Now that the General Election campaign has been actively entered on, our columns are elopwl till after polling day for correspondence uu the Liquor and Bibk>rending questions. Both subjects have been freely debated in the. Press at intervals over a period of many years, a.ud we have given the free use. of our columns. But at the present juncture, when the demands on our space are Abnormal, we are compelled, as has been our custom in the past, to insist that correspondence on the controversial subjects in question shall be continued by arrangement with our commercial department.
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TO CORRESPONDENTS., Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914