February 13, 1905 (10th Parliament, 1st Session)


Right Hon. S@

The statistical reports make no distinction as to the classes of kinds of clover or gl ass seeds exported, they being classed simply as clover seed or grass seed as the case may be.
1. The quality and value of Canadian clover and grass seed exported during the fiscal years 1902, 1903 and 1904 respectively were as follows :
fiscal Years. Clover Seed. Grass Seed.Bush. $ Bush. $1902 192,825 1,201,678 107,765 88,1931903 . 113,490 839,459 65,324 75,4641904 230,484 1,337,139 101.853 77,8252. The ports from which these seeds wereexported were : Montreal, St. Armand,
Coaticook, Abercorn, Winnipeg, Niagara Falls, St. John, N.B., Halifax, North Sydney, Prescott, Sault Ste. Marie, Bridgeburg, Kingston, Picton, Windsor, Sarnia, Stanstead, Hemmingford, Victoria, Charlottetown, Quebec and AVallaceburg.
3. The countries to which exported were : Great Britain, Belgium, United States, Denmark, Germany, Australia, Holland, New Zealand, France, Newfoundland, Norway and Sweden, St. Pierre.

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