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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

JOOOO FOR THE WÛMAN OF THEittÖME m The .spécialh women's pages ^?g^eihef ^the Fashion secrets. *\ *^ne:.¿ociáíínoÍ:es keep' her in i touch v/ith the social whirl. M ^Säoüsshold Hints*? give her rnany valuable cooking re- cipes and many, ojfcher things she wants to know. The Serial Story, published ai daily, gives her pleasant J" reading for her spare mo .^fPJft- mints*'\ ?" '?: y^ ei^^^ILV MAIL** IS " PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK; DAY AND SUNDAY ra » KB m m. RV i> The Daily Mail ? f 1 S 2?Í2-29>4, QUÉEN^STREET, ? ¡¿m*' . BRISBANE.' " J B ( §Sériés 3.^. -0 ' m o, jÁ m du « 9 ? MM ???????? ,§ )OQOO '00OO-> -OOOOOr--OoOOC SUBSCBIPTION" BATES. Postase paid -within the 'Commonwealth: ,.-... Soily paper: _ Quarterly.14/ Half-Yearly ... 28/ Yearly . . . ;. 56/ Saturday, only (per An.) .. .. 14/ Sunday Mall' (per An.) .. . .. 15/ ; TELEPHONE./ 57 CORDI A L PÄGTOR Y /ce and Cold Storage fcVorfcs Balab-Street.- Longreach. MOST UP-TO-DATE PLANT OUTSIDE ROCKHAMPTON UJSLIVERY ONIiZ TO BEGULAB C...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Found Drowned. BODY FOUND FLOATING IN THE THOMPSON. IDENTIFIED AS W. R. PRATCHETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

BODY FOUND FLOATING IN THE       THOMPSON.             IDENTIFIED AS W, R, PRATCHETT On Saturday last quite a mild sensation was caused by 'the rumour that the body   of an unknown man had been found floating   in the Thompson River at the Bridge. Upon making inquiries later we learn that   the body was seen floating near one of   bridge piles by a carrier named Wheelan     whilst he was watering his horses. The   policw were immediately informed and the   body bought to. the morgue, and later,           identfñed as that of William Robert Pratchett   (68 ), a shearers cook, who was a         well known identity, having been at this distr...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

I . ,;'!'p'i' SS Queensland's | ¡ ;-*.;2.:v^^ * j ! J" made aVîhe Hlxeo |;! f J « factbrij äTtd supplied ea J ? direct'to ii¿St^t@ía??fá;L. i « Smalï Projlt Pricës.;:;;s i ï H -'- ' "v nf ! °8 Write, for our free Furnish- El - i I H in£ Catalogue ; it is {héfíhnjñ" ßj T J H v and mo£t complete .ëJ'er ?'jg - 3 Ss. g. 'printed .in the. SfjkWS?:* ¡^,1 s H CASH OR CTERMS ^ ! I -~ --?' ^ i I H LíBeraZ Carrta^«' f , | # R Crirrangements ' ' ? Tr .. I ! « ^ ' 'V - V JV".'" Âï I I % Joto;:H^ks^ i: j ó and ConipaTiu Limitad >"a Î I m , ? " j - j J Q^orgs; St. BRÏ3BARE « . | I ta ' ri . a 1 R a aa a 3 B.Q'IIB'B ts Q B IS S y 1 wi eiiii iii «JU« ¡ a (Late oJ^Cobb & Cbí*X-td:) ( COZVEUISSION nud" FO.^ HOUSE, liANÖ.; and PROPERTY Salesimm Agsctat;; for", \pnt6h. Motoiv ^láil Sci-vice, ? "'? ;?éjipj^ f' and. Uhly&?fe^s^^t^-, Saddieis,^.Bvisbitifb. Office^': .^^^Ô^^^ÇTÂli-' HOTEfr; . " Phone'Xb?*&7V~ ! -P. Ó. Box' 105. ' PUBTiIC NOTICE. A ?v - :> ? v- .' * * W. W. :.S...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Remarkable Bequest. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

. .¡<L. ' ^ Reinarkable Bequest. "~ ' Mys.. Simon JIcKie, a -misanthropic: but aninial-loving woman, of America-, has an- nounced that she will bequeath her entire fortune, unofficially estimated at one mill- ion dollars, towards the foundation of an animal hospital bearing her name, and contaiiiing a bust of herself, where heiy ashes * will be deposited. Over the door will be carved the inscription "The more I see of people the more I think of dogs." " Women 14vc liougcr, 's Women live longer than, men." Taking . female lives at any age you .choose, it is seen from complete and auth'oratiive tables ^ that a 'woman may always lpok forward to * -a longer life than a man-of her ownv.age. Accidents will occur to nieset the ->£Gvei?age in individual cases, but .as a whole the fact remains. . p.n the day of his birth a boy has a natural right to expect a life of 41 years 4 months arid- 1 week, whereas a girl, according to experience, is likely to live 44 years Tm'onths and ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Economic Progress. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Economic Progress. The United States Secretary of .Com- merce, Mr, Herbert C. Hoover, has issued a statement reviewing the world condi- tions. He says that, taking a large view, the world made distinct economic ' pro- gress in 1S22, and the conditions were most favourable for continued progress in 1023. There are only three or four States in Eur- ope which give continued anxiety, but they , should not obscure the profound forces for progress elsewhere over the world. The - world generally gained in social stability .; in 1 it22. Bolshevism had greatly dimin- " ished even in Russia, whore-.it is replaced ^ hy a mixture of socialism and individual- ; ism. Fariiine and distress there have di- ' minièhecl.- Unemployment in the .world has been decreased, and trade is<-,-rapidly returning to normal. American: agricul- ture . is suffering. Australian production - and commerce have recovered- to pre-war lèyels. England . and neutral'''.nations' are . making steady progress. A ^co...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

eces PRICKS HAVE BEEN REDUCED iii accordance with other brands.- But the ' QUALITY REMAINS THE SAME. Perfect temper, high class Hnisli, and acciu-ate ifit ave tlie characteristics or the LISTER. Intcrchungahle with Wolseley. S ' j * Any LISTER Duplicate from tho Bracket to the Haiidiiioce .caiL.be supplied -bi any j ! reasonable quantity from our Longreach . Branch immediately «rn iMicelpt^pf order. ¡ There is no delay with ÏJSTER. Write fo r catalogue nnd price list, Winehcombe,^ Carson, Limited, LONGREACH. Sole Agents. Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd. Incorporated 1863. - f: LONDON MELfcODBNE SYDNEY BRISBANE The Company makes advááe*3 on Pastcralproperties, and on ensuing. Clip pf wooL BRISBANE: Offices: 129-1.S7 Creek Street> Brisbane. " Wool-Stores: Vernon Terrace, Bulimba. .... Skiii Stores; Charlotte 'Street, Brisbane. BOATÎD OF ADVICE: . Tlie Hon. A. H. Whittingham, M.L.C. 6 W. P. Devereux, Manager T. C. Fowler, Secretary \ WOOL' AFPRAISEMENTS and FAT STOC...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADVANCE LONGREACH. £2,500 Maternity Ward Offered to Longreach Hospital. A Government Offer Which Is Being Considered. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

£2,500 Maternity Ward Offered to Longreach Hospital. \ A Government Offer Which Is Being Considered. >..-.' As our readers will have noted-from a report of the local Hospital Committee's -meeting published in last week's issue of the .".Leader" the Government have con . sjdered that Longreach is «a suitable centre *. for the^establishment of a maternity ward in connection with the "Maternity Act of . ¿922." At the meeting referred to a lengthy letter explaining the offer of a £-2500 ma- ternity ward and equipment as an addi '?'?tlon to the present General Hospital was rend. The letter in question we now re- produce below, a perusal of which will ex- plain the whole matter to our readers. AVith justifiable and business-like cau- tion the committee decided tb appoint a. tub-committee to go thoroughly into the .matter and report, and in the'hands of that «ub-committee the matter ' now rests, al ''though; judging by the tone of the com- mittee meeting there is little doubt but »that ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILLION MUNICIPAL LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

MILLION MUNICIPAL, LOAN. " The .City Council has ^decided, if' the cit- , izens do: not object, toJjprrow £1,000,000 f or¿the . pu'^ppse^ carrying JÓvt.;.:-.. certain perrnahent ;^orks::includihg land" resump- tions, ;'widenihgiof "streetsVi. prmin'g Pf ¿parks, erection 'of buiïdings',~larid?;whçirvësi:; .estab- lishment: of avcentral.fërry'service^ etc. It has been described as a bold city loan pro- gramme and lt.is claimed by. its progeni- tors that parts of the whole scheme will not only be revenue prpducing but profitable ventures. The loan is based on a new" pol- icy, that is to construct permanent works out of loan money and thus tp pass on some of the liabilities for city improvements to posterity, instead of saddling present-day ratepayers with the big proportion of "the impost. - It ls understood that there will be ; no difficulty in' raising, the money upon sat- isfactory terms'/in;such, amounts as-- the Council may from time to time require, but . the ratepayers have the ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

THE TRAMS. The tram service is- working-smoothly as of old, in fact so far as the- publicare con .cerh'ed, there is-not the slightest difference up to the present; between Company con- trol and Trust administration, except that the trani;, tickets-, are labelled -"Brisbane Tram Trust", in place of Brisbane Tram- ways Co. As a matter of fact the Trust is just letting the service move along quietly in. the same old grove until they get the hang of things for themselves and formu- late a general policy. Very little informa- tion is.being-allowed to leak out.. . There is, however, good reason for saying that tho « existing service will be thoroughly over- hauled, and made efficient bef ore very much is done in the way of extensions/ One thing the Trust has done which meets with pub- lic favour, and that is to deal very drastic- ally with the free-pass question. Some Municipal representatives were expectant of free passes over .the trams, but-the Trust has emphatically decided otherwise:...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE NOTES (From our own Correspondent). THE COUNTRY PARTY DISMISSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

BRISBANE NOTES . (From our. own- Correspondent);; ,- - THE COUNTRY PA^tTy DISaÄSSAIiS. ;'.'The last, kick^of v & dying party". So' said a.'. prominent politician, when . asked his unbiassed opinion of the* action of the P.P.Ù; i last weelc^ in calling upon Mr. Elphinstone for/his resignation. Mr.-J." C. Petersen member for .Normanby forgan explanation pf his. association; With the pro pósedíihew; unitedparty, ^,iîd In inspiring Mr; Warren's r'esignatip)irf The action*-has certainly left the impression'.that the Coun- try Party, or at least^thg leaders bf it, do not wont,unity except ofVtheir own making.. Though Mr." Elphinstone has been called upon for his,resignation it rests with-"him:- : self whether-hethrill accède to the demand. He has not yet done sb. On very good authority it " is learnt that at least ' five other members of-the Country Party have either resigned or have their resignations already written out, ready for presentation, as they are favourable to the new ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Girls and Bad Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

There is no doubt'.that the- passing: fash- ion for ;using; bad language, is rampant, in . the'upper, classes,/ espesially among-- y ourig women-, ' writes ' ^Élía-s'Hepworth ' Dixon'.in the "Wes£mirils1tër ;Oázette." It besan in the war (we all ; know the ptirase "to swear like a ; trooper' ' )',* ' did not cease' with the . 'Ar.misfice,.^and hasT grown' soniewhJat worse in -the ''harassinjr-Varixipus pf the socalled peace¿; G¡rlá - .who* !tpolt' ; on men's work in ' catäs'trPph^ 'rowed their lurid phràses^^^ , to discard them. ti^i^fê^^jiln^pj0^4!' . some : dewy-eyed* y ouïîg/*crëaturej, -.swathed in 'furs and roped >vjth' p'Sarjâi/.ûïfèvihg;' ' epithets, as she lights her Turkisli; y cigar- ette^ which we used to ^p^áie.{with^ay«'' vies. " Parents are powerless,theh* -mascu« ' line contemporaries, smile or ignore: the habits and unseemly -language goes .onV No doubt *lt is an' ephemeral trait, lier, us .hopa I for the best.' .*'/?"_''>';:' _ ' . '"?}'" '

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

^^HEmjast attractive;^ Invite toour'[Showroom alf who a re keen to be well and seasonably dressed. &he display, ^embraces the*mQst~chßrniing< of* ?rpodèlsr-Jïafé approved by theblg'centres'of fashion for wear this season, jl selection would be easy and ^satisfactory,: for ád^ditipnqLto the^éhlc styles is ? -w ' ' ' J ^Hëplëàlsthg^àtârèrôfecàn^ ' -. ''. > -omlçalpricing.. JïvTsit hom , . would b$ fall ófinierest'and * pleasure to yourself-Will you call to-day ? LONGREACH . . ^ \ Has been a Record year for us, and we wiéftV to THANK our numerous Customers for their sup- port, thus, making- the business a record. Our I923 Wish is GOOD LUCK and PROSPERITY to ALL, > '. ?. ? ?' OOQOO ' * . OOQOO Our Service will always be at your Disposai.' . ^ wi 00O00 00O00 ' COMINO BRO^Ä Central'Cafe and "American Bar, / |" '-'".- LONGKÉAGH. \^:f^

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THE COST OF NEGLECT [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

V THE COST OF NEGLECT ' .L:"' -Think of the cost of neglecting yovtt .?kidneys; it means that you are allow .'ins kidney poisons to accumulate in : -' the system, and these poisons cause yviolent pains in the back, dropsical . «wellings, urinary disorders, gravel, stone, rheumatism, gout, lassitude, sleeplessness, inclination to worry, -excessive thirst, neuralgia. The genuine Doa n'a Backache Kidney .Pills restore to strained, ovef-worked: . kidneys, their full power of filtering the dangerous* kidney poisons from the blood ani discharging »hem from the system. Read this case: Mr. A. B. Morgan, Eagle Street, Longreach, says:-"I lure been in S-and health ever since I used Doan'i ackache Kidney Fills ; tiley fixed me -up completely. Before I took this r " remedy I suffered a lot with dis- ordered kidneys and the pains in my back, were dreadful, and never seemed -to leave rae day or night. To stoop' .meant torture. Î always felt tired ;and had no energy, and it was as iraucn as I coul...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wool Demand and Supply. THE STABILITY OF VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Wool Demand and Supply. # . - . - . . u ; --- ^ .- . THE STABILITY OF VAGUES. ; Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd.,.; re TP.ort :-"No sign pf easing is apparent Tn ,?1 the advanced values for. wool recorded, at recent sales. Mérinos lacking -soundness i and length and very burry coarse cross . , breds are the only parcels'in weak; inquiry. <* Pi'obably as stocks of better grade merinos .i become exhausted towards the end Pf the ) season, demand for the less attractive lines ' '" vwillr improve.. Judging by the strength of i, present competition, a shortage in, fine wools gives every prospect of materialising. Bawra merinos are a fast disappearing r market factor. In smooth, a month or two, :' they will cease to exist. ' - The position in regard to very burry, "j coarse , wools is not, however, so .hopeful. ' Free coarse grades are still available in abundance. High manufacturing posts are a deterrent in the . consumption '"of very , burry coarse sorts. . When they are scour...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWS EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

NEWS EPITOME. The" Malahide .viaduct, one of the ' most' " important brfdg'ës on the Great;. Northern Railway-in-Ireland, luis been' blown up toy. a-land mine. The Free State Goyerment announces the, execution of five rebels at Athïojne, two at* Limerick, and four at Tralee, '.on charge's of possessing arms arid ammuni- tion. Troops discovered, a tunnel in thc coui'se of construction between Mount joy prison .".nnd/ GlengariffG-paradei Tho^tunnel was already7ö£t lbrigT Four .men were- iu*r . . l'est ed. , Thirty : arme'd rebels were responsible ¿. for vthe AvrecUing of a goods - train, at Ar dert, Cbinity 'Kerry, "involving the death of the driver and firemen. Portion of the lino oveiva culvert was removed, and the . train föH over the embankmentr- »* . '\ ''. * Firing.Has been e_xhangrd between Greek . patrols and Turkish . jgendartnes'-' on the ': ; ? ïpsttlh liront, while Turkish p;eàsa.nts.' fired on tnö.'Greek, advanced posts at Bondjak."" - ?.. ' . It is understood, that in th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BILIOUSNESS The Symptoms—The Cause The Remedy [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

%hm*^mptöma-The Cause The Remedy >-...,. ? W.-r ? È" . ", . . . y ' Vi' .*>. <t../ ¡.":-¿/:^^*- ' . »:? ' ~-' " » - '? '"Ono- of, tho .most . distress'yig troubles «* person 'can endure is biliousness. It is. depressing to tho spirits and demora- t . lising to. the entire system. Til« person . so afflicted is sea. eely able to -workror take an interest in . anything. The sowers ofv his body are clogged and need v- ^flusliiug; out. 'The bUo -is túrheú^from its proper ""channel and enters the blood and produces that peculiar caa* of complexion. Ho ia very restless uneasy or sleepless at night, or perhaps - hia slumber ia" lethargic and dull. He has »dull pains', uneasiness' under- tho ..^ ... .right side .and shoulder-blades, a bitter . : V taste in the mouth,- sudden dizziness, on .-'.^ "i ..rising, furred tongue-, bowels-loose one ¿: "day^and constipatei^jiro'^nextr AU or, ^ any of these ..-conditions " may accom *pan^'tneTblltotît . condition, ^d^ whilo,.. ;.. BO a...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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LONGREACH HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Contributions to the Tennis Court Fund arè'-'giâtefuily : acknowledged"-, as under :- , Mr-. CÖgilvie. 'lO,/^ ; Collections^ £2/14/2 ; Tennis 'Darice, £2/10/-{ ; : "patron* Sherriff, i . £ 1 /'£./?- '?>, ÍAÍ1Í Khan and Mr. Spence, each IVß-?', ^ouië Hong Hoc, 10/6 ; Mrs. Floyd, ? lO/i> MrV Fahey, 6/-.- Total, £19/11/8. T

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Bank Shortage. THE HORNSBY CASE. ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

I Bank Shortage. ÍTHE HORNSBY CASE. ; ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. . SYDNEY, Thursday. Il ; Geo. Kenneth Kitching (39), was- yes ;ei*day committed for trial at the Ryde police Court on a charge of embezzling È5400 the property of the Government Sayings Bank. E,í>et. Sergt. Quinn said when told that the Kooks at the bank showed a shortage of 15400, accused said he did not think it Vita as much as that. He took f 1000 up " ».November 2nd, and by the end of No gember he had taken about £3000. Since men he had not kept an account of how Bitch he had taken, but he supposed, after Kinking it over, it would be about the jmount mentioned. Witness ' asked ac- cused what he had done with thie money phd Kitching replied that'he had spent it jil at the races. He had got behind and lad made some very heavy bets to try to hake enough_to put the money back. That ie said was his intention. Bail was granted ii the sunt of £1000.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Prickly Pear Pest. NEW SOUTH WALES FIGURES. INFESTED AREA DOUBLED IN THREE YEARS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

I Prickly Pear Pest. f -.-: o : -- I NEW SOUTH WALES FIGURES. | INFESTED AREA DOUBLED-IN THREE I? YEARS. I SYDNEY, Thursday. I Tho latest figures available iii regard fcto prickly pear indicate that in the last I'few years the pest has swallowed up an renprmous track of country in New South «Wales. Not only is the area of affected I country extending, but the pear is growing ). denser year- by year on infested area, rèn t dering the work of reclamation more and - more impossible. The following figures show the increase in infested areas : 1911 . 2,108,000 acres 1D20 . 3,500,000 acres 1923 estimated . . 6,000,000 acres It will be seen that in the Inst: three years the pest has practically doubled it pelf.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Latest By Wire. Our Special Service. France and Germany. RAILWAY AND MINE STRIKE A FLASCO. WORKERS APPARENTLY INDECISIVE. LONDON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Our Special Service. ,France and Germany. . . 1, . " : : o* : -^-: RÄIIiWÄY AND MINE STRIKE A .?.EIASCO. . . V .. . . f WORKERS APPARENTLY INDECISIVE. . . - LONDON, Jan.uàry 23. Reports concerning the strike ."of min- ers in the Rhineland area are conflicting, but the latest report states that the gên- erai strike of railwaymen and miners is a fiasco, the only serious stoppage being at three pits and that trains are running freely. Apparently; the workers are in- decisive .over the strike question. . \ ' PARIS,"January 23. M. Poincare reported to the Cabinet that there is a satisfactory abatement .-in. the general strike situation in the Ruhr dis- trict. - v ¿ BERLIN, January 24. The Court martial of German industrial employers and officials has opened. French troops with fixed bayonets "Vere stationed , . inside and outside ,the court. Herr Grimm) > Counsel for accused, challenged the Court's^ í competence, arguing that the occupation.» ?; of Ruhr was economic rather than mili j...

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