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Image from page 326 of “COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE JOURNAL (CANADA) 1921 pt. 1” (1921)
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Title: COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE JOURNAL (CANADA) 1921 pt. 1
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: CANADA. DEPT. OF TRADE AND COMMERCE
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Guelph, University of Windsor and University of Toronto Libraries
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atistics. III. Industrial Census (Annual) as follows: Dairy Factories. Iron and Steel (pending). Fisherh j. Coal. Forestry—Lumber, Pulp and Paper, Sash Central Power Stations, and Planing Mills. General Manufactures. Mining, Metallurgical and Chemical In-dustries (pending). IV. External Trade: Monthly Report of the Trade of Canada. Annual Report of the Trade of Canada V. Transportation: Railways and Tramways. Telephones. Express. Canals, Water Carriers. Navigation. Telegraphs. VI. Internal Trade: Grain. Monthly Produce Bulletins. Live Stock and Animal Products. General (pending). Prices (pending). VII. Finance: Municipal Statistics (cities of lO.OiOO population and over). VIII. Justice: Criminal Statistics. IX. Education (pending). X. Abstracts: The Canada Tear Book, 1919. Bureau of Statistics Quarterly (pending). XI. Annual Report of Dominion Statistician. 304 VOL. XXIV. FEBRUARY 21, 1921 No. 890 WEEKLY BULLETIN DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE BRANCH CANADA
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Direct Sale of Canadian Flour to the Public by the Government of the Union of SouthAfrica: Crowd at Cape Town waiting to buy. (See page 312.) Published by Authority of the Rt. Hon. Sir George E. Foster, G.G.M.G., P.G.(Minister of Trade and Commerce) 17753—1 OTTAWATHOMAS MULVEYPRINTER TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT 1921
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