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I COAL AND COKE SUPPLIES.…

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COAL AND COKE SUPPLIES. Official Circular to Public Bodies. I We have received from Mr. Fint"y A. (nlls.on. eiccreUiio' t !k Lhst!! I Conl r. n<i Coke uppLie6 Committee for South Wales and Monmouthshire, appointed by the Board of-Trade, a copy of a circular which has been addressed to various public bodies in South Wales, setting forth the arrange- ments for the supply of house coal during the coming winter. It states that all the colliery companies in the South Wales and Monmouthshire district shall be instructed to supply the same merchants with the 6anie quantity of house coal each month from September to December inclusive as was supplied in the cofresponding months of last year. It is considered that this is the best course to adopt, as each colliery company will then know to whom, and what quantity, they have to supply each month, and the merchants will know to which colliery companies they have to apply for their house coal, and the quan- tity ttiey are entitled to order from each company. For example, assuming a mer- chant bought from a colliery company (b) 500 tons and from a colliery company (e) 200 tons in September, 1915, lie would be entitled under the above arrangement to buy from colliery company (b) 500 tons and from colliery company (f) 200 tons in September, 1916. The scheme has re- ceived the approval of the Board of Trade, and must not be deviated from by the merchants. "It is niost important," the circular adds, that every effort should be made by any committee appointed in your district, and by the coal merchants, to point out to the householders the urgent necessity for the strictest economy in the use of fuel, and the committee request that every assistance poss le shall be rendered to keep the requirements down to the lowest possible limit."

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