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THE PAPER RESTRICTIONS IN. I FRANCE. The scarcity of paper in France has caused a considerable deal of trouble in the Paris newspaper world,. and pro- prietors and editors are almost in revolt at the restrictions imposed upon them. Some time ago the size of daily news- papers in that city was by a decree lim- ited to two pages four times a week, and this restriction has created much displeasure, in Paris press circles, but the prospect; of a further testrietion fairly exasperates newspaper men. Three of the leading joqrnals-u Figaro, Dgbats," and "Le Temps âannounce I their ,i^efttion of dixiegadiviianyde- cree obliging papers to appear four times a week with two pag1 on the theory that there is no real shortage of paper, which is squandered in Minis- terial oiffces, and in a variety of ways. If a further restriction has to be made, says the" Figaro," it must be sanctioned by a law submitted to the Chambers, and by them approved, otherwise we shall continue to observe the two-page- j twice-a-week arrangement, and defy all decrees. On the same subject the "Intransigeant". remarks that it accepts all the war restrictions, and since the press exhorts the public to submit to them it is obviously its duty to sea an example. â â -'1 J

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