PRINTER AND PUBLISHER
Pacific Coast Printers' Cost Congress :-
The tritlters of British Coliutbia anti AlbertaN E W S IT E
will receive with mluclh i?terest the announcen-ient J
that a Cot Cstongress for the Pacifie Coat tStates andl
Provinces is to be held at Portland, Oregon, Feb. 22,
23 and 24. Maritime Provinces
Tlie two International Cost Congresses were heltl N. SB nowball has been appointeli provisio? al lilquidator
at points too far distant from the Pacific Coast to for the Miramehi Pulp and Paper Co., Chatham, N.B.
pePrmit of the attendanee of nmair Paeifie Coast The eity couneil of Fredericton, N.B.. aecepted the tender
ver iodicatio that the Port- wl in. M. Clark for the printing anildl tlat of the Mai l ub-
printers' Tlere is e?er? i!ltdication that the Port- ? ??llug C?o for advertising.
land meeting will be just as beneficial to thle con- Fire caused about $400 datmge to the stock of W. E.
stituencv it serves as were the Chicago and St. oouis Skille, printer and stationer, at St. Slrtins, N.B., on Dec. 29.
ineetings to the printers of tlhe iiiiddle and Easterll Ilr. Skillen had left only tvvo days prleviosly for a trlp to the
West Illdies. The loss was fully eovere(d by insurance.
provinces and states.
F. I. Ellick, of Omtaha, Neb., who delivered suci ?
a nasterly exposition of the Starndard Uniform Cost
System at the St. Louis meeting will speak on simi- Quebec
lar lines at Portland. Franklin W. Heath, Secre- L. P. Turgeon, manager of the Rolland Paper Co., Motreal,
tary of the United Typothete of America will de- spe?t the Chrtstmas vacatlon tn Quebee.
liver an addre-ss as will also nine representative J. Amedee Roy, of the editorial staff of La latrie, Montreal,
liver an address a wili aiso nine representative At?>t t? t> t? on Nei ?> L t ??
~Coas ~t prin~~ters.~ ^~w~s visiting lls Quebec friends ou New Year's Day.
oaste prlliters. * There will le a special Issue of tlle Sherbrooke Daily Record
Complete programmes are now in preparation in the near future, aititng to ftl rtlher the industrial interests
atnd may be secired from R. C. Morrell, Kilhamii of the city.
Stationerv & Printing Co., Portliand, Oregon. C. J. Mgnanl, editor of L>'Esetigement Primaire, has been
appointed provincial inspector of normal schools by the Quebec
"Financial Post" Comes to Regina
A further expansion of the MacLean Plublishing 1
Co., Limited, is indicated in the following clippirig
from the Regina Leader for January 4, 1911.
"Word was reeeived last night that The Financial Post would
immediately open ali office In this clty, and trom Regina, cover i,
the provinees of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Negotiations have t
been for some time carried on by the board of trade with the
MacLean Publishing Company, Limited, Toronto, owners of The l
Financial Post, and the out(come is that on Motiday evening Mr. i
Biirdett, commissioner of the board of trade, received a tele-
gram from the business mlanager adrising him that it was their t
intention to open a branch office in Regina.
The Finanelal Post is recognized as onie of the leading
finaneial journals. It aims to present tO its readers in a bright,
Ipopular manner the invest-ent and financilal news of England,
Unilted States and Canada.
"Branehes of this paper are riow establlshed in London,
Eng., New York, Moultreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver, as well as
In Toronto, where the head office ts located.
"*The opening of a branch office in Regina of a paper so
well and so favorably reeognized on matters financial as The
Post is a distinet tribute to Regina as a flnaneial centre and
will be the means of making this clty better known as an invest-
nent and financial point all over America and Europe. Further
than this, banks and the few loaning institutions not at pres-
ent represented loeally are bound to follow the lead of The Post
and establish branches here. Investors and institutions in all
parts of Europe, tle StaLtes and Canada will look more than
ever to Regina for their investments and the opening of the
office will give Regina more genuine advertising in the right
quarters than eould b1ave been reTeived in any other way.
"From the point of view of the proprietors of the paper, the
establishment of the Regina branch is bound to be a good one.
The Post will receive the support of not only local finaneial
interests, but of westerI firms and instituti,n. generally, andl
beirlg practically ill the centre of the vwest will be in a splendid
position to add to its business froin the growing points i
Salskatchlewan and Alberta.
"Much credit is due to the board of trade for what
hbas been aecomplished in securing The Financial Post for this
-ity. Negotiations have been carried on for about six weeks.
The proposition was presented to the management of the
joura,l tsoncige, businesslike shape a..d, as business ien, the
exe,utive o nsidered it a g.od inove to imm.e.l.ately open a
hlra.nh office in Regina."
L'Action Sociale, Quebec, published a spe(ial Christmas editiot
a Dec. 23rd last, to commemorate the third anniversary of its
A meeting of the Quebec master plrinters was held on Pri-
aty evening, 13th ilst., to nmake final arrangetments for a local
ranch of the U.T.A.
Hon. J. D. Rolland, president of the Rolland Paper Co., of
iontreal, has retained rooms att the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec,
uring the present session of the Legislature.
Le Cie Le C(anada Franetais. of St. Jolhns. Ihave purcliased the
.remises at 112 Richelieu Street, oilnd will utillze a paortion of
hlein for their publication and printing offices.
Ther mnllly friends of Renie Leduc, manager of La Libre
'arrole Pritnting Co., Quebe(c, will learn with pleasure that be
s colmpletely recuperated from his recent serious illness.
The tirst dininer of the season of the Associated Press of
lie Province of Quebec, took place at the Auditorium Cane,
(2l>be<, ol Jan 5th, and was givenl by Dr. Jules Dorion, editor
of L'Action Sociale, and president of the association. Some
twelve nmelbers were present.
The Press Gallery of the 3rd session of the 12tlb ILeislature
,f tile Province of Quebec is composed as follows: Montreal
Star, W. EIeadly; Montreal Herald, a. F. McNaughton; Mon-
treal Gazette, T. F. Lonergan; Montreal La Presse, HI. Authier;
Montreal La Patrie, A. Cinq-Mars; Montreal Le Canada, F. J.
Lamnbert; Montreal Le Devoir, J. B. Dumont; Quebec Daily
Telegraph, J. Davies; Quebec Chronicle, T. Dunn; Quebec ,e
Soleil, V. Desjardins; Quebec L'Action Soclale, U. Tremblay;
Quebec L'Evenement, D. Potvin and L. P. DIesjardins; Qebec
I,at Vigie, M. Levesque.
B. D. Thompsol has joined the biusiness staff of the Heraldl.
Fire damaged the plant of B. Plow & Co., printers and
b.ookbinders, on December 27.
Alonzo Ryan, a well-know-n iewspaper rtoonist, committed
sulicide in Montreal on Januetry 7th.
Frank McHugh, for 34 years City Hall reporter for the
Ierald, has joined thle Sazette strff.
C. Hanratloy, for mila yeirs on tbe editor:il staff of the
Mlonitreal Star, has been appointed assisttant city editor.
J. S. Brierly and John Taylor, In lcu oipany with their arehi-
teet, have reeently been visiting n ewsplaiper buildings in other
James N. M. Brown, tornuerly of tile Toronto World staff,
E. Larivee, formerly with La Patrie, aind Miss R. M. Roberts
l:4ve joined the staff of the Witness.
Mr. Ernest H. Bradley, sporttng editor of the Witness, who
1,bas been in the hospital suffering from an ear affection has
recovered and is back at his desk.
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