Prince of Wales Dock. I jan b p.m Camille s 501, David, Rouen Michelangelo s 1534, Aicardi, Genoa Azira s 682, Tnwsdahl, Barcelona Anglesey s 54, Tyrrell, Arklow January 7 a.m Milo s 896, Hunt, Rotterdan) via Port Talbot Invel's 380, Mulhollahd, Rouen Stainburn s 109, Little, Rouen via Sanndersfoot Sarah Brough s 66, Williamson, Port Nigel January 7 p.m. City of Stockholm s 843, Beresford, Rotterdam City of Brussels s 8-5, Harper, Hambuig Valt6e s 258, Evans, Caen January 8 Ii. m Hilda s 649, Sanderson, Reval & Riga Saxon Briton s 832, Sim, Eayonne Regina s 386 Stavenes. Copenhagen January 8 p. ni Veghtstrooir s 8?9, Vos, Amsterdam City of Dortmund s 471, Tyndall, Hamburg via Bristol Lodsen s 743, Steinsholt, La Rochelle Alice M Craig s 333, BlacK, Rouen Scotsman s 70, Boyle, Berry January 9 a.m Hero s 1164, Atherton, Bristol Diomed s 300" Torrible, Penang &c via L'pool Kaisow s 2529, Steel, Java & Japanse via L'pool H ighg.ite a 1 loO Hart, Rochester Pavia s 1-84, Jeffreys, Mediterranean ports Fides s 1211, Faggi mi, Genoa Da gland s 684, Foyne, Bordeaux January 9 p. 111 Vi'le d'Eu s 305, Cook, Treport Cordovp s I483, Wood, Almeria Avon s 1303, Kenny, Alexandria Anglesey s 54 Tyrrel, Arklow Hector 1:1 79, McMillan, Nantes and Bordeaux January 10 a.m Jas Cameron s 1129, Davison, Hamburg January 10 p.m l'iil January 11 p.m. Nil Janllp.m Gascon s 682, Hildieh, Lisbon and Oporto Asger Ryg s 6/7, Thorkelin, Aalborg For later Sailings see page 2
List of Vessels Sailed FROM January 6 p.m. to January II p. m. North Dock January b p.m Hermine S 246 Regen tein, Mortagne vxaribaldi 4G6 Evye, Morfciune Volpone s I8f>, Hughes, Cardiff Bala f 1814, Williams, Savona Aislaby e 1726, Campbell, Sharpness Maroon s 907, Bordland, l>oideaux SnowtiaKe s 37 Irwain, Barnstaple January 7 a.m BirKer Force s 159 J one1, Guernsey New Zealand s 139 Morgans, Plymouth Bretagne 210, Conedal, Mortagne Ferrum 19 iVJcAJii*ter, Belfast January 7 p.m Lena Peterson s 945 Restall, Barletta, Princess Helena s 246, McKonzie, Hull &c Portaferry s 74 James, Avonmouth Jan 3 am Gimle s 638 Paters on, Valencia Carrick Castle s 64, MoNully, Neath Wilhelm Colding s 93u, Kurtzhale, Venice Sphcne s 308. Sterling, Caen Effie Gray s 130 Wilson, Dover Princess Patricia s z75 Mclsaac, Hull Jan 8 p. m Almond Branch s 2190 Pendel, Newcastle RwpidoslOol, Arrazoto, Oran Maria Reid 76, Codd, Dublin January 9 a.m Robe s 68, Cross, Britonferry Irene 71 Lee, Folkstone Kitty Ann 48 Chugg, Highbrictge Neptune 65 Long, Weston Lenora 29 Chichester, Fremington January 9pm Ardachy s 47f Welsh, Magheramome January 1U a.m. Nil Jauurry 1J p.m Nil January II a.m. Nil January 11 p.m. Pine s 86 Atkinsen. Neath Abbey Olivine b 240 Buchanan, Tronville
South Dock I Jan 6 p,m Clifton Grove s 99 Gladwell, Newhaven Rowena s 697 Falkrer, Adda Ettrick s 465 McMillan, Glasgow Truthful s 280 Sylvester, Manchester Jan 7 a.m Johanna s 687 Leeuw. Chautenay January 7 p.m Topaz s 192 Masson, Honfleur January 8 a.m Mary s 344 Clutson'' Caen Peterborough s 298 Hannah, Rouen Jan 8 p.m Tenders 63 Barwood, Bridgwater Onyx s 219, McPhail, Honflenr Bay Fisher 194 Achcroft, St Servan Jan 9 a.m Unterweser No 18 859 Gerdes, Bremerhaven Carricklee s 99 Craig, Belfast Vera 153, Mygind, Bromholm Advance 99, Clements, Treport Destiny 36 Bushmen, Mineheaa Arcona s tug 16 Schoon, Bremerhaven Jad 9 a.m. Sunlight s 227 Dswson, Liverpool Fraternity b 269, Bannister. Rouen Velocity s 62 Bullock Lydne/ Jan 10 a.m. Nil Jan 10 p m, Nil January 11 a,m. Rene 70 Fechan, Mcrlaix Jan 11 p.m Findhorn s 461 Hewitt, Glasgow
W A tcientixt asserts that the ninth day of the oaoon >5 the most rainy of the whole twenty- ttght. and four o'clock in the afternoon tbc. fcaimest hour of the day. The Cherokee form of marriage 5 ■'implicit^ itself. The bride and groom merely clasp hand., over running water, and this emblematic of ..their future flowing on freely and happily. Of British flowers only 11 per cent. have a parfume. Usually the odour is pleasant, but in 880mØ oases it is objectionable, and even harmfuL The totel result of an examination of echool- ahildren in Germany shewed that 90 per cent of all the teeth examined were defective; only 35 out of 1,020 children hti, somnd sets of teeth. In 196 children 1\ ¡x>or bo- 1 iS constitution wae dtN *9 ttoor
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SWANSEA' HARBOUR TRUST. Monthly Meeting. The monthly meetimg of the Swansea. Har- bour Truist was held on Moaidiaiy, SiT Griffith Thomas presiding. There were also pre- sent, The Mayor (Council-loir M. Tutton), Lord Glantawe, Mr. W. Graham Vivian, Mr Roger ie,cL, iVh-. Join Giaisbroo* Mr D. M. Glasbirook, Mr. F. R. Glynn Price, Mr. Jaimtee Livingstom, Mr- F. Cory Yeo, Mt. George liowe-, Mr. W. T. Faarr, Mr. David Davies; Mr. E. G. Protheroe, Mr. T. T. Oorkor, Mr. Geo. Cook, Mr. Geo. Burgeise, Mr. Ben. Jonies, and Mr. Dd. Williams. Mr. Glynn Priioe, in moving tihe axloiptaon of the minutes of the Finanoe Comimdittee, said that the trade of the port for the last month moot, be regarded as eatisfactory, hav ing regard to the diminifihed trade of many oilier ports. The profit on the month's worK Lug was £ 4,255 compared with J33,540 for the same month last year. Lord Gianitawe seconded, and in doing so, Balili although thetre had been a. falling off in the imports, the increase in the exports more than compensated for this. It was very satisfactory to find that Swansea still held its own, and was one of tihe few poTta that had done so during the depressed times of laet year.. The total increase for the year was 108,000 tons. Looking over the Board of Traldie returns for December, there were slight indications that they had touched the bottom of the depressed, times brought about by the financial difficulties in America His Lordship certainly thought there was reason to believe they were now on the upward grade. Although they oould not hope to have a rapid advance o,f trade there were undoubtedly signs of better times There had been an increase of 3,300 tons in the frnplate output, during the month which was 16 per cent over the correspond- mg month of laet year. France had taken 500 tons, Holland nearly double, Alexan- dria, 600 tons, and the United States 500 more than the previous month, so that al- together eoocellent progress was shown. The Chairman remarked that for the year imports had imcreatsed by 43,000 tons. and exports 65,000 tons, and ho believed that when the accounts were made up the total increase wouild 125,000. (Hear, heaœ}. The minutes were adopted. The Ohairman moved the adoption of the minutes of the Executive Committee ap- pointing Lieut. David Evans, R.N.R., \,1 Swansea, master at the South Dock. The Mayor seconded and the minute were carried. Mr. Roger Beck and Mr. Thos. MearaUe were appointed revisors of the lists of those tntitled to vote for members of the Harbour Trust.
WORDS OF WISDOM. ffce aiind neb but is the heart tkrt Mfc il Impoverish the rich is not toenrtah tfc* m Urre la a neat source of economy li IMP told. Rascality has its limits. Stupidity ho IMLO Uttouux. ftae more you speak of yourself the mom yn go IÍblT to lie. In this life there is but one sure hnnilin^ Wt lire for others. Activity is the right hand of Hli I iiaa. frugality the left. It is more profitable to read aae man tWo to books.—Sra. Bjcctb. We see our old age comiojr—on tike fioo ti Ml friends.—Mabt Laton. Selfishness is poverty; it is the most utter dMi of a human be;ng. 'P"'=