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V .1 i(U)\iK & C(\:aPV .• I: El# • a & I fk ▼ At C^t v 1 t The South Wales Clothiers, General Outfitters and Boot Merchants, 15 and 16, W ind Street, Sw B :<1 *^08;. PORT TALBOT. I- w- I- and made OIICBIKTIsrS [ Complete Outfits To suit all CI -fees and Climates Every description of BGOTtt SHOES AAA A A- A A A A A A /V.A. A A A A A A A A A A A A Jl AT kinds of SEAMEN'S BEDDING kept in stock and made to order. YTVVVVTVVVTVTVVVVTVVTTVVTYVTTTTTVVTTYTTVV. tishermer-'s Complefe Outfits Fishermen's r oods a speciality APPRENTICES COMPLETE OUTFITS kept in stock or made to order. BUSINESS lVIEN I Whqt about your." PRINTING Shfifll 0 ClO it ( irculars to exactly imitate Typewriting on Customers' own stationery for you ? ;v,, if desired. Quotations free. /VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVv'vvvvvvvv'\ Vaugh&n's Printing Works 1, Salubrious Place, SWANSEA. I Subscript u Order iform I for "Daily Shipping Regis te r. wvwvvwwwwwvwww Please enter Name as subscriber to the Swansea Daily Shipping Register," for which, enclose, One Quarter's Subscription. JVame Address To the Manager, J, Salubrious Place.
C. ROWfJ^D, < ock and Railway Contractor. Iviilway Miu.l'.ev & Shipping Apent to the London & North Western, Mi îand, & Klioudda & 8waneea Kay Railways Companies. !i, FTSBEk 8TRKKT, •—I noo?««nvv>. Swansea.
Where <tn»iu; man have wtlft, w«a& outt 88i. «fl#hes. A man seldom "begins to shew his temper nnftU h* Jfesee it. The rising generation owes much to the iirnaMt ft the alarum clock. Bachelor?; may lead blissful lirtt, out you fcake a spinster believe it. Labouring under a mistake la the most onproOt %b«e of all employments. Jtesrve is requir-ed to manage m ikm, and tamacy to manage a woman. There is certainly enough money spent Ml tfef Mtad to ruin to keep it in excellent repair. May: "Next to a man, what's the j oiliest clttaf pvu know of P" Ethel: "Myself, if he:« aice Xven when a woman is worried to death ilia teasn't forget to see that her hat is on straight. D'ttvsmith: "I am offered jElOO for my latafll tsutisMntaJ song." Grimshaw:" Bush-money f* it hp wasn't built in a day, you know." "Ohl it was put up under a Government contract, w. tef" What everybody is willing to do is to ar'jitrafe With a man to get away from him something tkaf la Ms. It's easy enough to write cheques on the Bank d Success, but one has to be properly identified la ret thefr- cashed. Kaep ur troubles to yourself; when you tell lber-,i are taking up tie time of the man whs Mi wdiu to tell his, English Tourist: "I understand you Americas' <5sct asSi your rulers by bajlot P Citizen: "Yes all exegpt owr wifes." Mitis Nuggins: My father is very gooc at rea& ing faces." Mr. Kisaam: "Then I had better not frint any kisses here." Mr. Hiborn: By what unit of measurement e«nki you properly estimate a in v.'a devotion to fou P" Miss Lowe "The carat. rho Bashful Lovers "Miss Emily, f-er--bem r- the (sweetly): "Do you, Mr. MammasdearP Now- wouldn't you like to joip ow sewing class?" The Heiress "Am I the only giri in t'he wbea. wide world you love Hf: "No, dear; but yon are the only gir1 I know whu could afford to mars* H(I; "Then 1 may live upou hope until next Sun liar; evening?" She: "Oh, poor fellow, is it u WA Mth&tP Here- VB lend you enovgn to buy » «eal." 'I wo Opinions.— She "No matter bow smart < nan ir> he is sure fco meet some other man who If smarter." He: and about irbe #"7-!r "h.f ry Printed by C. T. LOWE at Vaughan's Printing Works, T, Salubrious Tlaee, Swansea in the County of Glamorgan.