Annual Report of the Bureau of Industries for the Province of Ontario

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Includes statistics of agriculture, values, rents, farm wages, loan and investment companies, labor organizations, municipal statistics, etc.

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Page 9 - Sowing ranged from the last week of August to the first week of October, but the bulk of the work was done between the 10th and 20th of September.
Page 32 - Lincoln Manitoulin Middlesex Muskoka Nipissing Norfolk Northumberland Ontario Oxford Parry Sound. Peel Perth Peterborough Prescott Prince Edward Rainy River Renfrew Russell Simcoe Stormont...
Page 15 - Pears, plums and grapes in excess of home requirements were also produced in some 1 parts, although the early frosts spoiled the grapes in some instances. Owing to the • wholesale destruction of peach trees last winter the output of this fruit was very limited. There was an abundance of small fruits, as well as a plentiful growth of the wild varieties in the back townships.
Page 44 - Ontario, average values per acre of farm property and rentals of leased farms based upon (1) the total acreage occupied and (2) the area cleared. Counties and Districts. Farm values— average per acre, occupied. Value buildings, implements and live stock per acre cleared. Rent per acre on landLand.
Page 43 - Counties and districts. Value of Farm Property. Value of Live Stock sold. Land. Buildings. Implements. Live Stock. Total. | 2,077,306...

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