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F I T I H£ I R i B I N E ing from ther.f er-t&ectsof an it ion fin app ndicitis per* I" med in K)io Bi d lie lias '1 !n Like Ins bed to undergo I tie itment. Shingles B • No. i Heart 5111. Cypn ss Shingles at $9.60 per thouIKI of 20 bundli ] h'scounts on lotsoi 5t. 26, 1913. NOTICE H A V! \ (', been appointed ,\l il \ I fni M M'l.s PINK. \ITI I I I -\i FILIZ&R in t'ne Bahamas I am rjple la supply cuslomi is w illi inn' it 111 iiiufactu ncbis $44 pel tun • j 50. per I rural of New York 1 can also b an) commission I! t'ork, of dirt ei from M 1 the tame pi 1 e, I I in take any one Ing 1 In1 • suits <>h. in: l( n I lie u-e of tins V Vi 11 • lizei tivalinns in Nassa 11 which must 'HI e anyone that Mnp 1 he kind best fur the growing 1 if 11 1 \\ \l I EH K MOORE. w w ri'.u. A : ,1 \ I RF.I.I Mll.K ill Mill UR Applj by p 11 pel in il sal. ml lion Co, I.id. \Jl/'" NV ""''' 'form all who appreciate ,1 I 1 e that we n VV have on hind an extensive Stock o( II W VN'-\ CIGARS. Wa %  I 1 rtee 1 md to be made <>f the finest Havana nnd Sumatre Wrappers, and Havana I' tilers throughout, These Cisffi rare manufactured on nui premi skilled workmen and erefcl : taken to produce an nrtii le i ipei 01 quality, The success we have met with in the past leai entlj loexp.vt the pal 1 %  tiseurs J. L. SAI SI Co. 11,0 si 0E0. L. DAYIS MU^IC LKS< ? t a store which conform tlj to "re ,-u merchai it one which is made up of two d artments, No. z and No, iNOt L LJ fJd "L mCIl C duplii to time and sold under tin yslem .nui in n< 1 ordani e wil N cjualil). is where n kepi and orders for thi \ lines are duplical io tinie and sold undei tin nn p •, lem N f\ O T^ AV^O *-* w> A v> 1r s wn ; areas lov t to 40 pei <-*• ^i JLrCp-,. 11 %  biug sold at 4s. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT Baj St. Nassau, N. I'-. r



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CD IP a Isr o $ ICO Nulllua B.ddlclus Ivirnre in verbs mB-glsfH. Being bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Master VOL.X. NMMU, N. P., BaliMnRi, Monday. October 6. ^9t^ No. 264 i EON i H Dl PI I'll, I MT'iK 4NP I'HupRIITUk OKKK i H ,, aTARKRT -THEKT Not U N. ''.. I.MiAMAs. r. 11. lii.k i i, PUBLISHED l)\ll,l U unlay, Vedneday end Friday — •ingle copy ... J,I. r>irdav. I'liii.-,lav and *a-ttirday— •tagle eo|i ... ... id •Veeklv 4 jd Monthlx i> 4.I Q i*rtei I* ... ... .. it, HairYearl* ... ft Y'eany ... ... \'~ I'AYAHI.K IS Al>\'AM I Advertising Rate*: Six pence pel line for first insertion ; three pence pet line 'or second insertion; and one penny ; er line for si, . 1 IIISTI 1 s Advertisements under eiu'lit lines 4s. I he Cm iv 1 crop this ye*i has been iniiisii 1 |y M || 1II, v in 1. h s ili.it tlie Johnson Co'e F id %  < y li is not packed uny, whereas they h iv previously |)n ke I .is rti iny l2fX) Cases 111 ,, s-.l-., MI Kep'illleacti m thai the trees contain many small fruit, which .I rj> be. fore they in it 11 re, for w hi-li no one is u lablr in icc mat, The Gn 1 >a in .-. s 1 %  '. gi mvi almost entirely uncultivated, and vel ihi i€ the condition. I'he fruit is wanted is for canning purposes, and there are none 1*1 be had. j The Wesley* 1 Methodist* throughout the wo li| celebrated their cen tea iry annivers 1 y Mission u) \ tenlav. In iheit chu'che* here -u i. he services were lield Hi* Excel. Ci. li. Ha Idon-s-mitH, E-q. C.M.G with Ins Secretaiy ntteitdete in the San Francisco exposition. Stockholm, 4. King Guslaf is


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Publication Date: Monday, October 06, 1913
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Nulllua B.ddlclus Ivirnre in verbs mB-glsfH.
Being bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Master
VOL.X.
Nmmu, N. P., BaliMnRi, Monday. October 6.
^9t^
No. 264
i EON i H Dl PI I'll,
I MT'iK 4NP I'HupRIITUk
OKKK i H ,, aTARKRT -THEKT
Not U N. ''.. I.MiAMAs.
r. 11. lii.k i i,
PUBLISHED l)\ll,l
U unlay, Vedneday end Friday
ingle copy ... j,i.
r>irdav. I'liii.-,lav and *a-ttirday
tagle eo|i ... ... id
Veeklv .......4jd
Monthlx .....i> 4.I
Q i*rtei I* ... ... .. it,
HairYearl* ... ft
Y'eany ... ... \'~
I'AYAHI.K IS Al>\'AM I .
Advertising Rate*: Six pence pel line
for first insertion ; three pence pet line
'or second insertion; and one penny ; er
line for si, . 1 iiisti 1.....s
Advertisements under eiu'lit lines 4s.
I he Cm iv 1 crop this ye*i has
been iniiisii 1 |y M|| 1II, v in 1. h s ,
ili.it tlie Johnson Co'e F id < y li is
not packed uny, whereas they
h iv previously |)n ke I .is rti iny
l2fX) Cases 111 ,, s-.l-., mi Kep'ill-
leacti m thai the trees contain
many small fruit, which .Irj> be.
fore they in it 11 re, for w hi-li no one
is u lablr in icc mat,
The Gn 1 >a in .-. s 1 '. gi mvi
almost entirely uncultivated, and
vel ihi i the condition. I'he fruit
is wanted is for canning purposes,
and there are none 1*1 be had.
j
The Wesley* 1 Methodist* through-
out the wo li| celebrated their cen
tea iry annivers 1 y Mission u) \
tenlav. In iheit chu'che* here -u i.
he services were lield Hi* Excel.
Ci. li. Ha Idon-s-mitH, E-q. C.M.G .
with Ins Secretaiy ntteitde service at Trinity Church in the
morning, when the Rev W II.
Blehy pre irhe I. In connection
with their celehi ition, ,1 united
meeting ol the Sunday School* w n
hel.l ai 4 p.m. in Elteneser Chun h
The sfniiYMv.....all well Attended
throughout ilie .1 ly, I'he Rev I..
Simpson preached in Trinity
Chinch in the evening;, whan spa*
cial singing wai rendered by the
CI......
j
Since the Street Scavenger, is
making art effort tn keep our streets
so beautifully clean, and the
Sanitary Inspector, with the aid
of the C". M. (). is urging inhabi-
tants In clean up and Keep clean,
their back yard we w aild suggest
that the lioard of Health take up
1 he question of the Bay lots, espe-
cially those ;idj K-en t 1 the Sponge
Exchange, and have them pul in
order. Don't let us have things
li ilf done, do i' properly and
thoroughly.
"Palmvilla," at ihe corner of
Bay Street and Victoria Avenue, is
engaged 'or the season, to Com
modore Laurence.
I lie premises are being improv
ed, and refuted for the new ten-
ants.
Tliis is not the Commodore's
first visit. He was hereabout ihree
seasons ago, and liked our climate
so wvll that he is returning. To
I ouie once, is to come again.
I*"
I he Schooner "Louise !"" arrived
from Harbour Island last night.
This is the first of the Horbour
Island fleet In resume the Miami
Irade, In a iliy or two, thev will
be reaving the harbour, where
II ey h ive been laid up, and over
haul-"' during the Hurricane se?-
son. I'll'- place presents a vast dif-
ference, with all the vetselt at
l.o in', as compared to when I hey
are all out on vovages.
J
The J. S. Johnson Co. is expect-
irg another consignment of Pine.
apples from II.nan l, Cuba, this
week. I his is the f until lot, since
the season closed from local fruit.
J
The Warehouse Committee are
steadily at work now. They will
meet agaffl this afternoon. We
hope soon to hear their recom-
mend 11 inns.
IT*
Til- Muket wharf looks good
with its new conrreie pivement.
J
Parliament Street sidewalk is
i : torn to pieces, preparatory to
laying concrete.
CABLEGRAMS
Havana, 1.The supre ne court
to day rendered a decision against
the Cuban Ports Comp mv, declar-
ing that the action of Piesident
Menocal in anulling the Company's
confessions was not unconstituti-
onal.
The majority of the bonds of the
com pan) ate owned by British
subjects.
Eagle Pass, Texas, 4. An inter-
national quarantine probably will
be declared hv American authori-
ties here within the next twenty
four hours, owing to the spread of
smallp ix in Piedras Negras, Mexi-
co, across the river from this city.
Washington, 4 President Wil-
son signed the Underwood-Sim-
mons tariff bill at q:oq o'clock to-
night at the white house, putting
into operation the first democratic
tariff revision since 1894.
Louden, 4. The Albanians are
falling back all along the line says
the Daily Telegraphs Belgrade cor-
respondent.
After desperate hunting the Ser-
vian troops have entered St ruga.
The el image done bv the Albani-
ans is enormous. Belgrade is confi-
dent that the rebellion is over.
London, 4. The English news-
papers to-day devoted much space
to the passage of the tariff bill.
I he Chronicle says :
" I he president hai sought for
and won a policy ol genuine
be 1 reform. It marks an epoch in
the ec 'iiomic anil political history
of the United States Ihe nation
bohllv asserting its mastery
over the interests that were nearly
throttling it, Ins made an irrepar-
able bieach in the monstrous tarflf
Wi.'l wh'di they had reared.
For president Wilson tin: pAM Ig4
of the new tariff is a great person-
al triumph. N'o more remarkable
man has reigned in the White
House since Abraham Lincoln."
London, 4. Director General
Skiff ol the Panama Pacific Expo,
ition departed from London yes-
teid iv aftei a secret visit lasting
ten day* in the course of which he
cot.lened with |.mminent English
financier* and bu snessmen, It is
learned that Dr.sk ff received gre.it
encouragement and that the govern-
men I will anon rec insider its deci-
sion not to particip >te in the San
Francisco exposition.
Stockholm, 4. King Guslaf is


F
I
T
I H I R i B I N E
ing from ther.f er-t&ectsof an
it ion fin app ndicitis per*
I" med in K)io Bi d lie lias
'1 !n Like Ins bed to undergo
I tie itment.
Shingles
B No. i Heart 5111. Cypn ss
Shingles at $9.60 per thou-
ikI of 20 bundli
] h'scounts on lotsoi
5 Special Price
hi cheap* r grade also
5111. Cypress at $6.72 px r
thousand of 20 bundl- I
price made possible by a \
large purchasi.
Fi to k arriving evi
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
iu, X. I'..
& |>t. 26, 1913.
NOTICE
HA V! \ (', been appointed
,\l il \ I fni M M'l.s PINK.
\ITI I I I-\i FILIZ&R in
t'ne Bahamas I am rjple la supply
cuslomi is w illi inn' it 111 iiiu-
factu ncbis $44pel tun
j 50. per I rural of
. New York
1 can also b
an) commission
I! t'ork, of dirt ei from
M 1 the tame pi 1 e,
I I in take any one
Ing 1 In- 1 suits <>h.
in: l( n I lie u-e of tins V Vi 11
lizei tivalinns in Nassa 11
which must.....'hi e anyone that
Mnp 1 he kind best
fur the growing
1 if 11 1
\\ \l I EH K MOORE.
w w ri'.u.
A: ,1 \ I RF.I.I Mll.K
ill Mill UR Applj by
p 11 pel in il sal.
' ml lion Co, I.id.
\Jl/'"- NV""''' 'form all who appreciate ,1 I 1 e that we n
VV have on hind an extensive Stock o( II W VN'-\ CIGARS. Wa
I 1 rtee 1 md to be made <>f the finest Havana nnd Sumatre
Wrappers, and Havana I' tilers throughout,
These Cisffi rare manufactured on nui premi skilled workmen
and erefcl : taken to produce an nrtii le i ipei 01 quality,
The success we have met with in the past leai entlj loexp.vt
the pal 1 tiseurs
J. L. SAI SI Co.
11,0 si
0E0. L. DAYIS
MU^IC LKS< ? PI \Nt*\ VI d.l\",
M\Ni)()l IN I GUI1 \K.
! IC.
"T^l II- 1 my P itrous
1 and tit Public iu ienei n I
that I i 'I my Pi i
Black S and am 1
ready to d< in the li
Piano and Repaired. Geneial 1 n new work Hor
Shoein \ Ml worl
Median
P \. riuylrr,
4 I'. 11 |Sl Wharf
Pi
BARGAINS AGAIN!
W'V
At Williams Wholesale and Retail
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
LLIAMS THE c-HOEM A N':S place of business ; n>t a store which conform tlj to "re
,-u merchai it one which is made up of two d artments, No. z and No,
iNOt L LJ" fJd "L mCIl C duplii to time and sold under tin yslem
.nui in n< 1 ordani e wil N cjualil).
is where n kepi and orders for thi \ lines are
duplical io tinie and sold undei tin nn p , lem
Nf\ O T^ av^o *-* w> a v> 1r 's wn' ; areas lov t to 40 pei
<-* ^i JLrCp In this latter department 1 right!) termed
BARGAINS
Thisqui Hi some. In what way is this No I .uncut maintair.ed? Phi answei is simply
this. The Pi i mgh an Agent who kiwi vho have failed in bus..... low prices
warrant th s great discount en regular prices. He also buys portions of thr; of stocks
id Boots and Sli 1 liavi been in '' fire (as was 1 ion) and thest an old ai prices be-
yond competition.
In rd 1 that these methods of business may be d 1 oust rated Williams the Shoeman specially in-
his patrons and the publii generally to call and 1 hers tilt following" Bai'g tins : he is
just in receipt of per last steamei 160 pairs wo's. whitt Can I .w Pumps. Kegular price 8s. ii.av being sold
i',K\ Sm'ili' Button Ox. riesios.no ig sold at Os 75 pairs wo' Pat. colt a strap
slippers Regular Price 1 - now being sold at 8s. 125 | lirs M n I an Call Button Ox l"ies 11 i. now being soul
at 1 Colored Canvas Lea. sole Ox. Ties (>-,. 11 biug sold at 4s.
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
Baj St.
Nassau, N. I'-.
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