The Avett Brothers are right. Aerosol lacquer leaves a nearly perfect finish straight from the can, but even the finish is too shiny for my taste. To tone down that glistening shine, I prefer to rub it out with a green synthetic steel wool (Scotch Brite) pad.
But there is a ray of hope, visible as the residents of Karimati Basti attempt to build on the opportunity albeit one based on a tragedy of a moment in the spotlight, to try to focus attention on the need for better services. At the end of our visit, a panchayat ward member came to us with a piece of paper in hand, on which she had written a list of demands. With Video Volunteers cameras rolling, she presented this list in front of a scrum of visiting reporters and politicians..
Thomas in St. Paul. (Bethel and St. The other marked a spoon I have with Sipelia Stainless Steel Sheffield England. There is also another query but it may not relate to Sheffield the front of the Sipelia spoon is stamped Edwin Jones Co Ltd along the handle and Coronet across it. Can anyone out there help with any of these?H M Co, would be Harris Miller and Co, I am not sure what happened to them though.Originally posted by owdladMost cutlery companies had orders from the Government at one time or another, so it’s a fair bet that Harris Miller did work for them.Harris millers was on Eyre St part of the offices are still there but the rest of the firm burnt down just after it closed for good (a very suspicious fire to us in the trade) Its site is at the corner of Matilda St and Eyre st its now a car park.Any cutlery that was made for the government, no matter who made it had to mark it with an ARROW hence the arrow marks on the old prison tunics you could put on your company name too.The name on the spoon mentioned was probably a large firm and they had a set made for the board room with their logo put on it.Originally posted by sezemeseedsMillers probably did supply to the Government.
About the ParkThe land that includes Pokagon State Park was originally inhabited by the Potawatomi Indians. Later it was established as a state park in 1925. It covers 1,260 acres of land and is bordered on it’s west and much of it’s southern side by Lake James while Snow Lake is near it’s northwestern end.
Pull your heads in and give all the staff a fair go. If you have a complaint take it to the grand planner of the current fiasco and let him know but please stop abusing our nursing staff. They do a great job.Stephen Rainsford, West Launceston.A river in crisisDON Davey once again brings up the subject of the Tamar crisis and brings back to life the original Lake Batman proposal of almost a decade ago.Yes, since that time The Examiner readers have been taken around the mulberry bush with grandiose ideas that don’t take in the real issues that are now building to crisis point with flood issues in the North Esk, and the massive silt issues caused by this massive drain of pollutants constantly seeping into the Tamar Basin.The traffic problem has not been looked at with any seriousness for decades and that too is now long overdue and that crisis is already upon us with nothing in the wind except perhaps the mayor’s idea of placing a bridge from the West Tamar to Forster Street, and even the layman could see the folly in that.MERRY Christmas to you to the “L” plater driving the light coloured Mitsubishi Lancer towards Launceston, past the Agfest turn off, on the Bass Highway about 10.15am on December 19.Whatever it was that occupied your mind for those four to five seconds when you crossed the dotted lines and kept coming towards me in my lane (I’m sure you would remember me as I had to run off the side of the road to avoid you at 110 km/h and I know I will never forget it), surely it wasn’t important enough to stop you from concentrating on driving in your lane, and surely it was not worth the near miss that we had..