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OF THE

Bureau of Statistics

LABOR AND INDUSTRIES

OH

New Jersey,

• FOR THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31ST,..

1898.

TRENTON, N. J.:
THE JOHN L. MURPHY PUBLISHING CO., PRINTERS.

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CONTENTS.

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PART I.-Statistics of Manufactures of New Jersey...........

Act Autborizing the Inquiry....................... ...........................

Remarks on the Growth and Value of the Inquiry ..................

Analysis of the General Tables—Private Firms and Corporations,

Partners and Stockholders, Average Number of Partners to

Firms, Average Number of Stockholders to Corporations, Ave.

rage Investment of Partners, Average Investment of Stock-

holders..........

Capital Invested, Value of Material Used, Value of Finished

Product .............

Average Capital Invested per Establishment, Average Value of

Stock or Material Ueei per Establishment, Average Value

of Finished Prodact per Establishment............

Value of Finished Product per $1,000 of Capital Invested.............

Number of Persons Who Were Idle Some Part of the Year, Per-

centage of the Total Number Employed Who Were Idle........
Industries in Which the Percentage of Idleness is Lowest, Indus-

tries in Which the Percentage of Idleness is Greatest.

Industries in Which Females Are Employed, Percentage of Females

to the Total Number Employed............

Range of Yearly Earnings, Classified Yearly Earnings by Indus-

tries... ...............................................................................

Average Number of Days Employed, Average Number of Days

Not Employed, Average Percentage of Unemployment During

the Year, Time Not in Operation During the Year Expressed

in Weeks for the Twenty four Selected Industries .................

Full Productive Capacity of Establishments Represented in the

Tables.. .........................................................................

Table 1—Private Firms and Corporatione, Partners and Stock-

holders, by Industries

Table 2- Capital Invested, Stock or Material Used, Goods Made

or Work Done, by Industries............

Table 3–Smallest, Greatest and Average Number of Persons

Employed, by Industries—Aggregates...............

Table 4-Smallest, Greatest and Average Number of Persons

Employed, by Industries— Averages..

Table 5– Persons Employed, by Industries - Aggregates by

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PART I.-Statistics of Manufactures of New Jersey-Con-

tinued.

Table 6—Wages Paid and Average Yearly Earnings, by In-

dustries ..............

Table 7—Classified Weekly Wages, by Industries.......................

Table 8-Days in Operation and Proportion of Business Done, by

Industries .................................................................

Table 9—Industry Presentation, Brick and Terra-Cotta ...............

Brewing (Lager Beer and Ale) ...........

Glass—Window and Bottle ........

Hats (Men's) ...........................

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Jewelry.. .............. ........................

Leather and Leather Goods ........

Silk Goods.......................................

Shoes ..............................................

Woolen and Worsted Goods ............ ........................

Current Classified Weekly Wages, Introductory Remarks..............

Current Graded Weekly Wages and Number of Hours Employed

Per Day for Operatives Employed in the following Industries :

Awnings, Awnings and Sails, Aluminum Specialties, Art Novelties,

Brushes (Jewelers'), Brushes............

Boxes, Buttons.......
Buttons, Brass Goods, Boilers, Bags, Braes Foundry, Bag Mount-
ings.......................................

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Carpet Grips, Canning Fruit, Canning Vegetables.......................

Cigar-making, Carpets, Chairs, Carriages, Coats, Coats and Pants,

Pants, Shirts and Overalls...........

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Cloaks and Women's Suits, Carriage Hardware, Chemicals, Clay

Shippers, Department Stores .........

Dry Goods Store, Electrical Machinery, Electro-Plating, Enamelers,

Engravers, Electric Light.............

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Files and Rasps, Glass...............

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Hosiery, Hats.........................
Hat Blocks and Flanges, Harness and Saddlery Specialties, Har-

ness (Winkers), Horse Collare, Hardware (Saddlery).............
Iron Foundry, Iron Railings, Iron Chains, Jewelry and Silverware,

Leather, Lapidary................

Locks, Lamps, Mattresses and Bedding, Machinery, Metal Goods,

Moulds ..........

Oils, Pattern making, Phonographe, Pottery, Rugs, Shoes, Saws,

Spindlemakers, Saddles, Springs and Axles, Saddles and Pads,

Shirts (Men's) ......

Shirts and Waists (Ladies'), Tool Manufacturers, Tool Manufac-

turers and Die Sinkers, Tortoise-shell Jewelry ........
Terra-Cotta and Ornamental Brick, Trunk Covering, Wagons and

Trucks, Watchmakers' Machinery, Watchcasemakers..............

Wrappers (Ladies'), Smelting Gold and Silver, Smelting Copper,

Rubber Cloth and Other Goods....

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