e owners i
EAMINGTON'S new paper The Gas City News, is beig
produce by three vigorous yu ngm M s. W a
e and Lane. Mr. e was tmarly connected ith
The Chattham Banner. The paper s full of nes, well edited
and 1oks prosperons.
L P. Kib is repoted to be riously ill at his home in
W. C. Nichol, editor of The London News, as been eleted
a member of the London Board of Trade.
Fred. Abraham, advertisng manager of Th St Thomas
Journal will fill the same post on The Montreal Herald.
W. B. Prescott has ben rlected psident, for the fifth
year, of the International Typgraphical Union, at the Colorado
. P. O'Reilly, formerly Hamilton correspondent of The
Mail and Empire, has gone to MGil Collge, Montreal, to
Mr. John Irving, for some yeas wth the Toronto Litho-
graphing Co., and hO was recently appointe manager of the
Montreal Itho. Co., has removed his family to that cty.
C. H. Macdonald, ho has n editing a little papr caled
The Free Lance, has in foming a joint stock com-
pany to carry on the busi of printing and publishlging East
Toronto, East York.
J. T. Robinson, who purchad The Cannington Gleaner
from t L Edmonda, now editor ofThe Canadian Groer, To-
ronto, about eight ye ago as bought The Berli Newsl the
late Mr. Moyers paper, an gone to Berlin to live. W. A.
Robinson, his brother, aries on The Gleaner.
William Jaffray, the postmaer of Berlin for 36 years, who
died Sept. 8, was a son of the late Peter Jaffray, who started
The Galt Reporter in 846. He became his fathers parter,
and, removing to Berlin, aftwars stted The Chronicle there.
He was appointed postmaster in 1861.
F L Iones, Ottwa correpondent of The St. John Tele-
gph Halifx Record, and other eatern papers, w, i iis said,
be appointd commissioner of patents in succession to R. J.
Po , who will be superannuat Mr. Jones thoroughly desrve
t psition, as one of the veterans of the Libal press.
Walter R. S e, bok pr of The Brockville Times was
arried OOct 7 in Tn nity chuar, by Rv Dr. Nimm to tMiss
Belle Fenell, daughter of the late John Fennel Mr. Sac's
as po n the staff of The Times prented him with a
andsome ak clock with cathdral chimes, accompanied by the
lwing cordial erapron of estem "Congratulations from
the staff of The Brockvlle Times, trusting tat our wedded life
nay be as harmon?ous as the chimes in this clock; that you
nay never get ru down, or want anything on tick, or strike one
r los the use of either h o had or have in your head.t"
Mr. and Mrs. Scace leftfor Montrl and points eat.
There has n b a lte dipute in Tilbury. Th orrs-
ondert of The St. Thomas Journal a: "In this rek' C
ue o T Times the editor says that his anar , ;ll,n . ...s
rnerte, agent Ald W. E Hellye, bookkeWee and Michael
K Nolan, publisher, all of Ottaa.
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC.
L S. Chanel, of The Cookshire Chronice, has gone to
Coloado owing to poor health.
A new Li l paperl, led The Protecteur du Saguenay,
has been startd at Chicoutimi
Th Gazette says that Mr. Beaugrand wll shortly transfer
La Patrie toa company composed of Mr. Tarte's i d fte the
snm of $3o,ooo. Mr. Oar McDonnell of Ottawa, nay be
Mr. Carter Troop, formrly editor of The Week, now as-
ate editor of Th Montreal Journal of Commerce, was marred
at Toronnt, Oet 7, to Miss Minnie Temple, daughter of Dr
J. Algrnon T ple, of Trinity Collge edical School.
At Montal a short tlm ao an eehi;h;r;tn at r..., -
ment: "I cease t h the poiticl d tor of The Cultivateur
I will in future be r such aicles only as shall bar
my signature. The pt on hieh I occupy forces me to take
this course, one whic I have come to not without regret and
and which will not be ternal, for I prefer journalism to Pariia-
THE MARITIME PROVINCES.
The Chatham, N.B., Wld has ben enlarged.
The Halifax Momi ngChrotnicle ues gas as motive power.
J. H. Bell has resg ed the etorship of The Summerside,
P.E. Island, FPoneer.
A. H. McCready, of TheSackville Post ha bought out The
Westmoreland Free Presa.
Hugh McInnis, cty editor of The Charlotteton Examiner
has joined the tets. He is one of the most popular news-
apermenn i the provnce, and his fellow crafmten waih him
The Bernck (N.S.), R r,ser was recently burned out, but
nanaged to keep up publication without missing an issue. The
ide of the buring building wa cut out to allow the news
ress to be removed.
Th Charottetown Daily Guardian is now printed on a
ottrell press, hich is run by an electric dynamo. The
uardian is the first paper in the province to make use of elec
riity as a motive power.
James W. Murray, ho r his apprentieship in the
fce of The New tG w Enpe, and wo fiunde d The