roy the elaborate system of news classification re-
y somne newspaers but this would be a good thing
spaper, and its patrons two. The newspaper that
i putting everything in just such a place is the news-
prints items like this: " St. George Society held its
mnthly meeting last night; Mr. Jones in the chair.
present (here follow the names of twelve or thirteen
nd the monthly accounts wcre passed." Anything
ake up such a newspaper is a good thing.
il, PULF' BARD COMINE,
.d A dispatch from Chicago says: Emulating the example of
the Standard Straw Board Company, the pulp board manufac-
turers have formed a combination under the name of the
National Pulp Board Company, with J. W. French as president.
ThI first pre list of the company was sent out from New York
rs under date of December z. The agreement is said to include
ss every wood puip mill in the country. Prices have been raised
d, to $4 a ton. It is understood that the new concern has en-
s tered into an agreement with the Standard Straw Board Com-
- pany wherehereb re shall be no friction between the two.
er get to press if ye don'tget a move
pge sith ?»
sat Montreal fire," is the answer.
Million dollars' worth of property
heading and fire it up."
night editor whistles up the tube and
The wonders in the use of paper and wood pulp seem not
likely to cease soon. The latest application of paper is for the
manufacture of large guns. Guns have been made from leather
pulp, and these are bound with hoops of metal. The leather
pulp is, of course, hardened. There is also a core of metal set
inside of the gun. Th lightness of the leather cannon is an essen-
tial feature. The principal aim, however, is to seure a material
which has some elasticity, so that the force of a heavy discharge
wil be broken gradually. This sees to be obtained in cannon
made from a pulpy substance. Paper pulp answers the purpose,
as numerous trials and experiments have proved.