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CONCRETE PATHS To Be Repaired By Council [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

CONCRETE PATHS.. Tio Be Repaired .By Council Acting oi a rcoimnneidation irons tile City Engineer, Mr. W. 1. MuntzI, tile (;oulnnhuiln City Coullncil ullnlnllimnosly agred i.last nightt flnt relpairs to sections .ff "the concrl'et.e? footpahlts withlirn tie municipality should be un iertnak,el where le t ipoxitiolns were coinsilered diangierois, 'and that, on otllr'u.tIaged portioms systenlmatic riillacetientisu sihoull tiae p)lac' as n llr? were avlil-d aile for 't!he wori. r This decision followed.a dlisclostur?e by teio engineer that the exteint (of daniage to concrete pDlvelnets in the area totalled 542 squard yardsi aiiil that. the cost of mitedrlals -Inecesgsar to effect repairs' wvould hj?:£14.::i "Most of the damag?di: slals aroi at iate crossings .whe'r si6oj$eis too ligit," dleclaired Sirt Mizntr, ?ho saidl that 'the .paths getseiy?ll ere. in qtuite fair condit oin ?( qi theha compaaratliely shor?t sectio?o f o paths, which coulti .e reinti?:teii sheet asphalt as:, thilel ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOCKEY NEWS AND COMMENT Kenmore and West Expected to Provide Good Game CARNIVAL NEXT MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

HOCKEY NEWS .j AND COMMIENT Kenm.ore and West Expected to Provide Good Game CARNIVAL NEXT MONTH By "Observer" The match of the day to-morrow • appears to be the meeting of 'Kenmore and West, at Kenmore. Oin'0r f6or, Kenmore should win, . :" but West claim itiht their forward . • line will be greatly strengthened r by thp re.appearance . of. K;'i 'Menzies: ' . . ' ' i .-,* ; ' -/.' • . ,. ,,; ....*: ] . · ;,' . ! ,:-::',: :'.T he-annual zone carntival.irranged 'by tlheNew South? Wales Hockey As sociation: i11ll yIe iPlayedt in,; Sydney f??hiom Jine:' to Julne -177 All nomina tions for tlie carnivail ,slioild tbe"-lirilaedi in to-morrow 'to.: 'ilr. S. ?i;ttiUt, 't;lio will ;be 'at' the 'spotsg?oun ti n d'' to Mir; E E Calubrid e, tt Ken?iotef' ' ' : Btil tlhe Metlopolittin Cairnival andt also the'' Fqcal' il CaiiPiii:ititchi f'ill. bo coidiidcted "abtot thie sane itimie as the zofiiO cariiival ..:adil -lilayers' an'il sup iporters aliikelt hare looltingli''or waitid to ;these flxtilli...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

SELECTIlONS BY 'TRACKITE" : Federal Hurdle Race.-~-EXMQgR i, Glowing 2, Dark David 3. Piccaninny Handicap.- First Divisign: BALKAN ClIlF 1, Retnuha 2, Elated 3. Second Division: DEVON 1, Goldsinith 2, Throttle 3. Commonwealth Steeple.-.. NE VIZES 1, Brightello 2, Man of Ayr 3. Mount Alexander Handicap. GREAT EASTERN 1, Rose Prin cess 2, Dlaphane 3.. Keiloler Handicap.-CON NARU 1, Cumulus 2, Stoic 3. Emoire Highweight.-ST. FER VENT 1, Tidylus 2, Rambler 3.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TAKING UP THE AMMUNITION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

TAKING UP THE AMMUNITION French caterpillar tractors: of this type provide supplies of ammunition for Allied 'front line forces;

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Second-Hand Bags And Cases [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

Seconid Hand iags.s 'Ad Cases The 'Miiilstci' ro iAglriulture, I-Hon . D:'ReidM.ILA, states that advice has :beein.. received :.'floir. t he South Austiai'alialiDe'lirteiihnt o?Agi icul turt 1f a" odii icaition' f'the' freiiuieinenti regtsaligril.cOit'ta?elie of fruit :o''r pota tos i h te'riig Soutl: Ausitrali: 'fron DtliO Staeslc'idu:niig li: th' periii- of si: months .omApril 1 194 Once iuseaibagsi'nd'icases, nay-jiow ho. c'.sc lsubjpct ;?;.to the. Tol l ? ,, n c lidtions The? muiiius noti' have ,boeln. ,usecd mnor. than 'oncept;e/.; i brands 01. rnarlings fintist lhaved:beonobliiteiatd, iit ithoy.inuet eprve 'sout and clean on exiiifiiatioinby anlini'spector Bage iisedi) toi 'ditatoesiiiusot; lhve proe vioulY ci0cooiaine ? .iiii lpolatoes,a:' o.ther. :vegetables,, manure,r ilo'i .,or:i- wheal It.islotilid.eio llited that the South Aiusniraliani authorities retnin powce 0to : ieject .or' treat any undcs'r.'ble boxbs' obr ''bags.'", .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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End Of Mosley Arrest Of Fascists [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

End f Mosley Arrest Of Fascists LONDON, Thursday: A raid has. been made on .British Fascists. The Speaker, Mr. Fitzroy, an nouriced in' the .House:, ofiCom-:'; mons -to-day that:the Home .Sec'-' retary and.the- Minister .for.jHome;" Security, Sir: Johrn Andersori';had : informed hini that he: ilad orderedJ the ,detentidn obf Captain lA. H.'iN;. Ramsay,: M.P.,' :presidenito:::f ,'the o e Right Cluib, who accordingly had : been taken to .Brikton: Prison;' Mri., Joili, Becl iettr folnlei?ml i i:l;iilat ing mnemljer of -,,'idT:'hI "l't isl'(: :Counlii :or Clhristiln: .Settlenit'. alidil Sec' retiiry of thle3 B13itislih Pdblle's -P'arty, tiis also leei .iia iested , :..'. " , :: The police seirclhed in 'the: \est End for solme tiniie prdemises occupied by Sir Oswald Mosley, leadeli::of .the' British Union of Fascists, antil took awty,;a large number :'on.of docuiiieiits .1,. a' viini - - - . Sir o.swald was later arrested and i taken ,'to Brixtonri; Prisbon:, Eight other memn bers of tie...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SHIRE'S GRADER Proves Wise Investment [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

SHIIRE'S GRADER Proves Wise Investmeint hInr gIz reciprt ito.. y'Cs-t1Prday'S: ii~ooi~iiiii(xl u ':ll 1.0/CO notin'l llof. hth ~blulwr+eShiren. C eounctl's o Wo ;lOFelitit?n:? It " Sifi' fE ng?i dcer; .ii ;. H .ii":B:Con f ?,'?/: said Itatiiel sto bpe eotlxly petexot lxid the condixti n1 pl tile inma chine; i s atz ibute to the mannxexxiti which ah he s h c ?t i fe?~i,'i?- declirexed Mr. Dilaxrhe, e ix ci h that . xx tih1 e tilme the giI.,iacdexr hi.id beexi xlx use repn.ix; haxi been xnogligible 00l3 Siome m0ino parts ha ,lan ,eexx .reiluired"lir f?ot': ie grae r/p.oper, -while :the plowel, h~zii hadlha no zrepixiceenits of any likind an rlIitas perftorminig ?ti leeit eilual to whexieneo. Oxxe tyxe cws piulchased diurilxx tixe year at-a' cost of' £33, bux thei emaininxg t s e-?n ppiear edii to ha-e at lefiast ;1 molths! 'wc?" r? left?. The mIc hin wolykiei' ixe ?( dciaj?. lurin'l the year. Of tills perioxi 1 dalys, wer e abseoboed in la elling thg Goielburn A roilixA o 'aliol h the...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SNOW LIKELY IN THE SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

SNOWj LI KELY ......T: ,'-',I -Er SOUTH ...... ihowe?es.:i i, ':thei etriieme No th.;. Coa/st' otherwifise a.tfirt?,ti' l'? ::ith c.loud mc th r.<i eas; :i;, either <becon. to1 unsettle'ini the south-\vest saeas with showers' devel Iopg iand ectendin to; SOdterntpart snow onthe outhiertijTisbleisnd cooln iigi ti'ros-ts' ahlli'fogsihileref 1y inf: h the:-?e'stern iara's ;: hevids varlabie at ~ sflisthuti chefy fresh fo s~qiiy -i oirth 't r lit etl hw6 i";: ;';.: C .: ,+.:7 :? ??:?:,;:i"'{.¢''t' ..7 +':::=!': ¢ "

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WHAT IS WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

WHAT IS WANTED The' Syd~ie: press hi 9ud denly' started a seriesi odf s?rong attacks on the Goveirnmen't ifpos sibly' th'ey are dese-rved bluEt"? any good be dorie b:ynere: criti cism? Everywhere we hear, ?tW want leadership. ..We want; a leader," like the frightened cries of' sheep when the hawks fly low What is the good 6of this criticism now unless we, have some con structive ideas to offer I::.;n tie direction .of air planninig we ldo know that there have b:een: de lays, whether they werei j;ustifik; able delays we are notcompbetentf to' say, but Mr. Fairlbairn is coni fident that they were: He de clares that we are doing :all: that can be expected, and agreTes th! mistakes have :been, m'de;: but,? despite the heated, naturecof;the remarks, to accuse hlis criti-cs lof doing the work f:'t?'e fi".:fth' column seems to us scarcel necessary and a little iuniifai?. If more direct attentionri ?ad ;'been given' to:.thiis particular-k deipart, ment instead. of bothering about military a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATED Children Join In Loyal Rally [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

Children Join In Loyal Rally Patriotic messages, in which the crisis facing the Allies was emphasised, marked the combined achoo!s' celebration of Empire Day at the Empire Theatre this morning. , "God has given us a very.beautiful world, but man isi :-; doing his best to destroy it," said the. Bishop of Goulburri,.:' Rt. Rev. E. H. Burgmann, 'in the course of an inspiring ad- .: dress. The Bishop appealed to .the 'childreii. to :strive: itoi.iyi'. make the world a better place: .td ijve; in,: a??iad tO.lead good,^i:}i generous and sensible, lives. , . .' ."?, "'oung as you are; you should rcalise that in. France aiid Belglimui, Bishop Burgmianis oiitiinued "toWi?ns like oui own' aie being :blow~bit? pieces.. Men,one .o hend l t' iildreiii're being niped. :foin th::.eh' faeie' 'if l.the earth .hy ; great ariiat il"ia?? ?c'ie to which niothing : is sc ;: :eil ,!' .We " villi-vha eo -tobriiig pressutie 1to bear :? stop' tle:,imarch ?9 tha:s destructive forces .Ten will comethi e grdat ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

PROFESSIONAL R. SIDNEY CRAIG Goulburn Evening Post FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1940.

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Bombers Active Train Goes Sky High [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

Active Troin Goes . Sky High :.. LONDON, Tiursday: Blen helm'bombers at dusk yesterday ra?ided the headquarters of the enemyils armoure?d divisionin north-west France, "dropping. 100 I b hig', exploslve bombs. the ?m jority of which expi'cded Wv.ill with 'in the target area. -. Strontp ? 'forces"' of 3ienhotilms' Z -,,ati so:::; . ,L: ei vilviy iinlbied th?; taisks?n'ul timz-;.::!? ,oi ieutti naps torn'g"tu vlngli i Clhainel potts 9 Poi ti - f iii! -i 'tter ..i.-re ?i? " ijii y gun, Ca lls in tea td, -coil - ,; aiionbcover aaide -ai Oil a r " i o: l . o heors . ?:ion ei c lu .o oirieis aid it nii " ninei c ar;;.i si '; ciiio . , tieot hifts overt dis 'i yad c:-At idern fur bombeis scoreoo;, :;dirct-: hit'if snap am-- muitia'j~~~iF·:; 1;· trainwhichb:iewp:rockingth . o: mober .t 2000 af et : - The" *,' i8'?who Ie.{ ;trai n w..?e'n t "- {s??,':.:::.-: six cn g pio soa iior fi whiil wCehre-th ivti nt?bI. u bb ·svj'z~i fig'+;?k': 'hl'til~n;tl~!if i??irhi~ii';,:'?:': csildc-: I h poi i d...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BISCUIT FACTORY DESTROYED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

FACTORY ~SYl)NCY, 'ridfat: Anou cik of fire otcculred in the. Ifl i tore Itildig of Har(hn1 . iB ?os,1?, , td., oiscult inn;u ictuiers'of Snral Street, New b :dl' idmaged Wheat sllos wero savyed't T2hree itale. employees escaped ly tearsing down a wire grille. Damage Is oughly estimated at £?50,000. rhe fie was still bIlazing fiercely ati a late ihour. ,Among the losses were about 400 tonslo' flour, valuetd at £ 5000, an: baking machlilnery worth £ 12,000. Tlile m'nlatchines were impo.rtedt flolt Itollind and cannlot be replaicetd. ;By S iealarraldgerneIent fit?ter's Woe'I, Servic e It teaddition to ,other sllveial oslrces of Iforetalois is setl in nthe o0 leliatlon of tile ovr st t o lit 1,·lll~: Iltelishetl In tit ].slle ist llt itll a 1 I ti . tilere ine teustralils atd New. Zt' l d t re reserv'ed. . SUcen a thhe rtl nt in tils Is as' is so iheaded alt)l)(are in Tlie Tltenrs md Is sent to tills papeer by special per tltlslot t. It .iho:ti it, ttttlltestooel l(tat n.: eoinione aiv...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

ENTERTAINMENTS . e .rd o. dare _th ve used ?.o \ not b~ ,. e screen so The. Managementf earnetlys+ /4, greas SUTAL OL <A ..',, mJo o.HENRY FONDA N, Joa. RUSSELL SIMPSO Ma Joa ... JANE OARWEL N d ' . O.Z.WHITEHEA D C s. . .. JOHH C RAld IN Mulej .... JOHN SUALEn Gmp . .CHARLEY RAPEWII Caonnie . EDDIE o UILLAN Rosorshr?. . OORIS BOWUOI0 Canmo . , EFOE TLBURN The Managementc earnestly recommends thatc "SGRAPES OF WRATH" be strictly re garded as SUITABLE ONLY * FOR ADULTS .I and that T EVERY MAN AND WOMAN should witness thiS amazing, ,dramatic revelation that took such high courage to film! Powerful Dramatic Season commences 'TO-DAY ItNtoo uta for General Exhibition Pluis "LNU,"IUAI O(NH(AI I :\ IlONN,' ("O)) ,S:l'E)ISl'i'.," :olso ('ntrE'to'', "HOOK, ]AMI,; AND SIN K]iIhI," "S CIFXN" SSN\I'SHOTS." E iFR.BRIGADE/ iee)p this ce opelln or 1 DAPICE in MasoSic I-Hall 13th JUNE MOOTrHIEIS, brinlag our Ialbics to tihe ..BABY SHOW St. i.uioir' Hall S?tut-rday -, at. 2130. . j DjH SO...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

RETURN THANKS -RS R. LANG id Family, "Avon le," Taralb , desire to i'oturn iinccr thanks to I rs. Collins;tnd, al rind friendls ad relations to vralis, cards pd explressios o. ymp thy to themndurig their recel. si ireav.ement. t p ) IN MEMORIAM HIIN'iON-In sald ut loving neiem of Etl el Annie ° HInton, who u-e parted this life 5Sth May, 1939.1 Away in the beau ful Somewhere Free 4Inom all sorrow and pithln, ifhen se's journey here is end, :*Some dy we will all mieet aga. Iinser ed by her sorrowing' us iandi, I oh, and s;l , i Hariy. ,. i

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Fifth Column Diggers' President Is Uneasy [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

Fifth Column Diggers' President Is Uneasy It is the considered opinion of Aid. T. Godfrey that Aus tralia, in common with overseas countriesi must protect . itselr from possible menace on the part of Fifth Columnists;' . Speaking on t'hie subject" o a. o re; solution on o recuiiiting ;activities, tabled at last ni'ht's meeting of mlie City Council, Ald. Godfrey, "who 'is -lo pirestilent: ol" tlhe 'Goilbuii'a isub branch of ithe. Returnid.ni Soldiers' ILeague, 'said that' a ,vtd .a.tic f1 thue Eifth Column was vedry important. Thiis was the organisation, which had piu. Hitler where 'he was tol-day-nott the, actual fighting, andi thati was-; what they haid .to look. out: fpr.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SUGAR GUMS Show Society's Request To Council [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

SUGAR GUMS Show Socie ty's Request iTb Council In: a~ lctteib to the ~iGou~lbii:i: City Co"cafil, .eail at- .lst night?':. Sineeting,: tle secretariy of thi:.. Goulouin :A PC'-'.:and s : Society, lvi i.I? :-L?lBroladhea'd: stated lia?"t his cosniiiittee wus ptlantiingsiigar giniSio at ,le tih showgroundl: es :pecially on te noitheiri side ofr the.ire naiai :Co~incil asei sitdilf it ld r?lait siulliarfre es, alpng each slide of FinieY. Street for tlre length of the shlo,-, "grokilrd. '., _, .. . v, ' - .During a biief "di:iduscioil, in .which it wais igcceed to iredri the iiatter for report and an estilate o.f cost, Aid.l. Godhlew salidl thlitt'sugiar gumb. were Dplinted. at the sporteground many yea.rs "iL' and ,had growni to a height suffici~en; to, ludirlluce. optiilism. They were theoi :wiped ouit oveirnight by. a frost, wlich had also .killeil 1500-'01of ,thei saln trees at his niursdry. Seugi.gunms, lie. declaiebi, cdould be grown beyond -Yass, lit.t were not suitedl to CGouibu...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SEWER EXTENSION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

SEWER EXTENSION-: An apiplication as:"' miade b ::.1I l3adwdell, of Clifford street 'ein inat leit tel to the City Cdolinci:iiieeting l1ifit night, foi an etefsiii6on o:f thoe sew erage muain fratiisthe'i terminus oi theii Ipresent line sittatedi if':the solthelin oullnditry of the Old': Slilbreatds.siu., Ivision on the westei'n side of" the creek, to a i;oiift on: het. soulthern 'iae of St.. Manr?ys Sti·ltl opposito .Martyn Street' (neowly fo rmed , i-ross the foregoing subdivlsioitj)!? Tle i a. ilicant stated that: lhe coiitemplatoted building on the site ii:the neat hittuil'e. Tlhe letter was':,re.ferdt to lio.the City I'hginlIee fnlr it repo't In tletimnt Dbo r"il, '

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Interest Rates Maximum On Loans [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

Interest Rates Maximum On Loans l)etails as to the i(iishinmi rilat's .): ii;teeS?it acceitile?w~iii i : sespect :to loanit raised 'by lol:v'b a;::itlioilties under ,the"' Nutionisil'. :S'cciiity (Capital ises) Rnegri • a, or, .- 'wicet. i'owisi tiied to tli Goullbiui"ty ci ? Cil ,nsti ialgh?-. ;'li . ithe' Deiiartmieint -: o:?Wrls: S:and Local Goversnment,,'":.: . i 'Itwas.' stated. tht a tli?e €Colonial: Treastirer had ditimnated that,:as the result:of-further riepiesientatlonils by:. ,the Conimonwealth ..Treesireri, the Ministbr had:noy decidod 'that consent .to the.,ssue :of secuirites 'by loal. autlhorities would. not be given :'by him, ifh?the ffective rate <ifatnterest exce'ededl: 4.;?4?pei centn :Lthe. net proceeds; of loans gua rlnteeil . by? State 'Governments; ilid 4ipeir ce.it on' the' not'; proceeds .: of loa?is o.bther thn,? thbs:. gtiaranteed .liy State Governmeit'> SIn vLiew of the likelioond of firtheir vartalios :frnm tlne to..time-the .de. iss ·?a . ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BLACK-HEART IN POTATOES May Develop During Storage [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

BLAC4K-EARTi IN POTATOES May Develop During Storage There 'are': numerous c-ondi tiosim which sholiw/up ·on potato Ltiuiers as eitihei exteriali or iin .l.ern-al discolourationsts rots, sc::'bsb or :oti ot.x types of blem osihes . .Souie of the?ei e: caused by para sitic Ifingui or backsti-fi or axe symnp toms of viirus diseases, whilst others, iresiltitig :foiEra' abt rinai: ,geanviron mental.: conditions) are' i;egirded :as ihysiolbgical Edisas2:..: :see -In the first ofia segries ?eli ng with these potato tuibei con:hiditoiis:. an articlo:n in the'. Aricultuiral Gcazette diu6issses the ,conditioi n iktnowin as blae heiart "31-sc' il-hesit i:t is statedi.s-i luduced by a ddfidieicy :ot 0xy e tUiw'iIhin the ti? ius.s of ttie'iL . i i t my be brought 'hbout by.high nieratures whlic:h icre-he h'-.:! .ateiat which o\3gn coansualedhy the potato cells; ob':iy. "tolage under ?onditons ?ie?e the supiply of i ir is initsadeqluate for 'the icyspialtory: reluiromen ts of the: e11sr'i :?r?i¢?...

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