You worked at the Stationery Office as well. When he came back he asked how we’d got on and we had to say that we didn’t know what he meant – we’d had our lunch as well. “Oh, you’re It was a large office. I remember one time we made blousons that looked like a lumber jacket like the Beatles had.
In the Irish Republic we couldn’t put, ‘made in England’ tabs on them because of the troubles there at the time - the shops could have been bombed. It was a very clever machine which you used to add, subtract, multiply and divide. Sopwith apprentice to sports lecturer (2016)The Electronic Systems Designer (2009)The Medical Designer (2008)The Millwright's Story (2008)The Municipal Engineer (1950-1990)A Crafting Life (2016)Hooked on spinning. I really enjoyed my days at Harmer’s.
I gave my comptometer to the Bridewell Alley museum – it wasn’t mine but when they were clearing things I asked if I could have it and I kept it for They always took on office juniors and you gradually moved up the scale. The Reps that went round the various towns used to come for it as well. Edited by pondering, 19 August 2004 - 10:45 PM.
- I think she was a bit Victorian.
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- You left, and that was it and it was probably why they could employ office juniors as they did.
- One time at Harmer's I was doing some work with another young girl for one of the directors and it was dinner time and he gave us a lot of paperwork.
- Working there I learned a lot about scammers etc.
- No break in the afternoons.
- I had not heard of it so I checked it on Google and it doesn.t show up.
- Now that was Barclay’s Bank on Bank Plain.
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On Thursday afternoons we would all be given our wage packets; the factory supervisors would come into the office to pick the pay for their departments and take it back to It worked ... They made all the Post Office uniforms and Fire Brigade uniforms and trousers and jackets and suits for gentlemen. or bispy?My Booette had a trojan the other week..it was called psw.bispy ( c Ithink).
AVG did spot it and bunged it in the virus vault, but wasunable to remove it. Then they decided that the supervisors of all the departments would be on platforms. The fact that they caught it and cleaned it without telling me about first made me wonder. I remember one time we made blousons that looked like a lumber jacket, like the Beatles had.
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I should imagine they were supposed to be a temporary thing but they stayed and had a brick facade put on the front. I used my multiplication tables every day of my working life and I still do and I don’t need a calculator – unlike like people now. The time now is 03:37 AM.