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SWANSEA COLLIERYI SENSATION.

AMERICANS HOPELESSLY BEATEN.

"FUNNY PLACE TO GO."

NO "PACK" FOR THE PACKMAN.

SWANSEA SOLICITORS,I FATHER.

LABOUR AT THE'I -DOCKS.

IWAS INSIDE THE ENGINE.

! WORTHY SON OF WORTHY I__"FATHER.II

CURRENT FOR HARBOURi ! TRUST.…

? ,PERFECT - MYSTERY," -…

POPULAR AT -PLASMARL. 1

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" ASK FOR F-f HEM." 1

FINE SHOW OF I FEA frl t.…

TRAGEDY OF A TRAiN| WRECK.…

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.I MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES.,…

! NEATH COUNCIL; AND ! ! i.L.P.

PREMIER AND " S.T." !

" SERIOUS POSITION." I i

BAREFOOTED SWANSEA STREETI…

i LATE MR. 0. H. JONES.

MR. JOHN DYER'S NEW YEAR'S…

I [ LIEUT. H. LEES RANDELL.…

THE DAILY TOLL.

DEMURRAGE DIFFI* CULTY.

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DEMURRAGE DIFFI* CULTY. JOINT CONFERENCE AT SWANSEA. A conference between the chief goods managers of the L. and N.W., G.W. and Midland Railways, together with the Har- bour Trustees, freighters, and tinplate makers' representatives took place at the Harbour Trust offices, Swansea, on Thurs- day re demurrage on wagons. The question largely centres round tin- plates coming to Swansea docks. Makers consign the same to the care of the Trustees, and the railway companies, as public car- riers, undertake delivery. Up to recently there have been delays in clearing wagons, with the result that wagons have been hefe up 'with, stocks. ft ip T?ie uphot of the conference was tha:? committee is to be appointed representative of each body with a view of improving traffia regulations.

SOLDIERS -LITTLE ONE

RAN INTO SERGEANT'S ARrlS.

FRENCH ADMIRALTY NAil HUN…

STEALINC COAL AT SWANSEA.'

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