Steet» —According to the London “ Echo,” King Iron is dying, and King Steel is preparing to reign. King Steel has invaded the shipbuilders’ yards, the boiler-makers are making a treaty with, him, and now he is conquering the bridgebuilders. The great bridge over the F «rth» is to be built of steel, and a large brid(g«j for a railway in Australia has just beenmade in Scotland entirely fromsted, He sooner iron-masters recognise the npr order of things the better for themselves,
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