CLEARED FOR SEA. I December 31 City of Liverpool s 678 Tyrrell, Hamburg, gen., J H Burgess bunkers 120 Inter. Anth. Assoc Ltd Bygland a 1465, Ostrem, Savannah, U.S.A., bunKers 500 A Andrews and Co Deux Charentes s 810 Vignai, Toulon, fuel 1,800 LIGueret Ltd bunSers 400 Fernhill Colly Co Nitor s 1693 Peragallo, Genoa, coal 3300 bunkrs 350 E T Agivs Ltd Clara Mennig s 1005, Rehberg, Stettin, coal 2400 bunkers 200 Williams and Behenna Francioka Fisher s 864 Holtz, La Pallice. coal 240u, Evans & Reid bunkers 180 Williams and Behenna Vadso s 757 Paulsen, Copenhagen and Stettin, general G Lennard and Co Florence s 54 Faulkner, Belfast, coal 380 E. W. Cook & Co bunkers 30 J E Fisher aud Co Oak s 80 Keenan, Newry, coal 200 Vivian & Son coal 140 Evans & Bevan Findhorn s 561 Hewitt, Glasgow via Beifast gen, M Jones & Bro
ENTERED INWARDS I Deo 31 Fides s 1210 Genoa, ballast 120 Franciska Fischas 863 Rochefort, nil Camille s 501 Caen, iron ore 1420 Baldwins Ltd Oak a 80 Barrow, pig iron 350 Jas Watson & Co Florence a 54 Hayle, nil Gransha s 487 Rouen, nil Solway Frincc s 98 Llanelly, nil Le Soorff s ;'»05 L'Orient, pitwood 720 E W Cook & Co Findhorn s 461 Glasgowivia Cardiff, general, M Jones & Bro Michelangelo a 1533 Leghorn, nil
ABB &JSKPS *0OO(ttim tttow an some of theeatrioi in the aceotmtbMfcs Mtieh the keeps with the greatest accuracy ior 1MB in enlightenment. She must know rvhere hfl ummty goes, she declares, and it is for that mm Hm* she works so diligently over this record: fcptember 1st-Bought 29 cents' worth of cuMMlfc oftob turned out to be very bad indeed. I sheB OTteinly nerer bay any more at that stam-0 September 2nd—Purchased a pair o! shoes. BMP •Hrays bought my shms of Jones, 5ut the devil tsmptedme, and I fell- In other words, BUmI Iftduced me to try her bootmaker. I know I shall |N« to regret it. Paid 4^dol. for buttoned affainb Vfefah don't At well around the ankle.-4'5Qdol. amber 3rd—T> «»ne beauty of a lace collaiu down from 5ft eenta (I consider this a red ).—19 cents. Beptember 4th—Spent Mol. Vor something, gan't remember to save my Hi# what. Is it'possibl# (vat it in the church plate in mistake for a dollar J I neant it should go toward my fall feat—5dol. September 5th—To four yards of ribbon at It Mftta a yard. This is the new shade of plum, arf fcnmensely becoming. (I shall wear it with my I flom*coloured waist. )-1'10dol. September 10th-To dressmaker for new PWIIe ttdol. and 78cents. At least, I have not paid it to hef It all, and I cannot until some one of my relative (hei me some money, but I might as well put It lewn and set it out of the way.—12*78doI.— Wft'lllfl Ntv>§.
JERRY'S VOTERS HAD OBSTACLES. Apropos of the effort being made by the politicians if both parties to get the vote registered, a certain Democratic ward executive tells of an amusing but nther disappointing experience recently. The executive approached a resident of the ward who was of Irish birth, but bad lived many years in the fnetnct, and somafcfcKig like the following convert lion ensused* 81erry, I am trying to get all the Democratic I voters registered, and I depend upon you to tell me aI some who have not registered." "Shure, mir; I know of a number of the btJl Who do be waiting to be coaxed a bit." "Well, tell me some of them, Jerry, and I'll set what we can do towards coaxing them." | "Well, there's Bill Maloney, but shure he's a Republican, and the praste himself couldn't make Mm vote the Dimocratic ticket. Thin there'f Fatey Mahool, but faith he lives in the county. Ton might get Barney Sullivan av he was ov age. Vita Mulcahy would make his mark in a LlinxPt, lat there's that little divarshun with Mika agin Mm, and he daren't shew himself in the city, AM ttw HeToole by's would registeneand vota as oftgB M yon liked, but the tlfree e^them have bees flint up for a ruckshuc at the christening laal weak." At this point in the enumeration of mnMi Pwnoeratip voters the ward executive left MttJ W mjptato hit list without an tsditff
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The Incorporated. SWANSEA EXCHANGE Tuesday, Dec. 29 1908. Anthracite Coal. — Finest hand picked malting 24/0 to 25/0 Second quality do. 22/6 to 23/6 Swansea Valley Big Vein. 22/0 to 22/6 Red Vein or similar large 18/3 to 13/9 Machine Made Cobbles 24/0 to 25/0 Machine made Nuts 25/6 to 26/6 Machine Made Peas 12/0 to 13/0 Small Rubbly Culm 4/6 to 4/8 Duff 2/3 to; 2/B Steam Coals.—Large 15/0 to 15/6 Second quality 14/3 to 14/6 Bunkers, according to Quality 9/6 to 10/0 Through 10/0 to 10/6 Small according toiquality 7/0 to 8/0 Bituminous Coal.—(No. Rhondda) Large 17/6 to 18/0 Small 9/6 to 10/6 Patent Fuel 12/6 to 13/0
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The Docks.consist of the Prince of Wales Dock, the North Dock, and the South Dock each equipped with modern appliances for the rapid leading and un- loading of vessels. The Entrance.Channel to the Harbour is lighted by means of Gas Buoys The New King's DOCK capable of accommodating the largest vessels afloat is expected to be opened for traffic this year. The Quays are 19,000 feetain length The Warehouses contain a floor area of 288,000 square feet. The Railways of.the Trust have direct connections with the Great Western, London and North Western, Midland, and Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railways. There are 26 Coal Tips, and 80 Hydraulic, Steam and Hand Cranes, Swansea Is the Contreof the Anthracite Coal district. There are more Patent Fuel Works in Swansea than at any other port in the Kingdom and the Fuel is held in high repute in Continental and other markets. There is a Large Area^of Land available for Fuel Works, CreosoteeWorks Saw Mais and other commercial purposes. Lines of Steamers run between Sw&nsea and the following ports, viz. New York, Baltimore Philadelphia, Singa- pore, Hong Kong, Yokohama, Nagasaki, Hiogo, Java ports, Rio de Janerio, Santos Rosario, Montevideo, Buenos Ayres, Ports in Chili and Peru, St. Petersburg, Hamburg Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Treport, Rouen, Nantes, Bordeaux, Oporto, | Lisbon, Setubal, Barcelona, Genoa, Leghorn, Venice, Trieste, Fiume, ports in Greece, Constantinople and other Turkish ports Galatz, Ibrail, Odessa, Batoum, Alexandria &c. Within the Harbour are Nine Graving Docks. Extensive provision has been made for the Fish Trade, in the South Dock, The Swansea Fleet now numbers about 80 Steam Trawlers in addition to Liners and Smacks. Pilotage.-The Trustees are the Pilotage Authority. Pilotage is noncom- pulsory, both inward and outwards. Rates and Charges. -arp moderate. The Mumbles Lighthouse Signal Station is now worked by Lloyd's. Vessels calling for orders can communicate with their Owners without lowering a boat—good and sheltered free anchorage being found under the Mumbles Head at any state of the tide The Trustees have erected on the Mumbles Head a reed Fog Horn Signal-giving three blasts of about two seconds' duration in quick succession every two minutes. For information on any point connected with the Port and Harbour, apply to- WILLIAM LAW, General Manager Registered Address for Telegrams- "LAw," SWANSEA.