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1 GOAL TRIMMERS' WAGES' CONFERENCE. i A conferenep. was helrl at the Swan- sea. Chnnvber of Commerce on Thursday, bctweo-n representatives of the coal trimmers and em.nlovers, to consider certain wage demands of the men. Various proposals were made by the employers, and these are to be placed before the men at a meeting the latter hold on Sunday. Mr. T. P. Cook, who presided at the conference, told a 'Lea.de¡" representative that there was every reason to expect an amicable settlement.
A "FRIENDLY" WITH PONTYPRIDD. The Swans will meet Pontypridd in a "friendly" to "'row at tiie Vetch Field, 1-. D kick-off being fixed for 3.45. til L ————————=-. PRICES- J QUOTED FOR DELIVERY AT MANCHESTER || 2SeaherCar • -itll5 | | Delivery Van •• ^120 | i 5Seater Car • • £ 125 | LandauleU-e • £ 175 I | ALL MODELS 20 H.P. Amply equipped | DISTRICT AGENGY &. SERVICE DEPOT | I LITTLEWINDST. SWANSEA. ) | Telephone 1128 CerfTRAL TeleQrarTlS HUTCn |
PONTARDAWE HEALTH. I IOICAL OFFICER ON THE DECLINE N DRINKING. A HOUS NC PROCLEM At the Pontardawe Council meeting on Thursday, Mr. Morgan Davies presiding, the annual report of Dr. Lewis, Medical Officer of Health, was discussed. The fol- lowing are extracts from the report: Touching on war questions, Dr. Lewis says that after six months of war, we have had but few seriously wounded, and, as far as I know, no deaths of any soldiers from your district. The influence of alco- holic drinking on productive activity is again being debated, and, as usual over this question, more heat is dissipated than cound argument, produced. My ob- servations convince me that there is less drinking and that there are fewer cases of morning sickness, lassitude, tremulous- ness, and incapacity for work than at ordinary times. Still cases of the kind are seen, and, as to work, the teetotallers have the best end of the stick. Wastage of food are also not infrequent, crusts of white bread, 2 inches thick, are sometimes to be seen thrown away in back yards." Owing to the closing of a coin-cry which employed about 160 men, and re- cruiting, there are now a number 01 vacant houses in Ysdalyl'era. Almost every one of these 'houses is a newly built one, and higher rentocl than tlu older houses, and very appreciably higher than the many basement-* tl1:i are octajpjed. For years pa&t the hous- ing conditions in Y stalyfera have been adversely reported on in annual reports, and in October, the Saitary Inspector re- ported on 21 basement dwellings which weia unfit for human habite'tion." The births for the year were 1,00 whLlh gave a rate of 30.2. Tlie, deatl. registered were 407, w'hich grave a rat. !c4 12.23. Dealing wit'h infantile mor- tality, the Medical Officer reported tlha 38 died before they were four ivel-ks' r)l( The death rate per 1,000 births wee 103. Ystalyfera Houses. I It was stated that there were abou, two dozen houses empty through tbl cloving of a colliery. Mr. L. W. Francis aeked whether now was an opportune time to close some o those undesirable basement dwelling After discussion the matter was de- ferred. In reply to Mr. Henry Thomas, Dr. Lewis said4 had no doubt the new sew age disposal works at Trebanos would b completed at an early date. Living in Corrugated Building. I Mr. Win. Griffiths drew attention tol a corrugated building at CAvmgorse, wihieh was occupied by a certain party. The Sanitary Inspector was instructed to report. Plans were tapproved for the erection of 31 new Louses for the Clydaeh Esttatc-s Co., Ltd., and six house-; for Morgan Bros., at h
ANOTHER ZEPPELIN AERIAL VISITOR TO EAS I COAST. MANY BOMBS DROPPED BUT NO LIVES LOST. AN OLD HEt) KILLED The Press Association's Southwold corn respondent telegraphs that a Zeppelin passed over Southwold at 12.45 this morning, and dropped three bombs when north of the town and disappeared in the direction of Lowestoft. It hovered over the town about ten minutes. A Lowestoft correspondent of the East Anghan Daily Times" says the inhabitants were warned by siren at one o'clock, and almost before it had ceased three explosions were heard. There was a crash of falling masonry. The first two bombs appeared to have been dropped to the north of Lowestoft, and the third to the south. After the third explosion one of the timber yards was aeen to be alight. Judging by the glare considerable damage appeared to have been done. No Loss of Life. The Zeppelin departed from the town in a northerly dmotion, and appeared ti be making for Yarmouth, travelling slightly out to sea. So far as can be ascertained there was no loss of life. One woman was slightly inj ured. The timber yard was set on fire. Three hcraes in the stable were killed. Apparently the Zeppelin parsed over flalesworth and returned to Southwold, Ivhere ç;ix bombs were dropped, one fall- ing close to the police station. At 1.45 the airship passed over Wells, travelling from west to east, and follow- ing the coast line in the direction of Cromer. The Southwold correspondent of the East Anglian Daily Times" telephones ,hat information has reached Southwold iiat seventeen fire bombs and two explo- sive bombs were dropped close to Heiaham Mall, the residence of Lord St-radbroke. Hie hall was shaken. The Zeppelin circled round the house, and was plainly$een. Nobody was in- jured, and no damage dona It is also reported that the Zeppelin oassed over Harwich and Felixtowe about 12.50 a.m., going North. It had previously Iropped bombs at Burnham. The Press Association's Wells (Norfolk) correspondent telegrarbs- The airship passed over Wells about 2 a.m., flying along the coastline from West to East. No bombs were dropped. Scenes at Lowestoft. The Press Association's Lowestoft cor- respondent. telephoning early this morn- ing, says: A Zeppelin passed over Lowes- toft shortly after 1 o'clock. It. came in from the seaward, and the thud of the engines was distinctly heard by very many residents in North Lowestoft, the night being beautifully fine, without any wind. Shortly after the buzzing of the engines was heard there were three very loud ex- plosions, which seemed to shake the whole town. One bomb was dropped in a timber vard, which in a few minutes was ablaze. A horse in a stable near by was killed, and two other horses in another stable also shared the same fate. Windows were shattered in all direc- tions, and. aroused by the noise of the explosion, many people flocked into the streets. So far as can be ascertained, nobody was injured. The demeanour of the people was one of curiosity, and there was nothing in the shape of panic. The crowds flocked to the scene of the fire, but they were kept well back by a number of bluejackets and soldiers. Many others of the Services helped in ex- tinguishing the flames and giving valuable assistance to the fire brigade. In leasthan an hour all danger of the fire spreading was at an end. The Zeppelin seemed to have come from the south-east. It circled in a westerly direotion over the docks and harbour, 1.d then proceeded out to sea. A bomb dropped on the tram track, and a big pool of greenish liquid was left. This Hazed up fo.r a. time, and then died down. Strange to say, no damage was done either to the track or rails, but close by he windows were shattered by the ex- plosion, and the shop fronts were de- molished. It is thought the raiders had ^esi-tms on the railway station or har- bour works. Damage to Property. An Exchange message to-day says that t Zeppelin passed over Southminster Essex) shortly after midnight, but tropped no bombs; then proceeded in the Lirection of Maiden, where two incendiary md four explosive bombs were dropped. V fair amount of damage was done to )roperty, two or three worshops and a few -ottage-, being damaged. A large m her if windows were shattered, and incendiary bombs fell near the railway station Up to the present time tho Maiden 'olice have received no reports of any per- onal injury, but an old hen was killed. In addition to the bombs which dropped it Maiden, some also fell at Heybridge. On enquiry at Clacton.on-Sea Police station, the Exchange Co. was informed t hat a Zeppelin was seen passing over the 'own in the early hours of the morning, out no bombs were dropped. Allies' Reprisals. Amsterdam, Friday.—A telegram from Frieburg, Baden, says:—Yesterday, at ioon, a hostile airman again appeared above the town. He dropped five bombs on the Sturtbuger quarter, two ailing harmlessly, while the other three killed two men, four children, and a aorse, and severely wounded two men d.nd eight children. A number of school hildren were slightly wounded. One )mb fell through the roof of a house. Geneva, Thursday.—A French airman iew over Friedrichshafen yesterday, and mother threw four bombs on Stockach- A Zeppelin coming from Germany assed near Basle and disappeared in the lirection of Mulhouse. Amsterdam, Thursday.—It is reported hat a hostile airman dropped bombs on he Liege-Aix-Ia-Chapelle railway. This s one of the main lines of communica- iojis between Germany and Belgium. There are no details as to whether the ttack was successful or not. Germans and the Tyne Raid. Amsterdam, Friday.—A Berlin official elegram states that on April 14th, in the eveniug, a naval airship attacked the mouth of the Tyne, dropping a number of bombs. The airship returned safely.
EASTER VESTRIES. The annual meeting of the congrega- tion of St. Mary's, Swansea, was held on Thursday evening, the Vicar presiding. In a brief reference, the Vicar charac- terised the Postponement Bill as a wise N measure.
QUIET TIMES. I I GERMAN AIRCRAFT BROUGHT DOWN AT I YPRtS. ARM!ESRES:)tfC j ARMIES. RESJNC I This afternoon's official communique 1 states:— There has been no fresh engagement on the front since the communique of last evening. Yesterday afternoon our artillery brought down an aeroplane, which fell in front of the English lines, but be- hind the German trenches north of I' Ypres.
THIS DAY'S RACING. 9A" JSLVASTQN CASTWB SELLING PLATE of lijfa sovs. Five furlongs. Mr :\I'Alpine 3 SWITCHBACK, 8-11 WHEATLEY 1 M • Game's TTiBBEEENDIAN, 8^8 Spear 2 Yi Sidebottom's HILDERSTONE, 8-11 I Childs 3 Also ran: Ivlargaret Ada c (F Templeman), Irish Cherry (Donoghue), Common Imp f (Gardner), Fauvettf (Foy), Tregnum (Fin- ney), Gay Green «Kotfoins), Lrtdy Bucking- bam f (Seymour) Balsham Princess f .11. Stokes). Winner trained by Tabor. Betting: 11 to 4 SWITCHBACK, 4 to 1 Com- ».an Imp f. 5 to 1 Irish Cherry, Margaret .A da c, 6 to 1 Hijdergtons and Turberendian, 10) to 7 others Won by a length; three lengths between second and tiird. 9 OQ-SITDBURY PLATE of 200 sovs, for i two- e:i,T-old,s. live furlongs. Mi Tanner's PARANA, W BULLOCK 1 I Mr Neumann's ALMA, 8-6 Wal Griggs i Lord Ellesmore's SPAHTAJ1?, S-9.Wing 3 Also ran; Crick (Clark), Helrique (Foy), Colour Bay (Fox). Prairie (Whaliey). Off 2.32. Trained by Linton. getting: to 4 on PARANA, 4 to 1 Crick, ? to 1 Colour Bay, 10 to 1 Prairie, 100 to 8 Others- Won by four lengths; three-parts of a length between second and third. 3 A-WELBECK SELLING PLATE (High- weight Handicap) of 106 sovs. Five furlongs. Mr Whitakor's LUXOR, 4 8-9 FOX 1 Mi Morris's WAHDE, 4 7-6 Gardner 2 Mr H. Kartjgan'tf DRUCILLA, 3 7-7 Cooper 3 Also ran: Bechede-Mer (Harris), Balmoral (K'nor), Master Macdonald (Panders), Liti- gation (V, Smytbe), Bonmahon (Kobbins), Dunki-ppor (Allden), Short Skirt (Chaloner), Off 3.4. Trained by Whitaker. Betting: 6 to E Druciila, 6 tj 1 Bonmihoo ? to 1 Litigation Dunkippor, and Short. Skirt-, 10 to I Warden. 100 to 6 others. Won by half a length; head between second and thira. 9 £ >A—DO\ KBIDGE HANDICAP of 500 t?JU govs; second receives 25 8OVS. and third 10 sov. Straight mile, rl W. Raphael's LORD ANNANDALE. 5 3-10 .WING 1 Col U. Walker's DUTCH LADY, 4 7-11 E. Huxley ? r Stobart's MCDUBEAGH, 4 7-6 Fox 3 Also ran: Outram Griggs), Coura- geous (DoaoRhue), View Law (Whalley), Donaxiloney (Cooper), Silver Spray vStokes), Ocydromc (Gardner). Off 3.35. Traiiied by D. Waigrh. Betting: 13 to 8 LORD AN NANDALE, 4 10 1 Donacloney a,ni Outra.m 8 to 1 Courageous 10 to 1 Butcn Lady and View Law, 100 to 7 others. Won by half a length; neck between second a.ud third 4 A—QUARK DON THREE YEAR OLD HANDICAP PLATE of 200 bovs. One mile. M Barton's WUTDLESHAM, 7-6 FOY 1 FRA,)I, 7-6 I'OY 1 Mi Straker's FAIR SPRINGS. 7-8 Seymour i Mrs Heyt»>urn's SIMON'S HOPE, 8.0 Robbins 3 Also ran: Footman (Triggl, Ptolemy (Turner), Haigcbus (aunders). I Off 4.1. Trained by J. Jarvis. I EGLINTON. 9 A—STAND HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of 103 sovs. Two miles. ATHENRY 1 FLYING AERO 2, MARK MINQJt 3. Also ran: Border Chief. Harvest Supper, I..P., Universal Service, Ella i-I. Off 2.0. Trained by Menzies. Betting: to 2 Flying Aero and G.P., 9 to 1 Mark Minor, 6 to 1 Border Chief, 7 to ] ATHENBY, 3 to 1 Harvest Supper, 10 to 1 others. Won by a head; half a length between second and third. ￼ 9A-CUN35GHAME TWO YEAR OLD 2 .û SELLING PLATE of 102 sovs. Five furlongs. DRESS 1. BUCKLES 2, ZELIA 3. Also ran: Wil ) Countess c, Bide-a-woe. Off 2.31. Trained by J. Renwjck. Betting: Even3 Drees. 7 to 2 Wild Coun- 1 tess f, <1 to 2 Buckles and Bide-wee, 10 to 1 Zelia. Won by three lengths; similar distance between second and third. 3 1 —SCOTTISH GRAD NAT1OAL a HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE of 400 sovs. Three miles and a half. TEMPLEDOV.NEY 1,LOG WATER 2, MATT M'GRATH 3. Also ran: Martial IV.. Simon the Lepper, Denis Auburn, Heather Deere, Dust-cap. Off 3.18. Trained by Whitaker. Betting: 5 to 4 TEMPLEDOWNBbf. 9 to S Simon the Lrrper, 7 to 1 Denis Auburn .-tiid Dustocap, 10 to 1 others. Won by four lengths; ten lengths between socond and third. O JC-BOGSIDE HANDICAP of 102 sovs. V one mjie -xcd a half, THE QUACK 1. SPOILT TOM 2. VILLEROY j Also ran Denison. Oceanue Off 3.41. Trained by Bums. OFF:CIAL SCRATCHINGS. City and Suburban Ambassador. Doveridee Handicap, Derby King's Siholar. ireat Surrey Handicap, Epsom-China Blue. Blackpool are Hooton exigagemer-ts-Little O¡'me II. Al Sudtxiry Plite DerbY-El DQrr-do. At Haverfordwest Police Court yester- I day, a middle-aged man, John Randall Vfinty Eden, was committed for trial at, Pembrokeshire Astizcs on a charge ui criminally assaulting Alice Maud Sobey, his stop-daughter. a gixl under 16 years of age. Certificates won by members of the Fpper Loi-Ighor Ambulance and Nursing Classes were presented at a meeting at the Notional Schools, the Rev. Hugh Rees, B.A., presiding. Ci?ro, Thursday.—The military trial of Khalil, the would-be a&?;o&-?in of the Sultan, will probably commence on Mon- I day in the Native Court of Appeal, press Representatives being admitted. I
GOMMERCEOFTHE DAY. PRINCIPAL STOCK EXCHANCE AND OTHER I MARKET REPORTS. u.. SETTLEMENT DATES. minng Contango .Apr. 9 Apr. 26 General Contango Apr. 12 Apr. 27 Ticket Day Apr. -3 Apr 28 Pay Day _A.pr. 14 Apr. 29 j Cor sols Pay Day May 5 June 1 BUTTER MARKET. I Cork, Frida-rk First, 132; second, 123; third, 11 A,) fourth, 0; superfine, 0; fine, 0; mild, 0; choicest boxes, 0; choice, 0; fersh butter from 129. METAL MARKET. I London. Friday. Copper firm, turnover 700 ton, 74i to 7tt- caeh, 70g to 70-g three months.. Tin irregular, 165t to 4 cash, 1611 to 165l three months; Enghih lead, 21 j to 21V; Foreign, 201 to 2(1; hpelter, 45} to 46J Midaiesbro iron, 866 7d. casih, 67s. "month. —.—— ——. SOUTH WALES FINANCE Business has been very lively again to- day, the outstanding feature being the rise in Consolidated Cambrian Ordinary shares. Coal shares generally, however, coatinue in favour. .R.AJ-LS.-Alcxa rid ri "A" improved to 51; "R" Stock was offered at i80 5s. Port Tal- hot. Preference were £3 15: to i9. Barry t-rcferrcd was £ 7s 10s. bid, and the Deferred t82 to £82 10s. Tag Vale Ordinary changed hands at £ n5 12s. 6d. COAL AND IRON.—Albion Ordinary were offered at jM & with no buyers. Blaenavcn Ordinary wfre idle at 16s. 6d. Consolidated Cambrian Ordinary have again improved, and closed 29s. to ZSis. ud.; the Preference keej firm at 19s. Cynons were offered at 17s D- Davis and Sons Ordinary were a siiade weaker at i6s. Ebbw Vales changed nall.dB at 20s. 3d. to 20s. 6d. Great Western \B' were vF-Jited -at £8 6s. 3d., and the New at Cb 3s. 9d. Insoles were easier at 23s.; the Preference changed hands at 19s. Interna- tional Ordinary were £ 5 17s. 6d. to £ 6. Lam- bert Ordinary were 2bs. 6d. to 25s. Lockets Ordinary were better at £5 13s. 9d.; the 6 per cent. P-,effrence were buyers at £8 5s., and the 2nd Preferenco at 17 lOp. Main Ordinary W(.;1'0 buyers at £7 5s., and the New (L8 pai i) at ii Newport-Abercarn Ord- inary were 25s. 6d., and tho Pre-Preferenoe changed at 22s 6d. North Ordinary were to 26s. 6d. Ocean Coal and Wilsons Ord-. inary were £ C 10s. ex dividend. Penrikyber Ordinary impioved to f,14 58.: the Prefer- ence were wanted at L9 15s. Powell Duffryn Ordinary wore firm at 55e. 6d., and the New at 33s. Rhyinney Iron Old and New were unchanged; the Preference were done sev- oral times at 17s. 9a.VTredeg-,r "A" were „2s. to 22s. 3d. Windsor Issues were in de- mand; the Is Preference improved to il3 103 bid. the 6 pe rcent. Preferenoe to £ 7 5s.; the Debenture changed hands at 88. United National Ordinary were wanted at 586. 3d. MISCELLANEOUS. Cardiff PurJ Ice were offered at £10 10s. Coliseum Ordinary were wanted at t.4 5s., and the Ireftrcncc at 21s. Hackncy Em- lire improved to £4 S-s. Manchester Hippo- dromes were offered at 6. Spillers and Bakers Ordinar. improved to 48s. UOCK AND SHIPPING. Barry Graving Ordinary were winted at il.,3 15s. Mordcy Carneye were 6s. 3d. to 6s. 9d. Mount Stuarts Preferred were wanted at £ 9 15s. Britain s.s. improved to j.12 5s. bid. Cairn Lines were 24s. to 24s. Sd. Mains were belter at L14 5s. bid. W. and C. T. Jones were 17s. Globe Shipping were unchanged. Oiaers .-md Hanuford were firm at 6. and Tatem improved to 37s. 6d., rather buyers. LIST OF BUSINESS DONE. Windsor Debentures, 88, 88. Windsor 6 per cent. Prefs, 17 5s. Premier Oil Prefs, 7s. Rhymney and Aber Gas Ord, £9 Its. x.d. Fowell Daffiyns, 55s. 6d. Albion Preference, 11, 11. Barry Deferred, 32 Rhymney Iron Prefs, 17s. 9d., 17e. 9d., 17-. Sd. Union Cold Storage 10 ¡,r cent. "A" Prefs, 29K. lid. C.1mbrian Ord, 29s., 28s. 6d:, 28s. 9d., 29s. (6 times), 29s. lid., 29s. 3<1. (6 times). Spillers Ordinary, 45^. Great Western Colly "B," L8 6s. 3d- 18 6s. 3d. ,Newport-Abc-.re.-irn Pre-Prefs., 22s. 6d. Furness Withys, 34?. Cambrian Preference, 19s.. 19s., 19a. Ebbw Vales, ZOs. 3d,. 2Cs. 6d. Lockets Ordinary, £ 6 13s. 6d. Nortlis Caucasians, oltf. 4;d. Insoles Preference, 19s„ 19s. Smithfield Argentina Meats, 17s. Goerz and to., los. 9d. Johore RubberrlSs. lid. Rubber Trust (12s. 6d. paid), 10s. 6d. Mount Stuart Preferred. £ 9 16s. 3d. Borax Defeired, 29s. lO:d. Field Line, 21s. 6d. Britain s.r., £ 12 5s. Alexandra "E," 80. Nominal Nom. Amt. Stock. Quotations. COIl sols. 66—67 .dOG Alexandra Dk. 4} p.c. A Pref.. 91 -93 £ 1!'0 Alex. Dk. & Rly. 4J p.c. B Pref 79J—80J :f10 Barry Railway Def. Ord 82 -83 £ 100 Barry 4 p.c Preferred. 79 —80 Great Western Railway Ord. 11)5 -105, Midlend Deferred Ordinary. 63 —63J .i10 Port Talbot Railway Ord 36 £ —17J jE:13 Port Talbot Pref. 82— 9 1100 Rhymney Railway Deferred- 79—81 LlOP3 Rhymney Preferrbd. 79 -bl £ 1G0 Taff Vale Railway Ord. 65J—653 .C,l Lloyds Bank 48 paid Z6 -Zi £10 London qnd Pro. Bank L5 pd. 18i—15 .i12 London City "iud Mid. 421 pd S- 9. .f6Q National Prov. 1£12 paid). 35-36 £ 10 Albion Coal Ordinary 6 3-16—6 5-16 £1.\ Albion Coal 6 p.c. Cum Pref. 11-11à .E*, Blaenavon Ordinary 16,,3-16,,g £1 BlrnYeat Brown Ordinary. 68/6-59'6 El Cynon Oall 36/6—l7'6 .€5 Cambrian Cons. Ord. 28/6—29/6 £ 1 D. Davis and Sons Ord. 35;-36.6 .£1 Ebbw Vale Ordinary 201;0-ZOi6 £ 5 Ebbw Vale 6 p.c. Cum Pref. 4- 4J ;U Elders IIJ-1116 d f; Fere hill Colliery Ord. 32/0—33/0 £ 1 Fernbill Coll. 7 p.c. Cum Pref 21/0-22/0 £ i Gwauu-cae-Gurwen (fully pdi 27(0— 2»/0 £: Gwaun-cae-gurwen 10a vdr4 '3'r-:)1 jE5 Great Western Coll. fully paid 8i— BIi i;5 Great Western Coll. ZS i aid. 6 ti £ Iniiol- i 22,6-2W6 ZE, Insoles 6 p.c. Pref. 18/6—rl9/6 ±,1 Lambert Bros .Ordinary 24/0—29/0 A5 L&mbe? 5? p.c. Cum Pr?. 46— 4? ? Lockets Ordinary 6?— 6? ?1 Newport Aberuarn 7? p.o. Cum Pre-Pref 21f6-221 I £ Newoort Abercaro 7 p c. Pref 20/0—20/6 £ 1 Ncrth Colliery Ordinary 26.0—26 o E Ocean Wilson Ordinary 9&-Iok £1¡J Penrikyber Ordinary 14 -1-11 £ 1 Powell Duffryn Ordinary 55/0- 56/0 I £.1 Powell Duffryn New paitly pd Rhymney iron Ord (Old). 11/0-11/3 1 Rhymney li-or C3 Rhymney Tron 6 p.c. Cum Pf 0 41 Tr?d?gar A 1. paid) 22/0—22/6 ?1 Tredegar B (fully paid). 3Gi6-Ho ?1 United National Ordinary. 56'—59/-xd ?1 Ud. National 6 p.c. cum vt—. 22;0-23/0 ?1 Britonferry Cbwlcaj 33/i)—?'! ? £ 1 Ben E\an# Ord 17/6-18/6 Llb Barry Graving Dock 134—15i £ i John Bland Ordinary 19/CH-20/C i £ 1 Coliseum 0: dinary II— a Coliseum Pref. 21 io-2116 £ 1 Channel Dry Dock Ordinary. Zl,Q-al/6 £ t English Crown Spelter 33,0—34/8 £ 1 Furneas Withy, S1/0—32/0 4)0 ilain Steamship Company. 13-141 £ 3 Jones Dickinson Ordinary 9/0—10/0 ;Lio Wm. Ran,-ock Def. Ord 7r n £ 1 Bedcroft S.N. Company. 21/6-22 5 /.i Spillers and Bakers Ord 47 6-48,,6 LIC fc-pillers 6 per c^nt. Pref 12i—12d £ 1 Stepney Spare Wheel 17.6-18 6 J £ 1 Tatem s.s. 35.0—36,0 .C 1Tatem s. ,3 ￼ S,!L, Weavers Orciiiiary 15J—I6i LID Weavers Preference 30i—11 £ 1 Cambrian Con 6 p.c. cum Pref 18/9-19/0 !————— ———— .————- ————.
COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS AHEAD! DALMER ptpMP ￼ AW THE SIGNS in time to buy large supplies of "BLUE SERGES" before prices advanced, thus safeguarding our customers' interests. The opportunity to take advantage of this commercial jr *"3" foresight is YOURS to-day. The 'BLUE SERGES' we r \w! ? ? ? showing were bought ml I vfl W when Makers' Prices were ?// & V?t 25 PER CENT. LESS than t hey are to-day. i ? RALMER'S '??_?? !aPEC!AL OFFER ;:¡;). lí/H ^KIS a BLUE SERGE I 'J U ?. -???-=?-??iNMf j!?§!J!Ti? ￼ t ￼ to measure ￼ y t INK' ?????? ￼ |^j| t ??hich is worth 50/- This special serge was bought on contract last Spring, and has just been delivered. A PALMER SllT. You save 2 5 per cent. BUY YOUR BLUE SERGE SUIT AT PALMER S 12, Castle St. SWANSEA'S SMARTEST TAILOR. I AMI T C HE L 8 0 N Md CO.. ?A-Also CASTLE BUILDINGS, Ako Column B'ld'gs. SWANSEA. Pinners Hall, CARDIFF. LONDON. TWe.phones- Telegrams— 828 Cent. Swansea (2 Lines). llitchelton, Swansea." 2694 Cardiff (6 Lines1". Mi'cbeleon, Cardiff." 17680 London WaU (2 Lines). Chelsonmit. London." WE HAVE BUYERS OF- £ 200 Swansea. Harbour 1946, 90L :30 Ben ?E\ans Ord., 18,. 3d.; 100 Boldwin Ord, 27s 3d; 250 E.C. Spelters, 33s. 3d.; Z60 Cons. Cambrian C-rd., 29s; 200 Thomas and Evans and J'. Dyer (,ra., 200 Prefs., 18s. 6d.; 20 Weavers Ord.. 11", 20 Preference, £ 11; X200 Rhondda Debenture, 92; 100 Tatems. 34s. 6d.; Diliwyn Ords. and Prefs.; 20 Haint S.S.. 14; 200 Fernbill Prefs., 21s.; 50 Ben Evans Pounders; 150 Elders, Us. 3d. x.d; 300 Spillers Bakers Ord., 476. 3d.; Z5 Penrikyber Orti. 50 Colics tm Ordy., i4 53. 9 Great West- t'r i New "B," 61; Windsor Coll. 6 per cent. and 10 per ci:nt. Prefs. WE HAVE SELLERS OF- .E300 Swansea Harbour A, 38i; 40 Port Tal. bot Prefs, c9; 100 Cynons, 17s.; 75 Stepney | Wheels, 18::0.; Rhondda Ordinary. ill; 100 Cairn Lines, 23s. 6d.; 20 Town Lines, £ 5; 150 Cons. Cambrian Prefs, 198.; 100 Ordinary. 29r. 6d.; 50 Coliseum Preference. 21s.; i i01 E.C. Spelters, 33s. 9d.; 10J Rhymney Iron New, 10s. 3d.; 100 Rhymney Iron Old, i is. 3d.; £500 I'ernhill 5 per cent. Debenture, Bdt: 100 Redcrofts, 21s. 6d.; 50 D. Jcnes Dickin- I e >.i Ord.. 9s. Cd.; 100 Fernhill Colliery Prefs., 23s. 6d.; 105 Mon-1 Nickel 7 per cent, non cum Prefs. 23s.; s. 600 Neath and Brecon Prefs j 100 Tredegar "A." 22s. 3d.; 100 R. E. Jones Piefs, 19s. 6d.; 300 Field Line, 22s.; 20 Gt. Western Colliery "B," £8 7s. 6d.; 100 Mond Kickel Ordy, 78s. 9d.; 100 Britcnferry Chemicals, 34e. 6d.; .'500 John Bros. (Aber- garw) Dreb., 65 c.d. L600 Swansea Harbour (1946), 91. At Reynoldston( Church on Thursday the wedding took place of Mr. Fred Albert, valet to Messrs. Bensons, Fairy Hill, Rpynoldston, to a daughter of ifr. Wm. Jenkins, The Manse lteynoldslfcn. The operetta A Day in the NVrods was performed by the Kilvey Band of Hope children. Mr. Fred Evans was the conductor. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. DEA TH. BATCOCK.-April 16th, at 27,. Giaul-rydnii- cvenue, William Batcock, in hi:" 75th year. Fun-era-1 Monday, April 19th, at 2 o'clock, for Cc^kett Church (gentiemsn only). FURNISHED RcomB Required by Business Gentleman; m -duin i-onv niances b a b, est- West End cf Swansea.—Write X.Y.Z., Leader OfBoe. S-TC 19f4-dP -4e:t three-peed 1914 jicdel. in excellewt condition; been carefully handled and well cared for; sacrifice £ -'a; rost £ 60.—Pryco Trow, Ox- ford-street, S wanaea, AC4-22
NEWS IN BRIEF BY TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH TO-DAY The National Belief Fund to-day rost to Xt,W.O(O. Ca.pt ain DaA id Ex-an,. Doekmaster at I the South Dock, who is a naval officer, is leaving Swansea for the transport --far vice. At. St. Mary's. Aberavon. Mr. Clifford Jacob and Mr. D. E. Jones -were re- elected vicar's and people's wardens respectively. Mr. Joseph Davies was las«t Tiigrhfc elected chairm&n of the Clydach Parish Council. Mr. Ben Darie.& was elected vice-chairman. Sir Charles Seely, ifrs-t. baronet, and father of Col. Seely, dioo to-day in hi4 82nd year. He formerly sat as Libera! M.P. for Nottingham. For giving a cinema performance with- out a. music and dancing Heense. Jw-nes Jenkins, proprietor of the Cinema Hall, Reso l ven, was fined 40t-. at Xeath to-day. Llandovery Boa.rd of Guardians at their annual meeting to-day appointed 3o chairman Mr. David Davie,, Tihyddtid, who lias held the. T-ocdtion for many ymrs in succession. Mr. J. W. James, formerly cashier at Llandebie Colliery, flias heen granted a commission in the Duke of Cornwall'# Light Infantry. Some time ago he teae given two promotions on one day. In connection with the Gorle#.ton tragedy, discovered last. Wednesday, Mist Adu Mary Halfpenny died early thi. morning in hospital from the effects of gas poisoning without haring recovered consciousness. At Neath to-day, Thomas E. Jones. grocer. Tom Jones, black«nit!h, and Emrytt. M. Lewis, collier, of Gra.ig Ceifn- Parc. Swansea Valley, were each fined 40s. for riding motor cycles at an ex- cessive speed. At a Skewen inquest to-day, on t1\t body of David Daniel- Davies, QueenV road, Skewen, killed by a runaway journey of trams in the Bryncoch Col- liery on Tuesday, a. verdict of accidental death was returned. Samuel Williams (18), of Goitre-road, Killay, was knocked down by trame while following his work of a hitrher at Kijian Colliery to-day, and was killed -il. tnopt instantaneously. Deceased was 4 brother of Tom Wmi, the Swimyc^ and Welsh International Rugby forward. At 1-ast niglif's nioeting of II)e SkemetL and Neath Abbey Free ChurcTj Council, the Iiev. Jtihn Bevnon was elected presi- dent, and ITIK- Rev. E. R. Phillips added to the viee-prcfeideiHts. The lion, trea- surer (Mr. Evan Joshua) and th- ewre- tary (Rev. J. Evan*. J oues) w4An m., electe d.