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I if T 11 £ T R I B U N E Sofia, 16.—Tha Rulgarian gov. eminent has replied to tlie Servian invitation for demobilization uriiing in effect Hut thealliessincerely adopt the Bulgarian arbitration proposal. The British government has ap pealed to King Ferdinand in favour of demobilization. London, 16.—The debate on the Marconi's committee report which the prime minister baa fixed for Wednesday and Thursday in the house of commons, is expected to be exciting. It ie asserted both Sir Rufus Isaacs, the Attorney General, and David Lloyd George, I I met I lor of the Exchequer, h*ve offend to resign, if neces< r) to relieve the govern mei t of embarrassi tent, but thai Premie i \s |uith h refused to coneidei such a i of the matter, holding that il serious enough to call foi resignations the w hole cabinet must resign. London, 16. — Inconsequence rf the retirement of J Urine Isni.iy, Harold A. Sanderson, fust vice president, becomes president of the International Mercantile Marine Company, Panama, i6,—Water wai nutted to tlir (j.itun locks for the fust yesteid.iv. The test was con sidered entirely satisfactory by the engineers, Berlin, 16— I he 251!) Miniver. saiy of Hie accession ol Kinpeioi W'llfam to the imperial throne Was < 1 lebiated to-day throughout the derma n Empire us ,1 general holiday. Cincinnati, Ohio, 1'..—Jl lm.-r men ware killed and twenty five prostrated bv the heal lo day, Washington, 16.—Tha Japanese Ambassador notified Secretary UM r. to.day thai Japan was willing to renew for another period of live years her arbitration trenfy with the United St lies, which ex on August J 1 tli. A CONCERT E NTITLED THE WHOLE l'.\.\h OF PILGRIMS, will I be given in Bethel Baptist Church 1 by the Choirs nl Bethel and Si, Paul's, I-ox .Mill, on Tuesday 14th June 1913. Vdmision—Reserved Seats iv. 11 rral 6d. Ragtime Piano Playing: P OSITIVELY kaughl any person tin 10 10 20 lessons. Success guaranteed. Call orwri'.e foi Free liooklet. \v\1.1. r WEIR, Dilleti fi pi, THE Narsau Bargain House. Have been receiving by last weeks steamer A vrrv hireand varied CMOrtment of Goods for their department Stores A LARGE variety of Ladies and children's trimmed and I untrimmed Hats. A beautiful lot of Fancy Hair Ribbon*, LargeRoses and wreaths Brocaded and plain Velvets, black and coloured, A quantity Furniture in Bureaux &ables, Dining Chairs, Mattrasse Tc. One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a coaster and new. A quantity China and White • China Eai t hi n are. Market I'M I Talcum I 'oVi tier, 1' nan.'!d Wa'e I A Fine Lot I )n ss 1 i its 111 I.111I .inetti s, Muslins, &c 10 yard pieces Sani tar j I impor. Children's p nin colours and fancy Lisle Socks at 6 I, ond od. pair. NONCE. The dwelling formerly occupied by myself for Kent from the 161I1 instant. Apply to A F. M< ORE. June lOth, I KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC LEVERAGES \U AND 5TOI 1. \ delicious Drink brewed from I Inps 11 miu inini< all t he t> 11 i< \,1 lue "i a le and 5|< >ut b it willi. oui ti' • BFi (t, price 6d. bottle, * doe, LIME CHAMPAGNE. Lints ir|, u His 11 .1. SPARKLING VAI.ENTO WINE, 1'iiiis 7].| Per do*. 6s. GINGER W.I&GINGER BEER Pints 6d, Pi 1 iloai M, SPEC I VL PRIX ES UY I HE I \S| s. SOLD \T BLACK'S 222 Ray St. and THE XA.vSAP CANDY KITCIII V. 11. S. BLACK, Ag. in. {£ e d f Cutlery a fine assortment ol: RAZORS I aide Knives Pocket Knives Mutclirr Knives Bread Knives). Carving Sets IH Cases. arid s IS90RS. I..r -ahby C has. E. Albi' W E would iform all who appro iate a Good Smoke that we have on h .ml an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sum Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. rinse Cigars are manufactured on oui premises b< skilled work and great paint are taken to produce an • ilny. The success we have mei wilh in ll %  ntly toe* the pationage of connoiseurs. |. L. SAL'NDI RS & Co. Bai St 1 RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT B L A C K'S 222 Bay-Street and fill NASSAU CANDY Kill III N. H UNTLEY & PAI MF.RS NEW lood I u k Biscuits e and in ha If pound packets at i. ,1 ier lb, Huntie) \ Palmers Petil Reurre, Miii ie and Coronation, in half pound pa< I 1 IS, CRAW FORDS Hi tier Pi ffs in ', ll\ packets at 4d. „ "L'fillit" and Pull Creams at is r lb. „ Con nt Puffs at 1 | lb, UPTON'S COCOA, J ll\ tins is. 2 oz. „ 6(1. TltE SPECIAL PALI. AT THE R.OYAL STORE O UR "Royal" Household I'aand Flour selling at 2d pence |"i lb, I 3 % 1r bag of lbs. "Golden Star Flur 2 Pis for 3i %  I. and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs for 3 |d. Ceuteonial Floui per has 28s. PIL'S Feel in Vineg n at 7 I pei lb. Brown Sugai .i"d <) 1 1 li ly and cliei p, Pure I 1 1 Rum at 1 os, per £a>hi J Wll'S L. SAl'NDERS ft Co. \ ,ssau N. P. Iht ha in \|>nl 1 s'h I'll ',. W \. MAI III P. UNDER I AKI KD ESIRES to • iform ins fi ie and the Public (hat he jusi received a CO liplete outfit facilil ies foi 1 he usiness ol an d< 1 iiker, which 1 ilaces him ii i 11 1 11' I I s t may be entrusted to his rare a n and di sp 11 ii; and resp fully sol Kit, their patron igc inv Prices hist nod prove thai are the vary lowest for fust H w HI k. USE 151* •j^ptCfii''"' ^ ^v CONDfNSff \i 1 *i M ILK w njsp lb 'Ri.lT_EItF.V3f 's : FWSSELLfifC^ Typew ritei Mm LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHE BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FOR PARTICULARS WRIT! BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCNO EIGHTH AID ME. ST. LOUIS. AMBITIONTAr.KH eisty irf thaaa now faaaoua artMas hound In boak form— paatohaard) co%ra--44 pa*aa with an Inaptrtna; monay-maklna; nut %mtlnn on aarh nava Mailed prcnald, SSe. nnaln#ai Publt.lilnj Co. Ilk and Pin* Sta., St 1 .•mi. Mo.



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Nvillivis addii tus (urare in vcrba magistn. Being bound lo swear to the Dogmas of no Master. a VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday June IH. 19H No. 170 0 0) u o GO •l-M < ; i. ON t. H, ui i'i (ii. K. ITOi .sl> I'koPRll IOJ OKKU I 0 |, MAUKKT STKKKT i \. P., RAHAMAS. '. '.. It.-V h... PUBLISHED DAILY. M.inUy, Velm— .1H\ and Friday— •iuglecop) ... |d, Tuesday, l'ii.i-il.i\ and Satuidaj %  iutf le Copt ... I >l vVeeulv ... ... 4j 1 I t .v 4 >. Half Ycirlv ... St. VrailV ... ... I*S PAYARLH l\ AIK'ANCR. Advertising Rate*: ~->x pence |ier line fol fit T in-ill IhieC pence pel line '.i lacond insertion; and one pann) pel i in< Ini subsequent inset lions. Advertisementi undei eiffhl lines 4s. The Lighthouse louder "Carnan steama I lor tin: leewa d Itglithous*** this morning. > 'I he Cricket Match which was In have been played "ii the 1.astern l'arade Oil I'ii'i'V nflin-xm last, between Ih* '' W^i I • 8 1" and th* "t V. F, \y Cricket Club," mid hi I |II l>e |> *ip me>l on account ••( tin rain. wiH < -IUII* 'If <>n Friday afternoon ol this week. DRAYMEN WOULD LIKE TO • KNOW. Ily what authority ihe Police i* nl>le to ill '!>< %  a difiyin.-m w.-.lk his hi 1114in mule whether his dmy i III.KII il MI unloaded ? U (here some mistake or misundjrsiMiiding bt the order of tie I'nmm; 111 .mi '. II iln-re is nut is it not U ill ces11 lid unreasonable foi .1 di iyin. HI winperhaps has I > take a I.'.HI a mile "i more from the City In li.iv.to wall; liis annual Ii 11 k M hen unloaded ? >U|I|MIM' il VM n(ce---a'y IO make -ewi il loads in thea 111 -e of day 11%v out Id he be sjepected lo gel 111 r• 1 ^li %  lliis ) ,, genuine grievance nod while law abiding draymen are wiUiug tu suliiiiit in anything ree. lonnble sui Ii is restriction t<> r 11 %  iug an animal when a 1 ra% is In 'ih'il, 1 r driving at n daneer'ni* s|>' 1 il wl rn u ii".-nleil. we '• el I lint iseteoting in from pursuing our Work as rapidly as possible is unjustified and we hope that such stiingent restrictions will be remi vil. A DRAY OWNER. _•* I he Exhibition Number of The Slrombin" will be published in July, as the copies for the Exhibition will leave Nassau on tht 1st August. All advertisements for this number should be sent in by ih end of this present month. J* VICTIM OK THE HOOKWORM. Jamaica Negro Pronounced the Laziest Mortal on I'wu Feet. The J unaica negro is aumi the gloweM |)ii>|)'isits"ii that the Lord ever put the I reath of life into," remarked Roy F. Round, a foieman ol construction on 'hr Punatn.i lailroad, '"If iliere was a law that he hail to dig his own grave he would have to start at il in his eaiIv manhood "Ten American trampi the kind you 1 eily m nshal runt mil ol town will du nine win W ill ill fuf< i\ ui ih.-r fellows I "o w kite men i an vei \ easily <• 11 ry a cedar Ii lull u lufii yuU u.int tll JaniHir.ins tu do 1 lie j.ili a squad ol five or six will go aftei ihe ne. A 730pound rail that seven or eitflit American workman cojld lift easily would neeessitale a gwarm of Jamaicans so thick that fan -ouldn'i see the rail. Those negroeg are widely dif. Iri.ni from Hie Anni icati nrand. I hi y h iven't ihe lUgheal idea "I music Mini can't even dance. It de. In-his their earl j arth II doesn'i make any diffeiei.ee wli.il the thing is nr whether it ii of any use. A cougle of fellowg landed at Gatun one day and set n|i ,111 outfit. All ill tin world ihe) had was a wooden I that tuisi (1 around in a grotesque fashion and winch lue owners said could tell fortunes I gt.ess it C"si probably .^^ r $ \. I he Jamaicans -warn .1 In In il lent liUefin s all d iv long 'II Ii iV their fortunes told by the woodenheaded eer. Next day 1 saw the two fakirs ca rrying a sack full o coin, and it was about all they routd do to get it over to the depot, "i In pay .lav at Empire, which is the larnesi pay station on the il, the Ime 'extends from the pay cars Lack as fn as the eye can reach Sometimes it takes Ihe whole day totettlewith the labourei. Awaiting the paid-ofl men is a market the like of which was neve' seen in all the world, fheie are Hindus with bright shawls, fancy handkerchiefs and dazzling ribbons; hoodoo doctors wi h Strange charms that waid iff evil and bring wealth untold ; old hags nfferingto tell fortunes; ha'f-cl.nl triil. with b-iskets of pineapples oranges and bananas; boy* in ihe same costume, or perhapless ol it. with chewing gum and candy ; photographers re^dv to take pictures] writers tendering their ser vice t • in.lite letters, and so m he. yond computal on sometimes 500 people are there trying t > earn a penny from the laborer bv selling him something he doesn'l w ml, but thinks he de*,"— New Yo r k CABLEGRAMS June 18th 1013. Morp'th, 1 ngland, 16.—A large delegati-Ht of sutfr igettdi and thou sands of spectators witnessed the Interment to-day of the body of Emily Davison, Miss Davis. m was killed I V the kind's liorsi on Derby Diy and her funeral at London yestirdav was made the oc 'asion of a rr at de it rat ion by the sufftagettes. Budapest, if'. —The omanssuffra-.'e congreas w i '" ma'ly up* ed in the academy of nusic this aflei noon. When China is enroll d tomorrow 'he standard of th %  alliance will have been Mined m five continents and more than twenty hre n it ions. Mexico City, i( .-The rebe s hive demanded the SUrrmdm I • ih I'IA n "I San L ii Pol *i, tl 1 1 r\ '1110 on UH c du 11 with Tarn 1 i o a id th e ml hi. s. H


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Nvillivis addii tus (urare in vcrba magistn.
Being bound lo swear to the Dogmas of no Master.
a
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday June IH. 19H
No. 170
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; i.on t. h, ui i'i (ii.
K. ITOi .sl> I'koPRll IOJ
OKKU I 0 |, MAUKKT STKKKT
i \. P., Rahamas.
'. '.. It.-V h...
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M.inUy, Velm.1h\ and Friday
iuglecop) ... |d,
Tuesday, l'ii.i-il.i\ and Satuidaj
iutf le Copt ... I >l
vVeeulv ... ... 4j Month!) ......n. vi
,> 1 I t .v ........4>.
Half Ycirlv ... St.
VrailV ... ... I*S
PAYARLH l\ AIK'ANCR.
Advertising Rate*: ~->x pence |ier line
fol fit T in-ill.....! IhieC pence pel line
'.i lacond insertion; and one pann) pel
i in< Ini subsequent inset lions.
Advertisementi undei eiffhl lines 4s.
The Lighthouse louder "Car-
nan....." steama I lor tin: leewa d
Itglithous*** this morning.
>
'I he Cricket Match which was
In have been played "ii the 1.astern
l'arade Oil I'ii'i'V nflin-xm last,
between Ih* '' W^i I 8 1" and th*
"t V. F, \y Cricket Club," mid
hi I |ii l>e |> *ip me>l on account (
tin rain. wiH <-iuii* 'If <>n Friday
afternoon ol this week.
DRAYMEN WOULD LIKE TO
KNOW.
Ily what authority ihe Police i*
nl>le to ill '!>< a difiyin.-m w.-.lk his
hi 1114- in mule whether his dmy i
Iii.kIi il mi unloaded ?
U (here some mistake or mis-
undjrsiMiiding bt the order of tie
I'nmm; 111 .mi '.
II iln-re is nut is it not U ill ces-
11 lid unreasonable foi .1 di iy-
in.hi win- perhaps has I > take a
I.'.hI a mile "i more from the City
In li.iv.- to wall; liis annual Ii 11 k
m hen unloaded ?
>U|i|mim' il VM n(ce---a'y IO
make -ewi il loads in thea 111 -e of
day 11%v out Id he be sjepected lo
gel 111 r 1 ^li '
lliis ) ,, genuine grievance nod
while law abiding draymen are
wiUiug tu suliiiiit in anything ree.
lonnble sui Ii is restriction t<> r 11 -
iug an animal when a 1 ra% is
In 'ih'il, 1 r driving at n daneer'ni*
s|>' 1 il wl rn u ii".-nleil. we ' el I lint
iseteoting in from pursuing our
Work as rapidly as possible is un-
justified and we hope that such
stiingent restrictions will be re-
mi vil.
A DRAY OWNER.
_*
I he Exhibition Number of The
Slrombin" will be published in
July, as the copies for the Exhibi-
tion will leave Nassau on tht 1st
August.
All advertisements for this
number should be sent in by ih
end of this present month.
J*
VICTIM OK THE HOOKWORM.
Jamaica Negro Pronounced the
Laziest Mortal on I'wu Feet.
" The J unaica negro is aumi the
gloweM |)ii>|)'isits"ii that the Lord
ever put the I reath of life into,"
remarked Roy F. Round, a foie-
man ol construction on 'hr Puna-
tn.i lailroad, '"If iliere was a law
that he hail to dig his own grave
he would have to start at il in his
eaiIv manhood
"Ten American trampi the kind
you 1 eily m nshal runt mil ol town
. will du nine win W ill ill fuf<
i\ ui ih.-r fellows I "o w kite
men i an vei \ easily < 11 ry a cedar
Ii lull u lufii yuU u.int tll JaniHi-
r.ins tu do 1 lie j.ili a squad ol five
or six will go aftei ihe ne. A 730-
pound rail that seven or eitflit
American workman cojld lift
easily would neeessitale a gwarm
of Jamaicans so thick that fan
-ouldn'i see the rail. .
" Those negroeg are widely dif.
Iri.ni from Hie Anni icati nrand.
I hi y h iven't ihe lUgheal idea "I
music Mini can't even dance. It de.
In-his their earl j hammer on a couple of tin pane
as it would to iie.it the finest or
chsiia ui the land. They are gulli
ble beyond comprehension. You
could sell em anything on the face
of the > arth II doesn'i make any
diffeiei.ee wli.il the thing is nr
whether it ii of any use. A cougle
of fellowg landed at Gatun one
day and set n|i ,111 outfit. All ill
tin world ihe) had was a wooden
I that tuisi (1 around in a
grotesque fashion and winch lue
owners said could tell fortunes I
gt.ess it C"si probably .^^ r $ \.
I he Jamaicans -warn .1 In In il
lent liUe- fin s all d iv long 'II Ii iV
their fortunes told by the wooden-
headed eer. Next day 1 saw the
two fakirs ca rrying a sack full o
coin, and it was about all they
routd do to get it over to the de-
pot,
"i In pay .lav at Empire, which
is the larnesi pay station on the
il, the Ime 'extends from the
pay cars Lack as fn as the eye
can reach Sometimes it takes Ihe
whole day totettlewith the labour-
ei. Awaiting the paid-ofl men is
a market the like of which was
neve' seen in all the world, fheie
are Hindus with bright shawls,
fancy handkerchiefs and dazzling
ribbons; hoodoo doctors wi h
Strange charms that waid iff evil
and bring wealth untold ; old hags
nfferingto tell fortunes; ha'f-cl.nl
triil. with b-iskets of pineapples
oranges and bananas; boy* in ihe
same costume, or perhap- less ol
it. with chewing gum and candy ;
photographers re^dv to take pic-
tures] writers tendering their ser
vice t in.lite letters, and so m he.
yond computal on sometimes 500
people are there trying t > earn a
penny from the laborer bv selling
him something he doesn'l w ml,
but thinks he de*," New York
CABLEGRAMS
June 18th 1013.
Morp'th, 1 ngland, 16.A large
delegati-Ht of sutfr igettdi and thou
sands of spectators witnessed the
Interment to-day of the body of
Emily Davison,
Miss Davis.m was killed I V the
kind's liorsi on Derby Diy and her
funeral at London yestirdav was
made the oc 'asion of a rr at de
it rat ion by the sufftagettes.
Budapest, if'.The omanssuf-
fra-.'e congreas w i '" ma'ly up*
ed in the academy of nusic this
aflei noon.
When China is enroll d tomor-
row 'he standard of th alliance
will have been Mined m five con-
tinents and more than twenty hre
n it ions.
Mexico City, i( .- -The rebe s
hive demanded the SUrrmdm I
ih I'ia n "I San L ii Pol *i, tl 1
1 r\ '1110 on uh c du 11 with Tarn
1 i o a id th e ml hi. s.
_
H


I
if
T 11 T R I B U N E
Sofia, 16.Tha Rulgarian gov.
eminent has replied to tlie Servian
invitation for demobilization urii-
ing in effect Hut thealliessincere-
ly adopt the Bulgarian arbitration
proposal.
The British government has ap
pealed to King Ferdinand in
favour of demobilization.

London, 16.The debate on the
Marconi's committee report which
the prime minister baa fixed for
Wednesday and Thursday in the
house of commons, is expected to
be exciting.
It ie asserted both Sir Rufus
Isaacs, the Attorney General, and
David Lloyd George, I I met I lor
of the Exchequer, h*ve offend to
resign, if neces< r) to relieve the
govern mei t of embarrassi tent, but
thai Premie i \s |uith h refused
to coneidei such a i of the
matter, holding that il serious
enough to call foi resignations the
w hole cabinet must resign.
London, 16. Inconsequence rf
the retirement of J Urine Isni.iy,
Harold A. Sanderson, fust vice
president, becomes president of the
International Mercantile Marine
Company,
Panama, i6,Water wai
nutted to tlir (j.itun locks for the
fust yesteid.iv. The test was con
sidered entirely satisfactory by the
engineers,
Berlin, 16 I he 251!) Miniver.
saiy of Hie accession ol Kinpeioi
W'llfam to the imperial throne
Was < 1 lebiated to-day throughout
the derma n Empire us ,1 general
holiday.
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1'..Jl lm.-r
men ware killed and twenty five
prostrated bv the heal lo day,
Washington, 16.Tha Japanese
Ambassador notified Secretary Um
r. to.day thai Japan was willing
to renew for another period of live
years her arbitration trenfy with
the United St lies, which ex
on August j 1 tli.
A CONCERT
ENTITLED THE WHOLE
l'.\.\h OF PILGRIMS, will I
be given in Bethel Baptist Church 1
by the Choirs nl Bethel and Si,
Paul's, I-ox .Mill, on Tuesday 14th
June 1913.
VdmisionReserved Seats iv.
11 rral 6d.
Ragtime Piano
. Playing:
POSITIVELY kaughl any per-
son tin 10 10 20 lessons. Suc-
cess guaranteed. Call orwri'.e foi
Free liooklet.
\v\1.1. r WEIR,
Dilleti fi pi,
THE
Narsau Bargain House.
Have been receiving by last weeks
steamer
A vrrv hire- and varied CMOrtment
of Goods for their department Stores
A LARGE variety of Ladies
and children's trimmed and I
untrimmed Hats.
A beautiful lot of Fancy Hair
Ribbon*, LargeRoses and wreaths
Brocaded and plain Velvets, black
and coloured,
A quantity Furniture in Bureaux
&ables, Dining Chairs, Mattrasse
Tc.
One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a
coaster and new.
A quantity China and White
China Eai t hi n are.
Market I'm I Talcum
I 'oVi tier, 1' nan.'!- d Wa'e I
A Fine Lot I )n ss 1 i its 111 I.111-
I .inetti s, Muslins, &c
10 yard pieces Sani tar j I impor.
Children's p nin colours and fancy
Lisle Socks at 6 I, ond od. pair.
NONCE.
The dwelling formerly occupied
by myself for Kent from the 161I1
instant.
Apply to
A F. M< ORE.
June lOth, I .
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
LEVERAGES
\U AND 5TOI 1.
\ delicious Drink brewed from
I Inps 11 miu inini< all t he t> 11 i<
\,1 lue "i a le and 5|< >ut b it willi.
oui ti' BFi (t, price 6d.
bottle, * doe,
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Lints ir|, u His 11 .1.
SPARKLING VAI.ENTO WINE,
1'iiiis 7].| Per do*. 6s.
GINGER W.I- &GINGER BEER
Pints 6d, Pi 1 iloai m,
SPEC I VL PRIX ES UY I HE
I \S| s.
SOLD \T BLACK'S
222 Ray St. and
THE XA.vSAP CANDY
KITCIII V.
11. S. BLACK, Ag. in.
{edf- Cutlery
a fine assortment ol:
RAZORS
I aide Knives
Pocket Knives
Mutclirr Knives
Bread Knives).
Carving Sets ih Cases.
arid
s IS90RS.
I..r -ah- by
C has. E. Albi'
WE would iform all who appro iate a Good Smoke that we
have on h .ml an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sum
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
rinse Cigars are manufactured on oui premises b< skilled work
and great paint are taken to produce an ilny.
The success we have mei wilh in ll ntly toe*
the pationage of connoiseurs.
|. L. SAL'NDI RS & Co.
Bai St 1
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT B L A C K'S
222 Bay-Street
and fill NASSAU CANDY
Kill III N.
HUNTLEY & PAI MF.RS
NEW lood I u k Biscuits
e and in ha If pound packets
at i. ,1 ier lb,
Huntie) \ Palmers Petil Reurre,
Miii ie and Coronation, in half
pound pa< I 1 IS,
CRAW FORDS Hi tier Pi ffs in ',
ll\ packets at 4d.
. "L'fillit" and Pull Creams
at is r lb.
Con nt Puffs at 1 | lb,
UPTON'S COCOA,
J ll\ tins is.
2 oz. 6(1.
TltE SPECIAL PALI. AT
THE R.OYAL STORE
OUR "Royal" Household
I'aand Flour selling at 2d
pence |"i lb, .....I 3 ?. 1- r bag of
lbs.
"Golden Star Flur 2 Pis for 3i I.
and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
for 3|d.
Ceuteonial Floui per has 28s.
Pil's Feel in Vineg n at 7 I pei lb.
Brown Sugai . rice while and clean, best in town
sellinu at 41I. per quart.
All our ( iioiei ies ,ui' fiesll and
C>i"d <) 1 1 li ly and cliei p,
Pure I 1 1 Rum at 1 os, per
a>hi
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