Maoriland Worker, Volume 8, Issue 307, 10 January 1917, Page 4
Correspondents aro urged to writ* fcriefly. Get a maximum of matter into a minimunl of space. It is rarely that room can be found for lengthy contributions. ■ Write in ink. Penoilled "copy" in.variably ends up in the w.p.b. Matter for insertion in the folio.vin r . week's issue should reach us ot lr.ter than Thursday. Onlj extremely urgent matter can be guaranteed publication if received later. The Editor cannot undertake to reply personally to correspondents. Write on 870. paper (broad sheet), nnd leave ample Bpaco between lines. Articles In conflict with or in criticism of the foundation principles and
accepted methods of the movement will be accorded publication under the head of "Open Column." Such articles must Not exceed 500 words. Personal charges against member., of the movement will not bo permitted. The place for the ventilation and answering of such charges is tho Union or Party "■eeting. Intellectual discussion and keen criticism, however hostile, will bo welcomed.
Address literary communications to "Tho Editor. The Maoriland Wobkb*. Box IaOO, G.P.0.. Wellington. Winn stamps aro enclosed unused MSS. will bo returned; but wo cannot undertake responsibility for contributions sent to us. Do not send communications intended for the Manager to tho Editor (or vice versa). To do so onLy invites delay. 11. E. HOLLAND, Editor.