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T I! Ii T R.I B l N TT—:?; %  .--W a t..— •t Ashland, Ohio, homes for the %  ''-' %  'I and their young people are organised in Christian Eod-avoi ^•'f*" 8 I'heii latest returns inincite 186 miuisters, J14 churches %  nd 1.1,4members. I lie German Seventh Dav Biptists patronize schools 'of the Seventh Da, Bapt sis. w i,h whom tey are m affiliation. The* have 8 mimslers, i 4 churchy and 2<;o members. 1lie four I'odies repoit a tot,, I of members, with 3,40.. min. isiers and tail 11 1 g T ^ u ol s (To l,e continued) . 5 xhlbi on Number of "The r nmbus "'" be published in July, it9i the opies for the Kxhibi'o„ WIM eavo NBSS „ U on h August. All advertisements for this number should be sent in by the end of this present month. A I OR SALE. Ml UK BOAT for sale 17 f. t't I;.,1 apply to .1. \ N'-c BRIDE. Bay Street I Rag-time Piano PlayingI J)OSI IIVELY taughl an ton in 10 to jo lessns. Su< cess guaranteed. Call m write for I ice Booklet. W'AI/I. P. WEIR. Dilletl Ftn rt. Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 WITH A PINE LINB m I. DRESS GOODS, PRIM I -, I >RILL, GENTS SHIRTS, UNDER WAISTS Call Early and See New StocK • KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE AND STOI l. A ilclic ious I>; ink in an 1! from I lops containing .ill the ionic value "I ale and Stout b it ilhout the after effei is, pi 1 bottle. s s dot LIME CHAMPAGNI PinM 7' I. < Kiartti lod. SPARKLING VAI.I MOW INE. Pints 7' l iv, d GINV.EK VLE AGIN'tilR IH.I.K' Pints fid. I'.r do/ 5-. SPEt l\l. PRICES BY THE CASES. SOLD \T BLACK'S 222 Ray St. an.I THE NASSAU CANDY Kl IVIII.N. II. 9k BLACK, Agent. -*•'—. HI m m %  m m Mental and Physical Fatigue ^ When brain or body is Weary tho digestive powers Bro ver-akf-nr-d and distast ordinary food is often exporit-ncod. L'mlor such cireumstancPB the AlltMiinirys' Dint is specially valuable. It ll pleasant to take, easily digested and assin and speedily restorative Thus it helps the system to recover tone and vigour. The •Allenburys' DIF.T i* prepared from pure rlcb milk and whole wheat—the two vital food elements—combined ia partially pre-digeslfd form. n m Made in a minute—Add bcilirg water only. TO RF. OBTAI!i:f> rl!0 ALL CIIF.MI IP1 AND STORES. $ ALLEN 6' HANBURY3 LTD. ^ m HMXL LONDON. ENGLAND. wwwwwmwwmm&wM A food for Adults and quite divinet from the 'Allcnburyi' Foods for Infants. ,11. 1 1 well-known VV \. MAI UNDER lAKi-.U D RIJS to i"f> triti his fi nn I the Public ihui he has just received a c %  le outfit <-f facilities lot ihe business ol an un di r taker, M hich plres him m a I ns 'i 10 i-111 \ out Flint rnls thai may l>e entrusted to Ins care whit system in' Mieei, wli icli is now undei 1 1 meiil of I \M! s \. |\-\\s CONTR \( 11 'Is AND JOINER llo nade. Coffins of e\ 1 1 y 1 1 iptinn. We are pn you exi ellent win l< Bet 1 nf rt ei 1 n %  ir turn 1 %  see us. \\ e antes in s itisfj yon and confident tli.it weransuil voc, June .'|. 191 C0^i TUSSEIX' S CO.NOEN5 BP M I LK !' ') i !: %  IM IY tL BA!lP ,> p fPAKiD BY |f Aw at Una Vnd.ful Fc •••S. Ii Ml. In |k i Itrong, >lntul.< woida how li nun nn prlv.toiy en Mmutf • horn., or .urh * %  tllond Pin(l;.l..r,l-.l or A..|u.r. .11. | Vital W.l.n.. Li of Pttw-r. Nrr..u l^i. ity. InnWretK Oriani.or I'.ntaai.nu Ilia.-aa'. th A'tr-rir. ,lilof halt Uvir Klf„„.h. Liv.r7KiJ.,.jar.llilad.l-rTro U IJ.* No mallrt hnwj lon„ you h... auirrr.o; how ol.l or .lul.l.in; your ca. • how ofu-n you l.ava failoH to Bnd wiiaf or now Jaa anWaW;* '•• 'I iSnSmS . •"•• •••jn aa • ra.atat.aa wiva you now h"l-* '< n<-. |.-.-' .n hf.-. It .1 1 hur* 1". %  • %  %  od, nound loiri' nn.l a.lvir.. jil.t tba Oonil" !" u ^"" inew and (,.1'ow. If yon wan] roof ald-tlma haaHh. atr.afh r..nhaod r..lort. ..,.! BIOMT MOW for your ...|.vof '"'••• i VRCC imtnaid In plain, wali'd IIVTHHIO. Oulda to n r .,Htt DR. JOS. LISTER & Cl. H7!' 1 %  IHin... U I. a. N 0 T I C F. T l l|-> is 10 ml-.nn my Pitrotis \l/JJ"w*ould "form all nrjio appreciate a Good Smoke that we n'ltv ;tni| tbf I'nhl '<• in (irneial \\ |, ; V( ,,,, i, I1( | ; „ .xti-nsi v.>t. nl; of 11 \ VAN \ i IC, A K'S. \\> 1l1.1t I hflve |>' %  !•-• 1 my Public ifuafantee our brand4n be made ol ihe finest Havana and Sumntr/ Dlach Smiili Sh,); and am now Wrappers, and Havana Fillers thnmgbout. to do nnythin* in the line ol | h, .• Clears era manufactured on our premises bv Geneiii' reniiir or new work lhre and cre&Lpnins arc taken to proihice qn article of attpei done I lie success we li.iv met with in the past leads iisitinfidently torxi'.Tt 11npi tion.ii;e of connoiseurs. P. A. IMuvler, J. L. SAUNDBRS *jTt\ 4U Day Strett. Kast (JWliarl S|,,,,,rj -ii.iiallv. All Win \lo Imnicallv. iirk i>; Ti.n Strr,



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TT 1 Nullius addicttrs |urare in vcrba magistri. Heine, bound lo swear lo the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday Juno 28. 191} No. IM i Io\ i ii. mri t ii, IR .MI I'RO rmi i nfc CO Q) O 39 CO CO OKI'Ki ,•: M M.VIJKI T STRRKT iu N. I'., I %  U PUBLISHED U\m '•I %  '•'.. '. rwtkj BUI Pri lJ tini;lr i "i ) ... ... j i, r>i-> I.IV r.ni i, .i iv nogle cnpt ... !>l Veeklv ... ,| : Monthly ^ 'J.I Quartet lv <•,. HalfYearlv iu. Teativ .* ... nI'XVAIU.IIN ADVANCE. Advertising Rate*: >ix |ience |>fi Imp f. .i in -.i i i-i ition ; three pence pei line f ..i i•< i ; .i I.I ertion; and one pennj pei line f.ir lubst |uenl inei Advt iT'ii nU miller eiubt lines ^s. RELIGIOUS BODIES IN I HE IM I Mi fiTAThS Wll \ I l HEY ARK. WHA r ITM.Y DO, AND WHAT IIIIV NUMBEH IiV II K. CAUB 'LI., I L.D (Continu BAPTIST S The Pre* M iptims, \rniiuian In dnc(iini-, .IM' evidently incline l tn return in the body wIn'M-iilir>y %  p ,i iti i >' % %  -I. Tliej Ii i\1,245 ministers, 1,234' '" • %  *IKI 1 communicants. 'I lie Freewill Baptists, n similar %  vi ml Si it-""i th" South, (Iron ,' %  • Mori It Cam na, some knnnn as Original Freewill Bap> li*ls ; 11. t represented in tinGen. ernl Conference l Freewill fnnw kn< wii :iI'" %  (!(•) Baptists of the] N'mtli liny liiivin llw iib-jjii ,11 seminary Ml Ayilen, N. (.*.. and support n Fnreici mission in India. Niimlier -if ministers, according t<> the 'Ttf-n"f 19/16.600, with 613 climrliei'lid ,|'i..iH,, (-. I'l'iinii' cants. Tlie Seventh Day body, an known because u olist rv s th.s.'v T n 111 il -y of the 'v • 1 l< ;.s the "vil Ii ith, ii not increasing. It h is 8.1 PI 1: iiiiMiiuiiC.WtS, i|S uiinisteis runt 83 Iniu lies l*lit* General Six Principle Bifp. tiati is H ndy dating From 1653, and holding to llie principles of ien %  fa %  'Ii, i>Mi*igm, laying* on of liaod*, resurrection o| the dead and e ern il judgment. I here arc Iwn .is oCISttOM, the Rhode Island and the I enntylvania, Fvfin ***wfflFTtrr? i?>; cant*, 7 j 1 I In I Baptists is %  • Iv-dy of Arm in in n Baptists, it in M'saouri, Ki lit 11.1.v .in I Ind with lions, 5501 and ; |,6 u 11 h winch to establish a mission m koine foreign conn 11 y, Tlie ()ld I wo-So d-in-the-Spiiit Predi st in.11 i.-ni Baptists, H I"lv .1I1 in .I l umi.i'i| ve us 11 ill, I'IIIIAH. -il lo • he Soul II are 111 si 1 in I'enne see, Arkansas ami TCCIIlucky, 11 ..\ate inti nn ly I -ilvin. isltc, and hold that every limn HI in in}.' hai .1 good seed and so evil .1 wii hi II him. I hfl I is ii'il Baptism are dwindling in numbers, lite census ol 19,06 creiliis iiiem i'h 33 mini-teis, |8churches ind 1 8jj r iii.iiiiiiic.nii-i. I liry have n missions ,nill no denomin ilioi ;il • irliviti" s. The Separate Baptist* iii small I 11I', in. n|ii,->til \' CaB Hi' 1 II", rd %  lism, the I in I s ~iii'p1 .nil ( 1 in... Tin re are 1 n aisle 1 *, and .s.i"' 0 comtnuni cants, I he United It ip(ita, Il n 't of .1 unii in f.'i inetl in 1 he South • >f Sitpuraie and Resul-n Baptists, lormeih numerous, were 'ng irgel .1 %  bed by the Regulai Bap'its, The) nre niisl irous in Kentui ky, Number ol ministers, n:.•• r hug t" llie t enKIM of 1 |Of), 260, with Ii) irlmii hes %  mil 13,698 conimunioanls. The K.iptiais Lliurch of CiVist, n S'.iilh'iii luiily nf Irs-, sireiiuous views th.in tinold I v\ o.S'-el-niI be Spirit Pn'de-i in.-ii ini Bnptista, is Mroiigesi in 1'enriessee, Thev II ive 99 tin n 1st IMS. 93 ihihciii". and (1,4 if* communicants. I he Church 01 I i • I and Saints of Christ ; n colored IKI ly recently nr^oniited, They o eive Jewish fi-.i-i .li "sahb ith, and haptise believers hy immi >Bion. I here ;ni' 75 111 in ill 1 is, |^ churches and 1,833 communic-inta, foliinl chiefly in l'enn*ylvanin, New Jersey, V rginia an I Massechusetts. THE DUNKNRD BRETHREN 'I'h Brei Itresi i 1 this group have no distinguishing iit!e, and are th n Fi ire pnpu 'i \• 1 own .'is I tankards, Ihinkers, 01 lun ei-, from the German tunktH, lo dip. They r 1 in.to the Uni'ed States fro n (i'-i ii.iny and forme I I it fust in l'i nnslj vania in 1 733. I ev nre diligent readers if the Bible and have striven to shape tli-1 r lives by its teachings, often taking the meanit got texts literally Nonconformity to the world w is for many \ ears their mo t promjuent characteristic. Fifty or sixty yeais 1 >o mi mliei s must nl b.i vi' paintin -•I" inos, 01 fi • Im niture in i|ieir h >usi s, nor wear fashionable cl th -, J'h--y observe trine Immersion, dip forward instead ol backward, I Ii s division into four bodies came as lha result of conflict of opinion coneerMing conformity to the practices of the world. >i the three bo. lies ere iterl out of the d sruption, ili'larger is known as the t".mserval ive, ihe next I n ger .1 the Progie-siv', anil the Ihir I, which has nnl\ ah >ul 4,000 members, as Ihe < )''l > tier, fhe Fourth body, the Seveu'h 1 > n iei man, w 1v .1 c nn nunihtic so. "> I lie C nisei v,i 11 • s, called (i-'i111.111 Baptist Brethren, have 100,000 members, 013 cot ^regation-i ind 3050 ministers. I h y carry on ex tensive missionary work, home and Foreign. Then Foreign missneis are in Denmark, Swoden, France, India, Africa., an.I China, I bey have also flourishing deno1111 ii itiona I schools^ The Old Onler German Baptists adhere to the old iules forbidding amusements, fashionable dress, part ni pat ion in publics, membeishi[) in secret societies a salaried ministry and divorce. There are about seventy-five congregations, with 218 ministers and 4, members, |*he German Baptist Brethren, or Progressive Dunkards, hold more strongly to individualism in matters ol polity than the Conservatives I he I,.iii .in; Presbyterian, tb formei Congregational in chimb government. The Progreslie active in missionarv work an I have missions in Persia and Argentina, They hive a university (Continued on fourth p ige.) 1


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Nullius addicttrs |urare in vcrba magistri.
Heine, bound lo swear lo the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday Juno 28. 191}
No. IM
i Io\ i ii. mri t ii, -
ir .mi I'ro rmi i nfc
CO
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O
39
CO
CO

OKI'Ki ,: m M.VIJKI T STRRKT
iu N. I'., I
. U "
PUBLISHED U\m .
'I ''.. '. rwtkj BUI Pri lJ
tini;lr i "i ) ... ... j i,
r>i-> i.iv r.ni i, .i iv
nogle cnpt ... !>l
Veeklv ... ,| :
Monthly ^ 'j.i
Quartet lv ...... <,.
HalfYearlv iu.
Teativ .* ... n-
I'XVAIU.I- IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rate*: >ix |ience |>fi Imp
f. .i in -.i i i-i ition; three pence pei line
f..i i< i ; .i i.i ertion; and one pennj pei
line f.ir lubst |uenl inei!
Advt iT'ii nU miller eiubt lines ^s.
RELIGIOUS BODIES IN I HE
IM I Mi fiTAThS
Wll \ I l HEY ARK. WHA r
ITM.Y DO, AND WHAT
IIIIV NUMBEH
IiV II K. CAUB 'LI., I L.D
(Continu
BAPTIST S
The Pre* M iptims, \rniiuian In
dnc(iini-, .im' evidently incline l tn
return in the body wIn'M-i- ilir>y
p ,i it- i i >' -I. Tliej Ii i\-
1,245 ministers, 1,234' '" * *ikI
1 communicants.
'I lie Freewill Baptists, n similar
vi ml Si it-"- "i th" South,
(Iron ,' Mori It Cam na, some
knnnn as Original Freewill Bap>
li*ls ; 11. t represented in tin- Gen.
ernl Conference l Freewill fnnw
kn< wii :i- I'" (!() Baptists of the]
N'mtli liny liiivi- n llw iib-jjii ,11
seminary Ml Ayilen, N. (.*.. and
support n Fnreici mission in India.
Niimlier -if ministers, according t<>
the 'Ttf-n- "f 19/16.600, with 613
climrlie- i'lid ,|'i..iH,, (-. I'l'iinii' cants.
Tlie Seventh Day body, an known
because u olist rv s th.- s.'vTn 111 il -y
of the 'v 1 l< ;.s the "vil Ii ith, ii not
increasing. It h is 8.1 pi 1: iiiiMiiuii-
C.WtS, i|S uiinisteis runt 83 Iniu lies
l*lit* General Six Principle Bifp.
tiati is h ndy dating From 1653,
and holding to llie principles of ie-
n fa 'Ii, i>Mi*igm, laying*
on of liaod*, resurrection o| the
dead and e ern il judgment. I here
arc Iwn .is oCISttOM, the Rhode
Island and the I enntylvania, Fvfin
***wfflFTtrr? i?>;
cant*, 7 j 1
I In I Baptists is Iv-dy
of Arm in in n Baptists, it in
M'saouri, Ki lit 11.1.v .in I Ind
with lions, 5501
. and ;, |,6 1' nils. I hey II g; I
\Ii-mihi \ -'. cii t\ in 19 |, and
in t.. raise t IO,Oi> u 11 h winch
to establish a mission m koine
foreign conn 11 y,
Tlie ()ld I wo-So d-in-the-Spiiit
Predi st in.11 i.-ni Baptists, h I"lv
.1I1 in .I l umi.i'i| ve us 11 ill, i'iiiiAh.
-il lo he Soul II are 111 si 1
in I'enne see, Arkansas ami tCcii-
lucky, 11 ..\- ate inti nn ly I -ilvin.
isltc, and hold that every limn hi
in in}.' hai .1 good seed and so evil
- .1 wii hi II him. I hfl I i-sii'il
Baptism are dwindling in numbers,
lite census ol 19,06 creiliis iiiem
i'h 33 mini-teis, |8churches ind
1 8jj r iii.iiiiiiic.nii-i. I liry have
n missions ,nill no denomin ilioi ;il
irliviti" s.
The Separate Baptist* iii small
I 11I', in. n|ii,->til \' CaB Hi'1 ii",
rd
lism, the I in I s ~iii'p-1 .nil (
1 in... Tin re are 1 n aisle1 *,
and .s.i"'0 comtnuni
cants,
I he United It ip(ita, Il.....n't
of .1 unii in f.'i inetl in 1 he South >f
Sitpuraie and Resul-n Baptists,
lormeih numerous, were 'ng
irgel .1 bed by the
Regulai Bap'its, The) nre niisl
irous in Kentui ky, Number
ol ministers, n:. r hug t" llie t en-
KIM of 1 |Of), 260, with Ii) irlmii hes
mil 13,698 conimunioanls.
The K.iptiais Lliurch of CiVist,
n S'.iilh'iii luiily nf Irs-, sireiiuous
views th.in tin- old I v\ o.S'-el-ni-
I be Spirit Pn'de-i in.-ii ini Bnptista,
is Mroiigesi in 1'enriessee, Thev
II ive 99 tin n 1st ims. 93 ihihciii". and
(1,4 if* communicants.
I he Church 01 I i I and Saints
of Christ ; n colored Iki ly recent-
ly nr^oniited, They o eive Jewish
fi-.i-i .li "sahb ith,
and haptise believers hy immi >-
Bion. I here ;ni' 75 111 in ill 1 is, |^
churches and 1,833 communic-inta,
foliinl chiefly in l'enn*ylvanin,
New Jersey, V rginia an I Masse-
chusetts.
THE DUNKNRD BRETHREN
'I'h Brei Itresi i 1 this group have
no distinguishing iit!e, and are
th n Fi ire pnpu 'i \ 1 own .'is I tan-
kards, Ihinkers, 01 lun ei-, from
the German tunktH, lo dip. They
r 1 in.- to the Uni'ed States fro n
(i'-i ii.iny and forme I I it fust
in l'i nnslj vania in 1 733.
I ev nre diligent readers if the
Bible and have striven to shape
tli-1 r lives by its teachings, often
taking the meanit got texts literal-
ly Nonconformity to the world
w is for many \ ears their mo t
promjuent characteristic. Fifty or
sixty yeais 1 >o mi mliei s must nl
b.i vi' paintin -I" inos, 01
fi Im niture in i|ieir h >usi s, nor
wear fashionable cl th -, J'h--y
observe trine Immersion, dip
forward instead ol backward,
I Ii s division into four bodies
came as lha result of conflict of
opinion coneerMing conformity to
the practices of the world. >i the
three bo. lies ere iterl out of the d s-
ruption, ili'- larger is known as the
t".mserval ive, ihe next I n ger .1 -
the Progie-siv', anil the Ihir I,
which has nnl\ ah >ul 4,000 mem-
bers, as Ihe < )''l > tier, fhe Fourth
body, the Seveu'h 1 > n iei man,
w 1- v .1 c nn nunihtic so.
" ">
I lie C nisei v,i 11 s, called (i-'i-
111.111 Baptist Brethren, have 100,000
members, 013 cot ^regation-i ind
3050 ministers. I h y carry on ex
tensive missionary work, home
and Foreign. Then Foreign mis-
sneis are in Denmark, Swoden,
France, India, Africa., an.I China,
I bey have also flourishing deno-
1111 ii itiona I schools^
The Old Onler German Baptists
adhere to the old iules forbidding
amusements, fashionable dress,
part ni pat ion in publics, membei-
shi[) in secret societies a salaried
ministry and divorce. There are
about seventy-five congregations,
with 218 ministers and 4,
members,
|*he German Baptist Brethren,
or Progressive Dunkards, hold
more strongly to individualism in
matters ol polity than the Conser-
vatives I he I,.iii .in; Presbyteri-
an, tb formei Congregational in
chimb government. The Progres-
lie active in missionarv work
an I have missions in Persia and
Argentina, They hive a university
(Continued on fourth p ige.)
1


T I! Ii T R.I B l N
TT:?;.--Wat..*
t Ashland, Ohio, homes for the
''-''I and their young people are
organised in Christian Eod-avoi
^'f*"8- I'heii latest returns in-
incite 186 miuisters, J14 churches
nd 1.1,4- members.
I lie German Seventh Dav Bip-
tists patronize schools 'of the
Seventh Da, Bapt sis. wi,h whom
tey are m affiliation. The* have
8 mimslers, i4 churchy and 2<;o
members.
1lie four I'odies repoit a tot,, I of
members, with 3,40.. min.
isiers and tail 11 1 gT^ uol s
(To l,e continued)
. 5xhlbi"on Number of "The
, r.nmbus" "'" be published in
July, it9i the opies for the Kxhibi-
'o WIM ,eavo Nbssu on ,h ,
August.
All advertisements for this
number should be sent in by the
end of this present month.
A
I OR SALE.
Ml uk BOAT for sale 17
f. t't I;.,-1
apply to
.1. \ N'-c BRIDE.
Bay Street I
Rag-time Piano
Playing-
IJ)OSI IIVELY taughl an ,
ton in 10 to jo lessns. Su< -
cess guaranteed. Call m write for
I ice Booklet.
W'AI/I. P. WEIR.
Dilletl Ftn rt.
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
With a pine LINB m I. .
Dress Goods, Prim i -, I >rill,
Gents Shirts, Under Waists
Call Early and See New StocK
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE AND STOI l.
A ilclic ious I>; ink in an 1! from
I lops containing .ill the ionic
value "I ale and Stout b it ilh-
out the after effei is, pi 1
bottle. ss dot
LIME CHAMPAGNI .
PinM 7' I. < Kiartti lod.
SPARKLING VAI.I MOW INE.
Pints 7' l iv, d
GINV.EK VLE AGIN'tilR IH.I.K'
Pints fid. I'.r do/ 5-.
SPEt l\l. PRICES BY THE
CASES.
SOLD \T BLACK'S
222 Ray St. an.I
THE NASSAU CANDY
Kl IVIII.N.
II. 9k BLACK, Agent.

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HI
. m
m
m
m
Mental and Physical Fatigue ^
When brain or body is Weary tho digestive powers Bro ver-akf-nr-d and distast
ordinary food is often exporit-ncod. L'mlor such cireumstancPB the AlltMiinirys'
Dint is specially valuable. It ll pleasant to take, easily digested and assin
and speedily restorative Thus it helps the system to recover tone and vigour.
The Allenburys' DIF.T i* prepared from pure rlcb milk and whole wheatthe two vital
food elementscombined ia partially pre-digeslfd form.
n
m
Made in a minuteAdd bcilirg water only.

TO RF. OBTAI!i:f> rl!0 ALL CIIF.MI IP1 AND STORES.
$ ALLEN 6' HANBURY3 LTD. ^
m
HMXL
LONDON. ENGLAND.
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A food for Adults and quite divinet from the
'Allcnburyi' Foods for Infants.
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VV \. MAI
UNDER lAKi-.U
DRIJS to i"f> triti his fi
nn I the Public ihui he has
just received a c le outfit <-f
facilities lot ihe business ol an un
di r taker, m hich plres him m a
I ns.....'i 10 i-111 \ out Flint rnls thai
may l>e entrusted to Ins care whit
system in fully solicit-, ihetr patron i|te 1 it t
n\ l'i 10 s 11 si and p
Ihe very lowest for Hrsl class
work.
Notice
Till', undersigned wishes
to inform llie Public thai
he has be n ap|iointi 'I
nl for I .on- Cay, F. I., by
Co. ol Schweppes, Ltd.,
. of 'I able Wa-
, Cordials, Wii I 1
Hammersmith Uoad, Lcuidou
VV.
JOS!' G. MAURA,
Cay, F. I.,
June lOth, 1913. [3 :
Notice.
'1 "I '1 ik in reri in 1 ihe Pi I
I of ii,,. ()ld St mri |N.S. Klliot's
Joiner SI.op) EafH I'>' Mieei,
wli icli is now undei 11'-
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1 1 iptinn. We are pn
you exi ellent win l< Bet 1 nf rt ei
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antes in s itisfj yon and
confident tli.it weransuil voc,
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ofu-n you l.ava failoH to Bnd wiiaf or now JaaanWaW;* ' 'I
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wiva you now h"l-* '< n<-. |.-.-' .n hf.-. It .1 1 hur* 1". '
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;tni| tbf I'nhl '< in (irneial \\ |,;, V(. ,,,, i, ,I1(| ;, .xti-nsi v.- >t. nl; of 11 \ VAN \ i IC, A K'S. \\>
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Dlach Smiili Sh,); and am now Wrappers, and Havana Fillers thnmgbout. .
to do nnythin* in the line ol | h, . Clears era manufactured on our premises bv
Geneiii' reniiir or new work lhre and cre&Lpnins arc taken to proihice qn article of attpei
done I lie success we li.iv met with in the past leads iisitinfidently torxi'.Tt
11n- pi tion.ii;e of connoiseurs.
P. A. IMuvler, J. L. SAUNDBRS *jTt\
4U Day Strett. Kast (JWliarl
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