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C. ROWLAND. Cock and Railway Contractor, Railway H anlier & Shipping Agent to the London & North Western, Mi Hand, & Rhondda & Swansea Bay Railways Companies. 9, FISHER STREET, Telegrams -Loconiotive. Swansea.
Where ttrong men have wills, weak onM M. ttehes. A man seldom begins to shew his temper aalH lM tMMit. the rising generation owes much to the ioviMM ff the alarum clock. Bachelors may lead blissful lives, out, a spinster believe it. Labouring under a mistake is the most mpnCk ible of all employments. Nerve is required to manage • 18. fiMcaey to manage a woman. There is certainly enough money spent «■ MIt Otad to ruin to keep it in excellent repair. May: "Next to a man, what's the jollta* tklag you know of P" Ethel: "Myself, if he's mCtt." Sven when a woman is worried to death dft taesn't forget to see that her hat is on straight. Dittysmith: "I am offered JB100 for my latsi) Mntimental song." Grimshaw: Hush-money r'* "Some wasn't built in a day, you know." "OhJ was put up under a Government contract, wstf What everybody is willing to do is to arbitrate <r!th a man to get away from him something ] Is his. I It's easy enough to write cheque* on the Bank «| Success, but one has to be properly identified to get them cashed. Keep »ar troubles to yourself; when yon tell Jtum y >a ar3 taking up the time of the man whs l• waitk^tgf to tell his. Engird Tourist: "I understand you Ameriems elect all your rulers by baJlot P Citizen: "Yes all except our wives." Miss Huggins: My father is very good at read* teg faces.1* Mr. Kissam: "Then I had better not lyint any kisses here." Mr. Hiborn: "By what unit of measur«m«fl coii4i you properly estimate a nun's devotUm ts you ? Miss Lowe The carat." The Bashful Lover: "Miss Emily, I—er— the (sweetly) "Do you, Mr. MammasdearP How- Wouldn't you like to joiir Ob': sewing class P" The Heiress: "Am I the only girl in the "hell wide world you love?" He: "No, dear; but yow are the only gir' I know who could afford to mart* me." He: "Then I may live upon hope until next Sua (Saj evening?" She: "Oh, poor fellow, is it as baA its that P Here, I'll lend you enough to buy a tneal." Two Opinions.—She; "No matter bow smart t man if) he is sure to meet some other man who it smarter." He and about 10.000 womma wbs thinV frhov itr* Printed by C. T. LowE at Vaughan's Printing Works, i, Salubrious Place, Swanseav in the County of Glamorgan.