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South Wales Engineers. II VISIT TO LLANEI.-LY. The members of the South Wales Institute of Engineers paid a visit to Llanelly on Thursday, and spent a busy day inspecting some of the best-known works for which the Tinplate town is famous. After their arrival, the party proceeded to the South Wales Works, where they were received on behalf of Messrs Richard Thomas- and Co. by Mr. Dd. Jones (secretary), Mr. C. P. Lewis (manager of the tinplate works), and Mr. John Lewis (manager of the steel works). At the invita- tion of the directors of the company, the party sat down to lunch at the Memorial Hall, after which a hearty vote of thanks was accorded Messrs. Richard Thomas and Co. Later on j the party wrecondueted round the splendid I tinplate and steel works, where they were able to see in actual operation the latest equip- ments in tin-making and steel-smelting. At the. filed works special attention was given to the Morgan. Gas-producer and the electric chargers, which have done away with a great deal of manual lalxmr. Subsequently a. move was made to the Glanmor Foundry and the South Wales Pottery, where some splendid uxamples. of the potter's art were seen in the making. At 5.30 a dinner was held at the Stepney ( Hotel, where references were made to the ad- j mirable works that Llanelly possessed. j The arrangements for hospitably entertain j ing the visitors were carried f-ut by Mt. Arnold, civil and mining engineer. â Yon cannot do bettor 1 "Y Stores, f von want !t. money.

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