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SWIFT SHIPPING AGENCY LTD.,

SWIFT SHIPPING AGENCY LTD.,

Freight Brokers, Shipping & Insurance Agents. Warehouses : Wharves : FRENCH ORDINARY CT., ANZAC WHARF, CRUTCHED FRIARS, UPPER THAMES ST., LONDON, E.C.3. E.C. Communications to Head Offices : SWIFT HOUSE, 117, QUEEN VICTORIA ST., Et. 4. Telephones : City 2546/7. Central 8290 Tele
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
JOHN KNIGHT, LTD.,

JOHN KNIGHT, LTD.,

ESTABLISHED 1817.
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
50-TON FLOATING CRANE. LOADING

50-TON FLOATING CRANE. LOADING

UNLOADING DISTRIBU I COAL.
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
COMPLETE

COMPLETE

MOTOR VESSELS. Launches, Tugs, Passenger Boats. • -
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PROPOSED SUBSIDY.

THE PROPOSED SUBSIDY.

It may have been noticed that on 15th ult., Reuter wired to the daily Press from Berne that a proposal is before the Swiss Federal Assembly for a subsidy of 500,000 francs for river harbour works at Basle.
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
berths from 350 to 750 ft. in length, with a depth of water of 20 to 35 ft. ; two

berths from 350 to 750 ft. in length, with a depth of water of 20 to 35 ft. ; two

large modern fireproof elevators with conveyor system to 15 steamship berths at which nine vessels can be loaded with grain simultaneously; 23 permanent fireproof slieds ; 58 miles of harbour railway terminals; construction and repair Plants- about 200 acres situated in the most
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEWS FROM DOCKLAND.

NEWS FROM DOCKLAND.

TYNE TRADE-COAL EXPORTS DIMINUTION. In 1913 Tyne trading with Germany comprised nearly three million tons of coal exports. Last year the millions had dwindled to thousands (four at most). In the cases of France, Italy,, Denmark, and South America there were also substantial decr
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
problem. 2. The high dock dues (135 to 150 per cent. above pre war), which have driven a part of

problem. 2. The high dock dues (135 to 150 per cent. above pre war), which have driven a part of

London's shipping to smaller ports, and led to a good deal of merchandise, formerly re-exported to the Continent being sent direct to Antwerp and other North Sea ports. 3. The operation of the Dockers' Charter, which, while stabilising work for men fortunate enough to get on per
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
There is to be a flat-rate payment to certain workers for Overtime, night duty, &c., to cover the period to

There is to be a flat-rate payment to certain workers for Overtime, night duty, &c., to cover the period to

June, 1 920. The agreement was signed by Mr. R. Lowther, O n behalf of the dock companies, and Mr. C. T. Cramp, O n behalf of the men. THAMES MOTOR TUGS. " Lloyd's List" reports that an interesting type of motor tug has just been put into service on the Thames. She is named the
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
REGENT'S CANAL & DOCK COMPANY.

REGENT'S CANAL & DOCK COMPANY.

The report of the directors of the Regent's Canal and Dock Company, Ltd., for the half-year ended June 30th last, shows that the receipts, including the estimated amount receivable under the agreement with the Government in respect of their control of the undertaking, amounted t
1 October 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England