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Table 1.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910_Continued.
FARM PRODUCTS –Continued.

POULTRY: Live, fowls. [Price per pound, in New York, on Saturday of each week; quotations from the National Provisioner.)

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RYE: No. 2, cash. [Price per bushel, in Chicago, on Tuesday of each week; quotations furnished by the secretary of the

Chicago Board of Trade.)

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SHEEP: Native, wethers, fair to fancy. [Price per 100 pounds, in Chicago, on Monday of each week; quotations from the Farmers' and Drovers'

Journal.)

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TABLE 1.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.
FARM PRODUCTS-Concluded.

SHEEP: Western, wethers, plain to choice. (Price per 100 pounds, in Chicago, on Monday of each week; quotations from the Farmers' and Drovers'

Journal.)

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TOBACCO: Burley, dark red, good leaf. [Price per 100 pounds, in Louisville, on Monday of each week; quotations from the Western Tobacco

Journal.)

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WHEAT: Regular grades, cash. (Price per bushel, in Chicago, on Tuesday of each week;

quotations furnished by the secretary of the Chicago Board of Trade.)

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TABLE 1.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910_Continued.

FOOD, ETC.

BEANS: Medium, choice. (Price per bushel, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the New York Journal of

Commerce and Commercial Bulletin.)

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BREAD: Loaf, after baking, 14%2 ounces. [Price per loaf, in Washington, D.C., on the first of each month. Weight before baking, 164 ounces. Price

per pound (before baking) $0.0388.)

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BREAD: Loaf, homemade. [Price per loaf, in New York, on the first of each month. Weight before baking, 16 ounces. Price per

pound (before baking) $0.04. Standard weight and standard prices charged by bread manufacturers in New York and Brooklyn and in New Jersey who deliver their bread in Manhattan.)

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BREAD: Loal, Vienna.

Price per [Price per loaf, in New York, on the first of each month. Weight before baking, 154 ounces.

pound (before baking) $0.0413. Standard weight and standard prices charged by bread manufacturers in New York and Brooklyn and in New Jersey who deliver their bread in Manhattan.)

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TABLE 1.—WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.
FOOD, ETC.-Continued.

BUTTER: Creamery, Elgin. (Price per pound, in Elgin, Ill., on Monday of each week; quotations furnished by the manager of the Elgin

Dairy Report.)

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BUTTER: Creamery, extra. (Price per pound, in New York, on Tuesday of each week; quotations from the New York Journal of

Commerce and Commercial Bulletin.)

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BUTTER: Dalry, New York State, tubs and half tubs, finest. (Price per pound, in New York, on Tuesday of each week; quotations from the New York Journal of

Commerce and Commercial Bulletin.]

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Table 1.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910_Continued.

FOOD, ETC.-Continued.
CANNED GOODS: Corn, Republic No. 2, fancy.
[Price per dozen cans, in New York, on the first of each month.)

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CHEESE: New York State, full cream, large, colored, fancy. (Price per pound, in New York, on Tuesday of each week; quotations from the New York Journal of Com.

merce and Commercial Bulletin.)

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COFFEE: Rio No. 7, Brazil grades. [Price per pound, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the New York Journal of Com

merce and Commercial Bulletin.)

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