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Recapitulation of leading Articles of Merchandise Imported into, and Exported

from, the Port of New York, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1912, compared with the aggregate of all other Ports of the United States for the same period. (Official.)

IMPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE.

Port of Aggregate of Total ARTICLES.

New York.

all other Ports U.S.

of the U.S. 1911-1912. Sugar.

..Ibs. 2,441,335.546 $69,450,221 $46,064,858 $115,515,079 Coffee........

1 566,481,970 74,952,920 42,873,623 117,826,543 Tea..............

40,977,334 6,748,161 11,458,980 18,207,141 Cotton-Unmanufactured. ..... " 23,921,726 4,449,661 15.767.920 20,217,581 Manufactures of .............

53,699,633 11,453,152 65,152,785 Silk.......

...... lbs. 3,674,958 11,722,396 55,450,986 67,173,382 Manufactures of Silk..................

20,976,396 6,227,968 27.204,364 Manila, Hemp...................tons, 35,495 4,370,052 3,630,813 8,000,865 Sisal Grass...........

37,578 4,030,083 7,836,760 11,866.843 Jute and Jute Butts....

48,200 3,058,766 4,124,619 7,183,385 Manufactures of Fibers, Vegetable and Textile Grasses..

31,031,752 28,628,091 59,659,843 Wool...........

............. lbs. 60,722,083 7,928,308 25,096,034 33,078,342 Manufactures of ............................... 12,665,465 2.247.154 14.912,619 Hides and Skins other than Fur Skins

Hides of Cattle.................. lbs. 163,838,786 25,200,352 13,205,169 38,405,521 Goat Skins...................... 41,746,071 12.247,495 11,019.060 23,296,555 All other......

90,911,446 19,747,175 21,027.076 40.774.251 India Rubber..................... * 108,744,127 91,953,379 1,059,876 93,013,255 Tin-In Bars, Blocks, Pigs, &c.... “ 100,889,045 42.023,447 4.190.751 46,214.198 Plates, Terne Plates and Taggers' | Tin................................: ...... “ 1,925,413

76,431
211,583

288,014 Diamonds and Precious Stones...

28,229,071 13,068,688 41,297,759 Tobacco and Manufactures of

Leas............................. lbs. 38, 468,527 20,818,528 11,100,142 31,918,670 Manufactures of.............

2,978,417 2,492,289 5,470,706 Leather and Manufactures of................

10,377,422 5,789,284 16,166,706 Furs and Manufactures of.......................

7.912.639 17,959,588 25,872,227 W ines.............................................

2,819,112 6.742,339 9,591,451 Cocoa, crude and shells of........lbs. 138,728,847 15,120,520 811,036 15,931,556 Copper-Pigs, bars, ingots, plates and old......

lbs. 158,854,816 20.293,461 15,497,550 35,791,011 Earthen, Stone and China Ware....

4,318,071 5,679,627 9,997.698 Watches and parts of..........

1,608,878 704,799 2,313,677

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Total value of foreign imports 1911-1912. ....... $1,008,140,996

$741,110,657 $1,749,251,653 EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE.

ARTICLES.

Total

U.S. 1911-1912.

Aggregate of Port of

all other Ports New York.

of the U.S. $22,722,101 $12.917.904 35,110,438 530.738.833 34,079,847 16,689.664

$35,640,005 565,849,271 50.769.511

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Agricultural Implements....
Cotton .............bales 674,220 ; lbs. 327,551,263

Manufactures of .....
Breadstuffs-
Wheat...............

......bush. 6.748.516 Wheat Flour.....

.......bbls. 3,438,614 Corn ..............

.....bush. 8,210,758 Barley.......................... "

156 Oats......

346,944 Rye.............................. "

60 All other Breadstuffs..... Meat and Dairy ProductsBeef, canned.......... ......lbs. 7,912,581

fresh....................... ** 14.010,033 ** salted or pickled..... ** 28,051,325 Tallow......................

11.302.519 Bacon........

** 107,382,715 Hams and shoulders.......

96.180.193 Pork, canned.......

5.022.813 fresh.................

1.026,615 salted...............

19,362.588 Lard .............

237.272.922 Oleomargarine (the oil). ....... " 90,342,608 Butter.....

....." 4.034.738 Cheese.........

3,464.052 All other Meat and Dairy Products............ Oils, Mineral

Illuminating...................gals. 584,143.277 Lubricating and heavy parafiin" 132,694,077

All other Mineral.............. " 209,183,261 Oils, Vegetable

Cotton Seed.....................Jbs. 180,893,955 Tobacco and manufactures of

Unmanufactured ...............Ibs. 185,147,709

Manufactures of......... Copper

Pigs, ingots, bars, plates and old.lbs. 550,829,059 Iron and Steel, and manufactures of Machinery, Machines, and parts of... .......

All other manufactures of Iron and Steel..... Beef Cattle........................number 32.116 Leather and manufactures of.................... Para ftin and paraffin wax.........lbs. 183.086,658

569,591

120,600 1,854,159 22,924,887 9,893,632

888,758

468.258 12.948, 763

408,257 217,627 789,482 1.666,273 11.984,048 12,923,610

111,536

176,598 3,503,435 29,165,554 3.510.386 579.674

429.777 11.008.983

1.303,404 1.671.153 2.832,109 2,388,016 24.907,197 24.983,376

681,127

297.198 5,318.594 52.090,441 13,434.018 1,168,432

898.035 23.957,746

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Total value of leading articles of domestic

........... Total value of other articles of domestie mer

chandise...... Total value of domestic gold and silver in ore,

coin and bullion.........

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Total value of domestic exports, 1911-1912.....

$883,801,248 $1,398,533.427 $2.282.937,675

Statement exhibiting the fluctuations in the Foreign Commerce of the Port of New

York during the last ten years, compared with all Ports of the United States for the same period :

PORT OF NEW YORK.

Decrease.

Total

Foreign Commerce. Increase.
Fiscal year ending June 30, 1912......... $1.915,644,233 $170,767.099

1911...
1.744.877.134

17.871.077
1910....

1.727.006.057 205,039.967 1909...

1,521,966.090 1908.

1.613,031,266 1907...

1,613.110.384 152,298,028 1906.

1.460.812,356 128.900,667
1905..

1,331.911,689 84,656,673
1904...
1.247,255,016

35.004.183
1903...

1,212,250,833 67,221.522

$91,065,176

79.118

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Decrease.

ALL PORTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

Total

Foreign Commerce. Increase. Fiscal year ending June 30, 1912....

$4.075,793,075 $292.442.898 1911....

3.783.350,177 219.010,852 1910....

3,564,339,325 354,234,588 1909.

3.210.104,737 1908...

3,378,464,682 1907....

3.580.867.625 365,333,755 1906...

3,215,533.870 356.882,471 1905...

2.858,651,399 148,979.887 1904....

2.709.671,512 103.324.224 1903...

2.606.347.288 142,752,091

$168,359,945 202.402.932

Recapitulation of the Foreign Commerce of the Port of New York, compared with all Ports of the United States, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1912.

Total Port of all Ports of

New York. the l'. . FOREIGN MERCHANDISE-Including Ore. Coin and BullionImported.......

$1.008.140,996 $1,749.251.653 Exported ...

23,698,989 44.203,747 DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-Including Ore, Coin and BullionExported ......

883,804,248 2,282,337,675 Excess of foreign ports over domestic exports at the port of New York.....

124,336,748 Excess of domestic exports over foreign imports at all ports of the United States...

533.086,022 Total Foreign Commerce, 1911-1912...

1,915,644,233 4,075,793,075 1910-1911...

1,744,877,134 3,783,350,177

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$170,767,099

Increase at the Port of New York.....
Increase at all Ports of the United States............

$292,442,898

The Foreign Carrying Trade of the Port of New York.

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. The following statement exhibits the value of Merchandise and of Gold and Silver

in Ore, Coin and Bullion Imported into, and Exported from, the Port of New York by American and Foreign Vessels, and by Land Vehicles, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1912 :

PORT OF NEW YORK.

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF IMPORTS AND EXPORTS

OF THE PORT OF NEW YORK.

[FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1912.]

FOREIGN IMPORTS,

The following is a detailed statement of all goods, wares and merchandise, the growth, produce and manufacture of foreign countries, that were imported into the Port of New York during the fiscal year ending June 30,1912, compared with the aggregate of all other ports of the United States for the same period :

[Where quantities are given they apply to the Port of New York only.]

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Aggregate of Total all other Ports U. 8.

of the U. 8. 1911-1912.

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Abrasives

Abrasives, crude artificial (dutiable)............
Corundum-
Ore (free). ........

............tons, 1 Grains, manufactured, ground, pulverized, or

refined (free)........................ lbs, 1,000 Diamond dust or bort (free)..................... Emery

Ore (free)............................tons, 4,213
Grains, manufactured, ground, pulverized,

or refined (dutiable).............. lbs. 345,124 Wheels, files and other manufactures of

(dutiable)..... Pumice stone

Unmanufactured (dutiable)....tons, 5,713
Manufactures of(dutiable). .....Ibs. 5,450,177

Rotten stone and tripoli (free). ................
Agates, unmanufactured (free). ...........
Agricultural implements (free).............
Aluminum-

Crude, scrap, &c. (dutiable)........Ibs. 3,740, 296

Manufactures of (dutiable).......................
Amber, manufactures of (dutiable)................
Animals-
Cattle (free).....

......number, 1,622
Cattle (dutiable).....
Horses (free)........

2,771 Horses (dutiable)....

174 Sheep (free).....................

41
Sheep (dutiable)..............
All other (including fowls) (free).................

All other (including live poultry) (dutiable).....
Antimony-
Ore, regulus, or metal (antimony contents)

(dutiable).......... ......... lbs. 11,051,286 Articles, the growth, produce, and manufacture

of the United States, returned-
Automobiles (free).................... number 237

All other (free)...........
Articles for the use of the United States (free).....

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704.501 10,384,491

6.530

1,619,150 16,882,082 FOREIGN IMPORTS-ARTICLES.

19,871

26,401 hundred feet, 182,064

Port of
New York

dygregate of all other Ports

of the l'. s.

Total

U. 8. 1911-1912.

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Articles specially imported

Miner's rescue appliances (free).................
Philosophical and scientific apparatus, &c.(free)
Regalia and gems, &c., for religious, educa-

tional, &c., purposes, &c. (free)................ Specimens of natural history, botany, miner

alogy, &c., not for sale (free)......... Works of art, &c., for exhibition purposes, &c.

(free). ......... Art works

The production of American artists (free).......
Twenty years old or over (free)..................

All other (dutiable). .............................
Asbestos
Unmanufactured (free)..................tons, 103

Manufactures of (dutiable)....
Asphaltum and bitumen (dutiable)....tons, 20,333
Beads and bead ornaments (dutiable).............
Birds, stuffed, not suitable for millinery orna-

ments (free)..... Bismuth (free)...

........lbs. 115,349
Blacking (dutiable)..
Bladders (except fish) (free)......
Blood, dried (free)...................
Bones, hoofs, and horns, unmanufactured (free)..
Bones, cleaned (dutiable)..........................
Bone and horn, manufactures of, including combs

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(dutiable).........................................

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Brass, fit only for remanufacture (free) lbs.1,619,362
Breadstuffs

Bread and biscuit (dutiable)...........
('orn (dutiable).......... ........bush. 244
Farinaceous substances and preparations of

(sago, tapioca, &c.) (free).....
Macaroni, vermicelli, and all similar prepara-

tions (dutiable).................. lbs. 68,244,703 Oats (dutiable).................... bush. 207,386 Rice

l'ncleaned, including paddy (dutiable) lbs. 615 (leaned dutiable).................lbs. 6,774,021 Rice flour, rice meal, and broken rice (dutiable) .........

...........Ibs. 25,252,150 Wheat (dutiable)........ ....bush. 5,564 Wheat flour (dutiable).............bbls. 93,768

All other dutiable)......
Bristles-

Not sorted, bunched, or prepared (free) Ibs. 11,771
Sorted, bunched, or prepared (dutiable)

lbs. 2.629,805
Bronze, inanufactures of (dutiable)...........
Broom corn (dutiable)....................tons, 917
Brooms (dutiable).............................
Brushes (dutiable)..................................
Buttons and parts of (dutiable) ............
Candle pitch, palm, and other vegetable stearin
(dutiable)........

..... lbs. 2,827,834
Candles and tapers (dutiable).....
Carbon
(arbons for electric lighting (dutiable)

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49,383
8.826

9.661 10.360

59,044 19,186

296,978

19,872

316,850

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