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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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UNITED STATES IDPAPRTMIENT O AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
and
FLORIDA STATE LMAKETING BUREAU
Cooperating


MARKET NEWS SSRVI'CE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES


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MAiKETING FLORIDA CITRUS


SIU aRY OF 1931-32 SEASON


By


H. F. Willson


aashington, D. C.


October, 1932.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS .

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Introduction .. ..................................................... 1 2
Production of Citrus Fruits, By States,' 1926-1931 ........................ 3
Census Report of Citrus Trees ........................................ 4
Conparative Carlot Shipments of Citrus Fruits from Principal States..... 5
Carlot Shipments of Citrus Fruit Sept.1931 through Aug. 1932 ........... 6
Oranges and Tangerines Carlot Shipments by Weeks ....................... 7
Grapefruit Carlot Shimnents by Teeks .................................. 8
Mi::ed Citrus Carlot Shipments by...!eeks........... ...... .... .... ..... ... 9
Analysis of the Manifests of "Mixed Citrus Shipments .................. 10
Su-:mary of Grade Analysis of Florida Citrus ............................ 11
Car-Lot Shipments from Florida, by Counties and Months .................. 12 25
Distribution of Florida Citrus ................................. ...... 26 37
Reca)itulation of Distribution ............................................... 8 41
Truck iiovement of Florida Citrus Fruits ............. ................ 2
Truck 1:ovement, Florida Citrus, to 34 Cities from Sept.thru Dec. 1931 ,.., 42
Truck Distribution Florida Citrus, By States .......................... 43
Unloads in 66 Cities By Months and By States of Origin -
(Oranges, Graoefruit, and Tangerines) ...................... 44 57
Weekly Auction Averages and Shipments of Citrus Fruits .................. 58 62
Foreign Citrus Markets Foreign News on. Grapefruit Foreign
FUe-s on Oranges ............... ............. ....... **....*** 63 6
Citrus Fruit Acreage in Principal Countries of the ,Jorld ............... 65
Oranges Production in principal Countries of the World ................. 66
Gre)efruit Production in Princi, al Countries, Crop Years................ 66
United States Orange Exports y Countries .......................... 67 68
United States Grapefruit sportss By Countries .......................69 70
United States Lemon Exoorts By Countries ......................... 71 72
Co:-ients on Liverpool Citrus Auction .................................... 73
Liverpool Auction Prices Grapefruit .............................. 74









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UNITED STATES IEPAE:I.IT OF AGRICL'LTRE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
ahd
.FLORIDA STATES 1.A LRfING BUREAU
SCooperating



MARKET NEWS SERVICE Oi FRUITS ADT VEG.ETABIES


IMAKT ING FLORIDA CITRUS
SUlMMtAK 07 1931-32 SEASON
By
H. F. Willson




Daily market reports on citrus were issued at Winter Haven, Florida., from
October 19, 1931 to May 7, 1932.

On first thought one would probably say that the 1931-32 Florida Citrus Sea-
son was a most disastraos one and compared to the more favorable seasons of the
past few.:years., it.-would seem that this assumption was correct. However, the real
yardstick is how did the Florida citrus industry. measure up with other fruit pro-
ducing sections or compare with its' competitors in citrus production. It is essen-
Stial to remember that during this period of national depression that there were. no
crops in the favored position of more -jrosioerous times. The Drices realized for
Florida citrus compared favorably vith those of other fruits. Taking oranges for
example, the season's -rices were about on a par with thosp received on the same
auctions a year earlier. From January 1932 throughout the remainder of the season,
Florida oranges sold at higher -prices than California. On the foreign auctions and
in the e:;ort trade, Florida fruit-more than held its own. For grapefruit there
was increasing. competition, particularly from Texas, but at the close of the season,
due to a combination of factors, 'the -rices were considerably higher than a year
ago.

During the .1931-32 season, there were some outstanding developments. Among
the :ost important was the sharp increase in boat shipments over any -rovious sea-
son. A decrease in freight rates was made .to the southeastern district and also
to some of the eastern seaboard markets, effective temporarily during, the current
season. A record of the track Movement by volume, and according to destinations,
was made available through the courtesy of the State Deiartment of Agriculturo for
the -eriod Se-ptomber 1st to December 31st inclusive, and is included in following
pages of this summary.

Tex:s demonstrated just how much of a bid she will make for the .;r-,efruit
markets. Totcl Teaics rail shipments were 5,329 cars, and truck movement would in-
crease this figure considerably, as compared to Florida's rail and boart shipments
of around 17,659 cars of grapefruit, not including the mixed car moveanont.

Other leading factors of importance were the bulk shipments of citrus and
the very marked decrease in the amount of canned fruit. The decline in ccnning
could probably be attributed to two -rincipal causes, a considerable carryover of
canned goods from the 1930-31 season, nnd the general economic conditions which
effected all business. 1i 0623





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Begimning with the change in rates to southeastern and eastern -:oints, effec-
tive in January and February, 1932, reqotei;ifo~ ; the prevailing carload to the
southeastern territory was generally 'ir46t'e:d to be 384 boxes and the load. -o the
more important eastern markets was increased to 444 boxes. In former seasons, load-
ings .ere mostly 360 or 372 boxes. Even though the 444 load applied, only to some
of the eastern markets, more cars wo.re..loaded with this number than were actually
shipped to the m1-rket s-iing this rate, for the reason that many shi-oers gcncrally
load 444 unless a car is loaded on ti order. which specifies otherwise. If the cars
are eventually shipped to a market other than having the 444 rate, the difference
in rate is paid. Although as yot thor ..are no: fig-ar.s on the avorago load for the
entire 1931-32 season available, preliminary data indicates that the average load
would approach the 400 mark.

The boat shipments of Florida citru's during the 1931-32 season bccamze of in-
creasing iiz.ortance, not only as to volume but also in the distribution of the total
movement. The rapid increase in volume -can best be shown by cormpring the shipments
of the -ast seasons. During the light 1929-30 season there was the equivalent of
only 25)4 cars of all classes of Flprida citrus shipped by boat. In 19'2S-29, 703
cars were shipped bay boat and in 1930-31 a total of 1.96 cars, while in 1931-32 the
boat shipments of all Florida citrcas amounted to 4,239 carloads. It was not at all
uncommon to have from 50 to 75 cars shipped. by boat on a single day.

There vere four eastern markets :which received boat shi-ments of Florid&I bit-
rus reaularly during the 193L1-32 season,.n.l.nel:- Be'w ork, Philadclphia, 3oston and
Balti.ore. Until this season Philadelihia, Baltim6re andi Boston had received little
Florida citrus by boat, but shia-ments to these markets during the current soc.son
were made regularly, although only in relatively small amounts as compared with New
York. During some weeks.most of the Florida gr-efruit arrivals at 1Te:r York were b3
boat. Occasionally the. boat shipments of oranges were fairly\heavy but not .s con-
sistontly; so as with grapefruit.

Express shipments, madce up of l.c.. lots. consolidated into solid car's,
mounted to approximately half the number.in the 1931-32 season as in thd 1930-31
season, The express shi-ueents by .months were as follows:- Iovember 4, December 219
January 52, February 6S, March 75, April 46, and Mayr l~4or a -total of 47S carloads.
In 1930-31 the total number of cars shipped by express November to May inclusive
was 1043 cars, A large percentage of. this movementt is made up of gift boxes shipped,
to various points in the.nor.th, particularly tho northeastern and southeastern
states. There are some .small.,operators who make a. pecialty' of single box orders
made u-) as desired. The volume of.this movement depends to a considerable extent
'on the number of the-tourists visiting.thle state.






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The figures in this table of prpductioirinclude fruit consumed on farms,
sold locally, and used :for *manufacturing purposes, as well as that. shi-poed. The'
figures do not include ;fruit that ripened on the trees but which was destroyed
by freezing or storms pri ; to picking. The figures on oranges.include tangerines
and satsumas, the former having reached.moderate proportions in Florida with the
acreage in the State increasing,:'.TheI figures, relate to the crop produced from
the bloom of the years shown., pidcking beginning -November 1 in California and about
September 1 in other states. Fruit in California..not picked until after October
31 of the following year is included with the next crop.

.P06JCTION OF CITRUS FRUITS, BY STATES, 1926-1931
BOXES*

ORANGES


I 1026 .- 1927
.28,167,000 23,000,000
10,700,000 -8,200,000
75,000 110,000
75,000 54,oo000
150,000 .. 200,000
20,000 30,000
42,000 -
3Q.22Q.0 no *l-RQ:-n


1 1928


1 1929 1930 1 1931


33,000,o00 24,40o,000 35,000,000 34,900,000
15,000,000 8,800,000 19,000,000 .13,800,000
38,000 212,000 3,000 70,000
54,00o 137,000 139,000 145,000
220,000 187,000 195,000 245,000
70,000 261,000. 250,000 520,000
37;000 : 2,000 54,000
,382,00 o 34 4.00 1,59,00_o 9.. 714,00 0


GRAPEFRUIT

.Fla. 7,800,000 7,200,000 10,500,000 8,200,000 16,000,000 10,200,000
Tex. 340,000 490,000 750,000 1,530,000 1,135,000 2,480,000
Calif. 650,000 .720,000 o800o,Q0O 1,000,000 1,250,000 1,400,000
Ariz. 75,0000. -176,000 186,000 365,000 400,000 450,000
4 States 8.8 60S_,oo 8 58.6.000_l,236 000 _11,95.,00P 18.785.000__ i 0 00

IEOONS

Calif. 7,712,000 6,000,000 7,100,00 5,900,000 7,950,000 8,oo0,000
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*Net content of box varies. In California and Arizona the approximate
average for oranges is 70 lbs. net and for grapefruit 60 lbs.; in
Florida and other states, oranges 83 lbs. and grapefruit 73 lbs.

#Estimates in standard boxes each equal to about 2 of the"half-straps"
comrnonly used. ...


calif.
Fla.
Ala.#
Ariz.
La.
Tex,
Miss.
7 States


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ENSUS B~PORT OF CI9 US TFES
Following is the report of the,3u.re4u of the Census, Department of Commerce,
of the number of citrus trees in California, florida, Texas, Arizona, Alabama and
Louisiana as listed in the 1930 census, with comparisons with previous yenr$, The
1930 Census was taken April 1, and the 1925 and 1920 Census on January.1, each
applying to the number of trees during the.lprecediig year.
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Florida 1929
1924
1919
California 1929
1924
1919
Texas 1929
192R
19 19
Arizona 1920
1924
1919
Alabama*1929 '
Louisiana# 1929


Florida 1929
1924
1919
California 1929
1924 .
1319
Texas 12
ij 19
Arizona 1929
1924
1919
Alabama 1929
1924
1919
Louisiana 1929
1924 .,
1919
Florida"1929
1924
1919
California 1929
1924
1919


Trees of Bearing Trees Not of. hearing
Age (Number) Age (Nubber). TOTAL
G R A P E R U..I T
3,595,155 .93,874- 4,534,029
2,969,910 951,9o09 .. 3,921,819
1,681,481 963,336 2,644,817
619,561 f6 1, 14,057
304,26a 2 *66 5
231 136 1873 351A
114,735 2,19,614 2,913,349
74:039, B....
177,068 495,24 672,322
38,988 14,568 53,556
18,819 12,768 3 ,587
14 32 46
1,295 1,038 2,333


*4- Counties
* #9 Parishes .
(Including all
9,002,362
7,105,722
3,684,327
14,239,607
13,870,018
10,297,593
3 536,42, .

96,564
77,246
.. .46,652 .
432,632
262,69
260:,29
154,946
137,456
104,382

28,497
84,273
34,176
2,776,114
3,196,469
2 884.770


0 R A iNG E S
Oranges, -Taegerinc s
3,421,8367
6o46.261
2,341,341
2,559,312
1,702,027
2, 598,759
--~E

358,914
54,185
..... 3,362
161,377
)() ,126
16,536
226,848
135,931
26,356
L E M O'N S
14,761
68,909
22,756
309,185
284,000
781.535


and Satsumans)
.12,424,199
l]351:%


12,s96,352
2541214.
55,901
455,478
131,431
60,014
594,009
621,15
425,830
.301,794
273,387
130,738
43,258
153,182
56,932
3,085,299
3,480,469
3,666,305


2.884.770


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COPARATIVI CARLOT SIPETS', DF. CZg7JS TST ThF0U PRINCIPAL STATES PAST TTULVE
S.ASO.IS I1ICLUDInTG 30A: ES-::.iT" 1T CA LOT z.SUIYALtfS.

WORIDA - -- .


ORANGES
(Including Tangerines) i/ -
1920-21 20,860
1921-22 15,717
1922-23 23,006
1923-24 33,431
1924-25 25,091
1925-2.5 19,625
1926-27 22,536
1927-25 16,453
1928-29 .,32,550 .TAJC-E
1929-30 1/' .16,464
1930-31 / 30,819 3,
1931-32 20.00 2.


ORAI-TGES 3/


TAiTC-INE S
1
10
5


GRAPEFRUIT
11,115
12.,943
16,969
19,61i4
20-,087
14,269
17,304
14.,166
ES 21,844
13,955
2.,O3 l .
26,081
17.659


CALIP ORITIA
GRAPEERUIT..13/


..459
462
567
446
431
558
593
7SO
7so
1,194
1,220
# 1,500


4 iXED CITRUS
(not
reporte-d)
2,631 ,
35, 6os0
.4,226.
.3,.565.
5,313
6,225
9,109
S;8,21'S
4.. 94, 687 ".
8 .g24


LIIXED CITRUS 3/

(not
reported)
1,033
1,424:
1,148g
1,605
1,639
1,630
1,783
1,343
1,626
1,412 #_


TEXAS


TANGERIZES

2
0


GRAPEFRUIT
0
8

99
521
298
747
1,036
1 ,617
3:,493
2,247
., 2q


MIIXD CITRUS
0
4


.1
is
0
22
92
15
501
288
520


TOTAL
LELiOT S CITRUS
0 0
0. 12
o 66
1 lo4
2 544
o 304
o 778
o 1,154
o 1, 35
-3 4,150
o 2,654
0_ _:6,0o49


I T
843.
096
7,24


1920-21
1921-22
1922-23'
1923-24
1924-25
1.925-26
1926-27
1927-23
1920-29
1929-30
1930-31
'1931-32


46,844
28,376
4s,346
44,905
34L,439
":7,017
53,511

S68,797
43,052
54,764
+ 52,142


1920-21
I9.21-22.
1922-23-

19224-23
1925-2S-
1926-27--
1927-23
.1928-29-
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32.


ORANGE S
.0
0

3
3


26
33
156
117
200


Tangerines reported'separately for 1929-30, 1930-31 and 1931-32.
Including consolidated cars of express shipments.
Shipping season from November 1 to October 31.
To September 1, 1932.


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TOTAL
2/ CITUSS
31,975
2-,6o60'

S56,653
4, ,404
37,.459.
-5,153
6,S~*4
63,503
39,478
. .. .. 74,683
49,246

L:..01TS / TOTAL
S CITRUS
11,836. 59,131
9,907 38,786
8,946 58,83.2
13,3s5 60,1s6
11,So8 47,716
13,91S 63,149
13,32: 69,276
12,74- 58,824
17,151 88,583
1,5G '59,139
18,377 74,256
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1931 1932
SEPT. OCT__ NOV. DE~C Ji JELM R. iY JUNE JULY UA3 G._ TOTAL
OR AGES
Alabama 12 149 14 175
Arizona 28 18 20 66
Calif. N.Dist. 294 281 51 6 6 1 639
S.Dist. 4585 4632 1262 1175 3374 4924 6378 4986 5164 4877 5888 4748 51993
C.Dist. 1 93 3235 2653 254 112 125 1202 1044 91 8 8818
Imp.Val.ley 3 3
Florida 311 2107 3551 3258 3421 2926 2467 1700 267 1 20009
Louisiana 15 26 26 9 2 1 79
Mississippi 3 35 2 40
Texas 1 11 28 35 24 30 71 200
TOTAL U.S. 44587 5062 7153 7755 7007-8502 9508 8658 7909 5236 5897 4748 82022
Imports Cuba 1 1 1 2 3 8
Porto Rico 2 13 48 14 5 13 9 2 106
G---RPERUIT
Arizona 12 49 30 36 35 47 50 37 296
Calif. N.Dist. 1 1 1 - 3
S.Dist. 73 61 68 37 54 47 71 95 236 421 1,37 108 1.408
C.Dist. 5 3 2 2 22 13 24 2 73
Imp.Valley 22 13 19 17 17 16 26 44 3 177
Florida 121 1990 2171 1723 2740 2464 2589 2587 1176 95 3 17659
Texas 68 635 588 467 981 1211 1.379 2
TOTAL U.S. 262 2725 2893 2276 3828 3777 4105 2780 1o56 5' 142 108 2445 .
Imrorts Cuba 241 75 1 2 1 45 365
Porto Rico 320 60 37 4 3 6 3 6 7 21 28 69 864
LEMONS
Calf. N.Dist. 1 5 14 11 20 20 14 5 10 9 109
S:S.Dist. 882 969 611 754 941 977 1780 1535 2423 2316 1.770 961 15919
C.Dist. 3 52 22 48 56 52 63 15 12 3 1 327
TOTAL U.S. 886 1.026 647 813 1017.1049 1857 1555 2445 2328 1771 961 16355
Imports Mexico .-- .-_ - 1 1
T ANGER IINES
Calif. :N.Dist. 2 2
S S.Dist. 2 -- 2
Imp. Valley -1 1
Florida 1 423 861 926 493 50 2754
Louisiana 1 4 -
TOTAL US. 1 423 864 927 4-7 2 2764
MIXED CITRUS


Arizona
Calif. N.Dist
S.Dist
C.Dist
Florida
Louisiana
Texas
oTAL_ I,_S_


4 6 5 1 -16
S 1 1
129 77 13 23 7 92 136 1.13 147 316 240 174 1533
2 23 23 4 4 13 5 2 8
173 1176 2301 1723 1444 940 729 285 53 8824
8 47 23 9 87
2 26 63 .78 85 119 147 -- 520
- 131 278J927 2.47 1W25- 126228_ 855 437 369 2142 .174 ,v067


1q-U TIMOUGH AUG. 1932


c ~RLOT ^.~,:EiIPi~lENT S .OF..CITRUS E~f~T~_LT~z~'~PL


Ic)31 T3R'OUGH BUG. 193~






ORA GES ANDi TA.NTGELIT.ES CAERLOT' SIPin TS BY TMEKS

..10TE: Beginning with the 1929-30 season Tangerine shipments were listed separately.
In. previous seasons ..TangerinesA we.re .iicllided (ith Oranges
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i. ALTT'~O TIA


1o31-32 1q-5cW~1 312I01


Cran- Tanger- Oran- Tanger-
ges ines ges ines
1931
Sept5 -
12 -
1 .. 3
26 5
Oct. 3 -
10 1 66
17 12 287
24 95 738
31 203 1. 846 -
Nov. 7 214 6 959 8
14 531 15 904 112
21 810 168 775 450
28 44o 192 658 125
Dec. 5 553 162 1109 234
12 1152 149 1331 251
19 1327 257 713 148
26 335 141 445 93
1932
Jan, .2 461 315 1035 287
9 1008 221 759 233
16 675 176 824 176
23 628 210 10C4 92
30 762 192 1292 172
Feb. 6 827 163 1204 189
13 943 146 1105 165
20 895 114 1192 104
27 641 *67 123:: 79
Mar.- 5 690 38 979 74
12 714 7 1019 46
19 610 9 1110 35
26 624 5 1125 19
Apr. 2 608 666 2-
9 589 707 1
16 551 759
23 600 869 1
30 533 1140
May1 7 420 973 -,
14 413 663 -
'21 452 738 -
.....-28-- .-329 610 -
June 4 174 374
11 102 3C4
18 65 197
25 18 73 -
Includes 2 cars of Tangerines.
# Includes 1 car of Tangerines.


431 723
964 625
923 982
796 14414
887 1467
950 944
893 746
1300 1136
1632 1614
1544# --1618
1357# 1680
1200 1672
1515 1822
1615 -1710
1679 1374
1688 1375
1226 1141
1162 1335
1241 2112
1511 -. 1888
1616 1634
1590 869.
o168 1153
1135 1393
1024 1381
1209 123 0


1035
897
,1091
1121
'1222
1172
1089
.61
1030
1119
1017
1085
1249
1283
1473
622*
716#


;ALL OTHERS ..


'iTALS


31-32 130-31 31-32 130-31


571
648
589
.557
532
S471
335
ill
111
1o6
671
972
763
1536
..1856
'1361
572
595


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1

3
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33
68
98
51
30
23
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11

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24
25
9
10
10
9
15
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9
12
40
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1035
S97
1091
.1121
1224 .
1174.
1101
959
1255
1372
1631
S2161
1932
2028
2757
2236
1203


571
64g
592
562
,536
545
630
856
966
1666
2029
2012
2339
3231

1451
1144


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32
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1216 205,6
2217 1627
1799 1994
1643 2549
1851 2939
1950 2349
. 1991 2029
2324 2444
2349 2943
S2281 2674
2090 2746
S1868 2817
2156 2966
2223 2379
*2268. 2b82
2239 2134
1826. 2011
1695 -2475
1662 3087
1924 2551
2068 2372
1919 1479
1242 1527
1237 1697
1089 1578
1227 1303






GR&PBSBTIT CA4R.CgSHIPM N TS B'ItEEKS .
Week FLORIDA TE:2S [ ALL-OTHERS -TOTALS
Ending 1931-32 1930-31 1931-32 11930-31 1931-32 1930-31 3931232 I 1930-31
1931
Seot. 5 53 25 2 55
12 190 10 12 .14 202
19 9 315 17 5 26 320
26 53 374 10 14 1 77 375
Oct. 3 119 285 144 58 19 3 282 346
10 266 532 256 156 24 12 546 700
17 464 453 171 116 19 6 654 575
24 671 310 68 50 20 13 759 373
31 525 561 54 63 27 26 606 650
Nov. 7 308 666 122 125 33 24 .. 463 815
14. 546 478 153 100 33 32 732 610
21 579 412 183 114 30 34 792 560
28 606 478 111 138 31 29 748 645
Dec. 5 546 710 102 177 25 29 673 916
12 377 563 126 128 26 21 529 712
19 373 263 139 93 18 23 530 379
26 305 310 52 30 16 23 373 363
1932
Jan. 2 464 706 104 68 13 14 581 788
9 569 625 214 154 22 30 805 809
16 587 594 288 154 26 36 901 784
23. 636 791 249 80 22 37 907 908
30 680 904 177 70 32 37 889 1011
Feb. 6 439 856 314 81 25 25 778 962
13 597 842 315 109 20 23 932 974
20. 618 992 265 68 21 19 904 1079
27 696 870 275 77 33 26 1004 973
Mar. 5 744 878 358 36 28 36 1130 950
12 532 1148 356 1 32 38 920 1187
19 493 1005 393 31 36 917 1041
26 617 933 330 29 46 976 979
Apr. 2 572 988 32 46 604 1034
S 634 1065 43 32 677 1097
16 721 763 56 68 777 831
23 563 980 1 23 50 586 1031
30 472 862 59 46 531 908
May 7 473 974 59 52 532 1026
14 430 766 98 44 528 810
21 136 374 50 4o.- 186 414
28 112 420 101 28 213 448
June 4 63 362 51 22 114 384
11 30 180 120 39 150 219
18 22 117 128 26 150 143
25 3 '55 115 31 118 86







MIXED CimUS CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY WEKS

......................... .
Week T: A. iFLORI D :.:.I Af : ALL OTHERS : TOTALS
Ending :1931-32 :1930-31 :1931-32:1930-31:1931-32:1930-l1:1931-32 :1930-31 :
1931 : :
Sept. 5 42 17: 42 17
S12 29 : 30 29 :
1.9 : :. 27 19 .- 27 19
26 1 34 16-: 1 : 35 17
Oct. 3 :-. : .-5 : 0 ; : : -25
10 29 : 28 ''-3 23 : 2 55
17 : *7 155 ( 12 8 : 25: 19 188
24 : 65 174 :' 17 .8 : 8 27 90 209
31 : 101 244 : 12 6: 12 34 125 284
Nov. 7 : 102 35 : 13 4 : 13 34 128 373 :
14 : 24600 : 9 10 : 22 21: 277 431
21 : 375 558 7 11 : 18 20 : 4oo 59.
28 : 373 397 4 6: 21 23 : 398 426
Dec. 5 : 487 776 : 13 8 : 21 17 : 521 801
12 : 644 1020 : 11 14 : 33 : 693 1067
19 : 765 881 : 9 10 : 65 : 15 956
26 : 291 370 11 9 : 17 12 : 319 391


1932
Jan. 2: 320
9 : 455
16 : 372
23 : 366
,30 : 393
Feb. 6 : 344
13 : 377
20 : 372
27 : 317
Mar. 5 : 249
12 : 2pg
19 : 2.05
26 : 1,92
Apr. 2 : 2,03
9 : 2.03
.6 : 1.64
23 : 148
30 : 142
May 7 : 86
14 : 82
21: r50
28 : 51:
June 4 : 31
11 : 19
18 : 18
25 : -


626
541.
571
634
758 ,
790
729
624
539
434
420
358
353
277
254
226
242
243
248
156
101
79 :
59
34
19
..1i6


13 : 24
18 1.7
37 : 28
34 : 26
40 28
30 : 34
35 : 34
37 : 40
,ko : 25
30 : 53
36 : 13
52 : 51.
59 : 30
36 :

348 : -
'i4 : -
14 : -
26 : -
33 : -
'28 : -
21 : -
19 : -
45 : -
42 : -
39 : -


351
492
423
408
444
400
435
437
363
333
248
289
259
222
234
195
184
168
1.02
110
105
105
82
89
100
79


649
575
621
676
808
832
776
681
5)6
467
457
412
413
314
302
264
279
258
277
189
129
100
78
79
65.
55.


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ANALYSIS O ''i~tB S'" fl' CITRUS SHNIPMETS
BY CLEARING HOUSE SHIPPER IMEiBERS SHOWING AVERAGE
PERa'CE.KSrO,0T' ES, GRAPEFRUIT & TANGERINES :

S193 1-32 Season

Mado available.thvough the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Growers Clear-
ing House Aspoc-iation, Winter Haven, Florida .


(Week Endin

October (Moi
November 7
14
21
28
December 5
12
19
26
January 2
9
16
23
30
February 6
13
.20
27
March 5
12
19
S26
April 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
S 28
June 4

e11centag

Percentage


g) MIXED CAR: SHIIPMEIvS

nth of) 53
38
71
117
108
80
120
S 116
100
61
77
86
77
102
76
116
132
105
s84
48
66
38
79
43
61
38
65
24
34
22
16
11
6
Total 2270

by Classes


ORANGES
Carlot
28
24
38
63
58
41
73
66
51
32

43
36
55
39
62
74
61
44
.27
34
22
49
23
36
.20
34
.14
:15
11
8
6
S130
1230


G3APEF ZJIT.
Equivalents
25
14
25
3-1
28
19
29
25
19
1:1
16
21
23
20
15
26
24

21
15
7
15
26
20
25
18


19
ii
*8
.5
.3
649


TANGERIN S
by Classes.:


8
23
22
20
18
25
30
18
21
22
18
27
22
28
34
20
19
6
5
1
4










391
17i
17


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SUMMARY OF GRADE ANALYSIS OF FLORIDA CITRUS- 1931-32 SEASON
(Obtained through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Growers
Clearing House Association)

There are a sufficiently large number of cars represented in the following
table so that the-percentages should. be representative of the quality for the
season.


FIRST GRADE

55
50
40
45
42
44
.49
46
51
46


ORANGE S
COMMERCE IAL

7
3
3
3
2
6
3
g


sCOND -GRADE TH-IRD- GRADE
----^~~"..------- ^
.. 31
23 -
o.. ^ .. ... .. .. . ..
40-
4o 5
42 4
40 5
41 4
40o-- -" 5
344- 43
395 3


GRAPEFRUIT
-


TANGERINES
'i

3
1
1


October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
Average


. ,

.7

.. 16
7,
10
5
3
1
.1
9S


October
November
December
January
February
March
April 1
May
June
Average


November
December
January
February
March
Average


54
49
53
53
50
43
53
46
57
5O,


71
65
59
56
42
614


39
31
35
32
38
37
33
36
21
3 op


2
17
3
3
5
6
2

1




1
.' 1-


2g
32
38
42

3 7


/-


2
1

l -


_I


_7


--


--


--






ORANGES CAR-LOT SHIPU 1EIT S FRO: .I LORIDA, BF CO UTIES AND -10THS


.19t'31 ... 19032
COUNTY STATION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 'Jan:.- eb. Mar.- Ar. May June July Total
Brevard.
Cocoa-Rockledge 14 56 82 4S 45 :14 .259
Mirms .- .3 .20 -18 ,16 10 67
Cond. -7aySbills 5 3 7 57 18 23 1 221
Total 22 115 178 121 73 37 1 547
Columbia
Lake City 1 1
Dade
Goulds 2 1 3
Miami 9 1 10
Total 2 1 9 1 13
De Soto
Arcadia 9 34 92 65 106 31 13 27 11 388
Ft. Ogden 4 2 2 2 12 4 3 5 34
Nocatee 5 17 11 1 3 5
Cond.. Tybills 2 2 6 5 15
Total 13 3 113 73 132 41 16 35 11 82
Escazfoia -
ensacola 2' 1 20
Elagler
Cond. Ua7rbills 7 1 -
Hardee
Bowling Green 2 23 11- 36 11 3 6
Limestone 8 8 13 1 4 34
Ona 1 1
Wauchula 3 51 6 83 129 45 40 13 4 454
Cond; Jaybills 1 -- 1
Total 3 61 119 94 178 56 44 7 4 -
Hernando
Brooksville 1 11 26 14 27 13 23 25 140
Highlands "
Avon Park 3 59 45 32 4o 87 81 57 7 41
Lakemont 3 2 6 5 24 10 1 51
Lake placid .- 6 2 .15 14 13 23 13 1 92
Sebring- 1 2 I 9 6 15 50
Total 4 70 49 70 59 138 120 86 604-
Hillsoorough
Brandon 1 9 5 15
Duralnt -1 - 1
plant City 26 78 259 95 47 45 21 571
Seffaer 1 3 3 1 32 23 18 81
Sulphur Springs 7 15 2 9 13 5 77
Tampa 19 11 1 54 118
Thonotosassa 1 27 9 14 12 2 1 66
Valrico 4 29 1i 1 8 3 60
Cond. Waybills 2 2
Total 3 117 361 152 85 111 108 19 991
Indian River
Vero Beach 2 10 1 1 1 15
Wabasso 2 1 2 4 6 1 16
Cond. Haybills 1 8 5 3 17
Total 5 19 8 7 1 48





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O,,..5 -..CA_-LOT S IE PiEiTS FROM FLORIDA, BY COGUTIES AITD iO:TTES
-:-...- ..... -... --..-..s AS .193.1-32- (.cont'd-)..- .


19.. 31 19032
OUtTY.--"STA.TICa ---Sep- -Oet- Nov.--Dece -Jan.. Feb. Mar. .Apr... ay.. June July Total
Jacks on - .:.. ~" -
Colnd. TayUtsills 19. 45 1 65

C0ermon.t .2 -8-.. 16 ... .. 10 ..2 5 47-
istis .-. 2. -65 .73 .10 .125 -.95 ...53: 2 525
Ferndale 1 1
Groveland 5 20 2 6 33
Howey -." ........ 3 7 41 .49 28 19 177
Lady Lle- --- .15 -.. 21 .21 13 .6 10 86
Lake Jem 1 5 4 3 13
LeesburZ .- ..2 57 8S 71 70 72 .37 .1 396
Mascotte 3 5 1 9
Montvarde 6 4 -- 10
Mt., Dora 2 2 13 9 36 15 16 93"
Okahui)ka 1 1 20 13 10 6 1 1 53
Tavares 6 11 23 28 17 1 20 106
Umatilla 2 33 -27 -21 7. 39 17.. 214
Cond. t.7bills 1 4 1 2 -
Total 27 210 337 307 417 296 148 28 1 1771
Lee
Alva 1 14 7 4 17 6 8 4 61
Ft, years s 32 16 29 30 27 35 3 172
Cond. TIaoills 16 17 4 37
Total 1 -46 39 50 .51 33 43 7 270
lanatee
3radenton 1 1 8 3 11 2 1 2 29
Gillett 5 7 16 1 2 31
Manatee 5 4 2 5 2 18
Matoalka 1 1
aletto 56 30 47 20 30 16 1 200
Total 1 6 34 59 19 2 1 279
Jarion
Citra 34 34
Lowell 15 2 17
He Intosh 1 1 2 4
Ocala 4 22 2 12 27 88
Sume field 2 54 65 44 .1 166
sirsdale '9 79 53 76 70 31 2 6 335
Cond. 7Taybills 3 17 48 77 24 10 8 187
Total -i 18 173 216 222 115 70 11 6 831
Okee chobee
Okeechobee l *1 2
Orange
Ap oka 1 2 3 .9
Maitland 6 0 11 31 -1 3 62
Ocoee 37 51 44 59 44 24 259
Orlando. 19 49 152 134 111 42 69 23 -..- 599
Plymouth 8 27 62 105 182 64 41 41 1 53-1
Tildenville 4- -45. 55. 86 63 30 53 17 363
Winter Garden 14 -102 146 147 .173 130 154 29 895
Winter Park 9 33 46 115 81 58 45 4 391






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0oMGCZS '- C-LOT -S I irIT Si.- -Rid A Rh.0 I M0A, BY. 0 0iliTs1-TES 40T--O i S
SEASONT 1931-32 (.C(Cnt!'d)-..

_1931, . . .. .... 1932
COUITY STATION Se-st. Oct. N :ov.' Dec. Jan'. Feb. ar. .A'r.;Iay:. June Jtly: -.Total--
Orange Cont d
Yellwood 2 9 *12 ....lg..1 ..3 .14 .-.. -. '68
Cond. Tayoills 15 54 51 60 83 25 31 21 2 332 *
Total 79 345 583 717 801o 409 437 135 3 3509
Osceola .
Kissi.xaee 4 21 51 '26 19 4 17 9 151
Cond. 'ay:bills I 1 2
Total 4 21 52 27 lq 4 17 o, 15-


palm Beach
West .ala Beach 2 3 5
Pasco
Blanton 1 11 25 20 10 1 68
Dade City 8 12 8 27 10 15 25 105
E fers 3 9 '3 4 7 10 5 41
Gulf Pine 1 2 4 7
San Antonio 3 5 1 19
Total 16 37 43 56 17 39 32 240
Pinellas :
Clear7ater -' 42 65 52 16 41 63 20 299
Dunedin 2 17 23 2 4 11 6 65
Largo 9 10 18 31 14 82
Palm Harbor 2 20 32 19 9 16 24 18 140
Tarzon Springs 1 1 1 - 3
Total 4 '89 131 91 30 99 107 38 .. 589
)'olk


Al uras 17 32 23 10 22 43 44 191
Auburndale 6 66 86 26 76 68 93 123 18 562
Babson Park .- 4 4 2 12 36 5 63
Eartol 2 11 16
Davenport -. 2 7 60. 19 2. .43 32 23 238
Dundee 3 10 4 14 4 20 7 .10 .-.. .-. 72
Eagle Lake 17 1 2 13 10 9 7 59
Florence Villa 4 31 39 -43 14 16 16 54 43 260
Ft. LIsade 6 25 23 16 15 41 126
Frostproof 2 24 76 49 45 116 71 72 17 4722
Haines City 4 99 99 24 7 99 68 69 46
Highlands City 3 3 19 13 1 24 18 8 89
Homeland 9 I- 1 6 33
Kathleen 9.- -- 12
Lake Alfred 20 9 13 25 16 21 7 54 15 .- 180
Lake Hamilton 7 14 '2 21 18 23 85
Lakeland 5 34 72 46 36.42 42 .34 ...- 311
Lake Wales 9 32 76 54 18 76 119 141 19 544
Lucerne Park 1 3 4 2 12 22 2 46
Waverly 2 18 15 20 -9 12 26 23 36 161.
West Frostproof '2 5 1 4 4 24
Winter Haven 4 92 116 110 141 .87 98 115 12 775
Cond. 17ayills 1 5 77 56 87 64 55 -38 423
Total 67 580 8:53 555 528 794 825 841 162 5211'


V i





15 -
ORBA2TNGES CAR-LOT SVlP.METS ,0X.1i0RlA, 3SF. C0Ul^.S ATD :.10.TTES.
~ ~ . A SO N 1^S ~ 9 3 1 ^ A *, .

1931 1932
COiUTY STATION. .Sept..Oct,~Jov..ec, Jan. Feb.jKir. Anr. May June July Total
P utnam .. . .. ..; '. .; .... : ". --
Crescent City 5 7 5 11 63 35 7 -- 33
Georgetown -. - 2 4 - 6
SEast Palatka -.... -_ -. 1
Interlachen ... ......- .. 1 1
Lake Co-o 1 3 2 6
Palatka - - 1 11- 2 1 .. .5
Cond. 7aybills 4 9 20
Total- 5 8 17 19 87 38 8 -. 182
Saras ota
3ee RidEe .- -. 2 -- 2
Sarasota 19 7 1 5 11 5 10 8 1 67
Total 19 7 1 7 11 5 10 8 .1 69
Seminole
Forest Cit- -- 35 60. 72 80 60 41 348
Ovieco.. -. I. 39 38 26 8.. 129
Sanford 18 23 53 42 39 1 4 193
Condo, eZills. ... .-. 2 25 40 4 16 .- 128
Total 73 147 203 193 123 55 798
St. Johns
Hastings 9 4 7 5 25
St. Lucie -"
Ft. Pierce 3 10 25- 28 31 30 -. 127
'Thite City 1. 2 2.. 4 9
Cond7a'ills. 1 2 3 21
Total 4 13 35 33 38 3 157
Sumter.
Wildc ood 5 21 9. 1 4 1 41
Volusia
Beresfor 4 22.. 26
De Laud -- 1 23 49 50 137- 91. 57 7 24 439
SDe---Leon -Srings .5 11. 16 6. 9 1 4
N-ew Srayrna .... ....-.. .. 3 6, 5 21
0oa ill 1 17" 7 1 7 6 I 73
Pierson 13- -- 14. 166 5 1 2 51
Seville -. 1- 4 6 19.. 1 - 31
Cond. .a:cills 3 16 23
Total ....... 1. ..38 .8 104 203- 165 87 10 26 -. 712
Boat Shipnents .5 .43.. 18 .173 224- 354 249 383 51 1670

GRARDTOTAL -- 311 2107 3551 3258.3421 2926.2467 1700 267 1 20009

(Inco rp lete) -. .-
Truck Shiipents 3 105 492 892 .. 1492

Not included in Grand Total

. . .* . . . : .. . ... . . : .. ... ... ... ..






16-
TAMGEERIIES CAR-LOT Sg n4tIR- t f.lngiMiS Y COtTNTIES M D MOiTHS
SEASON 1931-32


COUNTY I STATION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
Brevard.
Cocoa-Rockledge 1 1 2
Cond. U7-bills 2 2 9
Total- 1 2 6 2- 11
De Soto -
Arcadia 3 15 10 9 37
Ft. Ogden. .- 1 ..3. 12
Nocatee .. ... .- ... ....... 2. . 13
Cond. ayZbills 1 -
Total 6 19 -25 13 63
Hardee .
Bowling Green 1 1
Li:mestone 5 7 12
Wauchula 12 14 4 1 37
Total- 6 12 19 12 1 50
Hernando'
Brooksville -. 11 28 25. 24 2 90
Highlands ... .
Avon Park 10 15 16 10 .51
Lakemoht 2 2 4 4 12
Lake Placid 6 7 12 .25
Sebring 1 12 4 17
Venus 1 1
Total ..... 12...2.6 .37 31 -, -. 106
Hillsborough. ....
Lutz 1 1
plant City 3 2 6 1 12
Seffner 1 1 2
Sulphur Springs 1 2 2 5
Tanma 1 7 3 11
Thonotosass& 1 19 11 3 .. 34
Total 30 21 7 65
Indian River
Sebastian 1 1
Vero 3bach 2 2
Wabasso ... 2 3 *. 5
Cond. Waybills 1 1
Total 5 -
Lake
Clermont 5 7 4 16
Eustis ........ 2 16 10 1 29
SHowey 3 13 1 2 19
Lady Lake 1 4 1 -
Lake Jem 1 2 3
Leesburs 5 5 1 8 19
Mt. Dora 5 3 2 2 12
Tavares 5 1 5 1 12
Umatilla 6 13 7 1 27
Total 27 57 37 21 1 143





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TANGERINES CAR-LOT SEIrMT'S RO M -LORIDA.rBnY COUNmIES -Ai..SQOES
SEASO---131- 2. (Cont' d)

1931 ..... ... 1 932 .................
COUNTY | STATITI O Sent;. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan, Feb. Mr-; .Apr. !a. .ii Jul. Total


Lee
Ft. I;fyers


- -- 2


- 4- -


Manatee
palmetto -_ 2 ..-..- 2
Mari on i
Ocala 1 1 2
Weirsdale S 5 3 -- 16
Cond. 7abills 3 6 1 10
Total 12 11 1 -28
Orrane


Mait land
Ocoee
Orlando
plymnouth
Tildenville
Winter Garden
Winter ?.'rk
Yellwood
Cond. Waybills
Total
Osceola
Kissianee


Pasco
Pasco
SIfers
San Antonio
Total
Pixne'llas
Clearwater
Largo
Palm Haroor
Total
Polk
Alturas
A'aburndale
Babson -Park:
Davenport
Dunde3
Eagle La#e
Florence Villa
Ft. leader
Frostproof
Haines City'
Highlands Cit;
Kathleen
Lake Alfred
Lake :Hai.ilton
Lakeland
Laxe JTle .
Lucerne park
Waverly;


- 4 1 2
- 2 8 -
8 2 16 17 -
6 23 32 10
- 27 21 2 -
- 16 34 33 22 2
4 9 6 5 -
9 2 6 4
1 33 50 70 35 21
1 71 180 189 99 27


10
- 67
- 71
.- 50
.. 107
- - .24
- 21
. 210
S 5672


- 14 13


- 2 1 .- 3
S- 1 1



- 11 4 2 .. .
S 1 4 6 1
- 11 7 2 20
- 23 1 16 2 -. 56


- 0
13 .42 40
- 1 11
- 5 5 1
- '5 6 S
2 4 2
- 15 23 34
- 1 -
- 16 25 33
- 30 56 4
- 2 1
- 7
- 5 29 19
11 13 4
- 14 3 9
- 21 -8
- . 1
3 21 20


- 11
100
12
11
24
- '11
106
1
94
133

7
53
32
31
- 54
3
--' 60"


__


_ __ ___


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TAITGEBRI:ES CAR-LOT SIIPI : TS FROM FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND i:IONT:-IS
SEASON 1931-32 (Cont'd)

1931 1932
COUNTY TATION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Ieb. Har., A-r. May June July Total
Polk (Cont'd)
West Frost-roof 1 1
Winter Haven 35 64 o 31 210
Cond. Vaybills 6 9 4 26
Total 190 309 326 152 6 93
Putnam
Crescent City 2 11 22 6 41
Georgetown 1 1 2
Lake Coo- 3 3 2 8
Total 6 14 25 6 51
Seminole
Forest City 3 9 16 11 39
Oviedo 4 12 12 28
Sanford 6 6 9 1 22
Cond. 17aybills 3 4 2 1 10
Total 16 31 39 13 99
St. Lucie
Ft. pierce 4 g1 9 41
White City 1 7
Cond. Waybills 1 1 1 .. 3
Total 16 19 16 51
Volusia
De Land 10 43 22 6 2 53
Pierson 12 17 19 11 59
Seville 7 15 25 13 60
Total 29 75 66 30 2 202
Boat Shipments 1 16 4 118

GRAND TOTAL 1 42 861 926 493 50 2754
* Track Shinments (Incomplete) 34 141
* Not Included in Grand Total


GR PEIRUIT CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS FROM FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND :i0.TTIS
SEASON 1931-32


COUNTY I STATION I Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec; Jan. Feb. Mar. Aor.. May June July Total
Brevard,
Cocoa-Rocklodge 4 13 16 26 29 14 4 106
Mims 1 4 8 8 5 1 27
Cond. Waybills 15 26 31 35 24 28 9 168
Total 5 32 50 65 69 39 32 9 301
Dade
Goulds 29 43 1 1 74
Homestead 9 4 6 .1 20 8 88
Miami 16 91 7 1 3 38 16 172
South Lia 1i 1 1
Cond. 1Jaybilis 25 60 7 - 6 9
Total 79 238 2 1 6 6.5 24 433







GRAPEFRUIT CAR-LOT SHIFPMI: T-SI z FL-IDA, .BY CQIFNTIES AND MONTHS
SEAS ON. 19J-32..(Co t 'd)


S.... .1931. ..... .............. ... .... 1932_
COTTYI ST TION....I. Set..x:.Oct. Nov. Deo, Jan. Feb. ar.. May June July Total
De Soto
Arcadia 15 14 2 1 3 17 26 19 97
Ft. Ogden 2 1 3 7 13
Nocatee 2 1 5 8
Cond. Waybills -.. .. .. . ...-. 3 13
Total .... 17 18 .. .2 3 25. 37. 26 131
Hardee
Wauchula S 4 -3 2 3 17 16 1 54
Hernando
Brooksville 1 i 3 -2 17 10 33
Highlands
Avon Park 3 51 61. 22 .91 .75 l .71174 41 7 596
Lakemont 1 52 16 .... .22 18 20 165
Lake Placid 1 4 7 4 13 29
Sebring 5 1 -3 13 9 20 8 59
Total. 4 109 82 33 119 11.0 105 218 62 7 849
.lillsborough ... .
Brandon 3 3
Plant City 2 7 10 15 40 41 42 1 158
Seffner 1 8 2 1 19 2 33
Sulphur Springs 2 1 3 10 -
Tamrpa 1 7 2 1. 3 21 7 -
Thonotosassa 7 8 41. 4 18 22 110
Valrico 5 10 4 13 7 4 .2 45
Total 15 33 26 76 69 6.9 116 10 414
Indian River
Sebastian 1 1
Vero Beach 7 4, 11. 14 19 17 5 87
Wabasso 23 39 393- 34 37 32 53 7 2 1 267
Cond. Waybills 1. 15 15 22 5 1 67
Total. 24 54 6s 60 74 v5.6 71 12 2 1 422

Clermont 9 2 .3 3 3 22
Eustis 11 12 12 22 17 39 42 3 15
Groveland 2 3 6 3 2 1
Howey 4 30 '47 73 61 15 20 250
Lady Lake 8 8 10 11 15 7 59
Lake Jem 2 4 6
Leesburg 6 15 7 13 4 5 25 6 81
Masscotte .. .- 1 1 2 .- 4
Okaihuipka .. .3 .- .2 1 6
Tavares s- 1 4 3 1 2 19
Umatilla 3 2 5 7 15 1.3 7 6 58
Cond. Waybills 2 2 4
Total 27 93 88 138 116 98 107 16 683
Lee
.lva 10 6 2 15 3 36
Ft. Myers ].5 160 62 12 14 29 52 63 38 445
..Cond.. Vaybil.s 13 -44
Total 15 183 99 14 14 29 52 78 41 525





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-*GRE'UZ IT CA1R-LOT SHIPIga0-g FR.l, FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS
SEASON 1931-32 (Cont'd)


19q1 -


1932


COUNTY I STATION | Seot. Oct. Nov. Dec, Jan. Feb iar,aA.' MaY 7June July Total
Manatee
Bradenton 26 42 3 7 5 9 11 4 1 108
Gillett 1 25 15 20 2 5 68
Manatee .8 5 - 1 4 3 13 34
Palmetto 11 254 156 68 41 24 20 2 576
Total.: 12 313 218 91" 50 35 33 .4 19 1 786
Marion
Citra 1 1
Ocala 4 4
Summerfield 5 5
Weirsdale 2 1.5 1 8 .3 13 21 6 4 73
Cond. Waybills 1 1 5
Total 2 18 2 8 3 13 28 10 4 88
sMartin
Stuart 1 1
Okeechobee
Okeechobee 1 1
Orange
Apopka 3 7
t.a--tl.and 2 3 1 1 14
Ocoee 5 4 0 12 32 38 101
Orlando 5 34 26 29 1.3 37 43 2 189
Plymouth 15 3 3 4 3 55 18 24 125
Tildenville 1 10 5 1 3 3 8 31
Winter Garden 7 28 36 34 19 33 18 17 192
Winter Park 8 10 1.7 13 9 24 47 1.3 141
Yellwood 3 4 1 7 1 2 18
Cond. .Waybills 15 4 7 1.2 7 5 9 15 74
Total 54 98 101. 104 78 .196 189 72 892
Os ceola
Kissimmee 8 17 3 9 28 9 74
Cond. Waybills 1 -
Total. 8 17 4 9 28 9 75
Palm Beach
West Palm Beach 1. 1. 1 6
Pasco
Blanton 1 2 3 6
Dade City 1 1 3 5 1.9 1.1 5 11 56
Elfcrs 5 7 12 8 9 1.5 1.5 8 79
Gulf Pine 1 1 1 3
San Antonio 4 7 1.1
Total .- 7 9 1.8 20 28 33 21 19 155
Pinellas
Cle, awter 2 50 124 189 .58 150 80 88 83 2 926
Dynedin 3 13 27 4 4 10 3 64
Largo 2. 63 81. 34 60 2 4 291.
Palm Harbor 18 27 31 47 21 19 17 9 1 .90
St. Petersburg 2 1 2 2 2 1 .1
Tarpon Springs 1 1
Total. 4 69 177 296 315 209 1.64 1.46 100 3 1483




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GRAPEFRUIT CAR-LOT SHIP M TS- ~M -FLORIDA BY COUNTIES Ai MONTHS
SE ASO N-19-.- (Cont. ,a)

.. 1 31. .....1 1.32
COUNTYI STATION Se-t. 'Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. V.ar. Apr. May June July .Totl


Polk
Al. turas
Aubur ndale
Bgbson Park
Bartow
Davenport
Dundee
Eagle Lake
Florence Villa
Ft. Meade
Frostproof
Haines City
Highlands City
Lake Alfred
Lake Hamilton
Lakeland
Lake Wales
Lucerne Park
Waverly
West Frostproof
Winter Haven
Cond. Wayboills
Total


S1 3 21 18 23 9 29 12 1.1.7
62 77 27 70 69 100 97 65 6 573
16 4g 44 52 51 16 17 4 248
1 1
. .7 15 19 52 34 36 32 2 197
1 62- g 4 7 7 21 30 19 159
6 4 10 23
21 37 9 9 35 35 29 22 4 201
2 1 6 9 18
136 168 22 129 83 45 61 49 7 700
5 171 1.36 59 121 97 60 134 50 833
25 31 74 68 56 25 52 26 357
9 40 I .7 53 39 17 .25 201
26 29 i6 10 26 31 51 6 195
11 29 41 43 42 45 46 18 275
101 .35 111 178 67 53 71 42 10 768
14 72 43 55 3 1. 12 238
24 19 7 18 ..6 29 O 25 1 169
8 8 3 9 2 2 32
1 147 1.32 97 n85 11 .64 171 142 19 1. 1069q
18 37 76 9.7 99 80 25 10 2 444
7 86r 1027 686 1020 900 818 925 51.9 50 1 6818


Putnar
Crescent City 2 3
Drayton Islscnd 1 1 2
Georgetown. .- .- ...2 1 .3
Lake Como .. ..- ..1 ..- -
Palatka 3 - -
Cond. Waybills 1 1
Tota.- 1 4 1 5 1 2 14
Sarasota
Sarasota 6 4 8 6 3 1 10 -
Leminol.e
Forest City 1 14 19 -13 16 7
Oviedo 1 .1 1 4
Sanf5rd 33 35 134 s4 115 55 13 469
Cond. Waybills 1 .1 3 1 - 6
Total 2 .35 49 154 101. 133 63 13 550
St. Lucie
Ft. Pierce 7 35 25 54 83 5 23 17 5 307
White City ..- 7 5 17 4 2 3 1 49
Cond. Waybills .- 2 12 95 13 22 b 6O
Total. -. i 4 80 o 100 -2 - 2 18 5 -' 425
Sumter ......
Wildwood 4 1 .
Volusia ,
Beresford ...... '- --.. - - .. 1 .........- -
De Land 1 1 ..... -- ....4 ..-...... 12.
New Smyrna -. '- 1 2 3 -
Oak Hil-1 .. .- 1 1 1 ..- 3 -
Seville- 2 2
Total- 2 2 4 2 6 7 4 27





.GRAPEFRUIT C-A-LOT SHIPMENT li0i ,..F-LORLDA BY. COUNTIESS AND MONTHS
SEoso,.S0N 32 cCbont1d)

_1931 1.932
COUNTY STATION. Sent. Oct. Nov. -1c ,a~.J'.Feb, MarT. -;or. May June ly Total-.
Boat Shipments 28 74 145 490 522 606 381 180 23 1 2450'

GRAND TOTAL 121 1.990 21.71 1.723 2740 2464 2589. 2587 11.76 95 3 .7659

* Truck Shipments
(Incomplete), 27 119 345 152 643
Not included in Grand Total


MIXED CITRUS FRUITS CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS TROM FLORIDA. BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS
SEASON 1931-32

1931 192
COUNTY I STATION Se-t. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
Brevard .
Cocoa-Rockl.edge 25 71 79 47 28 22 272
Eau Gal.ie 7 ; 2 9
Mims 3 2 3 1 9
Cond. Waybills 2 5 2 2 .1 12
Total 25 83 86 52 33 -23 30
BroWard
Ft. Lauderdale -- ... ... 4. -.-..-- ..... - 4
Citrus
Inverness 1 -
Dade
.Goulds 4 3 3 3 1 .14
Homestead - 1 .1
Princeton 1 1
Total 4 3 -3 .3 -3 16
De Soto
Arcadia 11 46 90. 55 76 51 1. 1.2 6 -. 365
Ft. Ogden 2 2 12 7 4 7 1 35
Nocatee ...-1 .4 2 1 1 9
Cond. Waybills 4 6 1 3 1.9
Total. 113 53 112 65 84 -64 -8 13 6 428
Hardee
Bowling Green 1.3 4 10 1 32
Ft. Green Springs2 .-- ; - ... .. -. .- 2
Limestone -- -- 2 -1... ...-.. - ....3
Ona 2 2
Wauchula .- .2 '26 47 .22 62 9 6 4- .178
Zo]lfI Springs 1 2 -- 3
Cond. Waybills --1 ... --. 1
Tototal 2- 26 66 28 .. .13 7... 4 7221.
Hernando
Brooksville -... 2 2.5 5.. 6 .4 .- 27
Istachatta 2 2
Total 10 2 2 5 6 4 .29
Highlands ..


Avon. Park
Lakemont
Lake Placid


10 '26 26 24
- 1.5 1 3
S. ..- 2. 11


..14 9
4 1
.1.. 2


1
28
- 27


,,- 22--





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MIXED CITRUS. FRUITS"- t,' LOT S FRTg FLORIDA, BY: COUNTIES A) MONTHS
SEASOIN ] 931-34.6nto )- '
. ..... .... .. . .9 3 2
COUIITY SToAIOT I Seent. Ocdt.NTov. Dec. Jan.:- sb Mar. Apr. May June July Total.
Highal.nds(Cont' d) 6 52
Sebring 1 2 1,3 8 8 6 6 -
Venus .. -. -- I"
,Cond.. Wybi]]s- -
STotal. i 4- 4 6 8 20 2 3 25
Hi.llsborough 4
Brandon.... 3 1 1 -2
Plt Cnity 10 44 1.16 36 -20 .11. 1 241
Seffner 5 1.4 3 .3 -- 2 1 2
Bul.phur .Springs 2 8 13 3 1 27
Tamna 2 8 10 3 1 1 7 32
Thonotasassa 5 4 12 3 4 2 7 37
Valrico 3 9 1 g 10 4 35
Condo. VTaybills - .
Total. 19 72 174 49 40 2 5 1 -
Indian River
Sebastian 2 2 1 5
Vero Beach 7 40 15 8 17 1 88
Wabasso 3 14 31 6 17 7 3 91
Oond. Waybills 2 4 2 -
"Total 3 25 77 32 27 24 4 1.92


Lake
Cl.ermont
Eustis
Fruitland Park
Grovel.and
Howey
Lady Lake
Lake Jem
Leesburg
Lisbon..
Mascotte
Mt. Dora
Okahumpka
Tavwes
Umatilla
Cond. Waybills
Totanl


- 4 2.9 31 2 5
- 3. 13 23 25. 25 32 26 1
- l.. -- 3
- 1 1 1 5 3
6 1.4 11 1.3 7 7 5
- 9 6 12 9 6 2 55

S 4 .6 4o 25 11 5 9 2 112
- - -
- .- 1 1. -i
- 12 33 34 23 6 108
- 4 3 3 6 12 1.4 4 5
- 7 ..0 1 22 2 2 .. 2 55
-. 6- 11 24 27 18 12 19 117
..- 10 12 11 7 1 1
- 22 101 216 i64j 1.47 9 3 --5 821


Lee 2 6 12 5 6 1 32
Alva 14 S 5 8 4 12 2 5
Ft. Meyers 1 1.4
Cond. Waybills 1 1 2-
Total 1 I 1. 11 20 9 18 -
aniat ee 1 2 4
BrodAenton 1 5 "-
Gillett 3 1 -. -
Manatee -- 2 ,.3 4 3 i 15
Oneco 1 - .
Palmetto 4 17 8 .12 1 1 2 1- 4
STot_ .6 6 .14 23 4- 3 2 -




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MIXED CITRUS FRUITS CAR-LOT SHIPVINTS FROM FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS
SEASON 1931-32.(Cont I d

1.931 1.932
COUNTY t STATION Seot. Oct.. Nov, Dec. JThn. Feb. Mar. s ar. M June Jul.y Total_
Marion
Citra 1 5
Mc Intosh.. 3 5 1 9
Ocala 1 2 1 2 -
""Ocka.awaha... *- 3 2 5- -
Sunimerfield 1 -1
We.irsdale. 12. 21 22 19 9 3 6 92
Cond. Waybills 1 8 6 2 -- -
Total -- 14 36 37 28 11 4 6 136
Okeechobee..
Okeechobee 1 2 1- -
Orange
Apopka 7 4 6 4 2 23
Mainland -. 6 2 8 1 18
Ocoee 7 24 29 1.5 7 11 93
Orlando 3 57 94 90 56 27 22 3 352
Plymouth 3 2 2 3 3 13
Tildenville 1 21 19 16 25 7 3 4 96
Winter Garden 5 50 8s 60 52 27 27 14 323
Winter Park 6 9 27 18 23 5 16 2 106
Yellwood. 3 10 5 7 7 32
Cond.Waybills 3 23 4g 31 30 11 4 1 151
Total. 18 174 325 257 225 99 85 24 1.207
Osceola
Kissimmee 1 11 10 7 4 2 2 37
Cond. Waybills 1 1. 2
Total. 1.1 1.. 8 4 2 2 3-9
Palm Beach
West Palm Beach 3 1 -
Pasco16
Dlanton. 1 9 1 3 1 1 -
Dade City 4 11 14 10 3 4 1.4 60
El.fers 1 2 12 8 4 1 6 1 35
Gulf Pine 2 2
San Antonio 2- 9 7 2 1 1 22
Total 1 q 43 30 19 6 10 17 1.3
Pinellas .. _


Clearwater
Dunedin
Largo
Palm Harbor
St. Petersburg
Tar-oon Springs
Total.
Polk
.Altur as
luaburndal e
Babson Park
Bartow
Davenport
Dundee
Eagle Lake
Florence Villa
Fort Meade


1 31 57 4 r9 31 )
N 5 5
- 1 7 I 5L 53 5 -
- 11 20 24 S -
- 3 7 20 10 9 2 6 6 2 -
- 1 : 1 .- -
- 4 50..o 93 57 60 51 10 432
- 4 14 1 6 3 3 4
7 47 55 .34 20 15 12 20
_2_ 1 7
S 1 1.6 62 30 1 -
- 3 15 10 11 3 5 59
-2 2 2 4 2 12
- 5 17 .14 33 35 '12 16 12 5 149
3 4 14 1.5 7 1 -





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MIXED CITRUS FRUITS CAR-LOT IP-~T1TS FROM FLORID A 3Y COTUTIES A-D IONTES
SEASON 1931-32 (Cont' d.)

_19 32_ 2 __13
COb -TY STATION St. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Fe'j. Mar. A:r. May June July Total
?olk( ont' d.
Frostoroof 11 57 44 40 32 20 28 21 10 263
Haines City 1 37 45 41 15 23 25 10 197
Highlands City 5 14 34 31 3 6 8 9 110
Homeland 1 1 2
Lake Alfred 4 25 23 10 11 7 7 11 4 102
Lake Hamilton 1 6- 13 7 9 6 5 1 4
Lakelaad 5 47 7 50 54 25 22 11 301
Lake Tales 8 43 71 55 35 29 29 15 2 287
Lucerne Poark 6 4 4 1 4 5 24
Waverly 4 22 18 12 10 5 22 8 5 106
West Frost-roof 2 6 8 6 9 5 4 3 1 44
Winter Havon 1 So 69 62 58 42 18 1S 6 364
Cond. .'yGills 1 22 16 34 20 9_17 3 6 128
TOTrL .-. 72 473 361J g4 S~i 27 242 .148 39 2678
putnam
Crescent Cit 5 5 4 4 2 1 21
Interlacion 1 -- 1
Lake Como S 9 15 5 37
Cond. Yay.bills 4 4 2 -_ 10
TOTAL 5 17 17 22 7 1 69
Sarasota
Larasota 1 1 1 1 2 6
.eminolo
Forest City 14 20 26 24 10 9 03
Oviedo 1 15 24 2 2 7 1 102
Sanford 1 4 8 4 2 19
Cond.- Jybills .1 7 8 5 7 36
TOTAL 2 37 56 65 64 26 10 26
St. Lucie
Ft. Pierce 9 26 34 34 44 34 2 13
White City 5 9 14 7 0 1 46
Cond.'aybills -8 5 36
TOTAL 14 57 4 9 9 5 o 2 265 ,
SUMTER
Wil@dood .2 12 4 1
Volusia
Bersford 3 6 9
Deland 15 42 20 29 10 3. 119
DeLoon Springs 12 16 4 6 2 2 42
New Srna 3 5 2 2 12
Ok Hill 1 .1 4 14
Pierson 6 3 6 12 1 3 31
Seville 5 5 3 2 1 1 17.
Cond. ~aybills _-, ...**,- ... .- 1
Total -..*o' .. '0 4 7 2 3 24
Boat Shi-nments 'L '*** -' -*'.- 1
pick-up) Cars -.1.:. 4 220 53 65 "*.K7-'.' 5 14 478
:.'.: ; :2 : --; : .*. :2.-
Grand Total '-.i'O 173 lIi6 2 1-72I i'-l144 940 "9 285 53 8824






-. 26,. ..

DISTRIBUTION OF FLO'IDa CITRUS 1931-32 & 1930-31 SEASONS

Rail and. boat destinations for thep-e9531-32 season, reIorted during the
time the local Federal-Sthte Market New's:off ice was open, totaled 44,0939 cars
compared to 67,051 in 1930-31. The -,ido. distribution of the crqo is show by
the fact that 46 states, the District of Columbia and Canada received carlot
shipments. Even though the most of the states are represented, over one-half
of the shipments were destined to three states, namely- New York, Pennsylvania
-nd Ohio.

In analyzing the trend of this season s distribution, particularly as
compared ith 1930-31, there are three outstanding developments. First,- the
rail shipments to the Southeastern states are decreasing and truck shipments
apparently accounting for this. Taking the state of Georgia, -.he decrease in
rail shipments is outstanding only 385 cars this season compared to 1,201
a year ago. Second,- the proportion of cars, particularly grapefruit, shipped
to the iIiddlewest is light and may be explained by the increasing competition
from Texas, Illinois received only 1,001 cars of Florida grapefruit compared
to 2,067 during 1930-31, Missouri 2S2 as against 697 end Wisconsin 56 compared
to 226. Third,- in contrast to the proportionately lighter movement to thie
Middlewest, mYany of the eastern markets were in receipt of a correspondlniny7
percentage. of Florida citrus. The marked increase in the boat shipments of
Florida citrus this season has been one of the major problems in distribution
and nearly all.of this movement has been to the Atlantic seaboard markets.

In comparing the distribution data with total shipments for the season'..
it will be noted that shipments are considerably more. This is due to a number
of reasons. In the first place, the distribution is secured on cars only when
this office is in operation. Approximately 1,000 cars were shipped before the
office was opened and a larger number moved after the closing date. Destinations
are not secured on express movement, which were a'-oroximately 500 cars for the
season, This express movement was made Ip of small-lots, l.c.l. express ship-
ments, consolidated into cars and destined to various towns and cities. The
approximate 44,000 cars on which destinations were received is more than the
total of the "East", "West" and South''segregations published in the daily
report. The reason for this is that the "East", "West" and "South" does not in-
clude the boat movement but destinations of boat shipments are included in the
distribution total,

The passing through potomac Yards, Cincinnati, and the Florida gateways,
corrected by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta and Cincinnati, form the basis, of
the destination figures. There are a few minor diversion points for whi.v h
figures are not obtained, The most important of these are designated in the
tabulations (#) to distinguish them from other points. This destination
infonrmti.on gives a fairly good picture of the distribution during the -eriod
the 'Jinter Haven office was in operation namnly, October 19th, 1931 to Hay 7th,
1932. It should be kept in mind that diversions accomplished beyond Potom-ac
Yards and Cincinnati, and those beyond.the Florida gateways and unloaded this
side of pot'omac Yards and Cincinna.i;'ae d at:sebown.
: ** %* **
S. *' .

*'", . ..i ...i "" **.
*. .





S-27 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 193.12 S1A .SSO "
(.Continqued)
(# Diversion Points)

This was the first season that accurate information on the truck movement
of Florida citrus fruit has been available, For the 1931-32 season up to January
1st, 1932, 833,572 boxes were shipped by truck. .No figures are available for the
remainder of the season, but the data for the above mentioned period is complete
and furnishes a basis for a fairly accurate estimate for the entire season. All
truck information has been made available through the courtesy of the State Depart-
ment of Agriculture under whose -suervision the data was secured and compiled.
Detailed truck statistics are given at the end of the following tabulation of the
distribution of carlot shipments,

ORANGES


ALABAMA
Anniston
#Birmingham
Demopolis
Gads den
Huntsville
Mobile
#Montgomenry
Selma
Sheffield
Sulligent
,Tuscaloosa
Tuskegee
Total
Total 1930-31

ARKANSAS
Blytheville
Ft. Smith
Jonosboro
Little Rock
Total
Total 1930-31

CANADA
Brantford
Montreal
Simcoe
Toronto
Total
Total 1930-31

COLORADO
Denver
Total 1930-31


2
131
1

2
57
29
4
6
1
1
1
243
530


2
2
1
25
30
57


1
35
2
34
72
134


6
6


CO 1ECTICUT
Bridgeport 77
Greenwich 1
Hartford 139
Manchester 1
Meriden 1
New Haven 114
New London 11
Norwich 1
South Norwalk 2
Stamford 2
Waterbury 23
Total 374
Total 1930-31 522

DELAWARE
Wilmington 31
Total 1930-31 51

DI ST. OF COLUTM1IA
Washington 450
Total-1930-31 702


FLORIDA
#Jacksonville
Total 1930-31

GEORGIA
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Cartersville
Columbus
#Everett
#Inman Yrds
Macon


GEORGIA (Cont' d.)
Marietta .1
Montezuma 1
Rome 7
#Thrlmann 3
West Point .
Total 178
Total 1930-31 694


ILLINOIS
Bloomington
Cairo
Carbondale
Centralia
Champaign .
Chicago 9
Cicero
Danville
Decatur
East St,Louis
Englewood
Forreston
Harrisburg
Joliet
Moline
Peoria
Quincy
Robinson.
Rockford.
Springfield
Total 1
Total 1930-31


5
1
1
1
13


6
7
3
1
1


1
21

4
2
10

005
1459


9 INDIANA .
1 ..Bloomingt.on 2
1 Evansville 51


INDIANA (Cont d.)
Ft. Wayne
Huntington
Indianapolis
Logansport
Marion
Mitchell
Muncie
Peru
Richmond
Seymour
Shelbyville
South Bend
Tell City
Terre Haute
Total
Total 1930-31

IOWA
Burlington
Cedar Falls
Cedar Rapids
Council Bluffs
Davenport
Des Moines
Dubuque
Glidden
Marshalltown
Mason City
Shenandoah
Si-oux City
I aterloo
STotal
Total. 1930-31


32
1
251
2
5
1
3
1
1
2
1
11
1

373
863


1
1
5
2
1
10
2
1
1
1
3
5
__5
38
150






DISr



KAiTSAS
Chanute
Emooria
Hutchinson
Pit t sburg:
T op eka
Wichita
T-otal
Total 1930-31

KENTUCKY
Ashland
Danville
Henderson
Hopkinsville
Lexington
Lothair
Louisville
Maysvi lle
Owensboro
Paducah
Total
Total 1930-31

LOUI SIANA
Baton Rouge
Lafayette
Lake Charles
Monroe
New Orleans
Shreveport
Total
Total 1330-31

MAINE
Lewiston
Portland
Rockland
Total
Total 1930-31

MARYLAiTD
Baltimore
Cumb e rland
Hagerst onm
Total
Total 1930-31

MASSACIUS~ZTT S
Bedford
Boston
Brockton
Concord


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RI3UTTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS RS 1- 32 SEASO
(Continued) -
(#'- Diversion Points)
ORANGES-(.Cont d.)
iIASSACUSTTS ( Cont d. )MISSI SSIPPI
1 Fall River 7- Oxford


1
2
2
3
4
13-
37


3
1
1
1
72
1
228
1
6
16
330
434


2
6
2
12
299

32
370


1
46
1

94


700
3
10
713
1035


2
1391
2
1


Haverhiill
New Bedford
North Adams
Pittsfield
Springfield
Total
Total 1930-31

MICHIGAN
Ann Akbor
Big Rapids
Detroit
Flint
Grand Raiids
Holland
Iron Mt,
Ironwood
Ishpeming
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Monroe
Muskegon
Owosso
Port Huron
Saginaw
South Haven
Traverse City
Total
Total 1930-31

MINUTE SOTA
Duluth
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Winona
Total


3 Ripley
10 Tupelo
2 Total


2
.82
1502
1777


S2-.
1
347
6
80
1
2
2
3
6
6
8
1
5
2
3
2
1
2

864


1
5
3
1
10


Total 1930-31 53
MISSI SSSSIPF I
Columbus 4
Durant 2
Greenville 5
Grenada 1
Hazelhurst 1
Houston 1
Jackson -14
Kosciusko' 1
Meridian 5
Natchez 1
New Albany 1


Total 1930-3

MiiI SSOURI
Grant City
Hannibal
Jefferson
Joplin
Kansas Cit
Kirk Y.ile.
Mobetly
Monett
Soringfiel
St.Joseph
St.Louis
Total
Total 1930-3

MONTANA
Toa I&930.-
NEBRASKA
Grand Isla
Lincoln
Omaha
Total
Total 1930-3

NEW HAMPSHI
Manchester
Total 1930-3

1EW JERSEY
Asbury Par
Atlantic C
Elizabeth
FarminLdal
Mt. Pleasa
Newark
New Brunsw
NHawthorn
Orange
Paterson
phill ipsbu
Trenton
#vave rly
Total
Total 1930-


N



(Cont d.)NEW YOEK
.1 Albany
1 Amsterd&mn
16 Batavia
4 B 4 Binghamton
1 103 Buffalo
Cortland
Elmira
1 Endicott
1 Garden City
Cty.l Geneva
2 Glens Falls
y 50 Jamestown
:1.l Johnson City
1 Lake View
1 Long Is. City
d 1 Maspeth
2 Mineola
197 New York: City
258 Now Rochelle
1 351 Norwich
Ogdonsburg
Olean
SOneonta
plattsburg
P oughke s ie
nd 1 Rochester
7 Saranac L2ke
5_ Schenoctadj
13 Syracuse
1 62 Troy
Utica
RE Watorto-mn
8 rnhite Plains
1 18 Total
Total 1930-31
NORTH CAROLINA
k 4 Abordoen
ity 2 Asheville
1 Burlington
e 1 Charlotte
nt 1 Concord
67 Durham
ick 1 Fayetteville
e'. 2 Gastonia
7 Goldsboro
10 Greensboro
rg 1 Greenville
1 Hickory
1 6 High point
234 lRaleigh
31 228 Rocky Mt,


s4
.1
1
27
219
2
.12
4
33
2
1
2
7
1
16
47
1
5089
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
120


102
9
2
24





1
20





15
4
58
2
10
4
7
10
56
2
4
5
13
10






DISTRIBUTION OF FLORI-A CITRUS 1931-32 _ASGN:
(Continued)
(# Diversion Points)


ORANGES (Cont' d.)


NORTH CAROLINA (Cont'd.)OKLAHOMA
Salisbury 2 Oklahoma City
Sanford 7 Tulsa
Shelby 2 Total
Washington 2 Total 1930-31
Weldon 1
Wilson 2 OREGON
Winston Salem 4 Portland
Total 221


l atoT 1930-3
1 534


OHIO 0
Akron
Athens
Bellefontaine
Bowling Green
Canton
Chillicothe
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Co lrnbus
Dayton
Findlay
Fremont
Galliuolis
Green Springs
Hamilton
Lancaster
Mansfield
Massillon
Marion
Middletown
Mt. Vernon
Newark
Portsmnouth
St, Maryts
Sidney
Springfield
Toledo
Troy
Wapakoneta
Wooster
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total
Total 1930-31


32
1
1
2
2
4
554
427
210
100
1
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
6
3
1
1
3
1
2
7
47
1
1
1
22


2047


PENNSYLVANIA


Allentown
Altoona .
Bethlehem
Carlisle
Chambersburg
Chester
Connellsville
Harrisburg 2
Hazleton 1
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster 1
Lehighton
Lewristown
McKeesport
Mt. Carmel
New Brighton
Perkasie
Philadelphia 2C
Pittsburgh 4c
Pottstown
Pottsville
Reading 1
Richland
Scranton 6
Shamokin
Shenandoah
Summerville
Sunbury
Tyrone
Uniontown
Wilkes.Barre 3
Williamsport 1
Total -268
Total 1930-31 43


9
^-3
18
50


RHOES ISLAND
Olneyville 25
Providence 155
Total 1930-31 277


SOUTH CAROLINA
Abbeville 1
2 Blackville 1
Charleston 16
Columbia 11
9 Greenville 7
L3 Orangeburg 1
'7 Spartanburg 14
1 Total 51
1 Total 1930-31 260
1
1 SOUTH DAKOTA
!8 Aberdeen 1
.4 Huron 1
2 Sioux Falls 6
1 Total 8
.4 Total 1930-31 10
1
1 TEI'bSSEE
2 Bristol 1
1 Chattanooga 124
1 Clarksville 3
2 Columbia 1
105 Cookeville 1
3 Jackson 4
1 Johnson City 6
5 Knoxville 44
5 Martin 1
3 Memphis 159
7 Morristown 17
1 Nashville 167
2 Total 527
2 Total 1930-31 903
4
6 TEXAS
3 Beaumont 3
3 Dallas 8
0 Ft. Worth 6
O Houston 4
39 San Antonio 1
Total 22
Total 1930-31 -43


VEIRONT
Burlington 3
White River Jct. _J
Total 10
Total 1930-31 26

VIGIITNIA
Bristol 1
Charlottesville 18
Chase City 1
Danville 2
Harrisonburg 4
Lyunchburg 15
Newport News 2
Norfolk 91
Orange 1

Roanoke 35
Staunton 5
Winchester 2
Total 177
Total 1930-31 910

WASHINGTON
Seattle 2

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield 2
Charleston 52.
Clarksburg 1-
Fairmont t
Huntington 18
Martinsburg 2
parkersburg 8,
Wheeling 14
Total 105
rotal 1930-31 207

WI SCON SIN
Appleton Jet, 2
Fond du Lac 3
La Crosse 1
Madison 1
Marshfield 1
Mi lwauke e 9
Racine 1
Stevens Point 2
Wausau I
Total IUI
total 1930-31 84


GRAND TOTAL -
It II


ORANGES 1931-32 SEASON 18,212 Cars
1930-31 28,387 "






DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 19-32- SEASON -
(Continued.)
(#L Diversion Points.)

GBAPSFRUIT


ALABAMA
#Eirmingham
Gadsden
Mobile
Montgomery
Tuscaloosa
Total 1
Total 1930-31 2

ARKTASAS
Ft. Snith
Jonesboro
Little Rock
Total
Total 1930-31

CANADA
Brandon
Brantford
Calgary
Edmonton
Gue l-h
Hamilton
Kingston
London
Montroal
North 3ay
Ottawa
Quebec
Regina
St, Catherines
Saskatoon
Toronto
Vancouver
.Winnipog
Total
Total 1930-31


64
1
25
28
1
L19
18


4
1
26
31
50


1
1
6
6
5
6
4
4
71
4
19
4
4
19
5
107
4
10
lo
480
544


COLORADO .
Colo. Springs 1
Denver 57
Grand Junction 5
Pueblo 3
.Total 01
Total 1930-31 185


CONNECT I CUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven


52
100
70


COINEFCTICUT (Contd..)
New London 6
Norwich 6
Waterbury 10
Total 2
Total 1930-31 313


DELAWARE
WiTlington
Total 1930-31


FLORIDA
#Jacksonville
Ponsacola
Total
Total 1930-31

GEOBGIA
Atlanta
Augusta
Columbus
#Everett
Jesup
Rome
#Thalmann
Total.
Total 1930-31

IDAHO
Boise
Pocatello
Total
Total 1930-31

ILLINOIS
Bloomington
.Cairo
Carbondale
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur-
East St.Louis
Galesburg
La Salle
Moline


130
1
131
296


58
1
1
39
1
2
2

248


10
5
15
,23


3

1

71

13
1
12
871


13
2
1
2


)ILLINIOIS
lMonmouth 2
peoria 45
Qvincy 3
Rockford 6
Rock Island 2
Springfield 14
Total 1001
Total 1930-31 206"

INDIAIA .
Evansville 29
Ft. WVayno 97
Gary 2
Huntington 1
IndianaQ o1olis174
Logansport 8
Muncie 2
South Bond 32
Terro Haute 13
Total 358
Total 1930-31 672

IOWA
Burlington 3
Codar Rqpids 8
Council Blufs 1
Creston 1
Davenport 9
Des Moines 18
Dubuque 2
Esthorvilleo 1
Mason City 3.
Ottumwa 1
Sioux City 6
Waterloo
Total
Total 1930-31 280

KAISAS
Chanute 1
Concordia 2
Ft.Scott 1
Hutchinson 2
Pittsburg 2
Salina 3
Topeka 5
Wichita 7
Total 23
Total 1930-31 117


KENTUCKY
Henderson
Lexington
Louisville
Owensboro
Paducah
Total
Total 1930-31
7
LOUISIANA
Monroe
New Orleans
Shreveport
Total
Total 1930-31

MAIINE
Portland
Watorville
Total
Total 1930-31
MARYLAND
Baltimore
Total
Total 1930-31

MASS.- CHUSETTS
Boston
Cambridge
Haverhill
Lynn
New Bedford
North Adams
Somerville
Springfield.
Worcestor
To al
Total 1930-31

MICH IGAN
Battle Creek
Bay City
Dearborn
Decatur
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Ishpeming
Jackson
Kaliaazoo


1
47
179
3
5
235
339


2
144
4
150
141


49




J 4
75
493


872
1
2
1
4
1
7
73
1
962
1086


4
6
1
1


116
1
6
21


DIST.OF COLUTLIA
:7asington 305
Total 1930-31 452






DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA


31 -

CIXRUS 1931-32 SEASON_-
( Co nt-inue d),,
Diversion Points)

GRJIPEFRUIT ( Cnt' d.)


MICHIGAN (Cont' d.)
Lansing
Muskegon
Owosso
Port Huron
Saginaw
Sault Ste Mario
Traverse City
Total
Total 1930-31

MINNESOTA
Austin
Duluth
Mankalto
Marshall
Miinn eolis
Minn, Transfer
St, Cloud
St. Paul
Willmar
Winona
Total
Total 1930-31

MISSISSIPPI.
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Meridian
Vicksburg
Total
Total 1930-31

MISSOURI
Columbia
Joplin
Kansas City
Springfield
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Total
Total 1930-31

dONTANA
Billingsi
Butte
Great Fa lls
Miles City
Missoula
Total '- '
Total 1930-31


14
10
1
7
6
1
-7
885
1178


2
9
2
2
62
1
1
30
1
1
ill
368


1
2
2
1
-6-
21


1
3
66
6
3
203
282
697


6
7
10
lo
1
3
27
43


NEBRASKA
Grand Island
Hastings
Lincoln
Omaha
Total
Total 1930-31

NEVADA
Reno
Total 1930-31

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park
Moorestown
Newark
Paterson
Trenton
#Waverly
Total
Total 1930-31

NEW HAMPSHIRP
Manchester
Total 1930-31

NEW HEXICO
Albuquerque
Total 1930-31

NEW YORK
Albany
Amsterdam
Binghamton
Buffalo
Cortland
Elmira
Garden City
Geneva
Glens Falls
Ithaca
Jamestown
Johnson City
Maspeth
Mineola
New York City
Niagara Falls
Norwich
Ogdensburg
Olean
Oneonta


2
1
12
18
33
139


1
2


1
1
32
3
1

92

2

2
1


1
3


146
1.
33
301
1
19
9
7
2
1
1
2
13
3
4159
6
2
6
1
7


NEW YORK (Cont'd.)
Poughkeepsie 3.
Rochester 145
Rouses Point 1
Saranac Lake 1
Schenectady. 42
Syracuse 116
Troy 10
Utica 38
Watertown 30
1hite Plains 1
Total 5107
Total 1930-31 .5865


NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville
Charlotte
Durham
Gastonia
Greensboro
High Point
Raleigh
Rocky Mt.,.
Winston Salem
Total
Total 1930-31

NORTH DAKOTA
Bi smarck
Fargo
Grand Forks
Minot
Total
Total 1930-31

OHIO
Akron
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Cambridge
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus'
Dayton
Hamilton
Lima
Mansfield
Marietta
Springfield
Toledo


1
92-PENN SYLV.IIA
130 Allentown 3
Altoona 32
Bethlehem 10
2 Carbon dale 1
4 Carlisle 1
2 Erie 1
1 Harri sburg 28
S Hazleton 5
20 Johnst on 2
Kane 4
Lancaster 1
24 Locl~aven 1
1 philadelphia 1161
3 Pittsburgh 458
3 pottstown 1
12 pottsville 1
401 Scranton 81
510 Sunbury 2
227 Tyrone 3
56 : Wilkes-Barre 60
1 Williamsport 8
4 Total
4 Total 1930-31 2461
1
5
137


OHO -( Cont' d.)
Troy 1
Youngstown 74
Zanesville 6
Total 1470
Total 1930-3 1855

OKT.AOMl.A
Enid 2
Lawton 4
Muskogee 3
Oklahoma Cty. 28
Ponca City 1
Shawnee 2
Tulsa 8
Total 48
Total 1930-31 107

OREGON
Eugene 1
Portland
Total 66
Total 1930-31 99






DISTRIBUTION OF LOpI:\ C TTBXTS .1931-.32 PAfgNT O
(Continued)
(# Diversion Points)

GRAPEFRUIT (Cont' d.)


RHODE ISLIJTD
01neyville
Providence
Total
Total 1930-31

SOUTH CAROLITNA
Charleston
Coluibia
Groonville
Laoc City
Yemassee
Total
Total 1930-31

SOUTH .. TTA
Aberdeen
Huron
. Mitchell 1
Siotu Falls
Total
Total 1930-31

Chattanooga
Gallatin
Kno:cvillo
Mc;lIinnvil]. e

Morristown
Nasvillo _
Total
Total 1930-31

TEXAS
Amar eillo
Beautont
Dallas
El Paso
Ft. jorth
Houston
San antonio
Sw otvwat or
Tylor
Uaco
Wichita Falls
Total
Total 193.0-31


8


123


1
1
1
1
1
5
55


1
1
1
2

2

162
1
16
1
L06
2
109_
3597
571


5
2
17
1
4
7
4
2
2

1
1-4
s4


I:


JTAH
Ogden
Salt Lake Cty.
Total
Total 1930-31


VERPMONT
Burlington
White River
Jet.
Total
Cotal 1930-31


WiSLC-GT (Cont'd.)


5 La Crosse
,4?2 rison
"4 '- arshfield
62 Miilwaikeo
S.hklrosh
Kacine
1]3 Stevenu Point
Total
7 Total 1930-31


VIEGINIAX
Chaqrlottesville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
No rfolk
Roanoke
St aunton
Total
Total 193C-31 6b

WASH ITGmON
Pullnman
Seattle
Se okane
Walla Walla
Total
Total 1930-31 1

T::ST VIGC-ITIA
Bluefield.
Charleston
Fairmont
Hunt ingt on
Maabscott
Martins burg
Parkerasburg
Wheeling
Total
Total 1930-31

I SCON SIN
Fond du Lac
Green Bay
Janesville


2
2
10
32
31
7
F4
36


2
51
24

" 6



3




60
1
i

1
1







3
1
1l


Y


TYOMING-
Casper
.,< onne
Rock Springs
Total
?otal 1930-31


1
36
2
3
-3
5o
22b


2
2


GPAND TOTAL GRAPE-

FRUIT 1931-32 EASON-

15,632 CALRS.



GPAND TOTAL GPAPE-

FRUIT 193C-31 SASON-

22,827 C.RS,


............................*...........**

T.! TC-ERI2TE S


ALIBAB:A
Annist on
#Birminngham
HI-nt cville
Mobile
Montgomery
Total
Total 1930-31


Month roal
Toronto
:7inaipeg
Total
Total 1930-31

COLOCRADO
Lenve r
Total 1930-31

_u... C"ICUT
Bridecport
Hartford
Now Havon
Waterbury
Total
Total 1930-31


DIST. 07 COL.L-.BIA
1 Washington
4 Total 1930-31
1
L FLORIDA
". JacLsonlville
-. Total 1930-31

GEORGIA
Atlanta
2 Total 1930-31
1
1 IDrHO
SBoise
7
ILLI OI S
Chaaira ign
2 Chicago
2 East StLouis
peoria
Roc1 Island
10 Total
14 Total 1930-31
12 INDI TA
1 Evansville
37 Ft. ;7Wa yn
43 Indian,? olis
South Bond
Total
Total 1930-31


1
16o
2
6
1
170
228



46
10
73
92


T





S33'-

DISTRIBUTION OF FLOIDA CITRUS 191-32 SEASON
-.(Continuod)
(# Diversion Points)

TANGERINES (Cont' d. )


IOWA
Cedar Rapids
Daven port
Des Moines
Dubuque
Estherville
Waterloo
Total
Total 1930-31

KAN SAS
Hit chinson
Wichita
To tal
Total 1930-31

KENTUCKY
Lexington
Louisville
Total
Total 1930-31

LOUI SL3.A
New Orleans
Shrevop ort
Total,
Total 1930-31

MAINE
Portland
Total 1930-31

MARYINDD
Balt ignore
Total 1930-31

MASSAGC5USTTS
Bostoh
Springfield
Worcestor
Total
Total 1930-31

MIC aIGAN
Bay City
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids


10
2
16
1


MICHIGMI (Cont'd.)
Owosso
Sault Ste Marie
Total 1
Total 1930-31 1


1
2 IINNESOTA
32 Minneapolis
14 St. Paul
Total
Total 1930-31
3
1 MISSISSIPPI
-4 Meridian


2
2I_


MI SSOURI
Kansas City
St.Louis
Total
Total 1930-31


NEBRASKA
Omaha
33 Total 1930-31
2
35 NE~ JERSEY
5 Newark


1
1


132
152


152
3
1
156
168


1
94
2
16


NEW YORK
Albany
Binghamton
Buffalo
Elmira
New York City
Oneonta
Rochester
Syracuse
Utica
Total
Total 1930-31

NORTH CAROLINA
Charlotte
Greensboro
Raleigh
Total
Total 1930-31


1
1
15
08


25
6
31
4


OHiIO
Bellefontaine
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Springfield
Toledo
Total
Total 1930-31


OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City
1 Total 1930-31


10
2
_f2_


52


3
2


5


7
2
42
6
823


OREGON
Portland
Total 1930-31


PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown 1
Altoona 3
Harrisburg 5
Hazleton 3
Lancaster 1
Oil City 1i
Philadelphia'354
Pittsburgh 137
Pottstown 1
Scranton 14
State College 1
Wilkes-Barre 21
Total
Total 1930-31 605


1
19 REODE ISLAND
7 providence
2 Total 1930-31
909


1034 SOUTH CAROLINA
Greenville
Total 1930-31
5
6 TENNESSEE
2 Chattanooga
13 Menphis
18 Nashville


Total
Total 1930-31


2


VIRGINIA
1 Norfolk
91 Staunton
92 Total
14 Total 1930-31
3
1 WASHINGTON
7 Seattle
209
'18
WISCONSIN
Appleton Jet.
5 Madison
1 Marshfield
Milwaukee
5 Stevens Point
1 Total
Total 1930-31


7


2
1
3
22
6

21


GRAND TOTAL 1931-

32 SEASON 2,705

CARS.


GRAND TOTAL 1930-

31 SEASON 3,041

CARS.


7
7
56
1
56


5


"


1




- 34 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1931-I3 SEASON
(Continued) .
(# Diversion Points)..

MIXED CITRUS ....


ALABiMA
Anniston
Bessemer
#B irmingham
Jadsden
Huntsville
Mobile
#Montgomelry
Opelika
Selma
Sheffield
Tuscaloosa
Total
Total 1930-31

ARIKAISAS
Blytheville
El Dorado
Ft, Smith
Helena
Jonesboro
Little Rock
Pine Bluff
Texarkana
Total
Total 1930-31

CANADA
Calgary
Hamilton
London
Montreal
Ottawa
St. Catherines
Simcoe
Toronto
Winnipeg
Total
Total 1930-31

COLORADO
Denver
Total 1930-31

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Danbury
Derby
Greenwich
Hartford


9
3
101
23
7
1
32
1
3
2
7-
189
445


1
1
2
2
2
3
25
1
1
75
75


1
2
1
27
4
1 .
2
10
-2 .
57
105


CONTECTICUT .,.. TNOI(.nt' d,) IOWA (Cont' d.)
(Conti;i!ed) l: ica o 325 Des Moines
Manchester i "- ''cab.. 1 Dubuque
Meriden;. ,"fa anviiie 5 Fairfield
New Haven 43' e catu 7 Ft. Dodge
Norwich j..: "Dixon 1 Indianola
Stamfo'rd l; :ast St.Louis 8 Iowa City
Torrington j Eldo.do 1 Marshalltown
Waterbury '.... !,2 firstt 2 Mason City
Total 188 ale* burg 3 Ottumwa
Total 1930-31 ,0.6 ,Havaha ... 1 Shenandoah
a nkakee 3 Sioux City
DELAWAflE 'Lawrenceville.- .1 Spencer
Wilmington Normal 1 Storm Lake
Total 1930-31 2., Oak Park 1 Waterloo
'Peoria 6 Total
DIST.OF COLUMBIA .. ..Qu.icy 3 Total 1930-31
Washington 57 Roclelle 1
Total 1930-31 54. Rockford 6 KANSAS
-'-Rock Island. 1 Atchinson
FLORIDA Sp'ringfield 6 Hutchinson
#Jacksonville Total 4 Pitt sburg
Pensacola 1 Total 1930-31 870 Topeka
Total Wichita
Total 1930-31 67- INDIANA Total
Columbus 1 Total 1930-31
GEOBGIA Evansville 31
Athens 3. Ft, Wayne 11 KENTUCKY
Atlanta 75 Gary 1 Ashland
Augusta -I Huntington -5 Berea
Columbus 3 Indianapolis 43 Bowling C-ree:
#Everett 3 La Fayette 4 Campbellsvil
#Inman Yards 1 'Logansport 5 Corbin
Macon 1 Marion .. 7 Covington
Menlo 1 Michigan City 3 Glasgow
Montezuma / Mitchell .. 2 Harlan
Rome 1 4 Mncie -. 7 Henderson
Total 95 Seymour 3 Hopkinsville
Total 1930-31 233 Shelbyville 2 Lexington
South Bend 12 Louisville
IDAHO Terre Haute 5 Owensboro
Boise 1 Vincennes 1 Paducah
Total 1930-31 2 Total .: 14 Shelbyville
Total 1930-31 386 Somerset


ILLINOIS .
-Bloomington
:Cairo
Carbondale
Centralia
Champaign


IOWA
Burling-ton
Cedar Rapids
Council Bluffs
Davenport


Total
Total 1930-31


n
ie


i..'"


27
iI




3
.2
1
1




1






5'
3

i













.1
159
2















1-
2








1
1
2








16
2

270




qW


DISTRItoiN O' y 4 LORIAil.R 1931-32 SEASON
(Continued)
(# Diversion Points)

MIXED CITRUS (Cont'd.)


LOUI SIANA
Alexandria
Baton Rouge
Lafayette
Lake Charles
Monroe
New Orleans
Rayville
SShreveport
Total
Total 1930-31

MAINE
Houlton
Portland
Rockland
Total
Total 1930-31

MARYLAND
-Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Total
Total 1930-31

MASSACHUSETT S
Bedford
Boston
Fall River
Haverhill
North Adams
Pittsfield
Somerville
Springfield
Watuppa
Total
Total 1930-31

MICHIGAN
Adrian
Ann Arbor
Bay City
Battle Creek
Dearborn
Decatur
-.Detroit
Flint
.Grand Ra2ids
-Holland
Ishp ering


MICHIGAN (Cont' d.) MISSOURI (Co
3 Jackson .. .. 11 Carthage
2 Kalamazoo 23 Grant City
8 Lansing 6 Hannibal'
1 Ludington 1 Jefferson C
18 Monroe 4 Joplin
2 Muskegon 8 Kansas City
1 Niles 1 Moberly
12 Owosso 4 Springfield
47 Petoskey 1 St. Joseph
117 Port Huron 5 St. Louis
Saginaw 5 Total
Sault Ste Marie 3 Total 1930-31
1 South Haven 3
15 Traverse City 6 MONTAUA
1 Tpsilanti 1 Billings
17 .Tot Missoula
29 Tot 30- 31 Total
MINNESOTA Total 1930-31


I


Austin
~01 Duluth
2 Mankato
3 Minneapolis
Rochester
520 St. Paul
Winona
Total
2 Total 1930-31
$03
2 MISSISSIPPI
3 Amory
3 Clarksdale
3 Columbus
1 Corinth
20 Durant
Greenville
2 Greenwood'
'54 Hattiesburg
Jackson
Indianola
1 Laurel
3 Meridian
2 Natchez
1 Philadelphia
1 Vicksburg
1 Yagoo City
162 Total
9 .Total 1930-31
42


1 MISSOURf -'
1 Cape Girardeau


13
1
30
1
1


S82


NEBRASKA
Benkelman
Bloomington
Crete
Fall City
_ Grand Island
Lincoln
McCook
Nebraska City
Norfolk
Omaha
Tecumseh
York
Total
Total 1930-31


6 NEW HAMPSHIRE
2 Manchester
20 Total 1930-31
2
1 NEW JERSEY
13 Asbury Park
6 Atlantic Cit;
1 Morrestown
3 Morristown
1 Newark
75 New Brunswic
185 Paterson


'Phillipsburg
plainfield
1 #Waverly


nt'd.)NEW JERSEY (Cont'd.)
2 Westfield 1
1 Total 33
1 Total 1930-31 49
ity 1


r

[


11
21
1
20
3
101

295


3
1
-T



1
2
1
2
5
5
1
1
1
g
1
1
29
50


6
21


10
4
3
1
: 1
1
1
1
1
2


NEW YORK
Albany
Amsterdamn
Auburn
Binghamton
Buffalo
Cortland
Elmira
Endicott
Fonda
Fordham
Garden City
Geneva
Glens Falls
Jamestown
Johnson City
Lockport
Maspeth
Middletown
Mt. Vernon
New York City
New Rochelle
North Creek
Norwich
Ogdensburg
Olean
Oneonta
Oswego
Peekshill
plat t sborg
p oughkeep sie
Rochester
Saranac Loke
Saratoga Springs
Schenectady
Scottsville
Spencerport
Silver Creek
Syracuse
Troy
Utica
Watertovnm
Wellsvillo
White Plains
Total :
Total 1930-31


I



i


23
3
1
12
59
1


1
25

1
1
1

3
7
4
1
5
1
4
1569
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
5
.3
10
45
1
1
1

3
1
49


9
1
15
1912
2621




36 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS .9-1Z-52 SEASON
(CGontind)
(#- Diversi.oinePoints)

MIXED. ITRUS o (Cont d.)


NORTH -CAROLINA
Abho.skie
Albemarle
Ashevillc
Burlington
Charlotte
Concord
Clyde
Durham
Elizabeth City
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Greenville
Halifax
Hendersonville
-.i .ckory
Hi-gh Point
Kinston
Lhaurenburg
Mooresville
Murphy
Newborn
Nawt on
NIorlina
Raleigh
Rocky Mt.
Salisbury
Sanford
Scotland Neck
Shelby
Spindle
Washington
Weldon
Wilmington
,inston S~lem
Total
total 1930-31

NORTH DAKOTA
'Grand Forks
Total 1930-31

OHIO
Akron
.thens
..Barnesville
-Bellefontaine
- bS ling Green


.1

21
8
50
4
1
25
2
6
2
12
23
2
1
1
4


2
1


1
37
1
37
13
6
3.
6
2
1
4
2
12
18
290
737


1
2


6
6
3
3
1


O-I0. ('Cont'd.)
Brevtster
Caimbridge.
Canton
Cincinnati-
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Findlay
Eaton
Fostoria :.
Fremont
Gallipolis
Green Springs
Hamilton
Lima
Mansfield
Marietta
Marion
Montpelier
Mt. Vernon
Niles
. Portsmouth
Sunday
Springfield
St. Marys
Toledo
Troy
Wooster
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total
Total 1930-31

OKLAHOMA
Chickasha
Muskogee
Oklahoma City.
Tulsa -
Total
Total 1930-31

OREGON
Portland
Total 1930-31

PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Bethlehem


.; .: PENNSYLVANIA
.3: (Continued)
1' Bellefonte
S3 Carbondale
152. Carlisle
149 Charleroi
62 Chester
24 Du Bois
1 Erie
1 Ephrata
1 Farrell
3 Hanover
1 Harrisburg
9 Hazleton
..1 Huntingdon
1 Jeannette
-3. Lancaster
3 Lansdal-e.
S2 Lebanon
1 Lewistown


1
1
9
2
12'
1
29
3
1
17
-3_
519
820


1
.2;
18s
10
31
S59


.5
2


33
.15
-.4


2
1
17
2
2
1
.5
1


12
2

1

1
414


SOUTH CAROLING.
Cayce
Charleston
Columbia
Greenville
Lake City
Mull ins
Orangeburg
Smithboro
Spartanburg
Sumter
Union
Total
Total 1930-31

SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen
Sioux Falls
STotal
Total 1930-31


McKeesport .1
Mt. Carmel 2 TENNESSEE
New Brighton 1 Bristol
Oil City 1 Bruceton
Perkasie 1 Chattanooga
Philadelphia .600 Olarksville
Pittsburgh :.167 Columbia
Punxsautawney 1 -Jackson
Reading 9 Johnson City
Richland. .- Knoxville
Scranton -' Martin
Shenandoah 2 McKenzie.
State College 4 Memphis
Sunbury 2. Morristown
Tyrone 5 Nashville
Uniontown.. 3 Paris
Waynesboro 3 Total
a.Brownsville 1 Total.1930-31
W'Wilkes-Barre 19
Williamnsnort 22 T7 ~
York 1. .. cillo
Total 10'Lb A".-: n
Total 1930-31-. 425 .:6.--. -ont
.ou t 3 on
RHODE ISLAIKA ... Total
Olneyville 7. Total 1930-31


Provi
Tot
Total


dence 60.
ta-.. 67 iUzAx.
1930-31 116 Salt: Lake Cit;
S..... .T-ota) 1930-331'


A


1
4
7
2
2
1
1
2
16
4
.2

325



.3 ..
5' "
7.


.7.
.12
130
2
2
10

21
1
2
72
14
100







6
2

1

21

6
21


? ': {







37 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1931-32 S.ASON.'
(Continued)
(# Diversion Points)

MIED CITRUS (Cont'd.)


VEIBONT
Burlington
Rutland.
White River Jet.
I. Total
Total 1930-31

VIRGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Chase City
Covington
Culpe-pper
Danville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Marion
Mt. Jackson
Newport News
Norfolk
Roanoke
Shenandoah
Staunton
Total
Total 1930-31

WASHINGTON
Seattle
Spokane
Yakima
Total
Total 1930-31


12
1
2
15
17


3
8
1
1
2
1
6
31
1
1
20
68
47
1
8
199
* 491


7
1
1
9
12


WEST VIRGINIA
Beckley
Bluefield
Charleston.
Clarksburg,
Holden
Huntington
Mabscott
Mart insburg
Moundsville
Mallens
Parkersburg
Piedmont
Princeton
Wheeling
Williamson
Total
Total 1930-31

WISCONSIN
Appleton Jet.
Eanu Claire
Fond du Lac
Green Bay
Jane svi lle
La Crosse
Madison
Milwaukee
Phillips
Wausau
Total
Total 1930-31


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1931-32 SEASON 7,490 CARS
GRJAD TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1930-31 SEASON -12,796 CARS


7
11
27
9
1
31
2
3
6
1
11
2
1
11
1

lig


1
1
7
2
3
2
2
19
1
2

68







REC.PITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION, FLOR'DA ORANGES, BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS.
Note- 1925-26 & 1926-27 -seasons include straight cars of tangerines.


States


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist, of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Ham shire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Canada
TOTAL


I 1931-321 1930-31i 19293 1928-291 1927-2811926-271 1925-26


243
30
6
374
31
450
3
178*
1,005
373
38
13
330
326
48
713
1,502
480
10
54
258
1
13.
8
234
5,865-
221

1,450
18
2
2,680
180
51#
8
527
22
10
177@
2
105
101


530
57
6
522
51
702
50
694*
1,459
863
150
37
434
370
94
1,035
1,777
864
53
103
351-
3
62
18
.228
8,046
534
4
2,047
50

4,339
277
260#
10
903
43
26
910

207
84


288


442
46
38 6
42
357*
763
264
12
4
365
96
57
836
1,220
272
43
1o6
153'.
3.
3
6
214
4,893
317
816


2,763
163
189
2
306

25
567

78
42


867 .
20
-
553
15
536
101
983*
1,139.
392
12
11
501
334
74
1,192
1,703
315
19
166
299
2
6
19
161
6,578
g19

1,339
2

4,332
273
698
2
1,142
112
26
1,090

144
'39


~e --


72_____134 15 .. 90 189 113 59
18212 28. 387 1623__26j06 _13226 18369 __, 9488


* Does not include Savannah
SFlorence not included
@ Petersburg and Richmond not included.


439
35
3
266
19
289
58
825
525
185
25

255
183
31
556
900
231
20
109
205

7
3
60o
2,866
468

1,164
4

1,781
118
456
2
515
54
8
273
5
54
40


638
42
5
239
31
349
62
1,509
543
263
17
10
396
176
43
684
1,244
317
31
190
211
6
7
3
43
4,026
453

1,536-
4

2,893
194
613

706
58
21
506
5
127
55


623
43

382
20
317
148
1,332
878
289
24
4
258
139
53
751
1,481
310
9
238
309
2
4
4
67
4,646
583

1,325


2,880
188
565

730
59
2
595

118
53


I




-.39?-.
SRECAPIIT.LAT .I'O OFi DIS3t T TIN, L0g QA~T'RUIT-, BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS
States .. -l--2- ic93-31.- 19-- O .1928-291 127-28 1926-27 1925-26.
Alabama 119 ~218 5 234 104 187 118
Arkansas 31 50 1 31 28 33 26
Colorado 66 185 65 1-42 84 82 135
Connecticut 244 313 221 281 134 211 197
Delaware 28 65 .23 5 6 8 11
Dist, of Columbia 305 452 395 272 .148 198 190
Florida 131 296 4 481 109 65 51
Georgia 104* 248* 72* 325* 122# 451 493
Idaho 15 23 1 23 8 17 15
Illinois 1,001 2,067 1,124 1,445 786 1,005 1,402
Indiana 358 672 188 359 194 294 290
Iowa 56 280 62 172 122 162 168
Kansas. 23 117 ,23 77 58 76 72
Kentucky 235 339 339 165 104 161 110
Louisiana 150 141 27 .105 65 77 34
Maine 54 75 53 77 29 47 48
Maryland 475 493 555 437 220 277 230
Massachusetts 962 1,086 752 863 575 755 680
Michigan 885 1,178 452 851 367 670 699
Minnesota 111 368 142 206 154 205 305
Mississippi 6 21 5 20 10 30 29
Missouri 282 697 373 559 383 460 496
Montana 27 43 26 4 4 19 22
Nebraska 33 139 59 149 75 82 110
Nevada 1 :2 3 2 2 2
New Hanp shire 2.. 1 1 2
New Jersey 96, 92 226 79 17 17 10
New Mexico 1-- 3 .. 2 -
New York 5,107 5,865 3,257 4,373 1,780 2,922 2,422
North Carolina 92 130 57 148 68 146 101
North Dakota 9 20 4 10 10 12 17
Ohio 1,470 1,855. 788 1,186 800 1,047 1,05
Oklahoma 48 107 6 75 52 7 7
Oregon 66 99 9 64 33 60 114
Pennsylvania 1,864 2,461 1,734 1,685 840 1,290 1,114
Rhode Island 104 123 63 94 57 79 74
South Carolina 5** 55** 57 .266 181 379 328
South Dakota 5 25 8 16 9 6 2-0
Tennessee 397 571 89 489 242 394 303
Texas 46 84 86 74 125 126
Utah. 47 62 14 46 31 31 48
Vermont 20 26 19 17 6 13 16
Virginia 8s4*# 096 369 626 .230 27 242
Washington 81 139 21 14o 72 85 184
West Virginia 45 60 36 54 23 67 55
Wisconsin 56 226 83 139 133 152 162
Wyoming 5 15 9 1 9 11 1
Canada 280 514 256 412 210 206 234
Total 15.,632 2227_ 12 15_ _17.34 8.798 12. 9 __g126
Does not include Savannah
# Does not include Atlanta and Savannah
**Florence not included
*#Petersburg and Richmond not included




- 40 -


RECAPITULATION OF "TSTRITBLICq.T "~_'TL1A MIXED- -iTRUS,I 8BY STATES- PAST 7 SEASONS

States 19*-" 192 1 1t2-2 19228 1926-27 1925-26
Alabama 189 5 132' 386 218 145 44
Arkansas 36 35' 14 33 21-:' -
Colorado 13' 0 "- 4 2 2 ..
Connecticut 206 126.. 140o 108 125 17
Delaware .2 .:12 8, 17 4 2 -
Dist. of Columbia 7. 34 53 70 31 48
Florida, 8 67. 75 159 55 89 45-
Georgia 95* 233* 117* 377* 167# 156 758* -
Idaho 2 -
Illinois 416 8706 481 431 209 144 156
Indiana 43 3.86 88 130 50 34 27
Iowa 68 151 8 13.. 9 14 8
Kansas 17 56 14 8 4 -
Kentucky 161 270 166 169 83 48 31.-
Louisiana .47 317 32 99- 35 28 25
Maine 17 129 25 30 16 25 3
Maryland 206 320 32 290 197 197 21
Massachusetts. 442 7511 584 526: 319 260 37
Michigan 306 434 189 130 70 40 37
Minnesota 65 .82 114 26. 17 8 11
Mississippi -75 185 59. 19 93 104 e86
Missouri 163 295 78. 78 65 35 36
Montana 4 i8 8' 2 5 1.
Nebraska 29 30 3 7 4 1
Nevada 1- 1 1
New Hamoshire 6 21 6 16 -
New Jersey -33 4 25 30 7 19 1
New Mexico 2 -
New York 1,912' 2,.621' 2,090 1,656 1i,298 1-,682 69
North Carolina .290 737 154 506 24" 167 138
North Dakota 1 .2 2 1 2
Ohio 519 820 344 474 238 : 200 191
Oklahoma 31 .59 4 3 1 1
Oragon 5 2 5 2 1
Pennsylvania 1,016 1,425 1,279 845 728 579 4
Rhode Island 67 116 90. 91 61 49 3
South Carolina 42** 325** 103 381 213 158 85
South Dakota 5 7 3 1 -
Tennessee 367 604 128 420 211 61 61
Texas 10 21 36 14 13 15
Utah 3 6 1 3 1
Vermont 15 17 13 26 12 10 1
Virginia 199* 451*# 322 443 239 102 82
Washington 9 12 1 3 2 1 2
West Virginia 124 165 85 135 22 44 22
Wisconsin 40 i 68 22 23' 35 19 I14
Wyoming ,1 '
Canada 5. 60 58 37 1
TOTAL 4 1." ..... .: 5 .. ...,E .-
Does not include Savannah.
SDoes not include Atlanta & Savannah, .
@ Savannah & Atlanta included.
**Florence not included.
*#Petersburg and Richmc-'i not included..: .








RECAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION, FLO InDA TANGERIIES. BY STATES- PAST 5 SEASONS

States 1931-32 1930"31 1 1929-30 1928-29 1 1927-28
Alabama 10 ..,, ...2 1 2-
Colorado2 2 -
Connecticut 37 43-. I 33 3
Dist, of Columbia 33 8. 20 10
Florida ` 1 1
Georgia 8 26 S
Idaho 1 .
Illinois 170 228 37 121 30
Indiana 73 92 3 8
Iowa 32 14. -.
Kansas 4 9
Kentucky 15 24 5
Loulisiana 35 5 7
Maine 1 1 3
Maryland 132 152 37 127: 52
Massacah-sett 156 16 : 55 13'7 33
Michigan 115 10 16 56 10
Minnesota 31 4 2 1
Mississippi 1 .
Missouri 62 52 2 9 '
Nebraska 3 2 1
New Jersey 5 -
New York 909 1,034 359 572 273
North Carolina 13 18 10 '6
Ohio 209 218 39 150 65
Oklhoma 5 1 -
Oregon 5 1 -
Pennsylvania 542 605 183 430 165
EPode Island 22 23 11 16 4
South. Carolina 1** -3 34 24
Tennessec 21 36 1 13 3
Texas 1
Virginia 6## 79#* 5 50 9
Washington 7 .
West Virginia 1 2 -
Wisconsin 34 21 1 2 3
Canada 742 5 -
TOTAL _2 5 3. 41 793 1 S2 __ 05
**Florence not included. -Fetersburg & Richmond not included.
f*Petersb-iur not included.




42 -
TRUCK EO VENT OF FLORIDA CITRUS MRUITS
Sect. 1st t'b *De. 31st 1931.



SU ,L -. CITRUS FRUIT MOVEMENT BY TRUCK, SEP 1 TO DEC. 3, lj31 INCLUSIVE
1_ month: Oranges Grai efrui_ ~ _ies Total
ox es -
Se.o member 05 .. c 10,567
October 3 E' 4,3o06 282 80,954
"Iovember 1 bq 12-241 12,355 312,9
December 323.2 70 50 42058
STotal .5263 232.17 6130__ 833,572
TOTAL DISTRIBUTION CITRUS FRUIT ZOVE UT BY TRUCL. FROM SEPT. T-2.OUGH DEC. 193_1
-__.. Oranges I" Gra efr t Tangerines Total
B ox es -
Principal Cities (34) 274,866 104,057 29,859 40,782
States-at-Large :240,418 58,025 30,741 329,1S4
Jacksonville for Boat 3,785 57,644 145 61,57
Unknown Destinations 19,194 12,453 2,385 3403
Total I5, _5323 ._3 79 6 130 8331572
833,572 Boxes or 2,315 Cars.
TRUJK Oi.'-OvEIv jTT FLORIDA CITRUS, TO 34 CITIES FROM SEPT. THROUGH IEC. ,131
Furumished through the courtesy of the State Dqt. of Agriculttire
City -I Oranges Grape fruit Tangerines Total
Albany., Ga. 3,64 B 0 36 4
Ashevillo,N.C. b,02 3 0 843 10,
Athens, Ga. 2,974 1,308 179 4,
Atlanta, Ga, 54,202 20,0, 4, 20 79,272
Augusta, C-a. 13,706 3, 4 1,683 19 ,33
Birminghamn, Ala 17,872 5,204 2,24 25,29
Bruns:;ick, Ga. 4,62 1,135 660 6,48
Charloston, S.C. 12,3 1 4,1 11,700 18 21
Charlotte, N.C. 2 395 1 114 24 3,93
Chattanooga, Tenn. 5,68 ,298 574 9570
Columbia, S.C. 9,540 3 1,884 1,8
Colunbis,Ga. 10,288 3,47 965 14,670
Corde1e, Ga. 238 33 4 2,862
Greensboro, N.C, 1 4,060 575 30
Greenville, S.C. 13 62 3,68 1,32 18
Greenwood S.C. 7 08 81 '
Jacksonville, Fla. 1 10, 206 23
Knoxville, Tenn. 2 2, 2 823
Macon, C-a. 10, 3 8 6 147
Mobile,'Ala 1 12
Montgomery, Ala. 8 1 3,
Moultrie, Ga. 0" 6
Nashville, Tenn. 7 32 1, 99
Norforh Va. ,471 1,08 2 3
Pensacola, Fla. 5 01 1 26T
Savannah, Ga. 21 68 b, 2, 2
Spartanburg, S C. 2,824 C o4
Tallahassee, ila. 5,162 2, 15 70
Thomasville, Ga. 3,064 1,8 lg 4
Valdosta, Ga. 2,61 1 3 6b
Washington, D.C. 46 3, 19
a cross. Ga., 1 4
Total --2-i, 8b6 7;Z--- L^_ 9 .6!) 4_1








SU-- IRIEBUTI 01T FLOR.I DA CITRUS, -AES
SEPTEIER, OCTOBER,N -NOVEBER& &- DECEMBER .SS-SON.1931-32
(Recapitulatio-n of State Department of Agriculture data
by-,.the- Florida Citrus Exchange) -- -
,u:.. TU .. .


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT
Boxes Boxes


Alab ..ia--
Arkansas
Connecticut
Delavware
District of Co,
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusett s
Michigan
Mississi- ;- i
Missouri
Ncbraska
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
Jest Virginia
7isconsin
Total


lumbi


--- -. .... .- -. 58-,41o0
311
2
837
a 5 1,546
33,812
211,798
2,392
1,910
5,312 -
250
7
2,121
l- Al
1,141
5,413
.265
24
1,642
1,325
57,381
1,695
166
1729
8 0,355
S 27,782,
18,267,
5- -1- 1. sO:'--:
58
522,131


14,164-
55

221.
3,933-
17,736
59,245
558
1,198
1,602.
23

1,115

514-
1,117
19
15
489
576-
20,016
1,010
32
5 -5 6-
17,619
9,983
7,925
1-4o
160,512


TANGZERIN~ S
Boxes

...... :,422 -
45
C-
71 -
837- ---
2,851
19,249
68
155
289

3
225
114
.156
734
5
16
o01
19
1,052
iSl
16
S 20'9
S11',272
3,o4o
3,561
348
1
60,002


Jacksonville for boat

Unknown Destinations


Grand Total .


.3,785

12,347


538,263


14,023- --2,9 63


232,179


63,130,,


S.- -.. 29,333

833,572


C;


TOTAL.
Boxes


.... 77,996
411
4
1,129
. ....- 10,316
54,399
290,292
3,018
3,263
7,203
273
10
3,461
114
1,811
7,264
289
55
2,232
1,920
88,449
2,866
214
2,444
109,246.
40,805
29,753
3,368
60
742,665


- i5f-







ORANGES- UNLOADS I.N 66 CITIES. .FOM SEPTEMER-..1931 THROUGH. JUI 1932 BY


S'MONTHS. -A BY-.STATES: OF ORIGIN


1.931_ 1 . ._ -.932--,. .
City & State SeptOct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jneu OA 19l0
.Akron . ..3
Florida 7 7 6 1 29
California 1. 3 2 3 7 8 6 2 32 146
Total. 1 7 11 9 9 8 8 6 2 61 89
Alban.'
Florida 12 18 18 18. 14 4 6 90 115
California 23: 24 28 38 25 37 44 44 48 34 345 2S5
Total 23 24 40 56 43 55 5S 18 54 34 435 o400
Atl. anta
Florida '3 27 46 20 18 13 9 1 137 564
California 23 13 7 12 15 70 42
Others 1'
Total 23 16 27 46 20 18 13 16 1.5 207 607
Baltimore
Florida 4 71 173 115 128 107 113 69 15 795 1148
California 85 95 55 21 22 21 42 59 62 111 573 297
Others 3 1 --- 4 -
Total. 85 99 129 154 138 149 149 172 131 126 1372 1.445
Birmingham
Florida 6 22 48 24 23 22 17 5 167 412
California 14 11 2 3 12 14 56 39
Others -
Total 14 17 22 48 24 23 24 20 17 14 223 45.4
Boston
Florida 1.34 244 285 334 260 1.64 .54 38 1613 2448
California 278 333 300 217 '231 181 326 381 326 362 2935 2158
Others 1. 1 2 4 3
Total 278 333 43 462 5 6 515 588 o 400 42 o4609
Bride-oort
Florida 1 10 18 19 20 12 11 9 1 101 106
California 14 14 18 16 13 1.3 20 19 22 18 167 121
Total 1.4 15 -28 ;4 32 33 32 30 31 19 268 227
Buffalo
Florida 3 31 43 52 64 53 34 9 7 296 41.
California 32 65 80 126. 83 47 91 75 84 61 744 622
Others 1 . 1
Total 32 68 112 169 1.35 111 144 10 93 68 1041 1O40
Chicagoo *
Florida 8 99 142 175 236 154 141 107 21 1083 1419
California 306 329 365 415 -334 360 438 542 476 426 3991. 3670
Others 2 59 16 15 1 93 28
Total 306 339 523 573 524 597 592 683 83 447 5167 511.7
Cincinna.ti
Florida 3 53 113 115 112 81 82 48 11 618 800
California 65 72 69 59 35 24 78 74 72 103 651. 330
Others 1 23 5 29 1.
Total 65 76 145 177 150 136 159 156 120 ll4 1298 11..31.





- 45 -


ORANC-ES- UNLOADS 66 CITIES FROM. PTE R 193-.THR-OUGH UNE, 1932 BY
MONTjHS' BD BEY S OTS ORIGIIT (ontal),-.


1 Qz2


City & State Sept. Oct.: 1ov.I Dec. Jan. Feb Mar.: Apr.iMay June TO ,T
S" '" : "' 1931-321. 90- 31


Cleveland
Florida
California
Others
pT-^


- 5. 41 77 100 88 75 85 59 8 538 711
91 121 122 116 .100: 88 174 161 .144 130 1247 1071
- 1. 16 6 1 5 29 3
1t 197 --g .1-OQ 7 n 17 -43 246 -20 13 1814 1.785


v 7 -- ..
Columbus
Florida 3 30 25 35 31 26 18 12 4 184 243
California 1.3 24 25 28 12 29. 38. 39 26 15 249 252
Others 2 1 3
Toal 1. 27 57 54 47 60 64 57 38 1.9 436 95
Dall.as
Florida 2 7 9 24
California 42 24 17 38 13 28 40 33 25 36 296 311
Others 3 9 20 11 18 19 80 15
Total. 42 27 26 58, 24 46 6 0 3825 50


Dayton
Florida
California
Total.


Denver
Florida
California
Others
Tot l.


Des Moines
Florida
California
Others
Total


- 7 23 19 19 18 11 4 -
10 7 3. 2 --2 2 10 -5 8 9
10 7 1.0 25 23 21 28 16 12 9


- 5 1 1 -
29 29 39 58 46 53 65 58 59 43
- 1 1 1 -4
2q 2q 3q "-5.9 52 514 67 58 ,59 3


Tt- i 7


- 7
11 18. 25
11. 18


101 1.89
59 52
159 242


7
479
3


4
46g
1


-489 473


- 1 1 1 1.0
6 ---- 18 32 25 28 14 191

6. 15 19 32 25 2.9 14 202


4s8
185
12
234


ennt- 4


Florida 3 57 53 74 67 50 37 40 1 382 650
California 126 139 138 21.9 40 157 293 223 214 192 1841 1655
Others 3 19 6 28 -5
Total 126 145 214 278 214 224 343 260 254 193 2251 23310


Iu I uthn


Florida 2 7 1. 0 19.
California 12 9 14 17 13 16 18 20 18 14 151 158
Others 1 1.
Total 12 9 14 17 15 24 19 20 18. 14 1-62 178
El. Paso
California 11. 10 14 6 8 12 10 14 10 13 1.08 1.51
Others - 1 1 - -- ----2 ----
Total. l11 10 15 7. 8 1.2 10 14 10 13 .110 155
Evansville .
Florida 4. 17 22 16 15 5 3 2 84 .85
California 8 7. 4 4 :7 5 1.3 1 11. 10 83 29
Others 1 1 2
Total. 8 11 2 262 23 20. 19 17 13 10 --168 21.6


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46 -

ORAC-ES- .miLOADS IN 66 CITIES FROM..S.TE. 3R .9.1 THROUGH JUTE, 193 2 BY
MOTHS LANqD BY STAi9r 0IGIN (G0nt'd.l

l31 _________- 1.9 ....... 2_______
City State Oct. E .ec. e TO'ITAL
City & State Sept. Oct. 1pv. Dec. Jan.l Be ',. Apr. y June :
S 2.2 1 9U0- I


-4
6 8s 1.4 6. 14 12 121 8
1 4 -6 -2. 6 -1: ': "
'7 1i2 Pn *a 1n n ..10. '2 *TT0* '


Fort Worth
Florida
California
Others
mTnotl


6 7'
90 1.17
13. 10....
1.29 1.34


Grand Ra-ois -
Florida 3 1 6 15 13 2 4 3 '85 26
Cal.ifornia 15 3. 1.8. 23 23 38 31 1.9 31 ..224 232
Total 1.5 16 29 31 ..19 38 51 53 23 34 309 : ..358.
Hartford
Florida 1 23 31. 48 43 IS 24 20 3 ..211 280
California 22 36 31 18 2' 1 4 28 k. L 268L 175
Total 22 37 54 49 71 54 52" 52 1 4 479 .5
TH out on. .. .. .. .... .... .


Florida
California
Others


- -.. ..- 3 3 0
32 28 17 29 9 9 36 23. 34 29 .24 -
- 9 7 2 8 31


19
279
S35_"


Total 32 28 26 14 16 11 4 26 37 29 23 ..33
Indiana solis
Florida 1 21 53 49 43 3. 17 14.. 3 239 432
California 22 38 33 37 25 18 67 34 56 .19 349 281
Others 1 -
Total 22 39 55- 90-- 74 61. 105 51. 70 22 589 713
Jacksonville
Florida 1 6 3 1 2 2, 3 1 171
California 1 -
Tot al- 1 6 3 1 2 3 3 19 .71.


Kansas Citory
Florida
California
Others
Total.


- 13 11 7 11 2 3 4 39
55 38 49 66 49 54 78 89 61 58 597 604
. 1 4 1 5
55 38 62 78 .56 69 s .'81 '92 61, 5 650 6 48..


Lexington
Florida
California
Total
Los Angeles
rnl ifornin.


Louisvi.lle
Florida
California
Others
Totnl


Memphis
Florida
California
Others
Total.


1 1.0 8 9

h 10 .18 q


- 1 15 4q


5 5 3 2 -
3 5 4 2 5
8 10 7 4 5


5 2 .4 -- 8 :6 6


53 79
25 24
_ 79 103
: 9o 2.61.


- 7 35 69 39 35 26 1,9 1.3 3 246 361
10 20 5 1 5 6 1,9 '1 20 122 87
20 . 4 -70 44.... .. "4 -- 3 7, ... *23 37Z 448
0.o 27 O '70 4 .... i~i. -48 .... 17 2. 448


5 33 -67 '3 ;29 3 5 1 .i 197. 316
25 10 5 9 i. '21 '26 26 35 1 .2 :03..
S 1. -2 1 .... 2 -
25 16 .8 78 4k 4 44 -1 7W27- .6 74 424


----


'---


I


-- -- -_-- -~-----L-


Total27 1. 4d 2 44


t


... .


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ORANGES- UL PPS IN 66 CITIES FRO.' SPi T. R 1931 THROUGH JMTE, 1932 BY
MONTHS AiD BY--T-SATES- 0 ORIGGI- (Contd

_.9. '.-- ,________________1 i
1iy-t- TOT AL
City & State Sept Oct. Wo.le.. Jaq, Feb., .ar. IApr. M June TO-T
Sept I J Jun I 3 -M2 1 L -- 1 I


Millwa'-I e .. -
Florida .- 5 25 1.9 30 5 4 3 92
California 50 57 58 79 63 7-. 9 39 S0 64 704 066.
Others 1 1 .._ 6 -
Total. 50 57 64_0 82 101 102 93 83 65 802 720
,inneajol.is : - .
Florida -- r 1 - .- 2 32
Cal.ifornia 4 42 4 60. 74 51 66. 95. S4 73 5 644 651
Others P 2 -
Total 42 41. 62 75 51. 67 95 4 73 9S 648 663


Nashvill.e
Florida
California
Total.


- 3 23 47 26 22 21 18 8 2 1.70 350
.1. 5 2 2 .4 7 10 41 46
1 8 23.. 7 26- ?4 23 22 15 1.2 211. 396


Newark
Florida
California
T +t-l


..0


- 8 28 34 28 36 74 18 -
6 i.4 3 2 2 6 18 9 18
r 3 1 -6 no 42 92 27 18


226 285
96 439
322 __3?


New Haven
Florida .4 27 27 26 23 16 12 7 152 215
California 18 19 20 14 11 10 17 18 14 .4 a. 166
Total 18 19 -34 41 3g 36 40 34 26 21 307 381
New Orleans
Florida 5 32 4.0 27 63 64 51 34 9 325 330
California 33 30 3 5 15 22 1.5 33 1.5b 96
Others .9 73 27 11. 2 2 2 96 207
Total 35 54 73 54 79 81 75 51 42 577 6.13
Now Y:ka3 35i-


Florida 13 372 905 837 960 995 84o s45 373 6190 7939
California ,205 1209 13.27 722 532 473 657 789 789 13027 6585 5820
Others 3 13. 78 35 5 13 9 2 14 250
St 1 -120 9 2i0 1`'7 1692 1f97I ILi 1 661 1631 1646 1400 24938 Ji 3.98


S u a,, -.I_ .- .' L ,--r .T - .. -j ia -.- --7
Norfolk
Florida 3 1.7 26 23 23 20 24 8 2 146 269
California g 6 2 5 7 3. 30
Total 8 Q 17. 26 21 23: 23: 6 13 9 177i 27
Oklahoma City
Florida 6 5 8 2 1 22 90
California 22 3. 26 22 14 1.9 27. 29 30 17 217 ..26
Others 2 1 - .
Total 22. 31. 28 28 20 27 2- 130 '0 17 242 317
Omaha
Florida 2 5 1 3 -.. 30" .
alifornia 26 23 26 39 37 43 46 53 38 29 360 384
Others 2 4 1 -4
Total 26: 23 26. 43 4.6 45 50 53. 3 29 379 .4'S
Peoria
lorida g 2 2 9 1. .4
California 9 5 25 1.7 21. 25 37 29 23 .99.. i24
Others 1 1. ]1
Total 9 5 1.6 27 24 23 26 -7 29 23 21.9 3.9


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48 -

ORaTGES- UMO ADS Ti 66 1TIES IM ; ..qSlBER 9 TEROU~H JUE, 1932 BY
MOIBITS AD BY ST-.TBS OF URIGIN (Cont 'd.)

1 31.. 19 32
City & State Se t Oct. : Deo. Ja. .Feb... .i r.. iy June O TI-


Philadel.nhi a
Florida
California
Others
Total.


16 231 413 342 386 370 281 234 32 2305 3075
254 276 21.0 102 94 97 145 223 255 .378 2034 2306
- 7 1 4 48 15 504
254 292 4S ir 45 36 483 515 504 489 410 4547 4581


Pittsburgh
Florida 2 33 80 71 93 56 43 40 10 428 819
California 101 104 124- 12 -P- -1-35 171 145 144. 137 1280 1..16.
Others '-- 4 ---- .
Total. 101106 161 20 168 228 227 188 184 147 1.713 195
Portland, e'.. e,
Fl.rida 13 10 11. 18 1.. -2 2 6.7 335
California 15 19 15 12 14- 22. 31 35 28 28 29 189
Others 1 --- 1 -
Total 19 29 2?? 25 40 42 37 0 28 287 324
Portland, Ore.
California 35 35 .53 82 67 85 92. 1.06 51 7 643 651
Providence
Florida 2 37 47 36 49 35 20 1.9 7 252 351
California 24 25 26 21 3 0O 27 29 29 30 257 225-
To-ta.l 24 2 6 52 79- 62 49 8 37 509 57
Richmond
Florida 8 3 55 40 40 30 15 8 2- 23 336
California .1 7 9 1 9 64 2
Others -
Total 31 15 T4 55 40. 40 9 29 .17 2 944 -- 334 2
Rochester : .
Florida ,.. 1.3 34 23 7. 27 20 17 8 174 196
California .__ 31 23 0 22 37 51 51 4Q 140 366 321.
-Total. 3.1 36 41. 64 4w 69 78 71 57 48 540 517
St. Louis
Florida 1 2L 46 44 31 26' 24 1.9 1 21.4 328
California 76 79 90 1.60 93 100 163 1.72 :.138 .101-, 11.75 1,037
Others 1 25 11 2 1 1.2 52 1.0
-Total 76 81. 137 217 139 1.32 201 196 157 105 1441 1375
St. Pau. 4
Florida .1 -
California 21 20 28 7 30 36 50 41 41 30 334 344
Others - 1 1
Total 21 20 28 c 8 3 0 36 51 41 42 30 36 348
Salt Lake City.
California 1.0 10 18 27 16 21. 18- 15 16 8 1i9 234
San Antonio
Slorida -- 2.. -. 2
California 33 26 128 -1 6 "14' 22 4]. 28 33 237 209
Other. 2 2 1 1.9 -


Total 26 20 lb b C1.
San Francisco .
cAlifo .. 67 63.66 95. .4 ..42 764.. .o 58s
.. nia -6- 49-- .42


2-_ 00 E


~ --, -.- ~




49 -

ORArES- *LTTLOADS *66o.CII^E ^ zgP^2Q ^ THRQTHJ^i 2932 BY-
: ONioHS., : EY" .S .GD LBSYnt '.


-i.
---. ;~ -- TOTAL
City & State Sept Oct. ov. Dec.- Jan.i W.. A76 1 1-o1 v.930- 1

Seattle 2
Florida 8 n 6-2
Cal. fonia "i. 5 6-75 2 h. 6 1 102 116 62 738 738
Total 59 52 1022 1.6 6 6 78 746
Shreve-oort -
Flo'ida 1 2 1 1 2 5 1 1
California 6 6 15 6 6 11 9 8 83 69
Others 1- -- .I- 2 ,
Tota 8 7 . 1 5* 3 -- 8 (513.. 9 99 130
Sioux City .
Florida 3 1 -
California. .7 .7 16 13 ..19.. 1 25 7 9 15
Others 1 .- *- o .. -. .- -' 2
Total 7 7 1 1 1. 27 18 25 17 622


Spo a.ne
Florida
California
Tnrtnl


S-pr ingfi elt..Ma,
Florida
California
Total-_
Syr, acus e
Florida
California
Others
Total .
Tanoa
Florida
California
Total.
Terre Haute
Florida
California.
Total


Toledo
Florida
California
Total
Washington
Florida
California

Worcester,
Florida
California
Total.
Youingstown
Florida
California
rn+ nl


- 3. .9. 16 17 2 16 16 145 1.62
-"-7 "9 2 .3 19 16 17 2 6 i6 9 -- 145 62


S.1 213
1 19 16 2:7 19 15 9 3 .- 99 213
30 26 .- 20 23 26 3 30. 24
10 -27.. 9 9 5 45 52 29 37 28 4-00

- 1.2 22 22 32 26 13 12 1 140 164
14 27 33 23 25 18 37 33 34 28 272 225

14 27 45 45 47 50 -6 6 6 .29 412 390

- 5. ;-- 9 372
-. . 1 1.. -
'. 3 ,5 ..- 2. 10 372

3 3 25
3 1 3 7 25

2 1 9 7 6 2 2 42 45
2 1 9 10 2 8 6 '7 ,2 2 49 70.

- 5 8 9 1 .,- 39 66
15 15 14 4 ..2 27 47 91 27 .2- 29 o.
1.5 .5- 25 29 36 52 2 2 2 332

-'1 53 9 1 gl 80 52 42 .9 494. 69
54 61 :.14 22 21 17 29 6 44 9 377 1
'54 62- .'67 -117 1028 0.109 ..O. 08 6 68g 871 8S4


2 1 2 4 3 8 3 2 4_
2 1 2 4 3 3 -. -- -3- _.2 3T ,7
2 1...

1 5 5 14 3 3 31 28
9 8 15 25 14 21 28 24 1 ------ 2
9 8 16 o 19 5 1 2 1 10 20 200


Total-L- -


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GRAPETRUIT- UNLOADS IN 66 CITIES' '; OMS TEL~ 1. TF.OUCGH. JU, 932
MONTHS MAD BY STIES OF OIRIGI.

1 1.1 1 2__________'...i ,,'
City & State Sept Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. I eb. M ,. apr. : 1a J e 1
31I L-a


Akr on
Florida
Texas
Total


Albany
Florida
Texas
California
Totr.l


- 7 5 5 4 3- 2 26 26
- 2- 4 3 9-
.- 6 2 ... 35 26


7 17 12 21 20 20 12 11 1 1.21 1.29
- 7 21: 20 20 12 11 22 33
- 1 -.- --
- 8 2 21> 20 2012 11 1 122 133


Atlanta 6 1..
Florida 7 11 10 6 1 10 1 62 9
Others 1. -. -1
Total. 1 7 11 1Q 6 8 1 10 -61
Baltimore
Florida 1. 59 65 69. 68 72 74 72 29 1.5. 524 53
Others 11 .1 -
Total 12 59 65 69 '68 72 74 72 29 15 ..55 58


pi r mj~i tikam 9 43
Florida 5 4 2 5 4 10 7 5 1 43
Texas 2 -
Others - -
Total. 7 4 2 5 4 1.0 7 5 1- 45


Boston
Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total.


Bridge-nort
Florida
Texas
ontal.


14_


1 1.30 134 129 162 1.25 145 120 99 25 1.070 1438
- 6 2 5 13 1
5 5 1 1 13 25 3
15 19 1. --- 35 .6
21 160 134 129 1.63 128 150 121. 99 3 1.143 .45-


- 3 7 7 10 7 8 7 7 1
- 2 7 7 1 7 S 7
V5 7 7 10 7 7 7 1


57 60
2 -
39 60


Buffalo
Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total


3 52 53 30 52 53 58 39 24 364 472
- 3 4 4 7 1 1.9 3
- 1 1 4 6 -
. -- 1
3 58 o5 56 60 59 -9 25 4 389 47l6


Chi c,..o
Florida 21 133 156 103 143 134 117 224 174 16 1221 2023
Texas 103 53. 25 110 157 183 24 655 208
California 1 1 2 1 1 1 12 25 4 7
Others 17 1.2 .- 6- --- 2'6
Total. 39 249 209 128 255 292 30. 249 16 4. 1949 2244
Cincinnat-i .
Florida 43 49 53 66 64 66 55 23 6 425 4S9
Texas 7 2 16 25
Others 1.0 1 21 -
Total. 10 61. 49; 6 66 82 55 23 6 471 .'50


To tql


Tot-nl -


1








GRAPEFRUIT ,UNIADS II; 66 CITIES PROI. S3PT ER 19.31 THROUGH JUNE, 1.932 BY
.:iMOiTHS. ATD -BY .STET S. OF.IGIL (Cont' d.)


1Q72


City & State Sept Oct. [ov. Dec. Jan. Feb. lMa Apr. May June J 1 -31
I I I 1 I].931.-3 =2 0.3-31.


Cleveland ...... ..
Florida n 5 71 63 78 81 77 74 65 46 4 564 769
Texas .- 1 4 5 20 7 45 5
California 2 2 4
Others -4 2 -
Total 81 63 79 85 82 q4 72 46 6 617 798
Columbus ..
Florida 1 24 28 23 27 32 37 17 6 .1- 196 269
Texas .1 1 1 3 -
Others .-
ato.T. 1 2R 2a 23 27 33 38 17.. 6 1 -. 99 270


~cvurw


- -I -- ---


7


Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total
Dayton
Florida ..
Texas
m^ 4- -


--


Denver
Florida 4 8 8 7 7 5 30 10 79 20S
Texas 22 23 15 38 28 53 -2 -181 66
California "- 1 2 3 6 3
Others 1 1 1 -.... 3 7
Total 1 27 32 23 46 35 58 32 12 3 269 284
Des Moines
Florida 1 s 1 4 3 5 4 26 130
Texas 9 8 14 1.5 15 16 77 42
California 1 .. 1 1 5 -
Total. 16 1.5 1.9 15 191 5 ,5 3 log 1.72.
Detroit "
Florida 4 71 100.- 99 109l 998 86' +9... 4. 7-03 1002
Texas 26 .5 .8 10 28 35 13 125 37
California .- 1 8 9 3
SOthers 0 0 .- --- 1
Total. ,14 100 105 119 1026 121 102 4 11. 850- -10
Duluthl
Florida -- 1 1 .1 .- .2 :4 ..5 4 18 55
Texas ..- .4 .8 8 :4 9 -.5 1 39 9
.Total. 1.. 9 .8 11 6 62
El Paso 26
Fl.orida : - -
Texas 2 --2 2 .4 5 .9 .4 ..I 29 18
California 2-- -- *- ... .- 1 .1 2' -
-Others :. .. -. -- -.1 1 3 -- 5 .-
..i'.'.o.al... ,...,- ....-2 : 2 3 4 10o 7. 2 1 "6 ,


' ^ n -n


24 84
190 62
5 5
21q9 156 -


S .. 1 7
2 12 19 27 24 -41. 61 13 t


2 2 19 27 24 41 61 17 9

5 -4 4 6 11 12 4 3
- .2 1 1 1. 5 -
S- 1! 17 h4 3


47 64
10 1:
57 .65_




- 52 -


GRAPEFRUIT UNLOADS IN 66 CITIES FIM SL~TEMBER 1931 THROUGH JUNE, 1932 BY
MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (Cont ld..)


City & State Sept. Oct,. Nov. Dec. Jan, Feb. Mar. A-r. Nly un Jine TO7AL

Evansville ** -*
Florida '1 4 6 5 12 54
Texas 1 1 1 13 --- ..3
Total 2 4 2 7 10 12 1 ;.1 45 57
Ft. Worth .
Florida 4 1 39
Texas 7 7 10. 7.39 .- 1 35
California 1 .. 3 4 2
Others 3
Total 71 7 1 -7 10 .39 4 1 3 90 79
Grand as-ids
Florida 9 15 17 23 .22 10 .25 4 25 170
Texas 3 1 1 4 1 4 3 51- 24
Total 12 16 18 27 4o0 3 26 4 176 194
Hartford
Florida 17 .22 4 17 19 15 .16 9 1 136 161
Houston
Florida -. 2 .9 72
Texas .5.. 7 12 3 6 14. 11 -.. 22
California 2 2 .... ..4 -
Others. 3
Total 5 7 12 6 14 11 7:4 2
Indianapolis
Florida 3 22 28 11 28 22 28 23 12 179 301
Texas 10 5 8 20 16 35 94 35
California 1 -. :7 6 14 3
Others 1 1 -- -. 2-
Total 4. .3. 33..-19 48 38 63. 23 .19 29 39
Jacksonville
Florida 117 1 42 4 7 4 39 31 29 357 1329
Kansas City
Florida 2 l10 14 9 10 7 5 22 20 1 100 307
Texas 44 32 : 30. 44 50 1o 7 -- 308 1
California 1 T- - 2 .. 10 3
Others 7 1 --
Total 10 55 46 39 .' 4 57 106 29 22 -8 46 462
Lexington
Florida 4 5 1 3 5 3 3 .1 25 7..
Texas .... 2 -2
Total 6 5 1 :3 5. .3 3 .:. ". 7 ....... 4
Los Angeles
California 11 3 1 1 4 112
Others ...1 .. 3 .4.. 1 1 7 103
.Total 14 -1 .8 .5 5.. .1.. 1 41 215-


Louisville
Flori&a.
Texas
California


15 9 23 15
- "1 1 -
- .


-16
3


173 :-


17 23 10
4 -


Others --. .- 2 -.. ... .... ... .
Total- -2 ...... ..16 .. 10 2.- 4..:


.1Q ?1-; 21 :


v1 1
1Y 2 142 1~~7T


--


7. .. -- -... .,.---- .nPT....- -- .




53 -

GRAPEFRUIT UNLOADS iN 66 CITIS .I, .-R T t t H JtJE. 1932 BY
1e i0:THS A. D IV g SATV 2 (H, j Co;U t 4 .) .

City. State. S. O. ec. Jan. e. Mar. A May Jne OTA
.,0 C -31


enrphis 5
Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total-
Milwaukee
Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total
Minneaoolis
SFlorida
Texas
California
Total


Nashville,
Florida
- Texas-
S:' Others
Total
Newark
Florida
Texas
Total.
Sm -rT .T oaroen


- 4 15 9" 17 2 18 10 --- 111 10.
3 32 12 9
-- 51 1 2 -
2 3 3- .- 2
.2 .7 .- 15 10 20 20 23 18 11 1 ... 612 1

6 5 9 1 -5 22- 16 1 -.70 -219
22 22 35 3 54 66 8 241 .

.1 - 1 -
1 28 27 4' 39 55 -71- 30 16-- ----- . 282

-4 -9 4. 7 6..3 9 30 19 9g' 2 290
- 29 38. 42 48 59 1 251 93
2 -- 1 3-
6 38 2 41 4 51 68- 32 19 .- -345-- -33


- 11... 6 7 9 12 10 11 1 75 155
- 2 2 8

- 13 6 7 9 1 10 11 1 77 164

5 8 10. 1 3 9 13 6 67 150
- 3 1 6 70 1503
- 3 5 8 3 70 150


Florida 8 12 9 12: 15 18, 12 94 137
Texas -- 1 1 -
California 1 1 -
Total .- 9 --12. 12 16 18 12 8 96 137
New Orleans 6 13
Florida 1 13 13 12 19 21 25 33 6 149 136
Texas -- -16
.Others 1- ._-. -- 6 -_.5---
Total 16 13 12 1 21-2 5 6 l1 159


New York City_
Florida 7 267 593 605, 684 685 646 531 433 149 460 52.45
STexas 7
SCalifornia 4 1 1 .
Others -4 -421 7 8 6 7 22 989 120
STotal -689- 630 610 696 65 57 44-172 5603 66
-Norfolk ...." T . ..
.Florida 7 o l 4 54 773
:'Oklahoma City :. : 43
Florida 2 5 17 10 43 9
Texas 11- -6 2 12 11 50 44
Galifornia.... -_ - r 1 2 3 2
Others .... ..:. --
Total 2 11 7 .... 12 -l I -l 2 .--- 6 139


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.. .

GRAP, 2 IT UNLO.AS IN &6,T' ''TE~ tL J.3,1tRO. J tNE, 1932 BY
TV lf'- 9TAR.S2 .8 OT ORIM (Cont'd.)


City & State Sept Oct, ]o ecj an-eb. IMar. Apr Mlay June TOTALS
Si 1951-3 .:93-31


Omaha
-Florida
Texas
California
Others
F. r- nl


2 3 6 3 1 19 12
18 21 13 23 26 '34 4 -
-" 2


46
139
g


'i-23 .27 -1- p~I. 2~F T~L.p 14 3 1


2- 1
RI 213


Peoria
Florida... 2 7 2 6 11 5 6 5 44 61
..Texas 6 2 4 6 3 9 30 15
total 9. 9 :12- :-14 14 -6. 5 7 76
.hi.ladel hia .. .- : .
I.Forida 4 121 164 177 182 254 163 180 114 24 1383 1583


6 2
13 20 1 2
17 1-47 1li. -1T77.' 182 256. 7-63.18l 11 26


" itt s gh .... ....
SFlorida 5 So 262 52 79 .79 62 52 32 5
:Texas 2 11 7 9 16 -
California 1
'To6tal Z6l 64 1+8ji6 s88 78 52 32 -6
6t Ti 7 32


r o c e._. L .
:Florid
. Txas :
'California
Total
g~ortland,Ore.
-Florida
STexas
California
Others
Total


8
36
1427


:1


488 746
49 6
1 1
538 753


2 7 13 7 1 12 8 9 s s) 95
1 1 81 10 1 22 8
- ,.. .. . .-- -4
2-- - .y7 20 18 I 10... 106 107

1 2 11 9 13 10 12 15 5 -- 1s 123
5 2 1 5 4- - 17 16
S5 6 8" 15 7 20 14- 15 20. ..-9 119 75
-- .-. -- 10
6 13 21 24 21 35 30 30 25 9 21 22~-


.P rovi dince
Florida
; California


.. 7 7 15 14" 16- 16- 9 6 -


90 137
S3


Total 7 7 15 16 16 9 6 90 140


Ri chm ond
1,l1orid 1 14 16 1 23 16 3 2 120 144
-Rochester
*'Florida 2- l 2f 21 23" 22. 12 11 158 204
S-fe;as 1 ... -. -2 -. -" 1 . 1 1 -" 5 1
li.foria ..... ,- 5 5 -
Total 2. 1 27 22 25 23 13 11 5 168 20
St. Louis
SFlorid 3- 24 29 3 38 32 31 41 31 8 275 2528
Texas- 46 24 24 56 58 64 25 297 85
California -2 6 8 -
Others 5 f 6 9
Tot i -- .6 9 ..-90. .. 95 .66.. 33 ... 4 536 .. ., 622
6. .---


Texas
...Others
STotal


--


"


, I ....


--


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GRAPEFRUIT -.UNLOADS IN .66.CITIES FRi SEPTEMBER 1931 THROUGH JUTE, 1932 BY
MON~Tl S AjD 3Y STA JS. O c IGIN (Cont' d.)

1931 1932
City & State St, Oct Nov. Dec. J Ar June TOTALS
'n Fs j9 3 r*11-32 1 TrO 0-31


St. Paul
Florida
Texas
California
Total
Salt La'ke City
Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total
San Antonio
Florida
Texas
California
Total
San Francisco
Ca lifornia
Others
Total
Seattle
Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total


1 4 3 4 3 4 6 13 10 1 49 131
11 13 22 24 25 39 4 138 5
f-.i- -26-7 1 1 -
1 15 1 26 gr2c1 452 17 10 2 18i 185


5 3- -- 10 5 7 5 1- 40 68
3 2 1 1 - 7 10
S2 1 1 1 5 2
S. 1 2
S 5 10 9 6 2 -3 82


S 2 1 3 .13
- 37 37 25
- 1 1 -
- 37 2 1 1 41 38


20 36 25 IS 21 15 14 25 26 16 214 232
4 16 15- 15-4 20.. 0 21 120 _5
20 o -o 31. 36- 29. 34. 4. 1 1 -3


2 2 13 10 12 13 9 12 3 76 145
1 2 3 4 18 13
9 16.. 19 13. 15 18 21 20 12 30 173 121
2 4 2- -- -
11 26 332 2 2 _3 3 4 ._2 15_ 267 280


Shreve oort 24
Florida 1 .. .. 1 5 4 -
Texas 1 21 2 6 6 2 20 10
California .. -- 1
Total 2 2 2. ,.2 ,6 .
Sioux City 4 1 58
Florid.a 1 S 7 4 12
Texa s 9 6 10 15 4 1 -
Total 1 9 6 10 14. 75b 6
Spokane
Florid 2 1 5 4 5 5 4 2 30 53
Florida. 2 1 45
Texas 3 1 5
California 2 -2 .1 .2 .3 2 3 2 17 5
others -i-i ..
Total 2 4 6 6 6 7 .7 6 2 66
S, Yingafiele M1ss.
Floida 10 13 17 L1 .13 l5 12 6 l104 147
Syracuse 10.. 135 171
Florida 22 17 .1 .12 26 .20 0 0 1


Texas - 1 -
California .. "- --- 171
Total 22 17 18 1 26 20 10 I 1


5 7


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GRAPUFPIT-~ I3T LOADS IN 66 -CITIES FRO,,:i SEP M.F l1 ._gHROUG Jg. 1932 BY
MONTHS AND 2BY C..L OP 0407. (Cot1t 'd.)


City & State


Tampa
Florida
Terre Haute
Floridaz
Texas
Total
Toledo
Florida
Texas
California
Total
Washing ton
Florida
Texas
Others
Total
Worcester
Florida
Texas
Total
Youngstovwn
Florida
Texas
Total


1931 31 .1v c2 _, _"
.Se Ot. NOct. ov Dec, Jan. eb T; Ai r, M.yun -T OTALS
S c .__ 103-32 4130-31

1 6 2 36 -_ 1 *-49


1 1 3 1 1 2 2 1
- 1 2 2 -
- 1 1 2 ? 2 -


12 24
524
1 24


- 7 21 12 17 13 16 10 3 99 165
2 4 6 3
9 17_ 6 10 -
9 21 12 17 o1 10 10o6 168


1 .38 43
- 1 -

1 39 43


4o 54 39 56 37 25 7 340 422


'39 i 5 7_ 341 423.


- 1


- - -- -1 1 -
- -. 1 1 _- -

7 17 12 14:. 5 13 14 2 84 lo4
3 2 14 -
- 7 17 12 17-i 15 li 2 9s o4


TANGERINES TOTAL


City
Akron
Albany
Atlanta
Baltimore
Birmningham
Boston
Bridgeport
Buffalo
Chi cago
Cincinnciti
Cleveland
Col'unmbus
Dallas
Dayton
Denver
SDes Moines
Detroit
Duluth
El Paso


UNLOADS IN 66 CITIES FROM OCTOBER 1931 TROUC-H APRIL 1932
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1 1 1932 TOTALS
Oct, Nov. DecI Jan Feb, Iar. I Apr.| 1931-3-2 1 lC0--31
1 1. -


3
8
140
14
183


188
91
.103



2
2
94


2


1
189
13
18
S268
76
124
25




133





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TANEIJiNES TOTAL UTLOADS 'I66 .GIsTIES IS' 0-TOBH 1931 THP.JGH APPIL 1932
Y HS aY STA OF CuRIG-IN (Cont d.)

_______: __ __ TOTALS
City r, 1 1-32 193-51


Evansville
Ft. 7orth
Grand Rapids
Hartford, Conn.
Houston, Tex.
Indianapolis
Jacksonville. .
Kansas City -
Lexington
Louisville
'Los Angele-s
'Memphis
Milwabiee
Minneapolis
Nashville
Newark
New Haven
New Orleans
New York City
Norfoulk :'
Okiahoima City
""Omaha
peoria
Phi ladelp ia
P itt s'ohrgh
Portland,Me,.
Portland, Ore.
Providence
Richmond
Rochester
St. Louis
St. paul
Salt Lake City
San .Antonio
San Francisco
Seattle
Shreveport
Sioux City
Spokane
Springfield,Mass.
Syracuse
Tanpa
Terre Hauitte
Toledo
Washington
Worcester
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Th :-e .' . n e: oft carsusm1d on :..-:. .- . -,
The number of cars"'sold on -thieleading auction markbet8 together' with average
prices, were nade available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Growers'
Clearing House Association. In the following .table:of '.Ueekly Auction Averages'
the first six columns, compiled by the Clearing House, represent the number of cars
of Florida grapefruit and oranges and California oranges sold with their respective
averages. Prices shown are averages of tLe New'York, Boston, philadelhia,Pittsburg4h
Cleveland, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Detroit Markets.

Florida Grapefruit auction averagees oenod at practically the same price in
the 1931-32 season as a year earlier. 7 cars sold during the week ending September
26, 1931, at $4.56 and 24 cars for the wee-. ending October 3rd at $4.65, compared
to 38 cars selling at $4.6o for the week ending-September 13, 1930. With the heavier
receipts prices declined until the week ending December 12, 1931, when 336 cars sold
for an average of $2,10. During this period there was an instance"or t-io when prices
advanced slightly but in general it ':was a declining market. Prices advanced slight-
ly over the holidays and for the wook endingg January 2, 1932, the average was $2.30.
Beginning January 1st Florida shipments were heavier and Texas was also shipping
rather heavily. Prices declined to a level ranging from $1.90 to $2.05 for the
period extending from the latter pirt of January through the woek ending March 12,
1932. During this same period in 1530-31 the prices on Florida grapefruit averaged
slightly higher. However, beginning with the week ending March 19, 1932, prices
advanced nd there were some weeks before the and of the season that grapefruit
averaged as high as $3.00-3.85 oh the auction markets. From the latter p:?rt of
March to the end of the season, the 1931-32 auction -pricos were higher than a year
earlier. Contributing factors to the rise in prices this season were an advertising
campaign on grapefruit; cold weather setti-g back and-decreasing supplies of coupet-
ing fruits, particularly strawberries; considerable loss in Florida's crop due to
wind storm in March and also the rapid cleanup of Texas grapefruit due to a quaran-
tine regulation. Summing up the grapefrr4i prices for 1931-32, it can be said that
despite discouraging returns during the principal part of the season, the -rices
during the latter part advanced sharply, closing considerably higher than a year
earlier.
Although Florida oranges opened at lower prices than in the fall of 1930,
prices advanced and by the middle of November the 193.1-32 prices were about on a
par with those' of the 1930-31 season and continued so throughout the season. Dar-
ing the 1931-32 season the offerings of California oranges were very heavy daring
October and November as compared with those of a year earlier. From the beginning
of the season until the week ending Febru'.y 20, the .auction ricces for Florida
oranges ranged mostly from $2.75 to $3.25, Beginning with the week ending February
27, and continuing throughout the season -there-was a good demand and prices advanced
to nearly $4.00, comparing"favorably with- the prices of the 1930-31 season.
Particularly during the latter -oart of the season, with possible exception Qf the
last few weeks, the quality of Florida oranges was exceptionally good and this state
was fortunate in having a good percentage of the preferred sizes. The favorable
position Florida oranges were holding from January 1st on, is indicated by the
difference in the auction averages, -Florida oranges generally sold at a higher
average than California oranges and the difference ranged from 50 to SO0 a box,.







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UEEKLY AUQTIOIN AVERAGES AI~ S::IP:.EITS OF CITRUS FIJITS
1931-32 SASOIT.
WEEKLY AUCTION AVERAGE : SHIPi~E S
On'r.rtrcipal Auctions: Carlots Freight & Boat
: FLORIDA : CALIiOPTIA :
Week : Gra-e fruit: Orages :- Oranges : FLORIDA :Calif.: Tex.
Ending: Cars : Avg.: Cars : Avg. : Cars : Avg.: Or.: Gft,: Tang.i I'x.: Or. : Gft.
1931 : ..


9-5
9-12
9-19
9-2 :
10-3 :
10-10
10-17
10-24 :
10-31 -.,
11-7
11-14 :
11-21:
11-23 :
12-5 :
12-12
12-19 :
12-2 :
1932
1-2
1-9 :
1-16 :
1-23
1-30
2-6
2-13
2-20
2-27:
3-5
3-12 :
3-19
3-26
4-2
4-9
4-16
4-23
4-30
5-7
5-14
5-21
5-28
6-4
6-11 :


: lo35
: 4 897
: 9 1091 -
7 $4.56 477 $3.80: 53 1121 10
24 4.65 435 4.15: 119. 1222 144
75 3.95 468 4.35: 1 266 1172 256
1L47 3.45 507 -4.45: 12 464 7 1089 171
240 3.00 574 4.40: 95 671 65 61 68
'326 2.45 36 $2.65 576 4.10: 203 525 1 101 1030 54
244 2.30 89 2.80 541 3.85: 214 308 6 102 1119 122
216 2.50 86 3.40 567 3.65: 531 546 15 246 1017 153
2S2 2.55 270 3.30 578 3.35: 810 579 168 375 105 183
270 2.60 334 2.85 400 3.30: 440 606 192 373 1249 111
414 2.30 319 2.95 457 3.10: 553 546 162 87 1283 102
336 2.10 331 3.30 367 3.20:1152 377 149 644 1473 126
279 2.15 545 2.90 472 3.20:1327 373 257 765 622 139
207 2.30 444 2.65 354 3.05: 335 305 141 291 716 52

203 2.30 252 3.05 294 2.95: 461 464 315 320 31 104
337 2.25 439 3.25 385 2.75:10oo. 569 221 455 564 214
315 2.10 584 2.75 347 2.45: 675 587 175 372 923 28S
316 2.05 349 2.90 333 -265: 628 636 210 365 796 249
376 2.00 414 3.10 357 2'.270: 762 680 192 393 087 177
345 1.90 437 3.20 280 2.95: 827 439 163 344 950 314
270 2.05 523 3.35 246 3.40: 943 597 146 377 S93 315
325 2.05 Soc 3.20 331 3.55: 895 618 114 372 1300 265
319 2.05 478 3.35 364 3.40: 641 696 67 317 1532 275
365 1.95 464 3.50 453 3.20: 690 744 38 249 1544 358
352 1.90 501 3.35 475 2.85: 714 532 7 208 1357 356
241 2.15 452 3.45 549 2.80: 619 493 9 205 1200 393
223 2.55 410 3.65 393 3.10: 624 617 5 192 1515 330
257 2.50 357 3.65 416 3.10: 608 572 203 1615
331 2.55 421 3.75 490 3.15: 589 634 203 1679 -
343 2.60 391 3.80 595 3.00: 551 721 164 1688 -
247 2.90 343 3.80 534 3.05: 60o 563 148 1226 -
269 3.15 416 3.65 520 3.05: 533 472 142 1162 -
261 3.30 384 3.45 495 3.15: 420 473 86 121 -
230 3.45 325 3.65 476 3.25: 413 430 82 1511
219 3.55 313 3.75 484 3.45: 452 136 60 1616
158 3.85 361 3.60 597 3.35: 329 112 51 1590 -
123 3.80 227 3.55 534 3.10: 174 63 31 1068
101 3.65 189 3.50 638 3.10: 102 30 19 1135









WEEKLY SHIPMENTS OF FLORIDA T'IAGTINELS. iD WEEKLY AUCTION AVERAGES


PRINCIP AL AUCTION 1931 2 ;and 1930L- 1 SE SONS

Prices quoted are on basis of "I'ULL-STRAPS".


Week Shi-pments W
Ending '191-2
1931
Oct. 31 1
Nov. 7 6
14 15
21 16S
23 192
Dec. 5 162
12 149
19 257
26 141


1932
Jan. 2
9
16
23
30
leb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
2 3


315
221
176
210
192
163
146
114
67
35
7
9
5


eekly Auction ..Avarages 1 gipmentsl Weekly Auction Averages


Cfars


8
55
150
211
139
154
166


109
278
186
183
167
14o
132
142
114
75
43
11
7
4
1


S .A &Average:


-- I


$4.54
4.50
3.65
2.95
2.75
3.35
3.00

3.60
2.80
2.30
2.45
S2.50
2.85
' 3.10
3.15
3.05
3.25
3.4o
3.75
4.05
3.45
3.70


8
112
450
125
234
251
148
93-

287
233
176
92
172
189
165.
10o4
79
74
46
35
19
2
1

1


1qn-l I I:


Cars


2
15
279
225
158
220
219
131

93
264
209
162
99
150
150
147
96
78
62
45
29
.16


. Average _


--
5.40
6.10
3.6o
3.15
3.35
3.10
3.05
3,2:0

4.05
3.00
2.50
2.50
3.35
3.20
2.80
2.70
2.85
2.95
2.95
2,95
3.10
2.45


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ORANGES, FLORIDA: Weighted average auction price per box,
New York City, by months, 1924 1931..


Season
Beginning
October
1924-25
1925-.26 $
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
<,93L-32


Oct. Nov. Dqc. Jan. Feb Mar. Apr. May
IFe. -- -I


7.45
3.70
3.67
5.08
3.42
4.76
2.64


$7.19
4.79
.6.31
3.71
..o4
.3.45
3.20


$3.68
$4.00 4.25
3.53 3.76
5.59 5.23
3..55 3.24
4.21 4.490
3.01 2.91-
3.11 3.10


June Avg,


$4.26-$5$.69 $6.43 $7..82 $8,26 $5.31
4. 4 $.2 5.80o 5.S7 6.72 5.10
3.91-'4.10o 4.86 4.75 4.54 4.11
5.97 6.29 6.84. 8.58 9.11 6.24
3.30 3.30 3.55 3.33 2.99- 3.4o
4.44 4.98 7.13. 7.42 6.6o 4,94
3.19 3.79 3.so 3.85 4.02 3.54
_ .3. 3.55 3.J5L 1.63_ 3.59 3.43


Bureau of Agricultural Eccnomics. Compiled from reports of California
Fruit Growerst-Exchange, Prices weighted by number of boxes sold.


l/ includes


averages
1924-25
1926-27
192S-29
1930-31
1931-32


in other
$8,49 in
3.12 in
2.92 in
2.61 in
4.38


months as follows:
July, 1925
J.ly, 1927
July and $2.29 in August, 1929
Sept. 1930 and $4.62 in July 1931
July, 1932


ORPNGES, CALIFOPIA NAV Ls;" 'Weighted average auction price per box,
,iew *ork City, by months, 1924 1931.


Season
Beginning
November


.1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32


Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. iar. A-or.


$8.00
6.32

5.72

5.23
3.87


-s o
$4 ,56
556
5.06


5,56
3..58
3.30


May June Average


$4.64 $4.47 $5.35 $5.48 $6.51 $6.21 / $ 5.42
4.24 4.55 4,70 5.50 4.7; 5.56 4.80
4.69 4.71' 4.54 4.89 4.43- 5.6o 4.74
4.56 5.18- 5.52 5.98 7.39 -. / 5.61
'4.84 3.89- 3.52 4.06 3.56' 3.56 4.10
4.98 4.99' 5.67 6.03. 6.64 - 5.64
3.45 3.27 3.42 3.32. 3.93 354
2.I1 3-.3_J-.06 3.08 3.38 3*.


Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Compiled from reports of California
Fruit Growers't change, Prices weighted by number of boxes sold.

1/ includes an average of $5.47 in July, 1925
/ reported for one week only
k Average for 6 months
I I 7 I1


I


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ORANGES, CALIxYPNIIA VALELTCIAS: Weighted average auction price per box,
New York City, by months, L925'- 1932,


Season
Beginning
Aoril


'Apr. May


June


1925 $4.80 6,28 $7.4T3
1926 4.92 4.58 4.46
1927 4.66 4.43 *4. .
1928 5.94 '7.38 7.22
1929 / 4.40 4 .58
1930 6.59 7.97 '7.19
1931 3.42 3.6'
192 2.85 -3 $l


July Aug.

"$6. "$6.47
'5.21 *4.89
'5.90 "6.15
S7.58, 7.45
4.13) 4.85
7.36 -.7.33
*4.31 V3.-1
S Sl


Sept.: Oct. Nov.


$7.58'
5.39'
6.73-
7.77'
.4.73-
7.29-
* 3.86.


.$8.23
6.44
7.02
7.55
4.85
8.69
4-.50


$9.90
6.79
6,71
6,79
4.77
7.78
3-.79


Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Compiled from reports of
Fruit Growers 'Exchange. Price weighted by number of boxes sold.


California


l/ includes averages in December as follows:
1925, $2.14
1926, .6.69
1927, 5.75

2 reported for one week only


GRAPEFRUIT, FLORIDA: Weighted average auction price per box,
New York City, by months, 1924 .-.1.931,.

Season
Beginning Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. iMay Jun. July vg.
October
1924-25 $2.83 $2.83 $2.71 $3.78.$4.38 $5.94 1i/ $3.37
1925-26 $4.96 $3.97 $3.95 4.01 -4;03 4,61 5.16. 4.70 4.7 $5.51 4.38
1926-27 5.35 4.07 3.40 3.53 3.75 3.67 3.59 3.66 3.8O 2.44 3.66
1927-2 4.60 4.7 4 4.71 4.82 5:07 5.52 5.45 4.92 .3.93 6.28 ~4.93
1928-29 4.41 4.25 31.4 3.52 3.20 3.30 3.32 .3.s3 .4.71 6.36 3.70
1929-30 4.51 4.23 4.26 4,43 4.09 4.78 5,09 4.25 -3.24 3.10, 4.42
1930-31 3.64 3.cO 2.22 2.56 2.43 2.50 2.76. 2.57. 2.o6 1.1742.69
1931-32 ..09 2.60 2.26 214 1.97 2.23Q 276 3.44 3.76 _3125/2


Bureau of Agricultural Economi cs.
Fruit Growers' Exchange. Prices weighted
/ reported'for one week cnly.
2 includes an average of $4.51 i
Includes an average of $5.80 i
includes an average of ,4.03 '
/ includes an average of $4.32 1


Compiled from reports of; California
by number of boxes sold.


August, 1927
September, 1929
September, "1930.
September, 1931


Avg. /


$7.15
5.28
6.00
7 45
4.63
7.59


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FOREIGN CITRUS MARKETS

For the past' f=ar~tea-onr exports .bof UTIited' St~ates oranges, grapefruit and
lemons have been tabulated by counitrieg and-by months.':. Accompaning the monthly
export tables in following pages is a monthly co=uarison of total exports for
the past three seasons as cont.as.ed with'.%hieL r':-rent year. As far as Florida is
concerned grapefruit exports are the most important, and it is interesting to
note the detailed comparison. During O:ctober.1931, grapefruit exports were
slightly less '~han.-for the two -previous seasons, .due largely to Florida's later
season. ,' The e'oxprt:s for Novembgr:.uand :-.d.cember were just about on .a -par with
those of a year earlier and considerabl' heavier than for the two previous.. seasons.
By February, however, the total United .S-ttes aeorts of grapefruit were over
130,000'bo::cs'compared to approximately 90,000 a.year earlier. Notwithstanding
some unfavorable factors for. increased exports, such as the Great 3ritian silver
standard for. currency and also the additional duties, the exports 'for the remainder
of the year were fairly heavy. The following discussions of rii-gn News5: on
both oranges and grapefruit is given to furnish a better idea :. [0 ii relative
importance of the United Statos in citrus production, and particularly .as to. which
countries are the chief competitors of United States citrus' fruits 'on th6 world
markets,

FOREIGN NEWS ON GRAPEFRUIT

Porto Rico, with 3,300 acis o~- citrus, has been Florida's principal grape-
,fruit cormpetit o. on the world markets. Production there for the past five. years
has averaged around 1,200,000 boXes a year, of which9about .672.,000 wore .shipped
fre-sh and 300,000 boxes canned. Fruit is exported from Port.o'iRi-co the year around
but the months of September and October- and the period.-from March to June are the
months of heaviest movement. Shipments the year around are made possible in the
tro--ics because: there- are three distinct sets of .bloom;, one in De'cembecr cnd
January, another-in May and June and-a.third in September and tctobhr, 'Ship-
monts to United Stat.s are 'fairly heavy from July to October, -or until the Florida
season is oll under way. From October to 'March Porto: Rican .shipments to the
United Statcs diminish but during this period the Porto .Rican fruit is furnish-
*ing keen cormatition in the world'markcts such as Liverpool and London., Porto.
Rico has relatively low pro-duction -costs and p.-cking charges, and in the. export
market s-he fruit occupies favorod/position because it runs largely .to the desired
sillcr.' sizos with a large percentage of bright fruit. A considerable acreage.
of'the Porto Rican -croo is not in full 'bearing so .the Island! s production nmay::be
expected to increase, It has been estimated thtatat the end of five years -the
total -roduction will be around 2,100,000 'boxs, barring-catastroph..s such as
the hurricane of 1928.

The Union of South Afri:ca: ranks-noxt to'-Porto Rico with a total,of 7,400,
acres followed by Cuba (:and Isle of Pines,). 1,500,::'palestine nearlyt-l,O000 cand
Moxido -with 390 acres. In South Africa .the6 largest shipments are- ade- during
;the ')'o'riod June to September, vith the' s sson-opening about the first Qf.May
anth-elesing the last of October, so that practically: all of South Afri.cats fruit
is:"i Iaketod during Floridal off season. In Pallstineo nly 'abut :25% ,of.the.
'acro 'iis in full bearing -and their marketing opriod coincides iith:n tht'.of.
Florida. The Isle of Pines and Jamaica are the least important: of:'the corn ncial
grcegofruit -.roducing countries. The bulk of the fruit in the Isle of pines is
harvested from August to November, with a considerable portion of it ocing
exoortcd to the United States before Florida's crop is on the market in appreci-
able cquanities. In Jamaica the early exports are around 100,000 boxco with the
most of the fr-it being marketed from June to the end of January. porto Rico,








Jamaica and Palestine supply the chief competition for Florida grapefruit on
the London and Liverpool auctions. Dtatiled weekly grapefruit quotations on the
Liverpool auction are tabulated in this s'ui*ry.

FOREIGN NEWS ON ORANGES

United States is in a different position with reference to world -roduction
of oranges than with grapefruit. During the 1931-32 season the estimated produc-
tion of oranges and mandarins in the Mediterranean Basin (Spain, Italy, Algeria
and Palestine) was forecast at approximately 50,000,000 boxes. Spain is the load-
ing foreign country in reductionon. During the five year period, 1925-26 to 1929-
30, the production in the United States averaged 38,500,000 boxes 'fnile in Spain
the average for the same period was 36,700,000 boxes, Japan is noxt in importance
with about 10,000,000 boxes closely followed by Italy with 8,500,000. Brazil
produces around 5,000,000 boxes. Palestine, Australia and Algeria are about on
a opr with 2,000,000 each, and South Africa nearly attains this figure. Spain
stands out far in the load as an exporter with nearly twenty nine million boxes
yearly for the past i wo seasons, This is nearly three times the amount exported
by all other countries combined, United States azid Italy export from a tiifle
ovor three to nearly four million boxes. Palestine exports around two million
and South Africa accounts for over a million, rnd Brazil for about half this
amount. Practically all of United States orange exports, with the exception of
Canada, is on Valencias during the summer. Any oranges exported to Great Britian
and other European countries during the winter come into competition with the
large supply of low priced Mediterranean oranges. Orange supplies from Spain
and Palestine are increasing so it is imprpbable.that there will be a profitable
outlet for any volume of American winter oranges in Europe in the future,

In the last five years 92..4% of the oranges imported into Canada came from
the United States, 4.4% from Japan and 1.4% from the United Kingdom. Oranges are
by far the most important of the agricultural products exported from the United
States to Canada. According to Canadian import figures the average value of the
United States oranges imported into Canada during 1929 and 1930.was $8,654,000,
or 33% of the total average value of all products imported from the United States.
The Canadian Tariff Act of June 2nd, 1931 will have an effect on the United States
citrus omeorts to Canada. American oranges formerly entered Canada free but now
are assessed a duty of 750 per box, while oranges from Empire countries (which
include South Africa, Australia and Jamaica) are on the free list. The former
tw arc marketed during the American summer orange period (MYy 1st to -October
31st) while Jamaica markets her crop during the' winter orange season or November
1st to A-ril 30th. Total United States enxorts during the summer orange season
1921 to 1929 have averaged 1,356,000 boxes of which 75% have gone to Canada.
During the winter season a larger proportion of the oranges exported by the
United States have gone to Canada or 92.5% of the 1,386,000 boxes o:zortod.
Practically a constant 9.7% of the surnmor oransoes and 5.9 'of, the winter oranges
are taken, or about 7% of the total yearly commercial crop. Under those conditions
a ta:x of 75 per box means more compctition can be eoppctod from untaxed ppire'
sources. The cost of shipping oranges from Sydney, Australia, to Vancovver is
$1,.4o and from Kingston, Jamaica, to Halifax is 750 per box. Thoso rates are for
refrigerated stowage.






c65 -
CITRUS FRUIT:. Acre age in principal countries of the world,

*~-


Oranges.
I and
S Mandarins


United States
Spain
Italy
Brazil
Japan
Union of South Africa
Australia
Algeria
Mexico
Palestine
Syria
Porto Rico
Cuba (Isle of Pines)
Jamaica
Southern !inodesia
New Zealand
Uruguay
Tunis
French -iMorocco
Egilit I. ;
Philiioines s *


Total ..... .. .. ... "


Acres
506,000 a/
17;8000

105,000
83,000
*56,ooo000
39,9oo
18,750
19,000 g/
24,400 iJ
7,289 k
2,000 f
1,000 fl
1,.036 k
2,900
100
8,000
1,045
1,236
11,715
'9,057


1,102,428


Grapefruit


Ac r~ s


Acres
190,000 b/


C/
2/

c/
7,4oob

e/
390 o/
86oJ/

8,3100/
1,500
-


208,4(


Lemons


Acres
47,000
6,500


e/
/
V/


Zh
c/


5,000
1,700
7,100


200Q/
S360/

741
49

L5i--- -:


72,606


Country


Compiled by Foreign Agricultural Service.


a/ Acreage of groves (1931). About four-fifths of the trees were then five years
old or older, b/ (1931) About 45 per cent of the trees were then less than five
years, c/ Not available, but not large. d/ Reported as acreage for citrus -ruits,
of which 117,916 acres were planted to unmixed and 160,788 acres to mixed crops.
Of the citrus fruits grown, mainly oranges, mandarins and lemons, the last is most
important and accounts for at least half if the total acreage. e/None reported,
f/Estimated from production. g/ Estimated at 70 trees per acre. h/earir aScreage
only. i/Bearing 7,900; non-bearing 16,500. j/Bearing 225; no-ibearing 635.
k/Includes other citrus fruits,' /Considerable wild fruit harvested,. /6,'120
acres of trees over 6 years old; 1,680, 2 to 5 years; 310, 1 to 2 years ,
year.


P 1


6o


I


I


Total

Acres
773,000
184,500
278,704 d/
105,000
83,000
63,400
41,900
20, 50
26,490
25,260
7,289
10,310
2,500
1,036
3,100
46o
8,000
1,786
.1,285
11,715


'.,661,198


'9,057 .


I


''








ORAINGS a/ Production in i.rinciual countries of the world,
cro1 yars 19-2. to 1931-32.
Country 192627r 1927-2 19c.8-29 1-929 l 1
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes B'xes
United States 39,229 31,94 54, 130 34,03I 54,59 49,734
Spain 32,890 35,755 35,280 45,200 37,683 37,000
Japan 10,010 11,240 11,440 10,407 12,977 -
Italy 9,622 7,284 7,058 9,208 8,502 6,700
iexico 3,152 3,180 3,187 3,490
Australia 1,878 ', 2,011 ;2,389 2,116 -
Algeria c/ 1,806 .1,900 :1,715' 2,078 2,072 1,700
Palestine .1,996 1,580 2,696 2,467 3,554
Union of S.Africa c/ 90 846 ;1,141 1,800 1,700 1,700
Brazil d//a/ 324 493 895 886 f/ 2,000 -
Uruguay 1,388 2,914 -
Greece d/ 812 662 629 530 757
Philippines 218 221 224 -
Tunis 36 35 22 88 158
Italian Agean Islands 41 44 3 --
Francoe .2. 3 23 2 21 .. 1 46
Comoiled' by Foreign Agridultural Sur'vice.
Production in Southern Hemisphere countries for calendar years compared with pre-
coding crop year for Northern Heiisphere, i;e,, South Africa -production in 1929 is
co:mpa*red with 1928-29 crop year of the Northern Hemisphere. The marketing season
for most Northern Hemisphere citrus products starts between September and rP=cembor,
while in the Southern Hemisphere the season usually. starts between iay and July.
"a/ncludes tangerines and mandarins, / preliminary'estimates. c/ 3ports;.pre-
dulction figures not available, d/ Baxea of 200 fruits, e Includoe in 1.?2r--29,
2,000 bo:.es of tangerines weighing 70 *doand:. each; in 1929-30,.9,300.boxes. Bra-
zilts production of oranges amounts to around. 7,500,000 boxes of 200 fruits a
year. f Exports of oranges only.

GRAPEFRUIT: Production in -orincipal countries, crop years,
.1926-27 to 1931-32
Cc-t ry 262 102-28'T Z18-29. .: 19 5-30 1933l 1931-3
1,000 ,000 000 1,000 000 1,000
Boxe's Boxes Boxes Boxes Boe. "Boxes
United States 5,s6E 8,5 6 12,-55 i,C95 I,--753co
Porto Rico b/ 692 892 215 1,037 521 -
Isle of Pines b 269 106 177 220 235
Jaii.ca / 78 .79 90 ,,.106 95
Phili-i:ine Islands 38'3: '379 394 -
South Africa b/ 37 2 60 101 14o -
Palestine 2 9 17 57. So/
Mex ico 48 49 4... 9.. -
C oppiled by Foreign Agricultural Service.
a/ Preliminary estimate. b/ Exports; production figures not available.







UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES JULY 1931 THROUGH DECEMBER 1931

Country to which exported: July : August : September: October:November: December
-B30 XE S-

Belgiuim 3150 2100 2 -
France 15448 6250 4 42
Germany 98802 15320. 31062 6
Norway 2452. -
Sweden 4710. 2 23 -
United. Kingdom 260606. 129063 79912 1575 5650
Canada 235899: 200304 165849 108852 157220 255687
British Honduras 11 4 0 0 1
Guatemala 75 1
Nicaragua 15 21 8 3
Panama 773 688. 387 374 396 376
Mexico 175 208 117 120 77 87
Newfoundland & Labrador 1923 984 928 852 849 1258
Bermudas 163 156. 248 160 56 111
British W. Indies 173 183 113 4o 28 48
Cuba 19 12 9 10 54 34
Dutch VT'est Indies 393 361 189 303 364 345
Virgin Is, of U,S. 1 6 7 23 67 51
Argentina 100
Colombia 45 35 30 10 8 10
Venezuela 124 88 45 38 58 47
British India 435 276 240 250 30 65
British Malaya 967 596 621 562 857 555
Ceylon 101 94 180 lo6 75 10
China 6087 3616 2807 1544 1429 1153
Java & 'iadura 103 26 51 42 27 75
Other Dutch E. Indies 10 10 20 40 10
French Indo China 30 100 30 95 40 15
Hong Kong 2109 1787 1396 714 1112 417
Japan 463 335 422 415 487 301
Kwantung 70 60 40 20 10 3
Philiyppine Islands 2973 2048 2584 3425 4420 3072
British Oceania 29 12 54 30 48 27
New Zealand 5 100 100 252 3657 117


Netherlands
Others


19345
20


12070
28


20


21


9


24


Totals 1931 657664 376937 287537 118288 173020 -270759

TOTALS 1930 144269 151682 116929 75177 157505 373042
TOTALS 1929 626635 604302 360326 382387 179099 304477
TOTALS 1928 174970 186320 145452 108126 209244 344935

Comroiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Comnerce.




68 -
UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS BY QrlU TIES JAN, 1932 THROUGH JUNE 1932


Country to which exported: January


Belgium
Denmark
France
Germany
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Portugal
United Kingdom
Canada
Honduras
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St.Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
British 77. Indies
Cuba -
Dominican Rep'ublic
Netherland ,. Indies
Virgin Is. of U.S.
French West Indies
Argentina
Colombia
Peru
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Java & Madura
Other Nether.E.Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
..Kwantung
. Philipp ine Islands
British Oceania
Newi Zealand
Finland
.Poland.i Danzig
Others


2


4
192999
1


293
96

622
103
102
20

384
81

50
10

15

530
10
882

55
25
515
288
S50
7106
21
795


4


: February : March : April : May
B 0X E S-


3
5

2


S '18
174624



295
105

575
156
187


95
147

6
6

6
25
346
43.
205

50

701
214
70
2878.
25
1386


801


4

1225
233716


128
144
.35
2363
2824
242
14

262
216
-

8
100
17
80
624
76
572
-
439

1480
245
.-41o
77589'
8
2175


1


3


500

36617
239548


722
124
7
1220
312
260
13

249
21


12
1
12
160
1048
61
2006

350

1930
284
250
3625
15
2495


1


3000


8578
101
3820
16800

86868
281035



591
120
48
1399
337
142
6

226
10
7

10
1
170o
255
1060
46
6737

230
100
314o
435
480
5313
14
260
2660
342
5


June


3000

10
7702
1
5075
6705

26437
224626
1

1
153
50
17
1580
384
525
1

387
1


4
4.
.24
245
1232
61
6486

.150
33"
3342
597
470
2916
8


.1026


'Totals- 1932 205063 182167 253367 29-16 424346 293298

TOTALS 1931 299021 330850 476723 579722 791269 487539
TOTALS 1930 191109 204363 205725 221287 215335 17911l
TOTALS 1929 302606 323245 536227 40287 75444 657079

Comriled from official records of the U.S, Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce,


-






69 -
UNITED STATES GRAPEFRUIT XPOrTS .,JBYC CQNTAIS_. J.JULY 1931 THROUGH DEC. 1931


Country to which exported: -uly :-


August: ..September: October:November:December
:-.B 0 :X E S -


Belgium :
Czechoslovakia ,
Denmark
France
Germany .
Irish Free State.
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden.
Switzerland
United Kingdom-
Canada
Guatemala
Panama
Mexico
Newfoundland :& Labrador
Bermudas
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Dutch West Indies
Virgin Is. of U.S.
Argentina
Chile
Colombia
Peru
Venezuela
British India
British 1,'alaya
Ceylon
China
Java & Madura
Other Dutch E. Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Philipp ine -I islands
Ailstralia -
British Oceahia
New Zealand
Kwa auntg .
Others
Torals '- 1931 ..


TOTALS -.1930:.-
TOTALS 1929
TOTALS '- q1928


:39158
80601
-. ..42447


Compiled from official records of


50
.. 550
-" 5897

4o00
1963
100 .

107323
26731 '

493
39
455
56
3
14
205
2

5


16
2 80
177
57
184
21
3

96
130
182

.10
115


*145548


3
70



283


33007
19622

189
15
326
47
3

232
24

10


83
235
233
54
97
7
2

54
66
202

2
135
65
12
55078


39
70


123
75


35110
7722
33
297
17
187 :
61
31

110
13


10
71
155
261
48
107
35

4
83
61
130

5
175
30
1
45065


516
312

55
125


19314
19214

116
8
191



219
23

35


73
6
211
29
147
3
7
7
37
68
350

7
178

2
41349


3
2
1088
824
1194

1
1217
933
48
61713
33469

173
12
163
11
II

167
11
S178


130
58
30
238
15
184
15
2
2
77
65
405
250
9
7721


103494


75
4
400
674
665
1
150
73
156
12
46507
31960

146
11
204
41
2

188
30
655
10


5
20
165

235
5

2
90
75
340
150

14o

26
89217


23269
26825
36723


42921
10822
10095

Bureau


55319
70070
27512


103703
" 65849
87849.


90905
66252
80002


the U. S.


of Foreign & Domestic Commverce.


--


--41E;


-1-






70 -
NITED STATES GRPEPL, uT lEPORTSl BY' C0 STRIS JAN. 1932 THiROUGH JUNi1932


Country to vihich exportec.i Jan a.ry:


February MMar
B O XE


June.


SI


Belgium. -
Denmark 136
France 1096
Germany 3 378
Netherlands 91
Norway- 20
Sweden 11
Switzerland
United Kingdom 29403
Canada 49071
Quatemala
Nicaragpa
Panama 111
Mexico 16
Miquelon & St.Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador 82
Bermudas 54
Brit, W. Indies 8
Netherland V. Indies 154
Virgin Is, of U.S. 13
Argentina
Chile
Colombia
Peru
Venezuela 21
British India 60
British Malaya 169
Ceylon- 5
China 119
Java & Madura
Other Nether. E. Tndies 18
Hong Kong 33
Japan 64
Kwantung
Philippine Islands 307
Australia
British Oceania 3
New Zealand 118
Others. 5
Totals 1932 81566

TOTALS 1931 il854
TOTALS 1930 .96955
TOTALS ,1929 84982

Corpiled from official records 'of


99
120
457
618
283
:. 44
C-
81153
"472.32


64
: 18

199

3
10
8

15


14

73
26
57


40
46
10
lo
75


S 187
S10
131567

89779
10 4890
117972


151334
99556
122717


309
S140
387
1737
S357
330
8

4994o
.?598


263
20

29
M145
21
28


10

20
.34
29
80
27
62

10
61
64

213
75

295
19
137581


166555
65196
106301


* 88
S62
1011
1594


,-

65346
52251


123
13

S293
151
31
133
Si
10

5
S 21
35
231
33
207


74
105
10
227


390
6
122913


165769
78145
119352


300

337
641
520
680


104171
42580


443
15

239
103
26.
131
2;




24
130
226
4o
303

21
.86g
180
4o
194

2
105

151539


178885
88831
104521.


the U.S. Bureau-of FTore ign


-

306
460

135


58902
0718


379,
8
1
228
108
14:
71




3
21
35
356
70
379


102
137

299

2
50
3
102787


& Domestic Commerce,.


V


r r ,


w - ,


---


1063-01







71-
TUITED STATES LEMON REPORTS BY COUNTRIES JULY 19I3 THROUGH DEC. 1931


Country to which exported: July : August:


September: October:
-BOXES-


November: December


United Kingdom
Canada
Honduras
Costa Rica
Panama
Mexico
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas -
British W. Indies
Ca.ba
Dutch West Indies
Venezuela
British India
British Mal.aya
China
Java & Madura
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
New Zealand
Others
TOTALS 192.


TOTALS 1930 12659 15384
TOTALS 1929 36999 -21352
TOTALS 19.2 13685 18464
Compiled froa official records of the U.S.


17298
8500
21622
Bureau of


19357
9748
24 115
Foreign &


26692 17652
6580 8876
g212q 28171
Domestic Commerce


25766
4

283
105
29
42
12
15
22
2
5
62
1094 .
32

257
2798
68
323
10
6
30935


S200
12468
4

279
156
5
37
13
10
26

Z 6

3
3
221
1524
142
310

4
1629~


5455
-3

157
76
6
62
8
12
22
4
6
21
331
7

163
193
3 .
291.


P573-


61a52
2

202
45
4
74
7
6
20
2
6
23
250

15
82
1542

485


8q17


34s65
6

'7
61
7
5
3
17
22


29
559
2
17
1.42
1765
155
S79
480


13156
7
5
9
3
29
3
29
3
38
42

5
7
4o6

2
70
1.545
50
415
380


_191Q 4.. .15988


----


-- -- orted: JulY '. kuulust:-


-----


30935


-I --- ----






72 -
UJITED STATES LEMON EORT TIS JBAI/3UNTRERY 1932 THP.OUTJGSI JT.N 1932


Country to which exported: .Jani:ary: February: March


: A-ril :


-BOX E S-


May : June


Denmark
No rway
United. Kingdom
Canada
Honduras
Costa Rica
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
British U. Indies
Cuba
Netherland W, Indies
Colombia
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Java & Madura
Other Nether. E. Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantimg
Philippine Islands
British Oceania
French Oceania
New Zealand


S14613
2
2


275
55

7
60
13
49
r3,



16

517

7
3
74
2435
125
510


19655
4


132
10


47
26
671
20



21

166



89
1323
50
456


27038
4



122
51

70
54
36
1021
21



30

445

3'

200
2062
275
756


23024
2



93
29

8
77
23
4
26



24

737



404
1580
138
565


4 532 525 565


Others 55
Totals 1932 19241T 23 32713 27354


TOTALS.- 1931
TOTALS 1930
TOTALS 1929


17521
1'1217
2_05_9


20181
13455
ci .3 )


22033
13-324
21880


34253
20400
28700Q


500
26752
2


319
47
2
2
20
10
200
17



12

1019
ioi9

10

4s9
2305
315
10o41


70

33133

32128
24642
38032


Comoiled from official records of the U.S. bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.


19751
4


126
15
-4
20
37
16
18
56

7

15
18
941



411
1255

309



6
23005

32487
14340
40326





S73 -
OEMN 'ON1E..1t:LIli.jOOL.G Al'lTRjS AUCTION


The Liverpool auction prices were included for the first time

in the 1930-31 Florida Citrus Summary. To furnish a basis of compar-

ison Liverpool price ranges cn Florida grapefruit during 1930-31 have

been included in the 1931-32 tlble, prices for a year ago include all

sizes and grades and in' some instances there is a very wide..range while

quotations for this season are only for the best stock ranging in size

from 801s to 1261s. In, comparing, Florida prices for 1931-32 with those

of 1930-31 it will be noted that -rices a year ago.were generally high-

or, During February -1932 sup-'lies were relatively light with good de-

mand and the market advanced sharply.. prices averaged considerably

higher than those of a year ago for a period of.aporoximately 6 weeks or

until the middle of March. During the latter part of March there were

much heavier supplies and prices declined. Beginning the first of April

prices advanced and at" to close of the season Florida grapefruit was

selling on the Liverpool auction at slightly higher prices than a year

ago ,

Porto Rico is Florida's principal competitor on the, foreign mar-

kets and 'although the prices for 'ooth Florida and Porto ,Rico fruit.

varied considerable, they were about on a par... t might be said that

Porto Rico is showing a marked improvement in the standardization of

pack and the quality of the fruit they are merchandising. With the

exception of Porto Rico, Florida prices generally ranged higher than

those of the other competing countries, namely, Jamaica, Palestine and

Jaffa.





Date Due

LIVERPOOL AUCTION PRICES'- GRBAPSYFITgi' 1931-32 SEASONN BY COUNTRIES

Compared. with price range all sizes Florida Grapefruit correrponding
auction 1930-31 season as cabled'by the fruit Specialist in Europe for the
Foreign Agricultural Service. Sizes quoted 1931-32 riaige from 0t s to 1261s,
generally good quality and condition unless otherwise stated.'


S 1931 1932 -
Date FLOIDA FLORIDt I PORTO RICO1 AACA


Oct. 21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1932


3.79-4.27

3.23-3.77
2.80-3.23
2.30-2.63
1.90-2.24
2.05-2.56
1.87-2.04

2.35-2.60
2.31-2.56
2.68-2.90
2.77-2.94
4.31-4.65

4.31-4.82

4.35-4.79
4.07-4,44
2,72-3.08
.3.28-3.64.
3.18-3.75
3.56-3.793 .
3.59-3.97
4.15-4.90
4.S4-4.94


4.15
3.80-3.8
3.65-3.94
3.70-3.93
3,96-4.06
3.41-3.77
Medium 2.38

2.24-2,58

2.42-2 268

2.14
2.39-2.56

3.12-3.29
4.31-4.65



4.09-4.70
4.07-4.16
3.36-4.08


3.79-4.08
3.97-4.45
4.34-4.53


3.36-3.56
2.93-3.27
3.19


3.05-3.23
2.38-2.76
2.22-2.42
1.94-2.24 2.41-2.76

1.95 2.21-2.46


5.11-5.23

3.41-4.14
3.41-3.65
3.10-4.01
3.16-4.01
2.86-3.41
3.o4-3.41
About 2.92



2.98-3.89
2.68-3,89
2.19-4.14
2.68-3.77
2.80-3.89
1.95-3.16
3.04-4.68
2.80-3.89

3.83-5.72
3.65-5.47
2.86-6.33,
4.87-5.72
2.92-5.35
3.16-4.99
3.41-4.38
4.44-4.74


2.01

2.51-2.77

4.14-4.48


4,52-5.05
-


- 3.50-3.69


3.02-3.70
3.05-3.19
3.03-3.41
.3.11-3.49
3.23-3.41'













3.65-4.18

2,81-3.17
3.09
-









2.1-3.56
3.04-3.32


1.97-2.05
2.34-2.60
-
4.o2-4.o1

4.52-4.96
3.22-3.92

2.72-3.44


Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27


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