And, when it is installed in Rockdale, it will strike a chord with a local woman who last heard its peals at her wedding in Seaton Sluice
To our amazement, Father Brendan Quirk, parish priest of St Joseph's, has heard from a local lady who came from Seaton Sluice
and was married at St Paul's when the bell was rung for her wedding.
Goddard had previously pleaded guilty to "interfering" with the sluice
between December 20 and 23 last year.
Once we have these sluice
gates fixed, it will allow us to de-silt the millpond.
Furious residents living upstream of the Khlong Sam Wa canal earlier tried to forcibly raise the sluice
gate and demanded that the authorities ease flooding in their communities by channeling more water through the canal.
It was caused by the city closing the sluices
at the southern end of the 792-gallon Kendall Reservoir, cutting off the water supply through a transmission main 3,000 feet to Holden Reservoir No.
Bunds, sumps, plinths, channels and sluices
are susceptible to deterioration through attack from chemicals.
Whenever the requirement is relaxed, the semantics of an antecedent can trigger a sluice
that results from sprouting--the only option that violates overt structural identity in OE.
The government, in a statement Thursday, accused the LTTE of ''trying again to wrest control'' of the Mavilaru sluice
with mortar and artillery fire.
According to Dr Freek Venter, Kruger's chief conservation officer, the building of the sluice
gates will raise the current full supply level and, in time, fill the gorge with sediment, causing the deep-water pools to disappear, along with the biodiversity.
Graham Primrose, 44, a former sluice
keeper at the dam, saw a group of youths running from the site, spotted the vandalism and alerted Scottish Water.
3 CUT the discharge end of each sluice
at about a 30-degree angle with a hacksaw.