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THE LONGREACH HOSPITAL (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

THE LONGREACH HOSPITAL (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). Sir,-Would you be good enough to al- low me space in your valuable columns to reply to a letter appearing in your paper with reference to the treatment of Mrs. Cloughsey and family received on the night of Mrs. Cloughsey's death. I was a patient In the ward on the night of the unfortun- ate lady's death. I have been in public in- stitutions before and have never seen more kindness and attention shown to any pa- tient than was shown to Mrs. Cloughsey by the matron and staff (especially the matron) in this institution. Judging by Mr. Cloughsey's letter I should think this gentleman knows little of the out side world or he would know the screens are always drawn around any dying patient and also that easy chairs are not provided for the relations and friends. As a rule, our own comforts are not considered when the Ufa of one so dear to us is passing away. It,is njot good Jo hang over anyone seriously HI as tîils does not improv...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Australian Goods for Australians. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Australian Goods for Australians. ! To all loyal Australians it is gratifying ! to come across examples from time to time j of' Australian progress .> in manufacture I bringing Australia into line with the manu- 1 facturing centres of the world and making j this' great Comonwealth independent of tlie j costly oversea handling' of our raw, pro- ' ducts. '< -- i Such an example has come under our I notice recently in the erection of a huge j structure adjoining Sydney railway station. j It has been built for the well-known firm | Of Murdoch's in Park Street, Sydney, Men's I and Boy's Outfitters, and is known- as | "Murdoch's Manufactories Ltd." In the ! making of men's and boy's underwear, j socks, jerseys, coat sweaters " and so on, ] every process of manufacture, from jreceiv- j ing the wool in its raw state to finishing j the complete garment is carried out? prov-- j ing conclusively that Australians , can; by < care in purchasing Australian-made goods, I s...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TROUBLE FOLLOWS Neglect of Health [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

- ? ? i TROUBLE FOLLOWS . : I JVsglsct of Health The healthy man or woman is usually tho most careless, and fails to observe the little indications of coming trouble. However healthy a peison may be, they need to watch themselves, because a l'ttle indigestible food or a little too much food or drink upsets tho whole digestive machine, and unlc-ss Nature receives come assistance«, trouble is certain to follow; first, perhaps, by a Common bilious attack, and then other serious digestivo troubles. Tho sen* sible man or woman, however, keeps a sharp eye on the little signs of ill health, and takes a remedy like Dr.* Morse's Indian Boot Pills to aid digest tion and help Nature over somo obstrue« lion, caused by too much food or drink. There iá'no*better remedy for this pur- pose in this or any other country, and their ever-increasing use by all classes 0>f the community bears testimony to2 their high efficiency. The best advic« that can be given is to always karo »~ bottle of these Pi...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Football League. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Longreach ¿Football' Ueàgue. The .attention fof.foptball "enthusiasts is ditiectë'd"'.,ftfo''.-- the*» 'advért'is'ériiènt .-"appearing in this issue; .notifyingtthat',<he< annual gen- eral meeting of .the_league will be held in the Queen's .Hotel, pn.,Tuesdayrnight next, March' 3, at' 8 p.m. See àclvt. ' ' '"- u

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

FROM TUESDAY P TO §PR1L ä* im m ' DOIT m .<%iimm.ommvnmm>Qmm>omm-amma+ o.-»»i»J, HERE ARE A FEW PRICES JOB LOT BLOUSES ea. |LL GMDS IN OUR STORE GO RR E S P O N DIN G L Y RE DW C E P LADIES SHOES- Size>2 and 3 otó 8/11 pair. M^mJÎ* «.-&. Glowing am 2/6 I/ 1/9 1/3 2/11 2/11 \ t Usually 'Cream Damask ' 3/6 CKeck Glass Cloth 1/6 ^Floral Cretonnes 2/3 Cream Flannelette ' 1/9 Red Border Damask 3/11 Cream Madras 3/11 Colored Border Madras .3/11 *,|White Calico 1/6 JVladápIorij: 1/6 Dowlas % ''2/3 Check Zephyrs . 1/-6 ^ ..¿Pillow Cases .2/3 |PIain Crepes "1/6 «p obralcros 2/6 |40Jnch Fine Apron Linen 2/6 '. 1/11 36inch Linen ; ; ft 2/6 .,.; 1/11, Towels, v/hite and brown 1/ V i/ 1/9 v 1/9 VF (slowing Usually Bargain Voile Costume Length* 13/6 8/11 1000 yards Lace to clear 1/6 dozen School Pads 4d now 2d Hole Proof Silk Hose 4/9 Silk Ankle Hose Ladies Crepe de Chene Robes embroidered . 37/6 Calico Nightdresses Ladies Cotton Vests 4/11 1/9 Children's Dresses, asso...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Social and Personal. —O—               Dr. T. I. Wallace has been granted one month's leave of absence, Dr. C. V. W. Brown acting as locum tenens during his absence. Dr. Wallace leaves next week for Blackall, where his marriage with Miss S. Scott takes place shortly.       Nurse Scott, who recently resigned her position as probationer, on the staff of the Longreach Hospital left for her home at Blackall by yesterday morning's train. Saturday's arrivals by mail train in- cluded :—Misses McQueen (2), Mesdames McQueen (2), Hatfield (2), Doherty, Logan, Gordon, McCarthy, Brittain, Bennett, Mil- lar, Craig, McKenzie. Messrs Pollock, Mc- Kenzie, Clarke, Brittain, Wells, Logan, Scrover, Millar. Monday's departures by mail train in- cluded :—Mrs Clemesha, Messrs Porter,   Clemesha, Whitla, Payne (M.L.A.). Amongst Wednesday's arrivals by mail train we...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

f THE CORRECT HOLD.—It is always as well to know just how to grasp a drowning person and bring him or her ashore. This girl, who won a life-saving competition in Sydney, shows you. ?p ... t> * ? SIRENS.—This is what many country visitors will be doing at the seaside over Easter-time. Maybe they will be more conventionally dressed than these maidens—but what matters in the surf, anyway?   THE EVER-CHANGING CITY.—Easter visitors will see many changes in Sydney, but none more marked than those in Castlereagh-street. Many buildings have been torn down to make way for the Government Savings Bank and "The Sun" office extension.   i POULTICING A TIGER.—The wife of a keeper at the Man-   chester Zoo applying a compress to the head of a tiger.   The animal seems to like it.   MILLIONS OF TICKETS.—This represents portion of one day's supply of tram tickets for London's tramways.  

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Longreach Hospital.               At a special committee meeting of the Longreach Hospital held on Friday night last it was decided to go into the matter of necessary alterations at the medical officer's residence, and Messrs F. J. McKeon, A. L. Russell, and F. C. Longworth (secre- tary) were appointed a sub-committee to prepare specifications and secure tenders   to be placed before next meeting.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET Ryan Shield. ARAMAC v. LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

CRICKET . '"'- '-"o:- > Ryan Shield. v - ' ARAMAC %. LONGREACH. The Aramac eleven journeyed to Long " ' reach on Sunday last fpr the purpose of playing their Ryan Shield fixture against Longreach, but unfortunately several of r1- their best players were unable to malte the trip. The match was played on the Long- reach Show Grounds, and there was a fair attendance of spectators Mr. W. Schultz acted as captain for the visitois, whilst Mr. Glasson filled a similar post for the home team. The umpires were Messis F. King- ston and R. F. Creaghe*. Amongst the spec- tators during the afternoon were Mr. Mur- ray Graham (the member of the Hartigan team who injured his leg at Barcaldine, and is still under medical treatment in Longreach) and the member for the dis- trict (Mr. J. Payne). The game resulted in a win for Longieuch by an innings and " 95 runs. M'Master and Meares opened to the bowl- ing of Cork and the former skied to point and secured a single from a chance, Meares to point fo...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

><*mmo+^n4m*om»è*mn »(»Ji The Famous Murdoch Football Jersey ^««¿»¡ÎÏSÎSSSSSA^^^ ? niaaniDDi / S >UY from the MANUFACTURER !-for yourself or for the team. It means a QUALITY far above the average-at a LOWER PRICE. Murdoch's save you the Middlemen's profits. Rugby League, Rugby Union, and Soccer Clubs in every grade played in Murdoch Jerseys last year. COTTON FOOTBALL JERSEYS. Extra heavy weight, made from highest grade Egyptian grown cotton. Button Front and Linen Collar. 4-inch Circular Bars, Three-Color Circular Bars and Plain Colore. 100/- per doz. Plain Wh ¡te, 10/6 each. 120/- doz. WOOLLEN FOOTBALL JERSEYS. Made from the highest grade Bradford Knitting yarns. Extra strong, shrunk Drill Collars, reinforced Button Front. 4 inch Circular Bars, Three Color Circular rare, and Plain Colors . 135/- per doz. COTTON SOCCER JERSEYS, 2J inch Vertical itripec, 9/11 each 117/- per doz. Any make of Jersey or Colorings can be supplied in lots of one doz. or more. Send for quo...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Longreach Leader THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1923. Local and General. Foresters' Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

^ànQtïatk Jítabtvl i Local and General* : Foresters* Visit. The Annual' District Meeting' of the Roçk _ hanipton United District Ancient Order* of ...Foresters will -be .hëldj.thls. year! a% Long- reach, commencing on Easter Monday. The .delegates, will-.^arrive, pn Saturday, and" a .welcome smoke social will be tendered, to thern;..In the Masonic Hall on Saturday evening. It is some years since a district meeting of. a Friendly Society-was held, in Longreach and we congratúlate the local Foresters on their enterprise in securing a District Meeting of their .court in Longreach We express the hope that the delegates , will have jan :enjoyable ¡stay, and carry pleasant ménipriésr,of Longreach with them when they depart. The visit" will no doubt -be-of great-assistance.'to local Foresters. , Hospital Races. r The committee^ of the Longreach Gener aloâospital ?me't* -on Friday night last when .M» J^/^\-iMüK.eßhV occupied the. clialr. Officials were appointed" for Saturday's race)» and;I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

*>*»d*mrñ{* ?wv*1--*'tr -u* *«**K**. ws* #£w«^ ;P SURGEON tt^STIST.v .« ... ^ gmt ' ¿street (next Commercial Hotel). | PHONE 804. -Í4/$ >? ~ fïisgtàitàbùmk timm S L.D.Q«. f . BOLSb^R^mÄ W~4* I ROCKHAMPTON, x - - - Ü,äjtl,ce?:iAi:/!Jöiies,1"' F m^Bm^^pC^^^i^^iANJD SHARE '* " 1*1 BROKEftrjff P-noq/a ImEKBER BRISBANE STOoè EXCHANGE' I TelegVwnjMi<'ôgO'i^ , ê_«Jrr:.. J? rlri.. -rp1 .1 nfl_V.*3 . , ,-_ (jLONGREACH* ^C^ICKET1 'ASSOCIATION.^ 7 »l'HE Longreach Cricket Association dé- fi M sire tp thank the Ladies' Committee jf for thêiï^rflrbu^Wsslsfànîié'nirî^oVÎdtnÉ' ', and serving Afternoon Tea during the r Hartigan Matches at the Show 'Groimb*s.~,i . t ^ ERIC. H. GLASSON, X-3-^-%-%*l% a wah for' àtftatfbife&n|- ^ IT 'ENÖBl-iS-üre inviteä i * additions to the Medical Officer's I Residence J :át>itthW' t Hongr each p!$ibfa,\. ^ f Specifications may be seen at the Secre- tary's JDfflce. Tenders to be in hands of ¿Secretary by 4th April, 1923. Lowest or I any ten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

EdtóllACH ANNUAL SHOW. Wednesday, 2nd May, and Thursday 3rd May, 192& PRIZES "^?ries"clÀ«BB: 18tfc APRIL: i, ./ . ?^n.f «"is, J<J> fc w.» . fc» í« /Art. K. ' SCHEDULES and ENTRY FORMS OBTAINABLE FROM SECRETARY. "\ir-v^ « * *^vtF o'/LONGWORTH, 03,7 Secretary. .?¡a**}.- ? .'CisM-i --. ÍV?" «Íif-TfVvj v .:. ¿p.EÜ'.T J. Bright Lock ^-?v. * v-i- \.'~r'i Will Visit LONGREACH from MARCH 30th j to APRIL 6tÍi, and may be consulted at ' TÜe IMPERIAL HOTEL 142 ¿PfelRvS BEEF AND-IRON WINE Made with Port Wine, instead oí Sherry* THE BEST TONIC FO-R ANYBODY RUN 5s, 6d. PER BOTTLE. Keep a Bottle by you-Try it when your'e out of sorts. vii "wfipili ^ (FRUITERER, CONFECTIONER, TO- BACCONIST, SOFT DRINKS, Etc.) Desires to notify the ,*Publio that Jhe has to new premises, and is now conducting business in the old' "NEWS" OFFICE, EAGLE-STREET,,, LONGREACH. Thanking all old Patrons who have so splendidly supported him since the recent fire, and soliciting a Continuance of such Patr...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

HI..WV-MF ~j ^£*s v , L ~3 J it- j ? -í, -it* r: d: Mit le«; - ;.. ?*".*.?.%, , - (l8 years with Edkins, Marsh) COMPANY SECRETARY ACCOUNTANT AUDITOR LONGREACH. A N N O U N CE 31E N T. jöSbpÄ kenna & ¿Öi, Joseph Kenna, F.C.P.A., F.F.I.A., F.C.I.S. Harold F. Jones,iíA.G.P»A., A.F.I.A. We have the pleasure in * announcing that we have admitted as aL partner in our business, Mr. Frederick Hopping of Rock- hampton, ' formerly our chief clerk. Mr. Hopping is^'an Associate of the Austra- lasian "Corporation of Public Accountants andjof, the Federal Institute of Accountants. The name of the firm will be Joseph Kenna & Co. as heretofore. " Longreach Branch Office-School of Arts Building, Eagle Street. Phone 292. P. O. Box ,115.. Local Manager : Covniac Hurst, A.I.C.A. A.F.J.A., A.A.I.S., A.A.A. - d2 ajtóftttfe BÏÔ|. AERATED WATER and CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS. WISH to notify the Retail Traders and Hotelkeepers of 'Longreach and District, that they can supply Cordials and Special ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

>v irfjaf--^ W. H. HUGHES, .%' rX*^kSK. SINKER. -. 'i. v Estimates G^ven^foir alt-Ölassea of Work, . CRAKE-STREET, IiONGREAOH. ' FIRST AID FOR THE THIRSTY, i -OOQOO -ooooo If we were asked what was the best way to satisfy a 20 H.P. Thirst these humid Summer days we'd suggest a visit to the P Here you will find plenty of the tinkly cool drinks that quickly establish themselves as favourites. They are dispensed amidst clean and healthy sur« roundings, and come to you in al! their refreshing purity. What's yours ? Milk Shake Ice Cream Sodas Milk and Soda Ice Cream Sundaes, etc., etc. W hatever your order you'll get prompt and careful attention, and civility al- ways. Drinks as cool as an Iceberg zone-Ice Cream and Sundaes as cold-so smooth, so satisfying as io be the topical refreshment for tropical weather. How about coming in to-day-a Jen minute breather in our cool rooms will prove a pleasant inter- lude. n ooOoo .ooOoo *.;? COMINO BROS. Central Cafe and American Bar, Eagle Stree...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE NOTES. (From our own Correspondent). THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

BRISBANE NOTES. ? . \J * ? (From our own Correspondent). THE GENERAL ELECTION. If there is one thing more than another * the Labour Government can pride itself on it is in keeping its intentions secret. There is -very good grounds for believing that an early election was practically decided upon if not set, then immediately after, the re- cent Labour Convention at Emu Park, and that the question of an early appeal to the constituencies was seriously under con- sideration for some time prior to the con- vention. Though the secret must have beon known to a goodly number of people, it was well kept and it was only during the last few days that the suspicions of the anti-socialist organisations began to be aroused. A section of the Metropolitan Press this morning practically gave the jShow away and later in tlie day the Pre ^^mlçr made the announcement that the General election would be held on May 12th -' To-night's Labour Daily quite candidly ad- mits that it is n tactical move on the...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. Reporting, on tile Enoggera sales of jßlst instant Winchçpmbe, Carson slate":-5á00 sheep were pçnned for. sale1. The offering included consignments' trucked from Wy- andra,-Jondaryan, Bungunya', Brookstead, Pittsworth, Yeulba and" Dirranbandi. .The bulk of the »sheep were, generally of good nuality and included moi*e than the" aver- age peucentape of ewes. The market-ppqgi ed finn "tindJàs' sales .progressed values ha*rd- . ened n|tcl continued sb_ until t Hie 'eifel ^the market' clos.ing «very' fii'tli.*- -There was * a strong! d.eujand.'1'or all descriptions, ptfcln cipally*. 0r/pu.me ,quauj;yVK- Godel trade aYid ln'in^e*JJi1«ttbá£>^ealiséd-.*ïl<öm? Gd to G.? d''.per pound whilst"inedlum'ttlld InÎèrïorïtïeÊcrip J »ammaitmtumMfmtMx tioiis (for which the market was consider- ably dearer) were worth from 5j¡¡d per pound in addition*to skin valU'e. We sold for :-Account Mrs. Hegarty, Austin Farm, Pampas, 20 crossbred ewes at 2S/3, 13 at 25/-, 33...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

VULCANISING WORKS*. NORMAN CUMMING desires to announce that he has taken over the Vulcanising Works next door to the Carlton Hotel, f First-class work guaranteed. Charges mod- erate. Shop 'Phone 195 ; residence 318. CAR FOR HIRE. PUBLIC NOTICE. W. W. SAINSBURY is now prepared to undertake the' sinking of Bores up to 1200 feet. Lowest estimates given on applica- tion. ADRESS.-P. O. LONGREACH. 'Longreach Leader* Up-to-date JOB PRINTING VVORKS. Y GO., LTD.. ROCKHAMPTON & LONGREACH. And at LONDON, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY. B.FJ3BAX i:, fOWIsoVILLL', HUGHENDEN, ALBUBY, DUBBO, an I ihrcr0. out NEY/ ZEALAND. - y WOOL & PRODUCE &BOft£RS, LIVE STOCK & PROPERTY SALESMEiN, FINÄMCBAL, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, FORWARDING & INSURANCE AGENTS, R MERCHANTS AVE special facilities for realising i.i any- Market to advantage all WOOL, HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, FURRED SKINS, and TALLOW entrusted to their care. Expeit Valuers, Modulate Charges. PioccjiU ' A3, m ti us: by Bankeis for ow...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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THE VISITORS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

THE VISITORS ENTERTAINED. The visitors were entertained at an of- ficial luncheon presided over by Dr. F. Hope Michod, amongst those present being the State Parliamentary representative (Mr. J. Payne). In proposing the toast of "The Aramac Cricket Association," the chair*, man said Longreach was always pleased to welcome the Aramac players, and always enjoyed themselves when visiting Aramac, so much so that Longreach found-it a very hard matter to reutrn the treatment in any way ïforreHponding with that accorded at Aramac. The fact that the visitors had - travelled 100 miles that morning In order to play the fixture showed that they were very fine sportsmen. ., (Hearj hear.) He regretted that the Aramac representatives . . had not been able to take part in the-com- bined match against the Hartigan team, but knew quite well what a big obstacle the long distance was. Mr. W. Schultz responded, stating that ha had not had the pleasure of opposing the Longreach team on the occasion of th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Queensland United Party. (Nationalist-Country Party). OBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

[ Queensland United Party. (Nationalist=Country Party). Íoouoo OBJECTS. j ;" . ;^;Whe objects of thé^Partyjarè:-^ |1;¿.;';;i¿ v(a);To niäinta^ ^he;i Sovereignty 13:$ :!: (Ot^thß "State of i Queensland, the au-V |^VA^':t^p^y/.of'the'Cbmmoñwéaltli', and «fee I-sí*: .|-r solidarity of the British .Empire.»^ j.?;.-?..; :v' (b);To# re-establish Constitutional jn-;, ''Government ¡arid the. recognition of\ ¡ ^ the obligations, of ,thg . State: r; .-,.-,? j I ". (c)/To encourage individual ehter r '-ii prise'and effort. . .?.?;-' .*:'. ? --.'?-""" I j (d) To advocate and maintain a I WUiite Australia policy. j (e) To legislate on sound economic ¡ principles for the advancement and' ! prosperity of the people. I (f ) To co-operate., and. reciprocate i in matters of organisation and ad 1 ,~ ministration* with other, political ..bod-.. .,,; lea having similar objectives. !> (g) To encourage the development of the State by assisting primary pro- duction in every practicable manner. |: *'&...

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