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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.

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  • 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.
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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.

Förhandsvisa den här boken » Så tycker andra-Skriv en recensionVi kunde inte hitta några recensioner.Utvalda sidorTitelsidaInnehållIndexReferensInnehållExamination of Plant Material 9 Detection of Fungal Plant Pathogens in Seeds 53 Identification of Fungi It was all cash and that system continued for a long while.   Harmers Wages Department Christmas 1960 When I first started I was very nervous about answering the telephone I was looking at a site called virustotal.com and was amazed at the number of new viruses daily. Using the site is easy and fun.

I said, “If you can’t give them to me after all this time…” “Oh take two pairs. This will clear all your restore points and any bad files. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. I found it very friendly.

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.

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Then I had to get the money, take it down the canteen, get their orders, put it on a tin tray and have it all ready for coffee time. Later on they made ladies’ slacks and children’s trousers. We just sort of rattled around in there. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account?

Harmers Easter Bonnet Parade 1975 My last job there was as the credit controller. That went down like a lead balloon. You’d go down at dinner-time and wait in the queue, not an orderly queue because we’d all be shouting out what we wanted. “I’ll have a fruit pie, I’ll have a

Unfortunately the comptometer in the Bridewell museum is not on show.

They made different coloured school blazers for different schools and they had an embroidery department which was used to do the different embroidered badges. I hope whoever employs you next, you’ll not be so much trouble!” They closed in July 1990 and I finished in May and then the building lay dormant for a while. You don't think a software vendor would purposely insert a little file in its free Anti-virus and then announce to you that it caught the virus and cleaned it out (and Hughes is at the Central Science Laboratory (CSL), UK.

One of my jobs was to type the blazer orders in a book, and I used to do this religiously every morning. Then one day when I was in the city, the cashier at Harmer’s saw me and said, “Hello Eileen, what are you doing now?” I said, “I’m doing temp work at Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup List There used to be a Christmas party for the children and one of the gentlemen would dress up as Father Christmas.

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If one department was particularly naughty we’d all be trooped out for a little talk and then we’d all be trouped back in again and everyone would know you’d been told Let them think you’re better than what you are.” That’s always stuck in my mind. Hs anyone heard of such a Trojan??? The girls were alright and not different to us as Mother would say.

I can taste them now. They had keys, one to nine, in rows; the even numbers were flat and the odd numbers had an indentation so you didn’t need to look at it as you worked. Certain people were picked out of the different departments to go and check the money and put it in the wage packets and seal them up. Somebody else would get on the bus with the Gladstone bag and go down on the bus - regular as clockwork every day.