Nlp!Vli NOTES SWEDEN. At the f ictorv of Gillblad 2 Co. Goth-cnburj; Goth-cnburj; tlio sawing machine are inn by electricity. An alderman of Malmo has received in uiiiitjii's $24,1SI,71 during the last ten years. Uiiusiially laige (juanties of herring have, been caught along the southwest cost of Sweden this fall. A new stamped euvelope to tlto vaiue of 2 ore a little over !a'eent will soon be issued by the post eiliee department, Dec. the IS, (he Independence Beige of llusseis stated that Sweden and Korway are preparing to enter the German Anti-Protection Anti-Protection League. Darl Aurivillius who has been gathering gather-ing zoological specimens on the Sunda Island has returned with a rich collection collec-tion which will be distributed between Cpsola and the national museum of Natural History. F. A. Kjolliu of Stromstad. and three other .'"wedes saved the crew of au Eng, lish vessel off Capa Horn over a year ago, and the British government now awarded them gold medals for generosity generosi-ty and humanity. The sheriff of Maatiharjn, Fiuland) bought an old violins which carried the signilieeht inscription Antouius anno 1713. A soldier brought it back from ilia last Turkish war. Tho gifts to those who were left destitute des-titute by the fire at Umea have been pouring in so richly that the authorities authori-ties havo deeuled to put a surplus of 1 15,000 into a permanent fund the inter, est of which shall go to the poor. This plan has however met with a good deal of opposition from those for whome the mousy was originally intended, Duriiig tho years 187189 85 jewish men were married to Christian women and 45 Christian men to Jewish women, which makes K!0 mixed mariiages of Uiis character in all. During the same period the unmber of pure jewish marriages happens to be exactly the same, or 130. These figures show that thereis a strong tendency towards amalgamation amal-gamation of the two nationalities. Crown Princess who has gone to Kpypt for the improvement of hei health arrived at Cairo Nov. 15 and was received re-ceived in a cordial manner by the Khe-l'jsx-of Egypt. She is stopping at the iT&'ha lintel where the queen of Austria is a'ijo spending the winter. Th9 health of the princess is improving. The manufacturers of Sweden do not seem to be eery enthusiastic abont their representation at the Chicago World's Fair. The government has scent a circular cir-cular U.Bi0st4f them, and out of 1901 answers "only 140 answers were in favor of representation while 1745 were em-jpbatically em-jpbatically against it. The general Akjer tion is the great risks, and the heavy expenses of transportation. NOF.WAT. AlC2Si4er Kielland, tho great author has been e.ected mayor, of Stavanger. The Chrittmas, nnmber of the Folliet bladet contains Bjarnson'e peace hymn i vFith a full .page picture of the poet, &d also of Ueurik Tbsan. Jsorway first pork packing establishment establish-ment is now in operation near Christi. anis . It ebems to be provided with all modern improvements the process ef transforming a live porker to pork and bacon and lard being essentially the same with that of t'le American packing houses. It will take abont f 152,000 to rnn the city of Cl.tistiania daring the year to come. About two third"? of this amount will have to be covered by taxation. The city indebtedness amounts lo the million mil-lion dollars, aud it is under consideration considera-tion to borrow another million with which to build new common schools, a hospital, a hospital for the insane and to provide public play gronds. The Aftonblakt of Stocholtn con tains e, communication from Bjorostjerne Bjornson warmly protesiing against his being charged with entering eatred of Sweren or of having tven aroused such feefinns. Jo the best of my knowledge he writes, I have not once in my poetical or prosa writings ex-pres ex-pres ed myself or spoken in an improper impro-per or hateful manner about the Swedish Swe-dish people and why shcnld I do is I .love it and some of my best friends are Swede?. Only by mivepresentatious, ha euuiinnes.have his utterances been construed in such a way as to give color col-or ta the insinuation thatihe hates Sweden Swe-den - DENMARK. fader the Saw is the title of a play in three sets written by Edwiird Brando. r.iftg George of Greece has bought a do7n of pictures at Copenhagen and i resented them, to the art gallery of Athens. Dr. RaV.fU of HouibJ has published a large illustrated work on America before be-fore Columbus, particularly the civilized civili-zed States. ThepriC(in nearly all articles of food are ra-ang and people of small means look Into the f .tnre with dismay. At a local election near Svendburg oaiy ouo man came to the polls and votrvl for fonr candidates for different oilii, and they were all declared nnani-rnoty nnani-rnoty elected" E. Sorenseu ihe editor of the Kolding Folkeblod has entered a damage snit against the Viborg Atntstideude Mr. Sorenseu eclipse even our Donnelly be asks for a round million crowns or $270,000 damages.