Fair Trade, November 30, 1888

Fair Trade

November 30, 1888

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Fair-Trade (Newspaper) - November 30, 1888, London, Middlesex registered for] A Weekly Journal Devoted to Home Trade and Industry. [Transmission Abroad. Vol. IV.-No. 164. LONDON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1888. Price One Penny. Chart of the World PRINTED ON LARGE SHEET, 40 x 25, IN COVER. PRICE ONE SHILLING. JPntolished lay EF^ITSTOH^LM WILSON & Co., Royal Exchange, London, To be had of all Booksellers and Bookstalls, or by post, for Fourteen Stamps, from the Secretary of ^The. National Fair-Trade League, 23, Cockspur Street, London; Secretary of the British Union, Manchester; or from the Publishing Office of FAIR-TRADE, 188, Fleet Street, E.C. ' ' � -- - -� � � This Chart presents in a most unique. form a vast amount of valuable information hitherto only obtainable by laborious search in the confusing pages of several different Statistical Abstracts. It presents in a single sheet all the information at present available as, to area, population, public debt, revenue and expenditure, mercantile marine, foreign trade, agricultural and mining production, railways, telegraphs, emigration, &c, &c, of the Thirty-seven Civilized Countries of the World. One, Two, or Three years* credit, payable by instalments; This simple and economical system commends itself to all, and is admitted to be the most satisfactory method. No registration or publicity of any kind. Selections from genuine wholesale manufacturers, who deliver goods free. Deposit not necessary. Full particulars post free. Personal applications solicited. Offices-79, Queen Victoria Street, E.G. Branch at rai, Pall Mall, S.W. , BLAIR'S GOUT and, RHEUMATIC PILLS. THE GREAT REMEDY FOR GOUT, RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, & NEURALGIA The acute pain is quickly relieved, nnd cured inn few days by this celebrated Medicine, These Pills, which are. perfectly harmless, require -no restraint of diet during their use, and are certain to prevent the disease attacking any vital part. Sold by all Chemists at is., and qs. gd. per box. . . INFANTS' AND INVALIDS' FOOD IS THE 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. PREI'AREP BY NEIL & CO., Crane Court, London. ARMY AND NAVY HOUSE FURNISHING C0MPY- CAPITAL, �50,000. Three Years' Hire-Purehase System THE TRUST "-Y PROMOTER.  Trying to square the circle. The Furniture is selected from Co-operative Stores stnd at the end of a fixed period becomes theabso-lute property of the Hirer. The charges are very moderate. For prospectus apply to MANAGING- DIRECTOR, ao, REGENT STREET, LONDON, S.W. MADE WITH BOILING WATER. EPPS'S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA MADE WITH BOILING MILK. POTATOES! POTATOES! POTATOES! SAVE IN HOUSEKEEPING. 56 lbs. of Selected Potatoes ... ... �0 3 0 112 lbs. ditto ... 0 5 6 5 cwt. ditto ... ... i 5 0 14 lbs. Carrots, Turnips and Onions ... Q 0 9 Apples, Cooking, per Half Bushel ... 0 3 6 Any of the above delivered Carriage Paid (Bags free) within 12 miles of St. Paul's, for Cash on delivery. Address: F, GREEN, Potato Salesman, LEADENHALL BUILDINGS, LONDON, E.C. Chart of the !SToi?lcl. oi^iisriorsrs of the i�k.esw. Manchester Courier:-" Contains the most authentic information procurable. For purposes of reference invaluable." Newcastle Daily Chronicle:-"This valuable chart is most convenient for information and reference." ^ Bristol Mercury :-" This chart must represent a vast amount of labour, and affords the politician means of comparison from various points of view." Morning Post:-"The chart contains much useful information relative to area, population, public debt, imports, exports, and commercial matters generally." . Glasgoiv HeraldAn excellent statistical chart of the civilized world. It is a wonderful and most useful compilation." OraVIOlVS OF COMPETENT JUDGES. Mr. J. Chamberlain, M.P., writes:-"The figures in the Chart seem to be well arranged, and are at the same time both striking and useful." The Marquis of Exeter writes:-"Your Chart appears to me to be very complete^ and I am sure that it will be most useful as a reference, and save a vast deal of trouble in hunting through Blue Books." Mr. W. E. Gladstone, M.P., writes :-�" Your Chart appears to be very well constructed, and must, if accurate (which I cannot doubt), prove to be of great utility." Sir W. II. Houldsworth, M.P., writes I think it will be most useful. It is exactly what I am often wanting to refer to." Lord Derby writes:-"I have examined your Chart, which seems likely to be of much use." Sir j. fergusson, M.P., writes :-" Thanks for the copy of your valuable tables and the convenient form of a Chart." Lord R. Churchill, M.P., writes:-"I have to thank� you for your very interesting statistical Chart." Lord Roskbery writes :-" I beg to thank you for your very interesting Chart.'* . Sir John Lubbock, M.P., writes :-" It looks very useful." Viscount Torrinc.ton writes:-"Thanks for this most useful compilation, which must have cost a considerable.amount of labour." Colonel Howard-Vincent writes :--" Thanks for your valuable statistical Chart. It is very interesting." Mr. If. R. Farquharson, M.P., writes" It is really exceedingly interesting, and placing the figures in juxtaposition makes them all the more striking. I am sure the Chart will be useful." Mr. W. Farrer Ecroyd writes :-" It is a very compact and convenient manual of valuable information, and must be exceedingly useful." ;