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WATER BANKS UP AT SWANSEA. v STRONG WIND AND HIGH; TIDE. With the strong ea.steriy wind the tide of Thursday morning was the highest of the season at Swansea. The effects, though not of a serious character, were felt all along the sh ore, and from Oysterm^uth Station to. West Cross the Mumbles Railway line was under water. The traffic, however, was not interfered with. The fame state of affairs appli_ ed to the Slip where, at about 7.30--the time of the high tide—it alajost reached St. Helen's- road Junction. Inquiries, at the docks showed that no unusual occurrence resulted, but it was noticed that the water was level with the quayside. At the Prince of Wales outlet th" height of the water was 34ft. lOin.

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