E. J. i)ANN & City,, Y., The South Wales Clothiers, General Outfitters and Boot Merchants, 15 and 16, Wind Street. Swansea. P0Rf™T. ▼ ▼VW"W"V WW WW WVW WW WW WW vw w^r w vtpvv wv ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ and-made oiiBKiisrs kAAA Complete Outfits To suit all Cksses and Climates •A-A-AAAAAAAAAAAAA/yif<N,AAA.ift ^AAAA A A Every description of BOOTS & SHOES AT kinds of SEAMB.ISTS BEDDING kept in stock and made to order. Fishermen's Complete Outfits Fishermen's oods a speciality APPRENTICES COMPLETE OUTFITS kept in stock or made to order. BUSINESS MEN! What about your" T TL t g N B S S S v PRINTING Shall we do it Circulars to exactly imitate Typewriting on Customers' own stationery for you ? if desired. Quotations free. «<aB<B a& w s' Vaughan's Printing" ork, 1, Salubrious Place, SWANSEA. v Subbcription Order jp'zrm for "Daily Shipping*lie inter." WWWWVWWWWVW^VW" Please enter Name as subscriber to the Swansea Daily Shipping Register," for which.endose.One Quarter's Subscription. flame n. Address To the Manager, 1, Salubrious Place, j C. ROWLAND. 1 rock and Railway Contractor, Railway H anlier & Shipping Agent to the London i & North Western, Mi Hand, & lthondda & Swansea Bay Railways Companies, 9, FISHER STREET, rnil,<,rrn,ms —Locomotive. Swansea.
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