SWANSEA MARKET. __!|1914-02-07|Herald of Wales and Monmouthshire Recorder - Welsh Newspapers Online
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SWANSEA MARKET. LAST YEAR'S OEOREASF. iN I REVENUE. A meeting ol the Swansea Market and Slaughterhouses Committee was held on Wednesday, Mr. G. llili pre- siding. Tenders were recei ved for painting the Market gates, and the tender of Messrs. Pugsley and Son, of £ï ]Os was accepted. The tender of >lr, W7. H. Harding, of t- i t- 10s.. for painting at the cattle and slaughterhouses, was also accepted. The Manager reported that the roofs, of the sheep, pig and cattle pens were in a very unsatisfactory state, and were constantly in need of repair. The question arose as to whether it would be advisable to sustitute tiles for the slates, and the Borough Architect was asked to report on the matter. Market Revenue. The market manage- (Mr. J. • W.j Davies) reported that the market revenue for the 41 weeks ending January 31st Rd. against £ 6,484 7&. 6d. the previous year, a decrease of JC309 14s. Hkl. £ 1540 14s (ki, as against £ 1793 9s. 7d, a decrease of £ 252 15s. Id. There had been a decrease in the number of cattle slaughtere d of 402 beasts, 2,538 sheep, 853 calves and 3,953 pigs, a total decrease of 7.746. The Profits. t The Chairman: How long is it since the market became unremunerati ve ill. J. B. Owen: 011, it has not come to that yet. Mr. J. W. Davies said fhe gross pro- fit on the market during the la-st twelve veans Mas the net profit £2)326.

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