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ITEMS FROM BARRY DOCKS.

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ITEMS FROM BARRY DOCKS. BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE FOR NEXT WEEK. The following if. the tide table for Barry Dock for the week oommenoing to-morrow (Saturday):— Day. Morn. Aft. h. m. ft in. h. m. ft. in. Saturday, 23 10. 0 31. 4 10. 17 31. 2 Sunday, 24 10. 34 30. 6 10, 53 30. 2 Monday, 25 11. 11 29. 4 11. S1 29. 4 Tneeday, 26 11. 54 28. 5 —— Wednesday, 27. 0. 19 28. 7 0. 47 27. 8 Thursday, 28 1. 18 28. 5 1. 51 28. 1 Friday, 29 2. 25 29. 6 3. 0 29. 8 INJURY TO A SHIP'S APPRENTICE AT BARRY DOCKS. On Monday morning last, about nine o'clock, an apprentice named William Walker, of Leith, and belonging to the sailing ship King David, lying at Barry Dock, was engaged in moving some planks between decks, when he fell a depth of 14ft., severely injuring his hip. He also received a con- cussion of the brain, and Dr Sixsmith, of Holton- road, ordered hit removal to the Cardiff Infirmary. LAST WEEK'S SHIPPING AND SHIP. MENTS AT BARRY DOCK. The following is a report of last week's shipping and shipments at Barry Dock :— Number. Tonnage. Steamers arrived 43 52,755 Do. sailed 40 41,861 Sailing Vessels arrived 4 5,95fi Do. sailed 6 7,693 « — Steamers in Dock 29 46,800 Sailing Vessels do 16 26,661 Total 45 73,461 Veasela in Dock as per previous report 44 64,304 Increase 1 9,157 Vessels in Dock corresponding week 1893 38 50,7711 The imports at Barry Dock last week amounted to 2,137 tons 10 cwt; ditto same period last year, 980 tons 10 cwt; increase, 1,157 tons 0 cwt. The total imports for the week ended June 10th amounted to 69,669 tons 13 cwt.; corresponding week ended June 17th, 1893, 69,466 tons 2 cwt; increase, 203 tons 11 cwt. The total exports last week amounted to 104,970 tons 15 cwt. Corresponding week ended June 17th, 1893, S2,378 tons 14 cwt; increase, 22,592 tons 1 cwt. Total to June 16th, 1894, 2,310,706 tons 1 cwt. corresponding week last year, 2,087,892 tons 3 owt. increase, 222,812 tons 19 cwt. j A CARDIFF COAL TRIMMER KILLED AT BARRY DOCKS. On Monday evening last, about 8.30, a coal- trimmer in the employ of the Ocean Coal Company, named Thomas Taylor, aged 65, living at 15, Adamsdown-square, Cardiff, was leaving a ship lying under No. 11 tip at Barry Docks, and was attempting to pass between some empty trucks lying on the line close by, when the engine was suddenly started, and the train moving Taylor was crushed between two trucks, sustaining shocking injuries to the abdomen and ribs. The poor fellow was taken by Dock-constable Edwards to the Barry Police Station, but notwithstanding the prompt and skilful exertions of Dr Powell he succumbed within an hour. Much sympathy is felt for the widow and family of the deceased in their sudden bereavement. FIRE ON BOARD SHIP AT BARRY DOCKS. A fire broke out on board the steamer Cameo lying in Barry Docks on Thursday evening last, and a large amount of damage was done before the outbreak could be got under. Several painters were at work in the hold, and candles being used to see their work it is believed this ignited the ceiling. On flames being seen issuing on deck the dock company's tug boat, Clive, which has pump- ing gear on board, was brought into requisition at once, and the fire was played upon by the dock police and others, the flames being effectually got under in the course of an hour. $. LAST WEEK'S SHJPMENTS AT BARRY DOCK. The export and import shipments at Barry Dock during the week ended Saturday last amounted to 107,108 tons 5 cwt., made up as follows:— EXPORTS. Tons. cwt. Coal and eeke .104,947 5 General merchandise 23 10 IMPORTS. Pitwood. 1,206 0 Timber 601 0 Building materials 320 0 General merchandise. 10 10 Total .107,108 5

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