Regular Feature, Editorial Reply
Periodicals | Sound, Electricity, Instruments
Responds to the complaints of several correspondents who have had difficulty obtaining the periodical. It insists that no 'respectable' newsagent will substitute another periodical for the Boy's Own Paper, noting that some 'class of dealers in periodicals obtain some very inferior papers at a very reduced rate, and naturally seek to sell what will bring them profit'. Boasts that the Boy's Own Paper had led to 'poor imitations' and urges readers to make sure they 'get what they asked for'. Also responds to several correspondents with queries about making telephones (a reference to BP1/1/12/2).
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