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*i n i M. lime is us,-,] mi the now hall now in coins %  ol n n • On .Mon 6th Marys birtk ;• : • • 11 >y Bpp tin ; by the I I >'• the com r stone of th li III the '•>" %  odge room an 1 n arc I from theni e t i the : %  owned bj I Ige the pro ession irge (,f Bro. Elijah I acted as Marsha site Ihrrn took seats tform erecti I llP ll.MIII |||| y ol i iy na the %  a hall ef the G. U. O of( >. F then p % %  I ii ni",l. Chen gat her in to l • I'own Eli >'f the Bi I. II. • | G, Eli ill, Rup rt C. Wo I, i mplain, Henry Wood, Treasu Hcsekinh R iker, N. I'. I homns II. Johnson, V, I',. v imuel Lash, E S. rt, M. of C. Robert Farringi .Attend int ^ illiam T. J idant. Ephraim Johnson, R. S. to N.G. Thomas I I.Jo >. t<> x.t ; les Farringtoi R.5. to Y.(i. i miah'Munroe,' I. S. to V. 1 1 After the close < i the i Marshal! refoimed ihj pn "ion and marche I to their hall headed by the Gregoij Town At the li ,11 \,^^f? : uric add \.—W a ,"' ; 7 "" il( IHezekiah Rol er, L. C ai the > l se i f the Lod addressed the Juvei ih Botrti h ol our <>rth< i Da}, is n marks wi n I'he site i'ii ted with I' irner „ stone hat i K n,.. Bril nd strip,' i; ru tlijali Lew is conduct' he ,: th e %  • i Ige J.II.S. I upi, %  %  -i:st Sn tin, the mi ill< ,l .,,i in %  •f State th rm on • to learn l|ie puip >-,• ol the govern' '5 I ' I I • •! Ill I II'. i. | R oi .ii < ixford and its < completi Iy destniyed bj fire to-day Two women were seen leaving I spnt in-t in fore the fir out. I.D. Ion, 4, chant Four %  %  me have appli ; f>>r .inn i \ > to qualil %  md t he law :. has refused \ claims on the TELLS ABOUT 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WORTH StO TO ANY MAN %  L. wont N l I %  from uny man df *••, > Wndrful >•• Cok It ti ow any in .n ..m p.iv.,1. i> .r< I • i r, N,T--J I'' Di THE RON CURE OF MEN'S AILMENTS la] W "it hnv niff'i you ahl fcnok will Ira • .vl.,tle • II oU-Mm I itt tk manhood Hill 4 MRIGHT HOW for y*ur cud* la HI.III, 1 run DR. JOS. LISTER & CO. %  ***-*— flag. Chittgi, lilt.. U S. ti THE SPECIAL C IHK Ri,' lOl O UR "Royal" Ho U lit and I-1, UI selling A SIX ROOM i ... i' 1 I.,,,, on, | When Sn Ji ' : nd"l showed ii .. knichto.hid I. tip-n I m <• ,| Flow : : : il ' P Feet in Vim which brought the play to H ,I.,I d Brown Sui u I still fa London, 4, Ch meelloi l.l >\, '.in tour lm?e fallen thu ugh. i ti ip. and II CAB1 I GRAMS Jui '. Washington, i. Japan* ;e rejomdes to the United Stai '" '' ' for. : i ; '< Iilien land law %  & f n 'I \ VmlnssHdoi I | a to tary fi | | a y, 11"' no'e wai very long md i'l ^nature i ntin lj ai juin [ ivnna, |. I twing to reports %  thai the ii. u Cuba,, .,,1. I as ,1. j < %  '< %  < ms of England I ,„d L permin) • Cuba foi d \ the Vt tina, j. I 'I 'Ip, i led tonight to >v. RECEIVING IMS WEEK AT BL V Cl 222 Baj and THE N \SSAl' Kl It III X. "pl.EY. & f \ I \ \:\\ • Lurk Bh .'t : i lb. 11 ui,i Iy & Palmers I M.ilie and i n m.iii n, in half pound pai ki I CR VWFORl) S Butti • Puffs lb, | "L'fillit' at t. I p %  in lb. UPTON'S CO \. I lb, tii w Elite HI : in sellii ,n. All i : qn-iltty and Pun I R II. JAMFS L. SAL'NDEI N issau X. P. Bal \j nl i y ii : | FOR bAI/'. A lllX'O SM U K, in lit %  n l II — f>] A | 1.1.IXC, .,1 Blue Hill St. South ) "FUS SELL'S CONDUNStl T 1A l4* W HAVANA CKJARS. %  i i form a i i brand to be made of tlifin ^umati lily. Vi met with in tl Ijie pal j. L SAUNDI RS Street w AX EN'I EI< \\ ilENT II L I •• [iven in St, |ohn'i B iptisl I J n e io, i'i i J. Ailini si,in I Why import Butter from New York? It rusts more th; r ||>. We can supply the retail Grccer Better Butter at 44cts. per lb. ight guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSF. I V x or 1 c 1:. IMS in to inform my Pati and the Public in Cn neral that I li ; I'll, Inin; and am now to do apythinx in the line ol 1 or new w 011< 11 •111 v. All worl illy. p A. Huyler, 4J3 Hay Strc '. I..,:.' (\\ li.irl, 'Ol X D. —On the Nortl rn Mud, an Open Sponj .. lit 1 j feel keel, AI, ai 1 el, painted v hite outside, blue Iran om. I he 1 %  ill pi 1 ill.:: If Il II THE 1 1 >MMIR§K)NI R, Xu''ill i 1 >wn, \ 11 li'i>s\ wniiams Shoes Are BETTER



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fbttttt Nsilllua feddlctus Jurnre in verbs m>atrl. Ing l/ou.,-1 la sui itmt\s of oo Master. VOL. \. iu. N. P.. E >v June ft. !')!> No. IftO-i H. UL'I'I CH, %  • P., I AHA I j I) A11 M lil. %  v ... J|.| I i-\Y \ :-, u>VA! • line for firsl %  line \ %  • %  inter "Vigilancia" ay f< r 1 umpico M( Mid. • r i i from '1.1 m \i w Y .* flie \l lil iiis .-1 r '• 11 J <... i tii Mises M.IM F Hal!, Ruth SWM line, lil-.Jys \l. Kelly, Dorn iliy Jiiln i I, 1 Rokor, and Knttifi i Young : VJi Inm'i s Mnr. garei II. Jellicoe, and Blanche Vrml Mr-. Samuel 1 O'l j .. f | ,.,, i ,. on : Mi v'l." Rachel M.iK Ii. II zabt 111 Nimo, Al I I afleill ; Mr. and Mis. I ii "i %  /' %  Willey; Messrs < leo, Ii. \'i! rley, John Gs(,-i r E Inl nm m, Fred I Bethel, Stanley S. Ell ot, A. I Rahmine, II. \Y. s. Gamer, and Charles M. Peters; Master George A. Addcilcv F.psom, .|ili June.—Todays nice for the Derby was the moil i< mal on r< 11 ml. It mad mi 111. ip' which M woman w as hoi iile trying lo stop KM. whi %  f at full i Coi in r; by ' >um< the I wourafter lie |had fi fust, and by the award of the race i A. a too to j King < ' | ai.d a ties witn nts. > i Iran 1 Baha M.-.'-'! i To tin Fditor of | Nassau \. P. : i Mi. F.ditoi: n( M iv w hich was | tlieG nor to hi D I.KI of i 1 • I'll" pub. r the in.m. > II i ol %  ; %  \ I I a ind lii I ii'"-n tin y were | al reof tli< ir Tea i lirr and man h d from there ti > ine School ided I \ the Cade! i and II nied bj ibe Blind. ( > n amv il there the children were seated in i li* school room which was t-iM'fullv dressed by Mr. \. I.. Hepburn, ,\. Ii, Cooper and others whit' the Corps tot rntd out. In ime the nrri<*al of our who Ii i! I no t liar ill coming, Al hi i r, urn nd of the'i ( apta in him n hi \ftei inlion of the Corps by him, lie I'd to his seat in ili" |li,dl on was di I \ for t IMS| eaki rs, Mr.< then arose and intl the i missioner to the a as Chairman of the meeting A n pleasing address was delivi nd by him after which followed Songs, Dialogues and Recitations by the children. Addi lel ivei i d alo by M W B. '' I r< BI In i i nd A. I., I lepl urn I be s l. ml Room I ith parents ol the children and i i who listened very attentively to b) the na.ned n. '1 lie 1 : cviving a little r om Mr. ibe for their fi I n %  '. to the yard sod ( HI then spoi i %  • Inch w %  i In lows Isborne an '. R, I n Pinder an I (I. Roll too yds. Norman J": n Butli r ; 3 legged R ci Mirian 'A il mith| Hester Bartlett ; j sell ; Backw 'I he i but the tune did not allow. I he gentlemen who subscribed to tlie laces are I be Comn issi mi i M tars \v |:. Cooper, A. L. Hepburn Asa Smith. [as. Bartlett, Howard Bartlett, Diricci Bartlett,Master Kenqetl id (ieo. I le| l rn M %  is due to our Commissioner, foi the 'hat Inis • nple of tins island y with joy in hi %  %  | | plain about. Mi ch due als lo Mr, Ci %  for After rel I for the evening all happy, undei the Flag that ni \11 -''ii 'I I hanking you foi %  AUGUSTUS L. HEPBI RN < ire "i y Tow n Eleu, May .ii-t, ; Gregory Town 1 odgi No ( .i cms to ha' a rou pirit wliii h ol late existi d BIDI ng • f n ally quite a i interest has been di moi strati d in i he 1 ,-i reiu'ii Ii ii '> of some ol the mem> bers who have st.od from Ihe 1 o foi a long lime, r attend at the Lodge's meetings, the ch ful manner in \\ hich tbe brethren perform the work (| f collecting simi" and sand, and ihe building kilns, go to show the re. vival ol < )dd \ %  llowshiij in this community. The stone sand and I ___ % %  ^


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fbttttt
Nsilllua feddlctus Jurnre in verbs m>atrl.
Ing l/ou.,-1 la sui itmt\s of oo Master.
VOL. \.
iu. N. P.. E >v June ft. !')!>
No. IftO-i
H. UL'I'I CH,
P., I AHA
I j I) A11
M
lil.

v ... j|.|
.....
I
i-\Y \ :-, u>VA!
line
for firsl
'"
line
\ .
inter "Vigilancia"
ay f< r 1 umpico
M( Mid.
r i i "
from '1.1 m
\i w Y
.*
flie \l lil
iiis .-1r' 11j<...
i tii
Mises M.im F Hal!, Ruth
Swm line, lil-.Jys \l. Kelly, Dorn
iliy Jiiln i I,1. Rokor, and
Knttifi i Young : VJi Inm'i s Mnr.
garei II. Jellicoe, and Blanche
Vrml Mr-. Samuel
1 O'l V ; Dr. .111(1 M'-. F H Mallei :
I ;' td. Mil hnel Mnnm
F. I'. Eve, F. I. Morton, nnrl Gar-
"'I K'lin u .1. I'. Young
Misse* Edith P ftrml rial rj F.I.
len M Gibson, Florena Dei i trilt
Mm iel S i el ing, Gi icie N'mio
i >j .. f | ,.,, i ,. on : Mi v'l."
Rachel M.iK Ii. II zabt 111 Nimo,
' Al I I afleill ; Mr. and
Mis. i ii "i/' Willey; Messrs < leo,
Ii. \'i! rley, John Gs(,-ir
E. Inl nm m, Fred I Bethel, Stan-
ley S. Ell ot, A. I Rahmine, II.
\Y. s. Gamer, and Charles M. Pe-
ters; Master George A. Addcilcv
F.psom, .|ili June.Todays
nice for the Derby was the moil
i< mal on r< 11 ml. It
mad
mi 111.ip'
which m woman w as hoi
iile trying lo stop
Km.
whi f at full
i Coi in r;
by >um<
the I wour-
after lie |had fi fust,
and by the award of the race
i A.
, a too to j
King < ' |
ai.d a !
ties witn
nts.
>
i Iran 1 Baha
M.-.'-'! i
To tin Fditor of |
Nassau \. P.
: i Mi. F.ditoi:
! n( M iv w hich was |
tlieG nor to hi
D i.kI of i
1 I'll" pub.
r the in.m-
. > iii ol ;
\ I I a
ind lii I
ii'"-n tin y were | al re-
of tli< ir Teai lirr and
man h d from there ti> ine School
ided I \ the Cade! i
and ii nied bj ibe Blind. (>n
amv il there the children were
seated in i li* school room which
was t-iM'fullv dressed by Mr. \.
I.. Hepburn, ,\. Ii, Cooper and
others whit' the Corps tot rntd out.
In ime the nrri<*al of our
who Ii i! I no t liar ill
coming, Al hi
i r, urn nd of the'i ('apta in
him n hi \ftei in-
lion of the Corps by him, lie
I'd to his seat in ili" |li,dl on
was di
I \ for tIm- S| eaki rs, Mr.<
then arose and intl the
i missioner to the a as
Chairman of the meeting A n
pleasing address was delivi nd by
him after which followed Songs,
Dialogues and Recitations by the
children. Addi ........ lel ivei i d
alo by M W B. ''
I r< bi In i i nd A. I., I lepl urn I be
s l. ml Room I ith
parents ol the children and i i
who listened very attentively to
b) the
na.ned n. '1 lie
1 : '
cviving a little r om Mr.
ibe for their fi I
n
'. to the yard sod
( hi then spoii- Inch w i
In lows
Isborne
an '. R, I n Pin-
der an I (I. Roll too yds.
Norman J": n Butli r;
3 legged R ci Mirian 'A il
mith| Hester Bartlett ; j
sell ; Backw
'I he i but the
tune did not allow. I he gentlemen
who subscribed to tlie laces are
I be Comn issi mi i M tars \v |:.
Cooper, A. L. Hepburn Asa Smith.
[as. Bartlett, Howard Bartlett,
Diricci Bartlett,Master Kenqetl
id (ieo. I le| l rn M
is due to our Commissioner,
foi the 'hat In- is
nple of tins island
y with joy in hi
. . | |
plain about. Mi ch
due als lo Mr, Ci
for
. After rel
I for
the evening all
happy, undei the Flag that
ni \11 -''i- i 'I
I hanking you foi

AUGUSTUS L. HEPBI RN
< ire "i y Tow n Eleu,
May .ii-t, ;
Gregory Town 1 odgi No
(,.i cms to ha'
a rou pirit
wliii h ol late existi d bidi ng
' f n ally quite a i
interest has been di moi strati d in
i he 1 '
,-i reiu'ii Ii ii '> of some ol the mem>
bers who have st.od from Ihe 1 o
foi a long lime, r attend
at the Lodge's meetings, the ch
ful manner in \\ hich tbe brethren
perform the work (|f collecting
simi" and sand, and ihe building
kilns, go to show the re.
vival ol < )dd \ llowshiij in this
community. The stone sand and
I
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^


-----*-
i n i m.
lime is us,-,] mi the now hall now
in coins ol n n .
On .Mon 6th
Marys birtk ; :
11 >y Bpp tin ; by the I
I >' the com r stone of th
li III the '>"!
' odge room an 1 n arc I from
theni e t i the : owned bj
I Ige the pro ession
irge (,f Bro. Elijah I
acted as Marsha
site Ihrrn took seats
tform erecti
I llP ll.MIII ||||
y ol i iy na the
a hall ef the G. U. O of( >. F ,
then p I ii ni",l. Chen
gat her in
to l

I'own Eli
! >'f the
Bi I. II. | G,
Eli ill,
Rup rt C. Wo I, i mplain,
Henry Wood, Treasu
Hcsekinh R iker, N. I'.
I homns II. Johnson, V, I',.
v imuel Lash, E S.
rt, M. of C.
Robert Farringi .Attend int
^ illiam T. J idant.
Ephraim Johnson, R. S. to N.G.
Thomas I I.Jo >. t<> x.t;.
les Farringtoi R.5. to Y.(i.
i miah'Munroe,' I. S. to V. 11.
After the close Marshal! refoimed ihj pn
"ion and marche I to their
hall headed by the Gregoij Town
At the li ,11 \,^^f? : uric
add \.W
a,"'; 7 "" il('
. IHezekiah Rol er, L. C ai
the > l se i f the Lod
addressed the Juvei ih Botrti h ol
our <>rth< i
Da}, is n marks wi n
I'he site i'ii '
ted with I' irner
stone hat i K n,.. Bril
nd strip,' i;ru
tlijali Lew is conduct'
he ,: the
i Ige
J.II.S.
I upi, -i:st Sn tin, the mi
ill< ,l .,,i in
f State th rm on
to learn l|ie puip >-, ol the govern-
' '5 I ' I I ! Ill
I II'.
i. | R oi
.ii < ixford and its <
completi Iy destniyed bj fire to-day
Two women were seen leaving I
spnt in-t in fore the fir out.
I.D., Ion, 4, .
'
chant
Four '' me have appli ; f>>r
.in-
n i \ >
to qualil md t he
law :. has refused \
claims on the
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WORTH StO TO ANY MAN

, L. wont
N l
I
from uny man df *, >
Wndrful > Cok It ti
ow any in .n ..m p.iv.,1. i> .r<
I i
r, N,t--j I''
Di
THE
RON
CURE
OF
MEN'S AILMENTS
la] W
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, you a- hl fcnok will Ira .vl.,tle
.
II oU-Mm I itttk,
manhood Hill 4 m- RIGHT HOW for y*ur
cud* la Hi.iii, ,-----1 run
DR. JOS. LISTER & CO. ***-*
flag.
Chittgi, lilt.. U S. ti
THE SPECIAL C .
IHK Ri,' lOl

OUR "Royal" HoU
lit and I-1, ui selling

A SIX ROOM
i ... i'1.
I.,,,, on, | When Sn Ji
! :
' nd"l
showed ii ..
knichto.hid I. tip-n I m < ,| Flow
:': :'" il" '.....' P Feet in Vim
which brought the play to h ,i.,i d Brown Sui u I
still fa
London, 4,
Ch meelloi l.l >\,
'.in tour lm?e fallen thu ugh.
i
ti ip.

and

II
CAB1 I GRAMS
Jui '.
Washington, i. Japan* ;e re-
jomdes to the United Stai
'" '' ' for.
:" i ;'< I- ilien land law - &f.
n 'I \ VmlnssHdoi I |a to
tary fi | |ay,
11"' no'e wai very long md i'l
^nature i ntin lj ai juin
[ ivnna, |. I twing to reports '
thai the ii. u Cuba,, .,,1.
I as ,1.
j' <'<< ms of England I ,d
Lpermin) Cuba foi d
\ the
Vt tina, j. I
'.....'I 'Ip, i led tonight to
>v.
RECEIVING IMS WEEK
AT BL V Cl
222 Baj '
and THE N \SSAl'
Kl It III X.
"pl.EY. & f \ I
\ \:\\ Lurk Bh
.'t : i lb.
11ui,i I- y & Palmers I
M.ilie and i n m.iii n, in half
pound pai ki I
CR VWFORl) S Butti Puffs
lb, |
"L'fillit'
at t. I p
in lb.
UPTON'S CO \.
I lb, tii
w Elite hi : in
sellii ,n.
All i
: qn-iltty and
Pun I R
ii.
JAMFS L. SAL'NDEI
N issau X. P.
Bal
\j nl i y ii : |
FOR bAI/'.
AlllX'O SM U K, in .
lit ' n l
II f>]
A |
! 1.1.IXC,
.,1
Blue Hill St. South
)

"FUS SELL'S
CONDUNStl

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W

HAVANA CKJARS.

i i form a
i i
brand to be made of tli- fin ^umati
lily.
Vi met with in tl
Ijie pal
j. L SAUNDI RS
Street
'
w
AX EN'I EI< \\ ilENT
II L I [iven in St, |ohn'i
B iptisl I
J n e io, i'i i J.
Ailini si,in I
Why import Butter
from New York?
It rusts more th; r ||>.
We can supply the retail
Grccer Better Butter
at 44cts. per lb. ight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSF.
I
V
x or 1 c 1:.
IMS in to inform my Pati
and the Public in Cn neral
that I li ; I'll,In-
- in; and am now
to do apythinx in the line ol
1 or new w 011< 11
111 v. All worl
illy.
p A. Huyler,
4J3 Hay Strc '. I..,:.' (\\ li.irl,
'Ol X D. On the Nortl rn
Mud, an Open Sponj
..'lit 1 j feel keel, AI,ai 1
el, painted v hite outside, blue
Iran om. I he 1 ill pi
1 ill.:: If Il II
THE 1 1 >MMIRK)NI R,
Xu''ill i 1 >wn, \ 11 li'i>s\
wniiams Shoes
Are BETTER


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