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Im lw 'I'" E. J. DANN & COMPY., The South Wales Clothiers, General Outfitters and Boot Merchants, III IT 15 and 16, Wind Street, Swansea. PORT TALBOT. and-made OILSIKZIIETS Complete Outfits To suit ail Classes and Climates Every description of BOOTS & SHOES All kinds of SEAMEN'S BEDDING kept in stock and made to order. 'W'ø. Y. Fishermen's Complete Outfits. Fishermen's Goods a speciality APPRENTICES COMPLETE OUTFITS kept in stock or made to order. BUSINESS MEN! What about your: PRINTING Shall we do it Circulars to exactly imitate Typewritmg on Customers' own stationery for you P if desired. Quotations free. Vaughan's Printing Works 1, Salubrious Place, SWANSEA. Subscription Order Form for "Daily Shipping Register." Please Name as subscriber to the Swansea Daily Skipping Begisier," for which .enclose .One Quarter's Sufcsmptioa. ]V ame. :iI.u. .6. Woo .0. Address^ t;I'Ø- To the Manager, 3, Salubrious Place. C. ROWLAND. Lock and Railway Contractor, Railway H anlier & Shipping Agent to the London & North Western, Mi Hand, & Rhondda & Swansea Bay Railways Companies* 9, FISHER STREET, Telegrams )-Locomotive. Swansea.
^tJThjwo ftrong mm havo wills, H'ii> OM Mk A man aeldom begins to shew W. temper aM it to" it. the rising generation owes mush to the fanwM if the alarum clock. Bachelors may lead biissfal IIw8. ipeke a spinster believe it. Labouring under a mistake h the Mtt Hpntt* tfrle of all employments. Verre is requised to manage a KM, AAI 4^ flMBaey to manage a woman. There is certainly enough BMMy spsal tip Itad to ruin to keep it in excellent iopilr. May: "Next to a man, what's the 1011"" ih| p»u know of P" Bthel: "MyaeM. M he'* aiM." tvea when a woman is worried to death fto lMm't forget to see that her hat is on KraipMk Mttysmith: "I am offered &100 for my hMl IMtimental song." Grimshaw: Hush-money f • "Rome wasn't built in a day, you know." "Ctt 6 was put up aider a Qovenmeat contract, wit t" What everybody is willing to do Is to arbitral* orlth a man to get away from him something II MI. It's easy enough to write cheques oa the Bamh si fueoess, but one has to be properly ideatiiei it get then cashed. Keep mar troubles to yourself; wtoa jm toll «em vm are taking up t(0 time 01 <h« maa nit M watttaff to toll his. English Towrisfc: "I understand yon Americas* Moot all your rulers by ballot P Oltlm 1 "Yes all except our wives." Miss Huggins: My father is rtrt goo £ at rea< bw fa Mr. Kisaam: "Then I M hotter M+ pint any kisses here." Mr. Hiborn: "By what unit of measwreatsril sou Id you properly estimate a man's dUiioH— It you P" Miss Lowe: "The carat." The Bashful Lover: "Miss Emily, T H h—T* She (sweetly) "Do you, Mr. MammasdearP JMW., wouldn't you like to joip Othf sewing class P" The Heiress: "Am I the only girl in the whtb wide world you love ? He: "No, dear; but JO* Mre the only gir' I know who could afford to maita me." He: "Then I may live upon hope until next fleas 4ay svelling P" She: "Oh, poor fellow, is it VA beA at that P Here, I'll lend you enough to bo a toeal." Two Opinime. --She-. "No matter bow smart t man ic he is sure to meet some other man wbo ll smarter." He:" y. and about 10.000 wom*n who thinV frhor *r« Printed by' T. LowE at V&ugban's Printftig Works, 1, Salubrious Place, Swansea* in the County of Glamorgan,