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Cleared for sea-eontinued.
Cleared for sea-eontinued. J an 19 Sunlight s 227, awsQn, L'pool, gen, bunkers 10 John Bacon Ltd Prestonian s S68, Cogley, L'pool, gen, J Bacon Hero a 667, Vadstrand. Rochefort, coal 1550 bunkers 8u, L Gueret Ltd Obsidian s 310, Miller, St Brieux, fuel 61O, coal 240, Graigola Co; bunkers 30, W U. Jenkins Agra s 62, Jones, 3ristol, flour 100, Weavei and Co Collier S, 114, Wright, Avonmoath, tinplates, Pockett's Ltd HenriK BjelKe s871, Hansen, Venice, fuel 2000, Livingston & Co bunxers 300, Cory Bios Glynn h 442, McKinty, Rouen, coal 1450, E. W. Cook bunkers 70, T Fenwick Doonglen s 50, Cook, Tenby, nil Hannah M Bell a 1933, Cooper, Patras, fuel .321 d coal 300, Livingf ton bunsers 750, Williams and Behenna Welsh Trader is 437, Harston London via Briton ferry and Llanelly, gen, Tucker and Co
Entered Inwards continued.
Entered Inwards continued. Jan 19 Sunlight s 227, Liverpool, gen, John Ricon Prestonian s 368, Liveipool, gen, John Bacon Glynn s 412, Rouen, nil Doonglen s 50, Bristol, gen, Michael Murphy Agra s 62, Bristol, general, Pockett's Ltd Collier s 114, Bristo Poekett's Ltd Ville d' Eu s 306, Trepoit, gen, as per manifest Weleh Trader s 437, London via Cardiff, gen, Tucker & Co; gen, not to be landed Kursk s 693, London, nil Ed Greig s 596, La Pallice, nil
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IM GREAT! ST OF THESE—
IM GREAT! ST OF THESE— As a moral being, ill the total compass of hit relations to this world's duties, in the largeness 'and diffusiveness of his charity, in the gracioua- ness of his condescension to inferior intellects, I am disposed, after a deliberate review of my own entire experience, to pronounce him the beat man, the nearest in his approaches to an ideal standard of excellence, that I bave known or Nad of, wrote Do Quinoey concerning Charleb Lamb. In the mingled purity—a childlike purity and the benignity of his nature, I again ex- press my own deep feeling of the truth, when say he recalled to my mind the image and cha- racter of St. John the Evangelist—of him who *as at once the beloved apostle; and also, mora I Mouliarly. the apostle of lov* <
Imperial International Exhibition, London, 1909, Of the choicest products of the world, at the Great White City, Shepherds Bush, W. May to October demonstrating the Special Products and Resources of all Nations, including the Displays of the famous Health and Pleasure Resorts of Europe & America, in the form of Panoramas, Dioramas. Models, etc 50 Exhibition Palaces Covering 50 acres, devoted to Science, Art, Edu- cation, Social Economy, Liberal Arts, Decora- tive Arts, Chemical Industries and various Industries, Engineering, Electricity, Agriculture Horticulture, Alimentation, Textiles. Special Section for Welsh Industries. 140 Acres of MAGNIFICENT GROUNDS, BEAUTIFUL GARDENS, CHARMING LAKES & WATERWAYS CONCERTS by fine MILITARY BANDS (British & Foreign) Superb Illuminations. FIREWORK DISPLAYS, All the Great At- tractions including Flip-Flap, Irish Village, Spiral, Scenic, Railway Toboggan, etc., etc., of the Franco British Eyhibition, and numerous novelties of various nations. The GREAT STADIUM Seating 80,000 persons. International Sports and Athletic Meetings. Applications for exhibit, space, concessions, &c., to be made to The SECRETARY, Imperial International Exhibition, Shepherd's Bush, London, W. 11
THE Swansea Coal Market.
THE Swansea Coal Market. Jan. 19 1908. Anthracite Coal. — Finest hand picked malting 22/6 to 23/0 Second quality do. 21/0 to 22/0 Swansea Valley Big Vein. 19/0 to 20/6 Red Vein or similar large 13/9 to 14/8 Machine Made Cobbles 22/6 to 28/6 Machine made Nuts 25/0 to 25/6 Machine Made Peas 11/6 to 12/6 Small Rubbly Culm 8/9 to 4/0 Duff 2/0 to 0/0 Steam Coals.—Large 14/9 to 15/8 Second quality 18/6 to 14/0 Bunkers, according to Quality 12/6to 13/0 Through 10/0 to 10/3 Small according to quality 7/6 to 8/0 Bituminous Coal.-(Nc 8 Rbondda) Large 17/0 to 18/0 Small 9/6 to 10/0 Patent Fuel 12/6 to 18/0 |
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The Docks-consist of the Prince of I Wales Dock, the North Dock, and the South Dock each equipped with modern appliances- for the rapid loading and uu- loading of vessels. The Entrance Channel to the Harbour is lighted by means of Gas Buoys The New King's DOCK capal,le of accommodating the largest vessels afloat is expected to be opened for traffic this year. The Quays are 19,000 feet in length The Warehouses contain a floor areia 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 Swansta Bay Railways. There are 26 Coal Tips, and 60 Hydraulic, steam and Hand Cranes. Swansea Is the Centre,of the Anthracite Coal district. There are more Patent^ Fuel Works in bwansea than at any other I port in the Kingdom and the Fuel is held in high repute in Continental and othet markets. There is a Large Area of Land ttvailable for Fuel Works, Creosote, Works Saw Mais and other commercial purposes. lilies of Steamers run between Swansea and the following ports, via. New York, Baltimore Philadelphia, Singa- pore, Hong Kong, Yokohama, Nagasaki, Hiogo, Java ports, Rio de Janerio, Santns liosario, 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, Batcum.,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, —are moderate. The Mumbles Lighthouse Signal Station is worked by the Trustees. Vessels calling for orders can communicate with their Owners without lowering a boat—good and sheltered free anchorage being found unaer the Mumbles Head at any staie of the tide The Trustees have erected on the Mumbles Head a Reed Fog Horn Signal giving three blasis of about two seconds' duration in quick succession every two minutes. For information ono any point connected with the Port and Harbour, apply to— WILLIAM LAW, General Manager Regst red Add; ess tor Telegrams- V LAW SWANSEA.