March 1, 1915 (12th Parliament, 5th Session)

CON

Mr. DOHERTY: (Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada)

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. In 1911-12, 517 bushels; 1912-13, 500 bushels; 1913-14, 366 bushels.
2. No potatoes were sold in 1912 or 1914.
In 1913 the following sales were made, which (with the exception of 1J bushels) were culls-too small for table use and purchased for seed: W. Holland, 9 bushels;
F. Montgomery, 7i bushels; J. Berrigan, 2 bushels; H. Powell, 41 bushels; R. Mc-Geein, 3 bushels; W. Tatton, 1 bushel; F. Doyle, li bushels; J. M. Platt, li bushels; Total, 30 bushels at 85c. per bushel.
3. Potatoes were purchased in 1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915, as follows:
Date. Name. Quantity. Price.
1911.
April 12. Alfred Garrett. . . . 73 bags. $0 80" 28. Jas. Redden & Co... 170 " 0 90May 19. " 4 1 10" 23. C. Craig 87 " 0 90June 7. Jas. Redden & Co. . . 56 0 90" 11. J. M. Stafford . . . . 14 " 0 80" 16. H. E. Peters 39 41 0 8 0" 23. J. Munroe 40 44 0 80July 6. J. Redden & Co 48 " 1 00" 7. J. Crawford 20 bu. 1 25" 29. Isaac Fraser 13 " 1 25Aug. 5. John Henderson. . . . 15 1 50" 12. D. Boyce 10 1 40Nov. 1. F. C. Palmer & Co. 1,034 " 0 601912. Feb. 17. Alfred Reid 15 bags. 1 75Mar. 7. W. P. Peters 24 ** 1 80" 19. J. Y. Parkhill 17 " 1 85" 22. " 125 " 1 7022. W. P. Peters 190 " 1 75May 6. M. J. Hill 30 1 65" 14. Jas. Redden & Co. . . 2 1 90" 21. F. S. Ferguson. . . . 33 1 75" 23. J. Y. Parkhill 279 1 771 July 18. W. P. Peters 10 " 1 60" 19. St. V. de Paul Penity 50 " 1 35" 30. J. Y. Parkhill 30 brl. 4 25Aug. 12. J. R. Henderson. . . . 20 3 75** 24. W. A. Height 10 bu. 1 00" 24. Grant Pyke 50 " 1 00" 31. Geo. Curl 12 bags. 1 00Sept. 5. Allan German . . . . 20 " 1 00" 10. J. Y. Parkhill 26 44 i 00Nov. 16. H. Wallace 9 44 0 95" 16. Alva Emberly 8 " 1 00" 20. C. H. Spooner .. .. 102 " 0 9526. Harris Abattoir Co. 598 " 0 95Date. Name. Quantity. Price. 1913. Mar. 7. A. Maclean . . . . 24 " 1 10" 12. J. Y. Parkhill. . . 30 " 1 00" 18. W. P. Peters. . . . 30 " 1 00" 22. " . . . . 30 " 1 00" 28. A. Maclean . . . . 100 " 0 90April 14. W. J. Crothers & Co. 100 " 0 90** 24. W. P. Peters. . . . 600 " 0 88July 26. T. D. Creighton.. 103 bu. 1 25" 29. J. Y. Parkhill. .. 10 brl. 3 60" 30. J. D. Creighton. . 193 bu. 1 00" 31. J. R. Henderson.. 20 " 1 10Aug. 5. J. Y. Parkhill . . . 10 brl. 3 00" 9. Sydney Parks . : 24 bu. 1 00** 9. C. O. Keeler. . . . 10 " 1 00" 9. H. Ball 123 " 1 00" 16. C. O. KeelCr.. .. 10 " 1 00" 16. Bruce Henderson. 25J " 0 95Oct. 18. Elmer Clyde.. .. 40 bags. 0 85" 25. " . . . . 17 " 0 85" 17. W. A. Potter. . . . 29 " 0 85Nov. 1. W. McNeely. . . . 31 " 0 90Oct. 15. Elmer Clyde. . . . 14 " 1 00Nov. 15. " . . . . 17 " 1 00" 15. David Fink. . . . 20 " 0 90" 15. Frank Joyner. . . 15 " 0 90" 20. " . . . . 31 " 0 90" 22. " . . . . 38 " 0 90Dec. 6. Damon Amey. . . 12 " 0 95" 6. J. C. Rogers. . . . 9 " 0 95" 12. J. F. Nolton 30 " 1 00" 18. T. A. Kerr . . . . 71 " 1 00" 30. " . . . . 120 " 1 001914. Jan. 23. T. A. Kerr. . . . 107 " 1 00" 23. Wm. Gashman . . 43 " 1 00" 23. " . . 44 " 1 00Mar. 18. T. A. Kerr. .. . 300 " 1 00_*.pril 14. J. Y. Parkhill (seed) 50 " 1 25" 15. Geo. Irvine . . . . 15 " 1 00" - " ... 14 *' 1 00May 4. A. Mac an . . . 30 " 1 00" 20. J. Y. Parkhill & Co. 75 " 1 45" 27. Hatfield & Scott. 455 " .1 25Aug. 8. H. W. Stover. . 10 bu. 1 00" S. Cortland Snider. 10 " 1 10" 8. Chas. Connors . . 161 " 1 00" 15. Alva Emberly .. 29 " 1 10" 20. H. Rcibnson. . . 10 44 1 00" 20. Roy Rose 4 " 1 00" 21. Jas. Redden & Co... 32 " 1 00Dec. 29. Benson Coulter. . 112 bags. 0 75" M. Mangon . . . 103 44 0 75Aug. 20. R. Clark 11 bu. 1 001915. Jan. P. Yeomans. . . 12 bags. 0 75Feb. 10. T. H. Watson. . . , 79 44 0 7544 T. A. Kerr . . . 168 " 0 75" - Alva Emberly. . , 46 44 0 75"
" , 14 44 0 75" 17. Thos. W. Kerr . . 77 44 0 75" 12. M. Truesdale. . . . 69 " 0 754. Fiscal year 1911-12, 43,777 lb; fiscal year 1912-13, 38,233 lb; fiscal year 1913-14, 30,115 lb.

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Subtopic:   PORTSMOUTH PENITENTIARY.
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