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JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY.

Tbe last issue of the " Arizona X oker" containa the fallowing noble protest acft'mt jiurnallaUo mad throwing ; "We have been off -red 2510 l m cash and a barrel ; f wild plum vlnegir to pu'illsh the record of the m»n who runs the weekly further down the street, Whi c th?rc is no doubt H one mind that he is a b?gim!st, hora^ thl f , bnrn burner, and Aoacohlvt eympathisi r, we ooitain y k <on what 1 e'ongn to dro9noy.»nd wo poeitively re'aee auoh a bribe."

2 "There Is too mnoh mvi throw^g among the editors of ihe Weat, any ho w.They seem to have forgotten what id due to the position. If one of our doctors kills a patient by some mistake or other, the rest are always ready to swear Mm clear. If <no of the editorial fraternity n»':e a trip the rest are eager to pitoh into h'm. It should'nt be so. Tbere eboald be more of the fraternal spirit — more of the pride of profession. Thert-rore, while we are patfaotly sitiofi^d that t^e bald-hoaded, bow lagged, eqalat-eyed old coyote who culls himself the editor cf the moribund dlshrag eleven doors below, ought to be m State prison for lifp, we are not going to forgot what belongi to the amenities of editorial life".

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JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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