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IN TFR EAT IN G ST A TISTICS. OTAGO HOLDING HER END UP. •\i kr>t nudit's meeting of the Otago Harbor Hoard a comparative statement «-as furnished in connection with the reand expenditure of (lie hoard as fallows : Revenue : For September. 1914, £7.138 ; for September, 1913. £7,2?0; for January, EH4. £74.247 ; for January. 1913. £71,08b. Fvnenditure : For September. 1914. £8.537; for September. 1913. £8.191; for •Tnunarv. 1914. £76.131 : for January, 10'.'. £77.033. Expenditure out. of bum For September. 1914. £2.388: for September. 1913. £3.059: for Jamnrv. 1914'. £33,560; for January, 1911. £.11.184. The following statement showing the revenue and expenditure in regard to the dork was submitted : Revenue : For September. 1914. £1.077 ; for Eentember, 19!' £1.261 : for January, 1914, £7.191 : for January, 1913. £7.853. Expenditure ; For September. 1914, 9889 ; for .September. 19R3. £912: for January. 1914. £7.891; for January, 1913, £8.216.' The dork returns for September showed that three vessels had used Otago dock, a similar number the Port Chalmers dork, while three had also been on tho slipwav. The total charge* were £ll2 10s. The secretary also furnished a, comparative statement of the imports and exports for September and October of the present ami last- year, as follows Imports and exports for September. 1913, 39.641 tons: -September. 1914. 36.562 tons; for October. 1913. 26.461 tons; for October. 1914. 30.432 tons, an increase for October of this year of 5.971 terns, but a decrease for September of 0.279 tons. The total for the two months, however, shows a slight increase for this year.

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HARBOR FINANCE AND WAR., Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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HARBOR FINANCE AND WAR. Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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