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r '1 II E T R I I'I' N t to s;iil soon for America, gave a spri ill performance of The Head Master" at lulra >ral to-night. London, 15 — C treat iSrit.1 :n is in danger of liaising ihe trade of Soutli Africa to the I mted St ites, according to a dispatch fiom Johannesburg, unless the kings in junction "Wake up England be responded to with more vigour and enthusiasm commerciallyi A special agent of the United States Department of Commerce is making an extensive tour for the purpore of studying and repotting to his government on the cotton goods markets of the countrias of the world. London, 15,—President Wilson is the subject of ;,n highly applicative article in yesterd i\s I ones finch declares 1I1 it Ihe passage of lie tariff lull through the senate is lecisive tribute 1.1 tiir efficiency in ins leadership. President Wilson i gradually Binparling to the Amer can fnr.fl lof government a smoothness IMlld Jllcxibility it had Intlieito lacked. London, 15.—The "Black coat ed" worker made his liist demonItratiOD in Hyde I'.i:k tail afternoon in favoui ol trades unions, following tallies similar to ihoie adopted by the labourer and nitisan who were holding meetings nearby. I he participants were .ill t'leiks, representing a great va.ietyof empluyment. Durham, Lug, 15.—Sii Edward Carson, lender of ihe Llstei Unionists said in a speed) here to. night that Ulster would nevei all melon tlie principle lor which she had fought, that of L nig gov erne.l by an imperial parliament, with an executive responsible to that 'parliament. This statement WM mole with reference to the proposal ol Lord l.nreliurii, that a confeience be held between the gieat political partics. Sir Edward said tint the very pioposal showed that thinking fljen were beginning to realize the itv of the situation. City, IS-—One hundred including a number of I children, refugees from reported to have ill.hands of rebels Img overland to Salorities there decline onsibility ol sendheir rescue, fearing Is might commit ke Jefugees which fit be avoided, A W \NITED. I FRESH FLYING FISH Will pay 6s. for same. SANDS. Photographer, Hay street, City, GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON PIANO, VIOLIN, M WOOL IN and GUI I'VK. Pianos tuned and Repaired. Orders token for Prh xtt Entertainments. 67 West street. Excursion to Harbonp Island and BLUFF. KY IHE OLD KM LI VM|.R MOIOK III 1 v I "VIM."' \ 1 / M ICH will leave K .wson VV Square a 1 10 p.m Saturday September 20, for the above ,,l res I. vmg Harboui Island at 4 p.m. Sunday, JIM lor I'dtilT, i' lurill ig to Mi ssau, M md i\ 13'id, '\ 5 a.m. Round I rip 8s. Passages must he hooked hv no. H I on Situ day. Further p irticulars sei 1 pi, Louis Lous or W. Hall. Refreshment', will be on tale, ANOTHF.R SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Just Received 1 W ILI IAMS I HE SHOFM\N I las JUHl add' d to hia alie idy larva mpplj i" the line, I uglish ;ind American I runks, EngIish ainK.\iiirf i an Dress "mil Cases (noine ol u Inch are m.oh' 1 'f < (>uipiesfihre.) Kit Bags Sfltchela, \tt iche%, ami toiled Linen bags ••! puces more mteiesting ihui ever. Persons 011 |he eve of u ivelling ill do well 10 vi-it this Department and make .1 select 1011 now. WILLIAM1 WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL DEPARTMENT. 277, 270, Itay-stieet, Nassau, \. I'. W i; would it Min all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on 1 ,nd an intensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We L'II o-fiPtee our hraud to !>• •made of the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout, Ih'se Cigars are manufactured %  > oui premises by skilled workmen and urea I pains are taken to produce an article ol superior quality, The success we have met with m the past leads us confidently to expect the patronage ot connoiseurs |. L. SALNDERS ft Co. Ki\ Street, FOR RENT. I IOUSE on last Bay Street, al 1 present occupied by ''• • '• Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st. August. /.nply to. WAITER K.MOORE. FOR SALE. A LI. thai Lot of I md situate i~\ in the Southern District ol 1 in' Island ol Ne y I' ov.deuce and bounded on the Noittl by tinpio pel ties of .I. is. |ih \ lylllT, \ lex.lie lei Kille and < %  cerl on (inter INI the South hy a lam the Last by laud ol |ohn Hleven and on the \\ e-t I'V I md of Ruth W.igbt. AI.M . A LL that lot of land situated in the Southern suburbs of (lie City ol Nassau and bounded •• the N01 th by land belonging to the l.stife of t'i %  I ite S il iin Kl Sweeting de< eased, on the S IUIII by tweeting Street on the East by L.ist Street and on the. Wst by Ian I tii • property of John fejoodman, which lot ol I Hid is Situited in a B I locality and suit tide for building lots. For particulars, Apply to R. W. PRirCHXRD Any .-at-Law. Japenco SANI I \KV W VSIIAHLR PAIN I m I'd-: MIXED V Mil WAFER. In While, liiey, Pink and < iieen. 7 lb. I ins at }s. 6d Prefix Enamels ,\S >\< ill) (1LOUI0 in I ins at Cd. 1-.. iv rjd„ 2s. 611. Star Vacuum Flasks IN TWO SIZES PINTS AND QUARTS. I'or Nile by CIIAS. E. ALBURY. FOR SALE. T HE Building hack ol Steam Riding Gallery 38x38 feet lo he removed, apply to Eachary Taylor 8 and 10 Market St. Fresh Just Arrived O NION SEEDS from TenerifTe and all oilier Vegetable Seeds A I TOO ILS. 444 Bay Street. CLEARANCE Sale. A s William*' the Shoeman is /\ about to 1 ika a change in in il put of Ins business known as VY1I I IAMS' NOVI I.I V STORE, JJ 1 Ka\ street, He will %  %  ring the next THIK IV DAYS re.-itly red i.-.'l pi ires the entile Mock. Colisi-lll g I f a I • vai lety ol ite u, ill (Si i I Merchandise such as Ladies Fancy tt I Black an I Navy Blue Skirt, Iloiisehol I nici and Cook* ing l'ie 1.1 •. |' incy Article* suitable f n X nas and Birthday Presents ftc. &c. COME A\l II Wh \ LOOK IO LAY, and spend from 3d, In £\ to jjre it advantage .it Williams' Novelty Store 321 Bay-street, City GrPSftt Reduction IN PRICES OF Sewing Machines During the month of August I am offering then Bargains. "New National" at £i .is. "Ideal" at £\ as. C-IA5. E. ALBURY, FOB SALE I I OI'SL and Lot on West S|_ I f..r particulars apply to \\ I'.. I lean or Michael U'y,in, rtj \V. 132 St. New York City. NO I ICE. '"T~*HIS is to inform my Patrons 1 and the Public in ( n'lii'i H I that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anythinj in the line of General repair or new work Horsa Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. i\ A. tluyler, 4 Hay Street East (Wharf) 1



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ttlMW Nulllua B-ddictue lurnre In verb* mivglstrl. Being bound to swervr to the Dogma.* of no M&ater. VOL. X. •e.eee,u. N. P.. Be.he.rn*.*. Wedneada-y. September 17. 1913 No. 24* LEON E. H. DUPI'CH, r IIITDR AND i* h.> tb I P k OK KICK ;N 44 MAUKKT STKKKT NMHU N. I'.. lUllAMAS. I'. i>. Hoi ILK PUBLISHED DXII.V M.iuUay, .Veiluevlay ami Fiiilay — • iii|{lrco|iy ... ... J,i. Tuewlay Thurtday ami Sutuntay— •ingle cop* nl •Veeklv 4 ja. Monthly IS.sd Quarterl* 4 . HalfYp.,r|v ... ,8s. Veaiiy ... ... ifit I'iVAMI.K IN AI)VA\( K Advertising Rates: Six |>eiirp ppr line for first laaertfnn : three pence |>pr line %  >r fecond niw-itiKii. | hi one jirniiy | m In. e 1.. i sut>M-<| ,.-i,t i -ri 11< ms Advertisements ander eight line* 43. 'Ill" following P'ogrjtmme will heiendered bj t'-r Bahamas Poiire Ban I, on tit* Library Greet) lit 8:15 p.lD, In-iii'iirriiw I Thursday) Programme; March "The Siarry Jack" Valve ".Moiidaine" Flirtation "Roguish bye*" Medliy "A/eiry Cnndooft" Gavotte "I he Way to the Heart" Novelty "Hashed Brown" Valsr"Sent*" Cake Walk ,"Ma Honey Gal" GOD SAVE THK KING W. Caen, Bandmaster, "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" The king will n.t he advised to exercise Ins powers of disallowance with reaped to, An Act to facilitate the arquisi lion of land for Public Puiposes. An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the protection of females, the . to Lepers. An Act to provide a personal Allowance for Nigel Burntide while he holds the office of Auditor of Public accounts. Mr. L. W. Duvallier hat been appointed to make out the Alphab lical List of Voters in Polling Division No 1 of Inagua. Mr. James Herbert Peet b is been appointed Chief Clerk iothe Post Office and Mr. A. K. Cole 3rd Clerk in the Treasury Department. Honourable W. R. Hunt, Receiver General and Treasurer has been granted ten days (?) vacation leave of absence. T. V. Matthew. Esq.I. S. O has been appointed Acting, Receiver General and Treasurer; Registrar ot Shipping; and Emigration Office 1. Lewis Tayloi Ksrj. has been ap. pointed Acting Chairman of the Hoard of Pilotage Mr. A. W. Hun!, 2nd Clerk, ColonialSecretarys Department haa been granted sixty days vacation leave of absence. Mr. C. P. Bethel, 3rd Clerk in the Colonial Secretary* Department has been appointed Acting Second Clerk in conjunction with bis own duiies. R. K. Duncombe Esq., Registrar of Records has been appointed Acting Coroner for the Island <>f New Piovidence. I he Commissioners of Cherokee Sound Abaco, and of Hope Town, Abaco have been appointed Chair* men of the Local B >ardsof Health respectively. Section 22. of The Liquor Licen. cies Act 1913 to wUirh the attention of Secretaries of Clubs is drawn, is published. Mess.s George T. Smith and James M. Rahming have been aps pointed, on probation, Teacherunder the Board of Education. Bay Street between Parliament Street and Bank Lane will be closed to traffic on Monday 15th between 6 a. m. and 6 p. m. Tenders are invited for the purchase of Guinea Grass on Government House Grounds until Wednesday 17th. Noticelis given that the roads ronnd the East end of this island are under repair and certain hills are being cut down. Tenders are called for until Thursday 25th. "Torepairand remake road in Mackey Street—South of Shirley St J> IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT September. 10—James Adderley— Breach Cab Act —4s. or 5 days. Tbeophilus Fowler—Breach Cab Act—4s. or 5 days. Raymond Sands—Breach Street Traffic Rules— 2s. 6d. 11—Herbert Marshall—Using profane and indecent language in Street—:2s. 6d.or 10 dajs. 12 — Samuel A. Young—Found drunk in street—5s. or 4 days. Janier Symmonett—Drunk and Using profane language instrest— 5s. or 4 days. 13—Campbell Adderley—Breach Health Act—Dismissed. Chas. Fernandez -Breach Health Act—Adjourned to 20th imt. Moses Patton—Breach Stree Traffic Rules—12s. or 10 days. J COMMUNICATED. An enjoyable stag party was given last evening at the home of Mr. Willis H. Bethel in Dowdeswell Street in honour of his 38th birthday. The Boys assembled at 8 p. m. and spent the evening pleasantly at games and music, refreshments adding to their entertainment. Among those present were several of Mr. Bethels former colleagues with whom he is a great favourite. The music was ably rendered by Mr. A. H. Meallett of Inagua, the chief selections being "The curse of an aching Heart" and "You made me love you." CABLEGRAMS September 17th 1913. London, 15.—The station bjildings at Kenton, near Newcastle, with all their contents, were destroyed this morning by the "Arson squad" of the militant suffragettes London, .5.—By command ol King Geoige, Cyri'l Maude, who is ?l


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ttlMW
Nulllua B-ddictue lurnre In verb* mivglstrl.
Being bound to swervr to the Dogma.* of no M&ater.
VOL. X.
e.eee,u. N. P.. Be.he.rn*.*. Wedneada-y. September 17. 1913
No. 24*
LEON E. H. DUPI'CH,
r iiitdr and i* h.> t- b i p k
OK KICK ;N 44 MAUKKT STKKKT
NMHU N. I'.. lUllAMAS.
I'. i>. Hoi ILK
PUBLISHED DXII.V
M.iuUay, .Veiluevlay ami Fiiilay
iii|{lrco|iy ... ... J,i.
Tuewlay Thurtday ami Sutuntay
ingle cop* ...... nl
Veeklv .........4ja.
Monthly ......IS.sd
Quarterl* ........4.
HalfYp.,r|v ... ,8s.
Veaiiy ... ... ifit
I'iVAMI.K IN AI)VA\( K
Advertising Rates: Six |>eiirp ppr line
for first laaertfnn : three pence |>pr line
'>r fecond niw-itiKii. | hi one jirniiy |m
In. e 1.. i sut>M-<| ,.-i,t i -ri 11< ms
Advertisements ander eight line* 43.
'Ill" following P'ogrjtmme will
heiendered bj t'-r Bahamas Poiire
Ban I, on tit* Library Greet) lit 8:15
p.lD, In-iii'iirriiw I Thursday)
Programme;
March "The Siarry Jack"
Valve ".Moiidaine"
Flirtation "Roguish bye*"
Medliy "A/eiry Cnndooft"
Gavotte "I he Way to the Heart"
Novelty "Hashed Brown"
Valsr- "Sent*"
Cake Walk ,"Ma Honey Gal"
GOD SAVE THK KING
W. Caen,
Bandmaster,
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
The king will n.t he advised to
exercise Ins powers of disallowance
with reaped to,
An Act to facilitate the arquisi
lion of land for Public Puiposes.
An Act to consolidate and amend
the law relating to the protection
of females, the . brothels, the prevention of cruelty
to children and other purpOeM,
An Act r< !. 111 rrj_> to Lepers.
An Act to provide a personal
Allowance for Nigel Burntide while
he holds the office of Auditor of
Public accounts.
Mr. L. W. Duvallier hat been
appointed to make out the Alpha-
b lical List of Voters in Polling
Division No 1 of Inagua.
Mr. James Herbert Peet b is been
appointed Chief Clerk iothe Post
Office and Mr. A. K. Cole 3rd
Clerk in the Treasury Department.
Honourable W. R. Hunt, Receiv-
er General and Treasurer has been
granted ten days (?) vacation leave
of absence.
T. V. Matthew. Esq.I. S. O has
been appointed Acting, Receiver
General and Treasurer; Registrar
ot Shipping; and Emigration Of-
fice 1.
Lewis Tayloi Ksrj. has been ap.
pointed Acting Chairman of the
Hoard of Pilotage
Mr. A. W. Hun!, 2nd Clerk,
ColonialSecretarys Department haa
been granted sixty days vacation
leave of absence.
Mr. C. P. Bethel, 3rd Clerk in
the Colonial Secretary* Depart-
ment has been appointed Acting
Second Clerk in conjunction with
bis own duiies.
R. K. Duncombe Esq., Registrar
of Records has been appointed
Acting Coroner for the Island <>f
New Piovidence.
I he Commissioners of Cherokee
Sound Abaco, and of Hope Town,
Abaco have been appointed Chair*
men of the Local B >ardsof Health
respectively.
Section 22. of The Liquor Licen.
cies Act 1913 to wUirh the attention
of Secretaries of Clubs is drawn, is
published.
Mess.s George T. Smith and
James M. Rahming have been aps
pointed, on probation, Teacher-
under the Board of Education.
Bay Street between Parliament
Street and Bank Lane will be
closed to traffic on Monday 15th
between 6 a. m. and 6 p. m.
Tenders are invited for the pur-
chase of Guinea Grass on Govern-
ment House Grounds until Wed-
nesday 17th.
Noticelis given that the roads
ronnd the East end of this island
are under repair and certain hills
are being cut down.
Tenders are called for until
Thursday 25th.
"Torepairand remake road in
Mackey StreetSouth of Shirley St
J>
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
September.
10James Adderley Breach
Cab Act 4s. or 5 days.
Tbeophilus FowlerBreach Cab
Act4s. or 5 days.
Raymond SandsBreach Street
Traffic Rules 2s. 6d.
11Herbert MarshallUsing
profane and indecent language in
Street:2s. 6d.or 10 dajs.
12 Samuel A. YoungFound
drunk in street5s. or 4 days.
Janier SymmonettDrunk and
Using profane language instrest
5s. or 4 days.
13Campbell AdderleyBreach
Health ActDismissed.
Chas. Fernandez -Breach Health
ActAdjourned to 20th imt.
Moses PattonBreach Stree
Traffic Rules12s. or 10 days.
J
COMMUNICATED.
An enjoyable stag party was given
last evening at the home of Mr.
Willis H. Bethel in Dowdeswell
Street in honour of his 38th birth-
day.
The Boys assembled at 8 p. m.
and spent the evening pleasantly
at games and music, refreshments
adding to their entertainment.
Among those present were
several of Mr. Bethels former col-
leagues with whom he is a great
favourite.
The music was ably rendered by
Mr. A. H. Meallett of Inagua, the
chief selections being "The curse
of an aching Heart" and "You
made me love you."
CABLEGRAMS
September 17th 1913.
London, 15.The station bjild-
ings at Kenton, near Newcastle,
with all their contents, were des-
troyed this morning by the "Arson
squad" of the militant suffragettes
London, .5.By command ol
King Geoige, Cyri'l Maude, who is
?l


r
'1 II E T R I I'- I' N t
to s;iil soon for America, gave a
spri ill performance of The Head
Master" at lulra >ral to-night.
London, 15 C treat iSrit.1 :n is in
danger of liaising ihe trade of
Soutli Africa to the I mted St ites,
according to a dispatch fiom
Johannesburg, unless the kings in
junction "Wake up England be
responded to with more vigour and
enthusiasm commerciallyi
A special agent of the United
States Department of Commerce
is making an extensive tour for the
purpore of studying and repotting
to his government on the cotton
goods markets of the countrias of
the world.
London, 15,President Wilson
is the subject of ;,n highly appli-
cative article in yesterd i\s I ones
finch declares 1I1 it Ihe passage of
lie tariff lull through the senate is
lecisive tribute 1.1 tiir efficiency
in ins leadership.
President Wilson i gradually
Binparling to the Amer can fnr.fl
lof government a smoothness
IMlld Jllcxibility it had Intlieito
lacked.
London, 15.The "Black coat
ed" worker made his liist demon-
ItratiOD in Hyde I'.i:k tail after-
noon in favoui ol trades unions,
following tallies similar to ihoie
adopted by the labourer and niti-
san who were holding meetings
nearby.
I he participants were .ill t'leiks,
representing a great va.ietyof em-
pluyment.
Durham, Lug, 15.Sii Edward
Carson, lender of ihe Llstei Un-
ionists said in a speed) here to.
night that Ulster would nevei
all melon tlie principle lor which
she had fought, that of L nig gov
erne.l by an imperial parliament,
with an executive responsible to
that 'parliament.
This statement wm mole with
reference to the proposal ol Lord
l.nreliurii, that a confeience be held
between the gieat political par-
tics.
Sir Edward said tint the very
pioposal showed that thinking
fljen were beginning to realize the
itv of the situation.
City, IS-One hundred
including a number of
I children, refugees from
reported to have
ill.- hands of rebels
Img overland to Sal-
orities there decline
onsibility ol send-
heir rescue, fearing
Is might commit
ke Jefugees which
fit be avoided,
A
W \NITED.
I
FRESH FLYING FISH
Will pay 6s. for same.
SANDS.
Photographer,
Hay street, City,
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN,
M WOOL IN and GUI I'VK.
Pianos tuned and Repaired.
Orders token for Prh xtt
Entertainments.
67 West street.
Excursion to
Harbonp Island
and BLUFF.
KY IHE
OLD KM LI VM|.R
MOIOK III 1 v I "VIM."'
\ 1/MICH will leave K .wson
VV Square a 1 10 p.m Saturday
September 20, for the above ,,l res
I. vmg Harboui Island
at 4 p.m. Sunday, jim
lor I'dtilT, i' lurill ig to
Mi ssau, M md i\ 13'id, '\
5 a.m. Round I rip 8s.
Passages must he
hooked hv no.hi
on Situ day.
Further p irticulars sei
1 pi, Louis Lous
or W. Hall.
Refreshment', will be on tale,
ANOTHF.R SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Just Received 1
WILI IAMS
I HE SHOFM\N
I las JUHl add' d to hia alie idy
larva mpplj i" the line,
I uglish ;ind Ame-
rican I runks, Eng-
Iish ainK.\iiirf i an
Dress "mil Cases
(noine ol u Inch are
m.oh' 1 'f < (>uipies-
fihre.)
Kit Bags Sfltchela, \tt iche%,
ami toiled Linen bags !
puces more mteiesting ihui
ever.
Persons 011 |he eve of
u ivelling ill do
well 10 vi-it this De-
partment and make
.1 select 1011 now.
WILLIAM-1
WHOLESALE aNU RETAIL
DEPARTMENT.
277, 270, Itay-stieet,
Nassau, \. I'.
Wi; would it Min all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on 1 ,nd an intensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
l'ii o-fiPtee our hraud to !> made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout,
Ih'se Cigars are manufactured > oui premises by skilled workmen
and urea I pains are taken to produce an article ol superior quality,
The success we have met with m the past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage ot connoiseurs
|. L. SALNDERS ft Co.
Ki\ Street,
FOR RENT.
IIOUSE on last Bay Street, al
1 present occupied by '' '
Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st.
August.
/.nply to.
WAITER K.MOORE.
FOR SALE.
A LI. thai Lot of I md situate
i~\ in the Southern District ol
1 in' Island ol Ne y I' ov.deuce and
bounded on the Noittl by tin- pio
pel ties of .I. is. |ih \ lylllT, \ lex.lie lei
Kille and < cerl on (inter ini the
South hy a lam..... the Last by laud
ol |ohn Hleven and on the \\ e-t I'V
I md of Ruth W.igbt.
AI.M .
ALL that lot of land situated
in the Southern suburbs of (lie
City ol Nassau and bounded the
N01 th by land belonging to the
l.stife of t'i I ite S il iin Kl Sweet-
ing de< eased, on the S iuiIi by
tweeting Street on the East by
L.ist Street and on the. Wst by
Ian I tii property of John fejood-
man, which lot ol I Hid is Situited
in a B.....I locality and suit tide for
building lots.
For particulars,
Apply to
R. W. PRirCHXRD
Any .-at-Law.
Japenco
SANI I \KV W VSIIAHLR
PAIN I
m I'd-: MIXED V Mil WAFER.
In While, liiey,
Pink and < iieen.
7 lb. I ins at }s. 6d
Prefix Enamels
,\S >\< ill) (1LOUI0
in I ins at Cd.
1-.. iv rjd 2s. 611.
Star Vacuum Flasks
IN TWO SIZES
PINTS AND QUARTS.
I'or Nile by
CIIAS. E. ALBURY.
FOR SALE.
THE Building hack ol Steam
Riding Gallery 38x38 feet lo
he removed, apply to Eachary
Taylor 8 and 10 Market St.
Fresh Just Arrived
O
NION SEEDS from TenerifTe
and all oilier Vegetable Seeds
A I TOO ILS.
444 Bay Street.
CLEARANCE Sale.
A s William*' the Shoeman is
/\ about to 1 ika a change in
in il put of Ins business known as
VY1I I IAMS'
NOVI I.I V STORE,
jj 1 Ka\ street,
He will ' ring the next
THIK IV DAYS
re.-itly red i.-.'l pi ires the entile
Mock. Colisi-lll g I f a I
vai lety ol ite u, ill (Si.......i I
Merchandise such as
Ladies Fancy tt I
Black an I Navy Blue Skirt,
Iloiisehol I nici -.....* and Cook*
ing l'ie 1.1 . |' incy Article*
suitable f n X nas and Birth-
day Presents ftc. &c.
COME A\l II Wh \ LOOK
IO LAY, and
spend from 3d, In \ to jjre it
advantage .it
Williams'
Novelty Store
321 Bay-street, City
GrPSftt Reduction
IN PRICES OF Sewing
Machines
During the month of
August I am offer-
ing then Bargains.
"New National" at i .is.
"Ideal" at \ as.
C-IA5. E. ALBURY,
FOB SALE
II OI'SL and Lot on West S|_
I f..r particulars apply to \\
I'.. I lean or Michael U'y,in, rtj \V.
132 St. New York City.
NO I ICE.
'"T~*HIS is to inform my Patrons
1 and the Public in ( n'lii'i h I
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anythinj in the line of
General repair or new work Horsa
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
i\ A. tluyler,
4 Hay Street East (Wharf)
1


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