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suit INSPECTORS FOlt MINES. In the House of Commons on Thursday, the Home j Secretary, in answer to a question fnai Air. D. A. Thomas, said he could not find that his predecessor in office had made any promise to appoint a new class of j sub-assistant inspectors for coal nnues from the ranks of practical workmen, nor was ho prepared to create such a class. In claims of applicant- for tho posts of assistant inspectors, practical ex|>crieti>-u would always be considered in connection with the jKisses- sion of theoretical knowledge and necessary require- rnents. ,J r. P, A. Thomas reminded the i-iglit hon. j gentleman that the late Home Secretary did make a specific promise that such assistant inspectors should be appointed from the rrnk- of practical workm"u. The Home Secretary was not aware of such a pro- mirfo. His predecessor certainly did make appoint- rnents of two assistant inspectors of this class for metalliferous mines, but formed no iutention, "u far as I10 knew. to create a new class of sub-assistant inspectors such as was suTTgestt-d.

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