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! H I' I k'V). II shortly before 7 o'cl-ck tins ins 1 the V. w York New I and ll.nti .,,i Railroad, six north of If.,. I,. iie employ .1 on govern jobs, Kirby, Stephen, England, 2.—Fif teen persons wi r,killed ;1IU | i| lirlv mju-eil in a collision of t ivofeclions ol I he famous London Scotland ex. piess early lodnv. In.wreck or. curred on the Midland near I hiwes Junction. The second section da-lied Into the rear of the first, tcle^Copinu several coac %  •••. which burst into I) lines. Versailles, ,—The thrilling in inenvra ol turning a toinersault in the air with an aerop'ane flying at rapid •-pre 1 v ,eifect Success. !'• gaud hadelegafes from nil pa its of the world in attendance, Washington, 2. Store thedepar. Inieofthe president from Wash, inyt'-n the daily characterization "f the Mexican situation at the state department "Has been uti %  hanged." Pensncola, 2. The re|).rt of stvnl officers,compooius the hoard of inspection and review on the I'mviroi,1 navy yard, reached here lonight, and unn-sn edlv recommends to the navy department that a fust class navy yard b inaintaui. "I at tins point, together with a rec'iinmendation that congress be ssked immediately f >r an appro, priation sufficient for N dick large enough to dock even Hie Urgefi battleships contempts t< d. CLEARANCE Sale. A S Williams' the Shoeman is t "\ about to make a change in that part of his business known as WILLIAMS' NOVELTY STORE, 321 Hay street, He will *-elI during the next II UK I Y DAYS t greatly reduced prices the entire Stock, Consisting if ^ large variety ol items of General Merchandise such as Ladies Fancy White Dresses Rlfli-lc and Navy M'ue Skirts Railwa\ Hmieeho I necessities and Cook. mi; Lie iis, Fancy Articles siniab ,.. |,, r \ 0.1s and Mirth* d iv I'o s uis ftp, PIN PS \.\'l> QUARTS. F01 *wle by '"II \s, F.. AI.HURY. NOT I UK H \ V I \ (i been appointed AGENT for MVPESPINE. APPLE FERTILIZER m the Bahamas I am able to supply customer* with sa 1 e at manulacturers price which s$ 14 per ton ol 8 oineN or $5.50. per barrel of 250 lb-. E, O. 1. \.u Vork. Tins l'".-i tiliz %  can also |>c nh. lailied throuull any commission I lou-e in NVw York, or duect liom Manufacturers at the same price, 1 shall lie gl-id to take any one desi.ious of seeing the r-sults ob. 1 lined from the use of tins Fertilizer to iny cultivations in Nassau which must convince anyone that would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on a .ml an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumalrr Wrappers, and Havana Filters throughout. These Cigars are manufactured OO our premises by skilled workmen and greftt pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect tinpationage of connoiseurs. J. L. SALNDERS & Co. Mav Stnet. REPUUIKTION. All |iersons are hereby warned that, my wife l.uell.i S.nids h iving (Inserted me ;iii I m\ home, I >\ ill not I).1 is|ioiisili|e for HIIV ilebis whatever, rontracted bv her. ZEPitANIAII S\NM)s D Kops NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE AVI) >l< lU I'. A delicious Drink Inewed fiom Hops containing .ill the tonic Value ill ilr and •stout but without the after 1 ff.'< is, pi ice 6d. bottle. -,s doe, LIME I II WIPUiVF. Pints 7>(}** feet to le removed, apply to Zachary Tavlor 8 and to Market St. T H FOR SALE H OUSE and Lo| on West St. for particulars apply to M. E. Dean or MicfeftH Ryau, 135 W. 132 it. New York City. NOTICE. T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Mlack Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol (ieneral repair or new work Horse Shoeing Mpecially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Pluvler, 4 May Street. Beat (Wharf; RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT M L A C K\S 223 Bay-Street and THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. I V ILEY o; PALMERS NEW Good Luck Biscuits Loose and in half pound packets Ht is. 3d. per Ih. Huntley ft Palmers Petit Beurre, Marie and Coronation, in half pound p,u kets. CRAWFORD'S Mutter Puffs m I Ih. packets at 44], „ "Ufillit" and Puff Creams at is. 6d. per lb. „ Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb. UPTON'S COCOA. lb. tins is. 2 oz. „ 6d.



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Nulllus .Miilic tos (urnre in verba rrminstri. II' u>i: bound to sviosr to the Dogimv* of no Muster VOL. X. Nttssnu. N. P.. HivhrmiRs, Fridny. JitpHml.tr 5. 191} No. 240 %  : in PI c II, i o V AGNI CHURCH <>!•>• I ('• i 41 M \I;I V | T HTHRRT I N. I'., 1 (H*>, I IJSUKIi II M-today, I'etlm la,i ind Friday— • li %  "f 1 lil, r la 1 lav a -,i...I .. i>l ifout-Mj .., > 1 1 *tr\\ [ a l Win '•xY\m 1 is niVA' A' 1 .-Hi.in 1 Kale Six |N %  %  lipr 1 %  ' %  tl "or -.' 1 and line %  Advert 1 1 • let : •> %  > |jne< is. We arc • ; .!v infoime 1 11 I I "•'' %  •i li ive be n issued mid i ih %  | i? \;„ n I lew davs. I'h • C M. >.. ilir u-li ihr Solitary In. •jieCl if, ix li iving no \. sii f| f. >r persons, HI 'I ihe order* nic In iuu served 01 IM I upiery, fr.i nil rank* .ind cl.i-" s, fnmi ( ; ,, rnmi il Home lo ihe p >oi| p. .1 > ml ol the Island. I lip Band CM cert was ell at tended last n t-ht j/i,.. ,,,, r i;Mm .. v\ s excellent mid we'll rend ied. I l i 1 the liariti me —• • 1. H nil in another the Slide Trombone SoIn, \v<\ e very effective. The Two Siep'W lughty Nigg'-rs" WHS IIIP favnttrite, If w might, we would suggest tint the eight itemtil the pio 1 mil" ih 'ii : Ihe 1 I'ITI nelv,high 1! i-s, -in 11 HI "Sil *t shield" "Evi nt: le" .'-" %  *The Motor "France* I.*' arrived this afternoon linm Miami with a 1 nrgo "f shingli s. r iMIe let line and tlie* follnwinc pasaengi Meed ones Durnnil -v.u V, |i mthy Turtle Knd Louise Hamilton ; Messrs, Lszaius Angelo, Oscar H.11111.1, Nath.Munnings, Claud Fatrington, Lewis Ford, 1 has \>.-' 11 cy Ben Morrison, Charles Sands, Wm. R. Ingrnham, John Ibgraham and Berge Roberts; Master Leonard Searle (i 5 J \ Kfnetic I I /HI Blow cr has •1 sui cessl I in I he nbove i. Iiuich, It 1^ wiin lei ful in iis simplicity. It consists 0I.1 '•cries i 1 ii H ; I .! %  > 1 %  1 il net prol"-l! • 'i. .1 mo to and llw wind 1'. \ .'il I>\ a p'i"• to a val ve ated 1.1 (he well of the I el llwI'li-ii-uni pur/iping, with its hi plea* im lhad 1 ; enfin ly done iw IJ w nli f<>r tinordinal v bel loWs • itnplv ae! riS si !' %  • %  rvin'. The supply of wind is lufnmilicafly % %  by n cliul l er in tin' 1 which rises or falls in proportion !• %  the volume "I wjnd required w In le IIIH or^an 1 • plaj ng. Bj tins leni illrre is ys an um' ii' 1 .inil 11 1-. imp issil.le fir 1 i" I when the insfriHiiajni 1hem : played lull. I be in I'IH is .,f j horse power. I lie lo',,| ] 1 %  1 lily .1 the Ol gitil is brought nut hv this uniformity ol ; '. I lien im. 11 %  iccuvies a \. 1 %  small space .. 11.1 so long as the 1 t ion is en elu ly attended tn there is nothing to get nut "I oral r. Nassau X P, Sept 5B1 "'.)i3. I o 1; e Pribu le Ed i I of. Sir. I if 1 I the letter signed I. G. Johns \ hi y >ur I '-i night's p iper, .1 -. the uAragr.iphs in your edit'liinl column, mil I 11 11st confess surprise to find such things going on, it ; n Institution which is such im expense to tins Colony, I'.vei siUce the existence of the Hospit tl, even when n was kno n .i> :inI'IKII House, the fu 1 "I any person, dying there, did not constitute tin-in ,1 pi up1 uid all persons not piujieis weie K' Vr ri different treatment from the. paupers, who were wholly at the i. ountry S expense. I could give names of many of ourcititans, who have been buried fidin the Hospital, as a matter of (' nv once; and I have attended tome of the funerals, and remember clearly goiu^ out from the front entrance, and this long after the Opening of the Hack Gate, which dues not date, very far back. This is a matter which concerns the Public and should not be dropped, untd a full understand* 1111^ is arrived at. I would suggest 1l1.1i ihe Contract) 'is or l ch and every one of them, eithei write or k"i in I leputatiou, t" th" Ch tirman ol the Commissioners of the II ispit.-i I, and L^'I this m ittei settled, urging the rights "I the Paying P iblic, t" the advantages "f the I lospital. Phanking you f< >r s| Yours 11 ulv. A TAXPAYERS FUNERAL or what is ihe Bahamas General Hospital? I an. not acquainted with all 1I1 • working "f the IIpital but from a few nci iir.> 1 happening at 4. 30 p. in, 3rd 1913 this is what I gathei I he Baham is Genera II ispital is firstly an experiment for one or two Doctors u Im do not intend to practice Medicine, but who draw tintaxpayers mom y. If I % %  sick to day I i ould not use the Hospital because I could not have my .'A 11 Phjsician attend to me, In Other words it means just this that it appears that the Taxpayers ira paying for an Institution for the sole benefit of a few Doctors and othtri. You cannot takes body of a blind out f the front gate, because the Superintendent and ins friends are pll ying tennis and might interrupt their game. Let us wake up and ask ourselves are we Spending £"6000 for the public or a few indiv iduals ? Yours OBSERVER A WAN I I D. 1" once-A Cook, APPLY at the Intelligence Office, TRIBUNE OFFICE. Fresh Just Arrived O NION SEEDS from Teoeriffe and all other Vegetable "seeds AT TOOTE*S. 4')Q Bay Street. CABLEGRAMS. New Haven, Conn, 2.—Twenty one persons were killed and nearly fifly injured in a rea^endcollision


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Nulllus .Miilic tos (urnre in verba rrminstri.
II' u>i: bound to sviosr to the Dogimv* of no Muster
VOL. X.
Nttssnu. N. P.. HivhrmiRs, Fridny. JitpHml.tr 5. 191}
No. 240
:
in PI c II,
i o V
AGNI
CHURCH
<>!> I(' i 41 M \i;iv|.t HTHRRT
I N. I'., 1 (H*>,
I IJSUKIi II
M-today, I'etlm la,i ind Friday
li "f1 lil,
r la 1 lav a -,i...-
I .. i>l
ifout-Mj ..,
> 1 1 *tr\\ ......
[al Win
'xY\m 1 is niVA'
A'1' .-Hi.in 1 Kale Six |N lipr
1 ' ' tl........
"or -.' 1 and
line
Advert 1 1 let : >> |jne< is.
We arc ;.!v infoime 1 11 I
I "''i, li ive be n
issued mid i ih | i? \; n
I lew davs. I'h C
M. >.. ilir u-li ihr Solitary In.
jieCl if, ix li iving no \. sii f| f. >r
persons, hi 'I ihe order* nic In iuu
served 01 im i upiery, fr.i nil rank*
.ind cl.i-" s, fnmi ( ; ,, rnmi il
Home lo ihe p >oi| p. .1 > ml ol
the Island.
I lip Band Cm cert was ell at
tended last nt-ht j/i,...,,,, r i;Mm..
v\ s excellent mid we'll rend ied.
I......li 1 the liariti me 1. h nil
in another the Slide Trombone So-
In, \v<\ e very effective.
The Two Siep'W lughty Nigg'-rs"
whs iIip favnttrite,
If w might, we would suggest
tint the eight item- til the pio
' 1 mil" ih 'ii: Ihe 1 I'iti nelv,high
1! i-s, -in 11 hi "Sil*t shield"
"Evi nt: le" Rng-time Medlies, and local stieet
tonga >.'-".
*-
The Motor "France* I.*' arrived
this afternoon linm Miami with a
1 nrgo "f shingli s. r iMIe let
line and tlie* follnwinc pasaengi
Meed ones Durnnil -v.u V, |i m-
thy Turtle Knd Louise Hamilton ;
Messrs, Lszaius Angelo, Oscar
H.11111.1, Nath.Munnings, Claud Fat-
rington, Lewis Ford, 1 has \>.-' 11 cy
Ben Morrison, Charles Sands, Wm.
R. Ingrnham, John Ibgraham and
Berge Roberts; Master Leonard
Searle (i5J
\ Kfnetic I I /hi Blow cr has
1 sui cessl I in I he
nbove i. Iiuich, It 1^ wiin lei ful in
iis simplicity. It consists 0I.1 'cries
i 1 iih; I .!> 1 1 il net pro-
l"-l! 'i. .1 mo to and llw wind 1-
'. \ .'il I>\ a p'i" to a val ve at-
ed 1.1 (he well of the I el
llw- I'li-ii-uni pur/iping, with
its hi plea* im lhad 1; enfin ly done
iw ij w nli f<>r tin- ordinal v bel
loWs itnplv ae! riS si !' rvin'. The
supply of wind is lufnmilicafly
'! by n cliuller in tin' 1
which rises or falls in proportion
! the volume "I wjnd required
wIn le iIih or^an 1 plaj ng. Bj tins
leni illrre is ys an um'
ii'1 .inil 11 1-. imp issil.le fir
1 i" I when the
insfriHiiajni 1- hem : played lull.
I be in i'ih is .,f j horse power.
I lie lo',,| ] 1 1 lily .1 the Ol gitil is
brought nut hv this uniformity ol
; '. I lien im. 11 iccuvies a
\. 1 , small space .. 11.1 so long as the
1 t ion is en elu ly attended tn
there is nothing to get nut "I oral r.
Nassau X P,
Sept 5B1 "'.)i3.
I o 1; e Pribu le Ed i I of.
Sir.
I if 1 I the letter signed I. G.
Johns \ hi y >ur I '-i night's p iper,
.1 -. the uAragr.iphs in your edi-
t'liinl column, mil I 11 11st confess
surprise to find such things going
on, it ; n Institution which is such
im expense to tins Colony,
I'.vei siUce the existence of the
Hospit tl, even when n was kno n
.i> :in- I'ikii House, the fu 1 "I any
person, dying there, did not consti-
tute tin-in ,1 pi up-1, uid all persons
not piujieis weie K'Vrri different
treatment from the. paupers, who
were wholly at the i. ountry S ex-
pense.
I could give names of many of
ourcititans, who have been buried
fidin the Hospital, as a matter of
(' nv.....once; and I have attended
tome of the funerals, and remem-
ber clearly goiu^ out from the
front entrance, and this long after
the Opening of the Hack Gate,
which dues not date, very far back.
This is a matter which concerns
the Public and should not be
dropped, untd a full understand*
1111^ is arrived at.
I would suggest 1l1.1i ihe Con-
tract) 'is or l ch and
every one of them, eithei write or
k"i in I leputatiou, t" th" Ch tirman
ol the Commissioners of the II is-
pit.-i I, and l^'I this m ittei settled,
urging the rights "I the Paying
P iblic, t" the advantages "f the
I lospital.
Phanking you f< >r s|
Yours 11 ulv.
A TAXPAYERS FUNERAL or
what is ihe Bahamas General
Hospital? I an. not acquainted
with all 1I1 working "f the II-
pital but from a few nci iir.> 1
happening at 4. 30 p. in, 3rd
1913 this is what I gathei
I he Baham is Genera II ispital
is firstly an experiment for one or
two Doctors u Im do not intend to
practice Medicine, but who draw
tin- taxpayers mom y. If I
sick to day I i ould not use the
Hospital because I could not have
my .'A 11 Phjsician attend to me,
In Other words it means just this
that it appears that the Taxpayers
ira paying for an Institution for
the sole benefit of a few Doctors
and othtri. You cannot takes body
of a blind out f the front gate,
because the Superintendent and ins
friends are pll ying tennis and
might interrupt their game. Let
us wake up and ask ourselves are
we Spending "6000 for the public
or a few indiv iduals ?
Yours
OBSERVER
A
WAN I I D.
1" once-A Cook, APPLY at
the Intelligence Office,
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
Fresh Just Arrived
O
NION SEEDS from Teoeriffe
and all other Vegetable "seeds
AT TOOTE*S.
4')Q Bay Street.
CABLEGRAMS.
New Haven, Conn, 2.Twenty
one persons were killed and nearly
fifly injured in a rea^endcollision
, .


! H I' I k'V). ii
shortly before 7 o'cl-ck tins
ins 1 the V. w York New I
and ll.nti .,,i Railroad, six
north of If.,.
I,. ii Commies...... ! Pulihc Works, m
day refused to accede ( 11- de
mandsof bui'ldinu tndiK'iies fede'r.
itinn tli.it non-union w r';ers shall
not l>e employ .1 on govern
jobs,
Kirby, Stephen, England, 2.Fif
teen persons wi r,- killed ;1IU| i|lirlv
mju-eil in a collision of t ivofeclions
ol I he famous London Scotland ex.
piess early lodnv. In.- wreck or.
curred on the Midland
near I hiwes Junction.
The second section da-lied Into
the rear of the first, tcle^Copinu
several coac !. which burst into
I) lines.
Versailles, ,The thrilling
in inenvra ol turning a toinersault
in the air with an aerop'ane flying
at rapid -pre 1 v ,<- rep-- ited today
by the French avmt- rPegmid over
iheneiodiome at Hue, i.iar here
widi |>eifect Success.
!' gaud ha performance yesterday was not
the result of an accident hut was h
proof i f propei roilirol and also of
the stability of the en plane.
He carried out the feat with ftp.
parent ease tod iv,
Vienna, 3,The eleventh Zion-
nt congress opened here today with
55<>delegafes from nil pa its of the
world in attendance,
Washington, 2. Store thedepar.
Inieofthe president from Wash,
inyt'-n the daily characterization
"f the Mexican situation at the
state department "Has been uti
hanged."
Pensncola, 2. The re|).rt of
stvnl officers,compooius the hoard
of inspection and review on the
I'mviroi,1 navy yard, reached here
lonight, and unn-sn edlv recom-
mends to the navy department that
a fust class navy yard b inaintaui.
"I at tins point, together with a
rec'iinmendation that congress be
ssked immediately f >r an appro,
priation sufficient for n dick large
enough to dock even Hie Urgefi
battleships contempts t< d.
CLEARANCE Sale.
A S Williams' the Shoeman is
t"\ about to make a change in
that part of his business known as
WILLIAMS'
NOVELTY STORE,
321 Hay street,
He will *-elI during the next
II UK I Y DAYS
t greatly reduced prices the entire
Stock, Consisting if ^ large
variety ol items of General
Merchandise such as
Ladies Fancy White Dresses
Rlfli-lc and Navy M'ue Skirts
Railwa\ Hmieeho I necessities and Cook.
mi; Lie iis, Fancy Articles
siniab ,.. |,,r \ 0.1s and Mirth*
d iv I'o s uis ftp, CO\|,'-; AND HAVE A LOOK
I'o DAY, and
sl.....(| h.....3 I. i" 1 to greet
idv mtage at
Williams'
Novelty Store
321 Bay-street, City
W
tractor for street Scav-
I hereby request that j Mupes Fertilise! is the kind best
sui'ed to our soil for the growing
of pile HI'pies
WALTER K. MOORE.
AS contrr
snging I
Householders will have barrels
of yard sweepings &c, at their
IRates not later than noon each
[day. so that the same might be
PCnii.vcd ummptlv.
1 k. d Malcolm.
[Nassau N. P.
Aug. ^otb 1013-
Japeneo
SWII 'AKY W ASHABLE
PAINT
TO ME MIXED WITH WATER.
In Win 1.., Grey,
Pink ind Green,
7 lb. I ins at 3s. 6d.
Prefix Enamels
AS-OK 1 ED Ct 1I.OIK-1
111 Tins at fid.
1-., is. .)!., 2s. 6 1.
Star Vacuum Flasks
IN' TWO s|ZI->
PIN PS \.\'l> QUARTS.
F01 *wle by
____ '"II \s, F.. AI.HURY.
NOT I UK
H\ V I \ (i been appointed
AGENT for MVPESPINE.
APPLE FERTILIZER m
the Bahamas I am able to supply
customer* with sa 1 e at manu-
lacturers price which s$ 14 per ton
ol 8 oineN or $5.50. per barrel of
250 lb-. E, O. 1. \.u Vork.
Tins l'".-i tiliz ! can also |>c nh.
lailied throuull any commission
I lou-e in NVw York, or duect liom
Manufacturers at the same price,
1 shall lie gl-id to take any one
desi.ious of seeing the r-sults ob.
1 lined from the use of tins Ferti-
lizer to iny cultivations in Nassau
which must convince anyone that
would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on a .ml an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumalrr
Wrappers, and Havana Filters throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured OO our premises by skilled workmen
and greftt pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
tin- pationage of connoiseurs.
J. L. SALNDERS & Co.
Mav Stnet.
REPUUIKTION.
All |iersons are hereby warned
that, my wife l.uell.i S.nids h iving
(Inserted me ;iii I m\ home, I >\ ill
not I).- 1 is|ioiisili|e for HIIV ilebis
whatever, rontracted bv her.
ZEPitANIAII S\NM)s
D
Kops
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE AVI) >l< lU I'.
A delicious Drink Inewed fiom
Hops containing .ill the tonic
Value ill ilr and stout but with-
out the after 1 ff.'< is, pi ice 6d.
bottle. -,s doe,
LIME I II WIPUiVF.
Pints 7> SPARKLING VM.ENTO WINK.
Purs 1\ I p, ,|, r,s.
GINGER ALE ft GINGER BRER
I'mis 6.1. Pr doz ss
SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
C \SES.
-OLD \T BLACK'S
212 May -st. and August.
11 IF. NAviAU CANDY
Kl ICHEV.
H. S. BLACK, Ag. nt.
W. a. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
,ES|REStO inform bis friends
and the Public that Ii" has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the business of anun-
derl ik-r, winch places bun in a
position to earn out FuneiaU that
may lie entrusted to his care with
system and th-spatch; and ren|x-ct
fullv solicits their patronag (jet
my Prices firtl mid prove that they
arc tin- very lowest for fn-t clasi
work.
lop RENT.
(I OVJSK on Last May Street, at
1 present occupied b\ I'. P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st.
Notice.
'T'HIS is to remind the Public
1 of the 01,1 Stand (N. s. Elliot's
J'iner Shop) EmsI M. y "|reet,
which is now under the Manage-
lllt'llt of
I AMES A. FYAV-s
CONTR \v I OP AND JOINER
IIhiuI aiude \ ollius of every criplion. I am prepared In ;:iw
you excellent woik. Pest of refer,
ences. For turning etc., see us. We
guarantee to satisfy you and are
confident that we can suit you.
Apply to,
WALTER K. MOORE.
FOR SALE.
HE Building back of Steam
Riding Gallery }#>(}** feet to
le removed, apply to Zachary
Tavlor 8 and to Market St.
T
H
FOR SALE
HOUSE and Lo| on West St.
for particulars apply to M.
E. Dean or MicfeftH Ryau, 135 W.
132 it. New York City.
NOTICE.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Mlack Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
(ieneral repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Mpecially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Pluvler,
4 May Street. Beat (Wharf;
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT M L A C K\S
223 Bay-Street
and THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
I V ILEY o; PALMERS
NEW Good Luck Biscuits
Loose and in half pound packets
Ht is. 3d. per Ih.
Huntley ft Palmers Petit Beurre,
Marie and Coronation, in half
pound p,u kets.
CRAWFORD'S Mutter Puffs m I
Ih. packets at 44],
"Ufillit" and Puff Creams
at is. 6d. per lb.
Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb.
UPTON'S COCOA.
! lb. tins is.
2 oz. 6d.


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