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TT" T II £ T R i Ii UN I. tents granted annually lias not naried to anj considerable di On July |, of last year, there were 21,059 patent applications awaiting decision —From t lie April Popular Mechanics M igaeini LOST. B ETWEEN The Library Green and Bay Street below Victoria Avenue, on Thursday night May 3KI a Cold Spray—part o{ a broach— REWARD To finder. Leav at i rilume < CABL1 GR VMS June |oth 1 11 Cardiff, 18. Mrs. Mackworth, wife ol Captain Mackworth of the Royal Monmouth Regiment, was arrested to night 1 with setting4ire to the contentsof a pi I l.ir Lnx. Chicago, 28. i-n, deatha and numerous prosrtations were attri* buted in Chicago to.day to the heat wave which shows no sijms of soon diminishing, WANTED E MPTY RICE AND SUGAR BAGS J. S. JOHNSON CO. June aS, 1913. A Sale of O LD LUMBER an.I CEDAR suitable for sm,ll houses will lie held on MONDAY next 30th lune on East Buj street, neai Victoria Avenue at noon. T. G. IOHNS0N. June 38, 1913. s TANDARD LATHROP AND FERRO MARINE MOTORS A s \*ent for the above I am prepared to g've quota I. lUtfits f"; any size "r t yle ol i I on Me and satisfaction guai CKAS. E. AL BURY, Vgem for the Bahamas, June 28, 1913, New York, 28.—Two hundn tons of fuel oil on board the steamer Mohawk, of the St in Oil Company, exploded this afternoon while the vessel was at anchor off Staten Island, killing five persons and injuring six othl rs. Wimbledon, England, aft—The first break in the ranksof the vie. torious qu rtette of American players in the English lawn tennis championship tourn >inent nccuirtd this afternoon, when Biddl* of Philadelphia went down before Ingram, one of the vnunger repre. sentatives of the British talent. Jokio, 18.—The imperial 1,'ni. verfity reports that its seismograph recorded an earthquake of 3 hours duration Thursday afternoon. It is calculated that the disturbance was in the sea off the Pacific coast from Vancouver to San Pi incisco, ima, 38.—The Atlantic waters u hicli havs been all 1 to run slowly against the I gates at Gatun re iched sea level this afternoon, The engineers sre Watching the rise of water with interest, and report that the gates are water-tight. The water is at the fifty foot stas;e. London, 28.— The Times this morning says that it is understand tint the government hasicqaiesc ed in the Marconi Company's pu li ation of the agreement Which was negotiated lust year, and will proceed to negotiate lot a fresh contract with that company f %  the establishment of an "All-Red'' wireless system. Give Sunlight Soap A TRIAL. No argument in favour of Sunlight Soap is more con vincing than a trial of the Soap itself. Sunlight Soap is made to help, and does help. It makes hard work easj. saves rubbing and scrubbing, -and does the work easib and well. Sunli :lit Soap is a K< od worker and v. ill save sou money, labour. and ( lollies. TRY IT. I.KVKR HUOIHI.HS LIMITED, eon I si NLIGHT. IN'. I AMI. I FOR SALE. A S MA II. quanl it v of I lousehold F urniiura at a Reasona I I'nee. Apply to 50 Dowdeswi'll ^treer. Two doors East Est ol Deveaus Street. FOR REN I*. P ROPERTY. 1 } Str-et two doors' a-t ol 1'ic.tui IM Aveeue. Also C OTTAGE on Dowdeswell Street quite near Viotoria Avenue. Applv to II. W. I IGHTBOURN. June 251I1 I913 A FOR SALE. SMACK BOAT for sale 17 feet keel applv to .1. \ y.cMRIDE. Ray Street I Ragtime Piano Playing* P OSITIVELY taught any poison in ID to 20 lessons. Sueguaranteed. Call or write for I 11 e Booklet, u U.T. F. WEIR. Dillett street. Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 WITH A PINE LINT. OP I.ADIKS l)i'i-.ss Goons, 1'UINTS, DRILL, GENTS SHIRTS, UNDBB WAISTS CaH Early and See New Stock Notice T ill', undersigned wishes in inform the Public that he has been appointed sole it lor Long Cay, F. I., by til. Co. of Schweppes, Ltd.. Manufacturers of Table Waters, Cordials, Wines, etc., '>.| Hammersmith Ro id, I ,ondon W. JOSE (.. M.\( RA, Loug Cay, I'. I., June 1O1I1, i'ti 3 [3 mo. 1 HI. SI'I CIAI. CALL A I THE ROYAL STOKE O UR "Royal" Household Btand I' loin selling at 2*1 pem e per II). and 30s. per beg of l<)6 Ihs. "(.' %  olden "Mar I'l"iir 2 ll>s for 3J1I. and. "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 His for 3jd. Centennial Floor per beg 28s. Pigs Feet in Vinegar at 71! per lb. Ilrmvn Sugar at j', I pel lli Our ore white and clean, best in town sell ins a t 4• %  I qnality and cheap, Pure Jamaica Rum ..1 ice, pei gal Ion. [AMFS L. PAL'NDERS Co. NHSSAU N. P, Bahamas, X "I I C K. T HIS is to inform my |> Hrons and the Public in Geneial tliat I have opened 11 Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol General repair or new work Horse Shoving Specially! .\n work done M11 lianically. I*. \. I'luvler, 453 Hay Street. Last (.Wharf, Notice. 1 ~MIIs is to remind the Public <4 il .'Old Stand (N.S. Elliot's lemer Shop) I t Bay Street, which is now uieier ihe Manages merit of 1 Wll.s \. EVANS CONTRACTOR AND JOINER Hand made Coffins of svery des1 iptu 'D. \\ '• are pn pared to yive you excellent woik. lie: t 1 *f refer. I "I 11:r 11111 L: etc., tee us. We guarantee to s.'tis'v \ d in confident that we can suit SOL. June 24, 1913. KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. A 1.1. AND STOUT. •\ delicious lWinl< brewed from I lops containing all the tonic Val I ahand Stout hut with. out ihe after effects, price 6d, bottle, ^s doa MMr CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7jd. Oil uls led. SPARKLING VA LENTO WINE. Pn • j\t\. 1'''' GINGER AM & GINGER BEER Pints 6d. Pei di /. TS. SPKt IAL PRICKS BY THE CASI S. SOLD, AT BLACK'S JJ2 Kay St. and I! IF. NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. II. S. BL \CK, A-lit. Wll.l.l \MS' SHOES ARK BETTER. SB*



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r !" Nullivis iMliin ins |virnre In verba maglstri. Bclnf, bound lo swear to (he Dii|miti of no Mastei. VOL. x. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday June 30. 19fi No. 182 CO 0 M a) CO I EON I-. H. in PI ( II. El :! a ..> ,1'ROPKII lol OKKli -I,, MARKET STRIWT 'ii N. P., I II tMAl. .'. U. I>. > I PUBLISHED DAILY. M uday, VeiincviMv md Friday — liiiglaropy ... ... Jil. ruesday, fhur*da> * I Ruturrtaj ung li r,i|.\ ... ... nl V"r..h 4 |d Moiitlil % I v 4>l ,)ll' '••! Il Half Yrolv Vranv ... loi PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advertising Raid Six r>ence pel line ("i lirsl insertion ; three pctlCS par line '•ir vi imil innrtion; and onepeany per line for subsequent insertions. Advertisements under ci U'I t linos 4s. I'lie Schooner "Sarah 1'. Duopi IBS" arrived yesterday from Miami with N cargo of in wl er and thingtet. mails, and the following passengers : — Misses l.uneth Higgs, Vanena Beth •], Ethel Lowe, li s.i poiiiei, I stella Beih< I, Estelle Deveaux, a 1 <<111' ene s u da; Mexdames Lucdl* iii'.'", Millie bethel Laura Jones, Lulu Simmons, Evelina Rahmi ig, Vni 11.1 Tar till, and Sarah Paris ; Messrs Samuel Grey, Alfred Winder, Able Winder, Daniel Windi r, iii.Hes Adderley, John Rolle, Tedilv "faniN|Zicl< brooks, Laurence Fox, Benjamin Burrows, Anthnny x, John Sands, Albert Glinton, Elijah Clarke, Romantic Adderley, Faank Russell, Leon Miller, Joseph Stubbe, Felix Thompson, Abraham Hepburn, :unl Bleaxar McKeoxie; Matters Leonard I lics, basil Beilm! an I I li.raim Stewart, The New te/u schooner building ai Ilai'liiiur Island will I"'. launched 0 !" Hie *th August and not -4.111 July as announced by us on b.itm "(.nVKPWii \ I NOTICES" FORI KIN Mails per Mail Stea mcr "Srguranca" will btcJosed on Friday 4th JuI> at 10 a. m. INTERINSULAR Mails for Harbour I., Spanish Wells, Eleuthe r a, Ai dr >s, A b ICI 1, E\ Lone I Ragged I ('.: im > bimini Bnd Berry Islands will l> closed on Friday 41I1 July al J p. in. TheGovernoi has been informeil of tli" appointn • %  1 • t nl n Frensh Vice 1 onsul it li inidad w 1 ise jut 1 si111 tiun includes the B.iharf.as The (li ivei nor has re( < ited a copy of ,-i Treatv lietween the Unit* .i K ugi oin, the United St it. -, I ip ai and l\'nssi for the pr< vat inn and protection .4 fur seals in the P 11 ific < Iceao. Tenders Bra %  ailed for I o re make. .-. length of road in Victoria Avenue," • 'Ihe roadway around and in the vicinity of the Silk Cotton Tree u ill be on and after the 7'h prnx. closed to .ill wheeled traffic A iu 1 man of ihe Imports and Export* .if the Colony for the ( in irtei ending jtal Mar. 1913 1* p ,i lulled f ir information. %  f PORTABI P. SENRCHLIGHT FOR LINEMEN. The difficulty of detecting a crossed or broken overhead wiie at uight with .11 ordinary hand lantern has resulted in the invention nl .in acetylene searchlight con nected by a strong flexible rubber lube |.i a tank carried in a leather CMSt on ihe hack of the linen u using it. The lump has H powerful reflectnf that throws a concentrated beam of light which will mike objects distinguishable at n ditance f 75 to 100 ft. A picture of ihe device appears in the April Popular McchaniOH Magatine, sf •| API Ml VM.'RI I IbT ESCAPE. A icniarkahlv flff escape, deteribed with Ibuftraiioti in the April PopJilarMechanica Mngacme, is called "the tape-measur*." It (insists o f a narrow band of SIPO! tightly rolled upon a spool con tained iu a casing, In using the device, the end of the tape is made fat .it the point from which the escape is to be in id thcr belt attached t • th • -\< 10I casing, i> astened .nor .1 the w list, i-er drops i.. the ground, regulating the speed at which the unwinds n\ meaOSof a clutch device. The efficiency <>f the .! vice was tested recently from the fourth li 101 ol the firemen's drill t#)wei in Los Angelas, the drop being 201 ft. MOTOR SUGAR-C \NP H/.RVESI r R. i Motor-Driven machine for barvestm^ kugar can-, illustrated in (! %  %  tpril Popular Mechanics Niagazine, is one of seveial constructed in Mil endeavor to (win a l};/n. prise once offered by the Louisiana Sugar Planters' Association. The machine is propelled and opmated bv .1 60-lip engine.lt has an arrangegement of rollers and knives which gra

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Nullivis iMliin ins |virnre In verba maglstri.
Bclnf, bound lo swear to (he Dii|miti of no Mastei.
VOL. x.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday June 30. 19fi
No. 182
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I EON I-. H. in PI ( II.
El :! a ..> ,1'ropkii lol
OKKli-I- ,, MARKET STRIWT
'ii N. P., I II tMAl.
.'. U. I>. > I
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M uday, VeiincviMv md Friday
liiiglaropy ... ... Jil.
ruesday, fhur*da> * I Ruturrtaj
ungli r,i|.\ ... ... nl
V"r..h .......4|d
Moiitlil % I v 4>l
,)ll' '! Il ......
Half Yrolv
Vranv ... loi
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Raid Six r>ence pel line
("i lirsl insertion ; three pctlCS par line
'ir vi imil innrtion; and onepeany per
line for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements under ciu'it linos 4s.
I'lie Schooner "Sarah 1'. Duo-
pi ibs" arrived yesterday from
Miami withn cargo of in wl er and
thingtet. mails, and the following
passengers :
Misses l.uneth Higgs, Vanena
Beth ], Ethel Lowe, li s.i poiiiei,
I stella Beih< I, Estelle Deveaux,
a 1 <<111' ene s u da; Mexdames Lucdl*
iii'.'", Millie bethel Laura Jones,
Lulu Simmons, Evelina Rahmi ig,
Vni 11.1 Tar till, and Sarah Paris ;
Messrs Samuel Grey, Alfred Win-
der, Able Winder, Daniel Windi r,
iii.Hes Adderley, John Rolle,
Tedilv "faniN|Zicl< brooks, Laur-
ence Fox, Benjamin Burrows, An-
thnny Daniel Scott,Samuel bain, Max-
well (lii-'Mi, Frank Johnson, Ed-
ward 0>x, John Sands, Albert
Glinton, Elijah Clarke, Romantic
Adderley, Faank Russell, Leon
Miller, Joseph Stubbe, Felix
Thompson, Abraham Hepburn,
:unl Bleaxar McKeoxie; Matters
Leonard I lics, basil Beilm! an I
I li.raim Stewart,
The New te/u schooner build-
ing ai Ilai'liiiur Island will I"'.
launched 0 Hie *th August and
not -4.111 July as announced by us
on b.itm
"(.nVKPWii \ I NOTICES"
FORI KIN Mails per Mail Stea
mcr "Srguranca" will btcJosed on
Friday 4th JuI> at 10 a. m.
INTERINSULAR Mails for
Harbour I., Spanish Wells, Eleu-
thera, Ai dr >s, A b ici 1, E\
Lone I Ragged I ('.: im >
bimini Bnd Berry Islands will l>
closed on Friday 41I1 July al j p.
in.
TheGovernoi has been inform-
eil of tli" appointn 1 t nl n Frensh
Vice 1 onsul it li inidad w 1 ise
jut 1 si111 tiun includes the B.iharf.as
The (li ivei nor has re( < ited a
copy of ,-i Treatv lietween the Unit*
. .i K ugi oin, the United St it. -,
I ip ai and l\'nssi for the pr<
vat inn and protection .4 fur seals
in the P 11 ific < Iceao.
Tenders Bra ailed for I o re
make. .-. length of road in Victoria
Avenue,"
______
'Ihe roadway around and in the
vicinity of the Silk Cotton Tree
u ill be on and after the 7'h prnx.
closed to .ill wheeled traffic
A iu 1 man of ihe Imports and
Export* .if the Colony for the
( in irtei ending jtal Mar. 1913 1*
p ,i lulled f ir information.
f
PORTABI P. SENRCHLIGHT
FOR LINEMEN.
The difficulty of detecting a
crossed or broken overhead wiie at
uight with .11 ordinary hand lan-
tern has resulted in the invention
nl .in acetylene searchlight con
nected by a strong flexible rubber
lube |.i a tank carried in a leather
CMSt on ihe hack of the linen u
using it. The lump has h powerful
reflectnf that throws a concentrated
beam of light which will mike
objects distinguishable at n di-
tance f 75 to 100 ft. A picture of
ihe device appears in the April
Popular McchaniOH Magatine,
sf
| API Ml VM.'RI I IbT
ESCAPE.
A icniarkahlv flff escape, det-
eribed with Ibuftraiioti in the
April PopJilarMechanica Mngacme,
is called "the tape-measur*." It
(insistsof a narrow band of sipo!
tightly rolled upon a spool con
tained iu a casing, In using the de-
vice, the end of the tape is made
fat .it the point from which the
escape is to be in id thcr
belt attached t th -\< 10I casing,
i> astened .nor .1 the w list,
i-er drops i.. the ground, reg-
ulating the speed at which the
unwinds n\ meaOSof a clutch
device.
The efficiency <>f the .! vice was
tested recently from the fourth
li 101 ol the firemen's drill t#)wei
in Los Angelas, the drop being 201
ft.
MOTOR SUGAR-C \NP
H/.RVESI r R.
i Motor-Driven machine for bar-
vestm^ kugar can-, illustrated in
(! tpril Popular Mechanics Niag-
azine, is one of seveial constructed
in Mil endeavor to (win a l};/n.
prise once offered by the Louisiana
Sugar Planters' Association. The
machine is propelled and opmated
bv .1 60-lip engine.lt has an arrange-
gement of rollers and knives which
gra (I livering it itnpp*d and re-dy
for the sugar mid ()niy one man is
re.1 n 1 id to operate it.
sf
ENGLAND'S "GIGsNTIC"
U ICOMOTIVE
P.agland's mosi powerful loco.
motive is shown m an illustration
in the April Popular Mechanics
Magazine, It is spoken of in Eng-
land .is "an elephant of the rail-
roads," as "an enormous, unique
engine," and as "ihe latest gigantic
le ouiotive." "I'll 1 s elephant of
the railroads is temarkable in
many ways,''say*one writer. "The
uuial outside cylinders have given
place to inside cylinders, which are
no less than 21$ in in diameter hiiiI
of the exceptional laaght of 17 ft.
3 in. The engine and tender, in
working order, weigh 12 j tons.
NEARLY THREE I'll lUUND
PAI 1AIS EACH MONTH
___
The number ol applications for
patents received by the U. &
Patent Offlice during tha flscal
veal ended fune | 1, iQtsI was
09,230, and the number ot patents
granted was 31,200. During the
past five \cars the number of pa
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TT"
T II T R i Ii UN I.
tents granted annually lias not
naried to anj considerable di
On July |, of last year, there were
21,059 patent applications await-
ing decision From t lie April Po-
pular Mechanics M igaeini
LOST.
BETWEEN The Library Green
and Bay Street below Victoria
Avenue, on Thursday night May
3kI a Cold Spraypart o{ a
broach
REWARD
To finder. Leav at i rilume < '
CABL1 GR VMS
June |oth 1 11
Cardiff, 18. Mrs. Mackworth,
wife ol Captain Mackworth of the
Royal Monmouth Regiment, was
arrested to night 1 with
setting4ire to the contentsof a pi I
l.ir Lnx.
Chicago, 28. i-n, deatha and
numerous prosrtations were attri*
buted in Chicago to.day to the
heat wave which shows no sijms
of soon diminishing,
WANTED
EMPTY RICE AND SUGAR
BAGS
J. S. JOHNSON CO.
June aS, 1913.
A Sale of
OLD LUMBER an.I CEDAR
suitable for sm,ll houses
will lie held on
MONDAY next 30th lune
on East Buj street, neai Victoria
Avenue at noon.
T. G. IOHNS0N.
June 38, 1913.
s
TANDARD
LATHROP
AND FERRO
MARINE MOTORS
As \*ent for the above I am
prepared to g've quota I.
lUtfits f"; any size "r t yle ol
i I on Me and sat-
isfaction guai
CKAS. E. AL BURY,
Vgem for the Bahamas,
June 28, 1913,
New York, 28.Two hundn '
tons of fuel oil on board the
steamer Mohawk, of the St in
Oil Company, exploded this after-
noon while the vessel was at an-
chor off Staten Island, killing five
persons and injuring six othl rs.
Wimbledon, England, aftThe
first break in the ranksof the vie.
torious qu rtette of American
players in the English lawn tennis
championship tourn >inent nccuir-
td this afternoon, when Biddl* of
Philadelphia went down before
Ingram, one of the vnunger repre.
sentatives of the British talent.
Jokio, 18.The imperial 1,'ni.
verfity reports that its seismo-
graph recorded an earthquake of
3 hours duration Thursday after-
noon. It is calculated that the
disturbance was in the sea off the
Pacific coast from Vancouver to
San Pi incisco,
ima, 38.The Atlantic
waters u hicli havs been all 1
to run slowly against the I
gates at Gatun re iched sea level
this afternoon, The engineers sre
Watching the rise of water with
interest, and report that the gates
are water-tight.
The water is at the fifty foot
stas;e.
London, 28. The Times this
morning says that it is understand
tint the government hasicqaiesc
ed in the Marconi Company's
pu li ation of the agreement Which
was negotiated lust year, and will
proceed to negotiate lot a fresh
contract with that company f
the establishment of an "All-Red''
wireless system.
Give Sunlight Soap
A TRIAL.
No argument in favour of
Sunlight Soap is more con
vincing than a trial of the
Soap itself. Sunlight Soap
is made to help, and does
help. It makes hard work
easj. saves rubbing
and scrubbing, -and
does the work
easib and well.
Sunli :lit Soap is
a k< od worker
and v. ill save sou
money, labour.
and ( lollies.
TRY IT.
I.KVKR HUOIHI.HS LIMITED,
eon I si NLIGHT. IN'.I AMI.
I
FOR SALE.
AS MA II. quanl it v of I louse-
hold F urniiura at a Reason-
a I I'nee.
Apply to 50 Dowdeswi'll ^treer.
Two doors East Est ol Deveaus
Street.
FOR REN I*.
PROPERTY. 1 } Str-et two
doors' a-t ol 1'ic.tui im Aveeue.
Also
COTTAGE on Dowdeswell
Street quite near Viotoria
Avenue.
Applv to
II. W. I IGHTBOURN.
June 251I1 I913
A
FOR SALE.
SMACK BOAT for sale 17
feet keel
applv to
.1. \ y.cMRIDE.
Ray Street I
Ragtime Piano
Playing*
POSITIVELY taught any poi-
son in id to 20 lessons. Sue-
guaranteed. Call or write for
I 11 e Booklet,
u U.T. F. WEIR.
Dillett street.
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
With a pine lint. OP I.adiks
l)i'i-.ss Goons, 1'uints, Drill,
Gents Shirts, Undbb Waists
CaH Early and See New Stock
Notice
Till', undersigned wishes
in inform the Public that
he has been appointed sole
it lor Long Cay, F. I., by
til. Co. of Schweppes, Ltd..
Manufacturers of Table Wa-
ters, Cordials, Wines, etc., '>.|
Hammersmith Ro id, I ,ondon
W.
JOSE (.. M.\( RA,
Loug Cay, I'. I.,
June 1O1I1, i'ti3. [3 mo.
1 hi. si'i ciai. call a i
The royal stoke
OUR "Royal" Household
Btand I' loin selling at 2*1
pem e per II). and 30s. per beg of
l<)6 Ihs.
"(.'olden "Mar I'l"iir 2 ll>s for 3J1I.
and. "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 His
for 3jd.
Centennial Floor per beg 28s.
Pigs Feet in Vinegar at 71! per lb.
Ilrmvn Sugar at j', I pel lli Our
ore white and clean, best in town
sell ins a t 4 All our (iii ii,- re fresh and
<> I qnality and cheap,
Pure Jamaica Rum ..1 ice, pei
gal Ion.
[AMFS L. PAL'NDERS Co.
Nhssau N. P,
Bahamas,
X "I I C K.
THIS is to inform my |> Hrons
and the Public in Geneial
tliat I have opened 11 Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoving Specially! .\n work done
M11 lianically.
I*. \. I'luvler,
453 Hay Street. Last (.Wharf,
Notice.
1~MIIs is to remind the Public
<4 il .'Old Stand (N.S. Elliot's
lemer Shop) I t Bay Street,
which is now uieier ihe Manages
merit of
1 Wll.s \. EVANS
CONTRACTOR AND JOINER
Hand made Coffins of svery des-
1 iptu 'D. \\ ' are pn pared to yive
you excellent woik. lie: t 1 *f refer.
I "I 11:r 11111 l: etc., tee us. We
guarantee to s.'tis'v \.......d in
confident that we can suit sol.
June 24, 1913.
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
A 1.1. AND STOUT.
\ delicious lWinl< brewed from
I lops containing all the tonic
Val......I ah- and Stout hut with.
out ihe after effects, price 6d,
bottle, ^s doa
MMr CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7jd. Oil uls led.
SPARKLING VA LENTO WINE.
Pn j\t\. 1''''
GINGER AM & GINGER BEER
Pints 6d. Pei di /. ts.
SPKt IAL PRICKS BY THE
CASI S.
SOLD, AT BLACK'S
JJ2 Kay St. and
I! IF. NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S. BL \CK, A-lit.
Wll.l.l \MS'
SHOES
ARK BETTER.
SB*


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