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f- i ? NEARLY EIGHTY | MILLIONS'

I I DEAD MAN FLYING. I

LATE MR. JNO. ROBERTS, J.P.I

SHOOTINC AT SKETTY.

I .TOOK THE JbKE SERIOUSLY.…

RHONDDA AND SWANSEA BAYI .-..…

VITAL- LINK.I

-1918 u NATIONAL M -I

PATIENTS DEFEAT j NURSES.…

HEAD IN GAS OVEN. I

I .ON THE MIDLAND.

.LSKETTY VOLUNTEER BAND.

Is CA N D IN A VIA N GOVERNMENTS…

I 1impEN-DING BREAK." I

iiABT EDITOR OF THE ' STANDARD."…

MUST DO MORE ONI LAND. !

PRIVATE TO COLONEL.

!BAD START -IN LIFE.

-.-SCENE --IN -COURT.

çÂEÁf fLOO6S UP NdtiTH.

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r SCOTTISH WOMAN < SOLDIER…

: "RELIGIOUS DUTY."

1 WAMHtPS 6? TH? FUTURE. ;

HAle A FIELD-MARSHAL.

CAUSE ANI) EFFECT.

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CAUSE ANI) EFFECT. FREIGHT LIMITATION SCHEME. NEUTRAL TONNAGE SCARED AWAY. The arriva's oi tyuinagc. Hi bwa/isee, th;f w't-c are siight-ly but riot suiffcient* t.-g lnrfueuce either the coal or shipping market-^ 1 most invejfsting question a*, t-ho just bow i whether the limitation of freight* to France fta-lv will-be iiba::duneo, The irv ? nwny is t?!?»r. thij is t-ht- only course w; attract nvu'cral tomiage. 11". Marshal! [secretary of the Swansea Cham- ber of (. ornrrierct?1 having recs; ved a report from the Exports Comnvittee in Loudon. iti response to his qut-rv as to the exaet posi- tion of the respective (governments con- cerned. and not having the position clear!v | esiabr.shed. is now in telegraphic communi- ,1-fition with the Central Ii?;ecutive in Lon* elnn. arm is seeking to ascertain both the Irench Italian Governments intentions, Nothing df?n?t" i? known in &an?M. "tt. The podiun must be viewed from our for;gI Allies point of ie»r. Anuthe question with them would seern to lie between sup- plie and priet". j The controlled prices have been of eon- siderabie benefit till roundâexcept to s hip- Ownersâand as the majority of the latter iu the cargo trade at the present moment are neutr.iis who escape excess profits little $ym- pa thy will be felt in that direction. But with the curtailed supply of tonnage the question is presenting new aspects. IN h iAi ] other mean?, (it is being' asked) can tt, hi ought into play to attract the neutrals, but the elimination of the maximum freight.-? The Swansea Chamber of Commerce have taken recently every step possible not only to attract shipping but to jjeep down rates and freights, and now .that the Government have gH oyer the control of shipping jt if !-pro^abUr-tkajt, with a-more even allocation ol j toaniRge, there will be an improvement In ⢠the Bristol:Channel ports in the New Y^.r. j While this .ontrol is effective, it does-not hind neutrals in aliv way, and is it to be wondered at under the circumstances thai they Prefer mere lucrative freights i to opam and fortucaj than, say. Noithc-rn French ports? Control of neutea's by tbe coal supplies at the world's coaling station* may not. unlikely, however, be a solution U; the shortd^e of freights. AS flhowing the net effect of the liinitat Icit) scheme so fai- as Swansea is concerned, it. is interesting to note the present fixed freights with the highest previously during the W¡H i and the normal peace-time rates. ? P?pnt Highest Pre-Waj Freight Pmiouslv. A'v's«. (Fixed). Swa??Cr) to Rouen (f?r ton). 246 42 6 56  Gelioa 59,5 100/- ?"I TheFe ai,et-plcal eNa-iiiple! aiid ehow at that shipping is now being remu- Juerated on a very liberal scale. What (it is being asked) will be the posi- tion of purchasers to bo.its to ensure coal and other exports? Will they be placet} at the service of I rivals'!

iPRINTERS, FARMERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS,

OUlk OPTItAlgTS. '* '■

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