E. J. DANN & COMPY., The South Wales Clothiers, General Outfitters and Boot Merchants, III IT 15 and 16, Wind Street, Swansea. ",RT TALBOT. ana maje Complete Outfits Every description of OIISKI3STS To suit all Classes and Climates | BOOTS & SH03E1S "AAAAA4. AI: kinds of SEAMEN'S BEDDING kept in stock and made to order. Fishermen's Complete Outfits. Fishermen's floods a speciality APPRENTICES COMPLETE OUTFITS kept in stock or made to order. BUSINESS MEN! What about your: PRINTING Shall dO it Circulars to exactly imitate Typewriting on Customers' own stationery for you ? if desired. Quotations free." Vaughan's Printing Works 1, Salubrious Place, SWANSEA. Subscription Order Form for "Daily Shipping Register." wwvw^^vwwwwww Please enter.Name as subscriber to the Swansea Daily Shipping Register," for which.enclose. One Quarter's Subscription. ;Name. Address To the Manager, ], Salubrious Place.
C. ROWLAND. I ock and Railway Contractor, Railway H anlier & Shipping Agent to the London & North Western, Mi Iland, & Rhondda & Swansea Bav Railways Companies. 9. FIBBER STREET, '"«U«jjrrai»is —Locomotive. Swansea.
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