Wemmick presented to me as a smelter
who kept his pot always boiling, and who would melt me anything I pleased - and who was in an excessive white-perspiration, as if he had been trying his art on himself.
Near the iron-mine, which is on the mainland, is a smelter
, and on the eastern shore of Anoroc, a well equipped ship-yard.
We had called in at Selby's Smelter one afternoon, while on patrol work, when all unknown to us our opportunity happened along.
The high wind and big seas of San Pablo Bay had been too much for them; all hands were sick, nobody knew anything or could do anything; and so they had run in to the smelter either to desert the yacht or to get somebody to bring it to Benicia.
With the wind then blowing, we could sail the yacht into Benicia in a couple of hours, have several more hours ashore, and come back to the smelter on the evening train.
I could make out the Selby Smelter
on the Contra Costa shore and the Mare Island lighthouse.
And does it not also control copper, to say nothing of running a smelter
trust as a little side enterprise?
And when the Setliffe crowd shook down Idaho, and reorganized the smelter
trust, and roped in the rest of the landscape, and put through the big hydraulic scheme at Twin Pines, why I sure got squeezed.
Here too dwelt those famous smelters
and welders who had made the Bordeaux steel the most trusty upon earth, and could give a temper to lance or to sword which might mean dear life to its owner.
Then they came again to the Sacramento, where the great smelters
of Kennett explained the destruction of the vegetation.
Tiwai bosses have launched a review to see whether power supply to the aluminium smelter
can be secured through multiple contracts beyond the next year when its current contract with Meridian Energy can be ended.
01 version include an updated Standard Smelter
List and improvements for a more consistent identification of smelters
at the facility-level.