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PAPER-MAKING IN SOUTH AFRICA.…

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PAPER-MAKING IN SOUTH AFRICA. I Mr. F. S. Malan, Minister of Industries, speaking at the Printers' Exhibition in Johannesburg, expressed the belief that South Africa was at the beginning of an industrial development which was going to have a far- reaching effect. As to raw material for the printing industry, the Government had been sending samples of all kinds of fibre to the Imperial Institute for testing, and had re- ceived excellent reports, especially of the tajibookie grass and wattle bark fibres. There was no doubt South Africa had the materials, but nobody seemed to have the requisite energy. Did they realise, for instance, that they were to-day paying people to cart away and bum waste paper which could be used again for the manufacture of other paper. There must be huge quantities of waste paper available.

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