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Fair-Trade (Newspaper) - August 8, 1890, London, Middlesex 1 J 1 f 4 4n - J H I 1 7 - 1 r - - w 1 - - p r T 5 x 8 * 1 8, Democratic Senators have given notice of their intention to deliver speeches on the If the Republicans the Democrats to do the talking the may be got through in a month or six weeks without a change of the But that is long as the Democrats the passage of the Election and it now seems probable that the wiil have to be changed to get tire Tariff through in a reasonable and when the question of changing up there is likely to be a very time r + The Canadian Government has decided to again a number of farmers from different parts of the United Kingdom visit the Dominion the of reports the resources of. The is being by Sir C. the High and two or three farmers are to be selected from England and two from and two from I. The arrangements are not but it is applications will be invited practical farmers and that those who are F J that appl are holding farms at supported by a number of formers living same district will receive the Travelling be provided across and on and a reasonable sum personal expenses in Such a trip prove a very pleasant one those who may be They will not only have a seeing how agriculture is carried on in the different provinces of Canada and latest improvements in regard to but will be able examine into the working of the Government experimental farms which are established in the different parts of the is no doulH that the matter will awaken interest in the United - cotton B F ot 1 spinners are beginning to follow of other textile and of. the shipbuilders and raw in addition to having American he can Send all his surplus goods to of no more cost for freight than it costs to send the raw cotton to this country while he saves freight which are chargeable from England to the United A of cotton manufacturers at Oldham have accordingly determined to transplant their business to an in appropriate site where coal mines and have 650 - acres of land upon the line of railway upon which it is their several cotton about 600 30,000 spindles and 1000 They propose to take over to the States their factories instead of their just as the thread manufacturers and no doubt many of the hands they now employ will accompany the intended that a large number of shall be hundred houses during the first charters have already been procured supply the town with and light and The new town .is to be called after the native of the men who are furnishing the j 1 - u r as the chief cause for the general of prices from which the country has suffered during the last few the which hurts England most is that occurs not in England but because the remedy for it is not under our own it was the enormous influx of corn from r immense districts in Western America which sent the prices of agricultural produce a few and which was met in - and Italy by the imposition of heavy duties in order to own agricultural classes from But at that time our agricultural labourers had and they were forced to for the State offered them no remedy except in where it would been dangerous to neglect the signs of disaffection which accompanied the general inability to pay The displacement of. our manufacturing and the transplantation of. even a of them to foreign is calculated to intensity the effects of foreign an extent which will become exceedingly dangerous when it is found out that it affects our and r increases of unemployed people in this Will our still bury their heads in sand like the ostrich Will they never let teach to be wise in time increasing the talents his Upon his great estates some pf the best Congou Tea in was This of the richest men of the world a. but many of the other richest men have become rich simply because have had business and above their 1.:---i---.J. When the gong go to and when the boom go into Africa or any other Did Krupp hear the in: in and to pay the largest in by making big Thus the e of How make above axiom the precept As this week we have an instance in fares paying London Company eight per cent. of the in for when the was and the was an undoubted penny was a showing the way to As a tag to let the fact be that booms are only the ears of whilst the lowlier but broader level of remuneration for and is fixed by the general Fair-Trade of a days it is that women are than the members sterner We should be sorry to be either injust or dispute the modest claim but will only 1 ' ' * 1- T* i remark that there is one subject which discovers of logic in. both halves of With either when Free Trade comes in. at logic flies out of the Women $ Penny Paper ot 2nd rightly enough complains iX Some of the at the stalls in the Edinburgh Exhibition arc said to be and are a r 1 14' tkit this Penny Pa for than once declared Free Trade Why then does it object to buying labour cheapest - In preceding number of the same weekly letter from a rightly condemning unjustly low and saying The first instance I can give this is an excellent repository for the sale of in a in the and some of the members used to send eggs its well were always perfectly which p I ways be said of shop I used to be very glad to buy them and certainly never grudged paying what market I told a. lady about She asked the and saying that it depended on the she 1 but I do not think that all of they ought to them I daresay the ladies glad to get any price for My * 1 t T * other instance is this I was wearing one evening a lace dress jetted which On a having learnt how to bead like is teaching poor Irish ladies to do and yOu see they sell these panels so much than you can get I 11 (I t * 1T*^^J - * - 1 ich I had lately A. lady friend asked me if I had bought it. in ' No ' in some she ' I only asked because there is them anywhere I was much interested at the time in the letters and articles which weie being written on the sweating and this answer me could not help saying that it was most unfair to make the poor Irish ladies Work for less than market just because they were and that it was just the very thing to encourage the sweating So here again the lady correspondent's logicality pointed out to her that thus unjust treatment was sweating but stopped short of showing her that it was and Free is it not And once in the number for August 2nd, appears an article in which is quoted with approval a criticism by the late Miss Constance on some of Mr. Herbert That gentleman has hope in the peaceful aspect of our It is he tells from the predatory regime in this dependence becomes great and direct while mutual antagonism becomes small and this Miss Naden comments The sentence about the ' will move readers to a sad What is our peaceful system of competition but a bloodless in which tiie vanquished are not slain on the a more cruel death from hunger and live a joyless and degraded far more terrible death Kill Mr. Spencer himself testimony to Miss intelligence yet neither that intelligence nor his own have sufficed to show them how this war of competition was the lamentable and able of our Said we not truly that Tree Trade and logic cannot live together 4* 4* A J I low they made their money be useful the richest men in the The richest men in the not as inheritors pf vast estates and a long usually they are men of or at the most three are Others have been started by their or as the Jay And this week we have the obituary notice of 4i the for of the Canton llis the Napoleon of the trade of was reckoned worth five millions and his now went on YET another instance when Professor Marshall has given us the volume of a work on and for pointing out which AV. the nominee for one of the Metropolitan has applauding him The effect of the vitiated air and want of proper recreation upon the children in the large towns is seen in the circumstance nearly all the best in London come from parents who were born and there are hardly any whose grandparents were born in the Consequently no better use of public and private money than in parks and playgrounds in large in contracting with railway companies to increase the number of workmen's andin checking the growth of mammoth towns by fostering village has the Professor or his supporter reflected that it. and Free Trade that has ruined previously existent whether outdoor laborious ones such as or lighter indoor work as Why condemn the
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