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WELSH MINING EXPERT. I + MERTHYR GENTLEMAN IN AUSTRALASIA. Mr. Thomas Pearson Moody, one of the oldest mining engineers in Australasia, has just retired from the position of manager of the Hikurangi Company's colliery at Whangarei, New Zealand. Mr. Moody is the son of the late John Moody, who for 27 years was the general manager of the Cyfarthfa Collieries, Merthyr Tydfil, where prior to his leaving Wales 43 years ago he held the position of superintendent of the coilieries under his father. He s a, brother of William Moody, who was at one. time foreman of the Stanton Colliery of the Lehigh and Wilkes-Barre Coal Company, Wilkes-Bar re. America, and later of Mocnna- qua Colliery, and is a brother of Mrs. H. Y. Rees, of Wilkes-Barre. He is also a brother of the late Mrs. Thomas T. Jones, of 19, Lochaber-street, Cardiff, and an old-time friend of Mr. Christmas Evans, Penheol- gerrig House. Merthyr In the Western Hemisphere, saye the Northern Daily Advocate," Whangarei, Now Zealand, in announcing his retirement, IMr. Moody is one of the most widely known mining experts. He was fer fifteen years general manager of the i celebrated Marat ah collieries, in New South, Wales, which under his management gave the shareholders for many years a hand- some dividend, and was the. mover in establishing the present New Castle Aus- tralasia Steamship Company, and acted as its first and subsequent chairman for years. Mr. Moody left Australia 30 years ago for Whangarei, Xew Zealand, to open the Hikurangi coalfield in Northern New Zealand, which has eo prospered as to hp] one of the moet prosperous mining concerns in New Zealand. He has retired from the Hikurangi coalfield to open up a large tract of coal la-n-d which he has leased for a. term of years from the New Zealand Government, and has already commenced operations. On his retirement the company and the employes tendered him a banquet and a purse of sovereigns. Among the gathering were the leading" members of the mining fraternity and Labour leaders. Mr. Moody is a member of the British fraternity and La.bour leaders. Mr. Moody is a member of the British Institute of Mining Engineers of the North of England, South Wales Institute of Mining Engineers, the New South Wales Institute of Mining Engineers, and the British Geographical Society. Mr. Moody has recently made an extensive purchase of drilling machinery from a New York firm for the purpose of using it in the large area of coal lands he recently leased and will open up.

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