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"ERROR OF JUDG|\: MENT."

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RUSSIAN TRANSPORT. ;

- ¡ BUYING THEIR OWN j LAND.…

" G.F.S. " AT SWANSEA.

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FORGING AHEAD.____I

i'E,.I SWANSEA Y.M.C.A-'S…

DIVIDED VILLAGE,

- .MORE VALLEY GARDEN CITY…

ITRAWLERS I TUSSLE.

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I TRAWLERS I TUSSLE. SWANSEA CREWS' ORDEAL "IZAAK WALTON" AND BIG OIL-TANK. There were no signs of the Swansea traw- ler Ixaak Walton and her oil-tan 7 I which she had picked up off tlhe Msih coast. Further details show that whilst other trawlers oame to the steamer's assistance, the Swansea boat was the only one which stuck to her task. Me&srs. Neale and West, of Cardiff, re- ceived an intimation from Lloyd's on Tues- day moaning that the company's trawler Nogi and two otb&r trawlers were render- ing assistance to an oil tanker which had lost her rudder, 45 miles frouth-west of Queenstown. Very bad weather was re- ported, and the trawlers were endeavouring to tow the damaged vessel into Queens- town. Lloyd's Que ens town correspondent tele- graphs that the steam trawler Apley ar- rived there and reported the Dutch tank steamer Rotterdam, Amsterdam for New York, about 75 miles pMth-weet of Queenstown, at noon on Saturday, with the rudder gone, with the steam trawler Izaak Walton (Swansea) endeavouring to steer. The Apley met the Rotterdam at midnight on the 12th. The Apley towed and the Izaak Walton steered, but owing to bad weather the Apley parted.. The Apley afterwards left the port to search for the Rotterdam again. I THE PICTON CASTLE. I Exhausted Crew Arrive at Swansea. The Picton Castle arrived at Swansea on Wednesday morning from Falmouth after her Tecord tow of a disabled steamer from I Cape Finisterre. The trawler which is in oommand l of Capt. W. H. Fletcher, picked up the Ludwig Groedel, a steameT of 2,964 tons register, on Friday night, and after an arduous voyage towed her into Falmouth. The Picton Castle bore the marks of a I PROLONGED BATTLE WITH THE WAVES. but the trawlers of the Castle Trawling Co. are fortunately constructed on very sturdy lines, and trawlermen maintain that the Picton Castle and her sister ships will live in seas w here other vessels could not. The orew, after being paid off, were glad to rapidly disperse to obtain much-needed o b tun mijel-i-riee d e d rest—a luxury which w.-ia deni-ed them during their strenuous week-end.

CAN THEY AFFORD IT?

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STOMACH TROUBLES.

IINCOME-TAX.-I

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"SEEMS OUTRAGEOUS." -

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.. FATHEADED POOLS."

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I"WIN OR DRAW." ————.————

NEW SWANSEA POSTMASTER.

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"WELSH CHICAGO P1

1 I "UNEASY LIES THE 1 HEAD-"…