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Fair-Trade (Newspaper) - September 28, 1888, London, Middlesex Registered for] A Weekly Journal Devoted to Home Trade and Industry. [Transmission Abroad. Vol. III.-No. 155. LONDON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1888. Price One Penny. RUPTURES CURED. G-urney's Patent Self-Ad justing Automatic Soft Bnbber Pad Truss. kbj't in Stuck. Full description on receipt of stamped direct'd envelope, � .- F. GUHNEY & Co., j 22, Woodstock St., Oxford St., London, W. \ INFANTS' AND INVALIDS' FOOD IS THB BEST FOR Infants, Invalids, and the Aged. Babies fed with it thrive equal to those nourished by the mothers. Mothers that take it nourish their Babies as well as themselves. TRY A SAMPLE Id. PACKET. prepared by NEIL & CO., Crane Court, London. political economy of agriculture. a short treatise on the land question. V The present Depression in Agriculture, and its Effect oh Trade. Discussing various remedies proposed, and whether Free Trade, Fair-trade, or Protection is best for the " , � Community. BY E. BRANDRAM JONES. RIDGWAY AND CO., 169, PICCADILLY, S.W. ENGLAND'S FOLLY A Paper read before the Silk Section of the Jubilee Exhibition, at Manchester, Oct. 21, 1887, by S- O XJ IST L I P P E L I S T E ZE^3 High Sheriff of Yorkshire," President of the National Fair-Trade League. Revised and Enlarged. Price Threepence. National Fair-Trade League, 23, Cockspur Street, S.W. '54 PP.j price 3^. 6J., bound in cloth. secrets OF national finance. HENRY by CHAYTOK. Originally contributed to the columns of Fair-Trade, and tt^nv revised and enlarged. '. CONTENTS. for all." Live and Untile Introduction . . t HATTERS, I.-Free-Trade let live . II.-Agriculture. . . . . . 1(1.-Manufactures . . IV.--Foreign Commerce . . . . ,-V.:-The-Case of. the free Traders VI.- Free Trade means extra risk in War...... �-VII. -Protection . . VI11.-Protected can undersell protected Nations in. �Markets of the World . � IX. -Labour '., �-','� X - Population and Emigration . XI.-Machinery and its .Consequences   XU.-Land . . . . XI11-Statistics . . . . XIV.-Taxation  . � . . ... XV. - Rules for Taxation . XVI. -Taxation of Personal Property XVI L-Payment of Indirect Taxes through Working Men . XVIII.-Resto;eoir Import Duties XIX. --Business Principles should be applied to National Finance . XX.-Ireland ' -. . . . .: XXI.-Over-Trading. �''..' . XXII. --Limited Liability ' ... .. - XXII L-Lank and Savings Deposits , XXIV-Trade Unions . . XXV.- The .Cheap Loaf . XXVI.-The Co-operative Stores XXVIL-Gold and Silver . XXVIII.-Evidence of Nations j'AOl-S 1-4 16 -/ 7 "'5 �20 "3* >7 -I t .4 5 4^ 49 56 57-5') (>�> (.: 63 .70 71-73 79 84 85 h 9" 93 9,4 . 97;99 100.-104 105-114 11 s -117 11 -j 12 2 125 12.9 its 136-i.(.o 121, 124 139 London : Published by W. II. ALLEN" 13,,Waterloo Place, S.W. & CO., THE MODERN ARMADA WITH A DIF.FEKENCE. 454 PP. I price (for presentation to Clubs, &c), 5s. THE NATIONAL SYSTEM political'economy by FRIFDRICH LIST. 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