Figs. 1 and 2 illustrate a convenient little case in which workmen can carry tea or coffee and sugar to work. It is made of scrap pieces of tin, such as come from an old corned beef tin. The side piece is tinned round, seamed, and soldered. The division piece, seen in Fig. 3, is next soldered in, and the bottom cut out and fixed. In cutting this, care should be taken to leave sufficient stuff to form the lap joint. The lid, Fig. 4, fits tight over a narrow rim soldered round the inside of the top edge. The division is placed beyond the centre to afford a larger space for the sugar than is required for the tea or coffee.
A Workman's Tea and Sugar Case.