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COMMERCE OF GUAM AND TUTUILA.

No. 03.--SNIPMENTS or DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE FROM THE UNITED STATES TO GUAM AND TUTUILA, BY ARTICLES, DURING THE YEAR

ENDING JUNE 30, 1903.

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No. 61.--MERCHANDISE RECEIVED AND SHIPPED FROM AND TO UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES AT TUTUILA DURING THE YEAR

ENDING JUNE 30, 1903.

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No. 65.-TONNAGE OF SAILING AND STEAM VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED AT THE PORT OF Pago Pago, TUTUILA, DURING THE YEAR

ENDING JUNE 30, 1903.
[Furnished by the Navy Department.

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COMMERCE OF GUAM.

No. 66.-MERCHANDISE RECEIVED FROM THE UNITED STATES AND IMPORTED FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES INTO GUAM DURING THE YEAR

ENDING JUNE 30, 1903.

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FREE OF DUTY,

Dollars.
Books, maps, etc., for the use of schools.
Carts and handcarts..

129
Cement.

271 Cotton thread and yarns

10 Machinery, including agricultural implements.

190
Total free of duty ....

600
SUBJECT TO DUTY.
Beads and bead ornaments
Brass, and manufactures of

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BREADSTUFFS:
Wheat.

.lbs.. 50, 104

783
Macaroni, tapioca, etc

lbs..
Bristles.
Brooms
Brushes
Buttons
Candles and tapers.

lbs.. 359

38 Chemicals, drugs, and dyes...

11 Chocolate

lbs.. 46

10 Clocks and watches: Watches.

10 Coffee

lbs.. Copper, and manufactures of.

lbs.. 11

5 Cotton, and manufactures of

1,692 Earthen, stone, and china ware

75
Fibers, vegetable, and textile grasses, and manu-

factures of.
Fish, preserved, salted, smoked, or pickled..lbs..

1,556 199
Flowers, artificial.
Fruits, preserved

.lbs..

1,922 103 Glass and glassware

1 India rubber, manufactures of

100 Iron and steel, and manufactures of

558 Lead, manufactures of: Sheets, etc.. Ibs.. 500 63 Leather, manufactures of..

255 Marble and stone, and manufactures of.

10 Matches, friction

243 Matting and mats

.lbs..
Musical instruments

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Oils:
Mineral

. lbs.. 30, 225 839
Vegetable ...

lbs..
Paints,pigments, and colors.

lbs.. 647 51
Paper, and manufactures of
Períumery.
Provisions, comprising meat and dairy products.

351
Rice

lbs.. Salt..

lbs..

4,107 68 Seeds, garden

lbs.. Silk, manufactures of

61 Soap..

.lbs.. 10, 474 841
Spices

lbs.. 64 27
SPIRITS, WINES, AND MALT LIQUORS:
Malt liquors

..galls.. 2,404 550
Spirits, distilled

..proof galls.. 721 645 Wines

..galls.. 160 55 Sugar, and confectionery

lbs.. 12,983 552 Tea

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Tobacco, and manufactures of
Toys..
Umbrellas
Vegetables

100
WOOD, AND MANUFACTURES OF:
Lumber

6,580
Furniture

151
Wool, manufactures of
All other articles

1,448
Total subject to duty..

16, 005 Total merchandise imported.

16, 605

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No. 67.-MERCHANDISE AND SPECIE SHIPPED FROM GUAM TO THE UNITED STATES AND EXPORTED TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES DURING THE

YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1903.

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NOTE.-The foregoing statistics of the commerce of Guam were furnished through the Navy Department by the naval officer in command of tlie island,

C & N 1903—VOL 1-61

INDEX.'

INDEX TO GENERAL IMPORTS AND EXPORTS, AND IMPORTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1903.

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Acids
Aconite
Acorns
Agar-agar.
Agates, manufactures of
Agricultural implements.
Alabaster.
Albata
Albumen
Alcohol
Ale, singer
Alizarin, natural or artificial
Alkalies, etc
Almonds
Aloes..
Alum, etc..
Alumina
Aluminum.
Amber
Ambergris.
Ammonia
Anchors..
Anchovies.
Aniline oil.
Aniline galts
Animals..
Annatto
Antimony
Antiquities
Anvils..
Apatite..
Apples
Apricots.
Arabic, gum,
Argentine, albata, etc.
Argols...
Arrowroot
Arsenic..
Articles for the use of the United States, etc
Articles, growth, etc., of the United States returned
Articles specially imported....
Art works
Asafetida.
Asbestos.
Ashes...
Asphaltum
Automobiles
Axles
Babbitt metal..
Bacon
Bagging
Bags
Baking powder
Balata....

580

253

325

552

580

436

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