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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

, 7 For Warmth and SComfort. Use a Kerosene Heater. No. 101, Ruby Front,17/. - No. 120, Ruby Front, 19/ No. 120, ica Front, 18/. One-Fire Stoves, 45/--' "The Matador" Handsome Finish, 32/6. SIncandeEent Burners, Mantels and Fittings. Gas and Electric Lighting Installed. 'irden Tools, Seceateurs, &c. . from l/. to 10/ 'Spades-from 2/11, 3/6, 4/6. Shovols from 3/6, 3/9, 416. HARDWOOD, FLOORING, LINING, WEATHERBOARDS RED GUM, PALINGS, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT AT SCITY PRICES. g '. J. WEBSTER, TIMBER MERCHANT and IRONMONGER, Opposite STATION, ELSTERNWICK And BROADWAY, OAKLEIGH. J. H. JEFFERSON Timber Merchant, Firewood and Fuel Merchant, Ironmonger, Builder and Contractor, TIMHBEJ.--Flooring, Weatherhoard, Oregon, Doors,. Eashes, lMouldings, I'osts, Rails, Palings, Pickets, Fencing Material, Laths, etc., etc. EARTHENWARE AND AGRICULTURAL PIPES.-Gutter Bricks, Garde. Edging, Tiles, Lime, Cement, Bricks, etc., etc. ' ,: PIUMBING WORK by the Firm's Own Plumber, DBiths; Sinksy Coppers Ri...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

AUCTIONS. On Wednesday nex-a n brick villa in Normanby street, - Middl Brf.hton, oceCapied by liss .. l\laffat, and the furnishings, will be offered on Wed nesdav by Baillieu, Allard'aud Co., at 11 a.m. SMr. Fairlamn announces the followirti sales :-Wednesdayr 2 p:nm., Land, We\' therall road. Cheltenham, furnishing~ titate Mr. .1. T'. Morey. T"sday. 21nd, furniture. l)orlv roml. 31,,ra, bin, and Wednesday, 23rd., furniture, Holmer House, Mordialloc, On Wednesday week a farm of 330 ,eres, at llrnintton Junction, will be offered by Coghill and Hiaughton, under instructions from 'Mr. 3[. Ce ments. A sale of 150) horsesand lponies i' lixed for Saturday- net at the Dand' onug Sale Yards by A. Scott & (o.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Caulfield Council. The fortnighlt. a.tsing of the Caul field Council "vas held on" Tuesday-. The newly-elec ed llayor, Cr' Eggls on,. occupied the chair, mand Crs. JMurph!,y, all, Fiske, Kitchen, .Murray, Charles, King,:Brookshaw, i'Tner and Thomsbon ilso attended. AIULWAY SJI)ING. RThe Railwayc Department notified that the- reqluest for .the'extenision 6f the siding at. MurrLunbeena had been referred for report.-leceivetl. A DR)INAGE LTROUBLE. bSt. iKilda Council nasked that a date he fixed for a conference to .deal wiith 'he drdtina!e scheme;- details of 'hich, had been forcairded to the clincil some tilue o.' It was resolivdd to make theimatter an older :of the? da? for' niext auiee;t fEG ULATIlG BUILD)INGS .? The Malvern, Ctorill iiltimahtd tliat.i the 3Minister oLf Workis .mlid no t'l iil»' it 'was iecessr- foiir a ideluisttion wait on himn in regird 'to"the; i rectiond of ,b!ldings. on low-l.ing; land,: al pioi vision would'' he.. i3ade i= tlidhe ~imend ang Local Go'i eritnmen...

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The Carnival. NEXT WEDNESDAY'S DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

The QarnivaI. XN'1'l `, J'DNCSDAYF S '9 ISPIAY. III coon ctio: jt itlh the annual BlriC_. particulars. of which appec'ir o paft' of this issue, all chtildren icoinpctit r is the procession trill be admitted frx. CIhildlre'n' ccllectjnr htooes are ohtflin t4 !e from the sty retarf a residnitce. ; DYilIoIa street. Ibighton, -oin and after to-lhat'. 'T'here will lie prizes for the best boy and girl collcct!ors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

ROTAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPO IATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Acoideni, Workers' Compensation. - VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURINE.-. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRICO AGENCIES. RIIItlTON-S. .. Siminonds, Estate Agent, Bay Street.. . III)DILE BRIGHTON--Connor and Alford. Estae- Agents, Church Street ST. KILDA--nrincr and Co., Estate Agents, -256 High Street..'. . SANDRINGHAM- ound and Co., Estate Agents. MelrosieStreet. CAULFIELD-carold Looker and Co., Estate Arecnt?; opposi?teStation7': C;AtI(ENALE -Thomson and Collinson, Estate 'A-ents, urdenvale.: - BALACLAVA-A. E. Forster, Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street:. :ELSTE'RNWICK Beer, Motts -and Johnson, Estate A~gntts, Glenhiantil RIld ly Road. WAR NEWS, THE SIEGE OF TROY'S Big furniture Warbou se FOR BARGAINS and GOOD FURNITURE Troys' Can Hold Out. and DEFY COMPETITION, At 177 GREVILLE STREET (opp. TOWN HALL, PRAHRAN.) TROY'S have a:large Stock to choose from in English Designs--Walnut au...

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Progress Leagues BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Progress Leagues ---+I-- BRIGHTON. The usual monthly meeting of the Brighton Progress Association was held on Wednesday evening in the Oriental Coffeo Palace, Mr. K(endrick (presi dent) in the chair. A welcome was tendered to Mr. H. Morris Jones (presi dent) and Mr. Newey (vice-president) of the North Ward Association. BRIGHTON GAS. A letter was received from Mr. O. tR. Snowhall, M.L.A., in reply to the As sociation, stating that he would be pleased to have something done to meet the wishes of the Association in regard to the gas supply of Brighton. Until he had seen the proposed Bill, it was impossible to say whether they could thke-advantage of it as regards Brigh tobn. lo H would give the matter atten tion sehen the Bill was placed before the Assembly. The letter was received. : "RECEIVED." ,Tho.Brightoen Council notified that a letter from the Association, contain iing certain requests, had • been "re ceiyed." The Council's letter was "re ceived. S..-- DOGS. ?'. MrSleight compla...

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SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

SANDRINGIAM. » The Sandrinriham State School chil dren realised £21 for the Patriotic fund at one of the most popular con certs riven in the district. The pro granuno was given by the children, and the attendance was very large.

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Election Aftermaths BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Election Aftermaths At thl? Urigtton Progreslsm. ieting on Wednesday,: .Mr. Kendrick congratulut ed Mr. Passe onl liis fight il;the:North Ward. 'hail: done: is ..well ,as Or. Strong had donio when tlholatter beat Mi. Bck, a well kiio wn mailn. Mr. Piasse was .on the righit rack.-:. :. ..Mr. Teinnie: s id he was sorry Mr. Passe lihad not beeh :elected:: le did idtit Iknwi Cr. Strinig;, lint hingied: lie miiist ibe h goodi m lncrlih had-bach n big differenced in tbie' dispositior. of. th& EastWaird canilidares,:-but ini the North: Ward botht candidates were gen-. : IIr. Sleight:,-I: object :th'tfito : tbt Mi M ler.'iTemme :sOh, well,:I= meani tliat oniie: of the :candidatesi here got per s.ei. Sldight: Xoushouldn't saythat, either.: " ir. Tenuminei;I ithdrac i then. 3r[: r .'Passe said it was not the fault of: Messrs. Jones and Neeyov tlant Ie. ias not 'eledteld ''They.liad all: doie': tlheir best for lim.i' The fault.wirs with him. He. was not capable eilough to get.the ratep...

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THE SECOND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. VOLUNTEERS INVITED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

TTIE SECOND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. VOLUNTEERS INVITED. The I)efence Authorities have decided to form a second expeditionary force for the p?grpose.of maintainini g the first contIntLett u to full strength when they get to the sent of war. The call is being well answened. and at the request of the authorities the secretary of the Shire of Moorahlin, Mr. A. I. Fordyrc, will enroll volhm leers. Papers and all information can Ihe obtained at thile Shire Ialt. 3Iooral,bin.

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HIGHEST ORMOND. OVERLOOKS THE SEA. BIG HOME SITES TO BE OFFERED TO-DAY. AT 3 O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

1IICJIES'TU' ORiIONI). OVEIif.OOKS T0? ' SEA. -1310 OME SITES TO BE OFFEREDl TO-D)At. AT , O'CLOCK.. 31esirs C'ounill & I~iuihton , most isucefsful of 'it la il salesmen, have had entrusted to theI'i the disposal of mlanly fair estates in this district, to m .ake lhme.i for oilr i'rowiiipt pop ulatioi. The best ha'vi not lheed bet ter . than the C.adh- Estate at Or meond. Ormond is hit h, airy. and erlan, owing to its fertile slandy soil. Its residents overlook the Bali?. amd the situation will make it one of the fairest of M1,l!iourne' suurls* of the future. It is within six niales of the city, situated airily and in touch with imany seauloardS, right on the sta tion. which lres a ood train service. The terms are t£5 deposit andl :0/ monthly at 5 per cent. for 90 lots I50ft. by 150ft., a generotis size.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

: THREE MEDICAL WINTER REMEDIES. g Foster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR REMEDY. It does not mnerely relieve a ough, but it givep inmmladiate. relief, and reinoves the cause. `s. FOR. LOSS 01VOICE; HOARSENESS, i a CHEST. AFFEOTIONS, :&c. FOSTER'S Cmulsion of God ier Oil 'Vith:Hyppphosphites of Lime & Soda. Pure & Palatable. Sroil PUahO1ItYn Al l-cFrF -ONS COUG!,- fOQLtDS, DEBitITY a j nd WASTING ls. 6d" foster's Record Embrocation : or Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. ri cases of Deep-seated Cets Colds it is applied with advantage, is Foster's Pharmacy Church Street, Middle Brighton Telephone 1125 Brighton. We, "Swan" it mospberic Incubator: No Tanks to Rust, Leak or Burn Out,will last a L ifetime. 21U4 _ . .. ..". : ... . .. . , -d . . , ._ - . . i--7 Church Street, Middle Brighton, March 2nd, 1914 To Thoe Swan Incubator Co.:(Mr. G.: kenner) Dear Sir -It's with much pleasure that I write you with reference to the Swan Incubator. I had folr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Sy. iQA LATYYX J her--K. Motrro, BYST., BRIGHTON, , .. . M rl, C/- Hampta, St.. T. 0. 22 Brighton. Howard Weber, 'PECIA" Painter, ... SPECIALOCK" - Paperhanger, - REA 'of ... :r'General Renovator,..t WIAiLL PAPER] .-e.®e Wogi- Doi i : House SriILDi1 VAEJ I Decorator, ALwAYS O HAND. and ALL SUBURBS. Repairer. Hawthorn Road, Brighton Gardeners I WATERTIGHiiTS and BLUCERS..:, The Beat in Quality means the B.elt Wear and .the:.e ost. Comnort. The" Beat+s "Always the Chespest. . t+ dJ.T.MATTHEWS. Boors RE AIRE1 BOOT PALACE.- To asc. OHARMAN ROA D, s Te. .. TTt, -OHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS. TiHE BEST-CGIVE HIM A TRY:. To the -:Geieral-.Publc of? Cheltenham and Distrci"ct ?othing, worth . , " Remembering-.J. T. - ATTHEf- + W'- S? . .W .. 1.-Has an _up to-date: Stock at your doors. 2: Skilful: and Tradesmanlike Repairing a Specialty with him. W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen- Hntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrennding Ditrci', that he hr Opened a Store...

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Moorabbin Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

M oorabbin Council. The olrhlilorr\b imeetii?r t-Je- i, inu ('oiiiiei s its held ioin..?iilda?, whecn .the ch irw';as occupied. by hY-thea newly-elcted pre identl (Cr; .II.LSinith) •and the' cuncillor prisent' were. Cr. Secuddsl?. White,-. ?..Kll 'I?· a1lcartney, Browifield, 3litrriott,': Mills, Eriggleston; Icrdinando. Farrant- and Burgess. : TILE ]TACIk- IIOCK EIECTRIICo .ir. O. 0R Snoi-blill .riL.. inti mated that hea hadil seen? tl:e- 3linister of I-laili~vas yregirdli ' the co.nstruc tion::.i: of the" clectiic tram 'to Black. Rlock ITt was eixpliined that . the IBill authorisiig'ithe ;work' had to take' its ;turn.- A Bill fori. irailway .. in Ciplisluand usas now under considern tion, anid as ioonll as thlat? ?asi" dis piosel of the saav iwoild;be open. for thle ]lllk 'Rock railan. '.':'He u ntici pated -that the Bill wbouhi- besubmtit ted iti d ollit tai'o ecki?" " 'Thy" commtmuinieatiol was received. S,[r. Sniowball n'otifiedi that -the Go vernlmeiit hiad idecided -to niaako ...

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Brighton Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

Brighton Council The': Brighton' Council mtit .on 31oi d?.:y venini;, - the Mayoor (Cr.: S lut ton Green) .presidinir 'and .those also iresent :ieifp-::'.. - - .-i Cc.: Buarrowsn;. North Wird:. S,.Sirong; N rth ard . ,Wilson; Cetitral Wiard. T lianby, 'CentraV Ward' - S Grout,i Ceintral ail. ::: Ston. 'ii1 Enit Wa1id Alford.:,'est \l'aril: ' - -' - - . ullmani: South :Vard.:, Thlie . Brightoi Progress ssociationi wote suggestinig that .the frontage of th - children's i.plaground ",in Willan street he increaddl v the addition of portion of the metal depot ;.that foot uath in South ',ad receive attentipn; that drainage nlear iGlenilier avenue be improved: and that path ip Nepr?n road (from No\rth road t, Bay street) •rex made. Cr. Wili6oi t mnd. thiimt thI letter be received. ý ; Cr. Alford seconided thei motion pro fortna. L~ vas present at the 'ro-, gress. "--,ion- meeting-- when .the mattert ct d children's :'.pjgr oun was brought up.' Hegave the men bers to undersLtand that there ...

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FLWOOD RIFLE RANGE. SUGGESTED RE-OPENING FOR TRAINING OF CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

SUCGESThD RE-OPENING, FOR? TlRA IING 0 OCADETS.:. Sletter wý'as received at-:;Monday's Brighton: Coincil: meetinv1from. ,the Defence "!"i Department : acknowledgini withthanks the ofIei of .tho coticil to place local rooms and reserves wheie required -it the,. Ileparfinteit:. amspoyal: The department appreciated the patri oti: offer,;and it' had been referred to the ,local:military commandant. Cr. HIanljby:inoved that the Elstern wick 1Park Committee. of Management be asked:.o plach the old Elwood rlle buttsi: at ."the disposal of the-. area officers in .:charge of,.area. 406a an .46b1..:One of the- diliculties in.. co.i nection with the training .of cadets was in regard " to musketry instruc-: tion. Great: trouble was' also experi= enoed' in ,.iving. Athe;` expeditionary force instruction in :musketry. -.The cadets were being: trained'at.consider able expenseqbut. there was no means of teaching' them- to use the weapons which" were' provided for themni; The instruction could be-:ca...

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OUR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

' OURI SOLsLII?ERS. VW e ]hate, qobtained .';rom various 'oiircs 'lt i' folldwinir names of those oilig (to ti :h front, froim this district, 'anl ' i,:0ild hegl'nd, in .oour next ":igslisi to~ addi way: : who' hav' cnotabeen 'r in d :lu'del":-" . * '.'. ] . , lRIGI rHTON J.- '. IIMcKinley. - . f . ' "i. ,,.Jod?niGerrard.- ; '. ' ,-: :. Ser J;Lt . 3 ss. A J : -.>? ' 1:. SI Scrmt. G, Watson 55 ,; f Jic es. Clihalmers.'" » F: .R . ' e: a"Lieut-. Ross ~cCay. .' . .' r.i Bid ll doin s44, . R g. *r .-. i cthý .IsO , : .. *.. - ; : P:. -.GMaiirini7s.;.:.';*- '",. ": '1 O.*G. nhlDay." . .... ': * -" . in. ;A Court, i' i. ' T- D (nis. icW Snook. . :, ? a.. -, '-: . - "*" ': *"*yS^ S' bardii '. Marshall.' . -..GunnerT.M l..o ..Gu er-- t of Eliot.:. 'i rast er e . : .i-ieit. Cd1 cs'iOn.'0 : *. . Lieurt. D r.- l thers; .- . . :. .: CAJLMsILL and tLSIRRNWIK. Serut he ardl . .Lieut FetBombardier sJ. Marshall.-. * Gunner 1. Mauser; ;*' *' . A Gunner. 'St1'-,ose. -ot ' Gunner St. Eiott. . , 1i ...

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RIFLE CLUB MOVEMENTS. HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

RIFLE CLUIf MOVEMENTS. HAMPIITON. At the meeting of tile ITamlnton Progress Association on Tuesday a proposal was submitted for the es tablishment of , rifle range in the Hampton district. Cr. Ferdinando (lid not think they would be able to get a proper rifle range, as the authorities were dis pensing with ranges wherever nossible and concentrating them in various centres. Mr. McLochlan did not think it would be wise to form a riule club it there was not much hope of carrying it out to a successful issue. Cr. Ferdinando outlined the history of a former club, and detailed what had been done at Sandringham lately where a minature rifle range had la formdl. The procedure was that ohm1 LDO names were forwarded as members permission would be given for the formation of the club. ]le ureed thea to join the Sandringham club. The chairman (Mr. Anstee) thought that the land adjoinjag the IIampton railway station would be suitable for a miniature rifle range, whilst Mfr. Mel.ochlan explained t...

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ELSTERNWICK PATRIOTIC CONCERT. TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

ELSTERkI.V ICK PATRIOTIC CON TUESDAY E VENING. A grand patriotic concert, under the patronage of the Mayor of Caulfield, will be held in the Masonic Hall, St. George's road TElsternwick, on Tues day evening, at 8 p.m. A most at tractive programme has been arrang ed, and included the following well known artists, viz.. Mrs. T. Roberts (sopranq). Miss .ar Couch (Queens land contralto), Mr. L. Butler (dra matic tenor). Mr. E. Stronr (bass1, Miss E. Happell (elocution), iss P. Mackenzie (elocution), Mr. Arthur Doiglas (Scotch comrdian) and Mr. Will Dunning (humorist). A.first class orchestra has been secured, the mem bers of which have kindly given their services. The tickets are 1/- each, twith . booking fee of Gd. extra. The proceeds are ii aid i i the ied Cross Societv. Dr. Rt. Wleigall will preside. To enable residents of: Elsternwick to contribute to the Patriotic fund, the Elsternwick and Caulfield branch of the A.N.A. have inaugurated an appeat for funds, which will be foir waide...

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CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

CELTENiAM. The war has given an impetus to the Cheltenham Rifle Club. Increased interest is leinz taken lby the mema bers: who have devoted Thursday evening to squad drill, under the in struction of Yr. R. Asmess. It is also intended to put the men through a course of musketry training, more particularly as to the carrying of the rides. • At the" annual meeting of the Mc Kainnon Cricket Club on Tuesday even ing, Mr. L. -ansen. who has volun teered for the war, was presented with a. fountain- en. as a slight memento of the esteem in which he is held by the mtmimbers. Ile was Twished (God speed on hiis journey. s'sAt the annual meeting of the lamp. ton Cricket Cl'ubon 'Tuesday evening, the chairman, Cr. Eggleston. on be half of the nie~n hers, presented Mr. 0. Davis, wdho'has joined the Expedition ary, Forces-:with.a wvrist watch..

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The War THE RED CROSS SOCIETY. BRIGHTON BRANCH FORMED. CONCERT NEXT TUESDAY. FUNDS WANTED TO BUY MATERIAL. FOR CLOTHING FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 12 September 1914

The War THE wREd C tOSS SOCIETY BRIGHT ON BRA CH$ FORMED. CONCERT` N;i'fTe;7 UE SOlAY... 1IUNDS 311''I ) TO BUY Rd Cross Soety. An enthusiastic SOLDIERS. athmeein covenf about nd00 presidents, a over by the Maallyor (Cr. S. uttong Tuhe sday eveni to consider thcould bmat ter of foed eithermin a local brnch or the inished Cross Soiet. n thusir wastic gathering of about 200 residents, a maentjorit enin the articles, attended. In teresting lecturettes were delivered by Dr. Woeaall and Cr. W. J. W-. Strong. The Mayor said that help could be tendered either in money or material or finished articles.'Tlhere was more sentimenn, in makinr the articles, and it would be easier. The factories in Great Britain would be working at high pressure, and there was not rnuch chance of too much ? material 5linom made up and sent. iThe effort should not be spasmodic, but should go on as long as the war lasts. It would not be proper to interfere with those residents already employed on the work in their ...

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