Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Band 27,Ausgaben 95-97

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1889

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Seite 558 - Australasian colonies in proportion to the population than in any other country in the world, with the single exception of the United States of America.
Seite 195 - First, by the grace of God, King of Portugal and of the Algarves, after having acceded thereto, determined to compleat, without delay, this great and important work.
Seite 289 - The States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa...
Seite 289 - It Is bounded on the North by Venezuela and Dutch. British, and French Gulanas; on the East by the Atlantic Ocean; on the South by Uruguay.
Seite 380 - I have only eight spare women. I never allow these women off the gins. I am not alone in this respect; it is the general system. There is no change of hands except at meal times. The hands that work from 4 am till 10 pm are paid from three to four annas per day.
Seite 340 - It may be laid down as a general principle that there is no local inflammation whatever, the mere existence of which should prevent the use of wine, if circumstances require it. In two cases especially, namely, cerebritis and pericarditis, we find the greatest timidity in practice with respect to the use of wine. Yet even in the first case it may be required...
Seite 569 - ... insist upon concessions in rates or increased facilities, both of which are practically an amelioration of taxation. The difference between a State and a private railway is explained on the ground that as traffic develops in one case the public get immediate benefit from lower charges and greater facilities, and in the other the share-holders obtain a larger dividend at the end of each year's working. The railways in New South Wales at present...
Seite 384 - ... inspection should cease. In England even domestic employment in dwelling-houses, if any member of the protected classes (child, young person, or woman) is employed in handicraft, is by existing law under regulation and inspection. We, of course, would not go this length in our recommendations, but we are strongly of opinion that all factories, no matter what the number of hands employed, in which steam, water, or other mechanical power is used, should be under regulation, and that other places...
Seite 442 - ... expropriation for public uses shall be applied in order to buy that property. ART. 7. No one is allowed to make excavations, to extract or appropriate antiquities in the Ottoman dominions without having previously obtained the official permit in accordance with the present regulation. ART. 8. The exportation of antiquities found within Ottoman territory is absolutely forbidden. ART. 9. The permit for the excavation and exhumation of antiquities may be granted to private persons or to any scientific...
Seite 444 - ART. 32. The granting of the official permission to export antiquities into foreign countries, though reserved to the Ministry of Public Instruction with the consent of the Director of the Museum, is subject to the following conditions : ist.

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