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MIL TKIB U N smith, Sarah M. Seelev, Kathm'oe Htzpa trick, Mary Martin, Sara Holmsden, Mary Rae, Rats Mac Nicol, Id M„ ore and Rosalie Ligbtbourn; Mesdames E L Lew's Win. W. Bertrand, K, C. WellsDurrant, Benuta Valdez. Maiy Wilson, Emily F. Smith, Joseph Mornsey and 2 infants, Sarah I Seelev, and M. A. Christie, Mr and Mrs. J. H. Lightbourn, Mr and Mrs. Ceo. G. Keating, Mr. and M.K. \l. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lee, Mr. ami Mrs. J. \. R„. therford, Mr. and Mrs. R. M Hutchison and infant, Mr. and Mrs F. A. Williams, Dr. and Mrs. George Wilkint; Messrs. George Hearn, Labron Moore, Archibald Wright, Geo. II. Wilfcim, Frederjck Mader, Oswald Levit, Thomas Mono, Samuel |. Lotmore, !• C Lightbourn and Ronal Russell Revds R. K. Bennett and w' Lo*odaa;Dr.Chas.S.Dallej Misses MaryG. Ingraham.Ophelia Seymour, Ataminta Parrington v .v Bam, Lucinda Fmith and Georgia Darling; Mcsdames Ben} r,ce ,Sj?".Aileen Weir and infant, Inez Williams and Anna Phillips; Messrs Chappie Williams, .1 \ fountain, William Humes, Ed R Fountain, John W. Phi I fins, Samuel Armbrister, Randolph Chambe.sand J. P. Smith. ,,,) 1 them for the last twelve months j there is going to b trouble. When I private persons have servants who do not please them thev are discharged in a shost time, and I cannot see why these public (Servants should be kept on, if their services do not Satisfy the public. %  It is hard to tell who is in charge "f the Posi Office here, for I know at many as six who have h id it, and I want tosaj if the govern* ment dues not see theii waycleir to place this depart 1 nl control of the Com. 1 ssii m r, we had bettei have DO p *t office .it all. l Yours, ; II. I. E Lumber & %  Shingles %  1. 3 4Kemp's Bay, Andros Tl r, A|,Ml ,6th '9'3The Fditorol the Tribune •Dear Sir: Have you ever beard of the like? '"-day our mail Si hooner San Salvador came m with our mail bag which wa< taken to the Post Office(?j but tooui great surprise %  nodiiMppoiotment, there was no one to receive it the Postm.it. ess Having gone off to Nassau, left no one in he* p| aC t, Consequently 'he bag ,s being taken back unopened. Now s.r our letters Is the delivery of letters fo n „ se jn cities and ,*wns of any more importance to them than the delivery of ours it to us' Again, is this olhce earned along with any rule at regulation such as other u fl ir so then who i a responsible foi such Infringement. J hanking you for space I am N [Nri \i:i i AM. Harbour Island, February i>> Dear Mr, Editor, lee letter in you. paper of tl'-MiMgned".\| ,ovei-o. [..st,.-,." and I warn to say ihai all thai is '" W letter i| ru ,, ;im thc wilier has not m i I rfa ahont how the Post Office here .s conduct,,I R |,d 1 Btture Vl .,, Mr EdltOI that if somi thing ,. not done to make .-, change in the office; that it be removed from the ptibbr boarding house sitting """"••""I if they still intend to do things athey have been doing J VST Received pr Schooner ••Roberts and Russell*" from St. James City. Florid*., a lull assortment of Lumber and Shin. 01M 1 1 i \ 10 ami ->, 1 j \ H imd 1 _• "I -\> ft. lengths and upu ards as a speci ilty, \\'e have opened up a tqade with the .above port in ilus comnn Buyers would do well 10 see un before purchasing elsewhefi And are a 1-'1 Suppers,>i -. CHAS. J KEL LV & BRO. BON MARCHE CLOSING OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. AI r 11 12, i For bale. IMPERIAL • Friday's Special Program AT 8:15 p.m. "THE Wl rCH OF THE RANCH" "THIANIMATED WEEKLY" With its interesting subjei is. "THh POWER OF LOVE" l>y the famous "HEX" "LONESOME MISS WIGGS" Very Comic. VAI DkVM.u. LITTLE VJOLAT KNOWLES In penal Uing pei foi malice '!. it. THE SPECIAL CALL AT I HE ROYAL MORE ECOND HAND BRICKd % I.Ml'I Y SUli \U I', Ms Li l.s. J. S. J< MINSON Co. April 2.-13. W \. MM INK'. UNDI R IAKER. D l SIRF S to inform his Iff. and the PublicHbi h e 1 jus] receivi d a complete outfit ol ' lilities fo. the business ol a n u .i. dertaker, which places him in %  position to carry nut Funerals thai 1 may be entrusted to liis care ith system and despatch ; and ret 1 fully solicits their patronage let my Prio s first und prove thai the) are the very lowest Foi fust clas work. O UR •'Royal" H0US1 Biand Iloui selling ..t id %  pei lb. and |os. pei bag of I96 lbs. "< iolden Slat r 1 ,'. and "Laurel 111 in I" Flour" lor .;' triennial Flour per bag 1 f in VinegMi at 71 | r Brown Su 11 at i{ p*. lb. On rice while and cl -liinHi .j I. pt-r q 1 All (lU. ', %  „ , ,|, ;|,„| RIX d q.| lllly ;,,„( Pun Jan. i;c Rum ..I n , ; %  .-, ga n, JAMKS I SAUS'DI : \ • .. N 1*-.HU A. r. I I.I li.i III s # April 15th 19 LOST. \ l liRU \'i ,,i tin i 'Hi Is oi \,|,| m ._., „ I \„ u%e \ Ladies (ioid |i Wati h with l,,.,.,,,,._ 1,', •.,, • .11 • %  11, FOR II! PLACE VOUR ORDER QUICK \s WE GET FROM FACTORY. CINGLI liie.s, Collar, end v J ollai H >id Hames, Ian ( ulnur, lb.is,. „. |„„j Harness. 1 -ill .it Store and see Sample Harness in 11 ''• %  • %  red m\ is in 1 I, i_ ..e.d f Cutlery • 1 fine .,-> %  ,11 ment ol : RAZl IRS I a bit! Klli\ e-. i'i i-..-: Km 1 .. 1 in 1 Knives Bread Knives • an ins Sets in t ases. and SCIS>0 -. for s,i|, |, v Chas. E Albury Wll.l IAMS' SHOES \i;i BE ITER. a A MX ROOM DWELLING 11( i SE ^\ ith bath loom attached ami ail out door convetis including a Tank, l. is' Stn el, South, upp .site Nassau Prison, Apply to JOS. LAING Blue Hill St. South Williams Shoes Are BETTER ANNA E. RAE. PKOPRIEI RESS OF The Vogue andAu Bon Marche ""* %  *" Stores. H *-' os r " *••• '!on. Good,. MIK Class Ooods at very reduced it „ P ric ". %  . vinlvM irj.h L^ce, ^ nd Insertion*. A few very aeUct IriBh, Lace Hale, exquleiie deglHne OelsKa. Crepes with LAI-RS to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes ftnd Waists 25 per cent off. Irish Linens VVhite'e.nd Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. n



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Nvilllvis nddictus jvirnrc in verbs nitvuisiri. Belnij bound to wcc\r lo (he Dotfmivs of no Muster. VOL. X. No.s-.nu. N. P.. Ba.hn.mns. Friday. April 25. I91V No. 150 1HU PtOPBItTUB OKKIli • |S ,, \| VUKKT SfBBBT N P., 1.AFMMA-. u Dm PUBLISHED l>\m M MI la; \r laetda) a ., tingle copy ... i,l tingle ropj ... |,| this ••[ I v • ... i .'• V.-..,|v fl p IY \!'.l IN Mi\ \' A'h ertisii I-' iti ,., |j M ( II in.i iii.iiiii.il : three pence i ei line '"' neon I in art line foi lubtequenl is. 1 he House r>f \ m n wai flooded with petitions lasl ruglii I'"' |" I 'Ins U. nut. %  fivi ^f ihem n rd to b i : m i | %  ; by Ur, ( C. %  %  !!_:. the %  rni h tlie I il rn District, Mr, Weerli, i he r foe the City j >l< I.I. Rnwen i lie senior n her for the Souihei n I listrii i • Mr. W. P. \ ; %  v Hie ,,,,„ %  me II ii i t.i i IID.,,,-i. %  i< IMS Dr, J. .1. u! ner, did not move the d < acting ,il ihe Health hill all the petitions, w Inch were i II erously signed, prayed the Houi • i pass ihe I le Illh I now before it, ..n I we ha n every reason t,> IM lieva itiuI rve will lieai II i in '', %  'if this obnoxious Mill. I lie Leper Bill was read n third time .-iml passed. Mr. C, E. llbury thf jinnH • member fur Mr, ui Island, moved m t he s triking <>ut ol the clause, which provided for the conl Uniting of relatives of Lepers which were maintained ;it the Lepei Vsylum. He ui ged that t li>' I-.. .| -.11 m nttd Segreg it i .ii ui Lepei -. was for the | good %  • nd khoul I : i al the Public Ixpense. I pon t lie vote being taken iii a was •• tie, whereup >n the *pe il. i gave I is "i astvng rote" against the Itrikin'g nut of the i lattse. Mi. Urice in moving the 2nd read 1 r t; of tiiM ol for the Hospital, read, <>r was retaliation to Mr. Mai. colm f • > 1 his reply when he asked him if ii" intende I topi ceed with the Vote, but the 1 dissallowed the reading of 11 %  manu; t w hereupon Mr. Brice withdrew Ins nolice <>f ino' ion, ind re peated hii notice for Ihe next ing, The Crown Warehouse nnd Abutment, has been recommei I y the Government for purpose by this Colonv.Sffor th purchase of having th'* Treasurj and Customs II %  irtmenl undei the one roof, and 1 '"t named was £4000, hut the I louse in its 1 on the mi to £ %  ; %  ". and .1 Me ha ... , ir ly, w ho, as as repoi led to ill. I In ... 1-1 %  • the I to arc %  h the nl ject he will thr accep%  f ihe %  (TTP 1. I his 1 • %  of £ toco, %  %  llslle it will .he %  it time Crnwi : ihii %  %  11 rty for r.nlj | THE PR( >Pi *?F !• VMI RICAN INCOME NX nl The W 1 Included in Ihe Democ itic tariff m 1 ill introduced In ConCress i" r"av 1at income I.-I.X sec1 i"ti hill' 1 1111> every nf ihe I "iti'il states who rn nin..',' 1 lia 11 .* |.,., o to pay n t \ -if one percent on his earnings in excess of the exemption. Tins would not requite Ihe man who earns onlv $4,000 to pay a tax, hut it would demand thai the individual who earned $4,100, for example, pay into the Government I ury an annual tax of one per on $ too, or I • 1 hill also would provi le 1 %  1 ites ^f taxation for pert with larger in 1 Ming .1 tax nf one per cent additional on earnings in excess of $20,001 two per rent additional on earnings in of $50,000 and tiuee pet cent additional on eanuii ces of $ 100,000. I ndcr the sur-tax provisions the man who earns only?ijo.ooo would pay to the government each year nt the rate of one per cent on $ 16,000 (4,000 exempt or $160. If he earns $30,000 he would pay one 1 rcenl on $16,000 still and two |HI cent on $10,000, thus making hisannual tax $36 1. The i rson with a $50,000 income i ly one pei cent on %  lu.ooo and two percent on $30,000 1 total tax ol $760. The man with an in' on < %  <>f $100,000 would l>>> redjuired to pay one per cent on $16,000, two per cent mi and three per cent on 850,000 which would he | igmg his total income tax to $^,260. The individual with a net im ome of a mill urn would pay this f on his first ft 100. id in addition he would pay foui 1 ei >,ooo, w Inch would brin,; ins total tax to I I he bill also would re-en icl the iration tax law im pei cenl tax 0 earnings ni itions, -t'>ck comp ours insurance com| and ihe like, but it would exe.npt partnerships. Tins is a flat tax, there being no graduated scale the earnings increase. 'I ho few changes from the present corpora ii .n tax act, con :erning < I fl; the tune of making returns and the time for collection. 1 he bill also includes under its provisions the property and earnings iii this Country ol persons who live ahr M I. J* The Police Band Concert last night included an 1 xeellenl pro> gramme which was well renders I, I intwo favourite numbers w< %  the Valse, "Sweet Illusions" and Dream Pictures, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" the latter obtaining a pei sisient encore, which was not ars. corded, 1 \ tncia" 1 his afternoon M ith the following passengers (01 N-\\ V'.ik: Misses Maud Chi istie, K ith een Lampen, Aisle I ee, Lilian i fraud, Alice Fi Iton, M. F, Col%  I ih inn. Ella M. vVells-Durraot, Anna I". Ma'colm, Alberta Mai. colm, Edith A. Wbyte, Emily !•'. A


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Nvilllvis nddictus jvirnrc in verbs nitvuisiri.
Belnij bound to wcc\r lo (he Dotfmivs of no Muster.
VOL. X.
No.s-.nu. N. P.. Ba.hn.mns. Friday. April 25. I91V
No. 150
1HU PtOPBItTUB
OKKIli |S ,, \| VUKKT SfBBBT
N P., 1.AFMMA-.
, u Dm
PUBLISHED l>\m .
M mi la; \r laetda) a .,
tingle copy ... i,l
tingle ropj ... |,|
this
' [ I v ...
i .' V.-..,|v
fl p -
IY \!'.l IN Mi\ \'
A'h ertisii I-' iti ,., |jM
( ii in.i iii.iiiii.il : three pence i ei line
'"' neon I in art
line foi lubtequenl
is.
1 he House r>f \ m n wai
flooded with petitions lasl ruglii
I'"' |" I 'Ins U. nut.
fivi ^f ihem n
rd to b i : m i |
; by Ur, ( C.
!!_:. the rni h
tlie I il rn District, Mr,
Weerli, i he r foe the
City j >l< I.I. Rnwen i lie senior
n her for the Souihei n I listrii i
Mr. W. P. \ ; !, v Hie ,,,,'
me ii ii i t.i i iiD.,- ,,-i.
i< IMS
Dr, J. .1. u! ner, did not move the
" d < acting ,il ihe Health hill
all the petitions, w Inch were
i ii erously signed, prayed the
Houi i pass ihe I le Illh I
now before it, ..n I we ha n every
reason t,> Im lieva itiuI rve will
lieai ii i in '', 'if this obnoxious
Mill.
I lie Leper Bill was read n third
time .-iml passed. Mr. C, E. llbury
thf jinnH member fur Mr, ui
Island, moved m the striking <>ut
ol the clause, which provided for
the conl Uniting of relatives of
Lepers which were maintained ;it
the Lepei Vsylum. He ui ged that
t li>' I-.. .| -.11 m nttd Segreg it i .ii ui
Lepei -. was for the | good
nd khoul I : i al the Public I- x-
pense. I pon tlie vote being taken
iii a was tie, whereup >n the
*pe il. i gave I is "i astvng rote"
against the Itrikin'g nut of the
i lattse.
Mi. Urice in moving the 2nd
read 1 r t; of tii<- V>M ol
for the Hospital, read, <>r was
retaliation to Mr. Mai.
colm f > 1 his reply when he asked
him if ii" intende I topi ceed with
the Vote, but the 1 dissal-
lowed the reading of 11 manu-
; t w hereupon Mr. Brice with-
drew Ins nolice <>f ino' ion, ind re
peated hii notice for Ihe next
ing,
The Crown Warehouse nnd
Abutment, has been recommei
I y the Government for purpose by
this Colonv.Sffor th purchase of
having th'* Treasurj and Customs
II irtmenl undei the one roof,
and 1'"- t named was 4000,
hut the I louse in its 1 on
' the
mi to ; ". and .1 Me
ha ... ,ir_
ly, w ho, as as repoi led to
ill. I In ... 1-1
the I '
to arc ' h the nl ject he will
! thr accep-
f ihe (Ttp 1.
I his 1 of toco,
llsll-
e it will .he
it time
Crnwi : ihii
' 11 rty for r.nlj |
THE PR( >Pi *?F ! vmi RICAN
INCOME NX
nl The
W 1
Included in Ihe Democ itic tariff
m 1 ill introduced In Con-
Cress i" r"av 1- at income i.-i.x sec-
1 i"ti hill' 1 1111> every
nf ihe I "iti'il states who
rn n- in..',' 1 lia 11 .* |.,., o to pay n
t \ -if one percent on his earnings
in excess of the exemption.
Tins would not requite Ihe man
who earns onlv $4,000 to pay a
tax, hut it would demand thai the
individual who earned $4,100, for
example, pay into the Government
I ury an annual tax of one per
' on $ too, or I
1 hill also would provi le
1 1 ites ^f taxation for pert
with larger in 1 Ming .1
tax nf one per cent additional on
earnings in excess of $20,001 two
per rent additional on earnings in
of $50,000 and tiuee pet
cent additional on eanuii
ces of $ 100,000.
I ndcr the sur-tax provisions the
man who earns only?ijo.ooo would
pay to the government each year
nt the rate of one per cent on
$ 16,000 (4,000 exempt or $160.
If he earns $30,000 he would pay
one 1 rcenl on $16,000 still and
two |hi cent on $10,000, thus
making hisannual tax $36 1. The
i rson with a $50,000 income
! i ly one pei cent on * lu.ooo
and two percent on $30,000 1 to-
tal tax ol $760. The man with
an in' on < <>f $100,000 would l>>>
redjuired to pay one per cent on
$16,000, two per cent mi
and three per cent on 850,000
which would he | igmg
his total income tax to $^,260.
The individual with a net im ome
of a mill urn would pay this f
on his first ft 100. id in
addition he would pay foui 1 ei
' >,ooo, w Inch would
brin,; ins total tax to I ,
I he bill also would re-en icl the
iration tax law im
pei cenl tax 0
earnings ni itions, -t'>ck
comp ours insurance com|
and ihe like, but it would exe.npt
partnerships. Tins is a flat tax,
there being no graduated scale
the earnings increase. 'I ho few
changes from the present corpora
ii .n tax act, con :erning < I fl;
the tune of making returns and
the time for collection. 1 he bill
also includes under its provisions
the property and earnings iii this
Country ol persons who live ahr m I.
J*
The Police Band Concert last
night included an 1 xeellenl pro>
gramme which was well renders I,
I in- two favourite numbers w<
the Valse, "Sweet Illusions" and
Dream Pictures, "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" the latter obtaining a pei
sisient encore, which was not ars.
corded,
' 1 \ tncia"
1 his afternoon m ith
the following passengers (01 N-\\
V'.ik:
Misses Maud Chi istie, K ith een
Lampen, Aisle I ee, Lilian i
fraud, Alice Fi Iton, M. F, Col-
I ih inn. Ella M. vVells-Durraot,
Anna I". Ma'colm, Alberta Mai.
colm, Edith A. Wbyte, Emily !'.
A


MIL TKIB U N
smith, Sarah M. Seelev, Kathm'oe
Htzpa trick, Mary Martin, Sara
Holmsden, Mary Rae, Rats Mac
Nicol, Id More and Rosalie
Ligbtbourn; Mesdames E L Lew-
's Win. W. Bertrand, K, C. Wells-
Durrant, Benuta Valdez. Maiy
Wilson, Emily F. Smith, Joseph
Mornsey and 2 infants, Sarah I
Seelev, and M. A. Christie, Mr
and Mrs. J. H. Lightbourn, Mr
and Mrs. Ceo. G. Keating, Mr. and
M.K. \l. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Lee, Mr. ami Mrs. J. \. R.
therford, Mr. and Mrs. R. M
Hutchison and infant, Mr. and Mrs
F. A. Williams, Dr. and Mrs.
George Wilkint; Messrs. George
Hearn, Labron Moore, Archibald
Wright, Geo. II. Wilfcim, Freder-
jck Mader, Oswald Levit, Thomas
Mono, Samuel |. Lotmore, ! C
Lightbourn and Ronal Russell
Revds R. K. Bennett and w'
Lo*odaa;Dr.Chas.S.Dallej
Misses MaryG. Ingraham.Ophe-
lia Seymour, Ataminta Parrington
v.v Bam, Lucinda Fmith and
Georgia Darling; Mcsdames Ben-
}r,ce,Sj?".Aileen Weir and infant,
Inez Williams and Anna Phillips;
Messrs Chappie Williams, .1 \
fountain, William Humes, Ed R
Fountain, John W. Phi I fins, Sam-
uel Armbrister, Randolph Cham-
be.sand J. P. Smith. ,,,)
1 them for the last twelve months
j there is going to b trouble. When
I private persons have servants who
do not please them thev are dis-
charged in a shost time, and I
cannot see why these public
(Servants should be kept on, if their
! services do not Satisfy the public.
It is hard to tell who is in charge
"f the Posi Office here, for I know
at many as six who have h id it,
and I want tosaj if the govern*
ment dues not see theii waycleir
to place this depart 1 nl
control of the Com. 1 ssii m r, we
, had bettei have do p *t office .it
all.

l Yours,
; II. I. E
Lumber & Shingles
1.
3
4-
Kemp's Bay, Andros
Tl r- A|,Ml ,6th '9'3-
The Fditorol the Tribune
Dear Sir:
Have you ever beard of the like?
'"-day our mail Si hooner San
Salvador came m with our mail
bag which wa< taken to the Post
Office(?j but tooui great surprise
no- diiMppoiotment, there was no
one to receive it the Postm.it.ess
Having gone off to Nassau, left no
one in he* p|aCt, Consequently
'he bag ,s being taken back un-
opened. Now s.r our letters Is
the delivery of letters fo ,nse jn
cities and ,*wns of any more im-
portance to them than the delivery
of ours it to us' Again, is this
olhce earned along with any rule
at regulation such as other ufl
ir so then who ia responsible foi
such Infringement.
J hanking you for space
I am
N [Nri \i:i i am.
Harbour Island,
February i>>
Dear Mr, Editor,
lee letter in you. paper of
tl'-MiMgned".\| ,ovei-o. [..st,.-,."
and I warn to say ihai all thai is
'" W letter i| ,ru,, ;im, thc
wilier has not mi I rfa ahont
how the Post Office here .s con-
duct,,I R|,d 1 Btture Vl.,, Mr
EdltOI that if somi thing ,. not
done to make .-, change in the
office; that it be removed from the
ptibbr boarding house sitting
""""""I if they still intend to
do things a- they have been doing
JVST Received pr Schooner
Roberts and Russell*" from
St. James City. Florid*., a lull
assortment of Lumber and Shin.
01m 1
1 i \ 10 ami ->, 1 j \ H imd 1 _
"I -\> ft. lengths and upu ards
as a speci ilty,
\\'e have opened up a tqade with
the .above port in ilus comnn
Buyers would do well 10 see un
before purchasing elsewhefi .
And are a 1-'1 Suppers- ,>i -. -
CHAS. J KELLV & BRO.
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
AI r 11 12, i ,
For bale.
IMPERIAL
Friday's Special
Program
AT 8:15 p.m.
"THE Wl rCH OF THE RANCH"
"THI- ANIMATED WEEKLY" With its interesting
subjei is.
"THh POWER OF LOVE" l>y the famous "HEX"
"LONESOME MISS WIGGS" Very Comic.
VAI DkVM.u.
LITTLE VJOLAT KNOWLES
In penal Uing pei foi malice
'!. it.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
I HE ROYAL MORE
ECOND HAND BRICKd
? I.Ml'I Y SUli \U I', Ms Li l.s.
J. S. J< MINSON Co.
April 2.-13.
W \. MM INK'.
UNDI R IAKER.
Dl SIRF S to inform his Iff.
and the PublicHbi he
1 jus] receivi d a complete outfit ol
' lilities fo. the business ol an u.i.
dertaker, which places him in
position to carry nut Funerals thai
1 may be entrusted to liis care ith
system and despatch ; and ret 1
fully solicits their patronage let
my Prio s first und prove thai the)
are the very lowest Foi fust clas
work.
OUR 'Royal" H0US1
Biand I- loui selling ..t id
pei lb. and |os. pei bag of
I96 lbs.
"< iolden Slat r 1 ,'. .
and "Laurel 111 in I" Flour"
lor .;'
triennial Flour per bag
1 f in VinegMi at 71 | r
Brown Su 11 at i{ p*. lb. On
rice while and cl
-liin- Hi .j I. pt-r q 1
All (lU. ',.,, ,|, ;|,|
RIX d q.| lllly ;,,( .
Pun Jan. i;c Rum ..I n , ;.-,
ga n,
JAMKS I SAUS'DI : \ ..
N 1*-.HU A. r.
I I.I li.i III s#
April 15th 19 .
LOST.
\l liRU \'i ,,i tin
' i 'Hi Is oi \,|,|m._., I \u%e
\ Ladies (ioid |i ,
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match. Irish Hand Em-
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VVhite'e.nd Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
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