,443 

6,393 
2:468 

2,208 
1,069 
1,532 
5:736 
4,336 

29,014 

t 
684 
366 

43,329 

44,268 

73,282 

2,646 
1.S65 
3,016 
3,173 
3,181 
3,192 


4,338 
6,909 
3.807 
1.S64 
3,273 
8,751 
5,176 
4,606 
^3.628 

3.090 

61,226 

893 
1,162 

i;400 
1,141 
661 
861 
546 
2,876 

T. 

13.998 

66,218 

3,378 
8,364 
3.381 
2,481 
3.534 
1,318 
2,090 
8,044 
4.753 
1,024 

36,ai7 

t 

♦«, 

38,407 

38.846 

64,108 

2.914 
2.635 
1,65 
3,09<^ 
4,091 
4,21 

18,61 


3,650 
4,940 
3.287 
1,197 
3.023 
2;966 
4,359 
8,576 
^3.265 

1,841 

42,681 

789 
1.164 

943 
1,394 
1.116 

918 

3,59f 
8,612 
977 

13,836 

66.407 

2,788 
6.000 
3,286 
2,388 

2:BBS 
1,122 
1.862 
7:068 
3,9Ki 

30,969 

+ 
+ 

381 
26.436 

36.806 

67,765 

3.604 
2,159 
i;367 
2,61 
3,51 
3,83f 

15,88{ 


186 6 
1866 
1856 
1878 
1866 

'iaei 

'1856 
1888 
1864 

1180 
1875 
1876 
1874 
1868 
1881 
1876 
1877 

'Uso 

"i847 
1860 

"i823 

"iBM 

■1884 
1890 
1860 

18B6 

"1869 
1S81 
1866 

"isei 










%^^ 




KinloBB 

1 LiDd>«y And 3t Edmonda . . 




^^P Obetiej VU. 

^^ Lnoknbw 


p"rtfc::::::::::.::::: 

TftT. 

TesBwator 






Urb»n 


Oableton : 








Hontloy 








OBftoode 

Torbolton 




L_ SS..'-^:;::::.::::::: 


^^1 OUbwk City 


^P 


DUWBEIN: 

Anumrath Tp. 






Mono 




Kara} 


f iDcIaded in Nepma Township. ^^^H 



BUREAU OF INDUSTEIES. 



t 



POPULATION.— CoikHniwrf. 



UcFMBiN— CoTiimuefi. 
Grand VBlley 


...Vil. 


Or«ngaviUe 


Total 


Ddhdab: 






WUlUm.barg 

WiDchaator 


Irtqaoia 


..Vill. 




Ddbhau ! 


...Tp. 










Rural . . 


MiUbcook 


...ViU, 
..Town 


Bowmsnville 

PortHope 




ElOiK : 

AldboronEh 

B.yh«m, 


... Tp. 








Bouthwold 








PonSUnlBj 




Aylmer 

SLThomM 


..Town 
. . City 


Total 



11 



1,768| 
3,729 
3,788 



ia,089 



16.967 
43,G86 



1,702 
2,418 
3,810 



4,733 
21,410 



16,315 
W.765 



3,963 
4,164 
82,311 



30,133 
2.036 



8,663 
3,851 
4,766 



3,561 

31,121 

896 

736 

3,338 

4,783 

9,761 

30,873 



1,148 
1,060 
3,604 



i_ * iDcladed^ln Lather East Tp. t Included in 'WiiwitBititr T?. XIhAvAiAvt 



POPULATION. — CirtttiniMd. 



Anderdon 


...Tp. 


























TUbnry, W 


adleRi™ 


-.TZt 






S.ndwioh 

Winder 


..City 




Fw^tMAC: 






GUrendon and MiUec. ..: . . . 














Pftlmoreton and CsBc. 


....... 






WolfBlVlftnd 


Gardao Island 


..Vill. 


KiOgBtOD 


. Ollj 




GLKBGiBBT : 


...Tp. 









2.763 
199B 
2,417 
3.117 



a,738 
3,193 
8,209 



3,461' 
1,450 
1.S95 



3,U4 
1.126 
1,358 
1,133 
2,644 
2.B0a 
2.0B3 
1.796 


1,75S 
1,029 
1.060 

2159 
2,104 
1,831 
1.417 


21.604 


20.453 


242 
1,837 
17,961 


267 

G88 

18,260 


20,030 


19,106 


44,534 


39,668 


■i.m 

4,051 
4,867 


4,896 
4,060 
3.fi54 
4,478 


18,838 


17,076 



20,497 
66,340 



21,649 

47.009 

5,657 
6,376 
4.084 
6,016 

20,133! 



20,493 
61,167 



40.476 
6,073 



is 



2,406, 
3,090 
2,727 



33,756 

656 
2.672' 



1,149 
3,739 
2.394 



1.006 
3,362 
2.452 



16,820 
43^ 



18,009 22.221 



2.003 

1.614 
S.461 



14,260 

16,761 



4,480 
ie.39Bl., 



looa 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



POPULATION— Coniinued. 



Qlihoabbi. - Conltmtd 


.-Vill. 


UuTiUe 




GBtNVU.LI : 

Auen-W 


...Tp. 








OirdinJ 


.Vill. 




FreicotB 


.Town 




Arterae»i» 


..Tp. 






























Dnndalk 


..TUl 


Mukdile 

Durb.m 


ToWi 










HilDIMAND : 

ajSi?''..'.-.-:.-.-.-.- 


..Tp. 


0»ruB»,3 



If 

I3 



3,343 

22.131 



2,920 
1,S5G 

H,C77 



13,664 
1.384 



6,663 

19,227 

S,GS3 
3,997 
3,728 



2,931 
2,833 
1,25S 



48,791 

786 
1,397 



le.sts 

6e,^i06 



9,314 
23,447 



3.774 
B,006 
3,314 
3,297 
3,494 



13,123 
71,314 
1.118 



11 
Si 



2,924 

e,9O0 

19,441 

3,640 
4,811 
3,463 
1,941 
3,221 
3,228 
3,037 
3,133 
3,433 
6,387 
3.1BI 
S.020 
3,36C 



13,032 

66,278 



■si 



2,863 
4,4BS 
3,688 
4,001 




» 

M 

s 




1 

4 

» 
2 
7 

8 



;■ 
I 



• Incladed in Lachlel Tp. + Inolndod in L»nOft»«or Tp, X ^iicVaisi ■■.■<i'*Jsn.'i«&'^'^ . 

II Included lo Beatiack. 5 Included in Proton. % iQclttiad m G.\««>\i4l'S- " "V-o.'S«As-V« 
CotUagwood Tp, 



THE REPORT OF THE 



POPULATION.— C^/I^fil^ 



P 



HALDmAHD —ConUniud, 
Mooltoa 

Sbdbo* 

Sherbrcaka 

Walpole 

Knrd 

Oaledonia A 

Hugenrilie 

. Dnnniiile T 

Urbm 

Total ., - 

Halibdstoh : 

Adboo uid Hindoo 

Oardiff 

Dyurt, etc 

Olamoi^iiii 

Latterwortb 

Minden 

Monmouth 

Sberbornd. etc 

Snowdon 

Btanbopa 



2,142 
6,011 

19,989 



4,922 
18,813 






it 



1,(M0 
1,799 
2,863 
3,217 

Z,64G 



31,100 

1,243 

630 

1,808 
3,880 

21,980 

371 
497 



18,267 . 
1,102 



Nwakgaveyn 

NelBon 

Trafalgar. . . 



S,74S 
2,642 

2,SG7 



Urb»n 

ToUl 

Habiihqb : 

Bangor, Wieklow and Mc- 

Olnro Tp. 

DanguinoTi 

ElKBvirand GrimBtbocpa 

Hungortord 

Hontinn^oa 

Ijimoriclt .......-- 



1,119 
1,313 
1,372 
1,648 

6,931 

19,C4S 



7,314 
20,203 



1,560 
3,182 

3,084 



1,709 , , 
6,SU . . 
21,070 . . 



3,377 . , 
1,601 
2,700 
1,711 ., 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



POPULATION.— Con(t»iued. 



N 


.». 


1891. 


1881. 


^ 


1° 


li 


|s 


1 
1 


■Si 


1 

1 


1 


Hastings.— Ctonlmuerf, 

KswJon 

Sidney 


1,891 
s:<14 

H^ 

4,74! 

3S,299 
1,157 

gei 

846 

i.ies 

3,627 
4,217 
9.117 

20,991 

B9,291 

3,497 
1.866 
2,538 
3,B57 
3fl27 
4,140 
2,898 
2,685 
3,606 
2. 162 
4,172 

?3B7 

i.aeo 

3,318 

44,877 

668 
871 
1,1H 

1,792 
830 
446 
8,647 
4,168 
2,245 
2,393 

16,913 

61,836 

2.811 
6,049 
4,464 
B,494 


i,»ei 

;!,160 
3.880 
3,894 

859 
3,W9 

738 

33,.')82 

1.190 

706 
801 
1.217 
3,746 
4.176 
10,101 

ai.940 

65.333 

3,2S4 
11706 
2,399 
8,343 
3,600 
3.838 
2,700 
2.615 
2,407 
2.138 
4,14 
2.431 
2,106 
2,316 
1,868 
2,080 

43,011 

66 

862 
1,166 
1,79 
823 
428 
2,43 
4:060 
2.280 
2;i92 

16,599 

69,810 

2.660 
4.748 
4,210 
4,531 


1,663 
3,629 
4,685 
41817 

843 
6,135 

771 

38,832 

1,134 
t 

8B0 

661 

3.33S 

4.36;i 

'■•" 

30,252 

69,084 

4,010 
2,215 
2,907 
4,022 
4,344 
4,438 
, 3,281 
3.086 
3.263 
2,470 
4,271 
3.867 
3,462 
2:628 
2.078 
3,337 

60,460 

696 
927 
1,204 

T ' 
604 
3,635 
3,838 
2,641 
2,167 

16,321 

66.781 

3.981 
II 6,207 
4,416 
6.017 


1,503 
3.114 

4.128 
4,822 

779 
4.028 

086 

34,968 

l.OSl 

+ 
801 
732 
3,001 
4.165 
10.330 

19,930 

64.906 

3,639 
1,956 
2,66 L 
3,744 
3,638 
4.3H 

2',82( 

a:894 

2,328 
3.606 
2761 
2,270 
3,392 
1,905 
2,048 

45,869 

678 

926 

1,193 

1.615 

11 

486 
2,481 
3,695 
2.644 
2,066 

16,413 

61,272 

2,681 
5,146 
3;814 
6,370 


1,072 
3,692 
4.842 
4.922 

6,162 

38,894 
1,066 

!-" 

is 

9,616 
16,167 
B6.0B1 

4.766 

2,663 
3,444 

4:B77 
4,431 

6,616 
3.87B 
4.046 
3:815 
2,940 
4,504 
3,650 
3,010 
3,074 
2,674 
3,796 

59,770 

679 
9 14 
1,280 
1,726 

690 
2,606 
4,B64 
2,480 
1,918 

16,756 

76,626 

3.239 
6,907 
4,447 
6,410 


982 
3,910 
3.698 
4;j92 

4,769 

32,568 

1,063 
+ 
814 

"1,331 
8,726 
10,038 

16,972 

48,540 

3,719 

3!7B; 
4,026 
8,486 
6:266 
3.373 
3,699 
3,444 

r.ss 


1870 
*i850 








1850 


Rnral 

M*doo Vm. 

JUrmoM 


1878 
1901 


TWBBd 

DsBeionto Town. 

Tronton 

Baliei'ilU City. 


1891 
1873 
1868 


Tot»l 

Hcbob: 
Ashfield Tp. 


1862 










^,:::;":::;::::;:;:;::: 








MoKillop 


■■■■..- 


Btinley 


1836 






Tnrnberry 

Usboroe 

WttwMio«h, E 


ISI 

2,304 
2:284 

61,031 

694 
1,161 
1,336 
1,686 

' 668 
2,598 
4,196 
2,414 
i;953 

16,604 

67,636 

2.618 
4.B7 
3.439 
4,999 


1867 
""1863 


Rnr«l 

B.rfield Vill. 


1876 














Wroxeter 

Olintin Town 

Godarich 


1876 
1868 






Urban 

ToUl 

KknT: 

C»Diden Tp. 

OhUhsm 

Dover 


"4848 







" United to Limerick, t Included in Marmora Tp. }: Included in Btingerfocd. IT Incladed 
Har and Tuckeremith Tpa. |l Not including the Indian reserve of Walpole Island, 828. (See S'lnibr 
p, 13G ) 



F 


THE 


REPORT OF THE 




No.l^^H 


1 


POPULATION 


—CoiUin 


erf. 






1 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


a 
1. 

i' 


Mi 


g 

s 


Is 




11 


1 


. KlNT.-CDnhnudi. 


3,343 

3,347 
4.844 
2,103 
3,456 
1,336 


3.463 
3,m3 
4.FS7 
1,752 
3:.368 
1,191 


3,626 

31479 
4,955 
1,634 
3,033 

1:401 


3,640 
2,744 
4,443 
1.441 
2,632 
1.346 


3,76( 
6,398 
l,'08a 
2,872 
1,495 








3.8801 1838 






961 
2,621 

1,865 


1860 

laeo 




^F Zoxe .-.' 


Rd«1 


37,137 


33,016 


37,668 


33,046 


38,478 


32,434 




TUbury 

Blanhmm Town 

BothweU 

DrewJen 


864 
1,01 
1,6B 

1.613 
2,40fi 
2,763 
9,068 


1.060 
1,63B 
900 
1,608 
3,494 
3,830 
8,668 


798 
926 
1,708 
897 
3,068 
2.364 
2,736 
9,C62 


773 
816 
1,675 
900 
1,916 
3,161 
3.186 
8.764 


740 

1,312 
965 
l,97t 


86: 

1,011. 
851 
,1.829 
•i;429 
1.140 
7.666 


1674 
1887 
187S 
1867 

"1877 
1870 
186* 


Ch»»h.m dt^ 


Urbm 


£0,3B6 


18.068 


30.418 


19,190 


15.832 


14,697 




Total 

BouDtiuet Tp 


57,432 


E2,B83 


58,076 


63,336 


* 64,310 


47,031 




2,863 
S,678 
3,659 
4.745 
3^31 
4.7B5 
3.621 
2,632 
t 5,231 
8,329 


2,630 
3,383 
3,SB3 
4.6B9 
2,142 
4,401 
3,S06 
2,061 
3,837 
3,0»0 


2,866 
3.874 
3,480 
6,006 
3,523 
6.079 
3.929 
3,937 
+ 5,036 
3,644 


3,616 
3,188 
3,013 
4,616 
2,308 
6.683 
3,368 
3.009 
3,9^8 

alago 


3:791 

3:68! 
4,601 
4.™ 


2,863 
3,006 
1,850 
3,676 
3;497 
4,919 
4.166 
2,202 
3,988 


' 1842 

*i830 
1862 




EnniikiUeD 


Mc^oSr;":::::;:"::;:.:::: 


te*"!". ::■:::::: :;:::::: 

Sotnb™ 

^^ Warwick 


^^L Rnnl 


36,873 


33.783 


38,873 


S3,818 


37,134 


30,714 




^^B Alyinrion VilL 

^■^ Arkoiu 


468 
1,018 

780 
633 
1,279 
839 
1,663 
4,136 
B,176 


800 
460 
974 
814 
602 
1.378 
749 
1,674 
4,0l6 
8,013 

19,368 


1,138 
1,881 

616 
1,399 

871 
2,067 
4,367 
6,692 

20,380 


979 

471 
1,129 
1,792 

619 
1,186 

777 
1,660 
4:363 
6,498 


830 

669 

552 
1,293 

685 
1,132 

886 
1,6H 
3,465 
3,874 


760 
D9r 

::i 

3,081 
4,270 

14,881 


1881 

1879 
1875 
1874 
1874 
1873 

"ises 



Poinb EdwMd 

Tbedford 


Wyoming 

Forert Town 

Petrolea 




Total 

L AH A BE : 

Batharst Tp. 

|^^'5, 

D«lWe «id Sherbrogke N. 
DarHnj; 

ElmsleyN 

Lanark 

Lavut 


56,643 


62,180 


58,763 


63,181 


52,034 


46.595 




2,608 
1,646 

952 
1,829 

771 
2,078 
1,087 
1,761 

3,068 


2,378 
1,616 

824 
1,726 

714 
1,916 
1,009 
1,672 

623 
1,833 


8,757 

uee 

1.117 
2,143 

739 
2,203 
1.233 
1,904 

679 
2,332 


2,341 
1680 
1,007 
3,033 

684 
3,036 
1,076 
1,747 

606 
3,143 


2,960 
1,93« 
1,287 

'765 
2,378 
i;819 
2^029 

2':6S3 


2,677 
1:791 
1,034 
3,468 
694 
2.188 
1:130 
1.747 

2,168 


I86* 
I8C0 

"issi 

1864 
1850 

*'i884 
1860 


* Tnaladed in TiJbary E. an 
Dot iacladed ia manicipaj. f In 


d W. Tpa. 
eluded wi 


in 1881. + 
h DalhouB 


InoladinK 
BandShet 




6I,B Qf Wa 


pole lalaad, b^ 


H-. 










-3 


_^^| 






BUREAU OB" INDUSTRIES. 



POPUL ATION.— Conttnwurf, 



W 



husMK—Canlinacd. 

Fakenbam 

R»<n«r 

ShBrbtoake 3 

Rural 

Lanark ViU. 

Almonte . Town 

Carleton Place 

Perth 

Smith's FaUa 

Urban 

Total 

Bastard and Bargua 6... Tp. 

Croibj N :. 

CroabyS 

Elizabsthtown 

Elmsley, 3 

Kitloy 

Leeds and Lantdowne. Front 
Leeda and I.aiudowiie, Rear. 
YoOK* and Eioott, Front . . . 
Tonge aod Eaoott Rear 

Rural 

Atheaa VUl. 

Nenrbora 

BrocivUle Town 

Ganaooqna 

Urban 

Total 

Lknkox and Addinbton : 

AdolphUstcwn Tp. 

Amherst laland 

CamdenE 

DenbiKli, Abingerand Aihby 

Erneitown 

Frederichsburjt N 

Frederiakabarar S 

Kaladar. Augletsk and Ef. 

Richmond 

Sheffield 

Roral 

Bath ViU, 

Newburffh 

Napanee Town 

Urban 

Total 

f loeSaied la Ya 




16,801 

97,232 

3.006 
2,0.'» 

*!872 



2,386 
2,680 
1.276 



3,03M 
4,072 
3,637 



3,&26 


3,718 


13,861 


13,917 


37,876 


84,690 


l',05t 
3,917 
1,MS 
1,103 


486 

826 

6,331 

1,011 
2.998 

■S17 


1.364 
2.663 
2,280 


1,248 
2,261 
. 2,033 


19,182 


18,383 


m 

614 
3.143 


848 

^8*a 


4,161 


3.791 


23,346 


22,174 



2 007 
2.601 
981 

32,363 

8BU 
3,06'* 

3|l36 
3,861 

16,362 

37,726 



2,372 
1,135 

20,773 



13,828 
39,279 



S.694 
812 
2,242 
2,838 
2,178 
2,613 
1,261 



4,BU' 
S4,7eo| 



1.975 
2,467 
2,087 



36.793 


38,434 


600 
903 
6,369 
860 
2,874 
1,40- 


737 
1,089 
6,134 

621 
3,961 
1.720 
1,340 


1,075 
2.B28 
3,082 


900 
8.241 

2,691 


18,663 


21,424 


606 
687 
3,221 


646 
3,680 


4,818 


6,060 


22,866 


26,484 



■y 
§3 

■3 9 



2,S77 
78a 

20.828 

666 
2,631 
1,800 
2,766 



2,627 
1,985 




2S,B86 




387 
7,473 
2,736 


1890 
1876 
1833 
1863 


10,596 




34,182 




649 

1,117 
4,142 
636 
3,364 
1.583 
1,195 


■*1B66 
1360 
1869 
1868 


896 
2.477 
2,213 


■ '1849 
1860 


18.191 




76( 
3,313 


"1858 


4,682 




22,863 





POPULATION. —Conit««ed. 



Lincoln % 

Cftisent 

Clinton 

QUDsbarough 

QruithBin 

Grmaby N 

Grimsbf 3 .. 

Rural 

Ba»tD>»illB Vilt 

Grimiby 

Matrittoa 

Port DBlhonaie 

HiaB*™ Town 

St, CktbarlDCB Cil; 

y Urtan 



C»rD.rvon . . . . 
Cockburn IsUn 

GaidoD 

HowUnd , 

Huidfield 

TahbnioinRh .. 
Unorguiized . . 



Rural.. 



Little Current.. 



Urban .. 



I 



Total 

MlDDLSBKX : 

Adelaide 

Biddulph 

Caradoc 

Delaware 

DorcbeatBTN.. 
Etfrid 

Loudon 

Mo'Sillivray.. . 
Hetcalf e 

WiaiouViw!!!! 



.AilaaCraii: . 
CJ/sofoe 



1.897 
H,680 


1.697 

13,672 


833 




1,001 


973 






1,13C 


1.067 


l,2Bf 






10,485 


15,873 


16,363 


80.652 


29,824 










aat 


274 


765 


698 


301 




7G1 


680 






283 


26i 


631 








9,908 


6,078 


723 




728 


63C 


1,«1 


1,0*6 


11,3G9 


6,133 


2,233 


1,973 




2,367 






3,17H 




3,623 


3,471 




2,493 


3,686 


2,643 






3,151 




1,662 


1.616 


3,3011 




2,998 


2,821 j 






1,fi>i7 


1,376 


1,468 




46.940 


43,641 


744 


708 



1.610 
1,774 
1,846, 





1,320 


9,170 


9,377 


15,006 


14.990 


30,079 


28,826 


818 


944 


63f 


26J 


1S6 


213 


50( 




34( 


173 


465 


90C 




80( 


2U( 


2fi! 










B.33S 


4,478 


473 


600 


9B7 


700 


1,469 


1,200 


10,794 


6,678 


3.616 


2,360 


2,60C 








2.54! 


1,69! 


3.761 






2,623 


2,98S 


2,860 


8,934 


8,673 






1,S9£ 


i;633 








2,878 






1.791 




1.7H2 


1,634 


49.997 


46,654 


731 
976 


699 
!140 



»,004 
16,197 



16,376 
31,673 



1,603 
482 



3,673 
3,662 
7,892 



1.704 
1,000 
1,445 
10,026 , . 

16,512.. 

30,040 .. 



3.980 .. 
2,700 

3.g80 .. 
1,687 -. 



'laaladedin GriaiBby S. 



iBsiQg iilftV Vi'V,'Hi4!rtira!>.i. 




BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



POPULATION,— Cwi(ini((rf. 



1 



w - 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1 


-is 


1 
1 

a 


1* 


1 
■3 

1 


|i 


1 

i_ 

647 

474 

1.632 


'§■ 


Htni>LiaKX.-Cimlinu«i: 
Newbury 

w»Hiv!ub 

Psrkhill Town 


343 

1,*30 

37,078 

46.762 

93,703 

BU 
468 

998 
7«3 
731) 

1,116 

1,008 
927 
8.18 
348 
bf.2 

1,249 
628 
976 

1,3113 

13.871 

a.47S 
2,146 
2,163 

7,100 

20,971 

1,707 
888 
609 
487 
11 69S 
9«3 

8,012 
328 
670 
774 

1,306 
919 

6,684 

18,803 

1,400 
3,530 


460 
330 
1,346 
2,903 
39,183 

48,777 

90,418 

774 
446 

1,033 
960 
715 
63fi 
909 
935 
813 
799 
3:!6 
676 

1,106 
6i9 
946 


453 

380 
1,680 
3.:ll8 
33.893 

42,347 

92,344 

1,728 
1.337 

980 
1,082 
735 
7G0 
921 
854 

797 
:i85 

848 
^,496 
13,225 


414 
336 

1,536 
3,216 
33,090 

41,138 

87,782 

IT. 

803 
1,003 
870 
716 
863 
697 
531 
70fi 
364 
570 
886 
667 
867 

10,883 


646 
640 
1.539 

3,817 
36,237 

34,328 

93,081 

1,604 

1,114 


1873 
1887 


London City 


3^442 


TotJl 

Ul-beoka : 
^^. Brunei Tp 

^^^K|'^"7 — 


87,424 

m 

246 


1877 
1878 
1883 

"l874 


1,794 
766 
943 
1,116 
'801 
816 
^1,136 

t 

* 3,1 06 
12,188 


1,337 
700 

1^, 


























^^Hututed 


1 1881 








11,693 

318 
3.310 

2,376 
2,031 

7.022 

18,616 

1.338 
853 
455 
166 
372 
79B 

2,.'il9 
239 
693 
890 

'•§1S 


,:,.:::: 


PortCrling ViU 

EraoBbridee Town 






1,419 
1,848 

1,1.. 

4,428 
17,661 

2,249 


1,316 
1,656 
1,436 

4.30B 

X.6« 

1,239 


1,193 
1.016 

3,308 
14,391 


i« 



10.773 


1B76 
1878 


^^B tTrbui 
















649 
3t2 

«•" 

"1,480 

'm 

1,947 

,,» 

1.43a 

1,937 


lis 

329 

1.800 
34S 
386 
















^■ii''-™-' 






1901 














^^B%itter and' mnDett'!.*. .'.'.'.'.' 














8S0 
268 








""im 

2,090 










^^HtBaral. 

^^^BCatUv* Town 


9,911 

1,69) 
2,600 


5 593 
1,900 
























■ * Unitod to Draper. t United with Brunei. J United with Cardwell. 

'IF I"e uded witii Uryier, g Id unorRinii^ terti'Qt^ inlSSV. 
■"J I laladioit Harley, Hudain, KeruB and pMt oi Hams. ** \.tti\\i&»ft ■M\'Civt«ii'>\€v^ >A "VivS.-^ 
with ViCCairaD, 



THE REPORT OF THE 



POPULATION. — Contntued. 



NiPissiNQ.— CoTtlinuid: 

StQigBOQ Falls 

Sndbury 

Ui:b«n 

Total 

Norfolk : 

Chatlotteville Tp. 

HouebtoD 

Middleton 

TaWDnend 

WalaiDgham, N 

Walaingham, 9 ...., 

Wmdh»m 

WoodhoDBB 

Rural 

Delhi Vill. 

Port Dover 

Fort Rowan 

Waterford 

S[mcoe Town. 

Urban 

Total 

Kobthdmberland; 

Alnwick Tp. 

Brighton 

Baldimatid 

HaruiltiOD 

MoEaghan,8 

Murray 

Percy 

Seymour 

Rural 

Brighton VIU. 

Campbellford 

Golbome 

Haatinga 

Cobonrft Town 

Urban 

Total 

Ontario : 
Brock Tp. 

Pic^ring'::;;:::.::::'::;: 

Rama 

Reach 

Scijtt 

Sougoa 

Thorah 

TJibridgB 

Whitby, E 

Whitby 

Jiara! 

' lacladed trith WalaiDghai 
ff lacladedia Walgiogbaw. 



3,027 
7,376 



6,408 
39.117 



24,S4B 

1,378 
2,485 



34,470 

3.727 
2,921 
6,226 

i,eis 

3,589 
2,270 
654 
1,438 
2,846 
2.6S1 



2.000, 
2I,21S 



2,434 

2,418 
3,862' 



2,765 
2,907| 
3,042 

28,022 

1,362 
2,604 

'803 
4,349 

10,031 

33,053 



1,237 
3,439 
3.117 



30,902 

1,321 

3.017 



3,609 

37.433 

1,479 
2.424 
1,008 
813 
4,829 

10,612 



3.360 
8,043 
3,494 



4,694 
10,434 

Se,045 



4.909 
33,027 



2,600 
26,631 



B.l 



1,110 
2,498 

4,673 

SO, 194 

1.330 
3,849 
3.181 
5,186 
4.649 
1,072 
3,070 
3,620 
3;393 

28,048 


1878 

]84» 
1861 
1350 

'1826 

"1850 



1,365 1876 
974' 1P59 
802 1874 



4,156t 
2.940 
6,036 



3.420 
8,748 
3,267 
2,852 



1811 

1869 

isea 



N. t Taken oat oi Midd\eton an^ "Hi^iaiam. I's*. 



"' 



THE REPORT OF THE 



POPULATION.- Coiitim«id. 



Parbt Sovkd.— Con. 



Total 


Peel: 


T 


















....Town. 




Pibth: 
BUnsbard 


Tp. 
























MilTCrton 

Lirtowel 


.... viii 

Town 




HtcRtlord 


Oity 




Belmont .nd Mabhuen 

Burleigh and Anitruthei . . . 


















Aahburnhftin..,, 


ViU 


Lakpfield 





3,839 
31,192 



18.679 
49,871 



20,007 
1,647 



' Uolled with Burleigh sod Auatrutber, t Indndsd ic 



2,715 

3',8S3 
4,967 

see 

16,871 



2,761 
3,fi98 
2,160 



10.451 
19.11B 
47,S66 



S,OSB 

19,167 

S,142 
e,fi20 
4,744 

1^247 

20,181 



4,281 

2,611 
2,036 



1,520 
2,131 



13,739 
3.782 



2.828 
2,927 
2,494 
1,672 
2,913 



2,726 
3,224 

2.891 



18,166 
48,417 



II 



2,723 
2,244 
3,276 



B,343 
1.S45 


ISBO 


18,3B0 








665 


1868 


2,966 


1862 


4.181 




22,631 




3.967 






184S 












1867 












1857 










31,617 






1881 




1867 















1,962 
3,012 . . 
1,033 . 



20,649 18,40E . 

1,266 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



POPULATION.— OwttiHUfJ. 



PtTHRBORoro H. — Con. 



Urban 

Total . 

Alfred.. 
C»l«lonii 

Hawkeabui 
LoQeueiiil 
Plaatagfltiet, N 
FlMtCBgeDet, 3. 




L'Orignsl 

Hftwkeebury Town. 

Vankleek HUl 



ToUl 

PUNOI El .._ . . 

AmeUasburg Tp 

Atbol.... 
HaUovell 
HiJliet . . . 
UaTjaburg N 
M.ry«burg 3 
Saphiaaburi^ 



* Tnduded in HawkcubuT^r Toimibi 
+ AlbertoD cuiDpriBti Crozier md L. 
Bar wlck, bhrnBtoae, Dobie and Bocben;. 
^__ « ..^i.^; — inclndeu Fort Francei. 



THE REPORT OF THE 



POPULATION.— Cbnfwwerf. 



N 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


t 


li 


i 


li 


'.S 

1 


P 


1 
1 

s 


P 


Ba N-P a Ew. — Oontimud : 

Bromley 


2,069 
601 
1,411 

1.5B7 

'■^ 
1.067 
1,364 

lino 

3,269 
73 L 
1,174 
3,586 
2,700 

33,413 

734 
1,107 
4,162 
S,166 

3,153 

14,303 

52,716 

3.4S9 
6,086 
4,198 
3,835 

17,577 

707 
1,998 

2.705 

20,282 

2,161 
:-!,43S 
3,897 
2,343 
8,H5a 
499 
4,461 
6.342 
4,66, 

2;38! 
6,442 
3,440 
4.3S6 


2,026 
661 
1,417 
1,992 
720 

'.164 
1,316 
3.445 
632 
991 
1,186 
1.029 

'S 

1,097 
3.420 
2;338 

34,896 

6!I8 
1,056 
3,837 
5.131 
3,268 

18,930 

48,835 

3,117 
5.203 
3,790 
2,958 

16,098 

479 
1,63B 

2,117 

17,316 

2,087 
4.150 
3,353 
2.196 
3,626 
439 
3,917 
6.2S3 
3,663 
3.880 
1,933 
4,645 
3 009 
3,896 


1.933 
618 

1,398 

1,734 
731 

3,200 
521 

3[614 
801 
991 
1.059 
1.034 
2,402 
710 
1,173 
3.613 
2,877 

35,913 

710 
3.3U 

4,401 
3,611 

11,063 

46,976 

2,767 
»,779 
4.014 
3,918 

16,478 

1.8<6 

1.465 

2,811 

13,389 

2,459 
3,692 
3,783 
2,625 
5,110 
375 
4.614 
6,060 
3,687 
4.357 
2. 772 
4,714 
3 863 
4,784 


1,773 

549 

1,838 

1.578 

681 

2,111 

373 

1,419 

3,254 

622 

93( 

7:if 
2.457 

674 
1.OO0 
3.005 
2,164 

81,388 

750 
3,116 
4.277 
2.200 

10,343 

41,731 

2,424 
4,187 
3.367 
3,902 

13,880 

1.179 
1,407 

3,686 

16,466 

1.B99 
3,950 
8,038 
2:323 
4,191 
S6: 
3,463 
4,949 
3,168 
3,819 
3,293 
S,776 
3.194 
3,818 


674 
1,270 

1.893 

614 

1,417 

953 

1,510 

3.092 

683 

689 

786 

699 

2,131 

636 

1.065 

3,220 

2,406 

31,684 

1,147 
2,820 
1,605 

6,673 

38,166 

1.676 
4,411 
3.535 
3,458 

13.080 


1,633 

490 
1,186 
1,623 

669 

1,310 

391 

1.262 

3,984 

630 

647 

619 

577 

3,080 

672 

973 

3,eu 

3,003 
27,198 

1,948 
2,804 
1,483 

6.336 

33,433 

1.471 
4;0B9 
2,509 
2;833 

10,873 

+ 




Gtattan 

Grimch and MatawatchaD. . . 


1881 

1858 


HbkI. Clara and Maria 

HortoD 

MoNaO 




PetBwawaand McKay 

Ridcliffe ind Kaglan ....... 

Rolph, BuchaDSa ft Wylie . . 


"is78 










\ Westmeath 

^H WilMrtorce and AlgODaN., 

^^B Rural 

^^H -Oobden Vm 

^HBtaDville 

^^^ft Arapriar TowD 


1901 
1891 










Total 

RCBSBLL : 








Eo«wU 

Roral 


1889 


Urban 




13,080 

2.885 

3;i41 
2,994 
5.499 
3.097 
3,633 
6,B7I 

4.688 
3,802 
3,993 
5.326 
3,736 


10,873 

3,210 


SiycrvE 
AdjalH Tp 


FlOB 

GwiUimbury W 

InnUfil ... 


3:383 
2,871. 
4,S34 
3:Sfi4 
2,766 
6.339 

4.119 
2.638 
1,901 
4,390 
3.831 


"iSBO 
1843 






Nottavaaaga 

Orilliar*. 


'.■i866 


Bnnnidaie 

Tay 


1860 
18S9 


Tiny 


issi 



* laaladai} in Ron Tp. + Inolnded In Gratten and Wilbertoroe Tpa. 
X locladed ia Cambridge Tp. § Included in Claranoe Tp. in \8S\. •! TSo.\**4 ^'ftVi M.i,tcViBda»h. 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES. 



P0PUL4.TI0N,— Owveinwrf, 



SiMCOK. — Conlinudi : 


















-..Tqwd 
















Stobhokt: 










Bund 

Oommll 


.[U»b.n) 


Tbdhdib Bat : 














VMWUII>m.... 


Town 






TUROBU: 












lAitoD, bigbjF k hoDgiori. . 








Rurai 



20,3^ 
6,701 
27,042 



3.S10 
3.10B 
2, ISO 



2,990 
60,393 



28,07* 

78,487 

0,B91 
2,942 
4,T0S 
4,274 

17,616 



7,241 
8,401 



26,241 
82,7271 



27,156 
2,176 



2,813 
48,639 



2e,404 
73,926 



4,849 
9,926 
1,910 
2,291 

23,663 20,623 



4,46(1 
33,198 



3,474l 
26,926 . 



•31 



188S 
1868 
1890 
1885 

1878 
lflS3 
1868 
1S7S 



I 



844 




991 




g 


1817 


aow 








2,811 


1860 






B,21f 












2,196 




22.410 





\Xi\i*».^, -«v«i^ 



THB REPORT OF THE 



I 


POPULATION 


—Continutd. 






1 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


-t 


:ii 


^ 


Sri 


4 


;|| 


1 


a. 2 


V:ciTOBlA —Contimied : 
Boboayaeon Vill 


S14 
1,139 

468 
7.003 

10,081 

31,952 

2.164 
7,107 
6,051 
4.944 
4,318 

23.584 

827 
1,060 
1,S08 
9.747 

2.'«7 
2,308 
3,637 

29,010 

63,694 

3.188 
1.010 
a,282 
2.490 
2,140 
3,025 
3,008 
991 

18,086 

1,366 
460 
890 
1,468 
1,253 
4,244 
1,073 
1,863 

13,603 

31,588 

2,961 
2,706 
8,687 
2;6B1 


S91 
1.204 
610 
369 
G13 
6,939 

10,516 

29,834 

1.994 
7,063 
4.740 
4,933 
4,197 

22,932 

l.OS^ 
1.201 
9.914 
7,986 
2,.'!98 
2,249 

'■'" 

29,261 

63,183 

3,891 
819 
2.866 
2.S36 
l.t02 
1.896 
2,7(M 

16,;«9 

1,311 
469 
820 

1,413 

1,257 
4.498 
2,211 
1,944 

13,91,S 

30.262 

2.830 
2.666 
3,368 
2,306 


1,018 
1.319 
__687 

S23 
6,081 

9.338 

32.991 

2,616 
7,31'! 
5,609 
6,487 

25,794 

1,040 
1.069 
1,335 
7,425 
7,635 
1,482 
l,84;i 

24,670 

60,48* 

4,232 
1.107 
3.842 
2,654 
2;099 
2.318 

fSS 

19,184 

IT 
638 
934 
1.179 

1.164 
3,349 
2,273 
3,035 

11,417 

30,631 

3,224 
a. 116 
4,0J8 
3,043 


984 
1,044 

^690 

656 
6.167 

9,630 

30,163 

2,468 
6,905 
6,188 
6:238 
4,462 

24,249 

980 
988 
1,350 
7.443 
7.374 
1.374 
1,838 
2,863 

34,100 

48,349 

3,836 
994 
2,699 
2,342 
2.035 
2,009 
2,327 
1.041 

17.173 

'.« 

■913 
1.107 
1,026 
3,005 
2,401 
1.858 

10.738 

27,901 

s 


760 

1,166 

744 

+ 
6,0B0 

7,729 

33,865 

3,848 
7,6M 
5,753 
5.358 
5,634 

28,076 

t 

1,240 
4,054 
6.1S7 
698 
1,419 
3,066 

14,664 

42,740 

3.986 
1,818 
41182 
2,623 
3,lti'i 
3,466 

1,378 

31,996 

664 
722 

\,u 

2.347 
2,466 
1,870 

9,776 

31,771 

3,918 
3.611 
4,644 
3,620 


710 

1,017 

689 

t 
6,386 

7,781 

80,191 

3,683 
6,9S7 
4,778 
4,888 
6,19 i 

26,439 

I 

1.161 
4,079 


1377 






Stareeon Point 

WoodriUH 

Lindwy Town 

tfrbw. 


1899 

1884 
1867 


WATBBLOO! 

DnmfriMN Tp 


1848 


w^ifX ::::::■::;:: :::::: 

Wilmot 

Woolwich 


"1860 


fe;-:;;:;:;:;::;™ 


18S4 
1887 


Bsrlln Town 


1864 


Hespeler 


643 


1868 


W»tarloo 


2,0121 

1*,172| 

39.611 

3,460| 1807 
1.185 1860 

3.398t 

3,406 .... 


Tol»l 

WaLuim : 

Bertie Tp 

Oruwl»nd 

Pelham 


Thmold 


2,502' . 1799 






Raral 

Bridfcsburg vm 


' 1 
19,042 

ir 1895 






Niagara Falig South 


II 1883 


Nlagan Falls Town 


3,300, 1866 


Welland 


1.876 




Total 

WSLLIHOION : 

Arthur Tp 


38.340 

3.654 
3.391 
3.963 
3.316 


1860 
1839 







*fornaer!y ia wilb Feaelaa 
X Tp. ia 1881 § Included ii 
Stamford Tp. 



BUREAU OF INDUSTRIES, 



POPULATION. —OoniinueJ. 



VTellingtos. —Coniinjitd : 

Goelph 

Lather W 

Uurborongh 

hluto ... 

Niohol 



Arthur 

Clificnd 

lOoat... '...'.'... '..'.'.'.'. 
XrlB 

H>nul>on Town 

Mount FocBiO 

Pitaeraton 

GuBlph City 

Urbm 



Beverly 

Binfaroob . ... 
Flamboro, E . . 
FUmboro, W. . 
Glufoid 



WktBTdoWD . 

Dondaa 

Hamilton ■ , . 



Urbko . 



Total 

YoBK : 

Stobiooke 

Qeoritiiia 

Gwllliiubury, K . , 
Gwillimbuiy, N 

King 

Mu-iham 

BatrboTough 

TkaRban . . . , 

Whitcbnioh 

York 



Kural . . 



Holland Landing . . 
Uatkham . . 
Bichmond B 



2,433 
2,337 
3,188 
3.128 



Il,49<; 
22,780 



G6,42<l 
79.452 



11.193 
40,803 



3,068 
3,999 
3,994 



30.991 

1.378 



ii,m 

22,661 
53 643 



2.42a 
2,7IB 
1.490 



57,;6 
79,B20 

8,481 

1.629 
S.lf«l 
1,2441 
6,138 
B,378 
8,578! 
4,2ie 
S,464 



3,546 
3 6.17 
2,056 



3,614 
86,708 



3.214 
3,006 
10,537 



48.973 
63,1^8 



6,0B7 
B,fi81 

b!292 



1,975 

443 

1,100 



3,377 
1,892 

3! 271 



542 
1,532 

1,645 
3,304 
1,654 
10,695 

32,165 

66,017 

3,896 
4,B76 



1,643 
2,6S4 

24,293 

669 
3,S86 
46,794 

60,848 

75,141 

«,B70 
1,707 
3,5B3 



31,823 
64,632 



3,461 
1,977 
2.951 



2,482 
4.143 
2,151 



13,748 
63,104 



1,661 

3,669 18B1 

3 9i9l issa 

3,157 



37,674 

1,266 1873 



3,194 
1.743 

10,057 


'iSTB 






69,626 




4,4651 
3,370 
5, too 
1,613 
2:433 
3,364 
1,847 
3.687 


18B0 
'1860 

iseo 


24,708 




754 
3.668 
36,946 


1879 
1847 
1847 


41,368 




66,076 




3,728 
2232 
3.882 
1,963 


1850 
'1838 



6,655 


Mm 


6,60( 






1850 










10,939 


U93 


46,428 




t 


1NRH 






94E 


1K7» 


797 


1878 



THE REPORT OF THE 



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1.22S 

64R 
1,08.% 

604 
1.690 

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208,040 
338,860 

373,663 


1,20! 
593 

'63B 
1,576 


1.148 

688 
1.11)4 

762 
1,743 


1.128 

631 
1,109 

782 
1,922 
1.948 
1,191 
4.158 
170,961 

186,929 

326.S03 


sse 

""l.MO 
__2!00B 

93,196 
100,009 
163.113 


806 
+ 

* 1,480 
^1,704 

83.874 
90,163 
136,691 


1877 


Waaton 

Wocdbcidge 

Auror» Town 


1882 
1882 
186S 










6;038 
206,887 

331.926 

266,072 


4.618 
181.200 

199,976 

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Toronto City 

Urban 

Tola! 


1834 



SUMMARY OF TOTAt, POPHLiTION WITHIN COUNTY LIMITS. 



Algoma . . 
Brant . . . . 



Oul«ton . 
Daffeiin . , 
DondM... 
Dnibam .. 
Elgin .... 



Frontenac . 
Glangariy . 
OreDvillfl. . . 

Orey 

Hikldlmutd . 



Haltsn . . . . 
BMting> . . 

Kent 

Lambton . 



34,683 
38.140 
69,020 
96,904 
21,036 
19,767 
37,670 



17,97.1 


16,073 


33,483 


36,446 


64.554 


64,603 


94,ZS5 


77,630 


23,053 


32,311 


18.460 
26,193 


20.183 

32,427 



43,686 


40,756 


43,377 


68,616 


50,804 


66,340 


44,084 


39,668 


47.009 


22, Wl 


30,036 


23,447 


21.031 


19,227 


31.609 


69.6B0 


66,306 


71,3U 


31,233 


19,989 


23,440 


6.669 


6.963 


6.S50 


19,545 


19,040 


31.982 


59,291 


65,322 


69,084 


61.820 


69.610 


66,781 


67,432 


62,983 


58,076, 


56,612 


63.130 


68,763 


37,232 


36,143 


37,725 



57,9i 
73,382 
30,169 
18,763 

30,873 

39,8< 

61,167 

40,475 

20,113 



30,e 
6,767 
20,208 
64,906 
61,272 
62,336 
63,181 
36,274 



30.598 
36,266 
42,361 
46.962 
42.384 
92,221 
22,741 
70.539 
24,980 
6,911 
21,919 
66,061 
76,626 
64,310 



66,407 
57,765 
19,060 
17,707 
33,817 
39,060 
41,520 
36,887 
18,396 



6,316 
21.070 
48.540 
67.535 
47.031 
45,695 



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POPULATION.— Oondiided. 



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11 



30.040 .. 
2,682 .. 



87,783 


93,081 


87.434 




14.590 


14,391 


10,773 












28,862 


33,627 


30,194 




38,046 


41,128 


87,868 




42,971 


4S,S12 


46.161 




46,S10 


60,169 


44,696 




13,739 


13,813 


3.476 




22,180 


26,176 


32,531 




48,417 


63,693 


49,541 




32.364 


80,472 


28,210 




30.664 


32.867 


18,628 




17,241 


31,044 


18.631 




3.068 
41,781 








38,166 


88,433 




16,466 


18,060 


10.872 


■« 


73,936 


74,803 


62,603 


] 


88,685 


23.198 


19.388 




4,485 


4,926 


163 




30.163 


33,666 


30,191 




48,349 


43,740 


39,611 




37.9(11 


31,771 


28.840 




60,017 


64,632 


69,636 




75,141 


66,952 


66,076 




326,303 


163,113 


136.691 




1.116,847 


1,346,623 


1,134,192 




806.774 


680,239 


661,042 





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46,000 
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109,000 
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