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11 w "OAGONET ON THE PAPER I FAMINE Writing in the Referee," Dagonet" says: There are certain matters that are better ordered in Germany than in these islands. The supply of paper to the Press is one of them. Germany from the beginning of the War has recognised tho imperial value of the Press as a fighting asset. Every effort has been made to see that the popular Press shall not be crippled in its work by lack of paper. Oper there the Press has been for the last two years the whipping-boy of fussy and incom- petent officialdom. A free Press and a vigorous and untrammelled Press is the first necessity of a people who value their liberties. Our great newspapers have prevented the War being lost. They are now helping the Allies to win it, and what has been their reward ? Newspaper pro- prietors have been treated with far less consideration than the proprietors of sweetstuff shops. There must be no further crippling of the Press. The Government, if it be wise, will spare no effort to maintain and increase the supply of paper for the legitimate uses of the Press. Give us paper or we perisli is the cry that goes up from the great high- way of the Fourt Estate. We are all trying to meet the difficulty by economis- ing, but economy can go no further. I myself am sending in my contributions to the Press written on both sides of the paper, except when I use old envelopes turned inside out. I have also soaked the labels off my medicine bottles, dried them, and written on the back. In addition to this I have turned up about two hundred old prescriptions and written on the back of these. The whole ot this weeks Mustard and Cress has been written on the back ot prescriptions for the medicines which have been swallowed during the last ten years by Dagonet.'

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