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C. ROWLAND. [ ock and Railway Contractor, Railway Hanlier & Shipping Agent to the London & North Western, Mi Hand, & Hhondda & Swansea Bay Railways Companies, 9. FISHER STREET, relpgrams —I oeomotiv". Swansea.
Where ftrong men have wills, wsak om M*. Whhes. A man seldom begins to ahew his temper nM fes tan it. The rising generation owes much to the imM it the alarum clock. Bachelor* may lead blissful livok oat, llW a spinster believe it. Labouring under a mistake Is the most onpNflfr- ifcle of all employments. Nerve is required to man. taaaaej to manage a woman. There is certainly enough money spent qa Mad to ruin to keep it In excellent repair. May: "Next to a man, what's the jolli-est (Usf feU know of P" Ethel: "Myself, if he's nice. 3tven when a woman is worried to dentil do Aoean't forget to see that her hat is on straight. Dittysmith: "I am offered B100 for my latolt Wntimental song." Grimshaw:" Hush-money to "Borne wasn't built in a day, you know." "OhI It was put up under a Government contract* was fcf What everybody is willing to do is to arbitrate I with a man to get away from him something tiksf Is his. It's easy enough to write cheques on the Bask al Success, but one has to be properly identHtod to fet them cashed. Keep f.,mi troubles to yourself; when yea teU Item Y"" are taking up ttje time of the ma wfca I M walthlr to tell his. English Tourist: "I understand you Americans Meet all your rulers by baJlot P Citisen: -YeI all except our wives." Miss Huggins: My father is very good at tea* faces." Mr. Kissam: "Then I had better net trint any kisses here." Mr. Hiborn: By what unit of meaauremort •oukl you properly estimate a m&r.'a devotiesi to ,ou?" Mies Lowe: "The carat." The Bashful Lover: "Miss Emily, I—er—-beat!" She (sweetly) "Do you, Mr. MammasdearP Now. Wouldn't you like to joip o»c sewing class P" The Heiress: "Am I the only girl in the whole wide world you love ? He:" No, dear; but yew are the only gir' I know who could afford to mMf me." He: "Then I may live upon hope until next SUB day evening ? 3he: "Oh, poor fellow, is it as feai u that P Here, I'll lend y:m enough to hdj a «eal." Two Opinions.—She "No matter how smart a man ie he is SUM too meet some other man who II •marter." He: Yra and about 10 100 womw wfc< think t-hov &rc Printed by C. T. LOWE at Vaughan's Printing Works, i, Salubrious Place, Swansea in the County of Glamorgan,