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NEW SWANSEA DOCKMASTER.

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NEW SWANSEA DOCKMASTER. SUCCESSOR TO LATE CAPTAIN KISSOCK. Swansea Harbour Trustees on Monday made the appointment of a master for the Last Deck, to succeed the late Capt. Kis- ^ck. Thirty-three candidates had been re- duced to four, and these were interviewed r?'8 ^stees, the names being Capt. Dd. Griffith Davies, 47, St. George's-terra^e, ^jwansea; Capt. Davies Evans, Swansea; Capt. B. W. Trick, London; s-nd Captain Richardson, Swansea. (Photo by Talma, Sydney). Captain Davias obtained a clear majority upon the first voting, and he received the appointment. The new doc km aster is 45 years of age, a. native of Swansea, and has been a sea- goer for 32 years, commencing his career wil,n the Swansea firm of Richardsons. For 21 years he has been in the service of Messrs. Dunford and EMiott, Newcastle, and is now master of tho s.s. Monkeaton. He was a close candidate some time ago for the post of master of Surrey Commercial Dock, Lon- don, being one of the two selected out of am applicants.

REV. T. TEIFION RICIHARDS.

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SECOND DAY'S PPOCEEDINGS.