British Columbia of to-Day (Classic Reprint)
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (15 Nov. 2016)
By: John Herbert Turner (Author)
The critic considers that M r. Robertson has overvalued the output of 1901 by the plan adopted, and had he valued it properly the product would be found not to amount to and, therefore, the increase over 1900 was not '25 per cent. As stated by him. I think, however, that this critic, quite inadvertently no doubt, has not put the case fairly. Admitting, for the sake of argument, that the value for 1901 was too high, though I don't think it was, the same condition applies to 1900, as the value was given then on the same plan: consequently, a similar reduction must be made on the output of that year, and when that is done it will be found that the increase for 1901 was really more than '25 per cent.
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