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Payday loan reform advocates say unfair interest rates conflict with Christian

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Title: The ocean carrier; a history and analysis of the service and a discussion of the rates of ocean transportation
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Smith, J. Russell (Joseph Russell), 1874-1966
Subjects: Merchant marine Shipping — Rates
Publisher: New York, London : G. P. Putnam’s New York, Chicago, Railroad Age Gazette
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rs to thefirst three and had an understanding with Thos.Wilson & Company not to run lines to the otherfive ports so long as Wilsons kept a regular service. The traffic with Ireland partakes of all theeconomic characteristics of that with the con-tinent, and is chiefly carried on by the railroadsteamship lines. There were announced for 1906twelve of these lines connecting Great Britainwith Ireland. Nearly all of them (two only arefor Liverpool) run from small and often unnoticedports where the five railroads have been able toreach the sea. From Liverpool and Glasgowthere are lines of independent steamers. The maturity of British industries gives lessprospect than in America for probable extensionof this form of organization in transportation. Thus far the British railroads have not venturedon transoceanic steamship connections, nor isit likely that they will find it necessary to do so.If it should be the case it will occur through thegrowth of some of the small ports, which are now

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Railway Steamship Lines 193 lacking in connections, and probably in harborfacilities, but the large British ports are so wellsupplied with steamer connections, and coverthe needs of a small country so adequately, thatwe may not expect much change in the nearfuture. EXPERIENCE IN OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES. The managers of the newer railroads of Europeand Asia seem to be as generally convinced of thenecessity of developing steamer connections asdo those in America. The Anatolian RailroadCompany loaned 0,000 to a steamship companyto enable it to give better service in the ^geansea. In 1901 the Chinese Eastern Railroad (Trans-Siberian) had eleven steamers at its disposal andwas increasing them; in 1902 the railroad had sixseparate steamer lines running from Vladivostok,some of them running as far as the sea of Okhotsk,but Japanese competition made this servicerather unsatisfactory—and it has since doneworse things. The Roumanian state railroads have beenoperating steamers from the Danu

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