[Bell Historians] Beetles

matthewhigby at _ehhw3RNMLquOT-rgGe8lktR1i51EWhLrKwU_9dTh7LjeFzRyFynbHYi_Ew2vSVNg7LNT0vNZwThuHce_w.yahoo.invalid matthewhigby at _ehhw3RNMLquOT-rgGe8lktR1i51EWhLrKwU_9dTh7LjeFzRyFynbHYi_Ew2vSVNg7LNT0vNZwThuHce_w.yahoo.invalid
Wed Apr 25 09:09:25 BST 2007

In a message dated 25/04/2007 08:34:23 GMT Standard Time,  
andrew-higson at FK0ynEb1X2pWQJca0VKTYHgDPFZmvmT2jF5J4nNTy1qj_vN3QNKlevl292ENNFJ51EHdQ4UP_7agCMPaG0zzdPJGB8e36hzhnBA.yahoo.invalid writes:

I’m  fairly certain it isn’t – the DWB grub is whiter and more maggot like 
than the  one I saw and the beetle more  hairy!

Are you sure you didn't mstake the grubs/beetle for a couple of  bellhangers 
from another firm??? The description fits quite well from my  
experience......... :-)
Matthew Higby & Company Ltd,
Church Bell  Engineers,
Jasmine Cottage,
The Street,
BA3  4HN.


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