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J L. & N.W.R. Promotions. j V -4 SOUTH WALES CHIEF INSPECTOR The directors of the London and North-Wes- tern Railway Company have appointed Chief Staff-Inspector A. Jones, Abergavenny, to be chief inspector of the South Wales district, in succession to the late Chief-Inspector Purves, while Traffic-Inspector A. Price, Brynmawr, has been appointed Chief Staff-Inspector; at Abergavenny. Chief-Inspector Arthur Jones is a native of Llantarnam, Monmouthshire, and joined the London and North-Western Railway Company as signalman at Aborgavennv in 1879, having previously been in the employ of the Great Western Railway Company. In 1893 he was promoted to be traffic inspector at Brynmawr, and in 1900 was appointed chieff staff-Inspector at Abergavenny, and his promotion to be chief inspector of tho South Wales district has given satisfaction to his colleagues. Chief Staff-Inspectof Alfred Price is a native of Beaufort, and attended the elementary schools at the same time-as Mr. T. Richards, M.P. Mr. Price entered the employ of the London and North-Western Railway Company as a porter at Beaufort in 1877, and was pro- moted to be stationmast^ at Gilwern, where he stayed for six vea:rs,!b--ing afterwards trans- ferred to Beaufort as stationmaster. After having been at Beaufort for eight years he suc- ceeded Chief-Inspector Jonc.as traffic inspector at Brynmawr, I* ■

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