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Gerald Hamlin Randell

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Gerald Hamlin Randell (1881- )

1922 B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E., Elec. and Mech. Engr.; Chief Engr., Denny Brothers, Ltd., Engrs. and Machinery Importers, Perth, Western Australia; b. 1881; s. of F. H. Randell, Pastoralist, N.S.W. Ed. Prince Alfred Coll., S. Australia. Training: Adelaide Sch. of Mines, S. Australia; Perth Tech. Sch., W. Australia; 4 years' course in Elec. Eng., 4 years' course in Mech. Eng., Univ. of W. -Australia. Career: 1907-17—Chief Engr., Power House, Fremantle Tramways, W. Australia; 1917-18—Chief Engr., Edna May Central Gold Mine, W. Australia; 1918-19—Chief Engr., Raub-Australian Gold Mine, Pahang, Malaya; 1919-20—Mech. Engr. for J. and A. Russell and Co., Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, F.M.S.; Cons. Engr. for Rawang Tin Mine, Selangor, F.M.S.

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