EI A ITU &. y I u. The South "Wales Clothiers, General Outfitters and Boot Merchants, 15 and 16, Wind Street, Swansea. PORT TALBOT. ▼ TTVTT WTVT WTTTV and-made OH SIKTIIsrS ,,w,w -,wwv w- -v. V,v,W-,WWwv" W-MIWI Complete Outfits To suit all Classes and Climates rTVTTTVTTTVVTTVT Every description of I BOOTS & SHOES kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA\AAAAAA4AAAAAA^ Al' kinds of SEAlv'JEN'S BEDDING kept in stock and made to order. Fishermen's Complete Outfits Fishermen's noods a speciality APPRENTICES COMPLETE OUTFITS kept in stock or made to order. BUSINESS MEN! What about your ''sr A A JSL -A .A. PRINTING SllEll do it Oculars to exactly imitate Typewriting on Customers' own stationery for you if desired. Quotations free. IVVVVVVVvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv' Vaughan's Printing Works 1, Salubrious Place, A 'TBk'v & SWANSEA. Subscription Order Forzu tor "Daily Shipping*Begister." WWWWWWWWWWVW Please enter.Name as subscriber to the Swansea Daily (; í; ) irg Register," for which enclose One Quarter's Sub rviptiuu JVame-" Address To the Manager, ], Salubrious Place.
C. ROWLAND. Cock and Railway Contractor, Railway Hanlier & Shipping Anient to the London & North Western, Miiland, & Rhondda & Swansea Bay Railways Companies, 9, FISHER STREET, ,1. neOn/Of1 \'n. Swansea.
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