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Statistics of Tool in the United States.

III.

Total.....

Exports,
NET INPORTE.

FINK WOOL.
FISCAL Total Domestic

Production Retained
Classes
Class

Retained
YEAR.

Preceding

Per

fur Cou-
ind
Imports.
I. and ul.

for Con-
Forcign.

Year.

Cent, of sumption.

sumption. Foreign. l'ounds Pounds.

Pounds. l'ounds. Pounds. Pounds, l'ounds. 1993-94.. 55,15,585 6,497,054 7,167,380 49,007,798 348,538,139 397,193,069 355,185,271 2.02 1591-90. 204,0x1,490 6,62,190 99,85,318 105,102,107 325,210,712 524,722,428 419,319,921 23. 46 189:-0. 230,911,473 12,972,217 126,960,355 97,918,593 294,290.726 512.35 982 414,317 100 30.64 1840-97. 350.672,126 8,700,8 235,23,735 112.141,457 272,474,708 614,627,365 502,485 908 46.84 1897-98 132,195,122 2.2.471 47,180,033 82.810,437 259,153, 251 389,322,582 304,512,145 15.50 1898-99.

70,735209 14,45,335 3,343,870 60,947,423 206,720,674 329,361 558 268,387,135 1.25 1699-1900). 153,918,453 7, 1:2,5-7 44,680,424 105,525,783 272,197,330 420,197,228 314,671,445

14 20 190.-01.. 103.53,005 3,790.067 32,363,844 67127,159 288,6:36,621 388.430,059 321,502,400 10.10 1901-02 165,576.905 3,227,941 69,315,286 93,842,199 307,602,382 455,861,407 371.694.390 18.65 1912-03. 177,137,740 3,111,914 54,747,533 119,397,208 316,341,033 489,966,914 370,769,646 14.63 1903-04.. 173,749,234 3,152,803 58,499,615 114.$50,236 287, 150.000 458,010,031 345,129,795 16.22 1904-05. 249,135,746 9.61.648 131.407 321 112,92,736 291,785,039 638,357,130 426,066,402 81.64 1905-06. 201,089.668 5,04:2.859 98,536,137 97,902,153 295,488,438 491,534,247 893,632,094 24.99 1906-07 203,847,5-15 3,116,748 91,726,655 108,858,982 298,715,1301 499,115,927 390,226,945 23.50

The wool statistics on this page were prepared by W. J. Battison, of Boston, for the National Association of Wool Manufacturers.

THE WORLD'S PRODUCTION OF WOOL. ('0' THIES,

Pounds
COUNTRIES
Pounds. COUNTRIES.

Pouuds.
North America.
Europe:

Asia-(ontinued: United Statest. 291.783,032 Great Britain and

Asiatic Turkey... 33 000,000 British Provinces.. 12,000.00 Irelandt

133, 124,762 china.

35, XX), 000 Mexico.... 10,000,000 France.

91,000,00 All other Asia...... 15,000,000 Spain

102, 600.000
313,783.032 Portucal
13.410.000 Total....

274,000,000
(
Germiny

49,500,000 Central America

Italyt.

21,451.0 Africa: Austria-Hungary

5.000.000 und West Iudies.

30, 425,000 64.300,000 Algeria and Tunis. Rusyin, inc. Poland, 361,100.000 Cape Colony, Natal,

Siteden & Norway. 8,200,000 Grange Free State 100,000,000 South America: ||Turkey and Balkan

Egypt

3.000.00 Argentina,

370.000.000 Peninsula... 67,500.000 all other Africa... 1,000,000 Bruil..

1.500.000 All other Europe, 14,000,000 Chile. 7.500.000

Total......

134.425,000 Uruguay.

90.000,00)
Total....

926,275, 762
Venezuela
15,000,000

Australasia.

480,000,000 All other Soutli

Asia:

Oceanica

50,000 Americu... 20,000,000 Russia

60.000.000 Central Asia.

46.000.000 Grand total.. 2,643, 533,794 510,000,000 British India, 85,000.00 • The enre th latest complete returns, and are for 1904-03. Those of the United States for 1905, washed and unwasbed, are 295,428,135 pounds. | Flevce washed.

WOOL MANUFACTURES.

(From Census Bulletin No. 74.) The period intervening between the censuses of 1900 and 1905 was an unusually prosperous season for the industries which use wool as chief raw material, namely:

Woollen Koods, Worsted goods, carpets and rugs, other than ragi felt goods, and wool hats. The 1.213 establishments engaged in wool manufacture in 1905 were distributed thus: Woollen goods. 792; Worsted goods, 226; carpets and rugs, 139; felt goods, 39, and wool hats, 17. The total capital invested was $370,861.691. There was an increase in every industry except trool hat manufacture, Where there was a decrease of 19.7 per cent. The average number of wage-earners in the several industries was 179,978. Materials used in the wool manufucture cost $212.561,098.

The total value of products, $380,034,003, is made up of the output of woollen mills, $142,186,65%; of worsted goods factories, $165,715,032; of carpet and rug factories, $61,580, 433; of felt goods factories, $8,948,594, and of wool hat factories, $2,457,260.

Massachusetts held first rank in the total value of products of all branches, and in value of worsted goods and woollen goods; Pennsylvania was first in the manufacture of Carpets and rugs, and New York led in the manufacture of felt goods and wool hats. The cities of Philadelphia. Pa.; Lawrence, Mass., and Providence, R. I., are still the leading centres of wool manufacture.

In 1905 the worsted manufacture exceeded that of woollen goods in capital, cost of materials, and value of products. An indication of the change of fashion from woollen to Worsted goods is the decrease in woollen yarn purchased from 38,903,178 pounds in 1900 to SS,141.488 pounds in 1905, coincident with an increase in worsted yarn from 34,377.736 pounds in 1900 to 43,403.703 in 1905. The quantity of scoured wool consumed in the woollen iranufacture was 252,194,618 pounds, and the total quantity of yarns purchased was 203,079,701 pounds, costing $59.004,637. Cotton, either alone or mixed with wool, has largely supplanted wool as the material of a great number of fabrics. There are important increases in the silk yarn used and in the yarn of jute, ramie, and other vegetable fibres.

The principal machinery was 5,968 cards, 1,549 combing machines, 4,021,098 spindles, and 77,983 looms.

Total .......

Sugar Production.

MULHALL gives the following estimates of the production of cane and beet sugar in the world in English tons from 1840 to 1898; and Willett & Gray, New York, for the years following: YEARS. Cane. Eeet. Total.

YEARS.

Cane. Beet. Total. YEARS, Cane. Beet. Total
Tone Tons. Tn.
Tons. Ton, Tons.

Tons. T:15. Tons, 1840.. 1,100,000 50,000 1,150,000 1890... 2,580,000 3,780,000 5,360.000 1903.... 4,163.941' 5,756,720 9.930.661 1850.. 1.900.000 200.00 1,400.00 1899.. 2,854.000 4,600,00 7,500,000 1*4... 4,619.29 4,918,480 9,535,76 1860.. 1,830,000 400,00 2.230.000 1900, 2.439,500 6.603,514 8,148,041 1905. 4.906,083 7,237,717 12,143,799 1870. 1,850,000 90.000 2,750,000 1901.. 3,657,416 6,0*0,939 9.724,355 1906... 6,733,625 7,217,366 13,250,993 1880. 1.860,000 1,810.000 3,670.000 1902.... 4.070,82 6,933 1874 10.993,769 1907... 7,361,936 7.150,010 14,511,946

The production of sugar in 1900-1907 by sugar-growing countries, in lus of 2, 240 pounds, as reported by Willett & Gray, was:

COUNTRIES,
Cane Sugar.
COUNTRIES.
Cine Sugar.
COUNTRIES.

Beet Sugar. Louisiana.. 230.000 Java, 1,011.546 United States.

4:33,010 Porto Rico ....... 210.000 Hawaii 390,000 Viermany.

2,258,000 Cuba, 1,427,673 Queensland

182,00) Austria

1,344.0%) British West Iudies. 122,000 Mauritius

220,000 France.

750,00 Hayti and 8. Domingo. 60.000 Demerara

117,000 Russia.....

1,170,000) Peru 130.000 Argentina 118.817 Belgium.

28:3, (XX) Brazil 215,000 | Philippines

75.000 Tolland

181.000) Beet sugar production in the Cnited States in 1906 07, by states, in ton of 2.240 pounds: Ways consin, 16.071; Michigan, 78, 189: Nebraska, 1:3,312; (olorado, 153, 295; Utalı, 36,530, Idaho, 23, 118: California, 79, 464; all others, 29,731. Total, 433,010.

CONSUMPTION OF SUGAR. Licht's estimate of consumption of sugar of all kinds in various countries in 1906 per capita in pounds was: Germany, 43; Austria, 24; Franre, 36; Spain, 10; England, 02; Switzerland, 53; United States, (W&G) 76: Russia, 20; Netherlands,39: Denmark, 71;11alv; 7; Belgium,33: Turker. 10.

The consumption of sugar in the United States in the calendar year 1906, estimated by Willett & Gray, of New York, was : Imported (including 313,857 tons Ha

Domestic Maple...

6,000 waiian, 193,978° Porto Rican, and

Domestic Beet

300, 317 41,900' Philippine sugar)..

2,281,599 Domestic, manulactured from imported

Domestic Total

582,414 molasses

8,150 Total product consumed in the U. S....2,864,013 Domestic Cane............

267,947 or 76.1 pounds per capita.

Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa.
(From Report of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor.)

Coffee.-Sources of supply in 194. Exports from collee-growing countries in pounds.
Brazil

..1,600,000,000 Haiti and Santo Domingo.......... 71,000,000 Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador,

British Il est Indies..

11.000.000 Peru, and Chile.. 200,000,000 'British East Indies

58,0,0) Central America........... 105.000,00 Dutch East Iudies...

1:35, 000.000 Mexico....

35,000,000

Total........ Cuba and Porto Rico 18.000.000

.2, 299,000,000 Consumption of leading countries in 1904, iu pounds. United States, 960,579,000 Austria-Hungary.

108,687,000 Germany 306, 205,000 Holland,

28,9:30.00) France 167,5.72,000 (reat Britain and Ireland.

25.783,0) Belium 125, 111.000 (anada..

6, 188,00) Imports of coffen in the United States, rear ending June 30.1907, were : From Prazil. 778,559,501 pounds, value $57,579,591. Other South America, 105, 281.077 pounds: valne 9.250,551 ('entral America, 64, 432,202 pouuds; Value $7,301,600. The remainder in smaller quantities from other countries.

Tea.--Sources of supply in 1904: Exports from principal tea-growing countries in pounds, British India 208, 049,000 Japan..

08.39.000 ('bina .193,467, 000 Java.....

23,595.000 Ceylon (1903)

149,2-7,000 Figures of total production in each of these countries exceed total exports, except China, about whose consumption there are no available statisties.

Consumption of leading countries in 1904. in pounds. Great Britain and Ireland .256,660,000 Canada (1903).

23,269.00 Russia... 120,829.000 Netherlands.

8.778.00 United States .109.62:3, 000 Germany

6.903. ON) Australia (1900) 29, 266.000 France

2, $40.00) The number of pounds of tea consumed per capita was: Great Britain and Ireland, 6.09, Cuted States, 1.34; Russia. 0.95; Anstralia, 6.93; Canada, 5.60; France, 0.06; (iermany, 0. 12,

The imports of tea in the United States in the fiscal year 1907 were 86.362, 490 pounds, valued at 813. 915,544. Of this 37,411,053 pouuds were imported from Japan and 31,233,259 pounds from China.

Cocca.-World's production of cocoa, 1903, in pounds: Ecuador, 46,500,000; San Thomé (Portuguese Africa), 45,000,000; Brazil, 4:3,000.000; Trinidad, 29,000,000; Venezuela, 25.000.000; Santo Domingo, 10,000,000; Grenada, 13,000,000; all others, 37,500,000. Total production, 260,000.000

World's consumption of cocoa, 1903, in pounds: United States, 63.000.000: Germany. 43.000,000; L'rance, 41,000.000; Great Britain, 35,000,000; Neiberlands, 33,000,000; Spain, 12,500,000; all others, 33,000,000.

The importation of raw cocoa into the United States in the fiscal year 1907 was 92 249 819 pounds, and of chocolate 3,541,961 pounds. There has been an immense lucrease in the importation of cocoa in the past ten years,

Steamboats from Manhattan, New Xork City,

TO LANDINGS ON THE HUDSON RIVER DURING SEASON OF NAVIGATION

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150 Albany, Peoples (night) Line 82.00 (anal (1). 71 Milton (Mary Powell). $0.75l Desbrosses (C) 150 Albany (Day Line).

2.00 Desbrosses (C) 09 Newburgb(Cent'l Hud. Line) .50 Franklin(s). 120 Athens.... 1.36 Christopher. 59 Vewburgh (Day Line)

.75 Desbrosses (c) 96 Barrytown.

1.00 Christopher. 59 Newburgh (Mary Powell). .75 Desbrosses (c) 115 Catskill (Night Line). 1.25 Ch'topher(s)'04 X Hamburg (Mary Powell) .75 Desbrosses ic) 116 Catskill (Day Line).... 1.50 Desbrosses (c) 64 N. Hamb'g (Cent.Fud. Line) .75 Franklin (n. 52 Cold Spring.. .50 Franklin (1). 26 Nyack..

.30 Bloomfi'd (!) 75 Cornwall (Cent'l Hud. Line) .50 Franklin (/). 34 Ossining.

25 Franklin. 55 Cornwall (Mary Powell).. .75 Desbrosses (c) 45 Peekskill..

.40 Bloomfi'd (g) 127 Coxsackie. 1.35 Ch'topher(s), 75 Poughkeepsie.

.75 Franklin (S). 84 Esopus

.90 Franklin ((). 75 Poughkeepsie (Day Line). 1.00 Desbrosses (c) 59 Fishkill, by Ferry from Newburg. See Newbury. 15 Poughkeepsie (Mary Powell) .75 Desbrosses (C) 59 Fishkill (Cent'l Hud. Line). .57 Franklin. 90 Rbinebeck (Rhineclift) 1.00 Christopher. 50 Garrison, by Ferry from West Point.

30 Rockland Lake..

.40 Bloomfi'd(g) 110 Germantown. 1.25 Christopher. 92 Rondout.

.90 Franklin (/). 35 Haverst raw....

.40 Bloomti'd(g) 92 Rondout (Mary Powell).. 1.00 Desbrosses (C) 76 Highland. .76 Franklin, 100 Sangerties

1.00 Christopher. 48 Highland Falls (M. Powell). .75 Desbrosses (C) 124 Stockport......

1.35 Christopher. 48 Highland Falls.. 50 Franklin . 100 Tivoli

1.00 Christopher. 120 Hudson..

1.25 (h'topher(s) 156 Troy (Citizen's (night) Line) 1.50 W. 10th. 120 Hudson (Day Line).. 1.50 Desbrosses (c) 95 L'Isier Landing.

1.00 Christopher. 80 II yde Park.

1.00 Christopher. 50 West Point ((ent. Hud. Line) .50 Franklin (). 90 Kingston Point (Day Line). 1.25 Desbrosses (c) 50 West Point (Day Line).

.76 Desbrosses (c) 106 Malden....

1.25 ('h'topher( 1 ) 50 West Point (Mary Powell). .75 Desbrosses (c) 67 Marlboro (Cent'l Hud. Line) .75 Franklin (1). 17 Yonkers

.15 Bloomfi'd (0) 71 Milton .75 Franklin (n). 17 Yonkers (Day Line).

25 Desbrosses (C)

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20 Atlantic Highlands, X. J... $0.60 W. 42d St. 40 Huntington, L. I............ $0.50 30, E. R. Bedloe's(Liberty) Isid.. Exc.. .25 Battery. 25 Keyport, X. J.

. 30 9 E. R. 226 Boston, vice Fall River. *2.65 Warren. 34 L. Branch, C.R.R.X.J. Boats 1.00 W.424 St.t 23 Boston, riu New London. *2.60 Clarkson (h). 34 Long Branch, Patten Line.. .35 Bloomfield(e) 220 Boston, ric Providence Line 13.65 Murray. 138 Middletown, Ct...

1.60 Peck slip. Boston, Joy Line, Direct. 1.75 (atharine. 40 New Brunswick, N.J.

.50 55, E. R. 60 Bridgeport, Ct..... .50 Peek Slip 78 New Haven, Ct...

.75 Peck Slip (h). 5 College Point, LL...

. 10 E. 991 h.
78 New Haven, Stariu's Line

.75 Dey. Coney Island (in Summer).. 25 Pr. 1, X.R, (a) 120 New London, ('t.....

1.50 Clarkson. 20 David's Island.

Pass Wall.
120 Vew London, Ct.

1.00 Roosevelt. 11 Elizabethport, N. J.

.159, E R.
15. Newport, R, I.

1.75 Warren. 10 Essex, (t. s.. 1.50 Peck Slip. 46 Northport, LI..

.76 Jackson St. 177 Fall River, Mass.. "1.70 Warren. 120 Orient, L.I.....

1.508, E. R. 177 Fall River, Mass. (New Line 1.00 10, E. R. 25 Perth Amboy, X. J.

.25 9, E. R. Fishing Banks.. . Exc. .75 E 1816 (). 34 Pleasure Bay, X.J.

.35 Bloomfield(e) l'ishing Banks... Exc. .75 W.22d (). 29 Port Chester, N. Y.

35 30, E. R. Ft.llanilton, Ft. Wadsworth Pass Wall.

184 Providence, R. I.

12.75 Yurray. Fori Schuyler, Ft. Hancock. Pass Wall.

184 Providence, R.I., Joy Line.. 1.00 Catharine. Ft. Slocuni, Fi. Totten...... Pass Wall. | 35 Red Bank, N, J......... Exc. .50 Franklin, 24 Glen Cove, L.I..

.408, E. R.
140 Sag Harbor, L.I..

1.508, E. R.
. Governor's Island..
Pass Whitehall. 102, Saybrook, (t.s.

1.30 Peck Slip. 18 fireat Seck, L. I....

. 108, E. R.
30 Seabright, X. J.

.35 Bloomfield(e) 125 Greenport, L. I... 1.508, E. R. 130 belter Island, L.I..

1.508, E. R. 30 Greenwich, (t.... 3030, E. R. 36 Stamford, ('t....

.35 30 E.R. I 164) Hartford, Ct... 1. 50 Peek Slip. 5 St. George, SI..

.05 Whitehall. 25 Highlands, N. J. .35 Franklin. 24 Tottenville, S, I..

.259, 25) Ilighılands, NJ

35 Bloomfield(e)

1

-25,9, E. R.

• Winter rate; Summer rate, 81 extra. + Runs in Summer only.

* Lands at E. 32d St. also. & Runs until close of navigation. (a) Lands also at W. 220 St. (c) Lands at W. 42d St. and W. 1296 h St. (d) Lands also at Pier I, N. R. (e) Lands also at Battery. (1) Lands also at W. 129th St. (g) Lands also at W'. 420 St. (h) Lands at E. 22d St. also. (i) Lands at E. 24th St, also.

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HOGS PACKED AND MARKETED, YEAR ENDING MARCH 1, 1907.

Number of
CITIES.

Number of
CITIES,

Number of
Hogs.

CITIES.
Hogs.

Hogs. Chicago , .

560, 262 other Places East... 924,889 Kansas City 3, 157, 174 Cleveland

600, 298 Receipts New Omaha, 2, 193, 091 Louisville....

214,034 York, PhiladelSt. Louis. 1,765,502 Sioux City.

1,042, 998 phia, and Balti-
St. Joseph.
1,844,751 St. Paul

877, 126
more......

2,750,304 Indianapolis. 1, 476.859 Nebraska City.

211,156 Milwa'kee&Cudahy 1,062,626 Other Places West, 3,138, 616 Total 1907

30,978,000 Cincinnati.... 586.612 | Boston......

1, 239,000

1966.

31,273,000 Ottumwa... 671,928 Buffalo..

62.00

1905.

29, 691.000 DISTRIBUTION OF HOG PRODUCTS EXPORTED FROM THE UNITED STATES IN 1905-06.

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Bacox.

Pokk.
COUNTRIES.

Quantities,

Values.
Quantities,

Valtes.

Quantities,
Pounds.

Quantitis,

Values.
Pounds,

Values.
Pounds.

Pounds.
United Kingdom. 241,903,704 $19.511,95 113,526,165 $17,759,836 2811,280,69 $28, 277,030 86,107,510 $7,708,56R
Belgium

37,729,055 3,05 7,758 3,604,181 387,891 23,261,441 2,133,393 5,640.813 418,616 France... 5,427,171 436,443 20,604

1,719 112,71%
10,933 11,00

3,190 Germany.

210,277.836 19,592,696 1,194,911 195,910 14,625,495 1.365,681 8.053,727 614.260 Netherlands.

80,038,250 6,457,096 1,219,730 114,974 11.71-4,345 1,030,010 6,176,7691 473,148 Other Europe.

50,460,01 4,142.898 1.420,979 150,263 19,588, 738 1,829,809 8,707,636 656,047 British North America.. 8,381,618 703,270 2,562,587 432,470 2,437,4.4 93,478 16.8.12.780 1,037,00 Other countries..

77,306,1071 6,270,705 9,184,791 1,109,948 9,189,780 905,559 23,644,730 1,819,957 Total

741,616 886 $60.132,091' 194,267,949 $20.075,511' 341,910,563 435,845,79.3 155,265,150 $12,9-43,046

Production of Poultry and Eggs. The Census of 1900 gave the production of poultry in the Census year in the United States as 250, 623, 114. The enumeration covered chickens, guinea fowls, turkeys, geese and ducks three months old and over. The largest production was in Iowa, 20,043,343, and the next largest, Illinois, 17,737, 262.

The production of eggs in the Census year 1900 in the United States was 1.293,682, 433 dozen. The leading production by states was lowa, 99,621,920 dozen; Ohio, 91,766, 630; Illinois, 86.402, 670; Missouri, 85, 203,290 Kansas, 73,190,390; Indiana, 70.782.200; Pennsylvania, 67,038, 180, New

York, 62, 096,690; Texas, 58,040,810; Michigan, 54,318, 410: all'in dozens.

The report of the Census of 1900 showed 3. 29 poultry per capita, and 17 dozen eggs per capita per annum for the United States.

Dairy Products. THE Twelfth Census (Bulletin 189) presented the following condensed analysis of the dairy industry of the United States for the l'ensus year 1500: Cows kept for milk on farms..

...... number.. 17,139,674 Cows kept for milk not on farms...

'973,033 Total number of cows kept for milk

18,112,707 Milk produced on farms.....

-gallons..7, 266, 392, 674 Milk produced not on farms......

* 462, 190,676 *Total gallons of milk produced..

-7.728,583,350 Butter made on farms..

pounds .1,071,745, 127 Butter made in factory creameries

420, 126,546 Butter made in urban dairy establishments.

8:27, 470 Total pounds of butter made......

1, 492, 699,113 Cheese made on farms.

pounds.. 16,372,330 Cheese made in factories.

281, 972.324 Cheese made in urban dairy establishments..

662,164 Total pounds of cheese made.

299,006,818 Condensed milk produced

.. pounds.. 186,921.787 • Estimated

Wine Production of the world. The following table shows estimates of wine production in gallons by the principal wipe-producing countries according to the French publication Moniteur Vinicole, and is for the year 1905. COUNTRIES. Gallons. COUNTRIES. Gallons.

COUNTRIES,

Gallons, France (inc, Algeria

Roumania.
52,840,000 Brazil..

5,600,000 and Tunis). 1,710.900,000 || Argentine Repub... 34.350,000 Cape Colony..

4,490,000 Italy 856,520,000 Turkey.

34,350,000|| Azores, Canary and Spaip..... 428,000,000 United States.

84,000,000 Madeira Islands.. 3,830,000 Austria-Hungary. 192,800.000 Bulgaria.

29,100,000 Uruguay..

2,780,000 Portugal.. 108,330.000 Switzerland. 22,190,000 i Peru

2,400.000 Germany

Australasia.
7,925,000 Bolivia.

610,000 Russia 76.620,000 Servia....

6.605,000
74,200,000 | Oceanica..

6,605,000
Total........

13,775,060,000

Chile.....

Production of Liquors and lines in the United States. PRODUCTION OF FERMENTED LIQUORS AND DISTILLED SPIRITS.

Production of Distilled Spirits, Exclusive of Brandy Distilled from Fruit YEAR

Total Pre-
Fermented

Production
ENDING
Bourbon Rye

duction of

Pure Nentrall
Alcohol.

of Fruit
Liquors.
JUNE 30.

Rum.
Whiskey.

Gin.
Whiskey.

Distilled
Spirits. Brandy.t

Spirits.1 Barreis. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons, Gallons. Gallous. Gallons. 1695..... 33,589,784 18,717,153 12,321,5443 8,919,923 1,777,083 1,176,669 21,564,938 1.961),176 81,909,771 1896. 35,839,255 16,935,5*2 9,153,066 9,969,301 1, 1971,888 1,098,376 25.561,738 3,403,832 89.99,555 1-97.

21,459,822 6.113.76 4,069,220 9,613.3.13 1.994.157 1,159.314 16,511.306 1.512,197 64.279.075 1998

87,529,339 13,439.459 8,818,240 11,672,795 1,346,547 1,267,580 20,613.205 2,906.199 83.668,411 1-99

36,697,624 17.256,331 10.792.365 11.471.3.4 1,191.379 1,266,823 25,976,929 3,097,769 100.152,34 1900

39,471.593 19.411,999 14,296,369 10.7.35,771 1.614.314 1,397,081 24.173,671 3,760.451 1:19:45,187 1901

40.614.258 26,909,804 18,63,709 10.173.117 1,194,989 1,636.200 30,8.804 4,047.-02 1:8,554,-01 10:

44,550,1:7 20,336,230 91,587,21 11.183,05 2,202,047 1,75: 281 37,429,734 4,320,100 1 101.441 1903

46.790.179 96,068.555 92,107,033 19.034.1:7 2,047.907 1,913,404 54,620,400 6.430,673 112.905, 99

48,265,168 20.217,089 18,371.313 11.-6,082 1,301.179 9,110.216 37.997.506 5.193,869 1:39,505, 14 105

49.329,029 26,742,16% 90,410.422 11.610.749 1,91,987 2,187.709 60.914.811 3.44.884 13.1.-5.278 1906..

54.794.553 24.968,913 21,469,720 11.173,614 1.730.102 2.323.289 59.696.733 4,144.012 130,110,191 *Of not more than 31 gallons. tIncluding apple, pesch, and gripe. Ineliuding also high wines and miscellaneous spirits.

The production of wines in the United States in 1900 was 24,306 905 gallons, of whirn California produced 14,620,000, New York 2,528,250, and Ohio 1,934,838 gallons. The total proluction in 1902 was 29,05, 200 gallons.

Xmportation of Spírits, Malt Liquors, and wines

INTO THE UNITED STATES, IN QUANTITIES,

1901. 1905. 1806. 1007. Malt Liquors, in bottles or jugs, gallons.

1,467.750 1.362,069 1.582.619 2,041, 688 not in bottles or jugs, sullons

3,197,953 3,836, 487 4,305, 033 5,165, 920 Spirits, Distilled and Spirituous Compounds, Brandy, proof gullons.....

390,988 403,386 470,433 629,333 Spirits, Distilled and Spirituous Compounds, all other, proof gallons.

2, 238,838 2,368, 366 2,639,680 3,270, 226 Spirits, domestic manufacture, returped, gallons.

471, 596 316, 469 177, 489 162, 072 Wines, Still Wines in casks, gallons.....

4,007,691 3,973,919 4,482, 499 5,213,458 Still Wines in bottles, dozen..

471,153 488.773 546, 088 636.838 Champagne and other sparkling, dozen.

336, 245 372, 811 415,394 419, 4033 VALCES.

$2,313,325 $2,405,314 $2,738.855 $3,408,763 Spirits, Distilled and Compounds.

4.957,507 5,005,058 6.3:24,767 6,886.601 Wines..

9.391,870 10, 241,921 10,993,968 11, 808, 781

Malt Liquisfied

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l'nited states
1.49 1.191,395 43,316.36 +121.101.997 Belgium

395,985,988 7,948,200 9.845.00 ligited King.lom. 1.500),209,00 16.646.933 58,319,173 Italy

6,725,000 1,043,9 1.04 11.150.400 Russia

11,633,92 *25,000.00 172,550,500 Austria-Hungary 545,574,043 119,918,000 120.000.000 Ciermany 1,782.778,000 11,583.000 14,313,30 Denmark

63,218.000

* 4.000.000 From. 9,103,000 1,142.-30.600 97,177,965 Sweden.

44,140,000 89.200 10,730,500 Spain *9,000,000 $21.516,000) Portugal

87,149,00 Estimated. Returns retir 1913, exr-p: l'oited States and United Kingdomn, 1904, France, wali, 1904; Rousin and Austria-Huary, 1901, Italy, wine, 1902; sweden, wine, 1900. Distilled spirito.

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