§ MR. ARMITAGE
I beg to ask the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies if produce is mainly bartered for spirits at Brass.
§ COLONEL SEELY
The produce exported from Brass in 1907 was valued at £72,100. The value of the goods imported, exclusive of freight charges and customs duties, was: Spirits, £14,900; other goods, £37,500. If the duties are added, the values are: Spirits, £42,200; other goods, £41,300.