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19, 1902, inclusive, 18.033 immigrants ar-
rived in Cuba, of whom 13,642 were Span-
ish, 721 Porto Ricans and 948 Americans.
SUGAK PRODUCTION The progress of sugar
production in Cuba and some of the vicis-
situdes to which it has been subjected are
indicated by the following figures showing
approximately the quantities produced in
the years named:
Year. Torts. Year. Tons.
1800 10 000 1 S9 - - R1 noo


c.'iit forty-year bunds, $4.000,000 of which
was to lie devoted in the relief of the agri-
cultural interests and the rem'ainder t" the
payment of the army and other war ex-
penses. The bill was passed by the senate
Aug. 5 and by the house Sept. 9.
IMPORTS INTO THE UNITED STATES
FROM CUBA.
Fiscal years ended June 30.


ARTICLES.


am.


1902.




16,968

395.409
128.825
407.345
310.484
833.013
549.543


$3.267
284..S13
108,496
633,553

268.884
692.9t>3
951,041


Cocoa, crude


Copper


Bananas




Wood


Other free articles
Total free


2,091,587
'230,009
57:;,014
190.754
30.373.090
991. 1TO
119,311
9,715,538
2,292.486
31.002
207,551


2,644.017

o77.1T7
1. 109.205
195,730
18.20T>.:ffi'
882.393
99,337
8.478,960
2,317.581
73.233
311.089


Dutiable Fruits .. .




Sponges


Sugar, cane


Molasses


Tobacco, leaf*


Tobacco, leaf






Other dutiable articles-
Total dutiable.


40,731.501
43.423.088


82.050.6tl7
34.694.lWt


Total


EXPORTS FROM TI1E UNITED STATES
TO CUBA.


ARTICLES.


SOI.


1902.




f2.079.918
3,180.232
633.511
451.312
1,018.559
14,814
380.037
477.045
3,790.985
474.9-.-9
309.0HO
531.536
240.004
5490,036
148.801
024.970
1.539.355


$1.924.8b2
3.400,937
401.285
426,029
1, 079.852
307.752
378.081
314.204
4.325.314
640.628
180.9IS
587,437
233.125
5.607.519
'138,653
684,678
1.905.607




Cars, etc


Chemicals






Cotton




) 1894 1 054 000


Eggs


1830 !tJ 00(


) 1895 1 004 000


Iron and steel




) 1896 225 000


Leather, shpes


1850 300 00(


> 1897 212 000


Malt liquors ,...


1859 536 0(K


1898 305 000


Oils


1868 749,0(H
1876 590,00(


1899 336,000
1900 284.000


Paper
Provisions


1878 . ... 533,000 1901 875,000
1885 631,000 1902 826,646
1890 632,000


Vegetables
Wood


CUBAN LOAN The most important meas-
ure before the Cuban congress was .that
authorizing a loan of $35,000,000 in 5 per


Total


24.100.453


25,012.109


'Suitable for cigar wrappers.




DISTANCES TO INSULAR POSSESSIONS.


i, P. R., 1,425 miles.


San Francisco to Honolulu. 2,089 miles.
San Francisco to Manila, 6,789 miles.
San Francisco to Tutulla. 4,408 miles.
San Francisco to Guam, 5,589 miles.


New York to San Jua
New York to Manila,
Tampa to Key West,
Key West to San Jua


11,361 miles.
250 miles,
a, P. R., 1,050 miles.


:s.


HEALTH KESORTS OF THE UNITED STAT1


(Figures for temperature and rainfall are yearly averages.)


PLACE.


I'im?' Tm P' Rain rVd U
$$; Deg, In. days.


Eleva- . r , rll ,
PLACE. tian. V"f
Feet. De/ J~


Hit in Cr<Jy
In. days.


Aiken S. C


570 61 48 ..
1,194 54 45 106
13 52 39 103
5.978 47 14 57
5,182 50 13 53
51 54 47 107
3,873 54 7 23
6,711 49 20
267 K> 5 33


Phrenix. Ari 1.


068 69
262 5-
686 09
3 60
796 54
557 40
248 68
40 72


6 35
10 lltl
23 10'.'
18 73
15 37 1
39 129
51 97
2.5 25


Asheville. N.C


Salt Lake Citv. 4,


Atlantic City


San Antonio, Tex. . .
Santa Barbara. Cal..
Silver City. N.M 5
SaranacLake. N.Y.. 1
Thomasville, Ga
\urna, Ari


Colorado Springs




Las Truces. N.M
Las Vegas Springs
Los Angeles. Cal



FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS. lfi


JForctgn (5c

Rulers and cabinets of the leading countries, w
tion, exports

GREAT I

GOVERNMENT King, Edward VII.; heir-
apparent, George Frederick, duke of Corn-
wall and duke ot York. Cabinet:
I'rime Minister, First Lord of the Tieas-
u ry iiLitl Lord Privy Seal Ht. Hon. Arthur
J. Half our.
Lord High Chancellor The earl of Hal/
bury.
Lord President of the Council The duke
of Devonshire.
Secretary of State for Colonies Ht. Hon.
Joseph Chamberlain.
Secretary of State for Home Affairs Rt.
Hon. Aretas Akers-Douglas.
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
The marquis of Lousdowne.
Secretary of State for War Rt. Hon. W.
St. John Brodrick.
Secretary of State for Indian/ Affairs
Lord George Hamilton.
First Lord of the Admiralty The earl of
ISelborue.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rt. Hon. C.
IT. Ritchie.
Lord Chancellor of Ireland Lord Ash-
bourne.
Chief Secretary for Ireland Mr. George
Wyndham.
Secretary for Scotland Lord Balfour of
Burleigh.
President of the Board of Trade Rt.
Hon. Gerald Balfour.
President of Local Government Board Rt.
lion. Walter H. Long.
President of Board of Agriculture Rt.
Hon. Robert W. Hanbury.
President of Board of Education Marquis
of Londonderry.
Postmaster-General Mr. J. Austen Cham-
berlain.
The British parliament. In which the
highest legislative authority is vested, con-
sists of the housi 1 of lords and the house
of commons. The former In 1901 had 592
members and the latter 670. The sessions
usually last from February to August.
AREA AND POPULATION The total area of
England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, the
Isle of Man and the Channel Islands Is
120,979 square miles; the total for the Brit-
ish empire is 11,288.277 square miles. The
total population of the empire in 1901 was,
396,105,693. The population of the united
kingdom April 1, 1901, when the last census
was taken, was: England and Wales. 32,-
626,075; Scotland, 4,472,103; Ireland. 4,456.-
546: Isle of 'Man, 54.758; Channel islands,
95,841. Total, 41,605,323.
The cities -of England and Wales having
more than 100,000 population each are:
London 4,536,063 Newcastle ... 214,803
Liverpool 684,947 Leicester 211,574
Manchester .. 543,969 Portsmouth .. 189,160
Birmingham . 522,182 Bolton 168,205
Leeds 428.953 Cardiff 164,420
Sheffield 880,717 1 Sunderland .. 146,565
Bristol 328,842 Oldharu 137,238
Bradford 279.80H Croydon 133.885
West Ham... 267,308 Blackburn ... 127,527
Kingston- Brighton 123.478
upon-Hull . 240,618 Willesden .. 114,815
Nottingham . 239,753 Rhondda 113.735
Salford 220,956 Preston 112,982


bcrnmcnts.

ith the latest statistics
and imports.

RITAIN.

Norwich 111,728
Birkenhead .. 110,926
Gateshead ... 109.887
Plymouth 107,509
Hie figures given it
London are for the
district alone, Indue
suburban towns, wh
metropolitan police d
of "Greater London"
1901, was 6,580,616.
Population of the ct
in 1901:
Glasgow 735,906
Edinburgh 316,479
Dundee 160 871


of their area, popula-

Derby 105,785
Halifax 104.933


Southampton. 104,911
Tottenham .. 102,519
the above table for
inner or registration
ing the outer belt of
ich are within the
strict, the population
on the 31st of March,

ief cities of Scotland

Kilniarnock ... 34,161
Kirkcaldy 34,064
Perth 32,872


Aberdeen 143,722
laisley 79,355


Hamilton 32,775
Motherwell .... 30,423
Falklrk 29,271




Avr 28 624


Greenock 67,645
Partick 54.27)
Coatbridge 36,981
The total populatio
was 4,456,546, against
1891, showing a decrt
per cent. The decrea
provinces was: Lein
98,568; Ulster, 38,463;
Population of the c
in 1901:
Dublin 379.861
Belfast 348.876


Dunfermllne .. 25,250
Airdrie 22,888
Wishaw 20 869


n of Ireland in 1901
a total of 4,704,750 in
ase of 248,204, or 5.3
se in each of the four
3ter, 41,297; Munster,
Connaught, 69,876.
hief cities of Ireland

Drogheda 12,765
Newry 12,587


Cork 99,693


Lurgan 11,777
Lisburn 11,459
Wexford 11,154
Sligo 10,862


Londonderry .. 39,873
Limerick 45,806
Waterford 27,947
Galway is 414


Kilkenny 10,493


Duudalk ... .13 067


ire for the metropoll-
Belfast and London-
ID population in the
rate of 27.8 and 20.1
. Dublin city showa
er cent in the same

i of India In 1901 was
available flgures for
pire follow:

Labuan 8,410
Lagos 42,000
Leeward Is.. 127,434
Malta 183 679


The Dublin figures
tan police district,
derry have Increased
last ten years at the
per cent respectively
an Increase of 7.6 p
period.
The total populatioi
231,085,000. The latest
other parts of the em
Aden and
Perim 41,222
African pro-
tectorates .35,000,000
Asiatic pro-
tectorates . 1,200,000
Bahamas ... 53,735
Barbados ... 195,000
Bermudas . . 17.-635
Basutoland . 250,000
Brit. Guiana 288,170
British Hon-
duras 37,000
Cape Colony 2,3r,o.OOO
Ceylon 3,576.990
Falk lands .. 1,760
Feudatory
st. -ni'S ....63,181,569
Fiji 117 870


Mauritius .. 393,900
Natal 929,970
N e w f o und-
land and
Labrador . 210,000
New Guinea 350,000
New Zea-
land 772,719


Orange River
Colony 207,500
Pacific pro-
tectorates . 30.000
Sierra Leone 74,900
St. Helena.. 9,850
Straits Set-
tlements .. 512,400
Transvaal .. 1,094,100
Trinidad and
Tobago ... 272,000
Windward Is 160,621


Gambia 13,500
Gibraltar ... 27,460
Gold Coast.. 1,473,900
Hongkong .. 384,000
Jamaica 758,800



164



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



I The population of Canada and of tho
new Australian commonwealth will be found
under the head of those colonies.

EXPORTS AND IMPORTS The total exports
of the British empire in 1901 were $2,858.-
220,900; of the united kingdom, $1,362,728,893;
total imports of the empire, $4,129,766,800;
of the united kingdom, $2,540,265,299.

The total exports of the united kingdom
to the United States in 1902 were $165,865,-
720; imports, $548,595,117.

INDIA.

GOVERNMENT Governor-general, George
Nathaniel Curzon. Legislative authority is
vested in a council of twenty-one members,
five of whom are members of the governor-
general's council appointed by the crown.
The other sixteen are nominated by the
viceroy.

AREA AND POPULATION The total area
of British India is 985,000 square miles. The
total population according to the census of
March 1, 1901, is 231,085,132, divided among
the provinces as follows:



Ajmer-Marwa-

ra 476,330

Assam 6,122,201

Bengal 74.713,020

merars 2.7S2.418

Bombay pres.18,584,496



Burma 9,221,161

'Central prov-
inces 9,845,318

Population of the large cities:



Coorg 180,461

Madras 38,208,609

Northwest
provinces .34,812,174

Oudh 12,884,150

Punjab 22,449,484



Baluchistan.
Andamans



810,811
24,499



Calcutta 1,121,664

Bombay 770,843

Madras 509,397



446,291
263,951
232,326



Delhi 208,385

Benares 203,095

Cawnpore . . . 197, ouO
188,300
182,498
175,748



Agra
Mandalay .
Allahabad



Haidarabad.
Lucknow ....
Rangoon ....



DOMINION OF CANADA.

GOVERNMENT The Canadian parliament
consists of 81 life senators and a house
of commons of 210 members, there being
one representative for every 25,367 of popu-
lation, based upon the census of 1901. The
governor-general is Gilbert John Elliot, earl
of Minto, appointed in 1898, and the council
is made up of the following: Premier, Sir
Wilfrid Laurier; secretary of state, R. W.
Scott; minister of trade and commerce, R.
J. Cartwright; minister of justice, Charles
Fitzpatrick; marine and fisheries, J. Suth
erland; railways and canals, A. G. Blair
militia and defense, F. W. Borden; finance
W. S. Fielding; postmaster-general, W. Mu
lock; agriculture, S. A. Fisher; interior
Clifford Sif ton; customs, William Paterson
Inland revenue. M. C. Bernier. The gov
ernor-general gets a salary of $50.000 a
year, the premier $8,000 and the other min-
isters $7,000 each.

AREA AND POPULATION The total area of
Canada is 3,653,946 squar^ miles, of which
3,048,711 is land area. According to the
fourth census, taken March 31. 1901, the to-
tal population is 5,369,666. The census of
1891 gave the total population as 4,833,239,
thus making an increase of 536.427 for the
ten years. Following are the returns for
the several provinces:



Ontario 2,182,942

Quebec 1,640,898

Nova Scotia. 459,574
N. Brunswick. 331,12e
Manitoba ... 254,947
British Co-
lumbia .... 177,272



Northwest
territories.. 158,941

Prince Ed-
ward island

Yukon

Unorganized
districts . .



103,259
27,167



25,546



Population of the principal cities in 1901:



Montreal 266,826

Toronto 207,971

Quebec 68,834

Ottawa 59.902

Hamilton 52,550

Winnipeg 42,336

Halifax 40,787

,St. John 40,711

London 37,983

Vancouver 26,196

Victoria ,



20,821



Kingston

Brantford

Hull

Calgary

Charlottetown
Sherbrooke . . .
Valleyfield . . .

Sydney

Moncton



18,043
16,631
13,988
12,142
12,080
11,765
11,055
9,908
9,026
5,738



IMPORTS AND EXPORTS The total value of
the imports for the year ended June 30,
1901, was $181,237.988; exports, $177.443,439;
imports from the United States (1902), $111,-
486,948; exports to the United States (1902),
$48,875,478.

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

July 9, 1900, the British parliament passed
an act empowering the six provinces of Aus-
tralia to form a federal union, and Jan. 1,
1901, the new commonwealth was pro-
claimed at Sydney, N. S. W. Its first par-
liament was opened May 9, 1901, by the duke
of York, heir apparent to the British throne,
acting for his father, King Edward VII.

GOVERNMENT The federal parliament is
made up of a senate of thirty-six members,
six from each original state, and a house
of representatives of seventy-five members,
apportioned as follows: New South Wales,
26; Victoria, 23; Queensland, 9; South Aus-
tralia, 7; Western Australia, 5: Tasmania,
5. The king is represented by the governor-
general. He and the council of seven minis-
ters exercise the executive power. The
governor-general is paid a salary of $oO,000
a year. The governor-general is Lord
Tennyson. The ministers are: E. Barton,
external affairs and prime minister; A.
Deakin, attorney-general; Sir W. J. Lyne,
home affairs; Sir George Turner, treasurer;
C. C. Kingston, trade and commerce; Sir
John Forrest, defense; J. G. Drake, post-
master-general.



AREA AND POPULATION The common-




The total population of the commonwealth
as enumerated March 31. 1901, was 3,767,443,
divided among the states as follows:

New South Wales 1,352,297

Victoria 1,200,918

Queensland 496,5ae

South Australia 362,604

Western Australia 182,553

Tasmania 172,475



Total 3,767,443

The population of Melbourne in 1901 was
493,956; Sydney (1900), 451,000; Adelaide
(1900), 160,691, and Wellington (1899), 47,862.

EXPORTS AND IMPOBTR The total exports
of the states now in the commonwealth in
1901 were $364.113,300; total imports, $346,-
285,235. The whole of British Australasia
in 1902 exported merchandise valued at
$5,386,935 to the United States and import-
ed merchandise worth $28,373,099.



. FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS.



AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.



GOVERNMENT Emperor of Austria and
king of Hungary, Francis Joseph I. ; heir-
presumptive. Archduke Francis Ferdinand.
Cabinet of Austria:

Premier Ernest von Koerber.

Home Defense Count Zeno Welscrsheimb.

Railways Henry von Wittek.

Finance Eugen Bohm von Bawerk.

Justice Dr. von. Korber (temporarily).

Religion and Education Wilhelm von
Hartel.

Commerce Baron Call von Rosenburg und
Kulmbaeh.

Minister for Bohemia (without portfolio)
Dr. Anton Rezek.

Minister for Galicia (Without portfolio)
Dr. Leonard Pietak.

Agriculture Baron Karl Glovauelli.

Cabinet of Hungary:

Premier Coloman von Szell.

Home Defense Baron Geza Fehervary.

Finance Ladislaus von Lukaes.

Religion and Education Dr. Julius von
Wlasslcs.

Agriculture Dr. Ignacius von Daranyi.

Justice Dr. Alexander Plosz.

Commerce Dr. Alexander von Hegedlis.

For Croatia (without portfolio) Ervin
von Cheh.



Minister to the
Julius Szechenyi.



Austrian Court Count



Ministers for both Austria and Hungary
are:

Foreign Affairs Count Agenor Goluchow-
ski.

War Baron Edmund Krieghammer.

Finance Benjamin von Kallay.



Austria and Hungary have separate par-
liaments for ordinary legislation, but where
united action is necessary, as in voting
money for purposes common to both coun-
tries, power is vested in two delegations
each of sixty members chosen from the
upper and lower houses of each nation.

AREA AND POPULATION Area of Austria,
115,903 square miles; of Hungary, 125,039
square miles. The population of Austria
in 1901 was 26,150,597. The population of
Hungary in 1901 was 19,092,292. Total popu-
lation for both countries in 1901 was 45,-
242,889. Largest cities of Austria:



Vienna 1,674,957 Brunn

Prague 201,589 Cracow

Trieste 134,143 Pllsen

Lemberg .... 159,877 Czernowitz

Grata 138,080

Largest cities^pf Hungary:

Pozsony . . .

Zagrab

Keeskemet



Budapest 732,322

Szeged 102,991

SMbadka

Hodmezo Vasar-



82,122



holy 60,883



109,346
91,323
68,079
67,622



65,867
61,002
57.812



Arad 56,260

Temesvar



53,033

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS The approximate
value of the imports Into the Austro-Hun-
garian customs territory in 1901 was $335,-
486,263; exports, $383,747,881. Chief imports
are cotton, coal, wool, maize, tobacco,
coffee and wines; principal exports, lum-
ber and wood manufactures, sugar, eggs,
barley, lignite, malt, leather, gloves and
shoes. Imports from the United States in
1902, $6,316,967; exports to United States,
$10,154,031.



BELGIUM.



GOVERNMENT King, Leopold II.; heir,
Philippe, count of Flanders. Cabinet:

Premier and Minister of Finance and
Public Works Count de Smet de Naeyer.

War A. Cousebant d'Alkemade.

Foreign Affairs P. de Favereau.

Interior and Instruction J. de Trooz.

Railways, Posts and Telegraphs J. Lie-
baert.

Justice J. Van den Heuvel.

Agriculture Baron Van der Bruggen.

Industry and 1 Labor G. Francotte.

AREA AND POPULATION Total area, 11,373
square miles. Total population Dee. 31,



1900, 6,693,810. Population of the largest
cities:



Brussels (capi-
tal) 561,782

Antwerp 285, 600



Ghent 160,949

Liege 173,708



IMPORTS AND ETPORTS The imports in
1901 amounted to $428.651,384 and the ex-
ports to $352,848,734. The trade ,wlth the
United States in 1902 was: Imports, $46,-
128,102; exports, $16,502,770. Chief imports
are cereals, textiles and metal goods; chief
exports, cereals, raw textiles, tissues, iron,
glass, hides, chemicals and machinery.



GOVERNMENT Prince, Ferdinand, duke of
Saxony. Legislation is enacted by the "so-
branje," a single chamber of 157 members
elected for five years. Bulgaria Is an au-
tonomous principality under the suzerainty
of Turkey.



BULGARIA.



AREA AND POPULATION Area, 24,380
square miles. Population (1900), 3,733,189;
population of Sofia, the capital, 67,920.

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS Exports in 1901,
$15,974,563; Imports, $13,518,506. The exports
are mainly cereals and the imports textiles.



DENMARK.



GOVERNMENT King, Christian IX.; heir-
apparent, Prince Frederick. Cabinet:

Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs
Dr. Deuntzer.

Finance Alfred Hage.

Home Affairs Enevold Sorenson.

War Col. V. H. O. Madsen.

Marine Vice-Admlral Johnke.

Agriculture Ole Hansen.

Justice A. Albert!.

Instruction J. C. Chrlstensen.

Public Works Christian Vand.

Legislative authority is vested in the
landsthing and folkething. The former,
which is the upper house, has 66 members,



twelve of whom are appointed for life, the
remainder being elected for terms of eight
years. The folkething, or lower house, has
114 members, each elected for three years.

AREA AND POPULATION Denmark's area
is 15,289 square miles, and total population
in 1901, 2,464,770. Copenhagen, the capital,
has a population of 476,806.

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS Total exports In
1901, $75,459,000; imports, $111,542,000. The
imports from the United States in 1902 were
$15.464,622; exports, $613,297. Leading arti-
cles of export are butter, pork, eggs and
lard; of Import, textiles, cereals, wood,
iron manufactures and coal.



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AM> YEAR HOOK FOH 190::.



FRANCE.



GOVERNMENT President, Kmile Ixnibet;
term expires 1906.

Premier and Minister of the Interior and
of Public WorsfiTp M. Combes.

Foreign Affairs <M. Delcasse.

Justice M. Valle.

War Gen. Andre.

Marine M. Pelletan.

Public Works M. Marnejouls.

Public Instruction M. Chaumie.

Finance .M. Rouvier.

Commerce and Industry M. Trouillot.

Agriculture. M. Mougeot.

Colonies M. Douniergue.

Legislative authority is vested in the
chamber of deputies and the senate. The
former has 584 members, each of whom is
elected for four years. The senate has 300
members elected for nine years. The presi-
dential term is seven years.



AREA AND POPULATION France has a to-
tal area of 204,092 square miles. The area
of the French colonies and dependencies
throughout the world is 4,367,746 square
miles. Total population 1901, 38.641,353.
Population of the principal cities iu 1SK6:



Paris 2,660,559



Lyons

Marseilles

Bordeaux



453.145
494,769
257,471



Lille 215,431



Ktie.nne'. .



Nantes
Koubaix



147,696
146,671
129,014
128.349
124,660



IMPORTS AND EXPORTS The total imports
in 1901 amounted to $909.908.000: exports,
$804,069,800. Exports to tfie United States
in 1902, $82,886,276; imports from, $71,512,-
984. The chief exports are textUes, wine,
raw silk, woo!, small wares and leather;
imports, wine, raw wool, raw silk, timber
and wood, leather, skins and linen.



GERMANY.



GOVERNMENT Emperor and King of Prus-
sia, William II.; heir-apparent. Prince
Frederick William. Cabinet officers:

Imperial Chancellor Count Bernhard von
Bulow.

Foreign Affairs Dr. Freiherr von Richt-
hofen.

Interior Dr. Count von Posadowsky-
Wehner.

Navy Herr von Tirpitz.

Justice Dr. Nieberdlng.

Treasury Freiherr von Thielmann.

Postal Affairs Dr. Kraetke.

(There is no minister of war for the
whole empire. Each state has its own war
minister. The emperor himself has the
supreme control of military affairs.)

Legislative authority is vested In a
bundesrath, or senate, of 58 members, and
a reichsrath, or house, of 397 members. I he
latter are elected for five-year terms and
the senators are appointed from the states
for each' session.

AREA AND POPULATION The area of the
states in the empire is 208.830 square miles;
area of dependencies about 1,027,120 square
miles; grand total, 1,135,950 square miles.

The last federal census was taken Dec. 1,
1900. According to this the population of
the empire was 56.367,178. The estimated
population of the foreign dependencies is
14^87.000. State population in 1900:



14,687,000. State popula

Alsace-Lor-
raine 1.719,470

Anhalt 316,027

Baden 1,866.584

Bavaria 6,176,057

Bremen 224.882

Brunswick .. 464,333
Hamburg ... 768,349

Hesse 1,119.893

Lippe 138,952

Lubeck 96,775

Mecklenburg-

Schwerin . 607,770
Mecklenburg-

Strelitz ... 102.602
Oldenburg .. 399,180

Prussia 34,472,509

Reuss(Elder) 68,396
Reuss (Jr.).. 139,210



Saxe - Alten-
burg

Saxe-Coburg-
Gotha

Saxe-Meinin-
gen

Saxe-Weimar

Saxony

Sohaumburg-



Schwarzburg-
Rud

Sehwarzburg-
Sond

Waldeck



194,914
229,550

250,731
362,873
4,202,216

43,132
92,657

80,898
57,918



Wurttemb'rg 2,169,480



/Total 56,367,178



German cities having more than 150,000
inhabitants iu 1900 included the following:



Berlin 1,883,326

Hamburg 705,738

499.959
455,089



Munich
Leipsic
Breslau
Dresden
Cologne



Dusseldorf
Chemnitz .
Charlotten-
.burg.



213,767

206,584



189,290

422, 7-s.S Koiiigsberg .. 187,897
395,343 Stuttgart .... 176,318

Bremen 163,418

Fraukfort-on- Altona 161,507

Main 288,489 Klberfeld .... 156,937

Nuremberg .. 261,022 Halle-on-Saal 156,611

Hanover 235.66 Strasburg ... 150,268

Magdeburg .. '229,663

EXPORTS AND IMPORTS Total exports
(1901), $1,054,685,000; total imports, $1,290,-
254,000.

During the fiscal year ended June 30,
1902, Germany exported $101.999.089 worth of
merchandise to the United States and im-
ported merchandise valued at $173,148,010.

SOVEREIGNS OP STATES.

Prussia King, William II.

Anhalt Duke, Frederick.

Baden Grand duke, Frederick I.

Bavaria King, Otto; prince regent, Leo-
pold.

Brunswick Regent, Prince Albert.

Hesse Grand duke, Ernst Ludwig.

Lippe Prince, Charles Alexander.

Mecklenburg - Schwerin Grand duke,
Friedrich Franz IV.

Mecklenburg-Strelitz Grand duke, Fred-
erick William I.

Oldenburg Grand duke, Frederick August.

Reuss, Elder Branch Prince, Henry XXII.

Reuss, Younger Branch Prince, Henry
XIV.

Saxe-Altenburg Duke, Ernst.

Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Duke, Charles
Edward; regent, Prince Ernest of Ho-
henlohe-Langeuburg.

Saxe-Meiningeu Duke, George II.

Saxe-Weimar Grand duke, William Er-
nest.

Saxony King, George.

Schauiuburg-LippePrince, George.

Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt Prince, Gunther.



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