Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

Table III.-YEARLY RELATIVE PRICES OF COMMODITIES, 1890 TO 1910,

AND MONTHLY RELATIVE PRICES FROM JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 1910—Continued. (For explanation and discussion of this table, see pages 349 to 361. Average for 1890–1899=100.0.)

[blocks in formation]

1 Average for 1895–1899-100.0.
2 Average for 1892-1899= 100.0.
3 Including indigo blue, all wool, 16-ounce. See explanation, page 336.
+ Washington Mills 6700.

* For method of computing relative price, see pages 348 and 349.
86026°—Bull. 93—11-12

Table III.—YEARLY RELATIVE PRICES OF COMMODITIES, 1890 TO 1910, AND MONTHLY RELATIVE PRICES FROM JANUARY TOʻ DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.

(For explanation and discussion of this table, see pages 349 to 361. Average for 1890-1899-100.0.)

[blocks in formation]

1 52 per cent wool. 2 Cashmere, all-wool, 10-11 twill, 38 inch, Atlantic Mills J. 3 27-inch. • Franklin sackings, 6-4. • Cashmere, cotton warp, 22-inch, Hamilton. 6 Alpaca, cotton warp, 22-inch, Hamilton. 7 For method of computing relative price see pages 348 and 349. 8 Danish cloth, cotton warp and filling. For method of computing relative price, see pages 348 and 349.

TABLE III.-YEARLY RELATIVE PRICES OF COMMODITIES, 1890 TO 1910,

AND MONTHLY RELATIVE PRICES FROM JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 1910_Continued.

(For explanation and discussion of this table, see pages 349 to 361. Average for 1890-1899-100.0.]

[blocks in formation]

12-40, XXX, white, in skeins.

2 Including blankets: 11-4, 5 pounds to the pair, cotton warp, all wool filling; men's split boots, russet bound top; men's cotton half hose, seamless, 84 needles; linen thread: 3-cord, 200-yard spools, Barbour; overcoatings: beaver, Moscow, all wool, black; overcoatings: chinchilla, B-rough, all wool; overcoatings: chinchilla, cotton warp, C. C. grade; shawls; sheetings: brown 4-4, Atlantic A; shirtings: bleached, 4-4: Hope; suitings: indigo blue, all wool, 16 -ounce. See explanation, page 336.

32-40, XXXX, white, in skeins.

* Including blankets: '11-4, 5 pounds to the pair, cotton warp, all wool filling; men's split boots, russetbound top; men's cotton half hose, seamless, 84 needles; linen thread: 3-cord, 200-yard spools, Barbour; overcoatings: chinchilla, B-rough all wool; overcoatings: chinchilla, cotton warp, c. c. grade; shawls; sheetings: brown, 4-4, Atlantic A; shirtings: bleached, 4-4, Hope; suitings: indigo blue, all wool, 16-ounce. See explanation, page 336.

• For method of computing relative price, soe pages 348 and 349.
6 Including overcoatings: chinchilla, cotton warp, C. C. grade. See explanation, page 349.

Table III.--YEARLY RELATIVE PRICES OF COMMODITIES, 1890 TO 1910,

AND MONTHLY RELATIVE PRICES FROM JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 1910—Continued. (For explanation and discussion of this table, see pages 349 to 361. Average for 1890–1899–100.0.)

[blocks in formation]

Jan... Feb. Mar. Apr. May June. July. Aug Sept.. Oct. Nov. Dec.....

92.7
92.7
92.7
92. 7
92.7
92.7
92.7
92.7
92.7
92.7
92.7
92.7

124.7
124.7
124.7
124.7
124. 7
124.7
124.7
124.7
124.7
124.7
124.7
124.7

137.7
137.7
137.7
123.8
126.0
128.4
131.4
134. 4
136. 4
137.7
137. 6
137.7

[blocks in formation]

Table III.-YEARLY RELATIVE PRICES OF COMMODITIES, 1890 TO 1910,

AND MONTHLY RELATIVE PRICES FROM JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 1910—Continued. (For explanation and discussion of this table, see pages 349 to 361. Average for 1890–1899–100.0.)

[blocks in formation]

Coke:
Connells-

ville,
furnace.

Matches: parlor, domestíc.

Average, fuel and lighting.

Crude.

Average.

150° fire For export. test, water

white.

Average.

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

122.7
110.4
106.5
87.1
62.3
78.0
110.4
95.2
98.8
128.7
155.8
115.6
158.2
171.5

96.4
134.7
157.5
166.3
100.6
117.9
115.9

111.5
99.6
99.6
99.6
94.9
96.1
99.6
99.6
99.6
99.6
99.6
99.6
90.1
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4

95.4
73.6
61.1
70.3
92.2
149.2
129.5

86.5 100.2 142.1 148.5 132.9 135.9 174.5 178. 8 152.1 175.5 190.5 195.6 182.7 147.7

112.9
105.5
93.8
80.4
79.4
109.6
108.2
92.0
96.8
121.9
131.6
115.4
113.1
132,5
127.3
111.2
117.4
127.0
133.9
128.7
118.6

111.8
98.8
89.2
81.5
81.5
103.6
116.7
101.1
102.1
114.0
133.5
123. 1
124.5
153.1
153.6
141.9
146.1
151.2
151.7
137.6
121.2

112.4
102.2
81.4
81.0
80.5
106.6
112.5
96.6
99.5
118.0
132.6
119.3
118.8
142.8
140.5
126.6
131.8
139.1
143. 1
133.7
120.5

106.7
92.6
91.5
77.4
84.4
120.8
118.1
93.2
99.7
126.0
137.9
123.8
124.5
153.4
153.2
135.1
146.3
156.2
160.6
150.0
130.6

104.7 102.7 101.1 100.0 92.4 98.1 104.3 96.4 95.4 105.0 120.9 119.5 134.3 149.3 132.6 128.8 131.9 135.0 130.8 129.3 125.4

1910,

Jan..
Feb.
Mar.
A pF.
May.
June..
July...
Aug.
Sept
Oct.
Nov..
Dec..

154.6
147.2
150.2
125. 1
110.4
107.5
107.5
107.5
100.1
94.2
91.3
95.7

85.4
85.4
85.4
85. 4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4
85.4

157.1
153.8
153.8
153.8
148.3
148.3
142.8
142.8
142.8
142.8
142.8
142.8

121.7
121.7
121.7
121.7
119.4
119.4
117.9
117.9
117.9
115.6
114.0
114.0

132.0
132.0
132.0
132.0
132.0
132.0
120.8
115.2
115.2
103.9
103.9
103.9

127.4
127.4
127.4
127.4
126.2
126.2
119.9
117.2
117.2
110.5
109.7
109.7

138.3
137.4
137.4
137.4
134.9
134.9
128.8
126.7
126.7
121.7
121.1
121.1

131.1 130.3 130.3 125.4 124.2 124.5 123.3 123.5 123.9 122.3 122.9 123.8

« AnteriorContinuar »