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A BARRY DOCK OCCURRENCE.

BOILERMAKERS' SOCIETY IN WALES.

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BOILERMAKERS' SOCIETY IN WALES. RESIGNATION OF MR FRANK FOX. COUNCILLOR J. H. JOSE, J.P., AND THE VACANCY. ALREADY APPOINTED PRO TEM. An Executive Committee of the Boiler- makers' Society was held at the Angel Hotel, Cardiff, on Monday last, at which, among other important business transacted, was the con- sideration of the resignation of Councillor F. A. Fox as delegateâa position which he has held with great credit to himself and considerable benefit to the Society for many years past. Councillor Fox explained at length his reasons for resigning and declining to accept the position of general secretary of the Society in succession to Mr Knight, and to which he would undoubtedly have been appointed. Mr Fox has alieady accepted a position under the newly-constituted Employers' Federation, and the members of the Ixecutive, after accepting his resignation, wished Mr Fox every success in his new sphere. With regard to the appointment of a suc- cessor, the matter was discussed at some length, there being a unanimous feeling expressed that Councillor J. H. Jose, J.P., of Barry, should be selected. Considerable pressure was brought to bear upon that gentlemen, who eventually accepted the position pro tem. The point as to the residence of Mr Jose at Cardiff, instead of at Barryâan insuperable difficulty-was over- come in favour of Mr Jose, who will undoubedly be appointed. The numerous friends of Mr Jose will be delighted to learn of the elevation of that gentleman by his fellow-workmen; an act impelled by the splendid service he has rendered the Boilermakers' Society in particular and the Labour cause generally.

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