<%BANNER%>

PAGE 1

I 1 UK H I B t) NE j in.long and 11 ,' in.wide, were provided, and through th 3-in, wire nails w re dri as to pr< 'lit i' in. The nails were so placed as to lie approxin al in, apart. The hoards were placed upon the track and th r them, three ti lengthwise and twio • the boards. After the test the nails were found to lie bent and in many cases partially driv sn bade into the boards. The tires wen: not punctured, and aftei standing all night were at approximatelj the sam Fresh Just Arri^Pd NI< >\ si EDS From I .Hid .ill Dihei V %  'l 11ile A'I rooi I/-. W I. would noon all who appreciate a Good Smoke tl n we now 199 &) -'""' bave on hand an extensive Stuck nf HAVANA CIGARS We : — euarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and humatrf PIFARAWPF Sale Wra| rl Havana Fillers throughout. Vl*LnnnVL OaiC. These t gars are manufactured <>n oui premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past li unfidentl; tlic patronage of connoiseun |. L. SALNDERS .\ Co. Ba\ Street, LITTLE ACTUAL PROFIT IN COINAGE It is stated that the F •i niiK-iit made a profit of oin i •! i ennies, ni :kles, dimes, and half dollars during the fiscal year i iia. As at le, out of one pound of an alloy of nickel and i opper, cost icg about -.', cents, the mint j-cent pi& es to the amount of s.|. | j, But the profit in tins operation is mare apparent than rial, since coins of Kind except gold are in the same 'lass as hills anil constitute an obligation against gnvernmi nt which it stands ready to r< deem on di mand. A real profit is made only on such coins as are i AN ENTERTAINMENT. I N aid DI %  Mary's Church .\ ill lie civ. ii it St. M \RY'S SCH( M 'I. R< I i.M ON THURS \<\\ )8lh SI IT. .it B o'clock. Ire programme will include BE \T BRUMMI I.I. IN HIREE Ml-, an I .i 1 ti \ \l'i dIAI'.I.K I \RCF-. admission i wi II be 1)1 \ I K)\. All persons are heretv warned that, my M if" Luella Sands h.ivi di "'i le I me nnd my honn I *\ ill not be n gponsiblc f ir am H \\ hatever, ronttai ied bv her. /.I I'll WI Ml SANDS. T NOTICE. 11^ is to inform my Patrons and the public in general that I have returned from my round trip ni d an) now ready to do any. thing in the line of general repairing nf boots and sli H s. All work done mechanically l>. S. POWELL. I I Bay St Grand Opening! THE BUSY BEE SHOE STORE THF. BUSY 1U.I A NEW SHOE STOKE WILL BE OPENED ON Lturday 13th inst. [DEK THE BIG TREE lock will comprise nil the |j Styles and Grades of SOOTS AND SHOES Jllin ll>C llli\ IMlt.W-li'l H'M. itronage of my kind id the public geneispectfully Solicited J. S. KNOWLES Mana A S contrai tor forstn engine I hereby requi st that 1 louselmldei n i II have barrels of yard swei pings &c, at their Iu111 in each day. so that I he sa nie n I be oved promptlv. K. (,. MALO >I M. Nassau N. P. \ %  | : • FOR SALE I f 01,'SE and l.oi on Wesl St. | fur p itiinil.irs apply in M I.. I lean 01 \i cliael Rya i, i js W. St. New Vork Citj FOK SALE. 'pill: Uuildin back ol Steam 1 Riding < iallery 38x38 feel In lie removed, apply t" Zncharj Tayloi 8 and 10 Market St. IMPERIAL O N Monday 15th at H: 15 p.m will present a feature show in aid "I BETHEL BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL Prices Vime as usual Ink RENT. I F 1 I SK mi East Bay Stn et, al 1 pn 1 m occupied by r. P. Sturrup Es(j. possession given ist. August. ,|i|'lv to, RWALTER K. MOORE. W. ,\. \| \| in u I \HI U V \KF.R D ESIRI %  rm his'frii and ih" Public lhal h just r< 1 imptete outfit of facilii jes fm 1 lie business ol ai dertakfr, winch places linn in a I••.— 11 %  • • 1 < 1 %  11 \ oui Funi' max be 1 led l w ith "ii and id spaieli ; and respi cl fully sol 11 ittheir pain nag inv Prio s first and prove lhal I a' e the vei 1 lowest foi first 1 las. Wi rk. Ni '1 UK ed I f \ VI N G been app< inte I MIEN I foi \l \PI-s l'l\l APPLE 1 ERTIMZER In the Bahamas I ma able 1 pp'y USloilU is w ith s aliint III ilillladuier* price which is s^ j.. r ton of 8 hai per harrel ol 250 ih-. I 'i. i',. \,. u Vorli Tins Fei 1 ilizei I'.IU H I s 1 I"' oh. tnim d llliouilll ;n\\ C< nun ISSM rj I iini-r in \"\v Vurlt, or direct from Mi 1 1 fin tin em nt 1 he sa me p i< e, I sli,-. II he Mid tut ike any one "ni"I %  iug 1 he rs uits ob. 1 1 d from the use of this Kei ti lizi 1 to i"\ 1 ultival inn* in Nassau u lii'.h mu>l eoavm-e an)one lhal Mapfll Perti is iiuloud I.-— t Muo'd t>> 1.in -ml f,, r the growing ol pineapple" VVAI MIC K. MOi >RE, A S Will i %  Shoei mis about tu in ike a change in lhal part "f Inbu ..noun as Will I.WI-s' vi-l.i Y STORI -tic-t, I!" ". 1 the next Til IK I V DAYS great I) reduced pi ices the entire Stocl %  :: 1 f a la Men I as Lai Ii I White D r Blue Skirts Household n and Cook: Fancy Art SIM' 1 I'll ll.. da y P Ct HUE AND 11 WE \ I • >OK TO DAY, and Rpei %  : l"|( Williams' Novelty Store 321 Bay-street, City Japeneo SANI I \U\ \\ \SHABLE PAINT TO RE MIXED V I I'll W\ 1 ER. In Pink 7 lb I ins at ,, Prefix Enamels A->< IR i IP l"l ILI M l< • in I 1 • at • 'I. IH., I-. '1 !., IS. I, I, Star Vacuum Flasks l\ TWO SIZES PINTS AND QUARTS. For Nile 'II \S, I ALBURY. LyPeclt Reduction |.\ PRICES 01SewingMachines I taring the rrjonthof August I am offi — ing these Bargains. xoi 1 1 "New National" nt £1 ] %  ,. I 'HIS is in infurm my T.ilr


PAGE 1

Nolllvis {vddiclns |urere in vcrba m;\ ni*tri. Being bound lo swear to the Dogma. • of no Master VOL. X. Nassau, N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. September 12. 19M No. 244 I EON i II in PI (II, H AND PROPRIETOR OPPICF i ,. MAKKRT STRUT N P., I AHAMAk, PUBLISHED DMI.V %l '• %  %  i %  ) ~ : Id, tingle nop* 1,1 Weekly ... ... ,;,| lontlih ; %  ; ler 1 > Mill VH.HIV Y'r.lllv ,i |'\V Ml I IN U)V ^NM I Advertisii R • %  Sin pence pei liwr fur (ir-1 i • three '<• %  i %  i %  • ,.,i, lV |,,., lino (or tubseq • nn. A'lv rtiw %  | net (t Bel %  n in I eight O'I li last nifihl H ;n"n'ii nf the city was j %  111 r i •_ %  • (I into dHtki ess, by I hi i o I lapse td a i om rete pole at i he comet rl Mai I bun u i Streets I led to su| i lighl lo-nighi to those places ili.it have hi n off. I hi ii urifcinHll) i ten I. ed fni the wires of the telephone %  'i only ; hut li lephone ti h • (f r pl I electi nnt, and II nppan ntly could nol !.I.II |he load, or it ns constituent putts I the concn u us appears to I i the case fr. in ihe appi prance < ( the di Nil-. I lip whole •'. eigbl to have (.ill, n. u, on the reinfoic infj iron mils which simple bent bnder the l< nd. 'I I >• H nd I i in en was well atlended last night considering the v \ I fan ning appearai ce "I i tin .i Bo\ lock. I he programme appe irs to hi '" >n very nun h enjoyed, the favourite, it -, b ii | Die Flaw I >ance, Rag Step, V alae "Irene," (>ne Step, and the [nternu Z2o, "A •troll tin. ugh Caiio" Inch we b< pe to heat again ihortly, I he Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" %  teamed for New York this afternoon with the following pasten. gars.— Misses Marion A, Musgrove, li. |. E. Moore, Olive R, Moore, Hilda Lighl bourn, and I' I I. I > 11 /,'ll ; Mesd^rnes Mirm \1 'or,', and \n a I Dalzetl Ion and Mrs \Y. R. Hni! ; Me— (I. \\. I %  i. I Saun li %  -, J. C. Mu*. grove,*'!'heophilos Mai i{i Mien W hi. m. I. Stai let R ie, R. G. ("lliii-. and Kenneth \udon M •' 1 tibrey l l)a Mis-, Futerpe Syun %  < I Mrs" M.n v A. Kno les, rs Rokei and W. S, Mc Cartney. u CAHI.EU RAMMS S< p U ml er lath 191 Fit .Hi Hnldane arrived henthis afternoon on the Lusitnniv, Hedesciibed the gen ei.il impression that Ins brief visit to ihe I 'nited Elates and I hi iin him, "< 'in rei lii n". Lor I HaJdane ha id. "Wan "I a most cordial naiine. We met nothing but a I most overwhelming kindness and attention Ihe enthusiasm with w huh K ings Message was n 1 eived by Canadians and An. em ans alike was striking." London, 10—David LI Geoige will, at cordm 1 toanol al HiinouiK "iie at, inagutate Ins K" ••' land cmnpign ni a mi eting at Bedford ou Octobei nth. It is understood that the report will re cornmi nd eh iilv the adoption of small hnl lines cultivated bj tenant occupants, Aci ording to lb* Liberal papet the government is basing all its plans on ibe belief that the piesent I irliamenl will last until 1915. I'iiih'ii, 10.—A sun ami hi ir burn last night 10 the Duke and Duchess ol Koibortth. The duke e 1 in my 1 ongratulations today, including a message from King George andQu en Mary with whom the .ink,a< d dn< hess ire both great favourite*, London, 10. -I he STANDARD suggests the possibility ol Harry I haw s appeal against deaortn. tun being referred eventually to ibe Privy Council, It lavs thou Id Ibe COM this be transferred to London it 11 Ifbt involve a delay of tw 1 or three years, i London, 10,—The Tokio cot pondent of DAILY TELEGRAPH underst indi that beyond diplomatic prol J u in will take 11 ti 1 1 against China until she ban iewa with the British n at. Washington, 10. I"he Demo. 1 tic t mil revision passed tl • sen, tie tins aftenioi ui. IN MEMORIAM RRUP. In living memory nl my deai wife, and om bel moth, r— Mrs. II. W. I'. Sturrup— who entered into her eternal September 12, ion. Rest In Peace I %  %  Ftly Bo wo, To us it 1 dream, 11 led her hi irm, 'twas His will But in our hearts the livethttill. Hvisband Daughters and Sons Harboui 1 • I .. . II I LIME AS A FOOD AND CURE FOR MANY ILLS A teaspoon ful of chloride of calcium, three times a day, dissolved in water, is healthful and nourishing, according to the German professors Emerichand Loew, Lime, if talon in slight 1 food, they contend, 1. .1 preventive and a cure ol many physical ills which now afflict humanity, increasing the vitality rrf the organism, protecting it from harmful mi crobes, and curing inflammatory itions. Instead of throwing away the sin 11s when one rats eggs, It would be better to eat the shell %  and discard the yolk and white, irding to the personal \ i of these profi ssors. PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES STAND TEST In a recent series of tests of a new type of automobile tire the tires were inflated with pressures of from fiq to 75 lb. per square in, h.Two ',-in. deal boards, 6 ft


The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/02085
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, September 12, 1913
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:02085

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

( PDF )

( PDF )


Full Text
Nolllvis {vddiclns |urere in vcrba m;\ ni*tri.
Being bound lo swear to the Dogma. of no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau, N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. September 12. 19M
No. 244
I EON i II in PI (II,
H AND PROPRIETOR
OPPICF i ,. MAKKRT STRUT
N P., I AHAMAk,
PUBLISHED DMI.V
%l ' i )
~: Id,
tingle nop* 1,1
Weekly ... ... ,;,|
lontlih ;. ;
' ler 1 >
Mill Vh.hIv
Y'r.lllv ,i
|'\V Ml I IN U)V ^NM I .
Advertisii R Sin pence pei liwr
fur (ir-1 i three
'< i i ,.,i,lV |,,.,
lino (or tubseq nn.
A'lv rtiw | net (t,
Bel n in I eight o'i li
last nifihl h ;n"n'ii nf the city
was j 111 r i _ (I into dHtki ess, by I hi
i o I lapse td a i om rete pole at i he
comet rl Mai I bun u i
Streets I led to su| i
lighl lo-nighi to those places ili.it
have hi n off.
I hi ii urifcinHll) i ten I.
ed fni the wires of the telephone
'i only ; hut li lephone ti h
(frpl.....I electi nn-
t, and ii nppan ntly
could nol !.i.ii |he load, or it ns
constituent putts I
the concn u us appears to I i the
case fr. in ihe appi prance < ( the
di Nil-. I lip whole '. eigbl
to have (.ill, n. u, on the reinfoic
infj iron mils which simple bent
bnder the l< nd.
'I I > H nd I i in en was well at-
lended last night considering the
v' \ I fan ning appearai ce "I
i tin .i Bo\ lock.
I he programme appe irs to hi
'" >n very nun h enjoyed, the
favourite, it.....-, b ii | Die Flaw
I >ance, Rag Step, V alae "Irene,"
(>ne Step, and the [nternu Z2o, "A
troll tin. ugh Caiio" Inch we
b< pe to heat again ihortly,
I he Mail Steamer "Vigilancia"
teamed for New York this after-
noon with the following pasten.
gars.
Misses Marion A, Musgrove, li.
|. E. Moore, Olive R, Moore, Hilda
Lighl bourn, and I' I I. I > 11 -
/,'ll ; Mesd^rnes Mirm \1 'or,', and
\n a I Dalzetl Ion and Mrs \Y.
R. Hni! ; Me (I. \\. I
i. I Saun li -, J. C. Mu*.
grove,*'!'heophilos Mai i{i Mien
W hi. m. I. Stai let R ie, R. G.
("lliii-. and Kenneth \udon
M' -1 tibrey l l)a
Mis-, Futerpe Syun M.n v A. Kno les, rs
Rokei and W. S, Mc Cartney. u
CAHI.EU RAMMS
S< p u ml er lath 191 .
Fit .Hi Hnldane
arrived hen- this afternoon on the
Lusitnniv, Hedesciibed the gen
ei.il impression that Ins brief visit
to ihe I 'nited Elates and I
hi iin him,
"< 'in rei lii n". Lor I HaJdane
ha id. "Wan "I a most cordial na-
iine. We met nothing but a I
most overwhelming kindness and
attention Ihe enthusiasm with
w huh K ings Message was n 1 eiv-
ed by Canadians and An.em ans
alike was striking."
London, 10David LI
Geoige will, at cordm 1 toanol
al HiinouiK "iie at, inagutate Ins
K" ' land cmnpign ni a mi eting
at Bedford ou Octobei nth. It is
understood that the report will re
cornmi nd eh iilv the adoption of
small hnl lines cultivated bj ten-
ant occupants,
Aci ording to lb* Liberal papet
the government is basing all its
plans on ibe belief that the piesent
I irliamenl will last until 1915.
I- 'iiih'ii, 10.A sun ami hi ir "
burn last night 10 the Duke and
Duchess ol Koibortth. The duke
e 1 in my 1 ongratulations to-
day, including a message from
King George andQu en Mary with
whom the .ink,- a< d dn< hess ire
both great favourite*,
London, 10. -I he STANDARD
suggests the possibility ol Harry
I haw s appeal against deaortn.
tun being referred eventually to
ibe Privy Council, It lavs thou Id
Ibe COM this be transferred to
London it 11 Ifbt involve a delay
of tw 1 or three years, i
London, 10,The Tokio cot
pondent of DAILY TELEGRAPH
underst indi that beyond diploma-
tic prol J u in will take 11
ti 1 1 against China until she ban
iewa with the British
n at.
Washington, 10. I"he Demo.
1 tic t mil revision passed tl
sen,tie tins aftenioi ui.
IN MEMORIAM
rrup. In living memory nl
my deai wife, and om bel
moth, r Mrs. II. W. I'. Sturrup
who entered into her eternal
September 12, ion.
Rest In Peace
I Ftly Bo wo,
To us it 1 dream,
11 led her hi irm, 'twas His will
But in our hearts the livethttill.
Hvisband Daughters and Sons
Harboui 1
I .. .
II I
LIME AS A FOOD AND
CURE FOR MANY ILLS
A teaspoon ful of chloride of
calcium, three times a day, dis-
solved in water, is healthful and
nourishing, according to the
German professors Emerichand
Loew, Lime, if talon in slight
1 food, they contend,
1. .1 preventive and a cure ol
many physical ills which now
afflict humanity, increasing the
vitality rrf the organism, pro-
tecting it from harmful mi
crobes, and curing inflammatory
itions.
Instead of throwing away the
sin 11s when one rats eggs, It
would be better to eat the shell
and discard the yolk and white,
irding to the personal \ i
of these profi ssors.
PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES
STAND TEST
In a recent series of tests of
a new type of automobile tire the
tires were inflated with pressures
of from fiq to 75 lb. per square
in, h.Two ',-in. deal boards, 6 ft


I
1 UK H I B t) NE
j in.long and 11 ,' in.wide,were
provided, and through th
3-in, wire nails w re dri
as to pr< 'lit i' in. The
nails were so placed as to lie
approxin al in, apart.
The hoards were placed upon
the track and th
r them, three ti
lengthwise and twio the
boards. After the test the nails
were found to lie bent and in
many cases partially driv sn
bade into the boards. The tires
wen: not punctured, and aftei
standing all night were at ap-
proximatelj the sam
Fresh Just Arri^Pd
NI< >\ si EDS From I
.Hid .ill Dihei V 'l 11ile
a'i rooi I/-.
W I. would noon all who appreciate a Good Smoke tl n we now 199 &) -'""',
bave on hand an extensive Stuck nf HAVANA CIGARS We--------------------: ---------
euarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and humatrf PIFARAWPF Sale
Wra| rl Havana Fillers throughout. Vl*LnnnVL OaiC.
These t gars are manufactured <>n oui premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past li unfidentl;
tlic patronage of connoiseun
|. L. SALNDERS .\ Co.
Ba\ Street,
LITTLE ACTUAL PROFIT
IN COINAGE
It is stated that the F
i niiK-iit made a profit of
oin
i ! i ennies, ni :kles, dimes,
- and half dollars during
the fiscal year i iia. As at
le, out of one pound of an
alloy of nickel and i opper, cost
icg about -.', cents, the mint
j-cent pi& es to the
amount of s.|. | j, But the profit
in tins operation is mare appa-
rent than rial, since coins of
. Kind except gold are in
the same 'lass as hills anil con-
stitute an obligation against
gnvernmi nt which it stands
ready to r< deem on di mand. A
real profit is made only on such
coins as are i
AN ENTERTAINMENT.
IN aid dI - Mary's Church .\ ill
lie civ. ii it St. M \RY'S
SCH( M 'I. R< I i.M ON THURS
\<\\ )8lh SI IT. .it B o'clock.
Ire programme will include
BE \T BRUMMI I.I. IN HIREE
Ml-, an I .i1 ti \ \l'i dIAI'.I.K
I \RCF-.
admission i
wi II be
1)1 \ I K)\.
All persons are heretv warned
that, my m if" Luella Sands h.ivi
di "'i le I me nnd my honn I *\ ill
not be n gponsiblc f ir am H
\\ hatever, ronttai ied bv her.
/.I I'll WI Ml SANDS.
T
NOTICE.
11^ is to inform my Patrons
and the public in general
that I have returned from my round
trip ni d an) now ready to do any.
thing in the line of general repair-
ing nf boots and sli h s.
All work done mechanically
l>. S. POWELL.
I I Bay St
Grand Opening!
THE BUSY BEE
SHOE STORE
THF. BUSY 1U.I A NEW SHOE
STOKE WILL BE OPENED ON
Lturday 13th inst.
[dek the big tree
lock will comprise nil the
|j Styles and Grades of
SOOTS AND SHOES
Jllin ll>C llli\ IMlt.W-li'l H'M.
itronage of my kind
id the public gene-
ispectfully Solicited
J. S. KNOWLES
Mana
AS contrai tor forstn
engine I hereby requi st that
1 louselmldei n i II have barrels
of yard swei pings &c, at their
Iu111 in..... each
day. so that I he sa nie n I be
oved promptlv.
K. (,. malo >i m.
Nassau N. P.
\ | : .
FOR SALE
If 01,'SE and l.oi on Wesl St.
| fur p itiinil.irs apply in M
I.. I lean 01 \i cliael Rya i, i js W.
St. New Vork Citj
FOK SALE.
'pill: Uuildin back ol Steam
1 Riding < iallery 38x38 feel In
lie removed, apply t" Zncharj
Tayloi 8 and 10 Market St.
IMPERIAL
ON Monday 15th at H: 15 p.m
will present a feature show
in aid "I
BETHEL BAPTIST SUNDAY
SCHOOL
Prices Vime as usual
Ink RENT.
IF 1 I SK mi East Bay Stn et, al
1 pn 1 m occupied by r. P.
Sturrup Es(j. possession given ist.
August.
,|i|'lv to,
RWALTER K. MOORE.
W. ,\. \| \| in u
I \HI U V \KF.R
*
DESIRI rm his'frii
and ih" Public lhal h
just r< 1 imptete outfit of
facilii jes fm 1 lie business ol ai
dertakfr, winch places linn in a
I. 11 1 < 1 11 \ oui Funi'
max be 1 led l w ith
"ii and id spaieli ; and respi cl
fully sol 11 it- their pain nag
inv Prio s first and prove lhal I
a'e the vei 1 lowest foi first 1 las.
Wi rk.
Ni '1 UK
ed
If \ VI N G been app< inte
I MIEN I foi \l \PI-s l'l\l
APPLE 1 ERTIMZER In
the Bahamas I ma able 1.....pp'y
USloilU is w ith s alii- nt III ilill-
laduier* price which is s^ j.. r ton
of 8 hai per harrel ol
250 ih-. I 'i. i',. \,.u Vorli
Tins Fei 1 ilizei i'.iu hIs 1 I"' oh.
tnim d llliouilll ;n\\ C< nun issm rj
I iini-r in \"\v Vurlt, or direct from
Mi 1 1 fin tin em nt 1 he sa me p i< e,
I sli,-. II he Mid tut ike any one
"ni- "I " iug 1 he r-suits ob.
1 1.....d from the use of this Kei ti
lizi 1 to i"\ 1 ultivalinn* in Nassau
u lii'.h mu>l eoavm-e an)one lhal
Mapfll Perti is iiu- loud I.-t
Muo'd t>> 1.in -ml f,,r the growing
ol pineapple"
VVAI MIC K. MOi >RE,
AS Will i Shoei mis
about tu in ike a change in
lhal part "f In- bu ..noun as
Will I.WI-s'
vi-l.i Y STORI .
-tic-t,
I!" ". 1 the next
Til Ik I V DAYS
. great I) reduced pi ices the entire
Stocl :: 1 f a la
Men I as
Lai Ii I White D
r Blue Skirts
Household n and Cook-
: Fancy Art
SIM' 1 I'll ll..
da y P
Ct HUE AND 11 WE \ I >OK
TO DAY, and
Rpei : l"|(
Williams'
Novelty Store
321 Bay-street, City
Japeneo
SANI I \U\ \\ \SHABLE
PAINT
TO RE MIXED V I I'll W\ 1 ER.
In
Pink
7 lb I ins at ,, '
Prefix Enamels
A->< IR i IP l"l ILI M l<
in I 1 at 'I.
IH., I-. '1 !., IS. I, I,
Star Vacuum Flasks
l\ TWO SIZES
PINTS AND QUARTS.
For Nile
'II \S, I ALBURY.
LyPeclt Reduction
|.\ PRICES 01- Sewing-
Machines
I taring the rrjonthof
August I am offi
------------------------- ing these Bargains.
xoi 1 1 "New National" nt 1 ],.
I'HIS is in infurm my T.ilr and the Public in Cieneral ruA(- F |tDn.v
thai I have opened my Public 'ASl El ALB Y,
Mlai k Srnitrl Shop, and am now
v to dj Rnythinx in the line ol
General repair 01 new wen I, Horse
Shoeing Specially, All work done
Mechanically,
P. A. 1'luyler,
4 Bay Strcrt. East (Wharf
POH SALE.
'AND FLY AND
) MOSQUITO NETS/
At Till. SHAMROCK,
II. |. RU9SEI I .
Hay-stint, Ciiy.


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM