HC Deb 07 December 1926 vol 200 c1880
32. Sir W. de FRECE

asked the Secretary for Mines the output of coal in Great Britain for each of the last six weeks and the comparative figures for the six weeks in 1925?

Colonel LANE FOX

I will circulate the figures in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Following are the figures:

The latest available figures are as follow:

Output of Coal from Mines in Great Britain.
1926. 1925.
Week ended Tons. Week ended. Tons.
23rd Oct. 1,218,000 24th Oct. 4,822,000
30th Oct. 1,367,000 31st., 4,834,000
6th Nov. 1,577,000 7 th Nov. 4,793,000
13th Nov. 1,779,000 14th Nov. 4,878,000
20th Nov. 2,024,000 21st Nov. 4,872,000
27th Nov. 2,313,000 28th Nov. 5,175,000


Will the statement in the "Board of Trade Journal" be resumed this week?

Colonel LANE FOX

I must have notice of that question.