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SOUTH WALES INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS.

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SOUTH WALES INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS. THE LATE MR. HORT HUXHAM. In our issue of last week we published a report of the important address delivered by the new President of the South Wales In- stitute of Engineers. The meeting was held at Cardiff. Mr. Henry K. Jordan, F.G.S., announced that since the last quarterly meeting their secretary, Mr. Hort Huxham, had died. Mr. Huxham had for many years faithfully, zealously, and efficiently performed the duties of his office. It was unanimously resolved, on the motion of Mr. H. K. Jordan, seconded by Mr. Henry W. Martin, to vote a sum of j6150, being the amount of one year's salary of the late secretary, to the two daughters of Mr. Huxham. It was announced that at a meeting of the Council Mr. T. Jones-Price, B.A., F.G.S., Cardiff, had been unanimously elected sec- retary of tho Institute. Mr. Jones-Price has been, a member of the Institute for nearly thirty years, and a member of the Council for more than twenty years. Tho following office-bcarers were elected for the year:-As vice-presidents. Mr. T. Hurry Riches, Cardiff, and Mr. Ithel Tre- harne Rees, Cardiff. As members of the Council, Mr. Robert Jordan, Newport; Professor A. C. Elliott. D.Sc., Cardiff; Mr. R. W. A. Southern, Cardiff; Mr. T. Jcnes- Price. Cardiff; Mr. W. Thomas, Gailvs, Aberdare; Mr. W. H. Massey, Twyford; and Mr. J. Dyer Lewis, H.M. assistant inspector of mines. „ j A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the retiring president, on the proposition of Mr. Thomas Evens, the incoming president, seconded by Mr. R. Laybourne, and suppor- ted by Mr. T. H. Deakm. Mr. Henry K. Jordan felicitously acknowledged the com- pliment.

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