t a cut in wT
y, formerly of The Toronto
er of The Brussels Herald,
per confreres in th?e "Qua
e Mr. Woolsey purchsd T
creased the value of that pap
usiness management of The C
iempted him back to city lif
1 gain geatly by the manag
m experienced and viorous
ed a short ime The Digby Teegram has een resuscitated. It s very
It is now coen- w
and F. H. M c- The Haifax Chronice is shortly to pass nto the bands of a
hat the busines The Sydney Reporter has wonderfully improved, especially
onal lectrotype n local news, .
known as the lThe Yarmaouth Telegram, the Monday edition of The Her-
Limlted. There add, has been enlarged.
The Sacville Free Press plant has been shippe to Monc-
of The London ton, and a new paper, The Watchman, is to be published.
nquet, over 60 Tpe-setting machines are slow in making their appearance
prcsident and down here. As yet only one office in New Brunswick anid one
upied by Mr. J. il Nova Scotia uses them.
of the staffpre- Several papers are following the example of Onario pub-
ison, managing lishers, and are being issued at 50, 60 and 75 a year. But a
prprietor and god pper will always command $1.
The Amherst Gazette has taken a new lease of life and is now
Telegram staff published by Claud Black. It is one of the brightest papers in
is again back the country and no name is put on the list unless paid in
en City."l It isadvance.
he Herald and ad Yarmouth has three offices, two of which issue good semi-
e a great dea, weekiies and the other a good weekly. Now a daily is being
anadian Home started by W. Sanders, of Chicago, and H. H. McDonald, of
e again. The St John.
ement passing The Maritime Merhant announces that a new journal,
journalist lie under the name of The Industrial Advocate, will be issued