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THE 



EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS 



OF THX 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 



FOB TBM 



SEOOITD SESSION OP THE PEFTT-THIED OOfrGBESS. 



1893-'94. 



IN THIKTY-ONE VOLUMES, 



WASHDrOTON: 

OOYBBIQCBITT PBUmNO' OFFICE. 

1895. 




S\ ^.\HH-\ . 



INDEX TO EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS OF HOUSE OF 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Kfty-thixd CongroM, Second Beidon. 



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CONTENTS OF THE VOLUMES. 

-MSSSAGE OF THB PBESIDElTr AKD FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1893 : No. 1, pt. 1. 

-Rkport of THE Secretary of War, 1893 : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 1. 

Baport of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, toL 2, pt. 1. 

Beport of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 2. 

Beport of the Chief of Engineers: No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 3. 

Beport of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 4. 

Beport of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 5. 

Report of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 6. 

Report of the Chief of Ordnance : No. 1, pt. 2, voL 3. 

Report of the Inspector-General : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 4. 
-Report of the Secretary of the Navy, 1893: No. 1, pt. 3. 
-Report of the Postmaster-Qekeral, 1893 : No. 1, pt. 4. 
-Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1893: No. 1, pt. 5, vol. 1. 

" No. 1, pt, 5, voL 2. 
" " •' " *' " No. 1, pt. 5, voL 3. 

Report of the Director of Geological Survey : No. 1, pt. 5, vol. 4, pt. 1. 
" '• " " *' '• No. 1, pt. 5, voL 4, pt. 2. 

Rei>ort of the Commissioner of Education: No. 1, pt. 5, vol. 5. 
-Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, 1893 : No. 1, pt. 6. 
-Report of Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1893: No. 1, pt. 7. 
-No. 1, pt. 8, and Nos. 4, 7, and 23. 
-No. 2: Finance Report, 1893. 

-No. 3, pts. 1 and 2 : Report of the Comptroller of the Currency, 1893. 
-Nos. 5, 33, and 103. 

-No. 6, pts. 1 and 2, and House Mis. Doc. No. 96. 
-Nos. 8 to 96, inclusive, except Nos. 23, 33, 47, 48, 70, 76, 79, 83, and 95. 
-Noe. 47, 48, 70, 76, 79, 95, 112, 140, and 256. 
-Nos. 83, 97, and 237. 

-No6. 98 to 261, inclusive, except Nos. 103, 112, 140, 209, 237, 256, and 257. 
-No. 209: Ninth Annual Report C()mmissioner of Labor, 1893. 
-No. 257 : Report Commissioner of Labor — Slums of Cities. 

ui 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Snbject. 



A. 

Adjntont-Gen^^l, letter of Secretary of Treaanry transmittmg esti- 

mate for contingent expenses in office of 

African slave trade, letter of Secretary of Treaanry transmitting 
estimate to cover i>art of expenses of the special bureau relating to. 
Alaska: 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting estimate for 

improvement at Seal Island ^ 

Salmon fisheries, letter of Secretcury of Treasury for appropria- 
tion for protection of 

Appropriations: 

Book of Estimates of 

Ctifltoin duties ( for collectJiig) 

Deficiencies in, estimate 

Deficiency for Interior Depeu*tment 

Deficiencies, estimate for the several Departments 

Denartment of Justice (deficiency ) 

Fisn Commission, estimate for support, etc 

Foreign missions (incidental expenses) 

Fortincations, letter of Secretary of War transmittkig amend- 
ment to bill making appropriations for 

Indian appropriation bill — 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury submitting amendment to 

section 2 of 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting recommenda- 
tion for amendment to bill 

Marine Corps (deficiency) 

Military A(^emy (for building and grounds) 

Post-Omce Department (deficiency) 

Public Printing ( deficiency) 

Arapahoe and Shoshone Indiaiis, letter of Secretary of Interior rela- 
tive to negotiations with 

Armor contracts, letter of Secretary of Navy relative to violation of 

(parts 1 and 2) 

Arms, etc., overdrawn, letter of Secretary of War relative to 

Army, letter of Secretary of War transmitting draft of bill to pro- 
mote administration of justice in 

sundry communications relative to rank and allowance of 

veterinarians of 

statement of expenditures for contingent expenses of 

Assistant Attorneys, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 

estimate of deficiency in appropriation for pay of 

Attorney-General, letter of Secretary transmitting estimate to print 

opinions of 

Communications from — 
Campbell, W. M., recalling recommendation of appropriation 

for 

Central and Western Pacific Railroad companies, relative to 

mformation requested of liability of, to the Gk)vemment 

Dejwrtment of Justice, relative to efficiency of employees in 

Inoian Territory, transmitting report from United States attor- 
ii0y of methooB of trying misdemeanors in 




155 
72 

207 

215 

5 
62 
88 

87 
108 
126 

85 
118 

82 

255 

87 
188 

40 
120 
186 

61 

160 

187 

60 

119 
122 

184 

117 

229 

205 
21 

67 



29 
26 

29 

29 

24 
26 
24 
26 
24 
29 
26 
29 

26 

29 

26 
29 
26 
29 
29 

26 

29 
29 

26 

29 
29 

29 

29 

29 

29 
26 

26 



VI 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 




Vol. 



Attomey-Qeneral— Contmtied. 
Commtinicatioiis from — 
International Penitentiary Con^;re8B, transmittiiig papers relat- 
ing to participation in 1 

Judgments, transmittingreporton, obtained against United States 

supplemental list 

Union Pacific fiailway , letter relative to appointment of receivers 

for, etc 

transmitting a draft of bill to secure 
claim of united States against 

B. 

Baltimore Naval Veteran Association, letter of Secretary of War 

relative to bill to donate condemned cannon to 

Big Sandy River, Kentucky, letter of Secretary of War submitting 

estimate for completing at Louisa, Ky 

Board of Ordnance and Fortification, third report of 

Boston navy-yard,* letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 

estimate l!or heating marine barracks at 

Brockway, Benjamin L., letter of Secretary of Navy relative to ap- 
pointment of, to Naval Academy 

Buffalo, N. Y., letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to item for 

public building at 

Bureau of American Republics, estimate to maintain and continue 

work of 

Bureau of Statistics, report on imported merchandise, 1890-1893 

(H. Mis. Doc. 96) 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
report of chief of, on the prmcipal importo 

and exports, etc 

report on useless papers in 



C. 

Galif omia Debris Commission, letter of Secretary of War relative to 

certain changes in law relating to 

Campbell, W. M. , letter of Attorney-General recalling recommenda- 
tion for appropriation for 

Carnegie, Pnipps & Co. (See Armor Contracts.) 

Camot. (See President of French Republic.) 

Case, Samuel, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting papers 

relatinjB^ to claim of , 

California D6bris Commission, letter of Secretary of War transmit^ 

ting report of ' 

Caswell, T. T., letter of Secretary of Navy relative to accounts of . . 
Central Pacific Railroad Company, letter of Secretary of Treasury 

transmitting transportation claims of 

Chandeleur, La., letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to reestab- 
lishing light station at 

Charleston, S. C, letter of Secretary of Treasury showing necessity 

for additional lights in harbor of 

Cherokee, N. C, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- j 

mate of appropriation for support of Indian school at ( 

Cherokee Outlet, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mates for removal of intruders from 

Chicago, ni: 

Letter of Secretary of War transmitting estimate for payment 

of work done on approaches of marine hospital at 

Letter of Postmaster-General transmitting papers in claim of->. 
Chinese exclusion act, letter of Secretary of Treasury submitting esti- 
mate to enforce 

registration, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
request for increase of appropriation for 



156 

59 

242 

194 

208 



180 

78 
28 

54 

94 

144 

124 



71 
208 



182 
229 

58 

16 
232 

168 

225 

260 
142 
175 

26 

115 
202 

86 

152 



nffDEX TO HOUSE EXECUnYE DOCUMENTS. 



vn 



Subject. 



Civil Service Ck>iiiiniflBiQ]i, annual report of, part 8 of No. 1 

Civilian engineers, report of Secretuy of War on, employed in river 
and harbor work 

Ckiims: 

Letter of Secretary of the Treasury transmitting list of, allowed 

by accounting officers 

Letter carriers, statement of Postmaster. GhBueral relative to, of. 

day, Cecil, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting communi- 
cation relatiye to expenses of, in matter of sale of certain lands 
near Fort Mifflin, Pa 

Coast and Qeodetic Survey, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmit- 
ting statement of expenditures of ( 1893) 

CoBur d'Alene Indians, letter of Secretaiy of Interior traiismitting 
agreement with ^ 

Colored soldiers, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting report 
of arrears of pay, etc., due estates of deceased 

Columbia Arsenal, estimate of deficiency appropriation for 

Colville Reservation, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitthig 
estimates of deficiency for opening _ 

Commercial relations, annual report of U. S. consuls on 

Commissioners of the District of Columbia, annual report of 

Commissioner of Internal Revenue, annual report of 

CommisBioner of Labor: 

Ninth annual report of, 1893 

Special report on slums of cities 

Commiaaioner of Railroads, letter .of Secretary of Treasury trans- 
mitting communication from, relating to increase of estimate for 
traveling expen ses 

CamptroUer of Currency, annual report of, 1893 (two puts) 

ComntroUer of Treasury, letter of, transmitting report relative to 
deunquent officials 

Congaree River, letter of Secretary of War relative to improvement 
of 



i 



Consular reports, annual report of consuls on commercial relations. 
Consular regulsLUonB, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 

estimates to rewrite 

Court of Claims, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting list of 
judgments of Court of Claims for which there is no appropriation. 
Coi]fftB of United States: 

Letter of Secretary transmitting estimate of deficiency for pay- 
ment of witnesses 

Bailiffs, etc., deficiency estimate 

Deficiency estimates by Secretary of Treasury ...1 

Letter of Postmaster-Gkneral relative to change of the rule of 

evidence in, relating to handwriting 

Letter of Secretanr of Treasury transmitting additional list of 

amounts found due, etc 

Letter from Secretuy of Treasury transmitting request for addi- 
tional appropriation for 

Crawfish Creek, Ohio, letter of Secretary of War transmitting 

report on ._-..- 

Crow Creek Reservation, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmit- 
ting estimate to pay Indians on, etc 

Currency, annual rei>ort of Comptroller on the (two parts) 

Customs duties, letter of Secretary of Treasury submitting estimates 

for collecting 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting detail 

statonent of refunds of 

Customs officers, letter of S& etary of War transmitting abstract 

<tf emoluments of 

Ciutoms service, report of Secretary of Treasury on awards of moie- 
ties to informers in 

letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to payment 
of officers after expiration of commissionfi 



No. 



20 



98 

8 



100 

157 

158 

258 
181 

288 
83 



84 



84 

66 
88 

104 

102 

68 
201 
211 
280 

196 

159 

167 

24 

121 



\ 



52 
110 
114 

85 



Vol. 



i 



21 
26 



26 
26 



29 

29 

29 

29 
29 

29 
28 
20 
21 

80 
81 



28 
26 

26 

28 

29 



26 
29 
29 
29 

^ 

^9 

29 

26 

29 
28 

26 

29. 

29 

26 



vm 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 




VoL 



Cnstoms service, report of collection for the World's Colmnbian Ex- 
position •_ 

letter of Secretary of Treasury submitting estimate 
of deficiency for collecting duties 



D. 

Deal, Charles, letter of Secretarjr of Treasury relative to claim of 

Deficiencies (see also appropriations) , letters of Secretary transmit- j 

ting estimates of, for the several Departments ( 

Delinquent officials, letter of ComptrdUer of Treasury transmitting 

report on 

Department of Agriculture, letter of Secretary of Agriculture rel- 
ative to expenses of 

letter of Secretary of Treasury trans- 
mitting estimate of deficiency for 
vegetable pathological investigation, 

etc 

report on special agents employed by. . 
Department of the Interior, estimate of deficiencies in appropriations 

for 

letter of Secretary of Interior relative to 

contingent expenses of 

letter of Secretary of Treasurv trans- 
mitting estimate of deficiency for print- 
ing and binding for 

Department of Justice, letter of Attomey-Qeneral submitting report 

on efficiency of employfis in 

letter of Secretary of Treasury Isansmitting 

deficiency estimates 

Department of State, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmittiug 

estimate of defideucy for printing and binding for 

Diplomatic and consular service, letter of Secretary of Treasury 

fransmittin^ estimate for contingent expenses for foreign missions. 

Director of Mint, report on productions of precious metals for 1898. . 

District of Columbia, annul report of Commissioners of 

letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to defi- 
ciencies in appropriations for 

Aqueduct bridge, letter of Secretary of Treas- 
ury transmimng estimate for repair of 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting ad- 
ditional estimate of appropriation for em- 
ployes in court-house 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
recommendation for increase of compensa- 
tion to assistant U.S. attorney for 

public schools, estimate for contingent expenses 

of 

sewer from Fifteenth and E streets, letter of 
Secretarv of Treasury transmitting estimate 

to complete 

letter of Secretary of Treasury tnmsmittinff 
communication from Treasurer of United 
States relative to bill (H. B. 6167) relative to 
payment of greenback certificates of 



E. 

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, letter of Secretary of Treasury 
transmitting agreement of compromise, etc , 

Educational report for 1898 

Eleventh Census, letter of Secretcuy of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of approjiriation for 



166 
281 



185 

88 

108 

84 

14 



286 
248 

88 

60 

286 

21 

126 

172 

118 
287 



180 
78 

46 

66 

222 

78 
160 



128 



44 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



IX 



Subject. 



No. 



Vol. 



EmigraatB, letter of Secretary of Treasiirytraiiflmitthig draft <tf bill 

to determine movement, etc . 

Sngineer'B report, purts 1 to 6, vole. 8^»4,5,6»7»8 



980 



F. 

Plnaaoe report, 1898 , 

Fish Commission, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of appropriation for 

First Comptroller. (See Treasnrer of United States.) 

Fond dn Lac Indians, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 

estimate for 

Ford Theater bnilding, letter of Secretary of War transmitting re- 
port on condition of 

Foreign commerce and navigation of United States, report on, (two 

parts) 

Foreign missionB, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate for contingent expenses for 

Fort Hall Reservation, letter of Secretary of Treasury tiransmitting 

estimate of deficiency for surveying a portion of 

Fort Leavenworth, Kans. , letter of Secretary of War relative to gen- 
eral service clerk for infantry and lurtil- 

lery school at 

letter of Secretary of Treasnry transmit- 
ting estimates for additional appropria- 
tions for military prison at 

letter of Secretary of Treasnry tiransmit- 
ting estimate of deficiency for sapxx)rt 

of military prison at 

FortManroe, Va., letter of. Secretary of War relative to general 

service clerk for infantry and artillery school at. 
letter of Secretary of War relative to occupation 

of public lands at 

Fort Biley, Kans., letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate for artillery and cavalry school at 

Fort Shaw, Mont., letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of appropriation for supi)ort of lodian 

school at - 

Fortification appropriation bill, letter of Secretary of War transmit- 
ting amendment to 

French Bepublic. {See President of French BepubUc.) 

G. 

General Limd Office, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 

estimate for engraving majMs of United States 

for 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
estimates for reproducing plats of surveys 

for 

Qeological Survey for 1888, i)art 1 

part 2 

Gleaeon, Andrew, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to judg- 
ment of 

GKyvemment, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting detailed 

statement of receipts and ezx>enditures of the 

letter of Attomey-O^neral transmitting list of judg- 
ments a^inst - 

Gkivemment Printing Office, letter of Secretary of Treasury trans- 
mitting estimate for removal and 

storage of certain material 

estimates of deficiency for 

Graham, J. J., letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mates to pay for services 



85 

55 

61 



118 
161 

27 

88 

168 
27 
46 
56 

176 

82 



17 

74 



183 
42 
59 



184 
284 



29 



22 
26 

26 
26 
25 
29 
29 

26 

26 

29 
26 
26 
26 

29 
26 



26 

16 
17 

29 

26 

26 



29 
29 

29 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 




Vol. 



Grand Army of Republic, letter of Secretary of War transmittmg 
supplementary statement relative to encampment at Washington. 

Great Lakes, letter of Secretary of War transmitting report on i^ 
towing on 

Greek Gnnrch of Alaska, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to 
reimbursing bishop of 



H. 

Harbors, letter of Secretary of War relative todamageof , by dmnping. 
Hawaii: 

President's message relating to 

President's message relating to (correspondence) 

Letter of President transmitting certain farther information re- 
lating to 

Letter of President transmitting farther correspondence relat- 
ing to 

Letter of President transmitting farther correspondence relat- 
ing to 

Letter of President transmitting dispatch of U. S. minister 

Letter of President transmitting foraier correspondence 

Letter of Secretary of Navy relative to ase of U. S. naval force at. 
Letter of President transmitting dispatches from U. S. min- 
ister at 

Haj Lake Channel, letter of Secretary of Treasary recommending 

lighting of 

Hitt, J. J., et €U.y letter of Secretary of Treasary transmitting esti- 
mates to pav for legal services 

Hadson, N. T., letter of Postmaster-Gtoersd transmitting papers in 

case of i>08tma8ter at 

Hadson &ver bridge, vetoof biU 



L 

Immigration and contract-labor laws, rex>ort of by Secretary of 
Tr^snrjr , as requested by House resolution 

Immigration and passenger movement at ports of United States 
(Ex. Doc. 6, part 2) 

Imx)orted mercnandise, 1890-1898 (Mis. Doc. 96) 

Imports and exports, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
report of Ohief of Bureau of Statistics, on the*principal 



Indian appropriation bill, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmit- 
ting recommenoationforamendment to. 
letter of Secretary of Treasury submitting* 
amendment to section 2 of 

Indian Department, tabular statement of disbursements for 

Indian schools, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting com- 
munication relative to assistant for superintendent of 

Indian Territorjr, letter of Attorney-General transmitting report of 
method of trjring misdemeanors in 

Indian Department. (iSe^Department of Interior.) 

Intercontinental Railway Commission, letter of Secretary of Treas- 
ury relative to compensation of United States representative on. . . 

International Penitentiary Congress, letter of Attomey-Gteneral rel- 
ative to participation in 

Interstate Commerce Commission, letter of Secretary of Treasury 
^ansmitting letter of, relative to reappropriation of unexpended 
balances 

Iron and steel tests, report on, at Watertown Arsenal 



J. 

Johnson, Charles, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
statement of losses of - 

Johnson, J. W., letter of Postmaster-General transmitting papers 

in claim of 



28 

22 

164 

128 

47 
48 

70 

76 

79 
,95 
112 
140 

266 

127 

92 

109 
81 



247 



71 

87 

255 
86 

105 

67 

15 
166 



41 
43 



177 
109 



INDEX TO HOT'SE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



XI 



Subject. 




Jones, W. C, letter of Secretary relative to payment of 

JudgmentB, report of Attorney-General on, against United States. 
(Sapplementallifit) 



K. 

EeDy, E. P., letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting estimates 
to pay 



L. 

Land entries. (See Public lands. ) 

Land Office. (See General Land Office.) 

Larkin, G. T., letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting claim of. 

Leases, letter of Secretary of War regarding, granted in 1893 

Letter carriers, letter of Fostmaster-General relative to claims of. . . 
Liberty statue, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to light on . . 

light-house employes, letters of Secretary of Treasury relative 
to loss of certain, by storms of 1893 _ 



Lights, letters relative to, at : 

Chandeleur ,La 

Charleston, S.C 

Lower Cedar Point, Maryland 

Sandusky Bay ( rei>air ) 

Smith Pass, Mississippi River 

Tampa Bay, Florida 

Lower Cedar Point, Maryland, letter of Secretary of Treasury trans- 

ndttixig estimate to rebuild light-house at 

Loy, D. S. , letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to claim of 



M. 

McCoT, J. G. , letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to pay of 

MachiTie gun^, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmittmg esti- 
mate of appropriation to purchase 

Mahony, Pamck, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to judg- 
ment of 

Marine Corps, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of deficiency for clothing 

Merchandise, report on imported merchandise for 1890-93 (House 

Mis. Doc. 96) 

IGHtia, letter of Secretary of War transmitting abstract of militia 

force of United States 1 

Military Academy, letter of Secretary of War transmitting com- 
munication relative to asphalt walks at 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
estimate of appropriation for buildings and 

grounds for ^ 

Mflitary establishment. (See Army. ) 

Mill Creek, Ohio, letter of Secretary of War transmitting report on. . 
Minnesota River, letter of Secretary of War transmitting report on. . 
Missiflsippi River, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting recom- 
mendation relative to lights at mouth of. 

letter of Secretary of War transmitting estimates 
for improvement of, under Mississippi River 

Commission 

Missouri River, letter of Secretary of War transmitting estimates 

for improvement of, under Missouri Kiver Com- 
mission :... 



letter of Secretary of War transmitting report of 
survey, etc. , of, from Three Forks to Caiyon Ferry, 
Mont 



125 

69 

243 



228 



214 

89 

8 

116 

9 

10 

11 

91 

225 
260 
154 
241 
218 
246 

154 

18 



182 
130 
183 
133 



101 
162 

40 

24 
249 

218 
20 
20 
96 



29 
26 
29 



29 



29 
26 
26 
29 
26 
26 
26 
26 

29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 

29 
26 



29 
29 
29 
29 
25 
29 
29 

26 

26 
29 

29 
26 
26 
26 



XII 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXBCUTIVB DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



Money orders. (See Post-Office Department. ) 

Moore , Ely, statement of amount found due to 

Mount Pleasant (Mich. ) Indian school, letter of Secretuy of Treas- 
ury transmitting increase of estimate for 

Mystic ^steamer) , letter of Secretary of Secretary of War transmit- 
ting statements, etc., of burning of 



N. 

Naval Observatory, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of deficiency in appropriation for contingent expenses of 

Navy Department, letter of Secretary ©f the Navy transmitting list 

of employes in 

Nebeker, E. H., letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to reim- 
bursement of 

New Mexico, letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting copies of 

journal and laws of _ 

New Orleans, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to pay of cer- 
tain mint employes at 

New York Harbor, letter of Secretary of War transmitting report 

relative to dumpingin 

letter of Secretary of War on subject of injurious 

deposits in 

Norfolk navy-yard, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 

estimate for fireproof storeroom at 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
estimate for replacing certain store destroyed 

by fire at 

North American Commercial Company, transmitting papers in case 

of claim of 

North Carolina, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting com- 
munication relative to survey of certain land in 




O. 

Oklahoma, letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting journals of 

first session of legislature of 

letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting copies of 

laws of 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting estimate to 

pay certain deputy marshals in 

claim of W. C. Jones for services and expenses for open- 
ing up of _ _ 

Olsen, H. J. G., letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting affida- 
vit of 



Ordnance and Fortification, third report of Board of 

Owensbjr, J. C, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting papers 
in clami of 



P. 

Pacific railroads, letter of Secretary of Interior in response to resolu- 
tion of House for information as to sinking fund of, to redeem 
bonds issued for 

Pacific railroads, Central and Western, message of Attorney-Gen- 
eral in reOT)onse to House resolution for information relating to 
liability of, to the Government 

Page, Henry, letter of Secretary of Treasury relating to claim of 

Passengers. (5ee Emigrants.) 

Patent Office, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting recom- 
mendation for a classification division in and appropriation for the 
scientific library in 

Pensions, letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting certain in- 
formation relative to complying with act of December 21, 1893 



221 
151 
129 



210 
90 
98 
62 

195 
57 

148 
99 

108 
186 
105 



32 

69 

107 

126 

138 
23 

212 



206 



205 
220 



190 
135 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXSCUTTVE DOOUHSKTS. 



xm 




Petoskery Harbor, Michigan, letter of Secretary of War relatiye to 

item in river and harboor bill for improvement of 

Pbaeoiz (Ariz.) Indian school, letter of Secretary of Treaenry 

transmitting estimate for 

Philadelphia, letter of Secretary of Treasury tranismitting esti- 
mate for reconstnicting bulkhead at NavflJ Home at. 
letter of Secretary of Treasury concerning site for 

mint at 

Pittsburg, Pa., letter of Secretary of Treastu^ transmitting esti- 
mate to cover expense of sale of certain lands at 

Postage stamps, letter of Secretary of Treasury on subject of bid 

for printing of 

letter *of Poetmaster-Gtoneral relative to contract to 

print , 

Postal service, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esthnates 

of deficiencies for 

Postal notes. (See Post-Office Department.) 
Postmaster-General : 
C^omjnunications from — 

ATiTiTia.1 rejwrt of 

Chicago xMMtmaster, transmitting papers in claim of 

Evidences, relative to change of nue of, relative to handwriting 

comparison 

Johnson, J. M., transmitting papers in claim of 

Letter carriers, relative to claims of 

Postage stamps, transmitting information r^tive to contract to 

furmsh 

Bailway Mail Service, transmitting list of dismissals in 1880, 

Mar. 4 to May 1 

Tucker, Irwin, transmitting i)ax)ers in case of , 

Post-Office Department, letter or Secretary of Treasury tnuuonitting 

deficiency estimates for 



letters of Secretciry of Treasury , transmitting 
recommendation to limit validity of iXMitfld 

notes and money orders to 10 years 

Potomac Flats, letter of Secretary of War transmitting^ report on... 
Precious met^, report of Director of Mint on production of (1898) . 
Pkesideat of FreochBepublic, letter of Secretary of State relating to 

religious services at St. Matthew's 

Church 

letter of Secretary of State, transmit- 
ting notice from French minister of 
foreign affairs relatingto resolution 
passed bv Congress of u nited States 
on deatnof 



Pkesidfint of the United States: 
Communications from — 
ATinTii>.l message and foreign relations. 



(correspondence) ..., 

transmitting certain further information, etc 

transmitting further correspondence relating to \ 

transmitting dispatch received from U. S. minister 

transmitting further correspondence 

letter transmitting dispatches from U. S. minister at 

Veto, bill H. B. 71, relating to relief of purchasers of stone and 

timber lands 

Hudson River bridge (H. B. 8289) 

Eugene Wells • 

Printing. (See Public i>rintii^.) 

Pima Agency, Ariz., estimate for flour mill at 

PablicbnildUigB, letter of Secretary of the Treasury relative to 
idans, spedficaaom, etc 



245 



262 



1 

47 
48 
70 
76 
79 
95 
112 
256 

76 
81 



227 

179 



198 


29 


168 


29 


204 


29 


288 


29 


187 


29 


141 


29 


228 


29 


111 


29 




12 


202 


29 


196 

109 

8 


29 
29 
26 


228 


29 


244 

178 


29 
29 


120 


29 


200 
118 
287 


29 
29 

28 



1 

27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 

26 
26 
29 



29 



XIV 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUnVE DOCUMEKTS. 



Stibject. 



No. 



Vol. 



Public landB, letter of President retaming with objection bill H. B. 

71, relating to purchasers of timber and stone lands . 
letter of Secretary of Interior, transmitting abstract of 

suspended entries 

Public Printer, estmiates of deficiency in appropriations for 

Public printing and binding, letter of Secretary of Treasury rela- 
tive to deficiencies in appropriations for 

Public printing, letter of secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of deficiency for 

Public property, letter of Secretary of Treasury, transmitting state- 
ment of unoccupied and xmproductiye public property 



Q. 

Qnartermaster^G^eneral, letter of Secretary of War tranBmitting 
annual report of 

B. 

Bailwar Mail Service, letter of Postmaster-General relative to remov- 
als of clerks in 1889 

Baft towing. (See Great Lakes.) 

Beceipts and expenditures of Umted States, annual statement of 

Becord and Pension Division. (566 War Department.) 
Bevenue steamers, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of appropriation for construction of 

Bivers and harbors, report of Secretary of War on civilian engineers 
employed on works of 

a 

St. Johnsbnrv, Yt. , letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of deficiencies for fish-culture station at 

St. Marys Falls Canal, Michigan, letter of Secretary of War trans- 
mitting report relative to com- 
merce passing through 

letter of Secretary of War trans- 
mitting report on 

St. Marys Biver, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to appro- 
priation Jk)r lighting Hay Lake channel of 

Suidusky J3ay, letter of S^retaryof Treasury recommending repair 

of range lights in 

Sandy Hook, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting estimate 

for sea wall at 

letter of Secretarv of Treasury transmitting estimate 

to bmld sea-wall at 

Santiago (Chile) Exposition, letter of Secretary of Treasury trans- 
mitting papers relative to participation of United States in 

Saugatuck Harbor, Michigan, letter of Secretary of War transmit- 
ting report on 

letter of Secretary of War transmit- 
ting survey of 

Seal fisheries, letter of Secretary of Treasury suggesting appropria- 
tion for inspectors at San Francisco and Victoria 

Secretary of Agriculture: 
Communications from— 

Annual report of 

Department of Agriculture, relative to expenses of 

Special agents, report on, in response to House resolution, em- 
ployed by Departinent of Agriculture 

Secretary of the Interior: 
Communications from — 

Annual report of , vols. 18,14,15 

report of director of Geological Survey, vols. 16 and 17.. 



75 

84 
284 

25 

186 

252 



80 



244 
42 

19 
29 



146 

49 
224 
127 
241 
145 
217 
147 
248 
261 
254 



14 
243 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



XV 



Subject 



Secretary of the Interior^-Gontmned. 
CominTiidcations from — 

Annnal report of Commisffloner of EdtLcation 

Ooeur d*Alene Indians, transmitting agreement with 

hidian department, transmitting report on disbursements for. . . 
Interior Department, transmitting statement of contingent ex- 
penses of 

New Mexico, transmitting copies of laws and journal of legisla- 
ture of 

Oklahoma, transmitting journals of first session of legislature of. 

transmitting copies of laws of 

Pacific railroads, response to House resolution for information 
relatiye to payment b^, of bonds issued to aid construction of. 
Pensions, transmitting mformation relative to complying with 

actof Dec. 21,18d8 

Public lands, transmitting abstract of suspended entries 

Shoshone and Arax)ahoe Indians, transmitting letters of Com- 
missioner of Indian Affairs relative to certain negotiations with. 
Tennessee: transmitting letter of Commissioner of Education 

relative to attack on educational institutions of 

Tankton Sioux Indians, transmitting papers relatiye to ratifica- 
tion of trea^ with . -.. 

Secretary of the Wavy: 
Communications from — 

Annual report 

Armor contracts, relative to violation of (parts 1 and 2) 

Brockway , B. L. , transmitting papers regarding appointment of 

to Naval Academy 

Hawaii, transmitting information relative to use of United 

States naval forces at 

Navy Department, transmitting list of employes in 

Secretary of State: 
Communications from — 

Foreign relations of United States 

Presiaent of French Bepublic, informing House of Representa- 
tives of relijrious services, etc . . . 
transmitting dispatch relating to 
reception of resolutions on 
deaui of, passed by Congress.. 
Secret&ry of the Treasury: 
Communications from — 

Annual report on finances 

Adjutant-General, transmitting estimate for contingent ex- 
penses of 

African slave trade, transmitting estimate to cover part of ex- 
penses of special bureau relating to 

Alaska, transmitting estimate for improvements at Sc^l Island. . 
Alaska salmon fisheries, recommending item for protection of . . 
Appropriations, book of estimates of 

transmitting estimates of deficiencies in j 

Assistant attorneys, transmitting estimates of deficiency in 
appropriations ror pay of 

Assistant treasurers, transmitting request for increased force for, 
in Chicago, St. Louis, and New Orleans 

Attorney-General, transmitting estimates to pHnt decisions of. . 

Boston navy-yard, transmitting estimate for heating marine 
barracks at 

Buffalo (N. T.) public building, requesting item for continuation 
of work on 

Bureau of American Republics, transmitting estimate for main- 
tenance of, etc 

Case, Samuel, transmitting papers in case of claim of*. 

Caswell, T. T., transmitting recommendation relative to ac- 
coimtB of ...............••••.....•...•.....••....•..._...•.• 



No. 



1581 
86 

60 

62 
82 
69 

206 

185 

84 

51 

178 

80 



160 

94 

140 
90 

1 
245 

252 



155 



Vol, 



18 
29 
26 

26 

26 
26 
26 

29 

29 
26 

29 

29 

26 



11 
29 

26 

29 
26 



1 
29 

29 

22 

« 
29 



72 


26 


207 


29 


215 


29 


5 


24 


88 


24 


108 


24 


184 


29 


216 


29 


117 


29 


54 


26 


144 


29 


124 


29 


58 


26 



^SSi\ v^ 



XVI 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXEGmYE DOGUHENTa 



Subject. 




Secretary of the Treasury— Oontmned. 
Communications from — 
Ghandelenr, La., recommending reestabliahment of light station 

at 

Charleston, S. C, showing necessity for additional lights in 

harbor 

Cherokee (N. C.)Iiidian school, transmitting revisedestimate for 
Cherokee Outlet, transmitting estimate of appropriation for re- 
moval of intruders from 

Chicago, Dl., transmitting estimate from Supervising ^chitect 
for payment of work in connection with marine hospitals at. . 

Chile ISxposition, transmitting papers, etc. , relative to 

Chinese ezduflion act, submitting estimate to enforce 

Chinese registration, transmitting request for increase of appro- 
priation for.... 71?. 

Clay, Cecil, transmitting estimate of expejisea in sale of land 

near Fort Miflflin, Pa 

Claims, transmittdng list of, allowed by accounting officers 

Coast and G^eodetic Survey, transmitting statement of expendi- 
tures of (1898) 

Colored soldiers, transmitting information relative to arrears of 

pay, etc., due estates of deceased 

Colville Reservation, transmitting estimate of deficiency for 

opening 

Commissioner of Railroads, transmitiing communication rela- 
tive to Ixavelin^ expenses of 

Consular Regulations, transmitting estimate for having re- 
written -. 

Court of Claims, transmittmg list of judgpnents rendered by, etc. 
Courts of United States, transmitting estimates of deficiency for 

pasrment of witnesses in 

transmitting request for additional ap- 
propriation for 

transmitting additional list of amounts 

found due, etc 

transmitting estimate of deficiency for. 
deficiency estimates to x>ay bailiffs, etc 

deficiency estimates 

CrowCreek Reservation, transmitting estimate topay Indiansin, 

etc 

Customs duties, transmitting estimate for collecting 

Ixansmitting report of awards to informers 

transmitting detailed statement of refunds of . . . 

Customs officers, transmitting Teport on emoluments of 

Customs Service, transmitting communication relative to pay- 
ment of officers in, after expiration of term 

of service 

transmitting estimate of deficiency to collect 

revenue from customs 

Deal, Charles, relative to claim of 

Deficiencies in appropriations, transmitting estimates of 

Dex>artment of Agriculture, transmitting item of deficiency for 

investigations, etc 

Department of Justice, Ixansmitting deficiency estimate for 

Department of State, transmitting estimate of deficiency for 

printing and binding in .: .' 

District of Columbia, transmitting additional estimates of appro- 

E nation for ceilain employes in court- 
ouseof 

tnmsmitting recommendation for increase 
of comi)ensation of assistant to U. S. 

attorney for 

transmitting estimate to complete sewer 
from Fifteenth and E streets to Potomac 
River, and repair of Aqueduct Bridge 



226 

260 
142 

26 

116 
147 

86 

162 

100 
88 

157 

258 

288 

64 

104 
102 

68 

167 

169 
211 
201 
280 

121 

52 

86 

110 

114 

160 

281 
186 
108 

286 
126 

172 
46 
66 
78 



IKDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



xvn 



Subject. 




Vol. 



Secretary of the Treasury — Continned. 
Commtmications from — 
District of Coliimbia, relative to deficiencies in appropriations for . 

estimate for contingent expenses of pnUio 

schools 

Skistem Band of Cherokee Bidians, transmitting agreement of 

compromise of , etc , 

Eleventh Census, transmitting estimate of appropriation for 

Elmigrants, transmitting draft of bill relating to 

fish Commission, transmitting estimate of appropriation for ... 

Tonddil Lac Indians, transmitting estimate for 

Foreign commerce and navigation of United States (two parts). 
Foreign missions, transmitting estimate for contingent expenses 

of 

Fort Hall Reservation, transmitting estimate of deficiency for 

surveying a portion of 

Fort Leavenworth, Eans., transmitting additional estimate for 

military prison at 

transmitting estimate of deficiency 
for support of military prison at. .. 
Fort Riley, Eans., transmitting estimate for artillery and 

cavah-y school at 

Fortification appropriation bill, transmitting amendment to 

Gleason, Andrew, relative to judgment of 

Government Printing OfiGlce, transmitting estimate for removid 

and storage, etc 

Graham, J. J., transmitting estimates to pay 

Greek Church of Alaska, recommending appropriation to reim- 
burse bishop of 

Greenback certificates of District of Columbia, transmitting 

letter of Treasurer relative to bill (H. R. 6177) relating to 

Hay Lake channel, St. Mary's River, relative to appropriation for 



hghting 
[itt, " ■ 



Hitt, J. J.,et aZ., transmitting estimate to pay for le^l services. . 
Immigration and contract labor laws, transmitting mf ormation 

as to adminiBtration of 

Inmiigration and imssenger movement at ports of United States 

(Ex. Doc. 6, part 2) 

Iznports and exports, etc., letter transmitting report of Chief of 

Bureau of Statistics on principal 

Indian appropriation bill, transmitting recommendation for 

amendment to 

submitting amendment to section 2 

of 

Indian school at Cherokee, N. C, transmitting estimate of appro- 
priation for 

Indian school at Fort Shaw, Mont., transmitting estimate of 

appropriation for , 

Indian schools, transmitting conmiunication relative to assistant 

to8ui>erintendentof 

Intercontinental Railway Commission, relative to compensation 

for U. 8. representatives on 

Interior DeiMurtmeiit, transmitting; estimates of deficiencies in 

appropriations for 

estmiate of deficiency for printing and 

binding[for 

Interstate Commerce Commission, transmitting letter relative 

to reappropriation of certain unexpended balances 

Johns on, Charles, transmitting statement of losses of 

Jones, W. C, transmitting estimate of exi>enses,etc., in opening 

up Oklahoma 

Kelly, £. P., transmitting estimate to pay 

Land Office maps, transmitting estimate for engraving 

Land Office surveys, transmitting estimate to reproduce plats of. 
Larkin, G. T., transmitting papers relating to daim of 

H. Ex. 53—2 u 



06 

83 

183 

134 
228 

164 

169 

127 
92 

247 



71 

87 
255 
175 
176 
105 

16 

87 

285 

41 
177 

126 
228 

17 

74 

214 \ 



2» 

29 

81^ 
8& 
29 
2& 
2& 
25 

2» 

2» 

2e 

2» 

2e 
26 

29 

2» 
2& 

29' 

29 

29 
26 

29 

25 

2& 

26 

29 

29 

29 

29 

2e 

2& 

29 

26 
2» 

29^ 
29 
2e 



xvm 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



Secretary of the Treasury — Continued. 
CommunicationB from — 
Liberty statue, relative to light on . 



Light-house employes, relatiye to losses 1^ in storm of 1898.. 



Lower Cedar Point, Maryland, transmitting estimate to rebuild 
light-house at 

Loy , D. S. , transmitting estimate for appropriation for 

Machine guns, transmitting estimates to purchase 

McCoy, J. G., transmitting communication relative to pay of 

Mahony, Patrick, relative to judgment of 




Marine Corps, transmitting estimates of deficiency for clothing. 
Military academy, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 

additional estimate for buildings and grounds 

Mint at Philadelphia, transmittinig information concerning 

curing site for 



Mississippi River, transmitting estimate to establish light>ship 
th" 



due 

ansmitting increased 



at South Pass of 

Moore, Ely, transmitting report of amounts 

Mount Pleasant (Mich.) Indian school, trai 
estimates for 

Naval Observatory, transmitting estimate of deficiency for con- 
tingent expenses of 

Nebecker, E. H., transmitting communication relative to reim- 
bursement of — 

New Orleans mint, relative to pa^ of certain employes in 

Norfolk navy-yard, Ya., transmitting estimate for fire-proof 

storehouse 



transmitting estimate for rmlacing 

fl[re , 



certain store destroyed 1^ 

North American Commercial Company, transmitting papers in 
case of claim of 

Nortii Carolina, transmitting communication relative to survey 
of land in 

Oklahoma, transmitting estimate to pay certain deputy mar- 
shals in 

Olsen, H. J. G., transmitting statement of, relative to losses, etc.. 

Owensby, J. C, transmitting papers in clium of 

Page, Henry, transmitting papers in case of 

Patent Office, relative to appropriations for classification divisions 
in, and for the scientific library of 

Philadelphia, transmitting estimate relating to reconstruction of 
bulkhoad at Naval Home 

Phcsnix (Ariz.) Indian School, transmitting estimates for 

Pima Agency, Ariz., transmitting recommendation for appro- 
priation for flour mill at 

Pittsburg, Pa., transmitting estimate to meet expense of sale of 
certain lands at 

Postage stamps, transmitting information relative to pro];>oeal 
of Bureau or Printing? and Engraving, etc 

Postal Service, transmitting estimates of deficiencies for 

Post-Office Department, transmitting deficiency estimate for... I 

relative to limitation of time of payment 
of postal notes and money orders 

Public buildings, relative to plans, specifications, etc., of 



Public printing, etc., transmitting estimate of deficiency for.. \ 



Public property, transmitting tabulated statement of xmoccupied 
and unproductive public property of United States 

Receipts and expenditures of United States, transmitting dfetaiied 
statement of __. 




154 
18 
180 
182 
183 
188 


29 
26 
29 
29 
29 
29 


40 


26 


288 


29 


218 
221 


29 
29 


151 


29 


210 


29 


98 
1^5 


29 
29 


99 


29 


108 


29 


186 


29 


106 


29 


107 
188 
212 
220 


29 
29 
29 
29 


190 


29 


204 
168 


29 
29 


227 


29 


187 


29 


141 
111 
120 


29 
29 
29 


200 
179 
25 
186 
234 


29 
29 
26 
29 
29 


252 


29 


42 


26 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECTTTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



Secretary of the Treasnry — Continaed. 
Cominanicatioiis from — 
BeTenne steamers, transmitting estimates of appropriation for 

construction of 

Bt. Johnsbnry, Yt., transmitting estimate of deficiencies for fish- 

cnltnral station at 

Sandusky Bay, recommending appropriation for rex>airs of range 
lightein 

Sandy Hook, transmitting estimates for sea wall at ] 

Seal fisheries, suggesting appropriations for inspectors at Vic- 
toria and San Francisco 

Secret Service, transmitting request for additional appropriation 
for 

Shoshone Agency, Wyo., transmitting estimate for erection of 
flour mill and sawmill at 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak., referring to estimate for completion of pub- 
lic buildin&r at 

Southern ana Central Pacific railroads, transmitting scbedide 
of claims of 

Statistical Abstract for 1893 

Statistical abstract of forei^ countries, transmitting request 
of Chief of Bureau of Statistics for authority to print 

Steamship, relative to bill to facilitate entry of 

Suxiervisors of elections, transmitting request for appropriation 
to pay certain 

Supreme Court, transmitting estinoate of deficiency for printing 
and bindinf^ f or 

Tampa Bay lights, recommending increase of appropriation for. 

Treasurer of United States, transmitting estimate for additional 
clerk in office of assistant, at Cincinnati 

Dedciency in appropriations for contingent expenses, Independ- 
ent Treasury - 

Transmitting estimate of deficiencjr to pav special agents 

Treasury bindery , relative to machinery for 

Treasury Department, relative to contingent expenses of 

transmitting schedules ox useless pax)ers 
in (2 parts) 

Treasury notes, relative to 7.3 per cent notes 

Umpoua River light station, transmitting estimate for finishing. 

Vessels, transmitting bill to amend section 6294 of Revised 
Statutes, relating to 

Whito, J. K., transmitting claim of 

Win8ton,AlexanderM., relative to claim of 

Woodson, Daniel, transmitting report of amounts due 

World's Columbian Exposition, transmitting report of collector 
of customs for 

War Department, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to 

rent of building for Record and Pension 

Division of 

Record and Pension Division, transmitting 
estimate for rent of Union Building for 

Ynen, Sam, transmitting papers in case of 

Secretary of War : 
Communications from — 

Annual message (part 2 of President's message, and accomx>any- 




ing documents) . . 

ArmB,eto., overorawn, relative to - 

Azmy, transmitting draft of bill to promote administration of 

justice in 

transmitting report on contingent expenses of 

Baltimore Naval Veterans' Association, relative to bill to donate 

condemned cannon to - 

Board of Ordnance and Fortification, third report of < 



19 

146 

241 
145 
217 

254 

166 

77 

240 

168 
»7 

198 
191 

148 

149 
246 

226 

197 

219 

170 

18 

208 
188 
181 

251 

63 

171 

221 

165 

192 

218 
174 






187 

60 
122 

181 
23 



2& 

2» 

2» 
29 
2» 

2» 

2e 

2» 
2» 

2a 

29 
29 

29^ 

2^ 

2» 

2» 

29 
29 
29 
2d 

29 
29 
29 

29 
26- 
29 
29 

29 

29 

29 
29 



2 
29 

29 

29 

29 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



Secretary of War— Continued. 
Ck)mmunications from — 

California D6bris Commiflsion, transmitting report of 

transmitting letter of President 
of, relating to certain modifi- 
cations of act creating 

Chief of Ordnance, report of 

Civilian engineers, transmitting statement of, employed in 

river and narbor work 

Engineer's report, parts 1 to 6 

Fort Leavenwosi^, relative to general-service clerk for infantry 

and artillery school at 

Fort Monroe, Ya., referring to occupation of public lands at 

relative to general-service clerk for infantry 

and artillery school at 

Ford Theater building, transmitting report on condition of 

Oeneral service clerl^, submittinp^ paper relative to, at Fort 

Leavenworth, Eans., and Fort Monroe, Va 

Grand Army of the Republic encampment, transmitting supple- 
mental requisition by citizens' committee for 

Oreat Lakes, transmitting report on raft towing on 

Harbors, transmitting report on damage by dumping, etc 

Inspector-Gteneral, report of 

Leases, transmitting list of, granted in 1898 

Militia, transmitting abstract of militia force of United States.. 
Military Academy, transmitting communication relative to as- 
phalt walks at 

Mystic (steamer), transmitting letter relative to losses by burn- 
ing or 

Kew York ELarbor, transmitting report relative to dumping in.. 

Potomac Flats, transmitting report relative to 

Quartemiaster-Gk)neral, transmitting annual report of 

Aivers and harbors — 

Big Sandy River, Kentucky 

Congaree River 

Crawfish Creek, Ohio 

Mill Creek, Ohio 

Minnesota River, Minnesota 

Mississippi River from Passes to mouth of Ohio River 

Missouri River from its mouth to Sioux City, Iowa 

between Three Forks and Canyon Ferry, 

Mont 

New York Harbor, injurious deposits in 

Petoskey (Mich.) Harbor, transmitting letter relative to 

item in river and harbor appropriation bill relative to 

St. Marys Fall Canal, relative to commerce passing through. 

relative to improvement of « 

Saugatuck Harbor, Michigan i 

Soldiers' Home, transmitting draft of bill to regulate admis- 
sion to 

Tests of iron and steel at Watertown Arsenal, transmitting re-' 

port of commanding officer relative to 

"War Department, relative to contingent exx)eii8es of 

transmitting statement of Contracts entered" 

into by 

transmitting list of employes of II"! 

transmitting report on useless papers in 1 1 1 1 1 1 
Secret service, letter of Secretary of 'Treasury transmitting requ^ 

for additional appropriation for 

Shoshone and Arapahoe Indians, letter of Secretary of Interiorriia^ 

tive to negotiations with 

Shoshone Agency, Wyo.^ letter of Secretary of Treasury transmit^" 
ting estimate for erection of flour mill and saw mill at .... 



No. 



16 
182 



28 



37 
46 

27 
61 

27 

28 

22 

123 



VoL 



89 
101 

162 

129 
67 

118 
80 



26 



29 
9 

26 
8-8 

26 
26 

26 
26 

26 

26 
26 
29 
10 
26 
29 

29 

29 
26 
29 
26 



78 


26 


66 


26 


24 


26 


24 


26 


249 


29 


20 


26 


20 


26 


96 


26 


143 


29 


193 


29 


49 


26 


224 


29 


248 


29 


261 


29 


88 


26 


48 


26 


12 


26 


89 


26 


63 


26 


250 


29 


166 


29 


61 


26 


77 


26 



IRDBX TO HOUSE EXECUTIYE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 




V6L 



Sumz FaUfl, 8. Dak., leferring to estiinate for completion of pnbllo 

baildiDgat 

Sltunfl of oilies, TepoETt of GommuBioner of Labor on 

Soldiers* Home, letter of Secretary of War tranamitting bill to regu- 
late admiBBion to 

Sonth Pass. (See MmsBiipi Biver.) 

Southern Padnc Railroad Company, letter of Secretary of Treasury 
transmitting transportation clahns of.... ...................... 

Statistical Abstract for 1893 

Statistical abstract of foreign conntries, letter of Secretary of Treas- 
nry transmitting request of Chief of Bureau of Statistics for au- 
thority to print 

Steamahipa, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to bill to fadli- 
tateen&y of 

Stone lands. (iSss Publio lands. ) 

Supervisors of elections, letter of Secretuy of Treasury transmitting 
request for appropriation to pay certain 

Supreme Court, lettar of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate of defioienqy for printing and binding for 



TampaBay, Florida,letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to estab- 

lisning ughts . - - .... 

Tennessee, letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting stetement of 
Conunissioner of Education relative to attack on educational 

standiMof 

Tests of iron and steel, report on, at Watertown arsenal 

Timber lands. {See Public lands. ) 

Treasozer of United States, letter from, transmitting copies of ac- 
counts of First Comptroller 

estimate for additional clerk in office of 

assistant at Cincinnati 

letter of Secretary of Treasury submit- 
fang recommenoations for increase of 
force for assistant treasurers at St. 

Louis, Chicago, and New Orleans 

Treasury y letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to new machinery 

for bindery of 

letter of Secretary of the Treasury relative to deficiency in 

appropriations for the contingent expenses of 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting estimate to 

pay special agents 

Treasury Department, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 

list of useless papers in 

letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting 
request for additional appropriation for 

secret service division ....... 

letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to 

contingent expenses of 

Treasury notes, letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to 7.8 per 

cent notes 

Tucker, Irwin, letter of Postmaster-General transmitting papers in 
case of claims of........ 



U. 

Umpqua Biver light station, letter of Secretary transmitting esti- 
mate for finishing 

Union FactBo Bailway, letter of Attorney-General relative to ap- 
pointment of receivers of, etc 



Company, letter of Attorney-General trans- 
mitting bill, etc., to secure claim of the 

United States 

Unproductive property. (See Public property.) 



88 



168 
97 



108 
191 

148 
149 



246 



178 
48 



81 
926 

216 
170 
197 
219 

208 

166 
18 

188 
178 



181 
194 

208 



81 



28 



29 
29 



29 



29 
26 



26 
29 

29 
29 
29 
29 
29 

29 
26 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE D0CUHENT8. 



Subject. 




VoL 



V. 

Vessels, letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting amendment to 

section 6294 of Revised Statutes 

Veterinarians. (See Army.) 

Veto, letter of President returning bill (H. B. 8289) without his ap- 
proval 

letter of President returning bill (H. B. 71) relating to proof 

by purchasers of stone and timber lands 

letter of President returning bill for relief c^ Eugene Wells. 
War Department, letter of Secretary of War relative to contingent 

expenses of 

letter of Secretary of War transmitting statement 

of contracts entered into by 

letter of Secretary of War transmitting list of 

employes in 

letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to rent of 
building for Record and Pension Division of .. 
letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting esti- 
mate for rent of Union Builoing for Record and 

Pension Division of 

letter of Secretary of War transmitting report on 

useless papers m 

Watervliet Arsenal, letter of Secretary of War transmitting recom- 
mendations relative to paving at - 

Wells, Eugene, veto by Iresident 

White, J. K., letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to daim of .. 
Winston, Alexander M., letter of Secretary of Treasury submitting 

estimate to pay for services 

Woodson, Daniel, statement of amount found due to 

Worlds* Columbian Exposition, letter of Secretary of Treasury trans- 
mitting report of collector oi: customs for 

Yankton Sioux Indians, letter of Secretary of Interior truismitting 

papers relating to ratification of treaty with 

Yuen, Sam, letter of Secretary of the Treasury relative to 



261 



81 



26 



76 
269 


26 
29 


12 


26 


89 


26 


68 


26 


192 


29 


218 


29 


260 


29 


189 

269 

68 


29 
29 
26 


171 
221 


29 
29 


166 


29 


80 
174 


26 
29 



iSSd CoNaBBSS, > HOUSE OF REPEESBNTATIVE8. ( Ex. Doo. 
:Mf Session. ] \ No. 83. 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 



OF THB 



UNITED STATES 



WITH 



FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



18 9 8. 



ANKUAL. REPOKTS OP THE CONSULS OP THE UNITED STATES ON THB 
COMMEKCE, MANUFACTURES, INDUSTRIES, ETC., OF 

THEIR SEVERAL DISTRICTS. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICK. 

1894. 



EUROPE. 



AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 



TRIESTE AND FIUMB. 



I bftTe the bonor to transmit herewith report of commeroe and nayigation for 
Trieste and Finme during the year ending December 31, 1892. 
The imports and exports of Trieste were as follows : 



By 
ByUnd 

Total 



]bnports. 



$70, 201, 106 
61,872,884 



182,073,990 



$58,640,644 
68.M5,47i 



112, 686, lU 



This is an increase over the previous year of $13,180,036 in imports and of 
$3,276,636 in exports. 

The total valae of declared exports from Trieste to the United States for the same 
period amounted to $1,015,374, an increase of $188,236, and the imports from the 
United States amounted to $1,730,539, an increase of $718,373 as compared with the 
previous year. 

The imports by sea for Fiume reached 307,474 tons, of the value of $16,618,846. 
The exports were 418,081 tons, valued at $19,121,341. Compared with the year 1891 
it shows an increase in the imports of $2,971,062 and a decrease of $2,477,226 in the 
exports. The imports by land amounted to 382,720 tons and the exports to 234,537 
tons, value not given. This is a decrease of 110,478 tons in imports and an increase 
of 75,367 tons in exports, as compared with the preceding year. 

The imports from the United States at Finme in 18% was $207,272 and the ex- 
ports (including merchandise coming from outside the district) $079,460, showing 
an increase of $6,351 in the imports and $460,211 in the exports. The imports con- 
sisted mostly of petroleum, resin, and tobacco. 

Thirty-two vessels arrived in Trieste from the United States during the yoftfi viZy 
twenty-five sailing vessels and seven steamers, the former representing 13,465 tons 
and the latter 13,211 tons. Sixteen steamers of 34,260 tons and three sailing vessela 
of 1,600 tons cleared for the United States. No emigrants. 

Jambs F. H^RTeoan, 

Consul, 

Trikstb, September 5, 189S, 

8 



4 COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 

Statement Bhowing the imports and exports at Trieste for the year ending December SI, 1899. 

IMPORTS. 



Articlei. 



Add: 

Phenio qaintals.. 

Kitrio do.... 

Snlphurio do.... 

Aooms do 

Albomen do 

Alcohol hecto1it«n.. 

AUjKarlne qointalB.. 

Aloes do 

-Alntn ...................do.... 

AniiDAla : 

Lambs number.. 

Sheep and goata do. . . . 

Oxen, bulla, and cows do. . . . 

Hogs do — 

Horses do 

Asses do 

Argols quintala.. 



Anns, parts of, fire. ....•>.. ..do... 



Ashes, wood and coal . . 
Asphaltom 



.do. 
■do. 



Bacon 
Baga. 



.do., 
.do.. 



Balsam do... 

Barks: 

Chinaohina do... 



I*or tanning. 



.do. 



Prepared. 



.do. 



In baga do... 

Beer heotolitors. 

Bells qointals. 

Brooms and brashes do. . . 

Books, printed do... 



Bones: 

Cnttleflsh do. 

DlTers do. 



Borax 
Brass 



.do. 
.do. 



Bread do.. 

Bricks and tiles namber.. 

Brimstone quintals.. 

Bionae , do 

Batter do — 

Cacao • do — 



Quantity. 



Camphor do.... 

Candles: 

Wax do 

Divers do 

Canes: ^ 

Indian..... ■■•>>••• ......do. ... 

Divers do 

Caoutchouc and rubber (divers), 
quintals. 

Carriages quintals.. 

Caviar • ..do.... 



168 
1 

5 
1,638 

105 

90 

128 

601 

1,866 

6,803 

22 

12 

4 

2 

17,473 



67 



6 
0,236 



20 
10,820 

8 

48 

420 

058 

650 

186 

151 

1,882 

862 



602 
10,647 

3,727 
404 

322 
233,836 

08, 437 

01 

1,684 

4,079 

8 

358 
541 

47 

857 

51 


17 



Countries whence imported. 



Great Britain, 163 : TnrVey, 8 ; Aostrian porta, & 
Italy, 1. ^ 1- 

Austrian ports. 1. 

Turkey, 435; Greece, 364; India, 48; France, 80; Ai» 

trian ports, 44; Italy, 86; China, 22; Egypt, 12. 
Turkey, 3; Austrian ports, 2. 
Italy, 800: Austrian ports, 640; Turkey, 81; Franeo^ 

74 ; India, 17 ; Greece, 5; Great Britain, 3. 
Turkey, 105. 

Great Britain, 76; Germany, 14. 
Great Britain, 125 ; Austrian porta, t| Greaeeb 1. 

Aualrian ports, 601. 

Austrian ports, 1,858; Egypt, 8. 

Austrian porta, 5,384; Turkey, 9l 

Austrian ports, 22. 

Austrian ports, 12. 

Austrian ports, 2 ; Egypt, X 

Itsiy, 11,882; Austrian porta, 2, 050; Turkey, 1,808 1 

Greece, 1,063; France, 585; Boumania, 16; Great 

Britain, 1. 
Italy, 28; Greece, 21; Turkey, 6; Belgium, 8; Bulga> 

ria, 3 ; Austrian ports, 2 ; Egypt, 2 ; Great Britain, l| 

Germany, 1. 
Austrian ports, 3 ; Italy, 2. 
Trinidad. 4,060; Turkey, 1,462; Tunis, 2,000; (Hnnany, 

1,500; Egypt, 146} France, 44; Greece, 10; Italy, 8| 

Netherlands, 6. 
Great Britain, 12; Italy, 12; Austriui ports. 5. 
India, 8,685; Great Britain, 3,544; Itafy, 2^06: Keth- 

erhmds, 252; Belgium, 100; France, 31; Turkey, 12. 
Germany, 8. 

Great Britain, 20 ; Italy, 14 ; Netherlands, i } Germany, 
4 * Greece 1 

Austrian ports, 857; Italy, 52; Great Britain, 10; Ger- 
many, 5; Turkey, 4; France, 1. 

United States. 556; Austrian ports, 382; Italy, 16| 

Egypt, 2; Germany,!; Russia,!. 
Italy, 648 ; Austrian porta, ; Greece, 1 ; Buaaia, L 
Great Britain. 87; Austrian ports, 62; Greece, 18; Tor* 

key, 12; Ku88ia,4; Germany,* 3. 
Italy, 85 ; Austrian ports, 54 ; Greece, 7 ; TnrVey, ft. 
Italy, 1,276; Austrian ports, 105; Greece, 1. 
Italy, 250; Greece, 30; Turkey, 33; Russia, 18; Ana- 

trian ports, 0; Egypt, 8; Tunis, 3; Great Britain, 1| 

France, L 

Italy, 504 ; France, 83 ; Greece, 12 ; Austrian ports, 8. 
Austrian ports, 5,585; India, 3,015; Turkey, 1,216; 

Greece, 711 ; Montenegro, 00. 
Turkey, 3.684; Italy, 41; Germany, 2. 
Great Britain, 350; Austrian ports, 30 ; Italy, 14; Tu^ 

key, 10. 
Italy, 238; France, 32; Austrian ports, 52. 
~ av, 200,027; Austrian ports, 16,"" 

ItaV, 08,210; Great Britain. 113; France, 100; Turkey, 

3 ; Austrian ports. 2. 
Greece, 45; Great Britain, 28; Italy, 11; Turkey, 8| 

Austrian ports, 2. 
Italy,!,. 508; Austrian ports, 158; Great Britain, 18; 

Turkey, 5. 
Great Britain. 1. 276 ; Italv, 033 ; Germany, 834; France, 

Bo'j, Brazil, 100; Netherlands, 08; Greece, 55. 
Germany, 8. 

It&fy,354; Austrian x>ort8, 3 ; Roumaaia,!. 
Belgium. 301 ; France, 115; Italy, 15; Ketherlanda, 80. 

Germany, 15; India, 13; France, 12; Austrian porta, 7. 
Italy, 234 ; Germany, 101 ; Austrian ports, 15 ; Tunis, 9L 
Ital3',41; Great Britain, 7; Austrian porta, 8; Greece, 

1; Tunis, 1: France,!; Turkey,!. 
Austrian ports, 7 ; Turkey, 2. 
Turkey, 8; Greece, 7; Russia,!; Italy, 1. 



Italy, 200,027; Austrian ports, 16,065; Great Britain, 



EUROPE ^AUSTRI A-HUNGAB Y. 



Statement Bh(nring the importt and exports at IHeete, eto. — Continued. 

IMP0BT3— Continued. 



ArticlM. 



Ommt •• qnintals. 

Cameiit, Buaiafftctiired do... 

Cblk do... 



Qoantity. 



Cheen 



.do. 



Qwilwla, prodncto 



» • • «UOa m m t 



ClKWolate And snlMtitiites. . .do. 

Chloride lime do. 

Clothi do. 



GharMMl. 
Cod 



.do. 
.do. 



OwMntri . 



.do... 



OMUoflel berry 
OoAi 



.do. 
.do. 



OoAei rabetitntes. «•■■•.... .do. 

Ooloeyntb do. 

Ookn prepared...... do. 



OPBflstibles 



.do. 



.do. 



Oepper, maniifActared . 
CSoppw.aon^ 



Canl.. 
Ootton. 



.do.. 

.do.. 

.do. 
.do. 



OatloB, BMymfkctureA .......do. 



.do. 



OnetoeaA do. 

Omiia. ..................... .do. 

Aniee, fltsr .....«••...... do. 

Cbmemon do. 



Cloree do. 



Vntmeg . . 
Pepper ... 



...do. 
...do. 



PI tnen to..... •...«••..... do. 
Oinger do. 

Biren do. 



lirtbi: 

Coloring do. 



DiTera 



.do. 



Japen 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



4,207 

88 
L646 



409 

4 

i«5eo 

208 

11 
1^095,460 



480 
481,326 



Cotmtriee wbenoe imported. 



24 
M 
67 



6.861 

4,686 

98 
5,164 

84 

574.720 

9,886 

9,700 

167 
18 

88 

10,828 

1,047 

873 
98,674 

2,600 
1,675 

178 
3,661 
0,846 



007 

876 

1,085 



Anstrian porta, 4,006; Italy, 104; Great Britain, 44| 
Germany, 10; Egypt, 4. 

Italy, 26; Anstrian porta, 12. 

Italy, 1,237; United States, 208; France, 15; Anatriaa 
porta,!. 

Italy, 4, 512; Tarlcey,727; Anatrian porta, 185; Greeoe^ 
140; Netherlands, 06; Great Britain, 8; France, 6| 
Belginm, 2. 

Italy, 205; Great Britain, 78; Austrian porta, 16; GcK^ 
many, 18; France, 4; Greeoek7; Egyp^l. 

Italy, 4. 

Great Britain, 1.560. 

Italy, 157; Turkey, 40; India, 7; Egypt, 9; Greece, 1| 
Austrian porta,!. 

Italy, 7 ; Austrian porta, 4. 

Great Britain, 707, 008 ; Austrian porta, 376, 005; Bel- 
gium, 6,000; Ita^, 3,822; Germany, 6; Ketberlanda, 
2,040. 

France, 110; Italy, 11 ) Gnat Britain, 6; Anatrian 
porta,!. 

Turkey, 480. 

Brazil, 283,306; Germany, 87, 887; Egypt, 88,109; Italy, 
31,908; India, 24,751; Great BritiOn, 15,200 ; France, 
11,768; Netherlands, 10,818; Aden, 3,360; United 
States, 2.075; Belgium, 2,648; Philippines, 1,878 1 
Puerto Kico, 625 ; Jamaica, 505 ; Austrian porta, 338 1 
Massowah,68; Boumania,27; Greece, 18; Cyprus, 4| 
Turkey, B; Knssia,L 

Austrian porta, 24. 

Eg3rpt 57; Cyprus, 81; Turkev, 6. 

Great Britain, 34; Germany, 10; Belgium, 6; Tnrk^, 
^i Bgypt, 3; Austrian porta, 3; Italy, 3; Russia, I| 
Greece, 1. 

Austrian porta, 8,036; Italy, 480; India, 826; Germany, 
163; France, 145; Turkey, 180; Great Britain, 85 1 
Greece, 46: Bussia, 85; Egypt, 10; Belgium, 5. 

Great Britain, 2,8K7; Germany, 508; United States, 
408; Turkey, 320; Austrian porta, 268; Italy, 110 1 
Belgium, 03; Egypt, 34; Greece, 29; CTpms,20. 

Italy. 12; Austrian porta, 5; Great Britain, 5; Tiiv> 
key, 7. 

Italy, 2,420; Turkey, 1,666; Austrian ports, 606| 
Greece, 381. 



Italy, 14; Turkey, 6; Austrianporta, 4. 
Fgypt, 155, 185; India, 340, 450: Turkey, 43.603 ; United 
Statee, 24,813; Italy, 6,265; Great Britain, 3,088; 



Cyprus. 470 ; Greece, 326 ; Aden, 28 ; Austrian porta, 4. 
Great Britain. 1,498; Italy, 641 ; Turkej, 103 ; Austrian 
porta, 76; Belgium, 25; Greece, 25; Netherlands, 16; 

Italff2,371; Austrian porta, 206; Great Britain, 144; 

Turkey, 43; France, 85. 
Austrian porta, 140; Italy, 7; Turkey, L 
Italy, 12; Auatrian ports, 0; Greece, 1. 

China, 83. 

China. 0,946; India, 550; Italy, 801; Great Britain, 89| 
Netnerlands, 39 ; Germany, 19 ; France, 11 ; Egypt. 9. 

France, 421 ; India, 368 ; Great Britain, 101 ; Egypt, 125 ; 
Germany, 22 ; Austrian porta, 5 ; Italy, 5. 

Netherlan'ds, 300; Egypt, 8; Italy, 5. 

India, 13,903; Kf^yyt, 6,696; Great Britain, 1,544: Italy, 
1,108; Austrian porta, 142; Germany, 93; Nether* 
lands, 54; Roumania, 28; Greece, 13; Turkey, 3. 

United States, 1,243 ; Jamaica, 954: Great Britain, 502. 

Great Britain, 872; India, 301; Germany, 382; Nether- 
lands, 30. 

Egypt, 69; Germany, 32; Great Britain, 29; Italy, 94 1 
Turkey, 11; France, 4; Greece, 1; India, 3. 

France, 2,586; Italy, 650; Great Britain, 329; Ger- 
many, 50; Greece, 14; Austrian porta, 13; Belgium, 
11. 

Italy, 4,332; France, 2,232; Great Britain, 1,392: Bel- 



i'nm,802; United Statoa, 609; Greece, 317; Egypt, 
arkey, 43; Austrtan porta, 32; Tunis, 1. 
64; £g7pt, 200; Great Britain, 33. 
, 363; Austrian porta, 7; Greece, 6; Egypt, 1. 



India, 764 

Turkey, 3 . ... 

Turkey, 1,983; Great Britain, 2. 



< 

6 



COUMEBCIAL BELATI0N8. 

Siateinent Bkofoing the imports and txporU at IVietto, eto.— <lontinaed« 

nCPOBTS-Contiaiud. . 



AztlelM. 



Basenoes, Aromfttio qtitntala. 

Extracts: 

Tanning.... do... 

Dyeing .....do... 

Felt do... 

Fennd do... 

Flah: 

Prepared do... 

HexTing do... 

Stock do... 

Smoked and dried do... 

Flax do... 

TF\ana do... 

Fowls do... 

Fmitii: 

Orangea and lemons do. . . 

Cai>er8 do... 

St. John's bread do. . . 

Chestnuts do.... 

Pickled crab apples do. . . 

Dates do... 

Dried figs do... 

Almonds do... 

Kola do... 

Pistachio do... 

Olives do... 

Prunes, dried ...........do... 

Baisins do... 

Dried and prepared, diyers, 

quintals. 
Fresh quintals. 

Gallnuts do... 

Game do... 

Glassware do... 

Qlassware, scraps of do... 

Glycerine do...' 

Glue do... 

Gold: 

Specie kilojrrams. 

Bullion quill tals. 

Grain: 

Oats do..., 

Wheat do... 

Haize do... 

Millet do... 

Sarley do. . . 

Spelt do... 

Grease do... 

Lubricants, ointments, etc., 
quintals. 
Gnm: 

Tragacinth quintals. 



Quantity. 



1,048 

e,fiOO 
806 

05 

1,077 

• 

501 

2,636 

12,856 

7,200 
2,161 

IM 

10,883 

18 

885,970 

672 

25.580 

2.186 

8.471 

7,760 

226,125 

26,887 

88,691 

712 

1,087 

2,600 

190, 311 

4.502 

25,290 

280,297 

4 
4,807 

564 

1 
814 



14 

47 

5,915 
123,837 



11,684 

1,924 

710 

136 

1,719 

699 

442 



Ck»antries whenoe imported. 



Italy, 967; France, 29; Great Britain, 12; Auatariao 
p<nta, 9; Greece, 6; Turkey, 8; Egypt, 2. 

Austrian ports, 6,532; Great Britain, 58; Italy, 10. 
Austrian ports, 104; Great Britain, 98; Italy, 58; 

France, 36; Beljdum, 11; Germany, 2. 
Great Britain, 63;^taly, 2. 
Turkey, 823; Italy, 254. 

Italy, 505; Austrian ports, 86. 

Great Britain, 2,269; Sweden-Norwvr, 209 1 Italy, 141 1 

Germany, 17; Austrian ports, 5; Ketherlands, 1. 
Germany, 2,285; Swedenand Norway, 6.520; Italy. 

8,909; Great Britain. 72: Austrian ports, 70. 
Austrian ports. 8,780; Italy, 3,420. 
Italy, 1,608; Portugal, 292 ; Austrian porta, 296; Malt% 

10; Great Britain, 6; Turkey, 6; Greece, 8. 
Italy, 104; France, 45; Austrian ports, 28; Egypt, 22; 

Beljrium, 5. 
Austrian ports, 9,485; Italy, 1,110; I^anoe, 804; Indian 

50; Germany, 24. 
Austrian ports, 10; Turkey, 8. 

Italy, 320,965; Egypt, 6,846; Turkey, 5,881; Austrian 
porta, 2,005; Greece, 221; Tunia, 56; I^anoe, 45; 

Italy, 666 ; Austrian i>orts, 4 ; France, 2. 

Italy, 23,987; Austrian ports, 1,529; Cypma, 64. 




Greece, 107, 

trian ports, 725; Egypt, 120; Kus8ia,~i95. 
Italy, 22,916; France, 1883; Turkey, 1,101; Austrian 

S^rts, 298; Great Britain, 69; Egypt, 50; Tunis, 18; 
reece, 12. 
Turkey, 31,099; Italy, 7,187; Austrian porta, 288{ 

France, 116. 
Italy, 456; Turkey, 256. 




•urRey, iD^4M; ureece, ifv.twi; uyprus, 8,716; Italy, 

2,495; France, 389; Spain, 300; Egypt, 173; Haltia, 

62 : Roumania, 22. 
Turkey, 1,712; Austrian, 1,030; Egypt, 967s Italy, 5JL8; 

Bussia, 193; Great Britain, 62. 
Italy, 21,635; Austrian ports, 8,386; /Greece, 230; 

Egypt, 28; Turkey, 16; France. 4. 
Turkey, 180,824; Greece, 59,868; India, 87,996; Italy, 

1,407; Egypt, 202. 
^rreece 4 
Austrian ports, 2,192; Great Britain, 1,490; Italy, 552^ 

Belgium, 30; India, 19; Egypt, 12; Greece, 12. 
Austrian ports, 547; Italy, 17. 
Italy, 1. 
Italy, 191; Russia, 101; Turkey, 14; Belgium, 6; Aua- 

tnan ports, 2. 

Turkey, 14. 

Austrian ports, 41; Turkey, 4; Greece, 2. 

Turkey, 5,914; Greece, 1. 

Hussia, 68,841; Bulgaria, 30, 8C7; Boumania, 18,571 1 

India, 3,360; Turkey, 2,031; Italy, 165; Austrian 

ix>rt8, 62. 
Turkey, 11,361; Austrian ports, 816; Greece, 7. 
Turkey', 1,829; Italy, 85; Austrian ports, 10. 
Austrian ports, 705; Turkey, 4; Italy. !• 
Great Britain, 84; Italv, 52. 
Uuited States, 746; Belgium, 507; Great Britain, 181; 

Italy, 15.3; Austrian ports, 120; France, 7; Ger- 

mauv, 5. 
Austrian ports, 337; Italy, 242; Hamburg, 120. 



Turkey, 870; Frauoe, 56; Great Britain, 7. 



EUROPE — ^AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 

.■..-. t • .■ • ■ . ■ • ■ •, 

AoltHMiil thawing ike imporU and exports at Drieete, eie, — Continned. 

IMP0&T8— Contliiiied. 



flga— Oonttonad. 

IMv«n • qnintali 

...a. •••••••••«• •••••■•do. >' 

Stfr, — »<w»*i* md Tsgetable.do. . 

TsllkSilk ...■••••-•••••-•do.. 

Str»w, eto do.. 

HiBdvaro...^. do.. 

Emj •— do.. 

Hcnp ......■..■.•■■•-•■ ■■■■•do.. 

Wdm ADd akina, rawt 

Ltnb snd fOift....>««^«*do>« 



Qzflii mmL ouws. ■•■••••■. do* ■■• 



HaoMidimbMt do. 

t^Ul ......■•..■••••■■ >...oo. 

Yaiioos ...•.•.....■■••..do. 



Pidtrios. dlTora •...■•. ...do. 
and skiiio, mfcnwfaotnred : 



Shieep and goat.. 



.do...< 



Forglovea...-— do. 

DlTora do. 



Bog* 



Sernw... 
r'abrictle 



.do., 
.do. 



Iidigo. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do.. 



laatinmamta: 

MnalcaL do. 



Inm: 



Seientifio. 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



jsa^F ................. 

Sorapa 

jtava...... ...•••■••••••• .Qo. 

Bleel '.do. 

Sheet ..-do. 

Galvanixed do. 



Qna&tity. 



{ 



17,061 

1,101 
Sl,676 

128 
8,008 

674 
22,818 

M,7S8 
0,047 



UO 

88 
8,790 



884 

128 
8,718 



2 
462 

104 
206 



Ooontriea whenoe imported. 



Bgypt, 4,706; 7nnoe,4.0M; Aden,Lin: India, 1,968; 
GnatBritoin, 1,634; Turkey. 092; Italy, 884: Greeoe, 
800; Anatrian porta, 104: Kaaaowah, 200; Kether. 
lands, 120. 



Turkey, 1,804; Bgypt, 864; Bnaaia, .677; Italy, J29; 
Bulgaria, 43; AQatnaD_porta, 28; Greeoe, 26; 
mania, 17; Franee, 16; Tnnia, 11; Malta, 9. 



Boa- 



278 
1,788 

8,188 

68 

78 

6 

22,078 
21,328 

12,441 

27,388 

780 

4,688 



Alders, 21,620; Turkey, 80; Egypt, 40; Italy, 9; 
Iranee, 8. 

ataly,99: Great Britain, 10; Austrian porta,?; Greeoe, 
) 7; Turkey, 8; Bgypt, 2. 

Italy, 1,296; Egypt, 1,788; Turkey, 247; Japan, 100; 
India, 08; Auatrian porta, 29; Great Britain, 22 1 
France, 13; Tunis, 8; China, 6; Greeoe, 4. 
Italy. 486; Anatrian porta. 109. 
Italy, 21,920; Auatrian porta, 200; Turkey, 187; Great 
Britain, 17; Franoe, 9; Greeoe, 8. 

Turkey, 27,197; GreeoOk 10,842; Auatrian porta, 4,818 1 
Bulgaria, 1,487 ; Bussia, 883 ; Cyproa, 402; Bonmania, 
289; Egypt, 283; Tripoli, 202; Franoe, 408; Italy, 
287; Ifontei^fDgro, 98; India, 8; lialta, 8; Argen- 
tine, 5. 

Italy, 20,867; India, 19,608; Egypt, 8,780 rBraail, 2.814; 
China, 1,978; Great Brita&, 1,962; Franoe, 1,749; 
Hamburg, 1,348; Aden, 1,010; Austrian porta, 878; 
Argentine, 918; United Statea,683; Greeoe, 870; 
Keinerlanda,366; Belgium, 272; Turkey, 217; Bna- 
aia, 149; Bulgaria, 49; Maaahowah. 92; AlglerB,19| 
Tunia,7; Tripoli, 3. 

Turkey, 127 ; Bulgaria, 10; Auatrian ports, 8 ; Cyprua, 
8; Greeoe, 2. 

Austrian porta, 24; Turkey, 8; Greeoe, 4; Egypt,!. 

Turkey, 1,021 ; Italy. 1,020; Anatrianporta. 840 ; Greeoe, 
840; Franoe, 202; Alffiara, 61; ICdta, 7; Tripoli, 7| 
Cyprua, 3 ; Egypt. 1 ; Kussia, 1. 

Turkey, 802; Auatrian ports, 28 Greeoe, 26; Italy, 9. 

Turkey, 128. 

Gr«at Britain. 2,788; TTnited Statea. 895; It^,249; 

Egypt, 119 ; Aamburg, 88 : Auatarian porta, 41 ; France, 

80 ; Malta, 11 ; Turkey, 19. 
Turkey, 2. 
Italy, 263; France, 176; Bulgaria, 18; Great Britain, 7 1 

Turkey, 6; Egypt, 4; Auatrian porta, L 
Austrian porta, 104. 
Italy, 128; Buaaia, 48; Great Britain, 19; Turkey, 8^ 

Auatrian porta, 484; Italy, 77; Turkey, 61; Egypt, 9| 

Greece, 6. 
Auatrian porta, 150; Turkey, 53; Uruguay, 32; Egypt, 

18; Great Britain, 14; Rnssia, 9; Greece, 4. 
Aden, 1,567; India, 76; Egypt, 87; Turkey, 83; Italy, 

20; Great Britain, 10; Greece, 8. 
Bgypt, 5,531; India, 1.918; Italy, 264; Great Britain, 

242; Franoe, 145; Netherlands, 28: Massowah, 24; 

Austrian porta. 23: Greece, 2; Turhey, 1. 
Italy, 21 i Austrian porta, 13 ; Hamburg, 11 ; France 4 1 

Turkey. 4. 

Italy, 33; Austrian ports, 11 ; Egypt, 11; Turkey, 9 1 

France, 6; Great Britain, 8. 
Italy 4; Tripoli, 1. 

GreatBritain. 10,773 ; Belgium, 3,200 ; Austrian port8,8. 
Boumania, 9,636 ; Egypt, 5,383; Greece, 2,710; Austrian 

ports, 2,569; Turkey, 29. 
Great Britain, 8,723; Sweden-Norway, 2,681; Bel- 

fiam. 2,237; France, 558; Austrian ports, 153; Earn- 
urg,50; Italy, 34; Greece, 2; Netherlands, 2 ; Tur^ 
kev 1. 
Great Britain, 27,837; Hamburg, 14; Austrian porta, 

12; Italy, 3; Greece, 1; France,!. 
Great Britain, 724; Belgium, 38; Italy, lit Auatrian 

ports, 5; Ketherlands, 2. 
Great Britain, 4,388 ; Italy, 168 ; Auatrian ports, 10. 



« 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



SUUemetd $howing the imporU and exporU at TrieBte^ ete, — Contiiiaed. 



DfPOBTS-^^ontiiiued. 



Ai^JAIjMi. 



lion— Contiiiaed : 

Wire qnintals.. 

Anobora do.... 

XftilB do — 

Bopee • do 

Files do 

Rails do 

lianofaotared, other dlTers 
qnintalB. 

Jet goods do — 

Jnioe, lemon do.... 

Juniper berries do 

Jnte do 

Lwd do — 

Lead, white do — 

Lead, in ban do — 

Leaves: 

Lanrel do — 

Divers. ...«••.. .......... do.... 

Senna do 

Leeches do — 

Lime do.... 

Lime, hydranlio do 

Liquors hectoliters.. 

Licorice paste «... quintals.. 

Litharge do.... 

Lye do.... 

lucoaroni : do.... 

Machinery: 

Sewing., do.... 

Various do 

Hagnesia do 

Manna do.... 

Manure do 

Materials : « 

Vegetable .: • do. . . . 

Chemical do — 

Explosive ...............do. ... 

Mats, divers do 

Medicine do 

Meltine pots do 

Meerscaaom do 

Mercury do — 

Metals do 

Minersl water hectoliters . . 

Minerals, divers quin tals . . 

Minium do 

Mirrors do — 

Mother of pearl shell do. . . . 

Myrrh do.... 

Mustard seed..... do.... 



Quantity. 



80 
11 

oei 

019. 

86e 

899 
22 

98 
2,887 



10,280 
37 

229 
20,3P8 

437 

739 
8,546 

• 8.124 

871 
1,767 

9 

12,095 

88,380 

1,878 



12 

19 

4,U4 



844 

10,838 



11 

875 

83 



2,919 



9 
1,539 

2,954 
121 

1 

984 

1 

1,106 



116 

17.811 
1,322 

86 
7.850 

62 
1,321 



Countries whence imported. 



Italy. 15; Prance, 18 ; Austrian portB. 2. 

Greece, 5; Turkey, 8; Great Britain, 8. 

Great Britain, 792; Italy, 127; Austrian porta, 42. 

Great Britain, 471 ; Italy, 433; Austrian ports, IS. 

Bel2ium,227; Italy, 72; Germany, 27; Great Biitita, 

17; France, 12; Austrian ports, 10; Tuxtey,!. 
Great Britain, 334 ; (Hrma]iy,65. 
Austrian perti, 16; Italy, 5; Great Britain, 1. 
Austrian porta, 98. 
Great Bri^dn, 1,242 ; Austrian porta, 881 ; Italy, ttlf 

Boumania, 186 ; France, 161 ; Germany, 128 ; Tniksf; 

37; Greece, 46; Egypt, 26; Belgium, 16; TJnttM 

States, 3; Tunis, 8; (Cyprus, I. 
Italy, 10,269; Egypt, 7; Mslta, 4. 



Italy, 37. 




State8,46; Aw- 
trian porta, 14. 
Belgium, 435; France, 187; Italy, 106; Austrian pocti^ 

Italy, 2,833; France, 861; Great Britain, 182; Tnrkegr, 
134; Belgium, 36. 

Austrian porta, 8,429 Greeoe, 693; Turkey, 857 ; Mdnfti- 

negro, 329; Italv,316. 
Austrian porta, 644 ; Italy, 27. 
Egypt, 1,420; India, 160; Great Britain, U2; Qreaea^ 

Austrian porta, 7; Turkey, 2. 

Austrian porta, 11,870; Great Britain, 226. 

Greece, 36,380. 

Austrian ports, 1,525; Italy, 128; France, 115; GreeoiL 

67; Turkey. 20; Egypt, 18; Great Critain,4; United 

States, 1. 
Turkey, 428; Italy, 858; France, 80; Egypt, 5; Greeoe, It 
Great Britain, 12. 
Italy, 19. 
Italy, 2,793; Auatarian porta, 1,193; France, 124; Tnr- 

key, 4. 

Great Britain, 806; Austrian ports, 85; Italy, 6; Tn^ 

key, 3; Egypt, 3; Greece,!. 
Great Britain, 9,919 ; Italy. 129; United States, 108| 

Auatrianporta, 106; France, 45; Turkey, 18; Haoi- 

burg,9; Egypt, 4; India, 3j Greece, 2. 
Great Britain, 5; Egypt, 3; Italy, 3. 
Italy, 872; Austrian ports, 3. 
Italy, 29; Austrian ports, 4 

Hamburg, 317; Italy, 122; Great (Britain, 27 ; Egypl^ 

20; Inaia,18. 
Italy. 1,264 ; Great Britain, 732 ; Turkey, 528 ; Austrian 

porta, 221 ; United States, 129 ; Hamburg, 31 ; Franfta^ 

iO; Netherlands, 3; Greece,!. 
Great Britain, 7 ; Austrian porta, 1 ; Greece, 1. 
Italy, 1,624; Great Britain, 6; Turkey, 7; Austrfaa 

ports. 2. 
Italy, 2,040; Austrian porta, 10; Turkey, 4. 
Italy. 90; Great Britain, 16; France, 6; Auatriaa 

porta, 4; Greece, 3; Germany, 2. 
Italy, 1. 
Turkey, 984. 
Turkey, 1. 



Groat Britain, 784; Austrian porta, 172; Italy, 9I| 
United State " - - "^ ~ - ^ 

6; France,!. 



United States, 22; Turkey, 18; Greece, 



S; Italy 
, 11; El 



syp^ 



Austrian ports. 62; Italy, 16; France, 14; Egypt, 11| 
Belgium, 5 ; Great Britain, 3 ; Greece, 8 ; Hamburg, L 

Spain, !3,105; Algiers, 4,060; Turkey, 503; Italy, 51. 

Great Britain, 1,277; Austrian porta, 88; Belgium, 10| 
Italy, 2. 

Italy, 33; Greece, 2; Austrian porta. 1. 

Bgypt, 3,299; Aden, 3,170;, Massowah, 900; India, 
Italy, 69 Turkey, 19; Philippines, 41 ; France, 14. 

Aden, 62. 

Italy, 907; India, 254; Turkey, 140; Greece, 20. 



EUROPE — AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 

Statement ekowtng the importe and exports at Trieste, etc. — Continaed. 

IMPORTS— Continued. 




Qfll: 

Dre^ quintals.. 

OleinA............. ......do. ... 

AaiM do 

OliTe do 

OotUmaMd do — 

Titniwwd do 

Almond ...«...•«.«...... do. .. . 

Falms^eto do 

Hah do — 

\>HmVa . ................. .QO. . « . 

RoteiDAry .............. .do. . . . 

fisMune do.... 

Tnrpentiiie do.... 

KtheroAlf dims... ......do.... 

Jl/lTC^o. ..... ............. OO. • . . 

Labricating do 

Potndenm do.... 

Opima... .................... do 

Qrpiment do 

Paper: 

Diven do — 

Ftalp do 

Pmflin do.... 

PMteboard do — 

Ms do.... 

Pitch do.... 

Plarts: 

LiTing do.... 

Dried, piv|Mured. ........ .do. . . . 

Ineect flowen and powder. do. . 

Plnmee, diven do.... 

Pollard do 

Pereelain do 

Potash do 

Potatoes do — 

Poise: 

Besns do 

Lentils.. \ do 

Pesee dc... 

Freth do 

Sags do 

iiesin do 



Quantity. 



Coontries whence imported. 



8,223 

20 

166 

87,854 



88,837 

121 
6,868 

67 
28,017 



6p020 



8,172 

82 

18,877 

438 

172 

688 

8,810 

410,774 



224 
29 

11,061 



608 
2,284 



180 

600 
2,230 

890 

0,188 

10,500 

11 
42,097 

67 

180 

81,850 



1.178 

34 

8,426 

06,827 

797 
02.033 



Italy, 5,532; Austrian ports, 601. 

Prance, 29. 

China 160: Great Britain, 5; Hainbarg,l. 

Italy, 34,526; Turkey, 28,524; Anatrian ports, 16,7381 
Greece, 4,710; France, 2,372; Montenegro, 474; 
Egypt. 14; Tunis, 6. 

United States, 66,228; Great Britain. 18,968; Italy, 
4.151 ; Belgiam, 315; Netherlands, 216. 

Italy, 52; Turkey, 51 ; Austrian ports, 18. 

Great Britain, 5,490 ; Italy, 253 ; Belgium, 224 ; Kether^ 
lands, 209: Egypt, 91; Greece, 17; Austrian ports, i. 

lUly, 37; France, 20. 

India, 13,005; France. 4,678; Italy, 2,814: Great Brit- 
ain, 960; Egypt, 1,017; Hamburg, 488; Netherlands, 
60. 



Turkey, 2,857; Hamburg, 2,308; Great Britain, 877; 
'•eae 

I^iL, 11. 



Sweden Norway, 272; Belgium, 224; Italyj 208 j 
Egyp^ 128; Netherlands, 18; Austrian porta, 22; 



Italy, 2,232; France, 986; Auatrian porta, 4. 

Austrian porta, 92. 

Fiance, 17,072; Italy, 919; Auatrian ports, 208; Tur> 

key, 43; Belgium, 40. 
United States, 861: Great Britain, 86; Austrian porta* 

19; Greece, 18; Italy, 2: Hamburg. 2. 
China, 114; France, 44; Turkey. 7; India, 2; Egypt^ 

2: Greece, 1; Hamburg, 1; Italy, 1. 
Italy. 870: France, 104; Great Britain, 08; Belgium. 16. 
Russia, 2,285; Hamburg, 55-1; Great Britain, 139 ; Tur* 

key, 126; Belgiam, 81; Austrian ports, 46; Italy, 68t 

Germany, 20; United States, 2. 
Russia, 410,048; Italy, 8,942; Belgium, 260; FranoCi 

247; Turkey, 141; tTnited States, 74; Qrmt Britain, 

43; ECainbarg, 16; Austrian porta, 8. 
Turkey, 224. 
India, 16; Turkey, 18. 

Italv, 9,015; Austrian ports, 1,330; France, 414; Great 

Britain, 224; Germany, 24; Turkey, 21; Greece, 16; 

CvpruA. 6; Egypt>4; Netherlands, 4; Roumania, 3; 

Tripoli. 2. 
United States, 608. 
United States, 1^2; Great Britain, 912; Italy, 234; 

Hamburg, 48; Belgium, 18; France, 16; Austrian 

porta, 12; Turkey, 12. 
Turkey, 56; Grermany,54; Great Britain, 23 ; Austrian 

porta, 18; Italy, 16; France, 9; Netherlands, 4. 
Italy. 531 ; Malta, 47 ; Turkey, 22 ; Egypt, 6 ; Tripoli,8. 
Great Britain, 2,209; Auatrian porta, 21. 

Italy, 195 ; Egypt, 104 ; Austrian porta, 57 ; Turkey, 18 ; 

Franccb 9; Greece, 4; United States, 3. 
Italy, 3,651; Austrian porta. 3, 302; Egypt, 690; Tur- 
key, 803 ; Jamaica. 284 ; India, 246 ; France, 240 : Great 

Britain, 212; Rusaia,89; Hamburg, 68; Belgiam, 52; 

United States, 46 : Greece, 9 ; Tunis, L 
Austrian porta, 10,556; France, 17; Turkey, 9; Italy, 

4; £u:ypt, 2; Greece, 1; Montanegro,l. 
India, 8; Egypt, 2; Russia,!. 
Turkey. 11^540; Greece, 9,:100; Italy, 8,974; France, 

4.981 ; Egypt, 4,000 ; Roumania, 3,327 ; Austrian porta, 

569. 
Austrian porta, 22; Great Britain, 19; Turkey, 6; 

Italy, 5 ; Egypt, 3 ; France, 2, 
Belgium, 83; Great Britain, 48; Austrian porta, 24; 

Italy, 24 ; Hamburg, 1 . 
Malta, 29,862 ; Itsly, 1,276; Austrian porta, 890 ; Greece,* 

322. 

Austrian porta, 828 ; Turkey, 828 ; Italy, 77 ; Russia, 46. 

Austrian porta, 28 ; Turkey, 8; Egypt, 8. 

Russia, 2,248; Italy, 053; Turkey, 371; Greece, 100; 

India, 45 ; Austrian porta. 8. 
Turkey, 41,536: Italy, 17,289; Austrian porta, 7,304; 

Greece, 526; Malta, 100; Ejrypt, 72. 
Turkey, 461; Austrian ports, 284 : Italy, 31; Greece.21. 
United States, 88.7U2: France, 2,b59 ; Austrian porta, 

207 ; Egypt, 28 ; Great Britain, 23 ; Greeoe, 20 ; Itaiy,4. 



10 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONS. 



Staietneni $hawing the imparU and exparU at Driseie, ete, — Continued. 

IMPOBTS-Goiitiiia«d. 



Artioles. 



BIm qnintali 

Boots: 

Jaditoi taftcim do.. 

Diven do.. 

Bom heotolitera 

Saflhm qnintals 

S«go do-- 

Salts: 

Acetoaelle do.. 

Ammoniac do.. 

Table do.. 

Sand do.. 

Scammony do.. 

Seeds: 

Anise do.. 

Linseed do.. 

Bape ^. do.. 

Sesame do.. 

Diverb do.. 

Coriander do.. 

BUk: 

Coooon do.. 

Waste do.. 

Manufactured do. . 

Slates do.. 

Soap do.. 

Soda do.. 

Sponges do.. 

Starch do.. 

Stearin do.. 

Stone: 

Marble do.. 

Pumice do.. 

Baw.divers do.. 

Bock, divers do . . 

Grind do.. 

Mannfaoturea do. . 

6amao do.. 

Sagar: 

Baw do.. 

Befined do.. 

Feciila do.. 

Molasses do. . 

Sugberia (cork, etc.) do. . 

Tallow do.. 

Tamarinds do.. 



Qnanttty. 



121,104 



810 

aOb 
222 



67 
18.783 



88 

809 

70,322 

283 

84,102 



121 

98,707 

2 

8,490 
48,153 



578 

8,208 

2,772 

2,002 

23 

876 

1,700 

8,866 
8,652 

679 
709 

812 

4,523 
87, 529 

no 

58 
115 

961 
32,009 

8,297 

1,745 

206 

49 

1,615 

7,000 
1,794 



Countries whence imported. 



Italy, 67,264; (Germany, 88,297; Austrian ports, 12,416; 
Japan, 3,000 ; China, 2,462; India, 1,449; Netherlands, 
680; Greece, 280; Egypt, 269; Great Britain, 106; 
Turkey, 2. 

India, 707: Great Britain* 64; Anstrian ports, 28; 

Egypt. 20; Turkey, 6; Italy, 1. 
Italy, 114; Turkey, 71; Austrian norts^ 20. 
Tarkey,98; G ----- -^ - - 

Ketherlands, 

burg, 5 ; Austrian porta, 7 ;~ Greece, 1. 
Eirypt,48; Turkey, 9. 
India, 13,660; Great Britain, 88; Hamburg, 82; Italy, 

2; France, 1. 



,114; Turkey, 71; Austrian ports* 20. 

Ley, 98; Great Britain, 37.- Italy, 24; France, 16; 

therlands, 14; Germany, 13; Jamaica, 7; Ham- 



Great Britain, 82 ; Hamburg, 6. 
Great Britain, 396; Greece, 8. 
Austrian ports, 70,322. 



poru 
Great Britain, 164; India, 88; Italy, 86; Greece,!. 

ly,19,96( 
Turkey, 4; Egypt,!; Greece,!. 



Italy, 19,960; Austrian ports 



; Italy, a 
, 14,190; 



Greece, 12. 



Italy, 120 ; Hamburg, 1. 

India, 18,208; Turlcey, 7,060; Greece, 050; Italy, 601; 

Bussia. 60 ; Austrian ports, 9. 
France, 2. 

France, 2,616 ; Turkey, 620 ; India. 254. 
India, 38, 124; Turkey, 1,084; France, 2,049; Greece, 696: 

Italy, 628; Egypt, 240; Austrian ports; 179; United 

States, 147; Hsmburg, 62; Great Britain, 3!;Kether^ 

lands, 13; Bussia, 5. 
Italy, 578. 

Turkey, 8,001; Greece, 1,864; Austrian ports, 905; 

France. 63; Bussia. 50; Italy, 1?. 
Italy, 1,696 ; France, 675 ; Great Britain, 163 ; Bassia,88s 




lanpoi 

Italy, 10^ Great Britain, 9; Turkey, 8; Greece, 1. * 

Great Britian, 352; Italy, 24. 

Italy, 930; Austrian ports, 277; Turkey, 278; France, 

105; Greece, 80; Great Britain, 14; Ketherlands, 18; 

GrealBritaln, 7,406; Belgium, 688; Italy, 806; Aua- 
triUL ports, 69; Greece, 3. 

Greece, 1,855; Turkey, 1,416; Tunis, 81; Egypt, 68; 
United SUtes. 29; Anstrian ports, 27; Italy, 118; 
Hamburg, 16; Belgium, 13; Tripoli, 26; Gxeaft 
Britain, 7; France, 1. 

Belgium, 143; Hamburg, 125 ; Great Britain, 100 ; Aus- 
trian ports, 04; Italy, 61; France, 6. 

France, 565; Belguim, 67; Italy, 47; Netherlands, 82; 
Turkey, 7; Great Britain, 1. 

France, 168; Italy, U6; Turkey. 18; Greece, 8; Aus- 
trian ports, 3. 

Italy. 4,623. 

Austrian ports, 64, 774; Italy, 22,760; France, 6. 

Great Britain, 90; Italy, 9; India, 8; Austrian ports, 
1 ; Russia, 1 ; Turkey, 1. 

Great Britain, 44 ; Italy, 12; Austrian ports, 2. 

Italy, 97; Great Britain, 9; Turkey, 80; Anstrian 
ports. 1. 

India, 419; Italy, 517; Austrian porta, 18 ; Hamburg, 7. 

Turkey, 17,182; Italy, 7,852; Austrian ports, 7,025. 

Russia, 8,297. 

Austrian ports, l,f35; Great Britain, 84; Turkey, 26. 

United States, 203 ; France, 5. 

Great BriUin, 31 ; Egypt, 18. 

Italy, 832; France, 358; Algiers, 350; Hamburg, 47; 

Anstrian ports, 27; Turkey, 1. 
aniguay, 3,538; Anstrian ports, 1,841; Malta, 964; 

United States, 506; Great Britain, 120; Italy, 19: 

India, 12. 
India, 1,600; Great Britain, 91; Italy, 67; Hamburg, 

27 ; France, 17 ; Austrian ports, 2. 



ECBOPE — ^AUBTRIA-HUNOABT. 



11 



Siaiememi showing the impinrti and exparU at TriesUf ete, — Continned. 

IMFOBXS—Contlaaed. 



Artleli 



Tir ....quintaLi.., 

Tirpftuun ...•>•..•>■••••.•. •do.... 
Tm do... 



•4p--- 



I^buIm (Tegetablea) 

Teztflea: 

Cotton do 



DiTsn. 



.do... 
.do... 



Hb do.... 



Tobttooo: 



.do. 



Mannfactared. 



.do. 



Tortoiae shell do.... 

ToxtoiaM number.. 

TreBsed goods .qnantals.. 

TrsMed soods, diven do — 

TripoU do.... 

Turpentine do 

Ultmxutfine. ....••....■.•... do. ... 
Tarniehee do.... 



Vermiliion .^o — 

Vehiclea number.. 

Tinegar.* quintals.. 

Vitriol do... 

Watebee and clocks, parts of, 
uumbtf. 

Wagons do... 

Wax: 

Yegetable quintals. 



Sealing do. 

Wicks do. 

Wine do. 



Qnantity. 



Weed: 

Fire. ...... ......onbio meter. 

Tarda pieces. 

Square timbers., onbic meter. 

Hoops bundles. 

SUyes number. 



Stanchions. 
Flanks 



.do., 
.do.. 



Oars do.... 

Scantlings. do. . . . 

Stanchions, beech do. . . . 

Boards do 

Scantlings, beech do 

Beams ....^ do.... 

£uropean gn)wth,eobic meters. 
Foreign quintals. 



Mannfaotares, ordinary... do. 



Ifannfactnred, etc do... 



Dye. 



.do 



746 

175 

8,643 



8 

824 

524 
1,794 

4,068 

53,268 

471 

17 

22 

6 

85 

64 

166 

3 

1,184 



CSonntriee whence trnpoited. 



1 

8 

92 
1,433 


14 


46 


1,637 


■ 

24 

190 

562,669 


6,037 

95 

746 

695 

3,922,920 


84,122 
17,642 


6,964 

10,160 

131,584 

93,440 


67,610 

1,220 

755 

23,885 


2,200 


1,037 


82,883 



Austrian ports,720; GreatBritain,21{Italy,8: EgyplS. 
Great Britidn, 173; Italy, 2. ^ * •^tr-n 

Germany, 4. 606 ; Great Britain, 1, 600 ; Egypt, 1,662 ; 

India, 488 ; China, 132 ; France. 181 ; ITetherliuids, 122 ; 

Belgium, 89; Ita^, 42; Bnssia, 88. 
Great Britain, 2. 

Italy, 117; Great Britain, 94 1 Anstdan porta, 10 1 

Greece, 2: Turkey, 1. 
Italy, 493 ; Great Britain, 22 ; Belgium. 6 ; Turkey, 8. 
Great Britain, 1,708; Italy. 57; Austrian ports, 14; 

Turkey, 5; Belgium, 6; Netherlands, 2; Malta, 2; 

Fr^ce, 1. 
India. 1,978; Egypt, 1.895; Netherlands, 140; United 
" ' tBrit - 



Btetes, 20; Great Britain, 12; Anstri«n ports, 18. 

iirkey, 40,546; Egypt, 10,454; Anstrian port 
Greece. 352; Bus^ 60; Bomania, 7; Italy, 8. 



gpt, 257 : Turkey, 159 ; Austrian ports, 28; Greeee, 11. 
reat Britain, 11 ; Montenegro, 4 ; Italy, 1. 

Egypt, 9; Maasowali, 6; Turkey, 1; Italy, 1. 

Austrian ports, 19; Turkey, 3. 

Italy. 4 ; Greece, 1 ; Great Britaiz^ 1. 

It«ly, 24 ; Austrian ports, 11. 

Great Britain, 51; Austrian ports, 12; Italy, 1. 

Italy, 166. 

Turkey, 8. 

Great Britain, 901; Austrian ports, 48; France, 45; 
Italy 36; Hamburg, 82: United States, 15; Nether- 
lands, 8; Belgiom, 5; Greece, 3; Turkey, 1. 

Turkey, 1. 

Anstrum ports, 2; United States, 1. 

Austrian ports, 63 ; Italy, 28, Turkey, 1. 

Great Britain, 918; It^, 311; Austrian porta, 164| 
Turkej, 40. 

Italy, 12; Turkey, 1; Egypt, 1. 

Austrian ports, 46 (number). 

Egypt, 802; Italy, 181; Austrian ports, 178; Turk^, 
155; France, 92; Japan, 82; Gibraltar, 79; Maa- 
sowah, 20; Aden, 19; Tynis, 18; India, 8; Ham« 
burg, 8. 

Italy, 13; Turkey, 11. 

Italy, 112; Great Britain, 53; France, 22; Hamburg. 8. 

Italy, 333,833 ; Austrian ports, 195,132 ; Greece, 24,747« 
Turkey, 4,892; Cyprus, 1,915; France, 712; Egypt, 
615; Roumania, 464; British India, 171; Spain, 116 ; 
Tunis, 44 ; Great Britain, 22 ; Gennany^ 5 ; Bnssia,!. 

Austrian ports, 5. 949 ; Italy, 88. 

Austrian ports, 95. 

Austrian ports, 413 ; Italy, 338. 

Austr&n ports, 355; Italy. 340. 

Austrian ports, 3,911,140; United States, 11,620; 

Italy, 160. 
Austrian ports, 83,712; Russia, 410. 
Roumania, 13, 140; Austrian ports, 4, 142; Italy, 800; 

France, 60. 
Austrian poris, 6, 904; United States, 80. 
Austrian ports, 10,150. 
Austrian ports, 131, 584. 
Austriiin ports, 56, 510; Roumania, 82, 110 ; Italy, 2, 860; 

Russia, 1,960. 
Austrian ports, 67, 510. 
Austrian ports, 1, 165; Itsly, 55. 
Austrian ports, r^9; Italy, 196. 
United States, 18,384; India, 8,424; Italy, 1,229; 

Great Britain, 374; Hamburg, 295; Jamaica, 112; 

France, 30; Russia, ^. 
Italy, 1,819; Austrian ports, 160; Germany, 87 j 

United States, 48; Egypt, 28; Turkey. 26; Great 

Britain, 10; France, 10; Greece, 6. 
Austrian ports, 661 ; Italy, 312 ; France, 35 : Egypt, 34; 

United Statea, 6; Turkey, 5; Great Britain, 4; 

Jamaica,' 24,678; Turkey, 8,664; France, 2,1W; Great 
Britain, 963; Austrian ports, 550; India. 287; Ham- 
burg, 265; Greece, 238; Italy, 60. 



12 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement ehowing the importe and expwrte at TneBte^ ete, — Continned« 

IMPORTS— Continued. 



AztiolM. 



Wool: 



.quintals. 



MaiinfaiOtnxed ........... do ... . 



Tarioiis mumfactnrea : 

Shoemakers do. 

Bope do. 

Basket do. 

Brudh do. 

Turners do. 

Engravers do. 

Fine art do. 

Yams, diTors do. 

Zino do. 



Conntries whence imported. 



Turkey, 5.374; Austrian norta, 2,212; Italy, 1,040: 
Greece, 856; India, 405; (^reat Britain, 392; France, 
262; Montenegro, 181; Bussia, 148; Cypras, 88; 
Hamburg, 34;Bgypt, 10; Aden, 8; Tripolia, 3. 

Turkey. 2.048 ; Italy. 224 ; Great Britain, 148 ; Egypt, 09 ; 
Tunis, 49; Austrian ports, 47; Greece, 27; Kussia, 
23; India, 8; Bulgaxla, 8; Fimnoe, 4; TripoUs, 2; 
Netherlands, 1. 

Turk^, 49; Austrian ports, 12; Belgium, 0; Italy, 

9; GreatBritain, 4; Egypt, 2. 
Italy, 8.423; Great Britain, 170; Austrian ports, 99 j 

Belgiam, 37; Greece, 8; France, 5; Turkey, !• 
Austrian ports, 17; Italy, 7; France, 1. 
Italy, 15 ; Turkey, 8 ; Malta, 1. 
Italy, 29. 
Turkey, 113; Italy, 113; Egypt, 86; Fianoe, 1; Great 

Britain, 1. 
Italy, 40; Turkey, 6; Greece, 2. 
Great Britain, 4,917: Turkey, 454; Austrian ports, 

387; Italy, 140; India. 100; l^ranoe, 28; Belgium, 6; 

Tunis, 8; Eg3rpt, 0; Kussia. 1. 
Austrian ports, 108; Belgium, 84; Great Britain, 6t 

Turkey, 3; Greece, 1; Italy, 1. 



EXPOBTS. 



Articles. 


Quantity. 


Countries whence exported. 


Acid: 








Aoetio 


...quintals.. 


109 


Italy, 66; Austrian ports, 51; Turkey, 61; Egypt,?; 
Malta, 3 ; Greece, 1. 




• 




Phenio ........... 




460 


Austrian ports, 181 ; Turkey, 155 ; Egypt, 52 : Greece, 
1*5; Bussia, 20; Bolgaria, 13; Roumania, 0; Tripo- 

1{a 1 








Muriatlo 


do — 


01 


Austrian ports, 38; Turkey, 21; Bussia, 1; Greece, 1. 

Turkey, 47; Austrian ports, 8; Italy, 2; Greece. L 

Turkey, 390: Austrian ports. 214; Greece, 30; Bul- 
garia, 22; Italy, 17: Egypt, 3; Bussia, 1. 

Hamburg, 90; Italy, 88; United States, 01; Great Brit- 
ain, 37; Austrian ports, 20; Tunis, 4. 

Hamburg, 0; Austrian ports. 4; Greece, 8; Turkey, 1. 

Turkey, 34,214; Egypt, 9,935; Austrian ports, 9,854; 
Tunis, 8,898; France, 6,812; Italy, 3,149; Gieeo^ 
2,993; Bulgaria, 1,873; Malta, 1,073; d&ipoUs. 828| 
Massowab, 091; Cyprus, 480; India, 259; Monte- 
negro, 60; Great Britain, 182; Morocco, 26; Aden, 


Nitric 


■••....do.... 


58 


Sulphurio 


.......do. ... 


683 








AoomSn.T'f-. »--- 




812 








Albumen 


.......do.... 


14 


Alcohol 


.hectoliters.. 


8,1858 










. 


















25; Japan, 5; Zansibar, 9; China, 2; Persia, 1. 


AllEsrl 


...quintals.. 


82 


Austrian ports, 50; Turkey, 82. 


Aloes 


■ • do.... 


8 


Turkey, 2; Greece, 1. 
mania, 20; Egypt. 4; Cyprus, 2; Italy, 4; Mon^ 


AlniP ...Tr.«rr* 




488 












tenegro, 1. 


Amber 


...... .uo. ... 


80 


Turkey, 34; Italy, 2. 


Animals : 






• 


Oxen 


• . . .number. . 


1 


Turkey, 1. 


Veals 


........ do.. .. 


174 


Austrian ports, 171 ; Turkey, 8. 


Horses 


do.... 


21 


Egypt, 8; Greece, 6; Italy, 4; Malta, 2; Anstriaa 

ports, 1. 


Antimony 


...quintals.. 


475 


Italy, 370; United States, 03; Turkey, 36; Greece, 6| 
Austrian ports, 1. 


Argols 1 


• •••»«• QO * • • • 


8,161 


United States, 1,780; Bussia, 491; Turkey, 435; Italy, 
183; Bulgaria, 108; Great Britain, 55; Egypt, 44 1 
Boumania, 29; Greece, 25; Austrian ports, 18; Cy- 
prus. 8. 

Turkey, 10,003; Belgium, 367: Greece, 207; Hamburg, 
124; Austrian ports, 115; Egypt, 112; Tripolia, 46; 
Bulgaria, 6: Cyprus, 2; Bussia, 2; Malta, 1; Great 
Britain, 1; Bomania, 1. 


Arms, parts of 


• •« • •••C10« « • * 


11,587 




















Arsenic 


• ••••• •CaO« • ■ • 


880 


Italy, 260; Turkey, 75; Greece, 20; Egypt^ 10; Mo- 
rocco, 3 ; Bussia, 2 ; Austrian ports, 1. 


Aspbaltum 


• »»••«• QO • • ■ • 


208 


Great Britain, 82; Italy, 78; Austrian ports, 47; Bon- 
mania, 1. 


Bacon 


»••••••• dO • • • • 


800 


Austrian ports, 347; Italy, 9) Turkey, 2; Egypt, %. 



EUROPE — ^AUSTEIA-HUNGABT. 



13 



Staiemsmi showing ike imparU and exports at TYieste, etc. — Continued. 

1BXPOBTS-Go]itina«d. 



Articlae. 



Bap, empty ....qnintali 

Btrka for tenning do.. 

tef: 

Fresh do.. 

Prepared 

InliAgs do.. 

Bmt ....heotoUters 

Belli qvintali 

BrooBBs andbmolieo do.. 

Bbod, animal do.. 

Booka: 

Pxinting atiTera.«»>>»>.do.. 



Qmuitity. 



Cntaefiah do. 



Direra do.. 

do.. 

Bziaa do.. 

ManufMtared do.. 



Bread diTert 



Briekaud tilea 

Brimatone.. ........... 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



Branu . 
Batter. 



.do. 
.do. 



Camphor. 
Caudlea: 
Wax. 



.do. 
.do. 



Tallow do. 

BiTera do. 



Canea, direra do. 

OMratcbouo and rubber do. 



Bobber, divers. 
Carda, playing . 



. . .do. 
...do. 



Corn 



.do. 



e,817 

1 
1,283 



75 
1^229 

546 

108,600 



Coontriea whenoe exported. 



Turkey, '2,058; Greece, 1,025; Anatrian porta, 1,600; 

Great Britain, 485; Bulgaria, 80; Boamania, 81; Cy- 

pnxa, 47; France, 28; Italy, 30; Egypt, 27. 
Turkey, 1. 
Bonmauia, 741; Anatrianporta. 866; Turkey, 100; 

Italy, 31; France, 82; United Btatee,8; Egypt, 8; 

Hamburg,!; Cyprna,l. 



Austrian porta, 62 ; Italy, 18. 

Austrian porta, 532; Effypt,845; Italy, 218; Turk^, 

eat Br" - - - 
El 



104; Greece, 27; GrealBritain, 8; Cypma,l. 

rkey,43: 




140 
1,488 

828 
1,271 



16 
500 

4,600 

107 

1,838 

8,706 

6,547 
10, 180 

47 
8,033 

8 
1,831 

99 

1,605 

188 
1,494 

232 
1,729 

676 



-Egypt, 30, _ 

ItalVt 6,605; Philippine Islands, 3,635; Greece, 2,372; 
Brazil, 1.914 ; Masshowa, 1,144 ; India, 8,760 ; China, 
622; Bulgaria, 260; Great Britain, 179; Aden, 189; 
Russia, 116; Cyprus, 586; Massowah,76; Malta, 54; 
Tripoli, 25; Japan, 18; Siam,18; Boumanla,38; Tunis, 
18 ; Morocco, 13 ; Montenegro, 8 ; Argentine, 8 ; Spain, 
7; Alfiiers,8; France, 1. 

Austrian ports, 82 ; Turkey, 87 ; Cyprus, 16 ; Egypt, 9; 
Italy, 4; Greece. 2. 

Austrian ports, 1,048 : Egypt, 214; Cyprus, 56; Tur- 
key. 83 ; Italy. 49; Greece, 114 ; China, 12 ; Euaala, 8 ; 
Montenegro, 6; united States, 8. 

Italy, 328. 



Turkey, 381 ; Austrian ports, 264 ; Greece, 197 ; Egypt, 
baly,182; Bussia,74; Bulgaria, 38; Great Brit- 
ain^ 15 ; Tunis, 10 ; Tripolis, 8 ; Kqumania, 5 ; Malta, 






4;India,4; France, 2; Spain, 1; Cyprus, 1; Austra- 
lia,!. 

Italy, 7; Bussia, 6; Turkey, 2; Tunis, 1. 

United States, 399 ; Great Britain, 92 ; Bussia, 9 ; Ham- 
burg, 9. 

Italy, 4, 548; Bomnania, 149; Austrian porta, 4; Tur- 
key, 3. 

Greece, 70; Italy, 12; Austrian ports, 10; Turkey, 6; 
Egypt, 2; Boumania, 7. 

Italy, 148; Austrian ports, 123; Turkey, 117; Greece, 
34: Egypt, 6; Tripolis, 8; Spain, 2; Boumania. 

Italy, 1,026: Turkey, 453; Egypt, 150, Bussia, 72; 
Greece, 45; Tunis, 34; Austrian ports, 24; Malta, 
16; Bulgaria, 12; Boumania, 6. 

Austrian ports, 2,149; Turkey, 808: Egypt, 227; 
Greece, 10; Brazil, 4; Bulgaria, 4; Montenegro, 4; 
Italy, 4 ; Bussia, 1. 

Austrian port«r, 4,359; United Statee, 925; Italy, 863; 
Bussia, 300; Turkey, 98; Greece, 7. 

Austrian ports, 8,883; Boumania, 543: Turkey, 316; 
Egypt, 114; Great Britain, 108; France, 82; China, 
55; Montenegro, 8; Bulgaria, 5; Cyprus, 4; Greece, 
12. 

Italy, 18; Boumania, 8; Bussia, 7; Austrian ports, 5; 
Turkey, 4; Egypt, 4; Greece, 1. 

Austrian porta, 914: Egypt, 560; Greece, 286; Turkey, 
186; Brazil, 36; Cyprus, 29; Massowah, 20; Ham* 
burg, 1 ; Italy, 1. 

Austrian ports, 1 ; Greece, 1 ; Bulgaria, 1. 

Bussia, 605; Austrian ports, 197; Turkey, 285; Eeypt, 
177; Greece, 44; Italy. 7; Cyprus, 6; Bulgaria, 6; 
Montenegro, 3 ; Malta, 1 ; Tunis, 1. 

Austrian ports, 96; Italy, 3. 

Austrian ports, 1,260; Turkey, 210; Hamburg, 40; 
Greece, 30; Tripolis, 23; Italy, 21; Egypt, 11; Mon- 
tenegro, 4; Boumania, 3; Tunis, 2; Argentine, 1. 

Italy. 62; Austrian ports, 61; Egypt, 8; Hamburg, 5; 
Turkey, 2. 

Turkey, 1 ,038 ; Egypt, 160 ; Austrian ports, 109 ; Greece, 
71; Bulgaria, 42; India, 31; Italy, 24; AustraUa,13; 
Malta,2 ; China, 1 ; Tunis, 1 ; Bussia, 1 ; Montenegro,!. 




It, 109; Bulgaria, 56 1 
imania, 29 ; Aden, 23^ 
Cvprus. 15 ; Greece, 1 ; Massowah, 4. 
France, 456 ; Tunis, 104 ; Tripolis, 88; Egypt, 27. 



14 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



StaUment $howimg the imparU and eaDparU at Trieetep etc — ContiniMd. 

fiXFOBTS— Contiiiaed. 



Artioles. 

Gemfint quintals 

Cement, mannfutnTed do. . 

Chalk do.. 

Cheese do.. 

ChemioAl, products do.. 

Chocolate do.. 

Chloride of lime do.. 

Cloths, dlTors .'.do.. 

Charcoal do.. 

Coal do.. 

Cooeole do.. 

Cochineal do.. 

Coffee do.. 

Coffee, CAcao ...•••■•••••....do.. 
Coffee, sabstitutos do. . 

Colooynth do.. 

Colors, prei»ared do.. 

Comestibles ••.••.•.. do.! 

Copper do.. 

Copper, manufactured do . . 

Copper, scraps. •••••••.•.... .do. . 

Coral do.. 

Cotton do.^ 

Cotton goods do.. 

Crockery do.. 

Crustacea do . 

Cumin •••..do.. 



Qaantily. 



f » 



e,694 

67 
825 

2,821 
8,148 

626 

420 

11,863 



5.104 
40,572 

14 

88 

92,487 



44 

1,834 



6,151 



6,285 



011 

214 

1,862 

10 
58,698 

49,273 



7,885 



117 
66 



Countries whence exported. 



Austrian ports, 5,363 ; Turkey. 505 ; Italy, 452 ; Greece, 
121 ; Russia, 102 ; Egypt, 27 ; Montenegro, 14 ; Aden, 8; 
Spain, 2. 

Malta, 50 ; Austrian ports, 5 ; Turkejr, 1 ; Egypt, 1. 

Austrian ports, 650; Turkey, 01; GFreece,?!; ItBly,6| 
Romnania, 6; Cyprus, I. 

Austrian ports, 1,624; Bgypt^ 532; Italy, 868; Turkey, 
222; Greece, 41; Great Britain, 13; Russia, 6; Bul- 
garia, 5 ; Tunis, 4; France, 4 ; Roumania, 2 ; Egypt 1. 

Turkey, 1,101; Greece, 660; Russia, 350; Italy, lai; 
India, 211; Eeypt,173; Austrian porta, 140; Aden, 
72; France, 16; Roumania, 13; Australia, 32; Japan, 
Bulgaria, 12; China, 5; Tunis, 4; Spain, 2; Cyprus, 
2; Siam,2; Massowah,l; Tripolis, 1. 

Roumania,245; Austrian ports, 161; Turkey, 91; Egypt, 
21; Tunis, 3; Italv,!; Argentine, 1; Cyprus. 8. 

Greece, 114; Italy, 103; Turkey, 99; Egypt, 45; Aus- 
trian ports, 31 ; Bulgaria, 28. 

Turkey, 6.052; Egypt, 3,591; Greece, 692; Austrian 
ports, 592 ; Bulgaria, 243 ; Tunis, 45 ; Italy, 39 ; Rou- 
mania, 28; Malta, 24; Russia, 15; Aden, 10; Brazil, 
7; Cyprus, 7; Montenegro. 6; Massowah, 6; India, 
2: Great Britain, 2; United States. 1 ; Spain, 1. 

Itsly, 4,019; Austrian ports, 1,084; Egypt, 1. 

Austrian porta, 20,367; Italy, 18,861; Russia, l,300| 
Turkey, 41; Egypt, 3. 

Italy, 9; Austriau ports, 2 ; Greece, 2 ; Tuvkey, 1. 

Austrian ports, 18; Turkey, 18; France, 1; Italy, 1. 

Turkey, 28,959 ; Italy, 20,991 ; Austrian ports, 19,765 ; 
Greece, 10,165; Russia, 4,861; Roumania, 4,806; 
Egypt, 1,234 ; Bulgaria, 390 ; Cyprus. 375 ; Great Brit- 
ain, 372 ; Montenegro, 236 ; Malta, 155 ; Hamburg, 128; 
Tunis, 35; United States, 25. 

Italy, 27 ; Roumania, 11 ; Austrian ports, 6. 

Austrian ports, 967 ; Turkey, 202 ; Egypt, 66 ; Russia, 
19; Greece, 16; Tunis. 15; Italy, 12; Cyprus, 14; 
Malta, 8 ; Bulgaria, 7 ; TTipolis, 6 ; United States, 1 ; 
Great Britain, 1; Spain, 1. 

Hamburg, 38; Great Britain, 25; United States, 20 1 
Itoly.e. 

India, 2,498 ; Turkey, 1,831 ; Austrisn ports. 559 ; Greece 
298; Egypt, 246; Italy, 207; Russia, 180; Bulgaria, 
117 ; Japan, 64; Midta, 33; Roumania, 30; TripoUs, 26; 
Tunis, 20; i>anoe,12; Spain, 12; Cyprus, 7; China, 
6; Aden, 4; Montenegro, 2. 

Austrian ports, 1,911; Egypt, 1,640; Turkev.809; In* 
dia, 641 ; BrsKil, 348 ; Great Britain, 268 ; 'Italy, 132 ; 
Russia, 121 ; Greece, 111 ; United States, 105 ; Mass- 
owah, 51 ; Aden, 37 ; Roumania, 31 ; Japan, 25 ; Philip* 
pine, 11; Zanzibar, 9; Hamburg, 8; Cyprus, 7; Mon- 
tenegro, 6; Tunis, 5; China, 4; Bulgaria, 2; Argen- 
tine, 2; Persia,!. 

Austrian ports, 311 ; Italy, 251 ; Cyprus, 162 ; Turkey, 
101 ; Greece, 62 ; Bulgaria, 11 ; Egypt^ 10 ; Russia, 7 ; 
France, 4; Montenegro, 2. 

Austrian ports, 162; Egypt, 25; Turkey, 12; Italy, 11; 
Malta, 1 ; Greece, 1 ; Russia, 1 ; Bulgaria, 1. 

Great Britain, 403; Austrian ports. 872; Italy, 822; 
Roumania, 117; Turkey, 66; Tripolis, 20; Russia, 2. 

Italy, 5 ; Anatrism ports, 3 ; India 2. 

Italy, 54,952 ; Greece, 2,599 : Austrian ports, 738 ; Great 
Briti«in,44; Montenegro, 21: Russia, 8; TuniB,6; 
Roumania, 1 ; India, 1. 

Turkey, 23,215: India, 4,997; Egypt, 4,694; Austrian 
poris, 4,602; Italy, 3,600; Roumania, 3,247; Greece, 
2,686; Bulgaria, 959; Tunis, 234; Cyprus. 121; Bra- 
eH, 182; Malta, 164; Zanzibar, 117: Montenegro, 
101; Tripolis, 97; Russia, 48; Mozambique, 44 -. PhU- 
ippine. 42; China, 85; Siam,27; France, 25; Persia, 
16: Aoen, 11; Morocco, 10; Great Britain, 1. 

Turkoy, 3,170; Austrian ports, 2,020; Egypt, 856| 
Ital> , 498 ; Greece, 376 ; Russia, 86 ; Bulgaria, 86 ; Tu- 
nis, 86; Malta, 78; Cyprus, 54; TripoUs, 21; Aden, 
18; Brazil, 12; Roumania, 9; Montenegro,?: India. 
6; United States, 4; Great Britain, 3. 

Ittly, 69 ; Austrian ports, 48. 

Austrian ports, 24; Greece, 10; Egypt, 8; France, 5| 
Turkey, 6; Italy, 6. 



EUBOPE — ^AUSTEIA-HUNOAEY. 



15 



SUOem^mt $]KnoiMg the imparU and exparU at Trieeie, ete. — Continned. 

EXPORT&--Coiitinned. 



ArtiolM. 



Drub: 

Iniae, star qninials. 

Ciluuunon........ do... 



doTM do. 



Katmegs. 
Pepper... 



.do. 
.do. 



Pfanento. 



.do. 



Ginger 
Divers. 



.do. 



luth: 
Coloring 



.do. 



Divers 



.do. 



Bggs of sturgeon (csviare), 

quintals. 
Emery quintals.. 

Xssenoe, aronuttiosl do.... 



Tanning. ......■•-...... .do. 



Dyeing do. 



Felt do. 

Fennel do. 



Herring 



Btoek ........ 



Ssrdelles 



.do. 
.do. 

do. 



Divers do. 

Fresh do. 

Flax do. 



Flsx manufsctnred do. 

Floor do. 



Quantity. 



Fbirlsi. 



.do. 



7 
2,686 



11 
ft, 016 



812 

78 
6,100 



6.687 



15,206 



6,112 

1,411 

800 
204 

678 
0,236 

1,836 

648 

1.625 

123 

1.374 

866,823 



Countries whence ei^ported. 



»; unnea oiaies, 4w>; ijieeoe, 

Msssowah, 114; Cyprus, 100; 

k, 48; Hamburg, 48; France. 66; 

ta, 7; Tripoli, 2; Italy, 46; Mon- 



Oreece,7. 

Turkey, 066 ; Italy, 520 ; 6^eeo^ 815 ; Russia, 166 ; Bou^ 
uiania, 154; Kgypt, 120; Aastrian ports, 03; Mo- 
rocco, 80; Tripolis, 78; Cyprus, 66; Bulgaria, 35 1 
Tunis, 22; MalU,4. 

Greece, 68; Turkey, 42; Italv,34; Austrisn Myrts,22; 
Koumania, 10; Cyprus, 16; Russia, 13; Egypt, 7} 
Morocco, 2. 

Italy, 7 ; Hamburg, 2 ; Austriu ports, 1 ; Greece, 1. 

Italy, 2,048; Austrian porta, 033; Greece 614; Turkey, 
572; Koumania, 360; Egypt, 220; Russia, 04; Mo- 
rocco, 67; Hamburg, 47; Cyprus, 41; Bulgaria, 18| 

Montenegro. 2. 
Italy, 01; Greece. 70; Austrian ports, 50; Turkey, 

41; Koumania, 25; Egypt, 0; Morocco, 5; Russia, 7} 

Bulgaria, 4; Cyprus, i. 
Russia, 30; Morocco, 13; Greece, 0; Austrian ports, 

8; Cyprus, 5; Turkcij, 2; Bulgaria,!; Koumania, 1. 
Great BriUin, 1.406; Turkey, 1.170, Greece, 1,008; 

Austrian ports, 788; United States, ^86; Greece, 

485; Russia, 244: Massojraht 114; 

Bulgaria, 54; India 

Roumania, 36; Malta, 

tenegro, 2. 

Great Britain, 1.071 ; Austrian ports, 1,015; United 
States, 6.%; Hamburg, 505; Turkey, 540; Greece, 
414; Iti^, 330; Roumania,53; Russia, 40; Egypt, 20; 
India, ^; Malta, 25; Cyprus, 7; Montenegro, 2; 
France, 1. 

Belgium, 7,122: Great Britain, 4,355; Anstrisn porta, 
1,238; Italy. 804; Hamburg, 416; Koumania, 401 : In- 
dia, 373; Bulgaria, 200; United States, 185; Turkey, 
56; EgypL 82; Greece, 35; Russia, 28; l«>ance. 1. 

Turkey, 8; Greece, 2; Austrian ports, 1; Italy, 1. 

France, 408; Italy^ 143; Russia, 60; Turkey, 28; Aus- 
trian jiorts, 14; Egypt, 3: Cyprus, 2; Tunis, 1. 

Turkey, 441; Egypt, 176; India. 122; Austrian TM)rts, 
51, Greece, 31; Italy, 26; Malta, 25; Bulgaria, 22; 
Tunis, 12; Roumania, 7; United States, 4» Cyprus, 
4; Broxil, 8; China, 1; Argentine 1; Tripolis, 1; 
Russia. 1, 

Hamburg, 2,050; Great Britain, 1,351; Italy, 608; 
UnitedStat^s, 552; Belgium. 208; Russia, 156; Aus- 
trian ports, 126; Spain. 53; Koumania, 8. 

Great Britain^ 806; liussia, 454; France, 86; Austrian 

Sorts, 28; Italy. 24; Turkey, 8; Greece. 6; Ham- 
urg, 2; Koumania,!. 
Turkey,223; Austrian ports, 25; Egypt, 25; Greece, 

18; Italy, 10; TripoliA, 4; Tunis, 2; BulgRria, 2. 
Great Britain, 214; Hamburg, 67; Unit^ SUtes, 5; 
Italy, 5; Austrian ports, 2; France, 1. 

Austrian ports, 575; Italy, 80; Egypt, 15; Turkey. 7; 
Greece, 1. 

Austrian ports, 7,785; Italy, 1,166; Greece, 212; Tur- 
key, 24; Effypt, 22; Rounuuiia, 21 ; Montenegro, 8 ; 
Russia, 2; Great Britain, 1. 

Italy. 704; Austrian ports, 664; Egypt, 248; Greece, 
HB: Russia. 82; Turkey, 36; United SUtes, 2; Bul- 
garia, 2. 

Italy, 406; Austrian ports, 06; Greece, 51. 

Italv. 1,625. 

Turkey, 50; Austrian ports, 31; Greece, 17; Italy, 16 1 
Malta, 2; Great Britain, 5; Bulgaria, 1; Egypt, 1. 

Austrian ports, 378; Turkey, 376; Italy, 287; Greece, 
172: Egypt, 103; Great BriUin, 41; Bulgaria, 17. 

Austrian ports, 224,153; Great Britaiu,54,040: Brazil, 
10,031; France, 16,647; India, 11,810; Algiers, 10. 007 1 
Turkey, 8,883; Egypt, 5,810: Italy, 4,167; Zansibar, 
2,150; Aden, 1,580; Hamburg, 1,157; Greece, 3,542; 
Mozambique. 257; Cyprus, 252; Montenegro, 153? 
Tunis, 167: Massowah, 102; Madagascar, 67; Gibral- 
tar, 64; Belgium, 50 { Uruguay, 15; Morocco, 10 1 
Tripolis, 8. 

Egypt. 24; Italy, 1. 



16 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement showing the imparte and exports at Triestef etc, — Continaed. 

BXPOBTS— Continued. 



Articles. 



Quantity. 



Fruits: 

Oranges and lemons. quintals. 

Oranges, dried ..........do.. 

Capers do.. 

St. Jobn*B bread do.. 

Chestnuts do. . 

Crab apples, pickled . . . .do. . 

Dates do.. 

Figs, dried do.. 

Almonds do.. 

Cocoanuts do.. 

Nuts, divers do.. 

Olives' do.. 

Prunes, dried do.. 

Curran ts and dried grapes . do. 

Fresh, divers do.. 

Dried and prepared do. . 



Gall nuts do.. 

Game do.. 

Glassware do.. 

Glassware, scraps do. . 

Glycerine do.. 

Glue do.. 

Gold kilograms 

Gold, specie do.. 

Gk>ld, scrap do.. 

Barley quintals 

Maize do.. 

Millet do.. 

Oats do.. 

Bye do.. 

Wheat ..................do.. 

Graphite do.. 



12,383 

10 

12 

8,057 



526 

8,416 

881 

8,172 

836 

22 
6,567 

442 

84.867 

12, 308 

2,056 
4,-701 

41,470 



82 
47,809 



Countries whence exported. 



2.533 
201 



1,683 

81 
827 

45 

10,677 

25.636 
3,462 

«,727 

847 

21,855 
50 



Austriuporta, 11.100; Italy, 628; Bussia, 828; Tor* 

United States, 8; Bussia, 8; Great Britain, 3. 
Austrian ports, 11 ; Italy, 1. 

Hamburg, 1,124; Great Britain. 022; Italy, 855; Bel- 
gium, 376; l^Yance, 288; Austrian porta, 205; Boa- 

sla, J74; United Statea, 18. 
Austrian ports, 467; Egypt, 60. 
Italy, 2.100; Hamburg, 808; Great Britain, 864; Bus- 

sia, 30; United States, 24. 
Italy, 366; Austrian porta, 814; Turkey, 180; Greeoe^ 

18; Bussia, 3. 
Austrian ports, 1,664; Italy, 786; Groat Britain, 841 1 

Hamburg, 214; Turkey, 80; Egypt, 78. 
Austrian ports. 128; Italy, 86; Boumania, 46; Great 

Britain, 43; Egypt, 16; Greece, 14; Bulgaria, 4. 
Turkey, 22. 
Italy, 4,003; Austrian poitaJHTO; Belgium, 581; Egypt, 

412: Great Britain, 2M; Turkey, 243; France, 170{ 

United States, 176. 
Italy, 167; MaltfL 141: Austrian porta, 65; Egypt, 83 1 

France, 28; United States, 4; Turkey, 8; Great 

Britain, 1. 
United States, 80,055: Great Britain. 2,038; Italy. 

1,510: Austrian ports, 725; Hamburg, 225; Egypt, 

201; Turkey. 55; Greece, 48. 
Italy, 10,313; Austrian ports, 040; Great Britain,, 635; 

Hamburg, 222; Turkey, 50; Belgium, 43; Malta 36; 

Egypt, 20; Argentine, 13; Brazil, 12; Tunis. 6. 
Austrian ports, 1,130; Egypt. 502; Italy, 160; Aden, 

129; India, 60; Malta, 46; Turkey, 10; Greece. 1. 
Great Hritain, 1,504; United States, 1,858; Italy, 887| 

Hamburg, 403; Austrian ports, 341 ; India, 77; Aden, 

37; Turkey, 32; Eg^pt, 10; France. 17; Greece, 8 1 

Koumania, 7; Bussia, 5; Australia, 4; Slam, 1| 

Brazil. 1. 
Italy, 36.203; Austrian ports, 1,790; Hamburg, 1,253; 

Bonmanis, 1.222; Bussia, 401; Turkey, 251; Tunia, 

28; Great Britain, 133. 
Egypt. 81; Italy, 1. 
Turkey, 16,731; Austrian ports. 8,043; Egypt, 5.294; 

India. 5,134; Greece, 8,510; Italy, 8,148; Bulgaxia, 

944: Cyprus, 859; Malta, 820; Tunis, 504; Tripoli, 

256; Zanzibar, 203 ; Gibraltar, 196; Boumania, 174; 

Bussia, 120; Persia, 102; Morocco, 97; United States, 

77 ; Massowah, 67 ; Brazil, 56 ; Montenegro, 47 ; Aden, 

33; Philippine, 30; China, 20; Algiers, 14; France, 8; 

Japan, 2; Australia, 1. 
Italy, 1,779; Austrian x>ort8,744. 
United States, 118; Turkey, 99; Egypt. 21; Austrian 

Forts, 17 ; Greece, 16 ; Uruguay, 10 ; Bulgaria, 6 ; Italy, 
; Cyprus, 2. 
Austrian ports, 610; Turkey, 262; E<rypt, 184; Italy, 

158; Greece, 144; Bussia, 840; Bulgaria, 20; Great 

Britain, 24; Boiunania, 12; Cyprus, 6; France, 6; 

Morocco, 4; Tunis, 1. 
India, 79; Tripoli, 2. 
Malta, 683; Turkey, 63; Greece, 60; Tunia, 10; Aus* 

trian ports. 9 ; France, 1 ; Italy, 1. 
France, 41 ; Austrian ports, 4. 

Italy, 4,324; Austrian ports, 1,939; Turkey, 1,885; 
Greece, 1,250; i'^rance, 1,165; Egypt, 53; Spain, 40; 
Tunis, 11; Bulgaria. 10. 

Austrian ports, 13,975; Italy, 8,907; Turkey, 1,656; 
Greece 1 098 

Italy, 1,578*; Great Britain, 1,103; Hamburg, 311; Aus- 
trian ports, 103; Belgium, 182; France, 92; Mas- 
sowah, 3. 

Austrian ports, 2,807; Italy, 2,493; Massowah, 372; 
Greece, 29 ; Malta, 14 ; Tunis. 11. 

Turkey, 500; Italy, 168; Austrian ports, 91; Egypt, 
800- Greece 8. «- . . •.r.r-i 

Italy,' 13.212 ; Austrian ports, 8,642 ; Greece, 1. 
Great Britain, 25; Italy, 15; Bussia, 11; Austriaa 
ports, 8. 



EUSOPB — ^AU6TRIA-HXn70AB7. 



17 



showfrng ike imporU and exparU at JHerte, ete. — Continned. 
BXPOBTS— Continued. 



ArtlolM. 



DiTcn quintals.^ 

if^rii<T>o do... 



6omt: 



.do. 



TnficuiOi .•.••.....••. do. 

Ovta do. 

Hair: 

do. 



do. 



PI? 

Ihti: 

flfllcfelttete • do 



Sinw.oto. 



do. 



to... 

Hap 



.do. 
.do. 



Hops 



do. 



lee 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



IkdJgo 



.do. 



Uk 



.do.... 



Inttramento, musical do. 



.do. 



bitramcBta, actonttflo do. 



and Steel: 
lUw 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 



Slaal 



.do. 



.do. 



Tlnplatee do. 

Wli« do. 



QoAntity. 



581 



7,802 



7 
72 

&0 



18 
1,089 

UO 
2.448 



1,2U 
4,575 



126 
124 

408 

6,652 

408 



8,124 
1,508 
2,298 
1,006 

410 



710 
1,740 

14,206 



26»299 

1,285 
1,640 
1,244 



Conntiiee whence exported. 



Hambarx. 429 ; France, 380 ; Greece, 265 ; Rneeia, 286 ; 
Turkey, 157 ; Spain, 76 ; Belolum, 47 ; Auatrimnporta, 
45; Rouraania,80; Brasil,32; Argentine, 80; Egypt, 



SsTpt,46«i Auattian porte,85; Italy, 14; Greeee, 10| 

Turkey. 6. 
EgA'pt, iBS; Austrian porta, 279; Great Britain, 40| 

Turkey, 18; Prance, 10; Koiiia, 7; Bulgaria, 2; 

Italy, 8. 

Great Britain^2,517; Italy, 2,1^7; United Sfcalea, 840| 

►,380 

;Be] 

23; Cyuru8,12; India, 5; Malta, 31 Bulgaria, 2.~" 
France, 5; Italy, 2. 
United States, 5 i Italy, 85; Turkey, 25; Hambazg,7. 

Italy, 00; Austrian ports, 78; Turkey, 24; Algiers, 6| 

Greece, 4; Egypt, 2; France, 2. 
Italy. 1,515 ; Austrian ports, 483 ; Greece, 27 ; Tark^,8. 
Italy, 8; France, 8; Austrian ports, 2. 

Turkey, 080; Egypt, 180; India. 105; Greece, 80; Bul- 
garia, 80; Austrian ports, 20; Zandbar, 7; Bouma> 
nia,4: Cypms,8; Moiambique, 1 ; Trais,!; Italy,2. 

Austrian ports, 53; Turkev, 48; Bulgaria, 22; Egypt, 
19 : Greece, 5 ; Brasil, 10 Montenegro, 1. 

Turkey, 7,721; India, 8,978; Italy, 2,746; Ecypt, 2,006; 
Austrian porta, 1,505; Greece, M78; Tunis, 886; 
Bussia, 392; Bulgaria. 655; Tripoli, 261 1 Cyprus, 
128: lCsssowah,29; China, 80; Bnudl.40; Aden. 29; 
Philippine, 19; Australia, 6; Persia, 5; Siam, 3{ 
Unit^States. 1 ; Kalta, 678. 

BgyP^ 709 ; Austrian ports, 386; Franee, 140 ; Aden, 9. 

Great Britain, 2^ ; Austrian ports, 964 ; Turkey, 421 ; 
Greece, 406: Boumania, 152; Italy, 70; India, 23; 
Cyprus, 5; Bulgaria, 4; United SUtes, 1. 

France, 92; Austrian ports, 17: Italy, 16; Egypt, 1. 

Turks/, 78; Gxeeoe,!?; Bussia, 16; Bulgaria, 7; In- 
dia, 6. 

France, 406. 

Austrian ports, 6,680; Italv, 17. 

Turkey, 85; Austrian ports. 88; Italy, 55; Spain, 50{ 
BalAria,48; Greece, 28; Great Britain, 32; Busaia, 
10; Hamburg, 0; Boumania, 5; Cypros, 1; Tunis, 1; 
United StatM, I. 

Italy, 546; Great Britain, 4B0; Turkey, 446; Russia, 
70B ; Boumania, 431 ; Greece, 200 ; France, 103 ; Ham- 
burg, 100 : Austrian ports, 71 ; Morocco, 35. 

Turkey, 707 ; Bussia, 210 ; Austrian ports, 196 ; Eg3rpt, 
Greece, 112; Bulgaria, 68; Italy, 26; Cyprus, 25; 
Tunis, 7. 

Italy, 1.079; Egypt, 476; Turkev, 874; Greece. 184| 
Austrian ports, HI; Bussia, 79; Malta, 19; Bulga- 



ria, 18 ; Cyprus, 8. 
" .;Tu" 

1 ports, 46; Greeciv 
Malta, 8;J!niina, 9; Tunis, 5; Cyprus, 47 Mosam- 



India, 411; Turkey, 166; Egypt, 125; BussiiL 98; Italv, 
79 ; Austriui ports, 46 ; GrMce^ 87 ; Bulgaria, 18 1 



bique, 8; Brazil, 1. 
Turkey. 146; Greece, 118; Egypt 86; Austrian ports, 
40; Kussla, 15; Italy, 8; Bulgaria, 8; SpaiB, 2| 
India,!. 



13357 OR- 



Austrian ports, 562; Italy, 148; Malta, 8. 

Itafy, 1,889; Turkey, 288; Austrian ports, 81; Mimto- 
negro, 88. 

Aastrian ports, 9,U9; Italy, 2.768; Turkey, 1,481| 
Greece, 539; Boumania, 311 ; India, 21; Egypt, 18 1 
Cyprus, 14 ; Great Britain, 12 ; Montenegro, 12. 

Itafv, 3,505; Turkey, 9,4i2; France, l,(Hi6; Greece, 
1,§0I; Brazil, 1.488; China, 1,274; Austrian ports, 
1,254: Great Britain, LOOO; Bulgaria, 1,020; Spain, 
800; Russia, 813; Hamburg, 443; Egypt, 124; Tunis, 
92: Cyprus, 57; Japan, 44; MonteDe;i;ro, 13. 

Austrian ports, 738; Greece, 813; Turkey, 136; Cyprus, 
83; Italy, 15. 

Austrian ports, 1,156; Turkey, 198; Italy, 165; Mon- 
tenegro,30. 

AustrSa porta. 788 ; Turkey, 284 ; Italy, 84 ; Egypt, 98 1 
Greece. 41 ; Bulgaria, 19; Malta, 8; Great Britain, 8. 



18 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement thawing the imparts and exparti at IHeste, etc, — Coiitinned. 

BXPOBTft-Gontiimed. 



Articles. 



Iron and steel— Ooatiiiaed. 

Needles qaintals. 

AncboxB do... 

Chains do... 

NalU do... 

SicUes do... 

Ropes do... 

Iron: 

Files do... 

Bails do... 

Pig, mannfaotnred do. . . 

Divers do... 

Jet goods, .y... do... 

Jnioe, lemon do... 

Juniper berries do... 

Jute: 

Baw do... 

Mannfiactared -do. . . 

Lard do... 

Laurel: 

Berry do... 

LeaTes do . . . 

Lead, white do... 

Lead, red do... 

Lead do... 

Vdes and skins: 

Lamb, sheep, and goftt. . .do. . . 

Ox do... 

DiTers do... 

Peltries do... 

lianufactured, tanned, sbeep 

and goat, quintals. 
Tanned, ox, etc quintals. 

Tanned, oalf do... 

Tanned, fine do... 

Tanned, divers do... 

Tanned scrap do... 

Leaven do... 

Leaves, sennA do... 

do... 



Quantity. 



848 

140 

270 

9,461 



1,713 

46 

172 

479 
5,268 

28,716 



10,760 



8 
88 



16,012 

84 
2,169 



208 
8,708 
1,813 

UO 
8,071 

4641 
16,660 

10,100 

82 

30 

8,994 



28 
497 

1,049 



6 

267 

496 
8 



Ooontiles whence exported. 



Turkey, 186; Beypt, 98; Italy, 81; Greece, 24; Trip- 
oli, 6; Bulgsna, 6; Austrian ports, 4. 
Turkey, 65; Crreat Britain, 64; Austrian ports, 21. 



Austrian ports, 4,650; Turkey, 
Italy, 838; Boumania, 192; Malta, 69; Montenegro, 



_ _'^®yv 3,160; Greece, 1,060; 

»Jy, . ' " 

46; Brasil, 24; Bgypt, 18; Cyprus, 5. 



Anstnao ports, 267; Italy, 7; Greece, 6. 

i 

Turkey, 1,098; BnssLa, 459; Italy, 77; Austrian ports, 

40; Greece, 18; Bulgaria, 21. 
Austrian ports, 46. 

Turkey, 66; Austrian ports, 67; Greece, 26; Busaia, 
9; Spain, 4. 

Austrian ports, 418; Turkey, 61. 

Austrian ports, 2.726 ; Turkey, 967 ; Itai^, 419 ; Greece. 
417; Bnssia, 488; Malta, M; Bgypt^; Spain, 83 
India, 36. 

Austrian ports, 9,068; Turkey, 8,468; Greece, 3,147 
Italy, 2,635; Bgypt, 2,687; Russia, 1,198; Cyprns, 
281; Tunis, 15^ %ipoli, 154; Great Britain, 117 
Bulgaria, 721; I*ranoe, 106; Morocoo, 48; Montene 
gro, 16; Aden, 16; United States, 6; India, 17. 

India, 6.210; Zansibar, 1.332; Turkey, 869; Italy, 460; 
Tripoli, 415; Bgypt^360; Mozambique, 230; Philip- 
pine, 106; Tunis, 158; Japan, 156; Aden, 125; Bns- 
sia, 62; China, 28; Great Britain, 28; Austrian ports, 
24 ; Algiers, 24 ; Boumania. 24 ; Bulgaria, 21 ; France, 
20; Hamburg. 10; Australiai?; Brasil, 6; Madagas- 
car, 4; UnitM States, 1. 

Italy. 8. 

Hamburg, 12; Austrian ports, U; Great Britain, 6; 
Italy, 5. 

Italy, 10,894; Austrian ports, 4,956; Turkey, 82; Bul- 
garia, 80. 

Turkey, 13; Austrian ports, 0; Greece, 9; Egypt, 3. 

Austrian ports, 2, 122 ; Tc 
6; Greece, 6. 



Turkey, 16; Egypt, 10 



gypt, 

; Fra 



noe. 



Turkey, 104 ; Hamburg, 48 ; Great Britain, 89; Busiia, 

12. 
Great Britain, 1,076; United States, 866; Hamburg, 

394 ; Austrian ports, 350 ; Boumania, 17 ; Italy 7. 
United States, 634; Great Britain, 374 ; Austrian ports, 

342; Turkey, 104; Italy, 58; Spain, 66; Bulgaria, 38; 

Egypt, 20; Greece, 96. 
Anstnsn ports, 62 ; Boumania, 22 ; Turkey, 15 ; Greece, 

Turkey, 1,266; Austrian ports, 1,158; Greece, 351; Bou- 
mania, 221; Hamburg, 46; Italy, 29. 

United States, 3,895; France, 667; Italy, 136; Turkey 

33; Belgium, 6; Austrian porta, 4. 
Italy, 8,3a ; Austrian ports, 4, 631; Greece, 1,379; Tnr 

key, 1,014; Great Britain, 972; Boumania, 103 ; Ham 

burg, 90; Fiance, 0. 
Austrian ports, 5,775; Italy. 1,950; Great Britain. 584, 

Turkey, 551 ; France, 473 ; United States, 466 ; Greece, 

172; Egypt. 87; Montenegro, 42. 
Turkey, 64; Austrian ports, 0; Bulgaria, 6; Italy, 4. 
Greece, 12; Italy, 12; Tunis, 5; Egypt,!. 

Austrian ports, 2,228; Turkey, 1,169; Egypt, 190; Bul- 
garia, 165 ; lireece, 138 : Italy, 30 ; Bomania, 21 ; Bus- 
sia, 19; India, 13; Montenegro, 12; Malta, 6; Ham- 
burg, 2; Great Bntoin, 1. 

Turkey, 22; Malta. 1. 

Turkey, 315 ; Egypt. 75 ; Greece, 70 ; Bussio, 24 ; Malta, 
7; Austrian ports, 3 ; Italy, 2; United States, 1. 

Austrian ports, 677; Turkey, 216; Italy, 56: Greece, 61; 
Egypt, 24; Malta, 9; Bulgaria, 9; Montenegro, 6; 
Tunis, 6. 

Turkey, 4; Italy, 2. 

Austrian ports, 161; Italy, 62; Egypt, 48; Turkey, 16; 

United States, 275; Great Britain, 170; France, 24: 

Italy. 26. 
Austiian ports, 2. 



EDBOPE — ^AUSTBIA-HTmOABT. 



19 



8Utiem0»t thawing the imparta and exporU at IHevto, 0to.— Continned. 

EXPOBTS-Coniinned. 



Artides. 



Lime qnintols. 

Lime, divon..... ........... .do. .. 

Uncbiid do... 

LiqnofB hectolitera. 

Lioerioe, paste qnintala. 

Ltthargo do... 

LfB ............. ............do. .. 

lUfDoaraoi do... 

I^KSOBBQltl'VB .»■■«••.»«.».. do . .. 

do... 

Pivte of ...........>..•.. do... 

ICaCMftiA do... 

]CaH do... 

Maam do... 

Maa j r an we do... 

Httum. ......... ............do... 

MMtio do... 

ICatarUls: 

Yeieetalde, for braahee, etc., 

qoiatelA. 
Coloring qnintals. 

do... 

do... 

ClicnteMy dlTsn ...... ..do... 

Hitohfls do... 

Hati do... 

Meoiciiiai prapsroQ... •«••... do. .. 

Heltliigpote... do... 

Mercury ..•••••........ do... 

Metjd«: 

DiTon do... 

dlTWS. . . .do. . . 



Mineral 



Quantity. 



250 

4,501 

6 

8,848 



92 

8.151 

49 
14,142 



9 
8,227 



5,968 



48 

415 

27 

225 

6,443 

208 



613 
900 
154 

967 

1,827 

46,601 

102 
628 

893 

2,582 

655 
16,260 



Conntriee whence exported. 



SI, 026 



India, 200; Aiiatrianport«,50. 

Anatrian porta, 8,845; Spain, 630; Turkey, 36. 

Italy, 4 ; Auatrian porta, 8. 

Turkey, 6,316 ; Great Britain, 663 ; Bulgaria, 416 ; Aua- 
trian porta, 365; Tunia, 232; Malta. 186; Italv, 179; 
Kgypt, 114; Franoe. 108; Cynrua. 90; Tripoli, 41; 
United Statea, 39; Hamburg, 38; Greece, 36; Brazil, 
29; India, 26; Buaaia, 26; China, 14; Argentine, 9; 
Koniania, 9; Ma8aowah,8; Japan, 2; Siam, 2; Zan- 
sibar. I. 

Great Britain, 60 ; Hamburg, 18 ; Kuaala, 9 ; Turkey, 4 1 
Austrian porta, 3 ; France, 2; Greece, 1. 

Itnly. 1.024; Turkey, 672; Greece, 866; Bulgaria, 64t 
Auatrian porta, 36. 

Austrian porta, 49. 

Austrian porta. 11,894; Great Britain, 723; Turkey, 
5»1 ; United Statea, 509; Cyprua, 187; Italy, 80; Rnu- 
mania, 49; Montenegro, 85; Braail, 30; JSgypt, 27; 
Greece, 17. 

Turkey, 9. 
~^rkey. 96 
224; Ital; 



Turkey. 968; Egypt, 828; Greece, 291; Auatrian porta, 
~ ilv, 200; Ruaaia,79: Tunia. 6&; Bulgaria. 35; 
Cyprua, 1^: France, 5; Malta, 3; Montenegro, 2. 



Turkey, 2,136; Austrian porta, 933; Italy, 637: Greece, 

749; Egypt, 649; Russia, 332; Bulgana, 199; India, 

229; Ronmania, 90; Great Britain, 14. 
Turkey, 31; Italy, 8; France. 5; Auatrian porta, 1; 

Egypt, 1. 
Greece, 400; Malta, 15. 
Austrian porta, 9; Italy, 5; Turkey, 4; Greece, 4| 

Russia, 3; United States. 1; Boumanla, 1. 




2; Montenegro, 2; Italy 



Auatrian porta, 353; Italy, 92; Turkey, 84; Greece, 

31; Bulgaria, 2; Russia, 1. 
Turkey, 729; Greece, 126; Egypt, 65; Turkey, 33; 

Bulgaria, 21 ; Austrian porta, 7 ; Russia, 7 ; Italy, 2. 
Turkey, 103; Egypt, 11; Bulgaria, 10; Auatrianporta. 

8; Italy, 7; Greece, 8; Great Britain, 6; United 

States, 1. 
Turkey, 343; Greece, 245; Austrian porta, 119; Bul- 
garia, 73; Egypt, 66; Belgium, 45; Italy, 36; Aden, 

^; Malta, 7. 
Turkey. 700; Greece, 331; Italy, 321; Austrian porta, 

181; Great Britain, 144; Bulgaria, 60; Egypt, 41; 

Aden, 27 ; Cyprua, 7. 



Turkey, 28,306; China, 8,309; Egypt^ 4.958: Austrian 
porta, 2,361; Bulgaria, 1,349 ; Roumania, 384 ; Greece, 
312; Cyprua, 402; France, 88; India, 51; Russia, 30; 
Montenegro, 28; United Statea, 12; Tripoli, 8; 
Argentine, 3. 

Austrian porta, 44; Greece, 87; Roumania, 14; Tur- 



key, 7. 

itrii 

1: II 
teneffro, 4. 



Austrian porta, 275 ; Turkey, 80 ; Greece, 64 ; Bulgaria, 
83: Italy, 25; India, 18: Russia, 11; Egypt, 0; M( 



LOU- 






Italy, 143; Turkey, 134; Greece, 35; Tunis, 25; Rusaia, 
18; Egypt, 16; Malta, 14; Auatrian porta, 8. 

India, 2,335; China, 124; Great Britain, 41; Turkey, 
29; Ruaaia, 27; Italy, 15; Egypt, 6; Bulgaria, 5. 

Great Britain, 188; Turkey, 168; Austrian ports, ]06| 
Egypt, 63; Italy, 51; Greece, 42; Bulgaria, 37. 

India, 7,281; Turkey, 3.584; Egypt, 1,509; Greece^ 
994; Austrian ports, 454; Italy, 255; Russia, 216 1 
Bulgaria, 194; Tunis, 190; Cyprus, 133; Aden, 82; 
Brazil. 77; China, 71; Persia, 40; Zanzibar, 29: 
Tripoli, 30; Philippine, 11; Japan, 7; United 
States. 4, 

France, 6,026; Italy, 5,931 ; Egypt, 2,968; Turkey. 2,950| 
Auatrianporta, 1,435; Greece. 546; Ruaaia, 376; Bel- 
gium, 200; Algiers, 183; Great BriUin,98; Bulgaria^ 
66; China, 74; Japan, 50; Braail, 49; Aden, 88; 
Moaambique, 20; United Statea, 18. 



20 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



SUUemmU $hawiug ih€ imporU and wporU at TriuU, tfto.— Oontimiud. 

EXPOBTB— CoBllaiied. 



Artlolet. 



Minends, divers qointala 

ICirrora do.. 

Mother-of-pearl shell do. . 

Mustard do.. 

Mvrrh do.. 

Nickel do.. 

Oils: 

Dregs do.. 

Oleine do.. 

Anise do.. 

Cotton seed do.. 

Laurel do.. 

Linseed do.. 

Almond do.. 

Olive do.. 

Palm do.. 

Fish do.. 

Bapeseed do.. 

Castor do.. 

Booemary do.. 

Sesame do.. 

Turpentine. do.. 

Ethereal do.. 

Diyers do.. 

Lubricating ............ .do. . 

Mineral, petroleum do. . 

Opium do.. 

Orpiment do.. 

Paper do.. 

Paper pulp do.. 

Paper, pasteboard do.. 

Papar, divers do.. 

Paraffin do.. 

Phosphorus do.. 

Pitch do.. 

Plants: 

Living do... 



Quantity. 



10,038 
684 

1,608 

642 

8 
182 

7i 

84 

14 

2,U7 

40 

810 

84 

10. US 

1,177 

1,848 

7 
7»3 

4 
682 

146 

116 

743 

611 
24,128 



16 

11 

176,088 



8,464 
82,501 

2,786 
24,101 



8,792 
689 



Countries whence exported. 



Belgium, 9,750; Hamburg, 6,196; Austrian ports, 86; 




United States. 7. 
Great Britain, 467; Turkey, 628; United States, 446| 

Hamburg. 54: Itidy 0. 
GrrtAt BritiiiD, 353; United States. 189; Austrian ports, 

18; Ronmania, 15; Italy, 12; Turkey, 5. 
Italy, 9. 
Italy, 105; Turkey, 40; Xgypt^ 10; Greeoe, T. 

Austrian ports, 74. 

Italv, 93; Turkey, 1. 

Turlcev, 10; Massow^, 2£^Bg3rpl> 1; Italy, 1. 

Aastruui ports, 

Cypms, 88; Turkey, o. 
Italy, 11; Turkey, 10; Great Britain, 7; Bussia, 6; 



Aastrisji ports, 1,163; Bmimania, 817; Italy, 



Hamburg, 4; Irance, 2; United States, 1. 
Austrian ports, 614; Turkey, 80; Greeoe, 72; Italy, 86; 

Bonmania, 4; MontMiegro^. 
Bussia, 18 ; united States, 7 ; Bgypt, 6; Austrian ports, 

4; Italy, 8; Greece, 2. 
Austrian ports, 11,469; Bonmania, 2,865; Turkey, 

1,305; Gkeat Britain, 1,287; Italy, 1,274; Hamborg, 

197; Bussia, 821; Bulgaria, 149; United States, 83; 

Egypt, 62; Belgium (M; Greece, 29; Brazil, 13. 
Austrian porta, 718; Italy, 419; Bonmania, 32; Tur- 
key, 8. 
Italy, 659; Turkey, 459; Greeoe, 150; AusUian ports, 

43; Egypt 20; Rumania, 12. 
Austrian ports, 7. 
Austrian ports, 244; Great Britain, 282; Greeoe, 118; 

Russia, 144; Turkey, 61; Egypt, 4. 
Great Britain, 2; Austrian ports, 1; Hamburg, 1. 
Turkey, 331; Bulgaria, 109; Bonmania, 62; Austrian 

ports, 60. 
Turkey, 49; Itsly, 41; Austrian porta, 89; Egypt 6; 



Bulgaria, 5; Cyprus, 5. 
Turkey, 27; United States, 22; B' 

rDrts, 12 : Greece, 9 ; Great Britain, 8 ; Italy, 7 ; Egypt, 
; Tripoli, 4. 



ussia, 22; Austrian 



Bonmania, 390; Austrian ports, 187; Turkey, 82; 

France, 43; Greece, 12; Braail, 13; Bussia, 9; Great 

Britain, 7. 
Italy, 273; Austrisn ports, 160; United States, 66; 

Turkey, 11; Greece,'; France, 3; Egypt, 3. 
^.ustiian ports, 18,172; Italv, 4.029; Turkey, 1,678; 

Montenegro, 239; Greece, 81; Bulgaria, 72; Egypt, 



6; Cyprus, 4. 
bslyj; ~ 



Italy, 8; Greece, 5; Turkey, 2. 

Great Britain, 11. 

Turkey, 62,192; India, 39,927; Egypt, 80,094; Greeoe. 

17,05*5; Austrian ports, 4,814 ; Bulgaria, 8,503; .Aden, 

1.662; Hamburg, 1,583; Philippine, 1,541; Brazil, 

1,454; Tunis, 573; Great Britain, 7,862; Italy, 788; 

Cyprus, 811 ; China, 655 ; Bonmania, 532 ; Malta, 340 ; 

France. 336 ; Bussia, 198; Spain, 124; Montenegro, 42; 

Anstralia, 7. 
Great Britain, 1,836; Spain, 806; Frsnce, 456; Italy, 

155; Turkey, 108; Greece, 106. 
Turkey, 12,108; Italy, 8,289; Greece, 8.718; Egypt, 

8, 410 ; Bussia, 1,606 ; Spain, 1,419 ; Great BriUin, 7u5 ; 

Bulgaria, 508; Cyprus, 268; Austrian ports, 222; 

France, 210 ; Tripoli, 61 ; Brazil, 27. 
Turkey, 1, 194 : Egypt, 595 ; Austrian ports, 502; Greece, 
i; Bulgaria, 82; Tunis, 45; Bussia, 24; 



cey, 
1; 1 



172 ; Italy, 86 : Bulgaria, 82 ; Tn 
France. 16; Brazil. 12; Argentine, 7. 

India, 13,683; Italy, 2,772; Turkey, 2,316; Spain, 1,666; 
Greaee. 1,827 ; Bussia, 896; Austrian ports, 269; Cy- 
prus. 245; Bulgaria, 245; Egypt, 230; France, 201; 
Malta, 106; United States, 103;. Tripoli, 41; Tunis, 
11. 

Turkey, 2. 
brum 
268 



Anstruin ports, 2,889 ; Italy, 879 ; Turkey, 256 ; Greece, 



Austrian ports, 529; Turkey, 22; Egypt, 44; France^ 
16; Bussia, 12; Montebegre, 0. 



EUBOPE — AU8TBIA-HUKOART. 



21 



Bk ow img ik9 imporU and exparttt at IHMib ^* 
BZPOBTS-CmtinMd. 



]Mv«rs qiilBt«k.. 

Tnwwt fl»wan and powdtn, 
qvimUls. 

,diTH« quiatela.. 

Pdlirda do — 

PMoelain do.... 

, do 

do.... 

PitDtfag aad engraving do. . . . 

PolM: 

Bfana do — 

liQitiia ....>..•■«•■..•... do. . • . 
PoMe do 

Divert do 

Btfi do — 

Beeia do.... 

IbM do.... 

Bootii: 

Indian safl^n do. . . . 

Divers, for tanning and Jyeing, 
qnintala. 

hectolitera.. 

quintala.. 

Seco do 

Siifte: 

▲oetoeelle do — 

Ammoniacal do — 

Cooking, table do 

Glaaber'a do 

8alam do 

Nltrio do.... 

8iBd do.... 

Soammeny do.... 

Seeds: 

Anise do — 

Coriairaer ..........••••. do. . . . 

XJnaeed ............... ..do.... 

Bape do 

IMvera. do.... 

Waste do — 

GoeooB do.... 



Qosntity. 



0,345 



S,2S6 



24, M4 
7,777 



8,025 
28,712 

127 

128,646 



568 

3,877 

5,541 



6,238 
75,866 



31 
518 



18,314 



12 
10, 8U 

8 

187 

776 
137 

28 

132 

871 

4 

72 

284 

10,216 

102 

510 

50,856 



118 
8.778 



Govnfciifli whenoe axfortad. 




India, 6; Greece, 48. 

France, 1,448; United Stotea, l,4il; Great Bittaia, 
1,182; Italy. 860: Anstrian porta, 2Slj Boaaia, 8I0| 
Hamburg, 136; Egypt, 87; Turkey, 06 1 Greece, 48; 
Aastralia, 81. 

United Statea, 27; Turkey, 28; Italy, 5; Great Brit- 
ain, 3. 



Austrian porta, 24,188; Italy, 487; Greeoe,18. 

^^ 1|5075 Kgypt. 1, 
Bulgaria, 258; Gieeoe, 186; Italy, 115; Jtndla, ISOi 



Turkey, 4,081; Austrian porta, 1,507; BgypL 1,841; 

Bulgaria, 258; Gieeoe, 186; Italy, 115; India, 120| 

Tnnia.85; Buasia, 84; Aden, 20; United Statea, 8; 

Slain, 6; Bra8il,5. 
Turkey, 2,887; Italy, 470; Anatrian ports, 288; Greece, 

200; Great Britabi, 114; Egypt, 15. 
Turkey, 12,743; Austrian porta, 8,688; Egypt, 6,806; 

Italy, 718; Aden, 350; Malta, 188; India, ISO; Tnnia, 

71. 
Turkey, 40; Egypt, 21; Malta, 20; Italy, 18; Gieeoe, 

14 ; Austrian porta, 8 ; Bussia, 5. 

Italy, 75.665; Greece, li, 807; France, 10il38: Austrian 

porta, 7,538; United States. 5,706; Turkey, 8,862; 

Hamburg. 2,858; Great Britain. 2,888; Egypt, 8,288; 

Tunis. 1,134; Brazil, 000; Spain, 802; Cyprus, 642; 

Malta, 577 ; Tripoli, 135. 
Italy, 297; Austrian ports, 246 : Egypt, 21; Turkey, 5. 



Italy, 1/778; Austrian uorts. 1,396; Spain. 204; Egypt, 

012; E 
134; Great Britain, 27. 



153; Greeoe.127; Malta, 121; Turkey. 86. 
Austrian porta, 5,012; Egypt, 208; Italy, 160; Turkey, 



Great Britain, 72; Austrian porta, 66; Tripoli, 64| 
Italy, 13; Greece, 5. 

Italy. 3.452 ; Austrian porta, 1.227 ; Boumania, 731 ; Tur- 
key, 248; Egypt, 408; Buasia. 126; Greece, 47. 

Austrian ports, 42,438; Greece, 18,173; Turkey, 9,750; 
Italy,4,l55; Montenegro, 847; Boumania, 188:' Egypt, 
186; Cypriis, 160; Great Britain, 21 ; Tunla, 37. 

Turkey, 16; Austrian ports, 7; Bussia, 7; Greece, L 
Great Britain, 223 ; United States, 84 ; Italy, 70 ; Ham- 
burg. 73; France, 28; Austrian porte, 14 ; Turkey, 7; 
Ronmuiia,6; Bussia, 3; Morocco, 3; Greece, 5; Egypt, 
2; Cyprus, 1. 




ain,21; Montenegro, n. 
Italy, 12. 
Italy, 10,807; Turkey, 82; Austrian ports, i; Greece, 1. 

Turkey, 6; Austrianports, 2; Egypt, 1. 

Austriiui ports, 65; Turkey, 53; Italy, 24; Greece, 20; 

Bussia, 12; Egypt, 13; Great Britain, 10. 
Austrian porta, 750; Greece. 8; l*urkey, 6; Italy. 3. 
Italy, 84; Anatrian porta, 23; Egypt, 15; Greece, 11| 

Busala,4. 
Turkey. 15; Italy, 11; Greece, 2. 
Italy, 109; Greece, 16; Austrian porte, 7. 
Austrian porta, 867; Italy, 4. 
Italy, 4. 

Austrisn porta, 21; Greece, 20; Turkey, 14; Bua8ia» 
11 ; Greece, 6. 

Groat Britain, 168; United States, 100; Greece, 26. 

Italy, 10.187; Austrianports, 27; Turkey, 2. 

Italy, 102. 

Spain. 510. 

Itoly, 42,887; Egypt, 2,084; Tunis, 2,282; Turkey, 787; 
France, 581; Greece, 401; Austrian ports, 316; Great 
Britain, 234; Malta, 202; Spain. 101; United SUtea, 
80; Belgium, 28; Bussia, 17; Hamburg. 10; India. 6. 

France, 52; Tripoli, 48; Austrian porU. 11; TuTkey,lS. 
Italy. 3,776; Egypt, 2; Austrian ports. 6. 



22 



COIIMERGIAL RELATIONS. 



'StaUliMni $kowing Ike imparU and exporU at Trxe»U, eto.— Continiied. 



EXPORTS— Continued. 



Articles. 



Silk— Ckmtinaed. 

Spun qnintala 

Manaf sotnred do . . 

SIlTcr dn.. 

SUtea do.. 

Smalt • do.. 

Softp do.. 

Soda do.. 

Sponges do.. 

Starch do. . 

Stearin do.. 

Stones: 

Alabaster do.. 

Marble do.. 

Pomice do.. 

Intherongh do.. 

Whetstones do.. 

Grindstones do.. 

Mannfaotnred do.. 

Mannfactnred divers — do. . 

Precious kilograms 

Straw quintals 

Sumac do.. 

Sugar: 

Baw do.. 

Kefined do.. 

Molasses do. . 

Sughera do.. 

Tallow do.. 

Tamarind *. do.. 

Tar do.. 

Tazpaulin do.. 

Tea do.. 

Textiles, dlTsrs do.. 

Tfta do.. 

Tin, manufactured do.. 

Tobacco: 

Leaves do.. 

Manufactured do.. 

Tortoises number 

Tortoise shell quinUilH 

Tressed goods do.. 

Tripoli do.. 



Quantity. 



133 


370 


54 
284 


27 
13.096 


4,820 


85 


1,491 


832 


1 
951 


691 


87,689 


395 


214 
6,190 


1,365 


283 
1,914 



15,338 



12.820 
699,779 



243 

188 

1,127 
2, 432 

1.802 

96 

100 

25,970 

872 

56 

5,600 

3,122 

11 

1 

52U 

823 



Countries whenee exported. 



Turkey, 100; Austrian ports, 20; Italy, 4; Frttnce, 4; 

Great Britain, 4; Russia. 1. 
Turkey, 181; Egypt. 138; Austrian ports, 18; Greeoe, 

20; Russia, 7; Bulgaria, 6. 
India, 43; Turkey, 6; Massowah, 8; Aden, 2. 
Turkey, 130 ; Greece, 67 ; Bulgaria, 45 ; Austrian ports, 

43; Italy, 9. 
Italy, 27. 
Austrian ports,9,468 ; India, 2,284 ; Turkey, 945 ; Sgypt, 

248; Ch^206; Bulgaria, US; Italy, 333; Malta. 48; 

Tunis, 13 ; Greece, U : United Staten, 6 ; France, 4. 
Austrian ports. 8,696 ; Italy, 586 ; Greece, 306 ; Turkey, 

215; Egypt, 25. 
Italy, 27; Greece, 21; Russia, 17; United Stotes, U| 

Austrian ports, 3; Turkey, 3. 
Italy, 925; Austrian ports, 820; Turkey, 180; Egypt, 

61; Greece, 45; Bolsaria, 20. 
Austrian ports, 155 ; itsly, 61 ; Turkey, 8 ; Egypt, 8. 

Austrian ports, 1. 

Austrian ports, 81B; Egypt, 65; Turk^, 47 1 Boa* 

mania. 17; India, 10; Itiuy,2. 
Italy, 471; Great Britain, 98; Roumania, 41: Ham- 
burg, 40; Austrian ports, 82; Turkey, 8; united 

States, 1. 
Egypt, 24,861; Italy, 2,209; United Stotes, 450; Aua- 

trian ports, 436; Turkey. 161; Russia, 72. 
Austrian ports, 271; Turkey, 58; Italy, 30; Greece, 

26; India, 10. 
Turkey. 163; Austrian ports, 45; Greeoe,6. 
Eg>i>t, 5,407; Italy, 431; Austrian ports, 823; Turkey, 

38. 
Austrian ports, 293; Egypt, 242: Japan, 209: Turkey, 

195: India, 137; Russia, 102; Greece, 58; Italy, 25; 

United States, 4. 
India, 141; Turkey, 48; Egypt, 94. 
Itah-, 1,085; Turkey, 394; Austrian ports, 388, Greece, 

Austrian ports, 6,662; Great Britain, 3,416; Hamburg, 
3,011: France, 1,863; Belgium, 175; United Stotes, 
100; Italy, 99; Argentine, 12. 

Italy, 12,820. 
- i 




Cvprns, 6,613; Tripolls, 3,274; Rou mania, 2,652; 

Massowah, 1,335; Aden, 905; Montenegro, 834; 

India, 592; Russia, 228; Morocco, 100. 
Greece, 173 ; Austrian ports, 57 ; Bulgaria, 18. 
Austrian ports, 139; Bulgaria, 17; Turkey, 14; Greece, 

10; Egypt, 4; Italy, 4. 
Austrian ports, 631; Italy, 496. 

Italy, 1,967; Turkey, 378; Austrian porta, 61; Great 
' Britain, 15; United Stotes. U. 
Itoly.893; Austrian porto, 520; Tripolls, 889; Greece, 

1116; Turkey, 32. t- -«, , --w^ 

Turkey, 52; Austrian porto, 13 ; Egypt, 12 s Bulgaria, 
7; Italy,6; Russia,3; Malta, 2. ^ 

Turkey, 31; Austrian porto, 24; Greece, 21; Great 
Britain, 11; Ronmania,8; Italy, 3; EKypt,2. 

Austrian porto, 15,569; Italy, 5,845, Turkey, 2,994; 
Egypt, 430 ; Greece, 484; Itsly, 332 ; Persia, 167 : Bul- 
garia, 62 ; Tripolls, 19 ; Tunis. 13 ; China, 20 ; Philip- 
pine, 12 , Spain, 13 ; Brasil, 8 ; United States, 2. 

Itoly, 480 ; Austrian ports, 254 ; Turkey, 112 ; Greece, 
26. 

Turkey, 44 ; Austrian porto, 7 ; Russia, 8 ; Greece, 2. 

^^y' l'?l' ^f'^^ri*? ports, 1,607; Turkey, 288; 
Egypt, 267 ; Roumania, 86. * ♦ » 

Austrian ports, 2,933; Egypt, 60; Turkey, 47; India, 
63 ; Itoly, 21 ; Greece, 8. ^ -^ 

Austrian ports, 11. 
Anatrian ports, 1. 

Auatrian ports, 290; Greece, 98; Turkey, 67; Italy, 47; 
Bulgaria, 9; France, 9. ' * 

riiited Stotes, 320; Great Britoin, 260; Rnasia, Wt 
I 1 ranee, 64 ; Austrian porto, 58 ; Italy, 35. 



EUROPE — ^AUSTBIA-HUNGAET. 



23 



Statemeui thawing the impori$ and exporU at Trieitey etc. — Contmued. 

EXPORTS— Contmoed. 



ArilolM. 



TmpcBtfne quintals 

Tot^y do.. 

mtnoittine do.. 

▼anriiKw do.. 

TdddM number 

VeimiUflii quintals 

Ylnefar do.. 

Vitriol do.. 

Wagona number 

W^diea and docks. . . . .quintals 

WaXtdiTarsL do.. 

W1b6 heetQUters 

Wieks quintala 

Wood: 

Fire cubic meters 

Timbers do... 

Square do.. 

Hoops bundles 

SlSTea number 

StSBiflhions do.. 

Telegraph polea do.. 

Planka do.., 

Oars do... 

BeantUnga do.., 

Beech boarda.....>.a..*>do.«, 

▼sod: 

Boards do.. 

Beech (scantlings) do... 

Baiboad sleepers do... 

Beama • do... 

Xoropean growth .eu. meters. 

Wwnign growth quintala. 

ManufafSorad do... 



Quantity. 



281 

10 
2,684 



l,81i 

48 
91 

8,060 

2,431 

125 
1,821 

682 
60,412 



1,381 

188 
1,060 

8,869 

0,568 

9,990,087 



4,079,103 



Countries wkenoe exported. 



United States, 106; France, 68; Italy, 56; Bussia, 25| 

Turkey, 20 ; Austrian ports, 12. 
Greece, 10. 



Turkey, 1,094; Egypt, 760; BulgariA, 178; Great Brit- 
ain, 187; United St "" ' - - . 

ports, 64. 



>Utes, 139; Greece, 112; Austrian 



Austrian ports, 1,068 ; Turkey, 853 ; Italy, 125 ; Greece, 

106; In£a,91; Egypt, 49; Itu8sia.27. 
Austrian port8,20 ; Turkey, 14 ;Greece,5 ;India,2 ;Italy,2. 



Turkey, 47; France, 28; Russia, 6; United States, 4; 

Italy, 4; Austrian TK^ts, 2. 
Austrian ports, 2,972; Turkey, 76; Egypt, 27; Bulga- 
ria, 3; Greece, 2. 
Austrian ports, 1,197: Turkey. 824; Greece, 895; Boup 

mania, 0; Italy, 6; Montenesro, 8. 
Austrian porta, 98; Turkey, 15; Egypt, 7; Greece, 5. 
Turkey, 640; Italy, 278 

50; Greece, 

India, 10. 
Italy, 200; Turk^, 189; Greece, 82; Austrian porta, 58i 

India, 41; Malta, 12. 
France, 27,397; Austrian porta, 10,789; Italy, 2,874| 

~ ~ India, 1,412; BrariL 

273; Gre^ 
ritain, 250: China, 219; Russia, 73; Tunia,72. 
Turkey. 481; Egynt.^; Austrian ports, 253; Greece, 



Da,V8; Turkey, 15; i£gypt,7; (j^reece,5. 
Italy, 278; Egypt ^1; Austrian ports, 
49; Bulgaria, 43; Russia, 26; Malta, 28| 

irkey, 189; Greece, 82; Austrii 

[alta,12. 
ranee, z'/.sif/ ; Austrian porta, 10,789; ] 
Hamburg, 2,878; £g3i>t, 2,291; India, l,i 
1,840; Tufkey, 1,049; United States, 
Britain, 250; China, 219; Russia, 73; Tui 



145 i 



Italy, 44. 



275,062 

8,772 
1,601,848 

146,704 

5,068,849 

2,921,286 



27,606 
404,231 

7,882 



162 
17,817 



Italy, 114; Malta, 18; Austrian ports, 6. 

Italy, 616; Egypt, 508; Greece, 812; Auslxlan porta, 
107; Spain. 85; Turkey, 32. 

Italy, 2,310; Turkey, 554; Egypt, 480; Austrian ports, 
342; Greece, 128; Algiers, 106. 

Italy, 5.156; Tunis, 2,0^; Turkey, 766; Austrian ports, 
667; Malta, 600; Greece. 340. 

Italy, 4,801,432; Greece, 2,174,510; France, 2,047, 170 1 
Algiers, 287,920: Portugal, 246,800; Great Britain, 
233,740; Austrian ports, 85,005; Turkey, 57,960; 
Malta. 35.000; Tunis, 9,700; India, 6,000; Spain, 
4,300; Uruguay, 500. 

Italy. 2,090,210; Egypt, 1,223,692; Greece, 278,755{ 
Turkey. 252.890; Austrian ports, 133,746; Malta, 
40,470: Tunis, 24,000; Cyprus, 17,510; Aden, 7,890; 
Tripoli, 4,560; Montenegro, 8,550; Massowab, 1,830, 

Austrisn porU, 16,748; Italy, 4,681; Tunis, 1,233; 
Greece, 150; Egypt, 124. 

Italy. 165,633 ; Greece, 45,833 ; Egypt. 23,254 1 Austrian 
ports, 21,595; Turkey, 5,024 ; Malta, 4,476; France, 
3,568; Tunis, 8,525; Cyprus, 1,853; Algiers, 880; 
Aden, 411. 

Italy. 4,411; Spain. 2,260; Greece, 1,482; Roumania, 
230; Austrian ports, 140; Montenegro, 115; Egypt^ 
184. 

Iti^, 626,907 ; Greece, 393,585 ; Turkey, 192,110; Malta, 
1^,700; Egypt, 70,360; Austrian ports, 49,696; Cy- 
prus, 17, 470; Tunis, 16,200; Montenegro, 1,890; Al- 
giers, 12.610; France, 88,460; Aden, 8,300. 

Eg>i>t54,828; Italy, 32,650; Greece, 31.436; Spain, 
10.560; Tunis, 8,fll5; Turkey, 3,458; Malta, 3,280; 
Algiers, 2,540; Austrian porta, 238. 

Italy, 8,646,874; Greece, 716,947 ; Turkey, 206,860 ; Aus- 
trian ports, 191,883: Egypt, 75,240 ; Algiers. 75.175; 
France, 72,240 ; Malta, 6|ll0 ; Tunis, 85,800 ; Cyprus, 
23,300; Aden, 15,980; India, 18,560; Montenegro, 
2,370; Persia, 1,070. 

Italy, 2,658.710; Turkey, 186,870; Greece, 48,920; Aus- 
trian ports, 13,906; Malta, 7,450; France, 8,880 ; Cy* 
pruB, 2,000. 

Austrian ports, 18,186; Egypt, 11,498; Greece, ?,080. 

Italy, 426,360; Austrian ports, 27,387; Egypt, 19,630; 
Turkey, 11,621 ; Greece, 8,343 ; Aden, 1,^. 

Italy, 2,917; France. 1,212; Egypt, 1,145; Austrian 
ports, 924; Great Britain, 69!^ Greece, 241; Cyprua, 
195; Spain, 157; Belgium, 262; TurkeyJ44. 

Great Britain, 100: Austrian ports, 27; Hambure,25. 

Turkey, 4,517 ; Egypt, 4,056 ; India, 2,488 ; Italy, 1,789 ; 
Grwie, 1,276; Austrian ports, 1,498; Braasjl, 1,291; 
Tunis, 4i0; Russia. 195; Malta, 192; Spain, 122; 
United States, 38. 



24 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONa 



Siatemmii $kowmg ike imparU tmd exports at Trieeie, tfio.— Co&tiaaedt 

EXPOBTS— Contbraad. 



Artiolet. 



Wood— Contixined. 

Empty CMka nnmbw 

Empty CAMS for oxmnge* .do. . 

Parqneti qnintidfl 

Fumlturet, divsfs ...... .do. • 

Dye do.. 

Wool.diTen do.. 

YMioni maonfaotoreot 

Fine art do.. 

Sho^maken' gloves, etc .do. . 

Bope do.. 

BMketo do-. 

Tnmera do . . . 

Brushes do. . 

Engraved do.. 

Yams: 

Cotton do.. 

Wool do.., 

Flax do.. 

Divers do.., 

Zlne do.. 



Quantity. 



106,798 

2i4»806 

S.810 

»,ie8 

8,804 
42,807 



64 

8,964 

8,883 

1,466 

256 
898 

284 

14,021 

784 
094 

10,979 

1,829 



Coontries whenoe eiported. 



Austrian norts, 80,007; Italy. 20,678 1 Tnxle^y, 11,160 1 

Greece, 13,808: Cypms, 2,084. 
Italy, 224,606; MiOta, 11,^; Tnnls, 8,040t Tnxk«y, 

2,440; Tripoli, 1,200; Greece, L180 
Great Britain, 8,670; Turkey, 622; Anatrian porta, 422; 

Greece, 243 ; Egypt, 170 ; Italy, 88. 
Turkey, 7,644; Egypt 6,706: Anatrian porti, 8,448; 

Italy. 1,685 ; Fnnce, 881; Braiil,672{ BnlgarlA, 434; 

Greece. 518; Tunis, 402; Malta. 812; United States. 

213; India, 172; Great Britain, 24. 
Italy. 2.B63; Turkey, 2,46U; Greece, 1,086: Anatrian 

S)ru,713; Hamburg, 652; Egypt, 660; Gypnia.170: 
oumania,163; United States, 137; Belgium, 60. 
Turkey. 25,5:12; Italy, 7,414; Egypt, 4,6M{ Austrian 

e>rta, 1,389; Greece, 1,193; a^is,663; Aden, 379; 
ulgaria.457; Roumania, 260; Great Britain, 106; 
Tripoli, 143; Cyprus, 86; Malta, 46; Fmoe, 85; 
United States, 29. 

Turkey, 18; Austrian porta, 16; Italy, 5; Greece, S; 



Russia, 7 ; United Statea, 2 ; Egypt, 2. 

1: Einrpt,l,142; Indla,861; 
320 ; Hussia, wi ; Greece, 79 : Tunis, 39 ; Italy, !S2. 



Turkey, 780: 



1,148; India, 851; Auatrian porta. 



Turkey, 2,d79; Egypt, 1,588; Greece, 2,177; Austrian 

Kris, 858; Boumania, 567 ; t)yprus, 158 ; Bnlgariai 
»; Russia. 150; Morocco, 80; Italy, 46. 
Turkey, 661; Egypt, 408; Austrian ports, 181 ; Greece, 

100 ; Malta, 92; Italy, 17 ; United States, 11. 
Turkey, 220; Greece, 88; Austrian ports, 3. 
Tiirkev. 376; Greece, 118; United States, 163; Egypt, 

95 ; Austrian ports. 81 : Italy, 38 ; Russia^ 27. 
Turkey, 90; Greece, 60; Egypt, 40; Italy, 86; Austrian 
ports, 16 ; United States, 3. 

Turkey, 10,705; Austrian porta, 2,262; Greece, 615; 

Roumania, 406; Bulgaria, 252 ; Tripolis, 281; Tnnia, 

203; Egypt, 178; Italy, 29. 
Turkey, 476; Egypt, 143; Austrian porta, 84; Greece, 

52; Bulgaria,l». 
Italy, 823; Turkey, 42; Egypt, 42; Greece, 82; Ana- 

tnan porta, 31 ; Russia. 24. 
Austrian ports, 4,860; India, 4,156; Turkey, 905; Aden, 

505; Greece, 158; Philippine, 107; Italy, 08; Egypt, 

66; BalgaTia,34. 
Austrian porta, 826; Italy, 467; Turkey, 164; Gr«at 

Britain, 139; Hamburg, 100; Greece, 70; Bn8aia,48; 

Cyprna, 20. 



Statement ehoteing the importe andeacporie at Fiumtf far the year ending December 31, 1899, 

IMPOBT& 



Articles. 



Alumin earth quintals. 

Asphaltura do... 

Bncks and tiles number. 

Brimstone quintals. 

Cement do... 

Coals, fossil do. . . 



Coffee 



.do. 



Fish, smoked do... 

Fruita: 

Lemons and oranges . . . .do. . . 

Fresh do... 

Grain: 

Barley do... 

Data do... 




9,851 



6,185 
12,469,000 

4,203 

32,480 

562,304 

19,875 

8,958 

10.274 
8,908 

193, 423 
8,233 



Countries whenoe imported. 



Austria-Hungary, 232; United Statea, 400; Gre«t Brtl- 

ain, 9,219. 
Italy, 5,985; Turkey, 200. 

^^y. ^.002,000; Austrian porta, 417,000; Gnat Brit- 
Italy', 3,988; Austrian porta, 216. 
Greece, 29,880; Italy, 2,600. 
GreatBritain, 261,140; Austrian porta. 280,154; Italy. 

^uiulS^SUiV'"' ^~"' ''^'^ "-^ >•«•» 

Norway, 3,958. 

Italy, 10,274. 

Austrian porta. 2,669; Italy, 6,240. 

Austrian port«, 193,423. 
Austrian porta, 2,183; Turkey, 60. 



EUBOPE — 1.U8TRIA-HUNOART. 



25 



§k4nvimg ike imporU and txpcrU at Finmef «<••— GontijMied. 
QiPOBTS-Contiiraad. 



quintals 

Hatr. TBcelable do.. 

Itob do. . 

Lwtlter, raw, and akina do. . 

ilanib..-..- ......do. . 

do.. 

Vvt^l do.. 

Olla?^ 

Pkdm do.. 

Flab do.. 

OUto do.. 

Sesame do.. 

Cotton-eeed do.. 

Linseed do.. 

OOiLinineral: 

Baw petrolenm do. . 

Beflned petroleum do. . 

Flaats, part of do.. 

do.. 

Manoftctnied do.. 

do.. 

Caostto do.. 

Snicar do.. 

Soniae do.. 

Tobaeoo do.. 

Wins hectolitera 

ns: 

Jate,raw quintals 

Cotton do.. 

Hemp do.. 



Quantity. 



932,177 

45,960 

2,608 

80,826 

7,407 

88,880 
8.664 

872 

70 

7,072 

88 

2.207 

1,038 

836,910 

18,704 

4,066 

18,007 

860,166 
7,986 

2,844 
5.190 

196,988 
1,702 
2,410 

28,888 



Oonntiiea whenoe imported. 



67,126 

14,061 

2,005 



Anstrian porta, 229,788; Italj, 2,444. 
AnstriaD ports, 39,169; Russia, 6,800. 
Algiers, 2,356; Anstriftn ports, 962. 
Spain, 9,000; Great Britabi, 27,826. 

Italj, 4,270; Anstrian ports, 2,984; Qreat Britidn, Ui| 

Braiil, 80. 
Anstrian ports, 7,880; Franoe, 500. 
Anstrian porta, 570; Tnrkey, 8,068. 

Hot giren. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Bnssia, 507,889 ; United States, 56,021. 

Anstrian ports. 9,840; Bnssia, 3,575; Italj,84l9. 

Italv, 4,196; Austrian ports, 769. 

United States, 16,170; France, 2,660; Anstrisn ports, 

287. 
Asia, 360.166. 
Anstrian ports, 8,099 ; Itsl j, 3,986. 

Great Britain, 2,021 ; Italy, 104; Anstrian porta, 169. 

Great Britain, 4, 642 ; Austrian ports, 648. 

Austrian ports, 190,938. 

Not given. 

Italy, 2,366; Austrian ports, 44 

Turkey, 16,190; United States, 7,402 ; Austrian porta, 

6,296. 
Austrian ports, 342,299; Italy, 291.702; Turkey, 4,279. 

Not given. 
Do. 
Do. 



EXPOBTS. 



Arttdea. 



▲kobol hectoliten. 



.qnintala. 



heotolitsn. 

Brisks snd tflea number. 

CeUnlofd quintals. 



Cosls, woods ... 
Coffee .......... 

Comestibles.... 



>..do. 
...do. 
...do. 



Wheat 



Maine 
Biee.. 
VMts: 



.do. 



..do., 
.do. . 



Dried. 



.do., 
.do., 



.do. 



Oats.. 
Bye... 

ITaixe. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Quantity 



Oountries whence exported. 



22,184 
216.235 



4.846 

606.000 

21,974 

10,917 
2,718 
9,736 ' 



680,741 



16,744 
105 

406 
06,820 



191,691 



7,661 

628 

252,816 



Turkey, 17,245; Austrian porta, 1,928: Egypt, 1,031 1 

BouroHnia, 721; Franoe, 017; Great ffltain, 810; 

Algiers, 287. 
United States, 09,746; France, 42,718; Holland, 24,437; 

Italy. 22,288; Great Britian, 22,029: Belgium, 10,014; 

Spain, 14,870; Austrian porta. 2,26ft; Algiers, 265. 
Austrian ports, 2,868; Italy, 1,460; France, 15 ; Asia, 9. 
Not given. 
Groat Britain, 10,410; Italy, 6,824; United Stotea, 8,848; 

Spain, 1,735; France, 560; Austrian porta, 292. 
Not given. 

Do. 
Austrian norts, 3,612: Turkey, 72; Great Britain, 19; 

Egypt, 12; Boumanla, 91; Montenegro, 5; Greece, 5. 

Great Britain, 417,162, France. 102,796; Austrian ports, 
95,722; Brasil, 60.150; Holland, 703; Turkey, 683; 
Greece, 569; Asia, 388; Belgium, 308; Italy, 9,187; 
Spain, 137; Egypt, 52. 

Austrian porta, 16,744. 

Not given. 

Do. 
United Stetes, 47,856; Belgium, 2,216; Hollsnd, 2,<»(; 
Itsly, 1,338; France, 986; Great Britian, 786 ; BrasU, 
86; Austrian ports, 29. 

Holland, 89,088; GreatBritian, 54,861; Bdyslum, 27,019; 

Austrian ports, 10,938; Italy, 7,019; France, 2,788; 

Greece, 202; Spain, 100; BrasU, 23; Turkey, 76. 
Austrian ports, 7,560; Italy, 101. 

Not given. ^ ^ x -n-^x i 

Austrian ports, 202,248; Italy, 48.682; Great Britain, 

1,087; Groeoe,994. 



26 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement akawing the importe and exports at ^ttme— Continued. 

BXPOBTS— Contiimed. 



Axtidles. 



Grain— Cantinned : 

Diyen qnintAls. 

Wheat do... 

Leather, raw, and ikins do. . . 

Maohiaery, parts of do... 

Hanganeee do... 

Mineral water hectoliters . 

Oil, mineral do... 

Paper, divers quintals. 

Plants, parts of. do... 

Pollard: 

Wheat do... 

Sice do... 

Potatoes do... 

Bioe do... 

Seeds (divers) do... 

8oip do... 

jStarch do... 

Sugar do... 

Snmao do... 

Talc do... 

Tanning extracts do... 

Tohacoo do... 

Wine hectoliters. 

Wood: 

Fire cabic meters. 

Oak tfanhers do. . . 

Square oak timbers do... 

Oak hoards do... 

Oak staves number. 

Parquets do. . . 

BaUroadheams do... 

Beech planks do... 

Beech ooards do . . . 

Beech scantling do... 

Beech stanchions do. . . 

Beech staves do. . . 

Beech oars do... 

Beech timbers . .cubic meters. 

Timbers do... 

Planks number. 

Boards do... 

Scantling do... 

Stanchions do... 

Staves do... 

Divers do... 

Do cubic meters. 



Quantity. 



28,525 
52,803 

6,206 
5,707 



26,828 
36,946 



15,908 
18,168 



1,352 

14,614 

20,860 

4,667 

38,896 

5.003 

2,357 

10,067 



172,834 



1,519 
2,800 

84,893 



6,895 
19, 140 



2,745 

12,927 

4,962 

17,409 

33,198,700 

530,900 

126,800 

14,700 

196,300 

4,873,700 

193,900 

2,232,000 

28,800 

156 

20,804 

22,400 

1,037,800 

239,200 

466,000 

455,000 

2,346 

1,444 



Countries whence exported. 



Holland, 28,525. 

Austrian ports, 47,424; Italy, 3,689; Hollaiid, 1,210; 

Spain, 400: Algiers, 200; Turkey, 80. 
Not given. 
Italy, 4,833; Great Britain, 540; Austrian porta, 227; 

Turkey, 70 ; United States, 24 ; Algiers, 8 ; Brazil, 5 ; 

Germany, 3; Greece, 2. 
Great Britain, 54,125; Belgium, 2,600; Austrian port8,8. 
United States, 16,907; Great Britain, 16,639; Italy, 

1,910; France, 1,509; Austrian porta, 763; Turkey, 

126; Bgypt,102. 
Austrian ports, 15,908. 
Great Britain, 3,097; Turkey, 2,126; Greece, 1,666; 

Spain, 1,426: Austrian ports, 1,406; Egypt, 1,195; 

Brasil, 847; Belgium, 636: Roumania, 321: France, 

257; Germany, 137; Holland, 75; Italy, 48; Japan, 

14; China, 10; Australia, 7. 
Kot given. 

Austrian porta, 11.827; France, 2,987; Great Britatn, 

260. 
France, 17,284; Austrian ports, 8,076. 
Austrian ports, 4,667. 
Austrian ports, 87,735; Turkey, 1,076; Greeca^ 65; 

Roumania, 20. 
Holland, 6,008. 
Not given. 
Great Britain, 6,084; France, 1,750; Greece, 774; Italy, 

725; BrasiL 309; Austrian ports, 154; Turkey, 70; 

Holland, 60; Egypt, 56; United States. 47; Spain, 

28; Belgium, 10. 
Italy, 10^29: Great Britain, 27,683; United States, 

15,315 ; Turkey, 14,778 ; Austrian porta, 6,829; Africa, 

670; Boumania, 99; Greece, 21. 
France, 901; Great Britain, 691; Austrian ports, 37. 
Great Britain, 2,880; Austrian ports, 800; Germany, 

120. 
Great Britain, 66,370 ; Belgium, 11^ ; Germany, 2,773 ; 

France, 2,032; Busaia, 1,043; Holland, 821; Italy, 

219; Austrian ports, 85; Spain, 67; United States, 6. 
Not given. 
France, 9,961: Austrian ports, 6,994; United States, 

1,261; Brazil, 671; Great BriUln, 697: Italy, 428; 

Bgypt, 45; Turkey, 41; Germany, 23; Holland, 6. 

Not given. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



EUEOPE AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 



27 



I 9kowit^ ike imp&rU at Trieste from the United Siatee dwring ike >Mbr ending 

December SI, 1892, 



Arddle*. 



fieef. prepaared ton*. 

Chalk do-. 

Coffee do.. 

Copper do.. 

Cottcm do.. 

Dnini do.. 

Eartti, minerml, divers do.. 

Grmiea, divers do.. 

Iron. niAnafactured, divers do.. 

Ltra do.. 

LMther: 

Raw.divera do.. 

Jlannfactured do.. 

LIqnora do.. 

Msehinery. and parU of. do.. 

UateriaL, chemicaL divers do. . 

llotsls, divers do.. 

(Kb: 

Cotton-seed .«••>■••••«••••••. do.. 

Labricating do.. 

Mineral (petroleam) do.. 

Turpentine do.. 



Quantity. 



66 

21 

107 

41 

2,481 

126 

61 

74 

1 

4 



67 
88 

\ 
11 

13 

2 



\ 



8^822 



Articles. 



Paper pulp Urns 

FtfaiBn and ceresin do. 

Plants: 

Living, and parts of do. 

Dried, prepared do. 

Besin do. 

Seeds, divers do. 

Sponges do. 

Suear.dlvers do. 

Tallow do. 

Tin do. 

Varnishes do. 

Yehlcles number 

Wood: 

Staves do. 

Oars do. 

Hanulkctured tons 

Furniture, divers do. 

Foreign growth. ............ .do. 

Total: 

Tons 

Numbers 



Quantity. 



61 
104 

1 

4 

8,879 

16 

8 

20 

61 

2 

1 

1 

11,020 

80 

6 

1 

1,888 



20.878 
11,701 



TMal raliM, «1, 780, 589.0a 

AolMMnt ekowingike value of dedared experU from the eoneular dieiriei of DHeete and 
I%mme to the united Statee during the four quariere of the year ending December 
SI, 1892. 



Artioli 



Antii 

Bssns 

Beetroot sugar. 
Cedars 



CofliM 

Cnttlebones 

Drugs and chemicala 

Fruit, dried 

Fomitore, antique 

Gum ..................>••• 

H«np 

Herbik, leaves and roots . . . 
Insect flowers and powder 

InMi. oxide 

Leather and skins 

Mineral water 

Ifaocaroni 

Mofeher-of-pearl shell 

Oils 

Polishing earth 

Seeds 

Sponges 

Slorax liquid 



Tsrtar,raw , 

White lead 

Wines and liquors . . . 
Wood, manufactured. 

Wood pulp 

Zinodust 



Total, United States gold 
Total for preceding year . 



Inereaae 
Decrease 



Quarters ending- 



March. 



June. 



$4, 270. 11 



T 



$1, 

1, 

480, 



646.09 
636.M 
027.88 



81,292.40 



6. 
20. 



200.06 
510.00 
846.72 
862.25 



1, 



272.07 
643.72 
994.51 
407.71 
041.41 
887.07 



1. 
2. 
2. 



888.75 
707.73 
180.06 
882.19 



8,182.77 



92.07 



166.412.04 



2. 712. 00 
1,340.04 
9, 22L 12 



10,882.08 



0,416.16 
16,133.82 



88,769.26 
800.03 



2,600.58 
1,096.86 
1,221.28 

167.63 
4,058.03 

140.41 
6,052.76 



2,063.33 

1. 773. 73 

274.44 

3, 135. 50 



360.82 



112,053.06 



September. 



$806.03 

28,648.41 

96,224.64 

1,714.22 



6.667.24 

2,664.07 

92,077.11 



0,948.68 



14,607.88 
10,404.56 



18,844.38 



6, 469. 38 
2,307.71 

970. 51 
1.607.06 
2,754.30 

156.59 
1.000.52 
2,259.86 
4,101.36 

882.05 



3,783.38 



222,60L66 I 188,761.16 



67,249.82 



29,702.21 



89,088.72 



December. 



036,89L68 



258.06 

1,345.66 

1,836.10 

2, 411. 12 

279,334.44 

572.09 

20,974.49 

1,874.68 

16, 603. 12 

26,830.10 

834.44 

26.400.97 



8,481.76 
6,864.36 
1,436.88 
070.20 
1,837.53 
8,627.80 



1,266.07 

4,472.08 

900.82 

884.98 



2, 088. 16 

934.49 

L 626. 84 



800,609.28 a7,298.78 



2U,620.66 



876,826.82 



Total. 



0805.08 

64,310.20 

98, 224. 64 

1,714.22 

258.05 

1,845.66 

11,861.33 

7,941.67 

428,660.00 

672.09 

76,007.66 

1,874.58 

41.023.16 

71,884.58 

1, 180. 16 

110,866.86 

866.03 

4,754.42 

17, 487. 08 

6. 835. 05 

8, 569. 70 

8,834.53 

11,077.20 

297.00 

9,796.09 

9,439.12 

8,735.56 

8,882.95 

274.44 

12,089.81 

934.40 

2,079.88 



1,016,374.00 
827,187.86 



70,072.41 



188,286.14 



28 



COBfMERCIAL BELATIONS. 






Qf lium^ Witt 00 ITiilM Ante 



ArttolM. 



Ahimln earth ....... 

BC»TH 

CeUalold 

Coffee 

Fnmitnre 

Maohinery, parts of . 

Hioeral water 

Petroleain, raw 

Pnmea, dried 

Beain 

Sugar 

Starch 

Tanning extract 

Tobaooo leaves 

Wine.- 



....tone. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do. . 

.gaUona. 



Total: 

Tone ... 
Oallona 



Importa. 



4D 



43 



6,608 



740 



7,941 



Ci?« 



8 



4.781 






88,811 



15,405| 
88,818 



Total Talne, importa, $907,273 1 exports, $1,879,400. 



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84 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of wporti declared from Auetria- Hungary to the United 8taie$ for the year eudeA 

June SO, 189S, 



Artioles. 



BUDAPISTB. 



ArffoU 

Basketa and basket ware. 

BeanA and lentila 

Books and papen 

Brashes and bristles 

Drags and cbemicalB 

Cow hair 

Fruits, dried 

flowers 

Fomitore 

Fnrs 

Glassware 

Glne 

Harness 

Herbs, roots, and leaves . . 
Linen eoods and leather. . 

Meerscnaum pipes 

Millet 

Marmolade and pnmes . . . 

Hinen^s 

Mineral water 

Mnsical instnunents 

Oil of Jnniper berries 

Oils and paints 

Pictares 

Flam Jam 

Porcemin and pottery . . . . 

Preserved oherries 

Seeds 

Shoemakers' paste 

Skins 

Smokers' articles 

Umbrella fixtares 

Wines and liquors 

Wood palp 

Wool 

Miscellaneoas 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Inorease 



pmiLOua. 



Artifloial flowers 

Baskets and basket ware — 

Beans and lentils 

Bed feathers 

Beer 

Beet-root sugar 

Black lead 

Books 

Bronse powder 

Buttons 

Carlsbad Sprudel salt 

Clay 

Cloth and woolen goods 

Cotton goods 

Cutlery 

Drugs and chemicals 

Embroideries and laces 

Fancy goods 

Fig coffee 

French chalk 

Fruits, dried 

Furniture 

Glassware 

Gloves 

Gum 

Hair: 

Animal 

Human 

Hops 

Jewelry and precious stones 
Leather and skins 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1802. 



$20,632.02 
755.93 
633.72 



48,133.06 
" 2,' 234." 60 



6,893.42 
4,382.96 



1,459.82 



87.853.82 
""255.07 



6,726.44 
'2,'390.'6i 



4,918.82 
12,515.68 
13,900.43 



1,000.07 



170,685.96 
59,369.66 



111,816.81 



1. 



815.04 

1,268.36 

10,299.20 

86, 204. 19 

25,459.38 

523,738.42 

4,837.48 

3,07&10 



12, 188. 63 
6,730.68 

469.28 
4,888.47 
4, 2U. 30 

453.61 
8,805.11 
8,758.43 



437.89 



15,404.63 

2,297.91 

65, 184. 17 

69,635.88 



1,279.26 
6. 658. 61 



6, 777. 26 
4,815.61 



Dec 31, 1892. 



$6,277.41 

222.49 

135, 279. 69 

1, 105. 59 

2,821.56 

17,861.97 



71,457.21 
""638.'i5 



5,096.00 

5,U3.97 

520.36 

8, 187. 23 



422.24 



22,461.62 



26L26 
181.24 
170.52 



8,404.26 



221.07 

60L08 

1,149.46 



3,721.48 

65,362.48 

8, 590. 66 



846,133.95 
53,390.55 



292,748.40 



6,988.97 

1,699.47 

96,481.84 

72,947.64 

28,689.64 

296,198.35 

4,343.25 

996.31 



25,239.28 

20, 123. 05 

680.52 

5,552.55 

1, 012. 46 



24, 632. 54 
6,382.94 



28, 491. 20 



32. 717. 64 
37,595.06 



1,728.04 

7,834.62 

28,474.38 



Mar. 81, 1808. 



$4,092.76 

444.97 

829,472.64 

1,835.53 



17,401.82 



84,634.33 

134.38 

301. 19 

915.38 

4,602.62 

4,150.32 



8,009.29 



618.29 
1,588.09 



20,033.54 
"£,'201*92' 



2,710.68 

158.23 

270.40 

434.80 

8,230.78 

81.20 

6, 706. 80 

16,298.96 

13, 158. 72 

2,080.04 



524,262.83 
130,^64. 20 



893,698.18 



3,872.83 



115,560.43 

84,695.80 

20, 886. 40 

155,226.06 

4,899.26 

3,737.52 

570.02 

28. 442. 88 

28, 821. 23 



June 80, 1898. 



8,360.01 
720.24 



$307.88 

22,487.60 

2,663.08 



8,667.79 

309.62 

16,905.48 



3,678.91 

"4,'945."i7 
2.810.63 



914.38 
398.49 
101.60 



109.21 

26,090.40 

45.43 

462.84 



1,294.07 
2,203.09 



617.67 



2,861.22 
10,368.53 
22,370.60 



129,895.80 
80,229.92 



49,064.88 



419.85 

9,803.19 

45,860.73 

26, 751. 04 

827,554.53 

8, 79a 62 

5,868.94 



28,152.15 
1,831.36 
1,665.41 
1,657.70 

11,897.30 



12,854.48 I 
7,978.50 I 
1,460.44 i 
442.16 



6, 131. 13 
8,591.93 



1,664.60 

980.55 

27, 648. 35 

65, 140. 89 

8,533.16 



361.51 
1,721.63 



9,961.46 

30,832.46 

8,835.75 

2,894.77 



66, 946. 82 

89, 149. 62 

8,061.17 



11,733.03 

3,255.27 

4,900.24 

211.12 



Value. 



$10,870.17 

1,066.34 

613,871.86 

6,860.18 

8,455.28 

43,021.U8 

800.62 

221,130.08 

134.38 

6,762.85 

915.38 

20,437.41 

16,467.87 

626.86 

8,670.28 

898.40 

101.60 

086.68 

1,688.09 

109.21 

106,439.38 

46.43 

2,18LQ9 

18L24 

170.53 

1,69107 

16,046.37 

156.28 

8,882.06 

1,036.88 

0,997.81 

8L20 

17,206.32 

94^545.60 

68,020.81 

3,980.04 

1.000.07 



1,170, 076. M 
878,664.83 



847,423.33 



It 

3, 

332, 

289, 

101, 

2,304, 

17. 

13. 

04. 
57, 

3, 

20, 
17, 

52, 
26, 

1. 

1, 

1, 
46, 

3. 

182, 

211, 

11. 



176.84 
887.18 
134.68 
208.36 
786.41 
717.96 
878.61 
181.87 
570.03 
022.89 
507.22 
815.21 
458.73 
841.80 
453.61 
423.36 
711.80 
460.44 
241.56 
72L63 
660.43 
278.46 
306.48 
521.36 
584.33 



3,008.20 
36,187.72 
62. .'^2. 06 
20, 513. 25 

7,921.60 



KUBOPE — AU8TBIA-HUN0ART. 



35 



Vike 0feaBpari8 deolnredfrom AusiHa-Hungary to the United States, etc, — Contmned. 



AxtielM. 



PBAGUS — contlnaed. 



limBBCoods..... ...... 

LopnliniEni. ........... 

Mcul cspanlM 

Metal ware 

Miaenl water 

MiiTorelafls 

MndcaTinatrnmento. ■ 

(Kl paintinga 

Piipergooai 

Ftaidli} 

PoTMlain teoA pottery. 

IHvtuh 

Skeletons 

teokere' aztiolee 

T«Y» 

Tehrete 

Vinee and liquors 

Wooden ffoods 

Wood palp 

Wool 

Wool 



Quarter ending- 



Sept. 80, 1883. 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



AHD HAIDA. 



Artificial flowers. 
Bonnet ftames. .. . 
Bronse ware . . . • . ■ 
BBttons: 

Glaoa 

Horn......... 

iTory 

Meua 

Peari 

Waab 

ftosbes 

Oolora 

Oaanloid goods... 

Cotton goods 

CnUvy 

Fans 

PnmitaTO ...... .. 



Gold and silrer ware. 

Homan hair 

Jeweiiy (imitation) . . 

linen goods 

Xetslware 

Mosf cal instnxments . 

Oil paintings 

Pqpier goods 

Tkste goods 

Fictarefjrames 



Poroelafn and pottery 
Precioas stones 

«I« 

foarterre 

XooOipioks 

Toys 

TotTeten 



$24,6(».40 



2,883.98 

8U5.91 

7,041.46 

1,537.04 

9,901.60 

2,345.15 

15,239.94 

1,166.80 

202,284.44 

13,858.98 

466.04 

907.26 

8,641.73 

1,202.34 

404.74 

662.76 

83,583.26 

37, 982. 19 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$64,281.79 

880.82 

2,425.20 



1,856.24 



2,236,117.01 
1,425,124.56 



810,992.45 



1, 
1, 



666. 
122. 



10 
06 



18. 

1. 



333. 
539. 
236. 
653. 
540. 



02 
23 
91 
58 
41 



278. 
117. 



39 



1, 
2, 



880. 
560. 



48 
88 



207, 



175. 
455. 



26 

51 



88, 
1, 



615. 
201. 
622. 



29 
84 
34 
61 



185. 
929. 



06 
80 



Woolsa goods. 
MisesDaneons. 



Total -- 

Total for preceding year. 



44, 

1, 

1. 

4, 
4, 



097.08 
614.83 
148.05 
018.26 
128.36 
705.10 
669.86 
223.66 
799.53 
707.10 



505,362.93 
306,024.31 



199,838.62 



17,148.83 
12,463.91 
10,892.89 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



153,844.13 
2, 170. 48 
3, 563. 70 
1,654.31 



\rnne80,1893. 



Yalne. 



16, 267. 12 

423.15 

136, 373. 90 

9,764.32 



1,514.40 



781. 12 

1,253.55 

31.620.51 

69,341.22 



413.93 



1,006,658.11 
1,997,801.09 



901, 142. 98 



1,771.10 



28, 152. 78 
545.93 

16,342.54 
4,935.77 
1,644.29 



241.73 
126.90 



4,096.63 
1,596.24 



127,46L67 



90,917.99 

76,889.73 

2,785.85 

239.00 

250.50 



498.52 
993.93 



27,174.82 
926.84 



679.19 
'568.18 



73.64 
8,915.09 
4,852.35 



307, 660. 39 
249, 890. 50 



16,098.17 
9,305.82 



14,257.06 



98,243.02 
6,675.14 



402.78 

365.41 

401.92 

1, 062. 17 



16,081.66 

49,855.20 

1,209.83 

1,168.04 



910,762.09 
401^ 653. 81 



509,108.28 



1,779.13 



6,542.80 
'M,899.'8i' 

"i,"i59.*78' 



1,772.44 

4,047.41 

1,518.92 

217.21 

189,900.50 



809.82 

185,107.52 

106,674.50 

6,412.01 

184.73 

813.63 

339.16 

462.14 

1,606.80 



80,281.75 
632.27 



2,407.14 



775.84 

920.40 

2,048.73 



1,885.12 



152,818.55 

635.08 

3,271.24 

316.37 

809.27 

15, 297. 05 

10,630.79 



9,421.66 

1, 276. 70 

147, 258. 64 

7,541.21 

652.04 

399.10 

9, 362. 76 

7,300.89 

804.60 



34, 415. 04 
36, 641. 86 



261.51 



934, 746. 64 
552,990.57 



381,75&07 



174.84 
522.75 
404.88 

12,990.79 



19,100.72 

i, 913. 25 

1, 712. 24 

1,916.92 

175.03 

180,87 

5,098.52 

732.88 

8,566.85 

99.11 



197,721.62 



41, 844. 67 

106,715.82 

1,400.14 

548.11 



12.42 

152. 47 

1,898.48 

119. 10 

42,068.63 

964.55 

346.04 

2,009.48 



1,830.53 
4,217.86 
2,703.63 
1,402.28 
2, 194. 18 



482,188.65 
804, 517. 15 



146,789.89 177,671.50 



461,751.61 
302, 616. 18 



$185,512.87 
3, 706. 38 

12,244.12 
2,776.59 

24, 999. 56 

45, 396. 17 

40,731.00 
2, 345. 15 

55,185.78 

2,666.66 

584, 160. 00 

87, 339. 65 
1, 108. 08 
1, 709. 23 

15,474.30 
8,905.15 
2,552.68 
1,906.31 
115, 703. 47 
193,520.47 
1,209.63 
3,699.72 



5,178,285.85 
4,377,570.03 



800,715.82 



5,380.17 

1,644.80 

404.88 

62,019.89 

1,065.16 

89, 679. 48 

11, 502. 60 

5,066.72 

1, 916. 92 

695.14 

424.16 

6,098.52 

4,365.80 

14,27L78 

8,209.27 

217. 21 

672,259.05 

455.51 

809.83 

362,495.47 

390,481.88 

12,220.84 

1,260.54 

564.22 

851.58 

1,246.19 

6,428.51 

119.10 

148,622.28 

8,038.49 

496.09 

6,114.07 

128.86 

4,879.66 

5,708.81 

9,044.66 

10,U6.90 

9,688.70 



150,135.48 



1,846,988.58 
1,168,048.14 



683,995.44 



86 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of exports declared from Awiria- Hungary to the United States, etc — Cod tinned. 



Artiolet. 



TUSBTB AND FlUXB. 



Antimony 

Beans 

Beet-root sugar 

Cedars 

Cheese 

Coffee 

Cotton-seed oil 

Cnttle-flsh bones 

Brues and chemicals 

Frnit. dried 

Fnmltaro, antique 

Gum 

Hemp 

Herbs, roots, and leaves . . . 
Insect flowers and powder. 

Iron, oxide 

Ijeathw and skins 

Maccaroni 

Mother-of-pearl shells 

Nutgalls 

Oils 

Polisliing earth 

Seeds 

Sponges 

Storaxliqoid 

Snmao 

Tobaooo 

Tartar, raw 

White lea* 

Wine and liquors 

Wood pulp 

Woollens, cloths 

Zino dost 

Kiscellaneons 



Quarter ending — 



Sept 30, 1892. 



Total 

Toted for preceding year. 



Increaee 



$305.08 

23, 648. 41 

98, 224. 64 

1,714.22 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



5,667.24 

2,654.07 

92, 077. 11 



6,948.68 



14,607.83 
10, 454. 56 



18, 344. 38 
'6*469*38' 



2,307.71 
970. 51 

1,697.96 

2,754.30 
156.59 

1, 000. 52 



2,259.36 

4,191.35 

382.05 

3,733.38 



$36, 391. 68 



258.05 
1,345.65 



1,836.10 

2, 411. 12 

279, 334. 4i 

572.09 

26, 974. 49 

1, 874. 58 

15, 603. 12 

25, 830. 10 

334.44 

25,400.97 

3,481.75 

6,864.36 



1,436.88 

970.20 

1, 337. 53 

8, 627. 80 



1, 256. 07 



4,472.03 
801.82 
833.98 

2,988.16 



934.49 
1,126.84 



300, 609. 28 
39, 088. 72 



211, 520. 56 



447,298.73 
376, 626. 32 



70,672.41 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$34,776.46 
i56.'83 



86,277.52 
1, 823. 38 
2, 328. 80 

75, 012. 15 



14,092.53 



4,998.46 
16,904.90 



139, 163. 38 

351.80 

1, 196. 28 



2,151.36 
1,939.40 
1, 869. 37 
1,610.03 



1,000.78 



2,426.41 
3,490.44 



205.64 



392, 674. 90 
156,412.04 



287,262.86 



June 30, 1893. 



$1,638.76 



5,925.49 



4,965.23 
1. 280. 14 
2,834.68 



24,658.11 



3,150.41 

8o, 4W>. oX 

347.86 

81,467.04 



323.09 
2,027.52 
1,938.56 
1, 074. 75 
4,062.54 



1,129.37 
821.12 



1, 814. 69 
3,214.37 



153. 79 



120, 713. 33 
112,053.95 



8,660.38 



Yaloe. 



$306.06 

00,464.81 

08,234.61 

1,871.06 

258.06 

7, 271. 14 

86,277.52 

14,188.95 

8,674.13 

450,168.38 

672.00 

72,673.81 

1,874.58 

38,859.81 

81.628.37 

682.80 

214,375.77 

3,833.56 

18,530.01 

823.00 

7,923.46 

6,818.67 

6,979.61 

12,054.67 

156.50 

4.476.74 

321. 12 

0,731.39 

8,734.27 

7,920.84 

0,721.54 

153.79 

934.49 

1,832.48 



1,261,296.24 
733,181.03 



528,116.21 



BELGHTJM. 

Value of declared exports to the United States for ike year ending June SO, 1S9S. 



Artiole& 



▲MTWBBP. 



Antiquities 

BesAs 

Bleaching powder 

Bottle CO vers 

Books 

Cement 

Ghemicala 

Ghloorv 

Ohlorlae of lime 

Diamonds and precious stones. 

Feathers, bed 

VIbx 

Furniture 

Gin 

Qlyoerin 

Grease 

Hair: 

A p^m al 

Human 

Hides, skins, and cuttings 



Quarter ending-^ 



Sept. 30, 1892. 



$796.38 

1, 650. 34 

3,863.92 

463.20 

3, 253. 68 

44,867.50 



8, 025. 18 

1, 489. 22 

94. 165. 30 

17,354.14 



1,084.05 



2,913.58 



60,720.12 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



$8,741.67 
4,523.36 



4,668.40 
46,166.28 
28,468.42 

8,541.21 



94,348.90 
9, 357. 96 
7,815.81 



869. 28 



991.01 
10, 452. 09 



10,672.01 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$10,681.76 
8, 746. 01 



4, 322. 52 
38, 836. 11 
20,387.87 

5,495.64 



61,841.20 
7,966.29 
6,896.98 



562.50 



6,227.74 

291.86 

18,682.00 



June 30, 1803. 



$1,042.97 
7,637.93 



659.90 
81,242.50 
20,272.18 



33,082.08 

10, 385. 69 

12,872.80 

1,447.80 

75L84 



1, 660, 40 

i2,'me2 



TotaL 



$706.88 

22,016.64 

24,771.21 

463.20 

12,904.60 

211,112.80 

69,128.47 

12,062.03 

489.22 

28,873.48 

45,068.97 

27,085.64 

1,447.80 

2,183.62 

1,084.06 

991.01 

20,268.81 

291.86 

Ul,204.76 



EUROPE BELOIUM. 



87 



YtiM/e of declared eaeporU to the United States for the year ending June SO, 189S — Cont'd. 



ArticleB. 



ARTWKBP — contijDned. 



ladiarabber. 

Itotv ., 

Linoleain .... 
Meat oxtract. 

on 



Old manila rope. 
Pidiitiiiga, oil . . . 
Piper 



Piauava .• 

Phosphate 

Fkaaphato of lime. 

Potash 

Potatoes 

Bags 



Seed: 

Bird 

Beei-Toot 

ttoel: 

iDgoto. ...••>••• • 

Flatea 

Beama, joiate, etc 
Bars and rods . . . 

Sagar, beet-root 

Tar 

TIka, paving 

Type metal 

wiDowa 

Winea and liqnora . . 

Wod 

WooLffTeeae 

Sondzleo 



Total. 



BBI7S8BLS. 



Asilliie colors 

Briida and button atook 

Cemeot 

Church regalia and ornaments. 

Comba 

Coneta 

Pnrnitore 

Glasa: 

Plato 

Window 

6h»Tea 

Hala 

Hattera*ftir 

Horaea 

leeegooda 

leather 

Linen goods 

]Cachinenr 

Marble..: 

Marble and granite 

Medieina] pbnta 

Mnaical hiatnimente 

Ofl palntinga (worka of art) . . 

Paper and books 

Phoaphatea < 

PMatoes 



Ban. 
B^ea 



and weights 

Skins, rabbit, sheep, and other 

Sreeland iron 

Tiles 

Umbrella frames 

Tegetsble fibers 

Wtaps 

Woc^n goods 



Total 

Total for 1692 



Qoarter ending— 



Sept. 30, 1892. 



17,454.48 
842.23 



f)2,020.45 



710. 37 

5,314.25 

12,464.94 



750. 95 

11,622.88 

1, 440. 46 

6,224.20 



9,935.83 
10,308.32 

6,8U.81 



1,685.35 

386.12 

2,703.04 



554,262.85 

1,671.59 

166. 75 

6, 119. 57 

1,487.46 



1,469.98 
4,827.42 
6, 691. 35 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



$5. 467. 53 
78,676.42 



1,431.19 
14, 531. 06 



367.44 
7,145.74 



4,966.97 
8,600.74 

1,422.57 



574.57 



5,230.01 

925.582.26 

1,905.65 

750.89 

12, 334. 86 

106.15 

3.090.62 

10, 0C8. 06 

5C9.01 

24, 304. 00 



983.911.16 



4,036.86 

8,539.15 

93,515.58 

71.70 

96a 08 

75, 797. 01 



125,584.80 

21,239.98 

93, 243. 22 

6,042.94 

28,019.75 



63,833.77 



124,581.33 



7,144.03 
902.85 

1,088.38 
929.16 



4,116.54 



1,342,726.68 



5,786.63 
4,628.28 

70,673.06 

1, 273. 94 

630.22 

75, 019. 22 



117,490.64 
18, 553. 48 

105,866.31 

5, 556. 77 

66,451.55 



43,049.73 



89,912.48 



9.265.20 
8, 666. 66 
3,669.03 
867.54 
927.75 
8,477.69 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$1, 815. 36 
84, 415. 78 



2, 082. 95 

12, 543. 32 

8, 967. 11 



5,167.09 



67,494.03 
3,850.58 
2,786.55 



11,570.15 
749.69 



4,754.18 



071,946.84 

253.51 

711. 18 

2,745.63 

550.17 



7, 713. 80 

8,097.36 

41,913.49 



1,119,867.30 



9,281.19 

7, 925. 38 

47,568.41 

• 666.08 

980.19 

69,893.81 

238.74 

121. 941. 72 
19, 763. 50 

171,457.32 

362.85 

84,006.92 



62,771.86 
'83,'i7i'82 



44,764.80 

7,344.91 

457.41 



1,783.51 

459.39 

9,536.86 

6,528.30 

1,560.75 

817. 51 

8.810.01 

455.67 

707.10 

71,501.85 



756,815.03 
726, 778. 39 



52,289.49 

190.59 

15, 375. 60 

8,933.17 
182.48 

1, 153. 76 

4,322.14 
543.68 
160.84 

2,500.83 



926.40 

6,152.33 

2,965.67 

10, 558. 93 

12,594.21 

106.09 

15, 147. 92 

2,466.55 

287.38 

629.12 

5,609.54 



June 30, 1893. 



122.00 
18,007.76 



30,036.64 



712,427.76 
624, 312. 66 



748,171.86 
642,789.11 



88, U7. 10 



106,832.75 



$6,565.44 
6, 450. 60 
3, 692. 23 

55.446.55 
783.70 



16,080.70 



14,544.98 



55,220.51 



22L37 



81,972.66 
448.43 
875.90 



1,067.78 



1,242.84 
16,761.64 



394,828.07 



4,301.64 

4,317.69 

149,213,62 

1, 192. 44 

150.93 

64, 686. 02 

2,087.02 

129,644.51 

24,897.80 

64, 093. 55 

776. 07 

50, 200. 14 

5,983.00 

28,423.34 

1,810.06 

75,032.58 

5,897.80 

25,478.06 

7, 075. 32 

981.50 

838.30 

47.19 

2,420.90 

2,524.86 



16,006.57 



1,855.46 

2,557.50 

749. 71 

174.22 

103,146.05 



776. 478. 84 
575,500.66 



200,883.18 



TotaL 



$14,019.03 

7.292.88 

10, 075. 12 

311,459.20 

733.70 

710.87 

8,828.89 

65,570.11 

8,997.11 

1, 118. 39 

88,480.60 

1,449.46 

6,224.20 

122, 714. 54 

18,753.38 

16,97L57 

8,294.88 
11,570.16 

3,000.63 
386.12 
9,679.49 
5,230.11 
2,188,764.61 
4,279.18 
2,604.91 

21, 190. 06 
2, 143. 78 
4,158.35 

19, 251. 84 
9, 736. 63 

89,670.08 



8,840,733.21 



23,305.82 

25,410.46 

800,970.07 

8,204.10 

2,729.42 

276.840.00 

2,325.70 

404,061.67 

84,454.70 

434, 660. 40 

12,738.63 

178,678.36 

5,983.00 

198, 078. 70 

1,810.05 

873,608.71 

6,897.80 

86,652.09 

18,989.74 

0,190.27 

2,035.00 

1,901.34 

21,107.40 

6,490.53 

10, 558. 03 

66,667.21 

756.67 

60, 120. 96 

12,928.02 

2,030.01 

4,455.85 

10,299.19 

1,749.00 

1, 104. 10 

195,104.90 



8,903,888.49 
3,500,420.83 



434,407.07 



88 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of declared exparte to the United States for the year ending June SO, /^<95— Con 



Articles. 



OHABLEBOL 

Cement 

Earthenware 

Glass: 

PUto 

Window 

Iron 

Marble: 

Naphthaline 

Steel 

Sundriea 



Total 

Total for prece<Ung year 



Decrease 
Increase 



OHBNT. 

Acorns 

Baskets 

Braids, silk 

Cement 

Chicory, granulated . . . 

Chicory, raw root 

Crochet cotton 

Flax and low 

Hair, human 

Hides and hair, cow. . . 

Horses, breeding 

Lace 

Machinery 

Manufactured goods . . 

Marble 

Oil 

Orchestrion 

Paintings, oil 

Paper stock 

Plants 

Babbit skins and hair. 

Begalio, church 

Rope and cordage 

Thread, sewing 

Wines 

Yam, flax 



Total. 



yZBVIBBS AND LIEOB. 



Car whe^ 

Fancy goods 

Firearms 

Galvanic batteries 

Glassware 

Indigo 

Laoips 

Card clothing 

Machinery 

Hair 

Arsenic 

Books 

Paper 

Paper tubes 

Potters' clay and earthenware. 

Pictures 

Potatoes 

Razor hones 

Salted sheens kins 

Superphosphate 

Straw goods 

Wine 

Electric lamps 

Woolen gooos 

Zinc 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Total for preceding year . 



Decrease. 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$17,104.24 
7,006.41 

16,706.85 
357,3^.44 



15,684.18 
"i,'i48.64' 



415, 030. 76 
493, 771. 11 



78,740.85 



8,283.44 

290.55 

1,828.50 

1, 670. 39 

10,032.31 



14,507.63 
4,288.00 



6,485.27 

375.00 

60,081.90 

126.62 



370. 00 

143,207.73 

27. 692. 47 

47. 196. 68 



. 198. 78 

253.20 

2, 656. 95 



314, 555. 51 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



$12,122.30 



8,414.10 

824, 807. 50 

2,020.66 

5,040.58 



7,258.73 
4,549.11 



365.118.98 
458, 939. 65 



93,820.67 



1, 642. 33 
6,214.60 
1,088.35 

039. 23 
48.218.99 

215.20 

50,774.38 

4,459.00 

471.56 
2,660.00 
7,155.76 



56,837.80 
728.23 



260, 347. 28 

34, 361. 94 

22, 814. 56 

303.00 



647.90 
2,757.50 



408,537.70 



3,216.07 

587.34 

224,957.48 



86,774.48 
13,909.83 



1,439.91 
3,740.53 



1. 398. 15 
'i,'686.'64' 



1, 158. 35 
72, 265. 58 



1,472.01 



275.03 

89, 909. 34 

11.307.94 

1,431.80 



465, 525. 28 
713,966.18 



248,440.85 



468.92 

1.869.12 

76, 466. 70 

144.75 

83,044.58 

3,468t78 

1,121.63 

2, 148. 57 

15,301.15 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$29,829.50 



1,358.34 
"2,874.' 75 



1,963.59 
46,956.44 



2,344.95 
228.51 



261,672.19 

15,07«.36 

2,009.79 



468, 019. 12 
650,271.43 



182,252.81 



25,922.08 
224,142.86 



14,405.46 
2,169.08 
1,411.69 
2,602.33 



300,483.00 
858, 162. 65 



57,679.65 



1,616.30 

335.99 

1, 746. 23 



8, 127. 68 
86, 146. 15 

1.759.79 
85,224.44 



465.65 

2,900.00 

10,951.60 



58,985.78 

1,329.40 

2,464.33 

180.00 



343,308.53 
11,064.02 
50,311.07 



1, 203. 15 
265.60 



563,385.71 



550.02 
'08,'36i.*88' 



37, 715. 48 

4, 733. 85 

1,681.24 

76.00 

352.88 



1,582.16 
151.87 
160. 82 



3,821.40 
2, 594. 38 
30, 134. 34 
8, 024. 84 
1,500.44 
42.27 



JonoSO, 1803. 



U4,445.45 
0, 145. 96 
8, 105. 83 



327, 180. 70 
254,200.03 



72,980.67 



$82, 510. 54 
4,152.24 

62,264.81 
269,897.04 



14, 516. 90 
1.801.07 



2,552.60 



437,695.45 
398.054.40 



39,041.05 



600.00 

791.43 

490.34 

7.537.83 

1,852.65 

17,574.45 

2,375.66 

87,966.78 



7,792.63 



19,404.23 

1,070.80 

158.26 



75, 598. 64 
19,271.32 
47. 000. 70 



410.75 



250.05 
851. G3 



240. 998. 24 



1.274.58 

1,877.91 

221,122.40 

144.75 

41, 160. 14 

832.16 

373. 97 

165.62 

477.28 

164.58 



425.78 
909.32 
245.87 



154.40 

6,194.40 

1,918.46 

67.352.45 



968.82 



118,812.32 

10,417.62 

8, 130. 58 



478.122.41 
400,717.55 



Tota 



$141,56 
11,15 

113.30 

1, 176. 22 

2,02 

50,54 

8.03 

8.67 

10. 8S 



1, 518, 32 
1.709,52 



191, U 



2,21 

6,05 

8,74 

11,35 

7,58 

106,07 

4,35 

138,47 

4,75 

93 

5.56 

82,38 

37 

185.30 

3,25 

2,02 

18 

37 

822,46 

02,38 

167,32 

30 

1,61 

46 

1,15 

6,26 



1,617,47 



5,51 

4,33 

620,00 

28 

148,69 

22.04 

3,17 

3,83 

10,87 

16 

1,30 

42 

6,53 

39 

2,53 

15 

10,01 

7,63 

225,70 

8,02 

0,27 

27 

27 

684,83 

45,04 

0,08 



1,788,84 
2,010,16 



77,404.86 



280,80 



EUBOPE — ^BELGIUM. 89 

OSTEND. 

THE POST OF 08TEND. 

For nearly a centaiy able engineers have been deviBing and ezeontinff plans for 
theimpTOvement of this port, and yet to-day it is in certain respects inferior to 
what it was in 1801 when the engineer, Beantemp-Beaupr^, made a chart of it. 

in immense bank of sand cafied the Stroombank, 12 miles in length, lies before 
Ostend at a distance of 1 mile. As is claimed, this bank is to some extent a proteo- 
tion to the inferior harbor against the violence of the elements, but it is also the 
fatal obstacle forever destroying any possibility for Ostend to become a great port. 
At the time Beautemp-Beaupr^ made his charfc the Stroombank was of much smaller 
extent and its eastern extremity was at a considerable distance from the shore, per- 
mitting the easy circulation of the tide currents and giving depths of 8 to 9 meters. 

Since that time the Stroombank has been extending eastward at the alarming rate 
of 145y000 cubic meters of deposit per annum, until now it is practically joined to 
the coasty efiectually closing the port at this point which formerly afforded easy 
access. A ver^ serious result of tnis has been the gradual silting up of the inner 
harbor which is fatal to the port. This briefly tells the story. It only remains to 
describe the works executed and contrivances employed in combating nature in the 
effort to obtain artificial depths. 

Directly opposite Ostend the depths at low tide over the Stroombank in many 
places do not exceed 1 to 2 meters. The passage from the large or outer roadstead 
mto the small or interior roadstead is at tne western extremity where there are nat- 
ural depressions of 4 to 4^ meters in some places, but previous to the year 1890 the 
aveiaee depths at low tide in this passage were only 3 to 4 meters. By dragging, 
these depths have been recently increased to 4i to 5 meters at low- water spring 
tides, and the pass has been widened to about &00 meters. These facts have been 
farnished to me by Mr. A. Vierendeel, official engineer of the province of West Flan- 
decs, in which Ostend is situated. 

Large ships can pass the Stroombank only at high tide and are obliged to await in 
the outer roadstead a favorable moment for traversing the sand bank and proceeding 
into the port. But unfortunately the outer roadstead affords neither shelter nor a 
tnitable bottom for the anchorage of vessels in stormy weather. Several competent 
engineers, among whom I may mention Mr. Jean Cousin, of Bruss^, and Mr. de 
llMre-Limnander, of Qhent, have informed me that it is impossible to create the 
neeessary protection because of^ first, the enormous cost, and second, the serious 
disturbance which would result in the regime of the currents prevailing along that 
part of the coast. These are therefore my reasons for having previously reported 
that the entrance to the port of Ostend presented difficulties which should have the 
eareftd attention of our mariners. 

To combat the constant silting of the inner harbor a system of chasses is employed. 
At firaqnent intervals a body of water being confined on the shore side is suddenly 
released in the direction of the channel followed by vessels through the inner harbor. 
The object is to expel from the channel the deposit which is constantly collecting. 
By this extraordinarv method and by unceasing dragging they have obtained fair 
depths, permitting the entrance at high water of vessels measuring even 1,000 tons 
Moorson. But the futility of such operations is clearly proved by the inclosed 
official report recently made to the Belgian Qovemment by Lieutenant de Vaissan 
Petit^ especiaUy detailed to make an investigation of the question. 

This report and that made in 1890 by a special commission appointed by the Bel* 
rian Government, and copy of which sisned by Mr. T. Lamai, president, and Mr. 
r. De Mey, engineer at Ostend. both emphasize the necessity of heroic measures for 
the preservation of the port of Ostend, suggesting thut the existing pass through 
\h» western extremity of the Stroombank be deepened, and that the eastern extrem • 
ity be opened np, thus reestablishing the original condition of thin^ at that point. 
The latter work would involve the removal, according to the estimate of Lieut. 
Petit, of from 11,000,000 to 12,000,000 cubic meters of deposit, or, according to some 
authorities, of at least 15,000,000 cubic meters. 

The majority of the engineers with whom I have conversed express the opinion 
that all the measures suggested can accomplish little or nothing more than the pres- 
ervation of the port andprevent its decline into an insignificant harbor for fisning 
boats, and they are unanimous in declaring that Ostend can never become a great 
port. My assertions concerning the port of Ostend, contained in a former report, 
are therefore absolutely correct. 

The above report is sent in vindication of the statements concerning the port of 
Ostend which 1 made in a former report, and which have been publicly criticised by 
the Chamber of Commerce of Ostend, as will be seen by the inclosed article, pub- 
lished November 30, 1893, in the Shipping Gazette and Lloyd's List, London. 

John B. Osbobnb, 

GsBHT, BnxuuM, Deeewibtr tO, 1893, Conatil, 



40 COMMEBGIAL RELATIONE 

[XnolMnTM in Consul Osborne's report. — ^Inclosnre Ko. 1.] 
[From tho Shipping Gktsette and Lloyd's List, London.] 

POBT OF 08TBND. 

Sir : Your iasne of the 15th instant contains an extract from the last report sent 
hy the U. 8. consul at Ghent (Belgium), to his Government. The report we must 
take notice of hecause it is manifestly incorrect and does not express the truth as 
regards the port of Ostend. We have, therefore, addressed a letter to the U. 8. con- 
sul at Ghent protesting against hit* erroneous allegations, and we have the honor to 
Bend you a copy. We nope that you will he ffood enough to give to our protest the 
same puhlicity in your paper as that accorded to the extract from the report of the 
U. S. consul at Ghent. 
Tours, eto., 

Aug. Van Imschoot, 
Presidentf Oatend Chamber of Commeroe. 
Alb. Bouchery, 

Secretary, 

[Tniiftbtioii.] 

OsTBND, November tU iS9S. 
2b (he U, 8. Conaul, Ghent: 

Sir. In the la«t report addressed te your Goyemment you call attention to the new 
port which it is und«r consideration to construct on the Belgian ooast, at Heyst, 
and to the canal destined to unite it with Bruges. In your consideratious you set forth 
the superiority which the new port will have over all existing Belgian ports. Ant- 
werp and Ghent, yon say, are both dependent on Holland, and Ostend can never 
become a great port, for the entrance is difficult and there is not sufficient waiier, 
while the others are mere harbors for local fishing hoats. 

The principal shipping and commercial newspaper of England, the Shipping Gazette 
and Lloyd's JLlst, having reproduced, on the 15th instant, this part of your report, 
it becomes our duty to protest, as far as concerns Ostend, against such incorrect 
assertions, which may be prejudicial to us. 

As regards the access to the port of Ostend, it is recognised to-day that it is among 
the easiest and it is absolutely secure for navigation, and that this access has become 
particularly easy since a channel has been made on the west side of the Stroom- 
bank. This channel has at the present time a depth of more than 5 meters at low 
water, and this depth will be increased to 6 meters and more. 

Before the commission charged with the examination of the projects for the port 
to be constructed at Heyst the inspector-general of bridges and highways, De 
Raeve, declared "that since the Ostend channel was enlarged and deepened, say 
since 1889, sailors and vessels of all kinds near the port under all circumstances, in 
the worst of weather,* and that not a single case of damage has occurred. Accord- 
ing to the confession of everyone in the trade the entrance has become very eaey.'' 
These words have been confirmed by M. Yerbrugghe, the director of marine, who 
has added " that Ostend, sheltered by the Stroombank, will always have an immense 
advantage over the port to be oonstruoted at Heyst, at the front of which no natural 
shelter exists." 

All the captains of English, French, German, and other ships who frequented the 
port of Ostend during the severe winter of 1890 have forwarded statements attesting 
the perfect accessibifity of the port and its absolute security for navigation. 

Tour assertion as to the want of water is also not exact. In fact, at the entrance 
of the channel there is at the present time a depth of 5*60 to 6 meters at low- water 
spring tides. At high-water spring tide there are 9 to 11 meters, and at high-water 
neap tide 8*50 to 9 meters, according to the direction of the wind. It follows, there- 
fore, that at high water the port of Ostend is accessible to the largest merchant 
ships. It is onl^r necessary to go over the list of vessels entered during the last few 
years to be convinced of this. 

The port stands so well at the present time that vessels have just been chartered 
direct from Chile to Ostend with nitrate of soda. Ostend only requires some more 
complete interior installations to make it a port of the first ordfer. * * • 
We are, six, yours faithf ully, 

AuQ. Vmjs Imbghoot, 

PreeidenU 
Alb. Bouchbry, 

Seeretmy, 

*As In the printed copy. 



EUROPE — BELGIUM. 41 

[Inolosiire Ko. 2— Transladon.! 

Ofeial report of epeoial oommisiiau appointed by Belgian Government to examine perU of 

Oeiend and Heyat, 

CONCLUSIONS, 

The committee has finally resmn^d in the following terms the results of the com- 
ptntive examination which it has made of the two solutions under discussion. 

The topography of Heyst, where over the plateau ** Het Zand '* there is a depth of 
S'20 meters at low- water spring tides, is very well adapted to the creation of a port 
which would be accessible in idl kinds of weather at low tide to vessels drawing 5 
netera. 

This port could be made in a way to comply with all technical and commercial 
nqairementa. 

The existing conditions of accessibility of the port of Ostend are far from being 
as fsYorable as the natural conditions at Heyst. Not only the large ships of com- 
merce can not traverse the stroombank except at high tide, but the inner harbor 
•f Ostend ia in a criticiU state by reason of the raising from deposits at the east of 
the meridian of Mariakerke-sur-Mer. 

The committee does not see any other means of improving the conditions of access 
to the port of Ostend than those recommended by Mr. De Mey. The excavation of 
two passes across the stroombank, one at the east and the other at the west of 
Ostend, is a thing wliich is practicable. We can be confident that the reopening of 
the passage at the eastern extremity of the stroombank will at least have the effect 
of stopping the silting up of the small harbor, and that furthermore the small passage 
St the west can be excavated to the depth of 6 meters below low tide, correspond- 
ing to the highest bottom of the western portion of the small roadstead of Ostend. 

Bat it is only i^ter an experience of a certain duration that one can know if these 
works will be sufficient to create at Ostend a depth equivalent to that which exists 
St Heyst, and if this depth can be maintained properly without too great expense. 

In this uncertainty, and if the Government is disposed to give immediate satisfac- 
tioD to the city of Bruges without stopping at this consideration that one more port 
to be maintained would thus be created, the preference ought to be accorded to the 
project of a maritime waterway to Heyst. 

The committee announces that whatever may be the solution accepted in any case, 
the small harbor at Ostend should be improved, and it considers that the works to 
be executed to thie end must be commenced without delay. 

This conclusion baa been adopted unanimously with the exception of one vote. 

The president: 

T. Labial. 

The reporter: 

P. Db Met. 



[InolotaTe Ko. 3— Translation.) 
Official report of Lieutenant Fetit, 

In order to combat and retard the silting up of the small roadstead. It seems to 
me urgent to abandon the system of chasses, and to make use of the drag only for 
the maintenance of the depths in the outer and inner roadstead. 

The ** chasses " are insufficient, for they alone can not maintain the port at the 
proj^er depth, especially when tne channel between the estacades is enlarged by 
means of the drag. They are injurious for they silt up the small harbor. They are 
s permanent danger for the vessels moored at the quay, and constantly interfere 
with maneuvering in the port. They would be necessarily suppressed if steam navi- 
Kstion was a little more active, because entrance to the port coujd not be forbidden 
to vessels which, after high tide, taking advantage.of the amelioration of the depths 
in the channel, would come and anchor or become stranded in the rear port while 
awaiting the following tide, which would enable them to enter the basins. In win- 
ter, especially, a vess^ havmg the port before her does not need to preoccupy her- 
Mlf if she enters during the period of the ** chasses." 

1 believe that it is an expensive and irrational system to drive mud into the har- 
bor, and to be obliged some day to drive it out at great expense. 

At this moment the depth is almost the same in the small harbor as at the entrance 
to the estacades. The former raising, is it not to be feared that the 6*50 meters to 

5'90 meters which exist at the entrance to the channel can not be maintained. 

, # • • • • * • 

I wtunate that at this moment there are 11,000,000 to 12,000,000 cubic meters to 
be draffired in order to clean the small harbor. I do not believe that this evaluation 
is ezallexated, ia view of the 600,000 cubic meters dragged from 1880 to 1884 ia 



42 COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 

the effort to lower the old bar to the meaaoremeut of 6 meten, and » part of the 
north channel to that of 4^ meters. 

• •»•••• 

I have never been an advocate of the ''ohaeses" earned to extreme. To-daj, 
instructed by facts acqaired and by experience, I declare myself a determined adver- 
sary of them. 

I am certain that the chasses are injurious, because the depth which they give in 
the channel is to the detriment of the harbor. 

To act in this way seems to me to be the more dangerous, inasmuch as it is in no 
sense proved that even at the cost of millions the sUting can be overcome if there 
is too much delay. 

The surfaces to be dragged are too extensive and the weather too uncertain on our 
coasts to give a sufficient number of working days. 

This is a factor of which the importance must not be lost siffht. Dragging for 
twenty-four hours only to see the work stopped by bad weather lastine weeks, will 
not be a rare event, especially in winter time. This forced idleness wm involve the 
loss of what has been gained in several days of labor. 

In the course of our hydrographic operations, which require likewise a tranquil 
sea, we have, to our expense, often recognized this troublesome and considerable 
influence of the variability of the state of the sea on our coast. 

The Lieutenant de Vaisseau of the First Class: 

W. Pkht. 

Antwerp, January 17, 1890. 

[IndloiiiTe No. 4— Tianalation.] 
LtUer io coniulfram Mr, A, Viaart, mayor of Brugea, 

Bbuoks, Deomber 9, 189S. 
Mr. Consxtl: 

Dear Sir : I believe that I say something of public notoriety and recognized by 
the most competent men in declaring that this port (Ostend), by reason of the banks 
of sand which render its access difficult to large vessels, the constraint of the tide, 
and the lack of depth and extent of the small roadstead where it disembogues, can 
not, even if the interior eouipments were transformed, be regularly used by trans- 
atlantic navigation, nor fill the r61e of a calling-port of which the necessity on the 
coast of Belgium has been admitted. 

In order to permit you to judge for yourself, if the opinion which I express is well 
founded, I can not do better, I believe, than to send you a report accompanied by a 
chart and several profiles of the small roadstead of Ostend, recently executed by the 
lamented Mr. Petit, chief of the hydrographic service, who has terminated his career 
by this important work. I will have these documents reproduced by photography 
as soon as a brieht day will permit it and will have the honor to send them to you. 
On examining these plans, wnich are of a minute exactness, it is difficult not to 
acquire the conviction that the port of Ostend can never be put in the conditions 
necessary for navigation on a large scale and as a calling port. It is because we 
have this conviction that we ask that the future avan-tport of Bruges be established 
at a point on the coast where the easiest access and greatest depths are found. 
Tours, very respectfully, 

Amed^e Visart, 
Mayor of Brugu, 

[Incloflnre No. 6— TrannlAtlon.] 
Letter to oanaulfrom Mr, de Maere-Limnanderj of GkenL 

m 

Ghent, November t8, 189S. 

Dear Sir: I hasten to send you a chart of the Belgian coast. You will see by it 
that Ostend can never become a great port, because Ostend is built on a submarine 
hill, very elevated, as the shores in the neighborhood of the town indicate on the 
chart which I send you ; and furthermore, because at a short distance before Ostend 
there extends an enormous bank of sand called the Stroombank, which at low tide 
gives a depth of only 1 to 2 and 3 meters. 

Therefore, until the last few years, when in order to deepen the entrance channel 
between the estaoades, they had recourse to the ''chasses,'' greater depths than 2^ to 
S meters could not be obtained, as is proved by the official reports of the time. 

But since some time dragging has been earned on, not only at the entrance to the 
estacades, of which the width nas been increased from 70 to 150 meters, but even in 
the open sea, and if my information is exact, across the Stroombank. 



EUROPE — ^DENMABK. 



43 



HnndiedB and liimdreds of thoasands of francs are annaally expended on these 
woiks in order to please the Government which has taken an afi^tion for Ostend. 

By means of these works of constant dragging, lasting the entire year, it is evi- 
d«iit that the old state of things has been improved, and that the depths of 2 to 3 
metan produced hy the chasses have been increased by the drags to 5 meters; bnt 
if eyer for one caxiBe or another these dragging operations, ruinous for the country, 
must cease, natnre wiU regain her rights, and all the passages artificially excavated 
to-day will immediately collapse. 

Ostend is therefore a port of such character that maintained at the cost of millions it is 
ildnd of doll with which they play, and to amuse themselves dress up in fine clothes. 

If any other information can be of service to you I am at your disposal. 

DS MAEBS-LlMKA2a>EB. 

John B. Osbornk, 

U. S. CoMul at Ghent. 



DENMARK. 



StatetMnt showing the declared exports from Copenhagen during the year ended June SO, 189S, 



Article. 



Bear 

Books 

BruBware.... 

Brtndy 

CabU^e 

Carioto 

Cement 

Chalk 

China ware 

Cocoa liqaor.. 

BiamondA 

farniture 

Flint atonea .. 
Fiah prodocta. 

Gloe 

Hair, human.. 
Leather gouda 

Machinery 

Miudo 

Medala 

Pkttexiu 



PSaao , 

Porcelain... 

Paper 

Photo paper 



oil.... 
Bennet, extract . 
lUggxnga, afaips' 

Bopea(old) 

Bkbia: 

Cow 



Dreaaed ... 

Undieaaed 

Calf 

Sewing machinea .. 
Silverware 



Cauliflower . . 

Graaa 

Soda water... 
Sboea, old ruhber 

Spirits 

STrapoffmita... 

Terra ootta 

Waxwork 

Wine 

Wool 

Tent eultnra. . . . < 



Total 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$2,740.57 



3,090.38 



134.34 
531. GG 
300.16 
829.78 
1,151-91 



138.33 
314.83 



114.40 

3, 934. 20 

725. 34 



2,941.48 
3, 080. 35 
4, 282. 12 
753. 05 
2,445.81 

2,529.60 

6, 291. 60 



653.45 
6,081.64 



325.67 
254.07 



IIJO. 73 

3,951.86 

32.16 



44,262.48 



Doo. 31, 1892. 



$637.39 



6, 845. 1!2 
50.00 



509.37 
227.71 
373. 39 
550.00 
191. 86 
703. 25 
480.60 



50.00 



2,756.08 
4,676.92 



4,341.90 
4,728.20 



34.26 



162.75 
19.51 



3,345.42 



43,281.78 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



1300.00 

1, 130. 00 

115.00 

730.00 

4, 200. 00 



725.00 

'ii6.'o6 



2,410.00 
"'65.' 00 



665.00 



150. 00 
220. 00 



1,230.00 
""89* 00 



15. 373. 00 
25,228.00 



900.00 



1,945.00 

340.00 

13,613.00 

1,131.00 

1,098.00 

5,260.00 



22.00 



76,049.00 



June 30, 1893. 



$935.77 
310.82 



810.82 



4,959.34 
650.48 



•241.20 



553.66 
i,'849.'96 



321.60 



1,903.00 
22.51 



8,496.20 



305.26 

32,859.34 

761.74 

711. 10 

1,313.00 

2,273.00 



500.14 



860.73 

857.20 

6(i.00 

633.80 



94L87 



1,918.32 
63.00 



68,66a4S 



OBLA2n>o H. Bakbb, 



44 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



FBANCE. 

(FOBSaH COHKEBOB OF FBAVOB FOB 1892 AHS THE FIB8T VHTB MOHTKB 07 19M.) 

The annual reports of the foreign commerce of France for 1892 have recently 
issued from the press. 

These reports embody a vast amount of statistical information touching the com- 
mercial and maritime interests of the Republic. In these reports, imports and 
exports are each subclassiiied under the two heads of '* general commerce" and' 
"special commerce.^' The former as applied to imports embraces all merchandise of 
whatever description entering France from other countries, from the colonies, and 
from the sea fisheries, whether by land or water, and whether intended for con- 
sumption in France, or for reexportation. The term '^ special commerce '' as applied 
to imports embraces all merchandise exempt from duties, and also all merchandise 
subject to duties, withdrawn during the year for consumption, from the ''entre- 
pots" upon the payment of such duties. 

As regards exports, the term ''general commerce '' embraces merchandise of every 
description, whether of domestic or foreign origin, exported from France. 

The term "special commerce '^ only embraces merchandise of internal origin, and 
that of foreign origin which has been admitted free of duty or has been nationalized 
by the payment of duties. 

I have extracted from these reports the following information of special value to 
the commercial and manufacturing interests of the United States. 

The grand total of general commerce for 1892 was 9,687,000,000 francs (equivalent 
to $1,869,591,000). 

This was a decrease of 982,000,000 francs ($189,526,000) from the total for 1891 
and of 263,000,000 francs ($50,759,000) from the average for the five years 1887-'91 
inclusive. 

The imports aggregated 5,136,000,000 francs ($991,248,000), a decline of 802,000,000 
francs ($154,786,(»0) from the preceding year, and of 232,000,000 francs ($44,776,000) 
from the average for the five years 1887-'91 inclusive. 

The exports aggregated 4,551,000,000 francs ($878,343,000)^ a falling oflf of 
180,000,000 francs ($34,740,000) as compared with 1891, and of 31.000,000 francs 
($5,983,000) from the average for the quinquennial period ending witli that year. 

The statistics of special commerce for 1892 are as follows: Imports, 4,188,000,000 
francs ($808,284,000) ; exports, 3,461,000,000 francs ($667,973,000) ; total, 7,649,000,000 
francs ($1,476,257,000). This was a decrease from 1891 of 689,000,000 francs 
($132,977,000), of which 580,000,000 francs ($111,940,000) was on imports, and 
109,000,000 francs ($21,037,000) on exports. 

The decline in these figures is due not so much to a diminution in the actual vol- 
ume of foreign commerce as to the reduction in the rates of valuation decreed in 
1892 by the permanent commission of values of the customs department. 

The following shows the average annual movement of French commerce during 
the three quinquennial periods 1878-^82, 1883-'87, and 1888-'92, respectively, inclusive: 

GENERAL COMMERCE. 



Period. 



Ayeonge— 
1878-'82 
1883-'87 
1888-'92 



Imports. 



$1, 109. 344, 7C0 
1, 008. U39, 000 
1.043,358,000 



Exports. 



$867,785,000 
819, 092, 000 
806,427,000 



SPECIAL COMMERCE. 



Aver.ige — 
1878-'82 
1883-'8T 
1888-'92 



1906,694,700 
828, 701, 300 
842, 116, 000 



$656,750,700 
627, 044, 800 
684,671,000 



Of the aggregate foreign commerce for 1892 the value of $1,312,264,900 waa trans- 
ported by sea and $557,364,700 by land. 

Of the merchandise transported by sea the value of $635,356,000 wu oarried in 
FreAoh yessels and $677,044,000 in the vessels of other nations. 



EDBOPE FRANCE. 



45 



ThefoUo^^ing ahows tbe foreign commerce (imports and exports combined) of 
Fmce for 1892, by countries : 

GENERAL COMMERCE. 



Country. 



GfMl Britain 

Belgtmn 

UutadStatM 

GtrmanT 

SwitierUnd 

SpUM 

Userift 

iSt 

Tvrkey 

Bniil 

Ai):uiti]ie Repablio 

Brit»h India 

RoMia 

Cbinn 

/apuD 

Setberlands 

Aoatzia 

Chile 

Haiti 

Kgjpt 

Autnlla 

a«<y ai and French eateblishmeotB of Gulf of Guinea 

Toda.. 

Sveden 

Bofimaoia 

Sepnblicof Colombia 

oPBOoa. .•..•••«.•••«•--•"•••••••••-••-•••••-•-•••••-... 

Umiraay 

Dutehlndiea 

T«D«snda 

Gaadaloupo • 

Saganeyof Tripoli and Morocco 

S«-iray 

XartiniqiM 

Portacal 

StPferreandMiqii«lon and Grande Pftcho 

Da de la Reunion 

British Poaaecaiona in Africa 

OOer eoontriea of Africa 

Denmark 

&naiah coloniea of America 

Irench Indo-China 

Pkaaoh PoaaeaMiona in India 

Weatooaat of Africa * 

pTBDch eatabliahmenta in Oceanica 

BritSah ooloniea in America 

Pwn- 

Prencfa Qoiana 

ScnadoT 

Phffippinea 

StTbomaa 

Goatemala 

BritiahPoaaeaaiona in the Mediterranean 

Other ialanda of Ckieanica 

Xayotte. lloaai-B6, and Ste. Mario de Madagaacar 

Dutch ooloniea in America 

Kissdomof Siam 

BaiiTJft 

Wreeka and aalTage 

Goal for naa of ateamahipa 

Total 



SPECIAL COMMERCE. 



1891. 



Francs. 
1.978.200.000 

1, 180, iv.o, oro 

i»2f>, '2{).K 1 00 

802, 700, 000 

731.51X>.000 , 

74a,7lK),000 : 

411.700,000 

409, 700, 000 i 

231.100,000 I 

251,000,000 ' 

265, 700, 000 

309,900,000 

294, 300, 000 

146, 200, 000 

123.900.000 

115, 100, 000 

159, 700, 000 

76, 900, 000 

80, 30O, 000 

78,800,000 

95,000,000 

48,900.000 

69, Ot)0, 000 

87.000,000 

63,000,000 

70,900,000 

54, 200, 000 

68,600,000 

54.900,000 

34,800,000 

47,300,000 

27,800,000 

37, 300, 000 

60,900.000 

43,900,000 

45,900,000 

33,200,000 

30, 200, 000 

36,800.000 

25,500,000 

22, 400, 000 

24, 700, 000 

22,800,000 

17,600,000 

23.600,000 

15,800,000 

17,700,000 

17, 600. 000 

8,300,000 

8,000,000 

7,500,000 

13, 000, 000 

7.000,000 

6.800,000 

4,500,000 

2,700.000 

500,000 

500,000 

700.000 

200,000 

11,100,000 



10,668,800,000 



Franea 

1.931,700 

1, 034, 800 

8U.>. 500 

820, 400 

689,800 

552, 200 

410.500 

408,300 

256,400 

253,300 

250,000 

233,600 

198.700 

164,700 

132,500 

119,900 

88,300 

84,700 

68.900 

68,500 

65,700 

58,100 

66,400 

50,300 

48,100 

47,600 

45,300 

44,000 

89,200 

38,800 

88,400 

37,100, 

36,300 

84,800 

38.900 

32, 400 

81.600 

29,800, 

29,000 

26,100 

24,000 

23,600 

23,500 

20,400 

17,500 

16.000 

15,700 

14, 100 

10,600 

8,900 

8,600 

7,600 

7,500 

5,600 

8,900 

2,500 

1,900 

800 

400 

300 

10,400 



000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



9,687,200,000 



Oieat Britain 

Belffmn 

TTaJled states 
Germany ..... 

Spain..:. 

pjwia. 

Bvnaerind .. 

Jkij. 



1,601,600,000 
986,900,000 
733, 900, 000 
730, 400, 000 
602,700,000 
893.800,000 
838,200,000 
849b 100» 000 



1,657, 
890, 
773, 
602, 
412, 
884, 
810, 
906, 



400,000 
500,000 
600,000 
800,000 
100, OOt 
900,000 
900,000 
000,000 



46 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



SPEdAIi GOHHBRCB-^ntiBiiied. 



Conntiy* 




Argentine Bepnblle 

British India 

Russia 

Tarkey 

BrarU 

China 

Kethorlands 

Japan 

Chile 

AiiRtria 

Anstralia 

Egypt 

Hayti 

Senegal and French establishments of Golf of Guinea 

Boumania 

Sweden 

Tanis 

Greece *- 

Unigaay 

Dntch Ijidies 

Norway 

Gnadefoape 

Bepublicof Ck>lombia (New Grenada) 

Mexico 

Marttniqae 

Saint-Pierre and Miqnelon and Grande P^che 

Begeno J of Tripoli and Morocco 

lie de la B6iinion 

Venesnela 

Denmark 

Portugal 

French Indo-China 

French Possessions in India 

Otiier countries of Africa 

French establishments in Oceanioa 

Spanish colonies America 

Irtish Possessions in AMca 

British colonies in America 

West coast of Africa 

Peru 

French Guiana 

Saint Thomas 

Other islands of Oceanlca 

Guatemala 

British Possessions in the Mediterranean 

Philippines 

Hayotte, NoBsi-B6, and Ste. Marie de Madagaecar . . . 

Ecuador 

Dutch ooloniee in America 

Bolivia 

Wrecks and Salvage 

Kingdom of Siam 

Total 



Frane§. 

250,400,000 

250,300,000 

225,500,000 

178, 900. 000 

188, 700, 000 

106,100,000 

84,000,000 

97,500,000 

60, 400. 000 

149, 700, 000 

70, 200, 000 

64,400,000 

57,000,000 

34,800.000 

48,600,000 

83,600,000 

54,500,000 

47, 600. 000 

49,700,000 

33,800,000 

50,200,000 

23,800,000 

46,700,000 

34,000,000 

37, 400, 000 

31,600,000 

30, 700, 000 

23,800.000 

20,800,000 

21.600.000 

33, 100, 000 

29,000,000 

13,500.000 

15,700,000 

14,000,000 

15, 000, 000 

22,400,000 

15,400,000 

17,800,000 

15,400,000 

6,600,000 

8,800,000 

4,500,000 

4,600,000 

3, 700. 000 

8,800,000 

1,400,000 

2,300.000 

800,000 

500,000 

200,000 

200,000 



8,837,800,000 



Francs. 

239,700,000 

213.200,000 

178,100.000 

176.400,000 

152, 100, 000 

138,400,000 

86,500,000 

85,000,000 

79,400,000 

78,600,000 

60,800,000 

53,600,000 

47,000.000 

M. 800, 000 

44,600.000 

44.300,000 

43,600,000 

86,500,000 

35,600,000 

84,600,000 

34.100,000 

31, 400, 000 

30,900,000 

30,800,000 

80.200,000 

20.600,000 

26,400,000 

24.600,000 

24,300,000 

22,200,000 

21,900.000 

20,800,000 

17,900,000 

16,000,000 

15,300,000 

15,100,000 

14,700,000 

14,100.000 

18,100,000 

11,600,000 

8,800,000 

6,600,000 

8,700,000 

8,500,000 

8,500,000 

8,200,000 

2,200.060 

1,700,000 

800.000 

800,000 

300,000 

200,000 



7,648,700,000 



TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES. 

Commodities are classified nnder three heads : " Foodstuffs/' "materials necessary 
to iudustry and ''manufactored articles.'' 

The following shows the total commerce with all countries in each of these classes 
of articles for 1892: 



Description. 



Foodstuflli 

Crude materials 

Manufactured goods 

Total 



Q^neral commerce. 



Imi>orts. 



$316,906,000 
457,410,000 
216,932,000 



991,248,000 



Exports. 



$205,545,000 
196,281,000 
476, 517, 000 



878,343,000 



Special oommeroa. 



Imports. 



$270,200,000 
419, 889, 000 
118,695,000 



808,284,000 



Exports. 



$146,487,000 
158,839,000 
362,617,000 



667,973,000 



The total weight of merchandise of every description entered in the entrepots in 
1892 amounted to 2;708,398 tons of 2,000 pounds; the total value of the same being 



EUROPE — ^FRANCE. 



47 



1128,345,000. This was a dimination of 783,304 tons and $25,283,000 Arom the pre- 
eediDg year. 
Tbe foUoiHne shows the general and special commerce between France and the 
United States, by years, from 1887 to 1892, inclnsiYe: 



l^nportB from 

the United 

SUtee. 



187. 

m. 
un. 



General commerce. 



$05,890,200 
61,074.900 
01,779,300 
05,427,000 

100,883,400 
99,838,900 



Exports to 

the United 

Stfttee. 



|T7,450,900 
73,048.800 
78, 183, 000 
91,482,000 
71,873.200 
07,202,000 



Special oommeroe. 



Imports flrom 

the United 

States. 



102,725,000 
47,844,700 
69,212,400 
01,258,200 
93,855,900 

102,005,500 



Exports to 

the United 

SUtes. 



$52,300,000 
49,350,100 
62,786,500 
03,458,400 
47. 788, 800 
40.339,800 



The total imports from the United States in 1892 showed a falling off of $7,044,500 
u compared with 1891, and the exports to the United;States a falling off of $4,670,600 
M compared with the same year. 

Fotetf of impartt from tke United Staiei withdrawn from ihe ''entrepots " for ooneumpiion 
dwring 1892, andihe amownt of duUee oolleoted on the same. 



Articles. 




Cenals, grain and floor 

Cotton, raw 

00s and eoaences of petrolenm and schist 

TaDow, crease, fibt, etc, of all kinds, other than flsh-oil. 

TobaooOileaf or in stems 

Coffee 

Mealt fresh, aalted, and preserved 

OOs, Axed, purs 

Wood, oommon .......................................... 

Xacluiies and meohanlcal appliances 

OopiMr, pore, of first fosion 

Vealhers, ornamental 

Lohsters, preserved or prepared 

Coeoft 

Tools and works in metal 

Hides, skina, and furs, raw 

(Nla,lkeaTy, and residnom of petroienm 

Molaaaea, for distaUng porposes 

Fnniitare and woodwork 

Whale-bladea, raw 

Chsmicala 

Giain, for seed 

Gaoatchooo and cntla-peroha, raw or remelted in blocks 

Bponsesof all kmds 

Buk nsanes, pnre, plain 

Hides and skins, prepared 

Fniita,talile 

Ofleake 

Wood.exotio 

Paraffin ................'..••............................ . 

Uqnon, distilled 

Oida,ficesh,dry, or salted 

Psaer. pasteboard, books, and engravings 

luel (mineral) 

Zlne, incmde bloeka 

Bristles 

Otbsr srtioles 

Total 



H5. 
81, 
6, 
4, 
3. 
2, 
1. 



214.457 

543,940 

849,854 

047, 013 

844, 312 

358,100 

580.730 

020,291 

825,821 

907,434 

840. 478 

797. 055 

434.260 

77,022 

298,224 

823, 312 

232.171 

238.092 

188, 217 

104,517 

170,951 

153,827 

149, 861 

124,280 

114, 740 

95,041 

99,823 

81,627 

79, 757 

44,207 

2,483 

14,372 

27,204 

46,189 

45, 017 

42,017 

7,003 



Duties 
collected. 



102,959,720 



$6,402,444 



7,632,790 

185,754 

7.190 

1,823,934 

173, 891 

85,750 

110,958 

69,910 





49,732 
48,299 
81,590 


140,788 
58.849 
20,480 


4,294 
18,266 


2,900 

2 

8,224 

10,070 



6 
7,485 
3,404 
1,150 
8,893 



83,063 



17,036,800 



48 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of exports of French prodttoie to the United States iff 18918, 



ArtiolM. 




of 



TisfliiM, trimmfiigs, and ribbons 

■ilk and Bilk waste 

Tisanes, trimmings, and ribbons of 

ootton 

Tissues, trimmings, and ribbons of 

wool 

Manafactnres of skins and of leather . 

Silk and waste silk .*. . . 

Fancy articles, lorgnettes, fans, but* 

tons, etc 

Clocks, watches, eto 

Hides and skins, raw 

Wines 

Ornamental feathers 

Wool 

Hides and skins, prepared 

Weuing apparel, costumes, nnder- 

weaTt etc 

Pottery, glassware, eto 

Artlficlarflowers 

Crude tartar 

Objecta of oolleotton, not merchandise 

Hair of all kinds 

Whalebiadea, cut or finished 

Paper, pasteboard, booka, and en 

grarings 

Yolatilo oils or essences 

Musical instruments 

Table fruits 

Tools and manufactures of metal . . . 

Imitation whalebone 

Glycerin 

Furs, prepared and manufactured 

Tissues, trimmings, and ribbons of 

linen or pf hraip 

Caoutchouc and gntta-i>ercha, raw or 

remelted in blocks 



I 



$10,089,325 

1,406,662 

fi, 765, 821 

4, 888, 059 

545,302 

1,968,356 

233, 432 

1, 682, 786 

1,78", 433 

1, 557. 059 

077,004 

935,832 

870,928 
596,557 
790,198 
567,500 
697,044 
578,277 
559,854 

516, 786 
450,027 
498, 281 
390, 778 
897, 116 
454,765 
322,009 
360,686 

278,777 

269,918 



Perftunery 

Fish, in brine or in oH 

Millstones 

Furniture of all kinds 

Olive oil 

Cork, manufactured 

Vegetables, firesh, salted, prepared.or 

preserved 
£xt)tM!tB of dyewood 
Brandy, spirits, and liquors 
Millinery goods 
Rags 
Machines and mechanical appliances 

Prei>ared medicines 

Thread of all kinds 

Optical and scientific instromenta . . . 
Su>nes and earths for artistic and 

manufacturing pur|>oses 

Fruits, preserTM in sugar 

Manufactures of caoutchouc and 

gutta-peroha 

Macaroni, semolina, etc 

Medicinal roots -. 

Cheese 

Tresses or plaits of whitewood, of 

straw, bark, etc 

Mangtmese (mineral) 

Trees and plants 

Corsets 

Meat, fresh, salted, or preaerved 

Copper 

Other articles 



Valvs. 



Total. 



$286,628 

286,434 

279,333 

265,205 

90,753 

13,218 

192,450 
192.530 
182,491 
167, 618 
141,018 

92,433 
' 122,444 

81,557 
105,093 

104,217 
M,64« 

99,146 

3,378 

97,490 

85,701 

10,002 
77,586 
74,874 
74.770 
39,030 
50,353 
1,881,718 



46,336,080 



I 



CUSTOMS RBVXNTTB. 

The revenue from oustoms duties in 1892 amounted to 480,778,221 francs ($83,140,- 
197), an increase of 35;764,401 francs ($6,902,629) over the previous year. 

THS BALANCE OF TRADE. 

The administration of the customs undertook, in 1892^ a careful investigation with 
a view of determining the value of foreign merchandise required for French con- 
sumption, and the value of French products available for exports, i. e., in excess of 
the domestic demand. The results were obtained bv deducting the value of the 
imports from the value of exports of commodities of the same description, and vies 
versa. 

The figures thus secured are as follows : 

Foreign monchandise necessary to French oonsnmption (excess of imports over exports Frones. 
of similar merchandise) 2,422,068,060 

Surplus of French production over domestic requirements (excess of exports over Im- 
ports of simlliar merehuidise) f 2,140,445,921 

Excess of imports 282,517,136 

In the above figures are not included the imports and exports of grains and other 
farinaceous food stuffs, which are as follows : 

Frttnct. 

Snports 531,129,963 

Exports 86,322,164 

Excess of imports 444,807,789 

Adding these figures to those previously given we have as the aggregate value of 
the imports of merchandise in excess of the value of expoi*ts required to meet French 
requirements (based on the returns of commerce for 1892) — in other words, the bal- 
ance of trade against France — the sum of 727,324,928 francs, equivalent approxi- 
mately to $140,410,217. 

Notwithstanding this large adverse balance it is to be noted that the wealth oi 
France increases year by year. 



EUEOPE — FRANCS. 



49 



THS nSHERISS. 

The ymmIb engAged in the cod fisheries brought to France dnring 1893 cargoes 
a^regating 392,9& ^'quintaux m^triqaes/' equal to about 43,329 tons of 2,000 

poonds. 

The Tessels engaged in the herring fisheries numbered 594, witii a tonnage of 
20.412, and crews aggregating 7,175 men. This was an increase of 36 Tessels and 
li20 in tonnage over 1891. 

The product of these fisheries aggregated 505,604 " quintaux m^triques," or 15^096 
fans oyer 1891. 

NAVIGATION. 

Hie number of yoyages made in 1892 under the French flag by loaded vessels, both 
nilins; veseels and steamships, between France and other countries, including the 
colonies, and the fisheries was 46,940, the total tonnage of these vessels being esti- 
mated at 22,282,000. Compared with 1891, this was a diminution of 4,633 voyages 
and 2,863,000 in tonnage. Thirty-eiffht per cent of this tonnage was French, includ- 
ing 27 per cent of that under sail and 39 per cent of the steam tonnage. 

The Allowing shows the countries with which France sustained maritime rela- 
tions in the order of their tonnage: 



Countries. 



Grait Britain 

Algeria 

ftpSn 

Krit«d StfttM (Atlantio 

Ocean) 

Itriy 

Genoanj • 

Sonia 

Tarkey --- 

Arypentine Hepabllc 

KetherlamlH ---• 

Britifth India 

Sveden •- 

Tnait 

Bdfnnm 

Chila 



1892. 



JVmnffM. 
7,096,203 
2,510,105 
1,561,651 



1.549. 
864, 
680, 
613, 
501. 
537, 
520, 
484, 
341. 
255, 
240, 
247, 



844 
725 
742 
728 
106 
521 
892 
587 
852 
566 
020 
658 



1801. 



7, 726, '820 
2,400.630 
2,600,785 

1,710,300 
027,236 
723,665 

1,020,284 
635,804 
630,353 
540,441 
660,420 
573,816 
335,507 
262,040 
266,254 



Countries. 



BrsEfl 

United States (Pacific 

Ocean) 

Norwav 

Kepublio of Colombia 

(rfew Grenada) 

Japan 

Ronmauia 

Mexico 

Senegal and French ee- 

tamiehmenU of the 

Gulf of Guinea 

Regency of Tripoli 

Portagal..., 

Anstm 



1802. 



TonnoM, 
2427276 

218,778 
186,483 

184,876 
180,276 
156,028 
140,066 



148.418 
146,600 
131,604 
121,754 



1801. 



TonnoM, 
300,041 

206,288 
226,490 

101,108 
191,112 
178,401 
164, 27e 



116,681 
143,028 
147, 186 
212,239 



The effective French merchant marine in 1892 was composed of 15,278 vessels, 
with a t4»tal tonnage of 905,606; total number of sailors, 83,030; engineers, stokers, 

etc, 7,275. 

COHHERCB IN 1893. 

A summary of the foreign commerce of France for the first nine months of 1893, 
S0 compared with the corresponding periods of 1892 and 1891, Just issued by the 
administration of customs, shows a continued decline in the value both of imports 
and exports, especially as regards the imports of food stufis. 

The ngures are as follows : 

DfPORTa 



Poodvtnffe .........•...-..-.•-.. 

Crude materials of industry. 

lUnnfiiotnred artiolea 

Total 



1893. 



$140,553,577 

324,264,511 

80,253,453 



654,071,541 



1892. 



$216,066,740 

316,143,457 

01,327,021 



624,437,218 



180L 



$210,110,848 

357,075,040 

02,317,111 



669,412,008 



EXPORTS. 



Toodstnffii 

Cnde materials of indnetry 

KannfactiiTed articles 

Pireels by poet 



Total 



13367 Br 



$05,105,820 

113,327,284 

240,607,470 

10, 376, 645 



468,606,728 



$106,481,078 

115,680,604 

256,750,705 

7,611,534 



486,483,006 



$103,442,403 

116,788,420 

265,783,774 

8,522,106 



403,536,709 



50 COMliEECIAL RELATIONS. 

This shows a decline in the Talae of imports for the period indicated of |70y365,677f 
as compared with the corresponding ponod of 1892, and of $115,340^467 as compared 
with the corresponding period of 1891. The decline in the Talne of exports, as com- 
pared with the corresponding period of 1892, was $17,977,178, and as compared with 
the corresponding period of 1891, $25,029,977. The aggregate of foreign commerce 
imports and exports comhioed for the first nine months of 1893 was $1,022,578,269 
as compared with $1,110,921,124 during the corresponding period of 1892, and 
$1,162,948,713 daring the corresponding period of 1891, a decUne of $88,342,855 from 
1892, and of $140,370,444 from 1891. 

The halance of trade against France was, for the first nine months of 1893, 
$85,564,813; for the first nine months of 1892, $137,953,312, and, for the first nine 
months of 1891, $175,875,303. 

The decline in the yalne of food staffs imported is the significant feature of this 
exhibit, being $67,413,163 as compared with the first nine months of 1892, and 
$69,566,271 as comparea with the corresponding period of 1891. 

Samuel £. Morss, 

CkmBul'GeneraL 

Pabis, December 6, 1893, 



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BOUXiOGNlS-SUB-MKB. 



Commerce and navigation far the year ended June SO, 189S. 

GBKBBAL IMPOBTS. 



Articles. 



Hjiin of aU kinds 

HaU. fcd't,' wooL'silk "II! ! 

Battons, toys 

Volatile oils and essences 

Tortoise sheUs 

Greases 

Dyes 

QnicksilTer 

Sieto 

Bismnth 

Jntetissnes 

Fnmitare 

Biscuits 

Glass and oiystal goods . . 

Needles....:...... 

Baffs 

Indigo 

Boats (small) 

Wheat and floor 

Coffee 

Sundry articles 

Total 



Yalns 
entraed. 



$64,277 
2,650 
84.200 
58,640 
51,074 
73.000 
63,348 
45,476 
57,200 
54,328 
52,828 
51,300 
87,340 
47,400 
81,540 
45,110 
20.870 
42,046 
39,296 
35,466 
78,560 

586,530 



1,622,499 



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48 



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IMPOBTS FBOM THE UNITED STATES. 



Articles. 



Salt meat, pork 

Animal grease : 

Coffee 

Turpentine 

Gums androvins, rough 

Building timber , 

Heavy oils and petroleum residues 




PovndM. 

177,888 

5,844 

93,512 

39,896 

40,024 

8,962,000 

135,522 



DutJ 



14 



1 
1 



EXPOBTS TO THE X7NITED STATES. 



Vsli 



Pain^gs 
Gloves ... 

Fish 

OU, poppy 
Bags 



f3 

18 

34 

1 

2 



NAVIGATION. 



Slag. 



French .... 

English 

Swedish ... 
Norwegian 

German 

lielgiau.... 

Dutch 

Anntrifm .. 
Danish.... 



Entered. 



Steamers. 



No, 
4 

1,172 
7 
8 
8 



Tom. 
529 

298, 580 
2,901 
3,249 
1,838 



Sailing 
vessels. 



No 

40 
5 
3 

16 
1 



Tons. 

6,044 

6,213 

674 

4.215 

99 



TotaL 



No, 

44 

1,177 

10 

24 

4 



Tout. 
6.673 

303,799 
3,675 
7,464 
1,937 



Cleared. 



Steamers. 



No. 

16 
1,432 



Tom. 

9,643 
323,456 



681 



Sailing 
vessels. 



No 
30 
7 



Total. 



Tom. No. 

3, 188 46 

73C 1,430 



1,560 
79 



Tm 

12 

324, 



Total 



IIG 
1 
1 



277, 063 



1,312 



887 



2|.... 
276 1 



58i, 444 



113 



117 
1 
2 



2 77,950 

2 

419 



117 
2 



277,126 
1,090 



83 



257 



118 
2 
2 



07 



17, 275 



1, 371) 



001,719 



1.568 



6U,996 



45 5,912 



1,613 



277, 



617 



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Emilb Flageoixet, 

Coneular Ageni 



EUROPE — ^FBANCE. 



65 



GAIiAIS. 

Commerce and navigation for the year ended June SO, 189S. 

nCPOBTS. 



AitiolM. 



Mat 

Wool, h*ir, horns, and irory 
SOk 

Cotton..... 

^u, butter, and cheese. . . . 

floar 

Ve^tables, sproati 

Drwd fruit 

Kacait 

Milk, condeiiBed 



QaantJty. 



Tont. 

351 
12,419 

125 
28 
41 
34 
27 
88 
18 
18 
46 



Articles. 



OiUvarolah) 

Firewood 

Teak wood 

Jute and cocoa fibre 

Yams 

Wood pulp 

Ueer 

Ice 

Coals 

Iron and iron ore . . . 
Machinery 



Quantity. 



Tont. 

82 

725 

716 

6,703 

452 

1.416 

180 

3,785 

63,798 

51,350 

4,500 



SXF0ST8. 



Moat 

Wool 

Silk 

Fowls 

legs 

Cteese and butter 

ri»ii 

flour 

Iniit 

§r;:::::::::::: 

Timber 




Noils, wool, waste, etc 

Liquids 

StOTPS 

Metals 

Chemicals 

Glass 

Yams 

Tt8SU*S 

Skins 

Machinery 

Sundries 



18,266 

2,741 

5,093 

883 

822 
8,818 

339 
8,396 

184 
2,426 

770 



EXPOBTS OJT THB TJinTED STATES. 



Articles. 



Yalas. 



LiM 

Silk 

Machinery 

Total 



11,463,888 

19,534 

7,476 



1,490,898 



Petroleum and lumber were the only direct importe into Calais from the United 
SUtee. 

NAVIGATION. 



Hag. 



Xaglisb .... 

Swede 

Norwegian 

Dane 

Get man . . > . 
Belgian.... 

Dutch 

Spaniah... 
UaUan..... 



Entered. 



Steamers. 



No, 

813 

1,889 

11 

12 

13 

22 

1 

1 

1 



Tons. 

220,264 

319,802 

0,210 

7,683 

12,362 

18,075 

14 

306 

1,850 



Sailing Teasels. 



No, 
7 

62 
1 

40 
4 
4 
1 



Tont. 

761 

6,209 

805 

17,335 

496 

2,877 

6 



832 



TotaL 



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820 

1,451 

12 

61 

17 

26 

2 

1 

1 

1 



7ofw. 

220,926 

326, OU 

6,515 

25.018 

12,858 

15,952 

19 

805 

1,850 



(Iat-ato^ Jmtue SOn 189S» 



J. P. Vendrouox, 

Coneular Agenk 



5^ 



COMMEBCUL RELATIONS. 



KICK. 

Commere$ and navigaiiamfor ths odUiUUw ytar 1899. 

IMPOfiTS. 



Articles. 



Bnn 

CarolM 

Charooal 

Cheote 

Coftl 

Hemp 

Hoops 

Lumber 

Maize 

Meat salted 

Oil, olive 

Pastes (Macaroni, etc.) . 

Bice 

Staves 

Stockfish 



Vesetables, dry 

Wine: 

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nor 




table wine. 



Total. 



Quantity. 



Ttma.Ckot. 

L8 9 

2,356 ]9 

i.oe? 4 

6 10 

42,829 10 

34 8 

100 10 

2,687 2 

851 

1 

4,045 

1 



8 
5 

6 



7 10 

477 2 

137 11 

19 6 

10,463 10 

42 7 

11,187 2 



Value 
entered. 



$563.68 

85,354.58 

21,344.24 

1,061.80 

277,001.93 

5.328.28 

5, 526. 73 

120,918.28 

14,046.64 

385.02 

1.294,547.52 

153.72 

4,125.00 

28.855.20 

19,256.72 

1,-351.00 

429,003.41 

14,824.60 
894,969.44 



Whence imported. 



8,164,587.79 



Italy. 
Turkey. 
Italv. 

Holland, Italy. 
Enslona, 

Do. 
Austria, Rumania, BussIa. 
lUly. 

Eneland, Oermany, Italy. 
Itely, Spain, Tunis. 
Italy. 

Do. 

Do. 
Eneland, Oermany, Norway. 

Algeria, Russia, Turkey. 

Italy, Spain, Tiirkey. 
Algeria, Greece, Italy, Sp 
Tunis, Turkey. 



Duties oollected, $266,542. 



EXP0BT8. 



Articles. 



Casks 

Coal 

Cork, wrought . •••• 

Flour 

FruiU 

Glassware 

Lamber 

Oils: 

OUve 

Seed 

Perfumery 

Plaster 

Potatoes 

Pottery 

Sea biscuits 

Soap 

Tiles and bricks 

Vegetables, dry 

Wines: 

Liquor 

Oruinary table wine. 

Total 



Quantity. 



Tcnn. (hot. 

Wl 

7.100 

25 

225 

83 

230 

202 12 



12 



12 
12 



84 



2 

1,876 

10 

1,117 

15 

30 

*997 847 



Value, in- 
cluding costs 
and cbargeiB. 



$25,362.30 
46. 152. 28 
2, 513. 70 
2,025.00 
1,G44.00 
18, 880. 50 
9, 080. 58 

26,599.04 

112.40 

4,916.00 

1,075.99 

373.60 

100, 576. 62 

1, 595. 22 

8,919.50 

9, 978. 47 

134.68 

339.90 
4,158.56 



260,345.84 



Whither exported. 



Algeria, Italy, Spain. 
Austria, Italy. 
Italy. 

Do. 

Do. 
Algeria, Italy. 
Italy, Tunis. 

Italy. Bossia, Tnrk^. 

England. 

Italy. 

Algeria, Italy. 

Italy. 

Algeria. Italy. 

ItaJy, Turkey. 

Algeria, Italy. 

Do. 
Italy. 

Algeria, Italy. 
Do. 



« Number. 



EUBOP£ — ^FBANCE. 



67 



and navigation Jor ike calendar year 189B — ContiAued. 

NAVIGATION. 



flag. 



Entered. 


Clo 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


6 


2,284 


6 


24 


24.804 


24 


87 


21,509 


96 


5 


1.396 


4 


U7 


17,246 


147 


18 


6,137 


14 


18 


2,451 


17 


1 


466 


1 


1 


476 


1 


ei6 


102,719 


617 


917 


178, 157 


927 



ta^A 

Froicli.. 

Greek 

Italian 

Konregian 

SptnisE 

Svedish 

Tnrkirfi 

Gowting trade, including Algeria 

Total 



Ton». 

2,825 
22,767 
24,826 

1,421 
18,836 

6,774 

2,407 

411 

476 

97,285 



176, 617 



HiODi^ JwnaSO, 1S93. 



AUBXANDES YlAL, 

Vioe-ComuL 



'ROTTEN. 



MOVEMENT OF THE POBT. 



The movement of the port for the year ended June 30, 1893, indicates a great decline 
from thai of the previouB year, although the shipments were nearly the same. 
231,197 tons, against 231,972 tons in 1891. 

Variona causes contributed to this decrease. During the last months of the year 
1891 the importations increased to such a degree as to tax the capacity of the port 
to its Aill extent. This spasmodic effort was mode to avoid the increased duties 
under a new tariff on some articles, Spanish wine especially. 

The favorable crops of 1892 in France restrained to' an unusual degree the imports 
of cereals, which is a leading traffic of this port. 

The tonnage of the port has so steadily advanced from year to year that, in addi- 
tion to the extensive docks for reiiairs, a favorable site has been selected upon which 
I large shipbuilding dock will be fitted up. 

Hie chamber of commerce of Rouen have erected a clock tower which gives the 
time on three sides and the height of the tide on the fourth, namely, that fronting 
tiie harbor. The tide indicator consists essentially of a float which, by means of a 
cord and counter weight hung on a drum, works a series of shafts with bevel- wheel 
niring, and moves a hand or pointer on a dial like that of a dock, marked with 
me necessary figures to show the level of the tide. The dials are of opal glass and 
are illuminated at night. The clock has an apparatus for distributing the time to 
other dooka in Rouen, and also for unifying the time after the method adopted in 
Paria. 

IMPROVEMENT OF THE POET. 

During the year 1892 the service of the navigation of the Seine expended the fol- 
lowing suma : 

Francs. 

For ttia eocieoaion and improvement of tho port of Bonen (law of 1885) 480,000 

For the maritime servioe, decree of July, 1879 9>^^ 

Law of Hay 29, 1883 795,800 

IMal 1.285,000 

The total expenditure since the beginning has been : 

Franoa. 

LawofMarelill.1885-.. *»!??• 25X22 

«aof JulTl5,187^. 2,534,002.72 

efMaj^,iaB3 6.«34.112.79 

Ttttri. («,893,a80) 13,»54.71fi.51 



58 COMMERCIAL BELATIONS. 

Ae flttiiig np of the basins for wood and petroleam has been oompletad. 

There is a plan on foot to extend the petroleom bsisins. 

The improvement of the Seine ia comparatiyely slow, being oartailed for want of 
means, and this state of affairs most continue so long as army requirements are so 
pressing. 

The docks of Bouen are furrowed by railways, and for years the transhipment of 
merchandise has been effected by a variety of apparatus suited and altered to meet 
the increasing demand. For a long time pontoon cranes and cranes on rails and 
stationary cranes have been in use. The chamber of commerce has erected fifteen 
hydraulic cranes^ distributed on each side of the river, which are provided with a 
special accumulator. 

A NSW LINB OF STJE^AMXBS. 

A line of steamers plying between Bouen and Montreal, touching at La Bochelle 
for freight and passengers, has been inaugurated. The Olbia left nere on the 24th 
of Auffust, taking out cabin and steerage passengers and freight. It is the inten- 
tion of this Canadian-French line to dispatch a steamer per month on this route dur- 
ing the summer season, and to land passengers and freight at Halifax during the 
winter season. 

The Olbia is daily expected on its return voyage, and expects to leave here on the 
8th of October. Three hundred steerage passengers are already engaged. This 
line, properly managed, must be profitable and advantageous to the countries and 
individuals interested. 

The establishment of a similar line between Bouen an^ the United States would 
greatly assist trade between the two countries. The passenger traffic would be no 
small item, as there is a large class of travelers desirous of a long sea voyage to 
afford rest, which is only obtainable when letters and telegrams can not reach &em. 

PBTROLBUM. 

Arrangements are in progress, as before mentioned, for increasing the capacity of 
the petroleum basin, which was no sooner completed than found to be insufficient to 
accommodate the growing trade. 

In addition to refineries which have been long established, and have extended their 
lines from year to year, the Standard Oil Company are well advanced in erecting 
works which will materially augment the output of refined oil. 

This establishment will do more than simply refine the crude oil, as it must teach 
the French refiners that a good article is more saleable than an indifferent one. 

The protection given by the Government to colza, and other vegetable oils cir- 
cumscribes their use, and is of no practical benefit to the farmer. Kerosene oil is 
becoming more and more popular. 

SASTTABY ACTIONS. 

The freedom of intercourse between France and America has been greatly cur- 
tailed by the rumors (false in most instances and without the slightest foundation) 
of the prevalence of cholera in this and other districts which were perfectly free from 
the scourge. 

The Judicious sanitary precautions especially the economic enactments of the new 
law, have been successiul in preventing any contagious disease from entering; while 
under the consular supervision, criminals and paupers have been denied passage. 

The precautions in both of these respects taken by the Netherlands-American line 
touching at Boulogne-sur-Mer entitle them to public confidence. 

CROPS, CATTLB, AND INDUSTRY. 

The crops of wheat and oats for this year although stated to be nearly up to the 
average, may disappoint the farmers on thrashing, llie straw is i^ort. The hay 
crop is almost a failure. 

Forage for cattle must be brought into the country although the root crop has 
yielded well. 

The cattle are brought to market at such a rate as to reduce the price of meat 
materially (to the butcher) and to threaten a deficiency later in the season. Vege- 
table and dairy products have advanced in price, while coal, should the strikes con- 
tinue, will be a luxury. 

Factories must soon shut down, and the winter become a hard struggle for life. 

The various industries of the locality have had no reason to complain, and the 
jMrluM been one aignaliied by no great gains or losses. 



BUBOPE — FRANCK. 



59 



TRADE WITH THS XmiTXD STATE& 
ImporU ol Bourne firom ike United State§ during ike year ending June SO, 189S, 



AWJftlia- 



SiltniMt: 

Pork ponndA. 

B«ttf and other meftte do... 

LHd do... 

QaU do... 

Iidiancorm do... 

Apples and paars for older loeMee, 

pound* 

Xnte... ponnds. 

Lucerne end eloTer seed do... 

Coffee do... 

Wood, for Iroilding (oak escoepted) 

ponnds 

Cbpbo»rditt|c (oak exoepted)poaods . 

LfO^ and fii^ote do... 

Cotton do... 



Quantity. 



1,331 


19,324 


8, 567 


11,152,101 


286 


46,260,807 


5,209 


83 


4,303 


17,016 


6,883,913 


43,483 


89,771 


1,781 



Articles. 



Forage pounds. 

Oil cakes do. . . 

Kutu, iu casks gallons. 

Spirits, in bottles do... 

Oils pounds. 

Lamp chimneys do... 

Bottles do... 

Juto do... 

Steam engines do... 

Printing machines do... 

Engine tools do... 

Brat»s srtides do... 

General machinery do... 

Cooperate, articles of wood: 

Bobbins, for spinning do. .. 

Other articles do. . 

Rubber mAterial for cords do. . . 



Quantity. 



165 

6.067,365 

167 

2 

125,006,670 

65 

26 

20,284 

2,068 

21 

6^270 

85 

30 

17,349 

2,808 

61 



Statement ekawing ike value of declared exporte from the ooneular dietriot of Rouen, 
Framoej to the United Statee of America, during the year ending June SO, 1S93, 



Artleles. 



Bristles and hmahes .... 

GMamels 

Chalk, block 

Chemioala 

Oaotila 

Smpty grain sacks 

Empty petroleum casks. 

Flour 

<»oTee 

Glyesrlne 

Hatters* fkizs 



and tulles 

ladies drees goods. . 

Isstings 

Leather, patent 

Xaehinery 

Xsekeiel 

Musical instruments 

00 poppy 

Sags 

SSL 

SOk^iaw 



Utreeht Telret 
Woolen doth. . 

Vool 

Wool waste... 



Quarter endings 



Sept 80, 1802. 



11,567.00 

"i'sao.'ii 



6, 300. 00 

800.00 

11, 706. 00 



007.02 

2,600.00 

423,838.82 



5,85L06 



7,476.68 
4,71L00 



05.00 
8,018.30 



13, 605. 17 



1,310.96 
1,683.76 



Deo. 81, 1882. 



06,844.60 



450.00 
124.00 



4,250.00 
i,' 675." 60 



641.405.30 
650.' 28 



8,625.00 
170.00 



21,107.07 
'*5,'i85.48 



862.02 



Mar. 81, 1808. 



$2,804.00 
201. 02 
4, 254. 00 
2, 222. 02 
174. 60 
2,200.00 
8,000.00 



7,42L00 



848,800.00 



2.020.88 
52L80 



8.038.33 



2,320.00 
206.08 
606.04 



1,374.12 
8,038.83 



June 30, 1883. 



Oi,4iaoo 



007.00 
10,819.67 



465.306.78 



416.85 
86L30 



2,420.44 
'3,*860'37 
*"*886."i6 



2,260.85 

600.33 

8,820.00 



Total. 



$12, 116. 00 

264.02 

4,704.00 

6, 186. 83 

174.60 

3,200.00 

8,800.00 

890.00 

34,293.00 

10,819.07 

6,673.52 

2,600.00 

2,870,03L25 



0,856.67 

882.60 

7,475.63 

18, 236. 00 

5,628.76 

95.00 

35, 405. 73 

200. 98 

10,533.64 



3,634.97 
5, 912. 04 
5,513.66 



Works oi art. 



Total 

Total for preceding year. . 

xncrease ....... .......... 



950.00 



050.00 



402,870.52 
539,676.38 



606.809.10 
540. 257. 27 



8^5,166.40 
863,841.78 



46,706.86 



146.641.83 



21, 324. 62 



402, 6.37. 54 
390, 329. 34 



2. 666, 582. 56 
2, 343, 104. 77 



102,308.20 



223, 477. 79 



BOCKN^ FbaKGB, June SO, 189S. 



Ghas. p. Williams, 

Coneuh 



60 



COHMEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



GERMANT. 

JSsEportf d/dclaredfwr ike TJwiUd StaiM. 
ANKABEBO. 



AffM^Hh 



Aniline djM 

BaakeU 

Brushes 

Gloves and glove leather 

Laces and tidies 

Laceoortalns 

Misoellaneoas 

Paper 

To vs and wooden ware 

Trimmings, embroideries, and 
fringes 



Total. 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1898 



$2,825.70 

1, 247. 40 

2,781.96 

104,261.46 

6, 649. 80 

18. 822. 26 
3.631.70 

23,398.45 

11, 352. 85 

613,990.45 



688.068.00 



Deo. 31, 1898 



|1. 031. 10 

1, 277. 50 

1, 636. 90 

138,848.20 

16, 149. 65 

11, 702. 80 

384.20 

23, 173. 16 

1,660.25 

189,082.85 



804,006.60 



Mar. 81, 1888 



$2,090.00 

1, 694. 75 

134. 405. 15 

8, S92. 85 

18, 304. 85 

720.55 

16,784.95 

558.40 

426,535.10 



609,495.60 



June 80, 1808 



$906.85 

1,140.70 

1,287.15 

116,462.86 

6,649.45 

11, 075. 90 

1, 474. 05 

23,317.85 

82, 194. 10 

186,752.70 



879,708.60 



Total. 



$4,768.65 

5, 761. 60 

7, 400. 75 

493,977.05 

36,741.75 

60,665.80 

0. 220. 40 

86, 674. 40 

45, 765. 00 

1,325,867.10 



2,072,238.70 



BBEMBN AND AGEKCIEa * 



Animals, birds, horses 

Bedfeathers, downs 

Beet sugar 

Books, weet musio, eto 

Cement 

Drugs and oheoiicals 

Glsssware 

Personal effeots 

Provisions 

Bags and paper stook 

Bloe and nee flour 

Sundries 

Tobacco 

Whisky 

Willow, straw, and wooden 

ware 

Wine, beer, and liquors 

Wool 

Woolens 

Wool grease 

Woolen yam > 



Total 

Total for preooding year. 



Inorease . 
Decrease. 



$2,676.90 



3,004.27 

6,828.14 

14.428.27 

13, 901. 21 



4,404.00 



360, 446. 03 

4,002,38 

118,940.74 

5U, 4U1. 97 

16, 180. 61 
31, 787. 82 
10,298.20 



$12,625.80 
8.611.66 



6,554.28 

8,070.79 

11,268.59 

24,538.36 



$7,036.01 
b, 372. 62 

47,854.90 
3,544.77 
3,298.44 

19, 561. 73 

28,652.06 



6,008.05 

322. 121. 34 

13, 203. 01 

32, G28. 02 

181,749.87 

17,968.96 

38,197.49 

7,895.61 

8,708.62 



6,637.42 



637,200.85 
600,101.60 



697, 090. 04 
506,441.62 



62.900.84 



190,648.43 



10,27.5.40 

228,458.34 

12, 007. 67 

5, 416. 64 

87,939.67 

18,447.24 
82,925.12 



611, 391. 40 
488, 908. 23 



22,423.17 



$22,646.86 
2,618.24 



3,666.87 
32,467.25 

6,046.56 
21.163.78 
1^,034.96 



4,488.68 
229, 260. 16 

12, 786. 82 
266, 418, 39 

36,095.70 

15,232.73 

49, 720. 08 

3, 371. 27 

4, 163. 57 

10,207.58 

1,148.35 



$44. 
10, 
47, 

16. 

45, 

62, 

88. 

12, 
4, 

19, 
1,140, 

43, 
423, 
356, 



881.56 
0U2.41 
854.90 
770. 19 
564.62 
205. 15 
256.29 
034.95 
404.90 
773.03 
285.87 
480.73 
404.39 
187.20 



67,829.43 

152,630.01 

21,065.14 

7, 872. 09 
10, 207. 58 

8,785.77 



734,410.02 
828,380.40 



2, 580, 009. 21 
2,513,891.94 



93,963.48 



66,207.27 



* Brake— Xordenhamm, and Geestemuude. 
BBESLAU. 



Brushes 

Cellulose, sulphite, pulp 

Chemicals 

Chromes, books, fancy paper, etc. 

Glue 

Leather gloves and glove leather 

Linen, imxed linen, union and 
cotton goods 

Miscellaneous or sundries 

Picture frames 

Porcelain and glassware 

Porcelain, ziuc-lined iron cook- 
ing utensils 

Silk mixed goods 

Sugar 

TinfoU 

Toys 

Wfllows 



Woolen gifOds 
Zinodnst ..... 



Total 

Total for preceding year . . 



$9, 567. 10 

59, 067. 33 

5, 594. 64 

11,818.07 



228,128.84 

241,368.71 

7, 840. 47 

4, 441. 26 

76,212.52 

7,195.92 
103,330.27 
63, 698. 33 
7,038.12 
8,833.61 
3,043.94 



8, 188. 19 



834, 416. 72 
822,038.87 



12,877.86 



$4,778.36 

551.36 

9, 377. 50 

4,059.63 



224, 229. 87 

188,206.26 

14,511.67 

2,910.93 

41,206.00 



129,808.66 
"i," 068*84 



15,241.00 
11,383,87 



706,916.57 
697,437.32 



108,470.26 



$7. 733. 24 

40.639.11 

12, 809. 69 

3,788.55 

3,625.58 

261, 198. 68 

191,772.92 

11,698.21 

1.011.76 

46,894.02 



155, 500. 11 



2,660.36 
1,674.76 



6,742.43 
13,084.70 



750, 334. 11 
506,684.00 



868,740.81 



$10,234.41 

52.566.08 

300,501.29 

9,094.44 

877.38 

217,004.68 

148,624.65 

23,327.05 

1,614.69 

60,260.74 



83,847.06 



4,940.30 
8,798.63 



17,394.74 
10,638.68 



933, 114. 62 
654,752.90 



878,86L68 



$32, 313. 10 
152.823.82 
328,283.08 
29,460.68 
4,502.06 
930,561.47 

760,972.64 

67,877.40 

0.978.64 

888,072.28 

7,196.92 
471,386.00 
63,689.33 
19,757.62 
18.301.90 
3,04.1.94 
89,378.26 
43,190.88 



8,188,28.887 



EDROPE— GERMANT. 



61 



Mxpcrti deefartdfar ik$ United 5<afM— Continned. 

BRUNSWICK. 



Artiole«. 



Aaphalt 

BinliS live 

itooks 

Oeownt 

Clwiiiicals 

Feathers 

61am 

(ilorea, leather 

6nr»se 

HaiD«, etc 

India-rubber goodn . . 

Inks and colors 

Maoarp, salt 

Mi8oellan«>onji 

Muriate of potash . . . 
Prepai^d regetables. 

Sags 

Salmiae 

S«gar, beet 

Textiles 

Wool 



Total 

Total for preeeding year. 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



18,339.40 
19, 059. 00 
11.9M.90 

108, 092. 19 

K>, 287. 77 

12, 920. 28 

9, 2<)5. 80 

123. &i;3. 88 
20,954.59 



10,000.06 



14,r28.74 
22.807.50 
8U, 320. 31 

8.719.01 
84,179.40 

0,400.10 
33, 812. 40 
25,512.70- 

8,881.73 



704,658.02 
072, 080. 21 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



82,478.41 



115, 783. 35 

28. 950. 29 

10, 9 IS. 49 

04, U12. 18 

00, 950. 33 

21.882.91 

13, 900. 18 

02, 170. 80 

9, 381. 19 

7, 321. 58 

9.348.88 

5, 052. 73 

5,200.57 

38, 302. 48 

114,580.18 

8, 123. 89 

222,119.98 



293,453.51 
21. 907. 08 



1,011,508.51 
579, 091. 55 



482,414.98 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$27,441.59 
22, 448. 57 
22, 872. SO 
70. 859. 32 
81, 835. 00 



17, 757. 08 
119,317.25 



8,708.52 
7, 885. 30 



88,202.28 
57,970.01 



283,240.87 



702,921.72 

33.209.42 

8, 508. 40 



June 30, 1893. 



1,597,244.83 
490,200.71 



1,101,043.82 



$9, 340. 29 

3,313.40 

12, 905. 75 

183. 570. 83 

27, 794. 55 

4, 030. 80 
18, 039. 00 
87, 333. 73 

8, 378. 63 

558.00 

18,024.04 

18,122.50 

7, 220. 95 
11, 780. 81 
29,573.58 



07,808.58 
2,208.17 
4, 132. 85 

37, 588. 37 
484.80 



TotaL 



$58, 
74. 
58, 

492, 

225. 
38, 
59, 

872, 
83, 
18. 
40, 
23, 
27, 

in, 

282, 
14, 

887, 

8, 

1,124. 

118, 

15. 



004.83 
077. 86 
(i\Ki. 09 
534. 50 
H73. 0.1 
S3». 99 
052. 06 
885.08 
694. 41 
580.10 
952.30 
174. 23 
158.28 
183.12 
450. 08 
842.00 
340.28 
698.27 
320.57 
2.57.61 
874.99 



552,189.58 
503, 355. 71 



3, 885, 499. 04 
2. 250, 728. 18 



48,833.87 



1,614,770.88 



OOBURO. 



Artioles. 



Baskets 

DoUsand toys 

Drugs, chemicals, painta.ofdors. 

Glassware 

GloTes, kid and others 

Gums 

Mineral waters 

Psper articles, buttons, papier- 



Pweelain and stone ware. 

Oste pencils 

Saokern' articles 

Steel and iron ware 

'Wine, beer, brandies 

Wooden ware 

^*f — ^'- — 

Sondiies 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Qnarter ending- 



Dec. 81, 1892. 



Decrease* 



$1,888.45 

133. 280. 15 

8.481.29 

21,918.48 

5,616.28 

6,794.80 

826.12 

7.414.78 

84,964.24 

4,844.29 



4,391.88 
7, 186. 30 



486.03 



285, 053. 95 J 
579, 639. 25 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



•921.70 

99,603.18 

6, 474. 80 

16, 234. 47 

4,072.55 

1,412.17 



6,942.57 
93,076.49 
5,200.10 
188.78 
6,629.97 
8,577.73 
8,803.64 



582.18 



June 30, 1893. 



$2,738.93 

403, 576. 13 

7. 045. 42 

17,207.78 

5, 127. 15 

2,830.86 



8,771.21 

262,984.71 

18,264.04 

18&76 

6,652.68 

8,046.67 

8,227.14 

2,573.68 

798.48 



294,585.80 



252,780.49 
629,570.62 



742,831.64 
863,812.64 



276,798.18 



111,180.90 



Sept 30, 1893. 



$2,358.21 

506, 133. 43 

4, 812. 08 

29,540.95 
7,570.29 
8, 172. 78 



13, 825. 95 

332, 228. 08 

6,754.75 



4,267.70 
7,835.59 
1,493.22 
8,770.18 
1, 807. 21 



1,017.068.88 
994.635.88 



22,533.66 



TotaL 



$7,006.88 
1,232,872.88 
25,413.50 
84.901.68 
22,:)86.27 
18,210.81 
826.18 

84,054.61 

773,253.60 

29,123.27 

877.52 

10,942.21 

81,646.29 

8,524.00 

9,810.77 

2,885.87 



2,297,534.90 
8,967,688.78 



860,028.77 



* The large decrease sbown in this statement is dae to the creation of independent oommeroial agen> 
iiei at Brfnrt and Bamberg, reducing the amount of 



exports ac this consulate. 



62 



COMMEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



Sa^orts declared for the United Statea — Continued. 

CREFELD. 



Articles. 



Articles of arfc, oil paintingt, etc. 

Buttons and button etafle 

Cotton goods 

Chemicals and dyes 

Hatbands 

Liqnorsand wines 

Miscellaneous 

Plush goods: 

Silk 

Cotton 

Paper ware and labels 

Bawsilk 

Bibbons : 

Velvet 

HalfsUk 

Soap 

Satins 

Silk goods 

Silk and cotton mixed goods — 
Steel and iron machinery, wire, 

etc 

Velvet goods : 

Silk 

Cotton 

Woolen and silk goods , 



Total , 

Total for preceding year. 



Increase 
Decrease 



Quarter ending — 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$351.80 
414.06 
7,419.33 
5,674.59 
4,668.67 
2,323.97 
143.03 

10,499.08 



16,504.01 
6,084.71 

27,935.86 
1, 734. 38 
5,720.56 



52, 150. 15 
170,560.42 

4,660.32 

686,463.51 
36,26L88 



1, 039, 560. 38 
1, 140, 685. 71 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



1136.20 
268.10 
5,338.07 
5,813.20 
2,321.96 
5, 365. 90 
1,436.41 

6,388.07 



23,668.19 
10, 253. U 

81,240.48 

U, 853. 64 

6,862.38 



81,477.22 
235,999.16 

4,20L61 

407,220.49 

25,521.67 

353.85 



864,809.21 
603,630.68 



101,116.33 



261, 178. 53 



Mar. 31, 1883. 



$236.13 
3,589.60 
9, 823. 51 
1,126.39 
4,755.52 



13,753.30 

106.50 

21,884.04 

7,186.50 

81,681.10 

28,784.86 

8,467.05 



32,601.52 
253,152.60 

2,190.70 

600, 734. 80 
28,836.92 



1,044,091.04 
579, 003. 18 



466,087.86 



June 30, 1893. 



$721.62 

182.33 

16, 763. 11 

11,162.03 

244.02 

6,030.61 

. 287.92 

78,436.94 

105.40 

18,771.08 

.14,848.20 

17,904.00 

1,125.30 

2,786.96 

549.64 

93,593.85 

423,010.42 

2,177.96 

540,480.70 

15, 261. 57 

643.22 



1,241,017.78 
780,740.10 



610,277.69 



TaCaL 



$1,200.62 
1,101.22 

33, 110. 11 

32,473.33 
8,361.04 

18, 376. 00 
1,877.36 

103,077.89 

301.90 

80. 827. 33 

88,372.52 

108,762.34 

43,488.18 

18,836.94 

649.64 

960.912.74 

1,082.742.60 

18,828.50 

2,234,889.50 

105,871.49 

006.57 



4,188.487.41 
3,064,058.76 



1,135,427.65 



DANTZIC. 



Amber 

Books 

Brass wares .. 

Cattle hair 

Cement 

Clover, white . 
Dried flowers . 

Liquors 

Poppy seed ... 
Smoked geese. 

Sugar 

Toys 



Total 



$3,684.50 



1,446.54 



157.43 



73, 159. 18 



78,447.75 



$2,627.28 
870.55 



47.06 



821. 14 
675. 18 



5,04L22 



$3,229.76 
653.70 
105.62 



1, 396. 70 
813. 18 



136, 666. 80 
109.32 



136,876.08 



$380.48 
1,07L38 



1,461.88 



$8,832^13 

2,505.64 

105.62 

1,446.54 

1.396w70 

813. 18 

47.06 

157.43 

821.14 

675.18 

203,825.99 

100.32 



221,825.83 



DBBSDEK. 



Artificial flowers 

Battery of artillery 

Books 

Buttons 

China and earthen ware 

Cotton goods 

Drugs 

Bgg albumen and yolks 

Fancy goods 

Glassware 

Linen and haJI linen goods .... 

Machinery 

Metal leaf 

Musical instruments and mu- 
sical ware 

Paper and paper ware 

Photographic paper 

Bags 

Straw braids , 



$23,886.13 



16,194.50 
6, 426. 13 

78, C69. 64 
8, 146. 68 

20,656.23 



8,730.49 

36, 697. 55 

222,565.58 



8,249.63 

6,814.65 
14,122.74 
75, 536. 95 
18,009.66 



$53,270.71 



21, 865. 11 
6, 635. 31 

48, 376. 50 
8,587.17 
8, 292. 61 
8, 226. 05 

10, 155. 87 

43, 526. 87 
208.166.37 



7,892.51 



15, 190. 07 

52,265.32 

6,655.10 

7,a06L88 



$19,597.37 



31,332.06 
4, 963. 23 

31,003.75 
5.030.24 

14, 252. 40 
3, 330. 02 
6,677.54 

24, 716. 12 
264, 197. 28 



3,747.30 



7,871.15 
29,718.69 
17,792.54 
12,784.60 



$3,434.66 

4,478.04 
18,681.90 

4, 796. 16 
49, 852. 67 

1,882.46 
26,427.06 

2,501.43 

18,210.07 

43,925.22 

182,763.68 

4,374.00 
46445 



11,605.60 

21,850.79 

15, 085. 13 

6,459.30 



$100,188.88 

4,478.04 

88,573.63 

22,820.83 

202,002.56 

18,646.56 

08,628.30 

14,058.40 

43,778,87 

148,886.71 

8n,092.81 

4,374.00 

20,443.89 

0,814.56 

48, 879. 56 

178,380.66 

67, 542. 43 

25,460.78 



ETTBOPE— GEBMANT. 



63 



lSxp&r1$ deeUred for the United State* — Continneo, 

DRESDEN'-'Continaed. 



Artielea. 



ftmr pnlp 

Tobaeeo and cigarettes. 

Waod pulp 

Waste, entton 

Wo0iflD goods 



UadxU 



Total 

Total for preceding yew . 



Qniurter ending- 



Sept 80. 1892. 



|25,05B.» 



10,730.41 

2,980.38 

6.352.37 

13,013.07 

26,388.47 



619.227.37 
641.818.47 



77,406.90 



Dee. 81, 1892. 



116.446.76 
7,150.43 
8.835.46 
21,943,64 
10,016.74 
34, 281. 05 
31.301.82 



635.887.70 
539,257.16 



96,630.66 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$20,386.64 



21,967.43 



17.144.71 
35,220.73 



571.734.60 
620,788.66 



60,961.11 



Jane 30, 1893. 



$7,809.93 
1,866.99 



21.514.66 
6. 101. 96 
8,611.21 

24,190.63 



485,965.84 
664,779.32 



68,813.48 



TotaL 



$09,701.64 
9,006.42 
19, 565. 87 
68,406.01 
21.471.06 
73,050.04 

117,099.05 



2,312,815.57 
2, 156. 638. 49 



166,177.08 



DUSSELDOBF. 



Aitista colors. 

Ittttera 

Books 



fiotUcs, omptY 

ftsids, btnduigB, and trim- 
mings 

BsttonstaflSi 

Gaps and cartridges 

ClMmieala and dyes 

Chnrch robes and ornaments. . 

CooUag ntensils 

Cotlery 



Hardware 

Heosehold effects 

IJHtnimeots, mnsical . 
lartium e n ts, snzgloal. 
Iron and sted 



MacUnory and parts of 

MiMval water 

Pafartiags (oil and water color) , 

Fjner, parchment 

SOk and cotton mixed goods... 
Toraand fancy goods 



Wtoo 

WoolflDS and woolen mixed 



gooda .. 
MiaeeUani 



eons. 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 



$2,206.76 



17,400.34 

2,615.67 

2,003.13 

6,818.86 

8,404.82 

78.54 

763.23 

109,647.97 

6.71 

8,223.88 

164.70 



2,286.18 
1,727.20 

211.96 
2,696.98 

918.75 

2,616.86 

4,766.06 

23,438.61 

2.42 

2,850.66 

621.96 



6*169.47 



201,996.27 
117,557.83 



84,438.44 



$3,059.02 
220.44 
107.10 

16,910.02 

6,098.96 

1«919.63 

2,621.66 

10,120.85 



267.00 

185,828.49 

212.16 

8,601.95 

76.88 

154.39 

6,847.26 

2,454.62 

211.96 

1,837.81 

918.75 

8,929.53 

12,162.86 

27,596.86 



11,607.51 
624.02 

662.24 

754.98 



808,596.96 
130,867.88 



172,729.08 



$3,667.70 



80.262.18 

7.245.80 

556.10 

2,470.44 

6,161.00 



256,273.59 

242.16 

10,076.91 



4,496.07 
8,638.07 



770.89 

697.64 

948.09 

17,894.42 

24,476.83 



2.893.16 
1,116.96 

1,239.49 
18,070.10 



892,087.89 
148, 281. 03 



243,806.86 



$1,928.97 



258.64 
S, 661. 96 



8,387.46 
6*634.04 



8.950.82 

184.785.41 

153.15 

6,291.90 

4,165.00 

199.30 

8,600.26 

8,286.26 

94.83 

1, 160. 16 

1,705.74 

342.69 

11,051.62 

16,898.91 



189.82 

1,761.20 
8. 178. 09 



283.482.22 
168,226.75 



115,255.47 



$10,852.44 

220.44 

365.74 

88,124.50 

16,660.43 

4,478.86 

16, 198. 41 

80,320.71 

78.54 

4.990.06 

736, 535. 46 

613. 18 

23,194.64 

4.396.59 

853.69 

16.598.72 

16.106.05 

518.75 

6,464.29 

4,140.78 

12, 737. 17 

45,873.05 

92,411.11 

2.42 

16,76o!22 

2,652.77 

4.542.79 
28, 170. 64 



1. 181. 163. 34 
564.933.49 



616,229.86 



XBFTTRT. 



GUna 

Cotton and woolen eoods — 
DmgB, colore, and cnemicala 

Glores 

Hair 

UqnoTB 

Xetal goods 

Hinerals r..... 

Miacellaneons 

Bdendflc iniitmments 

Seeds and plants 

Smokers* articles..-- 

Toys 

Watches 

wooden wars ..•.••«••-••>•• 



Total. 



$67,097.18 

14. 174. 14 

7, 376. 29 

7,863.97 

965.31 

1,670.55 

1,650.62 

7,647.62 

503.78 

7,977.02 

11,680.63 

3,464.64 

126,529.38 

18,211.88 

1,128.44 



262,968.40 



$25,073.96 

3,672.72 

8,502.80 

7,847.93 

931.11 



2,068.10 

6,236.18 
839.23 

1, 333. 63 
68,530.64 

1,716.41 
46,343.36 

1,959.43 



165, 055. 50 



$15,545.25 
2,632.53 

4,978.50 
3.610.03 
2,138.98 
450.70 
1,298.47 
9,272.47 
624.97 
8,400.50 

19,018.58 
1,845. 15 

11,907.92 
2,210.75 



$68,305.20 

22,441.61 

18. 249. 80 

4,072.92 

848.09 

752. 30 

1,705.52 

6, 313. 03 

1. 395. 44 

6, 142. 17 

383.90 

6, 057. 72 

89.170.03 

13, 193. 96 



78. 434. 80 



233. 032. 29 



$1««. 
49. 
84. 
23, 

k 

e. 

29, 

3, 

18, 

89, 

11, 

273, 

30, 

1. 



021.64 
921.00 
107. 39 
304.86 
874.09 
873.55 
722.71 
496.30 
363.42 
853. 32 
622.76 
583.92 
950.69 
570.02 
129.44 



739,490.99 



64 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



SxporU deelaredfar the United jSftote*— Continued. 

ESS1&N. 



Artioles. 



Books..'. 

Bottles, empty 

Chemicals and dyes 

Church robes and ornaments... 

Glass, beveled and plate 

Hams, bacon, and sausage 

Hardware 

Iron and steel 

Italian cloth 

Machinery and parts of 

Plush goods 

Shirt bosoms, linen and cotton. 

Shoe strings 

Toys and fancy goods 

Ultramarine 

Wine 

Woolen cloth 

Mlscellaneoua , 



Total 

Total for preceding year. . 



Increase. 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$3,026.82 

667.12 

9,543.64 



828.27 
41, 082. 67 

320.24 
08,102.59 



402.14 
2,358.40 
1,605.04 
1,223.03 

142. 87 

88,651.92 

3,636.13 



200,987.28 
164, 500. 34 



86,396.94 



Bee. 81, 1892. 



$612. 41 

2, 359. 23 

10,176.41 

829.63 

964.77 



64,003.62 

142.80 

72,046.57 



4, 850. 38 

967.42 

8,738.85 



83,628.94 
702.06 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



1732.12 



16,528.12 
n6.78 



1. 537. 47 

39, 774. 33 

475.08 

161, 257. 26 



2,250.54 

1, 524. 79 

814.56 

151.09 



35,973.15 
a, 142. 00 



194,122.09 
156,112.91 



88,000.18 



263, 037. 29 
139,447.84 



124,489.46 



June 30, 1803. 



$655.41 

377.23 

17,538.52 



51, 300. 19 

687.07 

94,070.73 

904.16 

2, 137. 51 

157.71 

1,542.10 

366.58 



20,28L90 
486.71 



190. 505. 88 
184,560.86 



5,945.03 



Total 



$5,0J 
8.8! 

58, 7f 

1.1C 

W 

1,81 



l.« 
425,4*; 
9( 
4.71 
8,4( 
4,K 
5,4'; 

128,5: 
6,9( 



644,7] 



204,84 



FRANXFORT ONTHE-MAIN. 



Baskets 

Albums, books, photographB,etc, 

Brushes 

Buttons 

Clay...'. 

China, porcelain, and glassirare 

Cloth 

Cement 

Colored, photographic, and al- 
bumen paper 

Coins 

Bownn and feathers 

Dyes, drugs, and chemicals 

Fancy goods and toys 

Fancy paper 

Hatters' lur 



Hair, prepared and raw. 
Hare's hair 



Hops 

Ironware 

Instruments 

Leather, hides, and skins 

Leather goods 

Linen, woolen, and cotton goods 

Machinery and tools 

Mineral water 

Music, musical strings, and in- 
struments 

Optical goods 

Oil paintings 

Platina wire and platinum 

Prunes, nuts, land produce, etc. 

Seeds and plants 

Silk and sine goods 

Slipper forms 

SmoKers' articles 

Soap 

Silverware 

Sausages 

Skin wool 

Sugar 

Steel (manufactured) 

Sundries 

Tinsel thread 

Wine, liouors, etc 

Watch glasses 

Ashes tuis 

Rags 



Total 

Total for preceding year . 

Increase 



$1,488.79 
45, 234. 11 
883.05 
7, 530. 61 
81, 605. 78 
19,271.28 



24, 059. 65 

31,453.42 

1, 195. 69 

7, 774. 09 

393, 156. 00 

45, 076. 26 

12, 288. 68 

12, 146. 02 

37. 176. 42 

51, 389. 92 

8, 102. 87 

4, 362. 52 

1. 850. 04 

144, 441. 04 

12, 1178. 01 

14, 052. 47 

9, 177. 54 

11, 060. 01 

2,386.37 
14, 276. 21 

4, 778. 16 

75, 183. 56 

648.31 



4, 386. 09 
7, 121. 36 
10. 365. 68 
2, 822. 46 
2, 021. 84 



843.36 
7, 498. 10 



28, 044. 24 
2, 104. 25 
1, 191. 81 



1, 084, 446. 87 
934,331.48 



150,115.39 



83, 021. 75 

33, 243. 64 

450.04 

542.08 

28. 278. 74 

11,910.66 

575.06 

28,547.63 

41,521.00 



3,974.79 

373,413.37 

27,851.08 

12, 025. 55 

27, 19?. 72 

46. 649. 09 

62.795.14 

82, 348. 42 

4, 297. 13 

1,078.43 

162. 019. 58 

6, 740. 88 

8, 582. 11 

6, 199. 53 

20, 868. 18 

2, 607. 02 
15,764.23 

1,761.05 
97,733.89 

1, 522. 54 

4, 430. 49 
677.80 



2, 386. 42 
7, 412. 20 
4, 799. 20 
10,023.44 
9,943.23 



1, 530. 80 
4, 212. 88 



43, 239. 12 



1,202,073.51 
02G, 054. 36 



275,419.15 



$1,500.78 
34, 275. 24 



977.79 

12,949.89 

5, 252. 61 

536.76 
7,663.60 

72,803.94 



898.19 

394,745.70 

11,778.06 

8, 073. 43 

26.422.83 

20, 172. 91 

78,449.72 

21,367.20 

4,864.50 

117. 81 

238, 682. 52 

9, 499. 08 

5, 693. 85 

3, 461. 36 

8,970.80 

937.79 
8,967.52 

520.99 

90,038.76 

2, 846. 80 

1,879.13 



2,432.72 
6, 944. 38 
4, 690. 60 
5, 881. 00 
25,402.98 
20,852.64 



7. 122. 52 

128.91 

28,594.07 



1,366.02 
11, 172. 34 



1,183,387.74 
795, 413. 90 



887,073.84 



$2,468.30 
29,689.66 



696.37 

86,443.80 

7,520.09 

19.939.27 

29,835.48 



8, 002. 38 
490. 927. 01 

21. 153. 87 

11. 852. 88 
34. 535. 42 
74. 779. 47 
58, .^5. 79 

3,522.33 

2,854.04 

779. 47 

248,753.52 

17,072.62 

7,750.51 

4.320.51 

38,524.08 

152.72 
3,723.98 

966.52 

106,706.88 

1,422.89 

675.68 



1,057.12 



1, 280. 32 

1.014.34 

17,842.36 

13, 630. 92 

"iiiiJei" 

6, 127. 46 

250.54 

37,555.04 

478.31 



$8,4^ 

142,44 

1,3; 

8,74 

109,2^ 

43,9! 

1.11 
80,21 

175,61 

l,lf 

21, 3£ 

1,652,24 

105, K 

44,24 

100. 2{ 

178,77 

251, 1{ 

116,42 

16.31 

3,82 

793,84 

45, 5{ 

36,01 

23, 1( 

79, 4S 

5,9« 

87,72 

8,0s 

360. 6C 

6,44 

6,4£ 

Vi 

1,0s 

9,26 

22, 7E 

20, 8S 

36, 5€ 

50, OS 

20, 8S 

8,1s 

24, 9C 

37 

137,42 

2,67 

2,55 

11,17 



1,344,892.62 
028,046.35 



4,814,8C 
3,585,34 



416,946.27 



1,229,4B 



EUBOPE — QEBMANT. 



65 



JE^eporii declared for ike United States — Continaed. 

FREIBUBa. 



ArtiolM. 



Booki, perlodicalB, and religioas artioles. 

JBhttbesADd bristles 

CUfailose (wood pulp) 

Cloeks. watohes, aadpartaof. 

Cotton goods, sateens, and yarns 

PttigPt 

Bran, chemicals, paints, and colors — 

Xi«mea, apparatus 

Foniitore ..-.-•-..--«•-••--••••----•••-• 
6inD 



Eoosehold goods, personal effects, and tools of 

trsde 

Lesther.......... • 

Lfaien goods ....--....-.....-« 

ICstbematical and soientiflo instrnments 

lletslhandlea 

MoBloal instrnments, and parts of 

P^per and pasteboard goods 



To Dec. 30, 
1892.* 



$2,770.40 



87.85 
158,829.85 



548.25 



285.60 



171.75 



Flotograpi 

Fwoebln bnttons 

BsUers, engraved 

Shoemaken* tools 

Silk goods, TeWets, ribbons 

Btsel shavings 

^one cement 

Simiao, logwood, and gaUs extract 
Wlae 



Wealenjgoods, flannels, and tricots 
Total 



1,504.70 
4,780.95 
145.35 
4,082.06 
1,070.80 



16,070.60 
"i'02L«' 



Quarter endings 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



102,6ia65 



290.605.25 



10,858.40 

170.70 

1,222.70 

2,463.60 

852,365.00 



22,245.25 

1,654.70 

47.90 



1,168.80 

1, 145. 80 

787.55 

806.15 

149.40 

5,030.25 

15,096.35 

9.838.80 

12,495.90 

485.20 

802.95 

88,102.66 

128.90 

246.45 

7.681.20 

75.00 

67,10a60 



549,893.10 



June 30, 1893. 



$11,225.40 

72.95 

177.25 

4,283.45 

82, 141. 55 

114.25 

8,750.65 



758.80 

76.10 

'i68.'46 



7,067.05 

9,672.06 

1,556.40 

10,718.30 

490.00 



16,069.00 

77.60 

231.95 

4,830.15 

448.95 

10,194.90 



119,215.15 



TotaL 



* Fractional, Deo. 6 to 31 ; commercial agency created on Deo. 0. 

F0BTH. 



123,855.20 

213.65 

1,399.05 

6,834.90 

638.636.40 

114.25 

31, 544. 15 

1, 654. 70 

47.90 

758.80 

1.525.50 

1, 145. 80 

1,055.95 

567.00 

149.40 

13,592.00 

20, 540. 35 

11. 540. 05 

27,207.15 

1,996.00 

802.96 

70,842.15 

201.60 

477.40 

14,483.00 

523.05 

170,014.06 



050,703.60 



ArtidlM. 



Branse powder, metal leaf. 



Qnmoa, advertising cards, 

snd picture books < 

Ooffee snbstitate....... 

Gotton goods 

tors (sqnirrel tails) 

Qlsss, plate, mirror, and win* 



Hops and Inpolin 

Hoasehdd articles (wire and 
leled) 



Optical and mathematical 



Pletare books 

P^wr, metaled and colored. 

BlBtioners* articles 

Bnokers' articles 

Sundries 

Ifaifofl 

Toys and fancy goods 

Umbrella handles (horn) . . . 



TotaL. 



(Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1882. 



184,828.07 
1,717.71 

11,086.10 
8,528.90 
3,752.58 
4,388.88 

466,099.65 



1,787.01 



6,608.60 

6,551.99 

11.863.40 

6*064.99 

724.50 

2,345.80 

2, 196. 10 

146,746.08 

6,288.27 



772,014.47 



Deo. 81, 1882. 



$80,702.52 
882.58 

2,251.82 
8,080.60 



1,638.55 

451.261.27 
10,430.15 



8,674.30 



11,427.60 

10,673.25 

2, 141. 54 

2,278.70 



41,262.67 
8,051.58 



660,780.21 



Mar. 81, 1808. 



13357 c Br 



$101,003.80 
1,754.18 

8,864.70 
2,883.58 



316,864.01 
5,078.71 

2,527.76 



8,063.23 



8.076.50 

6*480.54 

478.22 

1,786.72 



81,135.43 
1,060.07 



487.041.68 



June 80, 1803. 



$85,588.18 
826.11 

8,628.08 
6,028.84 



2,578.66 
800,532.10 



1,446.01 
540.05 

7,05L70 



12,240.72 

22,071.82 

448.78 

1,601.60 



156,256.47 
1,616.78 



600, 047. 23 



TotaL 



$867,702.02 
4,680.63 

21,224.74 

24,030.02 

3,752.58 

8,656.08 

1,624,877.03 
24,503.80 

5,761.67 
540.06 

26,388.01 
6,55L00 

48,607.30 

45,280.10 

3,703.04 

8,012.82 

2, 106. 10 

375, 401. 50 

12, 916. 65 



2,640,780.60 



66 



COMMEBCUIi RELATIONS. 



Ejg^orti deeUurtd for iks UnUdd 5(a<et— Contlnaed. 

GBBA. 



▲rtioles. 



Chemioali 

ChinAware 

ColoTB 

Horn and ivory battons. 

Leather 

Leather gloTea] 

Machines 

Hiacellaneons 

Moaical instminenta.... 

Shoe findings 

Worsted goods 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Increase 
Decrease 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 80, 1898. 



$588.92 

16,071.28 

1,766.30 

8,872.20 

1,732.66 

40,091.02 

4,967.60 

1.923.42 

6,445.84 

1.322.78 

894,780.08 



474,16L40 
479,891.01 



5,729.61 



I>ea81,1882. 



11,827.89 
8,442.70 
1,798.60 
8, 560. 14 
8,080.60 

84»617.66 

1,677.04 

1,270.44 

8,787.68 

810.40 

886,820.39 



446.198.29 
862,595.79 



83,697.60 



Mar. 81, 1898. 



$5,491.78 

6,082.18 

284.87 

9,681.08 

28,072.74 

26,756.81 

8,69L60 

1,061.23 

8,404.51 

914.31 

826,18L79 



404,97L19 
478,143.47 



78,172.28 



Jane 30, 1893. 



t 



1,790.96 
4,788.78 
8,156.62 
4,754.84 
12,194.25 
26,183.58 



2,862.48 

7,618.80 

1,291.15 

176,483.40 



252,074.81 
837,620.44 



86,446.18 



TolaL 



$9, 700. 6ft 
89.884.84 

8.954.68 

21,768.29 

46,68aU 

126,248.07 

10,286.24 

7,117.58 
21,255.68 

8,838.58 
1,283.215.61 



1,577, 400. If 
1,658, 150.n 



•0.760.52 



GLAUCHATT. 



Books 

Bricks 

Buttons 

China 

Cloakings 

Cloth , 

Colorings for wines , 

Dress goods 

Gents^oloth 

Gloves: 

Cotton 

Kid 

Handles (of metal) for walking 

Btioks 

Hosiery: 

Cotton 

Silk 

"Wool 

Linings 

ICaohuery and ironware 

Paper measures 

Table ooYers 

Underwear 

Vest doth 

Wax lighters for magic lamps . 
Tama 



T«ytal. 



$161.83 
226.98 



17,522.74 
160.33 



459,029.44 



17,887.78 



78.436.86 

18,643.68 

917.30 

2,845.29 

1,630.85 



3,259.80 
713.48 
624.66 



$619. 10 
7.133.90 



596^468.82 



5,695.60 
'20i,'2i6.'66 



260,31 
24,608.31 



141,820.75 

22,841.13 

821.78 

8,122.84 

610.66 



830.63 
8,468.35 



766.80 
8,889.40 



416,583.30 



$298.86 



816.02 
6,454.94 



889,669.40 
1,765.88 



24,667.52 

2,069.80 

171,926.46 

21,271.06 

842.81 

84,729.48 

1,017.20 

401.25 

896.20 

7,568.41 



1,031.86 
16,838.60 



679,194.64 



8,806.40 

475.80 

14,032.92 



48.19 
,901.06 



0,876.67 



125,516.54 

18,717.14 

884.24 

17,606.92 

790.49 



689.84 
1,204.99 



2,001.81 



484,69L41 



$456.68 

9.532.88 

l,4ia91 

45,144.50 

100.88 

5,596.60 

48.19 

1,889,809.90 

1,765.38 

259.81 
76,955.18 

2,069.80 

612,699.61 

80,972.96 

2,416.06 

67.804.68 

4,048.69 

40L28 

726.78 

14,085.96 

1,918.42 

2,812.72 

21,814.21 



2,176.828.17 



HAMBXTBG. 



Animals 

Basket, cane ware, and rattan. . . 

Beet, raw, and grape Bugar 

Books and printed manor 

Bristles, feathers, and horsehair, 

Canned meat, flan, and vegeta- 
bles 

Chemicals, drngs, dyes, paints, 
and colors , 

Coffee 

Diamonds and Jewelry 

Dried froits and vegetables . . . . 

Fancy goods and objects of art. 

Grains, plants, seeds, and froita. 

Gutta-percha, crude 

Gutta-peroha, paper 

Haircloth 

Cotton and ootton gooda 

Dextrine .....' 

Eonings ••••..••, 



$365.76 

75,796.80 

3,492,480.40 

3,488.72 

67,30L49 

4,846.81 

46,266.16 
13,784.66 

1,350.08 
24, 629. 19 

8, 135. 36 
58,797.20 

7,116.48 

26,592.16 

808.51 



11,278.88 



$68,97L13 

686,886.66 

815.06 

63,806.91 

80,929.70 

217,668.64 

81,481.88 

868.30 

67,451.26 

4,875.58 

188,026.67 

20,064.46 

13,126.14 

861.79 

241.60 

18,865.22 

12,112.06 



$50,837.82 

1,804,096.11 

893.18 

81,632.56 

15,287.71 

214,738.76 

26,319.46 

377. 16 

42,791.73 

6,930.20 

808.866.80 

8,507.06 

8,069.82 

2,988.84 

204.80 

18,890.40 

7,464.80 



$69,208.86 

820,169.40 

189.81 

89,202.88 

18,868.62 

172,809.68 

67,256.90 

949.19 

11,827.01 

2,146.88 

64,448.88 

8,787.60 

19,602.20 

6^062.67 

113.22 

844.47 

186. 4» 



$366.76 

264,806wU 

6,152,022.67 

5.386.82 

181,443.84 

64,437.74 

661,418.08 

188,842.89 
8,5U.78 

146,690.19 
22,088.02 

600,684.64 
84,424.88 
67,289.82 
10,671.81 
569.62 
88.600.00 
•1,086.28 



EUROPE — GEBMAKT. 



67 



JEsp^rif deelar^dfcr ike United iStotet— Continued. 
HAMBUBG^-GontiiiiMd. 



Articles. 



Hnaun and animal hair . . 
India and liand rubber— 

Grade 

ManuilMstored 

'"2.-^ 

Mamnfaotnred 

Leather gooda (galoahes) . 



liaen, hemp, and Jute sooda — 
China, shMa, andporceiain ware. 
liqnora (malt diatiUed), winea, 

•pizita,Jmcea 

Helal gooda and hardware 

MflteLraw 

KiaeeUaneona 

H oaieal and scientiiio inatm- 



Paper 

Paper manafaetorea 

Portland cement 

Sagat waate, cattingB, bagginga. 

Saw hidea and akina 

Benneta, gnta, and bladdera . . .. 

Silt 

'Woolen gooda... 



Wood 

Wood, mannfacturea of. . 
Wood palp and ceUnloae 

Wori 

eUoobottlea 

Iggs and albnmen 



Qnarter ending- 



Sept SO. 1882. 



$13,46L82 

78,838.81 
5,087.01 

17,89L28 



2,331.68 
'8,'43i.'i8 



10,623.88 
5,258.26 
7,867.84 

82,479.41 

12,267.83 

9, 557. 11 

258.75 

170,657.06 

64, 000. 81 

87,822.08 

6,935.76 

2,126.66 

11,444.44 

389.16 

4,5M.72 

1,757.70 

3,184.80 

7,746.40 



Total 4,326,105.63 

Total for preeedlng year . 2, 010, 842. 97 



Dea81,189S. 



$26,816.72 

254,217.73 
11,458.79 

61,998.00 
8, 101. 54 
4,657.55 



8.199.73 
576.08 

U,26L41 
2,841.08 
8,814.52 

18,466.26 

8,989.85 
17, 512. 62 



122,350.97 

57, 06L 16 

70, 141. 31 

1,034.27 

211.95 

60,380.07 

610.30 

6,906.81 



8,265.09 
1,892.00 



2,004,163.86 
1, 728, 936. 16 



In* 



2,815,262.66 



275, 227. 71 



Kar. 81, 1893. 



$84,358.09 

204,244.99 
21,787.27 

17.929.28 

2, 967. 70 

3, 018. 53 

3,506.17 

519.76 



11,826.00 
7,573.60 
2,89L16 

18,248.70 

2,119,80 
16,485.60 



76,000.00 

25,238.80 

82,394.20 

6,042.35 

829.76 

18,504.00 

6,918.55 

896.10 



Jane 30, 1893. 



1,318.36 



2,590,402.96 
1,324,52L68 



1,265,881.30 



$33,284.21 

61,920.60 
20,666.20 

7,944.65 

1,012.09 

4,799.98 

604.38 

244.83 



13,027.01 

6,803.36 

783.55 

108,92L61 

146.01 

8,848.06 

664.16 

269,900.85 

83,736.26 

69,062.81 

16, 620. 78 

290.00 

8,335.68 

642.21 

773.72 

091.40 



2,328.68 

480.95 

2, 541. 90 



1,947,073.50 
1,132,385.26 



814,688.24 



Total. 



$9&,92L84 

694,222.08 

58,829.27 

95, 558. U 
7,081.38 

14, 707. 69 
4, 110. 55 

12,396.29 
576.08 

46,186.80 

22,066.18 

15,356.66 

178,115.98 

18,513.89 

61,403.38 

922.91 

628,908.38 

170,036.68 

267,02L30 

30,638.16 

2,958.26 

83,664.10 

7,560.22 

11,620.35 

2,449.10 

6,449.89 

11,967.06 

480.95 

8,860.26 



10,867,745.97 
6,196,686.06 



4,671,059.91 



Iooka,peciodieala, reUgioaaart- 

felaa 

OiUaloae (wood pnlp) 

CUeory and aahatiiate for eof • 

IM... 



Gkoka, wtttohea. and parte of . 

CetiOB gooda and yaino 

Drui, eh«m<4mla, pttinta, and 
eofara .....•.••■•..■•..■•..••' 

Viowera, artificial 

ftnUa, preaenred, candied,dried 
QlaMwan, wmtch and apeotaole 



Hair, animal 

Hardware, implementa, oatlery 

Hatt (pahn) 

Hope 



Hooaeliold gooda and penonal 

afiacta...... • • 

Laather, hita, akina, and mo- 



LfaMn gooda 

Moaicu inatnunenta 

P^er hattona endpaper macb6 

artielw 

Pfeper, paatebeard gooda 

Photograpboand pigment paper 

Pomui!n and stoneware 

Sdeotiiio ioatramenta and 

BMdela ......... 

8Dk goodt, Telreta. ploahes, 

ifbooBa ------- ' 



$9,719.05 



1,889.80 
940.86 



62,028.40 

608.80 

8,709.50 

44,872.55 
9,036.80 



224.00 



63,558.45 
777.56 
756.80 



8,970.36 

50.00 

2,429.40 

609.26 

27,625.56 
1,848.70 



$3,658.88 
4,248.30 

1,496.87 
470.38 



80,044.10 

399.14 

4,883.79 

85,637.64 

18,244.37 

492.12 

118.68 

18,030.22 

714.00 

74,190.26 



410.66 
6,547.54 

142.80 
2,574.66 



25,892.75 
796.68 



$8,169.91 



752.24 
1,197.91 
1,632.40 

14,899.12 

'""265.61' 



44,861.56 

12,877.69 

1,896.28 



888.20 
80,016.96 



10,888.68 
602.50 



1,889.28 



19,730.00 
1,788.76 



$2,038.88 



2,238.81 
2,563.92 



85,563.43 
180.65 



41,796.64 
8,887.27 



167.95 



952.00 
72,444.81 



292.74 

8,807.18 
265.85 



1,206.67 



10,765.24 
1,280.82 



$18,587.78 
4,248.80 

6,877.22 
5,172.56 
1,632.40 

132,536.06 
1,088.59 
8,848.80 

167,168.29 

44, 045. 68 

2,387.40 

510.68 

18,030.22 

1,999.20 

290,209.48 

777.56 

1,048.54 

20,106.86 

15,376.24 

192.80 

7,600.00 

609.25 

84,018.54 
5,214.01 



68 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Escorts declared for the United States — Continued. 

KSHL— Conttnned. 



Article*. 



Steel and ateel goods 

Terrines de foie gras (goose 
liver pastry) 

Tinware, stamped 

WiUows 

Wine, beer, brandy, liquor 

Wire textures 

Wooden tobaoco pipes and 
carved wood 

Woolen goods, tricots, and flan- 
nels 

Sundries 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 



Decrease 
Increase. 



Quarter ending— 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



$31, 332. S5 
179.35 



1,032.85 



222.46 
00,257.75 



821,470.05 
844, 265. 80 



22,786.75 



Dec. 81, 1892. 



$2,280.51 
14,834.72 



1,226.66 



808.68 
47,447.22 



289,181.36 
837,531.90 



48,850.54 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



139,760.97 
8,226.07 



1,446.01 
182.52 



87,255.95 
452.21 



828.062.73 
819,887.25 



8,175.48 



June 80, 1898. 



$81,751.38 

1,055.15 
1,762.15 

533.06 
1,880.70 

164.15 



47.715.41 
10.47 



274,825.29 
242,941.90 



TotaL 



$105,124.41 

19,295.20 
1,762.16 

533.06 
6,505.02 

296. f7 

02L1S 

242,676.83 
462.68 



1,213,548.48 
1,244,626.86 



81,883.89 



81,078.42 



KIEJL 



Glased papers 

Pepsin bitters 

Smoked fish 

Old merchandise 

Cement 

Hnaical instruments. 
Shoe leather 



Total 

Total for preceding year . 



Increase 
Decrease 



$1,882.20 
884.15 



464.95 
475.35 



8,206.65 
2,390.95 



816.70 



$488.00 

546.15 

77.25 



$831.80 

793.55 

1,821.85 

40.00 



1,261.40 
1,088.26 



228.14 



2,987.20 
6,800.67 



2, 822.47 



$900.00 
2,666.50 



1,418.45 
""214.10" 



6,104.65 
2,458.47 



2,786.18 



$8,652.60 

6,090.35 

1,809.10 

40.00 

1,878.40 

475.36 

214.10 



12,649.90 
11,697.35 



962.56 



KONIGSBERG. 



Amber and ambroid 

Beer 

Bristles and cattle hairs. . . 

Plax 

Hemp and hemp tow 

Platinum 

Bags and old rubber shoes 
Bennets 

DOCilS. .•••••.•••••••••■■••• 

Skins 

Sugar of milk 

Sundries 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



$0,563.01 
570.98 

34,406.47 
3, 799. 68 
2, 791. 62 
5,565.01 

49,267.81 



18, 212. 17 



598.06 
U2.23 



114,887.06 
158,104.87 



$8, 659. 74 

572.70 

71,064.17 



27,048.44 
'8e,'443.'73' 



50,775.60 
041.94 



64L29 



199, 167. 60 
180,005.10 



$2,946.80 



47,162.62 
12,867.52 
11,356.17 



48,502.80 

1,658.38 

12,128.88 

11,084.93 



563.16 



149,198.26 
181,918.57 



$21,601.85 

949.21 

81,147.64 

8, 800. 17 

8,316.16 



80,042.78 
1.655.06 
7,685.48 
7,810.48 



172,816.72 
157,860.87 



$42,760.00 

2,002.80 

223,790.90 

26,476.87 

44,510.88 

5,565.01 

177,247.07 

8,318.44 

88,70L62 

20,687.80 

698.08 

1,816.68 



686,068.64 
022,968.60 



LEIPSIC. 



Books, periodicals, etc 

Bristles 

China ware 

Chromes and fancy paper 

Colors and inks 

Cotton and linen goods 

Drugs 

Essential oils and chemicals. .. 

Fruit juice 

Furs and skins 

GalTsnos • 

Grease 



$124, 
202, 

16. 
29, 

8, 

2, 

9, 

01, 

4, 
288, 



055.80 
500.97 
646.49 
551.00 
742.77 
263.62 
431.22 
483.71 
713.65 
200.84 
064.80 



$180, 568. 04 

46,576.38 

3,814.30 

23,751.61 

11. 187. 35 

1.792.46 

10, 622. 68 

85,700.40 

8,753.12 

170, 494. 77 

732.08 



$123,203.84 

123,145.06 

5,082.18 

23,874.96 

13,446.44 

1, 271. 56 

16, 761. 76 

63.971.16 

2, 149. 58 

458, 082. 55 

564.45 

801.66 



$126,048.18 

25,015.82 

16,085.78 

87,560.04 

0,036.69 

623.80 

10,065.66 

66,175.48 

6,254.84 

680, 110. 14 

634 90 

1,862.76 



$508, 

897, 

40. 

114, 

42, 

6, 

66. 

227, 

20, 

1,441, 

2, 

2, 



955.81 

238.57 

628.70 

737.70 

412.25 

851. U. 

781.21 

330.84 

871.19, 

996. 30( 

896.23 

664.81 



EUROPE— GERMANY. 



69 



EasporU declared for the United States — Continaed* 

LEIPSIC^-Coiitinaed. 



Articles. 



iTory and bom bnttont 

Laees, trimmings 

Letther gloves 

Hschinery 

ICnsiGal Instraments and felt . 

ICnsic, iirinied 

Optical and scientific instra- 
ments... 

Plants and seeds 

Shoe findings 

Sngar 

Woolen dress goods 

Ifoolen table coTers, curtains, 

carpets 

•^oof^am • 

Snadnes 



Total 

Totsl for preceding year 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$3,872.20 
14,783.58 
48.775.41 
38, 079. 0« 
32,246.50 
19,446.64 

3,503.80 

1,193.86 

1, 322. 73 

22,823.43 

480,335.88 

6,413.62 

16,814.40 

5,720.88 



1,441,086.25 
1,831,059.28 



Dec. 81, 1892. 



$3, 660. 14 
1,284.25 
38. 497. 69 
14, 072. 94 
28, 575. 36 
28,505.21 

1,277.06 

1,850.81 

310.40 

20,642.88 

444,182.32 

3,068.61 

11,464.82 

4,662.06 



1,053,327.26 
1,148,014.44 



880,973.03 



94, 687. 18 



M8r.81,1893. 



$9, 581. 02 
16, 587. 11 
37,560.88 
23, 141. 33 
28,895.65 
24,202.02 

1,723.08 

627.77 

914. 31 

19,475.05 

412,420.23 

7,992.48 
1,738.22 
4,626.63 



1,415,432.46 
1,601,399.52 



85,967.06 



Jan. 30, 1893. 



$4,754.84 
6, OUl. 38 
43,509.29 
29, 057. 69 
80,087.46 
23, 206. 18 

2,839.63 

763.78 

1,291.15 

4,771.01 

224, 86a 40 

4,513.03 
7,548.13 
7,441.90 



1,220,306.25 
1,721,724.21 



501,417.90 



TotsL 



$21,768.20 
37,656.82 
168, a43. 27 
103,251.92 
117,804.97 
95,369.00 

0,844.46 

3. 936. 22 

3,838.60 

67,712.37 

1,661,788.83 

22, 887. 69 
87.555.07 
22.450.86 



6, 131, 052. 22 
6,203,097.46 



1,072,046.23 



LUBSCK. 



Fmlt juices and wines 

Msrxipans 

Oilpamtinss 

Old rope, old India-rubber sboes 

Preserves 

Ssir dry calfskins 

Boots and plants 

Wood,flour 



Total 

Total for preceding year . 



Increase . 
Decrease. 



$1,380.60 
3,018.71 



7, 299. 21 
3,060.38 



4,229.83 



$110. 00 

500.70 

200.50 

1, 045. 61 

3. 461. 33 

18,274.92 

3,740.74 



27,342.80 
10,630.80 



16,712.60 



$504.00 



468.80 
1, 924. 10 



714.00 



8,600.49 
6,239.43 



1,638.94 



$1,644.50 
1,486.44 



601.40 



8,772.84 



3,772.34 



$614 00 

609.70 

200.60 

6, 628. 91 

10. 740. 67 

18,274.02 

4,454.74 

691.40 



42,014.84 
18,939.11 



24,714.67 



MAGDKBTJRG. 



Aeoordeons 

Caps and detonators 

Cb«rries, juice of and preserved. 

Earthen aod bollowware 

Pertiliaing salts 

SaiBit 

Lambskins 

Leather gloves 

Machinery 

Manure salts 

Miscellaneous 

Muriate of potash 

PoUtoes 

Saccharine 

Seeds 

Sauerkraut 

Sagsr 

Su^hate of potash. 



Toftal. 



9, 681. 66 

6,963.07 

22, 142. 14 

20, 129. 30 

7.774.93 

93, 639. 14 



43,380.93 
3, 317. 78 

29,390.48 

6,131.64 

156, 224. 19 



7,235.20 



184,404.38 
26, 732. 00 



617,146.79 



6. 950. 06 

3. 157. 07 
4, 275. 93 

14, 968. 23 

5, 471. 89 

199,427.93 

9, 388. 48 

14.443.24 

2,180.65 

184,750.29 

10, 244. 76 

343, 407. 54 

9, 555. 75 

6,685.34 

11, 511. 07 

6, 188. 10 

139, 457. 81 

104,023.46 



1,073,087.66 



4,926.88 
8, 610. 19 
2, 503. 62 
9,764.37 



60,392.47 
7, 073. 05 
6,080.56 



61,654.60 

8,704.23 

207, 242. 88 

16, 498. 49 

6, 619. 67 

3,771.35 

2, 725. 10 

276,860.81 

63,67L94 



732, 709. 10 



6,813.23 
4,896.47 



7, 688. 64 
8, 706. 16 

131. 109. 39 
6, 607. 05 
1. 325. 67 
4, 528. 08 
61, 945. 39 
5, 643. 27 

832, 677. 47 



16,74L02 



T7,714.29 
46, 356. 46 



694,752.69 



27, 
21. 
28. 
62, 
Itf. 

22, 

66, 

10, 

817, 

30, 

1, 039, 

25. 

34, 

15, 

7, 

678, 

240, 



371.83 
526. 8A 
021. 59 
550.54 
952.98 
568.93 
068.56 
230.39 
026.61 
640.76 
723.89 
552.08 
054.24 
081.23 
282.42 
913. 20 
446.24 
683.86 



3, U8, 596. 04 



70 



COBOfEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



Exparti declared for the United Statee — Continued • 

MAITKHEIH. 



ArticlM. 



Books,priiit8,and articles of art. 

Cement 

Cork 

Dmn« chemicals, painta, oils, 

coiora,etc 

Filtering paper 

Fnmitnre, household goods . . . . 

Feathers 

Glassware (hoUow) , watch crys* 

tals, spectacle glasses, etc — 

Gold ware, mostly jewelry 

Glue, and cattle hair 

Hops 

Land produce, fimita, pastries, 

etc 

Leather, mostly calf, kid, and 

morocco, and hides 

Leather gloTes 

Haohinery, onUery, and other 

hardware 

Hnsicalinstraments and works. 

Metal wreaths and crosses 

Paper and paper hangings . . . . ■ 

Pencil sharpeners 

Porcelain ware 

Rnhher goods and fancy articles . 

Bags 

Smokers* articles 

Sheepe entrails 

Shoes, gsloshes 

Skin and carpet wool 

Silk dress goods, plashes, rib- 
bons, thread twist 

Table cloth, linen goods 

Wines and brandies 

Woolen and worst«d cloth 

Wood pulp, sulphite of wood 

pulp, cellulose 

lilaoellaneona 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Increase. 
Decrease 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$1,560.82 

107,118.48 

6,847.66 

498, 689. 95 

8,095.3:1 

69.26 



2,252.72 
7,823.76 
8,299.83 



8,886.70 

820,805.02 
11,059.41 

1,006.50 

335.74 

4,763.12 



8,777.82 

79.37 

8, 428. 98 

8,219.10 



1, 372. 70 



29,036.00 



73,353.02 
874.95 

140,662.14 
7,250.85 



1,257,504.22 
935,007.56 



822,496.66 



Deo. 81, 1882. 



$1, 895. 60 

46,664.42 

6,703.60 

605,814.86 
2, 267. 42 



5,28L23 

8,207.63 

1, 922. 36 

5, 363. 24 

35, 035. 88 

3,084.33 

315,035.48 
7, 120. 20 

998.36 



2,063.22 
763.30 



160.18 
4,895.98 
7,663.60 

123.52 
1,345.11 



51,327.02 
118. 05 



63, 575. 81 
1, 540. 10 

159,590.69 
5.787.27 



1,344,421.85 
915,450.91 



428,970.94 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$1,238.44 

44,218.89 

4,381.97 

603,068.19 

ieioi 



0,427.14 

7,273.48 

6,490.73 

860.33 

696.71 

832,038.70 
13,691.61 

11,140.46 



1,693.54 
982. 18 



072.64 
U, 738. 09 



2, 761. 46 
7,449.55 



63, 220. 74 
27.560.79 

200,648.70 
6, 548. 11 



1, 258, 301. 48 
1,082,668.26 



175, 733. 22 



June 30, 1893. 



$873.81 

87, 057. 30 

8,787.06 

415,483.60 
759.45 
315.71 



14,370.91 
2.267.33 
3,235.59 



1,639.21 

194,884.76 
4,148.28 

832.11 



2, 186. 17 
8, 963. 69 
1, 336. 10 



11,962.88 



1,578.41 
3,850.80 



74, 017. 52 
3,160.05 

185, 155. 40 
5, 992. 18 



1,026,748.21 
1,251,214.44 



TotaL 



$5,588.17 

285,049.09 

21,670.17 

2,023,056.60 

11,122.20 

1,326.01 

6,28L28 

84,348.40 

18,786.03 
18,380.38 
35,405.21 

8,655.0^ 

1,171,264.06 
36,919.60 

13,477.42 

335.74 

10,606.06 

10,699.07 

5,113.92 

229.56 

0,207.50 

84,578.67 

123.52 

7,057.68 

10.800.35 

51,327.02 

29,140.65 



274, 166. 50 
82,635.80 

006,060.88 
26,678.41 



4,886,075.76 
4, 184, 241. 17 



224,466.23 



702,734.50 



MAYENGE. 



Agateware, jewelry, and imi* 

tiEition jewelry 

Aniline colors 

Boneblack 

Calf hair 

Copal 

Cement 

Chemicals 

Emery 

Glue 

Hops 

Household effects 

Leather 

Machines 



Oil paintings 

Preserved fruits 
Printed music . . . 

Saws 

Straw pulp 

Silk curtains.... 

TinfoU 

Wine 

Wood pulp 

Woodwork 

Sundries 



Total 

Total for preceding year . 

Increase 



$07,600.40 
38,016.76 



8,496,70 



74, 080. 23 
68,702.50 



12, 453. 89 



3, 190. 62 
40, 914. 18 



2, 332. 69 
11,075.62 



1, 527. 38 
14,078.56 



4. 021. 11 

199, 574. 41 

2,807.67 



2,144.67 



577, 007. 48 
624, 094. 05 



62,912.53 



$91,052.47 
34. 350. 60 



6, 692. 13 



37, 663. 67 

75, 381. 31 

1, 068. 07 

12, 593. 14 

117, 470. 02 



87,216.96 



1,437.00 
8.052.00 



3,581.47 
10, 762. 60 



8, 142. 13 

294,990.34 

9,591.85 



4, 861. 15 



758, 307. 00 
654,288.32 



104, 018. 68 



$109, 026, 25 

35, 440. 58 

1. 154. 61 

5,069.98 

4, 425. 92 

39, 886. 06 

77,536.12 



9,385.57 
84,431.15 



21, 426. 99 



3,680.19 
1, 397. 60 
1,029.80 
4, 944. 06 
7,387.09 



3,669.29 

201, 787. 62 

4, 392. 21 



3,489.60 



569,559.78 
448,586.66 



120,973.12 



$134,011.71 
26, 338. 79 



3,271.08 



82. 841. 40 
65, 418. 09 



21, 335. 02 



62, 170. 23 
5, 939. 24 



465.41 

962.27 

8,549.61 

9,254.72 

1, 705. 50 

3, 475. 17 

802, 788. 32 

6,715.57 

10,402.23 

8,391.37 



734,037.62 
635, 536. 16 



#432, 

135, 

1, 

17, 

4, 

234. 

287, 

1, 

55, 

151, 

3, 
151, 

5, 

7, 
20. 

1. 
13, 
50. 

1, 
14, 
999, 
23. 
10, 
18. 



600.02 
046.82 
154.61 
530. 70 
425.02 
471.45 
127.02 
068.07 
767.62 
001.17 
190.62 
728.36 
939.24 
449.88 
990.63 
992.07 
602.52 
482.97 
706.60 
307. 70 
140.60 
607.30 
402.23 
386.88 



2,638.011.88 
2,262.505.00 



08,602.46 876,400.71 



ETJKOPE— GERMANT. 



71 



MsBportB dtelaredfor the United StateB — Continued. 

inrSEMBBRQ. 



Axtiolea. 



Bm 

IhnbMand halrpenoila... 

BioDxe powder 

BookB, paper ware 

Cvbona, electric 

QsT and plumbago 

Cna ana glass ware 

Ootered paper 

Dseiloomaiiia 

Drags and medicines 

fancy gooda and toys 

Flnicy P*por 

Class plaies 

Gold and metal pi^er 

Gss-bomers 

OiBgcrbread 

Kqis......... 

Isatnmienta, mathemsAical. 



Lasther, hides, and aldns 



Linen and woolen ware.. .. 

Lithographic stones 

ICachinery 

Musical and brass wire 

00 paintings and ohromoa 



I, lead pencils, etc.. 

a'artidea 

Statoary and antiquities 

Soadries 

XJltramarine 

Wafers 

Wine 



Total. 



Qnarter ending— 



Sept 80, 1802. 



$4, 
17, 
76, 



726.05 
634.13 
478.08 
678.10 



8, 
8, 



606.26 
486.87 



21, 

8. 

12, 

15. 



8, 



800.46 
48L22 
012.00 
525.66 
54L88 
61.08 
884.70 



0. 
IB. 



15, 
12, 



110.87 
846.62 
415.88 
661.60 
471.34 
067.81 
866.28 



0, 
1. 



103.60 
606.86 



22,820.70 

1,440.78 

683.28 

2,528.81 

10,626.24 

845.00 

1,806.68 



356,883.80 



Dec 81, 1802. 



14,327.84 

26,558.38 

87,020.81 

8,412.10 



6,687.16 
8,884.18 



22.644.73 
8,801.50 
2,265.44 
8,143.46 
1,080.15 
633.60 
6,284.03 
2,510.26 
202,303.66 
6,400.46 
0,826.85 
4, 118. 18 

18,076.20 
2,375.00 

84,482.80 

468.00 

7,604.62 

1,77L10 

1,807.64 

22,648.40 



645.83 

8,688.16 

18,707.82 

253.18 

1,846.17 



Har.81,1803. 



564,627.86 



H 606. 14 

16.672.10 

59,402.72 

8,020.16 

1,542.10 

806.17 

14,482.68 

4,469.68 

27,184.72 

2,764.10 

6,613.66 



687.04 

656.08 

5^264.75 



168,822.11 
4,548.48 
10,606.50 
18,461.00 
18,866.80 
1,658.67 
25,760.46 



7, 270. 70 
1,708.04 

680.88 

81,26L80 

2,084.76 

8,563.81 

816.16 
0,024.44 

960.70 

400.42 



465,802.73 



June 30, 1803. 



$6,175.88 
14,611.20 
07,107.88 
23,026.76 

2,306.68 

802.08 

21,764.56 

884.02 

22,727.27 

2,883.30 
16,104.20 



406.18 

886.34 

7,033.78 



21,687,41 
7,813.01 

14,83L65 

8,244.00 

8,820.67 

844.58 

21,508.74 



0,038.36 
8,601.36 
2,608.68 

26,708.07 

1,722.64 

1,858.10 

016.80 

18,100.68 



1, 180. 50 



826,48416 



TotaL 



010,836.81 

73,860.00 

201,006.80 

54,037.30 

3,038.87 

11,443.67 

43,007.10 

4,854.60 

04,456.18 

12,470.30 

86,076.28 

83,669.12 

3,603.20 

1,687.00 

21,477.26 

2,519.26 

456.023.44 

38,116.47 

66,680.02 

26,875.76 

57,124.50 

17, 741. 10 

126,006.81 

468.00 

84,002.37 

8,778.35 

5,13L71 

103,340.05 

6,098.17 

6,140.56 

7,044.42 

47,447.58 

2, 040. 01 

5,332.86 



1,701,706.1 



PLATJBN. 



Cotton laces and embroideries. 
Cotton stufh (congress, etc) . . . 
Smbroidered cotton articlea. . . 
Babr^ered linen articles. . . . 

Smbroidered silk articles 

Hssieiy: 

Cotton 

Woolen 

Lsceenrteins 



MiacfJlaneoos 

H nsical instnunen ts and strings 

Porcelain 

SbsQ goods 

Silk laces 

Woolen dress goods 
Woolen shawls 



Total 

Totsl for preceding year 



0166,048.45 

17,857.05 

17,520.40 

20,446.05 

8,744.40 

63,710.66 

82,188.60 

4,133.13 

6,611.72 

276.840.71 

37, 123. 50 

1,646.80 

41,346.80 

437.643.80 

18,830.68 



1,141,009.10 
732,156.70 



409,752.40 



1207,253.23 

1,480.36 

11, 672. 22 

18,936.80 



61,425.01 
5,076.25 



4,033.10 
215,180.32 

6,180.48 

2,670.46 

12,442.00 

413, 312. 18 

5,100.01 



066,292.74 
720, 673, 76 



1331,324.07 

3, 117. 41 

15, 919. 98 

20.576.03 



02,746.68 
1,467.02 



7,683.30 
168,116.06 
10.263.00 
11,205.66 
24,667.62 
462,423.78 
26,657.66 



245,618.06 



1, 165, 081. 13 
706,645.41 



866,185.72 



0164,701.00 



11,060.02 
12,368.78 



78,722.62 
10,456.66 



15,646.24 
237,431.66 

20,450.16 
8,235.07 

20,260.20 
246, 720. 42 

14,063.28 



620,221.61 
787,860.20 



41,352.41 



$840,326.75 

22, 463. 84 

66,2U1.62 

61,340.01 

8,744.40 

205,605.26 

40,787.64 

4, 133. 18 

83,624.36 

607,078.80 
74,056.00 
23,856.08 
06,636.80 
1.640,308.72 
56, 081. 63 



4,102,454.56 
8,030,545.00 



1,062,909.49 



72 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



EoBporis declared far the United Statee — Continued. 

SONNEBSSG. 



Articles. 



Baskets 

Dolls and toys 

Brags, ohttmoals, paints, oolors 

Glassware 

Gloyes, kid and other 

Gnns 

Mineral waters 

Paper articles, buttons, papier- 

maoh6ware 

Porcelain and stoneware 

Slftte pencils 

Smokers' articles 

Steel and ironware 

Wine, beer, brandies 

Wooden ware 

Woolens 

Snndries 



Total 

Total for preceding year . 



Decrease 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 80,1892. 



$S,812.18 

646,077.85 

8,285.36 

83,054.79 

7,286.70 

6,002.76 

417.07 

10,484.46 

848,943.66 

4,334.06 

649.04 

4,695.90 

6,313.86 



14,277.66 



994.535.32 
1.404,964.43 



410, 429. U 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$1,888.46 

133,260.16 

6,481.29 

21,918.46 

5,616.28 

6,794.80 

826.12 

7,414.78 

84,964.24 

4,844.29 



4,391.86 
7,186.30 



466.93 



285,053.96 
679,639.25 



294,686.30 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$92L79 

99, 603. 18 

6,474.80 

16.234.47 

4,072.66 

1,412.17 



6.942.67 
92,076.49 
6,260.19 
188.76 
5,629.97 
6,6n.78 
8,803.64 



682.18 



252,780.49 
629,676.62 



276, 796. 13 



Jane 30, 1893. 



$2,738.93 

403, 576. 13 

7,645.42 

17, 207. 78 

5, 127. 15 

2,830.86 



6.77L21 

262,984.71 

18,264.04 

188.76 

6,662.68 

8,046.07 

8,227.14 

2,673.68 

796.48 



742,631.64 
863,812.64 



111,180.90 



Tot«l. 



$11, 361. S 
1,182, 517. a 
28.888.^ 
88,415JS0 
22,102 66 
15,04059 
1,24319 

81.6ia0l 

789,969.11 

27,702.6f 

926.61 

20,370.41 

29,124.9 

7. 030. "8 

17,318.3 

1,378.0 



2,275,001.4) 
3. 367. 992. a 



l,092,99L4i 



STEl'TIN. 



Amber goods % 

Beans 

Candles 

Cellulose and parchment paper, 

imitated 

Cement, Portland 

Dextrin and potato farina 

Earthenware, fireproof. 

Glucose 

Goosemeat 

Herring: 

Salt 

Preserved 

Livestock 

Miscellaneous 

Oils: 

Essential and fusel , 

Rapeseed 

Osocerit and ceresin 

Potash, carb. calc 

Prunes 

Bags and old Jute bagging 

Skins, calves, rabbits 

Spelter 

Starch, potato 

Sugar, beetroot , 

Tin boxes 

Zinc dust , 



Total 

Total for previous year . . 



Increase. 
Decrease 



$901.09 
1, 740. 66 



14,622.23 
120, 189. 00 



3,190.65 



11,754.92 



1,227.83 



4,755.74 

11, 797. 97 

3,453.13 



39,862.63 



10,598.63 
i49,'4ii.'68 



373, 415. 06 
233, 131. 67 



140, 283. 39 



$2, 996. 72 
1,728.26 



13,060.26 
49, 358. 74 
38, 529. 06 

1,131.85 
420.71 

3, 916. 72 

4,945.68 
1, 054. 46 



424.83 



2,373.11 
9, 299. 74 



2, 263. 10 



5, 511. 98 



3,795.46 
39, 613. 61 



6,128.82 



187,453.10 
199,716.89 



12,263.29 



$1,847.87 

1,304.10 

163.40 

15,460.13 

19, 996. 56 

8,704.33 



792.16 
6,935.74 
'8,'284.'46' 



555.47 
4,769.02 
4,478.01 



843.64 

64,300.24 

7, 758. 36 

9, 532. 10 



988.70 

78, 529. 27 

335.27 

7,784.74 



237, 343. 60 
99,295.13 



138, 048. 47 



$5,707.10 



20,120.94 

135,618.08 

14, 198. 14 

1,315.11 

327.09 



8,958.40 



616.06 

1,838.00 

106.50 

17,708.57 

1,48a 76 



46,014.81 



7, 361. 74 

1,561.53 

46,112.50 



$11,452.78 

4,782.02 

153.40 

63,163.56 

325,162.96 

61, 431. 53 

5,637.51 

747.80 

4,708.88 

26,595.74 
1,954.46 
3,284.40 
2,268.72 

2,893.47 

12, 003. 37 

43, 284. 29 

4, 941. 89 

3,106.74 

150,177.68 

7, 758. 36 

15, 044. 17 

17,960.37 

6, 345. 68 

313,666.46 

335.27 

13,913.56 



304, 053. 33 
149, 388. 05 



1,102,265.09 
681,531.24 



154,665.28 ! 420,733.85 



EUKOPE — OUEMAirr. 



73 



JBSrportf dBdaredfor the United Statu — Continaed. 

STUTTGABT. 



Artidaft. 



Quarter ending— 



ChieorT. 

Colon 

Conets 

Cotton foods 

Draft And olMmleels 

Ohirtrmtedperiodicaleuid books 

Jsweliy 

I^nd prodnoo...... .•••....... 



liMB goods 

Metslware 

MfaeellAneons 

HukBsl Instramonts 



Pnfbsalonsl and sdentiflo in- 



Piauce atones. •••..••■.•••. 

WstehnMn's detectors 

"Wiae and liquors 

Vooden 'Ware ...•.••■•.••■. 
"Woslen 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Sept. 80, 1882. 



$28,879.91 
18,060.20 
28,603.94 

1,520.65 
34,375.45 
18,542.15 

1,356.83 
14,280.16 

1,076.72 
15, 652. 82 

2,850.01 

86,946.03 

50,154.07 

683.56 

6,66L8S 

8,101.28 

825.00 

193.23 

3,407.51 

60,038.41 



828,998.96 
884,423.60 



6,424.64 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



$12,625.79 

22,652.81 

26,682.44 

1,766.38 

40,800.41 

19.100.41 

233.48 

59, 506. 15 

1,383.34 

10,334.96 

1,244.66 

81,837.36 

61,986.42 

809.76 

7,058.27 
621. 16 

1,804.37 

9a. 05 

889.43 

27,800.37 



829,240.99 
258,820.17 



75,420.82 



Har.81,1893. 



$27,801.88 
23, 335. 68 
28.490.98 



88,489.08 
10,312.97 



88,605.22 

955.20 

10,739.60 

1,871.52 
82,142.02 
64,111.99 

1,607.99 

«,486w02 
2, 476. 49 
1,729.80 
766.64 
8,311.08 
49,621.81 



832,445.92 
231, 3.37. 86 



June 30, 1893. 



101,108.06 



$15,170.22 

16, 673. 57 

18,945.68 

11,247.01 

28,604.69 

9,794.70 

1,387.60 

7,615.10 

1,343.20 

12,779.06 

8,835.97 

37,403.51 

62,316.76 

66L74 

4,609.89 
2,451.56 
1,465.75 
46&28 
2,854.40 
13.957.96 



853,676.17 
968,045.08 



14,868.91 



TotaL 



$83,777.46 

81,722.26 

108,812.99 

14,534.04 

142,308.63 

57,750.28 

2, 977. 01 

120,186.72 

4,758.46 

49,506.48 

9, 802. 15 

188,328.91 

228,569.24 

8,773.04 

24,815.01 

8,650.49 

5,324.99 

2,372.20 

10,462.42 

150,818.64 



1,244,362.04 



156,786.88 



KOIS'IGSBEBO. 

statement showing the importe at Kimigaberg far the year ending December, 189$. 



Description. 



J« — 0ratn. jmZfo; and §eed9. 



?r* 



Osti 



.tons, 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 



Msaso 

Hemp seed 



do... 

do... 

do... 

end others do... 

Pisdnets of the mills do... 

do... 



Total 

XT. — FlaXt Aemp, and ttno. 



Hemp 

YUx and hemp toiv. 



.tons, 
.do... 
.do... 



Total 

m^^Wood, yHMtden arUeUs, andfumiturt. 

Timber festmeters. 

CntTeneeis tons. 

Voodsnd coopers' Trare do... 

VimitDiv and utensils do... 

Charooal do... 

Trtrt Vi^^*r.:: 



Quantity. 



66,227 

54,242 
14,544 
25,226 

1,585 
66,841 
11,899 

4,635 
18,350 

7.386 
11,852 
12,757 

7,604 



282,657 



88,184 

38,678 

7,437 



84,188 



893,248 

4-6 

443-2 

80*3 

7-6 



893,248 > 
485-65 



Value 
entered. 



Jfarfcf. 

8,434,050 

7,485,396 

1,454,400 

2,522,600 

237,750 
7,866,210 
1, 104. 203 

945,540 
8,763,595 
1, 514, 130 
4,540.800 
8,189,250 

646,340 



43,764,264 



21,001,200 

18. 324. 550 

1, 859, 250 



41, 185, 100 



6,930,629 

23, 000 

66,480 

34,238 

450 



7,064,798 



Whence imported. 



The proTinoa and BuisIa. 



! 



The proYince and Bnaaiak 



74 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement showing the imparts at Kdnigsherg, etc. — Continued. 



Betorlpiioii. 



IV.— Colonial produce. 

Tea tons. 

Coffee do... 

Bioe do... 

fipioee of all kinds do... 

Irnits do... 

Raw cotton do — 

Indiffo do... 

Pyeing woods do... 

Total do... 

F.— JBToriM, eottb, and animal products. 

Hones nnmber. 

Other living cattle and fowl do. . . 

Tallow, candle and others tons. 

Hides, skins do... 

I«eather do — 

Wool do... 

Bristles, cattle hairs do... 

Whale oil do... 

Btmdries do... 

T«« {^.: 

VJ.— Mineral products and wares, 

Pitooal and cokes tons. 

Salt do... 

Lime, cement, bricks, and tiles do 

Glass, porcelain, stoneware (crockery) .do . . . 
Bnndries do... 

Total 

TII.—Metalt^ quineaiXUry, engines, and 
inetruments. 

Pig iron and old tons.. 

Forged iron, plate do 

Iron bars ana steel do 

Iron and steel wares do — 

Small wares (qninoaillerj) do..., 

Copper and tuass and their products . .do. . . . 

Other metals and wares do 

Instroments, engines, and parts do. . . 

Total 

Vlll.—OhemiealSf manure, oH, and eakes. 

White lead tons. 

Sulphur do... 

Sulphuric acid do. . . 

Soda, soda ash, potash, 8alt];)eter, salt and salt 

peter acid tons. 

Alum do... 

Green copperas do... 

Caustic natron do... 

Chloride of lime do. . . 

Drugs and coloring stu ifs do. . . 

Double carbonic natron do... 

Starch do... 

Petroleum do... 

Cocoanutoil do... 

Olive oil do... 

Oils of all kinds and turpentine do. . . 

Oilcakes do... 

Sundries do... 

Total 

IX.^Ooneumptive artielee. 

Sugar, raw and refined tons. 

Sirap, molasses, honey do 

Spirits, arao, mm .....................do... 

Wine do 

Beer of all sorts, porter do 

Tobacco do..., 

Batter and cheese do..., 



Quantity. 


Value 
entered. 




Marks, 


8,168 


3,484,800 


3,284 


4,339,600 


4,400-8 


il4, 361 


464-6 


897,340 


716 


257,760 


40 


84,800 


3-0 


8,900 


864-9 


47,437 


11,501-6 


9,479,998 


4,276 


8,206.000 


9,589 


4,794,600 


22,899 


2, 175, 405 


101-7 


223,740 


318-9 


956,700 


185 


4,625,000 


147 


44,100 


413-4 


227,370 


11,009-8 


6,504,940 


100,166 
15,098-4 


1 21,767,766 


101,208-8 


2,676,916 


6,026-9 


181, 611 


22, 022 -8 


660,684 


3, 201 -4 


640,280 


24,843-8 


496.876 


243, 203 -2 


4,606,367 


4,256-6 


284,068 


8,614-7 


1.981,881 


7,864-1 


1, 676, 656 


11,939-6 


2,268,524 


85 


9,800 


236-8 


47,260 


715-8 


715. 800 


1,126-2 


450,480 


89,277-3 


6,883,959 


81 <6 


12,640 


47-6 


5,937 


27-1 


20, 325 


6,659-8 


873, 971 


74*9 


11,235 


122-8 


24,316 


23-4 


66,160 


411-2 


82.240 


1,198-2 


1,797,300 


179-4 


35,292 


657 1 


236,556 


1,284-3 


1,605,375 


162-7 


74.822 


51-6 


85,020 


2.502-3 


1,376,265 


1,533-6 


176, 364 


2,226-4 


445,080 


29,205-5 


6,868,897 


8,022-6 


2,727,684 


434 


132,275 


6,883 


4,818,100 


2,299 


8,448,500 


276 -8 


5, 196. 504 


205 


287,000 


740-1 


1,075,388 



Whence imported. 



Knglmid and Qennany. 



The provinoe and Rassiak 



Germany and Snglaad. 



Gennany smA England 



Germany* 



United States. 
Germany. 



Germsny, Rngland, 
France. 



EUROPE — QEBMAinr. 



76 



statement ghowing ths impert9 at Kifnigaherg, eto.— Continned. 



Desoriptian. 



IZ,—Oonmtmptiv€ aitielM—^ntiiined. 

Herrten tons 

SeTMmToiben do.. 

Total 

Ji—Textiht^ mant^faetun, and MimUar, 

Cotton yam tons 

CottOD articles do.. 

Sflks. silk and mixed do.. 

Woolen yam and shoddy do.. 

LtiMayamand twist do.. 

LfaiMB and bagcing canvass do.. 

Wax doth and ready-made clothes — do. . 

Xap do.. 

BsBdries do.. 

Total 

Xl.—Sundriea, 

Sops tons 

I^er, booka, and printed matter do. . 

Asphalt do.. 

Bnadziea do.. 

Total 



Qoaatity. 



4e,130 
13,898-9 



98,889-4 



1,034-6 

636-6 

9-7 

603 

1,452-2 

976 

13-8 
230 
553 



•4 

•1 



5,609-4 



6-1 
8,061-9 
602-9 
75^812 



79,482*9 



Value 
entered. 



Mark*. 

5,075,290 

1,339,890 



24,100,581 



1,551,900 

1,836.860 

232,800 

603,000 

2,904,400 

1, 952, 000 

41,400 

89,168 

1,327.440 



9,988,968 



20,250 
1,424,760 

66,319 
9,855,560 



11,866,891 



Whence imported. 



Norway. 



Gennany and Ttngland. 



Russia. 



Qennaoy, 



SECAPITULATIOK. 



Description. 



Onins, poise, and see d s. 

Flax, hemp, and tow 

Wood, woodMi artioles, and ftimiture 

Oslonial produce 

Rotbcs, cattle, and animal prodacts 

Mintral products and wares 

(oincaillery, enginea, and instruments 

maxrare, oi],and cakes , 

CoDsumpttTe arttdea 

Textiles, mannfaotore sad similar 

Saadries 

Total 



Value en- 
tered. 



Marki. 

43,764,264 

41,185,000 
7,054,798 
9,479,998 

21,757,765 
4,606,867 
6,883,950 
6,868,897 

24. 100, 581 
9,988.968 

11,866,881 



187,057,478 



Statement shovfing the exporUfrem Kifnigaherg for the year ending December, 189S, 



I>e8oription. 



J. — Qraint^ ptilas, and §ud», 

Wbeat tons.. 

Bje....... ..................•••.•••....do. ... 

Barley do 

Otto do.... 

Bnekwheat do.... 

Pesae, beans, and tares do — 

Msise do.... 

Hompseed..... do.... 

liaseed do.... 

Sspeseed do 

Clof eis ee d and others do.... 

Products of the milla do.... 

^ do.... 

Total 





Value, in- 


Quantity. 


dnding costs 




and charges. 




Marka, 


65,119 


9,767,850 


86,026 


4,971,688 


11,617 


1, 161, 700 


23,163 


2,816,300 


1,364 


238,789 


67,484 


8,117,593 


10,287 


997,839 


6,572 


1,445,840 


19,539 


4,896,275 


7,629 


1,869.106 


12,122 


4,828,800 


24,463 


6,727,826 


4,797 


455,715 


280,182 


47,294.710 



Whither exported. 



Grermany, England, Franca, 
Bdginm, and Denmark. 



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COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement ihowing the exporte at Kimigaherj, eto. — ContinnedU 



Descriptioii. 



IJ, — Flax, hemp, and tow. 

Flax tons. 

Hemp do... 

Flax and hemp do... 



Total 

UL—Wood^ vooden artidei, and furniture. 

Timber festmeters. 

Wood and cooper ware tons. 

Furniture and ntensUs do... 

Charooal do... 



Total 



( festmeters. 
^ tons 



IV.— Colonial produce. 

Tea tone. 

Coffee....... do... 

Bice do... 

Spices of all kinds do. . . 

Froits do... 



Total 

V.—Mor9ei, cattle, and animal product*. 

Horses number . 

Other Iivln£ cattle and fowl do. . . 

Tallow, caimle and other tons. 

Hides, skins do... 

Leather do... 

Wool do... 

Bristles, cattle hairs do. . . 

Whale oil do... 

Sundries do... 



Total 



C number. 
I tons 



YI.— Mineral products an d toaree. 
Pit coal and cokes tons. 



Salt. 



.do. 



Lime, cement, brick, and tiles do. 

Glass, porcelain, stoneware (crockery) . . do . . 
Sundries do.., 



Total. 



TII,—MetaU, quinicaillery, engines, and in- 
strtimenta. 

Fig iron and old tons. 

Forged iron plate do... 

Iron bars and steel do... 

Iron and st'Cel ware do... 

Small wares (quincalllery) do. . . 

Copi>er and brass and their products. . .do. . . 

Other metals and wares do. . . 

Instruments, engines, and parts do . . . 



Total. 



VIII, — Ohemieals, manure, oil, and cahea. 

Soda, sodaashes, potashes, saltpeter, salt, and 

saltpeter acid tons. . 

Caustic natron do 

Chloride of lirae do 

Dmcs and colorine stuff do 

Double carbonic natron do. . . , 

Starch :do 

Petroleum do 

Olive oil do 

Turpentine do 

Oilcakes do 

Sundries do 



Total. 



Quantity. 



26,648 

42,443 

8,186 



280,182 



281,958 

28,988 

68 



281, 058 
29,050 



8,288 

70-9 

296-9 

197-6 

6-6 



8,859-9 



3,365 
42,092 
330 
793-5 
25-7 
1, 363 -2 
123-4 
80-1 
494 '4 



45,457 
3,210-3 



176, 023 -3 
6,026-9 

15, 964 -8 
3, 201 -4 

17, 661 -8 



219,778-2 



8,436-7 
3,343 

125-9 

6,018-9 

•9 

77-9 

81-5 

400-3 



13, 485 -1 



534-2 

184-5 

76-7 

79-5 

47-7 

205-7 

11,019 

10 

2, 067 -4 

13, 273 -8 

1, 282 -7 



29, 441 -2 



Value, in- 
cluding costs 
and charges. 



Marke. 
14,873,840 
23, 343. 660 
2,455,800 



47,294,710 



€.783,227 

434,820 

7,684 



7,225,731 



6,261,200 

141,800 

68,287 

168,725 

2,320 



5,642,332 



2,523,750 

2, 104, 600 

313, 500 

1,745,700 

77,100 

3,408,000 

370, 200 

45,657 

247,200 



10,835,707 



2, 464, 326 
131, 611 
578. 944 
640. 280 
853,236 



4,168,397 



206,200 

768, 890 

12,967 

1, 143, 591 

252 

15,580 

81,500 

160,122 



2,389,102 



43. 

49, 

18, 

110, 

9. 

69, 

1,510, 

6. 

1, 137, 

1,725, 

256. 



620 
815 
408 
250 
540 
082 
470 
800 
070 
594 
540 



4, 040, 089 



Whither exportoA. 



!Gr«rmany, United State 
England, France, and Be 
glum. 



Germany, England. 
The provinoew 



\ 



Russia and the prorinoab 



Gennany. 



The proTlnoe. 



The proTlnoA. 



The provlnoe and BumIa 



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77 



Statement •hewing the experts frem Kdnigaherg, ete. — Continned. 



Deaoiiptioii. 



IX,— Consumptive articUa, 

r, raw and refined tons 

flfaT^malasfles, honey do.. 

Avinti, arao, mm do.. 

wine do.. 

Beer«f all sorts, porter do.. 

Tobaeoo do.. 

Bottn and cbeeae do.. 

Henisn do.. 

Ssvssl otbers ........................ .do. . 

Total 

If manufaeture and similar, 

tons 

OQ«te articles do.. 

flilk,»llc and mixed. ...................do. ., 

yam and shoddy do... 

mtn and twist do... 

and bairginff csnTas do... 

Was doth ana ready-made dothes do. . , 

lap do... 

Inniilea do... 

Total 

Xl^-Swidries. 

Fiyei; books, and printed matter tons. 

A^hsU do... 

do... 

Total 



Quantity. 



8,706 1 

409-8 

464-1 

122-5 

77 

41-5 

1,119 '5 

43,267 

177-6 



48,375 



y alne, in- 
olndlng costs 
and charges. 



6*4 

18-6 

0-6 

106 1 

1,407-9 

48-4 

1-8 

6,916-9 

170-4 



8,677 



67-6 

164-9 

88,002 6 



88,236 



Marks. 

811, 830 

91,277 

317,870 

183,750 

30.800 

58,100 

1,427,195 

5,278,574 

17,750 



8,217,146 



9,600 

88,850 

14,400 

106,100 

1,815,800 

86.800 

8,600 

830,028 

408,960 



4,824,138 



87,040 

18,189 

U, 440, 825 



11,485,604 



Whither exported. 



S Germany. 



The prorince and Bnssia. 



The provlno 



England, United States, 



\ 



The proTinoa. 



BBCAMTULATION. 



Description. 



flsXthemp^and tow 

▼csd, woooflB articles, and fiimitnre 

Oaloirial prodnee 

Bsnsa,oattIs, and animal products 

IQasslproraets and wares 

¥std. qnlnoaillery, engines, and instmments 

GlMBuesla.maanre.oil, and cakes 

OsBs sapti Te articlea 

" " innihctare and similar 

Total 



Yaloe, in- 
cluding cost* 
andduirgea. 



Maries, 

47,294,710 

40,073,290 
7,225,781 
6,642,332 

10,835,707 
4,168,397 
2,889,102 
4,946,089 
8.217,146 
4,324,138 

11,485,604 



147,202,146 



CONBAD N. QADEKE, 

Consular Agent. 



78 COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 

STETTIK. 

CHOPS AND TRADB. 

Trade and commeroe durinic the greater part of the year 1892 was inflii^i 
an exceptionally bad crop of ^ainonthe European continent^ counterbalaxi4 
by abundant crops in the United States and a bright outlook for future croj 

Concerning the crop of wheat, rye, and potatoes the latter surpassed all € 
tions, causing, in combination with the rich harvest in the United States, ^V4 
prices. The losses sustained in consequence by dealers and miUers wer 
good by the benefits to the agriculturists. 

HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 

Amongst the improyements especially important for the trade, commerc 
navigation of Stettin are the deepening of the waterways between Swinemiia< 
Stettin and the enlargement of the harbor. 

According to information received from the Government the depth will even 
be increased to 6 and even 7 meters, combined with a better regulation of th 
rent of the river Swine. 

At the present time the full force of the current from the river Swine runs dl 
toward the bulwarks and quays, rendering the navigation of steamers 
approaching or leaving the wharfs one of difficulty and danger. It has, thei 
been determined to counteract this by cutting through the Mellin a new ohi 
being a direct prolongation of the Kaiserfahrt, marked CC on the annexed ma| 
northeast side oelng confined by a pier^ marked BB, to prevent the wash of tb 
rent undermining the bank. A stone pier, marked A, will be built in the oeu 
the turn of the nvernear the Griine Flache Island as a breakwater and to crea' 
berths for steamers discharging coals; also to save the island from being gnu 
washed away. The route to and from Stettin for all large vessels will ne, 
the cutting is completed, throuj^ this new channel, the old route by the 
being confined to small craft. The depth of the new channel will be similar t 
of the new dredgpng in the Haff and Oder, viz, 7 meters. 

By the deepening and the improvement of the course between Stettin and i 
mtlnde not only Stettin will be nenefited, but other and larger districts of the 
sian Monarchy, especially in the traffic with the east, witii Silesia, Saxony, I 
and the whole industrial districts adjoining the capital. The canal Joinii 
North Sea with the Baltic is progressing rapidly, by which new commerciid poi 
will be created for the Prussian ports of the Baltic which must be prepared to r 
the larger traffic expected to come through the canal. 

The improvement of the water course from Stettin to Swinemiinde, as well 
waterway to Berlin by water, is becoming more and more a necessity, becaus( 
lar^r vessels coming up to Stettin from tne sea larger barges are wanted to r 
their cargoes. Such cargoes, however, can not be used for uie traffic between E 
and Berlin, since the Finow Canal is navigable only by barges not over 175 to) 

The import by sea to Stettin amounted^ in 1890, 1891, and 1892, to 1,424,97C 
1,4,08,813 tons, and 1,355,937 tons, respectively, classified as follows: 



Articles. 



Co«l and coke., 
Wood (timber). 

Grain 

Petroleum .... 

Herring 

Iron,raw 



1890. 



Tons, 
150,893 
153,027 
186,620 
44,884 
84.220 
188,478 



180L 



Tons. 

207,656 

161,497 

191,558 

47,785 

75,046 

04,857 



The imports of Stettin and Swinemiinde combined amounted, in 1890, 1891, an< 
to 252,956 tons, 359,790 tons, and 326,130 tons, respectively: and the exports 
from Stettin amounted to 617,967 tons, 567,607 tons, and 562,988 tons duriii 
same years. 



i 



EUBOPE — GERMANT. 



79 



ExporU of Stettin by aea. 



Articles. 



5a|ar: 

Saw 

Befined 

Mohtsea 

Hoar 

PMitofiuteA 

limber 

Cmmt, Portland 
Zbo 



1890. 



Tons. 
04,042 
43,030 
3,671 
30, 8M 
25,079 
64, 031 
42,325 
20,040 



1891. 



TonM. 

05,467 

86,773 

14,036 

26.182 

12,163 

50, 916 

43, 735 

26,629 



1892. 



Ton9, 
72,836 
32,876 
20,907 
23.172 
15.483 
56,071 
67,760 
24,381 



The exporto of Stettin and Swinemiinde combined amounted, in 1890, 1891, and 
]^, to 252,956 tons, 359,790 tons, and 326,130 tons, respectively. 

The entrances and clearances of seagoing vessels at Swinemiinde and Stettin in 
1892 were as follows : 

Swhiemiinde. — ^Entered: Steam vessels, 3,030, of 3,976,468 cubic meters,* of which 
3;137, of 3,836,156 cubic meters, were laden; sailing vessels, 1,272, of 337,636 cubic 
meters, of which 1,198, of 319,94i6 cubic meters, were laden. Cleared : steam vessels, 
3,019, of 3,960,672 cubic meters, of which 1,819, of 2,037,269 cubic meters, were laden ; 
itiling vessels, 1,152, of 320,819 cubic meters, of which 988, of 261,970 cubic meters, 
irere laden. 

Stettm. — Entered: Steam vessels, 2,578, of 3,078,745 cubic meters; sailing vessels, 
1,S19| of 336,752 cubic meters. 

GENERAL IMPORTS. 

Petrolemm, — ^The petroleum trade of Stettin owes its large increase to the constmc- 
tioo of tankB rendering the import by tank steamers possible. In 1891 the imports 
hj sea amounted to 47,785 tons and 99,411 tons in 1892, of which 44,574 and 96,708 
eune directly from the United States. No Russian petroleum enters this port. For 
two years the import (calculated in barrels) was, in 1891, 264,783 barrels; in 1892, 
646,173 barrels; arriving by tank and other seagoing vessels, 349,036 barrels, being 
lUired by the German-American Petroleum Company, and 197,137 barrels by the 
Stettin- Ainerican Petroleum Company. 

Hie quotations for petroleum were, in January to March, 11'20 to 11 marks per 50 
kilograms duty paid, prices falling in the middle of July to 10 marks and rising 
tfterward to lO'do marks went down to 9*80 marks at the end of the year. 

Lard. — ^The import by sea at Stettin amounted to 11,488 tons in 1^1 and to 13,527 
tons in 1892. The prices varied during the first six months of 1892 from 30-34 to 
28-33.25 marks, then continuously rising from 39 to 52*50 marks per 50 kilograms, in 
bond at the end of the year. 

SHIPPERS AND FREIQHTS. 

On January 1, 1892, Stettin shipowners owned 198 vessels, 24 of which were sail- 
ing vcosels, 76 seagoing steamers, and 98 river and tug steamers, of 42,627 registered 
tons in all. 

Freights to New York from the beginning of the year 1892 till August, 1892, were, 
per ton : For zinc (spelter), 8«. to &. 6d.; cement, 8«. 6d, to 7«. 6d.; sugar, 12«. 6d, 
to 14«.; potato farina, 13«.; and frt>m September, 1892, till the end of the year 1892, 
for sine (spelter), 9s.; sugar, 8«.; cement, 98. 6d. to 9s.; cellulose, lis.; potato 
&rina, ISs. 

The export of rags to the United States and England ceased during the last months 
of the year 1892 on account of cholera. 

Ilie HttDQburg- American Packet Company sent 19 of their steamers frt>m Stettin to 
New York, 16 of which left Stettin with passengers and cargo, whilst 3 carried cargo 
only. The same number of steamers of the same line came to Stettin from New 
York. The number of passengers carried by this line from Stettin to New York was 
3,429. The rates of freight mm New York to Stettin were satisfactory in the begin- 
lung of the year 1892, cargoes of goods and grain being amply offered in conse- 
quence of the small crop of Germany in 1891. Later in the year the traffic became 
nnoh less animated. 

James Kellogg, 

CansuL 

Smmr, Auffust 10, 1893. 



* 1 cubic meter =1.09 cubic yards. 



80 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Imports hy ariioles tU Stettin, 



Articles. 



Bags 

Scraps of all kinds 

Cotton, raw and mannfao- 

tured 

Drags, chemicals, etc 

lietals: 

Leadf raw and worked . . 

Iron 

Copper 

Zino, tin, etc., raw and 
worked. 

Coals, coke, etc 

Cement, clays, ores, etc 

Grain: 

Wheat 

Barley 

Rye 

Oats 

Maise 

Pulse 

Other kinds 



Quantity. 


1892. 


1891. 


Tont. 
2,234 
13,689 


Ton*. 
2,862 
42,065 


2,209 
35,434 


2,641 
89,998 


609 

135,743 

1,380 

1,653 


822 

116,927 

1,382 

1,078 


89,437 
264. 358 


207,657 
249, 182 


12,890 
3,686 

21, 118 
2,087 

62,507 

7,647 

324 


41,747 
9,681 

88,800 

25,797 
8,990 

15.966 
573 



Articles. 



Seeds 

Wool, raw and manufactured 

Paper 

Sugar, raw and manufactured 

Beer and wine 

Spirits 

Groceries 

Coffee 

Flour 

Rice 

Petroleum 

Oil and grease 

Hides and leather 

Timher: 

Worked 

Unworked 

Stones and bricks 

Herrings 

All other merchandise 

Total 



Qoantity 



1»2. 



Tont. 

28,147 

1,542 

8,727 

1,937 

5.450 

1,721 

13, 719 

8,329 

14, 598 

14,848 

99,411 

49,267 

1,775 

87.554 
03,384 
93,526 
88,518 
146, 479 



1£ 



T 



1,355,937 



1.4 



Imports by countries at Stettin. 



Whence imported. 



Australia 

BrwBil 

British East Indies 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Great Britsin 

Holland 

Italy 

Korway 



Qoantities. 



1892. 



Tons. 



64 



4,048 

46,085 

23,206 

148,203 

44,694 

9,052 
14,654 



1891. 



Tons. 

362 

410 

869 

4,261 

48,008 

19.703 

157, 128 

38.120 

1,876 

14,962 



Whence imported. 



Portugal 

Russia 

Spain 

Sweden 

United States 

Zollverein ports 

Free harbor of Hamburg 

Total 



Qnantitie 



1892. 



Tons. 

808 

64,289 

2,650 

60,047 

24,271 

130,773 

88 



662,988 



II 



I\ 



I 



Imports from the United States at Stettin in 189i, 



Articles. 



Varnish 

Ice 

Superahosphate 

Chemica] preparations 

Ironwares, rough 

Phosphate of lime 

Magnesia 

Ore slag 

Zinc ore 

Wheat 

Rye 

Maize 

Grass seed 

Clover seed 

Straw, etc , 

Timber, sawn 

Cooper ware 

Carpenter wares 

Empty barrels for mineral oil, col 

ored 

Furniture of softwood 

Machinery consisting of wood 

Machinery and part of: 

Cast iron 

Forged iron 

Copper, raw 

Leatherware 



Quantities. 



Tons. 
9-0 

6 

7, 501 -2 

•4 

•2 

23,566-4 

31-4 

2,274 1 

16-8 

1,776-8 

201 

26, 391 1 

6 

117-2 

•2 

83-8 

•2 

6-7 

89-5 

•6 

93*9 

109-2 
•4 

109 
•1 



Articles. 



Linen 

Chromotypes and steel engrayings , 

Beef, fresh 

Honey 

Fruit, dried 

Starch 

Flour 

Sirup , 

Cigars 

Cottonseed oil, in barrels 

Residue of oils tu form of cakes 

Lard , 

Stearic and palmitic acid, paraffine . 

Fish and seal fat, fish oil , 

Tallow, raw, melted, or pressed 

Fat of animals 

Lathing, rust and polishing paper. . 

Petrole um 

Mineral oils for greasing purposes. 

Perfumed water 

Rosin, raw and purified, of turpen 

tine 

Rosin, other than fh>m turpentine.. 

Zinc, raw, in blocks 

Parts of machinery 

Total 



Quant 



Ton 



9^ 



18i 



EUROPE — OEEMANT. 



n 



jBieportodsf ArfielM/rom St9iHn. 



ArtUfletu 



6«Mnl nerobaadiaa 
MttoU: 

Bav -. 

Worked 

Gtaliandooke 

OementA , 

Gndii: 

WhttZ 

Baiktj 

Sye 

Oatt 

H«iae 

PnlM 



Quantity. 


1802. 


188L 


224,886 


Ton§, 
211,810 


43,612 
6.876 
8,317 

67,768 


46.784 

7,802 

12,918 

48,735 


7.117 
6.121 
4.856 
606 
1,076 
1,780 


2,606 
8,885 
1,080 
150 
260 
1,804 



Artielat, 



Gndii— oontinaed : 

Other kinds 

Seeds 4. 

Sugar: 

Raw 

Beflned 

Spirita ......w^w 

lumber: 

Worked 

Unworked 

Herrings 

Rage 

Total 




95,467 

40,581 

0,002 

87,780 

10,126 

8,674 

8,018 



668,888 f 867,608 



Exports from SieUin 5y cauntrim. 



Wkither exported. 



Anentine. ........ .•>..>>4< 

Briuab Central America .. . 

IHtiab North hmnhcA 

Bdglnni... .-•••.--• -----•-« 

Denmark ■ 

Frtace 

Great Britain 

BeOaad 

Itriy 

Konray.. ........ .......... 

Portagal 



Qnantltlee. 



1802. 



Tong, 



2,968 
670 



62,689 
40,072 
25,131 
402,006 
17,247 



80,142 
13,328 



1801. 



1,077 



405 
25,028 
81,891 
81,006 
446^430 
12,124 

411 
86,842 
18,061 



Whither exported. 



BoameUA 

Rnesia 

Spain 

Spanish America 

Sweden 

Turkey 

United States of Amerioa 

West Indies 

ZoUverein ports 

Fk«e harbor of Hambarg. 



Total. 



Qnahtities. 



1802. 



T&ni. 

3,046 

42,731 

27,462 

1,182 

260,900 

8,000 

184,866 



987,000 
10,606 



1,366,087 



180L 



2bn#. 



172,003 
22,450 



107,788 



08,472 

467 

806,800 

6,762 



1,408,813 



JBxp^rU U ike United Stateefrom Stettin in 189». 



Artielea. 




Ooe stock , 

^ 

Wsftep^^.... 

TdTet , 

L«sd, in blocks 
00 



Praaiiaiaof potMsinm «.. 

CjTsnate of potnsiinm , 

Boda, ealeined 

Pstash, carbonate ealeined 

Beds, natural and ariifloial 

▲Ibonien 

Aniline oQ 

Arsenic aold.. 

ILMlder «... 

Mineral water 

Vstmn hydrosnlphate « 

Csd-taroils,Ught 

Ziae, white, etc , 

Cobra , 

Bssdrymatarlala fi>r medicinal pnr- 



forgeable inm. 



Grade 

Cast iron 

OoMBt, Portland. 
FhosphateofUme 
lBihs,Tai!ioaa... 



2*0 

2,7231 

117 

15 

10 

6-9 

8*6 

1-2 
48 

8-7 
126 
10 

4*0 

1 
21-8 

6 
88-2 

2 

11 
164-8 

4-6 

0-0 

88*7 

2*2 

8-7 

•1 

77-7 
41-7 



13367 OB 6 



Poppy se^ 

Amseseed 

Forage plants 

Hemp seed ;... 

Fruit, fresh 

Beet root, Anesh 

Glassware: 

floUow 

HoDow, white 

Qlass for the table and for looking 

glasses '.;..; 

Vszionsglsss, pressed 

Glsss: 

Stained ;...... 

Milky 

OUf skins: 

Fresh 

Dried, chalked 

Skins of cattle, dried, chalked 

Skins of sheep and goats, raw, with 

hair 

Skins, Yaxiona, for ftirs.... *...*....* . 

Gooperware, cmde 

WlUow twigs for basketmaklng • • . . 

Snndry carpenter wares 

Gooperware, colored 

Bmpty oil barrels k.... 

Foniitare of hard wood 

Toys from wood 



Qnantitif 



Tont. 



20*8 
68*8 

7 

8 



1 
6 
•1 
80-2 
•6 
2-4 

86-6 
142-0 

64-7 
2*6 

6 
81-6 

26-6 

67*8 

8*6 

7-6 
5-4 

1-8 

18-6 

•6 

•2 

1-6 

1-6 

2-7 



82 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONS. 



ExparU to the United Siuteafrom SUMn in i^ft0~€ontmaed. 



Articles. 



HoiM ^ 

Hachlii«rT : 

Principally or entiralv of OMtinm 

Principally of forged iron 

Copperware: 

Crude 

Wnlshed 

Bimdry tiasaesin combination with 

other materials 

Leather 

Jnte tissues 

Linen, unbleached 

Candles 

Books , 

Chromotypes ....................... 

Beer: 

In casks 

In bottles 

Liquors 

Spirits: 

In casks 

In bottles 

Wine: 

In casks 

In email bottles 

Meat, fresh 

Fish, preserved 

Herrinff: 

In barrels 



In fancy packing. 

Coffee, roasted 

Milk, condensed 

Dainties 

Fruit, dried 

Fruitjuice 

Seeds, dried, eatable . . 
Dextrine 



Quantities. 



Totu. 



4-5 
0-4 

•9 

•8 

72 '0 
•2 
1 

16-8 
•2 

10*8 

88.9 

9.8 
48 

4-8 

8-8 
1 

6*2 
•6 

•1 
•1 

408-9 
-9 

1-9 
•8 

1-5 
108-8 

8-5 

8-8 
821-8 



Articlea. 



Potato farina 

Sago of potatoes 

Qlnoose 

Tea 

Sugar: 

Beet-root, raw 

Beflned,haxd 

Beet color 

Kapeseed oil 

Tallow 

Beeswsx « , 

Osokerite 

Cellulose 

Packing paper 

Gold and silTsr paper 

Writing paper 

Paper ware 

Oils for machinery 

Coal , 

Tar 

Bricks, flrsproof ............. 

Pottery, oonunon, glased ..... 

Orucibies, etc , 

Potteiyware 

Pottery ware, oolorsd , 

Porcelain 

Hair of hares 

Bair of dogs , 

Worsted yam, doubled, dyed 
Woolen yam : 

Bleached or dyad 

Doubled 

Threaded, raw 

Hosiery 

Zinc, raw, in blocks 

Totsl 



Quant 



To% 



Imporii and eaeporU of Shoinmnunde, 



Articles. 



ftags snd scraps of all kinds. 

Cotton and wool 

Drugs, chemicals, etc 

Met«l8 : 

Lead, raw and worked. . . 

Iron, raw and worked . . . 

Copper, Eino, and tin 

Coal, coke, etc 

Cements, clays, ore, etc . . 
Grain: 

Wheat 

Rye 

Barley 

Oat« 

Seeds, potatoes, etc 

Paper 

Sugar 

Be«r, wine, and spirits 

Petroleum, oils, and greass. . . 

Hides and leather 

Timber: 

Worked 

Unworked 

Stones and bricks 

Groceries and molasses 

All other merchandise 



Importa. 



1892. 



TofU. 



81 
1,876 



4,003 

1 

826,130 

9,018 

1,792 
198 



Total 

Herring : 

Fresh 

Salt, in barrels 
Cattle, head 



105 

8,841 

76 

19 

88 

128 
25 

331 

1.449 

44,016 

135 

180 



398, 430 

7,486 

671 

8 



1891. 



Tons. 
454 

714 
8,480 



4,184 

28 

868,791 

10,488 

277 

275 

54 

90 

1,964 

117 

57 

75 
965 

26 

4,468 

18 

64,130 

5,629 

166 



446, 416 

5,661 

5,406 

125 



Kaports 



1892. 



Tons, 
406 
64 
820 

162 

8,931 

324 

1,718 

21,864 



803 

19 

3,608 

14 



87 

25 

664 

2,963 

376 

15 



86,217 
12 



I 



EUROPE — GERMANT. 



83 



NAVIGATION OF 6TKTTIN. 

JfaifoMUly of 9eagoing vt9$eU wkiok entered thepitri of SteiHn during the year 189$, 



NftttoiukUty. 



Bd(iu 

M6Mh 

DuJah 

Dotch 

Tmch. 

GenBan (taidiidiiig ooaBtJng). 

ItaUui 

Vonragijoi ....• • 

JBoMiaB 

^mith 

Swedish 

Usited 



Total 

Total, 1«1. 



Sailliiff 
Twsels. 



77 

287 

8 

6 

746 

1 

49 

18 

1 

107 

I 



1,801 
1.288 



Steamon 



2 

819 

2M 

89 



1,616 

"iio" 



814 



2,594 
2,640 



TotaL 



2 

306 
. 648 

47 

6 

2,261 

1 

160 

47 

1 

421 

1 



8,895 
8,987 



Betum of all ekipf^mg ol ike port of StetUn dwring the year 1899. 

SNTSRBD. 



Hattonalltj. 



6«niiaa 

British 

Danish 

Norwegian ...... 

Swediab 

Other eoontrlea . 

TotaP 

Total, 1891. 



Sailing TOMoU. 


StQ 


K: 


Tone. 


No, 


461 


52,527 


1,516 


77 


10,527 


819 


287 


17.876 


256 


40 


12,671 


120 


107 


7,222 


814 


84 


6,628 


68 


1,015 


107,251 


2,502 


965 


129,831 


2,687 



Ton». 

666,216 

842.997 

129,755 

46,203 

03,674 

85,918 



1,204,768 
1,198,223 




TotaL 



Tone. 
90BJ43 
853,524 
147. 431 

58,874 

100,896 

42,546 



1,812,014 
1,328,054 



CLEABSD. 



British 

Danish 

Honri 

Swedis: 

Other ooontziaa 

Total 

Total, 1891 



453 
76 

286 
50 

lU 
89 



1,015 
1,061 



60,141 
10,441 
17,580 
18,232 
8,005 
6,589 



106,078 
128.196 



1,516 
816 
263 
117 
806 
70 



2,579 
2.697 



651,791 

839,971 

127,225 

45,119 

93,868 

35,007 



1,968 
392 
539 
167 
419 
100 



1,192,476 
1,218,197 



8,594 
8,758 



601,932 
850,412 
144, 8()5 

58, :^5i 
101,458 

41,606 



1,298,554 
1,246,396 



NAYIOATION AT SWINEMUNDS. 

Beinm of all ehipping at ike port of Swinemunde during the year 1899. 

ENTERED. 



Nationality. 



Sailing Teasels. 



Steamers. 



TotaL 



G4 

British 

Danish , 

HonrMdan 

SwadiSTr. 

Other eoontrloe. 



Total 

Total, 1881. 



No. 



16 

2 

10 



4 
4 



86 
86 



Tont, 

4.501 
292 
236 



806 
318 



No. 
67 
172 
54 

6 

186 

8 



6,652 
2.448 



436 
497 



Tom. 

31,242 

144,871 

50,727 

4,094 

27,896 

8,008 



261,838 
281,455 



No. 



174 
64 

6 
139 

7 



472 
582 



Tom. 

35,743 

145, 163 

50,963 

4,094 

28,201 

3,826 



267,490 
283,904 



84 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Betum of all $Mpping at ike p&rt of Swinemunde during ike year i^df— Continued. 



CLEARED. 



ITatioiiAllty. 



0«rman 

BritiBh 

Danish 

ITorwegiaa 

Sweditn 

Other coantriM. 

Total 

Total, 1891 



Sailing TOMela. 



Nc. 
460 

78 

50 

116 

43 



1,051 
1,0M 



Tom. 
64,642 

10,733 

17,816 

13,232 

b,4UU 

6,007 



111,730 
180,647 



Stvamert. 



Nc. 

1,683 
488 
807 
123 
448 
73 



3,016 
8,104 



Ton§. 
683,033 
484,842 
177, 952 

48,213 
121,250 

88,015 



1,464,314 
1,400,662 



TotaL 



No. 
8,061 
666 

603 
172 
658 
116 



4.066 
4,200 



Teng. 
687,675 
405.575 
196.768 

64,445 
120,650 

44,022 



1,666,044 
1,636,200 



KAVIGATION AT 8WINEHUKDE AND STETTIN. 

Betunu of Bailing veaieU entered and cleared at the ports of Swinemunde and SieHin dmt- 

ing the year 1899, 

SNTSRED. 



Nationality. 



Germui 

British 

Danish 

Norwegian 

Swedish 

Other oonntriea 

Total 

Total 1801 



Teasels with 
cargo. 



Nik 
441 

79 
284 

40 
107 

82 



Ton9. 
63,622 
10, 810 
16, 770 
12,671 
6,682 
6,500 



002 
068 



107,078 
126,236 



Yeaselainballaat. 



No. 
86 



13 



4 
6 



50 
62 



TonM. 
3,406 



1,142 



846 
437 



6,830 
6,044 



TotaL 



No. 
477 

70 
207 

48 
111 

38 



1,051 
1.020 



Tont. 
57,1 
10.810 
17,012 
12,671 
7.627 
6,046 



112,003 
132,280 



CLEARED. 



German ........ 

British 

Danish 

Norwegian 

Swedish 

Other conntriee. 

Total 

Total 1801 



416 
66 

268 
22 
80 
82 



888 
000 



61,640 
8,064 

16,020 
4,128 
6,202 
8,627 



88,666 
08.888 



68 


33 
28 
26 
U 



160 
187 



8,002 
2,291 
2,706 
0,100 
2,108 
8,380 



80,816 



460 
76 



60 
116 



1,048 
1,1 



64,843 

10,366 

17, 816 

18,232 

8,400 

6»807 



lU.86a 
180,647 



EUROPE — GREECE. 



85 



Bittm tf tieam veneh entered and beared at ike panie of Swinemunde and StetHn 

during the year X89M. 

EKTERBD. 



KfttloiMlity. 



GcriBAii 

British 

Dfenish 

Xflrreziaii ■.... 

SvmIiu 

Othar oonntries. 



Tbtal 

ToteUmi. 



YeMelswith 
oargo. 



No, 

480 
802 
124 
444 

60 



2,833 
8,000 



Totu. 
547,005 
478,219 
176,009 

49 989 
129,756 

88,501 



1,410,441 
1.418,939 



y MMb in bftllMt. 



Ko, 

168 
11 
8 
1 
5 
3 



105 
184 



IbfW. 

40.453 

0.649 

4,518 

808 

812 

426 



56.160 
60,789 



Total. 



No, 

1,582 
491 
810 
125 
449 
71 



8,028 
8,184 



Tout, 
587,458 
487, 8r8 
180,482 

60,297 
121,570 

88,026 



1.466,601 
1,479.678 



CL£ABED. 



Gcrmao. 
Britiah. 
Dnlsb. 



forveciaa. 



Otbar oountries. 



TMal 

Tote], 1891. 



1,197 
86 

215 
41 

148 
62 



1,749 
1. 



402,648 
78.432 

130.270 
12,125 
80,190 
28.161 



690,816 
775.149 



885 

402 
92 

81 



U 



1,266 
1,871 



180,885 

406,410 

47.682 

87,088 

82.069 

9.864 



1, 



488 

807 

122 

443 

78 



763.408 
724,503 



8,015 
8,194 



688,088 
484.842 
177,952 

49, 213 
121, 2no 

38.015 



1.454,814 
1,400,652 



GBEEGE. 

Bxporte deeHaredfar the Unit^t Statm, 



•piiits 

ffiiM (gofttekiiift) 

8ndbiM (eunmate and amall 
faantity oUtm and plokled 
iltraii) 



Total 

Total for proceding joar . . 



Alt. oVeetaof 

Toatbfli Kooda. •■.■•••« 

Stetoary, marble 

Orea. manganaaa, iron. 



TotaL. 



Aatlqnliiea, plaatar-oaata of 

Bricka, lire 

0(iT«a 

Ona: 

Clifttone • 

Kanganaae 

Iron 

Zino 

Spoagea 

Boadriea ••.......•...•. 



Total. 



Qnarter ending— 



Sept 80. 1802. 



162.00 



412,220.20 



412,273.00 
858.281.75 



atone 



68,00L25 



12,410.48 



12,410.48 



16,287.80 

6,764.75 

267.65 

16,487.66 



89,817.86 



Deo. 81. 1892. 



1607,507,84 



657,807.34 
645,825.29 



11,682.05 



67.15 



67.15 



2,174.00 
4,520.00 



8,226.00 
i4,'924.'o6 



29,844.00 



Mar. 81, 1808. 



$1,277.80 
073.00 



56,288.66 



60.633.88 
148,870.04 



87,836il6 



180.46 



180.45 



168.85 

1,700.85 

666.70 

4,845.00 



9,107.25 



16,002.85 
194.75 



82,180.75 



8,600.00 



June 00, 1808. 



177.22 



87,814.71 



87,801.93 
33,597.46 



4,284.47 



140.70 
185.78 



886.48 



1,852.85 

2,001.70 

837.86 

6,270.20 



7,602.75 
88.75 



17,609.10 



Total. 



11,407.82 
973.00 



1,165,825.88 



1,168,206.15 
1, 186, 074. 54 



17,868.80 



140.70 

185.78 

180.45 

12,410.48 

67.15 



12.084.51 



1.616.70 

5,876.66 
1.004.56 

15,135.20 
16,287.80 
24,098.00 

267.65 
65, 026. 75 

228.50 



110,441.20 



8.600.00 



86 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



ITALY. 

BZPOBT8 TO THB UNITED 8TATB8. 

I have the honor to inclose a table showing value of declared exports from the < 
snlar districts of Italy to the United States during the year ending June 30, II 
as declined at the several consular offices of the United States in Itoly. It will 
observed that the exports herein given exceed those of the previous correspond 
year by the important sum of $5|0u6,227. 

Exports of raw silk the past year show an increase in value of $,206,606. Onu 
and lemons show an increase of $1,435|340. 

Statement Bhaioing the value of declared exporte from ike eoneular dUirieU of the K 
dom of Italy to ike United Statee during the year ending June SO, 189S.* 



Artiolfls. 



Yalae. 



ArtldM. 



ValDi 



Alabaster, wroaght 

Anchoyiea 

AninialM, breeding 

Antimonr 

Antiquities 

Argols nnd wine lees 

Artichoke 

Articles of relieions demotion 

Asphalt and bi t lunen 

Beans 

Bee, queens 



Books 

Boraclcacid ^.. 

Briarwood 

Brimstone and sulphur 

Bronzes 

Brocatels 

Buttons 

Caoutchouc ware 

CajHsrs 

Carob beans 

Casks 

Cement 

Cheese 

Cherries 

C h estnu ts, extract of 

Chickpeas 

Chinaware and miUolioa 

Citrate of lime 

Citrons 

Citron, candied 

Citrons, in brine 

Cloths 

Cloths, ornamental 

Clover 

Copper 

Coral 

Cosmetics 

Coverlets 

Cnttlelish bones 

Diamonds , 

Drawings 

Earth, green 

Earthenware 

Ecclesiastical vestments 

Essences 

Fans 

FiM 

Filagree, silver 

Fish, salted, and in oU 

Fruit 

Fruit, candied 

Fruit, dry 

Furniture, fhunea. and carved wood 

Garilo 

Glassware and beads 

Gloves 

Glue 

Glyosrin 



$61,796.97 

2,4S4.90 

6,705.00 

9,859.69 

23,373.55 

1,840,985.71 

654.76 

410.51 

28,702.72 

4,794.97 

169. &4 

8«565.46 

9.245.19 

23, 967. 24 

29,!»74.65 

1,912,666.72 

26, 275. 09 

4,887.60 

8, 559. 73 

1, 267. 16 

116. 56 

4.552.93 

852.23 

3.86 

287,817.32 

496.72 

600.05 

5,931.22 

6,693.98 

62. 740. 68 

10. 149. 28 

230 374. 61 

2i; 657. 20 

7.753.63 

2,791.86 

12,503.42 

332. 70 

1. 028. 33 

1, 464. 00 

8,413.09 

12,069.70 

113. 10 

193.97 

61. U 

82.40 

564.14 

601, 757. 37 

8,496.22 

8,690.10 

14. 078. 03 

11,884.03 

1,049,359.27 

17,827.93 

76,301.87 

45, 660. 88 

8,646.81 

86,825.67 

194,663.24 

164.46 

74,111.42 



Grains 

Granite 

Gum ambio ..••• 

Gunstocks 

Haircloth 

Hair.horse 

Uair, human 

Hams 

Hate 

Hatbands 

Hemp..... 

Hemp, carpet yarns .... 

Herbs, dry 

Hives 

Household goods 

India rubber goods 

Insect powder 

Iron ana brassware 

Iron ore 

Jack asses • 

Jewelers' saws 

Jewelry 

Juniper berries 

Lace and embroidery . . . 
Lamps for electric light 

Laurel leaves 

Lemon Juice 

Lentils 

Licorice 

Lithogiaphs 

Liquors.. 

Lupines 

Machinery 

Mandolins 

Manna 

Marble blocks 

Marble chii 
Marble slabs. 

Marble statuary 

Marble tiloa 

Marble, wrought 

Marine salt 

Matches 

Medicinais 

Metallic medals 

Mosaics 

Musical instruments 

Musical strings 

Mushrooms 

Nuts 

Nuts, almonds 

Nuts, chestnuts 

Nuts, filberts 

Nuts, haselnuta 

Nuts, pistachios 

Nuts, walnuts 

Okkum 

Olive oil 

Olive oil (mechanical purposes) 
Olives 



fli 

«.r 

4,7< 

88,81 

90, 7( 

»,3< 

5i 

1,4J 

6,8( 
,K 
70. 4< 

2,1? 

6,8] 

68,2$ 

54 

1,4; 

1,11 

00,4'; 
11 

7J 
6,7( 
%,0i 

i 
148.84 

85. 7( 

1.1( 

8.6S 

i 

1S,7( 

41 

4.44 

650, 8( 

9,3^ 

141,81 

156,9! 

Ml 

20, » 

48. 8< 

8.4^ 

29,8! 

1.2: 

3,8! 

1,« 

5( 

8,9! 

2,0t 

188,2! 

23. « 

156, 0( 

86,64 

9.8! 

02,64 

5< 

186,1; 

147,22 
2.K 



*As dedarad at the ssTsrsl oonsnlar offloes of the United States in Italy. 



EUROPE ITALY. 



87 



Slstemeni 9k€wing the value of declared exports from the consitlar dUfriote, etc. — Conf d. 



AztlolM. 



Omifapeel 

Oranges md lemons 

Orris root.......... 

Plun tinfs ............... • 

P»per 

TuU 

Pcanatt 

FfeSM 

Pfcpper.... 

Femonal effeets 

Photognphs 

nine, mechanical. ...... . 

flutercaete 

Plombago.. 

PoFeeUm....... 

Pnrlaioos 

PamSoe stoDe and brldca 

Pompe 

lUnand waate 

Um 

Snah baskets 



iieeda (onclaaaifled). 

Seeda. canary 

SMda,miiaUad 



Shelis and absll work. 

Sienna earth 

SQk, mannfaofared ... 

SOk^raw 

Silks, span 

8ak,apun (waate) 

SUverware 

Skina 

Snails 

Sanff 

Soap 

Soap stock 

StoM. building 



YalnAi 



7, 



13. Gil. 08 

fW3,4e9.33 

40,667.21 

97,370.31 

971.58 

398,468.56 

1, 035. 16 

12,604.96 

1,626.57 

2,566.85 

708.69 

135.10 

18,054.56 

947.33 

417.56 

427.05 

64,603.97 

50.77 

744,108.21 

26,979.79 

3. 500. 75 

5,280.72 

44, 332. 40 

15,551.89 

3.440.00 

92, 140. 17 

1,458.68 

15,400.26 

419,847.81 

210, 707. 30 

58,665.76 

42,666.60 

6,846.64 

177,766.88 

3.47 

812.00 

208,428.33 

102,437.69 

4,963.75 



Articles. 



Yalne. 



Straw goods, braida and plaiting . . 

Straw goods, hats 

Sngar 

Soiphnroil 

Somao 

Sondries 

Sweets 

Sqaills 

Simp 

Talo 

Tartar 

Terra ootta, manufactures of 

Theatrical ornaments •. 

Tin 

Tobacco extract 

Tomatoes ■ 

Tomato paste 

Tomato sauce 

Tortoise shell 

Toys 

Umber earth 

Vamiah 

Vases 

Velvet 

Vermouth 

Vinegar 

Violin strings 

Whisks 

Wine 

Wires 

Wood and wooden goods 

Wool 

Works of art 

Total ... 

Total for preceding year 

Increase 



♦779, 

1. 

86, 

83, 

466, 

280. 



10, 

54, 

1, 
IB. 



169, 



153, 

1, 
2, 

M. 



629.14 
938.69 
914.80 
847.27 
638.07 
529.22 
650.08 
765.82 
50.00 
123.72 
126.12 
876.23 
849.06 
079.15 
154,40 
211. 17 
661.63 
256.80 
274.59 
886.10 
539.06 

8.74 
204.72 
163.32 
979.54 

7.76 
148.80 
340.20 
664.87 
106.18 
150.33 
306.55 
571.70 



27,933,410.28 



22, 927. 162. 91 
5,006,227.37 



Statememt ahovnng ihe declared value of exports for the United Statee at the »ever€U Ameri- 
can coneulatee and agenoiee in Italy during the year ended June SO, 189S. 



ArtldM. 



BOLOGICA. 



Cheese 
Clover 



MedieiDas 

Rnahbaskets jk. 

Sansagea 

Straw goods 

Wine 

Sondziea 



Total. 



GATAHIA. 



Alinonds •..•*...........•••■•* 

A«|»halt 

Brimstone ................ 

Canary seed •• 

Cheese 

Sasenoe of IsmoB ..•*......... 

lUberts 

LaBBonJnJoe •••...... 

lonuma ...•.••.-••... 

^'^•caroni... ......... -.-••••••. 

Mnaioal instemnente (luttd or- 
pn^ 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$96.50 



6,388.30 
89,888.77 

2.764.84 
677.43 
170.59 

6,896.54 



468.20 



107,345.17 



Dec 31, 1892. 



11,240.00 
8,026.40 

84,809.99 
8,787.00 



208.08 



15,728.89 
114.00 



$1,866.81 

55,996.19 

76.75 

517.09 

771.58 

12.027.46 



71,254.88 



15,660.59 

1, 861. 00 

116,685.45 



300.11 
'*6,'i74.'26 
'89,'268.'75 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$26.54 

2, 618. 61 

65,198.26 

22.84 

1,208.23 

173.70 

20,917.55 

185.66 



90,845.39 



June 80, 1898. 



$78.84 



1,235.20 
86,935.69 



1,188.00 



89,432.23 



9,561.53 
85,274.92 



8,551.20 
60,199.94 



U0.00 



1,746.65 
10,836.95 
16,117.82 



144.75 



8,551.20 

79,816.89 

626.68 



TotaL 



$169. 84 

26.54 

12, 103. 42 

288,018.91 

2, 862. 93 

8,590.75 

1, 115. 87 

89, 840. 05 

185.66 

463.20 



358,377.17 



28,537.24 

24, 784. 88 

202, 388. 18 

8,787.00 

444.86 

208.08 

5,674.20 

7, 102. 40 

196»009.47 

626.68 

224.00 



88 



COMMEAGIAL RELATIONS. 



Stattm^ni ahowinif ih^ 4eelarcd.valu^ qf exparU for the United St^tee, flc^^ontin 



ArtiolM. 



GATANiA— continiiad. 



Mustard seed . 

Oranges 

Tomato sauoe. 
Wine 



Total. 



vLOBiirai. 



Alabaster goods. . 

Books 

Bronses 

Chinaware 

Household goods. 
Marble statuary . 
Mosaic goods...... 

Fictotes 

Silvervrare 

Skins 

Soap 

Straw goods 

Sundries 

Wine 



Total. 



OBNOA. 



Alabaster . . 
Antiquities 
Beans 



Books, printed 

Bricks 

Cheese ....• 

Chestnuts 

Cluths, ornamental . . . 

Copper goods 

Coral 

Earthen wsi«. ....«...< 

Effects, private ., 

Filigroe 

Fish, salted and at oil 

Fruits- 
Candied 

Dry and green — 

Furniture ...; 

Garlic 

Gloves 

Glue 

G-lycorine 

Granite irorks ..;.... 

Gum, Arabic 

Hats, parts of 

Hides and skins 

Instruments, musical. 

Lemons , 

Liquors 

Macaroni 

Machinery , 

Marble, works of 

Medicinals , 

Mushrooms , 

Oakum 

Olive oil 

Olives 

Paper , 

Peas , 

Pictures , 

Powder, insect 

Bice 

Sausages 

Shells , 

Silk, raw , 

Soap , 

Statuary, bronse...... 

Stone: 

Building , 

Pumice 



Quarter ending— 



S^t.80,lS82. 



18,440.00 



266.80 
81&00 



17,269.84 

935.20 

1,400.00 

8,098.30 

12,400.00 

20,UL42 

1,288.48 

6,897.10 

688.80 

711.20 



120,378.28 

4,147.68 

272.40 



189,483.61 



660.00 



496.70 

271.81 

8,676161 

1,618.30 

1,816.03 



185.23 



886.10 
2,608.00 
2,20L63 

6,158.22 
235.00 
719.44 
816.12 

1,072.04 



18,602.16 



8,633.62 



1,444.98 

401.41 

7,860.60 



1,727.78 

742.60 

306,30 

560.00 

88, 341. U 



72.83 



6, 987. 10 
362.77 



36,050.50 
6, 075. 95 



3, 902. 12 
742.97 



Deo. 81, 1808. 



$11,091.27 



8,166.00 

16,254.58 

650.40 

18,817.16 

911.33 

5,408.64 

721.01 

186,902.97 

140.00 

6,806.87 



248,978.09 



129.84 



12,210.66 

18,064.96 

607.83 

125.48 



4,842.98 
2,886.60 

8,246.70 

6,677.76 

154.78 

96.68 



17,030.07 

""miii 

"6,'086.'32 



88^89 
8,980.53 



846.15 
1,938.65 



88,705.28 

15.44 

735.62 

204.92 

1,095.66 



4,729.53 

54.27 

814. 06 

40,553.28 

5, 095. 73 

244.03 

125.56 
821. 10 



Msr.81,1808. 



$122,238.67 



462.64 



8,207.64 

700.80 

1,010.00 

2»427.46 

80^213.60 

18,067.60 

687.00 

11.693.77 



19t 169. 76 

659.38 

277,867.71 

1,107.75 

6,552.40 



Jiiim80,1808. 



$56,097.28 



72.87 



10,904.70 

1,491.18 

681.40 

716.60 

21,73&10 

18,481.16 

670.87 

20,219.08 

6.896.51 

1,967.43 



114,427.21 



7,892.41 



878,514.66 1 204,635.59 



966.26 
698.40 



66.56 



5,602.76 
1,612.06 



188.88 



065.25 
8,944.10 
2,997.16 

8,041.96 



126.48 
611.35 



7,88L68 
'"457.'i6 



6,608.65 

883.65 

222.46 

1,600.86 

7,791,10 

106L76 



2,081.00 
962.37 



48,933,66 



6,2a3.56 
760.46 



2,540.70 
8,048.76 



188.86 



613.60 
1,049.16 

246.80 
7,497.86 

130.60 

960.00 



225.60 
88.40 



4,822.96 
2,718.86 

882.0ft 

i'eS'so' 



164.46 

16,466.66 

8,856.16 

1,680.40 

1,494.05 

110.00 



637.60 
9.303.46 

246.85 

864.66 
1,843.10 

66L40 



'04,'630.'}6 



1,479.45 

7,242.26 

829. 80 



23,553.90 
2,646.45 



4,897.20 



To 



$8, 
178, 



652, 



•7, 

«. 

8, 

62, 

«, 
27, 

1, 

69^ 

6, 

20, 



1,0U 



1, 
1 



21 

2 



t 
14. 
10 

17, 
6 
2 



60 

8 

2 

1 

14 

1 

8 

88 

8 

4 
8 

186 



1 
1 

25 
2 

122 
16 



4 



EUROPE — TTALY. 



89 



Staimtnt Bhowimg fiW declared value ofexpori$far the United 8iate$, ete. — Continued. 



aSNOA— oontiniied. 



fltnwgoods 
Sd^bt, nw. 

Sweets 

lUe 

TiD 



Toji 

YarnJah 

Tnm 

TelTet 

Wteto, eotton and jate. 



Wiraa 

Wood, wood«ii wan. 
Wool 



1\>U1 

LBSKMOr AHD CABBARA. 



Aigola 

AMttaunxy... 
AacboYMi .. 
Boneieaeid. 



Brier wood. 



Caadtod. 
In brine. 



fk atta(di y) 

Glycerina ..•.•> 

Hemp 

HcrboCdfy) 

IcoB ove...... ... 

J^aniper berriea 
Iaavel1e«Tea .. 



Marble: 
Blodk... 
Worked. 



Saba. 

TUea 

Chtoa .... 

CBreoll 

Ottiarooc 

JntBuDCa • . • • 

Pontoe etime 



Boap 
loap stock 



Tak. 

Uaiber earth.. 

Wine 

¥lsof>llaneotna. 



T4»tal. 



Almonda .. 

AtfOlB 

Artiehokea 
Bcftne 



Canary aeed 

Capers 

Cffment 

Cbeese 

Chestnuta 

Chickpeas 

Gitxana (in brine). 



Qarter ending- 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



$2S3.ao 
1,164.88 



67.90 



&74 



188.82 

U9.748.80 

6,71&00 



1,192.60 



Bso. 81, 1892. 



$1,106.44 



800.68 
88&90 



88.61 



204.72 



103,944.17 

7,898.23 

106.18 



6,097.56 

88,964.11 

8,166.90 



7,182.81 
1.848.49 
9,281.88 



1», 

7, 

10. 
6. 



172.18 
108.00 
012.14 
082.87 



6, 
1. 



167.88 
196.55 
889.75 



12,868.00 



140, 
10, 

ai, 

68, 
5, 



*6, 



416.43 
542.96 
439.54 
080.96 
53L88 
470.08 
271.79 
9ia60 
88.60 
167.88 
769.14 
541.86 



667.46 
24.70 
252.83 
522.58 
,267.20 
798.28 



676,966.66 



6,647.84 
90,097.68 



16.01 



8,102.80 



8,779.87 



278,675.22 296,680.80 



8,022.29 

44,820.22 

4,211.50 



8,421.60 
1.565.78 
5,903.46 



69,619.07 

8,896.94 

11,823.78 

14,586.42 



1,588.82 



88,201.86 

2,418.66 

47.24 



106,768.91 

4,492.26 

14,807.82 

42,182.68 

1,140.12 

889.08 

82,296.09 

18,127.15 



6,076.88 

77,683.77 

62,512.38 

6.057.16 

527.90 

64.42 



2,190.27 
816.90 
774.27 



628,584.87 



30,908.76 

68,640.93 

9.84 

6.40 



8,923.06 
90.88 



25.46 
246.62 



6,14L12 



Har 31,1893. 



$4,648.65 

85,914.80 



1,149.84 

'"ioifw 



118,239.25 
14,264.35 



1,880.06 



June 80, 1898. 



1,716.70 

19,438.00 

1,982.20 

802.78 
9, 198. 61 
8,380.84 
8,943.78 

631.75 

16,137.16 
6,152.26 

10,428.51 

8,996.71 

1,842.56 

4,063.07 

079.64 

21,078.67 
1,664.69 



146,217.18 

4,184.66 

11,584.05 

42,272.48 

1,371.60 

1,978.52 

68,932.23 

12,960.iM 



12, 041. 68 

107,525.26 

28,270.44 

14,093.27 

1,190.06 



1,840.70 

2,865.57 

2,516.60 

868.51 



572,895.90 



28,896.82 
66,725.20 



59.60 

7, 809. 82 

1,067.15 

9.72 

8.86 

861.02 



49.68 
8,819.97 



TbtaL 



$6| 017.96 



625.00 

13,079.16 

83.30 



886.10 



U4,466.06 
9,566.06 



808.45 
2,806.55 
1,454.79 



848,907.83 810,875.47 



8.261.12 
47,860.82 



1,662.12 
4,164.82 
1,752.30 
5,246.50 



15,646.26 



11,272.66 
848.18 



8,174.8b 



880.19 



167,965.94 

7, 716. 19 

10,487.83 

86,350.24 

2,071.19 

2,544.81 

78,058.96 

9,662.62 



10,087.26 

66,469.67 

29.872.87 

14,618.86 

5,046.62 

111.06 

2,619.47 

1.451.68 

3,338.04 

1,220.18 



648,276.22 



22,484.28 

96,177.83 

36.28 



874.68 

'mis 



112,666.04 

85,914.80 

614.23 

8,328.87 

18,079.15 

179.81 

109.56 

886.10 

8.74 

204.72 

168.32 

456.808.27 

87, 944. 68 

106.18 

808.45 

2,306.56 

8,267.31 



1,234,629.32 



14,006.07 

160.577.15 

9,359.60 

2,464.90 

28,067.24 

7,061.86 

28,874.66 

681.76 

280,874.61 
81,667.20 
43,636.08 
26,468.63 

1,842.56 
13,827.64 

2,147.02 
60,472.07 

5,763.28 

47.24 

12,352.00 

660,368.46 

20,885.06 

62,818.74 

141,896.81 

6,114.24 

9,378.40 

277,554.07 

46,667.21 

38.60 

83,363.00 

285.447.84 

166,187.04 

88,768.70 

7,322.03 

190.17 

4,613.00 

6,589.05 

8,938.78 

8,670.19 



2,820,178.04 



688.19 



88,887.16 

810,641.14 

40.12 

66.09 

7, 309. 82 

U, 764. 89 

110.56 

3.86 

4.228.10 

246.52 

40.68 

10,149.28 



90 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Stalement &howing (he deelared valne of exporti for the United 8tai€$, etc, — Continned. 



Axtlclfifl. 



MB88XNA-— oontiiiTied. 



Qnarter endings 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



BMenoes • 

Figs, dried 

Fllberte 

Fi«h,salt 

Qarlio 

Grains 

Hazelnuts 

Herbs, aromatic 

Lemons 

Lemon jnice 

Lentils 

Liquors 

Lapines 

Macaroni 

Olives 

Olive oil (for table use) 

Olive oil (mechanical) 

Oranges 

Paper 

Peel, orange, lemon, and other 

Pistachio nata 

Pumice stone 

Sausages 

Silk, raw 

Skins, raw goat 

Snails 

Soap 

Soap stock 

Squills 

Statuary 

Sulphur 

Sulphur oil 

Sweets 

Tomatoes 

Tomato paste 

Walnuts 

Wine 

Wine lees 

Wood 



Total 



MILAN. 



Antiquities 

Books 

BrocAtels 

Bxittuns 

Caoatchouc ware 

Checsfis 

Coverlets 

Extract of chestnut trees. 

Extract of liquors 

Extract of Humac 

Fan s 

Furniture 

Gloves 

Hams 

Hat bands 

Hemp yams 

Horseliair 

Human hair 

Jewelers' saws 

India rubber goods 

Ironware 

Lamps for electric lights . 

Liquors and wines 

Lit^ocTflphieH 

Medicinal preparations . . . . 

Metidlic medals 

Mushrooms, preserv^ . . . . 

Olive oils 

Peanuts 

Rice 

Sausages 

Silks: 

Manufactured 

Raw 

Waste 

Spun 



882,968.88 



63,862.88 
124.19 



Deo. 81^ 1882. 



180.78 

23,451.32 

8.47 

202, 079. 78 

28,640.18 



04.48 

79.70 

623.02 

61,088.84 



4.204.88 



288.69 
8.47 



017.60 



741.00 

7,433.87 

100.86 



578,292.74 



272.80 
1, 821. 39 
1,894.79 

930.26 
3, 680. 10 
6, 610. 68 

600.05 



188,146.86 

1,476.42 

62,088.68 

221.86 

807.14 



Mar. 81, 1883. 



8800,878.12 



844,800.20 
16,381.76 



86.44 

122.28 

203.36 

4,678.25 

44,886.12 

09,760.16 



8L00 
9,864.90 
1,476.70 



10,367.66 
8,469.66 



88.87 



148.22 
80.09 



1.93 
31.86 



6.21 

856.08 

13,165.55 



1,310,124.57 



81,186.67 
60.18 
2L76 



Jane80,1898. 



$118,863.86 



Totd. 



9,468.88 



628,460.95 

88,646.67 

26.76 



27.72 

77.68 

822.23 

86,888.88 

848,912.28 

14a 76 

1,060.86 



2482.U 
'ii,'66L62' 



8, 2.%. 43 
178.68 



2,644.88 



666,348.44 
14,164.86 



4.48 



222.84 

24.18 

719.33 

16,469.19 

174.124.06 

14.47 

633.28 



6,037.30 

14.85 

28,642.48 



349.66 
7, 587. 73 



601.62 



237.84 
9,146.74 



362. 81 
2, 034. 19 
1, 834. 45 

205.45 

10,361.22 

1, 582. 81 



292.80 
14, 767. 94 



21,802.65 
6, 555. 81 



401. 04 
4.022.42 



17, 688. 56 



224.36 



79. 496. 10 

1,743,593.84 

6, 777. 07 

4,612.97 



2,557.13 

2, 425. 43 

57.03 

18,966.73 



1,554.85 

17,549.84 

853.67 



13,464.79 



109.96 
137. 03 



414. 09 

1,041.58 

134,078.01 

2, 203. 099. 49 

3, 963. 52 

23,027.52 



1,307,638.19 



1,061.60 
366.14 
642.33 

1,929.18 

131.45 

12,617.68 



7,477.42 
1. 069. 79 



21, 024. 13 
206.87 



12,117.77 
6,942.90 



176.59 

618.97 

7,906.04 



1,639.13 



779. 26 

1, 035. 15 

207.12 

452.24 

88. 64f%. 61 

1, 807, 437. 03 

3,012.44 

14,570.53 



41.26 
289.66 



8,3.38.66 
3.87 



159.14 
4,140.78 



1,043,463.90 



839.68 
8,401.31 



7,160.60 
210.60 



142.63 
6,287.54 



101.40 

21,624.12 

386.40 

8,745.66 

19,498.07 

7,406.26 

180.36 

117.65 

540.70 

698.51 



4,054.82 
1, 100. 10 
2,675.32 
1,271.47 
63.07 



409.77 
458.72 

113. 625. 45 

1, 130. 323. 81 

28,912.57 

11,454.74 



$480,744.75 

1,476.42 

150.411.60 

575.90 

828.90 

180.79 

86,549.58 

3.47 

2,230,189.37 

141,743.86 

26^76 

4.43 

86.44 

466.83 

884.78 

6,842.83 

147,231.48 

633,796.48 

163.28 

1,674.19 

9,351.90 

14,261.08 

14.86 

81,671.06 

8, 749. 15 

3.47 

130.12 

289.06 

765.82 

8a 06 

349.56 

10,926.39 

6.80 

31.36 

661.68 

6.21 

1,493.56 

88, 886. 04 

100.36 



4,297,519.40 



1,061.50 

1, 001. 75 

4,887.50 

8, 559. 73 

1, 267. 15 

89.819.60 

8,413.07 

500.05 

142.53 

15,822.09 

8,405.22 

450.73 

77,082.92 

592.77 

5, 300. 51 

70, 468. 33 

20, 703. 73 

180.35 

117.55 

540. 70 

775. 10 

929.01 

28,448.07 

1, 100. 10 

22,453.34 

1,271.47 

163.03 

916.29 

1,035.15 

1,285.34 

1,952.54 

415. 848. 23 

6, 884, 454. 17 

42.065.60 

63.665.76 



EUBOPE — ^ITALY. 



91 



Stgimmi 9kavnng ike declared value of expwrU for the United Statee, ^ec.— CODtinued. 



Quarter endings 



Smp 

Statnaxy and painthigt 
nealTMal onuments.. 
SoBdrim 



Total 

Xotal for preoeding year 



Sept. 30, lan. 



$1,206.78 
820.00 



121.08 



lOLAZZO. 



QUTeoa... 
PtoTinons < 



Total 



BrfmstoiM. . . . . , 

Chaeee ■ 

Cttnteof lime. 



Ifaeanml.... 

Mai^fij^ ...... 

Marine aalt 

Oihreoil 

OUt«» 

Orange peel. 

Oranges 

Soepatock .. 



Wine 

MiaeeOaneooa. 



Total 

Total for pnoeding yi 



Aatiqiiltlea 

Aapluut and bitumen 

Bronaea, mannfaoniree of 

Cbeeee 

Oopper, mannfactoiee of 

Bimwiiica 

DianMwda ...••.... 

Xarth, green 

lartli. oienna 

Xedeafaatical yeatmenta 

linitnre and framea 

GoatakJna 

Jewelry 

Martks mannfcfltnrea of 

Harineaalt 

Moeaica 

Knaical inatmmenta 

Koaleal atiinga 

PaJntfaiga 

Pbetographa 

Plaatercaata.... 

Porcelain 

fieligioaa deTotion, azilolea of. 

8heep cheeae 

Silk manafiustiiTaa of 

aflk,rair 

Straw hata 

Semdrlea 



Terra ootta, maanlSaetnrea of. 



Total. 



1,106,004.80 
1.001,28L25 



Dec. 31,1802. 



$1,423.00 

1,340.05 

227.01 



2.248,084.40 
1,841,001.40 



825,323.56 



20, 

420, 

1. 



738.78 
238.40 
382.56 



427. 
1. 



470.87 
471.83 
645.10 
841.03 



11, 



82&14 
084.65 



2, 
8, 
»«, 
2, 
7. 



716.60 
588.87 
606.50 
785.00 
062. U 



1,003,361.08 
088,008.17 



14,263.76 



1,211.04 

2,621.62 

1.673.06 

34.724.16 



813.60 

104.22 

00.81 



11,861.63 
""*667.*87' 



6,5()8.66 

75.62 

2,020.74 



1,106.073.00 



846.21 

61.50 

152.28 

427.05 

7.76 



083.80 



31,277.24 

870,643.83 

6,706.30 

3,474.60 

610.08 

2,088.10 

468,724.34 

13,727.00 

8,108.03 

3,121.00 

6,027.81 

1,346.86 



187,360.70 
1,07&34 

123,724.07 
4,407.75 
6,763.83 



1,232,166.86 
1,003,563.83 



138, 603. 03 



Mar. 31, 1803. 



01,148.08 
260.68 



42.46 



1,004,020.82 
1,030,631.82 



June 30, 1803. 



Total. 



01,685.22 
080.07 



04,040.02 

3,404.06 

1,340.06 

802.86 



064,480.10 



8,808.10 

600,670.28 

2,023.80 

81,707.51 

470.06 

6,836.20 

747,484.60 

21,800.71 



13,663.76 

2,068.06 

216.13 

1,280.48 

263.630.64 

11, 071. 06 

06,010.50 

4,833.83 

2,216.72 



1,714,346.38 
1,406,778.62 



307.567.76 



8,807.30 
'i,*864.*28' 



103.07 



61.11 
3,010.77 



532.05 
4.710.55 



103.46 



410.61 



486.40 
10,876.00 



00.40 
2,631.11 



77,283.62 



1,083.08 

438.07 

0,01&36 



15,603.00 



16,501.46 
1,230.06 



776.83 
8,852.10 



60,066.40 



4,416.73 

570. 74 

7, 610. 16 



73.34 

iisJio' 



2,608.83 



576.08 
7, 760. 64 



2,436.38 



33.80 

264.28 

U, 628. 00 



U1.04 
'6,'2d0.'07 



14, 100. 28 

600.63 

304.04 

4,616.23 



60,013.65 



1.867.747.81 i 7,727,037.52 
1,020,331.47 I 4,602,836.33 



847,416.84 8,034,30L20 



020.60 



020.60 



6,683.86 

888.250.06 

4. 013. 64 

27,468.67 



1,400.01 

1,670,000.83 

15, 158. 61 

1,242.16 

18,851.45 

4,240.07 

1,226.17 

637. 41 

175,427.06 

8, 470. 12 

134,136.82 

6,686.56 

1,406.13 



3,373,854.01 
1,861,066.04 



612,787.07 



3,887.10 

725.68 

2,021.48 



2,654.04 

450.02 

4,576.52 



8,218.88 
806.01 



288.16 
6,272.21 



1,101.47 
306.62 



13,084.01 
'*4,'i50."5i 



2,328.03 
1,023.06 



47,708.60 



1,266.81 

61. SO 

162.28 

427.06 

7.76 



1,004.40 



66,007.88 

1,702,610.16 

13,216.10 

62,740.68 

1,464.00 

10,801.54 

3,213.461.02 

62,717.44 

4,440.10 

47,461.36 

13, 330. 30 

2,787.66 

1.036.80 

610, 143. 00 

24, 217. 30 

451,315.98 

18. 720. 14 

17,438.78 



6,323.728.68 
6, 350, 507. 06 



073, 221. 62 



11,312.26 
8,018.04 

13. 908. 94 
34,724.16 

73.34 

193. 57 

113. 10 

61.11 

8,078.23 

564.14 

6. 253. 31 

7, 760. 64 

532.95 

21,755.04 

506.01 

781.42 

33.30 

552.43 

31. 471. 95 
513.50 

18,054.56 

417.56 

410. 51 

36, 687. 98 

485.40 

44,727.34 

1,038.60 

804.04 

6,044.16 

876.23 

7,406.06 



254,762.36 



92 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement ehawing tke declared value of exports for the United Statee, etc, — Continued. 



Articles. 



TUBOr. 



Books , 

Casks 

Cheese 

Cbestxiats , 

Extract of Termath 

&lassirsze , 

GrsQite, worked . . . . . 

Qunstooks .... 

Haircloth 

Hair, human 

Photographs , 

Piano, meohaoical . . . 

Pictures 

Plumbago..... 



Qoarter ending- 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



$88.86 



Pnmp 

Rice 

Seeds 

Silk: 

Mannflkotnred. 

Raw 

Talo 

Tobacco extract. . . 

Yennnth 

Wax matches . .. . . 

Wine 

Woolen cloths . . . . 
Miscellaneons 



Total. 



VBHIGB. 



Antiquities 

Books 

Fnmitnre and woodwork 

Olassware and beads 

Olyoerin 

Hemp 

Iron and brass ware 

Laos uid embroideries . . . 

Matches 

Marble, carved 

Paintings 

Rags 

Sh^work 

Straw plaits 

Sundries 

Whisk .• 

Wine and spirits 



Total. 



8,114.60 
860.03 

1,924.66 
098.77 



1,742.68 
14,906.77 
676.81 
164.40 
43,338.11 
U2.28 
166.66 



Dec. 81, 1802. Mar. 31, 1893 



6171.48 



1,068.48 



280.41 



976.71 
8,874.64 
2,796.89 



1,003.60 
464.01 



45.72 



76,216.64 



8.875.20 
12,158.04 



88,922.96 
80.20 
80.20 



800.00 



8,030.00 
8,870.06 



67,686.46 



84,836.14 
604.21 



$748.86 



1,640.71 

15,004.88 

8.878.40 



186.10 



452.01 



06.60 

13,073.30 

1,605.64 



6,384.80 



6,725.11 

7,655.27 

4,830.00 

81,537.01 



1,728.75 

240.00 

1,481.00 



8,280.60 
0,76L47 



147. 17 
77,701.97 



61,571.70 

1,008.42 

1,468.71 

00.80 



2,484.00 



0,674.06 

7,763.52 

6,220.34 

44.157.30 



2,758.28 



553.00 
8,578.10 
1,105.08 



88,848.77 



June 80, 1888* 



$130.45 

862. iB 

1,608.18 



1,204.66 

12,401.23 

2,851.84 

105.60 



483.82 
6a 77 



1,675.00 
8,06L05 



81,048.00 

112.20 

242.21 

7,663.78 

288.06 



1,690.00 

860.00 

8,811.15 

9.038.40 

l,tt;fitf.l6 

88,004.87 

251.66 

2,083.40 



2,426.00 
2.262.10 

501. 57 
2,750.00 
1.238.00 

840.20 



67,686.01 



TotaL 



$800.80 

852.23 

2,352.03 

1,062.43 

680.69 

220.41 

8,114.66 

4,763.00 

88,385.30 

10,525.00 

105.60 

185.10 

1,003.60 

047.83 

60.77 

452.01 

46.73 

8,614.18 

107, 236. 75 

3,182.35 

154.40 

169.289.85 

1, 747. 20 

1 877.47 

7,763.58 

288.96 



861,739.85 



9,508.80 

869.00 

84,086.32 

86,605.23 

12.889.50 

188,522.54 

840.86 

2,083.40 

1,728.75 

240.00 

7,465.28 

8,262.10 

1,144.57 

38,547.88 

14,974.61 

840.20 

147.17 

886,856.81 



EUBOPE — ^ITALY. 



93 



COMMBBOE OF ITALY. 



flfftifU 



^Iimlijff9r ike eight manthe ended Auguei SI, 189S, eompmred tpUn ike 

eame period of 189S. 



of 



SniritB, wine, and oQa. .. . 
OroeolM, iVloes, and 

tobaooo 

Chflmicala, diuga, raalna, 

and porftunQiry ..«...•• 
Dj«a, d jeatoAs and artl> 

elea for tanning 

Eamp, daac. Jute, ete 

Wool and hair 

8ilk 

Wood and straw 

Bookaand paper 

SUna, bidea, and ftira. . . . 

Miaerala and metala 

Skne, earth, pottery, and 
gla^a 

Gweala, flonr, and Teea* 
tible prodaota not eiae- 
where inelnded 

Anhnala and animal pro> 
doeta notelaewhere in- 
elnded 

MiMeUaneona...... 

TMid 

SuTor and gold ■..••..«■. 

GnodtotaL 



Importa. 



Eight 

montba 

ending 

Augnat 81, 



17.196.138 

68,413,125 

81,500,066 

16.401.612 
17.487,006 
1161,785,870 
48,080.167 
83. 280, 118 
25,358,527 
8,158,661 
20,708,811 
70,510,450 

80,760,061 



165,607,085 



48,708,402 
11,518,670 



800,687,088 
81,007,800 



841,504,888 



Eight 

months 

ending 

Au^ist 31, 



14,283,402 

58,870,665 

26,270.772 

16,600,285 
14,867,478 
100,105,877 
47.006,005 
58,058,060 
25,038,801 
7,066,016 
28,755,048 
78,456,075 

76,445,102 
06,241,618 



48,888,650 
10,711,262 



600,780,204 
20,047,600 



720,006,804 



Inoreaae or 
deorease. 



Xife. 
+2,842,646 



.440 



+5,810,286 

—77,678 

+2,620,427 

+1,680.408 

+803,172 

+25.246,050 

+314,726 

+187, 765 

+045,868 

+6,051,484 

+4,824,860 



+60,866,872 



+408,838 
+802,417 



+100,047,704 
+1,060,200 



+111,007,004 



Eight 

months 
ending 
Aagaat 81, 
1888. 



78,780,021 

4,285,443 

25,630,147 

6.760,465 
25,727,600 
10.766.875 

7,061,010 

101,081.048 

21,800,666 

5,158,855 
15, 114. 701 
22,605,002 

41,182,446 



64,688,117 



70,106,181 
10,823,228 



610, 888, 185 
23, 013, 100 



684,806,285 



Eight 

months 

ending 

Angnsi 31, 

1802. 



lArt. 
80,107,560 

8,267,575 

24,181,078 

6, 172, 116 
26,684,038 
10, 077, 655 

8,812,210 

224,564,042 

20,250.682 

4,520,430 
18,060,066 
24,166,880 

80,218,378 



40,878,882 



64.028,571 
8,717,103 



615,740,240 
41,705,500 



657,454,740 



Increase or 
decrease. 



Lirt. 
^1,416,648 

+067.867 

+1,405,167 

+588,248 
—067,248 
+680,220 

—1.281.200 
-32,582,003 

+1, 540, 884 
+637,016 

+1.053,786 

-1,661,707 

+1,063,168 



+16,264,778 



+6,077,660 
+1,606,125 



-4,856,114 
17,702,400 



—38,648,514 



94 



COMMERCIAL BELATION& 



NETHERLANDS* 

Value ofdeeUired eacportsfi^ the United Staie$far the pear emMng June SO, X8St 



Axtloles. 



Antiqnitiea 

Bulbs and plants 

Chee«e 

Coooa uid ohooolate 

Coooa beans (formerly Included 

with cocoa) 

Cocoa batter 

Coffee 

Biamonda 

Dvestuffe and drags 

Figh, herring, etc 

Glims, copal anddamar 

Hides and skins 

India rubber 

Iron, old raila 

Linengouds 

Oils. Haarlem, etc 

Plate glass (Atlas Works) 

Bags and paper stock 

Seeds, fleld and garden 

Spices, nntmegs. mace, etc 

Spirits, gin and liquors 

Sugar (refined) 

Tin, banka and billiton 

To bacco 

Vegetables, pickled, etc 

Sundry articles 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Increase 
Decrease 



BOTTBHDAM. 



Antiquities 

Arao , 

Balances 

Bark 

Beans 

Beta napbthoi 

Books 

Bottles (coses) .... 

Brass irons 

Bric-a-brac 

Bulbs 

Candle pit<;h 

Canary seed 

Caraway seed 

Carpet 

Cassia 

Chee8<? 

Chicory root 

Church symbols. . . 

(.'ocoa powder 

Coffee 

(Jubebs 

Delft ware 

Earthenware 

Empty tierces 

Empty grain bags. 

Flax and tow 

Fumltare 

(Jin 

Glue 

Glycerin 

(voat calfskins .... 

Gum copal 

Hair 

Herring 

Human hair 

Indigo 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 30, 1802. 



115,168.50 
56,237.68 
86,474.12 
58,818.88 



67, 

403, 

1,600, 

28, 

10. 

2, 

13, 

14, 

5. 

8, 

2. 

50, 

18, 

37, 

27, 

4, 

3, 

83, 

1, 3*:.. 

10, 
48, 



064.23 
071.12 
648.08 
340.28 
100.00 
538.52 
607.01 
886.74 
533.80 
509.05 
813.51 
473.26 
668.12 
791.76 
224.30 
533.38 
242.50 
620. 26 
Ono. 65 
460.63 
744.50 



4,057.351.63 
1,702.220.57 



2, 355, 131. 06 



2, 



1. 

1, 



297.60 
517. 76 
756. 86 
297.48 
589.84 
204.00 
543.43 
215.63 



225, 

4. 

1, 

6, 
87, 



459.50 
771.09 
701.92 
224.04 
638. 70 
184. 59 
037. 52 
139.38 



1. 
116, 



605.25 
742.90 
809.80 



1, 

7, 
11, 

3. 
22. 



386.00 
830. 74 
500.00 
156.34 
670. 18 
91G. 86 
082. 26 



16, 167. 54 



566.10 
922.04 



276, 
"2i,'56i'6i 



Dec. 81, 1802. 



$0,460.80 

11, 337. 52 

25,067.06 

160.220.87 



48,522.56 

868, 700. 23 

1,880,414.88 

43, 071. 81 

8.08a 00 

1.724.71 

30,060.01 

25,546.24 



1,427.52 

8,157.00 

74, 317. 16 

10,310.92 

80, 196. 21 

69, 752. 72 

11,587.56 

4, 416. 00 

112, 225. 66 

1, 732, 005. 96 

31.726.17 

41, 8] 2. 15 



lCar.81,1808. 



$4,750.95 

1.366.40 

16,501.00 

134,486.47 

20,104.26 

117, 325. 88 

200, 367. 68 

1,570,226.35 

28,600.82 

1. 830, 75 

7,463.98 

63,311.02 

•8,483.16 



859.12 

8, 903. 21 

70, 357. 36 

881.25 

21, 139. 96 

12, 132. 91 

7, 889. .33 

1. 589. 18 

68, 365. 92 

220,715.48 

15,805.30 

39,411.84 



4,249,007.92 
2, 324, 686. 00 



2, 717, 549. 58 
1, 969, 489. 90 



1,924,321.92 1 748,050.68 



1, 805. 60 
850. 64 
274. 08 



1, 280. 56 

86.25 

1, 596. 24 



1, 022. 30 



201.88 

515. 12 

92.40 

967.70 

6, 452. 28 

1, 724. 93 



1, 221. 88 

28, 788. 44 

5,248.22, 

818. 09 

634.48 

108, 694. 38 

540.00 

487.08 

680.90 



2, 406. 16 

8, 672. 12 

860.94 

32, 089. 26 

985. 57 

20, 392. 55 

5, 997. 44 

679. 22 

3, 762. 66 

182, 708. 28 

1, 119. 40 

50,720.08 



3, 275. GO 



634.10 



1, 004. 20 
1, 090. .58 
3, 412. TO 



8, 918. 77 
11, 867. 42 



5, 370. 43 

251.43 

67, 957. 63 



847.00 
828.47 



1, 043. 00 

11, 644. 54 

337.00 

23,588.95 



14, 502. 42 

13,472.77 

2,029.72 

6, 045. 08 

173,407.11 



1,710.84 



JnneSO, 1803. 



$1,210.10 

leo. 18 

6,663.65 
05,436.37 

16,006.46 

78,062.78 

81,546.70 

1, 447, 401. 60 

12,217.87 

1,589.26 

1,253.27 

27,434.03 



2,212.32 
60, 621. 14 

3,685.41 
14.410.58 

4,496.16 

7, 271. 30 

14,875.48 

273. 033. 52 

1, 540, 69& 70 

1, 283. 70 
20, 172. 27 



3,724.833.75 
3.788,706.13 



63,872.38 



365.20 
179. 76 
519.00 



3, 859. 53 



113.63 
522. 82 



1, 332. 93 
2, 194. 53 



7,456.95 
'i.'255."85" 



62, 647. 37 
"i," 164.16 



3,848.14 
14.501.04 

2, 071. 60 
28, 428. 68 



11, 224. 02 

10, 628. 24 

714.27 

1, 376. 50 

2,5S2.00 



510.79 



Tot 



$30. 
60, 
84, 

457, 

36, 

305, 

1.143, 

6.106. 

112. 

16, 

12, 
125, 

48. 
5. 

10. 

12, 
264, 

33, 
103, 
113. 

31, 

24, 

587, 

4,848, 

59, 
154, 



14,748, 



4,063, 



5, 

1. 
3, 

8, 



1, 
1, 

2, 
234. 

12, 

1. 

16, 

85. 

5, 

0, 

1, 

356, 

2, 
3, 

14. 

46, 

8, 

106, 

46, 

46, 

4. 

12, 

635, 

1. 
86. 



EUROPE NETHEBI-AND8. 



95 



Value of declared exporis for the United States, eie» — Continued. 



ArtiGlw. 



tarmnhu oanttam^d. 



Lard, tallow... 

Vice 

Kaddtt , 

Metal €«p«Qles , 
Medical xoota .. 

Meata 

Minenl water.. 
Xatm^a....... 

Oapaintiiigs.. 

Paper 

Fhtemon 

Pipea , 

Pitch 

Plaota 

Potatoea 

Bags , 

Eope 

Rabber 

Seeds 

Silrerware 

8tai€h 



Straw eoTera 

Sa«ar 

Snnrof mUk 

Tea 

Tobacco 

TortoiM ahella 

Tegetablea in brine . . . 

Wine 

Woolen mannfactnrea. 
ViBC«llaneoii8 



Total 

Total for preceding year . 



Increaae 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1^92. 



$6.U0. 

12,664. 

2, MO. 

445. 



03 
46 
06 
40 



11,804. 
11,667. 



02 
00 



7,507.00 



4,357. 

600. 

432. 
1,440. 



06 
22 
40 
00 



88,824. 

1,304. 

66)566. 



22 
28 
56 



0, 008. 17 



846. 
8,100. 
1,060. 



70 
78 
46 



62,933. 
458. 
3,043. 
281. 
721. 
118. 



28 
30 
60 
64 
02 
48 



1, 017, 362. 48 
642,752.95 



374,609.53 



Dec. 31, 1892. Mar. 31, 1808. 



113,876.34 

812.04 

8,001.44 



17,300.00 

7,867.15 

031.08 

1,800.00 



2,287.52 

246.48 

170.60 

88,674.62 

12.043.07 

62,055.17 



17,483.74 
1,871.73 
7,601.62 



022.28 



1,386.23 
42,533.64 



4,778.72 



4, 948. 03 
25, 883. 40 



738,624.51 
629, 426. 77 



109,197.74 



$50,860.50 



1,652.42 
452.60 
8,231.23 
1,884.00 
2,772.00 
12,178.02 



1,538.80 

099.18 

10, 651. 69 

585.34 

1,351.02 

19, 699. 16 

71, 644. 15 

30,278.56 



81,656.54 
2,202.72 
3.640.00 
4,680.00 
1,097.27 

47,673.70 



37,535.40 
1,400.00 
4,83&44 



2,153.94 
15,215.24 



718, 883. 49 
389,207.93 



329,675.56 



June 30, 1893. 



$1,919.45 



6,374.34 
1,580.77 
4,926.83 



10.576.30 



508.00 
520.00 
125.70 

4,678.35 
671.77 
168.27 
572.15 
813.28 

8,838.78 



80,161.78 



2,807.74 



21,843.44 
'"2,"688.66 



1, 090. 91 
9, 153. 59 



285,944.94 
415, 111. 13 



129, 166. 19 



Total. 



$52,278.95 

6,110.03 
33,967.56 

6,836.37 
16,697.40 

1,884.00 
61, 453. 22 
31,208.16 

1,439.98 
10,955.80 

1.124.88 
21,925.61 

2,103.81 

2, 122. 20 

55,294.03 

85.400.50 

125.396.73 

1,394.28 
154,867.62 

3. 574. 45 
20. 258. 79 

4,680.00 

5.173.99 
55,774.48 

1,060.46 

1, 386. 23 
164,845.76 

1. 858. 30 

16, 248. 76 

281.64 

8, 923. 80 
50, 370. 71 



2,760,815.42 
2.076,498.78 

684,316.64 



96 



COMMEBCIAL BELATION8. 



RUSSIA. 

Value of declared axporto/or the United Siateefor the year ending June SO, 189S. 



Articles. 



BATOUK. 



Carpets, etc .... 
Licorice root . . . 
HADganeee ore . 
Personal effects 
Wool: 

Caacasian. . 

Persian .... 

Torkistan.. 



Total. 



Albumen. ..-••••>•••>•••> • 

Birch tar 

Boltropes 

Books 

Bristles 

Bronze ware 

Cast-iron and bismath . . . 

Camel's hair 

China 

Charch vestores 

Cigarettes 

Cranberry Jnice 

Crash 

Damascus steel 

Dressed leather 

Fish bladders 

Max 

Glassware 

Goat hides 

Gold coins 

Gold and silver ware 

Greasy wool 

Horsenalr 

Horses 

Household effects 

Isinglass 

Laces (Russian) 

Lvcopodium seed 

Metal wares 

Oakum 

Ol^eots for divine service 

Pamphlets 

Paraffinnm liquid 

Pianoforte 

PUtinum 

Ravensduck 

Sheet iron 

Spemimium 

Sums columns 

Sweetmeats 

Tar 

White cAttle hair 

Wooden ware 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



Quarter ending— 



181,888.28 
218,868w77 



128,817.62 



429,072.62 



Deo. 31, 1802. 



$207,076.07 



127,210.02 

80,641.76 

233.24 



865,161.09 



7,724.00 



Total 

Total for preceding year 
Decrease 



WABflAW. 

Diamonds 

Jewish Temple furniture. 

Mead 

Pictures 

Bye whisky 

Glove leather 

Cigarettes 

Printed Hebrew books. . . 
lUscellaneous 



Total 

Total for preceding j-ear 



Increase 



19.986.66 

211.75 

88,502.64 

2,718.95 



302.18 



85,999.50 
' *808.'36 



870.00 
455.90 



8,984.13 
'i,'766.*06 
'2,'8ii'46 



1,257.64 



7,886.00 
200.00 



733.00 

200.00 

39,245.90 



2,100.00 



39,797.88 



404. 68 
662,50 
448.00 
585.00 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



1339.240.27 

87,317.^ 

1.034.64 

37,494.915 

104,405.04 

1,683.48 



JuneiSO, 1803. 



$260.70 

166,079.70 

97,989.98 



108.93 
68.622.19 



TotaL 



1260.78 

792,788.27 

404, 126. U 

1.034.64 

298,631.-2 

198. 568. &9 

1,866.72 



671.18L74 



6,075.00 

371.25 

8,463.00 



66,877.78 

2,060.40 

173.25 



1,250.00 
1, 377. 23 
2,555.53 



250.00 



860.00 



954.36 
1,621.23 



2,500.00 
'88.'836.'8i" 



12, 167. 50 
400.00 



13.70 
54.50 



177, 409. 64 

190.075.43 

12,665.79 



93,755.06 

112, 626. 63 

18.871.67 



75.00 
175.00 



42.25 



8,870.00 
3, 180. 00 
1, 118. 76 



77,350.50 



1,121.98 



170.00 
1.879.52 



4,624.75 
160.00 



1,257.60 
'86,977.66' 



588.95 



1,718.26 
88.45 



221,998.59 

296,629,48 

78.630.89 



326, 911. 50 



6,825.00 
86.67 
6, 549. 45 
198.15 
5,895.03 
1,519.85 



7.121.83 



6,156.25 
"*"968.*6i" 



2,157.32 
ii,'826.'42 



1,540.14 
81,297.20 



52,500.00 

'"ioTi'oi' 



9,057.00 



23, 151. 86 

139.50 

24,866.50 



142.76 



102,450.19 

231,314.88 

88,855.69 



25.00 

285,440.00 

55.80 



265.80 
166.63 
410. 80 
145.18 



1.692,276.85 



21.724.Ct 

4S7.9S 

88,999.10 

409. £0 

146,162.78 

6.299.29 

173.25 

7.121.03 

404. G8 

964.68 

490.25 

585.00 

51.024.7S 

4.439.00 

4,852.96 

2.555.53 

80,377.83 

455.90 

11,320.42 

250.00 

11,646.25 

31,297.20 

1,750.00 

52,500.00 

2,312.40 

2.332.06 

170.00 

4,091.51 

1,621.23 

90,917.75 

soaoo 

2,600.00 

1,990.50 

200.00 

188,254.91 

139.50 

27,034.00 

400.00 

688.96 

13.70 

54.50 

1,713.25 

226.20 



685,622.48 
820,646.42 
144,023.94 



75 00 
175.00 

25.00 
285,440.00 

55.80 
265.80 
165.63 
410.80 
145.18 



286.750.20 
3,779.64 

282,979.56 



EUROPE — PRUSSIA. 



97 



vmrLAjarD. 



PRINCIPAL IKP0BT3. 



Articles. 


Calendar year— 


Articles. 


Calendar ytvt-^ 


1892. 


180t. 


1803. 


1891. 


Herring kilos.. 

Dried fish do... 

Cora.angronnd: 

Oats do... 

Wheat do... 

Barley do... 

Bice ...........do... 

Kye... ......... do... 

nosr: 

Wheat do... 

Bje. .......... .do. . . 

Malt do... 

Giain: 

Bnekwheat ....do. .. 

Barler do... 

Semofina do. . . 

Bice do... 

Felrolenm .........do... 

Cosl .■•.•■••...•••.do... 


5,237,570 
081,096 

4,878,620 

708, 077 

12. 238. 445 

2, 976, 178 
58,661,120 

23,033,247 

85.043,048 

1,863,001 

1,238,231 

1,076,871 

052, 617 

605,083 

9, 435, 319 

50,054.488 


2,787,450 
743,086 

8, 805, 861 
1,742.052 
8, 007, 275 
2,673,505 
17,531,039 

22,481,592 

30,304.858 

3,633,784 

1,170,453 

804,408 

991,753 

1, 008. 374 

9,863,990 

70,766,458 


Iron and steel: 

Pig iron kHos.. 

Cast iron do... 

In bnrs ........do... 

Sheets, black., .do. . . 

Cotton, raw .do. . . 

Co (Tee .do. . . 

Tobacco: 

In leaves do... 

In Ht.nlks do... 

Salt, common, hectoliters 
Sugar: 

Baw kilos.. 

Befined do... 

Gin, spirit, arrack, rum, 
cognac, and French 

gin in casks kilos . . 

Wine, all sorts, in casks, 
kilos 


0,290,880 
15,180 
6, 117, 424 
8, 563, 116 
4,655,272 
5,158,860 

2, 351, 367 
561,726 
477, 078 

8,328,666 
6,450,276 

441,188 
1,333,888 


12,263,874 
188,896 
6,176.816 
3,260.089 
8,973,704 
5.540,156 

2, lf>8, 779 
505,320 
642,083 

6,473,030 
6,096,024 

442,921 
1.402.878 









PRINCIPAL BXP0BT8. 



Aaimala, alive : 

Horses bead.. 

Gsttle, large ...do... 

OsItcs do... 

Pigs do... 

Gune, forest and sea 

Urds kiloe . 

FtriD produce : 

Pork and meat .do. . . 

Butter do.. . 

Tkh do... 

Cora, ungTOond : 

Oats do... 

Bye do... 

Berries ........... .do. . . 

Timber: 

Sswn— Deals, bat- 
tens, and boards, 
least 2 meters in 
length, cubic me- 
tew 



2,884 

4,115 

7,212 

626 

465,034 

726.220 
8,142,629 
6,253,771 

3,440,567 

409,282 

-508,710 



1.273,884 



2,680 

5,745 

8,458 

721 

875,164 

1. 259, 375 
7,963,504 
7,078,474 

41,133,348 

3,514,321 

726,440 



1,425,601 



Timlier— Con tinued . 
Unsawn— L e a s t 2 
meters in length, 

cubic meters 

Firewood, cubic meters. 
Pnlpwoml and paste- 
board kilos.. 

Pajier, of all sorls. .do. . . 

Tar hectoliters. . 

Iron nnd steel: 

Pig iron kilos.. 

Cast iron do... 

In bars ........do... 



117, 162 
623,477 

21,734,468 

14,050,561 

121, 158 

4,231,006 
2,883,317 
5,800,793 



128,408 
568,808 

21,005,040 

13,131,101 

143,403 

4,501,007 
2,006,774 
6,709,024 



HBLSiNOFOBSy September 4, 189S. 



Hkbman Donnkb, 

Aoting ConauU 



RIGA. 

Dnring the year 1892 bnsiness in general was dnll, which was to be expected after 
the famine^ the prohibition of grain export, and the cholera. 

The import from the United States to this port has not undergone any change for 
the better, notwithstanding that there seems to have been some more demand for 
machinery, such as portable engines, thrashers, mowers, farrow-plows, etc. Such 
hare hitherto been imported from England. 

A cargo of raw phosphate arrived here in a British steamer from Coosa River, 
Georgia, United States, for the new phosphate works at MUhlgraben, on the river 
Diina, near Riga, which is the first establishment of its kind in Russia. 

During the year 1892 this port was entered by 1,656 steamers and sailing vessels 
measuring about 885,000 net register tons, and from January 1, 1893, up to date 
((>ctober 20) 860 steamers and 427 sailers have arrived, mostly under the English, 
Qerman, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish flags. No vessel carrying the American 
flag has visited this port in 1893. 

* The navigation to and from this port was closed from January 5 till Mav 8, 
on account of ice in the bay. The winter was very long and severe, and three Brit- 

13367 OB 1 



98 



COBiHERClAL RELATIONS. 



Ish steamers were caught in the ice on Jannary 5, and had to winter near the coast, 
abont 80 miles from Higa, for four months, during which lime provisions were sup- 
plied to them from shore. 

The valne of imports in 1892 amounted to $11,345,500 and exports to $25,463,250, 
which compared with 1891 shows a decrease of $1,544,500 and $5,347,250, respectively. 
This can be traced to the prohibition of the export of cereals and the bad harvest of 
1891.' 

The results of the crops this year are calculated to give that of a good average 
year, notwithstanding tiie hot weather and heavy rains in the summer months have 
in some instances been detrimental to the growing crop. In some provinces the 
stocks are quite exhausted, and a large part of the crop will be absorbed for home 
consumption. 

The proposed official inspection of cereals, etc., destined for export, has again 
been under discussion in the commercial department and rules elaborated, but the 
difficulty of applying them at the different ports is so groat that it is expected some 
time wiU elapse before they come into operation. 

Declared exports for the United States. 



ArtioleB. 



Books (Hebrew) 

Flax 

Hemp 

Leatner 

Liqnon 

Obfects for divine service 

Skins 

"Wool 

All other Articles 



Total. 



Quarter ending— 



Sept. 80, 1802. 



$5,761.46 
"6,*iC7*69 



487.70 

25,144.81 

1,673.01 



Deo. 81, 1882. 



11,655.96 



28.722.65 

2,362.54 

1,435.79 

058.99 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$6,239.61 



1,015.71 

1, 709. 78 

776.01 



Jnne80,1893. 



$6,705.63 

4,910.11 

87,832.49 

4,485.32 

804.52 

630.38 

26,533.92 

2,29U.70 

989.98 



Total for 
the year. 



$20,862.58 

4,910.11 

72,722.73 

7,883.57 

8, 450. 00 

2.85.1.08 

51, 678. 73 

3,863.74 

989.96 



168,694.61 



RiQA; Oetoler tO, 189$. 



N. A. BORNHOLDT, 



SPAIN. 

CADIZ. 

Value ofjdeelared exports from the consular district of Cadiz to the United States for (he 

year ending June SO, 189$. 



Articles. 



Advertisements, price lists, 
samples of 

Brandy 

Canary seeds 

Corks, mannfactured 

Corkwood 

Earth 

Lace, Spanish 

Licorice paste 

Licorice root 

Liqneor 

Olives 

Olive oil 

Ore: 

Capreons snlphar 

Manganese 

Peas 

Pottery, tiles, etc 

Pyrites iron 

Salt 

Variona (bass, mats, soap, min- 
eral water) 

Wine 



Total. 



Qaarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$942.02 

2,039.74 

8,332.00 

11, 102. 30 

150. 76 



6,795.00 

27,073.00 

77.21 

88,800.00 



96, 20-i. 80 

2,814.83 

99.59 



42.066.40 



115,521.68 



Dec 31, 1802. 



$47.50 



3,74.3.00 
31,061.35 



83.95 
2,806.00 



71, 105. 20 
1, 358. 00 

20, 002. 00 
5, 776. 84 



822.00 
26, 742. 83 



218,203.10 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



1116.48 
690.75 



8, 300. 00 
38. 300. 00 



10,400.00 
170.00 



145,140.00 
12. 000. 00 

65,206.61 



1,800.00 

33, 800. 71 

347.40 

1,937.61 
179,070.19 



Jane 80, 1898. 



$9, 016. 00 

101,893.00 

254.03 



6, 212. 00 



73,495.00 
6, 626. 89 

87, 126. 08 



2,024.00 
25, 406. 15 



77.43 
180,581.47 



Total. 



$116.48 

1,680.27 

2,039.74 

24,301.00 

183,256.71 

404.79 

83.95 

26,803.00 

27,243.00 

77.21 

328,6.'t0.20 

19,984.89 

221,439.49 

8,691.67 

99.50 

4.146.00 

128,916.11 

347.40 

2,016.04 
693.466.48 



1.672,232.97 



A. J. BBN8U8AN> 

Fio0-CdiiMl. 



EUROPE — SPAIN. 



99 



CARTHAGENA. 

Value of dMUred exparU from the oanaular dUtriet of CariKagena to iko United Siaiee 

during the year ending June SO, 1893, 



Articles. 


Qnarter ending — 


Total. 


Sept 30, 1892. 


Deo. 31, 1892. 


Mar. 81, 1893. 


June 30, 1893. 


DiT iron or© •.,».•..--..»- 


|29,S50.38 
0,234.20 


113,995.50 


$10,451.80 
5,922.80 


$7,717.40 
25,190.40 


861.721.06 


5,446,225 kilogramt manganif- 
MiniB irtni ora ...... .^^t- ■, 


40, 347. 20 








TWll 


38,790.58 


13,995.50 


18,374.40 


32,907.80 


102,068w28 







* Dry iron ore, 31,999 tone, and manganese ore, 22,220 tons of 2,000 ponnds to the ton. 

CiRiLO Molina, 

Coneul, 



GARBUGHA. 

The exports from Garmcha to the United States for the year ending Jnne SO, 
1893, were as follows : Iron ore, 30,738 tons, Talned at $36,810. 

Slekment ehawing ike general exports from Qarrucha for the year ending June SO, I89S» 



Deaoription. 



IqMffto grasa 

inn ore. ...•••••••• < 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Laid (argentiferoaa) 
Onoges ............. 

PafaDleaTea 

Plntsr 

Total 



Quantity. 



Ton$. 

3.023 

120,180 

30. 738 

7,550 

2,482 

11,400 

700 

144 

235 



177,352 



Vflliie, 
including 
coAts Hnd 

charges. 



$103. 757 

139. 1G8 

36, 810 

10. 200 

3,353 

616. 05C 

20,338 

2,880 

940 



932,502 



Whither exi>orted. 



England. 

Do. 
UnittMl Statea. 
iiol<;itim. 
France. 
England. 

Do. 
FortogaL 

Do. 



NavigaHan of the port of Garruchafor the year ending June SO, 189S, 

ENTERED. 



Flag. 



Sipnish 
Btitiali. 



Bslgfan. 
iga 

Total 



From or to- 



Spanish . 
Alj^iers . 
Kn^l.md 
France.. 

Spain ... 
Belgium. 
Portiisal 



Steamers. 



24 
2 

25 

10 

1 

27 

56 

3 



148 



4,922 

5r>4 

17,958 

11,020 

2.487 
35,308 
52,087 

4.526 



129,762 



Sailing Tesaels. 



yo. 

263 



3 



Tont. 
11,508 



282 
11,880 



Total. 



yo. 

287 

2 

25 

10 

1 

27 

56 

8 

3 

414 



Tom. 

16,620 

554 

17,958 

11,020 

2,487 

35,308 

52, 987 

4,526 

282 

141,642 



100 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONa 



NaviaaliUm of the part of Oarrueka for the year ending June SO, 189$. — Contlnned. 

CLBABSD. 



FUg. 



Bp«Bi«h. 



Belfflan 

Ponagueae . 
BritiBb 



Total 



From or to— 



Spain ... 
Xaigland 
Bolgium. 
Portugal 
Amerioa 
France . 
England 



Steamort. 



No, 
25 
1 
3 



10 

1 

108 



148 



4,684 

792 

4,528 



15,876 

862 

121,807 



148,637 



Sailing 



No. 
267 



8 



260 



Tofu. 
11,437 



TotaL 



No. 



282 



11,719 



1 
3 
8 
10 
1 
108 



408 



TontL 
16,121 
792 
4,526 



15,876 

862 

121^807 



160,856 



Josi Garcia Suxba, 

Canenl. 



MAIiAOA. 

VaXne of declared exporte from the ooneular district of Malaga to the United Statet 

for the year ending June SO, 189S. 



Artidea. 



Abnonda 

Aniaeed 

Canary aeed 

Chick peaa 

Colocynth applea 

ChAlra 

Orapea 

Iron ore 

Lnnona 

Lead 

Lioorioeroot 

Orange peel 

OUrea 

OUveoll 

OUve oil (for machinery) 

Orangea 

Qfenl brandy 

Palmleafhata 

Pomegranatea 

Baiaina 

Bed pepper 

Salt 

Sondriea 

Wildbnlla 

Wiaa 



Quarter ending — 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



160,041.31 

574.46 

5, 736. 79 

230.88 



76,847.46 



66, 491. 17 

12,928.46 

2,914.30 

483.12 



3,868.06 



15,507.68 
714.99 

51,258.19 
768.81 



1,053.07 

1,932.89 

997.73 



Dec. 81, 1892. 



$128,351.62 
1,684.00 



461.85 



308,898.77 

4,222.84 

55, 093. 04 

6,324.91 



298.85 
24, 762. 17 



15,494.19 

135.39 

85, 606. 82 

772. 16 

184,(567.27 

1, 132. 99 



208.58 



2,036.66 



Mar. 31,1893. 



640,029.62 



Jane 80, 1803. 



180.93 
122.17 



9,670.49 



146.680.65 
2,808.54 



188.65 
47,507.00 



8,114.91 
1,456.19 



61.89 
'4,'056.'75' 



$10,517.73 



4,455.00 
81,043.46 



19,88L51 



29,507.^ 



439.56 
23,111.87 



4,110.71 
"714.66" 



2,244.16 



Total. 



$237,840.28 

2,258.46 

5,738.79 

230.88 

642.78 

122.17 

890,20L28 

85,268.29 

121,584.21 

48,305.37 

2,914.30 

488.12 

298.85 

204,818.82 

2,806.54 

15,494.19 

763.60 

121,782.87 

1,487.25 

192,151.06 

8,357.99 

714.00 

1,813.94 

1,932.89 

10,285.20 



Thomas Riuz Gkabt, 

Vioe-Caneut. 



EUROPE — SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 



101 



SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 

NORWAY. 



IMP0&T8 AND EXPORTS. 

The foreign commeroe of Norway was as follows during the year 1892: Imports, 
4,234,440,000 pounds, Talned at $53,600,009, against 4,201,780,000 pounds, valued at 
$139,764,000 in the preceding year. Exports, 4,371,180,000 pounds, valued at $33,875,- 
200, against 4,654,100,000 pounds, valued at $34,947,200 the year previous. Foreign 
products in transit to the value of $2,036,800 are included in this trade. 

The following statements show the quantities and values of Norwegian foreign 
commerce during the last decade : 



Tew. 


QoantitieB. 


Yalaes. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


Total. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


Total. 




Pifunda. 


Poundt. 


Poundt. 








I8S3 


2,867,200,000 


8,730,980,000 


0,508,240,000 


$43,228,400 


131,114.800 


174,343,200 


1884 


2,019,020,000 


4,026,380,000 


7,546,000.000 


42,b58,400 


30,069.600 


72,628,000 


1885 


3,120,720,000 


3,026,480,000 


0,750,200,000 


89,090,800 


27,300,200 


66,330,000 


UM 


2,900,020,000 


3,727,900,000 


6,727.820,000 


86,233,600 


27,550,400 


68,784.000 


1887 


3,027,200,000 


3,912,260,000 


0,939,460,000 


85,831,600 


28,568,800 


64.400,400 


1888 


8,504,440,000 


4,001,120,000 


7,655,560,000 


42,451,200 


• 82,803,200 


76,254,400 


lan 


4,008,840,000 


4,796,780,000 


8,804,620,000 


51,848,800 


35,563,600 


86,812,400 


18M 


8,807,320,000 


4,768.940,000 


8,376,260,000 


65,031,600 


86,134.800 


01,066,400 


18M 


4,100,998,000 


4,054,100,000 


8,854,098,000 


69,764,000 


84,047,200 


94,711,200 


Utt 


4,224,440,000 


4,371,180,000 


8,595,6^,000 


53,600,000 


33,675,200 


87.475,200 



It will be seen by the foregoing statement that the imports for the year 1892, with 
regard to quantity, exceeded all previous years, while the exports present a decrease. 

when comparing the figures of the total trade (imports and exports) for the -past 
year with those of the year 1891 the year 1892 shows a diminuationj^of $7,236,000 in 
Tslne (7*64 per cent) and 259,600,000 pounds in quantity, or 2*94 per cent, of which 
16,164,000 occurred in imports and 1,(^,000 in exports. 

The balance of trade, which in Norway depends not only on the value of merchan- 
dise exchanged between the country and foreign countries but on the result of the 
important snipping trade, was during the year 1891 and 1892, not so favorable as in 
thepreceding years. 

?niile the values of the average imports for the years 1886 to 1890 exceeded the 
szports by about $12,435,200, the years 1891 and 1892 show a deficit of $24,816,800 and 
119,724,800, respectively. 'Die latter amount was probably not covered in 189^ by 
the net profits of the shipping trade. ' 

IHPOBTS. 

Of the various articles imported the following are the most important: 

(kreaU. — ^The imports of cereals rank foremost among all the imports into Norway. 
The total quantities received in 1892 were 13,015,200 bushels, valued at $9,886,734, 
^i£:ainst 14,417,700 bushels, valued at $13,000,546, the year preceding. 

The period of 1886-'90 showed an annual average importation of cereals of 
' 13,097,700 bnshels, valued at $7,955,848. The receipts for the year 1892 show a large 
decrease as compared with the year 1891, but are still equal to an average year. 

Dry goods. — ^Nextin importance to cereals come dry goods, the importation of which 
in 1^ amounted to 18,979,400 pounds, valued at $7,373,323, against 19,714,200 
pound, valued at $7,541,225, in 1891. 

Chroeeriea. — Groceries rank third in unportance. Their importation during the 
jear 1892 amounted to 86,543,600 pounds, valued at $6,214,250, against 88,785,400 
pounds, valued at $6,164,563, in 1891. The total receipts of cofiee aggregated to 
17,828,800 pounds in 1892, against 17,624,200 pounds in 1891. Of sugar 36,984,200 
pounds were imported, against 35,318,800 pounds in 1891. The importation of sirup 
m 1892 waiB 18,242,400 pounds, against 22,741,400 pouuds the year before. 

To(aee0.— Of leaf tobacco 4^186,600 pounds wereimported in 1892, against 4^164,600 
pounds in 1891. 



102 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



The arerage oonsnmption of ooffeoi sugar, sirup, and tobacco, per capita duxing 
the last five years 'was as follows : 



Yesr. 


GofliM. 


Sugar. 


Simp. 


Tobacoo. 


1888 


Pounds. 
7-83 
7-66 
7-99 
8-29 
8-09 


Pounds. 
13-05 
13*88 
15-38 
17-03 
18-94 


Pounds. 
6-49 
7-06 
9-04 
11-31 
9-U 


Pounds. 
1-74 


1889 


1-72 


1890 


1-76 


1891 


1-87 


1992 


1*85 







Since the reduction of the duty on sugar, in July, 1891, from 40 ore (10.72 cents) 
per kilogram to 30 ore (8.04 cents) and an additional reduction of 10 ore (2.68 cents) 
in August, 1892, the consumption of this article has increased considerably, which is 
shown by the foregoing table. 

Next to the foregofug articles comes the imports of provisions; the value of 
provisions imported in 1892 being $3,323,200, against $3,242,800 in 1891. The imports 
of butter amounted in 1892 to 3,462,800 pounds, valued at $572,180, against 4,318,000 

I rounds, valued at $744,718, the previous year. In this couuection must be noted that 
arge quantities of Norwegian margarine, as well as of ordinary butter, have, 
since 1878, been yearly exported. The exportation iu 1891 amounted to 5,070,120 
pounds, valued at $754,152, and in 1892 5,585,140 pounds, valued at $859,637,of which 
767,800 pounds and 1,073,600 pounds, respectively, were ordinary butter. 

Pork and other meats to the amount of 27,315,200 pounds, valued at $1,791,258, 
were imported in 1892, against 27,227,200 pounds, valued at $1,636,274, in 1891. The 
most of this is American produce. 

Iron, — ^The importation of ironware during 1892 amounted to $4,771,686, of which 
$2,013,511 represent raw and half-manufactured metals and $2,758,176 manufactured 
metals. The former includes pig, bar, and sheet iron, amounting to $1,389,044. 
The quantities received of the above articles during the year 1892 were as follows: 



Kinds. 




Pig iron .. 
Bar iron .. 
Sheet iron 



Pounds. 
83,453.200 
54, 859, 200 
10,847,600 



189L 



Pounds. 
48,961,000 
69, 096. 200 
23,298,000 



Brandy and apiriU. — The following table shows a comparison between the imports 
and exports of brandy and spirits for the last five years : 



1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 



Imports. 



Total 
quantity. 



OeUlons. 
264,550 
168, 525 
199. 750 
248,862 
266,700 



Quantity 
oaloulated 
at 100 per 

cent 
strength. 



OaXlons. 
170, 625 
97,387 
114,712 
135, 712 
151,987 



Exports. 



Total 
quantity. 



QaUons. 
39,112 
82,025 
140,700 
56,912 
79,800 



Quantity 
calculated 
at 100 per 

cent 
strength. 



QaUons. 
28,350 
21, 787 
123, 112 
46,987 
60,900 



Excess of 
imports of 
100 per cent 
strength 
over ex- 
ports. 



QaUons. 
142,276 
75,600 



88,725 
91,087 



Excess of 
exports of 
100 per cent 
strength 
over im- 
ports. 



QaUons. 
8,'466 • 



The home production in 1892 was 757,837 gallons, calculated at 100 per cent 
strength, against 877,012 gallons the previous year. 

The domestic consumption of brandy during the lost year was estimated at about 
844,987 gallons, calcniutod at 100 per cent strength, or 0*42 gallon i>er capita, against 
0*48 per capita iu the year previous. 

Petroleum^— The total receipts in 1892 aggregated 51,519^600 pounds, valued at 
$696^800. 



EUROPE — SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 



103 



ThedomeBtio oonaumption waa as follows: 



Poonds. 

Wr« 11.352,000 

1«1 17,791,400 

23,32l»,600 

26,492,400 



Pounds. 

1889 29,627,400 

1890 28.930.000 

1891 32,776,600 

1892 64,582,200 

Coal—The importation of coal in 1892 amounted to 37,260,300 bushels, valued at 
|3,328|720, which was more than any year before. 

PURCHASE OF FOREIGN VESSEia. 

The purchase of foreign vessels has decreased during the last year, which will 
Appear from the following table showing the purchase for the last decade: 





Steamers. 


Sailing TeaeeU. 


Yev. 


Namber. 


Registered 
tonnage. 


Yalae. 


Knmber. 


Registered 
tonnage. 


Yalae. 


1881 


23 

19 
7 
4 
14 
25 
38 
42 
88 
14 


Tont. 

8.701 

6.592 

2,834 

937 

11,772 

15.564 

25.813 

26,525 

29,346 

9,792 


$896,192 

656,904 

255.404 

87,904 

486.088 

923,528 

1,854,292 

2,573,872 

2,375.284 

663,568 


113 

96 

76 

49 

91 

180 

171 

204 

166 

110 


Tons. 
61,664 
64,718 
46,844 
26,470 
66.073 
88,768 
102,147 
114,823 
76,376 
68,362 


11,009,566 

982,488 

624,708 

296,140 

622,064 

966,760 

2,080,216 

2,488,112 

1,793.724 

1,120,608 


104 


IffiS 


ISM 


IfflT 


Iggg 


IB89 


\m 


i»i. 


1898 





CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. 

The customs receipts from import duties on the principal articles during the years 
1^1 and 18d2 were as follows* 



Articles. 




1892. 



Cereals 

Coffee 

Tea 

Soear of all kinds 

TOMCCO 

Other groceries 

Brtady and spirits 

Wine 

Drrpwda 

Peiioleam 

Salt 



1462,568 
605, 412 

46,900 

1,416,U2 

793.208 

206,666 

238,262 

92,192 
693,620 
242,540 

96,944 



$483,204 
693,688 

48,240 

1,129,888 

787,920 

210,916 

268,000 

68,608 
676, 468 
121.228 
106,128 



EXPORTS. 



The exports from Norway during the years 1891 and 1892 may be classified as fol- 
lows: 



Classes. 




Prodnets of f«yrestiy and wood indnstry 

Flsherr products 

Other JTorwegian articles 

Seei^orted foreign goods 

Total 



111,845,600 

12,035,880 

9,371,960 

1,688.400 



34,941,840 



1892. 



$11,272,080 

11. 738, 400 

8,742,660 

2,047,520 



88,800,660 



£«iii(«r.— The quantity exported during 1892 was reported to be 1,894,506 cubic 
meters, acnunst 1,931,561 in the previous year, showing a decrease of 37,055 cubic 
meters. This exportation includes, howeveri over 300|000 cubic meters of Swedish 
pzodaea. 



104 COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 

The exports in 1891 and 1892 were as follows : 



BescriptJoii. 




Planed 

Sawed 

Hewn 

Bound 

Staves 

Firewood 

Total 



OuinemeUrs. 

678, 797 

502.067 

88,760 

582,150 

92.311 

87,486 



1,931,561 



Ckdriemeten, 

488.872 
479.203 
102,876 
042,745 
77,024 
102,786 



1,894,606 



The quantity exported in 1892 was smaller than in 1891, but nearly the same as in 
1890. 

Wood pulp,— hi 1892 200,455 tons of wood pulp were exported, against 208,598 tons 
the year before. The exportation of this article from the consular district of Chris- 
tianla to the United States alone was as follows : Chemical wood pulp, dry, bleached, 
889 tons ; dry, unbleached, 5,507 tons ; moist, bleached, 1,885 tons ; moist, unbleached, 
1,267 tons ; mechanically around wood pulp, moist, 573 tons ; of total value about 
$465,000 (chai'ges included). To this is to be added the exportation from the con- 
sular district of Bergen, amounting to about $114,000. 

FlSIUCItT PRODUCTS. 

Cured fish, — The exportation of cured fish in 1892 amounted to 106,969,280 pounds, 
valued at $4,430,576, against 99,153,120 pounds, valued at $4,959,372, in 1891. 

Dried fish,— In 1892 45,953,160 pounds, valued at $1,73-1,764, were exported against 
81,680,022 pounds, valued at $1,606,928, in 1891. 

i2o«.— The total value of roe exported in 1892 was $339,127, against $208,182 in 
1891. 

Cod-liver oil. — ^The exportation of this article amounted to $1,676,876 in 1892, 
against $1,595,672 in 1891. 

The prices of cod-liver oils declined during the past year, the steam-refined medi- 
cinal cod-liver oil from $12.06 to $11.92 per hectoliter (26.4 gallons) and other medi- 
cinal cod-liver oils from $10.85 to $8.04 per hectoliter, and other fish oils from $9.11 
to $6.97 per hectoliter. 

Herrings. — During 1892 the value of salted herrings exported amounted to 
$2,606,568, against $2,612,464 in 1891. The value of f^esh herrings exported during 
1892 amounted to $131,320 and smoked herrings to $67,268. 

iSaZmon.— Salmon was exported to the value of $304,180 in 1892, against $371,448 in 
the year before. 

Mckckerel. — The total value of fresh mackerel exported in 1892 was $30,016, against 
$54,672 in 1891. 

Anchovies. — The value of the exports of anchovies amounted last year to $108,004, 
against $64,384 in 1891. 

Lobsters,— In 1892 587,877 lobsters were exported, value at $99,160, against 566,703, 
valued at $101,840, in 1891. 

Fish guano, — llie value of the exports of fish guano was estimated at $228,872 in 
1892, agaiiist $239,860 In 1891. 



IMPORTS AND EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES. 



Table showing the percentage of the value of imports from and exports to eaoh of the prin- 
cipal countries in 1891 and 1892, 



Countries. 



Im porta. 



Great Britain 

Goriuany 

Swodon 

RuBaia and Finland. 

Denmark 

Ketherlanda 

Belgium 

Ifranoe 

Spain 



1801. 



Italy and Anatria . 
Other oonntriea. . . 



PtT cent, 
28-26 
25-27 
11-39 
11 

5 

3 



-14 
-41 



2-83 
2-58 



7-06 



1892. 



Ptr cent 

26-34 

27-65 

13-63 

4-93 

6-70 

4*48 

8-74 

8-72 



6-22 



ExiK>rta. 



1891. 



Percent. 

33 00 

12-29 

14-57 

2-28 

8-93 

4-57 

3*65 

7-68 

10-32 

2-82 

4*28 



1892. 



P»r eenL 

34*52 

12-41 

16*69 

2-80 

3-51 

4-70 

8-14 

6-70 

10*00 

2-01 

8<«7 



EUROPE SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 



105 



TRADE WITH THB UNIUCD STATES. 



The direct trade between Norway and the United States in 1S92 was as follows : 
hoporta from the United States, $2,538,442; exports to the United States, $493,736. 

The above figures, taken from the official Norwegian returns, give, however, as I 
have already stated in previous reports, an incorrect estimate of the commerce 
between the two countries, as the customs returns only give the direct trade. 

Large quantities of goods of American produce are received via England and Ger- 
many, and the value of these goods are contained in the amount of values of imports 
from these countries. Several Important Norwegian export articles, particularly 
fiflhery products and wood pulp, were shipped to the United States via England and 
Germany, aa only one direct liue exists (the Thingvalla) hetween the southern part 
of the country and the United States. 

Towards the end of the year the German Scandia Line, however, also put steamers 
in the route (Christiansand and ^eu; York) for carrying goods and passengers. 

The goods shipped from the ports of western Norway nave, as a rule, always been 
fiDrwarded via English ports. 

The declared exports from the consular district alone, as shown by the invoice 
book of the consulate, amounted in 18^ to over $714,000. 

The principal articles were as follows : 



Acid^oxalie |12,760 

Bt«r 000 

Berriea 60 

Books axid poriodicala 22,440 

Ch«eee 1,380 

Fuh: 

AiicboyieB 2,900 

Codliab, salted 810 

fierring, salted 26,270 

Mackerel, salted 81,000 

Roeofeodfish 160 

Other ilah 600 

Xros, anwroaght 310 

Hacldiiery 670 



Mica $2,080 

OU: 

Cod liver 22,100 

Fish 40 

Sperm 210 

Personal effects 10,610 

llAgB 2,450 

Hope, old 7,440 

Silverwares 14,200 

Skins 33,430 

Wood pulp 464.870 

Sundries 8,930 



Total 714,710 



A large exportation also took place from the consular district of Bergen (including 
the western and northern part of the country) amounting to over $616,000. 

The total exports from Norway to the United States in 1892 reached about 
11,330,000. 



RAILROADS. 

No additional mileage was added to Norwegian railroads in 1892. The length of 
the present lines is 1,562 kilometers (971^ miles). 

MRRCANTILE MARINE. 

The commercial fleet of Norway consisted, at the close of the past year, of 7,606 
Teuels, with an aggregate registered tonnage of 1,744,993 tons, 6,739 of which were 
tailing vessels of 1,493,503 tons and 767 steamers of 251,490 tons. 

From the close of 1891 to the close of 1892, the number of vessels decreased by 27 ; 
the tonnage, however, showing an increase of 6,413 tons. 

The decrease in the number of vessels during the last year occurred only among 
the sailing vessels, which claas shows a falling off in number as well as in 'tonnage 
of 59 vessels and 6,566 tons. 

The number of steamers increased during the year 1892 from 735 to 767, and steam 
tonnage from 238,511 to 251,490 tons, which shows a progress of 32 steamers and 
tonnage of 12,979 tons. 

The statistics on the commercial fleet for 1892, when compared with thoae of the 
year 1^2, show the following results : 



Date. 



Beeember 31. 1R82. 
I>eoeinber31,lS02. 



Steamers. 



No. 



407 
767 



Ton». 
82, 519 
251,400 



Sailing vessels. 



No. 

7.506 

6,730 



Tims. 

1,447,485 

1,493,603 



From the above flgures it will be seen that the number of sailing vessels decreased 
767 ships during the last decade, while the tonnage increased 46,018 tons. The steam- 
ship olaes shows an increase during the same period of 360 ships and 168,971 tona« 



106 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



There was, on the whole, during the last decade, a decrease of 407 vessels, but an 
inoiease of 214,989 tons in the tonnage. 



SHIP BUILDnfO. 



The increase by new ships built in the past year amounts to 105 vessels (78 sailing 
vessels and 27 steamers), with an aggregate tonnage of 25,969 tons« 
The ship building has, during the last live years, shown the following results: 



Year. 


Steamers. 


Sailing veaada. 


1888 


No. 
7 
20 
30 
30 
27 


Tons. 

2,038 

6,285 

12.142 

12,028 

8,821 


No. 
87 
56 
08 
03 
78 


Tons. 
0,860 


1880 


7,006 


1890 


12,616 


1801 


17,442 


1802 


17,148 






NAVIGATION. 









The total number of vessels of all nationalities entered and cleared at Norwegian 
ports during 1892 was 22,706, with an aggregate tonnage of 5,786,587 tons, viz : 



ENTEfiED. 



Flag. 


With cargo. 


Inballaat 


Total. 


8TEAMEB8. 

Norw<^ffian 


No. 

2,020 

1,056 


Tons. 
742,270 
616, 130 


No. 
368 
307 


Tons. 
118.506 
101, 507 


No. 

2,394 

1,363 


Tons, 

861,874 


fforeifirn ................................ 


807,616 


• 




Total 


3,062 


1,350,418 


676 


310, 102 


8,757 


1,660,520 






BAIUNO yjEsasiA. 
N orwfliriftii ...^T^.r.,-- 


1.702 
1,106 


848,821 
66,687 


2,613 
1,494 


718,353 
00,455 


4,805 
2,600 


1, 067, 174 


Foreini 


166,142 






Total 


2,088 


415,508 


i,0G7 


817,808 


6,095 


1, 233, 316 








CL] 


SABED. 










BTKAMEBS. 
Norwflfl'lan ,..-,-,■,, w, .. r- t-,-- 


2,227 
1.130 


760.061 
607,311 


177 
233 


95,553 
205,600 


2,204 
1.363 


865,514 


VOTBittH ......•...••.•.••.••.....••..... 


812,820 




Total 


3,357 


1,377,272 


410 


301,062 


8,567 


1,678,334 






SAiLDra ysssKLs. 
ITorweffian . ^ .r .............. .^ ■,. ^ 


3,718 
3.697 


853,715 
163,670 


421 
351 


176,352 
11,680 


4,130 
4,048 


1,030.067 
175,360 


I*oreiffii. ................................ 




Total 


7,415 


1,017.385 


772 


188, 032 


8,187 


1,206,417 





Ghristiania, November, 189$, 



Gebh. Qadk, 

Consul. 



EUROPE — SWEDEN AND NOBWAT. 



107 



CHBI8TIANIA. 

Vabu of deelared easp&ris from the consular distriet of CkrisUania to ike United Staim 

during the year ending June SO, 1893, 

Qotfttf ending : 

8eptamber30 $212,742.85 

December 31 221,374.31 

M«reh31 218,842.36 

JiioeSO 221,313.97 

Totol 874,273.48 

GsRH. Gads, 

Coneut, 



STOCKHOIiM. 

FoZm of deelared exports from the consular district of Stockholm to ihe United States 

during ihe year ending June SO, 189S. 



Art to l fm, 



Wire roda 

Steel wire rods 

Iran 

InncharaMJ 

Pig iron 

Bowls and parte ot mAchineiy 

Fflter paper 

Glaasware 

Nttlroda 

Bti«l 

CNaent 

BookB 

Raun and kniTes 

Inpity barrels 

Wood palp 

Xedieo spparatas 

MiaoeDaiMuas 

Toua 



Quarter ending — 



Sept. 30. 



1131,170.76 

2,723.77 

80,175.72 

37.811.01 

36,810.63 

1,931.42 

9:10.68 

2,351.90 

49,955.64 

49^394.71 

3, 430. 49 

4,065.79 

1,640.22 

22,700.70 

7,820.29 

2, 637. 12 

1,649.24 



436,290.08 



Deo. 31. 



1155,843.54 

15, 360. 80 

194,141.27 



8,586.72 
25, 189. 61 



62,877.09 
77,214.86 



16,482.76 



12, 897. 33 
'i6,"8i9.*73" 



575,413.71 



Mar. 81. 



$81,949.66 



20,720.54 
■66,'2i7."72 



37,771.00 
16,178.50 



10, 288. 15 



222,125.67 



June 80. 



1109,282.46 

1,932.41 

97,994.57 



58,7.13.04 
13,865.29 



58,894.28 
87,944.47 



ia,S84.22 



81,577.70 
'"6,'m'i5' 



429,779.50 



Total 



♦478, 

2U, 



87, 
103. 

W. 

2. 
IW, 

180, 

3, 

83, 

1. 
22, 
62, 

2, 
84. 



246.42 

016.98 
032.10 
811.01 
190.38 
204.04 
930.58 
351.99 
498.01 
732.54 
430.48 
932.77 
640.22 
790.70 
295.32 
637.12 
868.27 



1,663.608.96 



Gabl p. Gereix, 

Vioe^Consul, 



108 



OOMMEBCIAL BELATIONS. 



SWITZERLAND. 



Value of declared exports for the United States for the year ending June 90, 189S, 



Articles. 



AVsintlie 

Aniline colon 

Argols i... 

Asphalt 

Cheese 

Clothing, knit 

Dyestuns and ehemioals 

Stair, animal 

Hides, salted 

Kirsch-vrasser 

Machinery 

Minerals 

Mnsio boxes 

Photographic instruments .... 

tLibbons, sUk and mixed 

Bilk, spun-vraste 

glk, waste 

watches and watch materials. 

Wine 

liisceUaneoos 



Total. 



sugar, con- 



BBRNB. 

Cheese 

Milk food, milk 
densed milk.... 

Silk tissues 

Bt»w goods ; , 

Sundries 

Underwear, silk, wool, and cot- 
ton , 

Watch and watch materials 

Wood carvings 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Increase 



OBNKYA. 

Chromes 

Condensed milk 

Purs 

Hardware 

Household goods 

Leather 

Musical boxes 

Machinery 

Precious stones 

Physical instruments 

Pharmaceutical preparations. 

Sundries 

Watches and watch material. 

Wine 

Wood earrings 



Total. 



HOROBN. 



Wool goods 

Cathouo devotional articles. 

Cheese 

Condensed milk 

Machinery 

Bilk in iiioces 

Silk ana cotton in pieces 

Sugar of milk 

Silk, spun 

Wine and spirits 

Miscellaneous 



Total 

Total fur preceding year. . 

Increase 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$6. 771. 00 
64,362.00 
2,627.15 
7, 766. 30 
24,012.96 
34,035.80 
62,196.87 



44,950.26 
64L41 



276.80 

826, 221. 37 

87,667.34 



373, 147. 65 
450. 52 



985.126.12 



206,124.92 



16,557.59 

8,093.07 

509.18 

29.890.91 

7, 091. 80 

747.26 



268,014.17 
160,656.58 



98,357.65 



41,158.00 



10,818.61 

540.40 

15, 634. 15 

68,355.74 



1,064.03 
692.48 



366.21 

98,725.65 

586.33 

170.61 



261.41 

9,123.77 

5,521.27 

84,084.57 



134, 883. 57 

253,847.99 

1,572.72 

12,584.53 



6,678.76 



458, 558. 59 
351,797.10 



106,761.49 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



111,729.94 
65,337.96 

9,549.16 
19,222.30 

8, 050. 40 

8,241.01 
48,747.27 

1,997.88 
86,476.26 



6,192.80 



213.10 

887, 305. 94 

67, 578. 11 

7,336.73 

410. 875. 94 

391. 13 

644.01 



1,083,889.96 



151,860.71 



21,606.94 

14,469.75 

447.37 

20,537.09 

4,856.94 

865.50 



214.634.80 
211.248.11 



3, 886. 19 



441.10 

14,642.72 

1,429.16 

12,493.08 



32,030.86 
61,257.60 



1,869.25 
1,44L02 



579.19 
116,321.48 



8,641.41 

5,058.73 
10,898.63 

3, 140. 11 

98,999.38 

243, 082. 87 

1, 813. 70 

30,466.88 

261.71 

2,730.53 



Mar. 31, 1893. Jime80,1898 



110,880.90 
83,480.15 

7.025.84 
10,184.00 

4, 038. 04 
15.170.48 
46,655.12 



74,315.44 

215. 52 

4,020.00 



426. 127. 30 
86,012.88 



347,608.87 

285.20 

2,400.04 



177,635.77 

1,726.45 

13, 700. 95 

24,739.90 

318.03 

22,539.98 
9,030.96 
1, 198. 51 



250,790.54 
176,529.93 



74,260.61 



22,656.85 

392.96 

13,029.57 

4,579.80 

18,182.92 

28,380.07 

598.87 

921.96 

1,049.15 



648.40 

63,927.76 

894.36 



5, 834. 57 

3,418.90 

16,943.65 

1, 306. 61 

149,188.73 

227,872.38 

454.13 

46,454.82 

404.53 

1,515.12 



409,093.95 
351,734.70 



63,359.25 



453,393.44 
244,786.67 



208,606.87 



fOtUSwOO 
71,938.19 
7,573.80 
12,930.00 
16,159.96 
17, 565. 47 
48,650.22 



26.526.87 

"""ioi'oo' 



303.20 

502.90 

264,887.56 

34,782.77 

815.50 

861,814.36 

686.67 

2,298.42 



1,118,428.78 876,650.89 



164,506.15 



15, 885. 20 
5,343.59 
8^066.67 

22,190.62 

1,449.67 

293.06 



212,233.95 
180,91L47 



31,322.48 



26,618.38 



11,937.61 

5,503.97 

21,620.44 

89,624.26 

2, 103. 31 

1,741.83 

669.56 

968.09 

267.27 

91, 999. 76 

815. 36 



11,895.30 

5,707.66 

23, 779. 72 

1, 660. 18 

87, 878. 84 

256, 141. 58 

409. 12 

25, 484. 97 

191.65 

2,934.94 



416, 243. 96 
295,086.28 



121,057.68 



Tote 



$38.4$ 

285.1] 
26, 7^ 
50, 1( 
47.21 
75,0] 

206, 2^ 
1,9$ 

182,21 

8: 

4,12 

5,11 

3f 

« 

1,404,54 

226,04 

8,1! 

1,403,44 

1,8] 

5,3! 



4,064,01 



609, o: 

1,7J 
67.2! 
S3,6S 

4,34 

95,1! 

22, 4S 

8,1( 



945, 6^ 
738,34 



207,39 



44 

104,9^ 

1,82 

48.2^ 

10,62 

87, 4( 

197,61 

2,7C 

6,51 

8,8S 

9C 

l,8(i 

370,9? 

1,78 

17 



839,14 



35, 4S 

19, 7C 

85,70 

6,1C 

470, 9£ 

960. M 

4,8(1 

U4,9S 

85 

18,82 



1,733,M 
1,243,4C 



489, 7e 



KUBOPE — BWITZEBLAND. 



109 



VoIms of declared exports for the United States, 0to.~Continned. 



ArUoles. 



0T. GALL. 



Bottfn; doth (sHk) 

GotUm embroidorios *. . . 

Church articles 

Curtains 

fkocy articles (mostly 

kerchiefs) 

figured and dotted Swisses 



hand- 



Usehines and parts thereof. . . . 
Metsl embroidered articles — 

Mflk (eondensed) 

FSTMol covers 

FIsIb cotton cloth (muslins, 

CMnbrics, etc.) 

SibboDS 

SOk embroideries 

SoBdries 

Toggenbnrg articles 



Total. 



SUBICH. 



ifftte goods 

Beef extoaot 

Brashes 

Gtaidles 

Cheese 

Cotton embroideries 

Cotton piece goods , 

Cotton yam 

Bsistic crape 

Gelatine , 

Grease 

Hardware and machinery 

Household effects 

jTote goods 

Knit goods. 

]fi»snl water 

OUehromoa 

Bennets 

Seientlflc insimments 

8Uk bolting cloth 

SOk embroideries 

8ilk and half sUk piece goods . 

SQksnd half silk ribbons 

8mw goods 

Swiss piDs 

Tdveto 

Wine 

Ssadiics 



TotsI 

Total for preriotis 



Qnsrter endings 



Sept 80, 1802. 



$26,772.18 
« 524, 521. 42 



4C9,433.63 

3(12,901.02 

45,844.93 

37,211.48 

8,221.79 

4,266.72 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



$19,256.10 
1,533,390.64 



242,793.06 

252,259.38 

100, 035. 37 

22,602.77 

4,628.72 



10,692.15 



44,286.53 
2,667.56 
6,838.97 



1,541,428.37 



2,074.40 
1,498.32 



959.89 
8.928.26 



305.07 
1,572.97 



1,767.95 



1,235.68 
79, 834. 32 



685.92 



2,866.45 
83,188.60 

3, 506. 16 

602,234.61 

19,079.54 

81,836.84 



7,817.27 
1,100.54 
1,503.82 



702,084.70 
600,338.04 



85,002.71 



22,285.16 
2,103.10 
4,883.54 



2,248,330.55 



626.86 
1,981.34 
865.74 
167.19 
3,687.46 
1,671.72 
4,469.63 



80.48 

2, 743. 28 

1, 326. 76 

1, 753. 52 

854.16 



57,9:)8.25 
424.60 
683.68 



989.94 

60,850.15 

1,300.93 

506,412.99 

24,863.28 

191, 199. 31 

728.11 

826,64 

1,082.66 

606.74 



866,083.86 
677,270.46 



Mar. 31, 1898. 



126,688.61 

908,584.91 

1, 122. 51 

476,675.31 

170,753.02 
175,440.72 
41,719.61 
7,021.88 
3,584.26 
1,989.26 
8,453.73 

87,206.94 
1,733.53 

20,363.63 
2,32L07 



1,878,619.90 



869.40 
6,047.54 

486.86 

167.19 
7,466.58 

651.92 
8,514.82 

624.62 



600.60 



503.88 
452.59 



■i 8, 757. 76 



138.00 

238.93 

2, 119. 02 

44, 947. 92 

550.60 

658,776.02 

55.220.11 

250,722.96 

727.61 

8. 610. 93 



491.99 



1.090,005.39 
871,537.90 



Jnne30,1803. 



$36,826.19 
439,331.43 



108,419.55 

243,264.06 

89, 179. 25 

18,205.46 

3,444.57 



25,148.18 



10,166.82 
2,456.65 
2,850.21 



1,014,302.81 



087.75 
'452.'97 



6,845.58 
525.44 
280.10 
870.02 



766.17 



702.70 
2,023.05 



60,157.48 
""2OLU 



547.86 

20,710.26 

1.075.43 

534,861.53 

10, 787. 08 

86,626.18 

862.84 

851.46 

1,012.86 

107.71 



608,034.88 
531,640.18 



TotaL 



$100,643.08 

3,405.828.40 

1,122.51 

1,387,321.55 

1,028,777.48 

860,800.27 

114,820.81 

23,316.07 

7,850.08 

1,880.26 

8,463.72 

107,061.08 
1,788.53 

07,101.64 
0,540.87 

13,081.72 



6,682,681.72 



1,024.01 

10,103.28 

2,803.80 

834.88 

16,400.62 

3,808.07 

17,211.81 

1,00454 

475.56 

6,583.02 

1,326.76 

4,718.14 

3,730.70 

1.235.68 

280,687.81 

424.60 

1,608.83 

238.03 

6,522.76 

166,215.02 

6,442.12 

2,202,285.15 

70,058.86 

510,384.20 

1,818.56 

11,006.20 

4,054.55 

2,800.26 



8,866,307.78 
2,680,786.68 



*lCade on Hamburg laaehtne, $510,082.68; on Sohiffli maohina, $18,588.79. 



110 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



TURKEY. 



CONSTANTINOPIiB. 



Value of declared exports from the consular district of Constantinople to the United States 

during the year ended June SO, 1893. 



Artiol«s. 



Attar of roses 

Carpets and rngs 

Cocoons, pierced 

Coins, TurkiHli 

JBmbroideries 

Gam tragacanth 

Gats, sheep 

Iron, ore 

Meerschaam, crude 

Mohair 

Oil of geraniam 

Olives 

Opiom 

Oriental articles and 

goods 

Roans 

Bnbber,old 

Scammony 

Silk, raw 

Skins, goat, sheep 

Slippers 

Tobacco, leaf, cigarettes 

Wine , 

Wool, carpet, sheep 

Sondries 



Qoarters endings 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$49,480.05 

218,601.32 

7,444.71 



9.988.38 
15,044.75 



74, 743. 10 



basaar 



Total 

Total for preceding year. . 



Increase. 
Decrease 



86,989.48 

18, 564. 10 
5,644.57 



2, 691. 32 



5,242.35 
541.50 



104, 602. 46 
6,611.39 



606, 198. 48 
403, 013. 58 



203,184.90 



Dec 31, 1892. 



$49,697.58 
86,685.10 



7,732.72 
20,294.26 



49,534.64 



49,155.65 

8,450.02 
3. 218. 02 



18,798.73 
6. 709. 29 
6, 074. 00 
3,465.90 



82,123.90 
7,871.40 



394,711.21 
452,481.91 



57,770.70 



Mar. 31, 1893. Jane 30, 1893. 



$33:465.99 
176,031.39 



5, 175. 65 
23,027,46 



14,494.55 



18,124.07 
273.33 



117,713.47 

54, 105. 17 
7,601.90 



6, 934. 84 
11,611.03 



322.15 

46, 142. 94 

1,562.44 



516. 586. 38 
433,496.51 



83,089.87 



$16,177.37 
228,402.70 



1,826.44 
8,438.94 
1,693.63 
8.109.52 



1,806.64 

26,944.57 

582.36 

676.38 

66,368.87 

85.095.90 
3.192.64 
1,711.13 
673.62 
207.07 
6,491.37 
1,392.93 
1,558.34 

26, 138. 17 
7, 098. 95 



439,487.54 
323,945.00 



115,541.94 



Total. 



$148. 

709. 

7. 

1, 

31, 

60, 

3, 

14, 

I. 

169, 



820, 



729.99 
720.51 
44471 
826.44 
335.69 
000.10 
109.52 
494.55 
806w64 
346.38 
855.69 
576.83 
227.47 



111,215.25 

19,657.13 

1,711.18 

673.62 

28,631.96 

24,811.09 

12,709.28 

5.565.74 

822.15 

259,007.47 

23, 144. 18 



1,956,983.61 
1,612,037.60 



344,046w01 



William B. Hsss, 

ContuUGmieral. 



UNITED KINGDOM. 



IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. 



The yalne of the total imports and exports of merchandise into and from the United 
Kingdom in 1892 was $3,577,170,240, a proportion of $94 per head of the popnlation, 
and showed a decrease of $145,604,670 as compared with 1891. 

The imports amounted to $2,118,969,410, a decrease of $58,236,910, or 2^ per oent. 

The total exports were valued at $1,458,200,830, and showed a falling off of $87,367,- 
760, or nearly 6 per cent. 

The exports or British and Irish produce amounted to $1,135,385,265, a decrease of 
$100,790,485, or 8 per cent. On the other hand, the value of foreign and colonial mer- 
chandise ei^orteid from the United Kingdom ($322,815,565) showed an increase of 
$13,422,725, or 4 per cent. 

The total value of imports from British possesRions amounted to $488,831,620, a 
falling off as compared with the previous year of $8,492,070, or rather less than 2 per 
cent, and from foreign countries $1,630,137,890, a decrease of $49,744,840, or 2iper 
cent. 

The imports from North American colonies showed an increase of $10,000,000, this 
being the only increase of any importance. Australasia showed a falling off of 
$3,500,000; India, $8,500,000, and the Cape, $4,000,000. From foreign countries, 
Holland shows an increase of $7,500,000; Portugal, $2,500,000; Spain, $2,000,000; 



EUROPE — ^UNITED KINGDOM. 



Ill 



United States, Dcarly $20,000,000; Argentine Republic, $5,000,000; while Russia 
shows a falling ofT of $45,000,000; Germany, $6,500,000; France, $6,000,000; Ron- 
mania, $10,000,000; Brazil, $3,500,000, and China^ $6,000,000. 

The total valne of exports to the varions Biatisfa possessions amounted to $406,- 
067,705, a decrease, compared with 1891, of $60,682,890, or 12^ per cent. The only 
increase of any importance shown was to Canada, and amounted to $1,500,000. The 
Isrgest decrease was Australasia, amounting to $33,664,460, or 25 per cent, India 
coming next with a decrease of $17,509,600, or nearly 10 per cent. 

The total value of exports to foreign countries was $1,052,143,125, a decrease of 
$26,734,870, or about 2^ per cent. The largest decrease was to France, amounting 
to $15,000,000, or about 12^ per cent of the total value of goods sent to that country. 

Of uie total imports, articles of food and drink amount to $914,498,578, equal to 
43 per cent of the total imports ; although the value of these articles, as compared 
with 1891, remains at about the same figure, the percentage to the total imports is 2 
per cent larger than in that year. 

There was a falling off in the value of com imported of $3,500,000; this, hoWever, 
▼as compensated by an increase in the value of animals for food, bacon, and fresh 
beef imported. 

The values of the other food products were comparatively unchanged, as compared 
with the previous year. 

In exports the value of food and drink products was $103,382,175, equal to 7 per 
eent of the total exi>orts. 

In comparing the imports and exports from and to foreign countries and British 
Poesessions it is found that in 1^1 the United Kingdom imported from Russia 
37,569,235 cwt. of com of all kinds of the value of upwards of $69,000,000, and in 1892 
only 18,456,411 cwt., of the value of $26,000,000; Roumania, 15,018,577 cwt. ; value 
$24,708,475 in 1891. against 10,656,776 cwt., value $14,628,730 in 1892; together, a de- 
crease of 23,500,000 cwt. of the value of $53,000,000. 

This deficit was more than supplied by the United States and Canada, the United 
SUtes sending 85,294,781 cwt.. of the value of $151,832,855, in 1892, as compared with 
47,448,115 cwt., of the value of $112,212,730, in 1891, and Canada 9,358,355 cwt., of the 
Tslue of $17,238,275, in 1892, as against 6,956,638 cwt., of the value of $15,082,965, in 
1891, together an increase 40,248,383 cwt. and value $91,775^435. The imports of com 
from both India and Australasia showed a slight decrease in 1892, but the Argentine 
Bepublic sent $5,000,000 more than in the previous year. 

It is interesting to notice how Ceylon is displacing China in the export of tea to 
this country. In 1888 China sent 105,000,000 pounds, valued at $21,629,895: in 1892 
Bent 57,000,000 pounds, valued at $10,279,715, only about one-half. In 1888 Ceylon 
sent 22,500,000 pounds, valued at $6,223,620 ; in 1892, 66,000,000 pounds, valued at 
$15,100,496, nearly three times as much, and one-third more in value than China. 

Imports (y articles, 189$, 



▲rtioles. 



Anlmrii: 

OzBD, bulls, oows, and oalves number.. 

SlMepand lambs do — 

BieonajM hame cwt.. 

Beef do — 

BoMi, except whalebones do.... 

Booka, maps, and charts do — 

firimstone do.... 

Brittlea ponnda.. 

Butter ...- .....cwt.. 

Margarine do — 

Battona and atndaf not of metal groea . 

CiiMllea of all aorta cwt. 

Caoatchonc do — 

Caontchoac, mannfactarea of pounds. 

Cheese cwt. 

Cbcmical man nfactares and prod acta 

China, parod.1^, and earthenware owt. 

Cloeka 



Quantity. 



Coeoa pounds. 

Coffn owt. 

Oottfectionery and suocadea do... 

lOIk, oondeiMed do... 

Cordace, twine and oable yam 

CsrkT 

ITnnuanifaetared tons. 

Manafactmed pounds. 



602,237 

70,040 

5, 134, 510 

2, 356, 031 

73,484 

29, 552 

521. 589 

3,001,385 

2,183.009 

1,305,350 

3,817,432 

38,235 

272,163 

8,448,727 

2,232.817 



199, 801 



30,839,525 
846, 971 
134, 741 
481, 374 



12,622 
9,055,694 



Value. 



$46,120,055 
628,295 

54,469,166 

24,008,680 

1,814,035 

1,252,645 

738,905 

2,196,780 

69,825,950 

18. 564, 420 

1, 682, 450 

396,940 

14,912,060 
2,040,760 

27, 083, 920 
7,611,470 
8,284,420 
2, 309, 030 
4,961,440 

19, 678, 796 
1.437,810 
4, 661, 440 
2,925,216 

939,620 
8,044,946 



112 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



ImporU hy arHoles, 189t — Continned* 



Articles. 



Com: 

Wheat cwt.. 

Barley do — 

Oato - do — 

Haizo do 

Other kinds do — 

Flour, of wheat do — 

Flonr.of other kinds do 

Total of com do — 

Cotton; 

Kaw cwt.. 

Yam poimda.. 

Mannfaotnres of 

Drafts : 

Bark, Pemvian cwt.. 

Opinm ponnds.. 

Xmennmerated 

Dyeing or tanning staffs : 

Cochineal, granilla, and dust cwt.. 

Catch and gambier tons.. 

Extracts 

Dyes from coal tar 

Indigo cwt.. 

Shnmach tons.. 

Valonia do 

XJnennmerated cwt.. 

Dye woods «....tons.. 

- M.. 



Embroidery and needlework , 

Farinaceons substances and manufactures thereof, unennmerated, includ- 

ins sago and sago floor 

Featoers, ornamental pounds. 

Fish cwt. 

Flax and hemp: 

Flax, dressed and undressed do 

Tow or oodilla flax and hemp do... 

Hemp and other like substances, except Jute, dressed and undressed, 
cwt 

Jute... 



Quantity. 



64,901,790 
14,277,842 
15,061,894 
85,321.224 
7,637.458 
22,106.009 
961,901 



160,917,.127 



15,850,824 
0,022,158 



106, 401 
530,210 



5,456 
25,200 



71,844 
12,286 
83,173 

1,280,431 
72,682 

1,336,730 



Vala« 



.tons. 



Flowers, artificial 

Fruit: 

Almonds cwt.. 

Apples, raw bufth.. 

Currants cwt.. 

Baisins do 

Nuts, used as fruit 

Onmges and lemons bush.. 

Baw, unen urn erated do 

Unenumerated, dried or preserved, without sugar cwt - . 

Glass of all kinds cwt. . 

Guano tons.. 

Gum of all sorts cwt.. 

Gutta-percha do 

Hair: 

Goats* hair and wool pounds . . 

Manufactures of goats' wool or hair 

Hides, raw, dry, and wet cwt.. 



.do. 



Hops 

Lace and articles thereof 

l«Md -. cwts.- 

Leather pounds . . 

Leather manufactures : 

Boots and shoes dosen pairs.. 

Gloves pairs.. 

I<inen: 

Yam pounds.. 

Manufactures 

Matches 

Meat: 

Unenumerated, salted or fresh cwt.. 

Preserved, other than salted do 

Metals: 

Copper ore and regulns tons. . 

, Unwrought, part wrought, and old copper do. . . 

Iron ore do.... 

Iron, in bars do 

Iron and steel, wrought or manufactured do 

Lead, pig, and sheet do 

Manganese, ore of do 

Qaioksilver pounds.. 



853,266 
2,550,617 

1,468,081 
404,150 

1,775,831 
255,560 



106, R56 
4,514,700 
1, 15:J, 427 

657, 716 



$124, la 
21.661 
25,09 
47,121 
12,30( 
61,83* 
1,061 



203, 66i 



6,763,276 

2, 870, 175 

800, 482 

2, 580, 631 

27, 874 

363,382 

45,407 

10,783,263 



000,477 
187,507 



1, 239, 051 
108,386,604 

118,386 
22, 118, 016 

20,447,801 



1,850,530 
700,501 

226,087 

36,834 

8, 780, 503 

75, 015 

218.:t64 

182, 782 

100,823 

4,274,274 



180,44 

2,37 

14,06 

1,15; 
1.25 
4,16 

1« 
2,74 
2,10 
2,71 
6,78 
66 
2,29 
3,64 
2,00 
18.07 
2,41 

7.41 

4,64 

13,80 

12,50 
1,71 

U,09 

19,45 

1.64 

1,70 
6,76 
6,67 
4,07 
3,02 

10, 2€ 
7,10 
4.51 

12,17 

04 

5,61 

2.50 

4,44 

60 

10,42 

4,V] 

4,83 

11,11 

81. OS 

1,81 
e,8S 

8.04! 
1.01 
1,8S 

18, 0( 
e.7E 

10, 8( 
8,5'! 

13, 5{ 
8,4< 

16,11 
0,8i 
1.7( 



EUROPE — ^UNITED KIKGDOU. 



113 



Imports hy arHeJe$, i^ft9— Continned. 



Aitides. 



Ketels— Coiitiiiii«d : 

Sflrerore 

Tfaifin blocks. In Koto, bttra, or slAbs owt. 

Zine, ^udo, in cakes tuns. 

Zine, msnufactnrsd cwt. 

Xnsiesl instztimouts 

Kilts sod kemels, used for exprsssing oil thorefrom tons. 



Oil: 



Fish 

PsfaD 

OoeiMinnt 
OllTO 



.tons, 
.owt. 
.do... 



Qnsntitj. 



580,366 

52, 793 

379, 161 



tuns. 

Ssed tons. 

Turpentine cwt. 

Oil-seed cake tons. 

Onions, raw bushels. 

Psinters* colors and pigments 

Piper: 

For printing or writing cwt. 

Other, except hangings do... 

Ausffine ..............do. .. 

Pvtroleani, nnreflned and refined gallons. 

Phosphate of lime and rook tons . 

Ptotarss and drawings by hand, printo, engravings, and photographs. .. 

Pork owt. 

Potatoes do... 

Pooltry, game, andrabbito 

Pyrites of iron or copper tons. 

lafs and paper-making materials : 

do... 



Esparto and other materials do . . . 

Kes cwt. 

Bodn do... 

Bitepeter do... 

Cubic niter do... 

BMds: 

CloTer and grass do... 

Cotton : tons. 

Flax or Unseed quarters. 

Kspe do... 

SheOs of aU kinds 

Silk: 

Knobs or husks and waste cwt. 

Esw pounds. 

Thrown '. do. .. 

flOk msnnfiMStnrss: 

Broad stnfb 

Bihbona 

Other mannikc tores 



Total silk manulkotnrings. 



Skins and ftirs: 

Gsst, nndressed number. 



8«al 



.do. 



Sheep and lamb, undressed do 

Furs of allsorto do.... 

Manulketares of, indloding rugs 

Bpioss: 

Pepper pounds.. 

Of sll other sorts do 

Spirits: 

Bum gallons.. 

Brandr do 

Other ror«ign and colonial spirits do 

Tivtal spirits do — 

Stenss, marble and slate: 

Bonch, hewn, or manuAMStnred (other than works of art) tons . . 

Stew putting for making hats or bonnets .jMunds. 



Befined and sngar candy cwt.. 

UnrsAned do — 

Xolassea do — 

Qhicoee do.... 

JUlvw and stearine do.... 

T«s pounds-. 

Twih, sisphants, sea cow and sea horse cwt.. 

13357 O B 8 



65.492 

21,121 

1,058.580 

164,569 

20. 476 

22, 033 

616,597 

811,872 

4.420,276 



363,845 

2, 523. 327 

552, 572 

180.186,085 

814, 180 



360,461 
8,008,336 



604,411 

23,032 

430,280 

6,271,699 

1,681,393 

308.355 

2, 391, 217 

t 297,321 
409,668 

1,902,152 
244,017 



46,392 

1,503,283 

502,777 



10.817,303 

724,329 

12, 382, 213 

46,036,700 



81,100,075 
15, 212, 465 



6.852,240 
2,986,366 
2,064,763 



11,003,369 



556.826 
8,162,714 

10,620,671 

16,295,647 

616, 041 

918. 570 

1.875,679 

289,445,467 

11,505 



Value. 



$15. 160. 845 
13,710,070 
5, 512, 066 
2, 315, 400 
4,085,080 
3,383,265 

2,075.605 
5,847,460 
956.900 
3,812,580 
2. 779. 160 
2,954,665 
10.735,495 
8.620.200 
6,067,400 

2.120.640 
0,733,150 
3, 74a 520 
12,234,530 
3,328,445 
8.650,806 
8,082,135 
4,751.660 
4. 433. 460 
6,317.530 

1,070,325 

11,136,200 

13, 043. 375 

1,020.250 

1, 330, 655 

. 5,100,060 

8,175,676 

11,816.875 

18,651,705 

1. 567. 420 

2,683,060 

2.644.110 
4, 720, 270 
2,206,570 



20, 457, 536 
13,744,436 
13,850.346 

57,061,315 



5,272,000 
2, 524, 005 
6, 083, 310 
5, 177, 090 
8,304,636 

2,360,710 
2,120,255 



2,060,080 
6, 733, 815 
1,861,080 



11,555,876 



8,616,726 
2,081.625 

45,300,740 

53,684,545 

003,050 

2,832,166 

8,788,840 

60,236,770 

2,799,416 



114 



COMMERCIAL BELATION& 



ImporU (y arUole$, 189$, 



ArtidM. 



Tobacco: 

MannfaotiiTod, dgan tad 
Unnuuiaflftctiired 



laff. 



.pounds. 
do... 



Toys 

VejEetAblee» law, nsennmerated. 



Wine galto. 

Wood and timber: 

Hewn loads. 

Sawn or split do... 

Staves • do... 

Mahogany tons. 

House frames, fittings. Joiners, and cabinetwork 

Unenumerated tons. 

Wool, sheep, lamba, alpaca, and the Llama tribe pounds. 

Woolen rags tons. 

Woolen manufactures 

Woolen and worsted yams : 

Berlin wool and yam used for fancy purposes pounds. 

Yam for weaving 

Yeast, dried cwt. 

All other articles 



Total 



Quantity. 






17,819,477 

2,409,139 

5,090.796 

136,003 

56,315 



90,007 

743,046,104 

25,232 



1,897,143 

15,293,809 

235,029 



Yalns 



$8,87f 

10,811 

4, OK 

6,081 

8,711 

80,09^ 

24.431 

56,851 

2,9« 

2s50< 

8,871 

3,21< 

185, 29< 

8,501 

48.18; 

l,lffi 

6.442 

8, OK 

84. SK 

8^118,961 



ExparU hy articletf 1899. 



Articles. 



BBXTUH AND HUSH PBODUGB. 

AlkaU cwt. 

Animals: Hearses number. 

Apparel and slops 

Arms and ammunition i 

Firoarms (small) number. 

Gunpowder pounds. 

Of all other kinds 

Bags, empty dosens. 

Beer and ale *. barrels. 

Biscuit and bread cwt. 

BleaohiniE mateiials do .. 

Books, printed do... 

Butter do... 

Candles of all sorts pounds. 

Caontohono, manufacturers of 

Carriages and wagons, railway. 



Cement cwt. 

Cheese do... 

Chemical products and dyestuifs 

Clay, unmanufactured tons. 

Clocks and watehes 

Coal, ete : 

Coals, cinders, and fuel tons. 

Products of coal, except dyes 

CordRge and twine cwt. 

Corn: 

Wheat cwt. 

Wheat flour do... 

Of other ki nds 

Cotton yam ponods. 



Cotton manufactures : 
Piece goods — 

White or plain yards. 

Printed, cneckeil, or dyed do. . . 

Of mixed niateriula do. . . 

Stockings and socks dozen pairs. 

Thread for sewing pounds. 

Lace and paten tnet I 

Hosiery and small wares 



Quantity. 



5,885,000 
U,233 



181,722 
7,085,800 



2,085,090 

451.972 

217,202 

1,469,700 

166.961 

14,077 

18.875,500 



9,852,800 
11.386 



207,685 



30,453,978 
'" 224,' 930 



90.270 
219,023 



233,224,400 



Total cotton manufactures. 



Sarthen and china wares, including manufactures of clay 

llsh: 

Herrings barrels. 

Of other sorts 

FDmiture, cabinet and upholstery wares 



3,329,037,000 
1, 543, 064, 500 
104,300 
1, 124. 051 
16, 109, 300 



1,125,458 



Talac 



$10, 695 

2,81< 

24,281 

1^141 
1,01( 
6,16S 
8.d6f 
8,25: 
8,02( 
2.99S 
e,45S 

41( 
1,721 
8,071 
4,13< 
4,614 

22S 

18,57i 

1,48< 

60( 

84,062 
6,66] 
2,883 

188 

59S 

1,235 

48,46C 



147,96? 

05,83C 

1€ 

1,27:1 

14.337 
10,502 
11,36« 

281,327 

1l,2K7 

6, 0.V. 
2,24u 
2,665 



EUROPE — UNITED KINQDOM. 



115 



ExpwU hy arHoUa, 1899, 



ArtiolM. 



^1 — 

WMS: 



BRITISH AUD IBI8H PRODUOS— COIltill11«d. 



Quantity. 



Plato, roDi^li or t|lvered square feet. 

Flint cwt. 

Common bottles do 

Of other sorts do... 

Omse, tallow, and animal fat do... 

HabCTdasbery and millinery 

Hirdwareand oatleiy 

Hats of all aorta dozens . 

Implflmeota and tools of industry , 

iMtnnnents and apparatoa, sorgical, anatomical and acii'iitiflc 

Ltttber: 

TTnimraglit owt. 

'Wrongni, boots and shoes dozen psi rs . 

Wroogbt, of other sorts 

Stddlery and harness 

Umb and Jute yam : 

linen yam ponnds. 

Jateram do... 

Uun snd Jnte mannfaotores : 

linen manaCaotares : 

White or plain yards.. 

Printed, onecked, or dyed do.... 

Safldoth and aails do.... 

Thread for sewing do.... 

Of other sorts 



Total linen mannfactures . 



Jnte mannfaetares yards. 

IbfildBery: 

Steam engines 

Of other sorts 

ICttnre. 



Vedidnes 

Metals: 

Iron, old, for xemannfiMJtare tons. 

Iron, pig andpnddled do... 

Iron, bar. angle, bolt, androd do... 

Inn, railroaia of all sorts do... 

Iron, wire do... 

Inn, hoops, sheets, and boilerplates do... 

Inm, tinned plates do . . . 

Iron, east or wronght, and all other mannfactnres do. . . 

Steel, nnwrooght a do. . . 

MannfiaBtexesof steel or of steel and iron combined do... 

Total iron and steel do... 

Oopper, nnwTonght^ 

Ingots, oakes or slabs cwt. 

Copper, wronght or partly wronght— 

Mixed, or yellow metal cwt. 

Of other sorts do... 

Brass of sll sorts do... 

Lead, pig, sheet, and pipe tons. 

Tln,nnwronght cwt. 

Zine. wrought andunwrought do... 

Ifnsicalinatminents 

Oil and toor cloth square yards. 

on, seed t4ms. 

Painters' colors and materials 

Pkper, othar than hanging owt. 

PickleB, Tinegar, and aauces 

Plctores number. 

Plite and platod ware 

ProTisiona, not otherwise d escribed 

Hags snd other materials for paper tons. 

SaS do... 

Sasds of all sorts cwt. 

SOk, thrown, twist, and yam 



HIk mannfisetarea : 
Aroad piece n>ods 



Of other 



.yards. 



Total aUk mannfkctures 



2, 158. 076 

93,739 

753. 742 

222,088 

441,728 



1,250,610 



131,452 
659,911 



15,460,600 
25,682,400 



156,250,800 

12.157,000 

2,800,700 

2,458,400 



206, 247, 100 



108. 488 
767,053 
173, 414 
468,003 

47,350 
297,236 
395,440 
310.909 
149. 131 

15,246 



2, 739, 279 



845,822 

295,582 
324, 332 
108, 215 
68.102 
112,939 
196.211 



16,442,200 
67,232 



873,653 
"is," 637* 



57,648 
654,136 
215,024 



6,951,828 



BkiBsaiid ftnsi 



British 

Vonign, British dressed number. 



Value. 



$582,886 
1,127,640 
1,801.716 
914.835 
2.990,786 
8. 789, 100 
10,973,6M 
5.983,130 
6. 810. 245 
1.453,295 

6, 226, 050 
8,499,105 
1,663,435 
2,400,780 

4,450,710 
1,429,410 



17.240,045 

1,606,720 

665,585 

1,548,005 

4, 868, 195 



26,829,510 

12,812,006 

16,080,110 

53,347,676 

10,689,066 

5,066,156 

1.638,080 

9,873,725 

5,738,410 

11, 236, 110 

3,909,575 

16,703,375 

26,661,080 

21.811,445 

8,703,270 

2,503,770 



108,828,840 

~io,807,220 

8,646,440 
4,864,085 
2,272,685 
8.542,550 
2,720.336 
894,880 
948,665 
3,564,185 
6,613,590 
7,625.760 
7,156,020 
6,822,380 
1,445,625 
1, 607, 406 
8,814.875 
2,009,445 
2,606,310 
1,891,615 
1,614,470 



8,282,296 
6,048,256 



5,810,880 



8,276,660 



2,871,680 
8,064,076 



116 



COliMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



ExparU hy artieUs, i^95--continued. 



Artiolee. 



QoADtity. 



Talof 



Sosp 



BBinsB Aim XBiSH PBODUCB— -oontmned. 



.cwt. 






triti gallona. 



ildotitrjt other than paper 
Stones and slates : 

Slate, by tale number. 

Grindstones, millstones, and other sorts of Mones tons . 

Bocar, refined cwt. 

Telegraph wire and ajmaratos 

XJmbreUas and parasols 

Wood and timber, manufaotuTod : Staves and empty casks and nnena- 

merated 

Wool: . 

Sheep and lambs ponnds. 

FlooKsand rag wool do... 

Noils do... 

Waste do... 

Oombed or carded and tops do... 

Woctonand worsted yam do... 

Woolen and worsted manufaotures : 
Woolen tissues-- 
Heavy broad- 
All wool yards... 

Ifixed do... 

Heavy narrow^ 

All wool do... 

Mixed do... 

Light broad — 

All wool ..do... 

Mixed do... 

Light narrow- 
All wool do... 

Mixed do... 

Worsted coatings — 

Broad, all wool do... 

Mixed do... 

Worsted coatings— 

l^arrow, all wool do... 

Mixed do... 

Flannels do... 

Blankets pairs. 

Worsted— 

Stuffs, etc., all wool yards. 

Mixed do... 

Carpets and druggets do... 

Of all other sorts • 



540,799 
8,913.342 



48,702,700 

34,533 

902,327 



17,928.100 
14.238,800 
11, 112, 200 
8,427,200 
9, 574, 300 
44,820,200 



9,240.400 
14,093,100 

1,170,700 
606,900 

7,272,500 
8,820,900 

3, 165, 400 
0,853,500' 

17,805 800 
4,245,100 

8,035,300 

4,211,800 
9,596,300 
1, 280, 530 

15,361,700 

97, 390, 000 

9,366,600 



Total woolen and worsted manufactures. 



Tam. alapaca, and mohair, and other sorts unenumerated pounds. 

All other articles 



14,666,300 



Total British and Irish produce 



FOBBION AND COLONIAL PHODUCB. 

Baeon and hams cwt.. 

Brlntles pounds.. 

Butter and margarine cwt.. 

Caoutchouc do.... 

Cheese do.... 

Chemical manufactures and products 

Cocoa pounds.. 

Coffee cwt.. 

Cordage, twine, and cable yam 

Cork, manufactured pounds.. 

Com: 

Wheat cwt.. 

Other kinds of com and grain do.... 

Wheat meal and flour do 

Cotton: 

Kaw do 

Waste of raw and yam pounds.. 

Cotton manufiictures : 

Piece goods : yards.. 

Other articles 

Drugs: 

Bark, Peruvian cwt.. 

Opium pounds.. 

ImenumMated 



335,944 
778,134 

62,428 
150,601 

60,196 



8,969,740 
533.805 



1, 891, 155 

802,543 
374,531 
209,285 

2,079,499 
41,865,438 

19, 160, 544 



$2.» 
6,83: 
4,82' 

1,32> 

80" 

8,42 

4,541 
2,93 

1.8a 

8,40 
1,72 
3,18 
60 
3,13 
30,29 



10,67 
«,7» 

93i 



4,75 
2,72 

1,17 
1.27 

16,25 
2,86 

2,52 
2,61 
1,«9 
2,81 

8,73 

16,90 

4,78 

7,27 

89,58 



6,08 
48.04 

1,135,38 



112,322 
449,890 



2,81 

53 

1,79 

7,88 

94 

1,08 

1,40 

12,07 

50 

46 

1,53 
56 
50 

22,67 

2,35 

1,44 
58 

1.01 
1,03 

1.10 



EUBOPE — UNITED EINODOH. 



117 



Exports (y articles, i^9f — Continned. 



ArttdM. 



wovEiaa AHD OOLOMIAL PBODUCB— oontixiaed. ' 

Djtiag or tamiing atafb : 

OochineaL granilla, and dost owt. 

Catch ana gambiar toxiB. 

Indigo owt. 

IMnaeeoiia sabfltanoes and maniifactiirea thereof^ unenumorat«d 

Fflithers, ornamental 

TSih, cored or Baited owt. 

Ibx and hemp: 

Flax,dreaeed and nndreesed owt. 

Tow, or codella of flax and hemp do . . . 

Hemp and other like eabetancee (except Jute), dressed and nn- 
dreued owt. 

Jnte 



Quantity. 



Yalae. 



fruit: 



.tons.. 



Ahmmda owt. 

Cnrranta do... 

Baiaina , do... 

Oranges and lemons bushels. 

Gnaiio tons. 

Gum of all sorts owt. 

Gutta-percha do... 

Hair: 

Cow,ox. bulL or elk do... 

OthCT kinds, mcluding horse's and goat's hair or wool 

Hides, raw, dry, and wet cwt. 

Horas and hoofs tons. 

I<ud cwt. 

uatber pounds. 

Leather gloves dozen pairs.. 

lUtchss 



Mist: preserved, salted, or i^esh, aU kinds except bacon or hams. . .cwt. 
Metals: 

Copper, unwxtraght, part wrought and old copper tons. 

^OD in bars do... 

Iraa and steel manufactures, nnenumerated do... 

Lead, pig or sheet do... 

Quicksilver pounds. 

Tfaiin blocks, ingots, bar or slabs owt. 

MUktOODdensed do... 

It'ata and kemela used for obtaining oil tons. 



(Ml: 



Coeoanut. 

(NiTe 

P^tan 

Seed 



.cwt. 
.tons, 
.cwt. 
■ tons. 



Pietores and drawings by hand, prints, engravings, and photograplis. 

Predoos atonee, unset 

Bip and other materials used for making papers : 

Linen and cotton rags tons. 

Other materials do... 

Bice owt. 

Stltpeter cwt. 

Cubic niter do... 

SMds: 

Tlax or linseed quarters. 

.do. 



lUpe 

Unennmerated, used for obtaining oil do 

Shells of an kinds 

Sflk: 

Knnba or husks of silk and wasto cwt.. 

Baw pounds.. 

Thrown do.... 

Silk manufactures 

Skins and furs: 

(joat, undressed number.. 

Seal do.... 

Sheep, undressed do 

Purs of all sorts do 

Spiees: 

Pepper pounds.. 

^ Otter sorts cwt.. 

B^ts: 

Hum proof gallons.. 

Brsndy do 

Geneva and other foreign and colonial spirits gallous.. 

Straw plaiting for making hats or bonnets pounds.. 

Sosar: 

fieflned, and oandy cwt... 

TXnreftned do 

. •..••••••••••>■>*>•■■■■•.-•.•.•■•■••.....•..••■■•■■■■ .do. •■• 



4,497 

9,470 

49,701 



331, 151 
838,644 

48,862 
47,038 

834,751 
87,116 

47,536 

79,720 

91,673 

402,382 

1,030 

224,381 

7,1 



84,118 



387,224 

1,894 

264,482 

20,060,705 

147, 040 



100,206 

11,196 

46,477 

35,055 

15, 613 

8,775,880 

827,283 

106, 518 

85,498 

40,852 

3,351 

670,899 

8,984 



16.729 
23,040 
8,240,128 
30,975 
77,924 

121,487 

12,866 

186,473 



7,397 

164, 150 

82,574 



10, 552, 991 

36,820 

4,168,314 

81,180,431 

20,417,731 
102,626 

1,100,366 

96,084 

365,410 

4,445,620 

200,716 
227,115 
182, 2U 



9120,200 
1,078,580 
4,941,175 
1,063,380 
2,257,810 
2, 732, 315 

435,640 
163,500 

6,701,196 
6,442,620 

846,635 
873,400 
653,950 
527, 613 
60,000 
8,593,815 
282,066 

409,430 
1,417.990 
4, 097, 935 

450,465 
2,873,710 
8,002,430 

008,925 

827.225 
1,878,205 

2,817,210 
1,914,320 
2,564.615 
890, 7G0 
1,562,885 
7,665.600 
1,114,000 
2,105,555 

256,810 
704, 170 

8,694,525 
411,405 
976,700 

1,474,520 

579,025 

1,044,925 

7,693,525 

181,336 

180,345 

1,183,485 

118,225 

1,285,000 

2,086,720 

418,455 

488,845 

114,225 

8,661,580 

4,865.950 

306,625 

1,641,735 

6,207,015 

1,538,785 
1,886,025 

942,735 

834,905 

1,016,005 

1,663,015 

855,066 
848,226 
167,686 



118 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



SofporU by articUs, 1892, — Continued. 



Aitiolee. 



lOBKIQII AKD COLONIAL PBODUCB— COB tinned. 

Tallow and stearin owt. 

Tea ponnds. 

Teetlif elephant, sea cow, and sea horse cwt. 

Tobacco: 

Unmannfactui'ed pounds. 

Mannfactnred (cigars) do... 

Other sorts, including snufl*. do... 

Wine gallons. 

Wool, sheep, Inmb, alpaca, and Llama pouuds. 

Woolen manufactures 

All othw articles 



TotaJ 



Quantity. 



607,960 

87,662,701 

7,019 

6.401,423 

234, 04S 

1, 706, 890 

1,198,413 

430.828,903 



Vail 



•3,: 
8.: 

i 
i 

2 J 

84,: 

6.3 
30,^ 



322,1 



Value of total imports from and total exports to the various foreign oountrie 

British Possessions. 

[Bxpoxts in this table include British and foreign and colonial produce.] 



Countxies. 



FOBEION. 

Argentine Republic. . 

Austrian Territories. 

Belgium 

Brasil 

Central America 

Chile 

China (exclusive of 
Hongkong and 
Ma9ao) 

DenraaxK proper, and 
Iceland 

Danish West Indies. . 

Bcuador 

Egypt 

France 

Algeria 

Possessions in 
Seueganibia 

Possessions in In- 
dia 

Germany 

Greece 

Haiti and St Domin- 



H^land 

Java, and other 
possessions in 
the Indian Seas. 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Morocco 

Vow Grenada (United 
States of Colombia) . 

Persia 

Peru 

Portugal 

Aeores and Ma- 
deira 

Bonmaula 

BussiA: 

Northern ports . . . 

Southern ports. . . 

Biam 

Spain 

Canary Islands... 

Fernando Po 



Imports. 



$22,701,790 

6, 188, 170 

85.060,836 

17,659,705 

6,446,275 

19,356,995 



17,916,240 

40,208,310 

5,840 

610, 160 

62,626,150 

217,595,650 

3,370,436 

221,640 



128,638,690 
9, 134, 920 

204,855 
144, 104, 606 



7,765,835 
16, 422, 430 
4, 020. 015 
2, 270, 350 
8,777,020 

2,285,470 

1,219,920 

7,869.066 

17,204,110 

674, 895 
14,868,970 

48,686,865 

26,926,520 

261,026 

64, 583, 180 

1,282,060 

16,950 



Exports. 



$29,041,896 

7,627,265 

64,066,526 

41.090,250 

4, 326, 615 

20, 146, 690 



29,182,985 

16, 192. 600 

397,935 

1,349,0:)0 

16, 6^1, 820 

106, 686, 750 

1,683,880 

2,389,480 

1,408,990 

148, 200. 070 

4.954,425 

1,307,976 
78.164,610 



11,419,950 

31, 541, 805 

16, 408, 220 

7, 294. 125 

8, 537, 470 

6, 060, 150 
1,501.450 
4, 315, 040 
8,863,795 

805,955 
6,943,020 

38,355,510 

6,028,085 

507,050 

26, 061, 355 

2.277,105 

63,980 



Countries. 



F0BE16M — continued. 

Spain— Continued. 
West India 

Islands 

Philippine Islands 
Sweden and Norway . 
Tripoli and Tunis.... 

Turkey 

United States 

Urugimy 

Venezuela 

Western coast of 

Africa 

Other countries 



Total foreign 
couu tries..... 



BBITI&H POSSBS8IONS. 

Australasia 

British Honduras . . . . 

British India 

Cape of Good Hope 

and Natal 

Ceylon 

(Jh:uiucl Islands 

Gibraltar 

Gold Coast 

Hongkong 

Malta 

Mauritius 

North American 

Colonies 

Straits Settlemeuts .. 
West iLdia Islands 

and Guiana 

£Jii;or ProtiBctornte . . . 

Allen 

West Africa Settle- 

ments 

Other Possessions 

Total British 
Possessions . . 



Imports. 



$464,470 

10, 654, 575 

59,033,395 

1,856,890 

27,758,095 

640,931,585 

1, 441. 535 

1,283,696 

1.846,690 
3,756,830 



1,630,137,890 



162,713,160 

1.195,430 

162,566,630 

27, 816, 390 

19,726.045 

6. 846, 000 

187.820 

6,451,770 

4, 183, 5i;5 

518, 136 

1,150,635 

72, 832, 320 
24,341,445 

14,469,085 
1, 341, 240 
1, 124, 200 

1,141,940 
1,726,860 



Exp 



488.831,620 



Grand total ... .'2, 118, 969, 410 



$18, < 

31,: 

33,^ 

207. < 

6,1 

1.J 

3.i 

4,5 



1.052,] 



107, < 

145,! 

42,1 

4,1 
3. J 
3,( 
9.] 
4.. 
1.^ 

42,< 

nj 

16,' 
8.< 

1.: 

IJ 
1.^ 



406,1 



1,468,: 



EUBOPB — ^UNITBD EnTODOM. 



119 



TKADB WITH THS TTNITBD 8TATB8. 

The total importB £rom the United States in 1892 were valned at $540,931,585, com- 
pared with 1891 an inoreaee of $18,886,335, while the exports were valued at 
$207,060,030^ an increase over the preceding year of $1,729,295. 

The jM>incipal articles of import were animals, valned at $37,600,000, an increase 
of 17,100,000; bacon and hams, valued at $40,000,000, an increase of $4,500,000; corn, 
nlued at $153,000,000, an increase of $32,000,000; raw cotton of the value of 
1146,000,000, a decrease of $37,000,000. 

The principal articles of British and Irish produce exported were cottons, valued 
it $13,000,000, an increase of $1,300,000; metahi, valued at $24,500,000, a decrease of 
17,500,000; woolens, valued at $18,000,000, an increase of $2,500,000; foreign and 
colonial hemp, $3,400,000, a decrease of $2,000,000; leather, valued at $3,400,000, an 
mcreaae of $900,000; metals, valued at $10,600,COO, an increase of $1,000,000: skins. 
Tallied at $7,000,000, an increase of $2,000,000. 

Imports for the United State; 1889^90. 



Artioles. 



Aajmalii, llTfng: 

Oxen and balls number. 

Sheep and lamb* do... 

Swine do 

Boxves do... 

Bmou and hams owt. 

Beef: 

Freth '. do.... 

Salted do..., 

Booka do... 

Butter do... 

Batterine (margarine) do 

GMmtehonc do 

Hanniiiotares of pounds.. 

CheeBe owt.. 

docks snd parte thereof 

CoiMyraw owt.. 

Cbpp(^: 

Ore tons.. 

Begnlus do 

UnwTonght and part wrought do... 

Ooni: 

Wheal owt.. 

Barley do 

Oats do... 

Pease - do... 

Msixe or Indian com do..., 

Whest me«l and floor do 

Oatmeal do 

O»tton: 

Baw owt.. 

ICanufactarea of 

Brags* not otherwise enmnerated 

Byestnlls (extracts) 

I^rinaoeoos snbstanoes, not otherwise enumerated 

Fish owt., 

Trait, raw: 

Apples ..•• bushels., 

ITnenomerated do 

Hair, not otherwise enumerated 



Quantity. 



Hemp . 
Hides, 

Hops 

Iran and steel, manufactures of: 

Sewing machines 

XXnenumerated 

Lard. 



-cwt. 

.do 

.do... 



> cwt. 

do... 

lead, pig or sheet tons. 

Lesther pounds. 

Haanres: 

Phosphate of lime and rock tons. 

Unennmersted do... 

Vest, nnennmerated : 

Sslted or tneh. owt. 

Preserred otherwise than by salting do... 

Ifethylic aloohol gallons. 

Vesical instruments 

Vafetoo, Aesh .' cwt. 

Ofl: 

Spenn ...«•. ..••--.•-••.••.......-....•......- tuns. 

Tninor blubber do.. 



882,879 

2,829 

2,698 

1,076 

4,027.230 

1,951,887 

967,700 

5,851 

46,846 

230 

10,011 

444,155 

818,483 



92,491 

1,953 

43,892 

2,900 

83,886,742 

1, 106, 678 

2,569,667 

834,064 

17,037,365 

19,467,391 

302,274 

12,549,369 



855,176 

1,750,443 
12,102 



16,654 
21,753 
80,289 



123,092 

1,198,569 

8,951 

46,089,104 

201,565 
144 

20.895 

435,127 

47,412 



72 

265 
176 



Value. 



$37,351,666 

29,370 

40,016 

278,450 

40,116,640 

20,080,590 

1,879,785 

243,340 

055,725 

2,496 

818, 470 

287,480 

9,807,035 

416,720 

2,199,880 

170,880 

6.471,406 

704,460 

66,256,875 

2,375,906 

4,284,010 

1,475,940 

23,176,840 

53,432,790 

831,496 

145,961,960 

1,079,086 

696,365 

156,025 

716,255 

2,707,476 

3,611,166 

33,755 

196,056 

104,765 

230,896 

3,204,076 

680,916 

1, 786, 205 

10,707,666 

400,616 
9,699,945 

3,349,835 
1,716 

227,726 

4,787,570 

36,666 

798,285 



63,785 
16,440 



120 



OOMMEKOIAL RELATIONS. 



ImporUfor ike United States, laSB-fQO—Con^jme^ 



ArtaolM. 



Oil— Ck>iitliiaed. 
Animal 



Seed. 



.cwt. 

.tOQS. 



Tarpentine ovt.. 

Chemical, eaaen tial or perftuned pouods . . 

Oilseed cake tons.. 

Paraffin cwt.. 

Ferftraieiy pounds.. 

Petroleom gallons.. 

Pork, salted cwt.. 

Bosin do... 

Seeds: 

CloTor and grass do... 

Flax and linseed quarters.. 

Silver ore 

Skins and fors of all sorts 

Sugar: 

Refined and candy cwt.. 

Unrefined do... 

Holasses r do.... 

- Glucose do 

Tallow and stearin do 

Tar barrels.. 

ToImmboo: 

Unmannfkctnred pounds.. 

Mannfactnzed do.... 

Vegetables, raw 

Watches and parts thereof 

Wax cwt.. 

Wood and timber: 

Hewn loads.. 

Sawn or split do 

Stavea do 

Furniture, woods, and hardwoods tons.. 

House frames, fittings, and Joiners' works 

Wool, sheep and lambs pounds.. 

All other articles 



Total 



Quantity. 



61,407 

2,f»52 

496,173 

90,101 

210, 102 

525,024 

1, 212. 081 

89,094,336 

162,220 

1,646,910 

85,665 
86,676 



15,752 

1,600 

480,844 

841,516 

472, 182 

10,877 

62,471,468 
2,822,328 



2,264 

166,488 

407,854 

22,761 

65,231 



463,344 



Valo 



$5< 
2' 

2,8! 
1! 

7,2( 

8,5: 
1^ 

0,11 

1.K 

31 
51 

i.a 



75 

2,5: 

2,9] 

\ 

8,5! 

4.91 

2] 

r 



8,3- 
6,61 

71 
1,9: 

9: 
\ 

15, Oi 



540,9: 



Increaee or decrease in quantity and value of imports for the United States. 



Articles. 



Animals, living: 

Oxen and bulla number.. 

Sheep and lambs do 

Swine do.... 

Horses do.... 

Bacon and hams cwt.. 

Beef: 

Fresh do 

Salted do 

Books do.... 

Butter do.... 

Butterine (margarine) do 

Caoutchouc do 

Choutchouc, manufactures of pounds.. 

Cheese cwt.. 

Clocks and parts thereof 

Cofiee, raw cwt.. 

Copper: 

Ore tons.. 

Copper: 

Kegulus tons . . 

Unwrooght and partly wrought do 

Com: 

Wheat cwt.. 

Barley do 

Oats do 

Pease do.... 

Haixe do.... 

Wheaimeal and fiuur do.... 

■•■■• ••■■■••••••■■••■••••••••••• ..do. •>• 



Quantity. 



Increase. 



73,451 



2,568 

486 

235,ri)5 

204,300 
82,560 



17,371 
43.540 



46,899 



6,889 



9,691,787 
347,227 

1,665,595 
209,538 

9,896,741 

6,764,856 
171,422 



Decrease. 



7,708 



607 

16,847 

600 

9,506 



3,032 
'3,969' 



Value. 



Increase. 



$7,084,250 



40,015 

85. 785 

4,625,450 

2,303.910 
205.645 



81,130 
910,736 



1,076,225 



240,230 



10, 822, 185 

976,645 

2.750,470 

364,880 

11, 966, 710 

12,284,815 

448,420 



Docn 



da 



2! 



EUKOPE UNITED KINGDOM. 



121 



InereoM wad decrease in qviantity and valne of imporU — Gontinued. 



Artiolee. 



.owt. 



.owt. 



OBtton: 

Baw 

M»nnfantnre« 

I^raga not otherwise enumerated 

D^eBtnfis, eztncta 

Farijiaceoiis sabetanoee 

R»h 

^it, raw: 

Apple* buahela.. 

UnenmnerHted do.... 

Htir, not otherwise enomerated 

Hemp owt.. 

Hid6f,raw do 

Hops do.... 

Iran and steel, manufiftctarea of: 

Sewing machines 

Unenumerated cwt.. 

Lard do 

Letd, pigor aheet tons.. 

Liather pounds. . 

Uunres: 

Phosphate of lime and rock tons. . 

Unenumerated do 

Heat: 

Salted or finesh cwt.. 

Preserved otherwiae than by aalting do 

Uethylic alcohol gallons. . 

Mnncal inatrumenta 

Motton, fresh cwt.. 

OQ: 

Sperm tons.. 

Ttainor blubber do 

Animal cwt.. 

Seed tons.. 

Turpentine cwt.. 

Chemical, esaential or perfumed pounds . . 

Ofl-seedcake tons.. 

PanAin cwt. 

Pwfiunery pounds.. 

htroleam gallons. 

^irk. aalted cwt. 

Botin do... 

Swdi: 

Clover and grass cwt. 

Flax or linseed quarters. 

SQveroro 



Quantity. 



Increase. 



865,003 
6,138 



6,895 
603 



173,170 



60,841 



1,162 



86,779 



80,263 
36.154 
36, 018 



Stioaandfura of all aorta 

Sugar: 

Itofined and candy cwt.. 

Unrefined do 

Molttssea do 

Glitcoae do 

Tallow and atearin do 

Tar barrela.. 

To)»aooo: 

UDmanufaetnred pounds.. 

Mannfactored • do 

Vegetables, raw 

Watebea and parts thereof 

J^M cwt.. 

Wood and timber: 

Hown loads.. 

Sawn or split..... do 

SUtss do 

Furniture woods and hard woods do.... 

Hotuc frames, fitting and Joiners* work 

^'"ol, Mheepor laano^a 

ill other articlea 



■pounda. 



482,020 
7,058,715 



47,212 



80,806 
265,458 



Decrease. 



1.802,060 



68,246 



7,871 



17,680 



260 
5,048,801 



1,581 



12,604 



10,502 

37 
2,506 
0,712 
2,331 



18,086 



7,856 



20,653 
71,842 



Value. 



Increaae. 



520,800 
0,183 



012 

5,582,264 
571,068 



16,461 

09,820 

4,783 

3,630 



Total 



$10. 135 
'256,'626' 



802,000 
16,856 
10,850 



0,010 
73,735 

283,040 

2,* 335," bib" 



683,020 



27,085 
"26,'6i6" 



53, 140 

52,070 

1, 230, 120 



35,750 
'2,056 



Beereaae. 



17,003 • 



80,480 
852,020 



2,110 



04,720 



2,120 

428,550 
880,645 



46,130 



120,600 

1,372,080 

178, 020 

115,430 



2,160,805 



18,886,835 



$36,041,060 
63,045 



50,066 
029,085 



57.490 



308,150 



120,725 
1,442,255 



17,170 



80,500 



173,160 
121, 170 

6,866 
257,140 
110, 520 
260,240 



848,505 
"31*770 



26,830 

186,485 
661,560 
383,725 
506,020 

2, 182, 135 
33.725 



120,560 

""i,"656 
"32,"655 



50,355 
20,200 



122 



COMMEBCIAL BELATION& 



IQa^orto ofBrUUh aiui IrUhpradwsU to the United Stain, 1S99. 



ArtiolM. 



AUukU owt. 



HoFMS nmnber.. 

All other sorts 

Apparel and haberdashery 

Arms, ammunitioo, and military stores 

Bags and sackSt empty : dozens.. 

Beer and ale barrels.. 

Bleaching materials cwt.. 

Bookst printed do... 

Caoutchouc, manufactures of 

Cement tons.. 

Chemicals, products and preparations (including dye-stufis and sul- 
phate of copper 

Clay and manufactures of 

Clocks, watches, and parts thereof 

Coal, cinders, and fuel tons . . 

Coal, products of, etc., including naphtha, parailn, parafin oil, and 

petroleum 

Cordage and twine cwt.. 

Cotton yam pounds.. 

Cottons : 

Entered by the yard yards.. 

Entered at value 

Earthen and china ware 

Flax and h^np, dressed and undressed owt.. 

Furniture, cabinet, and upholstery wares 

Glass manufactures 

Hardwares and cutlery, unenumerated 

Hats, of all sorts dozen.. 

Hides, raw cwt. 

Implements and tools 

Instruments and apparatus, anatomical and scien t1 flo 

Jute: 

Yam pounds.. 

Manufactures, piece goods yards.. 

Leather, wrought and unwrought 

Linen yam pounds. 

Linens: 

Entered bv the yard yards.. 

Entered at value 

Machinery andmillwork 

Manure. 



Medicines, drugs, and medicinal preparations 

Metals: 

Iron, wrought and unwrought tons. 

Copper, wrought and unwrought cwt. 

Tin, unwrougnt do... 

Unenumerated, and manufactures thereof 

Oil and floor eloth square yards. 

Painters* colors and materials 

Paper of all sorts owt. 

Pickles, vinegar, sauces, eto 

Prints, engravings, etc 

Provisions (including meat) 

Bags and other materials for making paper tons . 

Salt do... 

Seeds of all sorts cwt. 

Silk, thrown, twist, or yam 

Silk manufactures 

Skins and Airs of all sorts 



.cwt. 



Soai) 

Stationery, other than paper . 

Stones and slates 

Sngar, refined and candy owt. 

Te^graph wires and apparatu s 

'Wool, sneep and lambs, raw or undressed pounds. 

Wool,, noils, waste, and carded or combixl and tops do. . . 

Woolen and worsted yam do... 

Yarn, alpaca, mohair, and other sorts do... 

Woolens and worsteds: 

Entered by the yazd 

Entered at value 

All other articles 



Total 



Quantity. 



8,715,600 
718 



58,080 

44,562 

025,200 

44.333 



UK), 273 



227,483 



6,706 
1,302,700 

60,780,500 



83,061 



23,270 
6,868 



8,471,700 
140,030,100 



532,000 
06,475,000 



386,086 
5,750 
3,800 



1,008,200 
""*23,'838 



40,224 
00,822 
14,250 



14,316 



111,600 



0,058.700 
171,000 
228,600 
122,200 

43,375,300 



ValuB 



$6,24] 

71? 

61 

1,28( 

201 

6] 

1,01: 

1,01( 

1,88( 

401 

1,761 

%m 
57: 
iii 

7& 

S3; 
8: 

541 

7,141 

5,001 

4,50: 

7» 

22! 

731 

1,26: 

224 

6: 

21^ 

16: 

IK 

6,47^ 

021 

8! 

10,0ft 

3,41^ 

3,0% 

221 

21< 

28,671 

66i 

so: 

7a 

85' 
1,06< 

23: 

5' 

1,882 

54] 

121 

7o: 

2,124 

4,03! 

28: 

87: 
37: 
42: 

7^ 
1,3ft 

131 
ft 

17,5ft 

82< 

7,061 

182, 7S< 



EUROPE — UNITED KINGDOM. 



123 



Inona$e or deoreaae in qwanUtf and value of Britiah and Iritih exporU, 



Articles. 



llktli owt.. 

Animals : 

HorsM number.. 

All other sorta 

Apparel and haberdaaherjr 

Anns, ammunition, and military stores 

Bigs and sacks, empty dosens.. 

Beer and ale barrels.. 

Bleaching materials cwt.. 

Books, pnnted do... 

GMHitchouc, manuiisotiires of 

Cement tons.. 

(%emical products and preparations anenumer- 
sted (inclnding dyestuffs and sulphate of coppw) . 

C9ay and manufaotnres of 

docks, 'iratchea, and parts thereof 

OmI, cinders, and f acl tons. . 

Ooti. products of (inclnding naphtha, parafiin, par* 

sffin oil, and petroleum) 

Cordage and twine cwt.. 

Cotton yam pounds.. 

Cottons: 

Entered by the yard yards.. 

Entered at Talue 

Earthen and china ware 

lUxand hemp, dressed and undressed cwt.. 

Toxniture, cabinet, and upholstery wares 

Glass manufactures 

Hardware and cntlexy 

Hats of all sorts doxens.. 

Hides, raw cwt.. 

bspleinents and tools ■ 

Isstrnments and apparatus, surgical, scientific, etc. 
Jste: 

Yam pounds.. 

Hannfactures of, piece goods . . . ^ yards . 

Leather, wronghtand unwrought 

Linen yam pounds.. 

Unens: 

Entered by the yard yards.. 

Entered at value 

Eaehinery and millwork 

Kannre 



Quantity. 



Increase. 



1,600 
176 



Decrease. 



Medieinee, drugs, and medicinal preparations 

Metals: 

Iran, wrought and unwrought tons.. 

Copper, wrought and unwrought cwt. . 

Tin, unwrongnt do 

TTnenumeratod, and manufactures of 

OU sad floor cloth square yards 

Painters' colors and materials 

Paper of all sorts cwt.. 

Piddea, vinegar, sauces, etc 

Prfnts, engravings, etc 

Provisions, inclnding meat 

Bus and other materiala for making paper . . . tons . . 

Seeds of aU sorts cwt.. 

Sflk, thrown twist, or yam 

SQk manufactures 

Skins and furs of all sorts 

Soap cwt.. I 

Stationery, other than paper j 

Stones and slates... 



104 



8,294 

76,600 

5, 993, 900 



1,191 



8,892 



26,700 



Value. 



Increase. 



19,710 



52,600 
2,248 



21,089 



111,984 



6,090 



31,730,300 



157,700 
15, 871, 100 



159 



214 



7,927 



53,019 
1,848 



105, 300 



6,020 



3,688 



Sugar, refined and candy cwt. 

Tetepraph wire and apparatus 



WooX sheep and lambs, raw and undressed, .pounds 
Wool, noils, waste, and carded or combed, and tops, 

pounds 

Woolen and worsted yams pounds.. 

Tam. alpaca, mohair, and other sorts do 

Wooleas and worsteds : 

Entered hj the yard yards.. 

Entered at value ..., 

AH other articles 



Total d e c ro — e . 



67,505 

"'isi.'aoo' 

66,500 

7,'i66 

5,838,300 



79,000 



$440,880 



7,060 



51,925 
228,580 



65,585 



117,605 
14,505 



38,835 
19,555 

632,635 

604,440 

81,745 



50,165 



25,080 
2,145 



14.955 



26, 690 
15,885 

1,463,470 
10,625 



28,170 



4,815 



27, 780 

17,405 

261,855 

675 

49,640 



86,050 
'27,970 



242,485 
56,655 



10, 610 



2, 730, 885 
"i,*ii7,'465 



Decrease. 



1244, 8tf 



83,115 
214,240 



23,975 



167,545 
'839,'836 



57,166 
419, 320 

149,586 



16,830 

23,745 

170, 275 



13,725 



18,^35 
'6i8,'390 



912, 495 
382,450 



7, 312, 560 
45,040 



32,470 
18.260 
20.020 
16,585 
115,895 



837,695 



961, 520 



18,465 
23,700 



08,975 



60,936 
935 



162,045 



4.986,506 



124 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



ExparU of foreign and eolonidl products to ike United States, 



ArtiolM. 



.do... 



hnraw iiamber.. 

Art, woru of (inolnding pictnrea) 

Bristles poonds. 

CaoatchoQO cwt. 

Cheese do--. 

Chemical prodnctsaud manufactures, nneuumeratod 

China and earthenware cwt. 

Cocoa pounds. 

Coffee Gwt. 

Cotton: 

Kaw 

MannCactnres of 
Drags: 

fiark, Peruvian cwt.. 

Opium pounds.. 

TTnenumerated 

Dyeing or tanning stufliB : 

Catch and gambler tons.. 

Indigo cwt.. 

Unenumerated do 

Farinaceons substances 

Feathers : 

For beds cwt.. 

Ornamental pounds.. 

Fish, cured or salted cwt.. 

Flax, dressed and undressed, and tow or cedilla of flax do.... 

Flowers, artificial 

Fruits and nuts : 

Almonds cwt.. 

Currants do.... 

Figs fiigand cakes do.... 

Grapes, raw bushels.. 

Nuts used as fruit 

Oranges and lemons bushels.. 

Baisins cwt.. 

Baw, unenumerated bushels.. 

Dried, unenumerated cwt.. 

Glass of all kinds '....cwt.. 

Gum: 

Lac, seed, shell, stick, and dye do 

All other sorts do.... 

Hair: 

Goats* hair or wool pounds. 

All other sorts 

Hemp, dressed and undressed, and tow or codiUa of hemp cwt. . 

Hides, raw do 

.do.... 



Hops 

Ivory, teeth, elephants', sea cow, etc do. 

Jute tons. 

Lace 



Leather, dressed and undressed pounds. 

Linen manufactures 

Metals: 

Iron bars, etc tons.. 

Steel, unwrought do... 

Iron and steel maunfuctures, unenumerated cwt . , 

Lead, pig or shee t tons . . 

Tin, in blocks, iugots, bars, or slabs cwt.. 

Unenumerated, unwrought tons . 

Oil. olive do... 

Onions bushels. 

Precious stones, unset , 

Suicksil ver po t luds . 
ags, and other materials fur making paper tons. 

Rice cwt. 

Seeds: 

Flax and Unseed quarters . 

Unenumerated, for exi^rossing oil therefrom do... 

Unenumerated, not for oil cwt. . 

Shells 



Silk: 



Knubs or husks of silk and waste 
Baw 



cwt. 

.pounds. 



Manufactures 

Skins: 

Ooat, undressed number. 

Sheep, undressed do... 

Skins and furs of all other sorts do... 

Spices of all sorts pounds. 

Spirits, not sweetened, of all sorts proof galls. 

Sponge pounds. 

Kmw plaiting for making hats and bonnets do... 



Quantity. 



72 



885.606 

««,308 

4,124 



2,738 

1,282,687 

27,420 

182,000 



24,663 
168,782 



5,433 
17, 024 
21,186 



6,655 

69.827 

101,458 

78,290 



25.765 

9,111 

11,635 

26,602 



50,070 

26,578 

21 

102,510 

2,171 

37,154 
33,366 

1,678,876 



Yalni 



495,426 

101. 353 

2,583 

2,354 

1,250 



7,810,479 



28,661 

1,672 

13«),370 

511 

256,469 

148 

549 

50,615 



283,125 

36,789 

145,965 

2,127 

8,307 

57,217 



3,398 
9,891 



9,322,122 

2,519,471 

18,976,687 

U, 214, 474 

66,122 

64,480 

l,0i4»71S 



IS 
27. 

a, 16 
s 

27 

3 

28 

54 

2.53 
26 

25 
35 
84 

66 

1,60 

16 
17 

13 
47 
57 
41 
15 

51 
4 
7 
7 

18 
6 

16 

36 
3 

69 



40 
1,19 
8,48 
1,15 

8 
68 

9 

8 
8,45 

6 

1,091 

« 

3S 

2 

6.01 

23 

12 

4 

1.39 

12 

1,53 

37 

2 

T 

23 

87 

20 

2 

88! 

4,80 

82 

1,8» 

1,03 

8! 

91 

«r 



EUBOPE — ^UNITED KINGDOM. 



125 



Exports of roreign and colonial produoU to the United States — Contmaed. 



Articles. 



8ii|ir,imi«lhied cwt.. 

Tn pounds.. 

TMmooo, vnnuuiafactured ilo 

Toys. 



Tecetobles, nnennmerated 

Wfas ^'r.llonrs. 

Wood, Aunltars Tsoeers aud hani wooila t«iu8. 

Wool: 

glieep or iMubs pounds.. 

Other kinds and flocks do... 

▼ooteo msnnlbetiirers , 

Itt other arUdes 



Total forelipB prodacts 

Total of British and foreign exports 



Quantity. 



20,294 

3,842.701 

SOU, 527 




Yalne. 



$104,280 
806.150 
71.605 
45,450 
140. 785 
172, 775 
310. 350 

14,101,855 

147. O'K) 

3, 843. 265 

6,520,555 



74,823,860 



207.060,030 



Incrmse or deereaae of foreign and colonial exports to the United States, 



Artioka. 



Asimals, liorses number.. 

Art, works of (inelnding pictures) 

BrisOss ponnds.. 

CMNttohoae cwt.. 

Cheoie do 

Cheinical mannfactnTes andprodnota 

China and earthenware cwt.. 

Cocoa ponnds.. 

Coffee. cwt.. 

Cotton: 

Baw do — 

Hannftctoxes of 

Dmn: 

Bark, PeruTlan cwt.. 

Opinm ponnds.. 

Unenumorsted 

Djeing or tanning stnflh : 

Cntob and gambier tons.. 

Indigo cwt.. 

Unennmerated do — 

Fwinaoeoas snbetKnoes 

Testhen for beds cwt.. 

Feathers, ornamental pounds.. 

Vlib, cnred or salted cwt.. 

Flax, dressed and nndressed, and tow or codilla or 

flax cwt.. 

Flowers, artificial 

ftnit: 

Almonds cwt.. 

Cnrrants do — 

Figs and fig cake do — 

Grapes, raw bnshols.. 

Huts, osedssfrnit 

Oranges and lemons bnshols.. 

Baisins cwt.. 

Baw, nnennmerated boshels.. 

Dried, nnennmerated cwt.. 

Glass of all kinds do.... 

Qua: 

Lae, seed shell, stick, and dye do — 

All other sorts do — 

Hiir: 

GoaVs hair and wool pounds.. 

All other sorts 

Hamp, dressed and undressed, and tow cwt.. 

Hides, raw do — 

Hops do.... 

Ivory, teeth, elephaats*, sea cow, etc do 

Jvte tons.. 

Laos. 



Quantity. 



Inerease. 



Loathar, dr essed and nnd re ss ed pounds. 

Linen nanniiMStaxes- •--....■.■... -•••->««-.. 



Imk bftra, ete .... 
SissI, nnwnvright. . 



.tons, 
.do... 



81,176 



14,077 
61,568 



2,206 
70,123 



1,481 
11.754 



00 
15,106 
16,668 



8,208 
7,083 



26,602 



17,518 



8,818 



41,778 

1,312 

648 

8 



2.430.406 



Decrease. 



15 



4,005 
8,051 



8,141 
810,806 



6,543 



85,688 



0,081 



84,880 



48,632 

41,860 

622 

8.004 



422,224 
'i86.'628' 



8,104 
824 



Yslne. 



Increase. 



$105. 180 
61.660 



156.580 



240.835 

550.620 
144,040 

17,005 

142,700 

86,880 

105,545 
1.122,800 



31,025 

3.090 

5.280 

140.805 



0,610 

211.530 
20,010 



74. 195 
47.520 



03.330 



150,280 



866,145 
47,025 

164.330 
13,420 
23,200 

001, 875 
40,760 



Decrease. 



$26,475 



585,040 
35.860 



28,400 
83,515 



217,435 



840,420 



05,550 



63.590 



110,700 

165.880 

3.015 

31,760 



171. 030 

111.655 

2,172,250 



886.450 
57,840 



126 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Increase or deereaee in qnanUtif and value of foreign and oolonial eaDports—Contm 



ArtUdM. 



Iron and steel nuukuliMtiires cwt. 

Lead, pig and sheets tons . 

Tin in Dlooks, ingots, bars, and slabs cwt. 

Unenumerated, nn wroaght tons . 

Oil, olive tuns. 

Onions • •- .bnsfaels . 

Precious stones, unset 

Qnioksilver pounds. 

Kags and other materials for making paper . . .tons. 
Rice cwt. 

Flaxseed or Unseed quarters. 

Unenumerated for expressing oil do. . . 

Unenumerated not for oil cwt. 

Shells 

Silk: 

Knube, husks of silk, and waste owt. 

Kaw pounds. 

Manufaotnrea 

Skins: 

Goat, undressed number. 

Sheep do... 

Skins and furs of all sorts do... 

Spioes of all sorts pounds. 

Spirits, not sweetened, of all sorta — proof itallons . 

Sponge pounds. 

Straw-plaiting for making hats do... 

Sugar, unrefined cwt. 

Tea pounds. 

Tobacco, unmanufactured do... 

Toys 

Vegetables, unenumerated 

Wine gallons . 

Wood : Furniture, Teneers, and hard woods. . .tons. 
Wool: 

Sheep and lambs pounds. 

Other kinds and flocks do... 

Woolen manufactures 

All other articles 



Total 



Grand total increase. 



Quantity. 



Increase. 



03,602 

M.'OSS' 

4©" 



61,726 



20,060 



2,557,080 

824,405 

7, 814, 617 

1, 030, 000 

10.500 



223,658 

6,086 

767, 368 

135.806 



8,002 
2,300 

10,113,644 
31,412 



Value. 



227 

74 

'i44,'050' 



2,008 
64,308 

10,733 
8,308 



1,005 
4.007 



25,701 



222,685 

1, 220. 720 
216,410 
675,525 



10,005 

4,055 

104,560 

22,105 
178,426 

10.:i26 



53,170 

51,530 

161,440 



17,406 
408,430 
813,805 



6,715,800 



1,720,206 



Increase. 


lucre 


i 
$100,220 


tj 


1, 311, 875 
31.345 
22,695 


iia 


720.500 
17,000 






ifi 




11 




s 


130, 815 
446,300 


E 




2 



11 



If 



SHIPPING. 

The total number of British and foreign steam and sailing vessels with car 
and in ballast from foreign countries and British possessions that entered at ] 
in the United Kingdom in 1892, wafl 61,647, of 37,672,904 tons, being an increai 
267 vessels and 813,889 tons. 

The total number of vessels cleared from ports in the United Kingdom for for 
countries and British possessions with cargoes and in ballast was 61,Sil, of 38,194 
a decrease of 321 vessels, but an increase of 240,646 tone. 

The number of sailing vessels employed in the home and foreign trades, carr 
the British fla^, in 1892, was 10,793, of 2,965,326 tons, manned by 80,789 persoi 
decrease of 321 vessels, an increase of 117,825 tons, and a decrease of 400 pei 
employed as compared with the preceding year. The number of steam vessels 
6,227, of 5,484,186 tons, manned by 160,946 persons, an increase of 98 vessels, 16' 
tons, and 1,655 persons compared with 1891. 

The total number of vessels built for foreigners in 1892 was 131, of 108,757 i 
being a decrease of 97 vessels and 30,137 tons when compared with those built ii 
preceding year. 

The total number of vessels belonging to the United Kingdom totally lo8t(tt 
Bive of vessels of the Royal navy) in 1891 was 587, of 217,422 tons, of which 448 
sels, of 104,991 tons, were sailing vessels and 139, of 112,431 tons, were steam vec 
The total number of passengers lost was 584 and seamen 1,342. Compared 
the previous year these figures show an increase of 59 vessels, of 10,6^ tons 
passengers, but a decrease of 30 seamen lost. 



EUROPE — UIOTED KmODOM. 



127 



Jbtel nw rn h er amd tannage of 9milinf vmmZ« of each naUonaUtg, including their ropoaied 
fojfagei thai entered and eleared with cargoes and in ballast from and to foreign 
WMtriM and British Possessions at ports %n the United Kingdom. 



EKTEBED. 



Aortriaa 

MOMXk 

Brixith 

Dutch 

freoch 

G«niuui 

Itelun 

Vorwegim ............ 

'R rt'^afi 

Ihaniali 

SvedUh 

TlBited States 

Other foreign oonntries 

Total 



180L 



Vet. 
selfl. 



58 



6,4» 

1,654 

505 

1,526 

1,664 

235 

4,570 

639 

50 

1,248 

60 

27 



17,630 



Tons. 



32,498 

1,065 

2,210,094 

248.200 

87,572 

178,776 

471,386 

153,806 

1,720,754 

170,420 

17,252 

347,213 

80.410 

13,406 



5.745,870 



1882. 



Ves- 

aels. 



89 

2 

6,397 

1,609 

445 

1, :<85 

1,627 

202 

4,803 

622 

54 

1,240 

80 

18 



17,572 



Tons. 



27.560 

246 

2.137,578 

260,287 

92.073 

174, 421 

457,168 

134.947 

1.895.170 

217,097 

10,663 

856,001 

47.538 

0.600 



6.830,810 



InoreMe. 



seU. 



46 



232 
88 

- 4 



Tons. 



17,070 
4.501 



166.416 

47,268 

2.401 

0,778 



84,949 



Decresss. 



Ves- 
•els. 



14 

7 

92 



60 

141 

37 

33 



8 

90 

9 



67 



Tons. 



4,948 

820 

72,516 



4,^56 
14,218 
18,860 



41,872 
8,906 



CLEARED. 



AntWsB 

Bgl«Jsn 

Brittsh ................. 

Biskli 

Dutch 

Frandi ................ 

Gcimsa 

Italian 

Konregisn 

Itwfft^gH ................ 

Spsniflh 

Swedish 

United States 

Other foreign conntries 

Total 



62 

4 

5,155 

1,847 

505 

1,311 

1,715 

238 

4,849 

556 

65 

1,298 

87 

30 



17.683 



83,406 

2,045 

2.375,043 

272,048 

84,445 

167.316 

500,602 

151,763 

1,855,925 

175, 861 

18,993 

864,352 

92,127 

13,841 



6,101.666 



40 

8 

6,104 

1,817 

441 

1,289 

1,667 

198 

4,928 

616 

58 

1.243 

47 

80 



17.661 



26,704 

654 

2,877,462 

284,906 

92,010 

168, 616 

485.744 

132, 665 

1,915,447 

215, 045 

20,475- 

356,646 

50,019 

22.883 



6.149,356 



80 



70 

60 

8 



1,609 

12,947 

7,555 

1,300 



69.522 

30.184 

1,482 

2,294 



9,042 



47,680 



12 

1 



80 
64 
22 
68 
40 



55 
30 



121 



6,701 
1,301 



14,868 
22,098 



42,108 



Total number and tonnage of steam vessels of ettoh nationality, including their repeated 
wfoges, that entered and eleared, with cargoes and in balUut, from and to foreign ooun- 
tries and British Possessions at ports in the United Kingdom, 

ENTEBED. 



Ilsg. 



iutrisn .. 

B(]|ian 

^tish .... 
Dioish.... 

Botch 

'wnch .... 
uefBisn.... 

Jifc 

dorwegisn. 

Bniiiaa 

§|ttidsh.... 
|««dieh... 

United 

Other foreign oonnd*ies. 

Total 



1801. 



Voe- 
•els. 



87 

1,280 

81.874 

1,331 

1,185 

1,905 

2,776 

54 

1,601 

109 

680 

061 

80 

116 



43,741 



Tons. 



32.383 
478,038 
24,427,093 
675,010 
870.493 
749. 321 
1,679,784 

83,389 
721,368 

69.218 
603.826 
622,303 

07.435 
143,544 



31, 113, 145 



1802. 



Ves- 
•els. 



64 
1,315 
31,568 
1,858 
1.388 
3,158 
2,610 

104 
1,685 

144 

567 

1.126 

27 

182 



44,075 



Ton^. 



40,325 
478,680 
24,002,678 
606,007 
057,876 
704,464 
1, 540, 074 
158,326 
770,524 

92,310 
651, 191 
603, 310 

73,272 
164,648 



31,312,085 



Inoresse. 



Ves- 

•ek. 



17 
82 



27 
153 
253 



60 
84 
36 



164 

'ii' 



334 



Tons. 



16.942 
642 
475. 485 
20,997 
87.383 
45,143 



74,887 
40,166 
23,002 



81,007 

6.837 

21,104 



728,940 



Decrease. 



Ves- 
sels. 



300 



166 



23 

"i 



Tons. 



130, 116 



42,626 



128 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONS. 



Tlf>ial number andionnage ofaUam veaseU of each ntUunuil^, ete, — Continued. 

CLEABBD. 



TlMg. 



Austrian 

Belgian 

British 

Danish 

Batch 

French 

German 

Italian 

Korwegian 

Busftian 

Spanish 

Swedish 

United SUtes 

Other foreign conntries. . 

Total 



1B91. 



Tea- 
sels. 



Tons. 



48 

1,274 

32,468 

1,361 

1,180 

1,893 

2,832 

67 

1,507 

134 

503 

083 

25 

180 



44.520 



35, 655 
471, 115 
24,944,305 
699.604 
901. 3U 
755.687 
1, 748, 702 

84. 814 
738. 501 

88,280 
603,252 
538,837 

67,072 
184,771 



31,851,030 



1893. 



Ves- 
sels. 



73 
1,297 
31,733 
1,374 
1,343 
2,160 
2,572 

112 
1,582 

153 

670 

1.165 

22 

174 



44,320 



Tons. 



71,440 

473,040 

24,955,122 

709,345 

1, 002, 144 

801,397 

1,552,569 

165,069 

769.723 

101. 913 

371, 680 

618, 690 

51,680 

201,104 



82,044,896 



Increase. 



Ves- 
sels. 



80 
23 



18 
163 
267 



65 
75 
19 



172 



Tons. 



86, 

1, 
10, 

9, 

100, 

46. 



785 
025 
817 
741 
800 
710 



80, 
31. 
13. 



255 
221 
633 



79. 
16," 



763 
423 



Ves- 
sels. 



192.867 



725 



Tons 



260 196.143 



23 



3 
6 



200 



31.673 



6,382 



Total number and tonnage of sailing and steam vessels of each nationality^ including 
their repeated voyages, that entered and cleared with cargoes and in ballast from and to 
foreign countries and British possessions at ports in the United Kingdom. 

EKTSRED. 



Flag. 



Austrian 

Belgian 

Brifish 

Danish 

Dutch 

French 

German 

Italian 

Korwegian 

Bussian 

Spanish 

Swedish 

United States 

Other foreign countries. . 

Total 



1891. 



Ve* 

sels. 



90 

1,292 

37,363 

2,985 

1.690 

3,431 

4.439 

289 

6,072 

648 

630 

2,209 

99 

143 



61,380 



Tons. 



64,881 
479, 103 
26, 637, 187 
018, 219 
058,065 
928,097 

2, 150, 170 
237, 145 

2,450,112 
230.617 
611, 078 
869, 516 
156,845 
156,950 



36, 869, 015 



1892. 



Vos- 

sels. 



1,317 
36,966 
3.057 
1,783 
3,543 
4.237 

306 
6,388 

766 

611 

2,365 

66 

150 



61,647 



Tons. 



76.876 

478,926 

27, 040, 166 

966,296 

1.049,949 
968,886 

2, 006, 842 
292,173 

2,665,694 
310,007 
670,844 
960,301 
120. 810 
174, 148 



Increase. 



Ves- 
sels. 



8 
26 



72 

93 

113 



17 
316 
118 



166 

..... 



37,672.904 267 



Tons. 



11,994 



402,969 
38,076 
91,884 
40.788 



65,028 

215,682 

70,360 



90,785 
"i7,*i98* 



813, 889 



Decrease. 



Ves- 
sels. 



306 



202 



19 



33 



Tons. 



178 



143,328 



40,234 



36.035 



CLEABED. 



Austrian 

Belgian 

British 

Danish 

Dutch 

French 

German 

Italian 

Norwegian 

Bussian 

Spiuitsh 

Swedish 

United States 

Other foreign countries 

Ttotal 



95 

1,278 

37, 613 

3,208 

1,685 

3,204 

4,547 

295 

6,856 

690 

648 

2,281 

92 

210 



62.202 



69.060 
473, 160 
27, 320, 248 
971,6.52 
985,789 
920. 003 

2, 249, 304 
230, 577 

2,594,426 
264. 141 
622,245 
893, 189 
149. 199 
198, 612 



87,953,606 



113 
1,300 
36,927 
3,191 
1,784 
3,44flr 
4,229 

310 
6,510 

769 

628 

2,398 

69 

2C4 



61,881 



98, 

473, 

27, 332, 

994, 

1,094, 
970, 

2,038, 
297, 

2,685. 
316, 
592, 
975, 
101. 
224, 



144 
694 
574 
340 
154 
013 
303 
734 
170 
958 
155 
236 
699 
077 



38, 194, 251 



18 
22 



99 
245 



16 

154 

79 



117 



19,084 
534 
12. 326 
22,688 
108,365 
60. 010 



68.157 
90,744 
62,817 



82,047 



26.465 



240,646 



686 
17 



318 



40 



23 
6 



821 



311,001 



80,090 
'47*606 






EUBOPE — ^UNITED EmGDOM. 



129 



Jfmihr amd i&nnage o/BrMsh amd foreign ve$$eU (aailing amd •toom) mUrtd and cleared 
viiA oargo€8 and in haUasi at the principal porU in the United Kingdom, from and to 
foreign conntriee and BriMk Poeeeeeione. 



ENTBBSD. 



Btlftrt 

OMur. 

flbteow 

EaU 

XttflOdy... 

Mth. ..:.... 

Lmrpool 

London 

S«wport 

Stntnamiiton 
BmAfliluid .. 
TjTM porta .. 
Ober ports.. 

Total.. 



1891. 



Tern- 
sela. 



868 

4,287 
879 
8,290 
1,258 
1,573 
4,406 

10. 218 
1,100 
1.843 
1,830 
6,067 

24,783 



81,880 



Toma. 



248,048 

8,426,891 

996,886 

2,067,871 

484,600 

778,978 

6,866.920 

7,687,966 

736,146 

918,066 

756,800 

8,668,298 

9,404,452 



86,869,016 



1892. 



Vea- 

aela. 



447 
4,286 
1,062 
8,892 
1,440 
1,680 
4,272 

10,880 
1,098 
1,832 
1,246 
6,098 

26,579 



61,647 



Tona. 



825, 
8,511, 
1,200, 
2,141, 

617, 



6,918, 

7,866, 
764, 
913, 
702, 

8,064. 

8,840, 



215 
961 
841 
311 
731 
608 
860 
948 
073 
187 
137 
886 
164 



87,872,904 



Inoreaae. 



Vea- 

aela. 



89 



178 

102 

182 

7 



112 



797 



207 



Tona. 



77,167 
86,070 

214,456 
63.440 
88,032 
42,626 
46,040 

228.081 
17,928 



686,702 



813,880 



Tes- 

aela. 



183 



7 
11 
84 



Tona. 



4,878 

64.168 

618. 408 



CLBABSD. 



CMiff. 

ffluffow 

Han 

UrfceaUy... 

Ldih. ..:.... 

Urvpoid 

Londra...... 

Vcwport 

Smtnampton 
Sand^Luid.. 
Tpw porta .. 
Other porta.. 

Total.. 



119 
^700 
1,424 
2,923 
2,054 
1,364 
8,841 
7,648 
1,497 
1,608 
1,576 
8,854 
28,016 



62,202 



81,170 

6,960,444 

1,661.672 

1,726,806 

740,806 

666,602 

6,220,988 

6,787,662 

1,101,818 

888,508 

960,018 

6,808,201 

7,006,018 



87,068,606 



187 
6,717 
1,486 
2,061 
2,204 
1,870 
8,700 
7,850 
1,468 
1,723 
1,893 
7,091 
23,782 



81,811 



167, 
6,267,218 
1,781,064 
1,669,809 



722,734 
6,206,116 
6,048,513 
1.109,980 
822,848 
858,010 
4,441,340 
8,844.924 



88,194,261 



17 
72 
28 
160 
16 



202 



717 



70,700 
806^774 



81.961 
66.182 



261,061 
8.662 



438,911 



240,646 



66,080 



132 



88 



182 
1,268 



881 



14,872 



11,100 
101, 108 
866.881 



YBSSSLB BUILT. 



Simber and net tonnage ofironytteel, and wooden tailing and steam teeteU hnilt at parte 

in the United Kingdom for foreignere in 1891 and 189Jd. 





War. 


Meroantilo. 


Aggregate. 


Tear. 


StMun 
reaaela. 


TotaL 


Balling 
Toaaela. 


Steam 
Toaaela. 


Total. 


Sailing 
yeaaela. 


Steam 
yeaaela. 


Total. 


MW 

UB. 


No. 

13 

8 


Tons. 

800 

2.702 


No. 

18 

8 


Tons. 

300 

2,792 


No. 
67 
26 


Tons. 
37,608 
28,372 


No. 

148 
97 


Tons. 

100,901 

77,593 


No. 
215 
123 


Tons. 
138,504 
105,965 


No. 
67 
26 


Tons. 
37,603 
28,372 


No. 

161 
105 


Tons. 

101, 201 
80,385 


No. 
228 
131 


Tons. 

138,894 
108,767 


lB<a«aae. 




2,403 


• • « • 

6 


2,402 


























Iweaao.. 


6 


41 


9,821 


51 


23,308 


92 


82,629 


41 


9,821 


66 


20,816 


97 


80,137 



13367 



130 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Total number and net tonnage of vesseU built in the United Kingdom (eocelmeive of veeeeU 

built for foreigners). 

[The flgores are those of the ships finished bnlldiog in the yean mentioned.] 





* 


Iron. 


SteeL 


tWood. 


TotaL 




No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tona. 


Na 


Tona. 


1801 
Sailing yessels 


28 

88 


0,001 
0,422 


138 
410 


241,540 
423,600 


166 
23 


8,150 
070 


822 
621 


258, 760 


8tf MnTMisels 


434,001 






Total 


116 


18,423 


648 


665,230 


170 


0.138 


848 


602,711 






1801. 
Balling Teasels 


25 

181 


6,502 

16, 030 


116 
410 


177,201 
462,080 


167 
22 


8,034 
663 


306 
622 


101, Ml 


Steam vessels 


478, «B 






Total 


206 


22,622 


535 


630,380 


180 


8,607 


030 


070, sot 






1800. 
Sailing yessels 


25 
125 


12.653 
32,818 


70 
424 


101, 270 
405,274 


182 
32 


0,301 
607 


277 
581 


123, 2U 


8team*Vessels 


628, 7M 






Total 


150 


45,471 


404 


606,544 


214 


0,008 


858 


662,011 







* Inolnding Teasels bnllt partly of iron and partly of steeL t Including oomposite Tosaela. 



BRITISH BEOISTBRED VESSELS. 



T»tal number and tonnage of registered vessels of the United Kingdom, Isle of Man, ami 
Channel Islands, vhich were employed in the home and foreign trades, and the number of 
persons employed ther^n. 





Vessels. 


Tons. 


Persons employed. 




British. 


Foreign. 


•TotaL 


1802. 
mffiing Teasels 


10,703 
6,227 


2,065,326 

6, 484, 186 


68,191 
117.246 


12,486 
18,414 


80, 7M 


RtjkMm Teasels 


160,046 






Total 


17,020 




8,440,512 


185,437 


30.800 


241, 7» 


1801. 
Railinff Teasels ..T..r....^r t.tt-,,t.t-. 


11, 114 
6,120 


2, 847, 501 
5,317,040 


68,683 
117, 503 


12.436 
17,831 


8LU0 


Rtiuim vmuiaIii ..-^ ^-, -,.-,.,, 


160, 201 






Total T T T .-.--..... 


17,243 


8,164,541 


186,176 


30,267 


240,480 






1800. 
Raillnir Teasels 


11,570 
5,855 


2.803,572 
5,021,764 


72,100 
113,048 


11.800 
15, 418 


84.218 


Steam Teasels r... 


151,890 






Total 


17,425 


7, 016, 336 


186, 147 


27,227 


236,108 



* Including Lascars and Asiatioa. 



VESSELS LOST. 



Number and tonnage of vessels belonging to the United Kingdom totally lost {exelueive of 
vessels of the royal navy), and number of passengers and crew lost, 

[The loases of nnregistered vessels are included in theae figures.] 





Sailing vessels. 


Steam vessela. 


Aggregate. 


Year. 


No. 

804 

448 

54 


Tons. 


• 

a 

884 
942 

58 


Paa- 
sen- 
gers. 


• 

H 

909 
960 

51 


No. 

134 
139 

5 


Tona. 


• 

B 

488 


Pas- 
sen- 
gers. 


• 

3 

o 
H 

635 
966 

331 


No. 


Tons. 


■ 

1 


Pas- 

sen- 
gers. 

172 
684 


1 


1800 


03,870 
104.091 


25 

18 


112, 864 
112,431 


147 


528 
587 


206,734 
217,422 


1,372 
1,342 


L644 


1881 


400: 666 


LOM 










Increase ..... 


11, 121 


7 




419 


69 


10,688 


""io 


412 


t81 


Decrease ..... 


433 


88 





























EUROPE — ^DHITED KINODOII. 



131 



▲GRICULTURX. 



He total cultivated area in the United Kingdom in 1892 was 47,977,903 acres, a 
docrease of 201,750 acres; the decrease in the total of arable land was 167,768 acres 
aod of permanent pasture 33,802 acres. 

The changes that have taken place in the last twenty years in the' cultivated area 
of England and Scotland (and the same remarks apply to Ireland) are very remark- 
able, as the following table will show : 



Tcsars. 



1872 



Arable. 



Aerei. 
18,428,000 
17,492,000 
16, 327, 000 



Pasture. 



Aeret. 
12,576,000 
14,821.000 
16,358,000 



Total 
caltivated 



Aerei. 
81,004,000 
32,313,000 
82,685.000 



It will be noticed that the total cultivated area increased by upward of 1,600,000 
acres in the twenty years, which was due to the series of reclamations and exten- 
sions which is continually going on, and to the increased care shown in preparing 
theie returns. 

The wheat acreage returned in 1892 for England and Scotland was 2,219,839 acres, 
the smallest total yet reached. In 1872 out of every 1,000 acres of cultivated land 
116 were returned as growing wheat, while in 1892 only 68 acres out of a like acre- 
ige were so returned. 

The average price of wheat in 1892 compared with 1891 fell $1.64 per quarter, barley 
50 eents per c^uarter. and oats 4 cents per quarter. 

The following table gives the average price per quarter of wheat, barley, and 
ostfl in 1872, 1882^ and 1892 : 



Year. 


Wheat. 


Barley. 


Gate. 


W72 


$13.87 

10.97 

7.35 


$9.10 
7.58 
8.86 


$5.68 
5.81 


1882 


van 


4.82 







There was an increase in 1892 in the number of horses in the United Kingdom of 
iO,000; cattle, about 200,000, and sheep of 100,000: but a falling off in the number of 
pi^ of nearly a million, or about 25 per cent. Tnls falling off was due to the low 
price obtained for pork and bacon in 1891. 

The general range of prices for meat as quoted Jn the Metropolitan Cattle Market 
in 1872, 1882, and 1892 are as follows: 

[Per 8 inmnds.] 



Year. 

• 


Beef. 


Mutton. 


Pork. 


vm 


$L01 to $1.41 
.97 1.46 
.70 1.15 


$1.17 to $L 62 

1. 20 1. 74 

.87 1.85 


$0.85 to $1.16 
1.03 L21 


1882 


1812 


.70 1 11 







Acreage under crap9, hare fallow, and grass in the United Kingdom, 



Crops, eto. 




Cora 

Green 

Qovtr, sanfof n, and graMOS 

^nasnent paaiore 

Flu 

Hop. 

SbiiUI fruit 

B«Mow 

Total acreage nnrl r A\ kinds of crops, bare fallow, and srass 
l^akea of United Kingdom 



Acres. 

0, 328, 701 

4,467,115 

5,973.456 

27, 533, 326 

72,065 

56,259 

62.547 

484,434 



47, 077, 003 
77, 642, 099 



Acres. 

9,443,600 

4,510.653 

6,015.037 

27,567,128 

76,477 

56,146 

59,122 

451,402 



48, 179, 473 
77, 642, 099 



132 



COUMEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



JAv€ Btook in ih$ UMied Kingdom. 




Hones 
Cattle. 
Sheep. 
Pigs.. 



11,519,417 

88,643,808 

8,26S,896 



2,096,170 
U, 843, 686 
88,683,088 

4,272,764 



8SA FISHERIXS. 

There were landed on the ooasts of the United Kingdom in 1892, 12,444,000 cwt. of 
flflh, exclnsire of ihellfish, Talned at $32,365,000 at tHe point of landing. The value 
of the ahellfish landed was ^,250^000, wnich, being added to the above total, makes 
the sea fisheries of the United Kingdom in 18^ worth at the place of landing 
$34,615,000. It is oalcolated that the oost of caring, etc., the fish makes the total 
▼alne about doable. 

The general result for the United S^ingdom, including salmon is as follows : 

England and Wales : 

Fish landed $24,015,000 

Salmon landed 500,000 

$25,415,000 

Scotland: 

Fish landed 8,355,000 

Salmon landed 1,385,000 

9,740^000 

Ireland: 

Fish landed 1,346,000 

Salmon landed 1,306,000 

2,660,000 

Total 87,805,000 

The value of fish imported into the United Kingdom in 1892 was about $10,000,000 
and exported therefrom about $8,500,000. 

The number of boats engaged in the fisheries in 1891 was 28,622, giving employ- 
ment to 78,077 men and boys constantly, and occasional employment to 45,697 other 
persons. These figures show a decrease both in the number of boats and men and 
boys employed when compared with 1890. 

QuantUff, value, and average prio$ of fish landed on the ooaeie of ihe United Kinffdom in 

1S92. 



Soles 

Turbot 

Other prime fish 
Cod 

I'lBff 

Ha^ock 

Herrines , 

Hackerei 

Bprate 

All other 



Totsl 



Sheliash: 
CralM... 
Lobsters 
Oysters . 



▲11 other. 
Totsl.. 



Total value of all fish. 



England and Wales. 



Qnantity. 



OVBi. 

72.821 

62,630 

68.396 

377,546 

104, 716 

1,903,831 

1,580,890 

858,413 

35,862 

1,020,595 



6,485,699 



Number. 
4,520,725 

858.353 
86,893,000 

(hot. 

514,158 



Value. 



$2,497,265 
1,142,845 

863,085 
1, 304, 385 

367, 610 
4,815,430 
2,174,400 
1,643,285 
40,615 
8,294,105 



23,148,625 



245,845 
193,345 
660,420 

719,725 

1,772,885 



24, 916, 860 



Average 
price. 



P0rJb. 

$0.2940 
.1564 
.1082 
.0296 
.0300 
.0216 
.0118 
.0882 
.0096 
.0370 



.0306 



Ptrdoten. 

,190fi 

2.7000 

.1800 

F9rlb. 

.0120 



Scotland. 



Qnantity. 



OwU 

23,340 

4,596 

276 

468.450 

146,567 

722,740 

8,621,133 

3,526 

5,907 

899,734 



6,891,278 



8,098,580 
736,404 
815,500 

820,070 



Valoe. 



$185,776 

72,660 

6,285 

852,685 

240.020 

1.871,760 

8,772,345 

8,285 

4.240 

842,085 



7,054«970 



Kvmbtr. 

83,875 

161,636 

7.200 

Owt. 

148,805 

401,566 



8,866,535 



Average 
price. 



P^rlb. 
$0.0682 
.1854 
.1642 
.0158 
.0170 
.0234 
.0090 
.0302 
.0062 
.0180 



.0123 



Per dozen. 
.3300 
2.6300 
.2700 
Per lb. 
.0038 



EUBOPE — UNITED KINGDOM. 



133 



^MiM^, valme, mmd OMrage price of fith lamded im the ooaeie of the United Kingdom 

in 189t — Continued. 



SdM 

Turbot 

Other prime fleh 

Cod 

Hum. 

Eaddock 



Ibckeral 



Totel 



fitelUUh: 
Cnbs.... 
Lobe ten. 



Another. 



Totd 

Totel ralne of all flah. 



"belRnd. 



Qiumtity. 



(hot 
8,848 
1,428 



37,140 
18,752 
25,368 
04,187 
285,356 
10,150 
00,858 



566,587 



iVum&er. 
310,086 
222.354 

1,830,060 
Ovot. 
15,008 



Valoe. 



178,466 
22,030 



86,700 

88,240 

78, 130 

153,855 

677,400 

4,885 

280,280 



1,264,066 



17,176 
88,155 
10,100 

11,870 

77,800 



1,342,285 



Ayerage 
price. 



Per lb. 
$0.1636 
.1822 



.0200 
.0174 
.0264 
.0140 
.0174 
.0042 
.0218 



.0102 



Ptrdoitn. 

.6600 

2.0600 

.0800 

Per lb. 

.0064 



Totel United Kingdom. 



Qnaatlty. 



Owi. 

100, 018 

68,654 

66,671 

878,136 

270,035 

2,651,930 

5, 296. 210 

647,206 

61,010 

8,410,687 



12,448,564 



Number. 

7, 930, 241 

1,817,111 

88,548,460 

Owt. 

860,122 



Yalne. 



12,756,506 
1,237,425 

868,870 
2,243,770 

645,870 
6.865,820 
6, 100, 600 
2, 228, 070 
49,740 
0,866,410 



8*a363,480 



805,806 
303,135 
587,180 

875,400 

2,251,700 



84,615,180 



Average 
piloe. 



PerVb. 
10.2362 
.1546 
.1084 
.0220 
.0204 
.0822 
.0008 
.0286 
.0068 
.0884 



Perdoun, 

.6000 

2.5900 

.1800 

PerJb. 

.0088 



iTmiflr of boats, men, and hoy 8 employed in the eea fieheriee of the United Kingdom in 

1890-'91, 



• 


SnfdAndend 
Wales. 


Scotland. 


Ireland. 


United Kingdom, 
including iaunda. 




1881. 


1800. 


1801. 


1800. 


1801. 


1890. 


1801. 


1800. 


Boeti 


6,606 

88,044 

0,011 


7,006 

82,603 

0,812 


10.418 
82,861 
10,872 


10,502 
84,810 
20,828 


6,002 
10,600 
14,754 


6,784 
10,121 
18,081 


28,622 
78,077 
45,607 


23.874 


Hen snd iMje oonatantly em* 


78,480 


Km end boys ooee«ionally em- 


46.887 







Tlie number of persons emplored in and about all mines in the United Kingdom in 
IffiQ was 721,806, of whom 6,009 were females employed above ground, an increase 
of 14,879 persons emplojed when compared with the previous year. 

The total number of latal accidents was 862, and the total number of deaths occa- 
noned hereby 1,034, being a decrease of 99 in the number of fatal accidents and an 
increase of 4 in the number of lives lost compared with the totals of the preceding 
year. There was one death for every 679 persons employed, which was more favora- 
ble than the ratio 1 in 668 of the preceding year. 

The quantity of coal wrought in 1892 was 181,786,871 tons, a decrease of upwards 
of 3,600,000 tons as compared with the previous year; fire clay. 2,212,233 tons; iron 
on, 2,^,666, a decrease of 320,000 tons: iron stone, 7,229,150 tons, a decrease of 
upwards of 1,600|000 tons; and oil shale, 2,085,662 tons, a decreaseof 250,000 tons. 

The total value of minerals wrought was $424,106,760 in 1892, a decrease, when 
•ompazed with the previous year, of $51,605,090. 



134 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



QuaniUjf of mineral wrought at mines in the United Kingdom, 



Description. 


1802. 


1801. 


Description. 


1802. 


1801. 


AJnm ClftV- rrr-^rr-r-- 


Tont. 

7.822 

5,114 

4,497 

24.248 

79,979 

181, 786, 871 

5,995 

265 

2,212,233 

9,990 

111,313 

8,853,666 


Tont. 

10,763 

6,048 

6.095 

26,876 

71, 950 

185, 479, 126 

8,836 

322 

2,394,065 

14, 117 

114, 870 

2,576,203 


Tron nvrites. ........ 


Ton*. 

7,182 

5,644,486 

39,904 

6,078 

4,031 

8,065.662 

172, 159 

156,911 

721.973 

15.449 

23,683 

226,088 


Ton*. 

8.970 


A numin 


Ironstone ........... 


7,220,150 
43,833 


Arsenical pyrites 

Baxytes 


Lead ore 


Manganese ore 

Ocher, umber, etc... 
Oil shale 


0,476 

4,432 

^352. 471 

221,503 

138,578 

736,578 

17,349 


Clays 


Cool 


CoDDer ore ........... 


Salt, rock 


Copper precipitate. .. 
Fire clay ............. 


Slates 


Stone, etc ........... 


Gold ore 


Tin ore 


G vixmiii .............. 


Zinc ore ............. 


22,216 
240.427 


%«Jf ^DIUU ............. . 

Iron ore.............. 


All other 









Pereone employed in and about all minee in the United Kingdom, 



Desciption. 


1802. 


1801. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


TTnderflrronnd ........................................... 


671, 840 

124,852 

19,017 




660,180 

122,870 

10,240 




Above inonnd. inolndine sldinss at the nit. 


6,774 
826 


6,819 


A boTA ffTonnd. on branch ra^v^avs. etc- r^-..^.. ......... 


293 






Total 


715.709 


6,009 


701.200 


6,112 






721,808 


707,411 



Katimated value at the place of production of coal and metaU produced in the United 

Kingdom during the year 189$, 



Description. 




Goal 

Metals prodnced from British ores: 

Pig iron .^.-. 

Fine copper -T... 

MetaUicIead 

White tin 

Zinc 

Silver from lead 

Gold 

Other metals 

Total 



$330,252,256 

86,381,660 

123.730 

1,588,390 

4, 464, 910 

1,017,680 

224,090 

52,555 

580 



424,106,760 



1801. 



$370,400,060 

07,204,509 

203,540 

8,003.435 

4,405,696 

1,062,475 

262,670 

68,500 

t.856 



476,711,840 



POST-OFFICE. 



The following table shows the estimated number of letters^ etc., reoeived in the 
United Kingdom for the year ending March 31, 1893 : 



Description. 



liStters. ......... . 

Postcards 

Book packets, etc 
Vewspapezs 

Total 

Parcels 

Grand total 



XTiunber. 



1,790,500,000 
244, 400, 000 
535, 200, 000 
162,800,0)0 



2,732,900,000 
68,370,000 



2,785,270,000 



Increase. 



Percent. 
1-8 
1-2 
8-0 



8*4 

6-0 



8-5 



Average 
nnmber 
to each 
person. 



46-6 
6-4 

14*0 
4-2 



71-8 
1-4 



72-6 



EUROPE — UNITED KINGDOM. 



135 



Of the total nnmber of letters delivered about 85 per cent were delivered in "Ens- 
had and Wales (29.98 per cent being delivered in the London postal district alone), 
9*07 per cent in Scotland, and 5*93 per cent in Ireland. 



HONET ORDKB8. 



The total number of inland money orders issued was 8.963,032 of the value of 
1123^094,045, an increase of 56,456 ana $1,176,200, respectively, as compared with the 
preceding year. The total nnmber of foreign and colonial oraers issued and paid in 
tiie Unitod Kingdom was 1,479,886 of the value of $20,325,710, an increase in number 
df 39,832 of the value of $95,385 over the previous year. 

The value of money orders issued payable in the United States was $971,120, a 
•fight decrease compared with 1891-92, and of orders issued in the United States 
ind payable in the United Kingdom $5,847,495, an increase of $311,085. 

The number of postal orders issued was over 56,500,000, representing a value of 
than $100,000,000. 



SAVm OS BAHZS. 



The amount, including interest, which remained to the credit of depositors on the 
Slst of December, 1892, was $379,265,395, being $21,225,385 more than at the close of 
the previous year. The total number of depositors on the 31st of December, 1892, 
5,452,316 distributed as follows : 



Diviaioiis. 



Kninb^r of 
depoiiitoxs. 



Propor- 
tion to 

populA- 

tion. 



Average 
balanoe 
dae to 
eachdo- 
potitor. 



bgbnd and Wales 

BeoUand 

briasd 

Total 



5,027,431 
190, 082 
225,828 



lln 6 
lin20 
lin21 



K».5S 
44.48 
98.25 



5,462,816 



lin 7 



09.50 



The amount of Ck>vemment stock standing to the credit of deipositors increased 
during the year by over $2,500,000, the total amount held being nearly |O0,000,000. 



The number of telegrams sent in the United Kingdom shows a slight decrease, 
with the exception of press messages, which are sent at very low rates. The work- 
ing of the telegraphs resulted in a loss to the post-office of $2,776^270 on the year, 
m this is accounted for by the slackness of trade and the competition of the tele- 
phone companies. 



REVBNUa. 



The total postal revenue for the year 1892-'93 was about $51,720,000, the ezpendi- 
tmes being $37,590,000, leaving a balance of $13,130,000. 

The total telegraph revenue for the same time was $12,435,000 and the expendi- 
tme $12,840,000, being a decrease of $405,000 for the year, to which has to be added 
the interest on the capital raised for the purchase of telegraphs. 

Takinff the postal and telegraph services together, there is an increase in revenue 
of |700,(WO and in expenditure of $2,225,000. The large increase in expenditure is 
doe to increased salaries, wages, and pensions. 



RAU^WAT. 



There were 20,3^ miles of railways open in the United Kingdom in 1892, the 
uld-np capital of which amounted to $4,721,786,600. The gross receipts were 
la0,460,200 and working expenditure $228,589,825, leaving net receipts of $181,870,375. 
Hie proportion of working expenditure to gross receipts was 56 per cent, compared 
with 55 x>Ar cent in 1891. The receipts from passenger and goods traffie averaged 
^320 per mile of line open, against $19,405 in the previous year. 

The number of passengers conveyed, exclusive of season-ticket holders, waa 
184,485,388, and the tonnage of goods and minerals carried' was 309,626,378 tons. 



1S6 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



I^ngih of UfMfi capUai paid upjViUBengera and mereikandUe eonveifed en raUwajf^ to 

United Kingdom to 189g. 



England and Wales 

Scotland 

Ireland 

Total 

Previone year 



Lenffth 
of Ime. 



liiUt, 
14,242 
3,188 
2,895 






20,325 
20,191 



Capital 
paid np. 



$3,885,894,475 
043,580.825 
192,611,300 



4,721.786.600 
4,597,125,605 



Number of 
paeaengert 
conveyed.* 



702.630,966 
79,157,412 
22,647,010 



864,436,888 
845,468,668 



Tonnage of 
goodaand 
minerala 
conveyed. 



260,490,188 

44,814,786 

4.321,' 



809,626,818 
310,824,607 



^Season tickets exoladed. 
Oroas reedpU and working expenditure of the railtoaye of (he United Kingdon^ in 189$, 



England and Wales 

Scotland 

Ireland 

Total 

Total previous year 



Gross receipts. 



From passen- 
ger traflic. 



$151,788,715 

17,976.175 

8,649,190 



178,314,080 
176.654,560 



From eoods 
traffic. 



$181, 412, 965 

25,828,330 

7,091.206 



314,332,490 
216,153,586 



Averaee re- 



ilrt 



ceiptsTrom 

passenger 

uid ffoods 

tn^loper 

mile of line 

open. 



$23,895 

13,740 

6,405 



19,320 
19,406 



Miscella- 
neous. 



$16,060,120 

1,506,150 

248,360 



17,818,630 
17,494,870 



TotaL 



$849,261,790 
46,309,666 

16,888,786 



410,460,200 
409,803,086 



England and Wales 

Sccniand 

Ireland 

Total 

Total previous year 



Working 
expenditure. 



$196, 251, 386 

23,650,886 

8. 687, 555 



Net receipts. 



$158,010,406 

21,658,770 

7.201,200 



228.589,825 
225,723,880 



181,870,876 
183,658,120 



Proportion 

of working 

expenditure 

to gross 

receipts. 



TRAMWAYS. 

The total len^^h of tramway opened in the United Kingdom in 1892 was 946 milea, 
the paid up capital of which was $67,855,000. The total receipts were $17,657,156^ 
an increase of $500,000. The working expenditure shows an increase of $1,120,000. 

Total length, paid up capital, traffic receipte and working eapeneee of tramwaye in the 

United Kingdom in 1892* 





Length 

of line 

open. 


Paid up 
capitaL 


Number of 

passengers 

conveyed. 


Gross 
receipts. 


Working ex- 
penses. 


Ket 

reoeipta. 


England and Wales. 
Scotland 


Mii«9. 

760 

84 

112 


$66,444,695 
6,243,645 
6,166,660 


468,187,946 
82,145,667 
36,394.933 


$14,206,626 
2.240,760 
1,209,780 


$11,501,115 

1,774,896 

991.270 


$2,706,610 
466,856 
218,610 


Ireland 




Total 


946 
963 


67,655,000 
67,981,485 


581,678,546 
666.621,478 


17,657,166 
17,148,480 


14,266,780 
13,164,646 


8,390,876 
8,993,786 


Total previous year. . 



EDBOPE — UNITED EINODOM. 



137 



POPULATION. 

The i>opa]ation of the United Kingdom estimated to the middle of the year 1883 

[exoiasiye of the anny, navy, and merchant steamers abroad) was 98,429,992, an 
increase as compared with the previous year of 325,019. The increase in England 
tnd Wales was 324,000 and Scotland 30,000. The decrease in Ireland was 32,000. 

Births numbered 1,126,431, a decrease in each division of the United Kingdom. 

Deaths numbered 724,674, and showed a decrease in England and Wales and Scot- 
lud, but an increase in Ireland of about 4,000, or nearly 4^ per cent over the pre- 
Tioas year. 

The number of marriages was 276,901, an increase in England and Scotland, but a 
dight decrease in Ireland. 

The army of the United Kingdom consisted of 213,540 officers and men, of which 
rnunber 106,115 were stationed at home and 107,425 were abroad. The strengikh of 
the navy consisted of about 70,000 men. 

The police force in England and Wides numbered 40,596 men, Scotland 4,400, and 
Ireland 13,630. 

The number of criminal offenders committed for trial in England and Wales was 
12^6, of whom 9,607 were convicted and 2,567 acquitted. 

In Scotland 2,252 were committed for trial. 1,778 convicted, and 491 acquitted* 
In Ireland 2,031 were oonmiitted for trial, 1,196 convicted, and 76 acquitted. 

The totals show a slight increase in England and Wales and a decrease in Scot- 
land and Ireland. 

The number of persons in receipt of relief in England and Wales on the 1st of 
January, 1893, was 776,458, of whicn number 199,934 were in receipt of indoor, and 
576,524 of outdoor relief The amount expend^ for relief of the poor in 1892, was 
$44,238,390. 

Scotland, on the 14th of January, 1893, nnmbered 93,496, and the amount expended 
m the relief of the poor in 1892 was $4,564,190. 

At the close of the first week in January, 1893, there were 102,865 persons in receipt 
of relief in Ireland, and the amount expended tiiere for relief in 1892 was $5,272,570. 

PapulaHon ^ ik» United ^ngdawu 




SDzfamd ftod Wales 

Seollaiid 

InUnd 

r 

ToUl 



29,720,606 
4,003,860 
4,006.627 



88,420,002 



20,408.846 
4,063,462 
4,638,176 



88,104.878 



825,019. 

Birih$, deaiha, and marriage in ^ United Eingdam in 1899. 



IfeiUiid and Wales 

tSSttd 

Inliiid 

_^ Total 

«M pnvknia year 



Birtha. 



807,270 
126,011 
104,160 



1.126.431 
1,147,684 



Deafcha. 



660,000 
76,568 
00,016 



724,674 
767,267 



226,028 
28,637 
21.848 



276,001 
276,806 



Enrolled eirmigiK of the army, reeerve, militia, yeomanry, and volunteere. 




mLaaad militia xaaerve 

iMBUBry ................ 

^•batMn 

Total 



68,088 

116,352 

10, 570 

*226.428 



421,287 



* Efficient, 217,302; nonefficient, 8,121. 



1801. 



60.288 
112,201 

10,710 
222,046 



406,100 



138 



COMMERCUL RELATIONS. 



Average atrengih of the regular army of the United Kingdom (at home and abroad) in 1891^ 





At home. 


Abroad. 


Total 


1891. 




3,878 
102,237 


a. 776 
103,650 


7,653 
205.887 


7,614 


Wairant offioen, noDCommlsaioned offioetB and men 


202,085 


Total 


106, 115 


107,425 


213, 540 


209.699 







EMIGRATION. 

The gross emigration f^om the United Kingdom to conntries oat of Europe in 1892 
amounted to 321,397, and the immigration into the United Kingdom from such conn- 
tries to 143,747, leaving a net emigration of 177,650. Of these totals 210,042 emigrants 
and 97,780 immigrants were persons of British and Insh origin, making a net emi- 
gration of 112,262, e^nal to 0*29 per cent of the total population of the United King- 
dom with the exception of 1890 when the percentage was the same. This is the lowest 
proportion since 1878. 

Of the total emis^ation 235,221 persons went to the United States, of whom 150,039 
persons were of British and Irish origin, viz, 84,667 English, 16,406 Scotch, and 48,966 
Irish. The numher of immifprants from the United States was 103,718, of whom 62,698 
were of British and Irish origin, leaving a net emigration of persons of British and 
Irish origin to the United States of 87,341. 

The occupations of emigrants of British and Irish origin going to the United 
States were stated to be as follows : Agricultural laborers, gardeners, carters, etc. . 
10,6^; bricklayers, masons, etc., 1,277; clerks and agents, 2,699: farmers and 
graziers, 2,651; gentlemen, merchants, etc., 4,340; generaliaborers 24,109; mechanics 
1,460; miners, 1,283*; spinners and weavers, 1,162. Of the female emigrants 17,686 
were stated to be domestic and farm servanto, nurses, etc. 

The statistics of foreign emigrants to the United States give 30.453 as general 
laborers, 2,331 farmers and graziers, 3,078 mechanics, and 4^8^ female domestics. 

Emigration in 1892. 



Nationality. 



Sngliah 
Scotch . 
Irish... 



Total Biitiah and Irish. 

foreigners 

Kot dlstingaished 



Grand total 



To- 



United 
States. 



84,667 
16,406 
48,966 



150,039 
85,182 



235.221 



British 

North 

America. 



19,937 
1,938 
1,879 



23.254 
18, 612 



41,806 



Ansti^' 



12.188 
2,030 
1,732 



15,950 
233 



16,183 



Cape 

of Good 

Hope and 

Natal. 



6,492 

1,281 

118 



All other 
places. 



8,631 

1,670 

707 



9,891 
1,750 



11,641 



10,908 
1,574 
4,004 



16,486 



Total 
1892. 



321,397 



Total 
189L 



133,815 
23.325 
52,902 


137, 881 
22,190 
58,436 


210, 042 

107,351 

4,004 


218,507 

112.275 

8,761 



334,548 



Balance of recorded emigration and immigration to and from the following plaoee in 189B' 



Country of emigration and immigra- 
tion. 



United States 

British North America 

Australasia 

Cape of Good Hope and Natal 
AU other plaoes 

Total 



Comparing total emigration 

with total recorded Immi* 

gration. 



Emi- 
grants. 



235,221 
41,866 
16,183 
11,641 
16,486 



321,307 



Immi- 
grants. 



103, 718 

10,323 

10,793 

7,194 

11,719 



143,747 



Excess 
of emi- 
grants. 



131,508 

81,543 

5,390 

4,447 

4,767 



177,650 



Comparing emigration and 

immigration of persons of 

British and Irish origin only. 



Emi- 
grants. 



150,039 

23,254 

15,950 

9,891 

10,908 



210,042 



Immi- 
grants. 



62,698 
9.316 

10,606 
6,147 
9,019 



97,780 



Excess 
of emi- 
grants. 



87,341 

13, 9U 

5,344 

8,7U 



112,262 



EUROPE — ^imiTED KINGDOM. 



139 



Immigration in 1892. 



Hstlonalltj. 



BritbhHidlrlah.. 
FonigDfln ........ 

Sfoldlstliiguiahed. 



Total. 



ConatrlM whenoe arrlyed. 



United 
States. 



<l2,e»8 
41,020 



108, 71B 



British 

North 

America. 



0,310 

089 

44 



10,323 



Anitral' 



10,600 
187 



10,703 



Cape of 
Good 

Hope and 
^tal. 



6,147 
1,047 



7,194 



All other 
places. 



0,019 
1.450 
1,250 



Total 
1892. 



07,780 

44,673 

1.294 



11,719 143,747 



Total 
1801. 



103,087 

47.197 

1.135 



151,860 



BSYENUB. 

The total leTenne of the United Kingdom for the year ending March 81, 1893, 
amoiinted to $451,976,885 and tiie expenditare to $451,876|825, thus leaymg an excess 
of reTenne of $100,060. 

The reyenne from coBtomB amounted to $88,000,000; excise $126,500,000; a decrease 
of $8,000,000. 

The national debt services account for $126,000,000; the civil service list absorbs 
fS6,540,000; army $87,710,000; navy $71,510,000, and expenses of collection $62,000,000. 

Bevenne and eatpendUure of the United Kingdom, 1892. 



Beyenne. 



CaatoDa 

Exciie , 

SUnipa 

Laadtax 

Eoiuedaty 

Property and income tax 

Po8tH»fBce 

Tttfegraph aeryioe 

Croiniuiida 

hitereston advancea 

Pee and patent stamps 

Beoapts oy oiyil departments, etc 

Total ..— 



$98,575,000 

126,800,000 

09, 025, 000 

5,200,000 

7,050,000 

67,850,000 

52,000,000 

12,400,000 

2,150,000 

1,101,080 

4,162,840 

6, 162, 065 



451,976,886 



Expendltare. 



National debtseryioes 

CiyilUst 

Army 

Kayy 

Annuity under " Indian Army Pen- 

aion Deficiency Act, 1885" 

Kayal defense fund 

Charges for collection of reyenoe. 

Total expenditore 

Exoeas of reyenoe 



$126,000,000 
06,540,590 
87,710,000 
71,510,000 

750,000 

7,142,866 

62,223,880 



451, 876. 825 
100,060 



451,976.866 



I[€i reoeipiifrom oustomt, excise, and atampefor year ending March SI, 1893, 



Articles. 



ODBTOMS, 

Tea 

Coffee 

Sidrits, foreign and colonial 

Tobacco and snuff. 

Conants, raisins, and dried fhiitu 

Other imported articles 

XiMeUaneons artiolea 

Total 

Total preylona year 

BXCIBB. 

BpWte 

Beer 

Uwnees.. .....-•• 

Jtfways 

GtfliM»mixtare labels, and chicory 

Olhirreceipu 

Total 

Ttotalprayioosyear 



Amount. 



$16,996,875 

869,290 

20,457,620 

6, 342. 455 

60,622,175 

1,727,320 

928,930 

156,790 



98,096,455 
99,141,545 



76.420.335 

47,229.465 

1, 171, 400 

1,551,625 

21,905 

20,940 



126,415,670 
128,587,126 



140 



COHHEBCIAL BELATIONB. 



Net reoHpU from cuaiamt, exei$€, amd f tomjM for ffstur ending March SI, 1893 — Cont'd, 



ArtlelM. 



STAMPS. 

Deeds 

Probate daty 

Estate duty 

Lenoies and snooessions 

Li& insnranoes 

Marine Insuraaoes 

Bills of exchange, etc 

Eeceipts and dxafts 

Other receipts 

Total 

Total previous year 



Amonnta 



14,861,935 

ll,ft90,150 

6,273,310 

28,480,485 

268,100 

672.786 

8,037,070 

6,741,080 

2,207,100 



68,041,815 
68,650,920 



NATIONAL DBBT. 

The net amount of the national deht of the United Kingdom on March 81, 1893, 
the end of the fiscal year, stood at $3,342,163,860, a decrease of $34,500,000 as com- 
pared with the previons year. 

The cost of management and interest was $02,617,940 and the repayment on capital 
amounted to $31,981,570. 

The conversion of $65,000,000 exchequer honds into a hook deht inl892-'93 acconnts 
for the increase in the ftinded deht and is thp principal cause of the large decrease 
in the unfunded deht. 

KaUonal debt of the United Kingdom, 



Nominal amount of Axnded debt 

Bstimated capital Talne of terminable annuities 

Unfunded debt 

Other capital liabiUties 

Aggregate gross liabilities 

Deduct snncuy assets 

Aggregate net liabilitiaa 



Fiscal year ending Mar. 81— 



1892. 



$2,880,723,326 

322, 100, 660 

176,564,970 

14,810.080 



8,402,708.836 
26,047,140 



8, 376, 661, 005 



1883. 



$2,047,685,419 

808,807,450 

103,741,850 

18,023,610 



8,868,237.820 
26,078,060 



8,842,163,880 



London, England. 



Patrick A. Collins, 

Coneul- General, 



Value of declared exporte for the United 8tate»for the year ending December SI, X89$^ 



Articles. 



Animals 

Bags and bagging 

Books 

Bricks and tiles 

Buttons 

Card clothing 

Carpets 

Oem^nt 

Coal and ooke 

Cocoa and chocolate 

Colors, paints, and Tamlahes 

Cotton 

Cotton mannfactnrea 

Cycles 

Imigs and chemicals.... .^... 
Blastic 



Belfast. 



$809,707.84 



Birmingham. 



$8,270.48 



117,248.17 
70, 106. 88 



66,057.96 



21,185.87 

871,815.19 

224,297.05 

5,82L81 



Bradford. 



$81,807.42 
125,210.82 



86,506.87 
728,186.11 



8,888.80 



BristoL 



$64,50480 



17,831.44 
6.000.00 



168.40 



82,859.67 
18,827.82 



106,177.80 
8,454.12 



CardUE. 



$1,312.00 

67.04 

1,876.08 



166,680.88 



168.00 



EUBOPB — ^UNITED KINODOIL 



141 



Vaime of d$eiared exporU f&r tke United 8taU$, 0to.— Continned. 



TnSta. nnta, md TQgetablat. . . 

TDDiTB earth 

fnndtim. 

Qkmt ehfauL and earthen wue. 

Ohie and geuUn 

6nue 

Bail: Cow.celteto :.... 

Hirdwmre 

fleam, flax, and tow 

LoKwer ....•••...•••.......... 

Uneaa 

Mfcchlnery 



Iron and steel and mann- 

fiustnrea 

Other 



QOa 

Qrea, Iron, etc 

F^ier and paper hangings. 

FsfMr stock 

I pioklee, etc 



Belftet. 



Bixmhkgham. 



$47,878.90 



467,429.01 



8, 918, 69a ei 
20,57L99 



Kope .... 
fiaodlery 



Saosage oasingB. 
Seeds, plants, etc 

SheDs 

BSUu 



Skins, ftirs, etc 

SlstionerT 

Btoir goods 

Stone, marble, granite, etc 

Thread 

Tin 



Tin platea 

Unicns 

Wines and spirits 

Ifool and oamel and goat hair. 
Woolen and worsted goods — 



▲U 



TotBll8»2 
Total 1891 



Increaae. 



80,863.31 
'i2,*4i8.'24 



2,019.69 
86,682.06 



169,639.61 



364,764.68 
19,062.97 



167.430.98 



9, 136, 127. 66 
8,216,068.46 



920,069.19 



$281,326.60 
24,646.29 



1,077,683.42 



464,606.01 
60,207.21 



87,178.97 



61,624.03 



260,820.64 
144^276.63 



4,846.06 



843,726.64 



4,310,167.79 
4,101,691.91 



208,466.88 



Bradford. 



$386.80 



6,749.96 

29,420.26 

3,616.96 



31,722.74 
'282,'886.'64' 



184,087.89 
8,788.81 



61, 687. 16 
8,137.09 
8,297.88 



186,863.86 



4,963,200.03 



788.13 

799.800.80 

6,616,036.69 

499.667.01 

68.667.64 



18,693.008.80 
11,644,612.07 



1,048,476.78 



BiistoL 



$7,280.61 
7,911.40 



12,943.22 



7,428.64 



U, 829. 66 



821.12 



8,626.68 
2,962.10 



667.08 
8,693.96 



90,800.60 



184.08 



19,189.64 
'i3,'90i.'4i 



US, 900. 68 

7,869.59 

81,028.68 



489,946.23 
664,380.04 



64,413.81 



Caxdifr. 



$108.86 



838.10 



10, 469. U 



7,777.84 

8,960.69 

806.00 



48.279.64 
2,223,290.87 



1,002.79 



2,450,895.41 
12,874,209.86 



9,923,874.46 



Valve of deohured exporie for the United Statee, eto.— ^Contittued. 



Artiolee. 



Animals ...................... 

Bags and bacging 

Sesr.ale, and stoat 

Books 

Burlaps 

Carpets 

Cliina clay 

Cotton manofactnres 

Cycles 

Drags and chemicals 

Feathers 

Hah 

Floor doth 

Flmits, nuts, and regetablee . . . 

FBmitnre 

Glass, china, and earthenware. 

Gloves, hoeieiy, eto 

ffloesad gelatin 

Hemp, iiiiz, and tow 

Jnte 

Leather 

TJiytifi f 

Ifaehinerr 

Hetals..:. 

Ores,inn)Leto 

Paper and paper hangings 



Cork. 



$1,216.62 



601.01 



4.007.02 
26.695.52 
89,386.84 



1,940.61 
126.68 



Dublin. 



$1,606.96 

818. 10 

717,217.67 

8.081.20 



656.98 
'6i,'8d3.d6 



4,096.64 
16, 792. 76 



Dundee. 



$6,822.40 
88,359.26 



6,686.248.06 
66,890.44 



1,675.27 



43,995.48 



47,468.94 



13,968.77 



10,463.60 

46,496.30 

26,196.16 

82,867.76 

3,147,114.07 

19,91L20 

4,069.60 

8,477.00 

63, 279. 76 



Dnnferm* 
Une. 



$101,906.61 



76,889.07 



1,997,973.48 



Talmonth. 



$169,461.01 



86,301.71 
"i,'2i6'e2 



1,167.96 



142 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value ofdeolared eacparUfar the United 8t4U$$, ete. — Conttnaed. 



Articles. 


Cork. 


Dublin. 


Dundee. 


Dnizfenn* 
line. 


Falmonth. 


PaperBtook --. 




$8,646.32 


$170,174.02 
17.831.76 






Preserves. Dickies, etc 








Provisions, cheese, bacon, etc. . 




22,282.21 
754.00 






SSiddlery 


$184.02 
1,961.67 
1,237.46 
2,;}d4.53 








Seeds, pisnts, etc 


1,180.04 

15,230.54 

868,040.66 

152.60 

0, Oil. 85 

123,457.06 

31,733.61 






Skins. Inm, etc ^,,.,-,-,.--^^,,,- 


64.385.00 
460.12 






Stone, marble, granite, etc 

Wflariniy anparel r-^^ 




$121.66 




Wines and Boirits 


11,883.02 


50,137.48 






Wool and camel and goat hair. 
Woolen and worsted foods r . . . 








80,780.60 






Works of art 


486.65 




7.970.76 


Yam 




184,300.02 
54,404.70 




All other articles ............. 


07.83 


27, 280. 10 


$6,067.06 


48.68 






Total 1802 


145,573.44 
86,142.57 


1.014,715.21 
067.203.01 


0,311,418.54 
0,030,102.40 


2,182,825.22 
1,874,232.48 


216.297.88 
147.228.47 


Total 1801 




Tncreane ................ 


60,430.87 


47,511.80 




808.502.78 


68,068.91 


Decrease ".,... 


618,778.05 













Value of declared exparU for the United Statee, ete. — Con tinned. 



Articles. 



Animals 

Bogs and bacging . 
Beer, ale, and stout . 

Books • 

Bricks and tiles . . . . 

Carddothing 

Carpets 

Chalk 

Coal and coke. 



Colors, paints, and yamishes 

Confectionery 

Cotton 

Cotton mannfaotnres 

Cydes 

Drugs and chemicals 

Fish 

Frnitfl, nats, and vegetables. 

Fuller's earth 

Furniture 



Glass, china, and earthenware. 

Glue and gelatin 

Grease 

Gums ' 

Hair: Cow. calf, etc 

Hardware 

Hats 

Hemp, flax, and tow 

Jute 

Laces ..« 

Leather 

Linens 



Glasgow. 



$61,460.00 



7,665.87 
46,766.57 
44, 020. 67 



140,250.11 



121.454.88 
5,210.01 



150, 025. 10 
1,802,067.42 



387,024.65 
152,204.78 



Maohlnexy 

Metals: Iron and steel and 



manufactures 



OIU 

Paper and paper hangings . . . . 

Paper stock 

Pitch and tar ^ 

Preserves, pickles, etc 

Provisions, cheese, baoon, etc. . 

Bone 

Buober: Clothing and mann* 

faotores 

Saddlery 

Sdentino and optical instru- 
ments 

Seeds, plants, etc 

Silks 

Skins, furs, etc 

Stationer 
Stufl'g 



lery . 
ooos. 



9,976.65 
'9,'i83.'88 



28,824.49 
881,043.64 



557,032.84 



77,428.28 
118,006.08 

889, 266. 29 



13.565.76 
100,704.70 



58, 840. 01 



83,478.10 
107, 250. 80 
120, 678. 04 



:: 



Huddersfleld. 



$14, 962. 70 
27, 577. 33 



152,943.66 
'ii5,'i0L95 



12,575.58 



180.60 

1,012.85 

70. 500. 70 



454.82 



810.83 



813.84 
82, 373. 84 
17,053.02 

6,102.24 



16,200.68 



25,161.35 



643.32 
10, 743. 10 



HulL 



9104.89 

"mil 



806.01 

4, 339. 23 

51,021.67 



14,310.35 

035.08 

27,634.81 



100,864.61 
'"i2,6i6.*60 



6,506.75 
"i,* 471.' 49 

25,800.01 

2, 918. 43 

2U2.04 

23, 809. 18 
2, 030. 85 



11,508.25 



153.90 



122.22 
'i,'d24'45 



Leeds. 



$127, 476. 25 



15,872.23 



63,271.40 



10,810.21 



254.76 
26,'4i7.'40 



23,329.64 
4,190.88 



272,854.96 
466.'» 



5, 526. 00 

3,128.35 

103.634.13 

2,506.44 



Lelth. 



$12L66 



30.916.50 

72,819.08 

1,034.82 



338.35 



1,320.52 
23, 386. 85 
18,395.76 



1,430.30 

1.890.90 

166,309.22 



741.05 



66&17 
1,609.96 

8,669.40 

704.52 

10,881.50 

11,216.21 



280.34 
4,084.86 



176.47 



893.11 
3,910.61 



298.69 



EDBOPE — UNITED KINGDOM. 



143 



Value qf declared eacportefor the United States, etc. — Continaed. 



Articles. 


Glasgow. 


Haddersfleld. 


Hull. 


Leeds. 


Leith. 


Stmie, marble, granite, ete 


$19,141.37 
78.330.74 

890,116.86 
90.978.17 


$506.69 


$14,805.06 




$1,758.80 


Soar 




Thread 






$542.57 




rnJooB........ .•..........•.•• 








WeAiing apparel. ............. 








132 7ft 


WiQiw and spirite- .^.r-^ -rr 


44, 725. 85 








31, 049. 10 
38 053 17 


Woods 








Wool and camel and goB,t hair. 
Woolen and worsted goods. . . . 
Works of art 


605, 801. 37 
71, 800. 86 


70. 693. 12 

2,791,513.17 

767. 74 

2, 657. 35 

8. 718. 71 


44,409.37 


199, 180. 16 
026,814.87 


142, 143. 73 
183 116 64 




3,477.36 


Tun 






3,074.02 
6,346.87 


AH other articles ^r...... 


253, 323. 85 


28.880.86 


86, 852. 51 




Total 1892 


5,940,108.61 
5,785,074.82 


8.380,347.64 
3,076,831.11 


377. 149. 16 
289, 122. 66 


1,483,600.42 791,781.56 
1,675,729.24 775,323.80 


Total 1891 




Increaae 


155,123.79 


803,616.53 


88,026.50 




A 16. 458. 26 




192,038.82 















Value of declared exporte for the United Statee, etc, — Continned. 



Articles. 



Awlmals 

AstixDonv ............... 

Aztiildaf flowers 

Bigs and baeging 

Beo*, ale, and stout 

Blackiog 

Books 

Bricks and tfles 

Bristles 

Bnuhes, tooth and hair. . 

Btiriaps 

Buttons 

Cinl clothing 

Cwpets 

Cement 

Chalk 

China clay 

Clocks and watches 

Coal and coke 

Cocoa and chocolate 

Coffee 

Colors, paints, and var- 
aishes 

Onifeetionery 

Cotton. .......••••>•.••• • 

Cotton manafactnres . . . . 

Cutlery 

Cycles 

Drags and ohemicala . . . . 

Bastio 

Emeiy 

Teathers 

Hah 

Floor elotii 

Fmita, nuts, snd vege- 
tables 

FnUer'searth 

Tsimture 

Glass, oUna, and earthen- 



Liyerpool. 



$222,788.38 



111,447.70 
97,957.77 



14, 676. 21 
29,314.82 



49,601.83 
'*49*678'79 
'230,' 448.' 22 



46,172.23 
'829,'e00.'68 



Gloves, hosiery, etc 
Glue and gelatin... 

Gnsse 

Gums 

Hair. cow, calf, etc. 

Hardware 

Hats. 



Hemp, flax, and tow 

ladigo 

Ivory 

Juto. 

laces 

Leather 

Lhieos ............. 



8,701.40&48 



117, 24a 00 
116,882.35 

297,612.96 

"i5,'222.'39 

265,962.52 



London. 



$499, 

215, 

121, 

173, 

759, 

32. 

1,913, 

87, 

227, 

88, 

44, 

8. 



649. 
122. 
829. 
761. 
921. 
909. 
210. 
265. 
098. 
538. 
921. 
689. 



10 
45 
20 
92 
07 
14 
20 
14 
52 
14 
U5 
38 



Manchester. 



162, 

1^284, 

60, 

6. 

46, 

16. 

323, 

499, 



733. 
823. 
530. 
408. 
097. 
625. 
787. 
037. 



02 
15 
60 
05 
40 
33 
63 
91 



468,525.58 
23,162.66 



176, 043. 14 
"m,'658.'26 



495,826.02 



194,829.98 

16,932.36 

77,820.67 

2,026,906.13 

281.01 

23,206.33 

637,567.38 

68,760.14 

114,607.34 

065, 832. 10 

73,337.84 

167, 450. 55 

127, 580. 86 
492,610.88 
111,625.45 

35, 420. 68 
375,300.53 
173.129.77| 

27, 296. 27l 

128, 231. 17i 

2, 145. 443. 98 

489.796.27 

218, 782. 68 

32, 688. 50 

15,158.46 
701. 737. 57i 
110,042.12, 



$7,254.94 
112, 006. 15 
148, 669. 58 



Kewoastie. 



$137,102.62 



6.675.62 
15, 076. 57 



9, 337. 94 
38, 532. 33 



66, 134. 36 



14,666.20 



12,022.95 

4,726,333.29 131,464.00 



627.338.46 322,906.94 
120,116.88 



627.05 



271,409.41 



52,025.75 



64,402.51 



457, 091. 03 

100. 819. 89 

1,217,817.03 



8, 205. 23 



578.60 



17, 057. 09 
9,426.41 



Notting- 
ham. 



$963.18 



124,482.36 



153,940.08 



78,454.81 

2,814.27 

228,041.28 



83, 643. 40 
725, 329. 78 



Plymouth. 



$15,966.90 



692.37 
'£,'232.60 



242,915.44 



89, 128. 00 



2.107.34 



410. 92 



4, 081, 822. 28 

54, 342. 69 

261, 08U. 96 



144 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of declared expwrtefor the United Statee, etc, — Continned. 



ArtiolM. 



Linseed 

Machinezy 

Mfttohes 

ICetAla: 

IroD and steel manu* 
faotnres 

Other 

Hustaid 

OflB. 



Ores, iron, etc 

Paper and paper Iksngln ^ 

Paper stook 

Ferfamery 

Pitch and tar 

Plumbago 

Precious stones 

Preserves, pidkels, etc . . . 
Provisions, cheese, bacon, 

•to 

Quicksilver , 

Eice 

Kope 

Snbber: 

Raw 

Clothing and manu 

factiires < 

Saddlery 

Salt 



Liverpool. 



$ll.e28.lr9 



1,140,082.82 
104,016.70 



07,800.87 
'453,'03i'62 



Sansase casings 

Scientific and optical in- 
struments 

Seeds, plants, etc 

Shelllac 

Shells 

Silks 

Soaps 

Skins, furs, etc 

Spices 

Sponges 

Stationery 

Sticks and CMies 

Straw plait and braids. . . 

Straw manufactures 

Stone, marble, granite, etc 

Sugar 

Tea 

Thread 

Tin 

Tin plates 

Tobacco and cigarettes . . 

Unions 

Wearing apparel 

Wines and spirits 

Woods 

Wool and camel and goat 
hair 

Woolen and worsted 
ffoods.. 

Works of 

Tarn 

All other articles . . 



BTt 



Total, 1802. 
Total, 1801. 



Increase. 
Decrease 



4,684.25 



250.260.04 
257.02 

2,101,560.17 



17,718.08 

547,520.34 

8,010.84 



01, 881. 08 



1,052,843.55 
22,804.12 



7,460.33 

501,430.20 

45,270.60 



22,060.11 

8,718.424.03 

768.00 



10,700.57 
125.420.10 

1,037,757.80 

18,205.27 



233, 673. 10 



20, 756, 350. 84 
36,262,204.83 



6,505,853.00 



London. Hanoihester. 



$82,080.10 
70,565.1513,048,651.48 
84,220.80 



788.24] 
024.81 
158.02 
305.76 
382.12 
748.80 
336.30 
807.11 
484.73 
150.30 
415.62 
716.86 



130, 
882, 
228, 
106, 
12. 
186, 
482. 

01, 
160, 

10, 

8,216, 

468, 



180.750.00! 

82,087.36 

110,018.80 

8,075.63 

088,084.86 

71,275.12 

81,472.48 

6.023.08 

121,466.68 



106. 
285. 
274, 
864. 
654, 
258. 
6.172. 
578, 

81, 
147, 

81, 
701. 

05. 

44, 

28, 
Wl. 

8,810. 
Ill, 
120, 
48, 
202, 
301, 
827. 



204. 
622. 
040. 
000. 
681. 
524. 
344. 
112. 
600. 
517. 
820. 
573. 
335. 
008. 
486. 
103. 
180. 
210. 
876. 
588. 
781. 
041. 
050. 
040. 



00 
30 
70 
58 

01 
67 
50 
40 
00 
52 
53 
76 
21 
67 
27 
06 
06 
S3 
58 
80 
62 
08 
08 
78 



6.028,408.15 

2.024,018.60 

382, 164. 07 

6. 332. 42 

3.501.387.65 



40,804,891.52 
51,297,416.52 



1,402,525.00 



221,687.14 



156.010.01 
810,619.27 



20,627.70 



181,614.75 



45,530.14 



Newcastle. 



$4,817,78 



156.270.20 
88a 72 



205.51 



Xottfatg- 
ham. 



$253,74L87 



14,648.66 



Plymouth. 



296.87 



0,436.36 



1,800.00 



640.35 



15.056.21 



171,706.07 



50,248.26 



1,600.07 



40,836.55 



28,80L57 
888,090.80 



842,037.22 
305,620.36 



12,001,007.88 



2,020.00 



16,062.00 



1,214,870.54 



11, 821, 651. 82 1, 624. 027. 40 



1,170,346.06 



410.047.86 



1,047.62 



182.068.80 



766,670.42 



2,742.64 



12,374.22 



78,588.56 



52,782.43 



7,115,288.04 
5,406,382.68 



$5,760.05 



40,806.21 



8.207.20 



7,810.68 



85L77 

1,811.43 
103.65 



352.82 



410.428.86 
208.515.47 



1,708,006.26 111,813.80 



EUBOPE — ^UNITED KINGDOM. 



145 



Value ofdeolared exportifar the United Statee, etc. — Continned. 



ArddM. 



latimoBT 

AiUHaai fiawm 

Bipand IwgKinff 

Beer, ale and itoal 

fikcking 

Books • 

Brick* ud tllM 

BristlM 

Bnaehao, tooth and hair, 

Bnriapa 

BaUooa 

Cird dothlng 

Carpeta 

Canent • 

Chalk 

CSiinaelay 

Clocks and watcbea 

Coal and coke 

Cocoaand chocolate 

Coffee 

Colon, palnte, and rax- 

aiahee 

CpufectioDery 

Cotton 

Cotton maiinfafftoTea.... 

Cntlery 

Cycle* 

Innga and ohemicala . . 
Etaetic 



Sheffield. 



1883.80 



Soath- 
ampton. 



$102 20 



Featbera 

Ksh 

Floareloth 

Fraita, nnta, and vege- 

Ublee 

Foller'B evrth 

FumitoTe 

Glaaa,china,and earthen- 

varo 

GloTta, boaiery, etc 

Gloe and gelatine 

Greaae 

Gnma 

Hair, cow, calf, etc 

Hardware 

Hatu 

Hem|), flax, and tow 

Indigo 

iTocy 

Jnte 



Leather 

Uaepa 

Lin«eed 

Haehmerr 

Matchea.r. 

Melala: 

Iron andeteolmann- 
factnrea 

Other 

Hiutard 

oa» 

Orea, iron, etc 

Faper and paperhanginga 

Paper stock 

Perfamenr — •• 

Pitch and tar 

Phifflbago 

Pnciona atonea 

Pnaerres, picklea, etc. . 
PnTisiona, cheese, ba- 

eoa, etc 

Q^kttlrer 



Sope 
Sabbi 



Jaober, raw 

«ibber— elotUiig 

Bsanikctoxea... 

aydkry 



621.151.27 



14,76L63 



79,2a5u23 



8,330.40 
102,084.52 



24,837.24 



2,153.40 



Pwanaea, 



78.73 



1,437.74 



781.05 



08.67 



188.90 



1,388,080.201 
3,864.07 



1, 027. 50 



12,07L80 



170,00&18 



77, 778. 47 



1,145.84 



181,651.00 
33,163.36 



Tonatall. 



1545.02 



606.65 



806.37 
48,884.61 



18,842.56 



616.36 



8,832.007.60 



8,881.11 



4,832.62 
2,074.64 



5,460.80 
8.145.24 



Total, 1808. 



•872, 

352, 

121, 

375, 

1,617, 

32. 

2.076, 

452, 

227, 

80, 

6.781, 

86. 

821, 

681, 

1,378. 

61, 

466, 

771, 
856. 
400. 

784, 

30. 

1,078, 

8,411, 

637. 

1,031, 

12,711. 

357, 

23. 

625, 

481, 

806, 



017.01 
225.07 
820.20 
803.05 
107.16 
000.14 
138.20 
04L03 
008.52 
770.64 
160.11 
041.20 
800.90 
851.30 
205.71 
336.70 
018.28 
007.40 
681.06 
147.20 
037.01 

831.84 
034.88 
251.10 
336.50 
083.63 
5U5.91 
463.75 
613.60 
206.33 
905.96 
143.48 
778. 76 



1.005,652.28 
104, 134. 98 
185,954.27 



4,667, 

1,501, 

423. 

289, 

384, 

885. 

1,310, 

211, 

8,538. 

489, 

218. 

58. 

5,112, 

1,018, 

12,799, 

22. 

2,867. 

24, 



4,645. 
607, 
228. 
207, 
177, 
435, 

2,079. 

91, 

180, 

19, 

8,215, 
526, 



427.88 
711.84 
141.28 
746.18 
433.91 
651.61 
614.68 
458.17 
254. 54 
796.27 
782.68 
804.48 
004.11 
608.67 
834.99 
080.19 
068.52 
220.80 



504.79 
244.33 
158.02 
082. 70 
716. 70 
577. 64i 
131. 76 
807.11 
346.64 
156. 39 
415.62 
538.51 



Total, 1881. 



210, 560. 42 
82, 987. 86 

860,263.84 

58,713.82 

2.764, 640. 53 

101,070.38 
364.054.01 



•828, 

826, 

139, 

251, 

1,434, 

24 

2,270', 

367, 

196, 

M. 

6,592, 

27. 

191, 

711, 

1,886, 

67. 

846. 

53, 

1.163. 

565, 

281. 

761, 
•2, 

952, 
7,953. 

568, 

766, 
12,839, 

277, 
28, 

420, 

387. 

305, 



213.12 
187.74 
615. 58 
777.06 
460. .'U 
045.70 
276. 14 
016.90 
396.40 
448.97 
920.05 
914. 43 
119.56 
176.88 
081.41 
869.14 
749.24 
615.35 
691.74 
842.10 
724.71 

966.84 
704.77 
815.10 
838.88 
855.59 
323.09 
619.46 
011.04 
562.15 
6 J 8. 88 
977.09 
201.26 



1,485.133.81 

67, U02. 20 

143,626.85 



5,000, 

1,277, 

374, 

297. 

243, 

214. 

785, 

209, 

4,742, 

67, 

171. 

70, 

8,225, 

882, 

10, 387. 

93, 

8,8il. 

16, 



6. 117, 
672, 
176, 
291, 
372, 
373, 

1,708. 

86. 

320. 

64, 

4,909. 
615, 



606.13 
217.89 
537.06 
378.66 
700.31 
301.06 
889.42 
711. 74 
528.26 
785.97 
390.06 
513. 16 
556.52 
085 67 
956.25 
718.81 
557.76 
958.83 



903.97 
137. 79 
642.92 
657.09 
622.53 
726. 19 
088.12 
890.09 
142.01 
792. 76 
791.22 
102.80 



128,641.32 

388, 323. 91 

486,669.46 

89,262.06 

8,164,854.82 

111,806.45 
265.584.88 



13367 Os- 



lo 



146 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of declared exports fifr the United States, etc. — Continued. 



ArtidM. 



Salt 

Sausage casing 

Scientiflc and optical in- 

fttraments 

Seeds, plants, etc 

Shellac 

Shells 

SUks 

Soaps 

Skius, furs, etc..... 

Spices 

Sponges 

Stationery 

Sticks and oanes 

Straw plait and braids. . . 

Straw mnnnfactures 

Stuff goods 

Stone, marble, granite, 

etc 

Sugar 

Tea 

Thread 

Tin 



Tinplates 

Tobacco and cigarettes . . 

TTnions 

Wearing apparel 

VSTines and spirita 

Woods 

Wool and camel and goat 

hair 

Woolen and worsted 

goods 

Works of art 

Yarn 

JhU other articles 



Total 1892 
Total 1891 



Increase. 
Decrease 



Sheffield. 



$308.47 



25, 043. 60 
778. 61 



86,617.81 



761.06 



1,312.66 



381.23 
52,661.54 



South- 
ampion. 



$116. 19 



47,252.00 



204.12 



1,551.32 



Swansea. 



$39,546.22 



6,406.67 



4,078.49 
7,421,705.62 



14,994.10 



2, 409, 793. 32 
2, 314, 339. 65 



Tnnstall. 



$823.71 



6,843.22 



Total. 1892. 



$556,343.02 
125, 564. 70 



108. 
444, 
274, 
•41, 

1.191, 

258, 

0.603, 

595, 

81, 

834, 

81. 

701, 

05. 

4,088, 



943.29 
082.64 
040.79 
477.16 
478.39 
524.67 
229.67 
916. 61 
609.96 
268.61 
829. 58 
573.76 
335.21 
043.13 



521,509. 
608,256. 
636,473. 
562, 178. 
8,888,618. 
18,400,421. 
121,357. 
635, 351. 
214.904. 
602,233. 
492,023. 



60 

30 
62 
97 
47 
74 
70 
02 
00 
45 
11 



8,681,803.88 

11,887,490.77 

405, 361. 35 

1, 545, 307. 63 

6,370.123.77 



Toil 



$6! 
IS 

1< 
6E 
Zi 
8£ 

l.K 

21 

6,0] 

t 

41 

6C 

4 

*,« 

4C 
» 

1.H 
6t 

1,0J 
20,6; 
1( 
6S 
1^ 
4S 

a 

7,6S 

0,2! 

2( 

2,41 

11, 2S 



52, 081. 52 7, 081, 301. 81 8, 017, 454. 03 170, 577, 2n. 30 174, « 
68,904.331 |3,962.691.96|174,554.108.05 



95,453.67 



16.822.81 



7.981,391.81 



45,237.93 



15.192,751.87 
19,160,588.62 



S,0^ 



Declared exports for the United States in 189S, 



Articles. 



ABBRDESN. 



Animals, breeding .... 

Butt<5r 

Cumbs 

Fish, preserved 

Grail ite, poUshed 

Hide.^ 

Herrings 

Household efff^cts 

Haruess, cooipo.sition. 

Iron »und 

Linriis 

Miiiuuws, phnntom ... 

Paper 

Photographic goods... 

Poiatoes 

Provisions, preserved. 

Seeds 

Whisky 

Woolen goods 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Increase 



Quarter ending- 



Dec. 31. 1802. 



$3,404.80 



11, 105. 54 

200.68 

97, 599. 50 

6, 794. 62 

7,647.50 

4S0.00 

518.40 

1, 151. 40 

13, 847. 64 



16, 539. 26 
495. 52 



115.52 
1,0C.3.:?8 
6, 825. 88 



1G6, 797. 04 
127, 063. 04 



39. 734. 60 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$4, 47L 34 



103, 962. 24 

348.00 

3, 398. 12 



254.04 

1, 003. 20 

10, 065. 00 

115. 36 
11, 085. 72 

348.96 



200. 40 



987. 78 
3, 720. 54 



139, 960. TO 
123. 718. 06 



16, 242. 64 



June 30, 1893. 



$720.00 

6, 342. 68 

91.60 

119,421.48 

696.00 

678.00 



414.72 
2. 280. 00 
4, 778. 16 



9,254.56 

205.23 

1,588.64 



996.12 
6, 790. 16 



153, 257. 40 
132, 719. 06 



20. 538. 34 



Sept. 30, 1893, 



$1,770.64 
167*855.36 



13,157.48 



1,413.60 
5,651.60 



13,090.76 



14, 153. 54 



157, 092. 92 
156, 134. 86 



958.06 ' 

, !. 



4S 

! 

i 



61 
5: 



EUBOPB — ^UNITED KINGDOM. 



147 



IM4red eicparUfor tS9S — ContlnQed. 



Aaimals ... 
C«Uaa»... 

Pdt 

Flax 

GiB^erale. 

LivenA 

ICarhinery 
Poutoes .. 

fiope 

Seeds 

Stetkmeiy 

Thread 

rnioiia.... 
Whiaky... 
Sondiies.. 



ToUl 

Total for precedinK yeir 



BOumieBAic ASD AQmcntB. 



AbtAs 

Bedaieads 

BattoDS 

Breeding animala 

rhain 

Cbonicals 

Cotton <;o««ds 

CyclM and cycle materiBls. 

Earthen waref 

Fsncv goods and Jewelry... 

Glaaa 

Guns and gun materiala ... 

Glae 

Hardware 

Ho« 

MetaJ for sheathing 

Peoa and tipo 

Phosphorus 

Saddlery 

SbelU.. 



Qnarter ending— 



D«o.81,1882. 



$219,487.04 

3.575.13 

160,8(10.28 

9,356.46 

1,713,365.97 



47.873.96 

1,760.32 

4,134.94 

14.362.75 

42,786.41 

84,632.05 

7,802.48 

10,086.81 



2,320,004.60 
1,961,7:J7.80 



858,356.80 



Skiaa , 

Hi*\ and iron 
Wttia ; 

Sosdries 



Total for Bixminghaiir. 
Agencie§. 



B«dditch 
Siddenninater. . 
Wolverhampton 



Total for Birmingham and 

afrrncics 

Total preceding year 



Increase. 
Decrease 



BBADFORD. 

Animals 

Alpaca 

Card clothing 

Carpets and mgs 

Cb«niicals 

Cott/in 

Cottoii jzoods 

Coir and calf hair 

Dyesiuffs 

Or«ase.etc 

Haircloths 

Herhd, roots, etc 

In>n. steel, etc 

I«ither 

Machinery 



25, 871. 65 
78, 781. 72 
22,122.98 

6,138.23 

4.014.51 
88,023.10 

5, 136. 35 
114. 107. 56 
23.170.48 
74, 338. 28 
26,685.45 
20, 001. 1»3 

5, 570. 44 
59, 463. 76 
709.65 
10, 888. 35 
41.438.59 
11,145.41 
43, 321. 94 
14, 853. 37 

3, 408. 01 
135, 36t). 56 

1,768.37 

6,880.12 



773, 209. 81 



135.812.35 

163, 260. 24 

47,037.13 



Har.31,1893. 



$233,232.55 

3. 044. 19 

183, 391. 75 

23, 870. 71 

1,930,554.80 



90,929.24 

865.90 

9,071.06 

84,966.44 

100,772.68 

3, 804. 18 

2,924.37 



2,624,327.87 
2,199,030.72 



425, 297. 15 



Jana80,1803. 



$72.99 

161.961.62 

6, 645. 18 

209,134.63 

55, 789. 39 

1,439,421.33 

406.92 

25,300.91 

554.30 



7,682.52 

89,401.08 

84, 826. 28 

8,676.89 

2,433.31 



2,035,796.85 
1,963,104.88 



102,e9L97 



17,798.86 

78,485.36 

9,335.45 



4, 132. 22 
40,377.23 

7, 058. 76 
244,483.97 

1, 631. 27 
66,460.28 
28. 813. 02 
15.282.84 

3,612.40 
61, 699. 46 
790.30 
11, 7.^9. 65 
38, 718. 98 
13, 755. 08 
62. 752. 14 

6, 240. 94 

5, 642. U2 
112, 447. 55 

4. 478. 67 
10,887.32 



25.041.84 
69.044.23 

6,950.17 

8,947.79 

3, 025. 12 
89,916.39 

8,005.46 
226, 406. 76 

7,445.41 
76, 890. 45 
26,045.31 
22,215.94 

1,782.48 

68, 205. 10 

361.95 

6, 110. 22 
86, 012. 75 

9, 595. 9» 
77,838.04 



72,257.60 
8,925.62 
8,862.00 



846,623.77 



118, 880. 85 

131. 325. 80 

48,716.61 



1,119,319.53 
953, 352. 91 



165, 966. G2 



1, 145, 447. 03 
1, 078, 604. 57 



66.852.46 



17, 066 02 

21, 9CL'. 52 

15, 580. 05 

G»2. 35 

10. 703. 56 

158, 012. 06 

16, 626. 07 

52L.93 

77.75 

3,141.05 

37.31 

45,938.95 

9, 162. 12 

78,184.55 



31, 370. 83 

82, 795. 77 

478. 35 

1. 174. 26 

340, 486. 14 

13, 149. 24 



5,28:^.10 

9,44:^.18 

H8. 50 

61,508.90 
8, 752. 89 

62,085.32 



788,886.06 



86. 861. 32 

111.500.07 

50, 520. 19 



1. 037, 267. 63 
1, 154, 143. 77 



Sept 80, 1898. 



116. 87R. 14 



5, 213. 25 



24, 617. 10 

20, 539. 50 

1,741.55 



288,413.90 

7, 440. 00 

493.73 

664.83 

6, 869. 60 



$180,810.84 

4,059.96 

72,879.04 

28.770.17 

1,897.008.44 



2,806.46 

16. 282. 26 

25. 105. 97 

88,003.98 

6,201.92 

5,713.04 



1,826,142.07 
2,682,897.46 



856.756.38 



4,435.92 

51,571.35 

2,040.21 

' 6,631.' 87* 
81,532.44 

2. 944. 78 
28, 249. 44 
13,783.21 
46,006.00 
16. 024. 00 
24, 529. 40 

2, 862. 34 
37.519.92 



7, 079. 88 

83,975.80 

3,316.43 

86, 522. 46 

3, 128. 70 

4. 901. 57 

19. 934. 70 

2,1.'>0.99 

4,781.04 



883.021.45 



67, 014. 88 

107,874.79 

86, 318. 72 



594, 229. H 
957. 909. 92 



TotaL 



796, 

17, 

626. 

117, 

6.486, 

164, 
2. 
7, 

46. 
U2, 
857, 

21. 
21, 



$72.90 
002.05 
224.46 
265.70 
786.73 
350.54 
406.92 
104. 11 
314.62 
807.29 
398.59 
259.90 
734. 99 
484.97 
147. 53 



8,806,361.39 
8, 776, 770. 85 



29,590.54 



78,147.77 

277,882.66 
40.457.81 
15,086.02 
16, 803. 72 

149. 840. 16 
23, 145. .15 

613, 247. 73 
46, 030. 37 

263, 195. 01 
97, 567. 78 
82,030.11 
13, 827. 66 

216,888.24 

1, 861. 90 

34, 818. 10 

150, 146. 12 
37, 812. 84 

220, 434. 58 
24, 223. 01 
14,0.11.60 

340.000.41 
12. 323. 65 
26,410.48 



2.791,241.08 



408. 569. 40 
513, 960. 90 
182, 592. 65 



3, 896, 364. 03 
4. 144, 191. 17 



363,770.08 247,827.14 



11, 839. 88 

28. 191. 76 

84.88 



108, 681. 43 

6, 263. 30 

313. 15 

22.83 

1,873.05 



74,472.98 

7, 603. 05 

60,568.35 



50. 326. 35 

4, 097. 30 

17, 244. 20 



5,213.25 

17, 066. 02 

89. 780. 83 

97. 113.07 

2.947.13 

11. 8T7. 82 

8f>r),.'.aj. 13 

42. 677. 01 
1, 32o. 61 
6.049.51 

20. :Vi6. 88 
75. HI 

232.247.18 

2<.^hl5. :;6 

208, 182. 42 



148 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Declared exporUfor 189S — Continaed. 



Artielea. 



BBADroBi>— oontinned. 



HlsoelUneons 

Mohair goat's hair 

Noila /. 

Oilcake 

Paper 

Rags 

Reeids and healds 

Shawls, etc 

Silk goods 

Silk waste 

Stuff goods 

Tape, braid, etc 

Tapestry, damasks, etc . . 

Wines and spirits 

Wool 

Woolen goods 

Worsted coatings 

Yarns, silk 

Worsted and mohair 
Other 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 

BSIBTOL. 



Bath bricks 

Books 

Blue 

Bulbs and seeds 

Chemicals 

Colors 

Chocolate and cocoa. 

Earth 

Elastic goods 

Glue 

Matting and rope . . . 

Machinery 

Potatoes 

Pickles 

Bed and iron oxide.. 
Serges and woolen . 

Salted roans 

Sausage casings — 

Tin plates 

Wines and spirits. . . 
Miscellaneous 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 



Increase . 
Decrease 



OOBK. 

Calfskins 

Cotton crochet goods. 

Dog 

Drawings 

Feathers 

Flower bulbs 

Furn i ture 

Herrings 

dorse 

Irish terriers 

Limestone 

Limestone cross 

Mackerel 

Magnesia 

Marble 

Potatoes 

Sausage casings 

Side car 

Whisky , 

Wrongnt stone 



Quarter ending— 



Deo. 81. 1892. 



$373. iW 
12,800.88 



8,201.18 
2,004.95 
3, 297. 33 



126.53 

52,256.37 

1, 420. 32 

1,218,658.89 

1,619.85 

2,205.83 



108. 274. 98 

30, 632. 65 

1,552,010.68 

75. 319. 55 

67, 765. 29 

7,772.03 



3,597,714.10 
2,911.408.52 



2,067.13 
1,969.76 



2,783.12 

9,647.18 

536.20 

10, 239. 19 

1.282.97 



4.863.20 
1, 188. 28 
7, 428. 64 
7, 280. 51 



4, 286. 92 
21, 494. 18 
21, 857. 00 



12,119.45 
6,016.26 



116,049.98 
103,218.24 



11,831.74 



Total 

Total for preceding year 

Increase 



476. 51 

176. 65 

24.33 

4^6.65 

7, 830. 33 



126.53 



316. 32 



46,236.42 

2, 539. 42 

413. 65 

1,946.61 



9, 073. 52 



60, 646. 94 
27, 768. 21 

41,878.73 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$519. 98 
22, 742. 17 



506.01 

1,595.40 

2,717.65 

63.17 



61,636,57 

61.07 

1,263,808.64 

435.40 

18.87 

44.77 

295,972.60 

29,172.95 

1,616,924.97 

107,876.45 

60,424.75 

5,243.90 



3,926,216.80 
3,015,158.38 



2,240.49 
4,700.05 



1,066.42 

16,067.07 

162. 80 

11, 113. 26 

2, 100. 33 

1,817.84 

4, 978. 90 

8, 641. 33 



23,962.62 



3, 893. 36 

28, 521. 36 

17,798.36 

610. 21 

2, 246. 43 

4, 037. 03 

6,546.91 



132,514.37 
92,084.07 



40,430.30 



2,033.50 



291.02 

14, 442. 96 

890.04 

737.02 



Jane 80, 1893. 



$712.70 
7,932.82 

127.62 
4,879.30 

428.90 
2, 460. 40 

621. 12 



44,816.60 

445.80 

1,095,112.55 

1, 168. 30 

1,764.80 

128.10 

145. 087. 98 

28, 186. 37 

1,084,407.80 

119, 680. 10 

40, 336. 75 

11,660.10 



3,077,474.35 
2,999.549.13 



1,681.49 



8,358.37 

325.60 

8. 406. f>5 

1,660.83 



2,417.14 
081.03 



12. 606. 40 



3, 353. 17 
18, 240. 03 
28. 048. 65 



776.40 
7,206.49 



Sept 30, 1803. 



$848.80 

16,648.50 

178.40 



540.05 
8,164.23 



37,754.55 

286.98 

701.125.40 

606.60 

9,600.60 



81,778.85 
19, 512. 45 
595, 989. 77 
38, 265. 65 
28,789.70 
12,589.06 



1,774,941.20 
8,980,667.19 



12,3' 

12, » 



1,142.54 
2,073.12 
1. 671. 85 
670.85 
7,606.41 



8,543.85 
1,845.11 
2,915.56 

535.42 
3,278.45 

572. 52 



19, 024. 36 

6,057.92 

32,301.63 



2,667.60 



278.93 
1, 390. 68 



94, 002. 15 
121, 512. 90 



69, 376. 80 
171,299.28 



27,450.75 



807.36 
3,'988.'07' 



1,922.48 



146.00 
486.65 



505.87 



19, 506. 44 
16,097.43 

V| 4t4R9* INI 



12,864.39 

892.25 

9, 147. 00 



195. 57 
'293*53 



28,820.81 
18,897.08 

9,923.83 



4,663.18 
1,859.37 



226.29 



50,089.06 
434.09 



184.93 

1, 647. 58 

710.50 



59. 314. 99 
41, 931. 09 

17,883.90 



1! 
4.^ 



7! 
14 

4.7' 
3^ 

1' 



V 



4: 



i: 



1 
1 



EUROPE — UNITED KINGDOM. 



149 



Declared exports for 189S — Continued* 



Articles. 



Quarter ending- 



Dec 81, 1892. 



DDBUH. 



He. beer, stoat, eto. . . . 

Animals 

Bagpng And bags 

Books 

Carriages 

Cn-itel barley 

Drags 

Fcethers 

fertiliaflTS 

Gin 

Glw 

HoRksrr 

Boa««h<il<l effects 

Le&th«T book bindings 
lOscellaxkeoiis goods . . 

IfMS * 

Oatmesl 

Pereonal effects 

Poplins 

PMtlsnd cement 

KV 

Bosftted msixe 



:e cssings. 



Teleseope 

Waste paper.. 

Whisky 

Wines, etc 

Wosieii goods. 



TWal 

Total for preceding year 



Inerease 



DUND] 

Bigi,Jote 

Baofngjate ... 

Biffbps 

Girpscing,Jute.. 

Oottons 

Dnek ssil, flax .. 
£fieets, personal 

nsK 



Gaogei 
Gdslin 



Geiscine. 

Hcop .......... ....... 

Herrings 

Hose canvas, ilaz 

Jate 

Ltatker, scKsi 

Linfliia 

Hachineiy 

Mattinf 

Oskrai. 

Paddings 

fkperstock 

Pig iron 

PQUtoes 

Pnaerrea, marmalade. 
Tbw 

Woolens 

Tarn 

SoBdriea 



Totsl 

Total for preceding year. 



Increase. 
Decrease 



DDKFEBXU2fB. 



CiDTse .... 

Crtton 

IWdoth 



Mar. 81, 1803. Jane 30, 1803. 



$150,217.84 



647.77 
423.20 



11,883.48 
20,603.46 



6, 035. 89 
102.00 



504.87 



13,017.44 
627.78 



8,545.32 
607.10 



18,660.48 



14,213.30 
6.176.51 



Sept. 80. 1808. 



Total. 



$181, 068. 12 

146.00 

421. 31 

81.08 



8, 009. o8 



7.566.67 
8,806.68 



427.77 



4,740.48 
166.68 
118.80 



8,027.72 
588.85 



6,767.35 
9,538.84 



20,128.82 
0,181.26 



250,756.88 
842,016.17 



271.774.41 
202,183.02 



01,250.29 



8,298.85 
84.640.14 
1,836.131.65 
0, 247. 44 
1,675.27 
2,803.10 



60,69LS9 



8,218.84 

4,217.81 

10,463.60 



729.08 
2,852.68 



20,805.58 
657,885.78 

12,81L71 
8,454.79 
7,662.77 



).773.74 



47,468.04 
8,883.10 
2,440.90 
4, 523. 02 

54,405.00 



63,810.54 
24 005.70 



2,263,880.24 
2,433.418.50 



160,520.26 



1,545.02 

27,851.50 

2, 528. 10 



2,601.06 

0,128.66 

1,542.205.88 

16.319.46 

10,506.20 

2,477.75 

1,065.46 

232.74 

8,864.85 



2,614.78 



2,480.05 

48,414.20 

80.089.81 

653,035.54 

163.54 

52.70 

2,022.83 

45, 136. 05 

53,000.02 

4,341.88 

445,587.00 

4,002.03 

24,106.53 

603.26 

8,876.50 

2,482.42 

45,822.26 

4,069.36 



2,872,908.47 
2,836,935.42 



535,968.05 



3,062.98 

36, 313. 77 

S, 370. 67 



$228,938.69 



468.89 
589.70 



4,189.95 



106.91 

7.128.94 

534.16 



687.15 
23,142.07 



8,281.01 



1.738.23 
3,438.71 
650.89 
1,277.45 
4,027.52 



2,158.21 

4,872.22 

15,851.32 



808,616.62 
217,976.80 



84,688.72 



1,176.28 

17,754.27 

1,483,977.85 

10,865.01 

426.71 

8, 195. 83 

811.46 

9, 629. 54 

4,326.48 



1,666.26 



29,487.75 

485,264.75 

2.929.47 

8,854.99 

2,819.52 

88,905.77 

86,597.44 



174,460.81 

1,834.01 

2,096.90 

1,288.58 

21,927.49 



58,97L90 



2,295,156.56 
1,976,943.88 



$155,891.89 



503.71 
666.42 
605.39 
82.24 
114.85 
8,800.04 



119.83 



705.64 
291.99 



22.784.13 

075.05 

6,405.86 



152.07 
1,855.60 



1,405.88 
8,572.50 
4,223.00 
2,602.07 



205,808.64 
348,708.51 



187,809.87 



2,826.03 

42, 542. 73 

760,821.86 

19,823.69 

1,725.75 

8,829.34 

1, 543. 08 

1,970.65 

8,712.15 



1,995.27 
819.95 



9,897.53 

844,050.88 

513.62 

1,062.84 

480.84 

23,418.71 

25, 632. 10 

8,415.80 



6,666.11 

163.56 

123.89 

86,636.95 



48,920.81 
203.42 



818,212.68 



3, 948. 13 

26, 829. 56 

1,131.22 



1,843,226.04 
2,154,280.88 



$734, 

1. 
1. 
1, 



27, 
20, 

19, 
6. 



46, 
28, 



1. 
15, 

1, 

3, 
23, 

9. 

1. 

6, 
43. 
38, 



616.64 
146.00 
572.79 
659.04 
105.00 
32.24 
114.85 
873. 00 
603.46 
816.24 
731.50 
230.47 
291.99 
637.15 
948.84 
975.96 
443.79 
794.46 
118.80 
738.23 
006.75 
908.91 
133.05 
455.30 
538.34 
485.88 
730.80 
438.83 
301.16 



1,031,046.45 
1,105,974.50 



74,928.05 



9,401.63 

104,074.79 

6,073,137.24 

66,255.60 

28,834.02 

10,896.11 

3,819.99 

15. 051. 77 

16, 120. 29 

10,463.60 

2,614.78 

2,725.25 

7. 217. 83 

48,414.20 

91, 270. 67 

1,891,536.90 

16,408.34 

12,945.32 

12,384.96 

107,461.43 

185,003.20 

7, 757. 63 

667.516.25 

20,885.34 

28,807.98 

6, 538. 75 

116.436.03 

2,482.42 

217, 034. 51 

7,178.48 



8,775,175.31 
8,901,578.18 



811,054.34 



21, 093. 56 
8,242.00 



126, 402. 87 



8. 656. 13 

112, 088. 48 

15.271.99 



150 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



DMared expwUfor 1899 — Continued. 



Articles. 



DUNFEBMUNE— con tinned. 



Linoleum 

Linen 

HiBcellaneouB 



Total 

Total for preceding yesr 

Increase 

Decrease 



FALMOUTH. 

Arsenic 

Chinaday 

Fowls 

Household effecta . . . . 
Pilchards 



Total 

Total for preTioua year. 



Increase. 
Decrease 



ouLsaow. 

Beer 

Books • 

Cotton in bale 

Cotton go<Kl8 

Carpets, carpeting, and rags. . 

Chemicals 

Coals 

Dogs 

Earthenware 

Fire-clay goods 

Fishing gnt 

Flax 

Furs 

Gnm and paints. 



Glass and glassware 



Granite men nments 

Huts and caps 

Hemp and Jute goods 

Herrings 

Hides and skins 

Horses 

Iron: 

Pig 

Scrap 

Lace curtains and nets 

Laces and trimmings. . . .» 

Linen goods 

Machinery and iron ware 

Muslins 

Paper and paper stock 

Paper hangings 

Printed paper 

Ponies 

Potatoes, seeds and fruits 

Provisions and sugar 

Bags (old and new) 

Shawls 

Silk goods 

Steef. 

Steel railt (old) 

Stone and stoneware 

Tapestry and chenille goods . .. 

Tobacco pipes (clay) 

Thread 

Union gooda (cotton and woolen) , 

Whisky :. 

Wines and liquors 

Wire goods 

Wool 

W^oolen goods .................. 

Miscellaneous • 



Totia 

Total for preceding year 



Increase. 
Decrease 



Quarter ending- 



Doe. 31, 1892. 



$28,460.82 

637,716.09 

867.04 



696, 968. 06 

628,518.26 

68,451.81 



7,064.70 
87, 141. 21 



48.66 
608.31 



44, 862. 88 
28,675.84 



16,187.54 



1,474.52 
21,342.40 



526,143.44 
17,466.52 
87,617.06 
80. 503. 26 



895.30 

10, 20L 91 

16.245.60 

117,071.43 

8, 585. 32 

4, 903. 38 

8,007.49 



9, 045. 58 

2, 278. 20 

34,924.60 

28, 9U8. 85 



9,266.23 



72,083.54 

8, 478. 58 

20,225.46 

38,526.48 

123, 596. 05 

16, 062. 94 

1,566.00 

11, 298. 06 

140.00 

81, 193. 96 

44,507.00 

80,677.89 



81,682.16 
89,661.92 



7,841.29 

885.86 

8,227.21 

126,048.40 

40,932.47 

19, 860. 40 

808.68 

223.08 

168,000.14 

8,912.04 

84,147.81 



1,849,899.29 
1,708,604.48 



Msr. 81, 1893. 



$22,694.04 

670,288.22 

166.84 



640,745.62 
531,829.41 
108,916.21 



20.133.27 

60, 135. 10 

262.79 



80,631.16 
80, 012. 90 



518.26 



1, 186. 58 

25,815.77 

23, 847. 56 

444, 165. 90 

46,993.83 

118,463.40 

12,091.90 

105.00 

1,227.04 

7,297.87 

4. 961. 76 

106, 976. 48 

10, 752. 27 

2,044.80 

1,060.60 



82.70 

1,024.50 

15, 211. 23 

16,132.09 



14,669.88 



60.724.46 

839.20 

80,026.60 

26,676.74 

150, 506. 30 

18,310.75 

2,722.06 

7,160.06 



214,137.66 
62,604.61 
20,353.07 
118.42 
28,099.83 
70.140.83 



2,098.10 
2,791.40 
6, 508. 86 
80, 016. 43 
65,024.84 
7,057.02 
1,063.71 



140,096.12 

14,442.87 

100,216.06 



2,002.840.82 
1,U41.702.40 



140,794.86 661,146.92 



June 30, 1893. 



$10,044.46 

420,308.71 

727.63 



468,979.61 

408, 236. 08 

66.748.63 



4,244.06 
56, 285. 76 



00, 620. 82 
40,831.56 



20,106.27 



1,816.80 
81,035.56 
78,386.02 
172,052.21 
13,623.71 
76,964.72 
26,893.79 



829.06 

10,432.14 

2,659.46 

48,753.06 

12,913.60 

4,764.48 

2,601.03 

281.64 

6,030.79 

1,021.01 

6,036.24 

18,051.16 

13,700.00 

12,758.80 
443.10 

26,829.29 
4. 280. 10 

10, 580. 75 
117, 238. 84 

84, 405. 15 

16,863.86 
1,509.11 
1,803.08 



142,099.64 
62,486.98 
11,161.01 
1,482.61 
17,214.82 
80,121.00 



6,596.86 

522.70 

6,918.58 

89,657.02 

18,030.26 

8,808.66 

1,276.00 

883.28 

1,811.41 

2,412.80 

28,757.88 



1,171,245.20 
1,160,710.56 



1.525.04 



Sept. 80. 1893. 



$23,866.46 

387,319.88 

797.72 



486,818.62 
645,791.67 



209,473.06 



8,638.08 
48,040.84 



838.40 



47,413.81 
61,090.06 



8,676,74 



0,120.03 
40,082.06 



166,168.16 

26,800.84 

41,105.22 

87,871.18 

175.18 

236.60 

6,622.04 

10,650.84 

78, 646. 36 

826.28 



1,491.12 



85,064.86 
8,870.12 



8,012.04 



64,092.26 
10,910.22 

8,026.26 
23,663.40 
42. 146. 14 

9,487.78 



2,467.60 



086.66 

2^141.56 

1,289.81 

1,068.87 

2,456.74 

1,898.68 

1,202.18 

1,739.75 

680.80 

6,149.80 

78,903.66 

20,642.66 

0,796.86 

271.11 



29,720.86 
13,218.46 
24,188.60 



894,648.72 
1,670,377.86 



684,788.64 



Total. 



$83,863.27 

1,015,672.01 

2.559.13 



2, 138, OU. 91 

2,114,373.41 

28,638.50 



84,976.01 

196,002.01 

262.79 

48.66 

1.446.80 



238,337.17 
200,109.84 



88,227.33 



18. 
120, 
102, 
1,808, 
104. 
824, 

97, 

8. 
83, 

84, 

861, 

41, 

12, 

0. 

18, 

6, 

141, 

72, 

13, 



608.42 

026.71 
234.47 
529.80 
884.40 
240.40 
360.22 
280.13 
187.98 
553.96 
417. 16 
348.22 
576,47 
612.66 
060.24 
281.64 
369.28 
223.71 
135.02 
902.12 
700.00 



44,706.90 

443.10 

283,620.56 

10, 517. 10 

00,758.06 

205,004.06 

860,743.73 

60,174.83 

6.798.07 

82,780.64 

140.00 

880,317.80 

184,730.04 

72,482.38 

2,610.40 

75,853.05 

800,223.23 

1,202.18 

16,776.00 

4,380.43 

26,803.46 

875,615.41 

160,880.88 

4A.481.84 

8,410.40 

006.36 

880.630.63 

88,065.78 

187,804.20 



5.918,137.68 
5, 7 J 103.76 



118,738.78 



EUROPE ^UNITED KINGDOM. 



161 



DeaUw4d exports for 189S — Continued. 



Qii«rt«r ending— 



Dm. 81, 1882. Mar. 81,1888. 



lMi,ete 

BEieki and dftT 

OHd« And cara dlothiitg 

Ckemicals and dyes 

Q n td ni ojB and faatiana 

Cvttona and cotton iraate 

Ooltiniyam 

Cotton TelTeta and velTeteena 

Cetton, aewin^ 

Pollen' Mrth 

Funitiire, china, and glaaa 

Ohio 

OrBMO and oil 



Hoaicxy cattinga 

Jnte yacna and Jaie mats 

Lisena and linen yam 

liaeBaand cotton 

liBma, cotton, and ailk 

Hobatr 

Mohair, cotton, and camel hair 

Mohair, wool, and cotton 

Mohair, worsted, and cotton . . . 

Michinery 

Miuical in»tmments 

Sojsa, shawla, and blankets . . . 

SOk. satin, and silk yam 

Sak and cotton 

SitMns 

Sutiimery 

Stalb 

T\ire 

Vool 

Woolen 

Wooleus 

Wodens and cottons 

Woolens, mohair, and camel 
bair 

Woolens, cotton, and ailk 

Worsteds 

Worsteds and silks 

Wonted and cotton 

Wonted, cotton, and sUk 

Wonteda and woolens — 

WiMs, whiskies, beer, and tea. 



Total. 



BtlLI* - 



Ahns ....■••■••>•• 
Bag eottJnga . • • • - • 

Books 

Calendars (patent) 
GoBcnt ....••..•'• - 

CUibtone 

Ctorer 

Coal. 



$8,802.88 

15.130.48 

42,587.50 

3,265.12 

4,876.18 



1,416.87 

81, 483. 66 

2,202.58 

176 88 

438.71 

24,425.17 

81.57 

1. 4?2. 36 

767. 74 

8,687.83 

8,278.74 

54.36 



8.458.54 
819.48 
166. 59 

4,847.86 
78.47 



188.25 

1,719.89 

952.86 

16, 566. 30 

6,292.89 

112,627.76 

985.91 

1,242.96 



560, 793. 73 

1, .128. 05 

1,324.02 

1,690.09 

162.84 

91.40 



85i64 

18,507.22 

84,001.81 

2,565.01 

4,877.33 



3,677.72 

31,481.79 

3,632.52 



642.23 
16,824.86 



1,667.89 

757.87 

9,647.84 

8,456.53 

314.98 



138.21 
80.40 



1, 967. 33 



154.07 

8,511.34 

341.51 



174.54 

4, 312. 04 

8, 4C9. 23 

22,118.67 

11, 999. 13 

129,827.03 

1,167.04 

102.46 



603.257.47 

840.26 

994.98 

1,700.01 



868,066.38 911,789.84 



Jnne 80,1893. 



898.52 
206.78 



268.99 
'2,*7i8."4i' 



Coke 

Orion 

Dog biscuits .. 

Rax 

61oo 

Hair (camel) . . 
Bair (cattle)... 
Hnnp and t«iw 
HMo cottlngB . 
Jme goods.... 

Lead 

leather 

Machinery.... 

on 



Qaions ........ 

l^ts 

IW 

Htch 

Poutoeo 

Stinted pi4»er . 



4,839.23 



8,695.61 
96.28 



43.405.05 
2,898.69 



141.48 



2, 356. 69 

951.29 

2,496.82 



346.12 



4,909.56 
9, 889. 84 



475. 63 

15, 894. 36 

202.83 



1,455.48 
3, 130. 89 
1,756.42 



59.33 

716.65 

489.32 

2,331.42 



1,405.16 



417.72 
24, 583. 06 



923.85 



417.72 

87,012.12 

155.88 



$2,275.04 

19,969.86 

28, 196. 45 

777.80 

8,087.21 

51.42 

4,852.44 

19,623.67 

8, 157. 09 



976.62 
14,963.47 



906.02 
5. 663. 19 
1,498.88 



434.37 
1, 181. 34 
1,127.24 

123.92 
8, 112. 26 



197.83 

8,035.47 

522. 06 

135.17 

84.15 

8, 572. 62 

4,044.88 

47, 574. 10 

8, 967. 70 

159.530.75 

563.35 

2,881.19 



422,413.37 

203.23 

694,26 

1,275.05 

548.70 

18.49 



778,141.60 



Sept 80, 1883. 



891.53 
174.83 



2,488.84 



2. 163. 79 



18. 780. 11 
96.23 

18. 760. 12 



27,535.96 
1,139.37 
1,412.70 



8, 236. 44 
2, 881. 42 
1,250.69 
8.856.85 
1,736.60 
1,938.08 
882.14 



1225.45 

404.74 

14,091.38 

28. 355. 17 

1.351.49 

2,409.76 



21,820.96 
5.931.79 



802.98 



888.94 

4,453.01 

844.30 



782.13 
8,131.88 



279.73 

8, 196. 26 

163.38 



376.74 
592.66 

2,448.97 
253. 16 

6,551,69 
132,593.32 



82.76 

96.76 

890, 335. 18 

697.15 

63.88 

8, 183. 80 

2,305.69 



628,665.05 



196.07 
896.45 



4,532.71 
4,171.41 



2,528.40 



10,261.03 

192.58 

888.88 

8, 142. 19 



618. 52 
1,415.87 



Total. 



tt*5.45 

11,489.01 

62,698.89 

184,120.93 

7,959.42 

16,250.42 

51.48 

8, 447. 18 

104,410.08 

17,926.98 

176.88 

2,860.54 

64^713.58 

81.57 

3, 140. 25 

8,320.37 

28,451.87 

9, U78. 40 

369.84 

434.37 

1,319.56 

1,207.64 

856.05 

21, 660. 02 

319. 48 

798.22 

14,590.98 

1, 105. 40 

135.17 

823.68 

10, 197. 20 

10, 855. 94 

86,512.23 

34,811.41 

534,578.86 

2,716.30 

8,858.37 

96.75 

1,876,799.76 

3,068.69 

8,077.14 

7,838.95 

8,017.28 

109.88 



8,187,662.77 



236.74 
1,252.07 



766.54 



.. 



98.13 

1,278.06 

346.12 

268.99 

4,632.71 

14, 188. 21 

8,889.84 

8,032.42 

475,63 

60,18L10 

587.97 

19,640.00 

8, 142. 18 

27,535.90 

46, 613. 42 

8. 858. 15 
1, 756. 42 

141.49 
59.33 
6, 309. 68 
4,058.77 
7,330.00 
8,856.86 

4. 831. 16 
1,938.08 
1,217.58 

81,595.17 
156.88 



152 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONfiL 



Declared exports for 189S — Continiied. 



Articles. 



HULL— continued. 



Rags 

Eifigine 

Bope (old manllla).. 

Kope (wire) 

Seeds 

Skins 

Steel manafactnres. 

Sulphite pulp 

Washing blue 

Wood 

Wool 

Wool grease 



Totol 

Total for preceding jear 



Increase . 
Decrease, 



Chemicals and dvestnfb 

Confectionery, etc 

Earthenware and bricks 

Hair, wool, etc 

Leather, etc 

Linens, etc 

Hetals, machinery, etc . . 
Orchids, plants, etc 



Paperhangings 

Skins and furs 

Stationery 

Snndries 

Waste Hpun silk yam.. 

Woolens 

Woolens, worsteds, etc. 

Worsteds 

Wrought fillers' earth. 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 



Increase 
Decrease 



LOin>ON. 

Animals , 

Antimony , 

Artificial flowers , 

Bags and bagjsing , 

Boer, ale, ana stout 

Blacking , 

Books 

Bricks and tiles , 

Bristles 

Brushes, tooth and hair , 

Burlaps 

Buttons 

Card clothing 

Carpets 

Cement 

Chalk 

China clay , 

Clocks ana watches 

Coal and coke 

Cocoa and chocolate , 

CoflVe , 

Colors, paints, and Tarnishes. 

Confectionery , 

Cotton , 

Cot ton rannafnotures 

Cutlery 

Cycles*. 

Drags and chemicals 

Elastic , 

Emery , 

Feathers , 

Fish , 

Floor cloths , 

Fruits, nuts, and vegetables. 



Quarter endingo 



Dec. 81, 1802. 



$889. T7 
5,943.08 



122.22 
278.80 



9,188.89 
1,717.04 



16,836.18 



128,440.11 
81, SOL 07 



44. 047.44 



10,858.46 
8,527.66 

88,687.01 

79,096.68 
7,041.24 
1,523.08 

64, 683. 79 
810. 19 



28,427.36 

150.44 

1,686.78 

8,128.35 

21,979.61 

76, 347. 15 

89,217.40 

255.25 



423,316.09 
884,902.98 



88.413.11 



85. 020. 16 
58,680.16 
86,45L17 
88, 560. 15 

187,870.15 

8, 601. 30 

501.420.17 

9, 340. 16 

69, 180. 10 

15,150.13 

17. 130. 17 
2, 160. 16 



24,730.18 

803, 125. 17 

10,221.15 

2, 065. 10 

14, 016. 15 

2, 800. 17 

40.6I5.ie 

265. 680. 01 

112, 671. 50 

6, 670. 17 



40, 340. 17 

10,700.00 

7, 640. 16 

634, 450. 16 



10, 320. 17 

160, 160. 68 

0, 000. 18 

10. 370. 16 
368, 735. 15 



liar. 81, 1888. 



U11L9» 



8,775.46 
18,874.70 



11,070.00 

10,118.08 

1,680.76 

122.39 



8,706.47 



116,626.70 
87,963.48 



27,068.81 



12,248.47 

2,419.71 

24,99L86 

152,037.73 

5,294.02 

1,082.86 

44,575.09 

286.88 

484.07 

88,996.93 



1,496.35 

8,576.88 

82,365.62 

81.462.49 

66,028.29 



417,34L75 
876,779.80 



40,56L06 



84,273.18 

40.713.14 

28,819.41 

16.606.06 

250,004.80 

7. 231. 62 

614,418.25 

131.40 

72,007.50 

0,650.27 

18,84L84 

408.78 



84,268.81 

816,074.81 

0, 358. 28 

8,000.53 

74,570.12 



127, 210. 32 
144,880.57 
148,208.06 



104, 036. 04 

2, 102. 33 

15, 178. 61 

723, 317. 63 



0, 475. 07 
118, 285. 15 

8,594.24 

30, 700. 01 

231,100.35 



June 30, 1898. 



91,688.24 



1,772.82 
287.40 



13,236.72 



6,80L79 

8,839.31 

542.73 

6,064.95 



120,858.66 
72,953.56 



47,905.10 



7,267.19 

6,440.38 
87,462.80 
28,058.06 
14,896.66 

1,770.21 
25,627.78 

2,440.89 



28,224.86 

464.32 

774.50 

5, 100. 83 

83,620.07 

80.878.87 

60,834.72 



282,865.50 
884,095.24 



52,629.74 



Sept 80, 1883. 



78,898.29 

44,760.73 

4,065.21 

85, 8i7. 55 

180,770.01 

6, 140. 19 

671,980.77 

251.85 

72.484.93 

27,608.80 

6,244.87 

8,455.07 



49.849.87 
486.104.26 

23,327.68 
3. 082. 19 
8,843.28 



228,58L14 

48, 323. 91 

118. 588. 31 

652.78 

318.79 

87, 947. 86 

1, 157. 13 

6,416.14 

707,717.68 

1, 322. 10 

8, 187. 19 

53, 204. 74 

6, 720. 19 

44,461.60 

69,544.37 



69,048.78 



2,812.80 

2,875.66 

134.68 



44,961.88 
89,783.00 



44,821.67 



7,469.12 
2,485.78 

89,457.58 
7,907.01 
6.033.34 
1, 273. 36 

28,508.18 
888.06 



4,384.72 

642.26 

1,831.05 

3.123.64 

12,722.37 

18,662.01 

56,535.05 



177,327.03 
848,500.20 



171, 272. 26 



513, 002. 43 

6, 488. 10 

14,702.86 

12,562. 48 

00,272.87 

8,885.21 

450,457.58 

475.05 

46,840.28 

16,706.60 

2,175.79 

1,818.06 



25,922.66 

219,893.21 

16,932.72 

6.447.38 

24,486.06 

20L01 

24,845.3C 

418, 603. 60 

70,214.82 



44,078.14 

833.01 

218.09 

882,001.36 

308.44 

2,200.70 

71,610.70 

7,066.38 

81,245.78 

85,016.41 



44 
32 



1! 
21 



U 



i; 

li 

2 



L4 



T 

1 

I 

( 

1 

7 

< 

2,0 
21 



11 
1.2 



1 



4: 
81 



2 

2.81 



I 

71 



EUROPE — ^UNITED KIKGDOH. 



153 



Declared exportefor 1893 — Continued. 



Artida*. 



LONDOH— «oiitinaad. 



JtaUer'8 earth 

Funiitare 

Glus, china, and earthen ware. 

GloTea. hoaiex^.eto 

One and gelanne 

Greaae 

Gums 

Hsir— cow, calf, eto 

Hardware 

Hats and capa 

Hemp, flax, and tow 

ladigo 

iTory 

Jate 

Lace 

Leather 

Llaena 

liDMed 

Hachinery 

Hatehea 

llctala: 

Iron and ateel, and mann- 

factnreaof , 

Other 

Mnatard 

OOa 

Oree, iron, eto, 



Quarter ending- 



Dec 81, 1802. 



Paper and paper hangings 

Paper atocK , 

PorfimieTy ...•....•••.••....... 

Pitch ana tar 

Plnmbaco • 

Preciooa atonea , 

Praaerrea, picklea, ete 

PraTiaiona — eheeee, baooa, eto. 
Qidekaflyer 

Bope.mrjIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!..., 

Xobber: 

Haw 

Clothing andmanaractorea 

ot 

Saddlery 

Salt...: , 

fiaoaage caainga 

Bdeaufic and optical instm- 



Seedat planta, ete 



Nulla 

Sflka 

Soapa 

Wriaai ftm, ete ..••.•«••«•.« 
Bpieea 

S"»K«« 

GtationerT 

Stickaana canes 

Btraw plait and braida 

Straw manufacturea 

Stuff gooda 

Stotto— marble, granite, eto. 



Thread 

Tin 

Ttaipbitea 

Tobacco and dgarettea 

Ukiona 

Wearing apparel 

Wines and spirits 

Wooda 

Wool and camel and goat hair. 
Woolen and worsted goods — 

Works of art 

Tarn.............**** ••••••••• 

111 other axticlea 



118,731.16 
53,501.15 
31.810.17 

118,301.17 
17. H30. 17 
12, 601. 15 

104,360.75 

70. 175. 10 

0, 640. 23 

28, 015. 36 

652,120.37 

206,151.65 

56,051.70 

57tf.OO 

2,450.11 

230, 830. 16 

14, G30. 17 

22.080.10 

25,160.50 

8,000.16 



10. 215. 16 
130, 820. 17 

68. 470. 17 
40,150.82 

3. 530. 16 

52, 175. 16 

161,517.45 

20, 167. 30 

45, 160. 16 

6,270.13 

503,251.13 

160, 710. 16 

27,820.10 

26,61*0.18 

16,660.16 



170, 120. 16 

10, 210. 16 

21.060.03 

730. 15 

41,736.17 

28,317.00 

108,001.61 

96. 330. 15 

« 182, 566. 28 

144,625.01 

62,065.17 

1,383.053.15 

88, 565. 78 

25, 750. 00 

33, 760. 15 

20. 300. 15 

800,521.20 

18,885.00 



8,740.56 

12, 085. 15 

102,710.80 



Har.31,1803. 



124,641.76 
21.422.33 
26, 196. 37 

156.U68.65 
29. OIK). 80 
13. 241. 75 
03.057.21 
77. 187. 56 
31,899.91 
64.232.03 

407, 083. 03 

55, 847. 95 

86, 308. 06 

22,322.63 

6,740.84 

106,705.84 

54, 130. 08 

38, 51& !i5 

10,448.37 

4,783.77 



22,127.06 

156, 730. 50 

60.364.06 

47,307.25 

8,815.84 

77,071.06 

182,605.68 

21,883.40 

85, 457. 82 

8,834.80 

060,140.38 

100, 960. 42 

31,564.12^ 

16,487.70 

87,462.32 

1,002.80 

206,281.38 

0,655.14 
10,066.05 



Jane 30, 1808. 



Sept 80. 1803. 



40, 323. 82 



31, 
53, 
52. 

183. 

187, 

84. 

2,276, 

234, 
15, 
25, 
20. 

473. 
43, 

2. 

3, 

167, 



491.12 
606.06 
971.85 
082.60 
545.18 
570.04 
504.00 
570. 17 
042.66 
753.52 
461.70 
155.20 
535. 71 
21&90 
287.25 
455.22 
125.84 



60,770.80 
24,076.58 
101.530.52 
57, 214. 04 
20. 099. 55 

7,602.87 
72,564.56 
14, 320. 55 

6,115.63 
12,332.12 
401,649.32 
21.74U.56 
34,148.96 
21, 125. 21 

1,283.82 
85,663.42 
87,425.57 
82,289.02 
87,203.14 
10,863.71 



24,206.a 

147,240.60 

58.327.07 

100,198.68 

7,038.70 

65,035.80 

144,405.64 

21,071.16 

60,027.80 

1, 214. 72 

780. 451. 26 

114, 522. 88 

26,446.02 

15,620.04 

01, 801. 66 

181.00 

06,422.74 

19.201.40 
26,538.36 



80,002.88 



23. 

36, 
145, 
184, 
121, 

64, 

2,106, 

101, 

27. 

41, 

11, 
126. 

12, 



652.40 
740.00 
673.60 
277.47 
773. 03 
653.55 
979.65 
788.08 
066.16 
156.50 
057.80 
891.00 
375.21 



6,681.80 

552. 62 

155,484.76 



$10,331.82 

87,000.96 

33.960.44 

184,438.18 

8,996.47 

4,478.06 

26.550.53 

4. 521. 22 

7. 055. 23 
26,662.06 

107,527.36 

4, 9H3. 33 

1, 646. 00 

2,344.53 

18,298.83 

46, 702. 00 

83, 535. 52 

5, 267. 13 

26,394.05 

882.91 



71,048.15 
65,601.66 
84,061.20 
94,580.68 
4,604.62 
82, 010. 66 
60.753.74 
18,572.05 
41,908.04 



898,280.20 

80,602.28 

15, 171. 13 

6,326.45 

62,883.18 



64.448.51 

12, 071. 21 
20. 204. 16 



22. 217. 70 



21. 

20. 

82. 

40. 

145, 

46, 

1,287, 

60, 

0, 

28. 

17. 

160, 

1. 



174.20 
201.16 
543.85 
6C1. 18 
929.57 
367.68 
568.45 
04U.81 
406.84 
068.00 
683.54 
174.94 
808.67 



5.146.73 
20.812.70 
82, 556. 38 



TotaL 



$61,375.13 

136,990.96 

102,997.50 

516, 112. 04 

76,022.90 

87. 924. 73 

2d6, 533. 05 

lb6, 213. 52 

54,711.00 

126, 243. 37 

1,740.280.08 

2H8, 723. 40 

128, 156. 68 

46.371.37 

23, 782. 60 

468, 001. 01 

130,721.34 

06,155.50 

90,196.15 

10,620.55 



128,407.78 
500,302.03 
211,213.40 
212. 246. 33 
• 18,088.01 
218, 101. 18 
540,372.51 

01. 004. 81 
183,453.82 

11, 310. 64 

2, 636, 132. 06 

446, 785. 24 

101, 001. 37 

65,025.28 

208,707.21 

2,084.70 

538.267.78 

52, 127. 01 

85,869.50 

780.15 

134,370.57 



104, 
217, 
877, 
599, 
599. 
257, 
7,054, 
574, 
78, 
128, 

1,060, 
76, 

10, 

36. 

607. 



634.00 
720.82 
519.45 
580.53 
872. 70 
656. 44 

706. 15 
064.79 
165.65 

729. 16 
403.28 
743. 42 
090.50 
218.90 
856. :)4 
905.60 
877.28 



001, 

55, 

16, 

20, 

3U, 

85, 

43, 

1,051, 

357, 

134, 

1, 
763. 



370. 01 
350.61 
300.15 
9'2U. 16 
561.17 
101. 65 
421. 15 
130.00 
775.16 
850.84 
964.15 
050.03 



1,622, 

03, 

17, 

28. 

4U. 

67. 

127. 

1, 017, 

673, 

106, 

6. 

103, 



773.36 
991.58 
378.27 
9I».47 
679.07 
318.20 
190.84 
868.18 
071.01 
313.56 
462.71 
262. 26 



2,565. 
72, 
28, 

86. 

88, 

35, 

596, 

297, 

114, 

1, 
166, 



544.51 
026. 50 
4()8.56 
924. 52 
670. 81 
122. 89 
742.34 
326. 37 
995.45 
657. 89 
522.41 
546.46 



25, 281. 55 

1(>2,233.90 

20,058.72 

1. 646. 38 

22, 305. 05 

44. 512. 84 

37, 640. 41 

158, 613. 50 

638, 673. 58 

123, 087. 66 

628.02 

276, 217. 00 



6,114, 

383, 

91, 

58, 

130, 

285, 

243, 

3, 723. 

1,966. 

478, 

10. 

1,309, 



069.43 
602.50 
145. 70 
490.53 
217.00 
055.67 
994.74 
938. 14 
615.20 
909.95 
577. 29 
685.65 



Total •••.•> ••••*•• 



12,801,482.87 



15, 178, 180. 38 



13,077.207.72 



7, 771. 637. 19 ,48, 328. 507. 66 



164 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Declared ex2}ori9 Jw 1S9$ — Cuutinaed. 



Articles. 



HAN0HK8TEA. 

Buttons 

Cardclothiug 

Car))et« and rugs 

Cattle hair and other hair 

Chemicals 

Cotton (raw) 

Cotton and worsted and worsted 

stutt B 

Cotton piece goods ■ 

Cotton velvet, f astians. etc. . . . . 

Cotton yam and thread 

Curtains, laces, etc 

Damasks, etc ■ 

Elastic weh and India rubher 

thread 

Felt hats 

Handkerchiefs 

Hosiery 

Iron, steel, etc 

Leather and hides 

Linens 

Machinery 

Miscellaneous 

Paper, paper hangings, etc . . . . 

Omits 

Kags. paper stock, etc 

Shawls, etc' 

Silk and cotton piece goods — 

Silk nulls and waste 

Silk seals, plushes, etc 

Silk yarn 

Tape, braid, etc 

Towels 

"Waterproof earmonts 

Wool (manufactures of) 

Worsted yam 

Yam (other) 

Total 

Total for preceding year 

ZfornxGHAM. 



Beerin casks 

Boot and shoe laces 
Braids (Hointou) . . 

I*ru»he« 

Bricks (clinker).... 

Candle wick 

Carpets 

China 

Clothing 

Colors 

Cotton 

Cretouia 

Cycles 

Irogs 

Dy e<l schappe 

Earthenware 

Elastic goods 

Frillings 

Gloves 

Glue 



Quarter ending — 



Deo. 31, 1802. 



$2,194.70 

25. (i2i. eo 

3(,85C.99 

27. 962. 40 

161,894.47 

12.022.96 

71,911.68 
823,807.70 
827, 971. 10 
117, 528. 08 
127, 370. 99 
161,254.92 

82, 718. 70 

7, 074. 70 

161, 288. 09 

21,239.48 

52,473.04 

26,596.08 

140, 442. 37 

612,583.68 

32,953.31 

45, 938. 11 

22, 555. 88 

215, 436. 12 

6,029.72 

7,509.44 

18,067.81 

9,611.91 

99,189.41 

86, 836. 67 

68,330.36 

6, 514. 03 

29,006.56 

892.66 

8,831.99 



8,592,403.49 
2, 879, 655. 17 



2,156.87 
421.43 



1, 537. 32 

151.89 

6, 062. 38 



26,:<38.72 
61, 440. 19 



10,757.00 



2, 187. 05 

70, 653. G8 

111. 19 

147.69 



754.07 



4,718.42 



Grease 

Glass , 

Haberdashery , 

Handkerchiefs 

Herbal extracts 

Hardware 

Horticultural produce 

Hosierr 

Household goods 

Hop bitter ale 

Iron chains 

Jacquard cards 

Lace 1,163,120.26 

Leather I 15.779.48 

Linen I 62,743.76 



89,804.99 



Mar. 31, 1803. 



$8,868.29 
29,647.80 
88, 622. 40 

19. 796. 36 
169, 026. 24 

12,187.20 

64,607.78 
974, 725. 72 
601, 914. 05 
117.0:i4.96 
143, 872. 64 
134, 080. 87 

26,690.60 
23,396.39 

136. 205. 34 
38, 699. 06 
47. 762. 92 
29. 864. 84 

167, 661. 79 

266, 246. 76 
22, 893. 04 
68,997.42 
24, 722. 62 

161,237.79 
8, 939. 78 

12. 731. 37 
80, 831. 42 
10,703.42 
82, 526. 30 

100. 394. 60 

68.651.22 

6, 526. 85 

26,216.39 

2, 915. 39 

8,686.32 



8.854,984.69 
3, 111, 691. 25 



632.76 
2,895.39 



2, 527. 66 

6. 366. 86 

29,963.60 

65,217.09 

295.02 

86,000.82 



2,6:12.67 
2, 811. 14 
79,793.61 
2.650.04 
6, 996. SI 



628.00 

304.16 

6^102.34 



163, 922. 62 



253.98 

1, 349. 42 

1, 222. 377. 36 

20,121.45 

91.667.66 



June 30, 1893. Sept. 30, 1893 



$1,487.62 
S0.7C8 61 
27,395.92 
48, 9^6. 41 
219, 394. 04 
18,485.80 

61,354.26 
424, 901. 11 
679, 883. 18 
116,648.04 

96,757.66 
116,196.76 

30.634.68 

2,690.01 

162, 180. 68 

31.258.64 

64, 328. 35 

88, 062. 41 

120, 125. 89 

491, 687. 61 

17,455.30 

37,231.40 

13,219.18 

107, 805. 77 

24, 649. 49 

10.160.35 

66, 539. 63 

9. 170. OS 

146,761.99 

127.283.03 

43, 029. 90 

14,039.50 

80,648.68 

2, 196. 96 

6,664.52 



3,400,733.49 
2.735,691.26 



1,090.27 



88.39 

2, 763. 46 

1.925.84 

25, 731. 74 

37.201.39 



83.226.89 
43.80 



2,646.28 
70, 675. 90 



7,653.38 
226.64 
878.28 



2.464.06 

72.69 

470. 10 



135.16 
98, 386. 52 



1,277.07 

616, 361. 20 

16, 761. 34 

45,613.04 



$30.39 

25,481.78 

86,884.82 

2,662.88 

110,608.16 

8,925.94 

48,780.99 
209,965.13 
493.649.24 
60,654.06 
46, 339. 70 
63,765.38 

21,182.68 

17,624.82 

168,662.60 

66,614.16 

80,382.66 

23,888.18 

66.472.61 

888,091.00 

21,303.73 

16,799.22 

19, 070. 86 

77,946.80 

21,678.32 

6,709.64 

7,506.30 

9,295.14 

104,135.60 

87.240.39 

80.794.86 

7,216.99 

18.751.46 

882.01 

4,600.83 



2, 290. 705. 81 
3, 662, 311. 89 



1,396.63 



6.82 
488.10 



7.896.90 



10,402.07 
24,464.68 



8,884.62 



7, 782. 66 
63,610.18 



628.33 



1,479.32 



1,427.88 

6,354.36 

191.59 

227.81 



238, 032. 49 

728.96 

22.06 

81.86 

1,664.60 

881,644.04 

11.568.38 

69,019.0* 



Total. 



,$6,000.81 
111, 360. 69 
138,604.13 

90,408.04 
•50,722.91 

46,631.8$ 

236.654.58 
2.43E,479.66 
2.003,317.57 
400.766.74 
413,840.9$ 
4i4,897.88 



110, 

60, 
618, 
146, 
184, 
118, 
404, 
2,050, 

94, 
158, 

79. 
662. 

60, 

87, 
113, 

88, 
431. 
401. 
300. 

84, 

104, 

6, 

17, 



026.66 
686.02 
226.61 
71L3S 
M7.86 
412.36 
702.08 
100.04 
606.38 
966.15 
568.43 
425.48 
197.31 
170.80 
035.06 
781. 15 
613.30 
763.69 
705.83 
296.37 
622.03 
887.01 
683.16 



13,138,827.48 
12,279,240.56 



7. 



L 

1$. 

7, 

93, 

168, 

82. 

2. 

16, 

274. 

2. 

15, 

8. 



590, 



4. 

8,888. 

63, 

948. 



632.76 
639.06 
421.43 
5.82 
438.16 
537.32 
210.28 
250.26 
292.09 
438.09 
323.95 
205.92 
868.33 

43.80 
632.57 
377.08 
733.38 
761.28 
224.91 
226.64 
739.76 
304.15 
712.66 
427.05 
661.60 
227.81 
135.16 
146. 62 
728.96 

22.96 
836.84 
290.90 
502.86 
230.60 
834.00 



EUROPE UNITED KIXGUUH. 



155 



DeeimtedetporU/ar 2^99--CoiitiDaed. 



■OfTDIO] 



Miiehbiecy ... 

KasUiM 

Oxide of iron. 

Fvchment ■ 

Meatdyen 

Pdlifthingf powder .. 

Silted stock 

SOk 

SkineeDdhldee.... 

Sodofl 

&Mr ornaments ... . 

Slereh 

gstte nery 

StrJnr. .....•.•••.«• 

Snnpeal sntUimoes 

Spordng goods 

Mpe 

Tern sib* 

Tdrot 

WflOowB 

Vira goods 

Woomi 

Xiaoenaneoas 



tiaoed. 



Qosrter ending— 



Deo. n, ins. 



«•••••«• «•« 



^irUU »••«•« ••«•*• ■•••••»■ 

Totsl for preceding year. 



PLTMOCTH. 

Aniiiab for breedixig porpojes 

Book* 

Bnuhes 

a»y 

dothing 

DrogB and chendeals 

noworbalba 

FnniitiirB 

Ol^ets deyerta 

Sdnt, foiia, oto 

Stone 

Wines and spirits 

Wool 

Woolen gooda 



Tdtid 

Total lor preceding year. 



uurviELD. 

iBimala for breeding 

AsTila 

BottottdoUia 

OompanionB, ladies' 

Oopper ..--........-..-..-- 

OokUm goods 

CntJeiy 

Deed oil in drams ■ 

Doctors— composition 

Down qnUts and pillows 

ISdge and other tools 

Porro chrome ..•...•«...>■•.... 

Fiber 

Klee 

German silTer and sflTsr goods. 

Qhie 

Qfmtning combe (steel) 

Orindstones 

Horns snd bom pieces 

Horn, mannfactorea of • 

Iron shafting ■ 

Uneas .......•..•..•■•....*.••• 

Maehinery ••••.......•••..••.•• 



130,099.70 

31.064.72 

3,037.35 



irar.91.lS83. 



267.95 
1.000.07 



58,815.88 
263,296.09 

327.88 



464.60 



18.134.63 



4.558.13 

20.253.29 

2, 078. 99 



126,952.49 

33, 7 J 3. 24 

10.4}9.92 

702.88 

200.11 

2,980.41 



J ue 89, 1803. 



87,068.49 
836,456.00 
779.85 
1,558.96 
323. 61 
325.59 
445.14 



941.41 

1,000.78 

80,876.72 



10. 3(3. IS 
0, 291. 49 
1,421.61 



1,923,195.23 
1,430,207.61 



492,807.64 



46,483.00 



31,060.29 
1,226.36 



103.66 
2,804.25 



1,304.46 
851.77 
141. 18 



2, 139, 278. 58 
2,003,333.39 



135,945.14 



153.29 

313.89 

156.95 

55,538.23 



24,287.25 



2, 609. 17 
1,650.71 



633.85 



$19,549.22 

26,503.48 



1.259.89 

264.75 

5,216.31 

116,785.16 

23,464.59 



Sept 30, 1893 



1,336.54 
543.21 
126.97 
156.86 



311.36 



667.90 
84.624.09 



2,120.68 
2.886.92 
6,912.88 



1,207,294.16 
1,487,521.08 



280,227.82 



67.896.77 



80,194.44 
"* £36.66" 



8^.14 
1,024.46 
1,407.88 
1, 901. 87 



83,825.00 
80,937.41 



2,887.69 



2,081.59 
1.867.86 



77.13 

43.43 

197, 061. 96 

1, 079. 00 

246.36 

538.17 

4,464.75 

882.36 

1.401.30 

4, 869. 78 

420.14 

25, 160. 34 



85,093.34 
99,443.58 



92,939.72 
80,604.94 



14,850.84 



1,849.27 
1,871.39 



303.83 

248. U7 

138, 384. 82 

534.65 



7, 128. 17 



141. 37 
3,697.39 
6,760.80 



5,327.07 
656.06 



172.96 

2,034.22 

265.11 

15, 846. 19 

6.33. 26 

:i%r 87 

1, 024. 36 
3, 955. 21 
8, U57. 89 
6. 975. .54 
4,178.95 



12,334.78 



671.24 



28.69 



135, 191. 54 
1,616.36 



6, 579. 14 



8,055.23 

26.76 

17, 109. 30 

1,071.16 



2,327.69 
8,633.75 



6, 730. 08 
1.459.84 



$13,9J7.81 
6,338.81 
1,161.07 
1, 381. 41 



1,411.82 

85,138.57 

13, 908. 09 

45,282.57 

523.22 

1,103.34 



1,087.45 
"224.' 86 



18,291.21 
156.24 

2,783.14 
18.945.57 

2,235.61 



976,712.35 
1,701,238.84 



724,525.99 



46,798.38 
395.46 



4,215.58 
100.85 



2,535.60 



54,040.06 
147,456.34 



93,414.38 



2,248.33 
1,044.63 



807.02 

131.69 

278.21 

122,875.56 



614.04 
2,997.44 



762.88 
'7,662.92 



489.00 
1, 771. 30 
2,995.63 



8, 645. 36 
259.63 



Total. 



990,638.72 

97,620.25 

14.6:8.34 

8.344.04 

798.81 

11,517.61 

151. 923. 73 

133,247.06 

635,036.16 

1.680.90 

3, 998. 80 

866.82 

1, 540. Ql 

602.00 

689.51 

811.36 

941.41 

1.728,68 

101, 926. 65 

155.24 

19,765.08 

51.377.27 

12,649.04 



6.246.480.27 
6, 622, 391. 32 



375, 911. 06 



153.29 

813.89 

156.96 

205,161.47 

395.46 

85 491. 98 

5' 441. 94 

•an. 51 

103.65 

8, 688. 39 

8. 633. 62 

6.708.74 

2, 753. 14 

674.98 



315,899.02 
408, 441. 27 



92,542.25 



4,097.60 

5,568.85 

1, 807. 86 

807.02 

.Ml. 24 

569.71 

693, 018. 88 

8, 239. 00 

246.36 

1,052.21 

20, 160. 50 

882.36 

1,574.28 

11. 622. 11 

712. 01 

65,118.75 

1,704.42 

954.38 

9, 720. 74 

17,351.39 

3, 3.'>7. 89 

21, 678. 05 

6,555.40 



156 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Declared exporte for 1893 — CoDtinued. 



ArtioleB. 



BHEFfiSLD— continued. 



Magneta 

HeBAurea 

Musical indtruments 

Needles and pins (steel) 

Optical goods 

Pearl, manufactures of 

Saddle 

Salted skins 

Scythes and sickles 

Scythe stones 

Sheep dip 

Steel, wire, bars, sheets, etc. 

Steel boiler tubes 

Steel cylinders 

Steel forgings 

Steel shells 

Steel tires 

Steel wheels 

Umbrella ribs 

Watches and chains (toy) .. 

Wines and spirits 

Woodonware 

Sundries 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 



Inorease. 
Decrease 



SOUTHAMPTON. 

Boats, sailing and rowing 

Bicycle castings 

Carpets 

Chalk 

Mineral water 

Mlscellaneons 

Photographs 

Scientific instruments. . . . 

Sheenflkins 

Spanish copper 

Teak wood 



Wearing apparel . 

White Mdes 

Yacht flzings 

Planto 



PorUvMuith ogmkty. 

Sheepskins 

Total 



BWANBBA. 



Antimony 

Arsenic 

Black plate 

Black taggers., 

Bran 

Bricks 

CJoal 

Cobalt 

Coke 

Copper 

Earthenware . . 
Iron castings... 

Iron ladles 

Iron ore 

Machinery 

MiHcellaneons . 

Oxalic acid 

Oxide of cobalt , 

Palm oil 

Pills 

Potatoes 

Botten stone ... 



Quarter ending— 



Deo. 81, 1802. 



#00.24 

14, 824. 30 

299.20 

490.40 

308.47 

1,860.20 

402.21 

20,416.08 

2.202.97 

151.66 

4,048.88 

864,886.57 

480.18 



25L80 
88,544.02 



456.48 

071.78 

1.815.07 

1,006.76 



056.80 



710,211.24 
650,802.66 



60,818.58 



744.66 
1,150.72 



103.46 



223.40 



86.50 
21.80 



18,600.00 



16,020.61 



6,167. 

228,283. 

36, 823. 

92. 

5, 036. 

10,871. 



54 

86 
00 
46 
82 
02 



2,076. 

402. 

2,074. 

6, 393. 

70. 

11, 084. 

4, 702. 

3,925. 

227. 



65 
72 
54 
39 
07 
73 
25 
44 
14 



2, 695. 67 



Mar. 81, 1803. 



168.58 
7,268.28 



486.24 

504.00 

7,771.84 

812. 10 

17,028.00 

8,708.06 

300.02 

2,029.41 

810,226.40 

12.083.72 

505.14 

183.06 



8,667.33 
'i,'420.'37 



650.03 



550.009.25 
507,856.71 



62,062.54 



584.71 



02.46 

86.06 

815.00 



12,855.00 



256.87 
17.00 
72.26 



106.86 



18,835.22 



6,074 

163, 930 

44,575 



8,645 
82,124 



114 



1,725 
045 



1,563 
377 
7,145 
2.457 
8,864 



7,794 
811 



June 30, 1893. 



$104.61 

13,354.66 

225.50 

115.60 



2,069.23 

361.84 

U, 700. 89 

1,398.52 



2,183.73 

837,292.78 

10,404.38 

2,020.57 



1,143.87 



490.70 
897. 10 
629.48 



561,887.74 
605,704.37 



84,406.63 



121.60 



618.88 



15.00 



369.97 

15. 695. 00 

243.32 



Sept 80, 1803. 



$160.12 

8,213.40 

617.02 

860.06 



4,617.88 



60.40 



2,665.87 

108,042.53 

4,670.42 



242.30 
246.30 
200.56 



362,806.60 
606,93L00 



233,124.41 



433.47 
258.04 



27L05 



16,063.83 



103,668.75 
26, 157. 27 



4,986.95 

41, 750. 02 

5,642.82 

1, 708. 26 



8, 577. 24 



2,875.00 
872.82 
4, 163. 82 
3, 057. 64 
7, 695. 03 



6,194.90 



0,048.87 



12,426.00 



22,487.48 



016.06 

8,155.41 

00,785.53 

78,158.03 

238.46 

2,342.05 

85,241.95 

1, 070. 68 



102.20 

632.20 

1,902.80 



119.35 

721.33 

6, 365. 52 

4, 572. 35 

2,429.98 



2,410.06 



Total. 



$303.50 

88.160.70 

1, 142. 71 

1,803.19 

817.47 

15,818.69 

1,075.74 

50,054.87 

7, 454. 94 

45L67 

11.812.37 

1,200,947.28 

27,637.65 

2,525.71 

384.86 

88,541.02 

4,801.20 

456. 4S 

2, 401. 10 

1,315.07 

1,738.86 

643.40 

2,451.45 



2,104,314.82 
2,850,474.74 



156, 150. 02 



866.21 

1,735.43 

1,051.85 

258.04 

02.46 

51.06 

315.00 

744.48 

27,050.00 

243.32 

256.87 

240.40 

72.26 

0. 135. 37 

127.76 



26,116.00 



60,256.50 



916.06 

15,396.95 

676. 668. 14 

180, 713. 30 

330.92 

16,011.72 

119, 987. 89 

6.713.45 

1, 708. 26 

216.20 

632.20 

10.181.60 

1. 347. 72 

2, 074. 54 

0, 950. 74 

2, 041. 22 

28, 759. 07 

14, 789. 24 

17.914.45 

227. 14 

7,794.00 

11,117.62 



EUROPE— rUNITED KINGDOM. 



157 



Declared expcrte for 189S — Continned. 



AitlolM. 



swAifSBA— contiiiaed. 



Stltod roan*.. ............ 

SJteet iron 

Htcel tabes 

Tiggeralnm 

Tin 

Tin plate vdiI teme plate. 

Tin. taiggert 

YeUow-metel sheathing.. 



Total. 



TUaSTAUto 



Ale 

Bxkks(riaxed) 

GhamouldpB 

China 

Colors 

Combs 

Cydes 

Earthenware 

fialifaif Unee 

GisMTr. 

Hardware 

Lead(nd) : 

Paper 

Parian 

Potters' materials . . . 
Trimmings (tailor's) 
Tilea 

Webbing (eotton)... 



Total 

Total for preceding 



Quarter ending— 



Deo. 81, 1803. 



117,610.46 



43,221.05 

8a7.27 

4.078.40 

1,880,016.01 

10,017.34 

8.386.84 



1,786,185.66 



545.62 
1,720.83 

683.08 

64,086.15 

6,031.67 

102.20 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$18,070 

3,000 

83,822 



051 
1,280,027 



8.417 



1,621,830 



290.60 



867,000.61 



1,713.01 

1,088.72 

805.43 

8,145.24 

1,872.85 

007.13 

227.27 

18,286.88 

1,221.40 



054,718.48 
928,917.07 



25,801.41 



28,864.04 

8,842.60 

715.88 

87.83 

1,004,519.27 



078.17 
576.68 



1,411.14 
1,144.64 
2, 085. 17 

241. 14 
10,100.05 

214.12 



1,055,179.41 
947,097.20 



108,082.21 



June 30, 1803. 



$23,145.80 
1,282.28 
3,128.03 



1,962,204.78 

404.46 

13, 873. 32 



2,304,806.14 



480.21 



68.14 

48,075.56 

3,421.40 

382.51 



1,162,777.43 

146. 42 

63.27 

1,291.68 



8,271.57 
731.13 
775.48 



3,004.58 
540.18 



1,216,919.66 
906, 955. 87 



809,964.28 



Sept 80, 1898. 



$7,176.05 

1,992.77 

624.51 



81,414,984.25 
3,865.33 
4,186.20 



1,668,096.72 



257.92 

68,860.98 

1,472.11 

418.52 



714,063.27 



437.98 
1,873.60 



685.20 
404.81 



5,056.66 
8,148.68 



796,679.68 
1,108,682.08 



812,008.80 



TotaL 



$65,011.81 

6,275.05 

80,297.48 

327.27 

5,029.49 

6, 039, 031. 89 

15, 1»47. 18 

34,363.86 



7,871,916.41 



1,025.83 

2,011.42 

910.04 

201,636.73 

13,767.86 

1, 618. 61 

97.83 

8,789,260.48 

146.42 

8,192.42 

4, 830. 68 

89.>.43 

8,513.15 

8,652.93 

8,857.78 

468.41 

82,487.17 

6,124.42 



4,023,497.22 
3,891.652.62 



131,844.60 



158 COMMERCIAL RELATION& 

CORK. 

NAVIGATION. 

I haye the honor to transmit herewith a statement of navigation of the port of 
Cork for the year ended September 30, 1893^ from which it will be seen tliat 50 
steamers, tonnage 56,930^ discharged their cargoes here, as against 41 steamerSi ton- 
nage 49,040, during the preceding year, an increase of 9 vessels and 7,890 tonnaee; 
and 56 sailine vessels, tonnage 34,325, discharged here, as against 43 sailing vessels, 
tonnage 21,080, dniing the year 1891-^92. There was, therefore, a total increase of 
21 vessels, and of 21,135 tons. DnrinK the year 776 sailing vessels and steamers 
called for orders, etc., they having a total tonnage of 649,301, and there were 237 
departures of transatlantic steamers, with a total tonnage of 780»240. 

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. 

The total extent of land under crops in the province of Monster in 1893 was 
1,226,982 acres, as against 1,214,029 acres in 1892, an increase of 12,953 acres, or 1*01 
per cent. In Munstor there were 294,899 acres in cereal crops in 1893, as against 
292,940 in 1892, an increase of 1,959 acres. The number of acres in wheat was 
17,997, as against 24,363 acres in 1892, a decrease of 6,366 acres; in oats, 231,234, as 
against 223,058 acres in 1892, an increase of 8,176 acres; in barley, 43,125, as against 
43,021 acres in 1892, an increase of 104 acres; in bear and rye, 2,477, as against 2,378 
acres in 1892, an increase of 99 acres ; in beans and peas, 66, as against 120 acres in 
1892, a decrease of 54 acres. 

In Munster the extent of landin potatoes in 1893 was 158,714 acres, as against 162,867 
in 1892, a decrease of 4,153 acres; in turnips. 76,126 acres, as against 73,966 in 1892, an 
increase of 2,160 acres; in mangel-wurzel, 21,437 acres, as against 22,378 in 189^, a 
decrease of 9il acres ; in cabbage, 16,525 acres, as against 16,198 in 1892, an increase 
of 327 acres; in vetches and rape, 2,702 acres, as against 2,864 in 1892, a decrease of 
162 acres; in carrots, parsnips^ and other green crops^ 5,758 acres, as against 5,708 in 
1892, an increase of 50 acres ; in flax, 49 acres, as against 66 in 1892, a decrease of 17 
acres : in hay, 650,772 acres, as against 637,042 in 1^2, an increase of 13,730 acres. • 

' Of live stock in Munster in 1893 there were 160,906 horses, as against 158,069 in 
1892, increase, 2,837: 11,588 mules, as against 11,271 in 1892, increase, 317; 69,938 
asses, as against 67,981 in 1892, increase, 1,957; 1,440,928 cattle, as against 1,458,120 
in 1892, decrease, 17,192; 1.035,525 sheep, as against 1,127,830 in 1892, decrease, 
92,305; 366,599 pigs, as against 345,959 in 1892, increase, 20,640; 107,582 goats, as 
against 105,248 m 1892, increase, 2,334; and 3,683,223 poultry, as against 3,510^27 in 
1892, increase, 172,996. 

The croi>s in Ireland this year have been fairly good. The potato crop — the yield 
of which in Munster, as well as throughout Ireland, is invariably of the utmost 
importance, furnishing, as it does, the principal food of a large proportion of the 
poorer classes — has been, in common with most of the other root crops, both in 
quantity and quality, considerably above the average. Though the various cereals 
here, I understand, yielded rather poorly, nevertheless the standard of tiie grain has 
been particularly good. The pasturage, which, owing to the long drought experi- 
enced daring the spring months was rather scant, improved greatly later on. The 
first crop of hay was very light owing to the dronght and probably did not yield on 

an bv<iage more Ihcn 1 ton to »Le atie, \\liicL in thin province it not countedmore 
than a half crop; but the after crop was plentilul, while the extraordinarily tine 
weather which has been almost continuous during the summer and harvest time in 
Ireland admitted of both the first and second crops being much better "saved" 
than is as a rule possible in this country ; the quality of the hay is therefore 
unusually good. Owing to the bright, warm weather which has during the past 
season prevailed in all parts of Ireland the crops ripened earlier than usual, the 
harvest being one of the earliest experienced for some years. 

EMIGRATION. 

From the ofScial stat«»ment furnished to me by the local officer of the British 
Board of Trade, it appears that of the 30,939 emigrants who embarked at Queens- 
town for the United States during the twelve months ended September 30, 1893, 
14,407, including 13,315 adults and 1,092 children, were males, and 16,532, includ- 
ini^ 15,411 adults and 1,121 childn*n, were femjiles. The total number of emigrauts 
last year was 32,771; there was, therefore, a decrease this year of 1,832 in the num- 
ber who embarked. 



EUROPE UNITED KINGDOM. 



159 



HEALTH OF PORT. 



Ab shown by the weekly sanitary reports which have been sent fh>m this consa- 
late, the health of this port daring the year referred to in the foregoing report has 
been good. Neither here nor in any part of this consalar distoict has there been any 
aathenticaled case of Asiatic cholera. 



Statement $howmg the na9igaiion ai Ute port of Cork for the jear ended September SO, 

1S9S. 





Fraui— ' 


Entered. 


Total. 


Clearad. 




Flag. 


Steamers. 


Sailing yes- 
eels. 


Steamera. 


Sailing yes- 
eeb. 


Total. 


KpitJlh ...,r 


New York 

Blaok Sea 


JTo. 

a 

80 


Tont. 

8,560 

84,702 

7,224 

649 

514 

1,223 

4,068 

1.425 

1,405 

880 


ye. 


Tola, 




No. Tons. 


No. 


Tom. 
























Baltimore ■>■••••- • 




















BalUo 




















Bergen.... ..••.••. 


2 


463 
















Batonm ........... 
















Philadelphia 

Beanfor^ S. C 

Femandina 

Maxagan .■ 






































1 


490 


953 
55,150 






8 


953 


953 




48 


55,150 


55,150 




Ban l^mifidaoo. .... 


2 
3 

7 

1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
8 

2 
1 
2 

1 
6 
3 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


8.676 

1,776 

5,889 

679 

1,578 

160 

148 

765 

2,687 

1,355 

503 

1,300 

935 

4,562 

1,618 

1,271 

1.437 

478 

2G0 

1,021 

150 

1,046 

.988 








Buenoe Ayres 




















New Brimsirick . . 




















Portland. Ores.... 




















Talcalmano ....... 




















Gibraltar 




















Prance .... T «<• a ■■ . 






■*•••**• 








........ 






Bahia Blanoa. . . . . . 






13,671 
570 






18 


13,671 


13, 671 
570 


K«nrtgiJUi .. 


'N'orway 


1 


570 


1 


670 


Si John, New 
Brrinewiok r T -r « * . 










HobUe 




















Rirer Platte 




















PaiicaiFoala - r . « . • . . 




















Quebec ........■■•■ 




















^ew York 






13,050 

1,210 

2,708 

478 






23 


13,050 


13,050 
1,210 


ItaUan 


BnenoB Ayree 










Anttrian .... 


New York 

. ...do....... ••••■■■ 


1 


1,210 


1 


1,210 


5 

1 


2,708 
478 


2,708 
478 


EvwiiiD ..... 


BuBsia ......■•••■. 














Qaebeo. ........... 






1,281 






2 


1,281 


1,281 


SaaUh 


Iceland ........... 














Lvttleton ...■■.... 






1,106 
988 






2 

1 

55 
43 

12 


1,106 

988 


1,196 


G*rWMl , , . . r 


A'delaida .......... 










988 






60 
41 




?W) 






ToUl 


56,030 
49,040 


55 
43 


34,325 
21,080 


91,255 


56.030 

49,040 


34,325 
21,080 


91,255 


Total for preceding year... 


70. 120 ' 41 


70, 120 


Increa«€ 
Decreaai 


> ...a.. ........ ...... 


9 


7,890 


12 


13,245 


21, 135 9 


7,890 


13.245 


21, 135 


3 .......•...•.••.... 














I""" 











776 sailing vesaela and steamers called for orders, etc., with tonnage 649, 304 

237 departurea of transatlantic steamers, with tonnage 780,240 



Cork, December 16, 1893, 



LuciEN J. Walker, 

U, S, Consul, 



160 COMMEKCIAL RELATIONS. 

PAIiMOUTH. 

THE PILCHARD FISHERY. 

Abont 28,000 casks were put under oure during the past fsason. The seine fishery 
was much more sucoessfal than during the previous year, about 5,000 casks being 
secured through this medium, -whilst the remaining 23,000 casks were yielded by the 
drift-net fishing. Some 31,000 casks were exported to Italy, including about 5,000 
which remained on this side from the previous season, thus leaving about 2,000 casks 
as a commencement for the new campaign. A few casks were sent to the United 
States as usual. 

The seine fish contained rather a larger proportion of badly coated fish than is 
usual with drift, and were mostly bought up by speculators on this side. The price 
of drift fluctuated through the season between 24«. and 29«. to curers. The present 
tendency is for this article to be sent forward by more shippers and in smaller ship- 
ments than formerly, and to an increasing number of receivers, a lar^ portion being 
on consignment. This would have had a more prejudicial effect on listed prices dur- 
ing the past season if catches had been above the average. Some of the fish for Bari 
were landed at Brindisi. About 400 casks were sent to the United States. Immense 
buantities of herrings were caught in St. Ives Bay in November. From SOO to 400 
casks, cured as pilchards, found their way to Italy on consignment. The result 
was probably not more encouraging than previous attempts in the same direction. 

GOBKI8H MINES. 

I inclose an extract from one of the leading local newspapers which gives inter- 
esting information on this matter: 

Mineral atatUtioa of Deton and Cormodlh 

A blae book containing the mineral statistics of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland, with the Isle of Man, for the year 1892, prepared by Her Majesty's 
inspectors of mines, by direction of the secretary of state for the home dep^t- 
nient, has just been isHued. The sources from which minerals are obtained in the 
United Kingdom are classed under three heads: (1) Mines under the coal-mine 
regulation act; (2) mines under the metalliferous mines regulation act; (3) open 
works, brine works, etc., which are not comprised by these acts. The general sum- 
mary shows that coal, iron ore, and stone are the most important minerals worked 
in the United Kingdom. The following figures relating to copper and tin, which are 
the chief mining jproducts of Devon and Cornwall, show the qualities and Talues 
obtained by smelting from the ores in 1891 and 1892, the figures for the former year 
being given first: Copper, 719i tons, £40,708; 495^ tons, £24,746, a considerable 
decrease both in quantity and value as compared to the previous year. Tin, 9,353i 
tons, £881,139; 9,2511 tons, £892,982,* a slight decrease in quantity, but an increase 
in value. 

Six tons of ai timony ore was produced during the year at Trevinnick (Cornwall), 
the amount of metal obtainable by smelting being 2 tons 11 cwts., and the Talue of ore 
at the mine, £98. The previous year the amount of metal obtainable b^ smelting 
was 6 tons 18i cwts., and the value of ore at the mine, £250. The following figures 
are given with respect to arsenic (crude and refined, obtained by calcination at the 
mines): Cornwall, 2,569 tons, valued at £19,600; Devonshire, 2,547 tons, valned at 
£24,926; total for (Jomwall and Devonshire, 5,114 tons, valued at £44,526; total 
for the United Kingdom, 6,048i tons^ valued at £58, 593. 

For arsenical pyrites (exclusive of pyrites used in making the arsenic shown in 
the preceding table) the figures given are: Cornwall, 1,085 tons, valued at £1,067; 
Devonshire, 3,411 tons, valued at £3,921; total for the United Kingdom, 4,499 tons, 
valned at £4,988. 

Under the head of fire clay, china clay, etc., from open works Cornwall is put 
down as having produced 408,492 tons, value at the open works, £306,369; and 
Devonshire, 95,856 tons, value at the open works, £43,292. Details as to quantities 
shipped are as follows, the figures indicating tons: Charlestown, 65,837; Falmouth, 
18,649: Fowey. 187,897; Newquay, 4,624; Par Harbor, 90,634; Penryn, 961; Pento- 
wan, 28,636; Penzance, 2,380; Plymouth, 3,829; St. Acnes (tire clay), 485; Wade- 
bridge, Padstow Harbour, 979; sent to inland towns &om the Cornwall Kail way, 
8,581. 



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161 



In the general snmmaiy of the production of copper ore and copper precipitate, 
the following figures appear: 



GornwAll... 
DtTonahire. 



Copp«r 
ore. 



Tont. 
2,818 
2,818 



Metallic 
eopper ob- 

tuned by 
■meltfng. 



Ton$. 
200 
185 



Value of 

orea at the 

minea. 



£6,359 
4,242 



The amount of copper obtained by smelting British ores is about 4 per cent more 
than the amount calculated from the dry assay ; thus, in the case of an ore contain- 
ing 5 per cent of metal by dry assay the actual yield has been taken at 5j^ per cent. 
The Tftlne of the 495^ tons of metallic copper obtainable in 181^2, according to the 
mean of monthly prices of " best selected^ British copper in the London market for 
the year itf £24,746. Details of the Cornish and Devon mines, as follows : Dressed 
eopper. 2,813 tons, Talned at £6,859; Devonshire, dressed copper, 2,818 tons, valued 

aS JL4,^4^. 

Cornwall last year produced 73 tons of fluor s]^ar, value £41 ^St. Aubyn 19 tons, 
£10; We«t Damsel, &4 tons, £31). Treamble mine at Perranzabuloe produced 691 
tons of iron ore, the value at the mines being £156. Devonshire's contribution to 
the output of this mineral was, Bovey Tracey, 48 tons, value £100; Hawkmoor 
ihiming ore, 36 tons, £144; Holland, 2,472 tons, £618. The output of lead is very 
imall, the only mine being at Trevennick, St. Kew, Wadebridge, where 15 tons of 
<tf dressed lead ore resulted }n 11 tons being obtained after smelting, the value of 
Ihe ore at the mines being £105. In 1892, Bovey Tracey produced 4,247 tons of lig- 
nite, value £1,062, as compared with 4,664 tons, £1,360, the previous year. The Chil- 
laton Manganese Company (Limited) put out 840 tons of manganese ore, value 
£1,060. In the general summary of the production of ochre, uml^r, etc., Cornwall 
is represented as producing 196 tons, value £300; and Devonshire, 3,184 tons, value 
£6,^. The East Cornwall Slate Company, St. Neot, Llskeard, had an output of 
240 tons, value £344, while in Devon and Cornwall, together the production of roof- 
big slates and slate slabs from open works, amounted to 930 tons, value £1,424. 

The foUowing is a general summary of the produce of tin ore : 



Hinea and other works. 



OOBlfWALL. 

Tb flte obtained ftt>m minea 

n^ era obtained from open worka 

Cb ote obtained firom foreshorea, and the lefuae of dreaa 
frngtuan 

Total 

DBVONSHiaS. 

Tin era obtained from minea 

Total for the United Kingdom for 1892 

Tbtal for pravioaa year , 



Dreaaed tin 

ore (blaok 

tin). 



Amount of 

Unobtainable 

by amelting. 



Tont. OufU. 
12,890 19 
86 19 

1,282 9 



14,200 7 



96 4 



Tont. Owtt, 
8,879 3 
56 10 

760 9 



9,206 2 



64 19 



14,356 11 



9,270 1 



Value of the 

Ha ore at the 

minea or 

worka. 



£674,804 
4,864 

49,675 



728,933 



5. 



734,565 



14,488 1 



9,853 10 



785,240 



The value of the 9,270 tons 1 cwt. of metallic tin obtainable in 1892. according to the 
i&ean of monthlT prices of English block tin in the London market for the year, is 
£9H,ih3, Details of production are as follows: (1) Tin ore obtained from nunes. 

13357 O B n 



162 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



FALMOUTH AS A PORT OF CALL. 



The following list shows the number of yessels that arrived at Falmouth durinj^ 
the year ended December 31, 1892, exclusive of men of war and coasters : 



Nationality. 



British.... 
Norwegian 
German ... 
Italian — 

Danish 

Swedish . . . 

Dutch 

French 

Austrian . . 
Greek 



No. 



643 

254 

215 

94 

79 

68 

35 

34 

9 

7 



Tons 
register. 



650,522 

120,465 

162,699 

73,847 

24,624 

28,151 

27,100 

29,785 

4,777 

4,285 



Nationality. 



American 

Russian 

Spanish 

Brasllian 

Turkish 

Buenos Ayrean 
Chilian 

Total.... 



No. 



5 
7 
3 
8 
2 
1 
1 



1,450 



Tons 
register. 



7,079 

3,778 

1,516 

1,730 

333 

574 

587 



1,151,752 



During 1891 there were 1,485 ships, with an aggregate tonnage of 1,044,210, so it 
will be observed that the number of ships is aj^am less but the tonnage more. 
There were five American vessels as against two the previous year. 



IMPORTS FROM THE UNITED STATES. 



The importations into Falmouth waters from October 1, 1892, to September 30, 
1893, were as follows : 



Ships. 



Darwin 

Wydale 

Inga 

Glenberrie 

Hinda 

Archer 

Challenger 

Erling Skjalgson 



Tons reg- 
ister. 



499 

1,186 

1,360 

800 

442 

765 

1,400 



From— 



Florida 

New Orleans 

Mobile 

Oregon 

Florida 

Or<M:on 

— do 



558 Pascagoola 



Cargo. 



Phosphate 

Wheat 

Timber 

Wheat and flour 

Phosphate 

Wheat 

...do 

Timber 



Flag. 



British. 

Do. 
Norwegian. 
BriUah. 

Do. 

Do. 
Amerioan. 
Norwegian. 



During the corresponding period of the previous year there were but three oargoet 
imported from the United States, as against eight this year. 

IMPORTS FROM COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THE UNITED STATES. 

I have obtained the following information concerning these, but have no means of 
obtaining similar information respecting other ports in my consular district that are 
not in Falmouth waters : 



Cargoes. 



Num. 

berof 

vessels. 



Onions, potatoes, oysters, brick day 

Timber 

Timber, barley 

Explosives, bark, phosphate 

Timber 

Maize, barley 

Phosphate, pyrites of copper 

Sugar, potatoos, moss Utter 

Bones, wheat 

Barley 

Sand 

Timber 

Lemon peel 

Total 



68 



Whence Imported. 



12 France. 
11 Norway. 

8 Russia. 

7 Belgium. 

7 Sw^en. 

4 Turkey. 

4 Spain. 

4 I Holland. 

2 ' Argentine Bepublto. 

1 ; Denmark. 

1 : G^ermany. 

1 Canada. 

1 I Italy. 



U. 8. Consulate, 

I^mauih, Oetohmr g, iS9S. 



Howard Fox. 



EUROPE — ^UNITED KINGDOM. 163 

GAIiASHIEIiS. 

WOOLEN INDUSTRY. 

At the time of the last report, Noyember, 1892, the tweed trade was in a satisfac- 
tory condition. Bat dnring that month there was no animated demand, though 
prices were fairly well maintained. Some manufacturers were busy, while others had 
fewer orders than could have been desired. There was a feeling that a period of dnll- 
ness was to follow, but many were sienally successful with special lines of goods, 
such as ladies' dress material for the Glasgow and other markets. An encouraging 
amount of business was done with American and continental houses. In December 
the depressed condition of business began to make itself felt in the woolen industry. 
What orders were received were mainly for the next season, so that most of the 
operatives were put on short time, and a laree part of the looms were idle. The 
dnUness continued through January and February, but in March most of the 
madiinery was running on full time. This made a large turnout of goods, but there 
was not the usual briskness of trade, which is looked for in the spring months. 
Spinners were exceptionally busy, and, in some instances, were running double time 
to complete their contracts. In April the better qualities of home-grown and 
colonial wools were in fair demand, and in tweeds there was considerable improve- 
ment. The state of trade was still better in May. The fine and mild weather — 
warmest for Qiany years — ^had much to do with the increased demand for summer 
goods, of which the stocks in the hands of merchants had run low. 

In June there was a quiet time, the orders were not many nor large ; and in July 
it was still duller, but most of the looms were kept going. Spinners were well 
employed. 

August passed without improvement, but in September firesh orders came, and 
there was a more hopeful feeling ; more looms were in motion, and there was a great 
increase in production. It was expected that at the October wool sales there would 
be offered 100,000 bales less than at the sales in the preceding year. That would 
have an influence in raising prices and in increasing the demand. 

Generally the tweed trade is in a less satisfactory state than at the time of the 
last report, although, as stated, it has' improved considerably dnring the last few 
weeks. Still it is far from bein^ up to its normal condition, and the prospect of a 
busy vdnter is by no means bright. This is accounted for by hostile tariffs, the 
American silver question, the financial crisis in Australia, and the labor troubles 
which are disturbing all business in Great Britain. 

One of the leading manufacturers in Galashiels is about removing to Selkirk, and 
another new factory has been established in the latter place. During the whole 
year excellent, peaceful, and sympathetic relations have existed between employers 
and employed in this district. 

HOSIERY. 

The Scotch hosiery trade during the past year has been somewhat disappointing 
in comparison with exceptionally good trade of the winter of 1892. At that period 
itooks were well cleared out and manufacturers were anticipating a brisk demand 
for 1893. In some instances they have been kept well employed on winter hosiery 
ffoods, but those who make chiefly thin summer goods have had a very dull trade. 
The reasons for this are similar to those given in the preceding part of this report 
on the trade in woolen goods. During the general depression not only working 
people bnt the generally well-to-do classes, have not been able to purchase so freely 
as formerly. 

There is little direct exportation from this district to the colonies or to other coun- 
tries, though large quantities of Scotch hosiery are sent out of this country by mer 
chants in London, Manchester, Glasgow^ and elsewhere. Owing to the causes referred 
to these orders this year have fallen ofl^to a very considerable extent. 

AGRICULTURE. 

In the border district the hopes of farmers were realized to the fiillest. The hay 
erop was secured in excellent order, bnt the weight is about one-third less than the 
average. S^es were late, as the hay was made before the usual time, and because 
the rumors of total loss in the south of England and the lightness or the crop at 
home led to the expectation of extravagant prices, up to £8 or £9 per ton ($39 or 
^3.^), and in some instances the price of £8 was obtained. Good old hay sold in 
London at £7 ($34) and the best Lothian of last year's crop sold in this district at 
from £6-10 to £6*15 ($33.61 to $32.85). In this district new hay has been ofi'ered at 



164 COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 

£415 ($23.12) and probably from £5 to £5*10 ($24.33 to $26.76) may be taken as the 
average price. The farmers obtained a splendid second crop, almost doable the 
average, and this made up the deficiency of the first. 

The apprehensions concerning cereals were completely removed by the rains which 
came daring the ripening of the crops. Oats, the principal crop, nearly doubled its 
length of straw, while the favorable weather filled out the pinched heads with rich, 
heavy grain. Most of this crop was cut in August. In the upland reaches the oats 
were very heavy, and the season has been the best the farmers have had for many 
years. Oats are thrashing out well; the grain being dry and weighty; and the 
poorest quality is better than the best was last year. 

Barley improved during the growing season in the same way. Old-fashioned 
people who test this crop by the number of grains on the stalk say they found this 
year as many as fortVi while never before were more than thirty-six. Barley is also 
of good quality and weight, yielding about 6 per cent more weight than was 
expected. 

Prices for oats and barley are about the same as last year, bat firmer than at the 
beginning of the season, and they are expected to rise a little. 

Turnips were and are first-rate everywhere ; and not for many years have potatoes 
borne such splendid blossoms, always a sign of a good crop, and again proved in this 
instance. The weight per acre is at least one-third more than usual, wnile the qual- 
ity is of the best. Prices range from 32«. to 40«. per ton ($7.78 to ^.73), while last 
year at this date they ranged from 50«. to 60«. ($12.16 to $40.60), and in November 
sold for 5«. ($1.22) more. As feeding stuff the crop would be chea^ at present rates, 
and it is thought that if growers held on for awhile they would ultimatelv get better 
prices. There is no disease worth mentioning, either in '' regents " from Lothian8,or 
other kinds. 

One farmer observes that for all kinds of crops the weather could not have been 
better if it had been ordered before hand. 

The hill lambing season was practically over at the end of May, and the yield 
of lambs is much above the average. Lambs are said to be more numeroos than for 
twenty years poAt. although twins have not been so frequent as usual. Owing to 
the abundance or grass the ewes had a plenty of milk, and the lambs were well 
nursed. Naturally there has not been much, if any, improvement in prices. Fat 
stock prices have varied little. Beef has brought £2 ($9.73) per cwt., though not 
of prime quality. Lamb and mutton Sd. (16 cents) per pound. Youngfat sheep 
are still dear, the great supply of food enabling farmers to hold stock. The former 
want of grass was at an end, and grazing was abundant, while, in addition, turnips 
wete abundant. 

Owiuff to all-favoring, circumstances, the harvest was from three to four weeks 
earlier than usual. Reaping was begun in the early weeks of July, while durine the 

East thirty years this has not happened before the first week in August at the earuest. 
ideed, it has often been September before a sheaf was cut. It would be necessary 
to go back to the memorable dry summer of 1826 to find another instance of harvest- 
iiLg by Gala Water in July. By the first week in August, this year, harvesting was 
general over the district. 

Farmers are now busy plowing^ and though the soil is drier than usual, making 
the work hard in heavy clays, it is in excellent condition on friable soil. 

The vole plague, mentioned in the last report, is fast disappearing on the border, 
and seems likeTv soon to be a thing of the past. The voles having destroyed pas- 
turage in one place, left for another, but were followed by their natural enemies. 
Owls bred last year from January to July became extraordinarily plentiful, espe- 
cially as the gamekeepers protected them. But the notion that the plagae was 
caused by the destruction of owls and other birds of prey has been pretty much 
given up, as there was no excessive destruction of them previous to the coming of 
voles in such numbers. 

RiCHABD Less, 
Qmaular AgtmU 
Galashiels, Septemhtr, 189S, 



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165 



GXiASGOW. 

Statement 9how%tig the principal importefram the United Staiee at Glasgow for the year 

ending September SO, 1895, 



Articles. 



Beef cwt 

Lire cattle head 

Wheat bush 

Indian com ; do.. 

Flonr cwt 

Ottzneal do.. 

Butter do.. 

Cbeeae do.. 

Lud do.., 

Bacon do.. 

Salt pork...... ...... ..........do.., 

Hima do... 

Leather do... 



Quantities. 



114, 125 

26,448 

3, 184, 028 

1, 346. 009 

6, 213, 083 

187,327 

3.485 

64,859 

76,870 

52, 811 

5,521 

107, 828 

28,771 



Articles. 



Tallow cwt... 

Roain do... 

Shoe pegs bbls. 

Tobacco cwt. 

Oil cake bags. 

Canned meats cases. 

Apples bbls. 

Staves pieces . 

Lumber do . . . 

Logs do. . . 

Canned goods cases. 

Oats cwt. 

Clover seed bags . 



Qnantitie*. 



86,353 

122,907 

880 

62,996 

81,674 

79,819 

82.310 

722. OU 

459,640 

10,585 

11,060 

109,864 

10,688 



NAVIGATION. 



ArrivaU of eailing veaeeU at the harbor of Glasgow for the year ending June SO, 189S: 





Besoription. 


1893. 


1892. 




Number. 


Tonnage. 


Number. 


Tonnage. 


CoMting 


885 
100 


68,450 
50,164 


872 
146 


65,707 
70.790 


Foreign......... - - - 








Tntnl ,-. 


985 


118.614 


1,018 


136.497 











The following are the conntries to which the above foreign-going vessels belonged: 



Flag. 



Britsin and its dependencies 

Sweden 

Norway 

Boisia 

Germany 

Denmark .................... 



Num- 
ber. 


Tonnage. 


84 


10,388 


1 


528 i 


41 


21,045 


2 


562 


3 


2,117 


1 


266 




France 

Spnin 

lUly 

Austria 

United States 



Tonnage. 



2,009 



4 

3 
1 



1,795 

1.817 
637 



Arrivals of steam vessels at Glasgow for year ended September SO, 1892 and 1893, 



From— 



8ootlud 

Eneland 

Ireuind 

United Stotea 
All other.... 

Total.. 



1893. 



Number. 



9,258 

1,796 

2,314 

192 

814 



14, 374 



Tonnage. 



650,874 
865. 447 
587,323 
431,027 
801,816 



3, 336, 487 



1892. 



Number. 



9,630 

1,759 

2,291 

230 

817 



Tonnage. 



668V918 
856, 310 
5R6, 612 
495. 122 
769.660 



14,736 3,376,626 



Allen B. Morse, 

Consul, 



166 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONlS. 



HUDDER8FIELD. 



SILK SEALS AND PLUSHES. 



Value of declared exports of silk seals and plushes from the eousular district of 
Huddersfield from 1885 to 1892, inclusive (calendar years) : 



Vahio. 

1885 $430,941.11 

1888 737,706.85 

1887 903.193.42 

1888 818.650.06 

1889 603,858.93 



Vftlae. 

1890 $431,587.00 

1891 36, 805. n 

1892 78.47 

Total 4,022,01L56 



The foregoing fignres represent the total value of declared exports of silk seals and 
plashes to the United States from the consular district of Huddersfield for the years 
named, as shown by the invoice books of the consulate. 

Frank C. McGhee, 

Contuh 
HuDDERSFiELD, October 17, 1893, 



J£<xvS£i jl • 



CHOLESVA PRECAUTIONS. 



All questions of a sanitary nature have, during the past year, been of Buch general 
interest, in view of the possible extension of cholera throughout Western Europe, 
that I may be allowed to venture outside the limits of a commercial report and lay 
before the Department the information which is in my possession relating to the 
subject, BO far as this island is concerned. 

The sanitary committee of the States or governing body of Jersey, appreciating 
the danger which threatened the island, applied, early in the year to the local govern- 
ment board for assistance. An inspector came over and reported '' regarding meas- 
ures to be taken to prevent the introduction of cholera into Jersey, and to d^ witii 
cholera introduced into or occumng in Jersey." 

The recommendations are made under seven heads : 

(1) Medical inspection of vessels. 

(2) Special precautions in connection with persons by whom cholera is especially 
liable to be introduced into Jersey. 

(3) Isolation of persons suffering from cholera or from a disease which it is sus- 
pected may prove to be cholera. 

^4) Ambulance provision. 

(5) Disinfection. 

(6) General sanitary condition of the island, and 

(7) Regular inspection of districts. 

Dealing with these diiferent heads I am in a position to report: 

First. All vessels arriving from suspected ports must produce a clean bill of 
health and the crew and passengers are subjected to a medical examination. Ves- 
sels not provided with a clean bill of health must at a distance of 3 miles from 
the island fly a quarantine flag and await the medical officer's inspection. The com- 
mittee ^ives periodical notice of the ports which are declared to be suspected or 
infected. 

Second. The recommendations under this head have been carried out. 

Third. One suspicious case declared itself early in the season amongst the Breton 
laborers who come over every spring to assist in the potato harvest, out the sani- 
tary committee, after full inquiry, declared that it was not a case of cholera. Strict 
supervision and isolation of other Bretons in the immediate neighborhood were 
exercised and since then no death or suspicious case has, as far as I am aware, axisen. 
The recommendation as to extra hospital structures has not been carried out. 

Fourth. I understand that a suflicieut ambulance staff and assistants has been 
retained to deal with a possible outbreak. 

Fifth. The Breton laborers were all subjected to a process of disinfection. 

Sixth, (a) The island was divided into districts and medical officers retained to 

inspect. Careful inquiries were made and when defective drainage, water supply 

ventilation, etc., were discovered, the cases were reported to the committee, who at 

once called u|on proprietors to abate the nuisance. Much useful work has been 



BUBOPE — ^UNITBD KIKODOM. 



167 



done in this manner, (h) Witii regard to the water supply I am ahle to forward the 
report of the official analyst, which deals with the same suhject on pages 7 and 8 of 
his report. 
Seyenth. The inspection as recommended is carefolly carried out. 



POTATO CBOP. 



The retnms for this year's i>otato crop (export) shows a falling off as compared 
with the two last years both in quantity and price. 



Year. 



1891 
1802 



Quantity. 



TonM. 
66,810 
66,332 
57,762 



Prioe. 



£ 
487,642 
376, 535 
827,866 



1 

15 
18 



%=d$2, 878, 110. 19 

10= 1,832,411.42 

4=1,508,129.87 



During the last ten years the average annual quantity of potatoes exported amounts 
to 55,658 tons, valued at £334,755, or $1,629,085.20. 

\Vlien it is remembered that the area available for agriculture and horticulture is 
tboDt 20,000 acres, the importance of the potato crop as a factor in the island's pros- 
perity will be realized* 

FBRTILIZBR8. 

Whilst on the subject of potatoes it may be profitable to mention the fact that 
lirre quantities of g]aftno ^^^ artificial manures are used in promoting early growth 
tna good crops. These manures, mostly imported from* England, range in price 
from $29 to $58 per ton. I am unable to give any reliable figures as to the quantity 
consumed, but I am informed that the demand requires a supply of 4,000 tons, more 
or less. 

The amount of wheat grown in the island is relatively very small. The island 
depends largely, in the first instance, on England for its wheat supply. I under- 
stand the wheat is imported in a state of flour, and is sold at the average price of 
^.59 per 280 pounds. The price, depending on quality, ranges from $4.86 to $6.56. 
lean give no statistics as to the amount imported, but some idea of the amount 
consumed will be formed from the fact that the population of the island (1891 census) 
is 54,518. 

No direct trade is done with the United States in this respect. This appears 
aomewhat strange, inasmuch as the cost of transportation from the English port of 
arrival from the United States to Jersey is heavy, and would apparently allow a 
margin of profit to the American exporter, which is at present taken up by the car- 
riers. Wheat could be sent over either as grain or flour. Should any further 
information on this subject be required, I shall be very happy to make a special 
study thereof and re^rt. I may add that I am informed some years ago a direct 
wheat trade was carried on between the United States and' the Channel Islands. 

I have the honor to conclude my report with the following statistics, which are 
derived from the report of the Jersey chamber of commerce: 

THE TOURIST SEASON. 

Number of pasjenger$ arrived in the island during the months of May to September^ 

inclusive. 



Year. 



1888 

IW 
18M 

Utt 



From 
England. 



19,684 
20,881 
26,919 
28,352 
30,379 



From 
France. 



10.771 
11,234 
13, 716 
14,451 
14,982 



Total. 



80,455 
32,126 
40,636 
42,803 
46,861 



168 



COMMEBCIAIi RELATIONS. 

WINTER AND AUTUBUN SBA80N. • 



Number of piusengers arrived during the months of January to April, inolueiee, 

I 



Tear. 



1891 
1892 



From 
England. 


From 
France. 


6,368 
7,601 


1,387 
1,661 



Total. 



7,705 
•,25a 



Number of paesengera arrived during the monthe of October to December, inclusive. 



Year. 



1891 
1882 



From 
England. 


From 
France. 


6,364 
6,644 


1,608 
1,700 



Total. 



6,872 
8,344 



EXTRACTS FBOM THE ST719^SHINB BEGORBS, 1881-1880. 
[Published by the antfaority of the meteorological oonnoil.] 
Number of houre of bright sunshine. 



Date. 



1881-1890 

January 

February 

Harch 

April 

Kay 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

Ko vraaber 

December 



Num- 


ber of 


hours. 


681 


871 


1,491 


1,876 


2,431 


2,337 


2,304 


2,429 


1,754 


1,249 


654 


571 



Percent 

of poe- 

Bible 

sunshine. 



81 
41 
46 
58 
48 
48 
55 
47 
88 
24 



Number of hours of bright sunshine, 1881-1890, 



Year. 



1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1886 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



Total 

Average of 10 years. 



January 
to June. 



968 

1,006 

1,079 

1,004 

954 

910 

1,107 

858 

863 

938 



July to 

De- 
cember. 



1,011 
841 
808 
852 
032 
899 

1,019 
849 
861 
889 



TotiL. 



1,979 
1,847 
1,887 
1,856 
1,886 
1,809 
2,126 
1,707 
1,724 
1,827 



18,648 
1804.8 



Jersey is the only station recording in any month, on the mean of the 10 years, an 
ftTerage of even one-half of its possible duration of sunshine; 52 per cent was 
registered there in May and 55 per cent in August. The highest figure for any other 
station was only 48 per cent. 

Taking shorter periods than a month, higher figures are to found. Thus, for 




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169 



POST-OFFICE, JRRSBT. 

StaUmenifor the year 189^, 9howing ihs increase in the various branches of duty since 1S9U 



Description. 



Lattcra dellrered 

Letten posted 

Pixtds posted 

Pweels deliTered 

Lettan registered 

Postal orders issued and cashed 

Mosey orders issued and cashed 

SiTiags bank transactions 

Postsfe stamps sold, including payment for telegrams. 

Tovninboffices 

CoQotry suboffices 

GMh remitted to London 

Sstsined for special purposes 



1891. 



2,633.332 
2,082,444 
48.489 
55,200 
17, 732 
55,527 



5,106 



5 

18 

t £28, 000 

£4.000 



1892. 



2,508,024 

1,093,977 

54,687 

58,801 

10,825 

60,411 

16,346 

5.311 

* £11, 643 

6 

21 

: £28. 068 

§£4,000 



*$56,660.66. t$136,262.00. |$139,512.82. $$10,466.00. 

ITon.— The basiness transaoted at the saboffioea, so far as items 6, 7, 8, and are concerned, is not 
iaohided in this retnm. 

No American ship has reported itself to me daring the past year. 

£. B. Renouf, 
Consular Agent. 
Jsbset, September SO, 189S, 



IiBITH. 



HERRmO FISHERY. 

Owing to the nnnsnal warmth the fishing season on the east coast of Scotland 
opened early, the herring having visited the coast much sooner than in former years. 
The largest proportion of the catch was secured in the month of July. 

Fraserburgh takes the lead in this industry with 245,960 orans,* nearly 15,000 
more than last year. The average for the 805 boats employed in the district is 305^ 
enas. At Peterhead 175,000 orans were landed, an increase of 27,000 orans over last 
yev. Its 527 boats have an average of 328 crans. At Aberdeen the figures of last 
Tear were exceeded hy 5,300 crans, 447 boats having landed on an average 250 crans. 
The season in the Moray Firth did not last more than six or seven weeks, and during 
that time the boats in the Buckie district secured an average of 213 crans. At 
Helmsdale the average is 145 crans for 104 boats ; at Lybster. 110 crans for 61 boats; 
at Wick, 168 crans for 314 boats. The early fishing at the Orkney and Shetland sta- 
tions was fairly successful, but the later fishing was a failure. The fishing at Shet- 
land has been the poorest for twelve years, only 5,320 crans having been caught, as 
igainst 16,545 last year. The boats from Orkney fared better, securing 9,600 orans, 
igainst 4,272 last year and 15,3^ in 1891. 

A farther reason for the early start this year was the failure of fishing on the west 
eoast : and, besides, the exceptionally fine quality of herrings caught in July led to an 
early curing for the continental market-s. The unusually heavy catch in July caused 
a drop in prices, but on the whole the season is considered the best for many years. 
The season having ended early, it is believed iJiat better prices will yet be obtained 
for the remaining stock. 

Up to September 1, about 600,000 barrels had been shipped, viz : From Fraserburgh 
208,245 barrels; Peterhead. 110,615; Aberdeen, about 64,000; Wick, 28,000; Shet- 
land, 58,000; Buckie, 11,043; Leith, 60.000; Montrose, 15,011. 

Almost the whole of the catch was sold by auction, boats having been engaged only 
at Orkney, Shetland, Lybster, and Stonehaven. The engaged prices were from 128. 
(12.92) to 14«.(^.41) percran; and this may be considered the average price throagh- 
ont the season for herrings " sold at the bell." To figure more closely, it may be 
stated that for " green " fish the average price of the season was about 13«. 6d, 
(^.28^) per cran. 

The fluctuations in price were such as to make it impossible to know from day to 
day what would be realized from a catch. 



•The cran contains 371 gallons; holds from 800 to 850 herrings, which weigh about 
Si cwt (392 pounda). 



170 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Some crews received from £300 to £610 ($1,459.95 to $2,968.56), while others, 1 
fortanate, barely cleared expenses. There were hired men^in great numbere y^ 
received each one-twelfth of the earnings of a boat. Women for gutting r^cox.** 
Sd. (say 16 cents) per barrel, and 3<f. an hour for other work. Carters earned sk'i^ 
£20, or $97.33 for the season, and laborers about £10, $48.66. From 10,000 to l^f^. 

Seople, mostly from the Highlands, came to work in Fraserburg, for the se^*^^ 
early all had savings to carry home. ^ 

At Peterhead the earnings of men in good boats have been from £16 to £30 ($^Jli 
to $145.99), say £20 ($97.33) on an average for the period of twelve weeks. The ^ 
is that the boat and nets receive one-half and the men the other half. ^1 

The usual cost of barrels has been from 3«. (73 cents) to 3tf. 4d. (81 cent«). & ^g 
were imported from Sweden, but most were made in Scotland, and the prospect^^ * 
employment among the coopers during the coming winter are good. 

Cured herrings are exported principally to Hamburg, Dantzic, Stettin, Li 
Eonie^sberg, Memel, Riga, and St. Petersburg. They are carried mostly by si 
vessels. I^ reights to the upper Baltic were It. 6d, (36 cents) per barrel ; to the l(r 
Baltic, la. 3d. (30 cents), and to Hamburg, la. 2d. (28 cents). 

The quality has been extraordinarily good, the large proportion being "fulls" 
"matties," and very few "spents."* The curers have all done well. 

There have been very few accidents and, as far as can be learned, no fatali 
There were losses of nets in the Orkneys and Shetlands, owing to the great nuup^ 
and ferocity of dogfish in those waters. 

Fishing boats vary in size, but the following may be taken as average measix 
ments of the best : Length over all, 55 feet : length of keel, 53 feet ; breadth of be 
18 feet ; depth of hold. 7 feet 9 inches. The average cost is about £540 ($2,627. 
The largest boats carry seven men and a boy. 

The following table shows the total catches at the various stations and distric 
for the present and three preceding years : 





DlBtrictB. 



Fraserburgh 
Peterhead .. 
Aberdeen... 

Boddam 

Macdaff .... 

Banff 

Bnckie 

Findbom . . . 
Cromarty . - . 
Helmsdale . . 

Lybnter 

Wick 

ScrabBter ... 

Orkney 

Shetland . . . . 
Stonehaven . 
MontroHe . . . 
Anstruther . 

Leith 

Syemonth . . 

Total. 



1883. 


1892. 


1891. 


Orana. 


Orana. 


Orana. 


245,960 


231, 713 


150,558 


176,000 


146,000 


102,000 


111, 745 


106, 432 


78,169 


7,340 


8,790 


6,325 


12,939 


12,308 


7,793 


1»676 


4,608 


3,821 


23,255 


31,431 


80.765 


15,000 


18,974 


19,877 


5.108 


4,669 


1,408 


15,086 


14,827 


18,060 


6,738 


4,554 


4,933 


62, 747 


29,550 


31,520 


30,250 


12, 730 


15,000 


29.600 


13,700 


27.005 


69,760 


30,800 


75, 195 


14,200 


13,020 


8,87^ 


37,800 


39, 861 


25,231 


3,191 


3.540 


2.750 


8,000 


11,882 


6,105 


49, 000 


56,000 


41,^000 


902,390 


794,869 


650,967 



1890. 




831,606 



NOTB.— The cran is about 392 pounds. 



LEITH HARBOH. 

In May, 1893, work was begun upon a new dock, to be completed in seven years, 
which will be 1,100 feet long, 450 feet broad, and 40 feet deep. The entrance lock at 
the middle of the east pier will be 350 feet long, 65 feet ^\ ide, and from 25 to 30 feet^ 
deep, according to the tide. There has been an increase of trade bv large steamers 
from the United States, and at times these have had to discharge by lighters, or wait 
for higher tides ; but this difficulty will be done away with by the new dock. There 
will also be communication with the Albert Dock, so that vessels can pass into the 
existing docks on that side through the new one. 

To form this dock about 60 acres of foreshore, between the east pier and the 
Black Rocks, will be reclaimed by a sea wall nearly a mile in length. This will pro- 
vide space on which sheds, warehouses, and cranes will be erected, besides fumish- 



*NoTE. — "Fnlls," full-grown fish with milts and roes; "matties," younger her- 
ring; "spents,'' spawned herring. 



EUROPE UNITED KmODOM. 



171 



ing accommodations for railway traffic. It will be necessary to deepen the fairway 
of the harbor so as to give 16 feet at low water at spring tides. This will enable 
coasting steamers to enter at any time. 

Until 1806 the whole accommodation for shipping consisted of the old or inner 
harbor, formed by the bed of the water of Leitb, fQong which the quays had been 
built. In 1806 and 1817 two docks were opened by the Edinburgh corporation at a 
cost of about £300,000 (say $1,460,000). The depth over the sill for these docks is 
17i feet at spring tides and 13 leet at neap tides. 

In 1852 was opened the Victoria Dooir, with a depth of 19 feet at neap tides, and 
ftta cost of £185,000 (about $900,950). As trade was increasing and larger vessels 
were required, land was taken on the east side, and in 1869 the Albert Dock was 
opened. It is 1,1(X) feet long, 450 feet broad, with a lock 350 feet long, 60 feet wide, 
with a depth over the sill at ordinary spring tide of 25^ feet. 

The cost of this was £350,000 ($1,704,500). In the same year the Prince Albert 
GrsTine Dock was opened at a cost of £60,000 ($292,200.) 

The Edinburgh Dock was opened in 1881. It is 1,500 feet long, 650 feet wide, with 
ftjetty 1,000 feet long in the center, giving 6,000 feet of quayage. It cost about 
£500,000 ($2,435,000.) 

In 1656 there were belonging to the port 3 vessels of 250 tons, and 11 of 20 tons. 
In May, 1893, there were 192 vessels, with a gross tonnage of 161,697. In 1^2 the 
nnmber of arrivals of sailing vessels was 4,0&, having a gross tonnage of 261,360 
tons, and of steamers 670, having a gross tonnage of 88,926; while in 1892 the 
urivals of sailing vessels were 1,009, total tonnage 139,816; and of steamers 3,839, 
total tonnage 1,2^1,915. The total arrivals in 1852 were 4,682 vessels of 350,286 tons, 
and in 1^92 4,^8 vessels of 1,424,731 tons, showing that while the increase of the 
nnmber of vessels in forty years was only 166, the increase of the tonnage was 1,074,445 
tons. Tliis gives some idea of the great increase in size of vessels m recent times. 
The cost of the docks and harbor up to this time has been about £1,750,000 
($8,51^,500). A plan of the harbor and docks of Leith is herewith inclosed. 

Principal imporU of foreign and colonial produoU at the port of Leith during the year 

1892, 



Article. 



Ajumalft, liTio ff : 

Oxen, balu, coirs, and calvee, 
number 

HorMS number. 

Bones (except whale fins) tons . 

Ciootcboac cwt . 

QieiDical roanafactoree and prod- 

licta(Talae) 

Cocoa ...pouuds. 

Coffee cwt- 

Coni (crain): 

Wheat cwts. 

Barley do.. 

Oats do.. 

Beans do.. 

Indian corn or Tuaize do. . 

Wheat, meal, and flonr do. . 

Cotton: 

Kaw do.. 

Mannfactnrea (valne) 

Dra^ bark. PeruTlan .... cwt. 

Djet and dyeing stuffs, obtained 

ifvm coal tar (valne) 

Tarinaceoos sabstances, not other- 
viie enumerated (value) 

n« cwt. 

Fruit: 

(>arrant8 do. . 

Oranges aud Icuiona bnah. 

Bai.Hiiifl cwt. 

Ajiplea, rnw bush. 

rneimnMtnitfcd, raw do.. 

61a»s,of all kinds cwt. 

Hem p do.. 

!><!«. raw do.. 

flops do.. 

•Dte tons. 

Mather - ponnds. 

J*»ther j^Ioves dozen pairs. 

li^ 3' am... .....-•• pounds. 



Quantities. 


200 


1,392 


5,508 


072 


£78,704 


86,854 


106 


2,320,007 


1,674,298 


454,361 


249,001 


113, 027 


874, 341 


1,202,010 


007 


£58. 198 


6 


£74,766 


£80, 400 


249,004 


3,607 


80,702 


2,405 


166, 810 


20,707 


125, 659 


114. 282 


6,926 


5,535 


10 


193. 820 


1,296 


8,680,038 



Article. 



Manures: 

Guano tons.. 

Phosphate of lime and rock. do. . . 

Unenumerated do... 

Metals: 

Copper- 
Ore andref^lus do. .. 

TJnwronght and part 

wrought tons. . 

Iron- 
Ore.......... .......... do... 

Pig do... 

Iron and steel manufactures, un- 
enumerated cwt. . 

Prrites of iron or copi>er.ton8. . 
Zuio, crude, and manufactures 

of cwt. 

Oils: 

Tridn, blubber,and sperm.tons. . 

Palm cwt.. 

Seed tons.. 

Oil-seedcake ...do... 

Onions bush . . 

Painters* colors (value) 

Paper of all kinds (except hangings) 

cwt 

Petroleum galls., 

Provisions: 

Bacon and hams cwt.. 

Be^f, salted and fresh do. . , 

Pork, salted hikI frt'sh do. . 

Meat,unenumeruted, preserved, 

cwt 

Butter cwt. 

Margarine do.. 

Cheese do.. 

Eggs great hundreds . 

Fish cwt. 

Lard do.. 

Potatoes cwt. 

Kice do.. 



Quantities. 



2,035 
7,025 
2,431 



471 

25 


5 

67,542 
7,656 

46,186 

67 

1,704 

2,603 

16,744 

222. 235 

£51,004 

110, 270 
685.702 

0,170 

82 

23,341 

730 

166, 972 

08.750 

62. 397 

775, 040 

81, 392 

20, 918 

1,457 

75,503 



172 



COMHEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



Principal imparU of foreign and colonial products at the port of Leiik, ete. — Continued. 



Artiole. 


Qoantitlea. 


Article. 


Quantities. 


Bags and other materials for mak* 

in g paper tons . . 

Saltpeter and cubic niter owt. . 

Seeds: 

Clover and graas do... 

Cotton tons.. 

Flax or linseed qrs.. 

Rape do... 

fiHk* 


24,234 
220,300 

20, 474 

4,151 

21,720 

439 

6 
£242 

100,817 

819 

164.633 

43,755 

64,162 


Sugar: 

Refined cwt.. 

Unrefined do... 

Ti^owand stearine do... 

Tea lbs.. 

Tobacco: 

TTnmanufaotured do... 

Manufactured do . . . 

Veiretables. raw (value) 


1,054.600 

610.113 

10.706 

6,168 

2,000,884 

15,658 

£21,987 


Kaw lbs.. 

Mann&ctures fvalae) 


Wme gallons.. 

Wood and timber: 

Hewn loads.. 

SawnorspUt do... 

Staves do... 

Mahogany tons.. 

Wool, sheep or lambs lbs.. 

Woolen yam do... 

Woolen manufactures (value) 


437.296 


Skins, sheep and lambs, undressed, 
number. - 


7,768 
107,094 


Spirits: 

Kum proof gallons.. 

Brandy do 

Geneva do 

Other unsweetenedspirita.do. . . 


3.304 

4 

1,511,318 

4.957,930 

£139,371 



Value of total importa at Leith during— 

1892 

1891 * 



$51,944,779 
49.860,051 



Increase 2^ 064, 731 

Principal exports at the port of Leith during the year 1892, 



HOME PRODUCTS. 



Articles. 



Alkali cwt.. 

Apparel (value) 

Arms and ammunition : 

Firearms (small) number. . 

Of all other sorts (value) 

Bags and sacks, empty, for packing 

merchandise dosens. . 

Beer and ale barrels.. 

Books, printed cwt.. 

Butter do.. 

Candles, of all sorts lbs.. 

Caoutchouc, manufactures of (value) 
Cement, for building and engineer- 
ing purposes tons. . 

Chemical products and preparations 
(including dye stuff's) (value) — 
Coal, coke, cinders, and patent fuel, 

tons 

Cotton yam lbs.. 

Cotton manufactures : 

Piece goods yards . . 

Of all other sorts (value) 

Earthen and china ware, of all 

sorts (value) 

Fish, herrings barrels. . 

Glass, of all sorts (value) 

Haberdashery and millinery (value) 
Hardware and cutlery, unenumer- 

ated (value) 

Hat«, of all Horts dozens . . 

Jute yarn lbs . . 

Jute,' piece goods yards . . 

Leather : 

Unwrought ..cwt.. 

Wrought, boots and shoes and 
other sorts uncuumerated 

(value) 

Wrought, saddlery and harness 

(value) 

Linen yarn lbs.. 

Linen 'manufactures: 

Piece goods yards . . 

Thread, and uneuumoiated 
(value) 



Quantities. 



1,424 
£3,107 

3 
£148 

54,426 

2,737 

436 

31 

18,000 

£92,009 

12 

£51,737 

465,754 
55,000 

2, 480, 100 
£366,795 

8,641 

66,868 

£2,971 

661 

757 

456 

1,917.100 

4, 352, 500 

1,110 



£9,623 

75 
3, 554, 700 

3, 978, 400 

£66,;j79 



Articles. 



Machinery and mill work of all sorts 
(value) 

Manure including sulphate of am- 
monia and other chemical m»- 

npres tons.. 

Met<ala: 

Iron— Pig, puddled, bar, angle, 

and wire tons. . 

Railroad, of all aorta. do.. . 
Iron and steel, unwrought .do. . . 
Iron, of all other aorts mcluding 
manufactures of steel . . tons. . 
Copper— 

Unwrought owt. . 

Wrought or manufactured, 
and yellow metal. . . cwt.. 

Tin, unwrought do... 

Oil, seed tons.. 

Painters' colors and materials 

(value) 

Paper of all sorts owt. . 

Provisions, including meat (value) . 

Salt, rock and white tons . . 

Silk, manufactures of all sorts, in- 
cluding mixed f value) 

Skins and furs, of all sorts (value) . . 
Spirits, British and Irish, proof gal- 
lons 

Sugar, refined and candy owt. . 

Tek'^aphic wires and apparatus 

(value) 

Wuol. sheen and lambs lbs. . 

Woolen ana worsted yam do. . . 

Yarn, alpaca, and other sorts., do... 
Woolen and worsted manufarturea : 

Woolen tissues yards. . 

Worsted coatings and stuffs, 

yards 

Flannels and carpets yards. . 

Blankets pairs. . 

Of all other sorts (value) 



QuAntitieB. 



836,634 



32.812 



42,551 

16 

7,175 

3,486 

7,092 

9 

6 

2,472 

£4,096 

17,988 

£6,056 

54 

£512 
£14,862 

204,925 
116.514 

£399 

162,500 

1,049.200 

300 

385,700 

100 

161,900 

175 

£10,604 



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173 



Ftineipal exports at the port of Leith during the year i^9f— Continned. 

FOBEIGK PRODUCTS. 



Articles. 



Bioon and hams owt. 

Butter do.. 

HirgMine ..........•..*...... do . . 

Cheese do.. 

Coffee ...do.. 

Oora (erain): 

Wneat cwt . 

Wheat meal and floar do. . 

Cotton: 

Kaw do... 

Manafactares (value) 

Ibz, dreeaed and andreued, and 

tow owt.. 

Itnit, raaiss do... 

Gsano tons.. 

Hemp, dressed and undressed, and 

tow cwt.. 

Hides, raw do... 

Jate tons.. 

leather lbs.. 



Quantities. 



61 

1,310 

139 

81 
372 

1,M4 
108 

7,232 
£27 

460 

IB 

6 

240 

8 

106 

8,100 



Articles. 



Metals, iron bars tons. 

Rice cwt. 

Seeds, rape qrs. 

Silk, manufactnres of (value) 

Spirits: 

Brandy proof ffallons. 

Rom do 

Geneva do 

Other unsweetened spirits, 

proof gsUons 

Sosar, reHned, and candy cwt. 

Tallow and stearine do... 

Tea lbs.. 

Tobacco: « 

TTnmanDfMjtored do . . . 

Manufactured, of all kinds, 

pounds 

Wine gals.. 

Wool, sheep and lambs' lbs. . 



Quantities. 



1 

3,149 

392 

£80 

488 

24,068 

679 

441 

1,554 

1 

3,725 

6,479 

10,832 

4,681 
83,530 



Total value of exports : 

Home products $17,297,016 

Tan&ga. 390,342 

Total, during 1892 17,687,357 

Total, during 1S91 18,739.674 



Decrease. 



1. 052, 817 



Statement showing the navigation at the port of Leith for the year ending August 31, 1893, 



flsg and from and to. 



BBITXSH. 



UoitBd states 

lusia: 

Northern porta 

Southern ports 

lorwaj 

Sttmark , 

Gcnnany . ......... .......... 

Holland 

Bolginm ■ 

fnnce 

Sjpsin 

Fortugal 

Ihly.T 

Austria 

ToAey 

lomnania 

Igypt 

BmU 

CUle.A 

Cbiaa-T 

iU other countries 

British Possessions: 

Korth American colonies 

(]!hannsl I^nds 

Jisst Indiss 

Anstralia 

All other porta 



Entered. 



Steamers. 



No 
. 53 

61 
19 



43 

249 

191 

134 

74 

20 

9 



8 
15 
12 

1 



23 
3 



RUSSIAN. 

Knssia: 

Kortiiom porta. 
»wedsB. ... ......... 

Verway 

Dmnark 

Oermanv 

Hdgfi ' 



Tom. 
85,719 

37,193 
21, 115 



35,678 
143, 749 
64,556 
76,531 
38,104 
11,923 
2,949 



4,457 
15.916 
13.561 

1,039 



1,190 



23.196 
3,576 



529 

...1 



Sailing 
vessels. 



Ko. 



2 



8 



6 
1 



2 
1 



TofM. 
5,228 

385 



91 

441 
157 
591 



345 



8,037 



1,310 



1,848 



Total. 



No. 
58 

53 
19 



43 

250 

194 

136 

81 

20 

11 



3 
15 



Tons. 
90,947 

37,678 
21,115 



36,678 
143,885 
64,997 
76,688 
38,696 
11,923 
3,294 



4,457 
15,916 



12i 18,561 
1 1, 039 



4,236 



28 24,506 



3,576 



1,841 
250 



880 

8561 



Cleared. 



Steamers. 



No. 
23 

43 



3 

47 

284 

144 

132 

62 

4 

10 

23 

2 

2 



3 



1,848 



1,870 
260 



1 

i 



Sailing 
vessels. 



Tons. No. 
41,672 2 



41,080 



1,844 

88,245 

160,807 

53,653 

75,164 

35,354 

1,936 

3,048 

27,654 

4,457 

2,552 



3,509 



4,70n 
8,648 



1.672 



875 



880.. 
S56U. 



4 

1 
1 
8 



Tons. 
4,836 



619 
229 



682 



3,239 



614 

248 
87 



1,711 



1,076 
250 
855 
817 



Total. 



No. 
25 

43 



8 

47 



Tons. 
46,508 

41,060 



1,8U 

38,245 

287;i61,426 

147 53,882 

75,164 

36,086 

1,986 

3,048 

27,654 

2,487 

2,562 



132 

67 

4 

10 

23 

2 

2 



8 



4 
1 
1 
8 



3,509 
8,239- 



4,708 
4,262 

248 

87 

1,672 

1,711 

876 



1,076 
260 
866 
817 



174 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement showing the navigation at the port of Leith, etc, — Continued. 





Entered. 


Cleaved. 


Flag and Arom and to. 


Steamers. 


Sailing 
yessels. 


Total. 


Steamers. 


Sailing 
vessels. 


TotsL 


SWEDISH. 

Bnssla : Xorthem porta 

Sweden -. 


No. 
1 


lon9. 
446 


No. 
2 
23 


Tona. 
473 
5,202 


No. 
3 
23 


Tout. 
919 
5,202 


No. 

1 
2 


Tona. 
329 
400 


No. 

1 

19 
3 

1 


Tons. 
114 

4,273 
800 
174 


No. 

2 
21 

3 

1 


Ton 

< 
4.< 


Denmark 






{ 


German V ....,,... .--t 


















^ 


Spain 














2 


756 


2' 'r 


^11 otiier conntrifM .......... 


1 


412 






1 

4 

9 
1 

75 
8 

28 
2 
1 
3 


412 

2,557 

2,629 

1.128 

16,874 

687 

2,958 

710 

126 

888 










NOBWBQIAir. 

T7nit«d States..- 


.... 

4 
9 

• • a • 

52 

3 

22 

1 
1 
1 


2,557 
2,629 

'sisoi 

687 
1,535 
373 
126 
285 






1 
2 


1,495 
1,391 


1 

8 


l.< 


Busiiia : 

NortherikDorts 






1 


484 


1.1 


Sonthdm norts .......... 


""" 1 
23 


i,i28 
8,570 




Norway. 


3 

1 
8 


1,391 

355 

1,902 


40; 7,082 
2 fi02 


43 

8 

24 

1 


8,- 

1 


Sweden.......... 


I)enniark 


6 

1 


1,423 
337 


16 

1 


2,232 
256 


4, 


German V .................... 


1 


Hollan d 








France 


2 


603 














Italy 


4 
2 
1 

1 


4,206 

2,448 

146 

1,320 






4 


I \ 


Austria 


















2 2.4 


Brazil 














1 
2 

1 


246 
1,338 

839 


2 
3 

1 
1 

1 
2 


: 


All othflr 'w>TiTit'HMi - - 


1 


989 


2 
3 


1,338 
2,248 


3 


2,327 
2,248 


2.i 


British Posaessions : 

North American colonies . 


J 


West Indies 






1 


1,042 


i.< 


DANISH. 

Russia : Vi orthem i>orts 

Norway 


5 


1,867 


22 

14 

13 

13 

3 

1 

1 


4,071 

1,459 

1,726 

1,435 

718 

100 

90 


27 
14 
13 
70 

4 
1 
1 


5,938 

1,459 

1,726 

15,717 

885 

lUO 

90 


1 
2 
3 
26 
2 


158 
338 
598 
3,010 
409 








1 


Sweden 










3 i 


Denmsrk 


67 
1 


14,282 
167 


52 


12, 6U 


78 15, < 
2' 4 


Germany 


Holland 










Belgium 


















British Possessions : Channel 
Islands 








• 


1 


133 


1 


, 


OKBMAN. 

United States 


1 
2 


1,229 
972 






1 
9 


1,229 
2,605 








Russia : Northern ports 


7 


1,633 


...J. 




2 

1 


471 
112 


2 

1 

\ 

108 


4 


Norway 








Sweden 






1 

4 

23 

3 


107 

526 

2,973 

304 


1 
4 
31 
3 
1 
1 
2 
3 

1 


107 
526 

6,496 
304 
444 
154 

2,392 
367 

965 


1 


246 


i 


Denmark *.. 






■'2 

97 


194 
10,694 






8 


2,622 


1: 


7,164 


17.' 


Holland 


*■ I 


France 


1 


444 














Portu sral 


1 
2 
3 

1 


154 

2,392 

367 

965 














Chile? 




• 














All other countries 


















British Possessions : Austra- 
lia 










1 

1 
3 
1 
6 


055 

281 

1,137 

328 

421 


1 

1 
8 

1 


1 


DUTCH. 

Bnssla: Northern ports 










< 


Sweden 


1 


4 


1,445 


4 


1,445 






1.: 

1 


Denmark 








Germany 




1 
8 


96 
1.260 


i 

74 
43 

8 

1 


96 

41,528 

22,698 

3,296 

1,113 






1 


Holland 


71 

43 

8 


40,268 

22,698 

3,296 


65 

47 
5 


37, 018 

25,062 

2,062 


65 

47 
6 


37 1 


Belgium 






2,< 


France 










British Possessions: Aus- 
tralia 


1 


1,113 






FBENCH. 

Norway 




.A 






1 
3 

1 
1 
2 


106 
233 

681 

606 

1,264 


1 
8 

1 
1 
2 




France 






7 


690 


7 


690 






4 


rrAUAN. 
Italy 










1 


Austria 


















1 


All other countries 






2 


£,369 


2 


1,369 






1,: 



JSUROPE UNITED KINGDOM. 



175 



Statement ahomng the navigation at the port of Leithf etc* — Continued. 



FUg and from or to. 



AUSTRIAir. 



AnftrU 

GRECIAN. 

AH other countries . . 

POBTUOUBSB. 

Fmingal ............ . 



Total 

Total 1802 



Increase. 
Decrease 



Entered. 



Steamers. 



4 

1 



Tom 
3,728 



1,045 



1. 140 687, 401 
1,174 708,364 



84 



20,903 



Sailing 
vessels. 



No. 



293 



Ton9. 



277 



Total. 



No, 



66.787 



Tom. 
3,728 

1,046 

277 



Cleared. 



Steamers. 



No. 



30270,203 



9; 8,416 43 



1,433 754,248 

1,476,778.567 



24,319 



Tons. 
4,978 



1, 003 803, 705 
997,588, 661 



Sailing 
vessels. * 



No. 
1 



Tom. 
535 



277 



6; 15,044 



279 58,246 
328,70, 149 



49,11, 904 



Total. 



No. 



6 



Tom. 
5,513 



277 



1,282 601,950 
1, 325 658, 810 



43 



3,140 



Valite of declared exports from Leith and GalaehieU to the United States during the year 

ending September SO, 189S. 



Articles. 



LKTTH. 

Ale 

fisths,-flreela7 

Biaeaits 

Books , 

BrMs-wire cloth 

Breeding animal (cpUie dog) . . . 

BroDxe medallions 

Batter 

Canvas, Tynecastle 

Caraets 

Ceuoloid goods 

Cement 

Coal 

Compoeition, antifoaling 

Corkwood 

Curry powder 

C^cle tires and rims 

fngravings 

Firebricks , 

Fishing-net seines 

Fish, preserved 

Freestone 

Fruit preserves 

Fomiture 

Gelatine 

Glassware 

Globe covers 

Golf goods 

Grass seed 

Grindstones ".. 

Guns 

HertingSt kippered and salt — 
Household and personal effects. 

Jewelry 

leather goods 

Lemon and lime juice 

Unen goods 

ICachinery 

Mans..... 

Medicinal preparations 

Model of statue 

Moquette 

Kapeiy 

Oleostearine 

Oil iMftintings 

OUs 

Oxide of iron 

Paper 

Paper stock 

Plaster casta 

Potatoes 

Printing ink 

PBwiBkiia,prM orv 6d 



Quarter ending- 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



$5,461.63 



1, 510. 48 
7, 265. 06 
2,570.97 



843. 17 



3, 867. 83 



1,034.82 
237.30 



720.83 

33, 381. 92 

869.22 



818.04 
"i"822.'ii 



240.77 
668.17 



2,638.29 
8,392.90 



244.80 



3,510.45 
778.39 
167.12 



2,556.66 

8,030.06 

197.82 



740.86 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$12,642.18 



1,128.06 

18. 649. 18 

6,813.77 



297.26 
126.45 



376.28 
14, 558. 93 



1,308.81 

350.39 

127.87 

29.93 



66, 631. 01 
387.06 



1, 219. 30 



402.82 



1,704.65 
6, 677. 08 



243.75 
130. 18 
7,891.64 
8.V..80 
881. 10 



8,805.13 
6, 832. 38 



11,877.49 

1, 001. 80 

427.20 



June 30, 1893. 



|9, 639. 73 

534.95 

695.75 

7,871.62 

7,784.07 



71.90 
467.18 



840.44 
4,759.64 



15, 805. 96 
""361." 72 



1,090.34 
846.70 



266.24 



43,001.55 
568.20 
107.61 
170. 57 



696.69 



1, 888. 59 

8, 009. 30 

197.82 



8, 361. 78 



97.33 

651. 89 

8, 130. 48 

28.10 



108.06 
8,101.95 
8,078.67 



438.21 



Sept 30, 1803. 



$8,886.68 

"""965.82 

U, 857. 37 

2.913.45 

17.76 



169.25 
"467.' 67 



55.60 
302.82 
378.63 
632.40 
1, 508. 53 
7,614.90 
725.16 



415.28 

29,947.43 
154.27 



1,740.68 
""660*56' 



1,940.64 

74.27 

768.12 

251.82 



^87.26 
2, 563. 53 
2,331.76 



123.91 



102.93 



412.54 
164.02 



569.34 



Tot-d. 



$31,630.09 

534.21 

4,240.60 

46,643.23 

20,082.26 

17.78 

71.90 

467.18 

169.25 

297.26 

2, 217. 68 

4, 759. 64 

918.55 

376.28 

84,232.71 

55.60 

604.54 

378.63 

2,657.56 

3,900.34 

7, 965. 29 

853.02 

296.17 

1, 136. 06 

161, 961. 91 

1,979.65 

107.61 

170. 57 

1,740.63 

915.63 

669.50 

6,710.70 

6,229.24 

272.09 

768.12 

* 0,257.19 

668.17 

184.58 

7,458.36 

26, 532. 22 

28.10 

611.96 

130. 18 

11,402.09 

1, 736. 12 

498.22 

108.06 

9, 965. 28 

12, 105. 98 

197.82 

11, 377. 49 

2,749.70 

427.20 



176 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of declared exports from Leith and GalashieU to the United States, efe. — Coi 



Articles. 



LEITH — oontiniied. 



BMpberry vinegar 

Raober, mawnfactttrea of. 
Sealing wax 

)pa 
Spirits 



S.' 



Sheepakina, dreaaed 



Stained glaaa 

Stereotype plates . 
Vulcanite goods. .. 
Waterproof soods. 



Water-oolor drawlngb . 

Wearing apparel 

Wines 

Wool 

Woolen cloth (tweeds) 



Total, Leith 



GALASHIELS. 



Fiahing tackle 

Harness ■ 

Salmon flies 

Scotch whisky 

Woolen goods, being — 

British woolens and worst- 
eds 

Scotch tweeds 

Woolen cloth 

Woolen hosiery 



Total, Galashiels agency . 

Total, consular district. . . 
Total for preceding year . 



Increase 
Decrease 



Quarter ending— 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$298. 69 
10, 259. 15 



801. 36 
200.56 



132. 79 

698.32 

56, 612. 54 

915.44 



155,387.81 



811. 30 
42, 791. 54 



43, 602. 84 



198,990.65 
258, 003. 86 



69,013.21 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



Jiine 30, 1893. 



$7,188.47 

228.72 

310.00 

1, 135. 76 

727.12 



235.29 

126,964.09 

1,950.01 



293,157.25 



214. 49 
141.00 



6, 905. 70 
86,480.06 



43,741.25 



337,898.50 
202,783.94 



134,114.56 



$143.20 



150.13 

589.58 

8,611.81 



147.21 

1,069.21 

99.07 



727.06 

10,363.09 

277.74 



141,749.62 



142.34 



375. 71 

6, 476. 11 

16,660.40 



22,654.56 



164,404.08 
167,005.80 



7,898.19 



Sept. 80, 1893. 



$263. 18 
i* 102." 91 



212.87 

1,349.48 

217. 78 



6, 130. 99 
1,004.99 



Tot 



27, 



2, 

1, 
1, 

1. 
199, 

4, 



88, 693. 82 



678. 



116.66 



6,388.33 
47, 624. 13 



185.25 



64, 314. 26 



148,008.08 
233,00LO7 



88,992.99 



14. 

132, 

16, 



IM, 



843, 
850, 



7, 



IMPORTS AT LEITH FROM THE UNITED STATES. 

Imports from New York by Arrow Line of steamships during the year ending 8epi 

SO, 189S. 

Wheat bush 

Com do... 93.774 Staves packages.. € 

Oats do... 10.749 Hay bales.. 3 

Barley do... 

Pease do... 

Flour ssckH . . 

Wooden ware packages . . 

Lard do 

Provisions (small articles), 

packages 

Lubricating oil bbls . . 

Oil cake bags. . 

Leather bales. . 



1, 244, 359 

93.774 

10, 749 

9,923 

7,124 

398,596 

2,257 

9,750 

12,654 

4,509 

3,661 

87 



Tobacco bbls.. 

Staves packages.. 

Hay bales.. 

Glucose bbls. . 

Paraffin scale do... 

Stiove polish boxes. . 

Canned fruits do. .. 

Paint bbls.. 

Soap boxes . . 

Bark bales. . 

Rubber do... 

Seed bags.. 



Imports from Baltimore by Empire Line of steamships during the year ending Ju 

189S. 



Flour sacks.. 256,633 

Wheat bush.. 360,448 

Corn do... 132,344 

Lard tierces.. 275 

Washboards packages . . 200 

White wood logs.. 151 

Walnut do... 835 

Hickory do... 598 

Poplar do... 346 

Oak ^ do... 146 

Hickory butts 121 

Oak lumber pieces.. 6,686 



Seed bags. 

Oil cake do.. 

Gluten meal do.. 

Staves packages. 

Tobacco hhds. 

Canned goods boxes. 

Brooms cases. 

Hops bales. 

Rosin bbls. 

Spokes oases. 

Desks do.. 



EimOPE — ^UNITED KmGDOM. 



177 



InpcfUfrom Ifewpart New% ly JESitnes SteafMhip Line during the year ending September 

SO, 1893. 

Floor sacks.. 14,700 

Tobacco hhda.. 268 



F. H. Undxbwood, 



LsnBf October tO, 18$S. 



lilVBEPOOIi. 

Total valiM of importa into, and total exports (ike produce of the ttniied Kingdom), from 

the port of Liverpool during the yeare 1886 to 189$, 



UM. 
U87. 

vm. 



vm. 

191. 



Lnp<nrtiB. 



$482,787,384 
463,103,180 
i73,180,a08 
MO, 081, 841 
627.901,728 
660,844,806 
681,428,140 



Ifcxportt. 



8«I8,661,8B7 
444,968,278 
4172,980,604 
408.868,028 
668,708,468 
467,148,664 
488,818,878 



Importe by quantitiee* 



Friziflipftl ittflelM. 



mU 



Oxen, bnUs and oow* «.iiiimbcr.. 

S^eep and lunbs ...w*.. do..«. 

H uiB ca i do.... 

Bones, azoept wliale fins tolls.. 

Owatdioiic .«... owt.. 

(Aemieal mannfaotnrea 

Coeoa pounds.. 

OBflba....*.................w.«......A«. .^.^...owt.. 

Com: 

Wbast do.... 

Barley ^ do«... 

Oats do.... 

Peas « «..« do — 

Beans ....4^ *4 do 

Indian oom «» « do.... 

Wlieali meal, and floor do.... 

Oottoa: 

Baw i.^ «...do... 

ManafSMtorea «*..* 

I^gs: Pamyian barle..«^..k owt.. 

Bjree and dyeing stnilk : 

ladifo ••• *••... do.... 

CMd^tar * 

I^lnaeeova snbatancaa,imannmerAted... 

liax. •d4..*..40'wt... 

fhdt; 

Cnxtaata....* «.«.*j«.....4..««.......do... 

Orangea and lemona •• d boshus.. 

Baisina * ^...owt*.. 

App]ea,raw bnsliels.. 

Tjneniimerated do.... 

riaos of all kinda .n.i d........,<.*.44«.«ewt... 



1881. 




.do. 



do... 

4..*« J*. 4* *4...dO.... 

« .*... 4i tons.. 

Mathar « ^j. «....« ponnds. 

Leatlier gloTaa ....doaan pain. 

Umb yasB.. ...a.^jr... «••••• ^.. ........ .••.ponnds.. 

Ktaiiiea: 

Oaano tons. 

PlioapfaataofUmA,«la do.... 

TJnaaiUDerated do.... 

13357 B 12 



180.987 

60,746 

8.562 

21,886 

829,860 

♦J.M6.681 

8,097,886 

89.467 

18,096,887 

607,106 

141.286 

796.801 

1,012,480 

7.035,672 

8,489,818 

17.08l,lQl 

8798,728 

2.037 

8.920 

tt.626 

81.240,418 



607.280 

2.367.610 

190.600 

1,146.868 

664,982 

117.166 

o69»665 

289,180 

58,99i 

A406 

88,778.422 

800 

601.810 



S.416 

84,198 

8,890 



1881. 



229,827 

42,359 

2.097 

22,097 

217,173 

82,061,675 

2,740,586 

80.076 

20,676,294 
884.760 
628,985 
669,526 
964.828 
8,917,203 
4,648,284 

14,868,498 

8819,167 

2,606 

7,084 

87.489 

81,086,288 



411,604 

2,796.618 

281,486 

3,016,196 

306,287 

146.510 

602,800 

178,247 

49,694 

2,852 

80,416,288 



rm,740 

2,470 

68,407 

5,856 



4^840 



711 
'8586,'9i4' 



2,479,957 
287,655 
482,448 



1,881,581 
1,068,471 



180,488 



8,164 
84,864 



688,108 

40,806 

568,888 



»,844 



64 

84,809 



456 

'6,'606 



856,800 
8,882 



126,775 
66,107 



$164^881 
40,067 

96,776 



458,646 



67,856 

66,869 

4,300 

2,563 

8,867,188 

77 

436,870 



8.084 



178 



C02OCEBCIAL RELATIONS, 



ImpcrU hy quanHUu — Continiied. 



Principal aztlclet. 



ICetalJi 

Copper ore and regohis tone.. 

XTnwrooghtand put wronglit do 

Iron ore. >>«•>*•■■•> •••««. >«.... ....•■•..•■••••do. ... 

Pig • do..^. 

Bar do.... 

Steel, mann&otnrea, nnennmereted cwt . . 

Lead, pig and aheet tons.. 

Pyrltea of iron and oopper do 

Tiiiiningota,bera,eto owt... 

Zino: eroiae, iwannfftctnree do.... 

Oil: 

Train, Unbberi and apeim tons. . 

Olive do — 

Palm •« owt.^ 

Seed do — 

Oilaeedoake tone.. 

ODions , bnahele.. 

Painters' odlora 

Paper of all kinde, ezoept hanging est.. 

Petroleom gallona.. 

PtoTlaiona: 

Beoon and hama cwt.. 

Beef, aalted and freeh do 

Pork, aalted and ftesh do 

ICatton, fresh do«... 

ICeat, nnenamerated, preserved do.... 

Bnftter. ••....••-....•..••....•••......•.• ••do.... 

Margarin.., do 

Cheese do 

Eggs great hondreds.. 

TSh. owt- 

Lard do 

Potatoee do 

Bloe do 

Racs and other materials for paper-making tons. . 

Saltpeter and cnbio niter ewt.. 

Seeds: 

Clover and grass do 

Cotton tons.. 

Plaz and linseed quartera.. 

Bape do... 

Silk: 

Baw poonds.. 

HanuflMtazes 

Skins; 

Sheep andlaD«bs\ nndressed number. . 

Spices: Pepper poonds.. 

Qpiiito: 

Bom proof gsllons.. 

Brandy do.... 

Geneva do 

Other nosweetened spirits do.^^. 

Stnwpletting for hats • owl.. 

Sugar: 

Beflned owt^^ 

Unrefined do.... 

Tallow and steerin ...do... 

Tea pounds.. 

Tobaooo: 

UnmanuflMstnred do..^. 

Hannfaotnred do..^. 

VsgetaUes, raw , 

Wine gallona. 

Wood and timber: 

Hewn loads- 
Sawed or split do..^. 

Stavee do.... 

Mahogany tons.. 

Wool- 

Sheep and lamba* pounds.. 

Goets' wool or heir do.... 

Woolens: 

Yam •• •••••..do.... 

Bags • tons.. 

ICanufisctnre 



UOl. 



70,800 

18,847 

25,088 

687 

4,708 

170,717 
16,083 

237,221 
10,508 

172,915 

1,814 

8,491 

997,785 

5,127 

79,888 

1,360.607 

$585,196 

100,108 

29,990,685 

2,928,808 

1,545,446 

106,597 

852,388 

266,257 

70,732 

2,680 

785,120 

283,503 

467,690 

613,749 

49,811 

2,729,686 

44,726 

787,541 

14,678 

88,484 

289,665 

104 



17, 
$86,154 

998,019 
1,263,248 

8,028,888 
6U,721 

52.607 
106,649 

27,188 

876,414 

6,497,486 

479,210 

80,154 

81, 806, 770 

1,868,256 

$700,014 

8,064,416 



U7. 

480,708 
22,128 
16,876 

80,484,967 
7,607,606 

11,660 

2,198 

$884,786 



1882. 



71,854 

17,801 

74,636 

1,061 

8,720 

180,747 
16.840 

212,574 
21, 114 

162,761 

2»210 

8,781 

991,015 

8,685 

99,880 

1,820,212 

$507,607 

106.264 

28,581,097 

8,820.831 

1.680,386 

123,293 

U],079 

284,566 

48,869 

8,374 

711,482 

256,011 

456,045 

678,205 

62,618 

8,882,007 

47, 184 

786,061 

22,788 

87,887 

191,647 

8,688 

2,767 
$81,427 

671,087 
1,880,077 

1,678,262 

478,288 

58,663 

166,287 

128,515 

264,440 

6,800,065 

486,812 

60,688 

29,609,688 

1,601,218 

$080,846 

1,941,679 

178,874 

648,287 

86,427 

28,840 

71,622,708 
8,717,176 

28,078 

1,644 

$861,612 



664 




546 


49,660 
474 






974 


1,030 
1,257 




24,647 


1,606 




10,154 


806 
200 




6l770 




L442 


80,012 

*'"*$ii'6oi' 

6.056 




30.445 


i,'4i8,'588 



282,528 

144,820 

6,606 

88,681 

18,280 



685 



64,466 

2,806 

663,341 

2,458 



8,161 
5,868 



8,424 



186,885 



1,056 

ioi'm 



602,400 



227,956 



26,888 

82,441 

4,298 

6,465 

12.087.786 
1,808,681 

U,4S8 

664 

$17,126 



21,878 



78,638 

27,402 
11,614 



2,480 



88,018 



14,806 
$78,727 

821,929 



844,086 
88.488 



48.258 



110.874 



48,886 
28,471 

1,087,182 



$88, Ig 
112,787 



BUROPE — ^UNITED KINaDOlL 



179 



ProivM of ike UMted JCIn^itfm neporUdfram ike port of Liverpool, duHng ike year$ 1891 

and 1892. 



FriDdpal articles. 



.owt. 



Ukall... 

Apparel 

Aims end ammniiitioii: 

Qtmpowder poondB. 

FixMrma, small nnmber. 

OfaHotiiersoTts 

Bege sad sacka, empty doien. 

Beer and ale barrels., 

Books, printed cwt. 

Batter do.. 

Candles of all aorta poimda. 

OMmtehonc. manafaetnrea of 

Oeaiflnt ft»r DOilding; and engineering pnrposes.toiis. 

GSMmiealpiodaotarinelndingdyestaJ» 

Coal, coke, and patent fuel tons. 

Cotton yarn • pounds.. 

Ootton, nannftietareB : 

Pleee goods. yards. 

Of all other sorts 

Affhanfrmre and ohinaware 

I!lib, herrings ...barrels.. 

Glass of sU sorts 



Haberdashsry and millinery. 
Hardware and 



ontlery nnennmerated 

JBbtaof an aorta doxen. 

Tote yarn poands. 

liita.piieee goods yards. 



Unwionght .'........•...........•...•...... ewt . 

WTODghl, boots, etc 

fliddlesy and bameas 

linen yam, .....ponnda. 



Pieoe goods yards.. 

ThieaiOf nnennmerated 

MaditawrT and mill work 

Hsnnre, enendoal 

Xitalav 

Iron,pig,paddled and angle tons.. 

Iron, rauioad, of all aorta do.... 

' Btoei: 

Unwionght 

Of all o&or sorts 



Oop|Mr 



inwrooght.. owt. 

Wronght or numnlkctursd and yeOow 

metal cwt. 

of all sorts tons. 

' Ttn; vnwronght .......................ewt. 

on seed tons. 

ykiiit«rs*color«.eio 

Paper of all ■oxia cwt. 

Froviaions, inolndlng meat 

Idt (rock and white) tons.. 

8Dk: 

Thrown, twist, yam pounds. 

Vamilhctim^ of all sorts 

Skioa and ftirs or sH sorts 

Spirits, British andjrlah proof gaUona. 

r; refined, and oandy owt. 

2>h wiTe8,etc 
ieep and lambs ponnda.. 

Weolen and worsted yam do.. 

Veoten and wonted manniJMstiirea: 

Woolen tiaanea yarda 

Wonted ooatingB, etc do.... 

T^smssk and plnahea ••••............••....do.... 

Ilannela aud eaipeta do.... 

WankirtB • pairs.. 

Tarn (slpae^ mohair), nnennmerated ponnda. . 



189L 



a»SSl,»7 
|3.4tt,9tt 

S, 892. 600 

120,706 

$078,208 

901,740 

88.227 

49.944 

18,420 

8,104,100 

11,218,227 

10,940 

$»,422,407 

689,838 

107.593,000 

3,757270,700 

$18,898,776 

$0,981,137 

66,497 

$2,456,492 

$3,-178,257 

$5,629,709 

806,490 

9,712,200 

28,860,100 

16,628 

$1,627; 801 

$709,024 

6,021,000 

88,620.600 

$8,646,066 

m 487, 210 

60,878 



184; 446* 
170,469 



86,816 
498,188 

96.148 



2,348 

27,161 

10.136 

$1,246,031 

106, 46r 

$1,186,048 

847,802 

782,188 

$4,831,506 

$4,669,782 

506,789 

869,316 

$106,712 

4,697,000 

922,800 

28,585,500 

76,898.500 

92.000 

7,069,000 

688,981 

434,400 

$8,022,000 



1892. 



6,084,700 
$3,441,691 

8. TOO. 800 

81,458 

$670,889 

942; 237 

84,804 

49,207 

11.718 

8,900,800 

$1,278,792 

6.721 

$4,991,216 

442,025 

96,841,700 

8,747,774,800 

$18,640,443 

$6, 923; 823 

78,725 

$2,196,229 

$2,868,840 

$4,689,283 

817,152 

6,758,500 

61,220,600 

16,067 

$1,494,872 

^$878,091 

6,638,000 

96,881.000 

$8,397,227 

$28, 471; 447 

58,824 



168,853 
102,796 



896.094 

118,641 

816,761 

8,149 

81,480 

8,142 

fl, 206, 252 

111,035 

$804,670 

62T,833 

427,147 
H7B6,'627 
$8,756,608 

604,102 

- ssc-ssa 

$240,220 

4,786,^00 

878,900 

20.451,000 

79,06R,200 

72,100 

6,549.800 

469,917 

618,800 

$2,688,667 



Inereaae. 



40.497 
1,077 



706,700 
$65,566 



$141,668 
''13.228 



8,6« 
28,'360,'600 



617,000 
8,260,400 



7,961 



1,081 



17,893 
20,218 

"i.'iii" 



$19,221 
5,569 



$467,029 



186,088 

$131,506 

189.900 



8,674,700 



79,400 



146,537 
$6,852 

1,692,200 
89,258 
$7,729 



787 
6.702 



4.224 

$131,282 

147,818 

9,261,800 

9,496,409 



$261,268 

g 11, 917 
BO, 486 



8.952,700 



466 

$32,429 
$80,988 



$i47'8ii 

$8,906,768 



20.908 
67,664 



98,089 



194 



$830,878 
19,969 

854»991 



914,179 
98,687 



48,400 
188,600 



19.900 

619,200 

74,014 



$888,488 



180 



OOMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



FQreiff% amd coUnM produce mgpwrted from tke part qf lAnmpool, dmimg ike pmn 

1891 amd 1S9S. 



Principal articles. 



Bacch and hams .....•«••«.. .«..ewt.. 

Batter <. do.... 

Kargarine do.... 

Caoatohoao • .*....*•.. .do.... 

Cbeese • do.... 

Cocoa pounds.. 

CofTee • owt.. 

Com: 

Wbe«t owt.. 

Wheat, meftl, And floor do.... 

Cotton: 

Raw «...............otrt.. 

Mannfiiotiires 

Brags, Peruvian hark «..otrt.. 

Dyes and dyeing stufb i 

Cochineal .....owt.. 

Indigo do.... 

By. dr e ssed, undressed, and tow. .......do.... 

Currants... ....... •.^••••.••....••4. •••.... owt.. 

Balsins do.... 

Guano tons.. 

Beinp (dreiWBfd, undressed, and tow) owt.. 

Hides, raw .• do.. 

Jate • I. tons 

Lard...* ^-r .....owt.. 

Leather pounds.. 

ICetals, oepper, part: 

Wrought and old copper tons. 

Ixontwrs ..do... 

Tin In Ingots lUdsHOM ..........owt.. 

Oflj 

CDOoannt tons 

Pahn ..........do.. 

QnloksllTer « pounds 



1881. 



(ice 

Be^S! 



.cwt. 



Flaoe or linseed quarts. 

Rape • do 

aEOk: 

Baw pounds. 

Thrown •. do 

Kanuflftotures 

Spices : 

Cinnamon ..« pounds.. 

Pepper do — 

Qplrlto: 

Brandy proof gallons.. 

Geneva do.... 

Itum .................................do.... 

Other unsweetened spirits do.... 

Mixed in bond do.... 

Bogltr: 

Refined and oaikdy owt.. 

TTnreflned do..^. 

Molasses • do 

Tallow and steulne do 

Tea do.... 

Tobacco: 

tJnmanuDMttmid « pounds.. 

Manufactured of all kinds ....« do 

Wine gallons.. 

Wod^slieep and Iambi pounds.. 



97,S20 

6,400 

418 

100.078 

32,178 

610,421 

81,806 

149; 685 
61,866 

674,707 

0828,402 

18 

87T 

1,406 

16,625 

6,872 

8,138 

8a 

868,489 

86,897 



1802. 



17.686 
1,648,075 

8,761 

8,670 

10,247 

2,108 

607,021 

770,645 

2; 066, 041 

618 

74 

16,714 
464 

1649,228 

165,049 
476,068 

10,870 

1,077 

81,448 

10,656 

152,188 

9.888 
113,410 

6,278 

88,817 

117,026 

4,771,688 

626,878 

60,887 

K, 971, 100 



61,178 

5,821 

378 

86,062 

81,574 

845,758 

24.648 

220,261 
41,258 

088, ato 

0008,202 
888 

687 
8,158 
8,678 

6,780 

18,824 

12 

188,4a 

60,865 

070 

17,602 

1,784,668 

1,760 
2,788 
6,006 

8,6n 

688,210 

861,675 

2,246,088 

2,421 
7 

18.971 

087 

9701; 142 

120,072 
782,002 

12,189 
1,551 

88,161 

8,891 

162,046 

27,774 

86,186 

788 

80^449 

168,126 

6,002,816 

687^122 

76,664 

84,883^888 



0,401 
226,382 



79,736 



248,603 
70^710 



210 
8,746 



10,601 



24.468 

271 



162,408 



..*..•... ... 



128,180 

00,880 

199^097 

1,803 
67 

8,257 

588 

ft81,914 



Decrease. 



406,084 

1,816 

474 

6,718 



0,007 
7,801 



46.101 

1,281,178 
11. 7U 
lift, 317 

8b 861*228 



86,066 

188 

35 

18,016 



6.658 



90,612 



6,810 



18 

68,047 



184 



887 
6,158 



81,977 



7,164 



«7,2ai 
6.480 
9,868 



EUROPE — UNITED KINODOM. 



181 



NAVIGATION BT GOUKTRISe. 



BriHik and foreign ve$$eU (ineluding iJair repeated voyages) thai entered and cleared to 
end from foreign countries and British Possessions at ike port of Liverpool during the 
year 1892, 



Conntrtea whence entered and to which cleared. 



Northern |»orta 

Soothem porta , 

Swedan 

Vorwaj • 

Dtmnark 

Germany 

Holland 

Dfltch Poaaeaaiona in India: 

Jara 

Datch Wc»t India Xalanda 

Patch G^oiana , 

Brlfinm ..-., « , 

France *.,.. 

Al^rift 

French Poaaeaaiona in Weat Alrioa 

jhench lalanda in the Paci^ 

Trench Weat India Idanda 

Portogal , . 

Portngnae Poaaeaaion in Weat Africa 

Portagnae Poaaeaaion in Baat Africa . 

Spain 

Spaniah Poaaeaaiona in India: 

Philirainaa and Ladrooe lakada ..... 

Spaniah Weat India lalanda 

Italy 

Aoatrian TflBzitedsa.. > 

Greece 



Tnrkiah Dominiona : 

European Tnrkey 

Aaialio Turkey jinclpding Cypnw). 
^rldah Domliilnna; 

Sgypt......^..^^ »»»»••»• »»*»»••«»»«< 

MpoU 

Tania 



Western coaat of Africa (not partlcnlarly deaignated)>i 
Peraia 



Cochin China, Camhodia, Macao, eto 

Cbina, (eopalQaiv* of S^epgknng) «..«,p..»...p, 

Japan. 



KatiTeiahuida in tbaPaoiflo 
United Stotea: 

Atlantic ooaat. * 

Pacific coaat * ^ 

laitt and Santo Domingo 
Ifodco. 



SoatemalA. 



Uaited Stateaof Colo«il>ia. 

TooeaneiU'., 

Iiinador 

Pern. 



Entered. 



Ko. 
42 
37 
70 

148 
58 

140 



47 
1 



81 

898 

28 



6 
1 

74 
22 



446 



6 
U 

u 

24 
16 

42 
26 

U9 
7 
1 

U 
8 



1. 



10 
87 



2 
6 

6 



2bn«. 
26,887 
45,848 
45,858 
75,341 
8,424 

107,764 
25 880 

05,194 
194 



69,907 

192,990 

22,696 



2,468 

180 

47,761 

2&,026 



806,488 

to, OKI 
3,126 
87,848 
18.060 
17,001 
15,001 

56,067 
W.478 

166,968 
7. 616 
1,884 
7,861 
8,128 



18,688 



1,928,4M 

64,447 

2,680 

18,958 



1,090 
6.682 



Cleared. 



No. 



46 

96 

09 

113 

103 

81 



1 

74 

276 



1 

1 

8 

60 

81 

2 

179 

16 
109 
78 
41 
2 
S4 

26 
26 

66 



1 
1 



I 
8 



N 

2 
28 

1 
1 



Tons. 
20,538 
68,6i7 
28.539 
6U.8U 
27.574 
83,528 
68,332 

66,524 

ift 

48.525 
130,972 



251 

683 

1,434 

29,706 

43,662 

4,588 

106,048 

88,688 
172.006 
64,238 

48,ttt3 

868 

87,072 

81,273 
83.480 

88,140 



215 
1,067 



14, 701 
1.984 

2,281,030 

60,850 

677 

29.316 

216 

386 

45,406 



Chile (inelnding Padflc coaat of Patagonia) , 

Braifl 

Arfentlne Bepablio (including the Atlantio coaat of Pata- 
gonia ,-^ p 



118 
124 



47,378 

142,446 

98,268 

168, a4 



84 

84 

229 

189 



Tetal foreigB opnnlrlea.. .. 
Tetal Britvih Poaaeaficoiia. 



TeUl f<v 1092 p—9' 

Total for preceding year. 



8,647 
626 



4,272 
4,405 



4,984,700 
929,160 



6,913,860 
6,866,920 



188 



46,940 



3,086 
678 



8,709 
8,841 



182 



85,760 
181,767 
282,611 

189,800 



4,220,722 
985,394 



5,206,116 
6,220,988 



14,872 



182 



COMMKRCIAL RELATIONB, 



NATIGiLTXON BT FLAG. 



Sailing ofkl Bteam vesBeli of each nation^ ineluding their repeated vayagee, that entered and 
cleared from and to foreign oonntriee and Britieh Poeeeeeione at the port of Liverpool, 
during the year 189B, 



KationaUty. 



British 

Bvsaian 

Swedish 

Norwegian 

Danish 

German 

Dntoh 

Belgian 

French 

Spanish 

Italian 

▲nstrian 

TTnited States 

AU other ooantries 

Total 

Total for preceding year 



Bntered. 



Ne. 
8,261 
21 

881 
70 
61 
88 
8 
66 



16 

2 

26 

81 



4,272 
4,406 



Torn, 

6,086,846 

12,186 

41,840 

828.632 

12,114 

88,874 

46,048 

4,046 

60,430 

262.264 

15,801 

1,886 

68,848 

86,847 



6,818,860 
6,886,820 



No, 


Tom. 


2,606 


4» 407.783 


18 


11,208 


64 


28,804 


800 


208.366 


72 


12.046 


61 


88.561 


81 


88.181 


4 


6,618 


78 


62,857 


206 


286,178 


18 


10.618 


8 


2.430 


26 


66.410 


88 


84.066 


8,708 


5,206,116 


8,841 


5,220,888 



CUSTOMS BBCXIPT8. 

Oroee amowni of cuetame reeenue reoeived at the port of lAoerpool dwring the waare 1886 

to 1892. 



1886 
1887 
1888 

1888 



Amoimk 



$12,878,868 
12,864,770 
12,886,656 
12,768,788 



1800 
1881 
1882 



Amoimk 



18,147.472 
18,884.608 
14,877.868 



HUMIDITT. 



EmMitf of ihe dMrict of Liverpool for ihe year ending Jwne SO, 1893. 





Barometer reduced to the 
loTol of the sea and to 82^ F. 


TMnpemtora. 


Bain. 


21 « 


Month. 


Highest 
reMing. 


Lowest 
reading. 


Mean 

firom 

honrly 

reading. 


Highest 


Lowest. 


Mmhs. 


Ammint. 


Kum- 
berof 
days it 




1882. 
Jnly ......... 


80.87 
80.27 
80.88 
80.38 
80.41 
80.82 

80.46 
8a 88 
80.45 
80.67 
30.47 
80.40 


28.42 
28.30 
28.87 
28.08 
28.41 
28.28 

28.80 
28.68 
28.85 
28.82 
28.46 
28.28 


80.010 
28.870 
28.016 
28.706 
28.085 
28.862 

80.067 
28.638 
80.003 
80.172 
80.064 
28.886 


78.8 
78.1 
66.0 
57.8 
66.5 
68.1 

51.7 
57.2 
64.2 
75.1 
75.0 
85.0 


48.2 
44.8 
40.8 
28.8 
82.4 
22.0 

17.7 
28.5 
80.8 
84.3 
42.8 
48.0 


57.7 
60.8 
64.6 

46.8 
44.8 
87.6 

87.5 
4L2 
46.6 
51.0 
56.5 
61.2 


2.288 
8.667 
8.608 
6.881 
L885 
2.288 

L467 
2.878 
0.581 
0.600 
L667 
L545 


14 
17 
28 

38 

80 
15 

20 

21 

8 

4 
14 

• 


78 


Angnst ...... 

September ... 

October 

jfoyember.... 
December.... 

1888. 

Febroury .... 

March 

April 

May 


76 
77 
80 
85 
87 

00 

84 
78 
68 
72 


Awjr ......... 

J nnA 


TO 











Ltrerpool ohsenrBtory, Bidstoii,latttade, 58e 24' 4"i longitade, V> 4' 17' 



KDBOPB — DNTTED KOfODOlf. 



.183 



DXCLABED EXPORTS. 



Vahe pf deciar^d mporis from ihs contular di$triet of Liverpool io the UMied 8tate$, 

during ike year ending Stg^tember SO, 2S9S. 



ArtidM. 



▲]a,beer,ete 

BanMidQaiiTM 

Books aad stationery — 

Animsl* 

CeBB«nt 

Chemioals 

dsT, GhJaA 

Coslandooike 

OottoB and ootton i^oods. 
JJyem and dreing stniBi. . 
S^ and otAsrwoods ... 
Iffthanwaia and i^ass . 

Mtt 

Hah 

ftuita and TagataUlss. . . 
ftnita, psvaarves ....... . 



Qiaaaa, oils, and soap 



Bsaap and flas 

HIdca, aUna, and leathar ... 
Iran QVB ••...•......•••.•«.• . 

Iron, aad iron mannfaetnrea. 
Umaand lamonjiiioo 



aU. 



Matala, cthar than iron aad 



mn and othar stonaa 

(Mkloth 

Palnta and Tsmlsh . 



Piper-making materlala 
Pi&nt 



oompoaitlon 
PItahandtar 



ProrlaioBs 

Ska and riea floor 

BflM..... ......... •«...< 

jloSbsr 

Wisathliig, yellow motal. 
flsddleiy and haraaia . . . 
8aH..... 



Blaok plslaa and blaek toggars. 

Bb.-:.T-... 

aat«a«htioka,andtOea 

feleoa 

fesi, and wiaimliMttaias thsawof 



Tteandeoffae 

Tia^taa,temaplatoa and tin 



Tobacco. 

Wax 

Wines and sptrita — 
WooLhalr, sndnoila. 
All other goods 



Totsl 

Total forpreoeedingyaar. 



Quarters ending— 



Deo. 81, 1802. 



I35.0M.91 

88,880.86 

2,162.87 

13,672.87 



Mar. 81, 1898. 



2,684,756.28 

10,034.72 

82,634.76 

872,149.96 

150.86 

182,177.80 

66. 8a. 94 

4,916.17 

81,917.79 

119,487.16 

2,674.88 

4,778.89 

88,96L80 

26,046.61 

186.928.84 

540,627.02 

21.906.98 

244,489.46 

194.66 

8,956.47 



2S.166L91 

2,700.91 

81,588.19 

10,062.62 

142,676.04 

4,228.89 

1,566.48 



1,737.84 

47,905.88 

257.92 

848,786w08 



8,567.41 
189,496,84 



90,828.82 

77,836.68 

22,050.11 

7,642.10 

6,880.42 

72,680.81 

176,31&16 

16,878.27 

1,887,581.60 

768.80 

8,736.87 

8,623.86 

472,464.41 

16,928.42 



8,618,766.28 
7,022,883.18 



1,406,873.10 



$81,825.28 

10,166.92 

1,985.58 

9,898.46 

87,593.71 

8,748.919.99 

12,234.88 

64,889.84 

887,879.47 

968.83 

49,107.86 

62.284.34 

8,012.86 

81,801.88 

87,094.48 

176.19 

8,722.87 

188.828.86 

19,682.30 

77,606.54 

809,189.64 

88.630.19 

233.161.51 

978.16 

4,808.80 

81,028.14 

17,908.86 

8,168.86 

19,888.18 

6,847.29 

126,477.84 

2,919.90 

880.67 



June 80, 1808. 



151,866.90 

6,102.68 

2.492.45 

87,703.24 

66,686.98 

2,010.109.32 

4,181.65 

28,201.86 

10,810.87 



Sept 80,1806. 



29,807.81 
51,826L40 
7.446.74 
U, 087. 22 
64,864.06 



2,826.19 
84,484.02 



738,882.74 



1,020.56 
86,098.90 

8,618.47 
80,182.08 
126,666.88 
41,786.11 
18,681.06 
20,234.78 
96,604.89 
200,086.44 

6,606.48 

3,840,810.84 

919L76 

4,409.06 

8.080.60 

866,885.89 

19,263.87 



8.686,608.69 
6,928,349.96 



438.13 

68,718.98 

26,617.56 

192,504.14 

277,876.89 

10,841.81 

286,264.60 

7.286l14 

2,710.68 

4,87L86 

22,784.86 

8.046.48 

18,611.58 

10,866.74 

120,611.88 

4,798.87 

880.84 



86,68L18 



288.08L18 



6,020.69 

08,481.42 

4,647.61 

9,295.01 

Ul,156.59 

37,668. 09 

14.664.06 

80,088.61 

86,064.06 

167,800.58 



3,447,294.72 

840.66 

2,679.24 

6,014.99 

826,021.42 

6,067.81 



$28,576.09 

29.617.53 

4,681.49 

63,516.96 

68,497.50 

1,080,146.99 

7,388.68 

121,880.26 

29.909.61 

997.63 

16.616.60 

.81,232.68 

2.000.86 

76,861.77 

84,896.48 



4,710.76 

29,506.69 

18,071.41 

47,200.18 

194,866.68 

2,968.56 

78,417.88 

646.06 

8,756.68 

82.46 

16,684.78 
1,649.76 

89.068.26 
6^017.00 

86,668.86 



194.66 

840.66 

3,736.34 

41,860.88 



144,681.83 

580.73 

8,867.88 

80,179,37 

3,608.44 

3,682.77 

66,867,41 



19,003.86 
4,676.82 

64,180.58 

814,760.86 

9,686.68 

1,480,618.81 

388.60 

6^083.86 

1,070.64 

93,667.00 

7,888.64 



TotsL 



7,136,831.86 
6,658.338.60 



1,707,258.78 



472,098.26 



$146,968.18 

84,278.06 

11,822.14 

114,781.32 

167.778.28 

8,622,930.50 

88,739.48 

286,556.70 

843,840.61 

2,102.32 

130,709.06 

314,187.31 

17, 883. 18 

901,108.11 

386,342.08 

2,749.67 

18,646.64 

284,004.06 

86.216.78 

464,826.70 

1,822,009.08 

68,748.04 

836.828.30 

9,008.01 

14,782.88 

36,80L06 

78,640.46 

10,666.46 

108,666.16 

88,398.64 

434,849.06 

11,947.36 

8,668.66 

804.90 

6^788.77 

169,481.41 

267.93 

1,963,170.83 

620.73 

14,565.48 

460,304.98 

10,774,43 

63,088.48 

870,625.56 

91,844,21 

56.860.66 

69,884.68 

860.879.78 

869.366.49 

49,802.61 

8,116,360.87 

2,262.02 

21,816.62 

13,689.48 

1,246,568.81 
47. 622. 74 



4,411,268.18 
7,666,032.05 



28. 690, 04a 96 
28.260,497.74 



8,244,778.87 



480,461.21 



LnrsBPOOL* (kiober 17, 189S, 



Jambs £. Neal, 

Coneul, 



184 



OOMHSECIAL B^LATIONS. 



lOJN'CHESTEB. 

I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the D^artmenfa dispatoh* Inatnict- 
ing me to report the declared exports for Manchester to the United States of silk 
seals and plashes for each year from 1885 to 1889, both years inclusive. 

I transmit herewith the five yearly lists reqnired, transcribed firom the Invoice 
Book, with the remark that anterior to Angnst 27, 1889, there was only one classifica- 
tion here for silk prodncts, viz, silk, and this, as I am informed, incladed yam and 
waste, and that 17^ per cent of the amonnt of the ** silk " item would be a liberal 
estimate of the amount of silk seals and plushes sent hence in any one of the years 
named. 

William F. QitnnfiBLL, 

Connd. 

Manchbsteb, November 7, 289S» 



Statement ehawing ^ value of declared eaoporte from ike eoneular dieUriot of Manekeeter 
to the United Statee during the yeare ending December 31, 1886 to 1889^ 



AHioles. 



1886. 

Carpets.. r 

Chemicals r 

Cottona - 

Granite 

Hosiery i>...* 

Iron - 

Leather and hides 

Linens - •» 

Machinery 

Mixed goods 

Mtiaioal instnunents 

Paper >, 

KfM(s aadjonk ., 

Bugs, mats, and nilBcellanaoaa .. 
fieiusandfars...... 

Silk— 

Bteel , 

Wine, beer, etc r..-. 

Wool 

Wonted staffs. . 



i»»»«r»"...»." 



Total 



1888. 

Carpets ,,., 

Chemicals ..,„„,„,„., 

Cottons • f ... 

Granite , 

Hosiery , ».. 

Iron • 

Leather and hides 

Linens 

Machinery *., 

Mixed goods 

Musical instnunents ,.... 

Paper 

Bagsandjnnk 

Rags, mats, and mlsceUaneona 

Seals and fills 

8Uk 

Steel 

Wine, beer, etc 

Wool 

Wonted stnA 



Total 



Carpets... 

Chemicals. 
Cottons... 



1887. 



Value. 



♦287, 
886. 

4,805, 

13, 

289, 

49. 

•0, 

847, 

808, 

548, 

8, 

SI: 

aw, 

40, 

815, 

68. 

858, 

879, 



860.86 
789.88 
132.80 
189.14 
811.90 
588.81 
832.99 
747.88 
384.88 
280.84 
068.06 
768.07 
668.07 
788.17 
858.28 
076.81 
564.94 
437.00 
764.80 
768.56 



10,846.555.60 



180, 

628, 

5,607, 

5, 

803, 

52, 

110, 

849, 

768, 

499, 

U. 
159, 

62:^, 

198. 

31. 

1,023. 

103, 

1. 
535, 
228. 



4U.08 
635.01 
669.07 
205.61 
053.62 
432.13 
835.85 
762.41 
435.15 
441.71 
718.78 
255.56 
154.07 
888.57 
202.34 
988.55 
951.41 
753.74 
177.17 
085.U 



11,817,447.88 



188,259.18 

488.158.24 

4,269,761.88 



Artioles. 



1887. 

Granite 

Hosiery 

Iron .................< 

Leather and hides .... 

Linens 

Machinery 

Mixed ffoods 

Mnalou Instroments. 

Pa|)«r 

Baca and Jvak 

SeaSaaadAin 

Silk 

Steel 

Sundries 

Wlae,be6r»eto., 

Wool 

Wonted staffs ...^^.. 



Total. 



Value. 



1888. 

Carpeta ,..., 

Chemicals 

Cottons..... 

Granite 

Hats 

Hosiery ,.... 

Iron 

Leather and hides ... 

Linens 

MachlneTy 

Mixed goods 

Musleal inatnunenta 

Paper 

Raks and Junk ...... 

Seiuaand Am 

Silk 

Steel 

Sundries 

Wine, beer, etc „ 

Wool.... 

Wonted atuiSb ...... 



Total. 



1889. 

Buttons 

Card clothing 

Carpeta and ruga , 

Chemicals 

Cotton and wonted piece goods. 



$5,707.43 
213.807.10 

58.83ff.40 
235,869.79 
1,106,888.84 
888,790.88 
603,807.8^ 
7.468.87 
148.488.04 
544.900.88 

88.640.85 
850,187.68 
102,864.88 
835, 845. 86 
486.48 
664.735.89 
888,088.88 



10.884,848.07 



145. 

488, 

8.809, 

10, 

44, 

881, 

84. 

198. 

1,808, 

1.030, 

488, 

8, 

140, 

644, 

18, 

834, 

807, 

225, 

618. 
832, 



118.58 
115.80 
684.86 

641.40 
833.82 
084.84 
471.78 
702.64 
878.84 
806.48 
778.74 
736.81 
803.88 
630.16 
436.06 
379.05 
241.61 
550.20 
905.86 
246.54 
188.77 



11.061,825.86 



8,788.80 

86,485.87 

156,817.18 

888,458.25 

64.844.78 



* The statistics referred to were requested of the oonsol to complete the files of the 
Department (the statements for the yean mentioned being missing)^ as well as for 
the particular purpose specified. 



ximoPB->-imiTED KnraDOM. 



186 



SimtmmU AomUng ih$ fMWe of deelarsi €tpan$, «(i0.-*Oontiiuied. 



GoMon ptooegoodf ••••- 

Cotton TolTet, ftwtUms, eto 

Cotton yank aad tiirepa •,.. 

DMiiMks,ete 

BMtiflweb 

r«ttb»te 

FimandMAls 

Onadto 

aaadkerohiefii 

HorieiT 

IroctMel. etc 

LMth«raiid bides 

Titiiiiii .......................... 

thahliMry 

lOMeQaiMoiia ..,« 

Mbudeoods ., 

KukalliittmBjm^ 

Pipor, paper h«Q^^]UEB,.Qto , 



Yalne. 



$3,821,283.88 

226,416.49 

190. $55.15 

131.819.81 

18.627.46 

107.241.19 

82,592.73 

2,958.47 

129,77L74 

242.000.85 

819,579.67 

111.839.43 

1.194,425.54 

1,750,960.80 

851,800.95 

248,290.63 

4,387.89 

168,086.51 



Artltaeft. 



1889. 

QuUt* 

Sags, paper »took, etc 

Sbaifla,eto 

Silk and cotton piece goods ... 

Silk 

Silk seals, plushes, etc 

Silk noils and waste 

Silk yam 

Tape Draid, etc 

Towels 

Waterproof garments 

Wine, Deer, etc 

Wool, mannflkotares of 

Worsted stoflii 

Worsted yam 

Xam(ot]ier) 

ToUa 



Yalne. 



fl6.056.29 

871,670.99 

80,761.67 

26.449.95 

817,698.64 

47,786.46 

90,158.09 

187,202.64 

53,891.80 

69.452.68 

28,839.98 

116.68 

617,003.44 

171,672.33 

8,621.84 

11.604.74 



12, 835, 2U.il 



SWANSEA. 
SUUmemt $kpw^ tike impcfU at Sf9an$M far ike year ending Deeemb^ SI, l$9t^ 



TT 



■^pr- 



^m^ 



f» m p M I I » 



Hoftlisni pur la 
Sonthflsii p«r^ 



wmsny 
HoOaad. 



Balginn-. 



Spsin 
Ivrti 
Italy 



llfsrla 

CipeerGeod Hope. 

Ouada 

Vewfonndland 

TTalted States 



Chfls 



Bepablle 



TMsl 



sino,ieiid, 
silver, 
nickel 

etc, and 



■w^p*"rs-» 



886 

1,224 
965 



18 



7,U7 
U,808 

1,167 
19,041 
11,538 
11,810 
80,268 



Iron ere, 

pig and 

nanniiio- 

tored 
iron, etc 



Tim. 

berSra* 
clay, 

bricks, 
lime- 
stone, 

0lO. 



fbnt. 



20.669 
1,854 

81,176 
1, 



150,606 



U2 
460 
418 



4 

89.616 

1,276 



2,273 



190 



104,244 



Sol- 
phv 
or^ 
mineral 
pbos- 
phatea, 
brim- 
stone, 
etc 



1 ■ ! . J 



reus. 
5,199 

J? 

4,875 

0,967 

1,402 

46 

2,789 

1,728 

35.372 

1,120 



TT^^»^" 



8,860 

182 

82 

007 



20,894 



4,770 



86,142 



16,686 
1,106 
8.932 



7ood 
prod, 
nets. 



Barka, 
wool, 
oils. 

dye 
roods. 



I ■ • 1 ■ • • 
Ttme, 



878 
289 
782 



174 



fbnt. 



2.680 



85 
870 



8,922 



80,552 



728 



58 



940 
12,289 



80 



All 
etber 



9en». 



168 
20 
112 
280 
168 



8,074 



ua 



168 
56 



224 

168 

56 



2,287 



TolsL 



Amis. 

6,199 

8.164 

6,281 

12,727 

8,548 

1,420 

4,128 

1,902 

51,681 

128,860 

8,641 

23,086 

13.811 

11,810 

80,480 

21,678 

20,669 

10.618 

81,844 

1,352 

940 

888,184 



186 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement ihewimg the eaq^t$fircm Swan9eaf&r the ytar efUttmg DeoemJber SI, t89i 



Detorlptloii. 



Alkali owt. 

Appairel 

Arms and •mmimitioBs 

Onnpowder pounds. 

FirsarmBf small nnmbor. 

Of an othar aorta 

Baga and aaoka, empty doaen. 

Bear and ale barrels. 

Candlea pounds.. 

Caoutohono, maniifkotares of 

Chemioala 

CoalfCoke,eindara, and patent fkiel tons. 

Cotton: 

Yam pounds. 

Pieoe goods yarda. 

Other manufiMstnrea / 

Earthen and china ware 

Hardware and eutlery 

Linen thread v.^...^....... 

Machinery and mill If ork 

Manures, chemical and others tons 

Metals: 

Iron, steel, raiU, castings, etc do.. 

Tin, teme and black plates do.. 

Copper, nnwronght owt. 

Copper, all others do.. 

Leaa tons. 

Tin,nnwrought owt. 

Oil,seed 

Painter's colors and materials 

Paper 

BpLrite proof gallona. 

Wool pounds. 

Woolen and wonted yams do... 

Woolen tissaee yarda. 

Worsted coating and stuA do.. 

All other articles 



Tbtal 



Quantity. 



«0,500 
1,100 



4,404 

16 

0^600 



1,610,005 

4,000 
1,864.500 



416 

17, OS 
t282,Ml 



9,067 



t,40t 
U 



14,006 

106 

6,700 
90,600 



▼ahu 



$80, 



10, 
6, 
6. 



545. 
3,767. 



t 



117, 
19. 

•870^ 

•1«.851, 

6.606, 

5 

S; 
1. 

6. 



% 
1. 

iBi^ 



14,607,1 



•Estimated. 

t Including 40,866 tons ooastwiae, mostly transferred to atsamers going ahroad. 



ETTBOn— UimSD KINODOH. 



187 



TBAPX OV BWAXSMJl WITH TBS UHRBD VTAfBIb 

Mmmi 9kamimg tiU imparU and tamorU Mimm Amimm anil tike XMUd Staim for 

ih year 1899, 



▲rttelet. 



Copper, aUTVr, nickel, iMd, cte^ and otm . 



iteni fkitl 

nd 
ok* 

ftod ivodneU 



Im, tfOfne and bUok plfttoa, tran ore, pig iron, imila, oMtings, meohinery, etc. 

llz«oui>T, etc 

(r»wnateriiils Imported) 



Timber, Inieke, 



InienoL berk, woei one, tellow, dye woods, etc ... 
AJI goode not tnolnded In foregoing elMoiiloAtioiie 



Imports. 



IbiM. 



1.864 

190 
4,770 

8, on 

68 



10,618 



Tom. 

177,886 

107 

103,887 

8,470 

4,000 

6 



1.680 



870,188 



NAYIOATIOH. 



Slafgmaai akawing ika ii«iii^ aad tanmage of $team aad iaiUing ve$$€U of oack natiom 
imelmding tMr rapoated vogagoo^ ikai oaUtod and eUarod with eargom and in hdlUui ai 
Swamoeaflrom ami to foreign oowUHm and BrUUk PououUmi during iko goar ending 
31, 1899. 



Fleg. 



Biftisk 



Swedish 
Sot 

DsBlslT 



Dutch.. 
BdgiM. 
Ykeneb . 
Bpsniah. 
Italian.. 



TJaited Statee 

AH other ooontries 

Trtil 



JTo. 



14 
18 
85 

17 

16 

2 

2 

891 

2 

20 

8 

1 



1,418 



480,840 

6,641 

6,006 

26,244 

6,866 

8,864 

1,062 

400 

78,040 



12,698 

1,626 

663 



686. 



Cleered. 



JTo. 

1,276 
16 
80 
72 



6 
2 



6 
2 

6 



1,864 



Tom. 
660,786 
6,882 

12,088 

28,676 

8,226 

18. on 

1,948 
400 

68,093 
4,982 

16,688 
8,876 
2,291 
6,846 






188 



COMHEBCIAL RfiLATIONB. 



SiaimneKt thawing ike naviaatiau at ihe part of Bwantea for ik€ ymr ending Deoembe 

189i. 



Wnmwdi 



Bassla: 

Korthem ports .« 

Soatbem porta .... c ^ .•- . 

Sweden r.-— o^-< 

Norway ,. 

Denmark .......,*.. 

Germany 

ZUdlaad 

Java — ,.. 

J>VLtoh West India 

laUuidB 

Belgium 

Fhmce ■ 

Algeria 

^"rinoli Ppsaeesioiif Ip 

westeni Africa 

Portugal ^•.. 

Hadeln...., ,.,.. 

Portuguese Possessions 

in western Afrioa.... 

Spain 

Fernando Po 

Italy 

Austrian Territories 

Greece 

Boumania ............ ..p.. . 

European Turkey .^•,...,. 

Egypt .p p ..... 

Tunis ^......,p...p..., 

,)iorocco ,p , 

XJnitod States: 

Atlantis 

Paoiiio p...» 

Tenesuela. 

Chile.... 
Bradl.... 

tJraguay .j. 

.Argentina Itepublie 



'ffP' 



Total foreign conn- 



1 1 .^ • • . . . 



BriHth PoueuionB, 



Channel Islands 

Gibraltar , 

Cape of Good Hope , 

Dominion of Canada 

Kewfoundland 

BritUh West India Islands 
British Guiana 



Total, Britiah Posses- 
sions 



Total navigation. 



Entered. 



Steamers. 



No. 



10 
36 



18 

580 

6 



183 



9 



6 



Tons. 



1,816 
1.550 
8,08ij 



1X301 
83,923 



11,252 10 



Sailing 
vessels. 



No. 



8 



8 
22 



U 
6 



245,340 
4,880 



%9n 



104,822 



7.282 



5,978 



8^549 



808m 64S 



8 



15 



80 



893 



1,781 



9,454 

io'iii 



21,990 



482,541 



381 



8 



10 



19 



488 



10 
19 



38 



526 



Tons. 



8,778 



2,732 
7.408 



fi,295 
4.712 



8,556 

02.831 

893 



705 



602 



1,798 



6,118 



10,813 



894 



606 



ToteL 



No. Tons. 



8 

2 

11 

29 



81 
40 



188 



12 



2,778 

1,816 

AS82 

10,492 



10, 
38,635 



14,808 

298,271 

6,273 



7 8,078 



106,224 



9.076 



6,978 



10 



25 



'i 



108.8161,851 



1,189 



5,269 
13,679 



20,137 



16 



18 
19 
15 



123,452,1,419 



6,116 



16,862 



m 



593 



548,860 



2,970 



14,723 
13,^179 
10,761 



42,138 



585,993 



Cleared. 



Steamers. 



No. 



18 
17 
18 
7 
U 
26 
14 



821 

88 

1 
10 



61 



US 
2 
4 



I 



ffT9 



1,183 



6 
2 



2 

8 



17 



Tons. 



10,484 
19,879 
8,202 
2,256 
6,649 
12,467 
7,436 



842,250 
29,239 

671 
6,«8 



99,497 



U8,745 
2,044 

4, 



%666 
408^ 



61,6211 



644 



664,888 



1,272 
778 



8,808 
6,888 



11,746 



1,200676,129 



Sailing 
vessels. 



No. 



12 



5 
12 
10 

1 
1 



826 
8 

4 

IS 

4 

1 

SI 

V 

25 



s 

1 

s 

SI 



S9 



558 



91 



102 



664 



Tons. 



2,761 



8,116 

978 

2,814 

2,740 

188 

435 

618 



29,704 
1.182 

2,18d 
8.869 
1,061 

Si 629 

292 

12,089 



674 
88 

.37,566 



6,656 
16,069 

S.OW 
10,0S8 



10,409 



1,447 

1,692 

499 

417 



15,159 



160,866 



Toti 



No. 1 



1 

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85 
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Swansea. Navemher, 189$. 



Charles M. Holton, 
CoiiMiMroial Agei 



BBTTISH POSSESSIONS IN EUROPE. 



189 



BBITISH FOSSESSIOl^^S IN BUllOPB. 

OIBBAIiTAB* 

Vthn of dMlared nporU from ike eonvular di$triot of Oihraltar to Uu United 8tate$f 

during the year ending September SO, 189$, 



ArtMM. 


Quarter ending— 


TotiO. 


I>ee.81,18n. 


lCw.81,1808. 


June 80, 1808. 


Septi 80; 18881 


Olrkwood 


iao.102.71 


$41,680.70 

1,808.48 
11,058.80 


I188L41 




$81. SSL 82 

1.808.48 

U, 058. 00 

131.24 


OI)}eet« of onziosity, pottery, 




?i>irttiin ■-. .......T..*.., 








n^kkd fliih 




18L84 




Wins. 






8880.80 


220.80 












Totd 


90,102.71 
81,065.18 


54.803.08 
48, 538. U 


818.86 
87,287.27 


220.80 
48.100.81 


7S.08S.2I 
106.080.82 


Total IbrpieMdingyear.. 


Twirwn 




4,854.07 








Pmntwa* 


10,808.48 


08.817.88 


47.870.61 


120.834.66 









Sleitmemt ekawing ike navigoHon at the port of QibraUar for ike year ending September 

SO, 1S9S. 



nee. 



Atftfo-HmigBslaii . 



Bdgimn 
Biitieh. 



Duieti 

Dateh 

Fkmeh ..••••• 
Otmuui .••■•> 
QT66k ••■■•••. 

Itriiaa 

Sonregisn ... 
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KvMiuk 

^penSih....... 

8w«diah 

Uiitcd States 



Entered. 



Steamers. 



JTd. 
50 
10 
2.860 
80 
64 

170 

162 
88 
08 

180 

8 

22 

848 
30 
•1 



4.142 



Tont, 



60 



Sailing 



No. 
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107 
18 

1 

21 

8 



14 

25 

7 

8 

100 

8 

f4 



Tont, 



762-02 



762-82 



TotaL 



No. 

61 

10 

8,088 

46 

66 

101 

165 

88 

110 

206 

10 

28 

458 

88 

6 



4.484 



Tom. 



611 -88 



811 •82 



Cleared. 



Steamara. 



No. 
60 
10 
2.064 
80 
58 

188 

150 
88 
04 

180 

8 

21 

844 



4.124 



IbiM. 



68 



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1 



104 

18 

I 

18 
8 



12 
22 
7 
8 
108 
8 
4 



Tone. 



758-82 



758-82 



Total. 



No. 

61 

10 

8.066 

46 

68 

188 

158 

88 

106 

202 

10 

27 

447 

86 

6 



4,428 



Tont. 



8U-82 



811 -88 



•Ayaeht 



tOf which three were yaohta. 



OlBRALTABy OcUbeTf 189$. 



Horatio J. Spraoub, 

Coitfiil. 



190 



COIOIEBOIAL BEIiATTONS. 



MAIiTA. 

Value of deeHared eaq^orU from ike comular dUtrki of Malta io ike United Statee dmr- 

ing the year ending June SO^ 189S. 



Cumin sMd 
Do .. 



Total 



SqulUt.. 
Do 



Total .... 
Halta-atone vaaa. 



ArtlclM. 



Quarter end- 
ing— 



Dm». 81,1892 
Mar. 81, 1888 



Bepl80,1892 
Deo. 81, 1892 



June 30, 1898 



Quantity. 



19,872 
4,482 



24,804 



29,677 
6,876 



85.S58 



Yaloe. 



$1,619.12 
846.68 



1,965.75 



020.28 
100.18 



1,110.46 



58.40 



Total Tali:ie,|8,134.6L 



Jomr WOBTHINOTON, 

Conmd, 



CONTINENT OF AMEBICA — DOMINION OF CANADA. 



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192 



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CONTINENT OP AMERICA — DOMINION OP CANADA. 



197 



Fdlue of exporU declared in Canada for the United Statee far the year ending June 

SO, IS9S. 



f^H^l^ 



Bolts 

SoOflr and engine 

Charooel 

Brill end eoow... 

FrMhflah 

Hoope 

Fun (raw) 

Hones 

BoQsehold effects 

Isnda 

Logs 

Lonber .......... 

Voiding 



Total. 



Bons 

Cedsr posts 

61qs stock 

Hairs, plastering. 

Hocaes 

HoQisholdgooda . 

Hay 

HesdookKark.... 

Lonlier 

lends 

Hsplssnnr 

^pwood 

BUnjdes 

Sheep 

Serpoitare rook. . 
Stovei 

Stones 

Hailwsyties 

l^lssrspfa poles . . 



Total. 



ictiooUts ore 

•Apples , 

Apjde wsste . 

B^ 

BirisT , 

terds: 



Apple 
GmJoI 



oil. 



Bofiilorobee 
CUt« 



Kici 



fmuits* eifecte. 



Xocine, water 



Furs 
Oisseng. 

HsU.... 



Hid< 

Historieal records. 

Hogs. 



'ank 

IsmU 

Logs 

Machine and patterns. 

Mica .v. 

Psase 

Psmp and fixtures .. .. 

Sacks, for hair 

Shsep 



Qaarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1882. 



1374.09 



2,000.00 

2,306.50 

827. 25 



3.2j0.00 
1,314.00 



1,MR.00 

8,226.44 

270.00 

20.857.22 



8, MO. 00 
150.00 
120.00 



291.76 

100.00 

4,047.16 

783.04 



4,844.28 
19,867.29 



8,154.88 
180.75 
622.50 



102.60 



42,714.79 



1,712.80 
836.50 



218.18 



160.00 

50.00 

34.00 

1,014.81 

5,030.00 



537.20 



1,827.00 



3,480.00 
'8,'38i'o6' 



Beo.81,1882. 



1902.00 



120.00 



2,850.26 
182.00 



6,300.00 
438.00 
600.00 



8,827.24 
i5,'896.'6a 



8,604.00 
154.00 



17&25 



700.00 
4,645.00 



5, 154. 33 
10.127.76 



8,433.78 



255. CO 

257.50 

8,085.60 



80,485.22 



8,060.71 



87.00 
18, 48a 50 

67L60 
162.00 
160.00 



6,560.00 



877.00 
821.40 



600.00 



1,577.50 
'4,'3S7.'o6 



54.00 
'tt.'66 



5,867.00 

""iioo 



Mar.81,lg83. 



1683.00 
600.00 



172.00 



162.00 



604.00 
1,768.70 



4,721.61 



1,074.88 
206.50 



100.00 
2,808.48 
2,682.75 

225.00 
1,807.20 



112.60 
2,13L40 



2,706.84 



14,044.00 



6.26 
666.00 



2,186.86 

84.00 
188.40 



2, 183. 00 
88. UO 



210.00 



80.00 
1,180.42 
8,556.00 

40.00 



2.00 
'2i8.'o6 



Jnne 30, 1883. 



1792.00 



1,814.45 

174.00 

188.20 

280.00 

80.00 



2.623.06 
'ii,'86i'47 



11,882.60 
""146.06 



487.87 

606.00 

6,807.76 

286.70 



10,134.80 
606.00 
240.00 



5,824.28 



2,488.00 
1,217.16 



89,689.66 



00 



16,817.00 



7,188.00 



435.00 
880.00 



44.56 

144.00 
8,742.76 



8,830.80 



66.00 



LOO 



TotaL 



$8,761.00 

600.00 

120.00 

2,000.00 

6.530.70 

865.26 

188.20 

8,840.00 

1,865.00 

600.00 

2.472.00 

16,535.44 

270.00 

68,77L88 



87,518.42 



18,851.88 
510.66 
260.00 
178.76 
788.1] 
1,606.00 

17,806.88 

8,762.01 

226.00 

21,640.71 

80.60L04 
240.00 
112.60 

18,644.80 
180.76 
622.60 
255.00 
257.60 
8,878.84 
1.819.78 



120,948.66 



280.25 

6,439.01 

886.60 

87.00 

81,482.86 

868.78 

800.40 

820.00 

50.00 

24.00 

1,014.81 

20,871.00 

88.00 

4.15.00 

1,477.00 

1,458.60 

44.55 

144.00 

6,069.75 

80.00 

1.180.42 

23,446.40 

40.00 

7,778.00 

2.00 

65.00 

218.00 

6,867.00 

64.00 

1.00 

U6.U0 



198 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



FaltM of escporto ^Mated in Canada /or the United Stat€9, tfto.— Continned. 



ArtUdM. 



BBLUBTiLUt— oontlBiied. 



Skiff 

Stove pattemfi 

Table lega and leave 
WuodeA pattenu .... 



Total 

BBOGKYILLB. 



Ashee 

Breeding animals 

Bran 

Brick 

Cartain sticka 

Cheese 

Clapboards 

Carriages 

DressM poultry 

Ehii logs 

Kmigrants* effects 

Horses 

Hides and skins 

Harness (old) 

Lumber 

Lath 

Leather macliiuery 

Laiiibs and sheep 

Moldings 

Maple sugar 

Moccasins 

Mica 

Pulp wood 

Ketumed goods 

Raw furs 

Shingles 

Snow shoes 

Shorts 

Toboggans and snow shoes (tog) 

Timber 

Wood>work ing machinery. .... 
Wagon jaoks 



Quarter ending — 



Sept 80. 1882. 



$330.00 



17, 74a 94 



187.50 
160.00 



12U.00 
2,274.69 



6, 036. UO 
4, 332. 6U 
7,877.00 



Deo. 81, 1882. 



$38,407.71 



153.00 



426.50 



12, 120. 16 



45, 237. 13 
8,788.96 



4, 363. 00 

1,430.00 

4, 652. 00 

5.00 

28,91.1.99 

5,566.92 

139.00 

16,900.50 



236.30 
66.00 



8,291.88 
152. U 



6,044.12 
' 35.00 



Total 

cABurroir plaob. 

Chains (old, for logging) , 

Emigrant's elfoots 

Fnra, raw 

Hides 

Homes 

Lambs and sheep 

Lath 

Lumber: 

Ash 

Basswood 

Birch 

White pine. 

In bond for export . . . 

Red pine 

Spruce 

Snip timber 

Peas 

Piano 

Pickets 

Polos 

Pulpwood 

Shiuj;Ie8 

Cedar 

Pine , 



Total 

CBAKLOTTBTOWN. 



ninnberries 

CodQsb 

Uggs 



44.00 
1, 992. 67 
1, 000. 50 
1, 290. 00 
100.00 
1,687.07 

26.35 



67.49 
62.70 



83, 819. 21 



1.965.00 



1.400.00 
6,000.00 



464.69 
2,092.91 



117, 457. 84 

8, 531. 86 

308.55 



288.64 



81,010.85 



863. OC 
150.96 



65, 815. 00 
661.90 

2,660.20 

1,687.84 

370.97 

159.976.03 

2,768 68 

1, 024. 15 

110.74 

257. 62 

1, 842. 77 

200. 0:) 

375. 65 



8,587.50 

1, 343. 20 
282.00 ; 



969.25 
225.60 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



143,721.59 



3,060.25 ! 

100.00 i 

14,944.71 • 



1, 027. 74 

181'. 50 

9.464.24 



915,559.92 



22.10 



1,640.00 
1, 122. Ob 
4,302.00 



June 80, 1893. 



5,681,82 



1.889.92 



400.00 

i'ieo.'io 



17L50 



142.00 
19.00 



16,659.44 



3.124.60 
1,844.00 
2,000.00 



930.60 

1,051.?2 
151.72 



119,898.60 
8,232.73 
1,504.64 



905.21 
862.46 



180.00 



156.00 
1. 048. 28 



$60.00 



11.25 
90.00 



38.134.46 



81.70 
16L&0 



362.52 

900.00 

3, 150. 00 

83, 134. 00 



45,529.87 
3,761.28 



4.56 



1,874.51 
218.60 



1,100.00 
8,850.19 



04,078.03 



80.00 

34,400.00 

8,288.00 

1,200.00 



419.26 

8,625.06 
200.14 



167, 38.3. 62 
6,620.05 
1,417.66 



1,263.64 



4,909.25 
"i."i75.'b5 



230,700.86 I 136.393.86 183,931.60 



743. 50 



1,075.00 
'4,'787.'i2 



TotaL 



$60.00 

830.00 

11.25 

90.00 



100.85L02 



167.05 

813.10 

22.00 

120.00 

2,374.69 

426.50 

31.70 

161.50 

12, 120. 16 

362.52 

11,939.00 

10,034.50 

48.966.00 

5.00 

125. 362. Kl 

18,117.16 

ir.9.00 

16. 090. 50 

4.56 

236.30 

110.00 

5,757.10 

4, 510. «r 

1,842.13 

1, 200. 00 

12,750.48 

CL35 

171 50 

67.49 

62.70 

142. 00 

19.00 



276. 4G8. 18 



80.00 
8,892.50 
4.782.96 
4,600.00 
6.000.00 
55.815.00 
2,383.24 

9,820.48 

3,090.70 

870.97 

654.710.69 

21.153.32 

5,154.80 

110.74 

2,715.01 

2,705.23 

200.00 

875.05 

180. Oi) 

0,466.00 

1.724.80 
2, 505. 33 



691, 807. 41 



5,762.09 

2H2.50 

29,939.67 



CONTINENT OF AMERICA — DOMINION OF CANADA. 



199 



FalM€ of €Xj^U deolared in Canada for the UniUtd SiaUs, etc. — Contmued. 



AxiielM. 



C£AKXX)TrBTOWK— ^oiitinitod. 



Gmm 

Goods letorDod .. 
Ronoehold effect* 



HflRing 
Hakeeonnds.... 

Lobeters 

Mackerel 

Do 

Mackerel neU. . 

OilboneU 

OaU 

PtoUOoee < 

Slieep 

Sutidriee 

Skine end hides 

Slete 

Toriiipe 



ToUL 

Total for preceding yeer 



StoToo 

Loco and bolu 

HIdea 

iiUppiank 

Bian 

Lnmbor 

Stock of all kinds. 

IfiaoeUaneoiui 

Settlera' effecta ... 
^»1» 



Total 

Total for pieoedlng year 



In 



GLIVTOV. 

AlsBBinuna, Soley metal 

Aalmala: 

Cattle 

Horeea: 

For exhibition and rao* 

„^ 

Fornae 

Sheep 

Applea 

Boana 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 30^882. 



$1,300.50 



i, 081. ;to 

2,021,50 

207.30 



78, 087. H6 

00. 035. 50 

307.00 

3C2.50 

108.00 



885.00 

123.50 

2,263.88 

752.54 



200,810.34 
215, 376. 40 



14.505.06 



87, 074. 18 

72,554.84 

87,0«a60 

5,704.34 

12,520.08 

1, 155. 32 

4,330.04 

8, 078. 41 

1,580.00 

i,oiaoo 



232,058.60 
127,845.72 



104,212.87 



Deo.31,18G:. 



Bone omamenta. 



Briek 

Gaonedgooda 
Hair, hnrae.... 
flairekvth 



lee.. 
Iron pi 

Lein«mpeel 

Lumber 

Macbinery 

Miiraerr atoek 

Hper atook 

Paraflln wax 

Peoltry 

Pnmpa 

Bocap, 0«rmna silTor. 



6,700.00 
2,084.60 
1,220.00 



84.00 
160.00 
270.13 

2, 748. 00 
410. 40 

2,006.52 
311. 47 



30.00 
550.00 
200.00 



1,885.18 



4,650.21 



13,585.50 

500.00 

5, 710. 64 

3,300.50 



3, 473. 78 
31.130.83 
33,563.20 



272.50 

106, 155. BO 

21, 656. 30 

00.87 

' 43.80 

263.00 

355.41 



220,785.71 
01,107.07 



120,678.04 



02,866.77 

60,802.28 

11, 1H9. 60 

3,6i6.06 

17, 781. 60 

700.00 

6,701.30 

4, 842. 21 

3,730.00 

2,074.50 

6,105.00 

10,313.87 



220.843.04 
156,073.06 



66,770.86 



40.00 



Mar. 31, 1603. 



$470.00 
3,522.50 



215.50 
752.53 



13. 809. 35 
8,021.00 



June 30, 1803. 



$43a50 
3.504.00 
6,014.50 



143,008.11 



00.75 


775.50 


7, 635. 27 


46,782.24 




67.00 


460,83 


2,238.31 
1,44L68 







210.113.01 
73,063.06 



4,078.35 



50,014.76 
28,878.44 

162.00 
6,205.67 

277.08 
2,100.00 
8,861.60 
6, 528. 14 
1,660.60 

148.00 
6,236.00 
8,260.06 



111,721.14 
167,420.61 



46,600.47 



137,040.05 



28,666.06 

83,811.36 

24,672.60 

1,672.85 

1,080.50 

700.00 

2,460.06 

2,872.63 

760.00 

2,057.76 

8,030.00 

1,247.40 



108,700.00 
186,644.87 



76,864.28 



98L00 



1,874.60 

'"'iio.io 



213.50 
'£,"326.06' 



20.(10 
400.00 



245.82 
4,773.64 

150.00 

2,328.78 

12,555.45 



3, 813. 60 



224.00 



420.00 

255.00 

2, 503. 30 



1, 603. 45 



10,354.55 



1.220.00 
066.00 



134.60 
'238.'66 



528.00 
188.00 



3,753.62 



656. 72 



620.04 
810.84 



200.00 
'i,'865.66 



130. 00 
606.00 



4, 345. 30 
3, 536. 20 
4, 200. UO 



022.50 



TotaL 



$4,806.00 

030. 00 

13, 765. 04 

15,668.00 

207.30 

3. 473. 78 

252. 532. 30 
li4, 050. 70 

367.00 
362.50 
074. 26 
272,50 

160. 573. 31 
22. 541. 30 

281, 47 
6, 015. 84 
2, 467. 17 

356.41 



646, 609. 31 
388, 468. 03 



271,706.34 



200,321.65 

180,046.80 

73,084.00 

17,400.82 

81,600.26 

4. 656. 32 

16,862.70 

21, 321. 30 

7,630.50 

6,280.25 

21, 360. 00 

14,821.32 



673,413.76 
626,083.78 



47,420.08 



231.00 
40.00 



7,020.00 

8,227.50 

1,220.00 

644.60 

84.00 

861.60 

270.13 

6, 016. 00 
853.40 

4,500.82 
311. 47 

8,753.62 

60.00 

050.00 

200.00 

245.82 

8. 417. 99 
150. 00 

6, 674. 17 
31, 105. 50 

4. 200. 00 
200.00 
130.00 

8, 412. 64 
810.84 



200 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value ofexporU declared in Canada for ike United Staiee, eto. — Continaed. 



Articles. 



OLHTOir— continoed. 



Skins 

Spar goods 

Staves 

Stone, dressed 

Timber 

Tobacco 

Yegetables 

Wasons, buggies, and cntter . . . 
Wedding gifts, noteuomerated. 
Wood, spruoe, for palp 



Total 

OOATXCOOK. 



Bark, hemlock 

Barrels, retamed 

Breeding animals 

Cedar poles 

Clapboards 

Copper ore 

Cotton waste 

Fruit trees 

Furs, raw 

Fulminate of mercury . 

Granite, rough 

Gum, spruce 

Hay 

Hides 

Honey 

Horses 

Hogs 

Lambs 

Lumber 

Logs 

Machinery 

Miscellaneous 

Kiter 

Piles 

Pulp, wood 

Baiiway ties 

BaspbOTries 

Settlors' effects 

Sheep 

Shingles 

Sugar, maple 

Sulphur ore 

Wire mattresses 



Total. 



OOLUMQWOOD. 



Apples 

Barley 

Bran 

Breeding animals 

Eggs 

Fish, fresh 

Hog8, live 

HorHes 

Lambs 

Laths 

Lumber : 

Pine 

Otiier 

MiHcellaneous — 

Peaae 

Posisand ties — 

Pulp, wood 

Settlers' effects . . 

Shingles 

Tan bark 

Telegraph poles . . 

Total 



Quarter ending- 



Sept. 30, 1892. 



$268.90 
391.99 



134.00 
761.05 



120.00 

724.25 

1,236.00 



27,421.08 



I>eo.81, 1802. 



$233.97 



Mar. 31, 1898. 



80.00 
80.00 



900.00 



27,250.76 



10.30 
L52 



61.91 
632.91 



3.85 

1.50 

50.15 



123.80 

0.92 

225.05 



27.70 



1.31 

7.90 

84.58 



2.41 
12.44 



2.80 

6.09 

27.65 



44.52 
541.54 



1.65 



7.56 
2.04 



28.11 



58.12 
20.20 
50.91 



3.55 
6.24 
9.36 
2.70 



110.34 



18.44 
24.93 



15,481 

67,667 

100 

2,195 

6.881 

8,668 



2,264 

27,135 

2,526 

121,428 

1,633 

176 

1,440 



11, 336 

13, 312 

587 



282,829 



2,774 

43,374 
216 



1,810 



1,640 



22.399 
349 



2,092 



996 
6,138 
9,457 



241 
90,986 



$364.10 
48.60 



20,052.40 



1.40 
5.90 



8.61 
292.85 



1.07 
41.93 



8.42 
2.40 



83.83 



9.28 

153.55 

2.35 



6.90 
25.53 



75.20 
8.60 



220.84 



355 

2,000 



46. 153 
1.296 
9,482 



1.769 

213,768 

2,143 

270 

600 



9.840 
10,020 
31,228 



329,824 



Juneau, 1803. 



$538.50 
60.00 



21,275.52 



U.25 
6.74 



4.82 

91.40 

77.03 

8.18 

1.60 



87.61 
3.64 
2.23 



110.82 
2.50 



15.56 
142.88 



2.89 



118.38 

2.66 

2.24 

24.59 

800.23 
L25 



703 



72,668 



420 

28,001 

973 

100,460 

1.152 

406 



9,661 



8.655 
12,745 



12,269 
803,113 



TotaL 



$268.90 

1.1M.46 

60.00 

134.00 

761.65 

864.10 

12&50 

200.00 

721.25 

2,196.00 



95,990.78 



25.75 

19.25 

27.65 

4.82 

196l44 

1,543.83 

3.18 

L60 

1.07 

129.54 

6.20 

2.23 

10.96 

8.29 

1.50 

222.41 

2.50 

182.01 

64.95 

672.39 

2.35 

6.44 

6.24 

87.06 

9.60 

26.84 

7.80 

308.50 

6.26 

2.24 

45.44 

668.44 

L25 



4,034.14 



18,610 

118,041 

1,019 

2,196 

6,881 

128.799 

1,296 

12,006 

50,776 

6, 



618,055 

6,277 

852 

4,132 

9,661 

10,836 

82,049 

06,742 

587 

12,610 

1,006,752 



CONTINENT OP AMERICA — ^DOMINION OP CANADA. 



201 



Value ofexporU declared in Canada far the United Statea, etc. — Continued. 



Artiolea. 



Breeding animals 

Dec«aacia ciilsena' effecta.. 

JEoagranta' offeota 

Horaea 

Eetuxned Amerlean goods 



Total. 



▲pplea 

BuBdalata 

fiarlej 

Buckwheat 

Blocks, oedar 

Charooal 

Grade wood tar .. 

Cemeat 

llour 

Hay 

Eonsaliold goods . 

flscaea....:. 

Hop po l aa 

Taainar 

Lath 



Posts 

PnljHwood 

PleUU 

Sliiugles 

Bswdnst 

Tekif^ph polss. . 
Tsna-cotia brick 

Tle« 

IsoU 



Total. 



Appto* 

Beana 

Bfin 

5«ay 

Cklvea 

Christinas tress.. 
Dried beef. 

BB> 

Vrnhfish 

GrusMsd 

Hsj 

Bones 

EoQsdiold affects 

Bogs 

Ismbs and sheep 

Logs :. 

Lam her 

ICsanre 

Hooeeheada 

lUgs 

Seighs 

Bersp iron........ 

Street organ 

Wheat 

Voodaahaa 



Total 

QASPm BJlSOT. 



Bbeberriea. canned . .. . 
Bone and skin of a aeal 

Bedding 

Codfisu.dry 

Cod-liTeroil 

Vkesh fish, smelts 

HsRittg. pickled 

BoQsahoM goods • • ■>.. 



Quarter endings 



Sept 30,1392. 



1(740.00 



i. 926. 60 
2UO.0O 
027.50 



4L82 



7.986.09 



87.60 
60.00 



888.00 
146.00 



137,024.10 

6.220.92 

6.66 

6,746.30 

2,028.00 

60.40 

20,828.87 



Dec. 81, 1892. 



050.00 



826.05 



48.60 



7,283.00 
1,202.80 



7,897.41 

276w00 

43.60 

05.01 



870.00 



109.00 
9,870.15 



179,037.20 



207.00 
088.00 



4,480.00 
890.00 



6,206.00 

38,461.00 

77.00 

250.00 



80,646.83 

6,601.07 

46.00 

8,837.99 

412.00 

226.11 

16,478.76 



140.00 
'i6,'06i'66 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$2,580.00 
867.50 
182.60 



7,918.61 



290.00 
122.00 



760.86 



160.00 



June 30, 1893. 



$2,860.00 



82.00 
6,800.10 



49.60 



784.00 



83.82 

128,946.89 

2,081.88 



139,63L88 



1,660.00 
043.00 
143.00 



l&OO 
4L00 



4,814.00 



4,093.00 
90.00 



9,236.80 



004.00 



27.00 



14.00 
800.00 



6,482.00 



814.00 



1,000.00 



51,073.00 



2,880.00 

12.00 

17.00 

200.00 



9,001.00 
1,780.00 
1,047.00 



0,784.00 

200.00 

90.00 

1,810.00 
153.00 

2,042.00 



4,232.00 

8,001.26 

30.00 

21, 100. 15 

2.00 

219.00 



8,001.11 
28.00 



86.00 



21, 733. 00 



46,052.00 



824.10 



950.00 



97.00 

4.00 

300.00 



181.00 
'216.00 
"'55.06 



17,414.00 



960.00 
484.00 
452.00 

9, 160. 00 
240.00 

2,990.00 



8,176.00 
1,240.00 



127.00 



18,880.00 



2,928.00 



T^taL 



$740.00 

50.00 

10,871.50 

1,303.15 

700.00 



13,314.65 



176,076.70 603,480.14 



1,660.00 

1,247.00 

143.00 

86.00 

46.00 

41.00 

14.00 

618.00 

1,668.00 

10,780.00 

462.00 

24,507.00 

920.00 

8,086.00 

16,607.00 

48,679.00 

4,412.00 

250.00 

131.00 

814.00 

210. 00 

127. 00 

55.00 

21, 733. 00 

1,000.00 



132,419.00 



8,604.10 

12.00 

17.00 

1,150.00 

2,928.00 

97.00 

4.00 

800.00 



202 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value 0fexpart$ declared in Canada for ike United Siaiee, ele. — Continood. 



ArtifilM. 



Qiuurter ending— 



Sepkao.1802. 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



Jane 30, 1893. 



ToUL 



OA8PB BASQl^-continaetL 



liObsten, canned . . . 
Railway tiea, cedar . 
Sbinfflea, cedar . . .. . 

Sundriee 

Whale oU 



$75a00 

23,057.58 

284.60 



1022.71 



20.00 
1,968.90 



Total. 



OUXLPH. 

Animala for breeding purpoeee. 

Applee 

Baney 

Bonee 

Bran uid sliortB 

Eegs 

Flax straw 

Glueeiock 

Hides 

Horaee 

Hogs 

Hitfness • 

Household goods (free) 

Household goods (dutiable) .... 

Lambs and sheep 

Loniber 

Onions 



8,859.00 
1,411.40 



492.00 

3,644.75 

1,260.00 

220.00 

147.25 



8,913.00 

34,684.35 

4,907.44 

468.00 
1,0<)5.00 
8,448.80 
1.579.48 

183.00 



990.00 



6, 03a 00 



Potatoes 

Pelte, pickled. 

Rags 

Sundries 

Turnips 

Wool 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



Increase. 
Decrease 



Apples 

Beans 

Berries 

Cigars 

Cotton 

Deer horns 

Xmigrants' effeota. 
Ulsh: 

Canned 

Dry 

Fresh 

OU 

Pickled 

Glue 

Goods returned 

States 

Hake sounds 

Hides and skins . . . 

Horses 

Junk. 

Lumber and laths . 

Id iscellaneoua 

Molasses 

Nuts 

Plaster 

Potatoes 

Sugar 

Tea 

Wood palp 



to United 



Total. 



15. GO 

3,705.35 

90.18 

21, 240. 45 

102. UO 



3.605.95 

215.50 

52, 620. 10 



635.20 



265.36 

165.18 

38.25 



88,977.38 
38.073.20 



118.614.61 
144,265.53 



904.18 



80,650.92 



6.00 



572.40 

1,021.84 

314.50 



21,442.60 



4,045.00 

54.320.56 

21, 294. 99 

1,387.13 

10,095.04 

107,833.82 



2,214.68 
405.20 
3, 826. 00 
1.550.00 
3, 475. 68 
4,281.55 



967.62 

77.77 

4,580.00 

16,898.45 
80,536.90 

902.60 

14, 447. 00 

U4.85e.64 

U7.50 

4,209.35 
1. 189. 98 
4,066.70 
182.00 
2, 720. 82 
4,206.40 



1,224.80 



8.767.66 



1, 535. 12 

321,312.48 

68.00 



23.50 

2,437.39 

29, 4ia 14 



1. 491. 12 



540,867.49 



263,380.09 



$1,230.00 
5, 867. 05 
5, 74a 84 



78L25 



783.21 
167.26 
125.60 

4iaoo 



8,684.65 

7.75 

82,888.75 

117.00 

426w00 

1,47a 00 



247. 70 

118.80 

4,07L80 



67,977.56 
87,413.62 



20.563.92 



2,358.50 

"iiilii 



2,879.50 

7,168.03 

13,5.33.07 

4.58.00 

5,076.67 
81,965.60 



2,400.50 

352.49 

3,328.45 



1,832.75 
902.50 
680.15 



16,500.78 
7,768.38 



$450.00 
13, CM. 79 



607.60 

siioo 



225.00 
181.40 



11.024.00 
20,712.00. 



7,567.50 

57.00 

357.00 



390.00 

'4ii.*00 

2^66 



42,224.40 
15.7ia27 



26,514.13 



467.62 

"6,'808.'o6 

68,263.90 

18,223.51 

8,904.17 



8,392.52 
288.60 

8,689.26 
148.56 

2. 9a. 50 
152.50 

2,414.54 

3,278.62 
122.25 
149.30 

1,285.92 



5,859.05 
6,069.98 



81,90 

37,641 

28 

2 

1,98 



48, IC 



11,80 

42,66 

10,04 

1,27 

6,44 

4,70 

2,80 

6« 

12 

18,44 

20,71 

It 

ia>48 

37i 

187,00 

211 

42 

1,8© 

63 

41 

28 

70 

15 

4,07 



263,79 
238,46 



17,33 



67 

84,82 

31 

1,74 

7 

17,81 

186,46 

88.68 

9,66 

29,61 

«13,06 

40 

12,81 

8,18 

14.16 

1,88 

10,44 

12,66 

80 

10, IH 

1.29 

2 

28,42 

368,66 

6 

1,48 



147,606.74 



123,962.68 



1,076.78 



COIITINENT OF AMEHICA ^DOMINION OF CANADA. 



203 



F«2iM (/«9orto declared im Canada for the United Sialee, eie. — Continaad. 



Applas. 
Birley • 



HAJOLTOir. 



Biu 

BaUona 

OuummI apples and tomatoM 

Cocoanutoii 

GofTM 

Cotton waato. 

;«• 

FUx 

Hides and aklna 

!««• 

Hones 

Household goods 

Lumber 

HachiDery 

Pkper stock 

Precuras stonss 

HajEs 

Saws 

Scad ............••....-•..•. 

Kbeepand Ismbs 

BhiDKles 

Taukj^^e 

TeA 

TuUacoo 

Tamps 

Wool 

HiaoeUsneoos 



Totsl 

Total for preceding year. 

xnrQsroN. 



Bariey 

Tteb. frmh 

Van and skins, raw 

Oinaeas 

Hay... 

HonM 

Ban«ehold goods 

Jaatold 

laaha and sheq» 

Laaber 

Kka 

HlaMllaneoas 

Peua 

Phoaphate 

Palp wood 

Betanffoods 

Tiea, ahingles, and posts. 



TMal 

MDKcroir.* 



Horses 

Slieep and lambs 

Claya, terra alba 

Cotton waate ., 

EAets, personal 

Ihh: 

Cannsd 

I^asb andfrosen 

Pickled and aalt 

Lobsters {canned) 

Honnds 

fhiit, blnebsRiss (canned) 

Vara, raw 

Hair, plastering 

Mttals, manganesa 

Plaster: 

Cslcined 

Boek (gypamn) 

Book plastar cbf pa 

T sari ylastar rock 



Quarter ending — 



Sapk 30,1882. 



f0,06&46 



648.00 

11,455.50 

6,0;».86 



537.80 
2,006w71 

11,070.16 
1,646.00 

21,182.72 



4.885.00 
82,378.00 

5,281.33 
10,072.08 

1.000.00 
27,381.00 



8,048.33 



14.680.00 
1,421.00 



1,713.37 



41,865.10 
2.737.U8 



207,933.60 
81. 571. 07 



2,848.08 
8,600.40 
1,843.25 
4,282.80 
1,200.00 
10, 867. 50 

3i;0,00 

1, 876. 00 

20,420.34 

1, 137. 18 

486.56 

873.50 
1,002.00 

100.00 

2,230.00 

11,168.88 



357.00 
840.00 



5,280.00 

639.50 

357.00 

2,870.00 

84,806.56 



8.065.04 



10,168.40 
15, 071. 69 



Deo. 81, 1882. 



$47,836.40 
12.041.08 

1,408.00 
10,543.70 

6,13&28 



3,848.22 
21.458.04 



14,088.61 



4,687.00 

32, 022. 50 

2,260.28 

2,728.27 

600.00 



2,646.78 

476.08 

44,832.50 

717.00 



1,461.58 



1,157.90 

46,244.35 

3.806.50 



260,604.08 
212,057.68 



2,618.47 



6, 100. 00 

6.886.00 

1,042.50 

11,854.00 



12; 591. 50 

13.20G.53 

2,228.83 

4,604.00 

4,556.60 



2,485.00 



140.00 

'*"869."i3 

8,' 620. 66 



17,716.20 
1.300.00 

10,496.05 

529.30 

2,667.36 



107.14 

4.896.05 
7, 788. 30 
1, 293. S6 



Mar. 31, 1883. Jons 30. 1883 



$8,036.96 

7,738.60 

168.00 

7,161.60 

2,331.82 



4.863.35 



842.67 
10,302.00 



16,236.28 
16, 160. 00 
19,087.00 
27,093.25 
676.76 



8,178.28 



1,170.74 

10.827.82 

28,232.50 

204.00 

834.08 

8.843.26 

2.619.94 

1. 396. 30 

64, 309. 14 

10,076.60 



248,388.18 
150.923.36 



159.67 
20,537.69 



9, 196. 50 
1, 320. 00 
6,8U.OO 



1,728.00 



4,530.62 
140.00 
675.28 



286.00 



732.60 



379. 27 
2,996.60 



70,700.14 

9.74 

911. 80 



629.08 
2,097.91 



$860.00 



1,230.84 
6,002.70 
2,263.68 
2,115.00 


648.18 
1,630.00 



11.844.60 
61, 183. 60 
40.421.50 
87,733.00 

2,717.70 
470.00 

1,862. JO 



668.36 
1,684.35 
1, 173. 86 
1, 617. 00 
1,675.00 

983.00 
2,150.00 



8,784.00 
12.144.87 



201. 654. 22 
147, 824. 86 



20,100.60 

1,941.41 

10,031.04 



0,906.89 

1,832.60 

8,646.20 

660.00 



28,650.18 

1,760.44 

8, 62a 48 

840.00 



4,600.00 

700.00 

6,326.57 



803.00 



638.78 

383.00 

6,218.00 



658.61 
'88,626.'46' 



1,663.55 
487.50 



8,550.00 
11,835.27 



1, 104. 00 



included : Bathnrst, Campobello, Newoastia, Biobabuoto. 



TotaL 



$02,887.80 

18.779.68 

8,464.94 

86.258.40 

16,763.63 

2,116.00 

4,863.35 

1,185.48 

9, 328. 60 

42,857.20 

1,646.00 

68,862.06 

77,843.50 

69.180.50 

129, 227. 76 

10.944.97 

40.170.36 

6,640.28 

27. 391. 00 

569.35 

8,460.20 

12,477.85 

89,862.00 

8,917.00 

1.817.08 

9, 158. 21 

2.018.94 

2,544.20 

161,202.59 

28,78&06 



918,709.18 
602.377.06 



20,100.60 
7. 468. 58 

40. 169. 13 
7,943.25 

2^,281.69 
5, 303. 00 

88. 178. 70 
860.00 

16. 194. 60 

62,367.04 
9,657.07 
8.491.04 
6,846.38 
1,902.00 
4,790.00 
8,215.00 

19,990.60 



282,860.48 



2,132.50 

840.00 

1.607.91 

762.27 

28,124.50 

630.50 

88,831.96 

4, 278. 74 

184,934 81 

528.30 

6,361.48 

8, 761. 41 

487.60 

107.14 

23,624.46 

34,605.26 

1,293.86 

1,104.00 



204 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of wporU declared in Canada for the United 8tate$, etc, — Contixiaed. 



Artld^. 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 30,1802. 



ii090XON~Continaed. 

Stones: 

Freeetone < 

Gxindatonee 

Vegetable*, potatoes 

Wood: 

Board*, planka, scanUing, 
eto 

Kiln wood 

Latba 

Piling and poles 

Pulp wood 

Bailwaytiee 

Ship knees 

Shingles (cedar) 

Hemlookhark 

Woodj>alp 

Bondries 



Total. 



KAPAMSB. 



Apples 

Ashes 

Barley 

Beans 

Calves 

Kggs 

Emigrants' effects. 

Furs, raw 

Hay 

Hides 

Horses 

Lanib4..... 

Potash 

Potatoes 

Sheep 



Total 



oaiujA. 



Raw Aura 

Oinseng 

Hides... 

Lumber , 

SetUerH* effects. 

Shingles , 

Tan bark , 

Telegraph poles 
MisMllaneous . .. 



Total. 



OTTAWA. 

American goods returned... 

Apples 

Asbestos 

Bark 

Curtain sticks 

Emigrants' effects 

Feldspar 

Hay 

Hides and skins 

Horses 

Iron ore 

Jewelers' sweepings 

Lath 

Lumber 

Lumber, in bond for export. 

Hatoh blocks 

Mica 

Mineral water.... 

Miscellaneous 

Psmphlets 

Phosphate 

Picketo 

Poles and tias 



$4,072.86 
1,C81.00 



84,037.04 
444.10 
5,871.80 
1,216.60 
8,212.00 
7,248.76 
1.155.60 

65,964.68 
6,814.00 

10,630.23 
1,624.80 



268,164.44 



1,360.00 



0.80 
1,826.60 



108.00 

3iK).00 

1,060.00 

1, 401. 76 



6,336.06 



17.87 

8,606.00 

2,80«.00 

11,066.04 

784.50 

72,333.30 

620.06 

211.40 



01, 232. 66 



1.804.02 



800.00 
7, «fts. no 
I. 680. 36 
9,662.60 

740.00 



500.00 
1, 135. 00 
6, 616. 00 



13, 482. 06 

667, 214. 56 

48, 402. 61 

168.44 

16,7&U.32 



120.68 



1.600.00 
4,420.61 



Dec 81, 1802. 



$1,370.00 
8,437.74 
4,68L70 



17,111.38 
2, 436- 00 
8,740.05 
250.00 
4,340.00 
4,607-64 
4,508.60 

66,040.00 
2,036.00 

12,480.06 
90.00 



Har.81,18e3. 



180,441.44 



a. 00 
06.00 



&00 

'i,'886*6o 



1,436.06 



87.60 

6,857.75 

144.00 



24.00 



0,646.20 



1,088.80 
1,863.72 



82,065.71 

723.00 

40,270.40 



802.26 
666.60 



86,048.88 



6,641.60 



0,666.10 
"7,*8i6."26 



4,688.00 

2, 692. DO 

200.00 

10, 631. 31 

670,.S43.80 

66,106.31 



14,700.78 



6,250.60 
1,647.62 



$4,897.50 



1,286.80 



704.00 
888.05 

20, 141. 26 
1,148.00 

16,061.04 



132,673,48 



June 80, 1803. 



182.00 
'638.'80 



2.000.00 
110.00 

6, 275. 50 
600.00 
100.00 



208.00 



0,864.80 



8,004.28 

34.76 



11,635.28 

1,851.25 

11,186.76 



214.16 
1.230.00 



29,156.40 



571.87 



466.00 
'ii,'460.'25 



785.03 

846.42 

8,060.00 

206.00 



8,265.61 

280,408.22 

10,731.10 



17,644.23 
""*367.*o6 



4,425.00 
1,840.46 



$55.00 
'i,'i6i'66 



18,764.70 
3,839.50 
1, 478. 60 
8,026.26 

7. 109. 00 

8. 180. 01 
637.60 

66,623.03 

073.00 

16,336.21 



188,646.66 



10,147.76 



2,173.00 

82.75 

7,734.75 

600.00 
8,106.00 

682.20 



803.00 



83,710.45 



8,668.07 
108.68 



7,461.48 

2,800.75 

82,286.38 



46,003.80 



4,420.00 
460.00 



6,405.00 
1,009.72 
8,162.70 
1,700.00 
704.60 
076.00 
2,615.00 



8,634.61 

668,362.70 

66,1U.62 



0,612.60 
184.00 
174.00 

i,oiaoo 

4,170.00 
1,001.68 
8LML01 



TotaL 



$6,287.85 
10,118.74 
10,64L85 



72,008.98 

6^218.00 
11,080.85 

4,492.76 
14,751.00 
'^0,828.30 

7,180.74 

109.668.95 

10,871.00 

66,420.44 

1,014.80 



760,816.02 



1.352.00 

228.(4) 

10,147.75 

630. :M) 

&00 

0.80 

7,880.60 

102.76 

16,644.20 

1,300.00 

5,O43.u0 

7,031.70 

862.00 

803.00 

24.00 



50.4li5.50 



7,702.02 

5,592.00 

2,800.00 

62. 218. 61 

6,668.51 

166, 075. 92 

620.06 

817.80 

1,886.60 



262,341.20 



12, 



23, 

3. 
87, 

2. 

1. 

1, 
11, 

8. 

48, 

1.000, 

174, 

57, 



1, 

1«, 

8, 



027.08 
450.00 
800.00 
320.10 
500.08 
004.70 
440.00 
490.52 
821.42 
807.00 
504.00 
200.00 
914. 49 
410.28 
440.54 
168.44 
607.92 
134.00 
651. 68 
010.00 
446.50 
010.27 
04L01 



coNnNEirr op America — dominion op Canada. 



205 



Vdime of wporU declared im Canada far the Untied States, fto.— Continned. 



Pnlpwood. . • • 
Xufirrad tiM. 

Shingles 

Silver ore.... 
Ettw tan .... 

Wood 

Wood pulp. . . 



Total 

TAiMsaeerott. 



Apfdee 

Kgpe 

Freeh fish 

Hojse 

HonoB 

Lambs 

Lumber 

Miacellaneona 

Peraooal and boneehold effeote. 
TelegT»ph poleo 



Total. 



FicroR. 



Appleo ..... 

fiatlej 

Bnekwheai. 



Bands (empty) . . 
Bolts, bMSwood.. 
Fertiliiers: 

Fish 

Ashes......... 

Hones 

Hooiebold effects 
Lambs 



Xaeblnerr 

Xata, Indmn rush. 



Polra. hop. 
Baspberne 
Stcair 



Total. 



ncTon. 



Alewfyes 

fioOdins stone.... 

Dry 

leed and fresh. 
Goal: 

Cofan 

Coarse 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30. 1882. 



Dec. 81, 1882. Mar. 81« 1883. 



$4,400.00 

11,448.80 

4, 25S. 18 



588.00 
82,098.08 



728,238.64 



14,685.00 

5,530.00 

18,862.00 



64,130.00 

18,234.00 

641.00 

1,152.00 



113.184.00 



280.00 
1,400.00 



1,187.00 



200.00 

5.00 

16,581.14 



706.52 



20,358.66 



OMks.emp^.... 
Cirpenters* tools. 
Bels. froaen 

hsB 

Tun 

Grindstones 

Ottse 

Ojpsam 

Baddoek: 

Fresh 

Salt 

Bair, plastering. . 



Household elfoeto . 
Berring: 

ncUed 



Halibat.fireah... 
Hidea and akins. 
Jank. 



12L00 
8,648.50 

120.00 



2,218.75 



2L00 



47.00 
27.50 



8,477.00 



355.50 
4,848.82 

1,773.50 



806.00 

801.00 

24. IB 



$302.50 

2,235.76 

3,729.65 

309.20 



455.00 
81,276.71 



747,865.18 



88,554.00 

4,831.00 

20,279.00 

865.00 

80.00 

188,505.00 

11,301.00 

3,552.00 

2,294.00 



322, 521. 00 



750.87 

5,805.90 

8,503.00 

1,419.78 

50.60 



729.50 
1,260.75 



68,800.04 



200.00 



87,580.84 



8,085.25 

6,754.56 
888.36 

897.75 

3,785.00 

43.50 



155.00 
117.60 



2,403.50 
*8,'275.'00 



52.40 
408.10 



856.00 
1,021.50 

4,521.28 
366.66 
433.28 
506.50 



$1,232.32 



8,096.46 

3,802.00 

28. 785. 16 



881,600.63 



2,564.00 



27.760.00 
1,500.00 
2,56&00 

15,866.00 

6.376.00 

614.00 

8,423.00 



58,261.00 



1,692.00 



860.13 
52.80 



1,137.50 
872.00 



165.00 

"ii'wo.TO 



16,809.22 



683.40 
162.50 



3,366.50 



90.00 



2,422.50 
388.00 



366.50 



Jane 30, 1883. 



$3,352.05 



126.00 
80,632.98 



Total. 



$4,702.50 

13, 685. 56 

12.590.11 

309. 20 

8,096.46 

4, 971. 00 

123,604.40 



705, 506. 90 



22.503.00 

19,792.00 

6,603.00 



0.203.00 
6,465.00 
8, 205. 00 
8,323.00 



80, 174. 00 



2,704.00 

9,285.58 

870.66 



189.00 
265.00 



4.610.00 
1,425.00 



6,386.40 
36.00 



200.00 



25,971.64 



676.75 



6,647.60 



4.50 
8,265.60 



485.50 
806.00 
880.00 



1,122.92 
587.50 



2,502,708.16 



106, 783. 00 
10,467.00 
84,368.00 
22,347.00 
30,264.00 

269, 001. 00 

89,264.00 

11, 272. 00 

15,074.00 

8,223.00 



576,140.00 



6, 146. 37 

15,091.48 

9,373.66 

2,378.91 

103.40 

189.00 

635.00 

1,400.00 

6,747.60 

4,213.50 

1, 260. 75 

365.00 

5.(10 

103,829.27 

36.00 

705. 52 

400.00 



150,780.36 



121.00 
7,218.63 

7,567. 86 
561.86 

2,611.50 

18.788.10 

43.60 

21.00 

156.00 

164.60 

U7.60 

2,403.50 

4.50 

16,017.60 

58.40 

408.10 

485 50 

8.830.00 

6,738.82 

6,284.78 
365.66 

1,864.20 

637.50 

24.18 



206 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value 0/ exports declared in Canada for the United Statee, efo. — Continued. 



AxticlM. 



Ficron— continiicd. 



Knees, Jnnlper 

Lobster, canned 

Lsmbs 

Hsokerel: 

Pickled 

Fresh and froeen. 
Ore: 

Maogsnese 

Copper 

Oysters 

Oil, codfish 

Potatoes 

Pollock, dry 

Plaster, rook: 

Railway ties 

Sheep 

Sewing machines . . . . 

Salmon, ft-esh 

Sounds, hake 

Smelts, frosen 

Tnmips 

Wearing apparel 

Wood, cord 



Total 



POUT HOPS. 



Apples 

Alsike clover seed. 

Barley 

Basswood 

Boans 

Bran 

Cherry Inmber 

Emigrants' effects. 

Hay'. 

Huies 

Horses 

Hogs 

Lambs and sheep . 

Lath 

Lumber 

Pease 

PoiAtoes 

Shingles 

Wool. 

Miscellaneons 



Total 



POBT Sabivia. 



Apples 

Bones 

Bran 

Barley 

Clover seed 

Cedar ties 

Csst-iron plates .. 

XSngineoil 

Blm staves , 

Flax , 

Household goods. 

Hides 

Horses 

Lnmber 

Paper stock 

Potash 

Paraflne 

Sheep and lambs . 

Steel rails 

Wheat 



Total. 



Qnarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1802. 



$709.00 

84,424.78 

4.404.00 

25,484.98 
9.00 

258.60 



2,758.50 

"m'so 



1,340.00 



16.00 

1,508.61 

870.00 



60.00 



04,484.22 



907.00 



6,058.15 
1, 680. 00 
2, 112. 12 
2, 273. 04 
784.56 
8,067.40 
1,818.80 



5, 750. 00 
6,908.60 



8,990.65 



80,389.43 
11,728.76 



9, 199. 05 
6,866.25 
1,764.82 



158,280.42 



Deo. 31, 1802. 



$7,449.00 

47,574.75 
12,502.01 

207.30 



112.50 
420.16 
301.69 



005.00 
"*6.'o6 



1,918.98 
882.77 



82.00 



100,153.30 



6.143.00 



58,996.00 
455.78 



723.06 



7,344.00 
7,760.35 



3,050.00 
052.00 



12,661.80 

700.00 

57,242.54 

57,779.21 

431.68 

6, 157. 68 



628.50 



219,027.19 



181.00 
120.00 
628.00 



1,680.00 



1,418.00 
16,993.00 



4,250.00 

'47*323.00 

"625.' 00* 



7,732.00 
"26.'628'66" 



105,828.00 



9,802.00 
120.00 
126.00 
250.00 



4, 274. 00 
645.00 
350.00 

6,364.00 



6, 025. 00 

185.00 

18,945.00 

420.00 

293.00 



8,973.00 



68,675.00 



122,247.00 



Mar. 81, 1803. 



$86.00 

201.15 
600.00 



49.00 

ii'oo 



135.00 



246.58 

42.00 

104.00 



8,965.13 



5,804.00 

9, 226. 17 

19,368.35 



2,085.66 



6,566.50 
374.00 
6, 100. 00 
6,647.50 
1,884.00 
2, 767. 00 



1,48a 21 
62,209.22 



236.06 



1,731.00 



Jnne 30, 1808. 



820.00 



50.00 


140.00 


2,000.00 




2,065.00 






2,418.00 











741.00 

2,570.00 

3,460.00 

6,495.00 

14,600.00 

23100 

92.00 

67.00 



1, 075. 00 
150.00 



33,922.00 



$1,202.50 

80.582.05 

86.00 

2,255.00 
831.10 



940.00 



1,302.50 
966.00 
135.00 



1,614.10 
'*"80.'6o' 



105,581.52 



15,876.21 
1,056.00 



416.26 



6,585.00 

864.00 

8,300.00 

3.619.50 



102.00 

83, 716. 22 

6.715.01 



5,556.56 

"eii'TO 



126,487.68 133,561.62 



6,142.00 
3.181.00 
4,715.00 
4,626.00 
11,707.00 
8,349.00 



801.00 



37,078.00 



TotaL 



$1,011.50 

115,006.63 

12,U6.00 

76,515.88 
13,342.73 

465.80 

49.00 

112.50 

8,190.68 

1,24L50 

862.50 

1,755.00 

2,306.00 

286.00 

16.00 

5,288.27 

404.77 

104.00 

30.00 

86.00 

60.00 



809.184.17 



11,854.00 

"0,226.17 

100,800.71 

8,20L78 

4,107.77 

8,413.25 

784.56 

15,41L40 

26,730.65 

1,228.00 

23,200.00 

18,127.50 

1,884.00 

34.419.45 

892.00 

222, 838. 01 

138,432.10 

43L68 

SO. 140. 35 

6,865.25 

4,78L08 



637,356.70 



10,853.00 

4.36.00 

648.00 

2,250.00 

2,065.00 

8.372.00 

645.00 

1,768.00 

20,240.00 

5,751.00 

10,350.00 

11,805.00 

02,575.00 

4,OU.OO 

i,oiaoo 

67.00 
801.00 

12,780.00 
150.00 

04,708.00 



209.075.00 



CONTINENT OP AMERICA — DOMINION OP CANADA. 207 

V^au0 €f ^xparU declared in Canada far ike United Staiee, e<o.— Oontinaed. 



ArtlelM. 



POST WtMJSlMt AJKD 8T. THOMAS. 



ApplM 
Bmiui. 
Biaa.. 



HUw 
Hogs 



LvB&lMr. ......... 

00 



PtcMnal effects 

Bturm, heAdings, and bolto 

Tsr. 

Woel 

Sondrtaa 



Total. 



Flows 

Kgge 

CnriM 

Tun, ekiiM, liidee 
Qnin 



Honehold elfeots . . . . . 
Lumbert shinKlee, etc. 

Meet md poultry 

MIeeeDeneons 

Fwlwiliwte of inerBtury. 
Prodneto of urine. . . . . . 

Fans 

SlMep and lembe 

TSmoer, logs, ete 

Potetoea 

Hay 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 80, 1802 



"'i,"74i*66 



1.080.00 
25,891.00 
4, 246. 00 
2.536.00 
6,040.00 
63,101.00 



1,051.00 
8,123.00 



107,516.00 



Total. 



QJJEBMO. 

Aalnala 

Pndt 

Tlab prodneta and proTisiona 

Hooaehold gooda 

Lmalwr. ......... ••..••..•••.' 

lUeeellaneoaa 



Maple Bogar 

Merehandiae under seal. 

PiMteiiiig hair 

Pffli 



Total. 



CT. BTACOTTH. 

Add 

5lS!r::::::::::::::::: 

Booka 

Butter ................' 

Gdftkfna 

Gadarpoata 

gedM. 

ObiiI wood. ...a... ••.•>. 

Rcga 

FffSia 

Goatalina 

mt .-. 

ffaneaafold) 

Hay 

Heap ttnber.. ......... 

Honey 



Hydnwlie moters. 

JotelMga 

Knitting machine. 

UmheT. 

Leather 



88,370.00 
17,273.98 

3,591.16 
10, 527. 15 
08,030.87 

9.644.84 

52,027.93 

102,607.20 



832,441.22 



18,994.00 
250.00 



57.00 

8.00 

64.00 

81.85 



40.00 



80,691.25 



122.30 

12,617.50 

200.00 



5,553.00 
'i8,'266.'08 



Bee. 81, 1802. 



$13,454.00 

10,988.00 

6,107.00 

2,054.00 



883.00 

114.891.00 

2,570.00 

1,126.00 

7,122.00 

36,043.00 

755.00 



8,804.00 



198,796.00 



5,328.00 



14,054.64 
7,685.60 
68,344.15 
10,278.28 
86.844.51 



141,535.18 



4.00 

821.50 

15,084.00 



10.00 



102.00 



62.00 

1,971.08 

428.88 

15.00 

20, 170. 60 



3,084.00 

2.'66 



1,890.00 
16*540.06' 



Mar. 81, 1803. 



18,049.00 
4.445.00 
4,176.00 



8,865.00 
16,306.00 

1,467.00 
855.00 

5,481.00 
21,057.00 



2,^5.00 



Jane 80, 1803. 



$1,426.00 
8,375.00 
2,489.00 
6,000.00 
9,884.00 

4,oiaoo 



8,725.00 
128.00 

7.404.00 

45,079.00 

858.00 



2«248.00 



67,418.00 1 86,626.00 



7,901.00 

40. 248. 88 

6,627.98 



6,448.86 



01,226.02 



8,860.00 



8,829.70 
12,511.00 
47,119.96 
10,759.03 
21,740.87 



7,625.64 



111, 356. 10 



13,362.00 



100.20 



14,630.40 



8.00 

10,650.25 

268.00 



8,888.00 



0,142.51 



14,606.00 



52.82 



360.41 

ii.'isi.'oo 



16,003.00 



178.60 

720.00 

3,470.74 

15,U1.77 



Total. 



$13,454.00 

27,207.00 

13,027.00 

11,418.00 

6,000.00 

0,334.00 

8,838.00 

167.090.00 

12,017.00 

4,645.00 

26.047.00 

156,180.00 

1,113,00 

1,051.00 

10,180.0 



460,356.00 



425.00 

8,848.77 

460.88 

8,815.41 

2,207.40 

17,711.50 

4,625.33 

44,021.08 

108.00 

830.00 

85,551.81 

406,644.40 

157. 17 

40,803.00 

853.00 

1,272.50 

1,021.05 



628,036.80 



47,068.00 

17,273.08 

26,335.60 

88,624.75 

253.752.86 

87, 310. 53 

100,622.31 

102,607.20 

6,448.86 

7, 625. 64 



646,558.52 



4.00 

321.50 

62,006.00 

250.00 

10.00 

62.82 

157.20 

3.00 

256.00 

14,662.25 

62.00 

2,011.08 

780.20 

23.00 

102, 043. 00 

248.00 

122.50 

85, 002. 50 

200.00 

2.00 

178.60 

8, 16.T 00 

2,470.74 

54,068.87 



208 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value ofexpcrU declared in Canada for the United Staiee, eto, — Continued. 



Artldlet. 



CT. HTAODITH— oontinued. 



MKplb&ngK — 

Pea«e 

PlMter statne. . 

FreservM 

Penonil effects 

Pickets 

Salt pork 

Sheep 

SealoU 

Sleighs (old) ... 

Straw 

Shingles 

Ties (railroad) . 

Wool 

Wagon (old).... 



Total. 



CT. JOBN, KBW BBXJRBWXCaC. 



Animals: 

Hors e s 

Lambs 

Fish: 

Dry 

Fresh 

Pickled 

Smoked 

LobsterSr oanned 

oa 

Sounds 

Fruit: 

Blackberries, canned. 

Cranbeiries 

Fors, raw 

Hides and skins 

Minerals: 

Qranite 

Lime 

Mannnese 

Plombago 

Oldjnnk 

Salt 

Starch 

Vegetables, potatoes 

Waste, cotton 

Wood: 

Long lumber 

Short lumber 

Piling 

Firewood 

Ships knees 

Railroad ties 

Hemlock bark 

Last blocks 

Sundries 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 



Decrease 



R. SnffHEH. 

Animals: 

Horses 

Lambs 

Sheep 

Bark, hemlock 

Coal 

Cotton waste 

Emigrant effects 

Fish: 

All others , 

Fors, hides and skins . 



Quarter ending- 



Sept. 80, 1802. 



$25.00 



2,765.00 



1,878.50 
15.17 



452.00 

"iiiis 



8,001.00 
8,518.85 

1,806.15 

478. 17 

87.886.95 

10,324.97 

1,735.00 

2.579.45 



058.90 
200.00 



208.50 

1,704.20 

24,660.93 

112.50 



860.75 

5,732.20 

12,050.00 



481.54 

63,247.86 

128, 218. 79 

5, 188. 80 

21,940.00 

182.00 

722.50 

2,062.00 



3, 994. 80 



826,309.30 



1,832.00 
1,896.67 
118.65 
4,930.00 
3, 140. 00 
1, 286. 50 
1,589.60 

487.40 
233.50 
184.00 



Dec 81, 1892. 



$12.50 
78.79 



2.00 

5,184.00 

50.00 

9.60 

000.00 



192.00 
260.20 



466.63 



8,108.85 
10,468.60 

6,480.50 



8,238.00 
6,228.48 
1,457.50 
8,997.10 
2,506.46 

168.94 
182.50 
204.50 



2,388.66 
19,735.17 



833.66 
1,970.25 



967.96 
640.22 

40, 529. 95 
79,660.70 
16,223.61 
17,4U.OO 
419.60 



2.186.00 
'8,'607.'48 



223,992.07 



1,002.50 
3,051.53 
109.00 
350.00 
5,710.00 
2,522.00 
3, 741. 15 

780.00 
062.00 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$4,770.00 



45.00 
78.00 



15.00 



1,417.80 
1,773.50 



078.50 

10,966.80 

623.75 

650.25 



214.40 
8,634.90 



1,601.47 



8,672.80 



15,830.76 

26,757.02 

4,254.60 

1, 560. 76 

647.60 



2,804.00 
'"*645*i6 



87,236.20 



276w00 



080.00 
7,850.00 






459.50 

1,009.80 
284.00 
746.00 



June 30, 1899. 



$53.16 



7,080.00 



141.00 



1,773.50 



2,260.10 
2,030.03 



10,307.81 



1,834.31 
672.50 

683.00 
18,166.52 



405.00 

857.86 

1,677.50 



7,736.25 
647.71 

64,538.21 

77,872.67 

15.698.80 

18,266.10 

364.00 

2,843.42 

8,095.00 

543.60 

1,672.70 



224,146.08 



1.197.50 



6, 565. 00 
1,710.00 



0,266.30 

648.00 
222.00 
82L67 



T6taL 



$60. 00 

78,70 

26.00 

2.00 

20,090.00 

50.00 

0.60 

1,076.50 

16.17 

45.00 

863.00 

280.20 

442.75 

465.68 

16.00 



300.743.05 



12,303.75 
16,700.45 

10,136.75 
2,500.10 
43,083.45 
87,827.50 
8,816.25 
7,126.80 
2,50&45 

827.84 

382.50 

2,038.81 

071.00 

4,980.25 

71,006.62 

112.60 

405.00 

8,656.73 

0,370.05 

12,050.00 

17,876.51 

1,060.47 

164,143.70 

812,500.06 

41,365.71 

50,176.85 

1,613.00 

S. 566. 02 

10,647.00 

643.60 

0,210.06 



861,683.64 
921,808.22 



60,214.58 



8,808.00 

4,448.20 

227.66 

11,816.00 

18,410.00 

8,808.50 

16,046.46 

2,033.00 
1,601.50 
1,76L» 



CONTINENT OP AMERICA — ^DOMINION OP CANADA. 



209 



Value of wporU declared in Canada for the United States, 0to.— Continued. 



Artidles. 



■T. nsPHXir— eontiiined. 

Onnite: 

Dre«Md 

Undronaed 

Lamber: 

Latha 

Long 

ShinglM 

IfiaoeUaneona 

Mfllaaaw 

Potatoes 

adpkiMM 

Ties 

Turnips 

Unitea States returned goods 
Vood: 

Store 

Kiln 

▲11 others 

Wool 



Total. 



BHBHBBOOKB. 

American goods letnmed . 

Animals 

Bark, hemlock 

Xffeets, personal 

Lumber, manufactared — 
Lumber, nnmanafaotored . 

Hisodlaneous 

Produce and provisions . . 

Product of mines 

Pnlp,ehemical 



Total. 



Lomber 

SBUgnnis 

HiocMs 

Betoms 

Breeding animals 

msr^ 

Diy cattle hair... 

H«bs 

P«s 



Total 



Amies 

Birk ihemlooki 
BeefUdea 



Cklf. 
Cinr-holders . 
BUiy skins... 
ntlLftwh.... 

Itax 

f* — 

ovne •.••.•••. 

Hair, tannar'a. 

Htirpina 



Hty 

flogs 

Untm 

logs 

Umber 

Ihtsesofbone 

Pkper stock 

iWsonaleffiBcte 

Produ4sta, American, retomed. 



Sheep and Ismba 

Ihtagla 

13357 OB- 



Quarter ending— 



Sepi.80, 1892. 



$1,631.60 
4, 710. 00 
5,400.00 
3, 829. 08 

15,366.&0 



2. 252. 50 
353.85 
605.00 



484.00 

478.50 

208.00 

5,401.60 



66,468.65 



8,950.20 

30, 311. 50 

780.00 

5,626.50 

107, 613. 08 

4,091.50 

2,911.96 

4,815.43 

82, 798. 30 

8,000.00 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$1,565.50 
3,307.50 
4,455.00 
8,721.50 
641.50 
1, 170. 90 



9, 31& 29 
1,110.50 

56L0O 

478.60 

2,479.50 

4,382.00 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$1,828.60 



1,517.50 
4, 035. 50 



497.50 



June 30, 1893. 



$96.00 
743.60 

4,643.50 
3,652.50 
1, 316. 50 
2, 093. 00 
439.30 



7,020.55 
182.00 

61.00 



4,706.60 
6,628.00 



60,419.87 



1,236.16 

58,617.26 

600.00 

7,085.00 

83,063.68 

6,226.85 

1,068.86 

3,390.11 

114,126.29 

6,750.00 



254,910.66 



83,317.92 

1,524.00 

1,049.00 

280.00 



276.00 
426.60 



2,005.00 
5.00 



23.00 
646.00 



81,748.43 

813.00 

6,167.70 

845.00 

610.20 



1.460.00 



22,085.50 
176.00. 



281,663.19 



20,040.83 

1,931.00 

'tlO.OO 

60.00 



468.00 



121.00 



39.76 



44.00 
1,822.20 



31.88 
6,623.50 



2,992.00 

900.00 

444.00 

8.00 



2,670.60 

96.00 

146.00 



142.05 
21,486.30 



87,082.06 



1,006.80 

1, 057. 50 

416.00 

3, 490. 00 

73,862.43 

44,844.50 

2,082.32 

421.49 

66,025.46 

750.00 



193,857.00 



3,355.25 

1,052.50 

290.00 



16.00 



1,360.00 
1,250.00 



200.00 
475.00 



11,147.60 



6,165.00 
13,811.66 



40.00 

8,608.00 

336.00 



133.00 



2,912.76 
1,247.50 



679.50 
'8,'803.'50 



41,029.92 



246.00 
1,051.00 

4,180.00 

61, 438. 10 

10,376.53 

161.96 

8,85U.85 
26,427.60 

1,451.17 



U4,182.20 



26,678.82 

18,642.00 

88,600.00 

406.00 

60.00 

160.00 

41.88 



600.00 



1,846.00 



2,885.00 
1,825.00 



238.60 
'27,'966.*o6 



10, 100. 60 

40,000.00 

376.00 



4,647.00 



72.00 
'i4i.*60' 



-14 



TotaL 



$96.00 
743.60 

9,669.00 
11, 670. 00 
12,692.00 
13,679.08 
16,447.30 

1, 668. 40 

2, 252. 50 

363.85 

19,906.59 

2,640.00 

1,106.00 

1,536.50 

6,394.00 

19, 305. 00 



184.000.48 



6 

7,347.64 
99,937.32 

1, 795. 40 

20,381.60 

326,577.29 

64,542.38 

6.Z25.09 

17,477.88 

288,377.65 

11, 951. 17 



844,612.96 



80,032.07 

10,452.25 

6,771.60 

1,035.00 

60.00 

160.00 

41.88 

275.00 

894.50 

16.00 



96,518.20 



600.00 

121.00 

1,860.00 

4,600.00 

6.00 

39.76 

8,086.00 

2,800.00 

67.00 

2,368.20 

238.50 

81.88 

77,484.53 

813.00 

25,415.20 

66,056.66 

1,430.20 

8.00 

40.00 

12,286.50 

431.00 

146.62 

206.00 

142.06 

48,620.80 

416.60 



210 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of exports declared in Canada for the United States, etc — Coniinned. 



Ariiolet. 



BTAMBiiiDOi— oosktinned. 



Straw 

Ties, railroad 

Turkeys, dressed 

Wagons 

"Wood 



Total 



BTBAITOBD. 

Apples 

Baney 

Bran 

Bolting cloth 

Coopers stock 

Cheese 



SnSl 



Simgrant's effects. 

Flax and tow 

Qentian root 

Horses 

Hay 

Hogs' 



Linseed oil cake. 

Lumber 

Lambs 

Miscellaneoaa. . . 

Paper stock 

Poultry 

Peas 

Wood 



Total. 



THBIB BIVBBB. 



Bogs ore 

Cedar post 

Hay 

Laths 

Lumber 

Mineral water 

Oxide of iron 

Personal effects. . . . 

Pulp, wood 

Baw furs (in bond) 

Straw ^.. 

Telegraph poles ... 
Wood pulp 



Total 



TOBOlfTO. 

Ammonia and chemical prod* 

nets 

Barley 

Bones and fertilizers 

Books 

Breeding animals 

Bran 

Bricks 

Diamonds 

Dry goods 

Pruita 

Furs, raw 

Hair 

Hides and pelts 

Hogs 

Horses 

Jeweler's sweeps 

Lambs and sheep 

Lumber 

Hachinery 

Paper stock 

Personal effects' 

Pitch 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$18.60 
12.680.80 



8.00 
16.00 



78,101.13 



1,436.26 
2,060.00 
2,850.80 



Dea81,18»2. 



$130.00 

1,716.00 

121.60 



12.00 



80,894.81 



288.00 



7, 807. 20 

11,480.80 

62,225.66 

207.00 

1,620.00 



25,845.88 

83,507.00 

1,003.00 



828.14 



140,171.23 



822.70 
1, 062. 50 



123,688.40 



725.97 

1,030.00 

45,669.72 



815.20 
24,296.02 



198,010.60 



4,220.18 

036.00 

6,224.53 



13,781.00 
2,544.00 



17,851.40 



2. 437. 32 
10,092.49 



35,993.50 



88. 559. 75 
4.371.63 



102,643.00 
'"7,'6ii.*i6 



17,889.84 
1,075.00 
2,480.90 



114.00 

7,350.00 

5,865.00 

39,875.25 



4,193.00 
150.00 



21,726.55 

675.00 

82,772.35 



843.50 



183,909.89 



77.00 



06,915.48 

8.50 

1,645.28 

4,050.00 

18,613.63 



27.00 

238.70 

25,850.70 



153, 628. 99 



316,055.20 
6,279.13 



10, 179. 50 

"i.'isi.'ao 



80,180.70 



12,197.30 



21, 803. 00 
2, 266. 00 
6,504.60 

89, 122. 61 
6, 437. 85 



88,227.60 

8. 275. 40 

29,658.^ 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



June 80, 1803. 



$71.14 



88,597.80 



215.00 

8,873.25 

788.00 

581.43 



5,922.00 
77,601.10 



19,550.50 



11,971.10 
16, 687. 00 



408.00 
134.20 



187,827.58 



7,705.01 



676.48 
8, 120. 00 



662.84 



29,848.06 



42,19L96 



2,421.84 

127,629.03 

6,550.06 

2,358.50 

U, 633. 00 



29,167.28 
2, 122. 88 

51, 209. 64 
6,934.63 



17,047.53 



15,608.60 
8,711.40 
2,865.00 

11,311.00 



0.499.80 
60,835.00 



75,466.24 



$00.50 
10,489.12 



6.00 



100,751.12 



800.00 
1,474.20 



6,166.50 
57,602.60 



21,054.00 

480.00 

16,150.25 

25,958.21 

841.16 

630.00 

18.00 



181,063.82 



18,842.71 

95.62 

89, 102. 70 



1,525.00 
85,392.08 



27,048.82 



117,007.48 



7,805.87 
84,490.06 
4, 186. 40 
1,948.80 
5,262.00 
2,320.03 



8.130.00 
2,204.23 



1?, 178. 83 

7, 182. 00 

75,967.00 



53. 125. 43 

6,571.06 

2,231.40 

113,785.00 



15.237.25 



Total 



$275.14 

24,704.02 

131.60 

&00 

84.00 



266,848.96 



19,540.60 

7,314.26 

7,503.40 

68L40 

288.00 

114.00 

15,157.30 

88,030.80 

227,884.51 

207.00 

47,823.50 

630.00 

15,150.25 

85,001.74 

61,610.16 

84,405.85 

18.00 

828L14 

848.60 

406.00 

184.20 



508,473.52 



77.00 

882.70 

29,812.97 

06.62 

860,066.68 

8.60 

8.047.73 

10,025.00 

90,676.48 

662.34 

27.00 

553.00 

107,444.10 



511,788.97 



14,087.88 

479,112.00 

82,240.13 

4,807.80 

40,865.50 

4,864.08 

1,030.80 

89,167.88 

8,122.88 

157,830.74 

0,108.86 

8,437.32 

51,615.65 

7,182.00 

148.957.00 

5,077.40 

9,360.60 

242,117.70 

17,380.54 

8,731.26 

865, 490. 00 

3.275.49 

127.872.91 



COKTINEirr OF AMERICA — DOMINION OP CANADA. 



211 



FolMi/tfSBporte declared in Canada for the United States, ete. — Contmned. 



8h60p ...«.■->• 

Shingln 

Tm 

Whea* 

Vooi 

IfiaoellAiieoiia. 



T6UJ. 



iBBrcoir. 



Apples 

A.pplM, «TapoT»ted. 
Bii< 

Buley 



Barrel 



mmI (cords) 
bes4iDj 



ig- 



Oedsrposts 

Cedsr ties 

Cosl-oil bsrrels 

Cortaiii loller stioks . 



mien 

B&lgrants' effeets. 

Hsrawvod 

Hides 

Hop poles 



Lath 

Lsmbe 

Lumber: 

Sswn whits pine. 

Biroh 

Mixed 

Korwsy pine 

Bed pine 

Tsmsrsck 

Bsaswood 

Ksck ssh 

Mspls 

Plaak: 

Mspls 

Pine 

nns ............. 

Cedsr 

flwiuoewood* > > • • « •••• 

iuabbosrdfl 

Bet 

Smber: 

Whits piiie 

Hemlo^ 

lU^^npl^poIss 



TMsl. 



Bttisy 

Bones 

Bflsks 

Canned ssfanoB... 
Clears 

coST 

Ooeosmot sxtraei . 
I^ goods • 



IWh 

11sh-oa 

Ikrs, hides, snd sldns . 
Geld dnst, nnggels, eto 



IroB, wiaimfsrtores of 

Junk 

Jewttisn* sweepings. . 

Ut»«» 



Qnarter ending — 



Sept 80, 1882. 



16,018.00 
4.886.08 



12,880.54 

28,156.80 

8,703.94 



351,708.87 



2,841.00 
"""22.88 



1,506.00 
700.00 

1,07&63 
567.00 



030.00 



8,175.00 

m m m M 

'i,'666.oo 



4,709.40 
4,840.00 

08,450.00 

21.00 

300.00 



6,561.56 

"imoo 



82.00 
4,U4.aO 



I>eo.81,1802. 



$19,735.11 



12,921.59 
13,671.51 



719,904.66 



8,153.50 

i'iw.'io 



62.75 
330.00 

85.50 
863.79 



2, 865. 00 

99.00 

800.00 



125.00 

1,030.47 

615.00 

104,632.13 



257.98 

649.10 

85.50 



24.00 
24.47 

8,788.80 



10.00 



585.60 
219.05 



126,889.66 



446,563.26 



455.87 



40,172.00 

113,461.41 

1,484.95 

4,652.37 

886.60 



909.88 



126,70L63 



Mar. 81, 1883. Jnne80,1888, 



$5,660.50 
4,292.80 



7,745.74 



450,165.27 



$2,747.28 



9,165.80 



364,197.90 



2,147.50 
2,500.00 



2,782.40 



308.00 

33.99 

2,814.00 



258.44 



1,075.50 
308.02 
193.00 



11,928.85 



2,002.50 
496.50 



645,438.00 

595. 50 

56.70 



65.00 



28,581.07 
90,976.66 



88.60 



1,862.50 

868.25 

649,886.26 



417.00 



478. 90 
81,297.27 
40,707.16 

274.10 



262.50 
8,460.20 



745.00 



756.00 
1,860.00 



1,393.00 
78.57 



150.00 



2,590.00 



8,000.00 
150.00 
379.50 
779.50 



133, 617. 93 



240.00 



1,868.40 
8,256.00 



4,497.50 

184.00 

2,252.00 



604.40 
140.' 25 



TotsL 



$6,018.00 
10.346.66 
26.775.19 
12,889.64 
36, 07a 45 
39,376.90 



1,885,977.20 



18,937.00 

2,500.00 

22.88 

5,988.80 

3.366.00 

700.00 

1,078.53 

2,022.76 

408.57 

85.50 

1,462.78 

306.00 

88.00 

10,444.00 

99.00 

0,800.00 

150.00 

504.60 

6,510.37 

4,956.00 

881,700.06 

270.44 

800.00 

257.96 

880.10 

85.50 

2,973.90 

8,624.02 

193.00 

24.00 
24.47 

14,792.85 

184.00 

2,725.00 

10.00 

82.00 

6,264.80 
219.06 
149.26 



163,631.05 



2,377.60 



53.40 
210.00 



633,579.15 
'"i,'i73.'48 



2,402.50 



88,258.66 
66,586w07 



616.52 



191.00 



428, 15L 10 



2,877.60 

2,002.50 

640.08 

210.00 

1,852.50 

868.26 

2,184,465.66 

585.60 

1,686.06 

417.00 

2,467.60 

478.80 

188,808.08 

800,68L28 

1,758. OS 

6,268.08 

070.00 

448.60 

10,784.48 



212 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value ofeo^pin'U declared in Canada for the United Statee, efo.— sJontinaedL 



Artloles. 



TIOTOSXA— contiiiiied. 



Log« 

Lumber 

Iflacellaneoas products 

•rtioles 

Ofttbran 

Betumcd Amerioan goods. 

Rioe 

SeedB 

Slate 

Sngar (Chinese) 

Tea 

Tin plate 



and 



Total. 



WALLAOBBUBO. 

Bolts, staTO and heading 

Hoops 

Horses 

Lambs and sheep 

Logs, elm, oak, etc 

Lnm ber, hard wood 

Potash, raw 

Settlers' effects 

Stayes, ash, elm, etc 

Wood, fire 



Total. 



WATEBLOa 

Hides 

Horses 

Household goods 

Lsmbs 

Lumber 

Tools 



Total. 



WAUBAUSHBMB. 

Apples 

Bran 

Cedarpaving 

Furs, raw 

Ginseng 

Hides 

Horses 

loemachinery 

Lamps 

Laths 

Logs 

Lumber 

Peas 

Plasterers' hair 

Saw 

Settlers* effects 

Sheep 

Shingles 

ShooKS 

Stock 

Timbark 

Telegraph poles 



Total 



WIND60B, BOYA SOOTIA. 



Animals Uvlng: horses 

Coal, bituminous 

Cotton waste 

Xlsh: herring, shad, and mack- 

erel 

Pmit, green, spples 

Furs, undressed 

Qrlndstones 

Gum. spruce 

Gypsum, or plaster of Paris, 

v&manufaotnzed 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1802. Dec 31, 1802. 



$461.04 

283.26 

17,495.23 

6,061.75 

.1 



2,325.00 
122.60 



643,385.00 



4,267.50 
107.60 



2, 035. 26 

48,132.00 

1,332.05 



1,887.28 
26,526.55 
14.226.50 



96,604.63 



75.00 

800.00 

8, 140. 55 

18,575.44 



17.500.00 



183.00 



11.37 
8,505.35 
2,800.00 



4,296.57 
284,875.49 
283, 373. 16 



300.00 
1, 784. 50 



84, 412. 31 



520.96 
S11.40 



666,224.10 



445.00 
1,706.00 



157.00 
7.00 



6,950.00 
45.00 

62,964.00 



$1,640.26 
138.50 

10,060.50 

09.75 

163.37 

876.00 



705.20 
482.50 



684, 107. 17 



2,242.50 

187.15 

81.00 

1,296.50 

82,571.00 

1, 142. 60 

461.00 

922.50 

86, 831. 41 

10,408.50 



86, 144. 16 



300.00 
1,477.50 



18,573.65 



20,861.16 



160.00 
114.00 



1,088.30 
1,853.72 



665.50 
2,687.52 



237,864.92 



1,638.00 

1,090.00 

57,963.07 

255.00 

780.00 



892.25 



806,342.28 



416.00 
,054.00 



612.00 

190.00 

111.00 

8,465.00 

1,125.00 

65,789.00 



Mar. 81, 1803. 



June 80, 1888. 



$188. 10 

114.00 

4,473.16 

299.25 



636,066.64 



236.60 



408.00 
12,802.41 



13,535.91 



1,495.00 
'o,'624.'o6 



11,019.00 



8,004.28 
34.76 



850.00 
'i6i.*60 



72,811.20 
130.00 



2,676.26 

750.00 

24,489.29 

522.00 



214.15 



104,088.42 



1,020.00 

8,052.00 

328.00 



606.00 



$1,200.00 
1,787.46 

1,048.44 

6.00 

2,878.76 

09.76 



2,602.50 



746,690.80 



9,771.26 
425.00 



86.940.00 

4,812.90 

242.50 

1,766.00 

88,863.66 
8,722.50 



101.543.81 



220.00 



2,070.00 



21,640.50 
175.00 



24,105.60 



127.50 

8,658.07 

198.62 



433.00 



237.400.00 
127,899.26 



119.00 
"8,d09.'76 
'67*006'i8 



429,486.88 



640.00 

4,811.00 

892.00 

800.00 



1,155.00 
602.00 

17,048.00 



ToM. 



$1,200.00 
1,787.45 

8,337.84 

64L75 

84,916.64 

6,50a50 
153.37 
876.00 

4,827.50 
822.70 
482.60 



2,710.196.17 



16.28L2S 

1,045.16 

81.00 

8,83L76 

117,648.00 

7,287.56 

703.50 

6,073.78 

115,024.08 

83,867.60 



290,828.61 



220.00 

876.00 

6.842.50 

8, 14a 56 

63,313.50 

176.00 



78,066.64 



160.00 

247.00 

127.60 

7,762.02 

6,602.44 

2,800.00 

483.00 

350.00 

565.50 

7.085.60 

622,275.40 

721,448.54 

130.00 

110.00 

800.00 

8,008.60 

1,840.00 

228.864.80 

777.00 

780.00 

620.06 

817.80 



1,606,985.18 



2,620.00 

12,023.00 

720,00 

1,060.00 

107.00 

111.00 

10,670.00 

2,658.00 

2fik79$.0t 



CONTINENT OF AMERICA — DOMINION OP CANADA. 



213 



VaUue of exporU declared in Canada for the United States, eto, — Contiuaod. 



ArtlolM. 



WDIDSOB, iroTA sooTiA— «ont'd. 

HooMhold goods of emlgranto. 

If anf anese ore 

Mfdflung sand 

Paper nook , 

FUwter. calcined 

y eatables: 

JBvaporated 

Pototoeo ^ 

Wood, and ita mannfactorea : 

Firewood 

Laths 

Lumber, sawn 

Lorn ber, scantling 

Piling 

Bailway ties 

Ship timbers. 

Ship's' 

Staves 
Buidries.. 



Total 

Total for preceding year 



WmWOB. OMTABIO. 



Animals retamed, American, or 

for exhibition 

Bauis 

fiolti 

Breeding animals 

Cedar... 

Chaiooal 

Ibh 



Hideo and skins.. 

Logo 

Limber and lath. 
PtoBonal effects.. 

Palp, wood 

Bules 

Sudries 

Vhisky 

Vood.. 



Total. 



W IUNIFB O. 

laimals: horses and cattle 

&1B 



Cirriages, wagons 

CloUiing 

Floor 

Hah 

Pars, ondretaed 

Hkles 

Booaehold effects 

leather mannfisotures . . 

Kichinery 

PisDofortes 

Organs 

Sewing machines 

Seseca root 

Wooden barrels, empty. 

All other articles 

Whest 

Total 



Quarter ending — 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$378.00 
2,026.00 



5,912.00 
11,766.00 
82,695.00 



18,622.00 

555.00 

497.00 

1,845.00 



146, 460. 00 
134,876.00 



11,693.00 



3,827.60 

61,250.00 
2,014.25 
6, 187. 50 
1, 150. 00 

10,492.62 
7, 148. 00 
9, 018. 84 
1,254.71 

83,200.50 

86,504.88 
5,846.80 



13,811.49 
6,393.81 

14. 779. 25 
1,165.00 



203,054.16 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



$468.00 

8, 807. 00 

702.00 



7,100.00 

8,888.00 

9,586.00 

12, 071. 00 



11,06L00 



640.00 
"l6.'o6 



114,805.00 
88,709.00 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$128.00 
2,034.00 



71.00 



108.00 
1,010.00 

88.00 



1,473.00 
'"431.06 



260.00 

"iioo 



10,705.00 
9,720.00 



26,036.00 



6,457.50 
8, 153. 00 



836.78 

4,000.00 

6. 945. 36 

5, 092. 00 

6, 713. 28 

1,249.61 

16,639.76 

37.700.94 

120.00 



13,629.05 
8,992.05 

25,212.25 
1,692.00 



136,333.67 



976.00 



0,906.60 
6,000.00 



110.00 
200.00 



1,700.92 

583.60 

0,87L38 

20.00 



9,060.37 

9, 376. 60 

21,744.85 

364.00 



64,928.22 



JonedO, 1893. 



$1,513.00 
6,075.00 



875.00 
108.00 

8, on. 00 

6,161.00 
8,015.00 

U,28L00 
1,805.00 

17,60L00 



316.00 

160.00 

20.00 



100,943.00 
103,647.00 



8,104.00 



8.049.60 

7te.00 
9,136.47 
2,418.25 

000.00 
11.439.44 



2, 003. 70 

1, 668. 01 
62, 226. 00 
44,927.08 

2, 000. 00 

114.00 

28,024.31 

6, 144. 81 

26,720.90 

860.00 



196,482.87 



Total. 



$2,487.00 
14.842.00 

702.00 
7L00 

875.00 

216.00 
12,027.00 

16,049.00 

29,366.00 

57, 520. 00 

1,806.00 

48, 605. 00 

665.00 

497.00 

8,050.00 

150.00 

61.00 



872.922.00 
336.92L00 



46,001.00 



27,241.00 

60,166.00 
11,149.72 

8,552.63 

6,250.00 
28,877.42 
12,240.00 
16,785.82 

5.873.25 
102,658.85 
126,004.28 

8,076.80 

114.00 

04.615.22 

29.906.67 

88,457.25 

8,98L00 



600,798.81 



26,806.00 
4,207.00 

23,227.00 
6,60L00 
4.865.00 
1,742.00 
198,074.00 
U6,408.00 
7, 213. 00 

45. 811. 00 
1,962.00 
4,016.00 
2,950.00 
1,865.00 
1,613.00 

16,925.00 
6,382.00 

41,205.00 
200,896.00 

711,221.00 



214 COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 

OASPE BASIN. 

THB FI8HXRISS. 

Cod— This fiBbery, which is about the main sapport of this oonsolar district, will 
not vary much from last season ; there was more nsh taken bnt the weather has been 
so unfavorable this fall for curing that quite a lot will haye to remain over until 
next season ; the exports therefore will be about the same as in 1892. 

Salman — This fishery, both net and fly, has been good durine the past season. 
About all of this fish is shipped fresh from this port to Fult-on Market, New York 
City. I am unable to give the amount as the fish are shipped first from here to Dal- 
housie and Campellton, New Brunswick, and repacked and shipped from the above 
two places. 

Mackerel — This fishery still continues to be a total fiiilure as usual in and around 
this district. 

PETBOLBUM. 

Two wells have been worked during the season, while other locations have been 
chosen and derricks built. The work along the coast line from Seal Cave to Gaspe 
Basin seems to have been unproductive and is apparently abandoned. The best 
prospects seem to be on the York River in the township of Gaspe south. The well 
beyond the township line on the York River is reported dry. Of the three wells 
above mentioned in the township of Gaspe south, two are not of much account, but 
the third, about a half mile to the south, and nves more promise. About the mid- 
dle of last month (December) the company made arrangements for torpedoing the 
wells and since this has been done the generally accepted report says that No. 7 weU, 
or the one farthest south, is giving considerable quautity of petroleum of good qual- 
ity (some say as much as three barrels a day), at all events No. 7 is the oest tiling 
the company has struck yet. I think it will enable them to get more money and 
prospect the country further. If it turns out that oil lies to the south of the Tar point 
anticlinal then there will be many lots of land which the old company dia not 
secure. 

The International Company (a company that I have alluded to in my last three 
annual reports) seems to have dropped out altogether, although the machinery has 
not been removed. 

BOIS DBS CHALBUB BAILWAT. 

This railroad has made considerable progress during the past year, and is in 
operation as far as Caplin, which is for the present its eastern terminus, and in time 
it will be finished as far as Paspebiac. It will, even as it is, be of great benefit to 
the coast. I do not see why so important a county as Bonaventure has been so long 
without a railroad. Its farm products compare favorably with those of some of the 
most prosperous counties in eastern Canada, and, besides this, it has its fisheries and 
forest products. Now that the present Government is pledged to see a proper expend- 
iture of grants, I hope to see a great advance made in the extension of this railroad. 
I understand that the contract with the steamship Admiral to carry the mails 
between Dalhouse and Gasp6 has been renewed for only one jrear because the fijiishing 
of the railroad to Paspebiac will render a new contract or revised conditions necessary. 
This road is in good order as far as Caplin (80 miles distant from Metapedia), stations 
built and trains running ; and during the interval which will elapse between the clos- 
ing and the opening of navigation it is the intention of the company to run trains 
three times a week during the winter, and to run a stage between the terminus and 
New Carlisle and Paspebiac. The manager speaks hopefully of the prospect of pas- 
senger and freight traffic. I am afraid that it will be some years before the rail- 
road is extended to Gasp^ Basin, unless some extraordinary developments take place 
in petroleum or in some other at present unknown product of the country. 

MABUnB POLICB. 

The vessels of this force were composed of 5 steamers, viz, Acaditif La CanaSienne, 
Constance, Stanley, and Curlew, and 2 schooners, viz. Vigilant and Kinfgfieher, These 
vc8sels%ave been as active as ever in looking arter our fishing vessels, but our fisher- 
men have exercised ^eat caution in avoiding any cause of complaint against them, 
only 1 American fishing vessel (the schooner Lawrence A, Monroe, of Gloucester, Mass.) 
was brought into this port the past season under seizure, and that was for an infringe- 
ment of tne customs laws, committed at the Magdalen Islands some twelve monSia 
before when the above vessel was under command of another captain. 



OONTINEirr OP AUEBICA — DOMINION OP CANADA. 



215 



DESTITUTE AMERICAN SEAMEN. 



This consulate granted relief to 19 American seamen during the past season in the 
way of board .and passage to the United States amounting to $213.34. 



AMERICAN VESSELS. 



The man-of-war Newark, 3 steam yachts, 1 schooner yaoht» 4 towboats, and 2 fishing 
Teasels called at this port during the past season. 

MAVIOATION. 

• 

The last of the vessels of the season sailed on the 1st instant; the previous year on 
the 3d of the same month. On the 4th of this month the light-ship at Sandy Beach, 
at the mouth of this harbor, went into winter auarters and the harbor light was 
extinguished. The storm-sienal station is closed for the winter. Navigation opened 
here &st spring on the 8th of May. 

YoIms of declared vepwUfrom the canMular dittriet of Oa9p4 BaHn, Quebec, to the United 

Siatee during the year ending December 31, 189S, 



Articlee. 



Quantity. 



Yalaa. 



Blaeberries, canned 

Codflsh,dry quintals. 

Codfish, green barrel. 

Cod-liTer oil do... 

Fnsh fish, smelts : pounds. 

Herring, pickled barrela. 

Honsemud goods packages. 

Lobsters, canned esses. 

Msokerel barrel. 

Railway ties, cedar pieces. 

Shingles, cedar M. 

Simories 

Wearing apparel cases. 

WbaleMl ».. casks. 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 



815 

198 

1 

M9 

4,870 

12 

15 

876 

1 

480.067 

121| 



2 
164 



$824.00 

963.00 

2.60 

2,980.00 

97.40 

40.00 

360.00 

2,216.00 

10.00 

67,106.60 

212.63 

20.00 

200.00 

1,968.90 



67,003.02 
4A,960.1S 



20,062.86 



Statement ehowing ihe inworte from the United States to the ooneular dietriot at Qaepi 

Baein, Qu^eo, for the year ending December 51, 1895, 





Articles. 




Quantity. 


Yalue. 


Beef 




barrels. . 


26 
100 


8200 


f^^A^I AntbTAnlte. .. ........... 




tons.. 


662 


If Inlnff m ArfthiiifirT. .^....^.-.....r.^,,,^,. 


4,709 


MftirhandisA. ................ r- - - 




2,903 


Pork 




barrels.. 


100 
200 


1,600 


Pitch and tar 




do.... 


200 


8*i]Me netsL andcoidaffe ...•• ' 


2,669 












TotAl 




12,828 


Total for nrecedinff Tear r-- - 




17,227 












Deoreaae ... a •■•■■■••>>• » 




4.404 









TOTAL TRADB. 

The exports and imports from and into this consular district, exclusive of the 
United States, were as follows for the year ending; December 31, 1893 : 

£«port».— Codfish, 44,094 quintals, valued at $257,956; shipped to Barbados (West 
Indiee), Brazil, Italy, Spain, and Jersey (Great Britain), and in vessels under the 
firitish flag; lumber, deals, etc.. $4,437. 

The imports for the same period consist of general merchandise, nets, lines, and 
twine, salty coffee, sugar, and molasses, valued at $3,129.60. 



216 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Trade ofPaspehiao. — ^From the consular agency at Paspoltiac, in this ccnsnlar dis- 
trict, for the year ended December 31, 1893, there were exported 65,500 quintals of 
codfish, valued at $327,500; 1,500 barrels of cod oil, valued at $18,000, and 20,000 
cedar shingles, valued at $3,000. 

The imports were general merohandiscy $12,000; salt, $7,00C; sugar and molasses, 
$19,000. 

Almar F. Dickson, 

Con9uL 
GtASPk Babxk, January g, 1894. 



ST. STEPHEN, 



Statemmi thawing the imports at 8t, Stephen, New Brun9wich,for the year ending June 

30, 189S. 



ATUdes. 



Beer.hi kegs gallons.. 

Books, PAPeri mAnafsotnres of 

Breads torn barrels.. 

Ck>al: 

Bitnmlnons tons.. 

Anthracite do.... 

Gotten goods yards.. 

Do do.... 

Cotton wool pounds . . 

Dmgs and dyes .......... .......do.... 

Do do.... 

Earthenware, China 

FroiU 

Iron and steel, mannfactnres of 

Do 

Leather, mannfaotores of 

MisoeUaneons 



12,630 

290 
2,040 
4,034 
302 
4,048,157 
208,730 
50,060 



Molasses gallons. 

Oils do... 

Provisions pounds. 

Tobacco and cigars boxes. 

Wood, mannfactnres of 

Woolen goods yards. 

Glnoose pounds. 

Total 



Quantity. 



815 



101, 166 

00,103 

167,229 

1,033 



0,818 
225,505 



Value 
entered. 



$152.00 

5,250.00 

27,410.00 

1,307.00 

11,001.00 

520.00 

237.00 

355,003.00 

48,504.00 

737.00 

4,312.00 

11,025.00 

54,001.00 

4,603.00 

1,480.00 

153,583.00 

10,128.00 
0.471.00 

12.856.00 
8,484.00 

12,422.00 
3,700.00 

3,700.00 



743,154.00 



Amount of 
duties. 



$108.16 
1,800.84 
8,027.80 

173.20 



183.60 
65.88 



048; 14 
147.40 

1,464.40 

3.080.63 
16,348.57 

1,410.06 
318.45 

8, 038. 06 

1,517.40 
6. 302. 17 
2,070.87 
4,738.00 
8, 100. 35 
1,120.31 

8, 628. 06 



61,578.63 



Whence imported. 



United States. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Great Britain 
United States. 

Do. 

Do. 
Qreat Britain. 

Do. 
United States. 

Do. 
Great Britain. 
United States. 
United States and Gxeat 

Britain. 
West Indies. 
United States. 

Do. 
Spanish West Indies. 
United States. 
Great Britain and United 

States. 
United States. 



TBADB WITH THE UNITED STATES. 



Stateimeni showing the imporle and exports between St, Stephen, New Brunswick, and the 

United States for the year ending June SO, 1895, 



Articles. 



Books, psper, manufisctures of 

Breadstuin barrels. 

Coal tons. 

Cotton, manufactures of yards. 

Drugs and dyes 

Fish, salted and pickled 

Frulto 

Horses 

Iron and steel, manufactures of 

Leather, manufactures of 

Miscellaneous 

Molasses gallons. 

Oils :..do. 



Provisions pounds. 

Sheep pelta 

Tea pounds. 

Wood, mannlkctuies of 



Total 



Lnporto. 



Amount. 



12,530 
3,230 
4,048,157 
208,680 



00.103 
167,220 



Talue. 



$5,250.00 
27,410.00 
12,468.00 
856,140.00 
43,504.00 



U, 025. 00 



54,001.00 

1,488.00 

05,583.00 



0,471.00 
12,856.00 



12,422.00 
042,687.00 



Exports. 



Amount. 



250 

65,188 



80 



85,422 



64,200 
6,000 



Talue. 



$884.00 
8,808.00 



8,425.00 
i' 643! 00 



178,530.00 
18,681.00 



43,306.00 

1,450.00 

184,68L0O 

888,448.00 



CONTINENT OF AMERICA — FRENCH N. A. POSSESSIONS. 217 



NAVIGATION. 



SMmeni thawing the futvigation at the port of St, Stephen, New Brunewiek, for the 

ye4ur ending June SO, 1893. 





From or U^— 


Entered. 


Cleaz«d. 


Hag. 


Steamer 


Batting 
vessels. 


TotaL 


Steamers. 


SaiUng 
▼eesels. 


TotaL 


Ciiuidiaii... 

Audiah 


Dominloxiports . 
BriUsh West 
Indiee. 


No. 
110 

« • • • 


Tons. 
3,320 


No. 

289 

1 

2 

1 

84 

8 


Tons. 

5,855 

98 

830 
147 

8.158 
878 


No. 

390 

1 

2 

1 

42 
45 


3\ms. 

8.675 

98 

830 

147 

8,275 
7,173 


No. 
HI 


Tons, 
3,833 


No. 
297 


Tons. 
6,720 


No. 
408 


Tons, 
10,058 
















Do 


Smmieb West 

Indies. 
United Statee... 

. a a .do. ........... 


















Uoited States.... 
CnrndJim ...... 


8 
87 

155 


117 
6,295 


8 
37 


117 
6,295 


88 

4 


8,061 
185 

9,966 


41 
41 


8,178 
6,480 






TWal 


9,782 


835 


9,966 


490 


19,698 


156 


9,745 


334 


490 


19, 7U 






Bt. Stephkii 


rs, June SO, JSBS, 


> 








Edoab Wuidden, 

ConetU, 



FRENCH NORTH AMERICAN POSSESSIONS. 

ST. PIEBBB AND MIQUEIiOK. 

Vebuof declared exports from the consular dieirict of St, Pierre and MiqueJon to the United 

States for the yeai ending, June SO, 189S, 



Articlea. 



Ooifl«li,d: 



Mii,anr: 

In bond (in drams) 

In bulk. 

In bond (in drams) 

In balk. 

, Do 

In bond (in drams). 

Do -a. 



Total. 



Qaarter 
ending — 



Sept 80, 1892 

do 

Beo. 81,1898 

....do 

Mar. 81, 1893 

....do 

June 80, 1893 



Quantity. 



QttintoZf. 
8,131 
2,034 
6,9184 
8,718 
2.995^ 
686{ 
1.921 



Yalneb 



I $12, 678. 35 

I 26,390.38 

\ 8,598.35 
4.930.05 



52.567.13 



Geo. J. Steer, 

Consul, 



218 



COMMEBCIAL BELATI0N8. 



MEXICO. 

Value of declared exportifar the United Stateefor the year eni^ng June 30, 1S9S, 



^ 'mUnlmm. 



AOAPULCO. 

Coffee 

Hldea 

Liiuea 

Mexican ailTor dollars 

Bnbber 

Skina 

Tropical fraita, other than limea 



Total. 



Alligator akina. 

Beana 

Coffee 

Chide 

Cocoa 

Foatic 

Deerfckina 

Ooatakina 

Hides 

India rubber... 
Iguana skina... 

Loffwood 

Miuiogany 

Plamea 

Tiger skina 

Wild hog akina 
SaraaparillA.... 

Tamarind 

ChocolAte 

Curloa 

Cedar 

Fiah skins 

Parrota 

Sugar 



Total. 



LA. PAZ. 

Bark 

Bullion, ailrer 

Damiana learea 

Fins, shark 

Hides 

Orohlllaweed 

Pearla....^ 

Shells, mother-of-pearl 

Shell, tortoise 

Salt 

Skina, deer, etc 

Miaoellaneoaa 



Total. 



MATAMOB08. 



Aaphaltiom 

Bonea 

Cattle hair 

Coffee 

Com 

Cotton seed 

Chick nease 

Duck feathers 

Furs 

Goat, deer, and other akina. 

Hldea and calfiBklna 

Homa , 

florsehair 

Ixtie 

LiTS animals 

Mexican ooin 

PUoncillo 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



91.200.00 

4.004.78 

U, 283. 10 



05.76 

1,020.71 

853.43 



22,707.78 



0,965.72 

""m'.io 



1,99L49 



i,9b5.24 
1, 291. 13 



27, 346. 57 
1,949.80 



182.69 



4,247.80 
182,810.50 



289.76 
2,914.86 



8,000.00 
16,356.23 



4,302.50 

'""so' 00 



ie2,17L13 



164.61 

182.47 

70.47 



10L87 



11,415.02 

10,340.76 

46.67 

2,846.60 



140.07 
'289.'62 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$12,585.00 
10,388.08 
11,34L64 



512.00 

2,674.30 

326.09 



37,827.11 



8,834.62 

"""so." 66 



1,474.00 



6,902.20 
1, 879. 60 



2,117.76 

24,916.01 

495.35 



257.74 
82.90 



792.36 

164,010.60 

2,109.38 

74.50 

8,256.97 

155.60 



11.675.34 

83.00 

1.282.50 

272.03 



173.712.08 



49.77 

944.55 

42.94 



68.18 



9, 580. 12 

8.107.89 

111. 51 

2.892.97 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$9,792.00 

12,168.80 

7,722.07 



1.638.31 

2,082.00 

193.81 



June 30, 1888. 



$47,918.77 

8,068.68 

10.942.79 

6,000.00 

260.00 

7,926.02 

564.00 



88.696.67 81,660.26 



U, 922. 96 

1.179.37 

855.55 

1.205.96 

310.56 

288.27 

2.027.36 

68.77 

6,777.53 

607.33 

42.47 

84.10 

88,214.36 



20.89 

252.93 

81.58 



1,241.68 

128,006.50 

737.65 

44.40 

4, 140. 78 

216.50 

1.004.90 

6,916.76 



340.68 
66.50 



142.706.24 



15.63 
661.93 
260.84 



22.64 



05.63 

42.16 

14,336.17 

13.641.62 

280.20 

6,109.48 

7.76 

870.68 



484.69 



9,660.08 



257.06 



iiaso 

92L06 



8,186.06 



406.68 

1,261.75 

83,712.90 

18,261.73 

23.00 

127.66 



9L12 
16.26 
16.00 
64.60 
84.75 
1,211.25 
1.045.00 



1.048.50 
126,007.60 



* 647.40 
8,800.07 



1,002.60 
908.00 
480.00 



399.40 
187.76 



Total far 
the year. 



184, SSL 12 



124.00 
2,793.80 



21.00 

27.00 

44.00 

16, 180. 76 

21,689.74 

49.60 

0,700.41 



10,000.00 
1,887.00 



$71,495.77 

35.529.83 

44,239.60 

0.000.00 

2,490.07 

14,603.12 

1,427.33 



175,79L82 



81,873.88 

1,179.37 

855.56 

1,682.81 

810.01 

898.77 

6»413.91 

68.77 

20.86L03 

8,778.00 

509.15 

3,463.00 

124,188.84 

20,696.88 

43.89 

82L01 

114.43 

01.12 

10.25 

16.00 

54.60 

24.75 

1,2U.2S 

1,045.00 



219,717.42 



7,329.84 

540.036.00 

2,847.03 

950.06 

14,112.07 

872.00 

6.007.40 

84,850.32 

603.00 

6.685.00 

1.012.01 

294.25 



012,970.57 



219.91 

1,078.95 

487.75 

8,798.80 

101.87 

22.64 

9LO0 

180.81 

80.15 

61.61L96 

53,688.91 

487.78 

18,565.80 

7.70 

610.70 

10,000.00 

2|7U.21 



CONTINENT OF AMERICA — MEXICO. 



219 



Value of declared exj^U for ihe United Staiee, etc. — Continaed. 



ArtielM. 



lUZAMOSOS— oontinued. 



Mt 

inilphiuated ii»phthol. 

Whetstone 

MiMeUaneons 



Total 

TABO DBL HOmn. 



BbIUob: 

Gold 

savw 

Lead 

OoiB: 

Gold 

SaTor 

Qf^n and tobacco. 

Hides and skins 

Govemment bonds. 

Iiv« stock 

liqnors 

On, silrer 

Orsaees 

Solpnides of silver. 
Bondries 



YBBA CBCTZ. 



Alligator skins. 

AIoeoQ 

AmiDonia ...... 

Anise 

Asphalt 

Barrels, empty . 

Bmds 

Books 

Btttterflies 

Brooairoot 

Gedtr 

Chicle 

ChooobUe 

CSgin 

Cipxettes 

Cowhatr 

CoSm 

Cocoa 

Curios 

Desrskina 

BagraTines.... 

Heron 

Dnck 

Hen , 

nsh skins , 

Fruits 

Fornitnie 

Fnstie 

Guana skins.... 

Gold ban 

Gostskins 

Gbie , 

Hides: 

Dry 

^ Wet, salted 

Horsehair 

bdlgo 

Iran cylinder .. 
Jwdepaira).. 

Ixtie -- 

Jilap 



l<i>ard shdns 

leiftobaoco 

liTsidanta 

Uving bizds ..... 
leather shaTlnga 

^gwood 

IfagnoUaleaf.... 
Machinery 

iteT:;;::::: 



Qnarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$1,327.18 
63.12 



884.79 



27,372.25 



660.40 



4,204.00 
9,397.60 



125.00 

1,506.90 

848, 800. 00 

6, 466. 64 



53,251.75 



1,203.12 
4,832.71 



0,055.72 
"""35.00 
'"'465.68" 
"4,'897.'26" 



10.948.39 
3,704.00 
8,595.77 



1, 293. 16 

'4d5,'758'83' 

*3,*883.'97' 

1,949.80 



3,523.63 



26,151.71 
86,80 

27,575.99 



42.00 



175.00 
1,137.24 



3,617.58 
274.15 



Dea81,1892. 



$435.78 



22,223.71 



374.88 
5,935.97 
1,627.57 

6,412.00 
78,441.00 



1,520.12 



5,700.98 



10, 760. 57 
4,829.78 



8,834.62 



2,926.68 
12, 832. 44 



6, 075. 15 
'2i,'824.'66' 



1,879.79 
67.64 



144,219.72 



2,216.00 
302.00 

405.35 

""37." 56' 



10,260.37 



80,450.15 



24,860.14 



9,850.12 
' '37*56 



Mar. 81, 1893. Jane 80, 1893 



1678.71 



651.63 



37,337.01 



811.92 
8.829.98 



4,900.20 

649.54 

56, 767. 92 

5, 002. 80 
33, 340. 20 

2, 173. 00 



11,022.96 
37.56' 



800.00 
7,750.00 
8,599.37 



6,284.80 
13,521.94 
26,812.72 



8, 708. 12 
45.00 



2,088,083.85 
310. 55 



2,901.55 



285.00 



9,873.09 

42.47 

1,604.52 

14,239.60 



80,514.56 



2,286.45 
37.50 



1,78&15 
221.08 



560.00 



70.00 

60,303.66 

140.00 



2,117.75 



37,353.86 



65.00 
10,426.18 



$1.50 
735.70 



60,210.40 



2,500.87 
34,160.65 



1,656.61 
"**i84.*6i' 



29,501.83 



19, 947. 35 
4, 523. 99 



10,012.92 

662. oa 



26.48 

140.84 

822.73 

1, 100. 20 

22LU 

66.20 

11,752.05 

7, 246. 26 

6,960.65 

16.25 

477.08 

87.07 

52.96 

1,966,767.76 



15.00 
7,306.70 



22,862.66 

871.65 

1,416.53 

24.75 

19.86 

831.00 

18,370.16 

532.88 

350.19 

190,446.37 



18,650.12 

6,553.80 

191.74 

2,109.42 



4,035.62 



410.00 



84.10 



42.00 
112,876.72 



10,813.03 



132.40 
11,500.72 
996.75 
331.00 
217.77 
1,261.76 
158.88 



Total for 
the year. 



$1,906.8» 

63.12 

1.60 

8,206.90 



147.143.37 



000.40 

874.88 
12,730.84 
86, 184, 82 

6, 412. 00 

78,441.00 

436.92 

8,503.67 

848,800.00 

11,601.67 

649.54 

145,282.48 

6,002.80 

65,251.24 

16,359.48 



68.860.90 



82,220.22 

662.00 

72.60 

26.48 

846.52 

11,499.41 

22,519.21 

221.11 

66.20 

86,060.39 

24,472.20 

69.193.74 

16.26 

7,868.16 

199.71 

62.96 

4,604,830.16 

810.55 

15.00 

10,808.22 

802.00 

26.692.70 

871.66 

1,454.03 

24.76 

19.86 

881.00 

43,027.26 

676.35 

1,963.71 

811,296.92 

86.80 

06,100.81 

6,663.80 

256.74 

32,885.67 

42.00 

87.50 

176.00 

17,772.24 

87.60 

182.40 

16,906.46 

1,901.98 

881.00 

317.77 

4023.60 

1M.88 

112.00 

387,895.14 

U0.00 



220 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of declared exports for the United Statee, ete. — Continued. 



ArtidM. 



vnjL GBUZ— continaed. 



Hu-ble 

MerobazidlM — 
Mineral samplea 
Mediolne 

^; :::;::::::: 

Palnu 

Parroto 

Personal goods. . 

Pepper 

Pitch 

Pomps 

Kioe 

Rubber 

Sarsaparilla 

Straw hata 

Shawls 

Sugar 

Saffian 

Shears 

Silver bars 

Silver ore 

Steam lannch ... 

Tamarind 

Tiger skins 

Typewriter 

Tools 

Yanilla 

Wax dolls 

Walking canes . . 
Wild boar skins. 
Wild hog skins . 
Wood samples . . 



Total. 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1802. 



$32,731.35 



267.60 



06.53 



2,512.58 



47,187.62 



08.50 

35.00 

117,621.15 



182.60 
140.00 



Dea81,1802. 



$6,256.25 



75,00 
'ii,'762.*66' 



150.00 



8, 300. 90 
82.90 



38,421.08 



52.00 
64,512.70 



257. 74 



Mar. 81, 1883. 



$10,340.85 

1,824.16 

72.00 



28, 105. 40 



249.60 



363.50 

8, 827. 34 

81.53 



170.00 

8.805.37 

28,264.07 



20.89 
297.06 



49,840.24 



252.98 



June 80, 1893. 



$12,907.84 

907.24 

30.61 



58,601.35 



.88 

1,211.25 

479.95 

8.97 



6,629.58 

177.94 

9.93 

39.72 

8, 082. 10 

297.90 



61, 209. 46 

81,025.81 

364.10 

91.12 

24.89 



182,553.95 

53.62 

19.80 

66.20 

127.66 



Total for 
theyc 



$62,235.09 

2,731.40 

102.61 

75.00 

86,974.U 

11,762.68 

.83 

1,211.25 

576.48 

3.97 

249.60 

150.00 

363.50 

15,770.40 

292.37 

9.93 

89.72 

3.082.10 

207.90 

170.00 

65. 014. 83 

144, 898. 58 

364.10 

0L12 

45.28 

895. 5« 

87.00 

864,528.04 

53.62 

19.86 

66.20 

821.01 

140.00 



6,417,808.03 



IiOWEB BIO GRANDE VAIiliBY. 

IRRIGATION. 

The droni^ht of nearly five years soems iaterminable. Lands can have no certain 
value until some system of irrigation is established. The subject of irrigation is 
being discussed here, as it is in the far West, and irrigation on an extensive plan is 
practical. 

Millions of acres of alluvial bottom lands along the Rio Grande are capable of irri- 
gation by the river. The reservoir or the well would be used to store water to irri- 
gate more than 1,000,000 acres off from the river. Lieut. Chatfleld, U. S. Army, 
says: ''Irrigation on an extensive scale would soon change the character of the 
country in this vicinity, make it self-supporting and eventually place it on a par 
with California for variety and quality of fruits; with Louisiana for sugar cane and 
its various extractions; with South Carolina fur rice and Sea Island cotton; with 
Florida for truck farming; with Kansas for com, and with North Carolina for 
tobacco." 

Irrigation would subdivide the large ranches into small farms, so that a large and 
prosperous community could be maiutalned in this region. If small farmers were 
once established along this border speedy relations of increased commerce would 
follow between Mexico and the United States. Her business, and that of the most 
southern countries would be ours. Development by irrigation would encourage new 
railroad lines and bring all our manufactures at this gateway into our sister Republic. 

Sergt. I. M. Cline. Signal Service, says: ''In south Texas alone (including the 
lower Rio Grande Valley) there are over one million acres on which sugar cane can 
be successfully grown every year." Another authority says : " There is no doubt of 
the Rio Grande valley becoming, eventually, one of the largest sugar district in pro- 

J portion to its area in the United States." I am told that nearly ^ per cent profit on 
arse sums can be made by sugar planters. This field is an inviting one to capital. 
Experiments with Sea Island cotton have been successful as well as with tobacco. 
In both these products the results have shown the best qualities. 

Live stock raising is also dependent upon irrigation, for the lack of water and 
graM often cause the cattle to die in numbers. Were the water and grass supply 



CONTINBNT OP AMERICA — MEXICO. 221 

constant, the metbodB of raising fine hones, cattle, and sheep (a business for which 
this climate is admirably suited) would improve, and the liye stock could be raised 
under fence. This climate permits cattle to be out of doors all the year round, and 
ia most healthful for stock. 

BAILBOADS. 

Without irrigation and without a railroad this region can not awaken. The cry of 
tiie people is for a railroad. There is an effort now being made to connect Corpus 
Chnsti and Brownsville by railroad. So many imaginary railroads have been built 
here in the past five or six years that I feel somewhat timid about reporting on rail- 
roads; but I have great faith in the character and ability of the men connected with 
the present scheme ; I firmly believe in the success of the undertaking. Ibe shortest 
route to the city of Mexico lies through this recion. To resuscitate commerce the 
citizens look to the accomplishment of one oi the many railway projects. The 

aaicker and the more numerous the lines of transportation into the Mexican interior 
tie better market for American goods. No goods are more popular than our own, 
jet the factories of Euro^ supp^ enormousRr the wants of our neighbors in Mexico. 
Bailroads will cause the improvement and education of the masses in the interior of 
northezn Mexico. 

TARIFFS. 

Our tariff laws, too, must aid in establishing trade vrith our neighbors. Our 
industries can find no better market for the future. Evenr concession should be 
made to eneourge intercourse. In a recent interview President Diaz is reported as 
Bsying: "The custom regulations and tariff laws between Mexico and the United 
States are far from satis&ctory, as at present arranged, and without doubt operate 
to the disadvantap^e of both countries.'' 

The present tariff on horses and cattle prohibits trade, and what was once a stir- 
ring traffic in live stock is now stagnant. Our duty is $30 a head on horses and $10 
i head on cattle. The Mexican prohibitory tax is about the same. I believe a 
nrision of this tax is essential to the fuU interchange of commodities between the 
two countries. Trade in live stock is one of local importance. Yet the prohibitory 
feature is a shutting off of business, and we can not expect to find a free and whole- 
Bsle market for our manufactures if we maintain the high tariff against our sister 
Republic. Thus it is also in the matter of Mexican ore. We are prohibiting the 
importation of Mexican ore. Only liberality on our part will encourage Mexico to 
increase trade with us. We can not expect to unload the products of our mills in a 
eonntry whose only articles are prohibited from the enjoyment of our market. We 
oaght to assist in advancing and strengthening our neighboring Republic by every 
means. By such policy we can make colonies to feed our workingmen. The cry of 
eompetation with the pauper labor of Europe is now seen to be false. What of our 
thousands, who are now unemployed and who would accept anv stipend f We 
want new fields for the sale of our products, and we can gain new nelds by a liberal 
policy towards Mexico, in the matter of tariff laws. 

dlMATB. 

This is the Italy of America. There can be no more delJghtfiil climate than this. 
Kitore has made the lower valley of the Rio Grande the fitting playground of the 
moit beautiful sunset and the reflections of the most glorious skies. As a winter 
iwort, there can be no more charming place of residence. 

With liberal tariff laws on the part of both countries, a railroad and a system of 
nidation, this valley would soon become a vast garden of prosperity, wealth, and 
happiness. 

The year ending December 31, 1893, has been one of remarkable healthiiilness. 
The records of mortality are the best evidence of this. 

PUBLIO FBEUNQ. 

I desire to refer to my kind reception on the part of the citizens of Matamoras. 
"Hiis oourtesv I have token as a compliment to my country. Qen. Lojero, and in 
to aU of the officials here, have specially been interested in the maintenance of 
cordiality and propitious relation. All seem to be eager to advance the mutual inter- 
^ of the sister countries. There is peace and good will here by reason of the high 
character and noble intents of the citizens, as well as by reason of law and treaty. 

J. Thanhauser, 

Con$uh 

Uatamobab, December SI, 1893. 



222 



COMMERCIAL BELATIOKa 



NTJBVO liABEDO. 

< 
Value of declared expcrUfrom the oofieular dietriot of Nuevo Laredo to ike Uniied Staiet 

during the year ending June SO, 189S. 



ArtioleB. 



Axnorican goods returned. 

ArgentiferoiiB lead 

Coffee 

Hides 

Horse hair 

Skins 

Sugar 

Ixtle 

Parrots 

Wood ^ 

Hisoellaneoos 



Totel 



Quarter endings 



Sept. 80, 1802. 



$15,212 
744,191 



14,234 
4,219 

61,920 
225 

14,521 
2,733 



17,285 



Dec. 81, 1892. 



$9./90 
971,185 



24.634 
2,371 
46,782 
12,006 
27,282 
390 



8,048 



Mar. 31, 1888. 



$28,736 
1,484,808 



13,116 
4,933 
66,353 
19.834 
15,424 



2,277 
8,942 



Jane 30, 1883. 



$11,067 

1,684,042 

13,222 

14,027 

5,980 

56.021 

6,230 

7,013 

683 

6.383 

6,726 



TotaL 



$50,486 

4,804,416 

13,222 

66.011 

17,562 

220,056 

87,008 

64,190 

8,712 

8,000 

85,001 



6.420,806 



Joseph G. Donnkllt, 

Comul-GeneraL 



BAIiTLLIiO* 

Value of declared esporte from the ooneular dietriet of SaltUlo to ike UnUed Staiee 

during ihe year ending June SO, 189S. 



[Yalne in ICexioan dollars at $0,668.] 



Articles. 



CoppOT bnllion and matte 

Goatskins 

Horsehair •• 

Ixtle 

Kid skins and miscellsneons 

merchandise 

Silver ores 

Silver bullion '. 



Total. 



Qnarter ending-^ 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$35,063.85 

54.426.48 

6,670.09 

41,173.09 

952.60 

585, 358. 74 

16^424.20 



Dec 81, 1802. 



$76,620.14 

104, 052. 58 

6, 123. 10 

44,106.82 

1,489.63 

450,346.48 

10,888.06 



Mar. 81, 1808. 



$78,767.40 

126,411.20 

10,417.07 

60,871.22 

2,988.62 

451,930.17 

12,299.50 



June 80, 1883. 



$55,678.01 
68, 156. 18 
10,068.70 
21,452.00 

1,219.12 

880,072.50 

0,022.00 



Totd. 



$247,088.40 

863,046.53 

8d,28&0S 

166,604.12 

6.649.97 
1,868.607.08 

47,138.76 



2,722,450.70 



United States onrrenoy, $1,802,268.82. 



CONTINENT OP AMERICA — CENTRAL AMERICA. 



223 



CENTBAIi AMERICA. 



HONDURAS. 



ToZiM of detiared exporta far ihs United States far the year end^ June SO, 189S, 



Aiiklak 



Iropleil fruits and unto 



BMsldBB.. 
BuMDA floor 
Baaanai .... 
Oocomnto... 

OoffM 

Beflnkiaa... 

Hidaa 

PlintaiiiB ... 

Robber 

BanapariUa. 
Ibbaooo....: 



Total 



CwifWMnito .•...•....•.•>«....• 

OnngM 

SanqMrUla 

India rabbar 

Hidw 

Daenkiaa 

Gwtakina 

QUeoppar 

PSawpplas 

?botams 

OonehahellB 

Ch«|ei(abipplng,bailing,eto.) . 



Quarter ending-^ 



Sept 30, 1892. 



147,110.86 



66,250.00 

62,00 

1,7M.80 

1,438.60 

823.70 

3.50 

1,137.50 

4,083.00 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



$19,616.76 



1,026.00 



32,380.00 

646.00 

9,910.00 

8,360.00 

660.00 



2,900.00 

12,060.00 

9.760.00 



26,634.11 

2,027.00 

602.00 

5,106.60 

1,100.96 

961.56 

468.76 

22.40 

125.00 



IMd 



664.78 



87,668.01 



114.75 
2,820.00 



4,822.95 
1,799.74 
2,163.55 
8,718.62 
83.14 



10.00 



664.03 



16,146.88 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$29,358.00 



100.00 

400.00 

48,000.00 

74.00 

2,060.00 

8,810.00 

710.00 



2,668.00 
9,816.00 



4,709.15 
1,460.85 



6, 180. 67 
1,600.22 
1.689.64 
8,804.90 



260.00 



90,402.66 



Jniie80,1898. 



$106,174.15 



90,760.00 

16.00 

6,660.00 

2,800.00 

460.00 



3,260.00 
10,800.00 



250.00 
2,010.00 



2,004.64 
2,481.70 
1,631.68 
1,479.10 



210.00 

6.25 

878.66 



10,492.02 



Total. 



$204,250.75 



1,126.00 

400.00 

227,380.00 

708.00 

20,494.80 

16,398.50 

2,053.70 

3.60 

9,855.50 

87,158.00 

9,750 00 



843,817.00 



31,708.01 

8,307.85 

592.00 

18,114.76 

7,042.62 

6,346.43 

9,461.37 

55.54 

125.00 

10.00 

500.00 

6. 25 

3,424 64 



84,694.47 



224 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



NICARAGUA. 

Value of declared ex^arUfor the United Stateefor the year ending June 90, 18$S, 



AxtlolM. 



BLUEVUEUW. 



Bananaw 

Cocoanuta 

Oolddiist 

Mahogany logs . . 

Bobber 

HidM 

Ck>pper 

Samplea 

Turtle sheila — 
Samples of wood 



Total. 



8AK JUAK DU. NOBTB. 



Ck>ffee 

Coooanuta 

Peathers 

Gold 

Hidea 

Indieo 

Bubber 

Skins 

Tortoise shells 

Copper 

Iguana skins.. 

Seba nuta 

Bixda 



Total. 



Quarter ending- 



Sept. 30, 1802. 



$127,230.10 

1,173.23 

26, 885. 39 

11,516.67 

21,981.48 



188,786.32 



70,022.00 

515.00 

319.00 

7, 114. 00 

9,242.00 

1,550.00 

19,535.00 

9, 807. 00 

381.00 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$142,783.56 

6, 101. 82 

15,460.87 

9,375.00 

49,787.50 

840.99 

16.32 

5.82 

1,160.50 



225,032.88 



386.00 

49.00 

3,430.00 

14, 118. 00 

4,544.00 

35, 330. 00 

5, 056. 00 



103.00 



Mar. 81, 1898. Jni\e 30, 1883. 



$141,069.28 

2,279.28 

19,158.63 



60,355.83 
428.90 



25.40 



223,317.32 



78,431.00 
559.00 



4,239.00 
10,365.00 



32,408.00 
1,303.00 



23.00 
15.00 



$189,194.00 
6st8.00 



624.00 
4,017.00 



21,658.00 
120.00 



67.00 



24.00 



Total. 



$637,136.57 



382,647.00 

2,0»«.00 

368.00 

15,307.00 

87,742.00 

6,094.00 

108,931.00 

16,286.00 

381.00 

170.00 

28.00 

15.00 

24.00 



520,066.00 



SAIiVADOB. 

Statements ehawing the commerce of Salvador during the year 1898. 

IMPOSTS BY ABTICLES. 



Artiolea. 



Cotton thread 

Cotton cloth 

Diverse articles 

Free articles '. 

Beer and ale 

Glassware 

Shoes and shoemakers' goods 

Edibles 

Drugs and medicines 

Hardware 

Flour , 

Jewelry 

Linen thread 

Linen cloth 

Wool thread 

Wool cloth 

China and earthen ware 

Frintod books , 

Liquors 

Coin , 

Haberdashers' goods 



Value. 



$21. 
856, 
289, 
310, 

88, 
8, 

18, 

03. 

78, 
160, 
202, 

1, 

2. 

10. 

56, 
80, 

1, 

72. 

143, 

6, 



009.88 
457.02 
818. 19 
885.30 
937. 98 
472.23 
768.96 
041.36 
656.37 
891.20 
904.54 
952.85 
952. 31 
266.80 
427.00 
498.60 
894.42 
493.00 
844.65 
376.53 
875.18 



Artiolea. 



Lumber 

Furniture and wooden goods. 

Marble, cut 

Machinery 

Petroleum 

Hemp thread 

Hemp cloth 

Paper and stationery 

Silk thread 

Silk doth 

Panama bats 

Hats, other kinds 

Bags, empty 

Cotton stuffii, mixed 

Cigars and cigarettes 

wines V 

Stearic candles 

Perfumery 

Marble, uncut 



Total. 



Value. 



•I. 

1, 

40, 

«7, 
1. 

28, 
27, 
62, 
34, 
15. 
18, 
6, 

1, 
114, 

1, 
8, 



464.97 
949.19 
882.80 
027.08 
661.45 
407.96 
416.20 
585.15 
012.86 
160.14 
285.56 
360.29 
206.14 
840.96 
480.41 
085.17 
323.67 
796.17 



2,757,963.55 



CONTINENT OF AMEBICA CENTRAL AMERICA. 



225 



Staieaumt 9kaw%%g tks commeree of Salvador durinff the yoar 189$-^ontma^d^ 

XXP0ST8 BY AKTICLES. 



Articles. 



Value. 



Indigo 

Sngar 

Sice 

Starch 

DiTene er tides 

]t»i^^»P .............. 

Mineral ores 

Coffee 

Hides 

Deerskins 

KdiUes 

Beans 

India rubber 

Cordage 

Dyewood (mora) . . .^ 



fl, 151, 170. 00 

16i«0M.00 

3,550.00 

460.50 

0, 114. 95 

55,785.00 

715.00 

4,528,757.50 

19,473.00 

13,266.35 

668.25 

397.76 

10,583.10 

804.76 

8,460.00 



Articles. 



Coin 

Silver (bars) 

Brown sugar (panela) . . . 

Mats 

Cotton shawls (rebosos) 
Straw hats (palm leaf) . . 
Tobacco: 

Leaf 

Cigars, etc 

Cut 

Stearic candles 

Silk shawls (rebosos) ... 
Seeds 

Total 



Talne. 



$660,682.00 

149,872.26 

255.66 

116.00 

13,969.60 

1.889.08 

30,644.60 
108, 040. M 

19,831.00 
980.00 
850.00 
317.20 



6,838,258.74 



IMPORTS BY ABTICLBS AND COIIKTBIE& 



Articles. 



Cotton cloth 

Direrse articles 

Articles free of datj 

ncer. .......................... 

Sboes and shoemakers' goods. . 

Edibles 

BniffM and medicines y.... 

Htfdware 

0>inedBilTer 

H&berdashers' goods 

foniiture and wooden articles 

Mirble,cut 

]Lichi]»uy.... 

Btationery 

Btreing 

Tobacoo and cigars 



Total 



From— 



Guatemala. 



149.60 

341.16 

4,045.65 

250.00 

294.00 

43.60 

7.80 

77.15 



24.80 
14.00 
45.65 
62.00 
75.00 
152.00 



5,482.31 



Honduras. 



$137. 50 
4.215.00 



2,040.46 

io'ooo.oo 



Nicaragua. 



$4,287.80 
100,641.29 



50.00 

4,134.50 

6.80 

50.00 

600.00 

245.75 



Costa Bioft. 



$U7.80 



16,638.71 



109,770.39 



871.13 
270.00 



758.93 



Articles. 



Cotton thread 

Ootton cloth 

Diven articles 

l^M articles 

Xdiblss 

Dran and medicines 

Birdware 

SQvvrcoin 

Uqaon 

Forniture and wooden articles 

Sakatuffs 

Hbsbu hate (Jip^apa) 

Hiti, other sorts 

Cl^ui and cigarettes 

Wines 



Total. 



From — 



Colombia. 



$192.00 
854.40 
678. 30 
1,587.79 
874.75 
208.38 
538.39 
123, 000. 00 



151.75 



407.00 
209.25 



128.702.01 



Ecuador. 



$30.61 

44.87 

5, 966. 00 



82,476.65 
500.00 



89,017.08 



Peru. 



$50.40 



220.01 
1, 120. 00 



1,890.41 



Chile. 



$54.73 



64.72 



13357 O R- 



-16 



226 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement showing the oommeroe of Salvador during the year 1S9B — Continned. 

IMPORTS BY ABTICLES AlO) COUKTRIES. 



Articles. 



Diverse articlee 

Free articles 

Shoes and shoemakers' goods 

Liquors 

Silver coin 

Paper and stationery 

Silk thread 

Tobacco 

Wines 



Total 



From — 



Mexico. 



$330.33 

45.60 

000.00 



165.00 
80.00 



1,226.93 



Cuba. 



$487.87 



487.87 



China 



$1.« 
3£ 



U.81 
6,2£ 



20, 3( 



Articles. 



Cotton th read .' 

Cotton doth 

Diverse articles 

Free articles 

Beer and ale 

Glass w are 

Shoes and shoemakers' goods. 

Bdibles 

Dmes and medicines 

Haraware 

Flour 

Jewelry 

Linen thread 

Linen cloth 

Wool thread 

Wool cloth 

China and earthenware 

Printed books 

Liquors 

Coin 

Haberdashers* goods 

Lumber 

Furniture and wooden goods . 

Marble, cut 

Machinery 

Petroleum 

Hemp thread 

Hemp cloth 

Paper and stationery 

Silk thread 

Silk cloth 

Panama hats 

Hats, other kinds 

Bags, emptv 

Cotton stuffs, mixed 

Cigars and cigarettes 

Wines 

Stearic candles 

Perfumery 



Total 



United 
States. 



$1, 
86, 

4», 

145, 

16, 

2, 

1. 

34, 

80, 

88, 

202, 



166.35 
883.62 
225.11 
027.43 
648.09 
319.89 
101.65 
869.78 
635. 89 
992.72 
904.54 
948.98 



12, 

7, 



16, 

15, 
27, 



8, 
12, 
17. 

2, 
3, 



45.32 

32.50 
949.50 
426.26 
101.48 
440. 16 
000.00 

25.67 
553.38 
191. 79 
245.40 
799. 12 
428.19 
954.00 

90.60 
466.78 
534.81 
078.04 
690.00 
048. 16 
114.55 



31. 



144.00 

431.46 

54.72 

782.20 



758, 258. 94 



From— 



Great 
Britain. 



$16, 153. 48 

539, 282. 28 

87, 364. 06 

34, 198. 20 

2,710.90 

783.41 

1, 836. 14 

8,720.79 

12,705.78 

58,797.11 



2,629.81 

6, 930. 44 

40.50 

29, 258. 46 

1,452.85 

231.60 

6, 210. 00 

2,000.00 

466.39 

.54 

2, 501. 88 

6.22 

4,635.60 

173. 10 

188.56 

80.05 

8.423.70 

10.00 

9, 009. 47 



Gennany. 



$631.70 

83, 517. 59 

42,206.46 

10, 950. 34 

15,463.44 

3, 582. 02 

5, 957. 72 

9, 949. 13 

9, 457. 17 

48,971.67 



91.66 



4,051.18 
8, 814. 81 
4. 307. 50 

73.00 
9,662.87 

69.66 
842.96 



878,774.14 



1,069.27 

288.00 

5,241.02 

21,828.01 

211. 15 

10,677.54 



2,017.48 
4.24 

9, 050. 87 
267.34 
209.46 



226.05 

240.15 

4,729.48 

2, 752. 00 

4,859.48 



1, 253. 10 
3, 481. 38 
1,138.46 



17, 063. 03 
865.35 
115.97 



268,870.73 



Frano 



$2,0( 

144, 2S 

46, IS 

8,3( 

4,7C 

1,5J 

7,9( 

14, 7( 

22. U 

14,9] 



6S 



TJ 



19, » 

4,82 

6'^ 

39,24 

1^ 

8,11 

» 

8.0] 

4i 

19. 2( 

( 

£ 

8.K 



18,8] 



6,4< 

2.3( 

3$ 



32, 0( 

3: 

2,4S 



426,44 



CONTINENT OF AMERICA — CENTRAL AMERICA. 



227 



Statement ehowing the eommeroe of Salvador during ike year i^9f— Contmued. 
EXPORTS BY ARTICLSS AND COITNT&IES— Continaed. 



Articles. 



Cotton thread... 

Cotton cloth 

I)iT«ne articles. 
fne articles — 
Beer 



Glassware 

Shoes and shoemalcer's goods. 

Edibles 

Droffs and medicines 

Htfdvrare 

Jewelry 

Linen thread 

Linen cloth 

Wool thread 

Wool cloth 

China and earthenware 

Printed books 

Liqnors 

Fomitore 

)Urble.eot 

Machinery 

Hemp. 



Paper and stationery 

Silk goods 

Hats, felt and straw . 

B«gs,empty 

Wmes 

Perfumery 



Total 



Italy. 



$760.30 

80.941.09 

6, 215. 44 

603.80 

98.70 

183.00 

980.00 

6,528.27 

2,904.12 

1, 034. 75 

208.90 

322.50 

87.00 

66.00 

665.50 

136.32 



1,158.60 

943. 35 

363.54 

3.26 



3.240.96 

745.70 

204.20 

446. 45 

10, 133. 20 



68, 974. 05 



From— 



Spain. 



$43.00 
835.40 
077.80 
722.95 



68.40 
181. 20 

4, 786. 6S 
262. 05 

1,804.96 



85.20 

715. 20 

328. 72 

2, 986. 91 

71.50 



4.02 

5.80 

129. 50 

180.00 



13, 553. 78 
106.80 



Belgium. 



27, 349. 87 



Switserland. 



$255.80 



706.29 



2, 405. 62 



314.23 
1, 510. 64 



50.00 



5, 242. 58 



EXPORTS BY ARTICLES AND COITNTRIES. 



$10. GJ 



10.60 



Articles. 



.Jrfigo 

s^ 

Bice 

SUrch 

IHrerse articles 

B*]Mm 

Coffee..... 

Edibles 

B«aiiB 

Cordsfe 

Cnin!^. 

Brown sugar (panela) . . . 

Ihts 

Cotton shawls (rebosos) 

Straw bata 

Xsbacco: 

Lesf 

Cigars 

Cut 

fillk shawls (rebosos) . . . 

fteario candles . 

Seadi 



Total 



To- 



Gnatemala. 



$12,552.00 
47, 600. 00 



311.00 

1,776.12 

396.00 



163.00 
397.75 



341,550.00 



1,126.00 



880.00 

82.00 

3.00 

850.00 



804.00 



407,902.87 



Honduras. 



$4, 733. 50 
17,472.00 

141. 25 
12.00 

613. 75 



1,500.00 
48.00 



13.50 
53,725.00 



96.00 

48.00 

3.00 



6,060.00 



855.00 



84,221.00 



Nicaragua. 



$93, 387. 00 
3,417.84 



2, 101. 96 



321.00 
430.00 



291.25 

189, 775. 00 

255.56 

20.00 

11, 795. 50 

1,886.63 

16, 679. 50 
4,836.94 



125.00 



276, 228. 18 



Costa Rica. 



$137.50 
300. 00 



232.00 



13,185.00 
98,062.00 
19, 828. 02 



13.20 



131,757.72 



228 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONS. 



Statetnent showing the cammeree of Salvador during ike year 1899— ContianeiL 
SXPOBTS BY ABTICLES AITD COTTNTBIES-Continiied. 



Articlm. 


To- 




Colombia. 


Ecuador. 


Peru. 


Chile. 


Indigo 


$5,062.50 

68.72 

1.092.00 

19.50 

2,000.00 


$8, 882. 00 


$19,012.60 


$4,885.00 


Divcur86 articles 


Coffee 






26.306.00 


Edibles 








Silver ooinTT,-.,^-,,Tr ,,^^-,^,, . . 


8,400.00 












Total 


8,242.72 


17,282.00 


19,012.50 


80,190.00 





Articles. 



iDdigo 

Diverse articles . 

Balsam 

Mineral ores 

Coffee 

Hides 

Deer skins 

Edibles 

India rnbber 

Dyewood (Mora) . 

Coin 

Silver bars 



Total. 



To- 



United 
States. 



$18, 305. 00 

1, 078. 90 

16, 882. 00 

15.00 

2,721.735.25 

7,861.00 

12, 300. 70 



10,471.50 



2, 878, 649. 35 



Great 
Britain. 



$275,547.00 

5.00 

5,163.00 



361, 907. 25 

siioo 



5,dD0.00 
149,872.25 



Grennany. 



$115,513.50 

270.50 

28, 578. 00 

706.00 

631,385.50 

10,468.00 

464.35 

5.75 

111.60 



797.812.25 



787.482.35 



lYanoa. 



$402,867.00 



4,766.00 
'537,'963.'66 



8.460.00 



963,996.00 



Articles. 



Imli^o 

Cortee 

Hides 

Deerskins. 

Total 



To- 



Italy. 



$173, 045. 00 

232,537.50 

1, 154. 00 

189.30 



406,925.80 



Spain. 



$20, 765. 00 
1,88&50 



22,653.50 



Besides the foregoing:, sugar was exported to Mexico to the value of $5,635 and 
coffee to Australia to the value of $11^182.50. 



RECAPITULATION, 



Imports and exports by countries. 



Coontries. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


Countries. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


Guatemala. .......... 


$5, 482. 31 

16, 638. 71 

109, 770. 30 

758.93 

39,017.03 

1, 300. 41 

54.72 

1,226.93 

487.87 

20, 38ri. 15 

758,258.04 


$407,992.87 

84, 221. 00 

275, 223. 18 

131, 757. 72 

17, 282. 00 

19, 012. 50 

30,100.00 

5,635.00 


Great Britain 

Germany 


$879,393.30 

268,376.73 

426, 44L 12 

63,97A95 

27,349.87 

5,242.58 

10.60 


$797,812.25 
787. 482. 36 


Honduras 


INicaraeua ........... 


France... 


953,806.00 

406, 925. 80 

22,663.50 


Costa Bica 


Italy 


Bcuador 


Spain 


Peru 


Belgium 


Chile 


Swftzexland 




Mexico. 


Australia 


11,182.50 
8,242.72 


Cuba 


Colombia 


128,702.01 


China 


Total 


United States 


2, 878, 649. 85 


2.757,963.55 


6,838,258.74 











CONTINENT OP AMERICA — CENTEAL AMERICA. 



229 



ImporU and exports, 1885-1899. 



1885 , 

1885 : 

1887 



ImportB. 



$2,134.0d5 
2,427,648 
3,343,824 
4,076,404 



Exports. 



$5,716,423 
4.574,649 
5,242,697 
6,707,024 



Year. 



1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 



Imports. 



$2,878,000 
2, 005, 310 
2, 870. 600 
2,757,964 



Exports. 



$5,847,000 
8,967,080 
5, 380, 000 
6,838,250 



Principal exports from Salvador, 188&'1892, 
[The peso, on July 1, 1892, was rained at 64.9 cents, and on July 1, 1893, at 60.4 cents, American gold.] 



Articles. 



Cofliw 

Indigo 

Suwr 

fiabam 

Tobacco 

India rubber 
Mora wood .. 
fiiee 



1886. 



Quantity. 



Poundt. 

30,552,720 

1,787,796 

2, 160, 190 

119, 758 

96,772 

70,826 

913, 472 

520,002 



Value. 



Peso9. 

5,024,282.53 

1,603,962.00 

108,138.02 

115,856.00 

41, 160. 82 

20.844.44 

10, 319. 26 

20,849.55 



1887. 



Qaantity. 



PoundM. 

10,518,760 

1,708,696 

1,790,964 

72,468 

164.604 

64,694 

877, 398 

76, 526 



Valae. 



Petoa. 

2,741,497.62 

1,621,781.00 

128, 643. 59 

78, 943. 00 

69,582.15 

19, 026. 90 

9,211.00 

8,777.94 



1888. 



Qaantity. 



Pound*. 

26, 525, 442 

1, 745, 376 

1,790,772 

62,564 

178, 632 

44,638 

2, 472, 622 

196,744 



Value. 



Pesos. 

4,589,197.19 

1, 404, 770. 00 

196, 359. 50 

77, 560. 50 

72, 131. 63 

13, 860. 53 

21, 382. 60 

14,233.26 



ArtSoles. 



Coffee 

Indigo....... 

Babun...... 

Tobscoo 

India rubber 
ItoTswood .. 
Ske 



1889. 



Qaantity. 



Pounds. 

16,463,264 

1. 516, 738 

3,974,884 

60,284 

454,470 

46,852 

2,192,760 

218,724 



Value. 



Pesos. 

3,545,763.85 

1, 254, 200. 50 

309, 930. 40 

71, 898. 00 

131, 946. 10 

10, 714. 40 

19,936.75 

16, 089. 75 



1890. 



Qaantity. 



lounds. 

17,562,120 

1, 406, 620 

8,767,884 

26,271 

1, 608, 186 

55,858 

2,592.800 

162, 392 



Value. 



Pesos. 

4,268,740.04 

1,053,352.09 

290,155.75 

35,783.00 

211. 450. 92 

15, 507. 02 

23, 800. 00 

8, 270. 35 



189L 



Quantity. 



Pounds. 

26,792,792 

1, 214, 216 

1,098,408 

50,074 

850, 328 

33,286 

1,558,680 

352,636 



Value. 



Pesos. 

4,806,428.97 

892,092.89 

236,096.28 

40, 433. 07 

246, 013. 85 

7, 656. 18 

27,442.00 

12,873.64 



Articles. 



Coftee 

hdigo 

Sanr 

Baham 

tobaoeo 

India rubber 
Xormwood.. 
ttoa 



1892. 



Quantity. 



Pounds. 

25,100,204 

1, 386, 260 

1, 726, 708 

53.208 

480,578 

46, 310 

833,540 

67, 714 



Valuo. 



Pesos. 

4,526,757.60 

1, 151, 170. 00 

164,004.00 

55,785.99 

158,516.46 

10, 583. 10 

8,460.00 

8,559.00 



Total value 
for the seven 
years. 



Pesos. 

20.502,676.70 

8,981,321.48 

1,433,418.44 

476, 259. 56 

930,801.98 

98,192.57 

120,551.61 

79,653.49 



U. 8. Consulate, 

8a» Salvador, June, 189S. 



G. J. Dawson, 

Vioe-Consul, 



230 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS- 



SOUTH AMERICA. 



BBAZIXi. 



Value of declared exports for the United States for the year ending June S0f*189S, 



Articles. 



BAHL4,. 



Brazilwood 

Balsam copaiva 

Cocoa 

Cofl'ee 

Carbon 

Feathezv 

Mandioca 

Piassava 

KoHewood 

Itnbber 

Silver (old) 

Skins 

Sticks 

Sugar 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$3,290.66 

2, 298. 42 

444, 871. 28 



10,917.31 



6,217.78 
13,927.19 



Total. 



CEABA. 

Skins 

Feathers 

Wool...., 

Rubber 

Carnaiiba wax 

RoHin 

Goat and sheep skins 

Bones 

Bird Hkins 

Jaborand}' leaves. .,. 

Geuipapa' wine 

Groat and sbeep skiiis 
Jaborandy leaves . . . . 

Wax 

Birds feathers 

Rubber 

Coflee 

Caruauba wax 

Ostrich feathers 

Bones 

Wool 

Goat and sheep skins 



Total. 



PABA. 



Alligator skins 

Apparatus for light 

Butter 

Balsam copaiva 

Beans : 

Tonka 

Castor 

Brazil nuts 

Cocoa 

Caruauba wax 

Cachaca 

I)eer skins 

Feathers : 

Egret 

Oatrich 

Goat Hkins 

Guaraua 

Hides 

Hair 

Horse hair 

Hats: 

Chile 

Straw 

Ipecac root 

Jatoba resin 

Manaca root 

Oil copaiva 



547. 242. 32 

3, 118. 31 

89, 126. 35 



Dec 31, 1892. 



$5, 439. 37 

12, U26. 88 

219,443.96 

6, 184. 15 

23,688.59 



14, 012. 77 

2, 000. 82 

17, 312. 26 



146,421.90 

936. 67 

47,347.42 



252, 510. 52 
250. 00 
142. 50 
3. 000. 6<) 
961. 30 
344.77 



117, 299. 51 

291. 20 

157. 6b 

440.00 

40.96 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$10,606.16 

965.96 

204,190.49 



21,837.68 



1, 172. 05 



16, 262. 93 

325.00 

89,959.50 

96.33 

167,536.60 



June 30, 1893. 



179, 621. 14 

134. 75 

2, 637. 21 

75.00 



96.55 



2, 715. 10 
5,037.41 

88.66 

66.80 

86, 919. 68 

10,517.37 

116.64 



21,726.89 
8, 182. 69 



1, 510. 26 

1,964.62 

6, 617. 03 

887.71 



258.03 



18.00 
132. 16 



2,436.28 



66.15 



1, 046. 60 
2, 289. 78 

989.07 
8. 385. 85 
6, 818. 03 



14,255.55 
6, 595. 50 



169. 05 
'476.' 20 



81.14 
229. 61 



443.16 

274.63 

1, 998. 15 

41, 970. 53 



63.64 
18, 348. 80 

2,084.68 

1,634.80 

1,029,76 

619. 49 

22,869.88 



1,554.92 



421.20 



$1,886.77 

576.07 

11,714.52 



23,076.31 

172.50 

1,022.39 

5,664.50 

2,053.47 

11,492.20 



89, 771. 95 

679.56 

164, 062. 25 



Total. 



$21,222.86 

15, 867. 33 

880,220.25 

6, 184. 15 

79, 519. 89 

172.50 

• 1,022.39 

27, 067. 10 

17,981.48 

45,067.39 

325.00 

873,895.67 

4,830.87 

468.072.63 



1, 799. 41 

1,311.87 

4, 442. 55 

300.00 

300.82 

77.10 

830,830.84 



33.76 

'2,346.56 

16.18 

2,082.98 

40,415.05 

11, 315. 47 

824.97 



25,202.33 

1, 188. 26 
1,778.08 



4,630.06 
* 387.95' 



837.52 



2,440,949.50 



> 257,809.69 



118,229.32 



182,468.10 



339,062.59 



897, 560. 70 



162.70 

33.76 

3, 761. 70 

10, U6. 01 

1,368.54 

7,533.78 

176, 123. 29 

21, 832. 84 

941.61 

63.64 

79,533.57 

12,051.13 
3,412.88 
2,540.02 
7,383.22 

29, 486. 91 
1,745.80 
1,554.92 

258.03 

1.25a 72 

18.60 

132.16 

81.14 

2,665.89 



CONTINENT OP AMERICA — ^BBAZIL. 



231 



Value of declared exports for ihe United Stalee, eto. — Continued* 



ArticlM. 


Quarter ending- 


TotaL 


Sept 80, 1802. 


Deo. 81, 1802. 


Mar. 31, 1803. 


June 80, 1803. 


PARir— continued. 
Objects natnnl historr ••• 




$21.50 






$21.60 


PiaAMva 





"$6*468. 81 




0. 468. 81 


Knots, mfidicinal 




$317.00 
2,770,008.02 

2,541.72 


317.00 


Robber 


$2,350,350.26 


4,370,008.75 


6,373,741.87 


14.802.006.40 


Skins: 

GoAt, sheep, «nd lisaid as- 
sorted ................... 


2.641.73 


Sheep....... .....i.... 






140.80 
1.504.32 


140.80 








254.21 


1, 848. 68 


Umcn ■■.•■..............■..... 


183w78 




183.78 












Total 


2,503.826.47 


4,416,326.84 


5,475,258.04 


2, 873, 180. 12 


16. 267. 502. 87 






BIO DB JANEIBO. 

Ameiiean goods, reexported ... 
Canned frnits.................. 


175.46 


1,482.60 






1,667.06 




230.12 
7,384,258.00 


230.12 


Coffee 


11,488,074.08 


i6,'6io,'205.*26* 


0,326,824.40 
62.50 


38. 750. 861. 77 


Jaborand J ..................... 


62.50 


Lir* plants 






762.00 


762.00 




100.00 




25.00 


125.00 


Ptlm sew! s 


220.00 


875.00 


1,006.00 


Sotewood 


0, 110. 03 




9, 110. 03 


8kios, retnmed 




610.02 




610.02 








150.00 

00,734.56 

205. 10 


150.00 


Sqcst -.V 








60, 734. 60 


8kuis of goats 








206.10 


Typewriters and flxtures, re- 
tamed 


04.84 






04.84 












Total 


11,408,453.20 


10,611,007.70 


0,327,031.82 


7,307 223.78 


38. 834. 707. 70 






Castor oil seed 


1,678.40 


21,068.87 


17,076.43 

4,460.58 

575.00 

10, 230. 68 

40.00 


15,276.11 


60, 708. 81 


Cotton 


4,460.58 




50.18 
11,800.03 






634.18 


fiidss 


14,615.36 
14.00 


270.00 


86,925.07 


OxfAiU ,. , 


54.00 


Roun 


22.26 
7,040.21 




22.20 


Rnbber 


4. 707. 00 

1,641.95 

143, 538. 77 

537,427.38 

153.00 


367.23 

3.00 

175, 712. 98 

211, 330. 57 

8,003.00 


63.00 


18, 086. 44 


Silt 


1, 044. 05 


SUns 


206,458.86 


222, 115. 66 
448, 840. 01 


747, 826. 27 


Sagir 


1, 107, 606. 06 


Vix(Cumaaba) 


242.01 


3, 398. 01 








Total 


228.118.05 


724,066.33 


423,707.47 


686, 573. 78 


2, 062, 466. 63 






BIO QRiJtDB DO BXTL. 

Glnestook 


11,463.13 

13,060.66 

8,800.43 

5.23 

1, 033. 12 

301. 78 

82.08 

100.66 

1,642.61 

11,001.47 


3,600.84 
66,887.71 


7,120.06 

44,007.76 

8, 055. 10 


2,327.30 
17, 670. 30 


24, 511, 73 




141, 124. 48 


Hides, drroattle 


11, 464. 62 








5.28 


floras...... 




636.30 




1,660.42 


Honipiths .--.- 




128.80 


520.58 


27vtns skins 




103. 14 


185.22 








100.55 


Sounds (fish bladders) 


1,203.66 


2,216.23 

4, 806. 23 

87,626.70 


623.06 


5,586.45 




16, 387. 70 


14vbl In transit for Canada .... 




26, 310. 57 


63,036.80 










Total Tx»T,... 


43,250.06 


70,101.71 


106, 151. 60 


46.000.02 


265,572.29 






TieroBiA. 
CMTee 


85,855.00 


83,676.00 


40,218.00 


34,183.00 


143,827.00 







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241 



RECAPITULATION OF EXPORTS. 



Whither exported. 



TTalted Kingdom 
BritwhColoDiee. 
United Statea.... 
Other countries.. 

Total 



Foreign 
exports. 



$278,902.14 

101,913.87 

20, 768. 88 

287,272.87 



688,947.06 



Colonial 
exports. 



16,829.826.43 

271,182.38 

4,645,008.88 

273,873.58 



11,519,84L27 



Total. 



$6,608,818.57 

873, 046. 25 

4,666,777.56 

561, 145. 96 



12,208,788.88 



Fhiup Carroll, 

Can9ul, 



COIiOMBIAu 

Vahe of export* declared for the United Stateefor the year ending June SO, 189S, 



Articles. 



BARRAVQUILLA. 

Bilwm 

Omo* 

GoflM 

Fttthen 

Hate 

Hides 

Ivory Dots 

Xisflnls 

HineQaneons • 

labber 

Skins 



Total. 



CABTAOKNA. 



Bshsm eopaiha 

Oedar and mahogany. 

OoQoanuts 

Coffee 

DWdiTi 

Fnitic 

6oU4iist 

Hides 

iTwynnts 

ICsoellaneoixa 

Hsbber 

BUbs 

Ishoise shell 

Tobsooo 

Tolm balsam 

Ciflss 



Total. 



OOUM. 



Bit mm 

Oedar 

CSiampagne ..•.....••••••• 

OoeosontsT. 

Coeobolo wood 

ColoBbiaii postage atamps 

Carseao 

Beenkiiis 

Itonitnre (retmned) 

fnstlewood 

OtBccT ale extraet >••. 

6«2ik±Da 

Sold 

Ridsa 



Qnarter ending- 



Sept. 30, 1892. 1 Deo. 81, 1882. 



$1, 

1, 

826, 

1, 

6, 

•7. 



164.55 
215.80 
743.02 
622. 03 
113. 18 
815.36 
868.89 



1, 
'8.' 



46L25 
039.99 



408,084.07 



2,867.00 
29,805.00 
11,394.56 
18,847.12 



1,764.12 

7.837.60 

18,721.68 

44,108.84 

8,610.86 

16,878.06 
380.00 



156,040.80 



18,924.86 

" "iii.M 



2,779.84 
754.06 
184.29 



88.73 



80.58 
'2i."58" 



Xvacysvia .................... 

13367 o B 16 



24,447.59 



$8,712.20 



206,044.43 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



604.50 
92,882.75 



10,006.00 

650.00 

76.00 

102.80 



812,837.88 



156.00 

44,672.00 

8, 15L 26 

10,680.84 



473.66 

226.87 

41,966.09 

16,617.74 

090.90 

10,795.87 

SdO.OO 

1,250.00 

880.00 

1, 165. 33 

1,068.00 



139,45L54 



22,686.00 
2.94 



19L44 
2.398.06 
1,606.78 



9.41 
12.88 



139.94 



17,292.98 



$268,218.00 

863.60 

10.765.45 

78,977.66 



Jnne 30, 1693. 



$2,810.00 
'848,'6i4.'7i 



TotaL 



7.65L50 

101,309.72 

982.90 



6,867.00 . 
242.00 I 
4,765.80 



804,184.60 



1,442.60 
12,500.00 
10,167.00 

1,225.71 
176.00 



26,217.29 

ll,7fl9.98 

2,417.47 

461.00 

9,921.86 

678.60 



4,830.25 
78.00 



81, 884. 51 



27,66L83 



7,805.07 
8,710.17 



14.89 
73188 



112.50 
4,076.12 



1,42L67 

702.75 

8,223.72 



861,666.97 



1,085.00 

4, 386. 00 

6,420.10 

766.00 

116.00 



81,080.00 
26,520.96 
22,126.88 

1,137.00 

12,487.52 
420.00 



105, 444. 06 



84,56L08 



16,667.86 
1,648.63 



76.52 

120.78 

8,800.00 



$7,686.75 

1.215.80 

1,042,515.16 

1,085.63 

26,034.63 

886,435.48 

1,301.79 

10, 006. 00 
0,208.92 
1,020.75 

11, 122. 31 



1,446,623.22 



6,000.19 

91, 863. 00 

80, 182. 00 

80,968.67 

290.00 

2,227.77 

89,148.37 

118,415.02 

94,523.89 

8,216.72 

56,028.80 
1,758.60 
1, 250. 00 
6,210.25 
1,233.33 
1,068.00 



4,505.00 
16.26 



10,026.64 



481,829.41 



108,672.26 

2.94 

149.58 

19L44 

89, 650. 38 

7,721.53 

184.20 

9.41 

132.01 

120.78 

4,642.70 

80.68 

189.04 

4,595.00 

36.83 

112.50 

67,042.88 



242 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Value of exporU declared for the United Statee, etc. — Continned. 



Articles. 



ooLOir— continaed. 



Haoblnery 

llahogaDy 

Han sanllla wood 

Herobandiae 

Hineralt 

Old anchors 

OldbnuM 

Old copper 

Old Junk 

Old lead 

Old machineiy (for repairs) . 

Old metal 

OldsilTcr 

Old yellow metal 

Organ 

Paimcaps 

Pesrl shells 

Pineapples 

Platea Jewelry (returned)... 

Soneh sticks 

Babber 

Sarsaparilla 

TaUow 

Turtle-shell 

Wine 



Total. 



Quarter ending — 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$118.04 
1,654.41 



1,221.57 
118.23 



8,001.04 



68.434.77 



PANAMA. 

American manufactures (re- 

' turned) 

Coffee 

Copaiba, balsam 

Hides ! 

India rubber 

Ivory nuts 

ICisceUaueous 

Ores, gold-bearing 

Personal effects 

Sarsaparilla 

Shells: 

Pearl oyster 

Tortoise 

Skins, deer 

Woods: 

Cooobolo 

Caoba (mahogany) 

Divers, unspecified 



Total. 



10.11 



485.89 

6, 675. 76 

20,616.15 

7,209.28 

44.88 



1,748.60 

4,794.46 

*7,'573.'23' 



1,909.80 



50,068.00 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



$5,149.45 



17.65 

16.83 

270.59 

160.59 

42.35 

302.50 



56.41 



720.63 
48.33 



590.54 
86.65 



61,502.96 



454.02 
712.29 

8,044.23 
36,308.63 

0,124.70 



1,606.23 

8, 311. 20 

99.07 

6,406.23 

864.12 



71,930.81 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$8,031.89 
" "276.25* 



47.17 



62.44 
'i,*0i6.'39 



87.56 
5,749.80 



8a 89 



60,057.36 



1,056.03 

11, 649. 24 

48,590.38 

7, 471. 10 

1,619.87 



2. 916. 21 
1,509.33 



3,270.84 

9,706.77 
8,700.15 



91,390.82 



June 30, 1863. 



$1,988.72 
14.05 



60.28 



186.86 



61.00 

6iaoo 



62.12 



5.18 
651.74 



2,710.33 

237.00 

24.40 

3,478.58 



82,118.62 



675.80 

7,855.68 

46.488.30 

«,376.71 

8,111.00 

04.55 

2,415.28 

468.50 

8,685.02 

116.42 

6,859.55 

1,739.32 

4,705.98 

235.00 



83, 816. U 



TotaL 



$118.04 

16,823.07 

14.06 

270.36 

60.23 

17.65 

16.83 

270.50 

384.12 

42.35 

302.50 

61.00 

610.00 

56.41 

C2.44 

52.12 

1,016.39 

6.18 

651.74 

87.56 

10,420.33 

404.46 

24.40 

7,050.00 



247,113.60 



10. U 

454.08 

2,830.01 

83,224.06 

152,002.46 

30, 180. 83 

4,675.75 

04.55 

1,415.28 

6,740.44 

18,300.01 

215.40 

24,100.85 

12,810.21 
8,406.13 
2,144.80 



207,205.74 



BARRANQUILLA. 

Importation of merohandiBe hy eountrieSf quantitie$y and values, through the Barranqnil4a 
custom-house, for the year ending December SI, 189^, and duties received for tA« sams 
period. 



Country. 



Colombia 

Spain and Cuba. 
ifnitedSUtes... 

France 

England 

Gremuuiy 

Italy..: 

Enj^lfsh colonies 

Be%ium 

Curacoa 

Total 



Quantity. 



KHo9. 

15,661 

1,090,082 

7,441,133 

2,313,442 

6,680,726 

2,873,024 

6,862 

5,122 

3,198 

45,888 



20, 475, 138 



YalM. 



$01,610.68 

250,866.40 

035,718.01 

1,661,115.81 

3,625,244.15 

1,066,571.72 

7.313.00 

107.20 

8,614.00 

6,835.00 



7,656,006.81 



CONTINENT OlP AMERICA DUTCH GUIANA, 



243 



BARKA17QUILLA CUSTOMS DUTIBS. 



[DutleB in paper money.] 



$541,868.26 

PebrnazT 494.563.20 

Mareh 454.408.45 

April 419, 448. W 

May 415,979.60 

June 425.282.06 

July 63O,O0L86 



Aagnat f408.236.05 

September 414,871.20 

October 221,807.10 

Ifovember 194,022.85 

December 470,888.50 

Total 5,180,046.60 



DUTCH GUIANA. 

Vahu of deeiared M^portt from the oon9ular dUtriot of ParatMribo to ike UniUd State* 

during ike year ending June 30, 1893. 



Articlea. 


Quarter ending- 


TotaL 


Sept 80, 1892. 


Dec. 81. 1892. 


Mar. 81, 1808. 


Jane 80, 1808. 


IWtta 


$7,884.12 
166,617.80 


$2,835.81 
74,086.71 


$2,515.76 
187,251.80 


$7,046.70 

877,091.80 

171.68 

22,494.09 


$10,282.80 

764,847.17 

171.68 


Goeoa 


Coffee 


Gold 


0,375.54 


8,296.10 
280.22 


6,452.06 


48, 617. 70 


Lettarwood 


280.22 


LtlDM 






15.80 
127,103.62 


15.30 


Sflfar 


60.881.74 


40,188.00 
5.80 


125,084.02 


858,108.28 
5.80 


Simple wood* .......^ 












Total 


240. 108. 76 


126,142.64 


871,254.54 


584,822.60 


1,171,838.61 





H. LOVEJOY, 

F%ce-Cott$uL 



ECUADOR. 

Value of exporte declared for ike United States for the year ending June 30 y 1893, 



Articlea. 



Gkao 

Coffee 

fiidee 

l^vj nnta 
Bobber.... 



Total. 



Ooeea.. 

Gold 

Hides 

ItOTYBtlta 

ibibber.... 

Skine 

Tobaeoo... 



Total. 



Coooa. 

CofliBe 

Hides 

Jobber... . 
Ivoiynata 



GUATAQUn* 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 80, 1602. 



$20,506.25 

761.00 

1,104.94 

103.42 

24,509.45 



288.00 

1,544.00 

812.84 

760.89 

0,463.60 



Deo. 81, 1882. 



$44,048.47 

1,267.62 

1,562.45 

2,705.45 

84,578.46 



286.60 



505.74 

6,002.04 

28,482.58 

9.80 



12,344.42 



109,844.84 

102,174.33 

30, 536. 96 

50, 190. 71 

328.20 



29,286.66 



61.186.35 

8,728.29 

27,206.04 

46, 329. 86 

177.87 



Mar. 31, 1898. 



$5,724.89 

852.39 

1,831.60 

6*934.42 

21,234.39 



83.92 



432.57 

11,077.90 

17, 038. 58 

20.00 

112.50 



JuneSO, 1803. 



20,615.47 



80,162.00 
10, 234. 30 
20,392.84 
83, 021. 96 
2,958.88 



$17, 029. 16 

982.68 

1,215.49 

5,350.01 

10,756.61 



180.00 



107.55 

028.76 

18,469.20 

47.40 



14, 732. 91 



174,903.81 

1,708.00 

14.853.19 

29, 814. 17 

7,625.70 



TotaL 



$87,308.27 

3,363.60 

6,804.48 

15, 183. 30 

91,078.91 



202,728.56 



763.42 

1,644.00 

1,358.70 

17,769.59 

64,354.05 

77.20 

112.50 



85,979.46 



866,587.90 
122,845.01 

02,989.48 
159, 356. 70 

11,090.16 



244 



COMMEBinAL RELATIONS. 



TaZiM ofeaq^arU declared for the United Siatee, eto.— Contiiiaed. 



Axtides. 



euATAQUiL— continued. 

GoaUUnB 

Old silver 

Gold dust 

Straw hats 

Sngar 

Br&tles 



Total. 



BAKTA MABTA. 



Cocoa 

Coffee 

Hides 

Straw hats 
Ivorv nnts 
RabScr 



Total. 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



00 
2,025.00 



ua.80 



92.40 

2,220.57 

2, 611. 19 

732.20 

550.13 

7,338.06 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



1399.95 

8,676.46 

1,697.68 

290,94 



5,180.48 
2,321.43 
1,380.40 
141.75 
6,838.43 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$2,560.02 
1,612.98 



72.60 



.. 



45.08 
1,878.55 
2, 153. 88 
2,105.60 
537.44 
1,680.98 



June 80, 1893. 



$14.64 
88.45 



2,772.33 



ao.72 

159.60 
1,706.78 
2,480.80 



TotaL 



$286.64 

2,514.00 

$.245.48 

$.082.99 

290.94 

191.40 



767.480.64 



198.20 
8,948.20 
8,793.23 
6,609.00 
1.220.32- 
15.857.47 



41,725.42 



FAIiKIiANB ISIiANT>S. 

Imports into the Falkland Islands during the year ending December SI, 189S. 



Deaoriptlon. 



From Oreat Britain. 

Wearing apparel 

Books and clothing material 

Groceries and oil mra's stores 

Glass, earthenware, etc 

Furniture, bedding, etc 

Machinery and hardware 

Timber and building material 

Ship chandlers' stores 

Sheep dip 

Coal 

Specie 

wire-fencing material 

Haberdafthery 

Articles unenumerated 

Wines 

Spirits 

Malt liquor 

Tobacco 

Cigars 

Live stock 

Parcels, post, from United Kingdom 

Total 

From Qermany. 

Groceries 

Beer 

Cigars 

Wines 

Haberdashery and other articles 

Total 



Value 
entered. 



$22,870 

25,580 

70,055 

1,905 

6,645 

25,835 

26.075 

46,280 

15,510 

8,400 

10,000 

15,000 

12,400 

8,395 

2,440 

8,570 

U,640 

2,385 

1,045 

750 

6,395 



812,775 



1,250 

1,500 

875 

50 

8,000 



6,175 



Description. 



From Uruguay. 

Clothing , 

Groceries 

Flour, corn, hay, etc 

Fruit and vegetables 

Other articles 

Hardware and machinery 

Ship chandlers' stores 

Total 

From Pataaonia, 
Horses 

From Chile. 

Groceries 

Flour, com, etc 

Timber and fencing 

Yeeetables 

Seu, otter, and guanaco skins 

Total 

Rfistnrt. 

Great Britain 

Germany 

Uruguay 

Argentine Kepublic 

Chfle •. 

Total 



Value 
entered. 



$1,000 
1.250 
2.100 
2,800 
750 
1,500 
1,000 



9,900 



700 



1,500 

13,515. 

2,900 

725 

2.500 



21,140 



812,775 

6.175 

0,900 

700 

21.140 



850,690 



CONTINENT OF AHEBICA— FALKLAND ISLANDS. 



245 



JBiBparU from (A^ Fal}iland I$lands for the year ending December 31, 189B, 



Deioriptioii. 



Qnantity. 



Value, 
includine 
costs ana 
charges. 



Wed 

TUlow 

Hidee 

Sbeepekins 

Bone ash 

froMvi mutton. 

SeaUkins 

Eoraehair 

Ptreela, poet . . 



To Qrtat Britain, 



.pounds. 
....do... 



. .number. 

bags. 

.carcasses. 
..nnmber. 
...pounds. 



3,086,761 

406,500 

425 

88.238 

250 

17.882 

612 

448 



Total 



Ure sheep 

TaUow aal sheepskins .. 
Grooeriee and proTiaiona 

C3othing 

Wbies 



ToOhUs. 



•nombeir. 



Total 



LtTSsbe^ 

Lnmber 

Groceries and stores. 
Vonitnrs 



To Argentino B^puhUe. 



.number. . 
feet.. 



Total 

Grand total exporta 



1,800 



4,203 
100,460 



$463,116 

21, 170 

1,590 

79,880 

180 

35,760 

3,840 

20 

1,970 



^,525 



2,600 

6,970 

1,100 

7S0 

375 



11,695 



6,600 
2,260 
2.000 
2,600 



18,340 



631,660 



Navigation at Port Stanleg, Falleland lelande, for the year ending December SI, 189$. 





Entered. 


Cleared. 


nag. 


Steamers. 


Sailing 
Teasels. 


Total. 


Steamers. 


Sailing 
vessels. 


Total. 


British 


No. 

3 

15 


Tom. 

606 

26,628 


No. 
21 


Ton§. 
11,094 


No. 


Tone, 


No. 

3 

15 


Ton». 

696 

26,628 


No. 
19 


Tons. 
10,326 


No. 


Ton». 












Am^rietti 




6,270 

492 

99 

336 

474 






4 
4 
1 


6,270 

402 

99 






Chiksa 


















-4.rfn)tine . 


















donrf |i|ai . , , , , , . 


















D^iah'' 














1 


474 




















47 




Total 


18 


27,323 


32 


17,766 


60 


46,088 


18 


27,323 


29 


16,661 


43,984 



Henry 8. Lasjir, 

Coneul. 



POBT STAmLKY, FaULLAKD ISLANDS. 



246 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



UBUGUAT. 

Hie valu€ of declared eacporU from the oonntlar dUtrict of Montevideo to the United Statm 

during the year ending June SO^ 1893, 



Articlet. 



Quarter ending- 



Bones 

Hides, dry ox snd cow 

Hide cuttings 

Horsehslr 

Iron, old, sorap, and iron rail 

Ostnch feathers 

Sags, cotton 

Skins, carpincho and stag . . . 
Wool 



Total. 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



$5,743 
298, 07« 



24,116 



8,450 
8,490 



885,775 



Dec 81, 1892. 



$12,008 
548,006 

4,432 
63,241 

4,118 



6,035 
1,618 



639,448 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



Jnne 30, 1883. 



$327,985 

6,360 

84.630 

883 

1,026 

65 

8,816 

84,879 



464,144 



$7,427 

883,302 

2,040 

22,703 
2,285 
1,119 



8.419 
22,360 



449,635 



TotaL 



$25,178 

1,558.269 

12,832 

144.600 

7,266 

2,145 

66 

26,280 

112,848 



1,889.008 



Frank D. Hill, 

CansuL 



VENEZUEIjA. 
Value of export* dmilaredfor tM Unitod JStatee for the year ending June SO, 189S. 



Artiolea. 



XJk GUATBA. 



Balata 

Books 

Cocoa 

CJoffee 

Ckooolate . . 
ColMdllla... 
Gnaio wood 

Hides 

Kubber 

SUver 

Skins 

Sundries . . . 
Tiger 



Total. 



XABAOAJBO. 



Boxwood 

Cedar 

Coffee 

Cacao 

Copaiba 

Curarina 

Divi-diTi 

Ebony 

Fish, pounds. ..i 

Fustic 

Hides 

Lignum- vitn 

Living plants 

Mahogany 

Quina bark 

JCetumed American goods. 

Skins 

Specie 

Wool 

Sundries 



Total 

Total for preceding year 
Increase 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$393.86 
8,990.21 



1,696.24 



9,953.69 



1,082.35 
2,198.04 



770.83 



1,557,309.22 
8,760.27 



836.55 
i," 246.* 65 



102.29 
9, 207. 52 



34. Jl 



1,577,767.44 
1,881,608.82 



303,841.38 



Dec 31, 1892. 



$874.61 



89,134.16 
4,817.72 
1,668.45 



16,689.03 
120.98 



6,044.66 
2,559.57 



1,735.95 

1,163.46 

798,440.17 

507.05 



88.59 
1,066.56 



5,795.32 



1,085.01 
807.69 



464.41 
8, 937. 16 



89.73 



820, 181. 10 
2, 102, 180. 08 



1,281,998.98 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$56.61 



22,725.69 
26,606.61 

1,099.25 
90.27 

1,945.12 
15,119.29. 



5,871.50 

"**i66.*66 



6, 599. 55 

645.38 

1,221,294.18 

2,354.15 
708.92 



1,266.50 

6*475* ii 

*i,'42i.*76 



109.79 

505. 61 

8,985.19 



661.55 
4.62 



1, 260, 027. 38 
2,489.412,84 



1,189,385.46 



June 30, 1893. 



$169.84 



19,635.49 

5,998.95 

535.11 



4,982.35 
6,782.12 



10,103.87 
1.861.71 



516.81 

6,534.61 

1,375,386.71 

12,315.21 



410.00 
4,686.92 



1,207.26 
821.19 

5,415.92 
146.85 
440.41 



26.92 

213.00 

10.057.09 

12.820.00 

103.78 

142.35 



1, 430, 345. 08 

1,293,155.21 

13?, 189. 82 



TotaL 



$600.98 

398.85 

90,485.64 

86,918.28 

4,999.06 

90.27 

6,927.47 

48,394.18 

120.98 

1,082.85 

22,717.67 

8,92L28 

loaoo 



216,75L25 



8.e23.U 

7,343.45 

4,952,430.28 

28,936.68 

703.98 

410.00 

5,953.43 

88.50 

9.085.56 

821.19 

13,879.64 

146.85 

1,525.43 

807.69 

136.71 

1, 885. 31 

37,186.96 

12,820.00 

765.33 

270.81 



5.078,320.95 
7,716,356.96 



2,688,036.00 



CONTINENT OF AMERICA VENEZUELA. 



247 



Valu§ of exparU declared for the United States, etc.— Continued. 



Articles. 



PUKBTO CABKIXO. 



Cioao 

Cocoannta 

Coifee 

Copper ore 

Oopperregulat. 

Deerskine 

Goatskins 

Hides 

All other 



Total 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



f4U 



2,103 



42 

1,021 

7ie 



4,386 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$2,810 
'i6,'«66 



445 
8,927 
6,244 

235 



21,321 



l£ar.31,1883. 



$254 



6.095 

140, 791 

98,863 

1,346 

3,390 

28,456 

914 



Jane 80, 1893. 



280,109 



$19,454 



1,185 

2,088 

15,586 

598 



38, 911 



TotaL 



$254 

8,224 

6.005 

175,1198 

98,863 

3,018 

13,426 

50,002 

1,747 



854,727 



MARACAIBO. 

I hare the Honor to inclose a statement of the total ezporte from Maracaiho to the 
United States during the years 1891, 1892, and 1893, wbich shows a steady and pro- 
gressive diminntion since the imposition by oar Qovemment of duties upon the 
products of Venezuela. 

At the close of 1891 our trade with this section had hecome more eztensiye than 
erer before, and there was no reason to imagine that it would not steadily increase 
in a satisfactonr proportion. 

The value of tne exports from Maracaiho to New York amounted to a total of 
18,079,446.62, iJnited States gold, of which practically the whole was sold and con- 
nmed in the United States. 

This naturally stimulated the export trade from our own country to this Republic, 
and American goods of all descriptions began to arrive here in such increasing quan- 
tities as to warrant the expectation that we would ultimately take the lead over our 
£uropean rivals, notwithstanding their unceasing efforts and elaborate schemes of 
commercial warfare. 

Upon the refusal of this country, however, to accept the reciprocity propositions 
of the United States, duties were imposed upon Venezuelan products which had 
hitherto been admitted free, and the result was an immediate decline in the mutual 
commerce of the two nations. At the close of 1892 the total exports from this port 
to New York amounted for the year to $6,130,516.59, a decrease of nearly two mil- 
lions of dollars, and when it is remembered that of this diminished value not more 
than one-third was actually consumed in the United States, it will be seen that our 
trade met with a serious setback. This is still more forcibly demonstrated by the 
itatistics of the past year. 

During the twelve months ending December 81, 1893, the Maracaiho exports to 
New York had fallen in value to $4,582,209.49^ something more than half of the 
invoice values for 1891 ; so that instead of an increase of some millions of dollars 
during the two years, which under former conditions we had a right to expect, 
there had been a very serious decrease which has materially injured both our com- 
mercial and shipping interests. 

Moreover, from the comparatively small amount of $4,582,209.49, which represents 
the total value of exports from this section to the United States during the year 
1893, we must deduct $2,042,242.39, the value of products shipped to New York, but 
in transit for foreign ports, and so invoiced, and also $l,o90,565.25, representing 
invoices sent with option to so reship, most of which also found their way abroad. 
This leaves for the year $649,401.85 as the value of products from this district 
actually sold and consumed in the United States. Between this comparatively 
trifling amount and the $8,000,000 worth taken by us in 1891 there is an enormous 
difference, and I fear that under existing conditions this decrease will not be 
checked. 

If these conditions did no more than diminish or even totallv do away with the 
consumption of Venezuelan coffee in the United States, I would attach but little 
importance to the results, but it must be understood that with the cessation of the 
■ale of Venezuelan products in our markets, orders from Venezuela for American 
merchandise will also cease, as has already been practicallv demonstrated, much to 
onr loss and to the advantage of European exporters, who nave been quick to avail 
themaelves of the opportunities thus offered them. 



248 COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 

Ground once lost is difficult to recovery and even in the case of the remoTal of 
existing drawbaclu our trade will need careful nursing to overoome the evil already 
accomplished. 

Generally sneaking, the year has been a prosperous one in this section. Coffee 
being the main staple, the state of war in Brazil and conse<]^uent decrease in the 
exports of that country haye caused a greater demand and higher prices, and the 
^reat exporting houses of Venezuela have been correspondingly benefited^ and also 
in a less degree the coffee-growers of the interior. 

Unfortunately the State of Los Andes, which is the chief coffee re^on of western 
Venezuela, has been in an exceedingly unsettled and turbulent political condition 
since the close of the late revolution, and all industries have suffered thereby. 

Id the wake of political disorders has followed an increase of crime, and the demor- 
alization produced in the community by a ferocious civil war has nad a bad effect 
upon both agriculture and commerce. 

1ji Zulia, hapi>ily these disorders have not occurred, and the people are to-day tran- 
quilly engaged in their customary occupations, as though no civil strife had inter* 
vened. 

Maracaibo exporters have been recently embarrassed by the partial destruction of 
the principal interior railways by floods caused by heavy rains unprecedented at this 
time of year. The greater part of the colBTee and other products is transported by the 
railway from Cucuta to the river Zulia and by the line of La Ceiba. 

Both of these roads have been badly damaged, and a larse section of the latter is 
buried under 3 feet of sand, while a considerable extent oi the Cucuta Railway has 
been entirely swept away, and warehouses and wharves at the river terminus hmve 
been deslaroyed by the sudden flooding of the stream, which appears to have burst 
all bounds. 

Some loss of life has ensued, but no detailed statement thereof has been made. In 
all products other than coffee there has been a decrease in the past year in the 
amounts exported with the exception of the different classes of woods and divi-divi, 
which show a marked increase, tnis being, perhaps, natural, as considering the great 
forests bordering the lake, filled with valuable woods which may be taken freely. 
This business should be a source of great profit. As yet, however, it is but in its 
infancy, there being hundreds of varieties of useful and beautiful woods which are 
still unknown in foreign markets. 

On the whole, Venezuela is recovering from the effects of the late war with more 
elasticity than perhaps would be expected from a country of its character and popu- 
lation, and it is hoped that with tne beginning of the new constitutional regime 
next month, the Republic may enter upon an era of uninterrupted peace and proa- 
perity. 

Statement of the value of total ex/j^orte from Maraeaibo to the United Statee during the 

calendar year$ 1891, 1892, and 1893. 



Year ending December 81— 



1891. 
1892. 
1893. 



Vmlne, United 
Statee gold. 



18,079,446.02 
0,130,ftl«.&9 
4,582,209.49 



$1,948,030.08 
1,M8, 907.10 



Of the amount quoted for the year 1893 there were $2,042,242.39, representing the 
value of goods to be reshipped to foreign ports, and $1,890,565.25 of invoices sent 
with option to reship, leaving only a value of $649,401.85 as certainly sold and con- 
sumed in the United States. 

K*. H. PLUMilCHKR, 

U. a. Con$ul, 
MaragaibO; December SI, 1893. 



CONTINENT OF AMERICA — ^WEST INDIES. 



249 



WEST INDIES. 

BBITISH WEST 1:N^DISS. 

Folntf of declared exports for the United SUUeefor the year ending June 30, 189$, 



ArtiolM. 



AXTSQUA. 



SftylM 

LimM... 

HiilM... 
Bogiur... 



Total. 



fitfk.. 
Itott: 



Green 

Rides and skine 

Logwood 

lUrine corioe and ahella . 

8dt 

Sponges 

Bandnee • 

TnrUe, IItv , 



Total. 



■IMILITON, BBBMUDA. 



AmWTOOt 

Baga,emptj....... 

SaneU, empty — 

BulbiTlily 

Coral, Bermuda... 

Plowera, eat 

Fnniitare ........ • 

Hides 

Jank, old 

Laaip goods 

Uqoora, mixed . . . 
Utrioe specimens. 

Milk punch 

OnioDseed 

Pslma 

Paba leaTes 

Plants 

Phosphates 

Pnme wine 

Sheepskins 

Silk, raw 

TtUow 

Tuilii beana 

TegeUbles 

Vhi«ky 

Wfaie,port 



Total. 



ST. OBOBOKB, BEBMUDA. 



Arrowroot 
Ulybolbs. 



Total. 



vfaimr .....••.. 
Hid«. 

I'hues (pickled) 
Ilaejaioe 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$l,t72.82 
10,239.21 



887,008.22 



409,279.75 



080.00 

25,884.00 
44,770.55 



294.05 
7, 616. 10 

020.50 

8,061.20 

87,108.85 

2,717.43 



806.00 
84,943.58 



1,426.39 
50.60 



6,073.39 



Deo. 31. 1892. 



$2,887.67 
6,inL60 



8,044.24 



13,483.41 



12,368.10 

161. 81 

568.91 

6,076.05 



1,918. 05 

51,690.06 

1,260.85 

735.05 



121.66 
153.07 



2,366.16 



146.00 



969.17 



143.08 
194.66 
355.02 



14, 348. 36 



59, 211. 05 



164.00 
8,788.98 



8,052.08 



32.00 
710.00 

26.88 
121.89 



28.98 



Mar. 81, 1898. 



12,606.78 
5,499.88 



12,16L06 



20,270.031 



18&00 



'2,*9i4.'Q6 

687.78 



1,880.00 



88,404.10 
6,868.15 
1, 110. 25 



462.09 



60.08 

4.86 

1,810.58 



91.25 



68.38 
24.32 



2, 868. 80 
118,904.03 



124, 587. 70 



24.039.82 

120, 283. 24 

116.80 



Jnne80,1898. 



$2,882.97 

2,826.48 

5, 455. 19 

169.30 

845,168.89 



856,452.78 



407.10 

8,660.45 
164,069.76 
1,599.09 
543.50 
8,902.01 
1,750.35 



56,688.05 

13,828.06 

566.40 



474.69 

46.62 

235.55 

8,927.21 

14.96 

8,887.80 



2,883.88 



13.22 
8,251.92 



9.73 

65.68 

85L92 



5,009.28 

426, 474. 55 

1,557.33 



146,431.42 



■• 



78.62 



451, 102. 84 



TotaL 



10,761.64 

24,466.68 

5.455.19 

169.30 

1,247.443.01 



1.287.285.76 



1,282.30 



78.62 



2,770.50 
15.00 



2,850.90 



1«282.30 



954.75 



399.32 
16,008.76 I 



1,252.10 

28,964.45 

294,168.45 

2,448.18 

1,406.46 

18,824.16 

2,370.85 

6,574.25 

213,885.66 

88,675.09 

2,411.70 



524, 996. 24 



474.60 

45.62 

1,616.20 

44,023.86 

14.96 

2,387.38 

4.86 

7,436.01 

50.50 

13.22 

8,251.92 

91.25 

146.00 

6,973.39 

9.73 

124.06 

376.24 

960.17 

28.98 

143.08 

194.66 

355.02 

5,069.28 

453, 383. 17 

255,092.96 

116.80 



781.393.01 



164.00 
10, 149. 90 



10,318.90 



82.00 

4,445.16 

41.88 

621.21 

18,878.06 



250 



COMMEBCIAI. RELATIONS. 



Value of declared experU for iKe United Siatee, ete, — Continned. 



Artlclea. 



BT. CBKISTOPHER— oontiniied. 



Sagar 

TamairiiidB 



Total 

fiT. LUCIA. 



Bng»r: 

Centrifhgal 
llolasaes . . . 
MnoooTado. 



Total 

SALT OAT. 

Siatinlralk 

TBINIDAD. 



Asphalt 

Bitten 

Ck>coa 

Sugar 

MiaceUaneous. 



Total. 



Betnmed American gooda . . . . 

Returned empty kegs and car- 

boya 



Total returned . . 

TDBXB BLAITD. 



Salt.... 
Sponge. 



Total. 



Qoarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



|229,lia42 
119.00 



230,120.00 



09.582.80 
'i6,'299.'46 



U, 388. 62 



£ «. 

18, 173 10 
4,037 18 

57,537 18 
105.033 10 
7,291 18 



4 
9 

? 

4 



Dec. 81, 1892. 



18,028.10 



8,028.19 



2,102.01 



8,774.89 



Mar.81,18«B. 



$216,M2.56 
60.00 



222,646.05 



120,696.82 
2,944.88 
8,918.62 



175 13 21 
40 4 2 



10,800.06 
744.94 



10,U4.00 



A 
14,018 
6,879 
78,184 
67,788 
24,909 



«. d. 

8 8 

18 10 

10 

4 10| 

10 10{ 



4 4 1 
2 13 li 



$6,577.74 
1,101.62 



7,769.36 



£ «. d. 

14,700 10 6 

4,830 7 7 

42,083 13 2 

182,812 3 8| 

945 18 10i 



131 10 2| 
9 7 1 



$2,702.82 
1, 186. 18 



3,889.00 



June 80, 1898. 



$535.12L20 



662,484.03 



80,317.66 

1,802.68 

87,270.02 



£ «. 

13,623 8 

3,450 7 

51, 816 U 

246,49115 



d. 

? 



6,784 12 10 



26 18 2| 



$6,135.80 
563.10 



6,608.49 



TotaL 



$969,210.88 
160.00 



1,018,288.1 



279,406.17 

4.747.20 

68,689.96 



342,833.82 



80,163.41 



£ t. d. 
56,506 17 4| 

17,707 2 10 
220.621 8 8 
548,076 2 
6 1 



885,002 10 1| 



85 18 2| 
7 1 



85 5 3| 



$28,784.08 
3,685.03 



87,470.85 



JAMAICA. 

The fiscal year ending: March 31, 1893, was a fairly proeperoiu one for the iBland^ 
there being an increase in shipping, exports, and imports over the preceding year. 

SHIPPING. 

Five hundred and eighty-eight steam vessels cleared firom the norts of this island 
for the year, being an excess of 74 over the preceding year. Of this niimber 49 
were American Tessels, with a tonnage of 538,^. 

Of sailing; vessels there were 410, with a tonnage of 112,404. Of this nninber 91 
were American, with an aggregate tonnage of 25,432. 

KXPORTS. 

A comparison of the exports of the island for the fiscal years of 1891-'92, and 
1892-'93, shows an increase of 2 per cent. 

Exports to the United States, for the preceding fiscal year, 1892, amounted to 
$4,269,254,732 and for the past fiscal year to $4,640,448.32, an increase of nearly 9 per 
cent, and beins 55 per cent of the entire exports of the island. Omitting the item of 
mm, almost all of which goes to the United Kingdom, the United States takes over 
60 per cent of the products of the island. 

while the exports to the United States increased 9 per cent during the past fiscal 
year, those to tne United Kingdom decreased 9 per cent, and those to Canada 22'8. 

IMPORTS. 

According to the collector-general's report, the imports into the inland for the 
fiscal year ending March 31, 1893, amounted to $9,448,217.88, being $873,710.71 in 
excess of those or the previous year. 

The total imports from the United States aggregated $3,292,262.28, or Tery nearly 
35 per cent of the entire imports, and being an increase of $108,766.86 over those of 
the preceding year. 



CONTINENT OP AMERICA — WEST INDIES. 



251 



To the total imports the Dominion of Canada contribnted $899,829. 77, being an 
increase of $9,607.07; the United Kingdom, $4,872,480.23, being an increase of 
$675,875.54; other British West India, $181,415.30, being an increase of $131,040.92; 
Germany, $41,726.12, being an increase of $7,695.87 ; France, $13,737.07, being an 
increase of $4,843.43; other countries, $146,767. 21, being a decrease of $64,018,98. 

Of the imported foods 56*09 came from the United States, 13*06 per cent from the 
UDited Kingdom, 25*09 per cent from Canada^ and 5*76 per cent from other oonn- 
triee, showing the important fact that, of the imported foods, more than 75 per cent 
came from the North American Continent, sts shown by the following table: 



From— 



Articles. 



Bread and biacnlts 

Butter 

CboMe 

Tkna 

Otto 

P«Me and beans 

ladianeoni 

f arfauMeona anbatancea — 

lUk 

Vmita, fteab and lyreaerred. 

Hay and atraw 

lanl 



United 
Kingdom. 



Oila 

Plekka, oondimenta, etc 



hH 

Oflmdenaed mflk 
TaBznea 



Bsafaiid pork, salted cored.. 
Bosar, refliied and anrefined. 

tm 

THroleum and lamp oil 

Tsfetablea, fresh, etc 

Total fooda 



$205.86 

10,793.88 

4,038.76 

1.06 

463.03 

885.32 



United 
States. 



Canada. 



4,528.23 

87,288.62 

7,182.82 



96.48 

18,841.86 

1,854.07 

88,586.81 

167,240.66 

12,070.56 

100,585.27 

16.48 

483.60 

4,483.13 

18, 415. 50 

172.78 

1, 172. 27 



168, 427. 85 

121,818.70 

41,143.20 

859,810.00 

0,226.88 

9,982.98 

238,722.02 

23,455.04 

106,506.12 

63.922.60 

6,480.54 

8,158.45 

24,146.77 

21,067.77 

12,553.60 

6,412.00 

208.87 

863.18 

16,870.38 

125,205.45 

22,256.00 

214.85 

88,604.26 

14,650.63 



13,556.06 

448.10 

2,121.78 

8,650.00 

68.70 

158.15 

510.00 

783,906.42 

636.85 

8,068.32 



888.08 



83.67 



424,468.98 1,822,443.27 



lil.97 
1,616.56 



2,194.48 

66.18 

881.11 

6,930.79 



814. 885. 91 



Other 
countries. 



$30.26 

577.09 

154.97 

542.14 

2.44 

10.66 

82.43 

617.23 

239.79 

2,214.95 



60.75 

42.96 

41.26 

315.81 

167,065.50 

11,014.95 

87L75 



Total. 



271.27 

3,961.21 

20.59 

4.93 

739.00 



187,451.73 



$68,753.07 

136,746.68 
45,786.08 

862,474.07 
18,343.04 
10,947.56 

238,912.60 
29,100.50 

930. 080. 9& 
16,377.31 
8,548.86 
8,326.68 
88,860.66 
22,963.10 
61,460.98 

839, 738. 1» 
28,521.35 

103,846.71 
15,886.87 

125,060.22 
81,984.82 
18,717.21 
89,910.08 
23,492.69 



3,249,219.89 



dn^araiive $taiement of manufiutitred art%cle$ imported far the fiscal years ending March 

SI, 189B and 1893. 



Deacription. 



Cotton gooda 

Woolen and worsted goods 
Cttiiagea, wagons, etc — 

food 

Hooaehold fnmitiire 

Htfdware and cutlery — 

Agricnltiirs] implementa 
and tools, etc 

Boots and shoes 

Liquors, spiritoous and 
malt 

Htchinery 

StsUonery 

Drags snd medicines 



Year. 



51892 
n898 
1892 
1893 
1892 
1893 
1892 
1893 
1892 
1803 
1802 
1893 
1892 
1893 
1802 
1803 
1892 
1883 
1802 
1892 
1892 
1893 
1892 
1893 



From— 



United 
BUngdom. 



$1,022, 

1,210, 

123. 

173, 

8, 

822, 

424, 

21, 

19, 

289, 

430, 

3. 

25, 

209, 

201, 

220, 

200, 

20, 

03. 

50, 

52, 

64, 

50, 



560.83 
101.26 
381.26 
050.83 
186.53 
739.00 
871.73 
458.08 
067.43 
088.63 
525.04 
113. 67 
103.41 
502.77 
068.86 
487.00 
195.85 
801.70 
286.06 
203.01 
707. 18 
003.25 
155.32 
784.31 



United 
Statea. 



$35,748.00 
89, 522. 26 

2,805.37 

1.481.94 

42,455.62 

87,601.60 

858, 504. 03 

1,822.443.27 

24,550.32 

26,439.84 

100,312.74 

88,407.42 

1,653.81 
15,810.88 
53,070.50 
58.002.44 
21,929,34 
18,058.86 
40. 290. 70 
76,504.62 

5.415.88 
19.861.32 
84,544.23 
85,578.66 



Canada. 



$2,077.17 

447.18 

2, 781. 89 

2.256.58 

6,717.71 

8,038.85 

762,211.06 

814,885.01 

4, 027. 30 

628.35 

8,815.76 

1,364.55 

103.51 

22.45 

8,316.46 

4, 178. 82 

27,456.66 

26, 956. 14 

1,885.46 

28.28 

899.16 

176.05 

4,600.12 

6,825.88 



Other 
countries. 



$7,205.22 

4,671.00 

1,543.80 

1,856.11 

24.27 

11.42 

160, 000. 24 

187,451.73 

861.62 

1,838.56 

887.68 

1,508.82 



304.99 

4,220.43 

8,466.56 

3, 476. 39 

2,542.29 

8, 841. 73 

8,531.49 

52.44 

8, 566. 33 

279.14 

848.44 



Total. 



$1, 067, 

1,263, 

130, 

178, 

62, 

41, 

2, 103, 

8,249, 

50, 

48, 

304, 

521, 

4, 

41. 

260, 

267, 

2ZH, 

257, 

66, 

143, 

56, 

75, 

98, 

102, 



590.72 
831.79 
512.41 
646.46 
384.13 
481.81 
587.05 
210.89 
506.76 
396.38 
507.17 
484.36 
860.73 
650.09 
671.22 
224.82 
058.23 
358.08 
304.55 
267.40 
574. 66 
606. 95 
578. 81 
036.78 



IM1>0RTS FROM THE UNITED STilTBS. 



Cotton goods. — ^Whiletbe above fignres show anincreaee in the importations for the 
United Statea of nearly every commodity named, yet the most lamentable showing 
ismade in cotton goods. For some reason or other the United Kingdom furnished 
of the cotton gooda exported to this island $1,219,191.26, and the United States only 
$39,622.26. 



252 COMMERCIAL REL.1TI0NS. 

As said by one of my predecessors in commenting upon the small exportation of 
cotton goods, '^ With time, distance, ft'eight, quality, and prices, it is hard to account 
for the fact that the cotton mills of the United St-ates do. not control this trade.'' 

I am very glad to say, however, that an effort is being made to increase the trade 
in these goods, with a prospect of great success. 

Hardware and cutlery, — It is to be hoped that the import of these articles will 
increase during the present fiscal year; they show a decrease of 11*86 per cent for 
the fiscal year of 1892-'93. 

Drugs and medioinee. — In 1891-'92 drtfgs and medicines were imported from the 
United States to the value of $34,544.23; in 1892-'93, $35,578.62, showing an increase 
of 2*9 per cent. The trade in these goods is steadily increasing. 

Jgriculiural implements, — It will be seen that there has been a remarkable increase 
in the importations of American agricultural implements, the reports in 1893 amount- 
ing to $15,819.88, being a gain of $14,166.07 over the previous years. There is no 
reason why the American manufacturer should not control the bulk of this trade. 
He should be incited by a perusal of these figures to additional efforts to introduce 
his goods more extensively in this market. 

Stationery, — ^The imports of American stationery has also increased from $5,415.88 
to $19,861.32, being an increase of $14,445.44. 

Machinery, — In tnis line the increase has been great. During the fiscal year end- 
ing March 31, 1892, the imports of American machinery amounted to only $40,290.70; 
during the last fiscal year it amounted to $76,504.62, being an excess of $36,213.92, or 
88*7 per cent. 

Liquors, spirituous and malt, — A comparison of the import of these goods for the 
fiscal year 1891-92, shows a decrease of 17*64 per cent. 

It is said that German lager is better packed than American, sold at lower rates, 
and on credit from three to six months. English lagers are sold here at reasonable 
prices, through agents, whose interest it is to push the trade. To increase the sale 
of American malts, agents should be appointed in the larger towns here to solicit 
orders, etc. The whisky market is overrun with Scotch, Irish, and Canadian, all of 
which is sold very low — mostly on credit. 

Carriages and wagons, — It will be observed that though there is a slight decrease 
in this luie, yet, United States furnishes 90 per cent of the entire imports. 

Boots and shoes, — While our imports of boots and shoes are very small (out of a 
total importation of $267,224.82 the imports of the Unit-ed States only amoants to 
$58,092.44), yet a great improvement has been made in this trade during the past two 
or three years, in 1889 our imports amounted to only $9,546.18, and American boots 
and shoes were then regarded in Jamaica as inferior to those of other countries. 
Now there are merchants in this city advertising them for sale as 'headers.'' 

CONCLUSION. 

While our trade in Jamaica is increasing each year, it still falls short of what 
it should be. The United States is the natural market botJi for the exports and 
imports of the islands. Comparatively speaking, we are at its ver^ door, we take 
more than 60 per cent, as heretofore shown, of all its produce, omitting the item of 
rum, and it is but natural that we should control the imports also. Ettbrts must be 
made, however, by the American manufacturer and exporter to increase their trade. 
They must ascertain what character of goods suits the market, size of packages 
needed, proper method of boxing, invoicing, etc. All this information can be ob- 
tained from consular reports. This islaud imported during the past fiscal year 
nearly $10,000,000 worth of goods, and lam sure that with the proper efforts the 
United States can secure at least 75 per cent of the trade. In days gone by the 
question of fiag may have been potential. That day has past, and the business men 
of this island will deal in I'utiire where they can obtain the best goods, in the 
quickest time at the lowest prices. 

A most friendly feeling exists towards the United States, as evidenced by the fol- 
lowing editorial taken from one of the leading papers of the island, commenting 
upon the increase of trade to and from the United States. "The United states must 
from geographical contiguity, immensity of population, and prolonged business as- 
sociation continue to afford us the chief field for our commercial operations, both in 
respect of imports and exports, to say nothing of the very important social rela- 
tions existing between that country and our islands, the result of lengthened years 
of friendly intercourses." 

It will be my pleasure while here as consul to cultivate these friendly relations, 
and to labor earnestly to extend American trade. 

Q. O. ECKFORD, 

Kingston, Jamaica, December, 189S, 



CONTINENT OP AMEBICA — ^WEST INDIES. 



253 



Statement ekowing the declared ea^portsfrom Jamaica to the United Statee during the year 

ended June SO, 1893, 



Articles. 



BLACK KtTKB. 



Annotto 

Bitterwood. 

Coffee 

fustic 

Gineer 

GosUklxis.. 

Hides 

Loinrood... 
Pimento.... 
Sugar ...... 



Total. 



FALMOUTH. 



Ooflto 

Coooanuts 

Gioger 

Logwood 

Pimento 

Pimento cordial 

Ptcserres and pickles. 

Omages 

Sugar 



Total. 



KINOSTON. 



Asnotto. 



Biitonrood 

Batter 

Cwriage materials 
Clgsrs 



Cocoa 

Coeoannta 

Coffee 

$rags... 

Srewoods 

Ibony 

PsDCT articles. 

Pnnutore 

Fostie ........ 

Glager 

OoatsUns 

GftMfhiit — 
Hiir 



Herbs, medicinal . 

Hides 

Xola 

Laaeewood spars 

Lard fTT.. 

Lignnm-Tits 



Liaejaioe 

Logwood. 

Oruges 

Onogejoioe.... 

Plnaato 

Pimonts sticks . 

Pineapples 

Pineapple plants 

Bom 

Biddtory 

Strnparilla 

Ssdawood 

Sogsr 

Tutleskells 

▼«x , 

Tins 



Total. 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 30. 1892. 



Dec. 81, 1892. 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$44.42 



276.90 
'i,'64i'02 



June 30, 1898. 



11, 654. M 
20.92 



1666.63 



49,304.88 



49.861.61 



110.68 

88,022.17 

448.00 



15,116.62 



305,586.06 
335.16 
830.42 



2,667.63 
2,037.30 



10.13 
10,95L44 



8,570.40 



292.00 

'849.04 

243.82 

14,822.58 

7,403.12 



16,870.70 



690.24 
674.95 
888.77 



160.60 
64,97L61 



$18,821.96 
746.93 



13, 539. 36 



6.83 



14,078.72 



149.61 

89,224.78 

424.56 



470.46 

6,406.24 

1,660.02 

226,881.38 

70.56 



83.09 

915.22 

17.52 



852.79 

"*7i'o6 



18.98 

750.17 

21,972.85 

29,475.17 



18,255.63 



106.88 
2,412.08 



8.62 



11,099.24 
880.60 



4,874.00 

24.91 

685.79 

6,438.22 

612.70 

4.80 

4.86 



56,284.28 



66,270.57 



6,928.88 

82,121.15 

2, 191. 60 

1.09 

9.85 

223.37 

6, 193. 31 

642.37 

519,683.34 



108.70 

233.50 

7,484.75 

1,395.61 

61.50 

81.48 



769.46 



900.06 

2.25 

889.82 



4,613.51 

11,143.19 

27,343.44 

615.85 

85,875.75 



17.23 



1,772.87 

20.93 

25.79 

82.73 

19,286.53 

57.30 

231.73 

6.41 



$220.92 

314. 18 

902.05 

275.60 

6,994.74 

429.82 

61 48 

41,016.70 

5.171.14 

7,071.54 



61,459.17 



Total. 



$265.84 

814. 18 

1,178.95 

275.60 

7,537.36 

429.82 

61.48 

62,671.20 

5,192.06 

7,071.54 



74,997.58 



802.14 



304.42 
7,346.68 



168,341.01 



176,794.25 



49,027.28 

45,167.63 

383.28 



154.50 

11, 961. 78 

39.84 

235,646.59 



50.68 
10L04 



1,722.50 

25,290.58 

2,808.10 

12.16 



1,763.79 

57.11 

0,058.61 



284.88 
131.61 
487.17 
818. 11 
24,296.80 



18,930.35 

121. 16 

677.54 

2,837.14 

173.32 



634.22 

188,471.76 

1,033.08 

184.24 



6,176.14 

24.91 

990.21 

26, 106. 86 

1,815.26 

4.86 

4.86 

5.83 

272,860.12 



807,009.05 



56, 

154, 

8, 



88, 

2, 

1.287, 



1, 
85, 

7, 



5. 
18, 



0, 

48. 



1, 
8, 



223, 
1, 



210.75 

525.98 

447.83 

1.0fl 

0.85 

848.43 

678.00 

342.23 

797. 37 

406.02 

830 42 

50.68 

101.04 

108.70 

956.09 

476. 05 

1.56. 23 

91.18 

81.48 

10. IS 

337. 48 

67.11 

611.07 

2.25 

966.20 

499.53 

103. 17 

756.68 

518. 53 

615. 85 

932. 43 

121. 16 

385.01 

618.97 

692.04 

20.93 

29.31 

877.56 

829.04 

471.24 

865.97 

5.41 



2,079,445.97 



254 



OOIOIERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement ehowing the declared eacpartefram Jamaica to the United Statee, ete.— Cont'd. 



Articles. 



MILK mysB.* 



Logwood.. 
Preaervee 
Sngar 



Total 



MOMTEJO BAT. 



AXTDWTtMt 

Annotto 

Coooanuts • 

Coffee 

Cocoa 

Dyeitoods: 

Fnstio 

Logwood 

Logwood roots . 
Flonr (banana) . .. . . 
Fruit: 

Banaaaa 

Limee 

Mangoes 

Oranges 

Pines 

Tangerines 

Ginger 

Hides 

Limejnioe 

Nats (kola) 

Pimento 

Plantain (dried)... 

Bum 

Skins (goat) 

Skins (calf) 

Sugar 

Shell (turtle) 

Wax (bees) 



Total 

POST AMTONIO. 



Sananas 

Bitterwood 

Cocoa 

Cocoanuts 

Cocoanut fiber 

Coffee 

Ginger 

Haberdashery. 
Hides 



Honey 

Limes 

Lime Juice .. 
Logwood... 
Huiogany .. 
Mangoes — 

Nuts 

Oranges 

Pimento...., 
Pineapples.. 
Saraaparilla . 
Vegetables . 
"Wax 



Total. 



POBT MAEIA. 

Annotto 

Bananas 

Bitterwood 

Canes 

Chow-chow 

Cocoa 

Cocoanuts 

Coffee 



Quarter ending- 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



$2,440.54 
093.20 
490.00 

888.28 
8,417.57 



8.14 

12,888.58 

28.40 

101.60 

1,608.28 

74.00 



810.80 
114. 81 
750.12 



8,049.00 



257.77 
241.29 



6, 058. 47 
034.33 
111.25 



42, 832. 74 



Bee. 31. 1802. Mar. 31, 1893. 



$25.24 

2,932.84 

12,005.77 



8,744.74 
12,495.47 



10,634.70 



37.57 
571.03 
200.90 
227.98 

77.97 
8,015.53 

10.21 



403.02 
'i'i26.'44 



42.82 



54,040.23 



200,029.58 
439.' 26* 



12.10 

71.70 

2. 88 

7.20 



43.20 
492.12 
235.12 



105.48 

20, 265. 78 

8. 749. 40 

1, 275. 98 

02.70 



9.00 
81.08 



142,442.20 



158.50 

1, 878. 20 

40.14 



122,225.12 



135.84 
13,083.60 



140.38 



109.92 

227.60 

1,903.20 



4,321.02 
1, 146. 92 



18.00 



89, 140. 30 



20.40 



6,650.18 
110. 30 



$712.50 

1,008.41 

10,012.12 



8,005.00 
6,106.57 



1,969.07 



415.95 



20,882.53 
05.20 



1,750.23 



205.12 

'so,' ids. 05 



29.25 



132,245.00 



100,845.10 



170.50 
14,949.34 



June 80, 1883. 



221.70 



153.00 
.,""*i6.'84' 



447.04 
518.50 



$7,048.79 

15.96 

10,870.17 



20,041.04 



14.84 

08.85 

4,408.16 

855.14 



2,770.08 
1,400.51 



28,248.00 

2.43 

08.05 



1,268.82 



0,040.15 
111.01 
081.30 



2,071.50 



SSL 48 
flu 

100, 028] 54 



88.83 



147,234.40 



268,060.44 

02.50 

45.48 

10,855.20 



887.04 



00.00 



23.52 
100.08 



182.28 

'm'a,' 

'237.12 



39.30 

64, 101. 40 

105.80 



■ 90 



2,50L04 
8,437.94 



158,487.42 



887.72 
6,840.82 
1,280.70 



* This agency was not in ezistenoe prior to the month of Februacy, 1888. 



Total 



$7,040.70 

15.08 

10,876.17 



20,041.74 



14.84 

813.65 

10,855.05 

24,466.32 

400.00 

7,133.57 

26,856.24 

1,466.51 

8.14 

88,126.66 

80.80 

200.61 

18,618.08 

1,332.88 

37.57 

37,310.00 

402.52 

1,660.40 

77.97 

16,486.86 

10.21 

257.77 

1,175.01 

66 

188,51o!50 

634.38 

272.35 



376,350.12 



092,060.24 

62.50 

797.08 

44,688.20 

12.10 

1,110.88 

2.88 

7.20 

317.76 

43.20 

685.56 

816.00 

1,903.20 

15.84 

287.76 

20,265.78 

8.623.80 

2,041.46 

209.88 

18.00 

* 0.60 

3L68 



775.208.30 



30.30 

464,171.38 

105.86 

20.40 

.06 

646.22 

16,876.00 

0,876.08 



CONTINENT OF AlCEBICA — WEST INDIES. 



255 



SlQitmeut 9howing the deeJared esporto from Jamaica to the United Statee, tfto.^Conf cL 



Articles. 



POST MAStA— contixiaed. 



Fiwtie 

Ginf^er 

Oraukins.. 
6npe fruit 

Bides 

Limee 

Lime jaioe . 
Lo|nrood... 
Mangoea... 
Onngee.... 

Pimento 

Pineapplee. 
Tomstoee .. 



Total 



POBT MORAMT. 



Beeewu 

Cocoe 

Coooenuto 

Clothing 

Hooey 

Limes 

Lime^olce 

Xschineiy (American mann- 

Ikctnre) 

KsBgoes 

Katmefcs 

Oisnges 

Pimento 

Pines 

Sun 

Ssfsr 

Wsie (ssrthen) 



Total. 



AsBstto. 



IT. AXK S BAT. 



Bitterwood 

Coeosnato 

Ooffss 

Ooooa 

Ooppcr 

Pnstie 

Goatskins 

GSSBO 

Oisgsr 

Hides, sow 

Herbs, medieinsl 



Lime juice.. 
Lofwood ... 
HAegMiy.. 

Mangoes 

Omgss 

Pimento 

PoUtoss .... 
Ptacapples.. 

i^pr 

ToButoes 

TortleshellB 
Wool 



Total. 



lATAJUIAH LA MAB. 



AsBotto.... 
Bitt«rwood. 
Coffee 



Qnarter ending— 






Sept. 80, 1892. 



$18.20 



4,487.48 

18.00 

666.56 



68.02 



68,802.18 

42.60 

100.62 

1,624.04 



10.00 



604.12 
86.78 



1, 938. 36 
1, 827. 18 



60,056.78 



19,681.30 



641.64 
808.66 



208.85 

1,250.00 

100.60 



135.00 



0.50 
1,661.26 



80.00 

10,721.04 

960.07 



7.06 
12,949.76 



171.87 



5.86 



267.22 

46,497.73 

6L70 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



$14.40 



6,49L20 

1.44 

1,838.72 

887.94 

22.26 



41,805.86 



8,225.42 
48.00 



147.16 



48.00 
1,880.00 



2.40 



46,656.84 



17,960.02 



8,648.48 
11,018.64 



1,016.26 
13L00 



67.50 



7.60 

520.00 

8,613.64 



82,358.68 
14, 615. 18 



12,944.72 
""i54.*66 



48.26 



13, 808. 29 
41,669.44 



Mar. 81, 1898. 



$14.40 
66.76 



143.82 



4,860.00 



231.60 

1,649.28 

€1.88 



80,094.70 



10,876.68 

7i.'66 

22.80 



222.26 
• V 



1,263.18 
10,045.32 



62,695.84 



185.79 

24,672.04 

1.434.41 

4,389.87 

89,898.38 

15.00 



4,203.76 
216.00 



79.08 

163.93 

12.50 

18.50 



Jane 30, 1803. 



100.00 



1,854.87 

16,031.68 

8.00 

67.60 

14,295.87 

5.00 

85.50 



835.43 
81». 30 

4,480.62«( 
8t 595. 69 

6,475.60 



$1,896.80 
'""i64.*36 



56.40 
1,097.30 
7,047.00 



1,653.54 

722.96 

4.90 



82,801.80 

68.80 

670. 12 

11,149.80 



167.60 



223.24 

"iz.8o 



820.46 
' 28,467' 82 



123, 772. 84 



176.95 
76,685.26 



4,379.75 

8,823.60 

150.00 



803.18 
6,253.86 
1,410.00 

130.62 



680.00 

862.50 

4,707.60 



618.00 

4, 218. 10 

8.00 

• 517.25 

46,826.00 

2.00 



6.87 



145.70 



118.87 

82.685.41 

2,908.04 



Total. 



$1,896.80 

14.40 

220.12 

14.40 

148.82 

60.60 

1.097.80 

21,894.68 

10.44 

2,225.88 

8,690.76 

864.62 

4.90 



612,206.04 



206,603.44 

101.40 

730.74 

26,876.74 

48.00 

238.60 

10.00 

22.80 

147.16 

228.24 

48.00 

2,220.18 

86.78 

320.46 

8,201.54 

180, 330. 82 

2.40 



283,080.30 



312.74 

138,848.70 

1. 434. 41 

18. 050. 59 

110, 444. 03 

165.00 

208.85 

6,470.00 

750.68 

6,25.3.35 

1,489.08 

497.05 

12.50 

719.50 

8,043.76 

8, 821. 14 

100.00 

80.00 

64,052.50 

36,615.03 

16.00 

691. 81 

86,016.34 

7.00 

411. 87 

6.87 



468, 878. 78 



620.75 

818 80 

18, 675. 00 

162,448.27 

8,440.84 



256 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement shewing the deolared exporte Jrom Jamaiea to the United States, etc, — ConVd. 



Articles. 


Quarter ending- 


TotaL 


Sept 30, 1892. 


Dec 31, 1892. 


Mar. 1,1893. 


June 80, 1893. 


SAVAKHAH LA XAB— continued. 


$260.53 


$132.45 

121.66 

4,817.71 

4,869.40 

86.16 


$269.67 


$152.23 


$804.88 


Personal effects 


121.06 


Pimento 


10, 724. 50 

11,447.77 

85.52 


731.98 

807,765.34 

139.78 

4.86 


906.05 

100, 883. 71 

78.44 


16, 680. 13 


Suffsr 


824,466.13 
289.90 


ZJt^ .....»•... 

Wax 


Yams 


4.86 


f 

Total 


















622,774.35 















BBCAPITT7LATI0N. 



Black Biver $74,777.58 

Palmoath 307,009.05 

Kingston 3,^9,445.97 

MUk River 36,341.94 

Hont€tjo Bay 876,369.12 

Port Antonio 775,208.80 



Port Maria $512,295.94 

PortMorant 283,080.30 

StAnnsBay 468,878.78 

SaTinnah la Mar 522,744.35 



Gnuid total 6,426,771.! 



ST. CHRISTOPHER. 

Imports and exports with the United States for the year ending June 30, 189$. 

IMPOBTS. 



Articles. 



Beef. 

Bread and bisonits 

Cheese 

Com 

Drags 

Flonr 

Pumiture 

Hams 

Kerosene oil 

Lard 

Matches 

Meal 

Males 

Oats 

Oil meal 

Oleomargarine 

Pitch pine 

Pork 

Bope and cordage . 

Shooks 

Tobacco 

White pine 



.ponnds. 
.Darrels. 
.poanris. 
.Doshels. 



.barrels. 



.ponnds. 
...oases, 
.ponnds. 



.barrels. 



.bashels. 
.ponnds . 

do... 

feet. 

.IK>ands. 



.bundles. 
.iK>ands. 
feet. 



Total 



Amonnt. 



87,200 
1,172 

14, 616 
8,656 



18,485 



8,305 

4,840 

19,000 



3,363 

63 

1,602 

510,575 

54,080 

220,781 

79,600 



6,842 

14,025 

248,073 



Value. 



$3,864 
3,164 
2.031 
4,923 
1,293 

68,067 

598 

1,006 

3,630 

1,686 

418 

7,159 

7,506 

904 

7,990 

8,087 

3,937 

16,082 
1,541 
7,698 
1,166 
6.317 



143,049 



EXPOBTS. 



Ginger 

Hides 

Limes (pioklod) 

Limejalce 

Molasses 

Sagar 

Tamarinds 



....barrels. 
....ponnds. 
....barrels, 
.porcheons. 
....gallons. 
....ponnds. 
Ckegs... 
" fbarrels. 



Total 993,35&36 




00 

4,445.15 

411.20 

211.88 

13,868.66 

979.210.36 

169.00 



CONTINENT OP AMERICA — DUTCH WEST INDIES. 



257 



DUTCH WEST ENDIES. 

FoliM of declared exporU from the eonsular district of Curasao to the United Statee far 

the year ending June 30, 189S, 



Artides. 



AlOM 

Coffee 

DiTi^Ti 

Gatta-percliA 

Hides 

Miscellaneons 

HisceUaneoaa in transit. 

Bftlt 

Skins 

Straw hats 

Wood, sll kinds 

Wod 



Qiirges 

Total. 



Qnarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$80.00 
352.00 
200.00 



1,049.86 
226.80 



4.600.00 
6, 149. 28 

685.16 
7,514.57 

514.64 



21,272.25 
228.60 



21,600.85 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



12,350.72 



703.80 

2,865.50 

418.60 

218.26 



840.00 

10,008.19 

1,090.02 

3.250.00 

180.54 



21.926.53 
451.63 



22,378.16 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



1804.09 



475.00 

129.80 

831*. 38 

1,029.16 



128.00 
8,566.62 

429.48 
5,054.64 



17,456.17 
345.00 



17,801.17 



June 30, 1893. 



$4, 225. 32 



350.00 

870.10 
1.288.88 

702.60 
8,250.0C 

750.00 
8,388.14 

257.80 
4,091.12 

686.13 



24,860.09 
653.37 



25,518.46 



Total. 



17,460.18 
352.00 
1,728.80 
3,865.40 
3, 596. 72 
2, 176. 82 
8,260.00 
6, 218. 00 

33. 112. 23 
2,463.36 

19,910.27 
1,381.31 



85,515.04 
1,678.60 



87,198.64 



BAiaSH WEST ENDIES. 



CHBISTIANSTED. 



Sktmente eh&wing the commerce and navigation of Chrietianeied during the year ending 

March SI, 1893. 



IMFOBTB. 



Whanoe Imported. 

United SUtes 

Sannark 

SLTbomss 

All other eoantriee 

Total 



Yalae. 



$176,474 

2,937 

86.188 

78,192 



342,741 





EXPOBTS. 








Sngsr. 


Rnm. 


Molasses. 


Qnantity. 


Valnii. 


Quantity. 


Tains. 


Qnantitj. 


Tslns. 


Povndt. 

272,388 

3,142 

2,506,050 

4,462.604 


$6,766.44 

78.31 

63,833.91 

112.745.36 


GuMont. 
100 
17.286 
1,964 

4 


$22.11 

3,884.84 

482.19 

1.06 


OaXUmt. 




16 
14,488 
37,654 


$1.65 
1,738.56 
4,141.94 


7,324,084 


183,408.02 


19,864 


4,840.20 


62,167 


5,882.16 



Wbitber exported. 



Bnmarlc 

St Thomas 

United States.. 
Other eonntries 

Totsl 



ToM Tslne of exports, $193,630.37. 

13357 O B ^17 



258 



COMMEBGIAJL SBLATIONS. 



NAYIGATIOK. 



Flag. 


Sailing TMsals. 


Entcrod. 


Clearad. 


AifMirican.. 


No. 

12 

8 

8 

4 
1 


TOTU. 

3,769 
787 

1,084 

844 

6 


No. 

12 

3 

2 

4 
1 


8,769 


IHTti^lh ---r-.ir.Tirr r tt r-rx tt 


787 


Iforw^fflAii 


800 


British" 


844 


Dutch 


6 






Total..... 


28 


6,890 


22 


6,158 







CBBisnAK8TS3>, July 10, 189S. 



A. J. Blaskwood, 

Con$ular AgmU, 



FBEDEBICKSTED. 



SUUement showing the commerce of Frederioketed during the year ending Marek 31, 1S9S* 

IMPOBTS. 



From — 




United States 

Denmark 

St. Thomas 

All other conntries 

Total 



$268,231 
16,030 
44,246 
68,660 



887,087 



Duties. 



$15,661 
1,708 
5,422 
4,407 



27,198 



EXPORTS. 



To- 



United States 

St Thomas 

Denmark.... 

All other conntries .. . 

Total 

Total valne, $332,011. 



Sogar. 



Qojuitity. 



Pounda. 

9,780,095 

36,756 

1,959,567 

198 



11,776,616 



Yalne. 



$237,436 

002 

50,523 

6 



288,866 



Sam. 



Qnantfty. 



QdUont. 
26,672 
15,365 
53,657 



95,694 



Yalne. 



$5,836 

8,881 

U,807 



21,024 



Holassea. 



Quantity. 



OdUono. 
189,623 



63,217 



203,233 



Yalne. 



$15,894 
44 



7,088 



23,021 



NAYIOATION. 



VeBBcU of 100 tone and upwards entered and cleared at oMtom'-houBe, Fredorioketod, dwr- 

img fiscal gear 1893, 





Entered. 


Cleared. 


Flag. 


Steamers. 


Sailing ves- 
seis. 


• 

Total. 


Steamers. 


Sailing yes- 


TotaL 


A m ATiO/an .......... 


No. 


Ton$. 


No. 
11 

4 
10 

1 
1 


Toff. 

2,466 
944 

2,610 
466 
276 


^0. 

11 

4 

48 
1 
1 


Tont. 

2,466 

044 

46,348 

466 

276 


No, 


Tom. 


No. 
11 
10 
11 

1 
8 


Ton*. 

2,874 

1,916 

2,660 

466 

666 


No. 
11 
10 
49 

1 
8 


Torn. 

2,874 


Danish 










1,916 


Bnffl^lfh rrrr^r. .. 


38 


43,738 


88 


48,788 


46,388 


Italian 


466 


If^orwf^fflan ........ 










666 




88 










Total 


43,788 


27 


6,762 


65 


50,600 


88 


43,738 


86 


8,562 


74 


52,800 



Fbxdkbicksted, Jnlig IS, 1893, 



Wm. ^. MOORK, 

Consular Agent. 



CONTINENT 0¥ AiMBBIGA — ^DANISH WEST INDIES. 



259 



ST. THOMAS. 

Commerce and navigaUan atSt, Tk4HHHB during the year ending March 31, 189S, 

DCPOBTS. 



▲rtioleft. 



Oolh goods: 

Linons 

Cottons 

Woolena 

SOk* 

SMdy-made doihing. . . . 
flirar: 

Wheat 

Eye 

Cora meal 

Silted and smoked beef. 
Tragnes and saasages . . 
Silted and smoked pork 

Hams 

Butter 

Cheeae 

laid 

Beans and pease 

Wheat and com 

Oits 

Bariej 

Tama and potatoes 

Bwad.....V. 

Tea 

Canned goods 

Cerka. 



lSST.: 



Iran. 

Sella 

Tlaaheets 

Zinc 

Hardmn. 



Slioea and boots 
Ifah: 

Salt 

Pickled 



BeAaed... 

Baw 

Xolaaeea 

BiddlerT 

Leatlier 

Qlaaiiraxe 

Piper 

Playing ottda 

Lumber , 

SUngles 

Cment 

Tflis 

BirUe 

I«p«tty 

'liiorinats... 

Vlriaky 

BaaderTJB..., 

Brindy 

Gib 

Wine 

its 



Sveetliqneura. 
Cbenyoordial . 

Beer 

finm ........... 

Tbegar 

Coflee 

Ceeoa 



From— 



The 

United 

SUtes. 



Great 



t3,868 
40 



234 

54.611 

3,716 

9,510 

2,611 

85 

8,561 

2,676 

10,257 

1,024 

7,066 

4,372 

2,785 

500 

47 

60 

3,224 

228 

1,921 

67 



843 
476 



2,256 

87 

2,106 

41 
122 

6,672 





2,052 

601 

653 

90 

6,619 

450 



38 



6 

680 



8 
1,667 
2,680 



108 
871 



6ei^ 



Britain many. 



12,440 

01,967 

8,972 

1,824 

2,671 



8 

23 

197 



1,017 



84 
6 



15 
406 



1,186 

681 

8,834 

60 



1,180 

7,110 

734 

246 



7,816 
1,415 
8,060 

107 
18 



700 

63 

714 

804 



20 



100 

56 

61 

8,216 



885 
1,498 



890 
253 



2,662 



23 



$424 

6,464 

1.086 

120 

840 



22 



815 



86 
4,012 
4,798 



72 
261 
338 

26 

1,610 

992 

61 



176 



10 

1,030 

330 

4,420 

800 



46 



22 

29 

976 

1,914 



1,436 



41 



114 

29 

14, 016 

1.984 

7,507 

321 

8,449 

739 

4,606 

""618 
108 



France. 



Den* 
mark. 



$189 

10,084 

1,563 

5,050 

8,118 



76 



93 

240 

4 

203 



623 



8,720 
426 



822 
6 



923 

438 

13,382 



8 

667 

1,450 



295 
46 



850 

6 

6,602 



10,343 
49 



1,538 
""28 
"296 



$53 

87 

8 

69 

1,122 



61 
1,743 

12 

191 

2,626 

39 



4 

if 



824 

74 



65 



62 

754 
1 



20 
814 



493 



9 
'i86 



78 

647 

2,032 



Spaniah 

west 

Indiea. 



$10 



Other 
ialanda 
of the 
Danish 
West 
Indiea. 



$11 
241 



Other 
conn- 
tries. 



10 



264 
673 



499 
"88 



12,671 



28 



67 



216 



2,784 
"'766 



61 

2,756 
622 
201 
251 
133 
116 
289 

1,611 
100 



406 

162 

19 



3 

154 

8 

92 



26 



70 
6 



592 



13 

60 
65 

616 
1,636 
86 
10 
25 
43 



70 



15 



1,331 
8,148 



$11 

2,290 

55 

87 

116 

4,972 
147 
160 
121 
4 
124 
142 

6,646 
206 



1, 999 
82 
47 



5,670 

77 

22 

276 



46 

..J. 

8 

60 



46 
6 
9 

18,715 
6,428 



1,683 



8 
25 



137 
1,110 



274 



8,610 

886 

85 

117 

888 



1,150 
1,027 

5,934 
1,839 



Total. 



$3,128 

118,966 

12,623 

7,000 

13,171 

62,838 

4,407 

9,874 

3,067 

2,652 

8,812 

4,411 

24,832 

6,425 

7,0U 

7,240 

8,702 

653 

798 

7,202 

4,683 

2.644 

11,197 

667 

72 

1,189 

7,863 

1,447 

246 

10 

12,727 

2,276 

28,052 

14,967 
6.619 

7,833 

16,989 

36 

839 

2,191 

8,010 

5,038 

99 

6,784 

1,560 

1,455 

274 

433 

144 

67 

4,146 

613 

7,516 

17,635 

14.865 

0,333 

4,008 

11.432 

1. 288 

11,809 

11, 959 

022 

7,692 

1,339 



260 



COMMERCIAL BELATI0K8. 



Commerce and navigation at 8t. Thomae during the year, etc, — Contlnaed. 

IMPOBTS-Continaed. 



Articles. 



Sice 

Spices 

Fkiit (fresh) 

Coal 

Paints 

Soap 

Candles 

Starch 

Tobacco : 

Manufactured. . . , 

Leaf. 

Cigars 

Oil: 

Lamp 

Sweet 

Dmes 

BaisiES and currants. 

Figs and prunes 

Dates anu almonds . . . 

Nuts 

Olives 

Sago and saloop 

Vermicelli 

Powder 

Hats: 

Straw 

Felt 

Jewelry 

Perfumery 

Fancy goods 

Poultry 

Horses 

Cattle 

Asses 

Sheep and goats 

Swine 

Turtles 

Oysters 

Fiimiture 

Carriage material 

Pitch and tar 

Hosin and turpentine. 

Ships* material 

Salt 

Charcoal 

Ice 

Onions 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



From— 



The 
United 
Stotes. 



$36 

22 

107,280 

099 

1,294 

374 

8,077 

4.110 
8,057 
2,612 

4.029 

8,079 

2,592 

23 



10 
222 



10 
305 



311 

176 

73 

1,106 

1,454 

63 



Great 
Britain 



$847 



32,256 

8,506 

6,768 

49 



IDS 



868 

1,064 

55 

1.765 

875 



42 

7 

58 

118 



1,641 

1,635 

1,125 

990 

376 

13,008 



Ger- 
many. 



$7,108 
479 



411 

146 

4,430 



818 
408 



1,828 
54 

23 

124 
26 



280 



145 



100 

1,767 

61 

72 

70 

442 

8 



3,007 

92 

5,055 



297,166 



141 



5 
03 



5,473 



225,869 



42 

64 

920 

470 

1,170 



529 



1,344 



3,969 



100,082 



France. 



$256 
6 



65 

12 

4 

104 



Den- 
mark. 



$39 



440 



8,724 

681 

15 

817 



6 
186 



1,146 
331 

1,549 
1,028 
3,32] 
1,953 
7,887 



217 



Spanish 

West 

Indies 



$17 
611 



Other 
isluids 
of the 
Daninh 
West 
Indies. 



260 



1,165 



79 



227 



415 



84 



682 
1,650 



91,975 



11 



401 

9 

148 

22,244 



41 



1,268 
65 



189 
9,292 



80 



911 



14,200 



789 

in 



$10 



12 



48 
51 



680 



24 

a 

2 



Other 
conn- 
tries. 



$2 

677 



184 
10 



863 

147 

460 

30 



I 



58 

423 

6 



53 



17 
67 
06 



775 

80 

5 

216 



14 



24 

64 



855 



882 

"58 

io 



6,023 

3 

4,487 

759 

339 

170 

400 

10,000 

10 

1,787 

1,845 

16 



365 



184 



86 
252 



58,226 i 23,416 



020 

412 

2,814 



300 
2,734 



07,564 



To 



r* 



13S 
4 
€ 
4 

a 

8 

6 

32 

fl 
fl 

7 



1 
1 



2 

10 

6 



1 
20 

2 
1 



3 

2 
3 

1 
20 

003 



EXPOBTS TO THE UNITED STATES. 



Articles. 



BayoU 

Bay mm 

Bay spirit 

Brandy 

Hides and skins. 

Bum 

Shells (turtle)... 
Whisky 



Total. 



Quarter ending- 



June 30, 1802. 



$115. 15 

4, 624. 84 

238.18 



449.98 

459.84 

8,444.77 

17,057.10 

26,389.81 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$112. 45 
1, 541. 09 

183.18 
1,481.88 

001.11 



525.15 
28,054.82 

82,700.68 



Dec. 81, 1882. 



$144.42 
2, 568. 81 



1,452.86 

560.87 

1,000.03 



4,643.48 
10,358.07 



Mar. 31, 1803. 



$368.76 

1,421.24 

45.15 



804.22 

243.41 

2,723.50 

22,304.02 

27,470.80 



Total 



$74 

10,15 

46 

2,93 

2,27 

1,79 

6,00 

71,05 

97,01 



CONTINENT OF AMEBIC A — DANISH WEST INDIES. 



261 



CamiMree and navigation at 8t. Thomas during iho year, etc, — Continued. 

KAVIGATION. 





From and to— 


Entered. 


Cleared. 


¥\Mg. 


Steamera. 


Sailing vea- 
aeb. 


Steamers. 


Saillns Tea- 
sels. 


AHMrifiSB 


Afrloft 


No, 


Tons. 


No. 
8 
8 
1 
9 
1 
2 
4 
4 


Tom. 

1,236 

1,505 
474 

2,953 
846 
461 
773 

1,840 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tom. 




Brasil 


4 


7,202 












Biitisb G-niana. .^xt.. rr 












British Weat Indies 


16 


87,836 


12 


80,006 


14 


7,177 




Canarrlalaa 




DaniaS Weat Indies 










8 


487 


















Fi«n<di Weat Indiea 
















V^xioo ----,,_-,„ 










1 


283 










1 

1 

1 

18 


666 

89 

462 

9,826 


























' Snaniah Wftat Indiiw. . . t t . ^ . ^ . . - - 










18 
18 


6.176 




united Statea 


12 


80,906 


19 


46,037 


6,281 




Total American .- 




81 


76,942 


48 


20,119 


81 


75,942 


49 


20,404 




Biitiah Weatlndiea 


AmtrlATi 














1 


887 




Fmnoh Weat Indiear .«.,..**• r -- . 






1 


■"887* 






























1 


887 






1 


887 










. .... 






Uraafflaw 








1 


186 








United Statee 


1 


186 












Total Brarilian 
















1 


186 






1 


136 








Afziea 










ftitiflh 




1 

1 


673 
1.079 












Arffvntine Be'Dnblio....r......... 










1 


814 




Azarea. •-...••••--••■•••-- -•••••• 


2 

U 
1 


1,060 

16,820 

1,021 










Brasil 


8 
6 


1,900 
1,330 


1 


1,018 










1 
1 
8 


198 




British Hondnraa 






866 




Britiah Weat Indiea 


68 


48,906 


20 
2 


4,398 
614 


73 


76,648 


2,699 




Canarv lalea ..■.- 




Colon 


8 

1 


8,520 
44B 


2 
2 

1 
1 
2 


1,968 

1,806 

407 

228 

2,103 








Daniah Weatlndiea •• 






2 
I 


822 




Dutch Weat Indies 






74 






1 

19 
U 


228 
90,645 
12,932 


12 

1 
2 
1 


2,820 
299 
822 
266 






Great Britain - t 








HatUkx 


1 


90 




Tfamlnirff ^,.^--,.^ ,TTT-,r 










Haiti... T ,___,,,.,, 






1 
1 


1.748 
1,417 








Harre... ..••... 
















India 






2 


2,289 








NaTaasa laland ..........r.r-.... 










1 


216 




Portunl - 






1 


164 








4 


Santo Pom InflTO 










2 

27 
8 


461 




Snaniab WeaFlndiea 


..... 
14 


8,877 
16,105 


1 

4 
1 


74 

1,881 

862 


16 
20 


17,827 
24,966 


6,616 
4,006 


« 


tfnited Statee 




VenesnelA 




Total Britiah 










63 






121 


129,667 


68 


18,366 


120 


129,640 


16,266 




-Br—fl .r....T.. 




Dokb... 






7 

1 


2,062 
211 












CoDenhaeen .......•.••.... 
















1>anUh wewtlpdl^if.^.^ t-t.- 








1.. 


2 
2 


462 




Trench Weet Indiea 














282 




Holland.. t t-t r-.-r--T 






1 


241 










Mexico 


• 








1 


266 




Santo Don>in20. ............r-r..^.-r. 






a 


282 










RT>aniftb Wmt Indieax ..TT--r.-'.. 










2 
2 
2 


816 




United Statea 














499 




Venesuela ■■.■>•■...... 














481 




Total Paniah. .............. 






















11 


2,706 






11 


2,796 




British Weatlndiea 












Dntab 






1 
1 


893 
296 






1 
1 

2 

1 


393 




T>ninh WfNitTndiea ......^rrr-... 










296 




Totisl T)nt<oh 


















2 


689 






689 




Britiah Weat Indiea 












hOHAh . 














887 




V««n#iA ... __.___«,.___ 


10 
16 

4 


16,648 

10,914 

6,681 






lu 

16 

1 


16,484 

11,057 

636 








1 


887 








Baato Domingo 







262 COMMERCIAL EELATIONS. 

Cammeroe and navi§aiion at 8i. Thanuu during the year, ete. — Ooatinneo. 

NAYIOATIOK— Continued. 





From and t<y— 


X&tered. 


Cleared. 


Flag. 


Steamers. 


Sailing Yes- 
sels. 


Steamers. 


SaSHnffTet- 


tPp^Tlftll. _ « _ _ 


Spain 


No. 

1 

21 

51 


TofU. 

1,883 

21,727 


No. 


Tons, 


No. 


Tons. 


JTo. 


Tom, 




RnAniah 'Wtmf. InAian 






25 


28,576 








Total Frenoh......^..--x 












56,753 1 


887 


51 


56,753 


1 


387 




Brazil 




OftrmAn . . . 


1 
8 
5 

49 
1 

25 
2 
8 


1,580 
8,937 
8,276 

77,017 
1.487 

36,822 
3,933 

11,029 


1 


268 

.....a .. 


1 


1,580 








SrMnen ... ............... 








Colon 






3 
66 


4,280 
99,828 








Hnnibnrg •• 


1 


490 








HavTA . ^.. 








Haiti 






16 

1 
10 


21,481 

1,243 

14,117 


1 

• 


490 




Port Limon ...................... 










Santo Dominiro. .................. 






1 


889 




Seville 


1 


889 






Soanisb West Indies 


26 
3 

8 

181 


40,078 

4.545 

12,304 


20 

4 
11 


88,911 

7.207 

17,361 


1 


268 




"United States 










Venesnela. ....................... 












Total G^tman t-. 




a 










201. 003 


1,142 


131 1201.003 


8 


1.142 




Africa 










UTorweglaii 






10 

16 

8 


4,702 
7,851 
1,113 






2 


832 


Brazil 














British Giiiana 
















British Honduras 










1 
11 

1 
1 


354 




British West Indies 






6 


1,827 






4.129 




Danish "West Indies 










472 




Denmark 






1 
9 
4 
4 

16 


720 
4.693 
liK8JJ 
1,80» 
8,968 






8M 




France 














F^nch West Indies 
















Germany 
















Great Britain 










1 
2 
4 
9 


871 




Halifax 










937 




Haiti 














1,908 




Mexico 














8,624 




Norway 


1 


580 


1 


516 










Ssjito Domingo 






3 
16 
16 


1,313 




Spanish West Indies 






1 


487 


1 


580 


7,571 




United States 






10,429 




Total NoTweaian x ......... . 


1 
















580 


70 


33.«83 


1 


680 


67 


82,696 




Bordeaux ........................ 




^niMfKn ... 


1 


667 
















Brazil 


1 


442 












French West Indies 


8 

4 
5 

1 


1,914 

2,578 

8,244 

692 












Havre. ........................... 






6 

7 


3.936 
4,467 




■ 




Haiti 












Santo Domingo 








• 




Spanish West Indies 






1 


602 








U ni ted States 










2 


L241 




Venezuela 






1 
2 


'""799' 










Total Russian ,- 


14 
11 















9.095 


1,241 


14 
11 


9,095 


2 


1.241 




Spanish West Indies 




Spwnlflli ... 


3,978 




3,978 








Aft4ca 









Swedish... 






1 
8 
1 


058 

3,546 

237 












Brazil 
















British Guiana 
















British West Indies 










8 


673 




Hambnrff ........................ 






1 


462 










Mexico 











1 
1 


811 




Santo Dominso 










• • B • 




462 




Spain 






2 


772 










Spanish West Indies 










6 
8 


2.115 




United States 














1.896 




Total Swedish 




















18 


5,676 






12 


4.997 




Grand total ,. 














361 


477,043 


209 


84,793 


360 


477, 126 


201 


83,961 



St. Thomas, Danish West Indies. 



Samuel B. Horn, 



CONTINENT OF AMEBIGA — ^FBENGH WEST INDIES. 



263 



FBEJN^CH WEST INDIES^ 

MABTINIQUB. 

Vaim of declared exports from the consular district of Martinique to the United Statee 

during the year ending June SO, 189S, 



Arttelea. 


Quarter endinjc— 


Total. 


Sept 30, 1892. 


Dea81.1892. 


Mar. 31, 1893. 


Jime 80, 1883. 


^inlllA b«m* -,-x,--. TT 




#521.86 




1826.56 
1,228.44 
1,373.42 


$1,84&» 
1,228.44 
1,873.42 


Hmcovado MiisAr .............. 






Do 
















Totol 




621.66 




8,428.42 


8.950 08 










• 






Alfred B. Esetil, 

ConanL 



Exports from Haiti during the year ending September 30, 1892, 



Porta and artldea. 



Port aa Prince. 
Cipe Haytien. . 

Si- Mark 

GonaireA 

PwtdePaix... 

Petit Goare 

Ifinwnane 

Jeremie ....... 

Aqaia 

▲oxCajea 

Jaemel 



Total 



Coftoe. 



Pounds. 

14,016,021 

9,863,863 

808, 814 

9, 288, 425 

2,473,147 

6, 184, 591 

335,729 

4,874,741 

174,750 

6,950,864 

12,860,948 



07,831,893 



Coco*. 



Pounds. 
233,iX)6 
601,409 



16,911 
'8,'862,'i62 



4,064,878 



Logwood. 



Pounds. 

2, 697, 000 

29. 381, 250 

21,009,000 

25,098,150 

24,484,500 

680,000 

1, 740, 000 

904,000 

5,513,797 

1,840,000 

286,000 



114,542,697 



Cotton. 



Pounds, 
82,264 

884,554 

284.831 



62,297 



1,818,4411 



Vabonny ponnda.. !25,496 

Tortoiwsball do.... 1,2704 

TeQowwood do.... 3,000 

Hide* do.... 154.997 

GoaiM , do.... 157,300 

Oldeopper do 3,892 

Sngtt do 40,094 

Onnsepeel do.... 221,389 



Capi Haitibk, December $0, 189B» 



Wax ponnda.. 

LlKDnmritae do 

Rnm^ gallona.. 

Honey do.... 

Goatakina i>ackagea.. 

Salted peppera barrela.. 

Sole leather coila.. 



1,822 
1.000 
1,071 
6,000 
2,203 
6 
16 



Stanislas Goutisr, Coneul, 



264 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONa 



Exporii deelartdfor the United Statet during the year ended June 30, X89S. 



ArtidlM. 


Qnarter ending— 


Total. 


Sept*80,1892. 


Deo. 81, 1892. 


Kar.81,1883. 


June 80, 1893. 




CAPS HATTIKN. 
Cocoa .......................... 


$454.27 


$92.72 

16,457.00 

652.05 






$74&90 


Coffee.......... 






16, 457. 00 


Hides 


649.64 

62.28 

28,466.74 

15.95 

621.28 






1, lOL 00 


Honey .....■«■■• ..xi-.t«tt. .r-rT^- 




$160.12 
88.122.66 


221.40 


LiOgwood ....................... 


89,802.87 


$15,883.07 


112,265.24 


PeDDers (salted).... 


16.05 


Groatskins 


646.18 


349.76 




1.617.16 


Tortoise shells 


137.00 


137.00 












Total 


25, 150. 16 


56,650.77 


16,282.82 


88,428.68 


181,462.48 






POST DB PAIS. 


81,687.63 


97,695.67 


74,007.87 

201.92 

04.60 


71,782.19 


825.118.86 


Hlaes 


'201.02 


Skins 


65.50 

1,037.51 

10.65 






150.00 


Tortoise shell 






1.037.61 


BDonices. 








10.66 












Total 


82,691.29 


97,605.67 


74,893.79 


71.732.19 


826,612.04 







CAPE HAITIEN. 

Statement ehowing the quantity of coffee ehipped from Cape Hai Hen during the fieodl 

year end^ September SO, 1891. 

Poands. 

To the United States 60,782 

To Bnrope (Havre and Hamhorg) 10,020,897 

Total 10,081,680 

Statement ehowing the quantity of coffee ehipped from Cape Maitien from October 1, 

1891, to May 11, 1892. 

Ponnds. 

To New York 21,777 

To Boston 60,000 

To New York in transit to Hamburg 179,725 

To New York in transit to Havre 1,035,450 

Direct to Europe 8.053,848 

Total 0,840,800 

To approximate the quantity of coffee that will be shipped from May 11 to Sep- 
tember S0| 1892; we might say that it will probably amount to 700,000 pounds, mak- 
ing, for year ending September SO, 1892, 10,040,800 pounds. 

8TAKISIA8 GOUTIBR, 

ConeMl. 
Capk Haitdsn, May IS, 1899, 



CONTINENT OP AHEBICA — SPANISH WEST INDIES. 



265 



SANTO DOMTN^GO. 

FaluB ofexporU deelairedfor the United Stateefor ike year ended June 30, 1893, 



Articles. 



HORTB CHRISTL 



Coffee 

Wvi-diTi 

Dkj hides 

Tastic 

Ooatekins 

Honey 

Ltjuoewood 

Logwood 

Muigrove bau>k 
tetinwood 



Totsl. 



PUBBTO PLATA. 

Ooffee 

Cowhides 

GcetokiiiB 

Hooer 

KolMses 

Onnget 

flogv 

Snodrisi 



Quarter ending- 



Sept. 80, 1802. 



Totsl 

Total for preoeding yesr 



$75.26 
470.50 

1,080.00 
330.08 

8,400.00 

1,082.80 
911.00 
200.00 

3,620.00 



Deo. 31, 1802. 



650.00 



7,845.00 
6,001.70 



0,010.30 
10.00 



23.366.00 
30,075.76 



13,600.67 



$641.53 
7, 160. 80 
2,332.40 



335.00 

7,661.00 

31.40 

060.00 



Mar. 81, 1808. 



$800.00 



305.70 
'886.'76 



June 80, 1803. 



450.05 
6,168.25 
8,60&20 



248.25 



1,067.22 



10,442.07 
82,315.52 



21,872.56 



1,060.00 
""e20.'66' 



853.26 

4,384.40 

2,225.20 

201.75 

725.60 



184.25 



7,074.46 
60,150.18 



42.184.67 



$107.84 

303.60 

2,454.42 

1,048.00 

14,225.00 

8,804.20 

72.00 



1,858.00 



528.85 

8,408.87 

1,048.81 

861.28 

1,056.21 

457.80 

10,808.08 

40.55 



10,011.35 
22,373.52 



8,362.17 



XotsL 



$183.00 

1, 074. 10 

3.534.42 

2,332.20 

20,794.80 

7, 605. 10 

063.00 

5:i5.00 

18,680.00 

81.40 

2,230,00 



62,081.61 



1.882.16 

20,257.61 

13,773.01 

563.03 

2,030.06 

457.80 

20,228.28 

1,252.02 



60,704.87 
141,828.03 



81,020.06 



SPANISH WEST rNDIBS. 



CUBA. 



Value of exporie declared for the United Siateefor ike year ending June 30, 1893, 



Articles. 



BABACOA. 



Gocaiaata. 
Sondriee.. 



Total. 



CUmfUK QOB. 



AouDonia 

BODM 

Qweae and paper 

Cig»rettes 

Jngine 

?owl8 

}niito 

HidM 

BODCT 

Locki 

JolMftes 

rristiog type .... 
oQgir 

Sweetmeats 

£ObiOCO 

Vu 

Wood 



Total, peaos 

Total, American 



Quarter endings 



Sept. 30, 1802. 



$341,541.55 

10. 073. 57 

8, 577. 05 



8.27 
0, 706. 50 
2.057.63 



2, 173. 10 



1,073,327.20 
7.20 



1,480.00 



Deo. 31, 1802. 



$6,553.85 

16,705.20 

6.50 



Mar. 31, 1803. 



768.02 
3.15 



5.00 

10,552.34 

408.25 



411,531.50 

8.00 

10, 586. 02 



$110,488.71 

33, 7»3. 04 

1,304.70 



Jane 80, 1803. 



$703,345.62 
48.823.05 



$1,161,039.73 
118, 395. 76 
4,078.25 



524.12 



10.00 
60.00 



13.20 
8, 306. 42 
5,205.40 



450.00 

5,023,458.26 

6.60 

108. 870. 07 

2,822.48 

308. 10 



555.00 



10.00 

15.00 

4.673.01 

6, 103. 60 

10.00 

3, 523. 44 



1,362,054.17 

8.00 

8,022.10 



234.74 



TotaL 



1,285,313.74 



555.00 
1,203.04 
3.15 
10.00 
60.00 
10.00 
42.47 
33, 539. 26 
14,946.88 
10.00 
' 6,696.63 
450.00 
10.870,373.22 
29.80 
132,387.10 
2,822.43 
2,022.84 



11,064.250.01 
10,245,496.84 



266 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONE 



Value of exports declared for the United States, etc. — ^Con tinned. 



Artidos. 



GIBABA. 



Bananas 

Cedar 

Hides and skins 

Honey 

Jjeaf tobacco 

Mahogany and cedar. 

Plantains' 

Sugar 

Sirup 

Vegetables 



Total, pesos 

Total, American 



OUAMTANAMO. 



Honey 

Cedar logs wood . 

Lignutti-vit4B 

Mahogany wood . 
Ccntni'ugal sugar 

Molasses 

Samples 



Total. 



KAKZAinLLO. 



Almigne^ood 

Cedar wood 

Cocus wood 

Fustic 

Honey 

Mahogony wood 

Machinery returned 

Manganene ore 

Molasses 

Sugar, centrifugal 

Spars, dagaine and lance wood. 

Tobacco 

Tamaguey wood 



Qnarter ending— 



Sept. 30, 1892. 



$669.84 

15G, 521. 70 

47,053.78 



204, 245. 32 



10,291.92 
54.81 



7, 140. 25 
270.00 



68, 812. 00 



Total. 



NUBVITA8. 



Bees wax. c... 

Cedar 

Hides, salted. 

Honey 

Mahogany 

Melado 

Molasses 

Sugar 

Other articles 



Total, pesos 

Total, American 



BAOUA LA GKANDB. 



Brass 

Copper . . 

Guava. . . 

Hidea... 

Honey.... 

Molasses 

Sngar ... 

Wax.... 



Total, pesos 

Total, American. 



148.50 



796.51 
1, 688. 58 



1,731,981.49 
552.50 



1,735,167.68 



Deo. 31, 1802. 



$85, 905. 28 



2,970.00 



5, 420. 03 

7, 666. 30 

806.28 

106,410.35 



180,328.24 



1,234.74 



1,423.87 



Mar. 81, 1883. 



$72,887.87 



1,660.00 

8,443.74 

847.86 



1,516.99 
125,507.44 



9.40 



205,372.80 



609.55 



113.06 

4,284.16 

1, 010, 680. 27 

10,757.67 



2,658.61 1,032,345.61 



899.08 

46.896.85 

210.00 



19,266.45 
4,500.00 
5,250.00 



110.00 



765.25 

80,927.24 

1,113.50 



40, 298. 22 



3. 767. 82 
916, 241. 74 

765.25 
6, 753. 46 

158.25 



Jane 30, 1893. 



$385,852.38 

11,992.83 

S,lf0.23 

2,804.48 



884.38 

323,400.38 

2,828.75 

34,75 



733, 038. 18 



446.86 



1,018,828.12 

278, 309. 68 

5.00 



1,297,089.66 



868.00 

40,475.86 

2,695.50 

311.45 

258.30 

39,633.81 

l,87i^.50 

2, 960. UO 

2,304.20 

829,075.82 

1,120.50 



Totd. 



$524,706.61 

11,092.8$ 

9,780.23 

6,338.21 

6,767.38 

7,686.30 

8,587.65 

555, 318. 17 

2,828.75 

44.16 



1,127,788.22 
1,044,286.61 



609.65 

1,234.74 

560.82 

6,377.87 

2,185,530.08 

342,121.13 

5.00 



2,530,338.20 



1,682.38 

133,591.87 

4,073.81 

311.45 

258.30 

106,338.73 

6,645.50 

8,210.00 

6, 132. 02 

1,814,120.65 

1,996.75 

6,753.46 

158.25 



26, 582. 71 
5, 543. 18 
6,010.85 
8,421.17 



137. 74 



641.25 

13,749.29 

18,733.63 

5, 180. 56 

6,628.80 



25,482.01 
252, 262. 29 



40, 768. 12 



725.67 
4, 691. 16 



92,967.73 



98,384.56 



322, 678. 73 



3, 327, 329. 21 



3,327,329.21 



2,090,230.11 



1,359.15 

16,942.46 

5.730.07 

892.00 

3,502.94 

370. 19 

37, 358. 46 

482,907.17 



2,000.40 

57,274.46 

31,012.88 

11,083.41 

12,552.01 

370.10 

62, 079. 10 

735, 168. 4« 

87.47 



549,093.43 



143. 52 
136.00 



2,507.65 

16, 180. 36 

3,000,045.05 

526.50 



3,919,629.98 



912.540.28 
832.273.80 



143.82 

284.50 

725.67 

6,487.67 

4,286.23 

16,180.36 

0,052,334.38 

1,079.00 



9,060,511.38 
8, 408, 558. It 



CONTINENT OF AMERICA — 6PANI8H WEST INDIES. 

f 

Value of exports declared for the United Statee, eto, — Continned. 



267 



Articles. 


Quarter ending- 


Total 


Sept 80. 18S2. 


Dec. 81, 1802. 


Mar. 31, 1888. 


Jane 80, 1883. 




SAirrACRUZ. 


$0,622.00 
9, 173. 00 


$9,622.00 
9, 173. 00 


$57, 150. 86 

58.030.65 

26. 435. 50 

979.66 


$95,500.00 

65,500.00 

22,873.00 

3,028.00 

1,368.00 

276.00 


$171,746.96 

141,885.58 

59,806.58 

4,007.660 

1.368 00 


Lon of csedar ............... 


Tons of loffwood... ....... ...... 


Caiiefl of iM^awAX .............. 






Honev ............. ............ 






Turtio 








276 00 












TiFtal 










878, 830. 67 










... 


TBIX1DAD DB CUBA. 
Anmir -- --.. 


86,868.75 




188,047.53 


264,112.14 
18,996.25 


490. 283. 42 


)iJ3tdo 




18,996.25 












Tot»l. 1MM09 










508. 919. 67 


Totalt A mf^iicaxi 










471. 259. 61 













WATATfgSAB. 
J^orto to the United States for theJUcal year 1893. 



Qaarten ending— 


Honey. 


Hide*. 


Holasaes. 


Sugar. 


Yalae in 

TTnited Statea 

gold. 


SifntemhAr 90. 1892. ..... 


Tter^et, 


Bundlet. 
175 


TUreet, 
234 


Hhdt, 

2,177 


Hhdt, 
528 


Boat. 

418,668 

84,408 

514,645 

254,030 


$8,812,078.60 


DaMmber 81. 1892 




882,956.87 


MAirh 31.1893 t- 










413 
1.653 


5, 762, 577. 07 


June 30. 1803 ........... 


63 


346 


.807 


8,654 


8,808,274.44 






Total 


53 


521 


1,081 


10,781 


2, 694 1 1- 222. 646 


13,206,785.88 






. 





IfATANZAS, June so, 1893, 



Elias H. Cmskby, 

Coniul, 



8A01TA LA GSAKBB. 

Exporte to (he United Staiet during the year ending June 30, 1893, 





Sagar. 


Mo- 

lasftea. 


Brass. 


• 
GB 

JO 

i 
1 


Honey. 


Wax. 


• 
CD 

Z 
% 



o 


1 




T6- 


• 


• 


4 


4 

s 


• 


• 

1 




1 

S) 

O 


• 

s 


■ 


• 

« 

O 


• 


Value. 


BoftiKn 




87,074 

VO.OOO 

307, 298 

285,332 












Pesot. 
4(H, 617. 34 


fl6w OrlAAna ...... 






























276. 3.53. 74 


fiewToxk 


3.580 
6,592 


6 


397 
332 


60 
25 








8 

4 

12 


19 
40 

50 


2 2 

...1 2 


1 


13 


2,479 


4, 751, 396. 58 


PhiladelohiA 


1 


1 


1 


3, 588, 143. 67 






13 






Total 


10, 172 


707.604 


6 


720 


85 

60 
25 


1 


1 


3 


2, 4 


1 


2,4700.080.511.33 








VLAG. 




255.200 
360, 427 


■ • • 

6 


397 
332 








6 
6 












3, 264. 366. 04 


BritiBh 


10,172 


1 


1 


3 


59 


2 


4 


1 


13 


2,479 


4, 715. 103. 44 




17,045 
4.), 500 
22,426 




192. 2.')9. 43 


SmniAlft .....*•••. 




r 














1 








647, 080. 30 


Ifimr AmAfi . ....•••••■. 




1 














■ 








261, 702. 12 








729 
















4 










Total r,. 


10,172 707.604 


6 


85 


1 


1 


8 


12 


50 


2 


1 


13 


2,4799.080.511.88 

















Total Talne in United Btotee gold, $8,408,553.09. 



D. M. Mullen, 

Commercial Agent, 



268 COMMERCIAL BELATION& 



POBTO RICO. 

AGXTADILLA. 
EXPOBTS. 

The year ended Jnne 30, 1893, has not been a favorable one for agriculture, and in 
consequence trade has not come up to last year's results. Though prices for the 
chief staples, sugar and coffee, have been very ffood the crops were small. 

Sugar, — ^The exports of sugar in 1893 amounted to 35,995 quintals, against 45,650 in 
1892, 47,427 in 1891, and 27,015 in 1890. Of the 1893 crop 8,000 to 9,000 quintals 
remain (partly yet unsold) for export and local consumption, making the tol^ yield 
come up to about 35,000 quintals, which is very unsatisfactory. The reason for such 
small production is the dry weather prevailing in the northern part of this district, 
where mostly all canes j>lanted by the smeller farmers are being ruined by the 
drought, and to the precarious financial situation of planters in the southern portion, 
who, with very few exceptions, are embarrassed by want of proper means and credit 
and by an uii^ust system of taxation. It is, therefore^ not to be wondered at that the 
cane cultivation declines more and more ; but still, with present good prices of about 
$5, planters are again entertaining hopes for a change for the better, and will undoubt- 
edly continue battling against all inconveniences. 

Iho molasses was exported in 1893; of late years it is used for distilling purposes. 

Bum, — ^A lively demand prevails for rum, owing to the great consumption and 
small production, in consequence of the unsatisfactory quantity of molasses offering. 
Sales at the beginning of the crop were made at $6 and $7, but since prices have 
risen to $12 per 100 cuartillos, equal to 77 liters. 

Coffee. — The exporte of coffee comprise balance of crop of 1891-92, 1,045 qnintaU 
and of crop 1892-93, 28,850 quintals; making a total of 29,895 quintals, against 
53.095 in 1892, 23,045 in 1891, and 45,573 in 1890. 

The prospects held out last year for a good crop have not been realized, but the 
short fall m exports is chiefly due to the circumstance that much of the staple 
instead of coming this way, has been sold 1^ Mayaguez, Arecibo, and even St. John, 
direct from the interior. The bad state of the roads from the center of production, 
and consequent high cartage, as well as the bett^ prices offered b^ purchasers at 
the other ports, are the reasons for the decrease in business at this poi*t. Prices 
have been very satisfactory to tbe planters. Purchasers complain about the dispro- 
portion between the prices and the low profits and conmiission in view of the large 
means required to handle coffee at present values. A fair yield is reported for next 
season. 

Tobacco, — The yield of tobacco in 1892 resulted a little better than was anticipated 
and exports comprise 7,355 quintals of the 1892 crop, 50 quintals, samples of this 
year's crop against 5,625 in 1892, 9,996 in 1891, and 6,115 quintals in 1890. 

The tobacco grown durins the last six months of the fiscal year 1893 is yet in the 
country, and will, as usual, be sold in July or August. The purchasers for the 
Spanish Government will be very likely to have it all their own way, as there is 
hardly any competition. 

CoooanuU. — The exports of cocoanuts during the year 1893 amounted to 314,870, 
against 137,783 in 1892, 3t)0,000 in 1891, and 676,500 in 1890. The demand for the 
United States appears to be very limited, and prices here in consequence are declin- 
ing, ruling at from $14 to $15 per 1,000 husked cocoanuts. 

Saiinwood,— Only a small lot of 93 pieces of satinwood was shipped to the United 
States. Suitable (quality is very scarce, there being hardly anv trees of this valuable 
species left in the interior. What is still offering are trees felled years ago for clear- 
ing the woodlands and since left as they fell. 

IMPORTS. 

In this line of business no material change has to be recorded. The New York and 
Porto Rico Steamship Line is the only one which supplies this town and district with 
mostly eveiything which is being ordered from here in the line of American provis- 
ions, breadstuffs, white-pine lumber, kerosene, agricultural implement-s, etc. Two 
small cargoes of pitch-pine lumber fix>m Wilmington, N. C, have arrived and are 
being retailed. The direct importations from the United States amounted, as far 
as I am able to ascertain, to $55,000. Much, however, arrives coastwise and by 
rail from Mayaguez, about which no statistics are obtainable. 



CONTINENT OP AMERICfA — SPANISH WEST INDIES. 269 

NAVIGATION. 

One steamer and six Bailing yesselfl daring the year under record are all the arriv- 
als ander the American flag. From New York ten British steamers of the New York 
and Porto Rico Steamship Line entered. The European steamers arriving belong to 
the Hamburg- American Packet Company and a line of Liverpool steamers under 
the Spanish flag. No French steamers of the Cie. G^n^rale Iransatlantique have 
made their appearance, and the total number of arrivals is less than in 1892. 

PUBLIC WORKS. 



The construction of the lieht-house on Desecheo Island, mentioned in my last 




Rico belt railroad between this town and Mayaquez has at last, after four years 
work thereon, been opened on December 30. For repairs respecting new construct! on 
of the road leading into the interior, via Moca, Pepino to Lares, funds have been 
Toted by the provincial government some time ago, but work has not begun yet. 



EXPORTS. 



Description. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Wliither exported. 


MnacoTado sagttr quintalB. . 

Cartrip sogi&r do 

Do do.... 

Tubacco do.... 

Do do 

Coffee do 

Do do.... 

Do do 

Do......... do.... 


83.245 

2,450 

300 

7,380 

25 

2,229 

4,515 

8,790 

8,102 

730 

120 

72 

8fl0 

2,970 

7,277 

4,730 

5,520 

809,850 

93 


$117, 404 

11.272 

1,709 

60.040 

200 

82,204 

128.428 

107,770 

88,122 

20.633 

8,330 

2,010 

9,990 

86,155 

204,608 

123,515 

102 

5,098 

417 


United States. 

Do. 
Spain. 

Bo. 
Grermany. 

Do. 
Sweden and Norway. 
Anatria'Hanffary. 
France and iu^vie flo. 
Italy. 
Belgiom. 
Holland. 
Denmark. 


Do - do.... 


Do do 

Do............ .....do.... 


Do do 

Do. do. . . - 


Spain. 

T«l^nd of CnlHi, 


Do do.... 


Coastwiae. 


CocoannU namber.. 

Do do 

Satinwood pieces.. 


Do. 

Unlted.SUtet. 

Do. 


TVtMi ...,,,,r.rr--- 




1,081,187 











AouADiLUk, June 30, 189S, 



Aua. Gauslandt. 

Comular Agent* 



7AJABD0. 

ImparU and exporU between Fqjardo and the United Stateefor the year 189t-'9S, 



A m 


-tides. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


jlj 


Amount. 


Value. 


Amount. 


Value. 


Shooka 


kflograma.. 

cubic meters. . 

.................... pounds . . 


870.500 
99 


$7,687.70 
884.35 






fioards 






HiSaMes '.IIII!Iir..IlII 


9, 788, 059 
316,665 


$333, 888. 17 


r-.i-.....r...r...... irallons . . 






71,821.15 












Total 




8,572.05 




405, 709. 32 











Tajasdo, Pobto Rico, June SO, 1893, 



J. V. Lopez, 
Caneular Agent, 



270 



COHHEBCIAL BELATIONS. 



pcnroB. 

ExportBfrom Ponee to Ike United States during the year ending June SO, 189S, 



Artioles. 



Annotto pounds. 

Banana flonr do... 

Bay mm gallons. 

Coffee pounds. 

Guavajelly and marmalade cases. 

Machinery crate. 

Molasses : gallons. 

Preserves case. 

Pork barrels. 

Shells cases. 

Sugar pounds. 

Snrffioal goods (returned) case. 

Taou packages. 

Telephone wire cases. 

Electric apparatus box. 



Total 



Qoantity. 



8.454 

30 

1,380 

850,540 

136 

1 

1« 705, 088 

1 

3 

5 

18,403,635 

1 

18 

10 

1 



YaliiA. 



$384.18 

8.00 

088.00 

108, lU. 74 

763.10 

840.00 

660,190.80 

5.00 

42.76 

10.00 

477,43L04 

29.73 

890.00 

600.00 

10.00 



1,234,202.88 



Ponce, June SO, 189S, 



F. W. Pbbston, 
Acting Consular Agent, 



CONTINENT OF ASIA. 



ASIATIC TURRET. 
ASIA Mii^on. 

7alu0 of declared experU from the consular dUirict of Smjfma to the United Staiee 

during the year ending Jane SO, 1S9S, 



Articles. 



Canary seed 

Carpets snd rugs 

Smcry atone 

Rga 

GoaUkins 

Iron ore 

Uoorice root 

Oplmn 

BaUina 

Wool 

Sosdriea 

Total 



QoArter endings 



Sept. SO, 1892. Dec. 81, 1892. 



$5,708.63 
97, 827. 73 
15,460.74 

884.868.23 
It, 830. 85 
88,515.42 

122, 207. 00 
44, 297. 75 
86, 190. 72 

137,016.22 
18, 568. 38 



1,012,491.67 



$4, 206. 16 
49, 410. 46 
22,565.44 
138. 414. 59 
10,170.96 



90,611.47 
115. 724. 09 
100, 902. 47 

69, 6n8. 67 
4, 370. 92 



615,105.22 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



$3,749/68 

54,070.72 

80, 717. 28 

902.64 

6,166.04 



54,480.36 
174,627.20 
17, 535. 32 
16, 617. 48 
19,239.92 



377, 196. 64 



June 30, 1893. 



$64, 557. 11 
19,826.66 



38,959.01 

111,848.04 

78,912.60 



18,246.20 
2,530.00 



829, 879. 62 



Total. 



$13, 754. 47 
265.866.02 

88.570.12 
524,275.46 

27,167.84 
127.474.43 
888,146.87 
413,561.64 
204,628.61 
236, 518. 57 

44,709.22 



2.334,673.16 



W. C. Emmet, 

Coneul, 



SYRIA. 



BBIBUT. 
Cvmmeree and navigation at Beirut for the year ending June SO, 1893. 

IMPORTS. 
(Daty, 8 per cent.) 



Articles. 



(Mm 



Jo«a«8ilk pounds. 

^ tons. 

CofEw pounds. 

wpper, brass 

CntoD goods and cloth 

^pand nooeries 

iBfUsh ana other woolens 



Claasware and earthenware 

gardwars 

ffidm pounds. 

}a%o do... 

I^ii and steel 

leather and morocco 



KiBcbester goods, 
l^troleom 

Sice 



.cases. 



gnc goods 
Btationszy 



Timber 

MiMenaneons 



.pounds. 



Total 



Quantitj. 



55, 864 

12, 000 

790,000 



258,000 
280,000 



89.441 



7,703,000 



Value 
entered. 



$161,000 
113, 000 

80,000 
168,000 

82, 000 
820,000 
167,000 
830,000 

160 OOO 
177, 000 
97, 000 
160, 000 
152, 000 
497, 000 

4,200.000 
73,000 
322, UOO 
121, 000 
100,000 
294,000 
110.000 
300,000 



Whence imporied. 



$8,890,000 



Anstria, Germany. 

China. 

£nj;[land, France. 

Y anion, England, France, AnstrlA. 

France, £n;;land, India, etc. 

Germany, Austria. France. 

Europe aod United States. 

England, France, Austria, Germany, 
l^lgium. 
I>o. 
Do. 

England, Egypt, India. 

InMla. 

Kugland, Belgium, Sweden. 

France, Knsaia, United States, Ger- 
many. 

England. 

Russia. 

England, Italy, Egypt, Japan. 

France. 

Austria, France, England. 

Austria, France, Egypt. 

Anatolia and Danubian Principalities. 



271 



272 



COICMEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



ComiMrce and navigation at Beirut for the year ending June SO, 1899 — Continued. 

EXPORTS. 



Artioles. 



Quantity. 



Yalne, lii' 
olnding 

costs and 
charges. 



Whither exported. 



Apricots and almonds... 

Cotton goods 

Oriental • 'Zuke" work . . . 

Raw silk 

Sheep, oxen, horses, etc. 

811k goods 

Soap 

Tobacco 

Wool 

Miscellaneoos 



.pounds. 



708,060 



.pounds. 



780,000 



.pounds. 
...do... 
...do... 



687,000 

448,000 

4,900,000 



Total 



$86,000 
165,000 

50,000 
8,850,000 

20,000 
280,000 

87,000 

42,000 

280,000 

1,000,000 



$6,770,000 



France. 



France, Austria. 

Egypt, Turkey. 

XTnited States, Egrpt, 

France, England, Egypt, United States. 

RSTPt, United States. 

Egypt, Turkey. 

Egypt. 

United Stotea, England, Italy, Fraaoe. 



TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES. 



Articles. 



Animals 

Bitumen 

Buttons and pencils 
Books 



Lamps 

Leather : 

Licorice root 

Oriental sundry goods and provisions 

Petroleum cases. 

Printing articles 

Provisions 

Sewing machines 

Unwaened wool 

Wooden tongs 

Kiscellaneous 



Imports. 



Amoant. 



Total 



15,500 



Value. 



$180.00 



300.00 
8,500.00 



11,600.00 



2,300.00 
20,000.00 



150.00 
700.00 



$38,780.00 



Exports. 



Amount. 



Value. 



$14,42L7B 
0,178.93 



263.95 



154.62 
15,303.96 



183.58 



269,960.92 



$290, 416. 71 



NAVIGATION AT BEIRUT. 



Flag and from and to- 



Austrian : Trieste to Con- 
stantinople 

Effyptian : Alexandria to 
Meraina , 

English : Liverpool to Syr- 
iui coast 

F^nch : Marseilles to Con- 
stantinople 

German : Mediterranean . . . 

Greek : Mediterranean 

Italian : Mediterranean . . . . 

Jerusalem (Ottoman) : Med- 
iterranean 

Ottoman : Conatantiuople 
to Alexandria 

Russian : Odessa to Alex- 
andria 

Samosian (Ottoman): Med- 
iterranean 

Spanish : Medit«rranean . . . 

Swedish : Mediterrauoan. . . 



Entered. 



Steamers. 



No 
06 

102 

130 

77 
1 
1 

14 



00 
45 



Total 



2\mt. 
101,418 

02,011 

80,744 

124,508 

1,113 

555 

8,050 



Sailing 
vessels. 



No, 



50 
10 



11 

82,526 2,472 
60,731 



Tom. 



18,030 
6,717 

800 



Total. 



No 
06 

102 

180 

77 

1 

51 

83 

11 



2 



4,188 
4,050 



42, 620,2, 562 
46 



106 



566 £60, 014 2, 554^61, 070 8, 120 



Torn. 
101,418 

02,041 

88,774 

124, 508 

1,118 

13,585 

13,767 

300 

125,155 

60,731 

105 

4,188 
4,050 



Cleared. 



Steamers. 



No. Tona. 
06101,418 



102 
130 

77 
1 
1 

14 



00 
45 



631,884 



565 



02,041 

80,774 

124,698 

1,113 

555 

8,050 



Sailing 
vessels. 



No. 



82,526 
60,731 



4,188 
4,050 



50 
10 

11 

2,472 



Tont. 



13, 030 
5,717 

300 

42,620 



Total. 



No. 
06 

102 



Tont. 
101,418 

02,041 



130, 88.774 



124,508 

1.118 

18,685 

18,767 



106 



77 

1 

61 

33 



11 

2,562 126,156 
45 60,731 



105 
4,188 
4,050 



560,0142,554 



61,0703,120 681,884 



I 



CONSTANTINE KhOURI, 

Acting ConeuL 



CONTINENT OP ASIA — ^ASIATIC TX3REET. 



273 



▲CCA ANI> HAIFA. 

Camatmrc§ amd navigaiUm «l Aeoa and Haifnfor ike jfear ending Jwne SOp 189$. 

IKPOBTS. 
[Duty 8 p«r Mnt.] 



▲xtielM. 



DrycoodA 
tBer... 



Bailway jiiaat and mateiialB 
Sice 

T&mioTtooing 
Another 



Total 



Quaatlty. 



Poundt. 
800,000 



1,200,000 
673,000 



Valne 
entered. 



$84,600 
176,000 
37.800 
75,600 
87,200 
83.650 
26,000 
1,800 



472,660 



Amount 
of duties. 



$8,768 

14,080 

8,024 

free 

2,976 

2,682 

080 



Si 



144 



81,764 



wlienoe Smported* 



France, H^ae (Mecea.) 
United States, Enfcland, 
Greece, Konmimia, Trieste. 
England, Manchester. 
IuSa, Genoa, Italy. 
Austria, France. 
France, Italy. 



1IXF0BT& 



Quantity* 



Yalne, in* 

dndlng 

oostsand 

oluurges. 



Whltliar exported. 



BwiV 

Boms 

Bamh (malae) 

OliTeoQ: 

Not refined 

Refined .••■■•••... 

P«ias 

Seiame 

Soap, white castile 

WiDe, •'Carmel" 

^f)imt (tram Hanran). 
Vod... , 



.gallons. 



.gallons. 



IMal. 



4,800,000 

600,500 

21,400,000 

1,660,000 

867| 

822,000 

6,870,000 

49,8734 

11,060 

92,950,000 

180,100 



185,000 

7,206 

192,600 

115,600 

840 

8,220 

254.800 

4,164 

4,424 

1,208,350 

9,107 



1,840,211 



Egypt, Turkey, Gmeoe. 

France. 

Algiers, Fzanoe. 

France. 

United States. 

France. 

France. 

United States. 

Germany, England, Bgypt. 

France, Italy, Greece. 

Franoe. 



TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES. 



Artiolfis. 


Importo. 


Exports. 


« 


Amount. 


Yalne. 




Yalne. 


^Btmttfaiff machines , 




$450 
668 






'''7 Ri>4ds. hard ware, ccmstaivh, beef, dried aDPles 








w^e flfl, refined gallons.., 

BudlflfH wafw, AAnvna <^l<*th 




8671 


8840 




265 




™ft iriiitematile... ....•>■.. .••*«•«.•••■.,.. noands. . 




48,878| 


4.164 










Xoiil ,...............x.. ..... 




1,878 




6b 004 


_ 









13357 



274 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONS. 



Commerce and navigation at Aoea and Baifa, etc, — Continued. 

HAVIGATIOK. 



Flag, fend from or 



AnitrUm: 

Trieste, Constantinople, and 

Tice versa 

Alezandna, MersinA 

British: Liverpool 

French: 

HaraelUes, Turkey 

Italy. Marseilles, Tork^ — 

Greek: Athens, Tarkej 

Italian: Genoa, Torkey 

Ottoman : Greece, Constantl- 

nonle 

Bweoish: LiYerpooL London, 
Karseilles, Alexandria 



Total 



Bntered. 



Steamers. 



No, 

52 

4 

U 

26 

12 

6 

10 

26 



lxm$. 

159,000 

12,000 

16,500 

61,000 

23,000 

9,000 

22,000 

• 

68.600 
7,800 



Sailing 
vessels. 



Ife. 

4 



6 

4 



36 

720 



Tent. 
2,400 



8.600 
1,800 

ii'ioo 



TotaL 



ifo. 
56 

4 
20 

30 
12 
42 
10 



51,800746 
6 



026 



161,400 
12,000 
20,000 

62,800 
23.000 
26,100 
22,000 

104,400 

7,700 



Cleared. 



Steamers. 



No. 
52 

4 
14 



12 

6 

10 

26 

6 



439,500 



Ton9. 

159,000 

12,000 

16,500 

61,000 

23.000 

9,000 

22,000 

62,600 

7,800 



Sailing 



No. 

4 



8,600 
1,800 



720 



Tont 
2,400 



86 17, 100 



51,800 



TotaL 



No. 
56 

4 
20 

80 
12 
42 
10 

746 



Tana. 

168,000 

12,000 

16,600 

61,000 

23,000 

9,000 

22,008 

68.600 

7,800 



488,600 



QOTTLOBB BOHUMACHXB. 

ComenUiT A$emHm 



ALBPPO. 



Expette from the OonenUnr Agenoy of Aleppo to the United Statet for fke gear emding 

June SO, 189S. 



Articles. 



Quantity. 



Yalne. 



Lioorioeroot.... 
Turkish rugs . . . 
ITnwashed wool. 
Washed wool . . . 
Yations goods... 



Total 

Total for preoeding year. 



Increase. 



17,097,107 



2,079,488 



$807,68L50 

188.90 

167.695.00 

1,28IL75 

70L20 



477.836.86 
297,796.26 



179,640.10 



DAMASCUS. 



F. POCHS, 

(hnmUair AgemJL 



Bxporte to ike United Siateefrom Damaecuefor ihe gear ending June 80, 189$* 



Articles. 



Oriental goods 

Wool iMles.. 



TMal 



Qnantitj. 



1,461 



Tafais. 



$12,88L68 
68,569.05 



61,460.74 



NAAIF UMWAgA 

OemamUur A^fee^ 



CONTINENT OF ASIA — ASIATIC TURKEY. 



275 



MBBSINA. 

Cawnmeroe amd navigation at Mersinafor ike year ending Jwne SO, 189S. 

IMPORTS. 



Artiolea. 


QiumUty. 


Value 
entered. 


Amount of 
dntiea. 


Whence imported. 


Tottanno ................... 


TonM. 

285 

1,800 

2, :580 

l.JOO 

2,000 

00 

85 

8.400 


1400,000 

340,000 

270. OtiO 

74, \m 

60,000 

35,000 

81,000 

3S0.000 


$32,000 

27.200 

22,080 

5,920 

4,800 

2,800 

2,480 

28,000 


Turkey. 

Enf^lnnd, France, Germany, AnatriA. 

En^Utirl, France, AoJitria. 

Eii;;lAn(l, Belgium, Austria. 

JRufMia. 


Maniifacturet, bags 

Coloniala .................. 


MeUU 


Pf^troleuiD . ................ 


Skin* 


Turkey and Fnmoei. 

Austria. 

V&rioua. 


Fapor and matches 

?^mlnt^ ^ 








Totftl 


LI. 200 1. MS. 000 


125,280 








-» . — 





EXPORTS. 



Articles. 



Oaraals 

Cotton 

Oinginous seeds 

Woof 

Gum dragon and yellow berries 

Skins 

Twiitod cotton 

Cocoons 

Budries 



Total. 



Quantity. 



Tcn». 

78,000 

6,000 

9,000 

860 

390 

540 

440 

80 

6,040 



100,350 



Value, 

inclndlns 

costs and 

charges. 



$2,046,000 

1,080,000 

200,000 

172,000 

96.000 

54,000 

187,000 

60,000 

860,000 



4,804,000 



Whither exported. 



France, England, Turkey. 
France, Austria, Turkey. 
France, England. 
France, Turkey. 

Do. 

Do. 
Turkey. 
France. 
Various. 





TRADE WITH THS UNITED STATES. 








Articles. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


VhttfOnSPV ITOOdS .,-r -r.-T-r.-T ,-,T,-,,,T-,,,,Tr--,rT,r,,T,-,rT,-r. 


13,000 




Bvndrr Hrv immmIs .........r T-^o-^^.-rT. ....... ............ ............... 


$1,481.72 







NAVIGATION. 



Flag and trade. 



f^h: Xntemataonal 

stride 

Xodith: 

lotemational trade . . 

Coasting trade 

Xuptian tCoastiiig trade 
Greek: 

Coasting trade 

Liteznaaonal trade. . 
iostrian: International 

trade 

Turkish: Coasting trade 
Swedish: International 

trade 

Gsrmsa : Intemi^oDal 

trade 

Italian: Intamational 

tiade 

Taiiona 



Total 



Entered. 



Btesmers. 



No. 



2i 
60 



52 
6 

22 
07 

8 

e 



887 



Twit. 
111,206 

24,091 
30,600 
66,700 

16,876 
8,777 

23,141 
69,868 

4,281 

2,615 

8,780 
1,252 



847,188 



Sailin 



^ 



No. 



38 

1 
^22 



8 
10 



674 



Tom. 



10.291 

825 
14,858 



1,086 
617 



26,576 



Total. 



No. 
66 

24 

68 
68 

62 
44 

23 

8 
8 

9 

12 



961 



Tont. 
1U,206 

24,091 
30.600 
56,700 

16,376 
14,068 

23,469 
83,726 

4,281 

2,616 

4,865 
1,760 



Cleared. 



Steamers. 



No. 
06 

24 
68 
63 

62 
6 

22 
07 

8 

8 

6 
2 



373.764 387 



Tont. 
111,206 

24,091 
80,600 
66,700 

16,375 
8,777 

28.144 
69,868 

4i,S81 

2,616 

8.780 
1,262 



347,188 



Sailin 
se! 



Is. 



No. 



88 

1 
522 



8 
10 



674 



Tone. 



10,291 

326 
14,868 



1,086 
517 



26,576 



Total. 



No. 
66 

24 
68 

68 

62 
44 



8 

9 
12 



961 



Tone. 
111,206 

24,091 
80,600 
66,700 

16,875 
14,068 

28,469 
88,786 

4,281 

2,616 

4,866 
1,769 



878,764 



N. S. Dara. 
AeiUmg Conenlar AgenH^ 



276 



COMMERCIAL RELATI0I7S. 



BRITISH DSTDIA. 

BOMBAT. 

Value of declared ea^ortefram the eoneular diatriet of Bombay to the United States during 

the year ending June SO, 189S. 



Articles. 



Woodwork ftnd bnas work 

Woolen carpets 

Silverware 

Natural history specimens 

Indian condiments 

Weed seed 

Coir yam 

Mnstardseed 

Sandalwood and oils 

Dates 

Fumltare 

Damaged medicine 

FishWadders 

Fenugreek seed 

Curiosities 

Mother-of-pearl and tortoise 

shells 

Human hair 

Stuffed birds , 

Spices and seeds 



Quarter aiding-^ 



Sept. 30, 1892. 



12,994.45 

8,488.52 

108.38 

104.90 

386.68 

50. 5U 

1,656.28 

777. 86 

1,002.66 

613.77 



Total. 



16, 188. 50 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$10,660.00 

"*i,676.'66' 



12,350.00 
600.00 
130.00 
1,780.00 
400.00 
860.00 

2,000.00 



29,740.00 



Mar. 31, 1893. 



fl0,283.00 



164,906.00 



60.00 



165,239.00 



June 80, 1893. 



97,030.00 
4,979.00 



451.00 



13,437.00 
2,648.00 



1.545.00 
6,054.00 

119.00 



1,621.00 
392.00 



38,876.00 



TotaL 



$10, 024. 45 

84, 3U0. 52 

108.38 

104.90 

1, 9j7. 68 

50.50 

1,656.28 

14,214.36 

8,650.66 

12,963.77 

600.00 

130.00 

1,780.00 

1,945.00 

162,420.00 

8.119.00 

60.00 

1, 621. 00 

392.00 



250,038.60 



H. Balulntinb, Jk., 

Vtoe-ConeuL 



CBTIiON. 

Statement showing the commerce of Ceylon for iheflecal year 1S9S, 

IMPOBTS. 



Articles. 



Acids packages. 

Animals and poultry head . 

Arms cwt. 

Ammunitioii ..............do... 

Asphalt tons . 

Beef and pork, salted owt . 

Books and maps packages. 

Boots and shoes do... 

Butter cwt. 

Candles packages. 

Casks, shooks, and stares . . do . . . 

Cement cwt. 

Cheese do... 

Clocks and watches . .packages. 
Coal and coke tons. 

Cotton goods, etc packages. 

Earthenware do... 

Fish, dried and salted cwt. 

Flour and wheat do... 

Glass and glassware, .packagsa. 



Quantity. 



740 
82,323 
996 
206 
643 
246 

668 

687 
833 

1,034 
79,127 

216,780 

663 

342 

312,757 

4,120 

4,435 

190,407 

73,427 

6,289 



Value 
entered. 



} 



$5,800 
385,610 

23,450 

800 
8,690 

. 86,900 

18,359 
19,450 

8.000 
265,490 

63,863 

13,160 

16,900 

2,000,000 

1,878,600 

70,000 

634,690 

867, 139 

66,840 



Amount 
of duties. 



$340 
Free. 

6,178 

46 

103 

Free. 

1,180 
900 

600 
Free. 

2,690 

664 

1,047 
S^ree. 

93,400 

4,590 

31,580 

24,480 

8,659 



Whence imported. 



Great Britain and GermanT. 
British India and Australia. 

Great Britain and France. 

Do. 

Great Britain, Bzltiah India, and 
Australia. 

Great Britain, British India, and 
France. 

Great Britain and Britiah India. 

Great Britain, Italy, and Ger- 
many. 

Great Britain and Belgium. 

Great Britain, France, Japan, 
and British India. 

Great Britain, France, and Brit- 
ish India. 

Great Britain and Australia. 

GreatBritain, France, and India. 

Great Britain, Auatralia, and 
India. 

India, China, and Buropib. 

GreatBritain, Franoe. aadlndia. 

India, Maldiva lalanda. 

JndiA and Australia. 

India, Europe, and China. 



CONTINENT OP ASIA — BRITISH INDIA. 



277 



SUOememt showing ike oommeroe of Ceylon for ihefisodl year 1^95— Continaed* 

IKPORTS— Contiiia«d. 



Ariiolas. 



Grain: 

Barley and grain. . .bnaheli. . 

Paddy and rice do.... 

Indian com ...........do.... 

Oata do — 

Peaae do.... 

Haberdaabery and millinery, 
l»ackaf ea. 

Ham and bacon cwt.. 

Inatmmente: 

Musical packages.. 

Optical do — 

Bclentiflo do.... 

Surgical. ............. .do. .. . 

Machinery do.... 

Malt liquors in bottles and 

wood gallons... 

Manure packages.. 

Ifedichies do 

Metals: 

Wrought do 

Unwrought -tons.. 

Oil, keroftcne : 

British India packages . . 

Rnssia do 

United States do 

Oilman stores do.... 

Ssddlery aod harness do. . .. 

Soap do 

Spirita, brandy, etc gallons . . 

Sncar cwt.. 

Tobacc4>: 

Cigars uounds.. 

Unmanufactured ana hookah, 
pounds. 

Manufactured pounds. . 

Wines ....gallons.. 



MiBcellaneona 



Total 



QaaUty. 



262,851 

8,642,537 

241 

6,358 

84,914 

8,066 

1,028 

188 

17 
27 

10 
9,994 

264.460 

7,108 
4,741 

7,172 
4,130 

22,641 

187,864 

70,785 

8,314 

170 

4,468 

123,915 

64,678 

44,768 
206,129 

105, 176 
40,393 



Value 
entered. 


Amount 
of dntiea. 


$283,997 

8, 667, 137 

261 

6,900 

91,990 

273,144 


$25,360 

766,027 

23 

614 

8,206 

18,000 


23,994 


1,025 


10,000 


627 


1,249 
1.190 


82 
Free. 


267 
317,980 


Free. 
Free. 


169,813 


11,922 


90,454 
112,840 


Free. 
4,780 


\ 427,740 


18,820| 


[ 280,000 


16,026| 


18,780 

10,000 

40,086 

859.830 

424,866 


4,946 

680 

2,792 

178,318 

62,300 


223,820 
26,376 


9,637 
6,666 


28,170 
109,060 


9,813 
13,884 


6,876,347 


105,497 


28,562,500 


1,406,000 



Whence imported. 



British India and French India. 

Do. 
India. 
Australia, 
India. 
Great Britain, Germany, and 

British India. 
Great Britain and Australia. 

Great Britain. Germany, and 
Britinh India. 

Great Britain and Austria. 

ttreat Britain, Singapore, and 
British India. 

Great Britein. 

Great Britain, Germany, and 
British India. 

Great Britain, France, and Brit- 
ish India. 

British India and French India. 

Great Britain and India. 

Great Britain, Belgium, and 
India. 

United States, Busaia, and Brit- 
ish India. 

Great Britain and Europe. 
Great Britain and British India. 

Do. 
Great Britain and Burope. 
Europe, Cliina, and Mauritina. 

Great Britain and India. 
BritUh India. 

British India and Great Britain. 
Europe, Australia, and Cape of 
Good Hope. 



EXPOBTS. 



Beacriptioii. 



Arrapo cwt. 

Arrecanut do... 

fieche^e-m^ do... 

Birds* feathera .packages. 

Birds' nests do... 

Oftcao cwt. 

Oudamoms pounds. 



Chanka 

(Snnamon • pounds. 

Cinchona. ; do... 




Coal....r. 

Cocoanat 

OoiliBa.... 



.tons. 



.cwt. 



Coir .......•.■.•.•.>••>•..•... .do. .. < 

Copra do.... 

Cowrie* and sballa do.... 



Hides and skina. 

Horns 

Msdifflnal roots, 



• •••*■■ UO • • • 4 

do 

and h«rba» 



1,929,824 
6,782,704 

800,000 

11,488,718 

48,886 

154,986 

169,073 

10,661 

9,414 
891 

4,710 



yaln^ 

includes 

costs and 

chargea. 



$486 

(,679 

11,200 

867 

888 

447,468 

98,690 

83,883 
440,408 
278,868 

9,000,000 

142,418 

1,098,168 

868,191 

641,696 

16,891 

119.167 
6,961 

18,897 



Whifhar exported. 



British India. 

India and MaldJTe Tsl anda. 

British India. 

British India and China. 

China. 

United Kingdom and United StatM. 

United Kingdom, British India, and 

United SUtea. 
British India. 

Continent of Burope and United States. 
Great Britain, Germany, and United 

States. 
Supplied to steamers. 
Continent of Europe and British India. 
To most known oountrieft except South 

and Central America. 
Europe, India, and United Statea. | 

Do. 
United Kingdom, G«rmany,and British 

India. 
United Kingdom, Arabia, and Turkey. 
United Kingdom and Britiah India. 

Boi^pa and United BtatM. 



278 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



Statement ahotoing (Ke commerce of Ceylon for iheflecal year 189S — Contmned* 

SXFOBTS— Continued. 



Description. 



Oil: 

EMential onnces. 

Goooannt cwt. 

OrohilUweed 



Plnmbago owt. 

Ponac do... 

Shark fins do... 

Tea pounds. 

Timber and wood : 

Ebony cwt. 

Sandal do... 

Sapan do... 

SatiDwood do... 

Ironwood logs. 

Other sorts do... 

Tobacco, cigars i>oands . 

Tobacco, nnmanafactnred cwt. 

Vanilla pounds. 

Ifiscelianeooa 



Total. 



Qnantity. 



13, 335, 364 
664,550 



430,666 

46, 195 

525 

72,279,984 

5,558 

188 

11,178 

8,716 

819 

6,217 

1,004 

57,389 

685 



Valae, 

including 

costs and 

charges. 



$200,902 
2,341,837 



1,435,566 

285,920 

91, 114 

10,842,379 

17,161 

481 

21,785 

13,440 

2.610 

25,425 

954 

251,954 

676 

1,502,156 



23,000,000 



Whither exported. 



Europe, United States, and India. 
To most known countries except South 
America. 

Europe, United States, and British In- 
dia. 
Great Britain, Belgium, and Germany. 
Strait Settlement and Britiah India. 
To nearly idl countries. 

United Kingdom, China, and Hong- 
kong. 
France and British India. 
United Kingdom utd Germany. 
United Kingdom and British India. 
French India and British India. 
Neoobar Islands and British India. 
Great Britain and Austr^ia. 
BriUsh India and Maldlre Islands. 
United Kingdom and Australia. 



TBADE WITH THE UNITED 8TATE& 



Articles. 



Cardamoms pounds. 

Cassia do... 

Cinchona do. . . 

Cinnamon do... 

Citronella oil cwt. 

Cocoa t do... 

Cocoanutoil do... 

Coffee do... 

Coir do... 

Copra (prepared) pounds . 

Curios packages . 

Desiccated Cocoanut pouii da . 

Essential oils ounces. 

Horns and hides cwt. 

Kerosene oil cases. 

Medicinal seeds pounds. 

Pine shoots cases. 

Plants do... 

Plumbago tons. 

Precious stones parcel a . 

Senna pounds. 

Sundries packages. 

Tea. pounds. 



Total 



Imports. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



70,785 



$76,083 



76,683 



Exports. 



Quantity. 



2,604 

1,626 

1,173,533 

79,000 

962 

5,705 

144,000 

304 

12,090 

290,380 

3 

207,020 

2,549,000 

222 



17,600 

4 

2 

10,988 

3 

287,840 

16 

196,403 



Yalnei 



$1,462 

80 

70,245 

10,411 

42,516 

237.998 

746,139 

8,456 

69,919 

35,043 

197 

16,286 

35,692 

509 



4,763 

29 

100 

869,766 

70 

13,282 

348 

45,606 



2,198.817 



Cetlok, September 30, 189S. 



W. MOBXT, 



COJITOTENT OP ASIA — CHINA. 



279 



CHTNTA. 



Value of exporU declared for the United Statee dwring the year ending June 30, 189S. 



AxticlM. 



CAirroir. 

Cuaia 

Chinaware 

fan*, palm leaf 

nrecrackera 

Matting 

Paper , 

Preaerrea 

Sattana, and ware 

Sawailk 

Bilk piece gooda 

Taa , 

Wooden ware 

Bondriea, inclnding briatlea, 
eantharidee, irory ware, 
akfaia,etc 



Totftl. 



TOOCHOW. 



Hooaehold eifeota 
Tea 



Total. 



HANKOW. 

Chinaware 

eaUnnta 

Laee cvrtaixia 

Snodriea 

Tea 



Total. 



Nnropo. 
Poioiial effecto 



8HAK0HAI. 



hair. 



Camera 

Pnia 

Gallnate 

Hidea, oow 

MatUnf 

Mnaklr 

Porcelain 

Shubarb 

Silk: 

I Piece gooda. 
' Pongee 

lUw 

Cocoona 

SUna: 

fiobea 

gaga 

Goat 

Varloua 

Straw braid 

Snndrlea 

Tea .. 

Wool 



Total 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 90, 1802. 



$18,864.07 

4,832.09 

54,656.34 

64, 218. 70 

503,868.34 

2, 642. 66 

4, 187. 00 

10.480.78 

077,572.41 

57,361.48 

11,657.04 

3,726.04 



965.40 



1, 700, 846. 18 



280.80 
350,606.88 



350,887.68 



Deo. 81, 1802. 



$67, 772. 60 

4, 308. 17 

14. 056. 60 

210,677.01 

431, 536. 51 



7,132.08 

13,580.17 

1,205,015.12 

62, 144. 16 



8,008.18 



8,306.83 



2,108,427.27 



420,886.17 



420, 886. 17 



7,214.23 

3,641.08 

62.11 



0.457.50 



0,457.50 



10,018.32 



TBHTBIH. 

Briatlea 

Corioa 

Peathera 

Skina 

Bnaw braid 

Wool 

Pcnooal effecU uid anndriea 



Total. 



186,654.00 

67io6 



1,205.00 

6,685.00 

141,066.00 

236.00 

18, 078. 00 

743,115.00 

87,800.00 

62,352,00 

11,028.00 
04,071.00 
25,505.00 
40,000.00 
15, 520. 00 
1, 287, 275. 00 
223,024.00 



2,778,505.00 



441.75 

72,072.26 

44,027.00 

168,641.41 

350.00 



281,483.31 



Mar. 31. 1806. 



125,432.88 

6,636.86 

3, 095. 06 

114, 123. 35 

84, 047. 22 

128.65 

446.00 

8,025.08 

762,421.80 

28. 726. 70 

105.72 

8,660.60 



26,886.41 



1, 063, 143. 37 



200.00 
8,841.77 



June 80, 1888. 



TotaL 



$20,142.40 

6,487.23 

1, 681. 20 

38, 150. 18 

266,318.12 

8,053.20 

14,588.72 

16,686.51 

180,764.61 

43,207.41 

867.08 

8,616.16 



20,164.00 



638.637.00 



8, 541. 77 



165.10 



165.10 



580.00 



102.245.00 
8,274.00 



1, 178. 00 

17. 186. 00 

4,880.00 

888.00 

8,823.00 

16, 376. 00 

1.106,008.00 

11,240.00 

77,581.00 

55,205.00 

150,545.00 

22.031.00 

04,665.00 

15,725.00 

776,684.00 

443,016.00 



2.012,804.00 



236.46 

10,566.48 

024.63 

56, 200. 81 

68,422.80 

806,001.65 

3,231.82 



629,668.10 



6 840.00 

1, 100. 00 

6,702.00 

20,525.00 



81, 068. 00 

7,714.00 

506.00 



14,671.00 
1,063,408.00 



805.00 

23, 748. 00 

172,033.00 

0,470.00 
27,377.00 

4, 601. 00 
101,557.00 
180, 172. 00 



1, 770, 645. 00 



4,504.86 

11,612.68 

125,434.10 



141, 641. 68 



75.00a86 



75, 090. 35 



$117, 

22, 

74, 

436, 

1,286, 

6. 
26, 
48, 
3.224. 
181, 
12, 
18. 



212.08 
154.25 

341.29 
069.24 
670.19 
824.51 
355.69 
740.44 
774.03 
439.75 
629.84 
919.03 



68,911.82 



5,520,043.91 



480.80 
849,925.17 



850,405.97 



1,976.08 



375,217.28 



877,192.36 



14,458.00 
15,337.00 
5,950.00 
3,059.00 
21. 951. 00 
6,593.00 
8,235.00 

942.00 

14.822.00 

860, 558. 00 



6,010.00 

18,205.00 

870,668.00 

8,248.00 

90,859.00 

81,408.00 

418, 983. 00 

296,866.00 



2,117,002.00 



855.75 

0,596.75 

626.52 

90,738.68 

64,602.48 

160,445.86 

1,934.68 



267,702.67 



7,214.23 

6,617.06 

62. U 

165.10 

884,674.78 



397,733.28 



580.00 



840.00 
810,556.00 
10, 403. 00 
87, 147. 00 
4,237.00 
71, 410. 00 
24,722.00 
10,680.00 

0, 501. 00 

63,047.00 

8,768,080.00 

40,040.00 

146,788.00 

108,187.00 

787,217.00 

66,154.00 
262, 601. 00 

67, 323. 00 
2,674,390.00 
1.083.078.00 



0,570,137.00 



1,002.21 
20, 165. 18 

1,892.00 
154,675.05 
178,666.86 
854,523.11 

5. 516. 60 



1,220,480.80 



280 COMMEBGIAL RELATIONa 

DUTCH DSTDIA. 

JAVA. 

Althongh the year 1892 has not been as profitable as was expected, jel^ genenJl j 
speaking, it has been a fairly prosperoos one. especially, firom an agricnltoral point 
of yieWy the crops for export having been zairly good, and al>oat the tame as the 
preceding year. 

The import market has been rather brisk, and priees adTaneed on nott a& goods 
imported. 



Caooa, — ^As the home prices are higher than in former yean and bid fkfar to adTanee, 
the coltiyation of cacoa is increasing, and larger amonnts are being exported. 

Coffee, — ^The crop for 1892 has fiQlen short of the estimate for the jear, owing 
partly to the lowlands suffering from dronght, bnt it has proved satisfactory, as 
prices have been high, and I believe have given good results to shippers. The esti- 
mate for 1893 is rather onfavorable and nnosually small, owing to heavy rains when 
the trees were budding. The crop for 1892 is estimated at about 42,100 tons. 

Chincona hark, — Botn (Government and private crops for 1892 are very small, being 
fJBff below the estimate and the crop for the preceding year. The estimate for 1899 
is not at all encouraging. The charges incurred by exporting are so heavy that it 
was proposed to start a chincona factory, but as yet nothing has been decided 
definitely. 

Copra, — ^There has been very little of this produce exported this year, owing to so 
small a crop, bnt prospects look better for 1893. 

DafMMT, — ^There has been a much larger export this than in the preceding year, 
and large shipments have been exported to all parts of Europe. The export 
to the United States from this district amounted to 2,334.36 picnls mt 1^92, valned at 
$33,082.11. The price of this product is now $13.26 per picul. 

Indigo, — ^There nas been a very poor crop of this i^de, and prices axe extremely 
low^ but better business is anticipated for 1893. 

Eioe, — ^The rice crop has been unusually small this year, eonsequentlr there has 
been but little exported, and that mostly from west Java, amountinff to aboat 19,000 
tons. Rice being scarce in east Java on account of the long drought, there has been 
a burge quantity imported there from Saigon and from west Java. 

Sugar, — ^The weatner has been very unfavorable all over Java during the sugar 
season (May to September), there being a scarcity of rain, but as the sugar sickness 
(serih) nas almost entirely disappeared this year fh>m west and middle Java, a far 
better and larger crop is anticipated for 1893. Experts are doing their utmost te 
find the cause of this sugar sicicness, but so far without any practical result, al- 
though they expect soon to overcome the disease. Prices of sugar for 1892 are m>m 
$3.61i to $3.73^ (according to quality) per picul (133^ pounds). The total prodnoti<m 
of sugar is increased by about 15,000 tons, about one-third of this increase being due 
to the starting of several new estates. Up to the 81st December, 1892, tibe esti- 
mates for exports are as follows: 



To America 80,793 

ToAnstrali*. 40,S0O 

To Chin* 52,213 

Tt> Europe 117,648 

Te other countries • 17,188 

Tetsl tu.ni 

The prospects for 1893 are very encouraging, over half of the estimated orop being 
already purchased, and at rates above the average. 

Tea. — Statistics show a yearly increase of this product, and the increase for 1898 
as compared with 1891 was about 3,000,000 pounds. The erop for this year is about 
9,000,000 pounds. Although large quantities are exported, principally to Europe, 
the shippers complain of low prices. 

To&oooo.^The Java crop for 1892 was large, but below the estimate given at the 
beginning of the year. Heavy rains in the east part of Java ruined nea]^ the entiis 
erop in that district.' The quality is good and prices steady. 

Ita. — On condition that five-eighths of the profits go to the Gk>vemment, the oonoes- 
aion of the Billiton Tin Company has been extended for another thirty-five vettra firom 
May 1, 1892, and at the end of that time, April 30, 1927, the company will lianidate 
and pay the Government five-eighths of the proceeids of the liquidation, over the esti- 
mated value of the possessions on May 1, 1892. The output turned out bettar than 
the pzevioui year, the total exports for 1892 being 91,620 piouls or 6,887 



CONTINEUT OP ASIA — DtJTCH Iin)IA. 



281 



IMPORTS. 

F$lro l e mm , — The petroleum syndicatee keep the price of thfe artlole at a fklr figrnre, 

and for the year petrolemn has been considered a good bnainefla for the importers. 

Althoa^h the Bnssian oil it cheaper, the American oil ia preferred by the Europeans 

Tbe estimated imports for 1892 are as follows : 

Caaes. 

1,647,187 

71,004 

1,846,455 

8,900 

Total 8,068,526 

▲IthoQ^h in 1892 the increase is in favor of American oil, it is expected that the 
importation of Russian oil will exceed that of the American oil in 1893. The Java 
petroleum output is increasing yearly. The question of shipping oil in tank steam- 
sfs has been discussed here, but as yessels can not come alongside the wharfs, owing 
to the shallow water, and the Government will not allow petroleum vessels inTanf 
jong Priok, the probabilities of shipping oil in tanks are very doubtful. 

CoaU, — ^The coal fields at Ombilien, Sumatra, were in full operation at the beein- 
nin^ of 1892, and it was expected that the supply for (Government would be taken 
entirely from this mine, but owing to heavy damage caused by floods to bridges and 
ndlw ays, the coal could not be brought to the seaport — Padang. As it will be Uie last 
of 1893'before the damages are repaired, the Qovemment in the mean time is depend- 
ent on foreien ooal for supplies. There has been about 118,486 tons of coal imported 
from Austrwa and Great Britain. There has been none imported from Japan this 
Tear, as Japanese ooal is eonsidered poor. There is a coal mine in Kotie, Borneo, 
bdonginff to the Dutch Government, but the product being of inferior quality, 
it is bat little used, and principally by small steamers and surveying vessels that 
trade on the coast of Borneo. 

Opium. — ^There is little or no change in this article of import, which is carried on 
by Uie fanning system and can only be imported by the "opium farmer." 

Soap. — ^Formerly thesre was a larce importation of soap, but it has been gradually 
falling off^ so that in 1892 but little has been imported. In its place s^phate of 
unmonia is imported, and the natives manufacture their own soap, which is put on 
the market and sold for less than half the price of European manufactured urticle. 

GSNXRAL BSMARK8. 

Bailwaifa, — ^It was expected that the lines connecting Batavia and Soerabava 
wonld have been finished by the end of 1892, but, owing to sickness among the 
laborers and heavy floods, the small connection between Garoet and 'Qilatjjap will 
not be finished before the end of 1893, or the beginning of 1894. The Government is 
Qtending the railways east of Probolingo. and by 1896 expect to have the line 
beween Probolingo anid Pomarockan opened. 

EUctrioUjf. — ^A company has asked for a grant for ten years to light the city of 
Batavia by electricity, and, as permission has already been granted to companies at 
Boerabaya and Samarang for tne lighting of those cities, probably this oompany 
will start their plant by the end of 1893. 

Health,— The general health of Batavia and all parts df Java has been excellent 
darbig 1892 — ^it was one of the healthiest seasons in many years. 

Ommmtos tmd navigation at Jmajo^ iKb poair USB. 

IMP0BT8. 



Cotton goods.. 
Woolen goods . 



Batter 



pinte.. 

.....pounds.. 

.caOons.. 

Iran ud steel 

ProTiskine ........... 

&in ^...^gallone.. 

Coel tons.. 

Floor .......pounds. 

..bot- 



Qiuuitity. 



1,048,574 
408.876 
106,664 



828,886 

118,486 

10,948.7M 

1,288,964 

8,008,688 

78,448 



Yslns. 



$18,117,206 
737.176 
602,460 
883,170 
141,706 



602,046 
176,626 



710.816 
876,770 



2,838,387 



AitioleB. 



Pslnts end oils 

Winea gallons.. 

Iron and copper nails . 
Copper sheathing 

and plates 

Glass and glassware. 

Zino 

Lead 

Champagne . bottles . . 

Tsr 

Wheat pounds . . 

Spirits gallons. . 

^ other ar&oles.... 



Total. 



Quanttly. 



298,186 



58,842 



13,788 
128,792 



Yalue. 



$248,886 

158,705 

211, 125 

85,285 

7,770 

94,226 

89,290 



11,683,665 



88,490,478 



282 



OOMMEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



Commerce and navigation at Java for the year 1892 — Contmaed. 

EXPORTS. 



Articles. 



Arrack leagiiers*.. 

Coffe© piculst. . 

Cloves do 

Cinnamon and caasia do 

Cinchona bark Dutch pounds . . 

Copra pioula. . 

Cocoa do 

Cubeba do 

Cocoanut oil oases. . 

Dammar picula . . 

Hidea J packages - 

"'*^®* {pieces 

Indigo Dutch pounds. . 



Quantity. 



3,239 

475, 086 

326 

120 

6,068.745 

55,901 

5,014 

2,801 

13, 856 

18, 405 

4,923 

591, 923 

1,053,436 



Articles. 



Guttapercha picula. 

Kapok balea. 

Mace picula . 

Nutmegs do... 

Pepper do... 

Rice do... 

Rattans do... 

Rubber do... 

Sngar do... 

Tapioca flour do... 

Tea kiloa. 

Tin picula. 

Tobacco do... 



Qnantitgr. 



672 

81,064 

176 



05,227 

284,506 

33,030 

870 

7,207,681 

44.689 

4,158,326 

97,080 

262,063 



* The leaguer = 133 gallona. The pical= 183| pounds. I The Dutch pounds—^. 

KAVIGATIOK. 

TANDJOirO PBIOX (BATAVIA RAKBOB). 

Entered, — Steamers: Aiiiitrian« 11; British, 131; Dntcli, 196; French, 40; €}ennan, 
11; ItaliaD, 1; Japanese,!; Norwegian, 1, and Dutch Indian, 401 ; total, 799: total 
tonnage, 833,328. Sailine vessels: British, 6; Dutch, 11; German, 2; Italian, 1; 
Norwegian, 2; Dutch Indian, 34; total, 55; total tonnage, 42,501. 

Cleared. — Steamers: Austrian, 11; Britisn, 133; Dutch, 201; French, 42; German, 
11; Italian, 1; Japanese, 1; Norwegian, 1; Dutch Indian, 401; total, 802; total ton- 
nage, 808,161. Sailing vessels: British, 4; Dutch, 8 ; German, 2 ; It^an, 1; Nor- 
wegian, 2; Dutch Indian, 36; total, 53; total tonnage, 37,606. 

BATAVIA OLD BOAD8. 

Entered. — Steamers: British, 9; tonnage, 17,004. Sailing vessels: American, 2; 
British, 10; Chinese, 8; Dutch, 10; German, 3; Italian 7; Norwegian, 4; Swedish, 
1; Dutch Indian, 105; total, 150; total tonnage, 46,236. 

Cleared. — Steamers: British, 7; tonnage, 13,489. Sailing vessels: American, 2; 
British, 11 J Chinese, 8; Dutch, 9; German 2; Italian, 7; Norwegian, 4; Swedish,!; 
Dutch Indian, 108; total, 152; total tonnage, 56,139. 

Grand total, Batavia Harhor and Old Roads: Steamers: Entered, 808; tonnage, 
850,331. Cleared, 809; tonnage, 821,650. Entered and cleared, 1,614; tonnage, 
1,671,981. Sailing vessels: Entered, 205; tonnage, 88,736: cleared, 205; tonnage, 
93,745; entered and cleared, 410; tonnage, 182,481. Sail ana steam: Entered, 1,013; 
tonnage, 939,067; cleared, 1,014; tonnage, 915,399. 

Statement ehowing the navigation at the port of Batavia, for the year ending Decmnber Slf 

1892. 



T\tkg. 



American — 
Auatrian.... 

Britiah 

Chinese 

Dutch 

French 

German 

Italian 

Japaneae . . . . 
Norwegian .. 
Weat Indian. 
Swediah 



Entered. 



Steamers. 



No, 



11 
140 



196 

40 

11 

1 

1 

1 

407 



Tcn». 



8,692 
209,603 



348,967 
32, 635 

15, oa 

2,205 

2,031 

2,052 

228,077 



SaUing 
veasela. 



No. 
2 



16 

8 

22 



6 
8 



6 

139 

1 



Tont. 
1,892 



8,656 

311 

24,66? 



4,603 
7,494 



6,665 

36,979 

973 



TotaL 



No. 

2 

11 

155 

8 

218 

40 

16 

9 

1 

7 

546 

1 



Ton*. 

1,392 

8,692 

218,354 

311 

373,629 

32,635 

19,647 

0,699 

2.031 

7^747 

365,066 

978 



Cleared. 



Steamen. 



No. 



11 
140 



201 

42 

11 

1 

1 

1 

401 



Tona. 



8,692 
174,337 



355,166 

34,321 

15,044 

2,205 

2,031 

2,082 

227,863 



Sailing 
veaa^. 



No. 
2 



15 

8 

17 



4 
8 



6 

144 
1 



Tone. 
1,392 



16, 574 

456 

10,002 



4,030 
7,404 



5,666 

30,158 

078 



TotdL 



Ko. 

2 

11 

156 

8 

218 

42 

16 

9 

1 

7 

1505 

1 



iVma. 

1,302 

8,602 

180,011 

45fl 

874,167 

34,321 

14,063 

9,600 

2,031 

7,747 

267,021 

on 



CONTINENT OP ASIA — ^DUTCH INDIA. 



283 



XxparUfrom Batavia to United Statm, 189$. 



ArtlolM. 



GoooA plcnlB. 

CoifliM do... 

Dammar do... 

Hata (bamboo) piecas. 

Hides do... 



Bioe.... 
8) 



tiiigar 

SUDBi 



.pioula. 
..do... 
...do... 
..do... 



(goat) pieces. 

Tea cases. 

Weapona do... 

AH other artiolea 



Total 



Quantity. 



14-50 
35, 806 -its 
-i, 334 -36 
U0,220 
768 
1,800 
380-56 
150 
163,330-88 
268,562 
81 
1 



Yalne. 



$428.16 

1.302,783.06 

33,082.11 

16,876.50 

3,580.87 

10, 046. 56 

1,716.54 

400.87 

646,731.90 

76,814.75 

1, 140. 73 

181.06 

192.60 



2,183,884.41 



Jwportff and eaq^arts between Batavia district and the United Statee far the year ending 

June SO, 189$, 



ATtliOlOB- 



igil bales. 

▲gU thread do... 

Bamboo hats pieces. 

BsinUo hides picals. 

QmsIa do... 

Ooeoft do... 

Coffee do... 

Dimmar .....«..•....•.....-•>•«.•-.••.••• ..do.. . 

Goatskiiia pieces. 

OnMsmftta bales. 

Jsra exhibits 

Ki^ok ....picnls. 

Kstbafs bales. 

Pepper and dAmmar {cakes! 

Pepper piculs. 

Petrolenm oases. 

latkaa and bags 500 bass. 

^attana piculs. 

Bogar do... 

Tsa 



Total 



Imports. 



(Quantity. 



199,006 



199,006 



Value. 



$192,041 



192,041 



Exports. 



Quantity. 



10 

12 

70,920 

571 

200 

45 

47,026 

2,258 

187,305 

50 



112 

80 

12 

2 

1,800 



432 

178, 398 
81 



Yalne. 



} 



$68.44 

154.20 

10.262.11 

15,316.04 

1,545.71 

1.509.76 

1,253,464.13 

32,123.55 

56, 214. 14 

738.24 

42.471.23 

i; 439. 16 

290.42 

115.22 

10,946.55 



1,508.59 

1,716.54 

680,348.64 

1,316.20 



2,010,548.87 



The amonnts given in this report are taken from the Batavia EzchaDge report, and 
from Department of Finance, with the exception of the above exports to the United 
States, which are taken from invoice book at this consnlate. 

B. S. Rairdek, 

CenenL 
BiTAYiA, Deoember SI, 189$, and June SO, 189S, 



284 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



CEIiEBES. 

Imparts and exporU Mwem Maeaasar, Celebea, and the United States for the years endilmg 

June SO, 189B and 182S. 

18M. 



Artioles. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


Qnantlty. 


Yalne. 


Qnantity. 


ValiiA. 


Petroleum: 

Chester 


81,000 
28,824 


139,700 
89,200 


PneuXa. 




Devoda .......................................... 






Cloves ............................................. 


82.70 
19,376.50 

9,239.39 

103.70 

146.34 

962.59 

92.40 

60.99 

12.06 

145.48 


$448.52 


Coffee 






474, 839. 26 


Gum: 

Conal 






77,470.64 
962.19 


TInm A.r 






Maoe 






9,435.36 


Vntmen ............................ 






61,847.82 


Ruttfinil. T--T..-,---»r r .-r 






298.61 


Shells: 

Banda ,,,., , ,,- 






665.00 


(Tre€M) finiitil. ........•.••.•.••••••.•••-••••••••••• 






427.82 


^fotlier-of-'Dcari ............................. 






6,684.81 


SkinA. firoAt. .......................................... 






4U.89 


Wnnil . iultiiIaI ...... 






47.12 


194.40 










Total ...\ X. r 




78,900 




628,044.72 











1898. 



ArtioleB. 


Importfl. 


Bzporta. 


Qnaattty. 


Valae. 


Qnantitj. 


Taloa. 


Pctrolemn, Devoes 


OOMS, 

26,827 


♦86,000 


P§cula. 




C.'iHHin 


20.89 

27,716.60 

3,768.44 

4.66 

664.89 

256.60 

1.84 

290.26 

61.61 

PUe49, 

448 


$110.24 

788,225.34 

81,678.77 

18L58 


Coffee 






Guui copal 






Mace 






Xutnnegs 






29,084.61 
64L03 


Battans 






Shells: 

Banda 






18.87 


Green snail 






8,108.81 
2,887.69 

88.28 


Mother-of-pearl 






Skins, goat 














Total 




26.000 




880,879.76 









Maoabsab, July 1, 1899. 



(kmrndair .^muL 



CPNTINIIMT OF ASIA. — ^JAPAK. 285 



JAPAN. 

The Draqnexit and marked flnotnationa of exchange during the year 1893 make it 
difficult to satiafaotorily compare amounts with previoiu yean. 

Daring the years 1891 and 1892 the ayerage worth of the Japanese silyer yen was 
sbontSO and 71 oentS; respectively , so that while the total Tolnme of trade for 1892 
exceeded the previons year by 19,974,292 yen, when reduced to United States money 
st the rate of exchange for that year the increase is only $761,436. The rapid 
decline of exchange, howeyer, did not apparently affect the trade of the country as 
a whole. The only snfferers seem to have been the importing firms, who quite gen- 
erally eomplained of depression in the trade. 

Notwithstanding the discouraging condition of exchange there was an increase in 
imports over the previous year of $300,000. The most important thing to be spoken 
of concerning the foreign trade of Japan is the increasing facilities of the country 
fior m&nufaotoring her own supplies; this is especially noticeable in relation to cot- 
ton goods. 

hnjMrtations of raw ootton continue to increase. Kew spinning mills are estab- 
Uihed from time to time, and those already in operation report enormous profits. 
Consequently importers of cotton fabrics do not take a cheerful view of the fiiture 
of that particular line of business. 

There is no doubt, however, that the consumption of ootton goods in Japan is 
growing larger each year, and no doubt there will always be a demand for certain 
kinds of those of foreign manufacture. 

Thus far Great Britain has taken the lead in the importation of ootton goods, but 
I think it qnite probable, if our manufacturers would take the trouble to investi- 
gate and ascertain the kinds and qualities most desired by the Japanese people 
they might secure a fair share of the business. 

LAst year Japan exported cotton goods to the amount of $660,689, aa against 
1900,328 for 1891, her markets being principally China and Korea. 

I regret to state that, while the total exports to the United States show a great 
gain over the previous year, the imports declined to the extent of $1,220,620. The 
leading articles showing a decrease are kerosene oil, flour, quicksilver, machinery 
ind docks; and the largest increase is found In raw ootton, tobaoco, and miscella- 
seouB provisions. 

The largest increase in exports is in raw silk and silk fabrics. 

The following tables show a more detailed statement of the general trade of the 

wvntry. 

In reducing to United States money I have used the average Government rate of 

eiehange for the year. 

Movemei^U of ipeeU amd htlUon during ike year 1899. 



Beeoriptloii. 



IjuportB. 



SDtv. 



$15, 908,907. 08 
280,80a84 



$841,618.80 
8,008, OIL 88 



Tstal 



18,aA7,M7.41 



8,808,18188 



CiMtoflM dafidtf collected during ike year 189M. 

^«twrt» $1,888,887.88 

ftHmwrt.....! 1,9«8,50L87 

iQioeDineoiu 84,91L81 

IMid 8,800,811.48 



286 



COMMEKCIAL RELATIONS. 



Total foreign trade of Japan by oountries during ike year 1898. 



Countries. 



United States 
Great Britain 

France 

Hongkong — 

Cbina 

British India 

Oermany 

Corea 

Rnssia 

Italy. 



Canada 

AuHtralia 

BeljEj^iitm 

Switzerland 

Pliilippine Islands . . 

Austria 

Hawmi 

Sweden and Norway 

Turkey 

Holland 

Spain 

Sia 



lam 



Peru 

Denmark 

Portugal 

Other countries, inclnding Japanese products 



Total. 



Exports. 



127,459, 

2,784, 

12.846, 

9,434, 

4, 614. 

1.009, 

667. 

1,001, 

415, 

890, 

772, 

619. 

35, 

118, 

68, 

242, 

44, 

a. 

80, 
18, 



229.66 
444.51 
522.45 
863.46 
790.30 
825.19 
955.72 
506.31 
843.76 
574. 70 
768.98 
477.67 
588.88 
304.40 
536.79 
771.86 
117.06 
033.28 
988.98 
880.63 
244.26 
474.77 
717.81 
259. 16 



665,974.82 



Importi. 



63,480,785.29* 



$4,261,518.08 

14,760,425.77 

2,670.556.81 

4,969,868.08 

8.881,681.40 

6,440,022.70 

4,526.284.24 

2,162,901.87 

603.180.68 

48,052.77 

21,835.66 

103, 67a 87 

675,591.59 

506,601.61 

837,337.08 

7,288.60 

460.76 

86,869.58 

677.74 

18,496.09 

23,640.64 

8, 111. 18 

4,262.92 

4,871.95 

4,896.46 

616,162.79 



60,641,616.410 



ToteL 



•31, no, 

17.644. 

16.417, 

14.894, 

18,806, 

6.449, 

6.194. 

8,164, 

1,008, 

038, 

794, 

718. 

711, 

619. 

405, 

260, 

44. 

87, 

81, 

26. 

25, 

6, 

6, 

4, 

4. 

1,172. 



747.69 
870.28 
077.76 
726.47 
471.70 
847.89 
239.96 
497.68 
974.29 
627.47 
604.64 
156.64 
180.42 
906.01 
873.88 
060.86 
576.81 
402.81 
506.07 
376.72 
784.90 
566l90 
000.73 
631.10 
295.4(1 
127.61 



U4,072,80L09 



* The difference in total values between the tables of exports by countries and by articlBS is, CoBsal 
Tillotson says, attributable to the statistics furnished by the Japanese customs. 

Value of importi from foreign oountriee into Japan during the year ending Deeemher SI, 

1892. 



Articles. 


Valiw. 


Articles. 


Value. 


Textile fabrics 


19,224,426.62 
8,760,504.88 
6,819,088.61 
6,140,489.04 
8, 543, 311. 64 
8,469.906.69 

2,980,301.88 
2,365,162.64 
1,727,825.40 
1, 132, 925. 94 
1, 034, 902. 98 
687,956.17 


Clnthinff said aP1>aral -,--■,■,-, 


NA7,680.79 
450.467.97 
829, 262. 11 


Cotton . *raw 


Beverages and provisions 

Oil and wax 


Sufrar 


Cotton threads and vam 


Wine and Uouor 


286,900.88 
282. 607. 41 


Metals, and manufactures thereof. 


Tobacco 


Grain and seedt* 


Floor 


107,803.84 
187.746.68 


Arms, instru ments. clocks. 


GiiMw and glasswares 


watches, machinery, and vessels. 
Kerosene 




1,799,831.21 


Total 


Drugs, medicines, and chemicals . 


50.006.628.88 


Dyes and paints 


Jananese nroduoe. .......... 


84,887.48 


Hair, horns, ivory, skins, etc 

Books and stationery 


Grand total .*....«....... 


60,641,616.41 







CONTINENT OP ASIA — JAPAN. 



287 



Fa/ve of exparU to foreign oountnM from Japan during the yoair ending Dooemher Sip 

1892. 



AxticlM. 



Silk: 

Baw 

Tama 

KoeU 

Waste 

Tea 

Ketals: 

Copper 

Otfier 

Coal 

snk piece gooda 

Kiee 

Bilk handkeiohiefs 

Uatcbea 

Dried flflh 

Poreelain and enrthen wares 

Cfempbor and cmnphor oil 

Mats for floor 

Seaweeda 

Cotton iextaea 

Wand wax 

Gnin, beveragea, and prorisiona 

Cole vegetale 

ICnsbrooma 

Licqaer warea 

Umbrellaa 

Screens 

Droi^ medicinea, and dyea 

?ns 

Booka and papera 



ValnA. 



$25,751,617.00 

36,160.14 

1,846,707.86 

933.526.01 

5,342,074.19 



3,480, 

121, 

3,246. 

3, 148, 

2,055. 

2,481, 

1,563. 

1,355, 

1,051, 

920, 

835. 

706, 

550, 

464, 

461, 

412, 

400, 

374, 

284, 

246, 

243, 

242, 

231. 



549.54 
536.74 
108.36 
266.55 
539.66 
035.74 
449.34 
841.82 
001.81 
876.07 
442.71 
184.51 
589.13 
477.67 
278.62 
661.90 
969.48 
933.81 
672.62 
060.51 
519.08 
612.40 
914.79 



ArUolea. 



Sflk mannfaotnrea 

Pierced ooooona 

Bkina, hair, sheila, etc... 

Beche demer 

Textile fabrica 

Snlphor 

Timber 

Ginseng 

Wooden warea 

Bamboo warea 

Bronse wares 

Paper warea 

Antimony 

Straw plaits 

Glaaswaree 

Tobacco 

Bamboos 

Floss silk 

Silk and cotton mixtures 

Flosr-silk waste 

Waste cocoons 

Silkworm eggs 

Cocoons 

Miscellaneona 

Total 

Foreign produce 

Grand total 



Value. 



1228, 

217, 

208, 

207, 

199, 

199, 

192. 

180, 

163, 

162, 

151, 

137, 

115, 

110. 

98. 

86, 

84, 

24, 

18. 

16. 

10, 

2. 

2,170, 



975.00 
160.08 
785.00 
118.07 
779.02 
483.77 
001.87 
251.20 
885.46 
187.21 
600.47 
560.08 
949.16 
165.29 
614.50 
866.69 
236.27 
670.56 
118. 79 
570.60 
184.74 
690.90 
426.00 
688.86 



64,187,361.84 
495,698.19 



*64,682,956.03 



* The difTerence in total valnea between the tables of exports by coantriee and 1^ articles is. Gonsol 
Tiilotaon saya, attribntable to the statistics famished by the Japanese easterns. 

r«IiM of ojBporU to the United States from the port of Kanagawa ( Yokohama) during 

the year ending DecomberSl, 189$. 



Articles. 




Articlea. 



Valne. 



aik,raw 

SilkicQods 

Tea:. 

Curios < 

Snlphnr 

Straw braid 

P»per and paper goods 

Hngeneae 



$16, 974, 289. 69 

2,748,027.64 

4,037.722.01 

612, 598. 65 

160,210.96 

62, 390. 94 

47, 433. 92 

28, 341. 71 

20, 150. 59 



Fish and fish oil. 
Plants and bnlbs 

Menthol 

Dental goods . . . . 

Mashrooms 

Oranges 

Miscellaneoos . . . 

Total 



$21,047.04 

20,182.24 

10,289.00 

0,191.80 

6, 138. 04 

350.04 

13,300.80 



24,708,081.47 



COASTWISE NAViaATION. 

TS(9»finaUtg, nMnber^ and tonnage of veeeeU engaged in ike oooitwiee trade of Japan dtir- 

ing the year 189B, 

XNTBRBD. 



Nationality. 



F^Hed States. 
i*f«Dese 

^neee 

jneaoh 

6<nnaii. ...... 

J<>rv«gijin.... 

aoiiiaii 



TMal 



Steamers. 



No. 



647 

605 

1 

62 

07 

6 

1 

1,178 



Tone. 



600,690 

916,481 

1,211 

123, 131 

99.992 

6,743 

2,291 

1,749.489 



Balling vessels. 



Ne. 



17 



Tone. 
12,190 



14,740 



1.894 



TotiJ. 



28,824 



No. 

7 

647 

614 

1 

63 

08 

6 

1 

1,106 



Tone. 

12,100 

000,600 

081.221 

1.211 

133.181 

101,880 

6,748 

3,201 

1,778,201 



288 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



KaUonaUty, nvmher, and tonnage of veisela, etc. — Continued. 

CLBABSD. 



KationaUty. 



United Stat«8. 

Japanese 

British 

Chinese 

Dutch 

French 

German 

Norwegian ... 
Biuaian 



Total 



Steamers. 


Sailing Tesaels. 


Total. 


No. 


Tont. 

...........a 


No. 
7 


Ton». 
12,190 


No. 
7 
638 

596 

1 

1 

68 

87 

12 

1 


12,190 


538 


579, 816 

1,034.225 

1, 211 

672 

125,164 

114, 027 

13.000 

2,291 


679 816 


585 
1 


10 


16,984 


1,961,209 
1,211 


1 






672 


53 






125,164 


86 
12 


1 


1,894 


115,921 
13,000 


1 






2,291 










1,277 


1,870,406 


18 


81,068 


1,295 


1,901,474 



NationaUty, number, and tonnage ofveeseU engaged in the foreign trade of Japan dmring 

the year 1892. 



ENTERED. 



Nationality. 



United States 

Japanese 

British 

Chinese 

Corean 

Dntch 

French 

German 

Norwegian , 

Buisian 

Total 



Steamers. 



No. 

21 

401 

531 

1 

1 

3 

26 

833 

56 

45 



1,418 



Tont. 

56.499 

837, 703 

914,639 

1,211 

230 

2,016 

61,396 

274.810 

58,881 

54,647 



1,761,692 



Sailing yessela. 



No. 

23 
*762 

61 



840 



Tont. 
23,183 
28,713 
52,781 



4,892 



108,069 



Total. 



No. 
44 

1,163 

582 

1 

1 

8 

26 

887 

56 

45 



2,258 



Torn. 

79,682 

366,476 

967,420 

1,211 

i30 

2,016 

61,396 

278,702 

68,881 

54,647 



1,870,681 



* Including Jnnks. 



CLEARED. 



United States 
Japanese .... 

Bntish 

Chinese 

Corean 

Dutch 

French 

German 

Norwegian .. 
Russian 

Total.. 



21 

408 

445 

1 

1 

2 

26 

309 

47 

45 



1,300 



56,499 

346,065 

794,459 

1,211 

230 

1,344 

61,736 

256,331 

50,665 

54,647 



1,623,217 



* Including janka. 



KanaqawAj Augn%t iSI, 189$. 



23 
*865 

55 



1 
8 



937 



23,188 
29,529 
58,684 



1,060 
2,498 



114,964 



44 

1,258 

600 

1 

1 

2 

27 

812 

47 

46 



8,287 



79,682 

875,594 

853,143 

1,211 

230 

1,344 

62,796 

258,829 

50,605 

64.647 



1,788,171 



W. D. TiLLOTSON. 

ContuV-G^enorak 



CONTINENT OP ABU — ^JAPAN. 



289 



NAQABASl. 

TdkM of deeUur^ «a^porft fnm the oatuular district of yagasahi, to ike United Statm 

during the year ending December SI, 1892, 



Brioto 

Garios 

DuDfti^ed good* retained. 

EtfBhelU 

MAtting 

Paper 

PoroeUiii 

suns 

Tea 

Tobeooo 

QmI 



Totel. 



Quarter endings 



HaKr.81,1892. 



$2,803.00 



8,094.30 



10,897.30 



June 80, 1892. 



$977.00 



851.00 
433.' id 



2,799.00 
"*i66.'60 



4,910.00 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$2,053.53 
21.59 
63.39 



5,390.00 



5,114.99 



12,049.50 



Beo.81,1892. 



$880.01 



2,000.00 

827.82 

40.87 



23,448.77 



20,208.27 



TotiO. 



$2,068.68 

1,384.60 

03.89 

851.00 

10,260.00 

760.72 

16.87 

2,799.00 

13, 209. 29 

356. 50 

23,448.77 



54,732.07 



W. H. Abbrobombib, 

Con»nU 



OSAKA A]N1> HIOGO. 

TtXm ef ieoUtred eaDporte from ike eoneular district of Osaka amd Siogo, to the United 

States during the year ending June 30, 1893. 



AAQllMBy a ...... • 

Bimboae 

Ctmpbor 

Camphor oil 

Carpets sod mgs. 

Fans 

MaDgani 

Hat&g 

Onnees. 



ore. 



S««weed 

Stiav bnid. 
Taa 



Sept. 80, 1892. 



Tootb, Bail, and hair InmsheB. 

Vegetable wax 

HiaMUanMnia....... 



IMaL. 



Quarter ending— 



$2,571.40 

58,860.81 

6,468.88 

17,233.80 



6,096.50 
238,990.57 



50,262.50 

82,082.81 

2,583.51 

716.11 

1, 146. 519. 58 

6,04L92 

7,642.17 

108,753.90 



1,739,822.47 



Deo. 31, 1892. 



$1,954.39 
275,062.17 
20, 923. 49 
43, 151. 71 
86, 360. 70 



442, 105. 04 
16, 966. 80 
84. 355. 30 

154,523.17 



13,829.79 
812,835.77 

11,650.38 

5,880 05 

285,228.89 



1,664,827.71 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



June 80), 1888. 



$2,287.08 

3,026.71 

118,274.51 

5,746.71 

26,446.40 



2,858.08 
185,225.53 



15, 508. 10 
55,875.70 



81,591.77 

83,810.29 

7,883.31 

708.41 

160,292.79 



093,585.49 



$1,431.72 

4,877.04 

113, 794. 07 

8, 289. 39 

41,290.75 



15,484.89 
267,980.88 



104,873.60 

20,786.42 

3,670.20 

13,024.48 

779,748.47 

9,438.80 

2,785.00 

176,837.70 



1,558,820.10 



TotaL 



$3t 
11. 

661, 
86, 

127, 

86, 

24, 

1,184, 

16, 

254, 

263, 

6, 

59, 

2,822, 

35. 

17, 

730, 



718.81 
030.14 
000.50 
428.42 
128.75 
360.70 
438.47 
302.02 
966.86 
989. 59 
668.10 
259.77 
162.15 
914.11 
014 41 
015.68 
U8.34 



5,647,011.88 



Commerce amd na/oigation for the calendar year 189M, 

IMPOSTS. 

,rne nte at whkih tb«Talnes liare been r«daoed($0.706) it th« smnme tsIws ot the ailyer 7«n for 
ttajMr 1892, m eatimated by tbe Direotor of the 17. S. Mint.] 



Artiolat. 


Qnantity. 


YaluA 
entered. 


Amount 
of duties.* 


Wbenoe imported. 


^^iB^ ind mimltiinia ot war . - 




$67,586.76 
153,890.28 
122,439.45 

1,525,687.00 

171,770.01 
54,000.82 

186,918.58 
73,988.58 


$2,879.29 
2,694.51 
0,m.97 




•^ohol gallona.. 

^Afliae dyes'.— ponnda.. 

KinketB pounds.. 

Clocks number.. 

CbJorate of potnali . . .pounds . . 
Caasticsoda do — 


155,081 
814,724 

2,720,188 

677.535 

86,956 

1,737,245 

8,849,523 


mpaaoe, Gennany, Belgium, 

Sweden, England, Italy. . 
China, Gorea, Great Britain, 


4,98L28 
2,700.04 
9,845.90 
8,009.48 


United States. 
Great Britain, Germany. 
United Statea, Germany. 
Great Britaia, Germany. 
I>o. 



13367 



* In gold dollars. 



290 



OOMMEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



Ocmmarce amd navigation at Osaka and Hiogo — Gontinned. 

IMFOBTS-^Continued. 



Artidlfls. 



Cotton: 

Kaw do... 

Ontheeeeds do — 

Yam do... 

Chintsea or pzinted cotton, 
yarda. 

Cotton satina yarda., 

Cotton Tolyeta .•••—....do.... 



Flannels do... 

Flax, hemp, and J ate .pounds. 
Flax and nemp yam do — 



Olass, window 

Hata and oapa doMn.. 

Hides, bnffalo and cow, 

pounds. 
Handkercbie&f cotton .doaen.. 
Iron: 

Pig pounds. 



Bar and rod 



...do... 



Plate and aheet do 

Kails.. do.... 

Italian cloths do... 

Logwood, extract of do 

Leatiber: 

Sole do 



Other do. 

Lead do. 

Machinery, all kinds 



Hoasseline de laine yards. 

Oil, kerosene gallons . 

Oil cakes pounds. 

Paper, other than printing . . . 



Phosphorus, amorphons, 

pounds. 
Paraffin oil and wax . . pounds . . 

Bice tons.. 

Steam yessels numher., 



Steel pounds. 



Sugar: 
Brown 



.do.. 



White do... 

Shirtings : 

Gray. .. .............do. ... 

White do... 

Satins, silk and cotton mixed, 
yards. 

Turkey reds yards.. 

Woolen yam pounds.. 

Woolen cloths yards.. 

Zinc, sheet pounds. . 

Unenumerated articles 



Total foreign produce . . . 
TotalJapanese produce. 

Total imports 



Qnantlty. 



80,978,061 

U, 610, 712 

17,819,843 

2,015,513 

8,010,658 
1,438,065 

1,789,016 

2, 176, 688 

453,508 

89,975 

26,842 

2,506,888 

168,847 

19,835,400 

21,887,997 

8,811,049 
12,660,546 

2,049,675 

070,901 

804,407 

438,816 
4,680,760 



8,809,566 
13, 157, 805 
53,892,872 



108,680 

2,298,561 

85,753 
7 

2.882,407 

20,406,777 

66,882,261 

16, 448. 977 

1, 812, 301 

202,423 

8,030,919 
150,491 

127,446 

2,679,721 



Talne 
entered* 



6,067,08L12 
875,023.01 

2,506,819.90 
108,308.02 

260,310.07 
170,297.89 

409,510.68 

6,329.57 

180,667.18 

7B,Z7L29 
U7,474.88 
284.788.56 

66,457.05 

180,666.45 

801,846.76 

60,899.92 
267,770.70 

886,477.24 

67,271.22 

68,406.86 

182,009.78 
117.083.17 
893,069.76 

819,403.18 

950,067.19 

401,925.65 

75,286.68 

56,931.89 

184,708.26 

1,087.462.00 
248,012.40 

60,088.00 



486,021.82 

2,162,068.96 

678,603.42 
91,637.68 
74,175.06 

123,820.70 
93,752.67 

08, 587. 88 

148,887.41 

2,763,085.29 



25,643,884.10 
17.963.21 



25,661,847.22 



Amount 
of duties. 



174,696.14 

43,751.16 

153,696.14 

4,056.21 

13,840.03 
6, 615. 08 

17.899.79 
3,164.79 
6,533.36 

8,217.99 



7,874.66 

1,036.99 

6.312.41 

11,042.41 

1,072.22 
6,499.88 

14,148.79 

2,863.56 

1,860.70 

1, 512. 19 

6,32L45 

19,653.49 

60,785.96 
47, 543. 86 



8,764.33 
2,796.59 
6,789.66 



8,100.16 
2,414.00 

14,070.90 

84,588.61 

88,108.07 
8,647.26 
8,708.76 

13,664.08 
25,050.64 

2,081.86 

2,670.01 

80,016.01 



940,248.06 



940,248.06 



wnenoe Inportad. 



United States, China, India. 
China. 

Great Britain, Franoa, Gar- 
many, Bnasia, India. ' 

Great Britain, Germany. 

Great Britain, France, On- 
many. 
Do. 

Great Britain, China, India. 

Great Britain, China, India, 
Germany. 

Great Britain, Belgium, Ger- 
many. 

Great Britain, Genaany.Italy, 
China, United States. 

China, India, AnstraliA, Corea, 
Philippine Islanda. 

Great Britain, Geirmany. 

Qretkt Britain, Germany, 
France. 

Great Britain, Belgium, 
France. 
Do. 

Great BritBfai,Belgins,UnMsd 
Statea, Germany. 

France, Great Britain, Ger- 
many. 
Do. 

United Statea,Bn^aad. China, 
Germany, India, Fruioe. 
Do. 

GreatBrltain,China,AiiBtxalia. 

Great Britain, United States, 
France, Germany, Belginm. 

Great Britain, Gtonnany. 

United Statsa, Bnaala. 

China. 

Great Britain, FtaaM, Gar- 
many. 
Do. 

Gnat Britain, Unttod Statoa, 
Germany. 

China, India, Corea. 

Great Britain, France, Ger- 
many, Switaeriand, Anatra- 
lia, £uilgiom. 

Great Britain, Fraaea, Ger- 
manv, Switaerland, Anatra- 
Ua, Belginm. 

Hongkong, PhilipptiMiTiilands, 

CUna, India. 
Hongkong, ChinA. 

Great Britain. 

Great Britain, Germany. 

Great Britain, Germany, 

France, Switaerland. 
Great Britain. 
Great Britain. Germany, 

France. 
Great Britain, Germany, 

France. 
Great BxltalB, Qnrmaaj, Bel* 

gtam. 



COirriNENT OF ASIA — ^JAPAN. 291 

Gmmmtm amd ua9i§»H<m at (haka omd .Hm^o— Gixntiiiaed* 



Aotinioiiy ........... poon^*.. 



OoUsTegeUle pounds. 



OOTOW 



fot do.. 

Bar, ■lAb, eio do.... 



Qnantitj. 



Cnpoto 

OiMo^ flaanaift 



.number. 
..pioeea. 



Oollonpleeegooda,ot]ier.do. ... 

fWhoattlfl ppnnda.. 

................number.. 



Gteaasff. 



.poonda. 



.ponnda. 



EattinC 



00,1190 aeed gaOona.. 



Itanalaln and earthen ware. 



.ponnda.. 
....tons.. 



Xafs poonda. 

Beaweed do.., 

Shiimpe ......do.... 

Mk, wate ..............do.... 

nnmber.. 



ponnda. 

Tea, dust do... 

r, wood and planka 



•poonda. 



lelea (exeept 
odsl and other arlbuea lor 
iUp'B oae.) 

TMal Japanese pcodnee . 
Tlsial ibraign pxodoee . .. 



Hotel ezporte. 



2,730,527 



1,640.5m 

8,017,850 
17,388,587 

102,506 

64,862 



256,068 

8,681,707 

10,240,300 



L068,737 

8,064,888 



800,791 



4,114,646 
62,918 



12,701,666 

7,815,443 

1,678,089 

527,287 

128,007 



16.124.260 
2,540,560 



1,060,782 
6, no, 066 



Valne. 



1115,622.58 

76^816.76 

180,66L10 



58,188.97 
872,905.56 



251,688.00 
1,541,17L66 

122»214.80 

62,117.18 



66,114.21 
246,278.87 
204.275.25 

84,604.55 
86,672.81 

88.160.94 

288,398.61 
1.518,427.44 

824,587.26 



71,274.44 
63,226.81 

072,688.17 



66.702.22 
2,590^712.01 



140,900.62 
81.488.43 
116, 977. 90 
236,067.86 
228.256188 



1,065,825.42 

60.228.89 

86,062.10 

ai9,6aL07 

196,86L74 

2.820,220109 



15.611,288.42 
147, 698. 61 



15,758,977.06 



Whither exported. 



Hongkong, England, United Statea, 
CmmL and Germany. 

Sngland, United Stataa, France, Hong- 
kong, Qermanj, andBrltiahAmerioa. 

Sngland, United Statea, FranooLHong- 
kong, Germany, Ghinn, and Britidi 
America. 
Do. 

Hbngkong,Chinn, India, UnitedStatea, 
and France. 

Hongkong.Chinn, Koren, GreatBrltain. 
Hongkong, China, Korea, Xndkk Grant 

Britain, and Germany. 
Great Britain, United Statea, Franooi 

Hongkong, China, British America. 
Hongkong, China,Koreis Indin, Russia. 

AoatraUn, Fraooe, and Britiah Amor- 

ioa. ^^ 

Do. 
Hongkong, China, Hawaiian Talanda. 
Great Britain, United Btatca, Franoa, 

Hongkong, China, and Genanny. 
China and Hongkong. 
Hongkong, China, India, Xoien, Philip- 
pine lalands, and Boasi*. 
United Statee. Great Britain. Hong- 

kong, China, Germany, and Franoe. 
Hongkong and China. 
Hongkong, China. Indin, PldlinpiBe la- 

landa, United Statea, Korea, Hawaii 
United Statea, Sngland, Honkkong; 

CJiina, Germany, British Amerioa» 

and Franoe. 
Hongkong and Anatralia. 



United States, En^and, France, Hong- 
kong, Germany, Bril' ' 
Unitea Statea, Aigland, France, Hong- 



Itish America. 



kong, Gemany. Britiah Asierioa» 
China. 

Hongkong and Anatraliik 

England, United Statea, Hongkong. 
Germany, Anatralia, India, firitian 
America. 

United Statee. China, and Canadn. 

China and Hawaiian TaJanda 

Hongkong and China. 

Franoe and Hongkong. 

United Statea, England. France. Hong- 
kong, Germany. China, Britiah Amer- 
ica. 

United Statea, Canada, Korea. Hong- 
kong. India, Koeeia, and Germany. 

UnitedStatea, China, Hongkong,Korea, 
and British America. 

Hongkong, China, Korea, Ctaimany, 
and India. 

Hongkong, Gfalaa, India, Bnaaia, and 
Anstralla. 

United States, Hongkong, India, Ana- 
trallik Chinai BiqlMil, Philippine 



292 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONS. 



Cmmmerce and navigaHou at OsaJca and Hiogo — Continaad. 

TBABB WITH THE I72HTED STATES, 1898. 



Arttoln. 



nCPOBTB. 

Clocks iiiimber. 

CondenMd and dMiooated milk 

Cotton, raw pounda. 

Floor..... do... 

Hooft do... 

Leather, aole do... 

Leather, other do... 

Keroaeneoil gallona. 

Unenmnerated artidee 



Tbtel 



■XPOBTS. 



Bamboo pieces. 

Camphor oil gallons. 

Camphor '• tons. 

Matting rolls. 

Manganese ore tona. 

Oranges...... •... .........number. 

Bags tona. 

Rice do.. 

Rugs and cMrpets pieces. 

Seaweed 

Straw braid pieces. 



Tea. 



.tons. 



Toothbrushes gross. 

Vegetable WAX poondB. 

Unenameimted arttdes 



TMal. 



Qumtity. 



M,161 



9,021.581 

808,779 

602,801 

173,556 

81,492 

10,490,760 



778.841 

681 

104.786 

168,604 

r 2,500 

8,782,006 

5,386 

10,842 

42,166 



122,930 
6,885 
7,220 

145,668 



Valu. 



$42,002.18 

10.668.08 

768,848.50 

18,566.20 

5,899.18 

20,100.69 

0,080.86 

758,423.68 

829,274.83 



1,961,768.80 



», 
>70, 
OM, 

11. 
152, 
408, 

W. 

7, 

84, 

2.415, 



ei4. 



424.61 
342.79 
490.18 
250.64 
006.50 
260.00 
288.43 
492.16 
249.00 
363.86 
640.74 
454.24 
047.10 
520.42 
79L12 



6,140,638.08 



KAYIGATION. 





Bntered. 


Cleared. 


WlMg 


Stsamera. 


Sailing 
TcaselB. 


TbtiO. 


Steamers. 


SaiUng 
Teasels. 


TotaL 


From foreign eountrisi. 
tTaiMLnese .,,.,t,,. ,^.r^ ^ . 


112 

1U4 

1 

2 

26 

55 

15 

1 


Tonf. 

69,994 

170,855 

1,211 

1,344 

61,396 

38, 526 

11, 703 

2,291 


No. 

1 
6 


Tout. 
6 

10,147 


No. 

113 

110 

1 

2 

26 

67 

15 

1 

6 

1 


Tont. 

60,999 

181,002 

1,211 

1,344 

61,396 

40,540 

11,703 

2,291 

8.599 

230 


No. 
49 
63 


Ton9. 

23,014 

120,407 


No. 

3 

12 


Ibns. 
87 
10,206 


No. 
52 
76 


23,101 
138,018 


British 


Chinese 


Dutch 






1 

26 
54 




972 

61,736 

57,080 

6,060 






1 
26 
66 




672 


French ....•.•••..•■•.... 










61,736 

60,094 

6,960 


German ................. 


2 


2,014 


2 


2,014 


Norwegian ...r 


Russian 










United SUtss 


6 


8,690 






18 


20,780 


18 
1 


20,780 
230 


Korean 


1 


280 


1 


280 














Total 










332 


878,315 










233 


811,204 




247 

260 

26 

41 

2 
















Japanese 


272,801 

470, 950 

61, 735 

64,476 

8,157 






247 

266 

26 

42 

2 

7 


272,801 

478, 475 

61,736 

66,370 

8,157 

12,190 


286 

803 

26 

38 

7 


300,778 

626,561 

61,306 

42,428 

7,446 






206 

004 

a • ■ 

88 

7 


800,773 

520,071 

61,306 

42,428 

7,446 


BiltiBh 


6 


7,785 


1 


2,010 
26 


French .................. 




1 


1,884 


Norwegian 






United States 


7 


12,190 






Dctch 






1 
1 
1 


672 
1,2U 
2,201 






1 
1 
1 


678 


Chlnfwe 


















1,211 
2,291 


Bnssian .■■....•■.■>■••.. 




































Tot^ 










689 


894,068 










664 


046,280 





















L J* SmxHXBS, 



Osaka, ahd Hiogo, Ftibruanf, I89S. 






OONTIKENr OF ASIA — ^JAPAK. 



293 



TOKOHAMA* 

foliM ^f dt t H o Md <gporti flrom the eanBular dUlrici of ToJuihama, Japan, to ike UniM 

State$ during ike year ending June SO, 189S. 



Curios 

Dentol CDods.. 

FiiOioil. 

Uannuieae ... 

UenSiol 

HuceUaneoas 
Kfuhrooms... 

OrtD^ea 

Psper goods... 

Plants 

Seeds, on 

SQk goods 

Silk, raw 

Sidna 

Straw brsid... 

Sulphur 

T« , 



Ttttel 



Qntrtar snding^ 



Sept. M, 1892. 



$188,86175 



0,655.28 
1,867.78 
1,544.00 
1,847.01 



10,020.16 
1,456.01 



778, 915. 27 

5,403,821.51 

21. 214. 65 

7,278.68 

0,291.10 

1,825,826.85 



7,740,40L00 



Doo.81,1808. 



$105,448.88 

6,191.80 

20,418.66 

4,770.18 

8,804.87 

8,030.18 

2,871.14 

387.98 

18,546.26 

15,904.70 



708.452.78 
7,066,745.65 



28,061.07 

72.022.47 

242,032.66 



8,428,688.71 



lCsr.81,1808. 



June 80, 1808. 



$122,544.11 



17,600.34 

8,602.25 

1,057.60 

002.26 

2,610.60 

02,22 

14,300.83 

5,553.06 

1,048.85 

002,053.02 

2,508,107.86 



40,837.90 

42.96 

88,508.88 



8,744,011.72 



$102,468.08 



720.72 

18,784.44 

2,164.16 

1,436.41 

2,167,45 



24,027.58 

1,007.54 

1, 180. 10 

8a,504.08 

680,571.50 

481.65 

15,115.67 

47,000.64 

1,848,764.18 



8,686,487.80 



TotU. 



$848, 

86, 
8, 
6, 
8, 

81, 

8*1. 

2. 

3,409, 

15,653, 

21, 

91, 

129, 

3,450, 



808.78 
10L80 
838.72 
812.15 
483.86 
021.80 
426.20 
30a20 
008.28 
821.40 
178.46 
016.96 
246.51 
696.30 
294.12 
356.17 
192.56 



28,608,678.a 



W. D. TnxoTSON, 

Gontttl-G^OMral. 



CONTINENT OF AFRICA. 



BRITISH AFRICA. 
CAPE coiiOmr. 

Talue of exporU deelaredfor tKe UniUd Stale* dMring <k« jww tmiimg Jtme 80, tS9S, 



ArtifilAA. 


Quarter ending- 


TbtiO. 




Sept 80, 1882. 


Deo. 31, 1882. 


Mar. 81. 1883. 


Jane 80, 1808. 


OAFSTOWH. 
AlOM 




*i«>.» 


$601.00 

6,780.00 

235.88 

315.12 




$1,024.16 

6.730.00 

4,790.48 

815.12 


Arirol .......................... 




""$4.*6fi:ob" 


Bnchn ......................... 






Bulbs, flower 






SfffiT ahellA. ofitrioh ....... 


$146.74 
14,039.07 




156.72 
4,605.14 
1,222.07 


801 40 


JPeathera, ofitrich 


10.219.76 
0.004.68 


11.077.86 
7,009.82 


88, 901. 31 


FlmnM. oondactiiie 


14.296.92 
845.09 


Skins, flroat 


845,09 


Wine 


125.86 
72,940.60 






126.86 


Wool. ffTIMUM) 


7,446.77 




61,041.24 


181,427.61 






Total 


21,976.87 


88.762.88 


24.990.17 


01.689.77 


108.267.49 






■A0T LONDON. 

Dry bidet 


2,064.06 

11,814.18 


6.099.00 
10,703.78 


1.900.68 

8,600.78 

48.00 


900.07 
2,684.60 


10,704.80 
88,083.28 


Goat sklna 


PArte of oondemnMl Anchors 


48.00 












Totftl 


14,416.30 


16,802.84 


10.640.02 


8.664.00 


44.410.80 






POIT HLOABITH. 

Curios .-..•••..... 






800.62 
1.404.22 
1,916.60 


162.80 
2.480.00 
6.007.60 

016.02 


458.88 


Feathers, ostrich. .............. 


18.877.60 


16,642.08 


88,804.41 

0^083.00 

616.02 


Hides 


Mnbair 






Pl#nt4 .. _. 


620.09 






620 00 


Prodaoe, samples of. 




2,264.01 

581.78 

12,007.68 

170,897.88 




2,204.01 

1,184.07 

96.084.58 

841,75L61 


Bhearlinirs ..T 






668.10 

0,001.44 

110,126.01 


Skins ..? 


48, 202. 15 
41,160.58 


28,098.86 
10,66L19 


Wool 




Total 


108,820.88 


64.790.67 


188,48L60 


184,007.12 


487,111.67 





6T. ECEIiEKA. 

Then liao been no impTorement in the affairs at this ioland during the yesr end- 
ine June 30, 1893. 

Emigration has been larger than the preyioas year. Erery oteamer bonnd to 
Sonth Africa has taken some people from the ioland. 

The April steamer carried from this island 50 able-bodied laborers to the Port 
NoUoth copper mines at Sonth Africa. 

The American whaling fleet recmited here In September and i^gaia in Maroh with 
good arerage catohes. 



CONTINENT OP AFRICA — ^BRITISH AFRICA. 296 

Th» rise in price of spemi oil darim^ the jear has made the Bpeim- whale fishery a 

Srofitable investment. The prices or provisions during the year have been as fol- 
»W8: Bee^per barrel, $15; bread (ship), 6 cents per potina; American flou^^.50 
per barrel : Australian flonr, $9 per sack of 200 pounds ; but owing to large impor- 
talions it fell to $7 per barrel for American and $7.50 for Auslnralian. Kerosene, for 
eommozi. $2.50 per case; high tests, $8; but owing to a large importation from the 
United States it fell to $2 for common and $2.50 for high tests. Lard, 12 cents per 
poond ; American lumber, pine, $40 per M ; pitch pine, $50 per M ; cypress, $55 per 
M ; American granulated sugar, 6 cents per pound ; mauritos, dark, 4 cents per pound ; 
pork, $25 per oarrel. 

The schooner Lottie Beard made her semiannual trips to this island, bringing sup* 
plies for the whaling fleet and general cargo for the island, taking tne oil from the 
fleet to New Bedford, and the schooner William F. Chreene, recently put on this line 
for the same business, made her first trip to this port, arriving in February last. 

The crops have been the largest in twelve years. There was a plentiful supply of 
rain during the months that it was most needed. The crops of com and other grains 
have never been so large. Potatoes have yielded well, and large quantities have 
been exported to South Africa. The American whaling fieet recruiting at this port 
lias taken during the year about 120 tons of potatoes, besides large quantities of 
other vegetables. Merchant ships calling here have also taken a large supply of 
potatoes and vegetables* 

There has been a slight increase in the acreage cultivated by the large fiBkrmers, but 
the acreage cultivated by the small farmers shows a slight decrease, as numbers of 
them have emigrated to Cape Colony, hemg unable to support their families by the 
product of their land, owing to the competition of the large farmers. 

There are no statistics kept on the island except when the census is taken, so 
that the actual number of acres under cultivation can not be given. 

To insure good crops on this island frequent rain is necessary, as most of the 
land cultivated is on side hills, from which the rain drains rapidlv, leaving the land 
dty and parched, and I am of the opinion that a large part of the land cultivated on 
this island would only be used for pasturage in the United States or other countries. 

THB mXQDVB VBOM ST. HXUBNA. 

[From the St Helena Qnardlaa, April 20, 18B8.] 

By the Conway Castle we announce in another column the departure of 60 able- 
bodied men for Port NoUoth and 3 for the cape. For a long time there has been 
i systematic emigration assisted from the ca}>e at reduced rates for deck passage of 
4 guineas. It has not been of much consequence to the island to lose a few, as the 
eircomstanoes of the island would permit of emigration; but to lose our best men 
by the fifties is indeed sad« 

firsfl. The conditions of emigration from St. Helena are not fiavorable, in the higher 
sense. Men do not leave to gain homesteads when by their labor the land would 
yield a competence and maintain a home; they go to toil and grub in the earth for 
apittance of 8s. a day with almost a barrack life outside the nours of mine labor. 
Tne surroundings are not happy; there are no trees, no grass, no streams of running 
water; but there is heat, dust, a blinding sunshine, heaps of rock piled up, sand, but 
a bad exchange for the beauties of our island home. Bread there is for the labor, 
and help for the indigent ilirough it here at home, but the terms are not generous; 
6f. a day w6ald not be generous ; it might be adequate, but not Justly commensurate 
witii the profits on the ore mined. In fact it lool^ as a the desperation of industrial 
classes was so great in St. Helena as to leave their helplessness a prey to the capital 
that underpays its laborers, and the desperate ones are willing to accept any tning 
to get away from the struggle for existence, away from the sight of their mutely 
appealixig little ones wanting food and decent clothes to cover uiem. 

Seeondr The wives, children, and relatives are not adequately provided for. They 
remain in the state they were left in, anxiously awaiting each mail from the Cape or 
looking forward to the day the agents pay the allowance made the family. If a 
man gives la. a day out of his pay, what is it for a family of sixf A two-pence a day 
each for six days, and nothing for Sunday. 

Third. We are left with a disproportionate quantity of women and children without 
TOoper protection, and as a corollary to these problems an incentive to immorality. 
The blue book has warned us that we are 80 men to 100 women. What are we not 
BOW that two years have passed since the census has been taken f 

Another tutfieet is givm to affairs in regard to the militia. Might we not say that 
if more liberal terms had been ofi^ered and a guaranty under seal of the privy coun- 
cil that the conditions and promises would be respected and carried out the mili t i a 
question would have been an accomplished factf We opine that the militia scheme 
hasMoeiTad m great blow, 50 at a ungle exodus out of 800^ and not oaloulating tha 



296 



OOBCMEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



dribbling oat of men to the Cape and in whalers since the statistios of able-bodied 
men was considered. 

The depopnlatiou of St. Helena is the result of indifferentism, red tapeism, and 
the blina belief in reports made by officials or specially commissioned individaals 
npon St. Helena and her resonrces. These reports are very fallible, and the ability 
of the reporters and correctness of the report oan be greatly questioned, and are in 
many respects misleading. 

We would not revert to the peculatory times of the honorable East India Com- 
pany, but we would be glad to see premiums on initiatory actual work and premiums 
on results. The reading public can obtain a full report of the assistance rendered 
the coffee-planting industry in Guatemala from the Board of Trade Journal of Feb- 
ruary, 1893. The little State of Guatemala gives 5<2. for every coffee tree planted — 
500 trees go to the acre — ^and 100 pounds of coffee can be produced by an outlay of 
$5 (£1), the selling price in Guatemala being $16 to $25 (£3 4s. to £5) 100 pounds. 
We give this as an example of what a Government could do and ought to do; the 
the pests and failures must not be factors against this proposition: there areas 
many in Gautemala as in St. Helena. Labor will overcome them all. Talk of grubs 
and caterpillars, let a St. Helena report-maker go the United States and report on 
the cotton caterpillar, and according to his report no one would ever plant a cotton 
seed, and yet the bales are produced by the million. At the rate of the exodus from 
St. Helena no industry will be able to be created; we shall be reduced to a popula- 
tion living upon the necessities of a military stanon, and property once so valuable 
vnll have reached zero, and with it a distress to many families which could have 
been averted by an energetic administration and a paternal home government. Out 
of this problem is evolveid another corroUary, and that is the home government will 
have to pay all the salaries of its officials and maintain all pauper, sick, blind, and 
insane, ^r there will be no ratepayers to pay rates, and serve it right. The chance is 
not quite gone, but nearly so. The Cape and the nearest colonies are not going to 
accept our paupers or our maimed and incapable, somebody must maintain them. 

We trust that the eyes of the Gk>vemment will be opened before the crisis has 
arrived in St. Helena and take the remedy in time. 



Imports at 8t» Helena for ike year ending December SI, 1899. 



ArtiolflB. 



Quantity. 



YaluA 
entered. 



Amonntcf 
dntiM. 



Animala: 

Oxen number.. 

Horses do 

Sheep do.... 

Oxen do.... 

Arms and anununition for military use. .. . 

paokages.. 

Beer: 

In hogsheads 

In bottles dosen.. 

Cement, lime, and bricks packages. . 

Do do.... 

Chemicals and drugs do.... 

Do do...- 

Do do.... 

Confectionery ...............do.... 

Do do.... 

Do do.... 

Do do.... 

Cigars hundred boxes.. 

Do..... do.... 

Do do.... 

Coal tons.. 

Dri^pery and dry goods packages. . 

Earthen and glasaware do.... 

Earthen and glassware packages. . 

Flour (in sacks of 200 pounds) 

Do 

Flour (in barrels) 

Grain and seeds packages.. 

Do do.... 

Do do.... 

Do do 

Hardware, lead, etc do.... 

Do do.... 

Do do 

Leather, boots, saddlery do. . . . 

Lime Juice do.... 

Leather, boots, saddlery do.... 

Do do.... 



I 



4 
197 

2 

878 

1,462 

801 

278 

GO 

80 

45 

8 

12 

100 

4 

8 





406 

470 

1,676 

196 

68 

10 

88 

1,680 

880 

11 

1B2 

608 

193 

187 

8 

12 

66 

80 

6 

5 



} 



$1,891.00 

900.00 

1,126.00 

76.00 

7,810.00 

7,160.00 

630.00 

75.00 

242.00 

900.00 

86.00 

66.00 

1,868.00 

60.00 

80.00 

26.00 

850.00 

840.00 

670.00 

6,036.00 

16,777.16 

1,850.00 

66.00 

880.00 

11,033.00 

2,663.00 

85.00 

670.00 

2,100.00 

1,085.00 

1,450.00 

80.00 

110.00 

8,655.00 

30.00 

80.00 

125.00 



$1,860.00 
68.00 



I 290.00J 



Sontih 
Do. 

Do. 
Australia. 
(United Kin, 
I South 

United Kingdiaik 

Do! 

Da 
United States. 
United 
South Afiioa. 
United Statoe. 
United 
South 
Australia. 
United States. 
United Kingdc 

Do. 
East Indies. 
United KJncdoBL 

Do. 

Do. 
United Statsa. 
United 
Australia. 
United States. 
United Kingdom. 
South Africa. 
Australia. 
United States. 
United Kingdom. 
South Africa. 
United Statea. 
United 

Do. 
South 
United 



OOmnNERT OF AFRICA — ^BRITIfiH AFBICA. 



297 



Impmrtt fnm 8L M$Uma for ike year emdimg Deember SJ, ISAf .^Continaed. 



Qiuatity. 



LhMj«iee 



..falknis. 
tjur,p«ck> 



Ofl 

oa, 

OSmmawUate 

Do 

l>o 

Do .. 



.ewt. 



.packages. 

do... 

do... 

......do... 



Do... do... 

do... 

..........................do. .. 

Do do... 

Potetoeo for seed sacks. 

Sail proTialon, beef and pork liarrels. 

Uee (in sacks of 200poaiuU) 

Do do... 

Do do... 

Species 

^izits galloBS. 

Do do... 

Btsiioiierj packages. 

Stores Ibr Colmilal Ooremmeni do. . . 

sacks. 

Do barrels. 

Do sacks. 

Do do... 

Ttaaber, bonds and scan tilng . . cubic iisei. 

Do do. 

Tobscoo pounds. 

Do...................... do... 

▼bM gallons. 

Do do... 

Do ......1 do... 



Hotel 



U8 

87 

1,832 

2,293 

24 

114 

421 

148 
8 



H 

30 
68 

1,367 

38 

1,400 



1,661 
7 

41 



71 

81 

1,620 



1,261 
6,815 
606 
2,770 
8,430 
10 



Talno 



$28bOO 
1,126.00 



1, 

2.603.00 

28,142.00 

815.00 

820.00 

3,588.00 

1,090.00 
DO. 00 
885.00 
280.00 
150.00 
816.00 

7.200.00 
190.00 

5,885.00 
480.00 

8,031.00j 
37.00^ 

1,370.00 

1,725.00 

2,550.00 
720.00 
185.00 

9,208.00 
245.00 
600.00 

1.606.00 
150.00 

2,910.00 

2,922.00 
46.00 



161,754.16 



of 



$4,638.0o| 



1,888.12| 
8,110La^ 



11,807.12 



iMtlndlea. 
United 



United! 
Do. 
United Kingdom. 
South AfHoa. 
Anstralia. 
United Stitea. 

East Indiea. 
United KingdoB. 

Do. 
South Africa. 
United Kiogdon. 
United States. 
United KingdoB. 
Esst Indies. 
Maoritias. 
Sonth AiHoa. 
United Kingdom. 
South Africa. 
United Kingdom. 

Do. 

Do. 
United Stotea. 
East Indies. 
Manritins. 
United Kingdom. 
United Stetes. 
United Kingdom. 
Sonth Africa. 
United Klnsdom. 
Cape To wn,B. Aftioa. 
Anstrslin. 



In addition to the abore imports there were 571 packages of whalincr stores trana^ 
ibipped on board of the American whalers at this port» valued at HSJOO.OO. 

Ms^^erie firem 8i, Helena for ike year ei^Hmg Deeember Slf 1899* 



Artklm. 


• 

• 


Quantity. 


VahMifa- 
elnding 

costs and 
dhargea. 


Whither expoflod. 


Bdes 

gdiwn. 

OlinistsL .• 

Oidrepe. 


.packages.. 

• »»••• CLO* « • • 


88 

79 
87 
20 
4 
84 
660 
20 


(176.82 

1,863.60 

964.00 

2(n.oo 

100.00 

1,640.00 

1,471.00 

55.00 


United Kingdom. 
DoT^ 
Do. 
Do. 


8Hia?7.......:....::.....;:.:....;:.::; 

Jool 

^^^Bos fin seeks of 1 cwt.) ............. 


......do.... 

......do.... 


Do. 
Do. 
Sonth AMca. 


Ds 


Af^ymflan T%lmi4. 








IMid 




6,867.92 






• 






^bsnria 




6,887.00 
6,660.00 

76,ooaoo 




oT...;:;.::.::::::;:™^^^^^^^ 


... pounds.. 
...oazrels.. 


1,722 
4.066 




Told........ 




87,017.00 













298 



COMMERCIAL BELATIONS. 



N(MdgaU4m at ikepori of SU ROmm forikey&at Mi^inf December 51, tSdJL 



W]ag. 



British (mail ■teamen) . . 

Do 

American (merchantmen) 

American (whalers) 

Aastrian (merchantmen) 
Danish (merchantmen) . . 
Dutch (merchantmen) . . . 
French (merchantmen) . . 
(lemian (merchantmen) . 
Italian (merchantmen) .. 

Norwegian 

Sweediah 



No. 
28 



Total 



Steamera. 



28 



67,207 



67.267 



Sailin 



iing^ 
aeu. 



No. 

* ■ « • 

85 
6 

21 
8 
2 
4 
6 

10 
9 

88 
6 



184 



67 

109, 777 

4,719 

3,566 

1,861 

813 

4.203 

4,643 

8,733 

8,102 

21,143 

4,701 



10,870 



TotaL 



No, 

28 

86 

6 

21 

8 

2 

4 

6 

10 



83 

6 



212 



Ton9. 

67, 267 
109, 777 
4,719 
3,656 
1,861 
813 
4,203 
4,648 
8,733 
8,192 

21, 143 
4,701 



229,608 



Cleared. 



No. 
28 



Ton*. 



67,267 



SailinsTi 
sew. 



No. 
88 



6 

21 

8 

2 

4 

6 
10 

9 
33 

6 



184 



Ton». 
100,777 



4,719 

• 3,556 

1,861 

813 

4,203 

4,643 

8,733 

8,192 

21,143 

4,701 



TotaL 



No. 
113 



6 

21 

8 

2 

4 

6 

10 

9 

33 

6 



173,071 



212 



Tofu. 
167.044 



4,719 
8,556 
1,861 
813 
4,203 
4,643 
8,733 
8,192 
21.143 
4,701 



229,608 



Nnmber of vessels boarded by licensed trading boats and supplied with vegetables, 
bat which were not boarded by the harbormaster, as they did not anchor. 189. These 
vessel did not enter, and many of the vessels entered did not anchor, but laid off port. 

Imports and exporU hetween 8t. Helena and the United States for ike year 189B. 



Articles. 



Quntity. 



Value. 



mPOBIB. 

Beef and pork banela. 

Biscuits do... 

Oment, lime, and bricks packages. 

Chemicals and drugs do... 

Confectionery do... 

Drapery and dry goods do... 

Earthen and glass ware 1 do... 

Hour barrels. 

Grain and seeds packages. 

Hardware do... 

Leather, boots, and saddlery 

Oil cake, and meal sacks. 

Oil. kerosene cases. 

Oilmen's stores , packages. 

Sugar, in barrels and half-barrels 

Timber, including boards and scMitlings i. cubic feet. 

Whaling stores, tnuisliipi>ed to American whalers packages. 



Total 



BXPOBTB. 



Ambergris pounds. 

Bone 



Oil 



.do. 
.barrels. 



Total 



68 

80 

80 

IS 

• 

IS 

10 

880 

108 

IS 

6 

887 

1,832 

421 

71 

1,261 

571 



1,722 
4,066 



1816 

400 

242 

66 

26 

790 

66 

3,663 

1,066 

110 

125 

1,620 

2,693 

3,688 

720 

600 

18,700 



26,158 



6,857 

6.660 

76.000 



87,017 



During the year ending Jane SO, 1893, the product of the Amerioan whaling fleet, 
tranferred to American vessels and '* exported ''to the United States, was as follows: 
Ambergris, 236 pounds: bones, 7; 730 pounds; sperm and whale oil, 7,685 barrels, — ^the 
whole valued at $207,206. 



St. Hxjlbna, Jwne SO, 189$. 



Jambs B. GonriK, 



CONTINEirT OF AFRICA — ^SaTPT. 



299 



Im^^arUfiim ih$ TJf^Mi JStats9 iwrUig ike y«ar mtding June SO, 186$. 



Artielea. 



fine Imnbor .-•••••••>•.. .......•.......^.............. ................ feet. 

Oil,keroaizM gallons. 

TobACoo,lMif .-...pounds. 

Bread do... 

Hour 1)airelB. 



TMal 



Qiuttillly. 



498,680 

180, 515 

901,004 

1.650 

5,894 



TaliM. 



$10,000.80 

13, 993. 00 

98, 712. 00 

4, 915. 20 

80,604.80 



168,226.40 



FoliMo/dMarMl Mi^orff /rom ike conwXar distrM of SUma Leone to the United SUitee 

dnring ihe year ending June SOj 1S9S» 



ArtlokA. 


Qaarter ending- 


Total 


Sept 80, 1882. 


I)eo.81,1802. 


Har.Sl,1808. 


Jane 80, 1888. 


Ttimno ioofl 






$660.46 

271.10 

1,226.02 




$650.46 


Coffee 


$51.60 
7,288.29 


$72.42 


$160.24 

U, 101. 05 

286.10 


655.45 


Ginger 


28, 615. 36 


R™** eoprf ..................... 




286.10 


Hides (^nlloek} 


6,468.16 


l,662.ri 


8,122.42 
11&98 


16, 128. 30 


Iteiy .......................... 




118. 08 


Kols nnts .........■■.....■•...• 






68.60 


69.60 


Pfttanoil 


823.88 




708.24 
756.90 
600.00 


1, 527. 12 


Pepper (nd) ................... 






756.90 




600.00 


600.00 


500.00 


2,000.00 






T^itiL 


16» 117.03 


2,126.14 


12.848.12 


22,U6.99 


61, 708. 27 







BOLDINO BOWSSK, 

Coneul. 



EGYPT. 



Yetue ofes^^orte dotHaredfor ike United Siatee during the year eiUlUtg June SO, 189S. 



Bones 

Bracelets, glass.. 

Braanrsre 

Cicarettes....... 

(Mite 

Ooatinnes 

Gottoa. 

Catters, tolMMOo. 
Dstee, pressTTsd 

Yesthen 

Fnmitim. ...... 



Onioos 

Pi^sr, eigaretld. 
Pipes............ 

Pllnts 

5k« 

RiigB.ste 

»&■» IBo^ 

Hntp, siigiv..... 



QoArter ending- 



Sept 30, 1882. 



$7,839.88 



828.07 
'246,'m63 



24,076.71 



Deo. 81,1882. 



$832.04 
50.68 



1,382,884.87 

ii'42" 

7482' 



80,028.38 



13&24 



Mar. 81, 1883. 



$7,278.86 
46.86 



1,002,646.21 
88.34 



848.66 



60.03 
6.46 



21,627.08 



128.66 

87,846.14 

117.13 



June 80, 1888. 



$8,468.66 



704.67 
836.44 



158.78 
456,668.88 



78.60 
6,162.10 



1.235.68 

60,489.43 

2,812.78 



86,878.48 
8,104.13 



TotsL 



3. 



$28, 672. 40 

45.86 

704.67 

2,096.55 

50.58 

158.78 

087, 349. 49 

38.34 

12.42 

849.66 

74.32 

79.50 

6,162.10 

60.02 

6.46 

1.285.68 

127,022.46 

2,912.73 

129.65 

184,218 63 

3,408.48 



300 



COHMEBOIAL BELATIOSTS. 



TaliM of eacpcrtt d^eHaredfor f&« UnUed 8taU8, 0to.-^ontii»i6d. 



ArtlalM. 



A T.1IT AiiDBiA.—«mtlimecL 



TombM — 
Tarq noises. 
Varieties... 

Wool 

Zephyrs.... 



Total. 



Quarter ending— 



Sept 80, 1892. 



$278,085.19 



OAIBO. 



Brassmkre, etc 

Cigarettes 

Curios, inclnding antiqnities 

Embroideries 

Gum 

Jewelry , 

Photographs 

Rugs , 

Senna 

Skins, raw 

Sandries , 

Tobacco , 

Woodwork , 

Wool 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



925L43 



005.60 
49.94 



1,416,987.83 



llar.81.1898. 



01,662.40 



1,181,48&81 



905.00 



016.00 



Total. 



ALL aOTPT. 

Bones 

Brassware 

Cigarettes 

Cotton 

Corios, inclnding antiquities. 

Embroideries 

Feathers 

Gnm 

Jewelry 

Onions 

Photographs 

Prints 

Rags 

Rags, etc 

Senna 

Skins.raw 

Sundries 

Sirup-sngar 

Tobacco 

Tombac 

Woodwork 

Wool 



8,188.00 

8,855.00 

177.00 

1,168.00 



19,060.00 



Total 

Total for preceding year. 



Increase . 
Decrease. 



7,839.88 



1, 894. 07 
240,249.53 



016.00 



24,076.71 



8,189.00 

8,855.00 

177.00 



1,108.00 



299, 064. 19 
499,864.66 



200,800.46 



1,466.00 



8,784.00 



8,463.65 
8,492.00 
1,493.00 



23,698.05 



2,298.04 
1,382,994.87 



8,784.00 
251.48 



80,928.88 



8,463.66 
8,492.00 
1,080.26 



188.24 



606.66 



1,439,686.38 
947, 218. 16 



492,468.83 



686.04 

1,967.22 

14,061.21 

221.06 
8,800.84 



868.94 
2,960.74 
9,878.82 
8,072.37 
18,220.48 
71.40 
1,766.40 



57.010.1 



7,278.86 

636.94 

1,967.22 

1,002,546.21 

14,061.21 

231.06 

840.66 

8,806.84 

45.96 



868.94 



21,627.99 

2,969.74 

9,878.88 

8,802.02 

18,276.96 

97,846.14 

226.92 



1,756.40 
1,663.40 



1,189,099.79 
687, 978. 19 



001,12L60 



Jiiiie80,I86S. 



•1,314168 



219.88 
260.08 



086,290.58 



909.00 
1,807.00 



064.00 



8,027.00 

14.739.00 

6,617.00 



TdteL 



•1,242.08 

26L48 

219.33 

2,418.09 

49.94 



8,451,862.86 



867.00 



686w94 

6,307.22 

16,868.21 

221.06 

18,206.34 

964.00 

858.94 

2,950.74 

84,558.47 

86.758.37 

20,507.48 

1,289.40 

1,756.40 

807.00 



82,430.00 



8.468.60 

704.67 

1.244.44 

466,668.88 

1,807.00 



964.00 
i»162.10 



1,286.08 

00.489.48 

2,912.78 

8,027.00 

14,739.00 

0,074.01 

90,373.49 

2,104.18 

1,248.08 



627.08 



667,720.68 
600,200.01 



167,460.62 



183,706.08 



28,572.40 

1,84L61 

7.408.77 

8,067,349.49 

16,868.21 

221.06 

849.66 

18,206.84 

1,261.39 

6,162.10 

868.94 

1,235.68 

127,522.46 

6,872.47 

84,568.47 

86,888.02 

21,206.88 

194,218.88 

8,687.29 

1,242.68 

1,766.40 

2,785.99 



8,686,670.88 
2,636,331.01 



1,048,239.88 



Caibo, JiMM SO, 189S. 



X. C. LlTTLB, 



CONTINENT OF AFRICA — ^ZANZIBAB. 



301 



MOBOCCO. 



VoJme ofdeolared espcrUfrmm ihe contwla/r dUirid of 

ihs year emdiiig Jtme SO, 18^ 




to 09 UnUed SkOm Omimg 



Birdi 

Canary Be«d 

Coriander seed... 

Cummin seed 

Curios. Mooriah 

bnbroideries, Mooriah 

Goatakina 

Gam, Senegal 

Gate 



Sheep akina 

▼ataiiita 

¥oal, imwaalied 



Total. 



Qoarter ending- 



Sept. 90, 1B92. 



$eoo.oo 

40e.78 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



$700.00 
000.00 



23,592.06 



259.60 



84,404.77 



250.90 
816.00 



28,53L19 



8.00 
340.32 



Mar. 81, 1888. 



1000.00 



67.60 

1,012.66 

63.50 

297.97 

81,06L26 



24.00 



33,106.39 



25,746144 



JimaSO, 1881. 



«104.00 



83,520.67 

836.94 

86.70 



262.64 

ioilii' 



24,249.24 



ItetaL 



$1,800 00 

1,290.00 

474.28 

1,263.06 

473.50 

297.97 

111,696.08 

886.94 

86.70 

269.50 

294.64 

840.32 

204.82 



118,266.81 



F. A. Mathxws, 



ZANZIBAR. 

Vdlme of deeUurod mpwUfroim (^ oontvXar duirioi of ZanMihoit to ih$ JMM 8tate§ dmr 

ing tho year ending June 30, 189S. 



CUBiea.^ 

dovea 

CSoTeatema... 

Ebony 

Gcatokina 

Gmn anime ... 

Hid«a 

iTory 

EabW 

TortoiM BheU. 



Total. 



Qaarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$1,187.60 

22,530.80 

1,101.68 



20, 117. 42 
27, 817. 83 



190,029.88 
6.327.96 



276,U8.20 



Deo. 81. 1892. 



$2,002.67 

82, 131. 29 

200.52 

1,203.04 

2,832.67 

17,998.70 



148,184.87 
616.80 



260,068.66 



Mar. 31, 1898. 



$10,215.58 

1,604.98 

1,056.80 

1,934.58 

9,303.68 

934.66 

92,066.78 

246.36 

20.83 



117,281.56 



June 80, 1896. 



$2,240.86 



8,262.52 

16t832.92 

262.32 

114, 144. 14 

2,664.72 



188,496.88 



TotaL 



$8,190.86 

114,877.76 

6,047.39 

2,258.84 

84, 147. 19 

71,063.03 

1,186.88 

639,424.67 

9,754.84 

20.33 



T80,96L29 



O. W. Dow, 



AUSTRALASIA. 



Value of wparU dwiUkTodfoT the United Stateefcr the year endimg June SO, 189$, 



Artiolfls. 



▲DKLAIDS. 



Breeding animalB 

Eucalyptus oil 

Furs and akioB 

Seeds 

Natural history specimeos 

Patent medicines 

Personal efieota 



Total. 



STDHET. 

Kannroo and other skins. 

Coal 

Tin 

Hides 

Wool 

Returned goods 

Sundries 



Total 

Total for previous year 



Decrease 

Bullion shipnienta : 

1893 

1892 



Decrease. 
Increase . 



Quarter Ending- 



Sept 80. 1892. 



190.00 
208.77 
801,786.00 
215. 00 
20H.77 
1, 708. 20 



273,433 

37,538 

166,151 

516 

9,806 

25,004 

10,738 



513,646 



2,187,170 
1, 703, 293 



483,877 



Dec. 31, 1892. 



$120,124.94 



Mar. 81. 1893. 



#438.17 
26,612.14 



1,278.86 



107,665 

6,840 

147,956 

4,716 

228,016 

15,035 

40,725 



609,850 



8,126.975 
6,139,036 



8,012,061 



64.480 



281,326 

3.030 

101.986 

1.855 

23,670 



416,296 



NU 



29,606 



29,606 



JnneSO, 18B3. 



fl6.00 
48,834.78 



6.13 
'i29.'68' 



97.700 

60,880 

197,400 

8.390 

8.980 

10.085 

48,600 



406,676 



NU 



24.800 



24.690 



TotaL 



190.00 
647.09 
496.957.88 
215.00 
213.96 
2,986.56 
129.68 



501,240.84 



606, IS8 
98,756 

782.831 
U.661 

848.296 
62,879 

U8,828 



1,946,866 
L953,280 



6,914 

4,814.146 
6,896,426 



2.562,281 



POLYNESIA. 

HAWAIIAN ISIiAKBS. 



CONERAL XZPOBTS TO THX UlflTKD 8TATB8. 



The declared exports to the United States for the year ending June 90, 1898, were 
follows : 



Artloles. 



Qna&ttty* 



Hides, green pomida. 

Hawaiian curios oases. 

Betumed Amerloaa merchandise 

Sugar pounds. 

ferns number. 

Total 



302 



07,669 
8 



28,404,966 
183 



11,788.04 
62.60 



068.08106 
151.58 



981.207.44 



F0LTHE8IA — ^HAWAIIAN XSLANDB. 



303 



BUOAR KZPOBTS TO THX UIOTBD STATU. 



1889 
1890 

lasi 

1892 
1898 



Qnantltj. 



Fvimda. 
U, 783, 925 
17,326,898 
28,585,813 
19, 124, 257 
28,404,966 



YaliM. 



1088.818.85 

059,570.40 

1,028,937.95 

599,805.41 

988,082.05 



The past seaeon proved exceptionally faTorable to the snear-ffroweTS, the yield 
beinfi^ greater than even in 1891. The yield for the district of Hilo was 30,000 tons, 
of which 14,202^ tons were shipped direct to San Francisco, the remainder via Hono- 
lola. 

The plantations thronghont the district are said to be in a prosperoas oondition, 
md the prospect is good for a large yield the coming season. 



TBADB WITH THE UNITED STATES. 



Goods imported from the United States during the year ended Jnne 30, 1893, oon- 
listed of general merchandise, valued at $145,118.73. 

I herewith submit a statement showing the value of imports and exports ifrom and 
to the United States covering a period of four years. 



Importi. 



Sxports. 



1880 

1891 

18BS 

1883 



$180,304.17 
214,253.05 
220,850.95 
145,]ia7S 



$904,342.74 

1.030,508.95 

003, 299. 30 

991,207.44 



700, 588. 50 



8,589.858.48 



COFFEE IKDUSTBT. 

Government lands located in this district to the extent of 50,000 acres have been 
offered for lease in lots varying from 25 to 1,000 acres to coffee-growers, at a nominal 
rental, for a term of thirty years — ^the first three years to be rent free, and exemp- 
tion from tax for a term of ten years. 

Fully 8,000 acres have been taken and a beginning made in the systematic grow- 
ing of conee; 120,000 plants taken from the forest, and 8,000 seedlings from nurser- 
ies, have been transplanted and are said to be in a thriving condition, without signs 
of blight or insects injurious to coffee. The extraordinary yield or isolated trees 
foand in tiie forest indicate that nnder proper cultivation coffee will do well and 
prove to be a profitable industry. 



LABOB. 

The laborera employed in the cultivation of coffee are mainly Japanese. They 
reeeive from $12.60 to $15 per month, and are furnished with houses, fuel, and water 
it the expense of the plantation. 

They are free men, having completed their contracts as laborers on sugar planta- 
tions. As a rule, ^e Japanese prove to be diligent and faithful workers. 

Chakles Furneaux, 

Hilo, July 7, JS9S. 



304 



COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. 



HONOLiriiU. 



Valiie of declared exporU from ike consular diitrid of RonolulM €nd etgoncieo to ike 

United Siatee dwring tke year ondiing June SO, 1S9S. 



Aitiolet. 



Awa 

BananM 

Beans 

Boues 

Coffee 

Curios '.. 

Guano 

Hides and skins... 
Household goods. . 

Molasses 

Pineapples 

Beturned soods : 

MisceUaneoiu. 

Bottles 

Drums 

Kegs (beer) ... 

Whiskey , 

Bice 

Sugar 

Sperm oil 

Sundries 



Total. 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 80, 1802. 



128. 



671.6] 
68&02 



883.00 
102.50 



14. 
3. 
1, 
2, 



1. 



088.06 
211.00 
293.40 
944.60 

450.88 
407.60 
819.50 
581.00 



126, 
602, 



055.48 
199.23 



8,818.00 



Deo. 81, 1803. 



$502.50 
86,120.01 



2,188.72 

18,227.60 

1,283.83 

599.82 

1,317.50 



2,597.46 

7,927.70 

92,299.05 

636,658.47 



460.60 



Mar. 81, 1883. 



1352.60 
88,028.77 



1,170.88 



17,101.44 

1,471.60 

2,330.52 

620.50 

1,880.97 



2,744.00 



43,857.63 

8,416,435.53 

88,310.20 

1,565.46 



Juia80,1898. 



$562.60 
26,758.11 



U3.06 
8,438.80 
1,182.60 



14.700.06 
8,680.60 
8,001.42 
6,612.00 

718i46 



8,901.00 

18,340.36 

20, 290. 17 

4.608,009.34 



247.00 



TbteL 



$1,407.50 

124,574.50 

688.92 

113.08 

4.991.69 

1,235.00 

2,188.72 

60,018.15 

9,486.83 

7,316.16 

11,484.68 

12,187.31 

407.60 

819.60 

10,823.46 

21,268.05 

282.602.28 

9,162,302.57 

33,310.20 

6,074.96 



8,751,718.86 



H. W. Sktxranck, 

Coneul-Generak 



SAMOA. 



Value ofdedUvred exporieflrom ike ooneular dietrkft of Apia to ike United Siatee during 

ike year ending June SO, 189S. 



ArtiolM. 


Qnarter ending- 


ToteL 


Sept 80, 1882. 


Deo. 31. 1892. 


Mar. 81, 1888. 


June 30, 1898. 


Anthronoloirioal sDeoimena .... 








$862.82 


$852.81 
1,591.27 

S11. IS 


Copra 




$1,691.27 




Samoan onrios ................. 


$200.00 
8,638.40 


$18.00 
4,210.00 


10L18 
2,615.75 


Wreckage, old copper, iron, etc. 


2,053.80 


12,417.03 


Total 










14,976^15 













W. Blaoklocil 

Vioe Conet^Genermk 



SUPPLEMENT. 



806 
13367 OE ^20 



EUKOPE 



GEBMANT. 



ANKAB1310 Al^D EIBENSTOCK. 

The Btatement of declared exports for Annaberg, printed on paee 60, includes the 
exports declared at the Eibenstock agency. Tne following statement shows the 
exports declared at each: 

EtpcrU dmilared for f&s Untied States at Annaberg and EibeMtodk during tJie year 

ended June 30, 189S, 



ArtUdM. 



C«k ^ 

Moskal goods 

Ptperfooda 

Tb^ ftod irooden ware. 
'^niBniiniB. ........... . 



Totkl. 



Bttketo 

Bnuhes 

Cheodnl eolors 

Um and embroidexieo 

IiMeoitiimi 

^ittarcIoTeB 

Jw,0Mond 

Trtaiinliigi. ........... . 

XiMaUaneoas 



Tolid 

Qxsnd total 



Quarter ending- 



Sept 30, 1892. 



$334.90 



2,092.09 

10,855.06 

418,709.86 



1,247.40 

2,781.06 

2,825.70 

0,649.80 

18,822.26 

104,261.46 

21,300.46 

96,286.80 

8,794.00 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



1384.20 



1,255.36 

1,271.00 

164,641.45 



l,2n.60 

1,636.90 

1,031.10 

15,149.65 

11, 762. 80 

138,848.20 

21,917.80 

84,441.40 

889.25 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$515.60 

2,025.60 

558.40 

814, 337. 95 



2,090.00 
1^694.75 



8,392.85 

18, 304. 85 

134, 405. 15 

14,759.35 

112, 197. 15 

213.95 



June 30, 1893. 



$482.70 



1,867.75 

32, 194. 10 

109,615.95 



1, 146. 70 

1,287.15 

906.85 

6,549.45 

11, 675. 90 

116,462.85 

21, 950. 10 

16, 136. 75 

1,042.25 



Total for 
the year. 



$1,151.80 

615.60 

6,740.70 

44,879.15 

1,067,306.00 



1,120,592.25 



6,761.60 

7,400.76 

4,763.66 

85, 741. 76 

60.565.80 

493,977.66 

79,933.70 

258, 062. 10 

6,439.45 



951,646.45 



2,072,238.70 



BAMBEBG. 

^fctoMst showing ike value of declared exports from the consular district of Bamberg to 
ike United States during the year ending December 31, 1893, 



Artldes. 



JfAet-waze.. 
8«r 

CUog 

j^gi.*::;::::: 

?«P« 

fe:::::: 

{['"ttlluieoiia. 



Total. 



Quarter ending— 



lCar.81. 



$66,802.91 

4.209.80 

929.45 

161.28 

463.59 

47,814.78 



768.17 

69.97 

766.12 



110,535.57 



June 80. 



$06,923.93 

3,368.06 

616.38 

883. 13 



11,843.46 



877.75 
702.00 



192.97 



85,317.68 



Sept. 30. 



$76,601.05 
4,096.82 
1,46L39 



233.32 



865.36 
62L60 



83,879.54 



Deo. 8L 



$31,447.25 
2,726.66 



30,779.60 

716.38 

435.54 

1,875.83 



424.52 



68,405.78 



Total for the 
year. 



$230,275.14 

14,460.84 

2,007.22 

1,044.41 

468.60 

90, 671. 16 

716.38 

2,946.82 

8,269.40 

766.13 

424.62 

192.97 



848,188.57 



Max Frank, 
Commercial agent. 

307 



308 



COMMEBCIAL RELATIONS. 



OOIiOGN13. 

Statistical itaiemen ishowing the value of deelared exports from ike consular dMrid of 
Cologne to the United States during the four quarters of the year ending June 30, 1393, 



Artloles. 



Aniline salt and aniline oolon. . 

Books and stationery 

Cement 

Chemical apparatna 

Chocolate and confectionery. . . 

Clay pipes and clay 

Cologne water 

Dyes, chemicals, and colors .... 

Earthenware 

Fulminates 

Grease 

Gimps 

Horn strips 

Indigo auxiliary , 

Iron (Spiegel and bar) 

Leather and leather goods 

3iachinery 

Mineral water 

Orange mineral and red lead . . . 

Paper ware 

Potash 



SilEs, Telveta, and plushes, cot- 
ton-mixed 

Soap and essences 

Steel wire and rods 

Sugar (raw) 

Sundries 

Wine 

Zinc white and sine oxide 



Total 

Total for ssme quarter in 
preceding year 



Increase 
Decrease 



Quarter ending- 



Sept. 80, 1883. 



164,639.13 



20,230.95 

10,063.67 

5, 341. 66 

3,437 06 

14.770.60 

87, 673. 09 

12, 527. 88 

2,164.44 

002.67 

8,330.86 

2,902.32 

78,822.93 

64,643.40 



110,077.36 

16,841.13 

1,774.82 

60,150.82 

10.760.46 

86,919.60 

3,754.32 

16, 160. 10 



8,435.12 

67, 699. 72 

5.045.60 



677,626.50 
672,002.88 



6,624.26 



Deo. 81, 1892. 



166,816.46 

847.40 

1,725.50 

8.124.54 

14,892.55 
7,877.17 
4,772.42 
8,821.89 

21,188.61 
6,090.87 



1,422.88 

8,786.90 

654.00 

68, 050. 16 

88,821.73 



129,246.64 

18,864.27 

1,623.76 

61,442.96. 



28,686.96 
2,255.89 
9,653.09 
84,559.71 
11,589.10 
86,622.06 
11,825.80 



634,199.88 
668,587.67 



28.887.68 



Mar. 81, 1883. 



184,018.12 
206.80 



8,768.88 

17,582.64 

2,475.22 

8,660.27 

10,808.07 

14, 827. 43 

8,645.48 

1,651.13 

448.48 

2,821.22 

1,752.08 

44,802.13 

81,731.28 

1,251.71 

86,681.77 

28,300.88 

2,475.88 

68,015.86 

18,818.28 

63,103.88 

7,820.42 

82,044.62 



U, 458. 84 
81,888.58 
14,841.43 



681,801.67 
581,156.14 



746.63 



Jane 80, 1883. 



$80,826.11 
621.78 



1, 885. 15 
23,781.22 

6,498.52 

2,847.46 
14,266.56 
28,030.50 

8,466.64 



806.86 
4,81L82 



103,288.68 
40,416.61 



172,803.18 

10,206.45 

2,408.36 

64,102.81 



41,678.64 

2,721.04 

81,084.76 



8,613.61 
86,481.68 
11,870.88 



725,842.67 
661,288.10 



144,708.67 



Total for 
the year. 



$176,200.81 

1,076.17 

1,725.50 

32,613.47 

66,820.08 

22,182.57 

14,717.20 

48,667.21 

86,618.63 

28,730.28 

8,816.67 

8,110.88 

18,800.28 

5, 298. 85 

^R7%9 vOOi oft 

166,712.02 

1,251.71 

488,807.86 

78,702.84 

8,882. 42 

234,621.04 

74 



16,52L17 
188,868.47 

84,560.71 

40,007.67 
312,703.06 

53,583.82 



8,618.670.88 
8,487,881.14 



121,076.66 



CoLoomB, Jwu SO, 189S» 



WM. D. WAMRKy 



ITALY. 

CABBABA. 



Declared escpwrUfor the Vniied States during the four quarters of the year ending June SO. 

189S, 



Artides* 



Marble: 

Blocks.... 

Worked... 

Statuary.. 

Slabs 

TUes 

Chips 

Pumice stone . 

Wine 

Miscellaneous. 



Total 



Qusrter ending- 



Sept 30, 1882. 1 Dec. 81, 1882. 



$106,482.88 

2,041.16 

0,871.54 

17,668.22 

531.88 

1,017.88 

2,030.00 

77.20 



$86,068.83 

4,411.58 

14,160.50 

42,182.63 

1, 140. 12 

888.08 

886.20 



138,621.30 



158,238.45 



Mar. 81, 1893. 



$142,117.80 
8,882.19 
10,513.57 
42, 272. 48 
1,371.60 
1,660.76 
1,883.29 



203,651.10 



June 30, 1888. 



$147,816.72 
6,758.53 
18,078.18 
86, 858. 24 
2,07L18 
1,766.18 
1,863.88 



480.01 



216*784.40 



Total for tho 
year. 



$480,685.88 

17,044.46 

58.684.74 

188,883.57 

6,114.24 

4,823.81 

6,152.97 

77.20 

480.01 



716,296wa 



Alex. S. Bossnthal, 

CansuL 



SX7R0PE — PRUSSIA. 



S09 



FliORENCOE AND BOIiOONA. 

SU tt emm t §kowimg ih€ declared valM of expcrUfrom ihe oonBular dUtriei qf Fhrenee, 
Italjf, to ike Untied States dwring tkefawr quartere ef ike calendar year ending December 
SJ,1S9S. 



ArticXfla. 



AlalmittfT ntatTiTT 

Booka 

BroDses 

CbiiiAware 

HouAhold goods. . . 
Marbto ■tatoary . . . 

Moaaio goods 

Pfetarea 

SaTerwATO 

8oap 



Stmw goods 

Bndriea 

Wine, etc . . . 



Total. 



BM8 ... 

Cheeae 

CloTeraeed 
Hemp ...... 

Medicinea.. 



BOLOGNA. 



SiuhlNisketa 



Btnir goods. 

SoBdiiM 

'Wins 



Total 

QfBDd total 



Har. 81. 



$8,297.64 

7e0.80 

1,010.00 

2,427.46 

80,213.60 

13,007.60 

687.00 

11,683.77 



659.38 

19,169.46 

297,867.71 

1, 107. 76 

6.662.40 



873, 514.'66 



26.64 

2. 613. 61 

66,198.26 

22.34 

1, 208. 23 

173.70 

20,917.06 



185.60 



90,345.39 



468,859.95 



Quarter endiDg— 



Jane 30. 



$10,904.70 

1,491.13 

681.40 

715.60 

31,738.10 

18,481.16 

670.87 

20.419.08 

6,890.51 



1,967.43 
114,427.21 



7,892.41 



904,635.60 



73.34 



1,235.20 
86,935.69 



1,18&00 



89,430.23 



294,067.82 



Sept 80. 



$26,191.43 
526.16 



2,560.82 
13,061.05 
20,206.36 



10,618.45 
8,828.47 



128,508.23 

318.04 

6,746.75 



Deo. 81. 



$iai76.00 
1,415.20 



1,012.00 
3,464.20 
9,600.00 



5,018.40 
2,000.40 



7,877.20 

311,921.32 

86.00 

11,677.80 



217,964.36 



15.44 



24,600.70 



277.92 

480.14 

11,562.37 



87,026.57 



854,960.93 



263,148.12 



23, 190. 31 

751.54 

458.92 

2,139.39 

U, 642. 20 
165.98 
129.12 



38,377.46 



301,526.56 



Total for the 
calendar 



$86,569.87 

4,192.28 

l,t9L40 

6,706.87 

617,476.95 

61,804.11 

1,257.87 

47,649.70 

16,725.38 

669.38 

29,014.09 

788, 724. 47 

1,512.89 

82,769.36 



1,069.262.63 



88.78 

26.64 

8,848.81 

200,014.96 

773.88 

8,138.07 

2,793.28 

44,021.62 

165.98 

314.78 



255,181.66 



1,314.434.28 



RUSSIA. 



James Ykknk Long, 

Ckmeul, 



^i^ortt declared far ike Uniied States during the four quarters of (he gear ending June SO, 

1893. 



Articlee. 



CUftUns... 
Cittkhair. 
Ciinihi seed 
Gnatskins.. 
llstehea... 
ibrae 



UBKAU. 



Total 



CiuDel'a hair and wool of alieep. 
Bofie, goat, and lamb aki