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ROYAL DOCKYARD APPRENTICES.

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ROYAL DOCKYARD APPRENTICES. ADMIRALTY CIRCULAR. I The following letter has been sent by the Admiralty to the various Royal dockyards :— "With reference to the result of the apprentices' examination held in April last, the fact that it is found impossible to obtain all the dockyard and naval ship- wright apprentices required without takipg in a number of youths who, though qualified, have obtained exceed- ingly low marks in the examination it is considered desir- able that in future examinations for entry be held in April and October. This course it is anticipated will have the effect of increasing the number of candidates presenting themselves annually for examination, and also of improving the standard of those selected. It has accordingly been decided to hold a second examination this year in October, and it is requested that it may be reported within a week if possible what number of apprentices shall be entered in the various trades at that examination." It is understood that 50 lads will be entered at Pem- broke Dock as the result of this order.

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