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  • Brintons is a British manufacturer of carpets. Founded in 1783 by William Brinton at Hill Pool in Chaddesley, Kidderminster to manufacture spun yarns.
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  • Pune Lok Sabha constituency (Marathi: ???? ?????? ????????) is a Lok Sabha parliamentary constituency of Maharashtra.
  • 1) Oregano; 2) Twist, twisted yarn, strand of string of rope. The genitive of both these acceptations should be puneme.
  • Pune (????, pronounced ), formerly called Poona, also known as Punya-Nagari, is the seventh largest metropolis in India, the second largest in the state of Maharashtra, after Mumbai and the largest city in the Western Ghats.
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Carpets
Carpets
First published in 1939 this classic, historical book is in its complete and unabridged original form, extensively illustrated and full of instruction that is as useful and practical today as it was when originally published. Chapters include - History - Materials - Dyeing - Hand-made Carpets - Brusssels - Wilton - Axminster - Chenille - Tapestry - Ingrain - Design And Colour - Carpet Complaints - Statistics - Employers And Employed - Conclusion. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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Abandoned
Abandoned
This and a few stone walls is all that remains of a small mill/factory that once sat on Beaver Creak just on the Delaware side of the state line. Research suggests a woolen carpet mill from 1843 until about 1858, then a plow factory until 1873, when the site went into disuse. From History of Delaware: 1609-1888 Beaver Valley is a hamlet on Beaver Run. where that stream crosses the Pennsylvania line. The place is also locally known as Chandler's Hollow, being situated in a deep vale, through which flows the run to mingle its waters with those of the Brandywine, a short distance below. The improvement of the millsites of this small but precipitous stream gave this locality much importance in former years, but the failing water-power has caused these interests to decline. Half a century ago a woolen-mill was operated above the hamlet, which was swept away by a freshet August 5, 1843, and the power has since been idle. Daniel Ferris and others improved the next lower power, which is now in use to operate the manilla paper-mill of Frank Tempes. The capacity is small, but a good quality of paper is produced. A small woolen-mill was on the next power, but in the course of years Stephen Broadbent there manufactured Turkey carpets. The building was next occupied as a clover-mill, but, about thirty years ago, was used as a plow factory by William Morrison, Amor Jeffries, Horace Mousley and others. The water-power was made to operate a trip hammer and other heavy work, the plows being finished at a co-operating factory in Pennsylvania. This industry was discontinued about fifteen years ago. The flouring mills of Joseph Brinton and Isaac Smith occupied the lower sites and were well known in the early part of the century. The mill so long owned by the Smith family is now the property of William P. Talley, and though not operated extensively, is still a public convenience. Above it, in Pennsylvania, was Twaddell's Forge, which was in operation as early as 1780. Smith's bridge, across the Brandywine at this point, was built on piers in 1816. Six years later a freshet swept it away. It was rebuilt and again swept away in 1828. Amor Chandltr had the first store at Beaver Valley. In 1835 Charles and Martin Palmer were in trade. Lewis Talley followed later and with some partners manufactured shoes in connection with the store. John Chandler was also in trade, and since 1876, A. H. Chandler has been a merchant here. These merchants have also been postmasters of the Beaver Valley office. The hamlet has about a dozen houses and shops.
Brintons fire, Kidderminster
Brintons fire, Kidderminster
This is a non photographic postcard depicting the aftermath of a fire at a carpet factory belonging to Brintons. Dated January 23rd 1907, it is not known which part of the extensive factory the fire was in. The reverse of the card contains text from a newspaper report of the time, the Birmingham Gazette and Express.

brintons carpets pune
brintons carpets pune
Pune : An Expat and NRI Survival Guide
A quaint town, popular with the defense and scientific research organizations, has transformed into one of the fastest growing cities in India.

Pune is known by a plethora of sobriquets – Queen of the Deccan; Cultural Capital of Maharashtra; Pensioner’s Paradise; Oxford of the East and Detroit of the East, to name a few.

Located near Mumbai, Pune is India’s automobile hub. It is well known for its young and cosmopolitan crowd. It is an educational destination for Indian and foreign students and happens to be a culturally vibrant and active city.

Pune has its urban infrastructure woes like every other city in India. Traffic chaos, inadequate infrastructure and pollution are apparent. A lot of expats and NRIs have relocated to Pune.

Living in Pune should be comparatively easy compared to Delhi or Mumbai. The city has a manageable scale, enjoys a pleasant climate and has always been welcoming to foreigners. Residents recommend ‘Koregaon Park, Boat Club Road, Bund Garden and Kondhwa’ as great options for expats to live in.

Immigrants to the city have diverse views. Some find the city to be ‘quiet and very exciting at the same time’, whereas others feel that Pune has changed from what it was a decade ago. They find that ‘Pune people today are rude and unfriendly’. This is a predominant feeling among city bred, returning NRIs.

Urban life in India has changed from what it was a decade or two ago. Anyone moving to Pune or for that matter any urban destination in India should appreciate that finding reliable domestic help will be a challenge.

This ebook answers all basic questions about Pune, utilities and services, schools and medical facilities, information resources, shopping hot spots, recreational and cultural centres, doing business and more. ‘Chilli Tips’ are meant to guide you to tackle everyday problems. Interviews with some NRIs and foreign students give you insights on life in Pune- the good and the bad.

A quaint town, popular with the defense and scientific research organizations, has transformed into one of the fastest growing cities in India.

Pune is known by a plethora of sobriquets – Queen of the Deccan; Cultural Capital of Maharashtra; Pensioner’s Paradise; Oxford of the East and Detroit of the East, to name a few.

Located near Mumbai, Pune is India’s automobile hub. It is well known for its young and cosmopolitan crowd. It is an educational destination for Indian and foreign students and happens to be a culturally vibrant and active city.

Pune has its urban infrastructure woes like every other city in India. Traffic chaos, inadequate infrastructure and pollution are apparent. A lot of expats and NRIs have relocated to Pune.

Living in Pune should be comparatively easy compared to Delhi or Mumbai. The city has a manageable scale, enjoys a pleasant climate and has always been welcoming to foreigners. Residents recommend ‘Koregaon Park, Boat Club Road, Bund Garden and Kondhwa’ as great options for expats to live in.

Immigrants to the city have diverse views. Some find the city to be ‘quiet and very exciting at the same time’, whereas others feel that Pune has changed from what it was a decade ago. They find that ‘Pune people today are rude and unfriendly’. This is a predominant feeling among city bred, returning NRIs.

Urban life in India has changed from what it was a decade or two ago. Anyone moving to Pune or for that matter any urban destination in India should appreciate that finding reliable domestic help will be a challenge.

This ebook answers all basic questions about Pune, utilities and services, schools and medical facilities, information resources, shopping hot spots, recreational and cultural centres, doing business and more. ‘Chilli Tips’ are meant to guide you to tackle everyday problems. Interviews with some NRIs and foreign students give you insights on life in Pune- the good and the bad.

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