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avenue, Brooklyn, Miss Esther Finkelstein organizer; Negro Men's and Women's Branch, headquarters No. 83 West 134th street, Miss Irena L. Moorman organizer; Trained Nurses' Branch, hearquarters No. 505 Fifth avenue, Miss Inez Milholland or ganizer: Women Physicians' and Surgeons' Branch, headquarters No. 505_Fifth avenue, Dr. Jennie V. H. Baker organizer; Fourteenth Assembly District Club, headquarters No. 140 East 34th street, Miss Mary Donnelly organizer.

New York State Woman Suffrage Association.

The officers of the association are: President, Harriet May Mills, No. 926 West Genesee street, Syracuse, vice-president at large, Mrs. Arthur L. Livermore, Yonkers; recording secretary, Mrs. Nicola Shaw Fraser, Geneseo; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Roxana B. Burrows, Andover; treasurer, Mrs. William M. Ivins, New York; auditors, Mrs. Eliza Wright Osborne, Auburn; Mrs. Henry Villard, New York. Headquarters, No. 505 Fifth avenue, New York City. The association has 30,000 paid members and 72,000 enrolled members.

New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage,

The New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage was organized on April 8, 1895. The policy of the association is to present an unwavering opposition to universal suffrage for women and to advocate the duty of women toward the state through educational and philanthropic work and in appointive_office, and to pursue a cultivation of public opinion along those lines. The officers are: President, Mrs. Francis M. Scott; first vice president, Mrs. Fritz Achelis; treasurer, Mrs. Francis S. Bangs; secretary, Mrs. George Phillips. The headquarters are in the Engineering Societies Building, No. 29 West 39th street.

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Uruguay

Venezuela.

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AREA, POPULATION, IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES.

(Figures from Federal Bureau of Statistics.)

Australia

Zealand.

1 3 New 45Austria-Hungary

Austria (including Bosnia and Herzegovina) Hungary

1

4 5 Belgium Bolivia

Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua
10 Panama
Salvador

President.

Carlos E. Restreppo...
Ricardo Jimenez..
Jose Miguel Gomez.
Ramon Caceres.
Eloy Alfaro..
Clement A. Fallières.
Manuel Est. Cabrera.
Francois Ant. Simon.
Miguel R. Davila..
Arthur Barclay.
Porfirio Diaz..
Juan J. Estrada.
Pablo Arosemena..
Emili'o Gon. Navero.
Augusto B. Leguia.
Theophile Braga.

• Chili

34 China Columbia 'Cuba

4 11 Denmark Faroe Ecuador

3 12 Egypt

4 France

(Provisional)
Fernando Figueroa.
Marc E. Ruchet..
Claudio Williman.
Vincente Gomez.

4 Algeria

Tunis

Islands)

of

(including

4

French. Indo-China.

a French colonies,n.e.s German Empire..

German Customs Union 45 18German colonies. 4 Greece Hayti

British.

a 15 India, * Italy

Eritrea (Massona). 412Japan (including res cadores, but excluding Formosa and Sakhalin) 4 18Formosa Congo Free State. 417 Corea Liberia

Area.

1,139,196

2,974,580
104,750
261,214

$135.606
$125,608

11,373
567,643
3,291.416

37,199 3,729,665

18.691

43,641

44.274

49,552

33,776

8,170 292.743 4.300,722 435,278 45.881

15,592 118,627

383.899

207,129

343.629

64,633

256,255 3,576,676 $208.794 209,793

1,018,223

24,964

11,072 1.766,517 110.688 45,795

147.699

13.503 919.999

84.421

36,834

Term.

6 years.
4 years.
4 years.
6 years.
4 years.
7 years.
6 years.
7 years.
4 years.
4 years.
6 years.
4 years.
4 years.
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Service began.
Aug. 8, 1910
May 8, 1910
Jan. 20, 1909
Jan. 12, 1906
Jan. 1, 1907
Feb. 18, 1906
Feb. 8, 1898
Dec. 17, 1908
Sept. 15, 1907
Jan. 4. 1904
Dec. 1, 1884
Aug. 22. 1910
Oct. 5, 1910
July 4. 1908
Sept. 24, 1908

49,233,000 1909
3.081,000 1908
15,500,000 1908
9,782,000 1907

1,500,000 1908

Mch.

Oct. 5. 1910
Mch. 1, 1907
Jan. 1. 1911
Jan. 1, 1912
Mch. 1907 Mch
1911
Aug. 11, 1909 April 3, 1914

-~

242,287,000]
85,024,000
486,813,000

Foreign commerce.

Imports of 1 Exports of merchandise. | merchandise. $263,419,000)

$353,195.000

642,195,000
20,774,000
172,252,000)

25,119,000
298,200,000

5,629,000

5,812,000

2,754,000

3,000,000

7,807.000

4,241.000

97,551,000 254,456,000 13,514,000 83,900,000

190.711,000

10.003,000 119.818,000 1,088,619,000

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95,184,000

23.744,000

56,931,000

45.741.000

1,824.037,000
21,121,000
28.770,000
4.701.000

Present term expires.

417,799,000
562,262,000)

2,047.000

May 8, 1914 Jan. 29, 191 July 1, 1914 Jan. 1, 1911 Feb. 18, 1913 April 3, 1916 May 15, 1915 Feb. 1. 1912 Jan. 4, 1912 July 4, 1912 Aug. 22, 1912 Oct. 1, 1912 July 4, 1912 Sept. 24, 1912

196,311,000
8,503,000
5,131,000
20.365,000

966,000

302.302,000 77.351,000 457,819,000

483,744.000 24,038,000

214,300,000 21,685,000 222,026,000

7,758,000

6,756,000

1,859.000

4,500,000 1,827,000

5,896,000

116,489,000 178,446,000

14,989,000 115,637,000

165,341,000

12,925,000

103,559,000 974,791,000

76,104,000

18,172,000

42.121,000

42,990,000

1.522,849,000

9,797,000 22,701.000

3,479,000 486,079,000 333,748,000 422.000

205,730,000 4,630,000

8,371,000 8,207,000 884,000

REVENUE, EXPENDITURE, ETC., OF PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES. 469

Foreign commerce.

Population in 1908 or on] latest available date.

Imports of Exports of merchandise. I merchandise. 115,089,000

10,011,000

872,982,000
140,201,000

Country.

1 19 Mexico Morocco

Netherlands

4 12 21 Dutch East Indies Dutch possessions in

America

4 22Norway

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Argentina
Australasia:

Australia, Com-1907-8

monwealth of.

Area.

1910

767,323
169,591

12.741
739,543

50,282 124.705 97.722 635.135

683,321

35,499 808,107

50,715 8,374,001 144,249

18,756

18,650

195,000

194,794

82,135 172,920 15,955 1,153,500 3,327 121,316 2,630,895

3,627,557
115,026
72,172
363,822

Year.

15,000,000 1908-9]
5,000,000 1908
5,825,000 1908
38,938,000

1907

5,423,000
7.256,000

6,684,000

149,034,000!
2,975,000

610,000

137,000 2,330,000

631,000 1907 9,500.000 4,560,000

Revenue. 1

1907

1908

231908-9)
1908

1907

1906-7

1907

1907

1907

1908

1908

91908-9
1908

1907

2,825,000 6.687,000 19,713,000| 301,000 5,378,000

1908

3.559,000 1908 24,082,000 261905-6 310,000 1908 44,547,000 1908 44,074,000! 1907

Dollars. 112,757,914

229,988,001

89,642,000 2°1908-9
8,190,000 291908-9
1,043,000 1908
2,647,000 1908

77,939,000

11,875,000 1,129,577,000) 92,044,000

4,408,000 100,803,000

3,930,000 31,077,000

25,771,000

66,369,000

2426,460,000

83,088,000 436,393,000] 73,158,000

4,905,000 14,212,000

27,854,000

167,858,000

20,670,000
163,194,000

287,020,000
135,245,000

4,067,000
2,885,608,000
557,610,000

1,311.920,000!
27.792,000
34,619,000
10,186,000

Totals

42.224,472 1,536,530,00

1 Figures of commerce include bullion and specie. 2Territory of Papua not included. Commerce exclusive of intercolonial trade. Figures of commerce include total imports and exports of domestic products. Figures of commerce include merchandise only. Figures of commerce include imports for consumption and domestic exports. Not included in grand total of population. Specie not included in figures of commerce. Commerce includes bullion and foreign coins. Year ended March 31. 1eCommerce of Canal Zone not included. 11Figures of commerce include general trade. 1Figures of commerce include gold and silver bullion, but not coin. Exclusive of Kiauchau, the figures for which are included in the Chinese trade. Trade with the United States is not stated separately, but is included with trade of "Total America." 14 Fiscal year ended September 30, 1908. 15 Government stores included in imports but nct in exports. Area and population include feudatory states. 19 Figures of commerce include trade with Japan. 1: Figures of commerce include net imports (i. e. general imports less re-exports) and domestic exports. Exports to the United States valued at $472. 19Imports through postoffices not included in figures of commerce. 20 Year ended June 30. 21 Figures of commerce include imports and exports for the govern-, ment. Trade with the United States is not stated separately, but is included in "Total America." Exports to "Total America" include $1,650,000 worth "For orders." figures of commerce imports include transit goods. Domestic exports. 23 Year ended. March 20. 24 Include transit trade figures for Maçao, The figures for Guinea, St. Thome and Principe are for the year 1906; for all other colonies they are for 1907. Figures of trade with the United States (see note 18) are for the calendar year 1907. 25 Figures of commerce include trade of Bangkok only. 26 Year ended March 13. 2: Trade does not include government supplies nor free entries for railways. The latter amounted to $837,000. Figures of commerce are those of special trade, in-cluding bullion, but not coin.

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REVENUE, EXPENDITURE, DEBT AND INTEREST CHARGES OF PRINCI

PAL COUNTRIES.

Revenue and expenditures.

Dollars.
113,465,553 1909

229,988,001

2,893,000

64,341,000

3,732,000

32,843,000 2426,387,000

106,926,000

542,300,000
51,215,000

9,595,000

15,006,000

36,535,000

153,275,000

4,541,000

1.638.356,000

30.994,000, 37,281,000 14,627,000 $15,253. 169,000 $13,489,029,000

Debt.

25,987,000

26,161,000

129,181,000
200,418,000

84,823,000
3,546,000
1,835,176,000
615,090,000

Total in

Expenditure.1 Year. United States

currency.

Dollars.
545,712,120

Interest
and other
annual

charges.
Dollars.
29,594,251

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1 Budget

39,343,079,476|

law unless otherwise stated. Actual revenue and expenditure. Est!mates submitted to the Legislature. No data available. •Approximate data budget statement not available.

Completed

in.

PRINCIPAL NAVIES OF THE WORLD.

1890..Nile*

1890..Trafalgar* 1892.. (Royal

Name.

Oak,

Sovereign. 1893.. Empress of India 1893..Hood 1894.. Royal 1895..Revenge 1893..Resolution 1893.. Ramillies*

1894..Repulse

1893.. Centurion* 1894.. Barfleur* 1896.. Renown⚫ 1895.. Majestic

1895.. Magnificent

1896..Prince

George.

1897..Victorious

1807.. Jupiter 1897..Mars

1807. Hannibal

1897.. Caesar

1898..Illustrious

1900..Canopus

1900..Ocean

1900..Goliath

1901..Glory

1901..Vengeance 1902..Albion 1901..Formidable 1901.. Irresistible 1902.. Implacable

1902..London

1902.. Venerable 1902.. Bulwark

1904.. Prince of Wales.

1904..Queen 1903..Duncan

1903.. Exmouth

1903.. Russell

1903.. Albemarle 1904.. Cornwallis

1904..Triumph

1904.. Swiftsure

1905.. King Edward VII. 1905..Commonwealth 1905..Dominion

1905.. Hindustan

1905..New Zealand

1906..Africa

1906.. Britannia

1906..Hibernia

1906.. Dreadnought 1907..Lord Nelson.

1907. Agamemnon 1909.. Superb 1909..Téméraire 1909..(Bellerophon

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16,500 Four 12-inch; ten 9.2-inch. 16,500 Four 12-inch; ten 9.2-inch.

18.600 Ten 12-inch

18.600 Ten 12-inch

18,600 Ten 12-inch

Building.

St. Vincent

19.250 Ten 12-inch

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Speed. Knots.

16.7

16.7

17.5

18.0 17.5

17.5 17.5

17.5

17.5 17.5

18.25

18.5

18.0

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

18.25

18.25

18.25

18.25

18.5 18.25 18.0

18.0

18.0

18.0

18.3

18.0

18.0

18.0

18.9

19.0

19.3

18.6

18.9

19.6

19.6

19.4

19.1

19.5

19.1

18.59

18.95

18.72

18.9

21.25

18.0

18.0

21.0

21.0

21.0

21.0

21.0

21.0

21.0

21.0

21.0

21.0

Grand total, 64 battleships 974.830

Second class. Authorized, but keel not laid November 1, 1909.

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