§ Mr. HIGHAM
asked what was the value of wood pulp and timber of all descriptions imported into this country in each of the years 1907 and 1908?
The declared value of the imports of wood pulp in 1908 was £3,625,808 and the declared value of the imports of wood and timber £24,306,169, or, excluding furniture woods and staves, £21,399,622. The corresponding figures in 1907 were wood pulp £3,312,347, and wood and timber of all kinds £27,093,054, or, excluding furniture woods and staves, £24,131,243. These figures are all published in the monthly trade accounts.