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Wednesday, 5 May 1920

Mr TUDOR - The prices of advertisements have also been increased, and they please themselves what advertisements they accept. If a Labour organization sends in an advertisement during the political campaign they refuse to take it until the election is over. At least, that was the policy of one newspaper in Melbourne, and the other paper intimated that they would only accept Labour advertisements if they were allowed to write them themselves. That is the way in which these newspapers take direct action. One cannot get an advertisement in the Age or Argus at the rate of sixteen words for1s. The price of these small advertisements has been increased several times.

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