,in Iff E. J. DANN & COMPY., The South Wales Clothiers, General Outfitters and Boot Merchants, AIID AT 16 and 16, Wind Street, Swansea. PORT TALBOT. and-made OIIDSIKIXlsrS ,w-w WWwvwwwr*,w wv*,WW, Complete Outfits To suit all Classes and Climates r'»w»rrvwwv ▼ ▼ Every description of I BOOTS & SHOES ■; r -—— All kinds of SEAMEN'S BEDDING kept in stock and made to order. ,'i' w mm m *w ¥■*■■■■»■■■■ Fishermen's Complete Outfits, Fishermen's Roods a speciality APPBENTICES COMPLETE OUTFITS kept in stock or made to order. BUSINESS MEN I What about your: PRINTING SllElll we do it Circulars to exactly imitate Typewriting on Customers' own stationery for you r if desired. Quotations free. Vaughan's Printing Works 1, Salubrious Place, SWANSEA. Sub&cription Order Form for "Daily Shipping Register." Please enter Name as subscriber to the Swansea H Daily Shipping .Register," for which enclose One Quarter's Subscription. Noume Address A To the Manager, 3, Salubrious Place. C. ROWLAND. lock and Railway Contractor, Railway B aulier & Shipping Agent to the London & North Western, Mi Iland, & Rhondda, & Swansea Bay Railways -ompanies, 9, FISHER STREET, Æf4, Telegrams .-Locomotive. Swansea.
torture rtrong- men have wills, weak oaet aw WMtM. A "tarn seldom feegins to ehew his temper wM hi ftWM it. The rising generation owes mueh to the imTWtaf if the alarum clock. Bachelors may lead blissful lint, (rat yon Make a spinster believe it. Labouring under a mistake I* the most onpreAfc- tible of all employments. Nerve is required to manage a tioa, aad Mp iMucy to manage a woman. There is certainly enough money spent «• Hp Xtad to ruin to keep it in excellent repair. May: "Next to a man, what's the Jollint thtag you know of P" Ethel: "Myself, if be'. alee." Sven when a woman is worried to deitlt ilia iomlt forget to see that her hat is on Straight. Dittysmith: "I am offered JZIOO for my lafctfl Hatimental song." Grimshaw: Of Hush-money pit "Rome wasn't built in a day, you know." -0111 Swas put up under a Government contract* Iran F" What everybody is willing to do Is to arbitrate «ith a man to get away from him something flMf hhh. It's easy enough to write cheques on the Bank «k Success, but one has to be properly identiiai to get their cashed. Keep Jar troubles to yourself; when you tell feem 3 <m are taking up tk* time of the man wfet W waitfeaf to tell his. English Tourist: "I understand you Americas' lileet alt your rulers by baJlot P Citisen: "Tea ill except our wives." Miss Huggins: My father is very good at read tog faces. Mr. Kissam: "Then I had better Ml pint any kisses here." Mr. Hiborn: By what unit of measureansMl toukl you properly estimate a rave's devetiot t* you ? Miss Lowe: The carat." a The Bashful Lover: "Miss Emily, J-er--e.ar. the (sweetly): "Do you, Mr. MammasdearP JtoW- Wouldn't you like to joir ow aewing class P" The Heiress: "Am I the only girl in the whole wide world you love?" He: "No, dear; but yo* are the only gir' I know who could afford to maiP* me." He: "Then I may live upon hope until next 8aa t." evening P" 3he "Oh, poor fellow, is it U M that P Here, I'll lend you enough to htty tfieal." Two Opinions.—She: "No matter bow smart a man ie he is sure fco meet some other man who it smarter." He: T-s and about 10.000 »oo« wtoi Oilnir thfv art Printed by T. LowE at Vaughan's Printing Works, I, Salubrious Place, Swansea in the County of Glamorgan. I