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Swansea New Dock. I I VISIT OF SOUTH WALES ENGINEERS, Work of the Institute. ^bouj^es^ay at tlie invitation of Sir Griffith chairman of the Swansea Harbour nite of raerr)i,eM of the South Wales Insti- *he ] £ ^Qgincers paid a visit of inspection to at s t!r(s Dock. now in course of construction densea. A large number of members ^ie jobrney from Newport and Car- i ^kin acc°nipanied by the president, Mr T.H. ey J reached Swansea at 11 o'clock. At 11.15 Ce reccive(i by the chairman and Jisito^^mbers of the Harbour Trust. The I cluded Mr T. H. Deakin (president of v^Et^k te), Mr M. Hann (past president), k°W« Jordan (vice-president), Mr Wm. rp_ J?:' Mr E. Stuart, Mr Thomas Arnold, Mr e Cr*i Mr J. D. Lewis (members of Jiaitop?10^* Sir Griffith Thomas offered the ^rinf^ Cor(iial welcome, and gave a brief Ve7 tloa of the new dock. It would have a area of about 6S acres, with room for ■The colf1^' Warehouses, wharves, and works. 61 ha^1 f Wou*d be something like a million and t'ea^y ?* money. The dock was expected to be the Ar^t three Years' time. "Uhe a y°r also offered a welcome on behalf *>ld He spoke ol the time when the Abbey Works used to supply the M>o}l at*d machinery for practically the ^°Pth f Wales. Now they went to the ke^ct° lag and. He trusted they would not r3itch enneering and the mechanical 6°$ine their industries. He further hoped the fcrotH i1"3 Present would do all in their power to 1 technical education. eak*a» president of the institute, acknow- atld assured the Mayor that the engin- st; ent would do all they could to remove J The fDla' had referred to. ftesepju^pection of the new dock (which was ^r°vej our columns only a few weeks ago) '/■fho ^ost interesting to the visitors. M; j ^isitors were subsequently entertained <eu°n the Hotel Metropole. Sir ^easn ^homas said it gave him the greatest r'f to welcome the South Wales Institute Un"r|leers t° the ancient borough of Swan- !?8llch 1 6 conRTf'atulated them on having come number and having their presi- *W) (jn them. The Institute of Engineers 1X1 Uch to develop the resources of the fte 1pTj\had amongst its members some of v scientists and metallurgists that 't1íe a.d ever produced. |Resident of the Institute (Mr Deakin) _Sir Griffith for inviting them to Jhev a.ncieDLt town—a city of the future, J-W had all been delighted to see gra-d dock and to meet Sir Griffith. teit- ould be no question of the decadence of II)dustrics If all their men did as SIr, diet,, viz., their best, not only (or them- th° land of their birth. That ^^uon was founded in 1857, and Mr Wm. r\\>()'IflaUB was to rst President. Next year; |Qot rt Jubiie, and the landlords could I^P. °/rr^ CC" 'n fo take them for a beautihil hoar.) The institute had done a [ foe the industries of the district. A ^j^JUrnber o £ members were colliery and officials, and a man could not c0mDa colliery unless he was backed up by a ^en a lot of officials and competent work- besid43 Well They had now 454 members, diees -U t,,S, &c. At anytime of trouble socia r^in r» Who were more to the front than | Keers ? At such times they knew no party *he^ cUss—they were all ot one mind to do JoJS for humanity. (Applause) He pro- C{th; health of the chairman and members e Swansea Harbour Trust.

GUARD v. PLYMOUTH.I

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