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The New YORK JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL BULLETIN enjoys the reputation of being the largest, most influential, and most complete daily business journal in the United States.
Its Editorial Discussions are accepted as high and impartial authority upon all questions connected with Commerce, Industry, Transportation, and Banking. It ranks among the foremost in the advocacy of Sound Money and Sound Methods of Finance ; and, whilst non-partisan in politics, is unalterably opposed to all forms of commercial oppression and to all industrial monopolies.
In its News Columns it gives all the day's intelligence bearing upon business affairs, in condensed form suitable for the busy reader. As a member of the Associated Press and assisted by a large staff of experienced Correspondents and Reporters, it has unrivaled facilities for performing this service.
In its Market Reports, accuracy, completeness, and promptness of information are the first essentials.
It can be legitimately claimed that the JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL BULLETIN is the largest and most thorough daily paper of its class in the World.
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AREA, POPULATION, FISCAL AFFAIRS, AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRIES, COMMER JE, SHIP-
PING, RAILROADS, TELE ZRAPHS, BANKING, AND MONEY.
The area and the distribution of population of the United Kingdom were as follows at the
Man, 55,608 ; Channel Islands, 92,234; military and naval abroad, 224,211. Total, 38,104,975.
The estimated population at the end of June, 1898, was: England and Wales, 31,397,078; Scot-
The population per square mile in 1891 was 498; in 1881 was 448: in 1871 was 390: in 1861 was 345 ;
1,708,713 7,445,660 9,154,373 41.5
10,591,967 11,461,890 22,053,857
North America. United States. Australia. All Other. Immigrants.