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A DREAM.

TINTERN ABBEY BY MOONLIGHT.

\ NDO VON HOCHSTEIN. ."SGEND…

DOWN A BELGIAN COAL-PIT.

THE SALVATION ARMY.

COMPRESSED SMALL COAL FUEL.

SIR H. JAMES ON OVER-SPECULATION.

THE SUBSTITUTION OF STEEL.

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THE SUBSTITUTION OF STEEL. An important address on the subject of iron and steel in the light of recent discoveries was delivered at Stocktoij, by Mr W. Whitwell, pre- sident of the Board of Arbitration for the Northern Manufactured Iron Trade, and one of the leading Cleveland ironmasters. After tracing the growth of the Cleveland iron trade, and the recent decay of the iron rail manufacture in consequence of the preference for steel rails, Mr Whitwell pointed out that the recent increased demand for iron from America could scarcely be looked upon as permanent; that it was the result of the great prosperity of some of the United States, and that it would inevitably tend to the re-modelling ',d re-starting of some of their older and less nt furnares, now idle. The future trade of nd he looked hope- fully to, for it wo' lo to produce both iron and steel. not think that the demand for b materially fall off, but for plates is he felt that steel would be larf i. As to the use of Cleveland iro ufacture, it was in very great de and plant now or- dered would )w Vaughan and Company to jess at their great works at Et 0 admirably con- structed. Oth rere eagerly watch. ing their effc !ollow when success in every det: ished. If the at- tempt did nc eland would make Bessemer str d ores but in all probability ry way enable the ironmasters the Bessemer steel process thei and he added that steel thus ml led at the works of his firm, an welded splendidly. He had firm ture of the northern iron and ste lieveel that there was still great 1 them, quoting with approval a I I ther-leading article in The Tim: £ the subject.

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BLAENAVON LOCAL BOARD.

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ASSESSING THE DAMAGES.