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8.601
4.173

2.-,
.2,254



Metals, Buildlngi Materials, OUs.

Lime. Cement and Plaster Barrels 309

Sand and Gravel Tonal 01.796

Brick M 4,000.000

Lumber Feeti 15,015.000



NaiU 100 lb. Kegsi

Oil Barreial

Rosin Barrels)

Scrap Iron Tons

Iron and Steel Tons

Iron, Pig Tons

Pig Lead Lbs.

White Lead Lbs

Petroleum Barrels

Stearine Tierces

Turpentine Barrels

Wines, Liquors, Tobacco.

Alcohol Barrels

Ale. Beer and Porter KegB

Whiskey Barrt-j-si

Wines and Liquors Barrels

Wines and Liquors 100 lbs. Pkes-

I^af Tobacco Hhds

Loaf Tobacco Cases 400 lbs

Manufactured Tobacco lOfJ Ihs. Pkga

Miscellaneoua

Feathers Lbs

Fertilisers Tons

Gresse Tierces

Merehandise Toos



095
279



1916



415
G2fi



54



41
2.432
7,941
8.794
4.850

55
313



293

322,060

3,012,000

26,060,000

072

482

2

405

414

7



1915



1.000
160



17

1?0

ll.S.'»8

366

39.3Sb

4.017

2r)4

531



100

48



12,381



11

28

8.307

213

57.411

4,276

39

. 690



6,259
36
38

3.881



106

4.451

13,057

17.191

9.562

206

1.147



1.388

195.116

2.600,000

187,516.000

2,251

253

5

661

378

2



Shipments.



1917



151
4,361
6.114

2,S28

0,S7S

517

331



777



1916



336



103



20

42

11,235

345

35,643

9,781

1

2,058



12.100

285

6

5,190



12.0(X)


12,000


(50,(K)0


90,000


504


2.203


1,009


1,090


17


13


5




1,319


596



15.705

708,000

712



114



191

7,075

4,798

673

11, .392

1,082



219



80

6

20,256



44

5,248

6,451

1,722

21,197

412

592



1.450



16,000

526.490

567



120



311

15.795

7,258

662

19.644

2,474

3

450



100

348

53

15,392



1915



61

5,846

11.537

3.281

16.816

507

1.230



1,401

49,800

15.000

45.000

658

1,089

29

8

735

2

4,500

621.945

708

1

248



346

11.628

7,313

473

31.610

1,282

10

379



1.785

35

17,143



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ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF STEAMERS.

Monthly arrivals and departures of Freight and Passenger Steamers, at Cin-
cinnati, with comparisons for three years, as indicated:





ARRIVED FROM


MOMTBB.


Memphis and 1 Pittsburgh and
LowEB Mississippi. | Wheeuno.


Other Points.


Totals.




191V


1916


1915 j 1917


1916


1915


1917


1916


1915


1917


1916


1915


January

February

March

fisy!:.:::::

June

July

Auguet

September.. .

October

November...
December. . .






i
i


i

1
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2


"i

4


i
i

1

••


i

2

1
1

'4

4

4
2


41
21
59
69
74
73
68
69
56
41
53
16


78
96
113
107
123
117
116
121
117
95
91
53


53

64

79

80

90

109

115

111

112

110

114

112


41
21
59
69
74
74
72
69
56
41
53
16


78
97
114
108
125
117
116
121
117
95
91
53


53
66
82
83
93
112
121
117
118
114
116
112


Totals. .




2


19.


5


3


19


640


1.227


1.149


645


1,232


1.187




DEPARTED FOR


Months.


I

1(


Memphis and
iOWEB Mississippi.


PlTTl

w


4BCR6H AND
HEELING.


Other Points.


Totals




U7


1916

i
i


1915


1917

2
3


1916


1915


1917


1916


1915


1917


1916


1915


January

February....

March

^"1

June

July

August

September.. .

October

November...
December. . .






i

1
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2


i
"i


*i

3
2


43
19
63
70
73
70
70
69
52
41
52
12


79

97

112

106

123

116

116

120

115

96

89

53


52
63
77
77
91
107
114
113
112
111
114
110


43
19
63
70
73
72
73
69
52
41
62
12


79

98

113

107

124

116

116

120

115

96

89

53


62
66
81
80
94
111
120
119
118
116
116
110


Totals..




2


19


5


2


21


634


1.222


1,141


639


1.226


1.181



Annual arrivals and departures of Steamers, at Cincinnati, for years indicated:



Years.


Arrivals.


Depart-
ures.

2.329
2,162
2.138
2.483
2.281
2,115
2.522
2.252
2,234
2.188
2.062
1.894


Years.


Arrivals.


Depart-
ures.


Years.


ArrivaU.


Depart-
ures.


1882-83


2.340
2.170
2.137
2.4S9
2,272
2.113
2.521
2,257
2.234
2.185
2,052
1.891


1894


1,687
1,028
1.124
960
1.396
1,686
1.491
1,885
1,724
1 .533
1 .336
1.477


1.694
983
1.042
948
1.391
1 612
1.502
1.925
1.739
1.522
1.341
1.478


1906

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917


1.639
1.539
1.292
1.436
1.351
1.376
1.211
1,274
1.099
1,187
1,232
645


1,634


1883-84


1895


1,636
1.291
1.432
1.348
1.383
1.216


1884-«5


1896


1885-86


1897


1886-87


1898


1887-88


1 899


1888-89


1900


1889-90


1901


1.284


1890-91


1902


1.087

1,181

1.226

639


1891-92


1903


1892


' 1904


1893


1 1905









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SrxTY-NiNTH Annual Report of the



OHIO RIVER STEAMERS.



Detailed statement of Freight and Passenger Steamers in service between
Cincinnati and other ports during the year 1917, showing names, when built,
where built, and tonnage of each, according to custom-house measurement:



Nambs.


When
Built


Where Built


Ton-
nage.


Names.


When
Built


Where Built.


Ton-
nage


Catherine

Chiilo


1914
1905
1915
1899
1894

i9i2
1885
1909
1903
1898
1884
1914
1900
1896
1896
1907
1910


Madison, Ind

Pt.Pleasant, W.Va
Pt.Pleasant, W.Va.
Jeffersonville, Tnd.
Jeffersonville, Ind.

Harmar.

JefTersonville, Ind..

Freedom, Pa

Pt. Pleasant.W Va

Marietta. O

Parkersburg, W.Va
Belle Vernon. Pa. . .
Jeffersonville, Ind. .
Jeffersonville, Ind.

Cincinnati,

Ironton, O

Madison. Ind

Pt. Pleasant. W.Va.


85.00

94.00

99.00

816.00

1,681.98

218.00

100.00

296.49

96.00

294.00

270.00

58.00

721.00

836.00

1.446.65

429.00

378.00

99.00


Loucinda

Princess


1910
1900
1895
1883
1896
1915
1900


Pt.Pleasant. W.Va.

Marietta.©

Jeffersonville, Ind . .
New Richmond.O. .
Jeffersonville, Ind. .
Jeffersonville, Ind . .
Madison, Ind


197.00
667.00


Chris Greene

City of Cincinnati
City of Louiaville
CitvofPaiker'bg.
Corker


Ruben Dunbar...
Tacoma


252.00
266.92


Tarascan

Vim


358.00
9400


White Dove


70.00


Courier. ..«..■. . .




Greendale

Greenland

Greenwood

Hattie Brown

Homer Smith ....




♦Indiana

Iiland Queen

Kanawha «•«•.*


Total tonnage. 1915
Total tonnage. 1916




10,726.35




9,923.04


Kentucky

Le Roy


Total tonnage, 1917.




9,923.04



NoTK. — The above list includes only Steamers engaged in freight and passenger traffic during the year.
♦Burned.



The whole number of Steamers in the freight and passenger traffic between
Cincinnati and other ports, and total tonnage, compared for ten years:



Years.


Number.


Tonnage.


Ybars.


Number.


Tonnage.


1908


24
23
24
24
20


12.374
11,019
11,220
11.220
10.246.74


1913


22
28
25
25
25


10.822.74


1909


1914


10,999.74


1910


1915


10,726.35


1911


1916


9.923.04
9,923.04


1912


1917







CINCINNATI PROPERTY VALUATION AND TAXATION,

Valuation of Real and Personal Property, Rate of Taxation and Amount of
Tax Revenues, of Cincinnati, for years indicated:



Ybarh.


Real
Estate.


Personalty.


11


Amount

of
Revenue.


Years.


Real
EsUte.


Personalty.


II


Amount

of
Revenue.


1906....
1907....
H»08 . . .
1909.. .
1910...
1911....


$184.916.43o'$47,126.470
189.037,4.50 52.622,230
192.392.530! 53,951.140
194.883.610; 55.493,940
199.430,60(>1 55..399,940
368,088,390 138.470.940


2.238

2.60

2.916

2.960

3.110

1.5


$5,094,926 06
6,176.005 16
7.085..547 29
7.337.438 02
7.783,874 10
7,598.390


1912...
1913...

1914 ..

1915 ..
1910 ..
1917,..


$372,201,990
383.343,220
390.765.U60
397.748.330
407.056,150
493.057,300


$149,511,960
153,869.530
208.160,370
196.649,050
203.443,720
231.627,980


1.484
1.502
1.646
1 .546
1.5.'i2
1.550


$7,725,011 92
8.391.263 16
9.259.387 14
9.189.383 49
9,474,966 76
12,956,183 86



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STAGES OF THE OHIO RIVER.

Highest, lowest and average Stages of the Ohio River, at Cincinnati, each
year indicated, with the highest Stage during the 'floods of 1832 and 1847:



Oalvndar Ybarb.


High EST Staqb.


LowBaT Staob.


Feet and
tenths.

i.6

3.7
2.3
4.1
6.2
3.4
4.3
2.4
3.8
1.9
6.0
3.6
2.5
3.9
3.0
2.8
5.5
6.3
5.8
4.5
3.5
3.6
8.1
2.3
6.6
3.0
4.6
3.4
3.1
4.2
3.9
4.6
3.3
6.6
7.1
7.0
2.8
3.6
4.0
4.6
6.7
7.5
8.2
9.0
7.8
9.3


AVBRAOB FOB
TBB Yb^B.




Datb.


Feet and
tenthfl.
64.3
63.7
41.8
44.4
47.9
56.4
51.8
63.7
41.2
42.3
63.2
60.8
68.6
66.3
71.1
46.0
66.8
66.3
39.9
38.3
69.2
67.4
43.8
54.9
35.6
48.4
47.7
61.2
61.4
67.4
40.0
69.7
60.9
53.2
46.9
48.3
60.4
6.'>.2
55.9
64.6
51.8
49.1
53.4
70.0
47.2
55.9
53.5
56.1


Datb.


Feet and
tenths.


1832


February 18






1847


December 17






1872


April 13


October 14


11.7


1873


December 18


October 12


18.4


1874


January 11


September 22


15.7


1875


Auguflt 6


September 18


18.8


1876


January 29


September 4


18.5


1877


January 20


October 7*


16.2


1878


December 15


October 22*


16.8


1879


December 27


October 23


14.7


1880


February 17


October 28*


17.4


1881


Febniary 1ft. , . , . , ,


September 17*


17.4


1882


Februaiy 21


NovQQiber 1.


22.4


1883


February 15


September 20*


19.8


1884


Pft^niRry H.


September 26


17.6


1885


January 20


October 11*

November 2


15.6


1886


April 9".


17.6


1887


February 6


September 17*


16.4


1888


April 1


August 7


18.0


1889


February 22


September 13


18.7


1890


March 26


August 4*


25.4


1891


February 26


October 10*


20.2


1892


April 26


November 5*.


16.7


1893


bebniary 20


August 29*


17.8


1894


February 15


September 14*


12.8


1895


January 14


October 27*


12.3


1896


April 4


September 26


17.3


1897


February 26


October 26


17.6


1898


March 29


October 6


19.7


1899


March 8


November 2.


16.7


1900


December 1


October 21


14.0


1901


April 27


November 11*


17.6


1902


March 6


September 24*


16.8


1903


March 6


October 7*


17.9


1904


Maroh 9


October 6*


14.6


1906


March 13


October 11


18.2


1906


April 2


September 22


17.6


1907


January 21


October 31


22.7


1908


April 4

February 28


October 6*


17.7


1909


October 15


17.0


1910


March 7


August 28*


16.4


1911


February 3


July 25


20.5


1912


March 27


June 18


19.6


1913


April 1


June 27


20.8


1914


April 4


June 4*


18.6


1915


February 7 . . . . . ...


December 12 . .


18.9


1916


April 1


Ootober^l


21.2


1917


\Iarch 17


June 25


20.6



* Other dates also.



RAINFALL IN THE OHIO VALLEY.

Annual Rainfall at various points in the Ohio Valley, prepared by the U. S.
Weather Bureau, in inches and hundredths of an inch:



Points.


1906


1907


1908


1909


1910


1911


1912


1913


1914


1915


1916


1917


Pittsburgh . .
Cincinnati.. .
Louisville. . .

Cairo

CoIurabus.O ,
Indianapolis.
Chattanooga

Memphis

Nashville....


31.29
40 83
42 06
46.92
33.70
37 . 47
47.68
54.31
49.48


34.86
44.56
47.48
4.T 58

37 58

38 56
42.37
41.56
37.42


30.17
27.29
37.85
38.47
30.14
31.2,'j
42.17
47.46
34.04


33.18
37.43
50.41
43.05
36.59
44.98
54. 0.*-!
45.29
46.99


31.80
34 42
60.01
4r,.93
.34 79
39 28
42 34
40.01
42.90


41.29
46.05
39.38
30.11
43 43
33 'A2
63.14
41.12
48.26


38.30
38.61
45.96
37.50
29 04
40 29
04 99
46.80
63.67


38.49
42.15
44.22
42.60
40.88
4r> 40
48.09
48.93
40.71


33.48
32.78
33.74
28.22
31 . 12
.30.97
45.54
38.34
40.38


36.50
41.30
40.19
46.00
39.94
40.91
60.34
49.23
42.42


34.86
38.14
50.33
35.32
.34.43
34.29
48.72
33.44
43.21


32.90
35.32
41 74
40.43
32.97
34 94
57.73
38.98
47.26



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RAINFALL AT CINCINNATI.

Monthly and annual Rainfall, at Cincinnati, together with average from
1871 to date, in inches and hundredths of an inch: (From the reports of Dr.
Joseph Ray and others from 1853 to 1855 inclusive, from the reports of Prof.
George W. Harper, of Woodward High School, from 1856 to 1865 inclusive;
from the reports of R. C. Phillips, Esq., from 1866 to 1870 inclusive; from the
reports of the U. S. Weather Bureau, Dept. of Agriculture from. 1871 to date.



Ybabb.


1

1.63
4.10
3.71
1.00
.64
2.66
2.68
1.43
2.68
4.74
6.55
1.85
2.45
3.36
1.27
7.29
2.17
6.20
1.16
0.60
2.66
4.01
1.59
9.49
2.33
4.33
2.20
5.14
3.76
6.02
2.82
2.21
5.80
2.83
2.37
2.78
2.38
5.28
3.31
1.62
2.87
2,75
6.13
1.49
2.48
7.76
3.32
2.54
0.87
2.10
2.05
2.66


5.14
5.57
1.58
2.49
1.98
1.74
5.92
1.56
1.81
2.36
3.05
99


1


1


i


s


4


i


§
1


1


i

SZ5


i

~^73~
3.38
3.28
2.19
3.82
6.41
3,75
1.85
1.10
3.01
3.80
2.94
3.89
1.72
3,66
1.64
3.50
2.35
3.27


t


1863


2 14 1 7 70


2.2111.90,4.81 2.16 14.70 3.78 | 3.30
7 29 ' 4 84 2 32 .1 18 1 2 12 3 01 . .1 A6


40 10


1854


8.33 2^97
3.66 3.06
1.51 ' .73

.76 1 2.73
1.05 4.34
4.38 1 7.53

.41 5.32
2.08 3.88
6 84 6 30


50 77


1855


6.24 , 8.10 1 4.35
1..23 . 2.24 1 3.43
5.63 ! 3.09 2.50
8.32 1 5.69 3.01
2.32^3.22 1.24
3.68 1 1.55 7.97
5.91 1 3.80 3.62
S .12 1 .1 02 .1 O.**


4.25
.61
2.92
7.97
3.79
.92
7.10

1 AQ


2.98 1.31 5.22

3.62 1.74 2.09

.75 1 4.92 5.36

.85 1 4.66 2.57

2.10 1 1.28 4.46

4.34 , 1.28 : 3.53

2.94 3.77 3.62

0.1 1 80 .1 07


46.73


1856

1857

1868

1859

1860

1861

1862


22.88
34.90
49.17
42.57
33 84
42.31
38 83


1863

1864


4.37 2.13 1 2.84 | 3.11 ! 3.21 ' 2.99 , 3.10 3.85 , 2.05
90 2 43 2 .14 ' 3 43 1 1 25 1 3 42 ' 8 A4 2 02 • 3 40


40.05
34 51


1865

1866


2.43
1 10


4.40 3.89
6.22 1 2 49


7.72 2.59 7.77 l 2.26 | 5.76 1 .86 i .56
98 1 4.43 1 7.82 6 31 10 07 , 1 83 i 1 57


44.58
46 90


1867


5.32
.88
3.05
2.98
2.27
1.67
3.76
5.91
1.83
2.92
0.67
2.33
2.22
4.50
4.95
7.04
8.22
8.87
2.67
1.65
7.29
1.37
1.72
4.63
3.87
2.83
4.84
3.78
37


1.93 ! 3.20
6.41 1 3.30
5.14 1 3.05
4.80 ' 1.42
3.00 1.62


4.48 1 3.07 1 2.03 1 1.13
6.01 1 7.26 1.80 6 65


.65 ' 3.10 1.66
8 21 1 1.10 1.16


32.10


1868


50.71


1869

1870

1871


6.93 1 3.00 ' 5.36
1.90 1 5.35 1 5.56
3.03 : 1.60 2,78


1.20 1 3.20 2.75 3.16
1.10 .70 3.23 1.40
6,05 1 2.1 1 80 1 4.18


41.51
36.19
32 08


1872


1.57 1 5.14


4.07 1 3.81 I 7.01


2.21


1.83 ' 3.33


1.22
2.50
5.35
4.35
2.36
3.49
2.77
4.05
4.42
4.06
1.-57
4.87
1.23
2.33
3.23
2 83


2.43 34.89


1873


2.36 2.89
3.65 1 4.06
3.69 2 12


3.50 1 3.58 1 3.94


4.69
1.03
3.17
6.38
2.26
4.11
11.72
4.01
0.76
5.75
2.10
2.05
4.95
2.91
2.81
7.80
0.36
5.91
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2.24 2.79
2.33 1.31
0.65 3.05
3.17 4.26
1.66 1 1.85
2.84 . 2.39
4.01 1 0.65
1.37 ' 2.98
2.10 1 6.01
3.16 1 1.59
1.83 8.39
3.87 ' 1.35
2.72 ' 2.30
1.30 1 0.82


6.47
2.58
3.75
0.88
3,35
3.89
7.11
4.26
5.67
2.39
5.61
3,99
1,82
1 67
1.80
1.32
2.02
1.88
2.14
1.22
2.65
3.23
3.29
1.09
2.32
2.46
2.93
1.01
3.37
5.25
1.72
3.75
2.81
3.57
2.38
1,60
2.40
2.15
1 3 46
2.25


41.38


1874

1875


1.38
3.92
1.25
1.76
2.63
4.23
5.70
2.23
8.47
5.49
5.56
2.07
4.11
3.62
2.70
2.52
3.68
1.08
3.95
6.40
2.33
1.82
2.17
2.46
3.03
4.33
3.94
1.62
5.54
3.83
3.70
9.52
1.10
2.40
5.84
4.21
3.30
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4.83 9 63


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42.58


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1878

1879

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1881

1882

1883


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5.47
4.03
5.30
4.15
3.51
6.17
3.48
2.63
0.56
2.27
2.07
3.94
0.61
6.26
4.86
1.96
1.93
2.36
1 61


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2.32
3.05
2.14
5.82
3.25
2.71
3.72
3.02
3.34
2.23
6.86
1.14
1.21
2.63
1.55
5.66
7.10
1.60
2.62
0.59
3.08
1.15
1.21
1.43
1.93
2.87
3.49
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5.24
5.03
5.22
9.86
7.82
4.34
3.61
2.77
3.98
5.26
2.64
1.75
4.03
6.00
4.83
3.81
4.45
4.17
2.16
2.70
1.87
1.58
3.27
1.01
2.27
5.25
3.27
2.60
2.36
5.62
3.87
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4.32
2.75
2.46
3.12
2.91
2.21
1.73
1.40
3.07
1.31
2.46
4.55
1.46
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41.62
51.60
54.67
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52.12
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1884


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1886

1886


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1887


1.93


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1888


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2.65
3.78
3.90
2.46


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1890


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1.16
0.40
3.17
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5.03
2.26
2.04
0.98
4.66
3.29
6.80
2.69
2.60
4.50
0.74
3.29
1.45
0.34
2.75
3.04
1.97
1.09
1.42
1.35
2.92
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3,26
1.58
3.48
1.44
3.47
2.31
0.80


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1.98
3.29
3.70
1.91
2.61
3.65
4.17
0.88
0.65
2.76
0.41


44.00
26.50


1896


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5.00 2.29
0.64 0.46
2.62 2.90
2.18 1.64
0.28 1.45
0.92 1 0.59
4.26 1 2.77
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29.33


1896


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3.20


34.48


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1898


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2.21
2.04
2.22
1.35
0.38
6.76
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9.89

6.70
6.94
1.75
2.01
1.47
4.97
8.17


43.89
38.97


1899


34.69


1900


27.78


1901

1902


17.99

37.30


1903


34,69


1904


1.28
1.64
3.90


0.89
4.85
1.06


29.54


1905


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3.25 1.68
8.40 0.76
1.40 4.50
2.57 ' 5.65
3.71 4.70
4.28 1 1.80
2.21 1 2.11
9.02 , 1.86
2.37 1 4.80
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40.83


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2.44
0.39
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3.68
4.07
3.62
1.65


5.59
0.83


2.93
1.69
1.82
1.26
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1.20


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44.56


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45.05


1912


4.73 1 5.62 1 4.64


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1910

1917


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3.34 1 2.51 1 4.49 4.32 1.79
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1.27 1.86 ' 2.71

4.28 0.90 3.59
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3.57 3.29 1 1.81
1.70 2.97 1 2.79


1.28 i 42.15
1 3.14 1 32.78
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