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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS

F.B.L. asks, .'"lf an editor (speaking | generally) would refuse either a report or a letter for insertion if written on both sides of the paper." It is usual to notify that correspondence for publication must be written on one side of the paper only, because it is highly in-' convenient for the printer when the reverse is the case. Not infrequently correspondents quite ignore this, at the risk of course of their communications not being printed. For ourselves, in ■ the case ef-reports,' or even of letters when the subject is of public interest, we have often to put up with inconvenience, rather than disappoint our readers or our correspondents,-and so also we think .do. our. contemporaries generally.

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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