Typo: A Monthly Newspaper and Literary Review, Volume 3
Trade Lists and Samples
Trade Lists and Samples.
Reeves & Sons, London.—A neat little pattern-book of drawing and cartridge paper.
G. Waterston & Sons, St. Bride-st., Ludgate Circus, London, E.C.—Catalogues of stationers sundries. Among these are Stone's patent boxes, files, and stock cabinets. Order is heaven's first law, and order's first law is « a place for everything. » With an outfit of Stone's appliances, any man may fulfil the first condition, and it is his own fault afterwards if the second law is broken.
Continental Export & Agency Company, Limited, 18-19 Gertraudten-st., Berlin, C.— Specimen-book of printing papers, colored and borderd poster papers and wrappings, writing and tissue papers, &c., with price-list; also, price-lists of bookbinders cloth and leathers, printing inks, and cards.
Adams Bros., 59 Moor Lane, Fore-st., London, E.C.—Parcel of supplementary samples of writing-papers, envelopes, tissues, blottings, copyings, &c.
Trischler & Co., publishers, 18 New Bridge-st., Blackfriars.—List of new novels. This firm was formerly known as the Hansom Cab Publishing Company. The change of title appears to indicate that this book is no longer read; and we note that the publishers appear to be dealing in a better class of literature, as the names of B. L. Farjeon and John Strange Winter appear in their list of authors.
Farrand & Votey Organ Co., Detroit.—A finely printed illustrated catalogue of their instruments.