Swansea Harbour Trust. YYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYT TIEUE KINGS DOCK ONE of the LARGEST DOCKS in the WORLD, Comprising over 200 Acres of Water Space and 13,500 lineal ft. of Quays, was Nov. 23,1909 for all purposes other than the Shipment of Coal. Water over Outer Cill- 40 ft. H.W.O.S.T 32 ft. 3 in. H.W.O.N.T 19 ft. 9 in, L.W.O.N.T AAA A A A A ,<Mh Up-to-date fixed and moveable Coaling Appliances, each capable'ol shipping 700 tons per hour. Hydraulic and Electric Cranes of a lifting capacity up to 70 Tons. Large Area of Land in close proximity to the Dock available for Commercial Purposes. Excellent Facilities for Steamship Lines. Two Warehouses, each 400 ft. in length, are now available. [Enormous Accommodation for Vessels laying up at exceptionally low Rates. For further information apply to— WILLIAM LAW, 0 laa.rbour: ffiem, Swansea, General Manager. November 24th 1909.