London Gazette

 

Mrs Ranbir Goes To Work

October 28, 1906 ·

A government department is to send the wife of the esteemed scientist Chan Ranbir on a nationwide tour to extoll the virtues and benefits of owning a Clockwork Servant.

Tinku Ranbir, who has kept a low profile since she arrived in the country from India almost two decades ago, is to be the human face that promotes Clockwork use around the United Kingdom.

This non-political appointment is already drawing criticism from groups such as the Machine Liberation Front, who say this is a desperate attempt to draw attention from several much publicised incidents of Clockwork abuse, and recent anti-Clockwork riots around the country.

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