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Boston Post

There is a great peril to labor interests in this country in the ultimatum which the United States commissioners at Paris, under orders from Washington, are forcing upon Spain. It is not an imaginary danger, such as that over which Senator Lodge makes merry, of the emigration of the Philippine Malays en masse to our shores. It is not the introduction of this cheap labor in our shops and factories here in the United States. But it is the opportunity, of which the great trusts and combinations will not be slow to avail themselves, of exploiting this cheap labor in competition with labor on this continent.—Boston Post.

Saturday, November 19, the battleships Oregon and Iowa resumed their voyage to Honolulu, Captain Barker, commanding the Oregon, and the senior officer of the expedition, having notified the navy department that his little squadron sailed that day from Rio for Montevideo, where another stop will be made for coal.

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