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TABLE 22.-Comparative statement of imports and exports of wool and manufactures of

wool, for the year ending June 30, 1900 and 1910.
(Compiled from Commerce and Navigation Reports, Department of Commerce and Labor.)

GROSS IMPORTS.

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16,058, 647

105, 892,929 120,721,019 9,617,230
155,928, 455 263,928,232 | 20, 260, 936

51,220,844

Wool, hair of the camel, goat, alpaca, etc.:
Unmanufactured-
Class 1-Clothing (dutiable)

Imported from

United Kingdom.
France.
Argentina.
Other South America.
Australia and Tasmania.
Other countries..

Total...
Class 2–Combing (dutiable)
Imported from

United Kingdom.
Other Europe..
British North America
South America...
Other countries.

Total......
Class 3–Carpet (dutiable)
Imported from

United Kingdom.
France.
Germany..
Russia in Europe.
Other Europe.
South America.
Chinese Empire.
Turkey in Asia.
Other countries.

Total.....

Total unmanufactured.
Manufactures of -
Carpets and carpeting (dutiable)-
Imported from-

United Kingdom..
Other Europe.
Asia and Oceania
Other countries..

Total......
Clothing, ready-made, and other wearing

apparel, except shawls and knit fabrics

(dutiable)...
Cloths (dutiable)
Imported from

United Kingdom.
Austria-Hungary.
Belgium..
France..
Germany.
Other countries

Total......
Dress goods, women's and children's (duti-
able) —
Imported from-

United Kingdom.
Franee.
Germany.
Other countries.

Total....
Koit fabrics (dutiable)..
All other (dutiable).

Total manufactures of..

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TABLE 22.-Comparative statement of imports and exports of wool and manufactures of wool, for the year ending June 30, 1900 and 1910Continued.

EXPORTS.
Quantity.

Value.
Article.

1900

1910 1900 1910 FOREIGN. Wool, hair of the camel, goat, alpaca, etc.: UnmanufacturedClass 1-clothing (dutiable), pounds.

5,162,147 2,939, 323 $777,550 Class 2-combing (dutiable), pounds.

$687,521

182, 958 421,698 23,551 91, 811 Class 3-carpet (dutiable), pounds.

357, 146 646, 932 30, 653 79, 858 Total unmanufactured....

5,702, 251 4,007, 953 831, 754 859, 190 Manufactures of

Carpets and carpeting, square yards, dutiable. 2,096 13,052
Clothing, ready-made, and other wearing ap-

3, 462 67,894 parel, dutiable.

35,097 23, 412 Cloths, pounds, dutiable.

63,847 31,598 Dress goods, women's and children's, square

43, 669 26, 606 yards, dutiable....

521, 943 151,337 91, 492 29, 307 Al other, dutiable..

57,355 42,063 Total manufactures of..

231,075 189,282 DOMESTIC. Wool, and manufactures of: Wool, raw, pounds..

2, 200, 309 47,520 387,239 10,077 Manufactures of Carpets, yards

146,113 55, 496 115,052 57, 152 Dress goods, yards..

38, 166 40, 244

24, 381 27,906 Flannels and blankets.

140, 463 69,031 Wearing apparel..

570,389 All other.

1,555, 184

450,077 660,010 Total manufactures of.

1,300, 362 2,369, 283

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TABLE 23.- Per cent of total imports of raw wool into the United States from the leading

countries for decade years from 1840 to 1910.
[Computed from statistics of Department of Commerce and Labor.)

1840 1850

1860

1870

1880

1890

1900

1910

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TABLE 24.— Exports of domestic wool and manufactures of wool, 1894 to 1910. [Compiled from Commerce and Navigation Reports, Department of Commerce and Labor.)

Raw wool.

Carpets.

Dress goods.
Year ending June 30–

Quantity Value. Quantity. Value. Quantity Value.

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TABLE 24.-Exports of domestic wool and manufactures of wool, 1894 to 1910-Contd.

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TABLE 25.-Quantities and values of gross imports of raw and manufactured wool

1890 to 1910.
(Compiled from Commerce and Navigation Reports, Department of Commerce and Labor.]

UNMANUFACTURED WOOL.

Year ending June 30

Class 1.

Class 2.

Class 3.

1890. 1891. 1892. 1893. 1894. 1895 1896. 1897 1898. 1899. 1900. 1901 1902. 1903 1904. 1905. 1906. 1907 1908 1909 1910.

Pounds. Value. Pounds. Value. 16,649, 480 $3,894,700 7,658, 806 $1,905, 970 32, 230, 935 6,919, 913 6,667, 023 1,551, 490 50, 262, 796 9,523, 773 5, 826, 574 1,368,654 43, 311, 565 7,876, 676 6,736, 201 1, 466, 641 10, 685, 496 1,748, 359 1,548, 505 399, 875 87, 151,522 13, 335, 602 13, 476, 735 2,637,581 117, 233, 440 19,448, 471 15,756, 318 3,509, 736 200, 759,079 34, 281, 656 37,951, 490 7, 187, 620 45, 442,987 7,969, 611 4,320, 873 859, 599 12,976, 999 1,948, 954 2, 155, 419 587,061 37, 404,243 8,009, 985 12,631, 283 2,633, 721 30, 681, 475 5, 025, 194 5, 484, 264 1,074, 701 66, 131, 670 7,927, 919 6,091, 024 1,071, 866 42, 202, 121 7, 488, 394 15, 233, 113 2,833, 435 45, 575, 993 8,573,494 12,934, 143 2,819, 822 109, 888, 258 24,762, 682 26,551, 624 6,521, 171 86,810, 307 20, 936, 934 15, 204, 254 4,214,024 82,982, 116 21,378, 304 10,671, 378 3, 235, 281 45,798, 303 10,278, 199 13,332, 540 3,624, 617 142,580, 993 29, 455, 598 21,952, 259 4,591, 559 111,592,978 27, 231, 052 31, 614,235 7,931, 145

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Other manu- Total manu

factures. factures.

Value.
$2,052,078 $54,530, 354

1890. 1891. 1892. 1893. 1894. 1895 1896. 1897. 1898. 1899 1900. 1901 1902. 1903. 1904. 1905. 1903 1907 1908 1909 1910.

Pounds.
4,980, 327
1,185,591
262,992
333, 376

143, 002
14,066,054
18,671, 109
49,913, 732
3, 298, 751

314,540
435, 854
581, 266
249, 538
333, 688
218,618

277, 223:
1,171, 097

674, 289 1, 265, 038

495, 173

Value.

429, 870 40, 630, 210

87,825 35, 478, 054 106,596 37,941,919

47,522 19,391, 850 1,980, 464 36,559, 426 2,651, 237 50,843, 163 6,935, 658 42,227.334 697, 622 14, 126, 149 70,224' 13,762, 397 86, 887 16,077, 559 181, 632 14, 503,674 63,053' 17,321, 410 92, 328 19, 454, 057 52, 697 17,681,091 86,978 17, 806.685 433, 863 22,646,820 271, 116 22,030, 344 125, 804 19, 262, 174 141, 625 17,960,836 (a) 23,532, 175

Value. $56,582, 432 41,060,080 35,565,879 38,048,515 19, 439, 372 38,539, 590 53, 194, 400 49, 162.992 14,823.771 13,832, 121 16.164, 446 14,585, 303 17,384, 463 19,546,385 17, 733, 788 17.-93.03 23,0

0,53 22,321, 410 19,387,978 18, 102, 563 23,532, 175

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PRODUCTION,

MANUFACTURES

CONSUMPTION, AND

OF WOOL.

TABLE 26.-World's wool production in 1891, and wool and sheep in 1910, by countries;

per cent of increase in wool production and in population, by continents. (Only approximate accuracy can be claimed for the figures of this table, as actual census statistics are not available for all countries, and it has been necessary to rely on estimates for the wool and population figures in several instances. Among the sources consulted in the preparation of the table are: Bulletins of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers; The Statesman's Year-Book; Report on Agriculture of South America, published by the United States Department of Agriculture; and official reports of foreign governments.]

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340,573,000

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325, 102,000
307, 102,000

18,000,000
389,970,000

321, 363,000
19, 210,000

585,574,000

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North America...

United States..

Other North America.
South America....

Argentina.
Chile.
Uruguay.

Other South America..
Europe.....

United Kingdom..
Austria-Hungary
France..
Germany
Italy
Spain.
Russia
Balkan States and Roumania.
Turkey..

Other Europe.
Asia....

British India. China..... Russia. Turkey.

Other Asia.
Africa.....

Algeria and Tunis..
South Africa....

Other Africa.
Oceania...

Australasia.
Other Oceania.

57, 216,000

6,534,000 101, 222,000 67,212,000

4, 224,000 26,000,000

3,786,000 178, 290,000 31, 249,000 13,974,000 17, 460,000 7,704,000 11, 160,000 16, 119,000 43,000,000 17,000,000

7,000.000 13,624,000

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286, 746,000
50,000.000
50.000.000
60,000,000
113,600,000

13, 146,000
161, 639,000

21, 824,000 19,000,000 19,000,000 34,000,000 5,000,000

131,925,000

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550,040,000
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100,000

40,000

51.6

38.7

115, 526,000

15,000

a Figures for 1894.

o Decrease.

Table 27.-Number of sheep of shearable age, quality, quantity and condition of wool, average weight of fleece, and both total and average value per

pound of scoured wool, by states and territories, in 1910. [Compiled from Bulletin of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers.)

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East North Cent:31:

Ohio.
Michigan.
Indiana
Illinois
Wisconsin

60 per cent fine, 40 per cent medium..
25 per cent fine, 75 per cent medium.
15 per cent fine, 85 per cent medium..
25 per cent fine, 75 per cent medium..
20 per cent fine, 80 per cent medium.

2,600,000
1,700,000
900,000
700,000

900,000
6,800,000

6. 50
6. 75
6. 50
7.00
6.75

16,900,000
11,475,000
5,850,000
4,900,000
6,075,000
45, 200,000

51
50
45
50
47

8, 281,000 4,554, 550
5,737,500 2,811, 375
3,217,500 1, 480, 050
2, 450,000 1, 127,000
3,219, 750 1,352, 295
22,905, 750 11,325, 270

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