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le

nombro do publications

priodicjues paraissant en

des publications paraissant dans notre nation.

La comparaison

reste a notre avantage,

Franco avec celui on endansles

jugera par ce qui suit:Selon la derniere statistiquoil

paraissait Paris 883 publications pcriodiques

;

dpartements 3180; total 4063. La population de la Franco ost de 39 millions d'habitants environ, tandis que cello do la Rpublique Argentino s'lve a peino a 5 millions. Etablissant uno proportion entro lo nombre des habitants de l'une et l'autro nation, ot lo nombro dos publications paraissant dans cliacunocations priocliques. Si lo

nous trouvons que la Rpublique Argentino est prosquo aussi richo que la Franco en pul)lichiffre de notre population continu a augmentor dans la proportion observe jusqu' aujourd' hui, quelle nation pourra nous galer en progrs matriel et intollectuel?d'elles.

AKGENTINE lOURNALISM11' it

is

true Ihat mitliing so eloquontly serves to

gaugo tho gradetliat

of culture of a poople, as the

developmont of its press, it has no roason to envy the other civilizod nations of tlie world, inasnuu-li as croased, year by year, not only in numbor; but also in importance.tlien

must be

admitted

tho Argentino Republic, in this sonse,its

journalism

lias in-

This resultapplj' tlieirtheir aid to

is

the moro attoring for us, as

it is

woU

Is:no\vn tluit

our iulialiitants, as a

rul(>.

onergies and

intolligonce to commercial pursuits

and

onterprises, rather tlian loiid

those porsons who,

separating themselves from

tlio

general curront, dodicate their

time, talentsof

and social position to the tUffusion of sound political principies, and to tlie study economic and social questions which ariso and are developed in all civilizod coimtries.

Tlieprobssional jouinalisllias

10

inviliiiu' riiluiv

nota

lirinlit oi-

arnongst

iis, if

Iw

is

desirous oflio

maintainiiii' liis indopcnclrncMnlaft.

An

nnwcaiyingus(!

toilcr

iii

tlic

march

of progress.

has to

cinploy indcfatiiablo constancy, uiakiiigpulting inpi-ac1iciis

oC ibrces,

many

times supmoi- to bis strcngtli. and

all iiis

by bim wbicbTlierc is

no

otlicr

onergy and knoAvledgc in order to t'ulfil tlic nobl" niission undci-takcn, than tbo defonct of tbe riglits of the poopU'; calling to ordiT Govitii-

nicnts that forgct tbcir dutios,

mcnts in

and attacking social evils injurious to tlii; coinnninit\'. amongstus alargo nnmbor of journalists who, notwithstanding thc niany iiu|)dithoir pathand against whicli they have to battlc, in order to diseliargctlieirnoblo mission

honcstly, saoriflcc cvorytliing:triunipl of tbcir ideas.

futuro,tlie

social position,

and

tb(>ir

vory tranquillity oxpononts in tbe

to

obtain tbe

Tbe

diverso nianifestations of tiioiigbt bave,

amongst

us. tbeir

pi'oss.

In

tlio

staloniont wliicli follows will bo seen

variety of jonrnals issnod,

and

I

barl)our

tiio

convictionit

that those, wlio will undortakc

tlie

troublo of comparing matters, will be surprised and that

will

claim

tlieir attention.tliis

By

statement, foreign nations, will be ablo to form a just estimato of tho intelleetual and

literary progress of tlie R'jpublic.

In Earop?, and in other parts of

tlio

world, our .journalism

is

nnknown oven byUS, as we,tbi>

tbe most repnted and enliglitened publications, sucb not being tbe case witli

fortunatoly, are cognizant of every publication tliat seos tbo liglit

beyond

tlie liiiiits of

ilepnblic.1 Irave stated that

journalism lias progresscd amongst us, and tbis assertion can bo oasily in tbe yoar 1882, 215 jonrnals and dailies appeared; ten yoars by tbe foUowing: aftor the number reacbed was 45). Of tliese459; to the Federal Capital cnrrespond, 225; Buenos Aires, 92; Crdoba, 18; Corrientes, 15; Catamarca, 3; Entre-Rios, 26; Juju, ;>; M'udoza, 5; Rioja,, 4; S:xn Juan, 4; Salta, 8; San Luis, 7; Santiago del Estero, 5; Santa F, 35 Tucuman, ir, National Territorios, 3. After tbe FedeBuenos Aires, Entreral Capital, the provinees that issne the largost number of publications are: Rios, Santa F and Crdoba.eorroboratod

;

Tlie jonrnals issuedtri-weelly, 15; weekly,

in the year

1892,

appeared as follows:

daily, 95;41)1;

by-weekly. 51;

182; every ten days, 5;

fortnigbtly, 45; montbly, 55; tri-monthly, 2;

annnally, 3; irregular,lian, 27; Englisb, 9;

6.

Dividing the 459 publications hy nationalities,

we

liave:

Argontin(\

Spanish,

7; Ita-

Geman.and

7;

Danisb,

1.

Separating tbeni as to subjects advocatodagiiculture, stock -raisingreligin, 17;

we

fnd:

politics,

225; finances, 4; fasbions. 2;20; sport, 4; railway

hortieulture, 8; medicine, chirurgy, therapoutics, 9; spiritualism, 3;

bibliograpliy, 1; revolutionary, 1;

education, pedagogics

&l*.,

interests, 2; law, jurisprudence, legislation, 10; literary, 30; satirical, 11; tlioatrcs, 4;

law

courts, 2;

freemasonry, anticlerical, freo tbinking, 7; commercial, 16; conimunistic, defenders of the workingclasses, 4; Insurance, 2; advertising,

&c7;

,

4; statistics, 6; illustrated, 27; fair scx. 10;arts, scienees

geography,

1

pliotograpby,post-offlces

1; military and naval, and telegrapbs, 1.

and industiy.is

13; guilds, 6; evangelistic, 2;

Amongstnation

us, as in other parts of tbe world,

Franco

eitod as tbo

most advanced

anii cultured

as being the centre of civilization.

In comparing tbe1

number

of jonrnals issued in

Franco

witb those that are published in the Argentino Republie,Avith that country, as

find that

we

can compare favourably

shown by tbe following

facts:

in

Paris, according to latest statistics, 883

jonrnals were publisbod: in tho departments 318039.000.000, wbereas

total: 4063.If

Franco has a population reacbingArgentino Repu-

tbe Argentino Republie searcoly has 5.000.000. Keoping in view necossary

proportions as to the inhabitants of eacb nation,blieto

we cometo

the result that thetlii

has nearly the same number of publications as Franco.

numb.T

of inbabitnnts continesmati'i-ial

increase in tberatio already stated

what nation will equal us

in time in

and

intellee-

tual progross?

ndice de los diarios

y

peridicos

nomenclat.ure des journaux et publications priodiques index oe the publications

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Anales de Higiene PblicaArtes y Letras Anales de la Asistencia PblicaArgentinisches Tageblatti

MarzoDiciembre2 6

28 2825

19 1817

6416

*

444

Argentinisches Wochenblatt

14 7214 2a15

65 45 5217 17

**

8

Acuerdos de la Suprema Corte Anales del Crculo Mdico Argentino Anales de la Sociedad Cientfica Argentina

96 40 64

16la

26

17

Anales degentina.

Suciedad

lmal

.ar-

26 28

19

40

Bulletin Mensuel de la

Chambre

de

Enero^layo

CommerceFraneai se de Buenos AiresBoletn de las Carreras

24

15

322

JunioJulioSetiembr(j

Buenos Aires Ilustrado Bohemio Buenos Aires Buenos iVires SocialBoletn de la Sociedad Mdica Ai--

Noviembre

36 27 35 27 51 35 79 51

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40 292o 251711

28 4 4 4 48 4016

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gentnaBoletn de la Sociedad Mdica MilitarBoletn Industrial

17

Boletn de la Cruz RojaBoletin de la Sociedad FotojrficaBoletn de la

55 37 24 16

511

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4816

Union

luflustrial ....

Buenos Aires Handels-ZeitungBoletin Judicial

23 16 52 3o 40 30 45 33 34 21 24 16 28 20 2215

4 4 4 12 4 121

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Boletin de Estadstica Municipal Boletin Salesiano

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Boletin dla C. de Comercio EspaolaBoletin do Estadstica de Polica.Bolletno Mensle della

1

4 7216

21

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2416

Camera Commercio ed Arti Boletin del Centro Navalliana di

Ita-

40 29 26 18

31

64

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