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jSWANSEA WAR PRIZES.

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SWANSEA WAR PRIZES. Some very valuable German prizes I have fallen to Swansea since the outbreak of the war demonstrating in a 'fine manner the vigilance of the Customs. Very few ports in the kingdom have been in possession of such valuable cargoes. Some of them have been sold, but taken altogether they would represent some- thing like £ 250,000. It suggests the opinion that an excellent opportunity arises for starting more spelter factories in South Wales, so extensive have been the cargoes of ore and metals brought to Swansea. Quite recently a cargo of (calamine was seized and brought to the port. Curiously enough this was dis- charged from a Belgian vessel. There is now lying in the King's Dock another German prize steamer, a full- j rigged sailing ship, known as the Mel I po ene, with a valuable cargo of nitrates which she was carrying from the west coast of America. She is a Hamburg ? veaseL and had on board a crew of 1<i She was intercepted after leaving Q?eenstown. aud tAkeu in tow by the Hotspur, with the intention of being docked at Plymouth. Severe weather was experienced, and after leaving Land's End the tow rope broke, and she had to he run under bare poles to Lundy. and was eventually brought to Swansea, where she rer?uns in charge of the col- lector of customs. The crew were takp1l I 0ff at Plymouth, and the vessel will ulti- mately discharge at that port, the cargo, which is roughly estimated to be worth £ 30,000, having been sold.

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WALES AND THE WAR

SEASONABLE GIFT.

SWANSEA MEMBER AND RED CROSS

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THE TINPLATE EMBARGO.