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SWANSEA VALLEY TRADE.

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SWANSEA VALLEY TRADE. Growing pressure was evident in the industries of Swansea. Valley. At the steam and bituminous collieries there was a shortage of coal, and stocks on the sidings were being cleared. The yield of pig iron at the works of Messrs. Baldwin, Landore, was very heavy, and at the steelworks overtime was often worked. The copper estab- lishments and refineries were working at high pressure. The tinplate trade continued to show an improvement, and regular employment was given for more men at the Morriston group of works. Most of the mills were opera- ting, and the sheet mills at the Upper Forest were regularly engaged. There was increasing demand in the spelter trade, and a brisk trade passed at the safety-fuse factory, lead pipe works, and the sulphuric acid factories. The week's yield of artificial manure was quite up to the average. The Mond Nickel Works and Mannesman Tube Works were very favourable at the metal extraction works, Llansamlet. There was a constant call for mater- ial from the iron and brass foundries, and engineering and fitting shops were working very busily. Brickyards were also kept going fairly well. ————— ————

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-00 THE CRANKIEST CRANK.

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