March 26, 1903 (9th Parliament, 3rd Session)

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The MINISTER OF CUSTOMS (Hon. William Paterson).

The total grain shipments from the undermentioned ports during the season of navigation were as follows :
1901. 1902.
Bushels. Bushels.
Port Arthur 709,032 6,801,209
Fort William 13,856,168 29,400,652
Particulars of grain shipments from Port Arthur during the following seasons of navigation :
1901. 1902.
Bushels. Bushels.
To Parry Sound 34,000
Meatord 329,1.53
Collingwood 45,602
Point Edward 55,919
Sarnia 56,540
Kingston 272,255 780,389Goderich 134,6S2 882,578Montreal 45,814 229,133Midland 26,061 1,821,4S4Owen Sound 50,111 362,857Depot Harbour 35,000 458,989Total to Canadian ports.. 665,444 4,955,023To Buffalo 8,012 1,690,916Port Huron 35,576 155,270709,032 6,801,209
Particulars of grain shipments from Fort William during the following seasons of navigation :
1901. 1902.
Bushels. Bushels.
To Midland . 2,160,090 6,710,898
Parry Sound . 42,000
Depot Harbour . 636,000 3,354,382Owen Sound . 1,809,136 1,080,934Meaford . 100,000 322,688Goderich . 1,179,182 1,866,788Sarnia 678,000 636,463Kingston . 2,459,570 3,993.522Montreal . 11S.OOO 100,000Collingwood 31,000Total to Canadian ports., , 9,181,978 18,096 575To Buffalo . 4,674,190 10,343,319Port Huron 960,75813,856,168 29.400,652

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   GRAIN SHIPMENTS FROM PORT ARTHUR AND FORT WILLIAM.
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