CANADA: In & Out of Churchill

With window glass and chinaware, barbed wire and cutlery, fox traps, shotguns, steel work and woolen goods, out of Liverpool steamed S. S. Pennyworth (Dalgliesh Line) for the three-month port of Churchill on Hudson Bay. It was a test cargo, first shipment of goods into Canada's upper interior through the trade mouth that she opened last year to disgorge her Saskatchewan. Alberta and Manitoba wheat to European markets (TIME, Sept. 14). Last year's two test shipments of wheat out of Churchill, totaling 500,000 bushels, were wholly successful. The S. S. Farnsworth, first...

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