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PRISONERS AND I GUNS.

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THREE SWANSEA PORTERS.

RUMANIA

I •-:i iA LITTLE OVER FIVE…

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• i A LITTLE OVER FIVE MILLIONS. j SWANSEA TRADE IN 1916. 11 BIG DROP IN COAL. I 't' t bl" We arc now in a position to publish. ofricial returns of Swansea trade during the p^6t year. Total imports and exports reached 5,14õ,133 tons compared with 5,876,477 tons I in 1915 and 6,091,657 tons in 1914. In the injperts tar and pitch have de- created 10,000 tons on the ye ir; copper, silver, lead, tin ores, 1,000 tons, zinc ore, 3,000 tons iron ore, 15,000 tons; iron, steel, pig iron. 50,000 tons sulphur ore, pyrites, and chemicals have increased 45,000 tons. Total imports, 687,538 tons, compared with &09,003 tone, in 1915. The Slump in Coal. j Chief exports were as follows (tons) 1915. 1916. j Coal and coke 3,804,286 3,225,995 Patent fuel 713,300 817,3781 Tiniplates I 376,185 309,550 Flour, grain and po- tatoes 12,970 15,226, The pa,t-ent, fuel shipments are particularly satisfactory, being over 100,000 tons increase and being the second largest on record. The record patent fuel shipments were in 1913 when the total was 924,731 tons. Last month's trade totalled 281,316 tons, 1■ as against 412,839 tons in December, 1914. I

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