Production Here Hit Peak in 1930

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Production Here Hit Peak in 1930 - PRODUCTION HERE HITS PEAK IN 1930 Hamilton...
PRODUCTION HERE HITS PEAK IN 1930 Hamilton manufacturers p r o- duced a greater volume of products than ever before during the year July 1, 1029, to June 30, 1930, ac : cording to .statistics issued Tuesday by the traffic council of tho chamber chamber of commerce. Factories sent more of this produce produce to other cities by means of freight cars than ever before, the report shows. In 192!), local manufacturers sent 1)2,000,000 pounds of merchandise ever the railroads from Hamilton. This year, 58,878,931, or 29,435 tons were handled, an increase of over 0,000,000 pounds over last year. There were 4905 freight cars used, an increase of six hundred over 1929. This includes all bureau cars, cars made at the industry, and regular and way care made up by railroads. There was slight transfer of freight handled by railroads. railroads. The following firms participate.!: Advance Foundry company; Beckett Beckett Paper Co., Butler County Lumber Lumber Co., Central Foundry 'Co., H. P. Deuscher Co., Champion Coated Paper Co., Hamilton Felting Co. Estate Stove Co., E. H. Frechtlim, Co., Hamilton Castor Mfg. Co., Herring Hall Marvin Safe Co., Hamilton Foundry and Machine Co., Hamilton Lumber Co., Hooven. Owens, Rentschlcr Co., Horn and Kraus Lumber Co., Las-Stik Patch Mfg. Co., Leshner Corporation, Nilcs Tool Works, Wessling Bros. Foundry Co., and W. B. Wick Lumber Lumber Co. I Three railroads, the Baltimore and Ohio, the Erie, and the Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, hauled freight to 24 states and 118 cities. Ohio received the greater part of the products with Indiana second, and Pennsylvania t'.nd Illinois a close third and fourth The above report was mado by tho package car service bureau of tho traffic council. The executive committee of the traffic council is cpmposed,of H. T. Ratliff, chairman li. A. Ross, vice chairman; D. L. Mitchell, F. J. Becker, treasurer; H. R. Black, and W. A. Kohler. The committeo in charge of making making the rep-ort was Arthur F. Do- reniusch, chairman, Frank J. Becker Becker and Harry A. Ross. County Delinquent Tax List Year 191(1 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 192 r . 1926 1927 192S 1925 Real 30,252.95 35,208.88 48,981.21 72,191.58 -94,175.91 12S.S10.SG 104,842.58 229,132.57 202,790.67 283,162.11 344,155.43 Personal 32,207.20 41,525.30 50,465.01 69,711.22 84,166.96 97,620.34 117,137.17 135,775.13 157,140.00 155,353.07 198,489.53 . Total 02,490.15 70,734.18 99,440.22 141,902.80 178,342.87 226,431.20 281,979.75 304,907.70 419,939.67 438,515.18 542,644.90 Boost For Heat Wave!

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 29 Jul 1930, Tue,
  3. Page 16

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