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"BRANCH AT SWANSEA."

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I IS THE BOOM WANING 11 SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST I. RETURNS. GENERAL PESSIMISM NOT SHARED LOCALLY. The monthly meeting of the Swansea Har- bour Trust was held on Monday, Sir Griffith I Thomas (chairman) presiding. TRADE IN JANUARY. Submitting the report of the Finance Com- mittee, Mr. Glynn Price said trade for January, although much above the average of last year, was less by 14,000 tons than the corresponding month of last year. There was a decrease in patent fuel of 30-,000 tons, but an increase of 7,000 tons in the ship- ments of tinplates and galvanised sheets. The net result was a deticiency of L4,597, compared with £ 4,003 in January, 1913. Lord Glantawe seconded, and said that I the Board of Trade retunts for the month were InOT ALTOGETHER SATISFACTORY, I showing as they did certain trades were diminishing. that they could only ex- pect alter the boom of the last few yeaxs, but h,- did not think there was any came to be despondent. The tinplate trade showed great vitality, and although the power of production at the moment perhaps was rather in excess of the demand, the trade,, itself looked healthy, and the trade of the port generally encouraging. The renort was adonted. OTHER BUSINESS. I The Chairman proposed the adoption of the report of the Executive Committee, which recommended the acceptance of machinery, etc., ironi various firms, includ- ing 68 tons of steel tubes from the British Mannesmann Tube Company. It was fiu- ther recommended that the hospital sub- scription be increased from LbO to 200 guineas. Referring to the cold storage pro- ject, he said although they were taking a risk, they had been in the habit of doing so, and up to the present the policy pursued by the Trustees had met with the general approval of the people -In the neighbour- hood. Mr. G. E. Cook seoonded, and the re- port was adopted.

"HAPPY AUGURY. 1 I

TO EVADE DEBT.I

MUMBLES VICAR'Sj FATHER.

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