E. J. DANN & COMPY., The South Wales Clothiers, General Outfitters and Boot Merchants, AND AT 15 and 16, Wind Street, Swansea, PORT TALBOT. <««*-w<wwIr**>■* www ▼ and-made OILSEIIUS I ""8"W'" 'W' Complete Outfits I To suit all Classes and Climates Jiio. A • » Jii¡, t. i _.oiL A • A A JL M. A. A A A A*AAAJ[i^ Every description of BOOTS & SHOES All kinds of SEAMEN'S BEDDING kept in stock and made to order. Fishermen's Complete Outfits Fishermen's Goods a speciality APPRENTICES COMPLETE OUTFITS kept in stock or made to order. BUSINESS MEN I What about your m Y iE Y ))' < T TL PRINTING -i-i Hn "if Circulars exactly imitate Typewriting bHail We UU It on Gugtomers' own stationery for you ? if desired. Quotations free. Vaughan's Printing Works 1, Salubrious Place, SWANSEA. —— 11 >»l IWWIIJIJIIIIU. ,<1.- Subscription Order Form for Daily Shipping Register." Please enter.Name its. subscriber to the Swansea "Daily gypping Begister," for which. enclose. One Quarter's ¡.j Bubacription. jName To the Manager, 3, Salubrious Place. 1 C. ROWLAND. Cock and Railway Contractor, Railway Haulier & Shipping Agent to the London & North Western, Mi Hand, & Rhondda & Swansea Bay Railways Companies, 9, FISHER STREET, Telegrams Locomotive. Swansea.
JOt Where ttrong men havo wØz., weak ohm 4 man seldom begins to shew hit temper wMI hr Imp* it. ISte rising generation owea much to tho imM 0 the alarum clock. Bachelors may lead blissful Uvea, Wak-a a spinster believe it. Labouring under a mistake it the most unproO tfele of all employments. Starve is requiaed to manago • Baa# Mi Ap< leewcy to msSiage a woman. There is certainly enough money speat aa M|f fead to ruin to keep it in excellent repair. May: "Next to a man, what's the jollfeat xMmf ftm know of P Ethel: Myself, if hole alco." 8ven when a woman is worried to death SHm laesa't forget ta see that her hat is on straight. Dittysmith: "I am offered 9100 for my latagl Wntimental song." Grimshaw: "Hush-money P" "Some wasn't built in a day, you know." "Ok .I g was put up under • Government contract, VM What everybody is willing to do is to arbiter** witb a man to get away from him something ffc# to his. It's easy enough to write chequw on the Bank ok fueoeas, but one has to be properly identified la get them cashed. Keep ?«ur troubies to yourself; when yon WI Asm ym are taking up tb time of tito mm wltt m waifclag to tell his. JKngllfH Taurisfc: "I understand you Americaw fleet all your rulers by ballotP" Citiaen "Tea all except our wives." Miss Huggins: My father is very good at road* (Bg faces Mr. Kisaam: "Then I owl better not pint any kisses here." pint any kisses here." Mr. Bihorn: "By what unit of measurement toukl you properly estimate a la&K'i devotieai (a you ? Miss Lowe "The carat." The Bashful Lover: "Miss Emily, I—er-inpif» the (sweetly): "Do you, Mr. Mammaadear P Xow- Wouldn't you like to joip Ou-l sewing class P" The Heiress: "Am I the, only girl ia the whole wide world you love?" He: "No, dear; but you are the only gir1 I know who could afford to mafia ate." He: "Then I may live upon hope until next Sun toy evening P She: Oh, poor fellow, is it aa bad M that t Hare, I'll lend you enough to buy a *eal." Two Opinions.—She: "No matter bow smart a tian is he is sure to medt some other man who la smarter." He: "T" and about 10-000 wbrawn MU Wnk'. t.h.,y ar. Printed by T. LowE at Vaughan's Printing Works, T, Salubriousf Place, Swansea, in the County o^GlaicoTgan,,