§ MR. ESSEX (Gloucestershire, Cirencester)
To ask the Vice-President of the Department of Agriculture (Ireland) if he will state the value of Irish exports in the years 1897 and 1907, respectively, 1437 of cattle, sheep, horses, bacon, eggs, and butter.
(Answered by Mr. T. W. Russell.) The Department have no information as to the value of exports in 1897. The follow-
|Bacon*||Cwts.||No information||859,608*||No information||2,492,863*|
|Eggs||Gt. hhds.||No information||6,675,599||2,920,539|
|* Not including Hams.|