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11I R 1 B U U I Big Towel Sale on Friday, 11th inst. AT The Nass.-iu Bargain House. IUST OPENED. A Case of 96 daz Pine quality Bleached Huckaback Towels Jo be sold at 0DI3 !, would be cheap at yd Also ind .5 y.l Daihask Table Cloths at only 4s. and 5s, each. 'I able Napkins at } -. dot. Fine quality P. cases to be sold at this sale for 00 each. The above are some special job lot-, so don't miss this bale Another job Lot Mens shirts at js. 6d. A. F. MOORE. Lumber & %  Shingles J V5T Received per Schooner Roberts and Russell*" from at. James City. londe., a full assortment of Lumber and Shingles : ij x 10 and 13. ij x 10 and 12 of 20 ft. lengths ;lI iJ upwards as a specialty. We have opened up a trade with the above Port in this Commodity. Buyers would do well to see us before purchasing elsewhere. And me also Slippers of Sisal. CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO. &TOLEN'! j? ROM Schooner A.M.is., F,j,! IV or Saturday mghi -1 II iwser and Anchor, also part of another Hawser. LOST. T?Ri IM si liooner S. B. Elmwood x last night, Wed and, one 10 ft. boat—marked \V.\". Suitable Reward if found. tpply tn .W. B. NORTH, Maiket Range. l'OR HIRE! A SIX ROOM DWELLING HOI "si-, with hatb room at tached and all out door convenleni es including a Tank. East Street, South, opposite Nassau Prison, Apply to JOS LAING Blue Mill St. South the United States on April 24 h aceotnpanied by Alderman Sir W11. H. Dunn, a piospective Lord Mayor, Sydney, g.— The railway Strike is becoming general throughout Australia*, and has assumed serious proportions Phe total suspension of rail traffic over the entire commonwealth is probible by tomorrow. London, ci. — I.nm'nn's American seas, HI is proclaimed by some English papers as having begun with the arrival uf the passengers bum 1 he Meuretanin today, and theni< und"iibtedly an increased air of liuhile at th" West End hotels. I nndon, q, -Sir Thomas Liptofi tori,iv seni an unconditional challenge fm a series d es for the Amei ica's Cup. \ftei 'he Hi ill had been sent Sir Thomas said I hey will either have lo race or give me the cup." ROYAL Grand Re-openingFRIDAY Nig-hti at 8.15 4 REELS OF NEW FILMS. The great Mi an Mnimmel Vaud. Mile. Prof E. Von R.s. Classical and < omic S ings, The Show that gives n high class Entertainmeot, Uso a great Feature show SaturAdmission. —is. qd. 6d. 3d, Id. WISE, £ FOOLISH. In housekeeping, as in other things in Hie, one should look ahead. Do not be induced to spend a lew pence less to-day on buying Soap of an inferior quality which will ultimately cost shillings, and even pounds, in ruined Household linen and clothes. This is not economy. True economy is to use a pure Soap. Sunlight Soap is pure. L'SK IT, and preserve your clothes and household linen. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Port Sunlight, England. IMPERIAL FRIDAYS SPECIAL Prof. BODO will Perform The HINDOO BOX MYSTERY A FTER being Handcuffed with the Locks Sealed, he is pin. ced inside 1 f Packing Box winch is Lo % % %  I nd then Bound with C J I Rope, lb 1 from the Box, UvlvFy leaving Handcuffs inside without disturbing the teals, (ireHlest Tuck of the day in England and America. 11 ,L'R REELS NH)I ION I'll' I I'RLS. DON'T MISS K) WIGHT. Sheffield ,1 line assoi tment of RAZORS able Knives Pocket K 1' Butcher Knivi Bread Knives Can ing Sets in Cs ami SCISai IKS. for Chas. E Albury Is. 'I his Show Pl %  Williams Shoes Are BETTER l FOR SALE A INN CORNET in Perfect Condition—A Splendid Instrument, W. A. SWEANY, \\ JV. would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we no* \\ have on .ml in extei ek ol HAVAN \ CIGARS We guarantee our brand to be mad* ol ilur finest I la d sumntre Wrappers, and Havana Fillets throughout Thi'se Cigars are manufacture" >n mi premises b) .kijlrd workmen and Brest pains are t, I l. SAt:N b I • B Cu l'a> St reel PLACE YOLK UKi'i.v QUICK AS WE GET FROM FACTORV S INGLE Breast COIIHI, an.' Lollaf and Hamrs, Tan 1, olour, llniseiii I'ony size Web Humes* 1 all at Store and see S oliple lliirness in use. P. ice delivered in Nassau Freight and Duly I'.ud 30/ Will need 30 days to del it CO. I). 1 ; SAU sDERS. East l'a\ .st. N issn, N. P. WHOLESALE .V RETAIL Imported Pine Sponge Staves MACHINE MADE. CURTAIN POLES, PL UN nn l si AIM h, ILL LENGTHS. I & j ROUND FOR I RIMMING PL UN |')i( SAWING Or ALL DESCRIPTION. 10, CHEAPER I 11 W HAM) LABOR. (.. E. M A Y ER Easl Bay street, Ntar Cotontlla, ANNA E. RAE. pRt fPRIF I'RESS Ol TVie Vogue sndAu BonMnrcha Th. L.~n W. Storts. Closing Sale of Scuon, Good,. High CI .as Uooda at very reduced prices. Bcnuiiful Irish Lces tvnd Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exqvils te degi||ns Geishiv Crepes \iih Laces to match. Irish Hmid Embroidered Robes, ,111.1 Waists 25 per cent off. Irish I.moos. wimr nnd Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. NOT I C I. ~*Ml> is to inform my I' itrons 1 an l the Pub 1 in t ienei H I thai I have openi d m) Public Ml. k Smith Shop; and am now to do anything in the line ol Geneial repair 01 new work Horse Shoeing Specially, All work done Mec hanically. P. A. Huvler, 453 May Street. Last (Wharf) J



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p > 3 cr 0) r> CD CO sr o CD CO Nullius rtJJii ins |\irarc in verba mngistri. ii. im bound.to swear lo llio Dotfmtvs, of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Baha:n.\s, fe'ridtvy. April II. 19IV No. ll.S LEON K i UUPI'CH, BUI t >' AID 1'KOI'K r k OfflCI 8 ,i \l kBBET TR Nan i v i'., i n %  ii. i %  .. PUBLISHED IMIU '.I mla; > %  • lin ;l ou) j.i. I uesday, I'lm. .day anil Sit.,, liable ropy ... ... j,i VI. ...tl.lv >U %  rei I v HarfYearl. feany P .YABLF IV ADVAN Adverti inu Rates Sjj i u hn (... in t iiiaertion three uence si lint %  i '"I iniertion; and onej innypai inir I. i subsequent insertion* Advei tiasmanta i udei eight linai The Poli e R in I Concert heard last night by a i.mis audieni • 'I he programme contained t •xci ilenl items and w as w< Ii ren dared ; theValse "Chorittert" and Sale ti< n Irnm "Faust" v • re i x ceptionall) fine, I *usi being the favoui ile, fm wlni |i, anem dem nidi d I ui not accorded. The Mail Fteamer "Segur, n a" steamed foi New York ai Vli w.Hi ihe lollowin Mm Klit i| en, | ili \ ] : : I Mar) Gilliat, Jenniejl da in, Prosperioe Baa rgue %  Mi'' Ilia ibeth Close ; Sistei Judd ; M..-.I uniM 1,1, ,,. Potter, S H. Cobli, Jacob .1. Rhodes, R. S. Carter, I lizabetli Von Schultz.and M. A. Herring ; Mr. an I M i. |. J. I ynch, Chas. Westfii Id, \i nin lilerkirch, Mr and Mrs. \\. ( Mowers, Mr, and Mrs J. \V. Green ; Messrs', M Mil Mundgsjeler, J... (..IVIII. Geo. W, I), naldwn, I win J. v".,\, J. |; Stokes, I ieo. K. Hul ne, Jack O'Brien Irving S. "..if, Herbert Mi Ktnney, Carl R, Sturrup, n. I. Smith, Arthur Mo. i ren, l ieorge A. Dorsett, Chas, VV. \n lerson, I. B. Watts, J, I). Scan, Floy l I Lee, Edward 1 ee. Logan A. Dorset!, and Berlin M. \..n %  ••-. Misses Lottie Wilson, Ada (i.l). son. (jladys Taylor, Mary Pinder, Delphine Taylor, Lillian Webb, end Eleoflora Knowles; Mesdames Maud I, Brooker, Ruth A. Hayes, Marsliall Mead, Prince Baltimore, Aonita Burns, Theresa Smith and I Johnson : Messrs i lennan I trice, I l,.n v Ad >ms, i ie ild Cupee M.i.-.!. .ill Mead, John |ohnson and Pi ipce B liliiii. r< s* II IN II' "'-I i >I ASSEMBLY. Monday I vening. yiii Api il i I he i I nisij ui. HUM I I V--, ii I lie I |, in. l'| le Mr. I.i ili >T presented a petition from certain inhabitants ol ifn s an I ad n settlement*, San |n.i\ in(or ,i y pounds to i niprove a n Mi. ii. HI. I. .ii pri M nted a |" iaion In.,n :li. inhabitants nl T'un ^ ay, I kuinu, prat ins lor ,. giar.t %  ox i ii i. or mere nite ian wells On HI .tion ol I ii. Sweeti g the i nin,: tee was appointed t o i tl v o I proi idina ben '. s [oi Raw son Square, the K( .l UM Ie i Dr. Sweet/ng, \l ssrs, \ u Wei Mi. Sands, Ii ili nmiti i bum a'a> i.f nr | ||,. | lenci tin Goveinui's Message N'o. IQ relating lo ill pu i ihe I .! %  W II A ill! i: i-nt aiuj \\ handed in a i |> %  .i Messrs A I urTd | I "i ..'my do IIMI reneii ucii <%  of i lie 11 I-11 > during i se. Mi Sands, in a minorit) lepurt, thinks tin' prop 11) should be ... qured at once iu order to cam out one ol the pi MM ipal rei nm i II >ns I>I tire Customs Comm isti< m thai the wiiote Revenue and Cus. turns Department should be under • roof, \~ ilia< ].! siiion w o uld imp tse no linaiKM M l burden on the Colony he is "I opinion thai tiip purchase should be made and thyt the Clown -dmuM l.i-.i-Lcd i ,icc, *P l i, i5 'i she property, Mi. iVJuuie, Imro. ihe committee to wliom was referred the petition ui the Rev, Geoige Long, headed ina Report recomin ling thai the amount of duties pnid on articles foi S Stephen's Chu ch should be refunded. Mi. K. im; til jjolomoi] from the i mm.Hue, tn Whom VSaS nl, MI, I certain q lestions ..ml ansui-i-,, live to rei ei t d the N pi it on, rranrJed in a iep .n m M the) ntth sy I. ind the CA.IIdition of th< I in merailv hiuh the !'n-. the a ili ty of providing a sufr ol with I)... irs other th. HI bri ement ol %  nets wh i lieu ma i ism and %  %  i a rs. also additional sli s an I litioual clothing for sleeping | Mil | ( i n motion of Mr, Cole the Liqu• n Lit enses Bill was i ummitted and read a secoad tiin %  set n Imenls being made. The I louse adj iui ued uutil Tu da) evening n CABLEGR IMS. April i nl. 191 R ime, 91— I inpope It i> a relapse and in1 uuditi in is 1 ing great anxiety. 1 oid III, M. — tnoth< iign of desti u ction was si u ted by the mi liatanl suffragettes of London and us subrbs ag linst tin m nl I oxea to dav. In widely sepa disttictc many of the BjUlar boa wi-.r ri ndered us h sa and much mail was destroyed, Waal ingttfn, 9 l-'..r the first time within the hie A>f any | now alive, fl presiderii of the Unitto day appeared I the two houi 1 ul uougi ess, .1 MIMI iii joint s,.ss|.in, and, in pe mation n| the stati In ion, and recomm cd to then cuusiderati m "Su !. measures as lie shall judge necessary and eap dieot," as req ured '-> the federal constitution. I hus he revived the pract borne of the British "Address from the Throne" established in this country by the fust president and abandoned by the third, and as he s.M.) 111 the opening sentence of Ins address; verifying for himself "The impression that the president of the United Mates is a person and not a mere di part men t of the govi rnment." Londo 11. 'i — Sri 1 Win. 'I r< loar, ex-Mayo 1 ol London, will sail lor I?


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Nullius rtJJii ins |\irarc in verba mngistri.
ii. im bound.to swear lo llio Dotfmtvs, of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Baha:n.\s, fe'ridtvy. April II. 19IV
No. ll.S
LEON K i UUPI'CH,
BUI t >' AID 1'koI'K r k
OfflCI 8 ,i \l kBBET TR
Nan i v i'., i n
. ii. i..
PUBLISHED IMIU
'.I mla; >
lin ;l ou) j.i.
I uesday, I'lm. .day anil Sit.,, ,
liable ropy ... ... j,i
VI. ...tl.lv
>U rei I v
HarfYearl.
feany .
P .YABLF IV ADVAN
Adverti inu Rates Sjj i u hn
(... in t iiiaertion three uence si lint
'" i.....'"I iniertion; and onej innypai
inir I. i subsequent insertion*
Advei tiasmanta i udei eight linai
The Poli e R in I Concert
heard last night by a i.mis
audieni
'I he programme contained t
xci ilenl items and w as w< Ii ren
dared ; the- Valse "Chorittert" and
Sale ti< n Irnm "Faust" v re i x
ceptionall) fine, I *usi being the
favoui ile, fm wlni |i, anem
dem nidi d I ui not accorded.
The Mail Fteamer "Segur, n a"
steamed foi New York ai Vli
w.Hi ihe lollowin
Mm Klit i| en, | ili \
] :. :- I..... Mar) Gilliat,
Jenniejl da in, Prosperioe Baa rgue
Mi'' I- lia ibeth Close ; Sistei
Judd ; M..-.I uniM 1,1, ,,. Potter, S
H. Cobli, Jacob .1. Rhodes, R. S.
Carter, I lizabetli Von Schultz.and
M. A. Herring ; Mr. an I M i. |. J.
I ynch, Chas. Westfii Id, \i nin
lilerkirch, Mr and Mrs. \\. ( .
Mowers, Mr, and Mrs J. \V. Green;
Messrs', M Mil Mundgsjeler, J...
(..iviii. Geo. W, I), naldwn, I
win J. v".,\, J. |; Stokes, I ieo. K.
Hul ne, Jack O'Brien Irving S.
"..if, Herbert Mi Ktnney, Carl R,
Sturrup, n. I. Smith, Arthur Mo.
i ren, l ieorge A. Dorsett, Chas, VV.
\n lerson, I. B. Watts, J, I). Scan,
Floy l I Lee, Edward 1 ee. Logan
A. Dorset!, and Berlin M. \..n -.
Misses Lottie Wilson, Ada (i.l).
son. (jladys Taylor, Mary Pinder,
Delphine Taylor, Lillian Webb,
end Eleoflora Knowles; Mesdames
Maud I, Brooker, Ruth A. Hayes,
Marsliall Mead, Prince Baltimore,
Aonita Burns, Theresa Smith and
. I Johnson : Messrs i lennan
I trice, I l,.n v Ad >ms, i ie ild Cupee
M.i.-.!..ill Mead, John |ohnson and
Pi ipce B liliiii. r<
s*
II IN II' "'-I i >I ASSEMBLY.
Monday I vening.
yiii Api il i
I he i I nisi-
j ui.hum I
I V--, ii I lie I |,in. l'|le
Mr. I.i ili >t presented a peti-
tion from certain inhabitants ol
ifn s an I ad n settlement*,
San |n.i\ in- (or ,i y
pounds to i niprove a n
Mi. ii.hi.I. .ii pri m nted a |" iaion
In.,n :li. inhabitants nl T'un
^ ay, I kuinu, prat ins lor ,. giar.t
ox i ii i. or mere nite ian wells
On hi .tion ol I ii. Sweeti g the
i nin,: tee was appoint-
ed t o i tl v oI
proi idina ben '. s [oi Raw son
Square, the K-(.l um Ie
i
Dr. Sweet/ng, \l ssrs, \ u
Wei
Mi. Sands, Ii..... ili......nmiti i
bum a'a> i.f nr | ||,. |
lenci tin Goveinui's Message N'o.
IQ relating lo ill pu i ihe
I .! W II A ill! i: i-nt aiuj \\
handed in a i |> .i Messrs A
I urTd | I "i ..'my do iimi re-
neii ucii <- of i lie 11 "
I-11 > during i se i imuienfi it |m.i liaM ai thep ice
at which ii was i.11. i d. .In ,i mi.
n ..... urry thinks the
pim- i- Km mu !i and
iliml>. '
Mi Sands, in a minorit) lepurt,
thinks tin' prop 11) should be ... -
qured at once iu order to cam out
one ol the pi mm ipal rei nm
i ii >ns i>i tire Customs Comm isti< m
thai the wiiote Revenue and Cus.
turns Department should be under
..... roof, \~ ili- a< ].! siiion would
imp tse no linaiKMml burden on the
Colony he is "I opinion thai tiip
purchase should be made and thyt
the Clown -dmuM l.i-.i-Lcd i ,ic-
c,*Pl i, i5 'i she property,
Mi. iVJuuie, Imro. ihe committee
to wliom was referred the petition
ui the Rev, Geoige Long, headed
ina Report recomin.....ling thai
the amount of duties pnid on ar-
ticles foi S Stephen's Chu ch
should be refunded.
Mi. K. im; til jjolomoi] from the
i mm.Hue, tn Whom VSaS nl,mi, I
certain q lestions ..ml ansui-i-,,
live to rei ei t d the N
pi it on, rranrJed in a iep .n m m
the) ntth sy I. ind the ca.ii-
dition of th< I in merailv hiuh
the !'n-.
the a ility of providing a suf-
r ol with I)...irs
other th.hi bri ement ol
nets wh
i lieu ma i ism and ,
i a rs. also additional sli s an I
litioual clothing for sleeping
| Mil |
(in motion of Mr, Cole the Liqu-
n Lit enses Bill was i ummitted
and read a secoad tiin set
n Imenls being made.
The I louse adj iui ued uutil Tu
da) evening n
CABLEGR IMS.
April i nl. 191
R ime, 91 I in- pope It i>
a relapse and in- 1 uuditi in is 1
ing great anxiety.
1 oid iii, m. tnoth< iign
of destiuction was si u ted by the
mi liatanl suffragettes of London
and us subrbs ag linst tin m nl
I oxea to dav. In widely sepa
disttictc many of the BjUlar boa
wi-.r ri ndered us h sa and much
mail was destroyed,
Waal ingttfn, 9 l-'..r the first
time within the hie A>f any |
now alive, fl presiderii of the Unit-
- to day appeared I
the two houi 1 ul uougi ess, .1
MimI iii joint s,.ss|.in, and, in pe -
mation n| the
stati In ion, and recomm
cd to then cuusiderati m "Su !.
measures as lie shall judge necess-
ary and eap dieot," as req ured '->
the federal constitution.
I hus he revived the pract
borne of the British "Address from
the Throne" established in this
country by the fust president and
abandoned by the third, and as he
s.M.) 111 the opening sentence of Ins
address; verifying for himself "The
impression that the president of
the United Mates is a person and
not a mere di part men t of the
govi rnment."
Londo 11. 'i Sri 1 Win. 'I r< loar,
ex-Mayo 1 ol London, will sail lor
I?


11-
I R 1 B U U I
Big Towel Sale
on Friday, 11th inst.
AT
The Nass.-iu Bargain House.
IUST OPENED.
A Case of 96 daz Pine quality
Bleached Huckaback Towels
Jo be sold at 0DI3 !, would
be cheap at yd
Also
ind .5 y.l Daihask Table Cloths
at only 4s. and 5s, each.
'I able Napkins at }-. dot.
Fine quality P. cases to be sold
at this sale for 00 each.
The above are some special job
lot-, so don't miss this bale
Another job Lot Mens shirts at
js. 6d.
A. F. MOORE.
Lumber & Shingles
JV5T Received per Schooner
Roberts and Russell*" from
at. James City. londe., a full
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
gles :
ij x 10 and 13. ij x 10 and 12
of 20 ft. lengths ;lIiJ upwards
as a specialty.
We have opened up a trade with
the above Port in this Commodity.
Buyers would do well to see us
before purchasing elsewhere.
And me also Slippers of Sisal.
___CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.
&TOLEN'!
j? ROM Schooner A.M.is., F,j,! IV
or Saturday mghi -1
II iwser and Anchor, also part of
another Hawser.
LOST.
T?Ri IM si liooner S. B. Elmwood
x last night, Wed and,
one 10 ft. boatmarked \V.\".
Suitable Reward if found.
tpply tn
.W. B. NORTH,
___________ Maiket Range.
l'OR HIRE!
A six ROOM DWELLING
HOI "si-, with hatb room at
tached and all out door conven-
leni es including a Tank.
East Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prison,
Apply to
JOS LAING
Blue Mill St. South
the United States on April 24 h ac-
eotnpanied by Alderman Sir W11.
H. Dunn, a piospective Lord
Mayor,
Sydney, g. The railway Strike
is becoming general throughout
Australia*, and has assumed serious
proportions
Phe total suspension of rail
traffic over the entire common-
wealth is probible by tomorrow.
London, ci. I.nm'nn's American
seas, hi is proclaimed by some Eng-
lish papers as having begun with
the arrival uf the passengers bum
1 he Meuretanin today, and then- i<
und"iibtedly an increased air of
liuhile at th" West End hotels.
I nndon, q, -Sir Thomas Liptofi
tori,iv seni an unconditional chal-
lenge fm a series d es for the
Amei ica's Cup. \ftei 'he Hi ill
had been sent Sir Thomas said
" I hey will either have lo race or
give me the cup."
ROYAL
Grand Re-opening-
FRIDAY Nig-hti
at 8.15
4 REELS OF NEW FILMS.
The great Mi an Mnimmel
Vaud. Mile.
Prof E. Von R.s.
Classical and < omic S ings,
The Show that gives n high class
Entertainmeot,
Uso a great Feature show Satur-
Admission. is. qd. 6d. 3d,
Id. WISE, FOOLISH.
In housekeeping, as in other things in Hie,
one should look ahead. Do not be induced
to spend a lew pence less
to-day on buying Soap of an
inferior quality which will
ultimately cost shillings, and
even pounds, in ruined House-
hold linen and clothes. This is
not economy. True economy
is to use a pure Soap.
Sunlight Soap
is pure.
L'SK IT, and preserve your
clothes and household linen.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED,
Port Sunlight, England.
IMPERIAL
FRIDAYS SPECIAL
Prof. BODO
will Perform
The HINDOO BOX
MYSTERY
AFTER being Handcuffed with
the Locks Sealed, he is pin.
ced inside 1 f Packing Box winch
is Lo I nd then Bound with
Cj I Rope, lb 1 from the Box,
UvlvFy leaving Handcuffs inside without
disturbing the teals, (ireHlest
Tuck of the day in England and
America.
11 ,L'R REELS NH)I ION
I'll' I I'RLS.
DON'T MISS K) WIGHT.
Shef-
field
,1 line assoi tment of
RAZORS
able Knives
Pocket K 1'
Butcher Knivi
Bread Knives
Can ing Sets in Cs
ami
SCISai IKS.
for
Chas. E Albury
Is.
'I his Show Pl '
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
l
FOR SALE
A INN CORNET in Perfect
ConditionA Splendid In-
strument,
W. A. SWEANY,
\\ JV. would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we no*
\\ have on .ml in extei ek ol HAVAN \ CIGARS We
guarantee our brand to be mad* ol ilur finest I la d sumntre
Wrappers, and Havana Fillets throughout
Thi'se Cigars are manufacture" >n mi premises b) .kijlrd workmen
and Brest pains are t, The -Hire., we have inei with m tli eads uscoi lent I) loexpect
he p ttionagc ol >
I l. SAt:N bI B Cu
l'a> St reel
PLACE YOLK UKi'i.v
QUICK AS WE GET FROM
FACTORV
SINGLE Breast CoIIhi, an.'
Lollaf and Hamrs, Tan 1, olour,
llniseiii I'ony size Web Humes*
1 all at Store and see S oliple lliir-
ness in use.
P. ice delivered in Nassau Freight
and Duly I'.ud 30/
Will need 30 days to del it
CO. I). 1 ; SAU sDERS.
East l'a\ .st.
N issn, N. P.
WHOLESALE .V RETAIL
Imported Pine Sponge Staves
MACHINE MADE.
CURTAIN POLES, PL UN nn l
si aim h, ILL LENGTHS.
I & j ROUND FOR I RIMMING
PL UN |')i( SAWING
Or ALL DESCRIPTION.
10,
CHEAPER I 11 W HAM)
LABOR.
(.. E. M A Y ER
Easl Bay street, Ntar Cotontlla,
ANNA E. RAE.
pRt fPRIF I'RESS Ol
TVie Vogue sndAu BonMnrcha
Th. L.~n W. Storts.
Closing Sale of Scuon, Good,.
High CI .as Uooda at very reduced
prices.
Bcnuiiful Irish Lces tvnd
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exqvils te degi||ns
Geishiv Crepes \iih Laces to
match. Irish Hmid Em-
broidered Robes, ,111.1 Waists 25
per cent off. Irish I.moos.
wimr nnd Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
NOT I C I.
~*Ml> is to inform my I' itrons
1 an l the Pub 1 in t ienei h I
thai I have openi d m) Public
Ml. k Smith Shop; and am now
to do anything in the line ol
Geneial repair 01 new work Horse
Shoeing Specially, All work done
Mec hanically.
P. A. Huvler,
453 May Street. Last (Wharf)
J


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