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AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

The ** Lieferungswesen " (Vienna) of the 5th December announces

iM i.*!^ Cr^ *^**' t^Ji<J©rs will be received by the K. K.

Mecferic PnmD' Staatsbahndirektion at Prague (1) till noon on

^' the 31st December for the supply of an electric

travelling crane to lift three tons, required by the railway works at

Laun ; (2) till noon on the 4th January for the supply of an electric

pump of a capacity of 70 cubic metres per hour, with suction plant

and compressed air boiler, required by the water-power works at

the station at Bodenbach. Tenders for (I) should be marked

" Offert auf die Lieferung eines dreitonnigen Laufkranes fUr die

Werkst&tte Laun, ' and tenders for (2) " Offerte auf Lieferung der

olektrischen Purape fur die Wasserstation Bodenbach." Forms of

tender, &c., may be obtained from the K.K. Staatsbahndirektion,

Abteilung 4, Prague.



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Openings for British Trade.



AUSTRIA-HUNGARY-^f«^/«i'^//.

Tlie " Liefeningswesen ".further announces that tenders are invited
«. a m ^x^ for the construction of water power works, in-
^ i^^ eluding the supply of a turbine, generator and
other plant required in connexion with the erec-
tion of a hydro-electric central power house on the Koritnica-bach.
Tenders will be received at the K.K. Bergverwaltung, Raibl, up to
the 31st December.

ITALY-SICILY.

H.M. Consul at Palermo (Mr. S. J. A. Churchill, M.VO.) has
forwarded a translation of a notice which has
Water Supply. been issued by the Municipal Authorities of
Terranova, Sicily, inviting tenders up to the
31st December, for the exclusive right to bring into the
town the water from the Cassari source, territory of Mazzarino,
and to administer for a given number of years its distribution
for private of domestic use, industrial or agricultural purposes,
or for public use or public service. The Cassari source is situated
north-north-east of the town, about 27 kilometres distant in a
straight line. The cost of conducting and distributing the drink-
ing water, according to a rough estimate of expenses, amounts to
1,100,000 lire (about 44,000Z.), in which is included the expenses
of expropriation and 122,703 lire for unforeseen expenses, direction
of the work, &c.



NOTICE TO IMPORTERS FROM PALERMO.

H.M. Consul at Palermo (Mr. S. J. A. Churchill, M.V.O.)
reports the suspension of payments by a fruit shipper whose name
will be given to British firms in the trade on application at the
Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, 73,
Basinghall Street, E.C.



CENSUS OF PRODUCTION.

A meeting of the General Advisory Committee was held on the
4th December, at the offices of the Board of Trade. Those present
were : — Mr. Llewellyn Smith, C.B. (presiding) ; Sir Hugh Bell,
Bart.; Sir Robert Giffen, K.C.B.; Mr. A. Wilson Fox, C.B.;
Professor S. J. Chapman ; Mr. M. Delevingne, of the Home Office ;
Mr. G. J. Stanley, C.M.G. ; Mr. H. W. Macrosty, and Mr. G. C. L.
Maunder (acting Secretary).

The third meeting of the Advisory Committee for the Iron and
Steel Trades also took place at the offices of the Board of Trade
on the 4th December. There were present, Mr. A. Wilson Fox,



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Census of Prodtbdion.

C.B. (presiding) ; Sir Hugh Bell, Bart. ; Sir W. Thomas Lewis,
Bart. ; Mr. Bennett H. Brough ; Mr. H. J. Skelton ; Mr. J. B.
Winpenny ; Mr. William Wylie ; Professor S. J. Chapman; Mr. G.
J. Stanley, C.M.G.; Mr. H. W. Macrosty, and Mr. G. C. L.
Maunder (acting Secretary).

The fourth meeting of the Advisory Committee for the Coal
Ifining Industry was held on 10th December at the offices of tiie
Board of Trade. There were present — Mr. A. Wilson Fox, C.B.
(presiding) ; Mr. T. Ratclifie Ellis, Mr. R. Baird, Mr. G. J.
Binns, Mr. Gascoyne Dalziel, Mr. E. Garforth, Mr. R. Guthrie,
Mr. P. J. Jones, Mr. W. N. Atkinson (Superintending Inspector of
Mines), Mr. M. Delevingne, of the Home Office, Mr. G. J. Stanley,
C.M.G., Mr. H. W. Macrosty and Mr. G. C. L. Maunder (Acting
Secretary).

The second meeting of the Advisory Committee for the Woollen
and Worsted Industries was held on the 11th December at the
offices of the Board of Trade. There were present : — Mr. A. Wilson
Fox, C.B. (presiding) ; Mr. William H. Mitchell, J.P. ; Mr. T.
Craig Brown ; Mr. M. Crothers ; Mr. James Hill ; Mr. Albert H.
lUingworth ; Mr. T. Fielding Johnson, junr. ; Mr. Jonathan
Peate; Mr. Frederick Hooper; Mr. G. J. Stanley, C.M.G. ; Mr.
H. W. Macrosty ; and Mr. G. 0. L. Maunder (Acting Secretary).



FOREIGN TRADE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM IN

NOVEMBER, 1907.*

L— OENERAL.

The trade returns for November, 1907, when compared with those

for the corresponding month of 1906, show increases in the value

of the Imports into the United Kingdom, and of the Exports of

British prodace, but a decrease in the Exports of Foreign and

Colonial merchandise.

The value of the Importe in November, 1907, was 67,145,0991,
an increase of 1,398,0202., or 2*5 per cent., as compared with
November, 1906, whilst the total Esqsorts amounted to 41,993,8931.
or an increase of 1,726,0702. The Exports of British produce
show an increase of 2,887,0142., or 8*8 per cent., as compared
with November, 1906, whilst there is a decrease of 1,160,9442., or
15*9 per cent., in the Exports of Foreign and Colonial merchandise.

XL-DEPOBTS.
The following table shows the value of the Imports for November,
1907, as compared with the corresponding months of 1906 and
1905, according to the different categories of merchandise : —

* Beferenoe Bboold be made to the artiole on ** Changes in the Monthly Trade Aoooonta for 1907,"

Eibliahed at pp. 279-80 of the *' Board of Trade Journal'* for the 7th February laat, for
formation aa to the changes that have been made in these accounts.



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498



THa BOA&D OF TRADE JOUXNAL.



[Dec 12, 1907.



Foreign Trade of the UnUed Kingdom in November, 1907.



Imports of Foreign and Colonial Merckandise.*



UmXtk ended 80th Korember.



1905.



L*rffood* JMpkt and Tobacco*

A« OiAiD and flour ,

B.' Meat, induding enimali for food,
a Other food and drink—

1. Non-dutiable ,

2. DatUtble

. D. Tobaooo



Total, daas I.



£



TL-r-MKW Kattrials and ArticlM
Mainly Unmaaulkctnied—

A. Goal, coke, and manufaetttied fuel

B. Iron ore, scrap iron, and steel

0. Other metallio ores

D.. Wood and timber

E. Ootton

r Wool

a. other textUe materials ...

B. Oil seeds, nuts, oils, fats, and

gums

1. Hides and undressed skins
9^ Mateiials for paper *"**^**g
K. Misoellaneous

Total, Class II. ...
IIL— Artlclet Wholly or Mainly

A. Iron and steel and manufactures
thereof

B. Other metals and manof aoiures

thereof

0. Cutlery, hardware, implements
and instruments

D. Electrical goods and apparatus
■ (otlier than machinery and tele-
graph and telephone wire)

B. Masiiinery

f. Ships (new)

A« Manufactures of wood and
timber (including furniture)

H. Tarns and textile fabzlcs—

1. Cotton

2. Wool

8. Other materials

L li>parol

7« Chemicals, drugs, dyes and

V colours

m. Leather and manufactures thereof
(inclnding boots and shoes, and



h$ ) Earthenware and idass

M. Paper

H« Miseellaoeous

Total, Class lU.



IT.



•^^fsn



Total Tilue of Isponta £i5S4l6,8M



5,595,725
4,110,996

5.912,406

4.715,284

818,844



20,652,705



1906.



£
5,358.748
3,769,972

5,926,084

4.695.974

411,480



20,157,208



1907.



£

7,259.249
8,587,002

5,9P8,995

5,090.472

458,534



22,889,842



Increase (+)

or

Decrease (-)

in 1907



with



tpared
1906.



£
+ 1.905.501
— 182,880



67,961
394,498
47,054



-t- 2.282,134



a«ase(t)
or
Decrease (-)

in 1907
isooomared
wlthM05.



£
+ 1,663,524
— 528,901

+ 81,589
+ 3"'5.238
+ 140,190



+ 1,736,637



4,246
468,220
657,600
1,810,906
6,992,364
2.601,183
1,831,264

1,808,479
781,884
864.868

2,226,866



19.586.920



4,842


482


462,976


501,798


729,847


784,371


1,928,355


2,190,118


9,687,798


8,524.080


1,868.080


2,744,307


2,187,677


1,478,237


2,283.808


2,481,753


798,953


739,251


347,942


484.107


2.028,201


2,050,486


22,.307,974


21.928,849



— 3,910
4- 88,822
+ 54,524
-I- 266,763

— 1.163,759
+ 881,227

— 709,440

+ 197,950

— 54,702
+ 86,165
+ 2;.235



- 379,125



— 3.814
+ 33,578
-I- 128.681
4- 379,212
+ 1.531,675
+ 148,174

— 353,027

-h 583,274

+ 7,367

+ 69,789

— 175,980



+ 2,841.9 59



858.636

2,606,638

889,882



94,844

412,650

9,991

182.126

636,603

984,847

1,477,850

261,403

805,412



1,080,855
428,757
487,776

2,517,963



12.677,262



574,916


696,482


2,628,156


2,480,739


350,283


370.982


114,164

407.842

8,074


102,190

895,301

237


158,420


172,418


700.769

821,800

1,46>',181

804,155


785.880

778,461

1,428,578

221,143


884,200


979.547


1,820,821
875,802
476,808

2,585.004


1,009,343
363.246
486,101

2,407,808


18.077.845


12.632,401



+


121,566




162,154


-


147,417


+


382,101


+


29,649


-


9,450


-


11,974

12,041

7,837


+


7.346
17,851
9,754


+


18.996


-


9,706


+


35,111
47,839
89,553
88,012


+


P


+


95,347


+


174,135


+


211,478

12,056

9,793

177,201





21,512

65,511

1.675

110,180


-


444^914





44.861



219,009



204,552



56,717,079 l»446,M9



194,507



10,045



+ 1,S9|/M



— 24,502



* The rthun of the ImpoBts repreeent the eost, insurance, and l^ght; cor whan goods are
Qondgaed for side, the latest sale Tidue of such goods.

* Comparing the values of the imports of articles last month
with those ot November, 1906, the chief increases and decreases
are as follows : —



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THE BOABD OF TRADB JOVtOfAL.



499



Foreign Trade of the Vmted Kingdom in NoMnbm\' 1907.



Ci.



Ca.



^



B.



Ci.



(Wheat;

< Barley

( Maize

[ Mation, fresh (in-
1 eluding refrig-
) erated St frosen)

Hams ... ... ...

Apples, raw

Grapes

' Oranges

Lard

• Potatoes

Coooa, raw

Currants, dried ...

Baisins, dried ...

Sugar, refined, and'

sugar candy ...

^Sogar, unrefined...

Tobacco, unmanu-
factured



Ofi^ls of com and
grain, including
rice meal

{Cattle
Beef, fresh (in*
eluding refrig-
erated k frozen)
{Butter
Bggs
Fish, cured or
salted
Hops
Margarine

I Tea

I Wine



Incraaaef.

780,849
356,606
762,252



79,743
55,899
58^38
58,111

139,134
51,647

236,849

123,124
61,891

100,772

93,136
94,115



n.<



III.



0.



B.



Silver ore 86,491

{Wood and timber,

hewn 191,786
Wood and timber,

sawn or split ... 84,428
) Sheep or lambs'

wool 694,297

Mohair 159,214

j Cotton-seed 148,770

i Lhiseed ... ... 140,787

Hides, raw, wet ... 86,517
Pulp of wood,

chemical , dry : . . 58,1 88
Feathers, orna-
mental 65,035

Copper, unwrought

and part wropght 324 ,537



Chemicals .^



61,717

Decreases.



57,511
207,863



87,292

149,731

68,976



... 100,507

... 90,646

... 78,993

... 50,102 proofed ..» ... 83,276

... 97,627 Lk. Leather 185,377

The following instances of increase in value combined with
decrease in quantity, or vice versd, may be noted, viz. : —



n.^



IU.{ Ha.



B.
Hfi.



Raw cotton..,
Jute ,

{Turpentine ... ...
Tallow k stearine
Goat skins, un-

dressed

(Tin

I Zinc, «*ruje, in cakes
Woollen and

worsted stuffs...
Silk manufactures

of all sorts
Apparel, not water-
proofed ..» ...
Leather



72,961



...1, 162,052

... 691,942

108,462

72,626



62,341

236,5«i4

80,554



70,092
65,695



ICi.



G.



I Wheat

Wheat meal and flour

Fish, fresh, not of British

taking

Lemons

Coffee (including roasted or

ground)

Tobacco, manufactured, and

snuff

^ubs or husks of silk and

waste

( Petroleum

I Lac-dye, seedlac, &c.

Bristles

Copper, regulus and precipitate

Watches

Linen yam

{Glue, size and gelatine
Oilcloth
Stones, slabs, Ik;

Horses



Increase.
£730,849
£37,872

4,924 cwt.
5,905 „

2,689 „

7,722 lb.



Decrease.
48,500 cwt
121,4^ „

£1,534
£3,338

£4,102

£14,668



£5,307 ... 172 cwt.

£39,197 ... 1,1 48,U)6 gallons.'

, 156 cwt. .^ £15,217
£8,223 ... 12,6001b.

458 tons ... £19,815
18,239 number £13,450
£1,019 ... 171,662 lb.

£2,998 ... 163 cwt

24.479 sq. yds. £1,434
9,161 tons ... £1,251
£3,462 ... 62 number



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THE BOAED OF TBADE JOXTRNAI*.



[Dec. If, 1907.



Foreign Trade of the United Kingdom in November, 1907.

IIL~EXP0BT8.

The following table showa the value of the Ezporta of Britiah
produce for the month of November, 1907, as compared with the
corresponding month of 1906 and 1905, and the increase or
decrease in each principal category : —

Exports of Produce and Manufactures of the United KingdonL^







Increase (+)


Incnase(+)




Month ended 80th Xorember.


or


or






Decrease (-)
in 1907


"•r^-'




1905.


1906.


1907.


as compared aseompared
with 1906. with 1905.


t.-Food, IMnk, and Tobacco*
. A. Orain and flour


£
246,100


£
257.011


£
302,608


£
+ 45.597


+ 56,499


B. Meat, induding •rdmals tot food


119,S5S


131,764


122,689


— 9,075


+ 8.836


C. other food and drink


1,736,937


1,881,774


1,869.474


+ 87,700


+ 182.587


. D. Tobaooo


89,487


101,694


123,875


+ 21,681


+ 88,988


Total»ClauI. ... £


2.191,886


2.322.243


2.418,146


4. 95.90t


-4- 226,810


U.-BAW Katerialfl sad ArtielM












Hainly Unmaavlkctimd—












A. Coal, coke and maauftustured fuel


2,171,582


2,644,240


8.921.288


+ 1,277,049


-r 1,749.707


B. Iron ore, ecrap iron and steel ...


82,650


50.187


Hl«l


— 16.026


+ 1.5U


0. other metaUio ores


5,526


18,761


14,784


- 4,027


+ 9J08


D. Wood and timber


6,022


6.646


9,997


+ 8.851


+ 8,975


E. Cotton


__ 1






_


F. Wool ^


237,286 j 303,882


246,6^5


— 57,217 j + 9.879


O. other textile materiaU


8,615


10,48i


10,993


+ 5«0J + 2.377


H. Oa-eeedi, nuta, oila, fata and








I. ^i^ ud ondNMed'ekiu"


258,865


270,580


854,612


4- 84.082' + 100,747


163.111


148,559


145.667


+ 2,108 1 — 17,444


J. Materials for paper making ...


47,247


64,228


55,641


- 8,582 + 8.384




200,889


197,805


225,819


+ 27.514 + 84,980


Total, Class n. ... £


8,126,298


8,710,265


5,019,077


+ 1,808,812 -f 1.892.784


m.-ArtielM WhoUy or Mainly












Kaaulkctiired-












A. Iron and steel and manufactures












theraof


2,945,888 4,026,815


3,691,857 - 884,958


+ 745,469


B. Other metals and manufactures


1


1




thereof


822,638 968,351


807.658 - 160.698


- 14,980


C. Cutlery, hardware, implements


1


1






481,259 517,243


547,529 ; + 80.286


+ 66,270


D. Electrical goods and apparatus






I




(other than machinery and tele-






1






486,040


175,674


128,688 ; — 46,966


— 807452


2,184,687


2,481,560


2.804,899


+ 872,888


4- 669,712


J". Ships InSr)

O. Manumctures of wood and tim-


870,702


268,004


480,887


+ 212,798


+ 110,185


ber (including furniture)


185,845


129,541


184,024


+ 4,488


- 1,821


H. Yams and textile fabrics-












1. Cotton „


7,900,126


8,801,579 9.516,614


+ 1,212,045


+ 1,616,488


«. Wool


2.267,019


2,857.825


2,440,286


+ 82,461


+ 178,867


S. Other matexials


1,192,819


1.411,795


1,288,851


— 122.444


•h 98488




582,901


522,857


589,700


+ 17.852


+ «4«


colours


1,262,811


1,860,488


1,874,860


+ 18,877


+ 1114«














(including boota and shoes, and












L. EarUienware and glass '.!'.


560,172


644,145


557,429


— 86,716


- V41


305,628


848,018


855,886


+ 7.868


+ 48,758


M. Fatper


168,688


180,988


192.582


+ ».649


+ »4»


N. MisoeUaneons


2,270,994 2,690,148


2,952,551


+ 262,408


+ 681457


Total, Olaasm. ... £


28,788,222 1 26,346,061 '27,81 2.820


•|. 1.466.759 1 + 4.084,588














fiad (indiidiBff Parcel Poft) £


501,798


596.598


612,188


+ 15,540


•h 110,815


Total valua ... £


»,fi08449


8I.W54«


Kjut;m


+ 1,887,014


+ 6,»M«7



Exports of Foreign and Colonial Merchandise.*



TdtalTtlue^



£
6,682,858



£ ! £

7,282,601 : 6,181,717



£
- 1,160,844



£
— 561441



the



• llbATaluee of ttie Exports represent the cost and the charges of ddlTeiing the goods on boavi
te ship, and are known as the " free on board " Talues.

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THE BOABD OF TEADE JOUSNAL.



501



Foreign Trade of ths United Kingdom in November, 1907.

Comparing the values of the exports of the principal and
other articles of the produce and manufacture of the United
Kingdom in November, 1907, with those of November, 1906, the
chief increases and decreases are as follows : —



Increases.

II. A. Coal, coke, and mannfactared fuel

f ( Steam engines

IE. < Machinery and millwork : not steam engines
( or electrical
F. Ships, new

III.-^ r Cotton yam

Iu.ii „ piece-goods
( „ thread, for sewing
N. Railway tracks, wagons, &c. (not of iron) and
J^ parts thereof



£

1,277,049
57,IU

316,.^95
212,793
436,009
632,704
110,885

76.727



III.



Decreases. £

Iron and steel and manufactures thereof ... 334,958

Copper, un wrought and wrought 77,625

Linen piece-goods 56,72(1

Leather, unwrought ... 90,179



The following instances of increase in value combined with
decrease in quantity, or vice vcrsd, may be noted, viz. : —



JI






H.
B.
C.



III.



N.



Increase.



Decrease.



Bran and pollard

(Cattle

i Sheep and lambs

( Meat

Ores, other than iron ore

Oilseed

Tin, unwrought

Hardware

Jute yam

Linen yam

Linen thread for sewing

Bleaching materials

Manure, chemical

Chinaware and earthenware...

{Books, printed
Cement, for building and
engineering purposes
Oilcloth
Skies and furs, dressed



£3,529


. 5,090 cwt.


130 number


£3,640


81 „


£11,212


£5,285


618 cwt.


225 tons ...


£4.027


£16,799


26 tons.


73 tons ..


£22,339


£15,682


232 cwt.


329,300 lb. ..


. £4,377


£5,392


50,900 lb.


£1,565


3,300 ,.


£2,975


11 cwt.


£11,133


6,056 tons


£4,080


55,761 cwt.


£7,945


. 801 „


£3,067


3,101 tons


£16,107


121,200 sq. yards


£1,322


8,488 number.



IV.— TBADE DURINa THE FIBST ELEVEH MONTHS OF 1907.

The following table shows the value of the Imports of foreign
and colonial merchandise daring the eleven months ended 30th
November, 1907, as compared with the corresponding periods for
1906 and 1905 :—



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[Dec. 12,1W7.



Foreign Trade of the United Kingdom in November-, 1907.
Imports of Foreign and Colonial Merchandif e.*



I.— Food, Brink, ui4 Tobftcco— £

A. Grain and flour 63,480^16

B. Meat, indudisg animals for food 44,856,548
0. Other food and dxink^

1. Non-dntlable 57,884,919

1 Dutiable 4S,063.0S9

D. Tobaooo 3,427,682

Total,ClaMl. ... £211,212,954

n.-Jaw Materlaii and Artidei
Mainly ^nmannlactnrod-

A. Coal, coke and manufactured fuel

B. Iron ore, scrap iron and steel

0. Otlier metallic ores

D. Wood and timber

B. Cotton

F. Wool

0. Other textile materials ...
H. Oil-seeds, nuts, oils, fats, and

gums

1. Hides and undressed skins
J. Materials for paper making
K. Miscellaneous



Total, Class II.



ni.-Art^^imU7 or Mainly

A. Iron and steel and manuf aoturet
theieof

B. Other metals and manufactures

thereof

C. Catiery, hardware, implements

and instruments

D. Electrical goods and apparatus

(other than machinery and tele-
nanh and telephone wire)

X. Maoiinery ,

F. Ships fnew)

0. Manufactures of wood and tim-

ber (including furniture)
H. Yams and textile fabrics—

1. Cotton

2. Wool

8. Other materials

1. Apparel

J. Chemicals, drugs, dyes and

odlours

K. Leather andmanufactures thereof
(including boots and shoes, and

jgloTes)

L. Earthenware and glaas

M.P^er

H. MisoellaneouB Z

Total, Class m. ... i

IT.— MisceUanoons and 0nolaoai-
fled (including Parcol Post)..

Total £



Eleren months ended
30th NuYember.



1905.



1906.



68.089,555

47,864,877

68,009,100
40,742,306
4,270,867



1907.



(+;

or
Decrease (-)

in 1907
uoompand
with 1906.



£

69,578,716
47,858,828

61,861,986

48,697,519

3,657,427



219,066,205 226,648,916



£
+ 6,484,161
— . 6,549

- 1,237^64
+ 2,955413

— 612,940



7,582,721



eaaa(+)

or

11907



MOdiBpireA

wi^l905.



£
+ 6,092.900
+ 3,001,780

■f 4,477,017
+ 1,684.480
+ 229,79»



-fl5,435,9:«



89.944
5,024,606
6,843,190
21,764,822
44,801,655
24,411,267
12,570,488



84,940
6,190,760
8,286,702
25,829,001
46,882,687
27.862.685
14,288,702



21,581,922 28,615,149
7,388,056 9,977,196
3.474,582] 3,548,287

20,549,895, 22,221,721



20.880
6,866,827
9,458,054
25,394,914
61,212,333
83,074.221
16,285,658

28,522,437
10,018,419
3.814,256
23,879,028



167,950,277.188,587,730 218,421,522 -f 29,838,792



— 14,560
+ 676,067
+ 1,221.358

— 504,067
-M4,3i9,696
-r 5,211,5(6
+ 1,996,956

+ 4,907.288
•f 86.228
+ 265,969
+ 1,657,802



— 19,564
-h 1.842.221
+ 2,614.864
-f 3,56(s092
4 16.910,778
-f 8,682,954
<f 3,665,220

-\- 6,940,515
-f 2,e25,36»
+ 339,674
•f 3,329,128



+50,471.245



7,628,411
19,571,977
8,261,192



915,321

4,192,670

31,510

1,803,209

7,242,888
11,610,542
17,849,828

8,705,370

8,831.080



10,023.050
3,888,843
4,771,340

25,620,751



7,809,669
25,342,706
3,411,983



1,092,696

4,754,216

28,372

1,868,749

8,610,981
11,245,298
18,655,546

8,545,176

9,262,680



6,479,903

26,832,790

3,661,257



1.145.878

4,909,067

26,855

1,757,209

8,793,182
10,084498
19,351,886

3,895483

10,695,818



11,821,100 10,562,109
3,872,774| 8,686.492
5,253.442 5,152,060

26^79,386 26,176.851



130,942,482:143,454,719 142,660,386



— 1,829,766
-4- 1,490,084
+ 249,324



53.182

154,851

1,517



— 111,540

-i- 182,201

— 1,210,994
4- 695,790

— 149,891

+ 1.438,133



- 1,258,191
~ 186,282

— 101,382
>- 702,535



— 794,333



— 1.148,508
+ :,260,81S
4- 400,06^



230,557

716,387

4,655

46.C0O



-f 1.550,794

— 1.576,343
+ 1,501.508

— 810,065

+ 1,864,733



+ 5S9,05»

— 197.3«

+ 380.720

-f 536.100



+11,717,904



2,052.486



2.266,685 2,180,802



igjy,yii»?j7W»CTftwi4»si + wmm



— 85.683



+ 138,314



+77.70.I8S



* The Talues of the Imports r(
•ondgned for sale, the lateat sale



tt tl^e cost, insurance, and ikeight; ^or when gooda are
iue of such goods*



The value of the Exports of home prodnce, also of foreign and
colonial produce, during the eleven months ended 30th November,
1907, as compared with the correeponding periods of 1906 and
1905, is as shown in the following table : —



Digitized by VjOOQIC



Dec. 12, 1907.1



THS BOJLMD Of nUDB MUENAL.



508



Foreign Trade &f the United Kingdom in November^ 1907.
Exports of Produce and ManufactnrM of the United KingdonL*



EloTen Months ended
30th November.



1905.



1906.



1907.



lBonMe(+)

or
DeoreMe (-}

in 1907
uooouMtfed
Vlthl906.



(+)
or

DooroMO (-)
in 1907



with 1905,



L-Food. Drink, and Tobacco-

▲. wm. aad fluur

B. Moat, inoluding animals for food.
G. Other food and drink
D. Tobaooo

Total, Glass I.

IL-Baw MateriaU and ArticlM

Mainly Urnnannfkctnred-

A« Goal, ooke, and manafaotnred fuel

B. Iron ore, sorap iron, and steel

C. other mctallio ores

D. Wood and timber

B. Gotton

F. Wool

0. Other textile materials ...
H. Oil-aeeda, nuts, oils, fats, and

foms

1. llides and undressod skins
J. Materials for paper making
K. MisoeUaneous

iy>tal, Glass II. ...

in.-^ArtidCt Wlkolljr or Mainly
' Maanfkctnred—
A; Iron and steel and manufactures

thereof
B. Other metals and manufactures



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