Typo: A Monthly Newspaper and Literary Review, Volume 4
Trade Lists and Samples
Trade Lists and Samples.
Messrs Whitcombe & Tombs, Christchurch, send us priced samples of manufactured stationery.
Messrs Wimble & Co., Melbourne and Sydney, send us a well-printed specimen of their inks, with press testimonials.
Gebr. Jänecke & Fr. Sehneemann, Hanover, send us a beautifully-printed price-list of typographic and litho. inks.
The Liberty Machine Works send us an illustrated circular relating to their presses and machinery.
Messrs F. T. Wimble & Co., send us a circular stating that Mr J. W. Goddard has retired from the firm, and that Mr F. T. Wimble rejoins it.
Messrs S. Cook & Co, Melbourne, send us a sample of 54℔ pink news, and a well-printed pamphlet setting forth their agencies.
From the Manhattan Foundry we have a circular in colors advertising the « American » card and billhead press.
From the Anglo-Continental Export Company, 57 Bishopsgate-st. Within, London, E.C., we are in receipt of priced samples of strawhoards, and gold-foil paper, plain and embossed. The prices are reasonable and the quality good.
Mr W. H. Foden, printer, Timaru, sends us a neat circular announcing that he has entered into partnership with Mr F. Osborn, and that the business will in future be carried on under the name of W. H. Foden & Co.