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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

ST. JOHiN'i CUl.C'L.t AN.NUAL IEETIN G. - :0: - The annual meeting of St. John's Church, I-ealesville, was held n the schoolroom on Friday evening la t, the Inculmbent, the Rev. E. S. Chase.occu pying the chair. The hon. secretary and treasurer, JMr. W. A. Burnside', read the report and balance sheet, which were adopted. The offertory during the year amounted to £61 ; the total receipts and expenditure £106 3s. 5d. The incuml.ent, after mentioning the loss the church had sustained during the year by the removal of Mr. Clark, the late Sunday school superintendent, and Mr. Roow and family, thanked the Ladies' Committee, through whose un tiring energy, and aided 1,y u generous donation from Mr. Crowley, improve ments had been made to the church grounds, the Board of Guardians, the choir, organist, and assistant organists, Dr. Baird, and Messrs. Row and Shaw, hon, readers; and Mr. Alex and er. -: ......... Mr. Sumner, the prevent Sunday School superintendent, read the report and balance...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

" Sire, one word," said a soldier one day to Frederick the Great, when pre sentint to him a request for the brevet of lieurenant. " If you say two," answered the king, " I will have you hanged." " Sign," replied the soldier. The king stared, whistled, and signed. Old Gentleman (at his daughter's wedding) : " My dear, I don't see how I am to get along without you." Bride; "Neser mind, pa. Since the ceremony was performed. iy husband hais confessed that lhe hasn't enough savetd to go housekeeping, no you may not losa me, after all." z " Yes," remuarked the pawnbroker, who had a pietty, niRrriahgeaIe daughter, " young Noodles\waited me. to be his father-in-law, but it, was 'ira possible." -VWhy so' Because I had beei hisunecle too frequently." This world is like a crowded 'bus--' A. few good men, perhaps, May find. a seat, but most of us M. ust hang'on by the straps. " One thing I ought to tell you be fore you make up your mind to marry my dau.ghter; she sits all tlay at the piano." " ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

Liver & diney/Troubleo CLEMEN TS' T, - IC Saves Hs -Life The Case of 1!/ Mr. Louis Bern@ sconi. (e. our. srrtCI'rt, Ir.E'OI:rt:'r.) "I was seized," sail MIr. Peroasconi, "with violent pains across the back." Our reporter was seated opposite the speaker in Mr. JDernasconi's residence, at Guildford, near Sydney, and was taking careful notes of all that he raid. "And," continued Mr. Bernasconi, "eclosely following upon these pains came Very rBad Headaches. I couldn't make out what was the matter with me. I felt great lassitude and had no inclination to move about. I didn't care for my food, and when it was brought to me I told my wife to tak; it away, as I couldn't bear to look at it. If people spoke to me it irritated me, for I took no interest in what they said, and I felt as though it was too much trouble to speak. At last I only said yes and no when spoken to. When I stood up suddenly I should Feel so Di=y that I was forced to cling to my chair for support." " How long did ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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HEALESVILLE WATERWORKS TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

HELLESVILLB §iATEiRWOIRKS THUST. At the conclusion of the council's business on Monday, the ordinary meeting of tile ahove Trurst was held, but the ,business bIfor-f the chair was, however, of a routine nature. Present -Cormr. Matthews (chairman) and Comrns. Barton, Chandler, Bailey, Sheehan, and Sloss. CORtRE -PO':DENCE. Front Under-Treasurer of Victoria, forwarding note of the amnount due to the 31st ult. in respect of sirilking fur:d, viz., £33 18s. 101.-- Received. From Department of Water Supply, forwarding; copies of the loan state nment which has eoen laid before Par lialllent in connection with Trust's ap plication for all additional lon of £161, and intimating that if c.-rtein conditionls were complied witlh the Minister of Water Supply would atd vise the Miiistier to mtake the mnoney available at once.-Received. From J. Travis, Actin, Secretary for Mines and Water Supply, re the request of Trust that the loan of £161 may Io advanced in anticipation of the statutory provisi...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

On Saturclday afternoon last thei coranderrk team pla:yed the returnt nmarch with HIanlehsvlll on the recrea tion ground, and again suiffered defeat,. thus supporting the contention that the local club is strotiger than their opponents. It is onily in the fielding depa!rtIment of the gamer that this Coranderrk players can claim superi ority, and their .-kill and quickness in picking up and returning is well. kriown, but in hatting and howlitng thl advantage appears to he on the local side. Coranderrkl, rhowever, nscrioe thelir defetat to wait!. c practice, hut as this is a drawl ,c k to lthet, which must continue so until thly provide thein, s'.1ves with tlihe netsl.sary tools for sir doing,., it is hard to ima,'ine whent their players will he riwadei'd with the. sweets of victory. n:rlividu!illy there. art-e s.oe go~d c it. -lt rs in t lie Corin di-,lk team, hit they are few. The only iotable points ill Saturily's ant-e was the excellence of the visitors' fi.!,linte, the hattin,, o...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

IIEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of this council was held in the Shire Hall on Monday. Present :-The presi dent (Cr. Chandler), and Ors. Barton, Burti Bailey; Keppel, Sheehan, anid Sloss. CORRESPONDENCE. Froni Austin Hospital fBr Inctir ables, and Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, asking for donations.-Re ceived. From Victoiian Association for the I Promotion of Technical Education; drawing attention of council to its suc cessful inauguration, and forwarding copy of "Constitution and Rules." -Received. From Charles A. Topp, Chief Secre tary's office, forwarding petition of shopkeepers of Healesville for a half t holiday, and requesting that if same s be satisfactory that it be signed and c returned.-The secretary stated that he had complied with the request. From Charles A. Topp. forwarding copy of an Act relating to the Piritica- t tion of Electoral Rolls for the Iegisla- 1 tive Assembly and for other purposes, which came into operation on the '1st January.-Re...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

IE 1LESVi.llLE 1A iliER'Y. B '> t ti'or,:i the r'sicdcnts of iI ,la ith, Narl"ib,"iinn . Bl xton. Marysv:iile, anl srrnnadin districts. tlhait lie has taken the Old Ests ch? d Busines- I Of Mr. N. Ch:istensen, And under the: m:nai~emlnt. of Mrs. E. 1IOFET.i, he ihopes ly civility and atltentin to i,,tin:ss to imerit a fair sh:are of their patronage. 'Nona biut t.h b st oitss of Goo.ds KEPT. Best Bread (wivite and Imalt) in the dist rict. iatcriniý"and Small Gonods:a Specialy. Please note the address. -ýhristenson's Old E tahlished "Business, under the n1 inigeLmlent 01" MRiS. E. hRlOIEliTS. Prelii;/inary jNotice. F. RU DDIUCK ! I Desires to inform the inhabitants of Healesville that lie has now 'taken over the husiness lately occupied by MRS. ROBERTS, -In Nicholson Street, .'HEALESVILLE. GROCERIES,"of every description. Motto :Sm:all Profits and Quick Returns. Best Bread. White and t? hseaten Delivered to all parts of the 'district. Catering for Balls and Parties. Small gobds of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

SANLE. SALE. SALE. ALL PREVIOUS SALE ECLIPSED. OUR TWELFTH ANNUA Stocktaking Sale. BEEHIVE STORES, A SERIES OF GREAT BAR GAINS CO1MMENCING F-2ID Y, JULY 8th, 1'98, For One -Month. Orders ly Post, will r.ceive nut S~yl ,-rial (m re. BA1.:AINSJ UNLIVALL E D. CAPES, ULSTERS. -- --RE. MNANTS.. - REM NANT'1S. : 1 E 4..{IXG -AT 8" E SPECIAL VALUE IN an'zs 3ogys' and Youths.' Olothin2. .PRICES UNPARALLELED. Dress Goods Vlvotea?ns, 71shnolettes, FlannEls, Calioos. ShirtinEgs, Sho tings, Art Muslims, Lawc Cuecains. ROOTS. BOOTs -LARGEST STOCOK IN THE DISTRICT. GREAT .'. REDUCTIONS, Full Assorted Stock in all Departments. GC200EB, O OglEQ Y, -lssware, Furniture, and IxONMONG EY. -•:0:- '' Incandescent Gas Light, Rioyanl .IT surance Coy., Singer's Sewinznt Ma chines, Salvitis for Horses aidl Cattle, Walker's Organie Manurr, Blytlihe, Irvine and Binniey's Bone DuPt and Superphosphate, Equitable Life As siirance, Arthur Yates' "R liable Seeds." - REMEMBER: / \ B. 4- ore o. -- ,: I· ? :.::: ) ·.:...

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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 February 1899

PUBLISHED FRIDAY MOORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1890. GENERAL WS The half-hcliday mo 1me il come into force in Heealesvizle on Wdnesday afternoon next, when the-business people will close their shopsw ?ao o'clock. Residents should not forge~Tait this prin ciple is to be enforced, as by sodoing they might save themselves much inconveni ence. The usual monthly stock sale will be held in the local sale yards on Monday afternoon next, and Messrs. Munday and Matthews expect to make this sale one of the most successful yet held by them. A great number of entries have been pro mised, and as the stock forthcoming is re puted to be in forward condition, bidding should certainly be keen and spirited. " Everything comes to those who wait." The Healesville Fire Brigade, after wait ing for months and months has, with the assistance of the public purse and their own efforts, at last purchased a new fire bell, and, furthermore, has the same now in its possession. Much has been said and written rel...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) ATHLETIC SPORTS. (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

y (lVe .lo not nwcessarily endorse thd opinions of our correspondents.) a ATHLETIC SPORTS. (To the Editor Ileavlcille Guardian.) Sir,-Seeing that Easter is now close upon us, and there has been no move ment on foot so far in this district for the utilisation of Easter Monday for athletic sports, I would suggest that the public men of Healesville take the day up and run a sports meeting od the Recreation Ground. There is no need to make the prizes very big in all the events, the two principal items to be a Sheffield Handicap of, say, £4, and a Log-chopping contest for the same amount, the 'other events to be only of minor importance. As this district is t~ i " hot-bed " of wood choppers, an event of this sort would be sure to take on, and no doubt the local entries would he numerous, as .well as from choppers ins other parts. I think, Mrl. Editor, I have noticed in tihe " Guardian " recently that there is to be a chopping m:atch in Heales ville at Easter. Could not this be held in co...

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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

ST. JOlf N'S CHURCH O} ENG. LAND. The following is the repdrt and Sp balance sheet as read at the ainnual tiieeting of the above : SECRETARY'S REPOIT. Ladies and Gentlemen,-It is wifth Sc great pleasure that we beg to place be fore you the annual report for year Ct ending 31st Dec., 1898. In so doing we feel that we can congratulate, the congregation on being able to slibw such a satisfactory state of affairs in connection with the church. The year, from a financial poinit of view, has been a very satisfactory one whe;n we take everything into consideration, as undoubtedly, when there are so many other objects in our midst to support, the church fiinances must suffer accord ingly. Perhaps it seems a harsh asser tion to make, but, nevertheless, we Ca cannot shut 6our eyes to facts, for in many cases' the church is only a second aryconsideration, and we feel that with a certain anilount of self-sacrifice on our part will discover a remedy for the cause, and then there is not the sligh...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

SOCIAL EVENING. On Wednesday evening last, at the Presbyterian Church, Healesville, the Misses Cameron, members of the above named church, tendered a social even ing to the members of the congrega tion and their friends. The building was not large enough for the number who attended'at the invitation of the two ladies mentioned, but the best use. was made of the limited space at their disposal. The 'church had been divided into sections by the seats, and in each of these both young'and old could be seen taking part in the various games which were in progress during the evening, and all appeared to be thoroughly enjoying themselves. *At intervals during the evening the following musical selections were rendered in a creditable manner: Song, " Butterfly," Miss May Hancock; pianoforte duet, Mesdames Baird and Alexander ; song, " River of Years," IMr. Bailey; duet, "Life's Dream is O'er," Mr. and Mrs. Alexander ; reci tation, " Guilty, or Not Guilty," 3Miss _May Hancock; song, "The Land ...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

BOWLING. The local bowlers journeyed to Brighton on Saturday last, to play the return match with the bowlers in that locality. The contest took place oh' the North Brighton green, but owing: to a misunderstanding as to which place the match would take place, three players of 'the Healesville teari went to Brightn . Beach, and before they got back to North Brighton the game had commenced, and they could not take part in the contest. The result of the game was a win for Brighton by 28 points. The trip was a very enjoy able one, and the local bowlers speak highly of the treatment they 'received from the Brighton bowlers, *Messrs. Grieve, Harston, and Livesey being particularly attentive to the visitors. The f6ollwing are the scores:. BRIGHTON. No. 4 Rink. Messrs. Ross, Harston, Whyte, and Livesey (captain) . .. .. 34 No. 5 Rink. Messrs. ':Jackson, J. Burrows, Drew, adh Wilson (captain) ... 25 . No. 6 Rink. Mesrrs. Mattinson, Cheesemiian, •Lucas, and Bentley (captain) ... 31 Total ... ....

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WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

Ai American lpaper thus defines it SThe life-blood of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver. A flash of information to all the people. -The lever of trade. The mine that :yields pure gold in large dividends. The key-note of progress in the march to sticcess.' The dealer's sure road to success A medium 'for the increase of business. That, which booms, the plrce and enriches the advertiser. A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent people, profiting sender and receiver. Personal and public benefits are derived fromn its judicious application. A notice that brings best returns "or least money. The corner-stone .f the Temple ot Fortune. The power 'ant keeps trade in motlon. .lie elerrid.p'wer conccaling trace

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CHESTERVILLE. February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

CliSTE'RVILLE. FRno oun CORRESPONDENT. C February 7. Messrs. Chester and Locke's crush ing has turhed out satisfactory, as was S anticipated, 70 tons giving the payable return of 200 ounces of gold. There was no means of veigbing the calke of t gold here, except on ordinary spring balance,scdle&, so 200 ounces may be under the proper weight. The next "crushing is expected to be even" better I than this one, as the reef is looking exceptionally well in the stopes. The Yarra Track Syndicate 'are getting a trial crushiig: of 7 or 8 tbns carted to the Goldeh Secret battery, and ahdut'the end of the week the re "sult will be knbwn. 'This "yhdic'ate have a fide large body of stone,'and the position of this lease is exception ally favorable for tunnelling, and they have plenty of water in the creek for "crushing operations. Other leaseH are pilshing on with work. The Stockman's Reward had another. wash up last ireek, with, I hear, a: paydable result, but have not learned 'particula...

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Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

Courts of Petty Sessions. ---«--- Courts will be held during the year 1899 at the undermlentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz I Nanme of Court. Hour. Jan. Feb. Mlarch. April. May. June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. A.M. flcidelberg ... 10 li,o0f 30 13,0t 27 13,o1 27 10,o% 24 15,0f 29 12,0f 20 10,0f 24 7,0f 21 4,°f[ 18 2,o 16, 13, 270f 11 30°t Yarra Glen ... 8 .30 18 15' 15 12 10 7 5 2,30 27 25 22 13 leanlesville ... 2.30 19° 160 1G° 13° 110 8 6 3,0 31o 28° 26° 230 14° A.M. rilydalo e .. 9.30 6,o-" 13,3,Ot 10 3,o" 10 7,tf 14, 5,12. 2, 9,10, 7,14, 4,11, 1,8,15tf 0, 13,o , 10, 1,8,15, 20, 27 17, 24 17, 24 :1, 28 f 19, 260 23,Of 30 21,of28 18,or 25 22, 29 20, 27 17, 24 22, 2 Anderson's Creekl; 11 9° 6° GO 40 80 0 3,0310 280 250 230 200 180 Ilth ....... 11 10° 70 70 11 9o Po 40 1,0 290 26° 240 210 12* Qeenr:utown ... 11 23 200 • 20 17 22 19 17 14° 11 9 6 4 Ferntree Gully ... 9 24° 21° 21° 18° 230 20°0 i 8 150 120 10° 28° 19 * Police Magi...

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HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. Before Dr. Baird (chairman) and Messrs. Green, and Chandler, Js.P. UNLAWFULLY ASSAULTING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

IIEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. Before Dr. Baird (chairman) and Messrs. Gre;ek and Chandler, Js.P. UNLAWFULLY ASSAULTING, Constable Hocking proceeded against a man named William Draegner, 30 years of age, for unlawfully assaulting Mr. Lindts, of "The Hermitage," on Tuesday, 7th inst. Accused pleaded guilty to the-charge. The constable stated that on Tues-. day, 7th inst., he received a telephone' message from Mr. Lindts, to the effect that a man was up at his 'place and had tried to kill him. He gave Con stable Tucker charge of the case. The man did not appear to have any= respect for himself, and the Bench would probably deal with him in a' manner after hearihg the evidence.. The man went into the place and'conm menced'to knock the dog about, and upon Mr. 'Lindts remonstrating with him, the accused demanded ' tucker," and upon it being refused him, he thereupon assaulted that gentleman and struck him on the head with a stone. John William Lindts, deposed that on Tuesday morning a young ...

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FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

It is an ill wind that blows nobody good. The Yarra mystery has brought grist to one mill at any rate. A Prah rain photographler who possessed the likeness of the victim, Mabel Ambrose, exhibited a large print of it in Onapel street, and had runners selling copies. o It is said that the sale of these was enormous. They have discovered "a sister of General Kitchener at O.maru, New Zealand. Austialia is never at a loss. At Bendigo tle other day a man turned up claiming to be the Kaiser's brother, but " lie's in the asylum now." a The lone Tyson fed one ewe fad in his solitary wanderings. He confided off and on to a fellow pilg-im that he h -the desolate Jimmy--came of a titled' family,, and that his people owned-. land in England before the g Norman C~inquest. "I could claim a P title myself," iwas invariably the finale a e of his confidence. In corroboration o e A well-thumbed book of'the Peerage has been found in his suiiill stock. Tuesday's 'Age?" reveals the fact that the prize fo...

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EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

ExTaAcTs FROM GAMr isnh ISERIsH ES ACTs. 54 Vict. No. 1095, clause 5.-Wilfully de stroying, netting, or using other means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule below). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game dturing close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to bs for each bird or animal. Clause 7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. . Penalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal ; native game Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ing nest of imported or native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty-10s. each egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison ing game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking, selling, or exposing for sale any fish during close season for such fish. Penaity-Not than £20. and forfeiture of fish, "Hannah," said a landlady to her new servant, " when the...

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YARRA TRACK MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 February 1899

YAR?I TRACK MAIL SERVICE. THE necessity which exists for an additional mail service along the Yarra Track will surely not be lost sight of by the Postal Department, more especially when viewed in the light of recent developments. That the inade quate mail service is a grievance under which residents in that part suffer is borne out by the knowledge that a petition was some time ago sent to the Department praying for an increased service, but as no reply was received, it can nfaturally be assumed that the petition was either pigeon-holed or consigned to the receptacle under the table. No matter how flourishing the district, it must necessarily labor under many disadvantages when not enjoy ing the benefits of a free channel in so far as its mail requirements are con cerned. The Yarra Track is noexcep tion to these remarks, and to-day the gold-seekers of that part are in common with many other like places, crying out against the conditions under which they are living in this machinery....

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