HC Deb 31 July 1919 vol 118 cc2319-20W

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Agriculture whether advertisements inserted in county newspapers are, in the case where two or more are in circulation, given alternately to each paper?


The method usually adopted is to consult the advertisement agents of the Stationery Office, and to settle with them as to the more suitable papers for the purpose of any particular advertisement. Important advertisements are inserted in the chief county papers, and some are inserted in more than one paper circulating in the same district. The method suggested in my hon. Friend's question is that which is adopted where the circumstances call for it, and will always be kept in view.

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