E. F. Mills returned on Saturuay froin New York City. Said he to The Register: "I sawsomething down there that I suppose you never eaw." "What was that?" "Why, it was an immense piece of American tin. I should say it was between bíx and seven feet long and about three feet wide. -It was exhibited in the Mail and Express windows, and is said to be the largest piece ever manufactured. That looks very much as if some American tin plate was being made, doesn't it?"