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TABLE NO. 10.-Power Used and Owned by Industries, 1909.

Office Number:

Agricultural implements.
Artisans' tools.
Art tile.
4 Boilers.
5 Boxes (wood and paper)
6 Brewing (lager beer, ale and porter)
7 Brick and terra cotta.
8 Brushes..
9 Buttons (metal).
10 Buttons (pearl).
11 Carpets and rugs.
12 Carriages and wagons..
13 Chemical products.
14 Cigars and tobacco.
15 Clothing.
16 Confectionery.
17 Cornices and sky lights.
18 Corsets and corset wai sts..
19 Cutlery.
20 Cotton goods.
21 Cotton goods (finishing and dyeing).
22 Drawn wire and wire cloth.
23 Electrical appliances.
24 Fertilizers.
25 Food products.
26 Foundry (brass).
27 Foundry (iron). .
28 Furnaces, ranges and heaters.
29 Gas and electric light fixtures.
30) Glass (cut tableware).

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61 Saddlery and harness hardware.
62 Scientific instruments..
63 Sash, blinds and doors.
64 Shoes.
65 Shirts.
66 Shirtwaists (women's).
67 Shipbuilding.
68 Silk (broad and ribbon).
69 Silk dyeing.
70 Silk throwing:
71 Silk mill supplies.
72 Silver goods.
73 Smelting and refining (gold, silver,cop-

copper, etc.).
74 Soap and tallow.
75 Steel and iron (bar).
76 Steel and iron (structural).
77Steel and iron (forging).
78 Textile products.
79 Thread.
80 Trunks and traveling bags.
81 Trunk and bag hardware..
82 Typewriters and supplies..
83 Underwear (women's and children's).
84 Varnishes.
85 Watches, cases and material.
86 Window shades.
87 Wooden goods.
88 Woolen and worsted goods.
89 Unclassified.

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All industries.

2,291 4,629 555,859

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PART II.

Employment, Working Hours and Wages on Steam

Railroads in New Jersey.

Cost of Living in New Jersey and Europe.

Fruit and Vegetable Canning Industry of New Jersey.

Pack of 1909.

The Relation of Occupation to Health.

Assisting the Export Trade of New Jersey Manu

facturers and Exporters.

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