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MOREWOOD'S DOCTOR. I THE PRELIMINARY BALLOT. On Saturday last the operatives engaged at the South Wales Works, Llanelly, registered their votes in the first ballot in relation to the appoint- ment of a medical officer in succession to the late Dr. J. A. Jones, who held the post so many years. There were eight candidates in the field. The booth was opened for some hours, the arrangements carried out by the committee being of a very satis- factory nature. The greatest interest was taken in the proceedings, and no fewer than 933 operatives recorded their votes, each operative voting for one man out of the eight, a condition having been previously imposed that the two highest on the poll were to submit themselves to a second ballot. It is exceedingly creditable that of the 933 votes re- corded, there was really only one spoilt paper. The declaration of the poll was made early in the even- ing as follows Dr. J. L. Davies (Llanelly) 411 J. Edgar Davies (Llanelly) 323 i S. G. Morris (Nantgaredig) 84 „ E. Evans (Llanelly) 53 „ D. J. Williams (Lianellv) 28 „ S. J. Roderick (Llanelly) 19 G. P. James (Llanelly) 14 „ J. H. Jones (Festiniog) l A further ballot will be taken to-day (Thursday) on Dr. J. L. Davies and Dr. Edgar Davies. Mr. William Roberts was presiding officer and the scrutineers were Messrs. Evan Roberts and W. P. Rees. The committee were Messrs. David Thomas, John Thomas, David Harries, Alec Wilson, and J. R. Thomas. At the invitation of the men Mr. Herbert D. Rees, and Mr. D. O. Williams were present to superintend the arrangements.

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