Reciprocity with Cuba; Speech in the House of Representatives, Friday, April 11, 1902

Reciprocity with Cuba; Speech in the House of Representatives, Friday, April 11, 1902

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...$3.6875 for 96; net weight of sugar, 361,140 pounds; test of this sugar, 95.9726; selling price, on basis of $3.6875 for 96, $3.68476; sold to Arbuckle Brothers. Ptqc (zcis of sals, 861,140 pounds, at $3.68476 per 100 pounds 1 $13,307.14 Charges. Freight, at 14 cents per 100 pounds $505.60 Marine insurance-65.00 Kepairing, tests, cables, etc 3.00 Commission and brokerage 133.07 Interest on charges 51 Total charges 707.18 Net proceeds of sugar 12,599.96 No. 6. Sale of Cuban sugar, January 30,1902.--This was a duty paid sale of 1,500 bags of centrifugal sugar shipped by Messrs. Cacicedo & Co., from Cienfuegos, Cuba, by the Cienfuegos, to Messrs. Lawrence Turnure & Co., New York commission merchants. The sale was made to Arbuckle Bros.: Date of sale, January 30, 1902; class of sugar, centrifugals; market price for that day, $3.6875 for 96; basis of this sale, $3.6875 for 96; net weight of sugar, 496,658 pounds; test of this sugar, 95.70; selling price on basis $3.6875 for 96, $3.6575; sold to Arbuckle Bros. Proceeds of sale. 496,658 pounds, at $3.6575 per 100 pounds $18,314.27 Charges. Freight (8.95 cents per lOOpounds) $422.31 Duty ($1.67674 per 100pounds) 8,202.42 Marine insurance-68.51 Custom-house entry, bond, stamps, etc 1.25 Weighing and taring 66.79 Extra cost of discharging cargo 17.47 Polarization 1.00 Interest on charges 14.74 Commission and brokerage 227.06 Total charges 9,041.55 Net proceeds of sugar 9,123.72 TOTAL. REDUCTION OF TARIFF GOES TO PORTO RICO. These two lots of sugar are just about the same grade. They are both centrifugal, sold on the same day, at the same price, to the same refinery, but by different commission merchants. The tests are very nearly the same, the Porto Rican being 95.9726; the Cuban, 95.70. If...show more

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  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123662985X
  • 9781236629852