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Official gazette - Dominica
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Dominica*


fficl al


Gazette.


ROSEAU, MONDAY, SEPT


Government Notices.

Administator's Gffice,
14th September, 1951.
IT is hereby notilel for general information that. a meeting of the Legislative Council of this Colony will be held at the Court House, Roseau. on Tuesday the 25th of September, 1951, at 10.30 a.m The Order of the Day for this mneetint" is published with this issue of the Official Gazette,
1157/51

Administratot 's Office,
15th September, 1951.
ORDER OF THE DAY
For a Meeting of the Legislative Council to be held at the Court House, Roseau, on Tuesday, the 2Eth (f September, 1951, at 10.30 a.m.
1. Prayer
2. Confirmation of Minutes
3. Papers to be laid :Statutory Rules and Orders Nos. 22,
30, 31 and 35 of 1951
Annual Accounts 1950.
Report on Social Welfare Department for 1950,
4. Notices including those of questions
to be asked.
5. Questions to be asked


6. Motions :(a) Official.
Resolution re Supplementary Votes 1951.
7. Bills :(1) An Ordinance to provide for the Notification of Accidents

X , 72 0acupational Disease.

71


EMBER 17, 1951. No. 43

(2) An Ordinance to confer powers.
and impose duties and restrictions, in relation to Gold, Currency, Payments, Securities.
Debts, and the Import. Export.
Transfer and Settlement of Property, and for purposes connected with the matters
aforesaid.
(3) An Ordinance to Repeal the
Alexandra Home Trustees (Extended Powers Ordinance, 1926.
(4) An Ordinance to amend the
title by Registration A c t (Amendment) Ordinance 1950.
(5) An Ordinance to amend the
Registration of Clubs Ordinance, 1949.
(6) An Ordinance to amend the
M o t o r Vehicles Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance,
1951.
(7) An Ordinance to control the
preparation for export of Cit us
Fruit and other Fruit.
(8) An Ordinance to consolidate
and amend the Law relating to the imposition of a ticket duty on Passenger Tickets in respect of passages to places
outside the Colony.
(9) An Ordinance to provide an
Abitiation Tribunal for the settlement of Disputes in Public Utility UIndertakingb and in Public Health, Hospital and
Sanitary set vices.
(10) An Ordinance to amend the
the Banana Ordinance.
8. Other Business.
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD.
Government Secretary.


VOL. LXXIV


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179 OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

Administrator's Office,
17th September, 1951
THE Minutes of a Meeting of the Finance Committee held on Wednesday, 13th December, 1950,is published with this issue of the Official Gazette for general information.
336/47.
Administrator's Office.
17th September, 1951.
THE undermentioned draft Bills which it is proposed to introduce in Legislative Council, are published for general information, with this issue of the Official gazette:An Ordinance to amend the Motor Vehicle
Insurance (Third-Party Risks) Ordinance, 1951.
465/48.
An Ordinance further to amend the
Banana Ordinance, 1951, 11/51.
Administrator's Office,
17th September, 1951.
THE following particulars relating to appointments, etc., in the public service are published for general information:MELLOW. Mr. PETER, Forest Gaurl, appointed to act Forest Ranger, Forest
Service.
1st July, 1951.
1338/47

Administrator's Office,
17th September, 1951. IT is notified, for general information, that the Statement of the Imports and Exports of this Colony for the year 1949 are published with this issue ef the Officia 1 Gazette.
By Order,
L. ACHILLE PINARD, Government Secretary.

N oT ICE.
(2nd PUBLICATION)
APPLICATION having been made by the persons named for the purchase of portions of Crown Land in the Parishes shown below, the said lands will be sold by Public Auction at the Forest Office,Roseau on 29th day of October, 1951, at and after
2.00 p.m.
Any person laying claim to, or wishing to bid for any of these said lands must give notice in writing to the Chief Forest Officer by the 8th day of October, 1951.
Diagrams of the said lands may be seen at the Forest Office, Roseau, between the hours of IC.00--1200 a.m. Parish of St. David.
Applicant: ZEPHERIN EMANUEL of
Riviere Cyrique for 8.4, Acres.
Land bounded as follows:North: Land of Peter Tom Cuffy
and Crown Land.


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951.

West: By Crown Land applied for by Stephen O'Brien. South: By Crown Land.
East: By land of Peter Tom Cuffy.
Applicant: STEPHEN O'BRIEN O f Morne Jaune for 13.47 Acres. Land bounded as follows:North: By Crown Land.
West: South:
East: By Crown Land and land applied for by Zepherin Emanuel and Chi istian Matthew. Appliceat: MAURICE ToUSSAINT of
Gland Fond for 12.05 Acres.
Land bounded as follows:
South: : By Crown Lands.
East: W est
North : By Osarra River.
Fatish of St. A7,drew
Applicant: OWE:T PEMBERTON RoYER
of Vieille Case for 10 7 Acres,
Land bounded as follows:East : ly the Hampstead River.
West : By Cro.vn Lands.
North
South:
Applicant : MARY NIXON of Calibishie
for 2.01 Acres. Land bounded as
follows :-West : fy Calibishie River.
South
North: By Harnpste d Gove;nment La, (is.
East : By Hampstead Government Lands.
Parish of St. Joseph.
Applicant . CLARENCE JOSEPH of
Layou Village for 4.50 Acres
Land bounded as follows:
North : By Crown Lands.
East
South:
West By John River and Lands applied for by Harris Julien.
Applicant: HARRIS JULIEN of Layou
Village for 4.06 Acres Land
bounded as follows:
North: By lands applied for by Alexander Daniel South: By lands applied for by Clarence Joseph. East : Ditto
West: By John River.
Applicant: RUFUS CASTOR of St.
Joseph for 6.1 Acres. Land
bounded as follows :All points except S. E. by Crown Lands.
South-East : By land of Humphries Joseph.
Applicant: ALEXANDER DANIEL of
St. Joseph 2 93 acres. Land
bounded as follows:-










:OFFICIAL GAZETTE, M4

North By Crown Lands.
East :
South: By lands applied for by
Harris Julien.
West By John River and Crown
Lands.
Applicant: HUGH SABLON of St.
Joseph for 10.37 acres. Land
bounded as follows :
North: By Crown Lands.
South East West
J. A. N. BURRA,
f,,,i Chief Foret Officer.
FORM "A"
APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION DOMINICA.
The Registration ,f United Kingdom Trade Marks Ordinance 1946.

RENAULT

Application is hereby made for the registrati-n in the Register of the United Kingdom Trade Mark No. 695493 in Class 12 (Schedule IV) registered on the 23rd January, 1951, and for t,e issue to re of a certificate of registration in the Colony of Dominica for the said Trade Mark.
Dated this 8th dy of August 1951.
G. A. JAMES
Agent.
To the Reistrar of Trade Marks, IOMINICA

AP PLIC ATIO N FOR REGISTRATION. DOMINICA.
The Rg stration of Ugited Kingdoin Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946. Application is hereby made for the Registration, in the Register. of the United Kingdom Trade Mark No 694823 registered on the 21st day of December
DISIIVIir (word)
1950, and for the issue to us of a Certificate of Registration in the Colony of Dominica for the said trade mark.
Dated the 3rd day of August, 1951.
DISTILLERi COMPANY (BIOCHEMICALS) LIMITED
By their Agent
W. F. HARRISON. To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.

APPLICATION FOR REISTRATION DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom Trade Marks Ordinance. 1946.

PERMUTIT

Application is hereby made for the Registration, in the Register, of the United


ONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951. 180

Kingdom Trade Mark No. 621385 registered on the 19th day of December, 1942, and for the issue to us of a Certificate of . gistration in the Colony of Dominica
... for the said trade mark.
Dated the 24th day of August, 1951.
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for Phe Permutit Company Limited.
To: The Registrar of Trade Marks, DOMINICA
1267/50

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946.

PERMUTIT

Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Regisfer. of the United Kingdom Trade Mark No 659006 registered on the 10th day of May, 1947.
and for the issue to us of a Certificate of Registration in the Colony of Dominica
for the said trade mark.
Dated the 14th day of August, 1951.
W. KI-ARIUSON
Agent for The Permutit Company LimitedTo: The Registrar of I'rade Marks, DOMINICA.
1267/50

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office, Dominica.
17th August, 1951,
CORNIN( GLASS WORKS of Walnut
Street, Corning, State of New York, United States of America, have applied for registration of one trade mark consisting of th.e following word


PYREX

in Class XV, that is to say, glass products
of all kinds
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect of the said goods for thirty-six years before the 21st day of June. 1951.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appe trance of this advertisement in the Dominica Official Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the Trade Marks Office, Domnica, of opposition to the registration of the said trade
mark.
T. A. BOYD
Registrar of Trade Marks. Agent:
Clifton Alexander Herriot Dupigny Esq
Roseau,
Dominica.
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DOMINICA.

Minutes of Meeting of Finance

Committee.
AT a meeting of the Finance Committee held at 10.45 a.m. on Wednesday, the 13th December, 1950, in the Administrator's Office.
Present :
His Honour E.P. ARROWSMITH, C.M.G., Administrator, (Chairman),
The Honourable C. A. HARNEY, Crown Attorney,
. . 11 W. H. SWEETING, Financial Secretary, ARTHUR PEMBERTON, Mrs. ELMA NAPIER, . , G. AUSTIN WINSTON, T. M. BERTRAND.
C.J.L. DUPIGNY,
. . J. 0. AIRD.
H. D. SHILLINGFORD, C.B E. Absent
The Honourable C. A. H. DUPIGNY,
Confirmation of Minutes.
The minutes of the meeting held on the 15th November, 1950, were read and confirmed.
Electric Light Plant.
His Honour informed members that the Electric Light plant for the Portsmouth Hospital was expected momently.
P. W. Boyd.
His Honour told members that Mr. P.W. Boyd who had failed his medical examination by a very close margin was highly recommended by the Director of Colonial Scholars to be allowed to continue for another year.
The Committee agreed that Mr. Boyd should be given another chance to sit the examination.
(Honourable C.A.H. Dupigny came in and took his seat.)
C. D. & W. Scholars.
The Committee agreed to adopt the revised rates of allowance for Colonial Development and Welfare Scholars at Oxford and Cambridge, for their own scholars, as outlined in the Secretary of State's Circular Savingram (2) of the 20th October, 1950.
Supplementary Votes.
The Committee approved of Supplementary Votes to meet expenditure under the following heads:-







Head
Governor
28 Subventions


E. 4 Agriculture VII (3) Island Scholarships XVI[. Miscellaneous E. 15 .Medical E. 5 Audit E. 15 Medical, Roseau
I-lospital E. 17 Pensions

Good


Sub-Head Amount
14. F. Travelling $396.00 Contribution to British Industries Fair, 1950 226.22 38. Running & Maintenance 768.00 3. Agricultural Scholarship 301.34 Expenses Banana Association Delegates to Jamaica 351.24 Allowance in lieu of
Quarters to Steward Roseau Hospital 40.00 Acting Allowance to Examiner of Accounts 176.00


58. Provisions 71. Cost of Living Allowance Cost of Living Allowance to Pensioners
will Prison Farm.


1,100.00
11.00

561.60


His Honour read a minute from the Acting Agricultural Superintendent stating the progress made with the Goodwill Prison Farm.
Agricultural Scholarship.
The Committee concurred with the view of the governing body of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture that students should reside at the college, and as a result agreed that provision should be made to bring the students' resources up to the minimum of $1,236 for each nine-month session.
It was also agreed that a further sum of $384 per Long Vacation should be provided for the first and second academic years when students are to remain in residence for these periods.
Coastal Service.
The Committee considered a letter from Mr. W. H. Peter, submitting proposals for a loan from Government to purchase a motor vessel to provide a suitable all-round Coastal Service for the island.
The Committee did not approve of a loan by Government on the proposals put forward by Mr. Peter.
Mr. Winston asked that Government make enquiries for a suitable craft of the size of the Yare (200 tons).
Caribbean Commissieners' Conference.
His Honour read a letter from the Colony Commissioner of the British Guiana Boy Scouts Association to the Island Commissioner here in connection with a Caribbean Commissioners' Conference and suggested that Government might give some financial assistance to the Association here, as was the practice in the other Colonies.
The Committee asked for further particulars with regard to the cost of the Conference, which His Honour promised to obtain






Estimate for Giraudel Road.
The Director of Works who was called to the meeting explained various points on the Giraudel Estimates as they arose.
The Committee approved of the Estimates for the construction of the Giraudel Road, and the submission of an application for the necessary funds.
Miss Philomene Guiste.
Mr. Winston informed His Honour that the services of Miss Philomene Guiste had been dispensed with, after 30 years of faithful service as a sewing teacher at the La Plaine and Boetica Schools. He said that she was not entitled to a pension and asked for a compassionate allowance for her.
His Honour promised to go into the matter.
Cash Balance Portsmouth Sub-Treasury.
Mr. Bertrand asked that the cash balance allowed the District Officer Northern District be increased as the present limit allowed was causing great inconvenience to the people of that district.
His Honour promised to look into the matter.
Adjournment.
The Committee then adjourned, sine die.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of Council.
Confirmed this 17th day of January, 1951.
E. P. ARROWSMITH.
Administrator.









1951 MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE ORD




DOMINICA

ORDINANCE NO. OF 1951.
I assent
...... .... .. . .., .,, .....o , ... ,
, 1951 Governor. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD PARTY RISKS)
ORDINANCE, 1951.

(Gazetted , 1951)

Be it enacted by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as follows :1.. This Ordinance may be cited as the
MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD Short Title.
PARTY RISKS) (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1951.
and shall be read as one with the MotorVehicles Insurance (Third Party Risks) Ordinance, 1950 (hereinafter referred to as the Principal Ordinance) Ord. No. 7 of
2. The long title of the Principal Ordinance shall 195o. have effect as if after the words "Motor Vehicles" there were added the words "on public roads". Amendment
3. Paragraphs (a) and (b) of section two of the of Ord. No 7 Of 1950 long
Principal Ordinance are hereby repealed and in place title. thereof the following paragraDh shall have effect - Amendment
(a) An Assurance Company or Underwriter of Section 2 ef principal
approved by the Governor. ord.
4. Paragraph (c) of section two of the Principal Ordinance shall be read as paragraph (b).
b. For the definition of "Motor Vehicle" in section
two of the principal Ordinance the following shall be Amendment of definition
substituted - of "Motor
"Motor Vehicle" means a mechanically pro- Vehicle."
pelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on
roads".









1951 MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE ORD



Amendment 6. In subsection (4) of section four of the Princiof Section 4 pal Ordinance, the words "in duplicate" occurring in of principal
ord. the fifth line thereof shall be omitted. Amendment 7. In subsection (3) of section eight of the Princiof Section 8 pal Ordinance between the words "a" and "road" of principal occurring in the second line thereof, there shall be o-d. inserted the word "public".
8. In subsection (4) of section eight of the Principal Ordinance the word "'security" occurring in the third line shall be deleted and in place thereof the word
"insurance" shall have effect.
Additional 9. The following section shall be inserted at the of new see- end of subsection (6) of section ten of the Principal tion to prin- Ordinance
cipal ord. 10A. Where a certificate of insurance has been Avoidance issued under subsection (4) of section four of the prinof restrictions poll- cipal Ordinance to the person by whom a policy has cies cover- been effected, so much of the policy as purports to resing third trict the insurance of the persons insured thereby by party risks, reference to any of the following matters
(a) the age or physical or mental condition of persons driving the vehicle ; or
(b) the condition of the vehicle ; or
(c) the number of persons that the vehicle carries ; or
(d) the weight or physical characteristics for the goods that the vehicle carries; or
(e) the times at which or the areas within which the vehicle is used ; or
(f) the horse power or value of the vehicle ; or
(g) the carrying on the vehicle of any particu.
lar apparatus ; or
(h) the carrying on the vehicle of any particular means of identification other than any means of identification required to be carried by or under the Principal Ordinance; shall, as respects such liabilities as are required. to be covered by a policy under paragraph (b) of subsection (1) of section four of the Principal Ordinance, be of no
effect.
Provided that nothing in this section shall require an insurer to pay any sum in respect of the liability of any person otherwise than in or towards the discharge of that liability, and any sum paid by an insurer in or towards the discharge of any liability of any person which is covered by the policy by virtue









1951 MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE ORD



only of this section shall be recoverable by the insurer from that person.
Passed this day of , 51

465/48. Clerk of the Legislaoive Council
OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this Bill is to give effect to certain suggestion of Accident Offices Association (Overseas) transmitted by the Secretary of State in No 65 Saving of 23rd September, 1950.
C. ADDISON HARNEY,
Crown Attorney.









1951 BANANA (AMENDMENT) ORD




DOMINICA
ORDINANCE NO. OF 1951.

I assent
..o........o... .... o..o.....�,�..
,1951 Governor. AN ORDINANCE FURTHER TO AMEND THE
BANANA ORDINANCE, 1934.

(Gazetted , 1951.)
Be it enacted by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council of Dominica as follows
This Ordinance may be cited as the
BANANA (AMENDMENT) @RDINANCE, Short title
1951,
and shall be read as one with the Banana Ordinance, Dca 2 193t 1934, as amended, (hereinafter referred to as the princi- D, 2/1938 pal Ordinance). 10/1942 ,. 15 194.7
,, 6/1950
2. In section 2 of the principal Ordinance after the Amendment definition of the term - Count Bunch" occurring there- of section 2 in, there shall be inserted the following definition of of principal the term "Manufactured Product" - Ordinance
"Manufactured Product" in relation to this
Ordinance means any product obtained by any means whatsoever of which bananas are used either wholly or partially, and whether manufactured or in the process of manufacture ; and includes any jam, preserve or canned product in which bananas are used as an ingredient whether substantially or not.
3. Subsection (1) of section 3 of the principal Substitution Ordinance is hereby repealed and the following substi- Section 3(1) tuted therefor - of principal Ordinance
3 (1) There is hereby formed under the provi. Creation &
sions of this Ordinance a body corporate Constitution
hereafter to be called the " Dominica of Banana Banana Association" which body corpor. Association









BANANA (AMENDMENT)


rate shall, as such, be entitled to make contracts and to sue and to be sued in its name ; to acquire, hold and dispose of all kinds of property, real and personal ; and, in particular shall be invested with authority in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance to market and control all bananas produced in the Colony and intended to be exported therefrom, and in addition to control all bananas not intended for export but intended to be used either wholly or partially as an ingredient in any manufactured product. Amendment 4. Subsections (1) and (2) of section 23 of the of subsec- principal Ordinance as amended, are hereby further tions 23 (I) amended by substituting therefor the following & (2) of
prin. Ord. 23 (1) All bananas grown in the Colony Control of
banana in- and intended to be exported therefrom, or tended for intended to be used either wholly or parexport or
manufacture tially as an ingredient in any manufactured product shall be delivered to the Association at such place in Roseau or elsewhere in the island as shall, from time to time, be determined by the Board, and no bananas shall be exported from the Colony, or bought for the purpose of being used in or for any manufactured product except by the Association or such person or persons authorised by them under licence. Such licence shall be revocable at the absolute discretion of the Board.
(2) Any person exporting bananas from the Colony, or buying bananas in contravention of the preceding subsection shall be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred and forty dollars or to imprisonment with or without hard labour, for a term not exceeding six months, or to both such fine and imprisonment.


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1951 BANANA (AMENDMENT) ORD



5. Section 30 of the principal Ordinance is hereby Insertion of amended by the insertion of a new subsection after sub- new subsettion in sec.
section (2) thereof- " tion 30 of prin. Orad.
(3) The Association may, with the consent of the Governor in Council advance money to producers on such terms as the Board may think fit subject to the approval
of the Governor in Council.
Passed this day of , 1951.

Clerk of the Legislative Council.

OBJECTS AND REASONS.
The object of this Bill is to give the Dominica Banana Association power to control al banana grown in the Colony whether intended for export or to be used as an ingredient in any manufactured product.
2. The present law empowers the Association to control bananas only intended for export.
3. Power is also given to the Association to advance money to producers with the consent of the Governor in Council.
E. L. ST. BERNARD, Ag. Crown Attorney








DOMINICA,-Statement of the Imports and Exports of the Colony in the year 1949.

IMPORTS.


ARTICLES. United Kingdom.

CLASS 1. Quantity. Va- eQ FOOD, DRINK & TOBACCO $ Aerated & Mineral Waters
doz. pints 36 127


Animals & Birds:-
Cattle No.
Goats
Poultry & Game
Sheep Swine
Land Turtles
Animal Foods lbs. Beer & Ale Stout & Porter:
Beer & Ale gals
Stout & Porter
Biscuits, Bread & Cakes:
Unsweetened in BrIs. lbs
Unsweetened in Tins
Other Kinds
Butter & Butter Substitutes
Butter lbs.'
Butter Substitutes
Cheese
Cider & Perry gais. Cocoa: Prepared lbs. Coffee: Prepared
Raw
Confectionery val. Fish:
Canned lbs.
Dried & Salted
Pickled: Herrings
M ackerel
Salmon & Trout
Other Kinds Fruits & Nuts:
Fruit: Fresh: Apples. val.
do Other
Dried
Nuts: Peanuts
Other
Fruit Juices:
Raw Lime Juice gals Grain, Flour Pulse & Preps:
Grain: Corn lbs
Barley
Oats Rice
Flour & Meal:
Flour Bags of 98 lbs.
Cornmeal
Other Kinds lbs. Pulse: Beans & Peas Farinaceous Prep:
Cornflour
Macaroni & Vermicelli
Oatmeal
Other Kinds
Jams, Jellies & Preserved
Fruits:
Jams & Jellies lbs.
Canned & Bottled Fruits,, Other Kinds lbs. Lard & Lad Substitutes Meats: Pickled or Salted:
Beef Pork
Canned
Smoked or Cured: Bacon,,
Ham
Other Kinds Other Kinds
including Extracts


TOTAL Carried forward ...


1,986 2,321


773 5,207




36 1,314 128



193 500


4,326 5,947


593
.3,420




127 704 216 7,214 109 150



950






















108 96


24 101 235



156




546 I


16
1,566

120

1,600 89,600 1,652 1,479 565
786


13
476

51

476 19,423 1,266 1,273
509
709


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125,149


313,609


British North
America.

Quantity Value
$





324



84,105 6,021

1,228 2,201
36 72


12,870 5,082 90 66


96 48
1,308 932

200 194


2,36;

12,789 6,489 124,544 24,139 73,600 8,817 14,600 2,141
2,000 008 57,548 10,023

438
15
830 339 210 161
18 24




2,794 284 27,372 1,380


25,714 205,767
803 5,790

1,282 222


13,722 2,691 1,071 293
7,265 2,486


618
15









3













27,213 2,520

10 2,245


233
3









24













10,356



1,134

6


652


3 978


15 1' 147


206 27


.-1-


40,883 5,333


2,758 1,182


73,183 6,5 24 114,696







168 4,144 870 128


'173










783 284


17,5


3 6
1,514
128



13,012 126,044 73,600 14,000 2,000 62,996



4,209 1,4:47 18

73,183


2,794
309 33,896 6,717 114,696

25,717
803


9,769 2,395 3,000 838 12.709 5,677
388 241 3,65T 2,211 7,011 4,923





54,968


2,260


13,890 1,431 11,795


88
2,653 128 27,873

11,360 92,600 17.151


1-27
898 216

9,972

6,603 24,289 8 817 2,141 608 10,976

438
28
1,356
453
24

17,539


284 1,68.9 6,717

205.7921 5,790

369


2,722
401 3,2031


37
798 43
10,642

2,871
20,261 823


1,867 1,514 4,247 2,747 7,797 5,632

2,419 1,198



439,942


772











236

36,314




252 920 834


278











1,663 6,296 142 262 647


11,622


Barbados. Leeward Islands. Other British Total British United States Franc Possessioa Empire. of America. Possess Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity. Valv Quantity Value Quantity Value Quan- i
$ $ $ $ tity

363 203 2,,37 4,697 9 4 2,945 5,031 15

1 285 1 481 2.) 2 1133-5,
9 22 9 22 0

48.228 1,077 4,680 95 137,013 7,193 200 27 3,214 6527 1 ,1573 2,3 02 401 73 89 2 4 2,432 6,112 10497 1,825 1,295 382 11.792 2,207 302 31 1,953 1,068 15,898 8,774
780 480 6,077 3,966 5

5 1 7,800 5,550 7805 5.551 66,530 1 25,123 9 7 60,635 25,178 5,457 2,901 6,765.7 3 833 124


154 3,751


419 892





-1,048


141







































2.211 381


e & Other Foreign ions. Countries. Value Quan- Value
tity $

40









738 478 1,1421 4 261


36


154 141 ;5 10







782 282 355 60







80 3 2 15 236 1,663 ,664 6.334




252 142


990





4,727 449 892


4,687


TOTAL, IMPORTS. Quantity Value
$

2,960 5.071


Total Foreign Countries. Quan- Value tity $ 15 q








200 27 2.4A58 4,182 4 26



5



124. 85


88
267 3,643 128
27,873

11,360 92,600 2,905 21,878
1,867
381 4.696 786 8,689

2,419


17,357


457,299


2


765


137,213

5,672 2,436

11,792 15,898 6,082

7,805 6G,035 C),889
36
1,514
128



1:3,166 125, 119 73 600 14,600 2 000 62,996



4, 91 1,792 18

73,183


",794
33,896 114,7-76

25.719 1,039
:38 924


13,890 1,431 12,017


7,220

10.709 6,138

2,207
6,774 3,971

5,551 25,178 3,918
127 898 216

9,975

6,744 24,299 8.817
2,11
608 10,976

-138
28
1,633 513
24

17,559


284
1,689 6,720

205 807 7,453

6,703


2,722 401 3,315


37
1,065 43
10,642

2,871 20,261
11.138 1,514 3,128 6,418

1,198


i-i-I


I-


.1.











IMPORTS.


ARTICLES. United Kingdom.

Quantity Value
$
TOTAL Brought forward... "25,149


Milk: Condensed lbs.1
Other Kinds
Oils Edible gals.. Pickles, Condiments &
Sauces val. Salt: Coarse brls '
-Fine lbs Spirits, Bitters & Falernum:!
Bitters gals.
Spirits: Brandy
Cordials & Liqueurs ,. Gin
Rum
Whisky , Falernum
Sugar: Refined lbs.
Unrefined Tea
Tobacco & Snuff:
Manaf.: Cigarettes
Cigars Other
Unmanufactured Vegetables: Canned
Fresh
Onions& Garlic Potatoes
Vinegar gal Wines:
Claret
Medicated Sparkling
Still: in bottles
,, wood
Vermouth
Miscellaneous val


TOTAL CLASS I.

CLASS II.

RAW MATERIAL
Coal'Cokea&Patent Fuel val. Cotton, Raw Grease
Gums: All Kinds Plants, Seeds & Bulbs Resin, Tar & Pitch Stones Undressed Wood & Timber Unmanuf: Pitch Pine ft. Spruce & White Pine ft. Shingles M.

CLASS I1.

ARTICLES WHOLLY OR MAINLY MANUF.

Apparel:
Shirts doz.
Vests & Bloomers
Other Kinds val. Arms, Ammunitions &
Explosives
Bags & Sacks (empty) Bags (Travelling)
Trunks &c.



TOTAL Carried forward ...


6 7
1,358
18
443



578

12,791

175


10

551





99 81 7,541 64 3,786



602 24,646

502

85

3 3
162

74 260 297 268 148 4,164 68,495


British North Barbados. Leeward Islands. Other British AmeriCa. Peoseamin

Quantity Value (tuantity Value Quantity Value fQtomt~i Value

313,609 40,883 15,333 54,968

4,158 1.175 - 9,55 2,480 19.994 112,488 1 1,702 3,129 29,861 .5,634

1,702 14I i1 3 1,574 X,756


1,400


30 281



1,410 170 6,069 1,185 46,454 71,192
29



14


697



35,057








41 1,345 25

1,733

376 737


65


138 2,411



1,440 239


5,283 286 3,661 4,283 66



197



6,507

353,556


9,079


4201

20




31,


1 1


514

2.


2,@98,577


-


2,069 1.8

150,012
288


456 249,390


12 126


1,055,455 64,152


2 5 1 4




203

72,580





859 100


358 133



503 961


283
I.


159 249



150 96I 52 634


108 57.4 743 1,86][ 2A 74 862

65,859






$25 11.7


20







97#
400


22 431


12,537 1,488 3.132


826




1,188 991 17,727


Total Iribish


Total British
Empire.

e quantity }Value

439,942

13.753 3 655 31,696 !15,617 29,562 55,44

2.364
1,575 2,759 1,400 65


46

6 7
1.388
532 736
2

3,154,032
2,488

13,094

175
,069
,2,053

47,628 74,252
95

3 1 24 14 164 842 58


3,106 35,057


United States France & Other Foreign1 of Ameriea. Possessions. Countries.


Quantity Value Quan- ValueQuan- Value
$ tity tity $
11,622 1,048 4.687

5,263 1,308
398 100
200 1,664 60 425


459

10,485 1,030 11.886 9,156


683


5 647 135 :3,51 I


110















785

10

152 47 33
177
200 148


457

99 8 5
7,679 2.133 (,323 15

214,1 .4 2 495

25,134

502 5,283 521

3,781 4 287 282

713 267 197 871 2.129
222 12,192

809. 8801





859 626 754
122 737



9 ,797


2,570


388 107 52


2M 431


I F F



1,03c 14,302 272 3,014 401 1,499 481 2.,225 5,151 581

516 1,481
1,541 26,189 1,054 3


36,607 53,349


886 258
S













177

13

292 286 378 1,108
461 955
217

7,751


66 34




25 ]






1,061 6,565 14,127 1,358 1,628 87



37 174 30 296 28 222 1 t 66
350

:6,633 1


Total Foreign TOTAL IMPORTS. Countries.

Quan- Value, Quantity Valu tity $ ' $ 17,357 45.7,2

a 263 1,308 19 016 4.9 398 100 32,0,94 15,7 260 2,089 30.122 57,7

2,36


I1,446 1,030

26,798 10,784
10


1,3,w6 401 353
1


68


12,2113

5,04 62
I


1,400

16

1114 40 1,455 532 736


1 3,154^.57
2,488

i6 13,553

175
2 17,535 M5 3,083

6 74,426 85 0:36 3 105


152 294 463 84 46 ) 08 63 674 77 205 1,330 369 200 461 1,042 15%) 1,021 217
978

46,931






2,570 388 5.676
107

52


e 99

6:3 17

3 64 159 65


457
1,485
486
8,032
2,134 6,323
18

214,165 2,495

25,820

502 1.7,495 656

8,827 4.912 295

1,707
727
873 2,201 2,590 1,243 13,170

856,811





8,59
1.014 861 122 78~9


80,5489 19,112 80,518 19, I2 35,057 9,079
20 4:31







34 253 306 3,207 1,346 17,569
481 2.225 882 3,720
43( 1.017 6,168

1,481 1.997 5F26.194 F 73

1,054



634 53,843 90,510


I , � ,


-1 m ow


22,547


Z.J


80,i48 119,112 1


Q'I 4 Q i I a









IMPORTS.


ARTICLES. United Kingdom.

Quantity. Value
CLASS III (continued) $ TOTAL Brought forward.. 6,151


Baskets: All Kinds Blacking & Polishes Blue
Books Printed Boots, Shoes & Slippers prs. Bricks & Tiles val., Brooms & Brushes Buckets, Pails & Tubs Candles: Tallow lbs
Other Kinds
Carpets & Rugs val Carriages Carts & Waggons:
Bicycles & Tricycles No
Motor Cycles
Motor Cars
Motor Lorries
Motor Pai ts (Car) val.
Other Kinds & Parts
Tyres & Tubes
Cement lbs. Chalk & Whiting ,, Chemicals & Insecticides val Chinaware & Porcelainware
Earthenware & Pottery Cinematograph Films ft Clocks & Parts val Cordage & Twine Cork Manufuctures , CO 2 Gas
Cotton Manufactures:
Cotton Piece Goods yds.
Artificial Silk Piece
Goods
Other Kinds val. Cutlery
Electrical Supplies
Radis No.
Radio Parts val. Enamelware Games Requisites Glass & Glasware Haberdashery & Millinery,, Hardware Hats. Caps & Bonnets Hemp, Tow & Manufs.
Oakum ,,
Hosiery:
Cotton & Art. Silk
Silk
Other Kinds
Implements & Tools India Rubber & Gutta
Percha Manufactures Jewellery
Lamps, Lanterns &
Accessories Leather Manufactures Dinen & Linen Manufactnres
Machinery: Accessories
Agricultural
Electrical Printing
Sewing
Water & Sewerage
Other Kinds




TOTAL Carried forward...


18,169




2.100


65 14 16
9



973,302 4,928


1


2.234


1,421 364 35,710

1,268 1,278

861 '54

3,086
7,980 26,269 17,373 5,342
640 18,492 11,831
252 3,678

578 1,956

48
3,641


235


6,154 43,662

3,052 10,475
13,247

6,184
60 3,469
1,317 3,671
630
2,089 1,953 20,999 2,248

574

805

384
10,149
24 4

1,182


'776
*357
329 372

387
85,396


British North
America.


Quantity








10,462















900










97,524

3,567


362,2021


Value
$

10,610


167 39 18,929

175








2,824
313 30
540

62
467





2,590
343


35,244 2,843 1,237
3
2,001


625 1,391
923 9,839
384



243 51 45

520


519









7,097


Barbados.

Quantity Value
$


99




















2,302





24 1


191 727
99 37



5





344
13



617


30 12 63



16


14,148

128 30 19 48 41
558 143 1,623
39 20




44

4


9 4








7,481


100,054 27,698


162,526




3


6O
1,907

10



2 8

1


27 17 41 78 3






100















182




6,468


2T9

17 1,075,916 19,122


10,782


1,240
4,629









68 129 2,005 737



132 50




168 169



40,640 104 3,666


71,009


Total British Empire.


Other British Leeward Islands. Posselion

Quantity Value Quantity -Value


1 ,



44, .1
2 4 9,194 8,742 426
65 18
6 1


9,975 3,659 12

2. 60 4 170

1 1,920 21 2880
2 6201
148
6 138


Quantity







37,926 12075


71 14 19 12



973,302 5,828 1,240,744





184,487 16,619



61


4,997 329
372 259 387 103,822




!567,431


United States of America.


Quantity Value
$

53,149


:36,667

13
2.592 1,422 1.265 63,484
426 1,563 1,284

4,520 71
3,316 7,980 31,069 20,817 6,147
827 19,032 11,831
314 5,041

585 2,063 21,041
48
6,304 578
1,240

83,553

13,318
28,640
780
8,314 3,499

1,336
4,371
671 4,123 3,189 34,544 3,411

594

1,180


435 10,388
548
4

1,878
173

776


433


2,329




1 1



200











276,076 48,517



2


3



4,567 1,489


11243
- 1225,0,


913 10


130

819 3,741 1,035 138 13

3,209

91







91,583

2,8853 2,824

2,464
100 707 374

4,225
465 5,413
2



460


4,411


190 100


25


5



15



10

22 118

2




1,245 317 4,344 661 15 13

23

1
59 415 61






















2,622



5,076


2,329
25 5 I

1



200











277,321. 53,751



16


l Foreign entries. D- Value


5 $
153,84:3


France & Other Foreign Tota Possessions. Countries. Col Quan- Value Quan- ValueI Quan tity I, ti ty $ tity 253 441.



6

1 1 27 4
475 12


TOTAL IMPORTS.


Q.a


6
285 97'I 487


913

10 190 130 819 3,756 1,0:35 238
13 3,219

113
118

920




92,827 1

31,794 3,509
182 2,633
809 707 397 5,681
881 7,54:3
946



460,!


5,235


antity








38,367



2,329 12,100



15)
19 '13


1,640
435 15,623


807 2,;83 3 176

776
4,567 9.564 1,489 ],818 372
259
:87
274 14,139 17,961




11,570 241,7551 809,186


1,244

2,624
24 182 169 64



1,455 357 1,715 883






824


97,3,502 5,828 1 240,744





461,808 70,370


-1 - 1


I -


- . ...41


I II I '


Value
$

90,510

13
2.602 1.428 1 .5 5
64,455
913
1 563 1,284
91 3
4,525
81

3,506 8,110 31,069 21,636 9,90.3 1,862
19,270 11,844 314 8,26:0

698 2,181. 21,041
968 6,304 5 78
1,240

176,380

45,112 32,149
962 1.0,947 4,308 2,043 4,768 671 9,804 4,070 42,087 4,357

594


I










IMPORTS.


ARTICLES.



CLASS III continuede)

TOTAL Brought for ward...

Manures tons! Matches grois Medicines & Drugs val Metal Manufactures:
Iron & Steel
Other
Musical Instruments
Do do Accessories
Oils: Fuel & Gas gals.
Gasolene Kerosene
Lubricating
Medicinal
Paint
Road, Asphalt
Other
Oilcloth & Linoleum val. Packages, M.T. No I Painters Colours & Materials! Paints,Colours & Putty Ibs. Turpentine & Substitutes gals.
Varnish ,, Furniture Polish val, Paper Manufactures: Playing Cards Packs. Other val. Perfumery & Toilet Preps Pictures
Plate & Plated Ware Saddlery & Harness Ships.Boats & Launches No. Silk & Silk Manufatures val. Soap: Common lbs.
Fancy
Spirits: Alcohol gals.
Medicinal val.
Methylated Stationery : Govt
Other
Stones: Dressed (Tombstones)
Toys & Games Umbrellas Watches & Parts Wax
Wood & Timber: Manufactured
Wool & Woolen Manufactures
Miscellaneous

CLASS IV.

ANIMALS NOT FOR FOOD

Animals: Asses No
Dogs
Horses
Other Kinds'

CLASS V.


Parcels Post val. Specie

TOTAL CLASSES II, 111, IV & V.



GRAND TOTAL ...


1.733
183






54,286

7 56









1

13,325 9,415
375


8,621





3,098 1,549



1,750


14,929

50
248



4,741 2,722

1,493
200 2,810

3,549 4,777
102
280 56
4,185 8,714

83
1,949 1,171


8,125 17,008
47,683






50


89,378 630,370 6 98,8651


I0
3,348

719 566


8
188 3,695

17 532 9,709

3,266

20 1.090



6,308 978


3,653 I

4"1




2,695

1
21,404


-I


~Other ISritish Barbados. Leeward Islands. Ote s

Quantity Value Quantity I Value Quantity Value
$ $ .

27,698 6,468 W,009

216 7,506
10' 12 4,468 5,19]
4.666 o 1,018

1,629 45
25
50
3
29,304 8,872
101,540 23,275
10 8 1 74965 8,088 1 4 2,012 2,380
11 90 6 73

40,043 9,665

6


163,015
601


885
79 82
305 327







95

328 2,238






20





2,147



66,775


316,165


l0


o00 204





2

344 542


3,564 16 279 4 1,020


797



20,778


93,358


4 1,472


1,906 83


23,191






15





4,891 170,716


13 7
2'36,5751


Total British
Empire.

Quantity Value


567,431

663 52,233
4,483 5.213
22,319

27,953 9,212,
50
3
29,304 8.872
101,540 23,275 74,978 18,097 3,747 5,490
219 "1,900
1,415 3,695 40,043 9,665
1 17
2,288
113,946 9,709

63,930 18,517

17 70
348 1,33 8


1
177,5q0 11,683
976






















16 3 4


11,526 4,170

1,493 295 2,810

29,018
5,461
987 359
138 4,658 12,696

427 1,953 3,077



11,540

17,337 98,080


279
85 1,020


107,455


United Sta of Ameri Quantity v


22

18 .



I


1,851
33


567 112 327 123 49











990
54


,tes France & Other Foreign ca. Possessions. Countries. Value Quan- Value Quan- Value $ tity I " tity $ 25,109 5,076 11,570 1,691 .3 778 20 3,759 2,341 56 8 7.124 1,310 9,007


146


2,573 300


418 1,900 62 t 100 198 138



-2
1,368
5




130
59




136


283

114 6,510 47,302


41,837






200





24,994


1102911 365,766 1912091 388,313


2,944
9





















744


1,180













191 12,290



2@,041


130
18 10










6,797

20











1 4


10


1,325













2,928 35,587



52,220


Total Foreign Countries. Quan- Value, tity $ 241.755

41 6,298

2A05
i17,411
167 146


138 1,851
34


567 112 327 123 49











990
54
























2


132 2.573 318


418 1,910 621

100 198
138.


9,743

1,377 25




130 59



1.37



287

114 6,510 48,056


44,342






200





28,113



413,6431


460,574


TOTAL IMPORTS.
Qiantity Value


809,186


704 8,461
4,483 5,2113
24 724

45,394 9,379
196
3
29,304 8.872 101,540 23,275 75,116 18 229 5,598 8,063
253 2,218
1,415 3,695
40 043 9,665
568 435
4,198
"113,358 10,330

64,257 18,617

140 269 197 1,476

2126


178,580 11,737
976


21,;269)
5,547

25
1,493
295
2,810

29,148 5,520
987
359 138
4,658 12,833

427
2,240 3.077
114
(,510

5'9,5q6

17,337 142,422





279 285
1,020




135,568



1,515,854


2,372,665


I


1,0









EXPORTS.


ARTICLES. United Kingdom.

Quantity Value


GLASS I.


Food, Drink & Tobacco. Cocoa, Raw lbs.
Do, Prepared ,, Coffee, Raw Fruits & Nuts: Fresh: Avocado Pears T/crates Bananas bunches
Coconuts No. Grapefruits C/crates Lemons
Limes, Green bris. Mangoes C/crates Oranges brls.I Do. C/cratesl Others val. Fruit & Nuts:
Preserved:
Pickled: Limes brls.
Tamarinds
Other val. Fruit Juice: Grapefruit Juice gals.f Lime Juice, Con.
Do. , Raw
Spices: Ginger lbs.
Vanilla
Spirits: Rum gals Tobacco & Snuff: Manufactured: Cigars lbs.'
Cigarettes Unmanufact'ed: Black Leaf
Miscellaneous val.


TOTAL CLASS I


CLASSES II, III & IV.

Copra lbs. Oils Essential: In soln. in L.Juice: exported
Wood & Timber:
Unmanufactured:
Firewood cords" Hardwood ft. Other Kinds val. Bay Rum gals. Canoes No. Canoe Shells Oil Essential:
Bay Oil lbs Grapefruit Oil Lime 041, Distilled Do. , Ecuelled Orange Oil Miscellaneous val.


TOTAL EXPORTS II, III & IV.


TOTAL DOMESTIC EXPOFTS. TOTAL RE-EXPORTS ..I


10 10



110,149 2,005 916

17 5,558







33,279 264,890

234



33


8,505


2 1



132,036 1,974 3,693 49

14,973





69,563 25,421 172,574

669
1 94



45,280 466,330


7,086 6,909 1,850 9,511 554 4,838 238


121,496 1487,826

691


British North
America.

Quantity Value
1$


25


343 2,181
6

195







37 20,402 1,675



1!


100 2,096


18


329 10,765
6

486





8 29 10,318 4,032


26,2


Barbados. Leeward Islands. Quantity Value Quantity Value
$ $


16,554
26


9 758
828 97,680 4,313
5
702 4,181 2.064 1,399


1,775
928


3,486
8


8,277
704 3.417 9,397
33
4,134 10,045 15,880 4,822 2.573



250 5,779


974 74
4


I 0.


17 6,265 )243 76,469


14,269


104 14,373 40,616

1@8


1,183,426 111,391





609 5,311
1,062 56
j 4


2,478

10


40,24 1 -


3,606
7 80

807 5,338 86,757
668

41 3,547
21 79


479 1,198 503
6,786


2,792


597 4,537 3,361 1,458

244 9,088 126
271 144




96



213 94 291 7,415


60



2,698


31,5)61


1,593

50

14 50
2,435 3,700 120,840 4,236 197.309 35,797 13,512 9,382 210,821 45,179


Other British PossesSion

Quantity Value





#1$


9,283 38
825 1,291 2:35
399 3,844
453 3,789








46
82,382
25
1,750



1 4560


58



1,304 563 8,300 196


a
10,091
32 28
2 710 1,241 2,170 7,998
2,799 1.2,701
672







40
42,975
1
,550



6,926


103,648


85



1,29' 1,829 40,268

818 1,69~0


45,987 149,635


Total British
Empire.

Quantity Value
$


20,170 43 80

19.873 116,353
185,262
8,620 1,156 3.326
1,595 2,538 11 ,@20




22


33.316
46
369,928 2,151 4,162 6,788


1,715


4,332



18,983 137,309 6,808 15,868 4,967 17,313 27,186 18,895 33,253 3,389



250 76,003

25,450
40
227,254
169
10,542



7,462


61,417 704.251!




1,183,426 111,391


8,605


609 3,854

IM



11,468
563 12,256
554 210


1103.460


5,311 542
4 85



9,799 1,829 64,098 4,838 868 8,167


206,932


United States France & of America. Possessions

Quantity i Value Quan- Vali
$ tity


41,359


26









24,28 22,344 14 5,525 29,713

490 872
841


03,770


218,031

22













73
146




16,024 63,273 1
27 36


69,087


893

1,102

72 114


2,181


61 15


TOTAL EXPORTS. Quantity Value
$


1,123 3 533
54


16,024 8,503
75f 6 64,661 143,4451
27 541


83 245
:3


1266,638


26









25.115 5,749

551


911,183 251,2281 108 71,268 127,153 1,-38 95 1,81 1038,3361252,7661 203 72,349i


33,316
46
385.9;)2
2,226 68 823 6,815


1,798
3


1,183,426


8,631


609
3.854


23,25 2 36,583
563
30,815 18,005
54
944 761


55,966


3 0 1,233,787 2,714 129.867


.325,3181


f.1,363,654


TOTAL EXPORTS ...1I


Other Foreign
Countries.

ne Quan- Value
tity $





192,003 40,905
16 4
3


4,323 4,165
39 1
8.565 '22,407

6 4 23
13 25 13 100 116 336
9I


Total Foreign Countries,

Quan- Value
tity $





310,034 82,26(j4
16 4
25 51


4,323 4,165 39 1
8,565 22,407

1 89!
13 25 13 100
116 336
9


330,204
a9 105

19,873 120,676 185,301 17,185 ]1,156 3,341
11,608 2,551
11,136


I mm-,6 .


40,724


1,123 3: 533
19



8,503

142,650
54 119



96


197,458


75 6 1,388 795



47 126
3 7


165


86,596 14 28

18 983 141,474
6,807 38,275 4,967 17,402 27,211 18,905
33,589 3,398


1,123 3,783
76,057

25,450 40
235,757
175t
153.987 7,474


7,707
7


61,61-0


970,889




111,391





5 311
542
4
85



33,051 1,829 94,913 4,838 1,812 9,122


262 898


- I- i--


1


i




















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4







ABSTRACT showing the Values of the IMPORTS and EXPORTS from and to the United

Kingdom, British Possessions and Foreign Countries, during the year 1949.


COUNTRIES.


United Kingdom ...


British North America.. Barbados ...

Leeward Islands Other British Possessions Total British Possessions United States of America France & Possessions ,Other Foreign Countries. Total Foreign Countries


GRAND TOTAL


IMPORTS.

Class I. Classes II, III
IV & V.
Food, Drink and Tobacco. Raw materials &
articles wholly or mainly manufd.
$ $

68,495 630,370


353,556 213,572 249,390 66,775

72,580 20,778 65,859 169,805 809,880 1,101,300 22,547 365,766 7,751 12,290 16,633 35,587 46,931 413,643


856,811


1,514,943


Total.



$

698,865


567,]28 316,165 93,358

236,575 1,912,091 388,313 20,041 52,220 460,574 2,372,665


EXPORTS.


Class I. Food, Drink and Tobacco. R
ar m

$

466,330


26,243 76,469 31,561 103,648 704,251 197,458 93

69,087 266,638 970,889


Classes II, III
& IV.

aw materials & ticles wholly or ainly manufd.
$

21,496


14,373 120,840

4,236


Total Domestic Exports.


$

487,826


40,616 197,309 35,797


45,987 149,635 206,932 -911,183 53,770 251,228 15 108 2,181 71,268 55,966 322,604 262,898 1,233,787


Re-Exports Total Exportg



$ $

691 488,517


108 40,724

13,512 210,82] 9,382 45,179 103,460 253,095 127,153 1,038,336 1,538 252,766

95 203

1,081 72,349 2.714 325,318 129,867 1,363,654


W. H. SWEETING,
Financial Secretary.
22nd June, 1950.


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