Granite and wood-pulp are exported, and coal and grain imported.
The strawboard also takes the place of wood-pulp for smaller paper boxes.
Among manufactures, brewing stands out even more conspicuously than wood-pulp making or canning.
It is the wood-pulp industry which is at present destroying the Canadian forests.
Quebec and Ontario have unlimited supplies of spruce for wood-pulp manufacture, the annual output of which reaches 200,000 tons.
It has been used locally in buildings, but of late the wood-pulp mills get most of this timber.
Webster's father looked over the top of the wood-pulp screen.
Take as an example the wood-pulp process for making paper from wood shavings.
As has been told, the primary advantage of the wood-pulp paper was its immediate absorption of ink.
This work, or at least part of the edition—all for aught I know—is printed on wood; that is, on paper made from wood-pulp.