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The S. A. D. Club. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

:;, : : S-.aM : -PM^\^'1 Fob. to-nipfrow : >?if$lit / ance of tBe CLilb : ie ArihonhcVd,,'-' tli.ie, 'society .das J .noi* 'ii ?'?welf 'chtablisliod* rppa'tation'^for excolicritiriudconsKtoiiti^ue pflrformnnces,.. As;cWybb'dj' or bnglit.'i'p Knojv, thqonfcrtaiiirneiii"to-morrow nji:nt a V<)!; coriip.isG' the 3r?tnii'"'Waft.jrjg, for. 'ihoj yordict'"' ami: tiio Bidosplitting;,, fa/,??, '( TUo' ; ;sai}i t '". ,'"I?V. o*B ifyfy; will be' introduced soyerat, rnpqbanical.. offsets .in' a'drlitio.ii.i'.to,' inte'rio'i' >.-ene. !, r '-. T|io ',p6>ulttrjty ; 6f..|lie, club will not' i f.>il' '. .to <lrd\v ".a. liig.' and thn jiublio niay to ' : ot Fut value lor its..moiicy.,,,Tho, frorii the gencrailv liiyal <loyotio? of; tlie, mi'Vpii'drs to 'its ijiicrcete) of ,which nn.. oxccl'ibrit iixnnijil(! j tin a -bepii ' 6ct : by .tbo Alh J., : 'f I . , ; 'Biiyage.' .Tbo 'uuilu'iiiccy , rfnjoyjiifi l|ie. 'no illi-n of ,'tlio Jiiboiir aiid 'caro 'i-ntrti...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singleton Philharmonic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Singloton Philharmonic. , (1 , 'Society. . , >: , -... ? To-nioiix ibis new fyr pnblic fuvor will its' lirqt <bow. .jFor homo ttOtka pu?t itB intoutione buve D(<t>n prominently pluccil before tlio rosidunts of tlio' i tl.iVtr,iJii, , v | a. large iiH'hHiiriJ'of sujijiort hi?s>cbuou uc'cprdnil to ; i|' ; by ;1 iu'ilica : * wiio liavo l)i':Coiiiu huiiuniry';inoniibcr'tti>f : lli?HOciuty. I'\>r thQro'ii'tiiiiiig' cohort, two cantutae have beeuBblwU'il,' 'I'lieeei'wtjro wpecially imported fruiii London for ,thu society, and oni'y if not both, lias uot buen per fornird in tbt) ciilony,.; To.the vounl music of tbosti compositions','Orchestra parts for no lens thnu nine inetrumouis, including organ, piuno, Ciur violins, olarioi.ctto, cm not and Haxhorn have hei-n epocially arranged l>y Frofoesor Wells who liHB suct'oudod admirably. Tho hill text 'of the poetry of Ouch contain nan published eqvcrul daj'B ago, and tho public 1ms had nil opportunity of ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

The Australian Cricketers. -" Bohotufao" in (he Week. I don't know whothor thcro nro many otliur people of tlio namo wuy of thinking ;in mysulf on tlio giihJL'ct, but I roganl it iiBtho grcntottt public calnmily that Lifts hnpponed to tht'Bo colonies for many yonre past tlint a tcniii of Australian crickotora should bo in Kngland juet now. Of course tho?O iiiun libvo ft perfect right to mako uionoy as faut and as easily an they can, "nil thin trip of thoiru to tlio old country for tho holo purpose ol making money line boon ua grunt a auccosa tin could have been ronootinlily. oxpoctod. Knob of tho crickotcru will orouyht to have, anico littli' pilo, which ho in fully entitled to. It w?? n perfectly legitimate ppcculnlitm in that eoiiMo, and it hae turned out fortu nate. But thu mischief of it in, that tho porxou nir porHotiK whoso duty it is to for ward lleittur'e telegrams from tho old ooilntry to Au.Htralin nru labouring undor tlio disunion that everybody on this nido in longing an...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Daring Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

."V * A Daring Advonture^-' * -Tub eoeno of our tale ia the parlour, ; or largo hull for the reception of ,' travellers, iu no old um in Yorkshire. tlio largo chimney-place is a . goodly com jiany assembled; and whilst tho logs crackle, on tlio hearth,-and ./ tho fiauios go blazing upward, fanner ." Hunt deliverod himself of the follow ing story:— ? * Tam going to tell you an incident \ which happened, in my grandfather's . lifotimo (commenced old Hunt), nnd :? from my grandfather's lips I myself ' heard it,' as I sat on his knees when a 7 child. " Onofairafternoon," Baidthe vencr ?" fthlo gentleman, "about tho end of August, putting on my hat and pick ing up my cane, I walked out of the house, and directod my steps toward 'Tho Unicorn,' to have a smoko nnd confab, as was my wont, with Milos Tottiugham, who was tho first pro prietor of this inri. Tho air was do ? licious—not at all warm ; and as tho road from my farm to the inn ran through a wood, the folingo of whose trees ovor?prc...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Fact or Two to Know. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

A Fact or Two to Know. Them! aro ununlly. twolvo ribs in (ho human body, (liiiu(;h nomotimos olovon or thlrtouii. Tlioe.kiill cotioislB of eight bouuK, four at tliu top utul (our in pairs at Iho mdva. Thoro aro throo kinds of tcoth, tho incittore, thotoarinjj.nnd tho grlndore, and in many the throe kind* nro opponto - to orcli other, above and bolow. The nnmW of teoth at maturity Iβ thirty-two ur ttixlcon to e.'ioh jmv. The pcrupiriitiou of n mnn in health in about twonty-oight unncvH in tweuty-fuiir hours. Tiiiu fact nlona bliowu tho noceesity of bnlliiiif; nm.l wnsliing thoiikin. Tl>o ij'iniilily Jiininlslios wliilo enling, but ii'icro?Hce durinj,' ? lion ftinj ttli'cp. Tliu blood ie nbout tho fifth of the woiglit of tho body. The lienrt, by iU niiinciiinr contrnctiun die iribulfD two nunrcH of blcod from sovcutjr. to eighty tii/nu a minuto. Tho lungA, owiii({ to the continued reception of fresh , oold uir, nro tlio ccMont pnrt of tho body. In ?lt!op tliu rDHpiralion.'iH lone f...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hairless Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Hairless Blacks. St. George ? Standard. Many reBidoiita of tlio Balonno nre pro bably not tiwiiro of the oxiutonco among the local aboriginoo of absolutely lialrlene niggers, mid tlioso who b?ve frequently Beon them havo very likely never given a second thought to! tlio peculiarity wliioh distinguishes thorn from thoir noighboro, Tliuro aro two now hero, brother -nnd sinter, nnd it is Batd many others are some wheru away in the western " Novor Never." Tito two at prevent on tho river havo tiuiidouly becomo objectn of absorb ing interest to no lues a pornon th&n Huron Macluy, a savnt of European cele brity, who in niw on (i visit to Mr. Kirk, nt Gulunrlmr, for tlio expiom purpnno of finding out everything about thorn, and to do tlio Bnron jiiatico wo think (speak ing an an eyo witness of hie explorations) that lid has not loft much for anybody clue to discover. Somn Iwi-lvo yonre ago, when travelling in RiiHsin, Baron Mncluy'e attuution wav attracted by a parngrnph iv a pnper...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Calculating Prodigy. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

A Calcxdating Prodigy. -ealignan. A BOTy whose rauntal. powers proiluco jistiinistimeiit among; tlioso who pay him a vteit, is now io Pariti. His n.imo jr Iimudi. ' Hβ ie l-J'j'onrH of- ago, born In .Piudinont, and foivr monthti ago woe ono of thoso long haired Itqlian boys who travollod from placq to placo. A Mar seilles morclinnt ? being titruck by. tho reckoning capacity which lio displayed, the child from Iho nbjoct mrvdo of lifo to which ho eeemud condemned, . nnd, anxious to call' attention to co peculiar a phenomenon,, eont Innudi to I'nrie. Ho baa already ? appearod at eovornl private rounioti?, and lias been presented to the. Soclotio Anthropologlrjuo. Dr. Brocn has inonpiirud the cranium of this " cephalio ,, curiosity in nil directions, and finds that tho, skull Iβ much more developed on tho right-hand thtin do tho left. At present liiau'diia inntallod. Nt tho Salles .doe Conforqncoe in the' Boulevard dos Oftpncinep, whero he givee Bolutlons of all tho problomn set him by...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Original Correspondence. THE LAND QUESTION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Original Correspondence. ' . TflK TiAND QUESTION. ' ( To the luiitor ?f the Singhion Argus.) Yourfi-rospect fully, . roniiio reskuve. .Angiist -illi, 1380. .. ? Stn,— Tiie.quoistioM of nil others Hint is most liki'-Iy to'create ft crusR son in (ho. inimis of those hnvitigthn wolfnro of t!iu colony ftt heart is the land question, tl\o fair nud cqnitablo sbttlimiout of which I fear will not be attained until tho popular feeling stung by oppreesivo exactions ?\vill, like eomo mighty wav<y expend its fury npon some formidable obstrirction. So will th.o wavo of popular indignation diroct its foroe ag.iiiiHt tho sham .called free sc'k'Ctioti, and so' niter its presont nppcarnnce that its'founder shall never more rec'ogniso the hydra-hoaded mon utrosity that is destroying tho onorgy of. tho ?ory ct-.vea for whom it war Intended to make happy, in fact, operating qui.to tho rovereo to timl which was expected of itj viz., the acquisition of homesteads by all those who choose to bec...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Extracts. An Idiot Mother.—Tlio linthoritios of Murlgon Gaol are in end porploxity about a cine of idiocy of rather a peculiar char acter. List wook a young girl von brought in from Gulgong, under medical treatment, and though of juvenile yonre, tho primmor bore in her arras u infant about eis weeks old. Tlio poor girl is described as in a very advance,] Btule of idiocy, nnd thd authorilioe aro unable to olioit nny particulars obout the child, either as to tho dote of its birth or tho individual responsible for iIβ boing It iu neceeeary iu auch oases to hnvo on infant registered, but in tho abetneo of the necsBeary information, thie cannot bo dono atidthe authorities aro in a Bad di lemma. Iteoome that the poor girl had boon for eoine timo wandering about iu a sad dilemma It eeema that that poor girl had been for eoino timo wandering about iu a etato of pitiable helplcBHiietia, and advantage of bor want of intellect had been taken by Bomo porson in the garb of a uinn Tho reeult htis...

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Tamworth. (From the Tamworth News.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

'fftininurth. (From the. Tam-worth iVeios. ) Mcrl Wmsbcuscr, ecction 13, county of ' Darling, parish of Biirrnbnj 260 norea, adjoining the eouth aido of Cbartc's Himeliouacr's conditional purchase of 40 acres, on Slaty Uully, etnrting from tho cant corner. ? William tJutmore, jun., Buction 21, county of Darling, parish of Barrabn, 50 acres, adjoining applicant's former conditional purchase, mndo on tho 7th Juno, 1877, on tho north Ride. Charles Sweeney, section 21, county of Rucklnml, parish of lircnfell, ;'00 acres, being on tho vncnnt hind north and ?vreat of his conditional purchase of CO nerca, and between resnrvo No. 459 nnd . Allan'b portions 02, 61, 01, GO, nnd 59.

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Crown Lands Offices. Murrurundi. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Crown Lands Offices. 31iirrurtamli. There vvoro no selections tnken np on Thursday last. ?

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Terrible Torpedo Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Terrible Torpedo Explosion. Tito Panama Star relates that ou tbo.let May a tremendous exnlofliori iH Huid to lmvo tnkim pluco in An<?on, Porn. A torpo'lo, of now proportions nild ot extraordinary power, which was iv pro ce?ti of completion at tho manufactory of those instruments, oxplodcd accidentally, with a report liko the roar of a hat lory of boavy guns and a Voncussion of tremend ous violence, shaking every house in the town, breaking nil tho glass in tho win dows, mid spreading alarm through the population K'.-norftlly. Tlio uinnufnctory was blown to pieces and ovory inmate destroyed. Six houses adjoining-worn levulK-d to tbo ground, wailn, roofs, woodwork, furniture, &0., broken to pieces and utterly ruined. Half a dozen other hounes, which joined ou thceu shared uearly tho fame fatu, iiud worn almofit coniplutoly levoll?d to the ground. Of thfl hoiifios dt'Mroyed not a stouo re mained upon niiother, nor even tho coninnt is to bu found. The n[taul pave ment...

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Yarraman. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

TTarraman. [PnOM OOR CORRESPOSDEKT.] Should yon fnel inclined to pnrcliaso n book called'' "Men of Celebrity," I will guarniiteo there in not one other person moan euongh to net the part I linvo now to mention. This 'ie tho foundation of the plot. Somo vory useful pamphlets havo been pent to men only; they ror.d interesting, besides being very ueofuK On a recent dato a pnmphlot wao directed to a cortain gentleman .resident'in this neighbourhood. Tho addrosa originally placed npon it was obliterated by eomo party or parties, and it was ronddrosaod to a cortain married lady—uarno unneces sary. Tho mean cuss who did this will bo do doubt bo found out, and richly dc- BiTvcs to bo whipped to his kennel. It ie a pity that tho person could not find a bettor uso for hia talents,than elaudcring harmless families. Why ho should fix upon tho weaker sex, is bocaur.o he thinks thoy cannot retaliate, and plainly showe hia cowardice. It ie not very pleasant for a husband to roceive cnouytnou? lott...

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Gunnedah. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Guniiedah. [FROM OUR OOBB15BPONDENT.] ' The weather during llio pnat weok has ?continued i'ry and cuhl, though nt timea llicro'lian liwn gooJ pruBJMifte of rain, which; unfortunately Uμ' alivtlya lilown over tn' tli'o groat disappointment of. ttio Hclllere around lieie. Lambing in-ton great extent a fart urn ihia yi'flr, anil nioiit of tliiiho nhi!c[). (\vliotlior on n Urge or smnll tale) will be heavy losers by reuwiii of I ho great mortalily among ll'ie lairilw, canned l>y tliancnrcity .of/groen feed. Tlio croak?i : n mo prediciinp: nnollier dry Biminisr, and consequently ruin t;> (li<? Liverpool Plains ; hilt whciicu they acquire tlio? ptiwnr to rks into'tho fiitiiro I Bin nt a lnefl to know. Already wo are nwixlctiiff to tlio fact that mir town lias hecoino tlio cendu of an oleotorulc, 'onJ pernnii? uro. .Roirif; ninrid with r. <iiii*ili<'?? .for tlioir-'fnoisy uaudidntes. Two gcntlomcn'e. iiiuik-m liavo, within the last two dnye, l.rouglit...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bundella. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Bundolla. [FnoM ODB COKKEHVONDENT.] Tub Wbvthkb.—Siiico my Inet, our ImpcH Itnvo liooti Bii'ily disnppuiuted. We anticipated ft heavy fait rain, but had to bo'content with a few einnrt ehowore. Political.—ltumour hath it, that no IIIBH lliHti four candidate*) fire upolcen of for Uiif> dietriot, the names mentioned Menarn. Browne, Lovien, Abbott, nnrl Gordon. Tlic?o aro nil local men, there fore tho pulilic of thin district will have thoir own particular choice. My own individual opinion is, that lawyers arc n failure in pant Pnrlinmonte, cowteqiioutly there ie only a choice of two candidnton. I may Blato that Menare. Lovinu and Abbott are both popular 118 rejjHrdi thoir profession, but a? political men wo cannot accept them as our representatives in Parliament. Local.—A cricket match will take place hero on Saturday 21st), between eleven of the Hundolla Club and the ?Bl.ackvillo Club. If you will allow mc to cxpfflufi my own opinion, wo havo 111 nn in our olnb who will mirpripo o...

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St. Helena, Black Creek. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

St. Helena, Black Oreek. [FROM A OOIUIESPONDENT.] A meeting of thoruaidenta of tliisiocaTity wae held in tbo temporary bcIiooIIiouro on Wednesday tha 4th instant, for tho purpose of dutormiiiing wliat courso tlioy should pursno, to provide a school-build ing (provisional) for tho neighbourhood. Present : Messrs. M'Coll, Stool, Canioron, Campbell, Mottam, Wiliuott, Long, &c, That tha necessity for a school hero hus long exietod, has bsen equally long ad mitted, and tho preliminary and most im portant difficulties having boon overcome, the mattor may bo coo?idored as an ac complished fact. Tho mooting wan unani mously of opinion that a subscription list sbouM be opened forthwith and contri butions solicited, not only from those who had children or property in tho vicinity, but from olhcrH also who might bo disposed to cast in their inito in a good causo. It Wi?B further proposed to erect a weather board building on tho two-acre portion, alienated to tho Crown a fuw days ago by...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. August 12. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

:, f'TlIK fclil'CKKXKUii. ""'.. : August 12. Tlio AuHtnilion Eleven'couiiritmced n nintyli to-il?y iifiuinst 18 of Sunilerlimd and tlietriot, ,'L'lio Jioiuo .team in tlicir (irst innings lvcro'.diKposcd o( for a" total of 70. Tho Australians followed, and ! when time wns called had put together 91 runs with Hip loss pr livo wiekbls. ? August 18. The match, with {Sunderland, was re sumed to-day, and resulted in an easy victory for tho Australians. The lattor resumed their hitting, and surccrilcil in running 'it]) a toini of 171 runs before they were nil disposed of. llonuor, after making n brilliant innings for i>2, was 'ch'nght. Tlio next highest was Blnckliatu, who played well 10r.87, and was nlso caught. _ Tbo Eighteen of. Sunderland' in for their! sdcpiid innings, and were cplickly. dis pos'ad of for 5-1, ' Tbo Aostralihn? thus j sen jo cneju?jngr?niBB WW\ ? :

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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European Cablegrams. [?] London, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

' JEuiopean Cablegrams. f/ondon, Augiiht VI. UJifc'M vxwVment Ims !-<>< n muted l>) thfjiurtt' during nml liiipudniit outragf comniitieil l?y .1 Imntl <il 1-Vjiions Jn Crfrlr ftnrli'oiir. I'lic pnrticnloid to liniid hIiow tlmt a. ijuinlcrot peinotis,)ii bouts, _j 8tm>llhi)j- Imurdcl thf ship .fnno, thru lyinV'jn Cork hfuliour, Hiirprisod tho mid eiew, mid f.ccni&''l fyryono on'boanl; unhiding homo i:u*ton;?' ofii crti))? bqfoni'? ony iflectmil resiistmici could bo offered 'J he ??"£ the" pro- jl<> scanh the ship.' 'They..topic 4?>Tiflm, and mad? oft with tho plunder. Af&iVJahdiiig, tiny cut the telegraph wires, but icfintnntion'of tlio. outrage auoii reached ihu police authorities, who took prompt steps towards apprehending' ibffofl'erldew, Up to tho present time, eixjnf iho gang Intro beon captured. . ? Odt, Gladittone Iiiis derived consider ?b)e benefit from hie visit to Windsor, and , will rt-cfim to' Lond...

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The Temora Gold Field. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

The Teinora 1 Gold Field. MurrurwuH Times. opcniJig flP of.-the Teinora Tgold ; will, it. H ta bo hoped, work a cosisiilc-rablo amount of good to the colony. 'Therois ft lurgo quantity of unobsorbud labour scattered about the i colony, labour freed from pursuits be come less attractive, become leaa renin iiorulive to thu working popula tion ;-and there whs wanted, to make np for this, a field of enterprise like that, offered by this discovery of gold at Temora. ..'Tbo.only fear is, that the ' rnsli, : which is now Getting in towards this now centre of attraction, will be over done,- and will end, as all things over douo do end, in evil and distress, in disappointment and vexation. As yet, the .''resources of the field, though.bo lieved to be groat, aro comparatively unknown.' They will remain so for gome time to come, till the excitement, , which naturally attends the new dis covery, subsides, and men aro thereby enabled to separate what in really true from that which is undoubtedly...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

\ OTHER A FAMILY NEWSPAPER OF 11 ifli^^iiS'Sl. , A.; WPIBZ ,~ ?iaififl>A Yj '? ? AND ?'JSij.BWl ,m:<'M V'!:/i:->-?:.Vl nnri) , .'?.?i.-/,i--i'//'. ; .V.;r, i r..; , -.,>-.;r>.>T—A)i;<.Vtf,lOi'i.i ?? ????.? '.'I .. V. .: .. ..'si.Ji i> ,YA? v Y| : ? ? .-/ The cqnjtdtits of fclib " AjIgUS" are varied and intoreeting|jor Whi|i|ptfaninenc waters .rqlatitigj to tfrp... f :tflwn and district/ special care is exercise* injtlie choice of extracts, which aro culled [from a wide field of rarrentJitorat?u Copious inMalmcnta of continuous talcs by! arlfgiireh WfthveVy iSntiirduy'ii is?uo, the columns (of iii?H''ArgU?" fvfll terniw obsen i.O (nothing that apggr&fn&feitho province of! a well-condtutud family nowepnper. .... |A.ll ordi-rs for t)ib"jvffiid]fawal or alteration of Advertisementb mast be given ii wntehjft ?(|Hei'WAo?'iliny-car!nb'B' be #fiiafab'<fe'ei) attention. Letters to the Editor-should be sen* in notjfltci!'tban[...

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