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V T %  %  • • 1 In' trial p i -ilt-.l. I „e ; .......i. rcuiuit ;i verdict >f < iuilty, i t v. i I irei a I. I'lie Court sentenced the pri 12 months imprisonment with to haul labour. The Couit Adjourned to 2 3 rr.. P. •GOVERNMENT NOTICES,' 1 113 \. K. Solomon Esq. has been ap pointed an acting member of the Licensing Authority. Patrick Henry Burns Esq. has been Appointed Superintendent of Tele graphs and E lee ti teal Engineer, Miss Ethel Fanington, Clerk. Mr. Ray Kingtbofy Moore, ()|.erator, on Probation. Mr. Theodore George Kerr, Massenger. The following have been appointed to the new ElectHca I I.— Hon. G. II. Johnson, Chairman; C. E. Albury, I, B. Curry, (tempo rary) R. H, Currv, C. Menenrh /, I).'.-. D Mo-el, y and R, W. Tui tie, Esqs. The I og Authority will sit on Thursd IJ 16th. Timothy Culmer Esq. has been appointed, temporary, a membei (he King. of the Hoard of Education. 1 vers thin The r given al u.e I 8 15 tomorrow evening. r Atexanders Kxuma ( ) <{ 15 The Editor, The Tribune Dear Sir. \\ r hud • • pleasure today of opening the II ill of the Alei mfhe members of the society 82 in number a*s*mbled, and on the ng 0 f (he bell at the Hall. marched in procession to the Hall ne we that love th< I rd." ., the soci< tj had all been led, tli : d poblic as II vited li "' 'he I lall was soon filled 1 ufl icati >i one ms la i. The cerein-iij is ti 'gun \\ \ rnl e...I I • d Society here today said that he report* I disco vi ry rl ,< Cotitin lit 500 mill s north ol A-ia, I true vould be the lasl great disc very 0 land. They pronounced .t the most I important %  !' %  > irj in the Arctic (.'in le in tin last century. :: IRSE FOR SALE N Good condition, tpply. J. RUSSELL. In Shamr Bay Street City. Shingles l)V "Come Christian 1 1 others" Mr. A. Small then a Idn meeting, m text ."' n f*, "' "' Brotherly Love continue" and "jesus Christ the m yesterday and lod iy, and foi ever." The closing h) HIM was "Part in 1 The membt Ik '•' procession and marched away, and hef n' dispersing iod S ive Messina, 13.An earthquake Besl No. i Hearl 5in.Cyi was felt here Today. Il cau d much s .Shingles a I $9.60 per llmualarin hut no serious dama %  I he latest accounts of the diiasiei to the steamei Vollurno confirm that the loss of life ; will be limited I" ab dred and thirl) sand bundles I liscounlon lot of ovt r %  Special Price ut one lain. nf the res ;ils "" '"''I' % X I lie Lai :i ^ '" tne res. cueing ships 1 ach the burning 5m. Cypress al efi arriv d off Queenstown thousand oi 20 bundles, lias %  : to the price made possible by a ven lirect to Fishgale, gum I P ,1 nil pleas in:. Mr. (i. A Moncur h 1bean nom. inated a Trustee of the Public Library, Green Turtle Cay, Ab 1 1 Jury List for IheOctobei Sessions Frederick North, John Augustus Eneas, Joseph Nicolls, James! beo. dore Farrtngton, Adam Nicolls, Clarence Thorpe Farrington, Frederick Newton, Howard Hullen Farrington, Louis Dun lop Neeley, James Fernander, | %  Na) lor, I larold I 1 rn indei, I leni y Most) P, Wil iam I' Fountain,' Edward Mos< ej, Jamet I rench, Francis Mortimer, lb my M. Frith. Edwin Labron Moore, Sr„ Caleb Gibson, I imes I leni \ 1 Minus, I 1 mcis < iibson, Samu I Mil Bertram Carlton rte Glanville, I Ig it Minus, Hai ry 1 ilinton, Ch 1-. Mesa, Arthur Stan If) Grit, John Mi Kinney, William A. 'irist, Herbet A. McKim 1 j, Percy Ilerbett \. McKnm \, Pen \ Robert Hall, l ivid liigustus Mi Kinney, I hnmas 1 lall, Samuel (It is Mi (iregor, Roberi S imuel 1 lanna, William R, H mna, Percy Mexander Hanna,William Henry HandsFrance, Lab. come Mama, Cicoige I lanna. James Germany Maura, William Harris, Idw lid Maura, Charles llemy Haven. Charles Matthews, Fdwin l liggs, I eon,ad Mather, ii orga I lanklin Higgv' _____ V |OHN IEA I I SMI I'll. I London, 13. —The Right Ion, I Ale.X., I:,I. I I 1". I 1 id \t\V> I |tOl li;,s been appointed Lord Pn sident of the C< urt 1 f Sessiot I In* will m ci ssilate B lection in Linlithgowsliiie for which constituenc) the 1 ord \d\ I bis seat in the h mseof commois. large pun 1 Fresh sto k arriving 1 • k. C C. SAUNDERS. i, N. P., "' I 1 'Li 11 don, 1 i Redm ind, | the I ish N'ai onalists, .' lean'rule ..'' % %  In.iiv, if unallei il Ij against the \\ in*ton Spen* ,• r ( liurcllill, in bis speech at Dundee last w< k, ili ;i1 J settle Mc SWEENEYOn I ida) •' ' h 'S Gasoline CAHLF.GR \MS Octobet 15I Paris, 13 Halt million i'"> w.ns g niiered HI I ullerii i d and 1 I '" %  l''' ,L s iw the start of the bal efoi the inti mat ion il aeron utii 1 up. i ireal Britain, the Ui iti I Stl< s, Heleium Auiria, s,\ 1!/ 1 land M en: lepresen led* An Entertainment CON'ISI ISG 1 1 Songs, Drills, Tableaux, Dialogues, &c Will be glve\j by the Scholars of W'csloy Sundny BoitOOl .11 ib.j Schoolioom On WEDNESDAY n*t l*h ioi. Doors opened al 7 p.m. Adioikslon: Adulis> hd. and Is. Children half prico. The Public ure cordltvlly iovllod. I ii inns i in (iallon Deliver I J. P. Sands on arrival "Frarw es E." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. CALL Cash on I lelivei s. t;. L'. SAUNDERS. ptenil • i,. Sch "Winifred M. r \!i.< r.n MI \MI, i O I-KIDW. OCT. -l. i I ; or Freight Aoply to WALTER K. MOORI Uniontown, P -nna, i | Plans bnve : plei (Jrdii atnin in xl Werli Pi iy of 1 mi inumenl to ( Hraddock m the mountain* in ni here, mi iiuiient b.e i en pi iced on tl t of l be I. s English ( i"nwho was buried where be fell in the battle With the Indians in T CRESH 1 I* %  s NO I ICE i RU| r |ust Re v d %  %  i" s King at Reason ible Pi ii es vii i %  hes Pears, ('.i.l... ni.) (irapes. King \| pics. at Aenres. JAS, I SAUNDERS. & CO. goarantee to I )i:t. 8 li I913Notice. IIH to 1 Mil 1 the I'u' lie o( the Old Stand (N.-\ Elliot's j Joiner Shop I is) H-^ Si I which iS now mi lei 1 lie M in incut of I MES \. EVANS CONTRAC IOR AND IOINEH 11 md made \ offins of every des cription. I am pn pared la K'^' you eirellent work. Beat of refer. For tut nine etc.. see us. Wl satisfy you and an confidi nt that we can suit )


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r~ • rpp. —c o o SO C0 rs 0) Nullivjs addictos jviruro in verba m.j',istri. fii-i I\I; bound to iiwrar to the Dogmas >f no Mivsiet VOL. X. N.V.SIM. N. P.. Bahamas, W'cdnesdny, Oclober 15. 1913 No. 27 ^ LEI IN I-. II l.l u ( II, • M PlOPIIlTOI OKi-i n ,., M \I:KI T JTBWM I \. I'.. I. >, i1 \ %  f, il. I'M I |{ PI BUSHED DAIL> '•i %  %  %  •' I ii %  r' I %  rumdaj r i i da] an • I %  •ingle co| i ... n! "V ikl) 4 i'l Moitlil \ > i i 'nli Half Yr..rl* Veal IV ldPAYAHLF IN \ i\ AAdi rii • R ici --iv pence pei line f .i •: • lion : threi %  ii %  • : ami one |wnm | ei line foi • insertion* Advtrti i iM.ti mi'ii-i i i |t. I lie \ ii M in ll ig is f ying al half irml ai the .,;. I Colonial, in I will be S' fur thirty diys in ii, HI. mi ui Mr, | R Pa ro t, Presi ilr 'i >l the IInrida I %  %  I loasl II..ill Co who die I M in lay night 13tIi i j* Rev. C \. 11 in • %  tiled on Sal II: l iy IIhl ( • An |( '. [si ind. •f ii toner "Winifred M. \li urn fm \ is. ui tn-d.i We lnc*<* We would remind our Readers of t ie E iterta it A' Isey School in i n ihisetem ..* IN nil'. MAGISTRATES C IURT let, i. l.il HUM l K mwles— Drunk on Marko Wii >rl ,-. w -i days, II, I.nil shooting ui Mime <••'-""> 7*. "i J imes M.ij i of paii nf trousers value %  p : %  %  i Ii and i battels nf I. on,,ui I'urnquasl I I s li l--,' I Ethel New bold —Csin.. ahu*ive langu ige to vards Constable I Bethel m execution of Ins duty— v. or 4 days, I ieo. Davit— Breach St. 'I raffic Rules 4s. James Perpall -Using profane langu ige in sight and hearing of persons in St. — 16s. or 14 days. Win. Henry—Using language toward Ann Yi >u to a 1 reai Ii of the pe 10 1 'quired to be bound in Ins own rec ail c in £$ to keep the pi .ire fur 3 months .-iii(J*p'iv 4s. G<1 costs "i -' weeks mil lent, I Isa I 1 I Si Ivia 1 1. liter Assaulting and bextingLlewellyn iismissed. \l ilachi Roll* Bre ich p mge and lurtle Fisher.ij s I 1905 — Fined £ 1 and 1 I to repay 5s, io \V. li. \ 11 1 I1 mil proofed on I'm which inhad signed. In il fault one moni liim prisonment. i Ro| [ f 1 mil I 1 u 'ui rusto in i.,| in Supreme Cu I •Vine Smith \ saultin. %  and •; •'.; 11. in ui Polle : ,s. and bound in In 1 mi n rri ognizan, 3 month Sarah "Miller lining la tow ,1 i|s Sarah I 'uni nnbe in public *t. ;it Sandil mils Vill I • 1 21 days Holton 11.uni 1 Assaulting %  ml libitum Joseph Evans in Ins nw n recogniz in< e in £?, to keep 1 he : for 3 mi inths, I hn M irshall Breach St. Iiaf fir Ruli s js. or 4 il.i\ Mm; ice ^ ole Si Tr if Fi Rules 2-. Sarah I 'alacio 1 1 iving in poj session a liitrli thai is dangerous and not kept undi r pi op*i 1 mtrol I Irdei made. 4. prederii k Fountain I Drunk in Street -()-, IM 8 days, II I sing ;ibu 4s, or 1 days Adam Nil-nils 11 1 i or 3 da)s. Ki 11 g I'll >mpnson an I Fredeiick Holder! — Ifirowi 1: missiles to the nf persons in 11 iy St. — Thompson fined o-. of 8 days, II ilbei 1 'is. HI ^ 1! is s. John Urgent H e ich Si. TraS c Rulesv. "i i days. Archie Armbrister— Detaining ,ni axe value 5s goods indch ittels of Rupeit A. Dean—Ordered to delivei up axe ami pay 3s costs. •IN THE SUPREME COUR I () 'tober ~s, ssions IQI 3 Wednesd iy, 15th Octobe • The Court met at 10.30 a.m. Present : 11 is II mour Dan • I 'I udoi, Esq., K.C Chief Jus) 1 the Hon. II. G. Malcolm, Esq., K, C \ Attorne) ( i eneral ; v\ I S. Cn I lender, Esq., Barris'.er .••! \ K. Solomon and Iv. W, Pritchard, Esqis, I he U tgistrar. The Provosl Marshal. Tinlist of Jurors was called. The Attorney General 6led flip following informations: The Ring vs.—I. Racli |olinson, Shapbreaking and Laiceny. II. Alexandei alias Joseph Curtis, Bigamy. III. Henry Saunders, Wounding with intent to maim, disfigure, dis ible to do s., ne L;I ie. vous bodily harm. IV, Samuel Merry, Wounding with intent *to in 11 :n, disfigure, disable, to do some grievous bodily haim. V, I limn s raylor,attempteJsuicide, VI. William Bullard, Woundup' with intent to m tim,disfigure, disable, to dn some grievous bodily harm. VII, Joseph Rolle, Esc ip Information No, VII Joseph Rolle —Escape. The pi is mei pleaded guilty. The Court sen tenced the prisoner to 2 months further imprisonment, lufm inatiou No, VI— William Bull ird —Unlawful wounding wit Ii mtrnt—was called. The accused, pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to :'; years "ith hard labour Information No II. Alexander alias loseph I'unis Bigamy --was I. The prisoner pleaded guilty, but that he did not know that the first wife was alive, she bad bean from him for 8 years. The plea was construed as not guilty. The following jury was emp melled, 11 ivrd \ MiKionoi, Ch ules II. I I iv -n, VI 1 n Micol It, Hv aid 1 1 I'.n i ingtou, 11 irold Parn indei 1 ,'• irge 1 1 inn 1, E I win Moseley, Willie F. I I 11 r 1 -. G l.l i Iward Maura, Fiederick Newton, rt S. II i HI 1, Forem in, The jurors not e n panel led discharged until i. 30 p. in. Witnesses.—Hercules liolle, Al. InI loseph, Henry A. I'oitier, Geo. S. Dean, Blanch* Thurston, Alias Curtis, I


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Nullivjs addictos jviruro in verba m.j',istri.
fii-i i\i; bound to iiwrar to the Dogmas >f no Mivsiet
VOL. X.
N.v.sim. N. P.. Bahamas, W'cdnesdny, Oclober 15. 1913
No. 27 ^
LEI IN I-. II l.l u ( II,
M PlOPIIlTOI
OKi-i n ,., m \i:ki t JTBWM
i \. I'.. I. >, i1 \
f, il. I'm i |{
PI BUSHED DAIL>
'i ' I ii
r' I
rumdaj r i i da] an I
ingle co| i ... n!
"V ikl) .......4i'l
Moitlil \
> i i 'nli ......
Half Yr..rl*
Veal IV ld-
PAYAHLF IN \ i\ A-
Adirii R ici --iv pence pei line
f .i : lion: threi
'ii : ami one |wnm | ei
line foi insertion*
Advtrti i iM.ti mi'ii-i i i |t.
I lie \ ii M in ll ig is f ying al
half irml ai the .,;. I Colonial,
in I will be S' fur thirty diys in
ii,hi.mi ui Mr, | R Pa ro t, Presi
ilr 'i >l the I- Inrida I I loasl
II..ill Co who die I M in lay night
13tIi i
j*
Rev. C \. 11 in tiled on Sal
ii: l iy ii- hl ( An |( '. [si ind.
f
- ii toner "Winifred M.
\li urn fm \ is. ui tn-d.i We lnc-
*<*
We would remind our Readers
of t ie E iterta it A' Isey
School in i n ihisetem
..*
IN nil'.
MAGISTRATES C IURT
* let, i. l.il hum l K mwles
Drunk on Marko Wii >rl ,-. w -i
days,
II, I.nil shooting ui Mime
<'-""> 7*. "i
J imes M.ij i of paii
nf trousers value p : i Ii and
i battels nf I. on,,ui I'urnquasl
I I s li l--,' I
Ethel New bold Csin.. ahu*ive
langu ige to vards Constable I
Bethel m execution of Ins duty
v. or 4 days,
I ieo. Davit Breach St. 'I raffic
Rules 4s.
James Perpall -Using profane
langu ige in sight and hearing of
persons in St. 16s. or 14 days.
Win. HenryUsing language
toward Ann Yi >u to a
1 reai Ii of the pe 10 1 'quired to be
bound in Ins own rec ail c in
$ to keep the pi .ire fur 3 months
.-iii(J*p'iv 4s. G<1 costs "i -' weeks
mil lent,
I Isa I 1 I Si Ivia 1 1.liter
Assaulting and bextingLlewellyn
iismissed.
\l ilachi Roll* Bre ich p mge
and lurtle Fisher.ij s I 1905
Fined 1 and 1 I to repay 5s,
io \V. li. \ 111I1 mil proofed on
I'm which in- had
signed. In il fault one moni li- im
prisonment.
i Ro| [ f 1 mil
I 1 u 'ui rusto in i.,| in
Supreme Cu I
Vine Smith \ saultin. and
; '.; 11. in ui Polle :,s. and
bound in In 1 mi n rri ognizan,
3 month
Sarah "Miller lining la
tow ,1 i|s Sarah I 'uni nnbe in pub-
lic *t. ;it Sandil mils Vill
I 1 21 days
Holton 11.uni 1 Assaulting
.ml libitum Joseph Evans
in Ins nw n recogniz in< e in ?, to
keep 1 he : for 3 mi inths,
I hn M irshall Breach St. Iiaf
fir Ruli s js. or 4 il.i\ -
Mm; ice ^ ole Si Tr if
Fi Rules 2-.
Sarah I 'alacio 11 iving in poj
session a liitrli thai is dangerous
and not kept undi r pi op*i 1 mtrol
I Irdei made.
4. prederii k Fountain I Drunk
in Street -()-, im 8 days,
II I sing ;ibu towards Const idle Rethi i while
in the execution of Ins dutyis.
or 1 day.
Jabez K .1 h Dru ik in St.54,
or 4 days.
1 1 1 Preston Br< ach St. I*raffic
R11 lei
Wm Johnson !>
4s, or 1 days
Adam Nil-nils 11 1
i or 3 da)s.
Ki 11 g I'll >mpnson an I Fredeiick
Holder! Ifirowi 1: missiles to the
" nf persons in 11 iy St.
Thompson fined o-. of 8 days,
II ilbei 1 'is. hi ^ 1! is s.
John Urgent H e ich Si. TraS c
Rules- v. "i i days.
Archie Armbrister Detaining
,ni axe value 5s goods indch ittels
of Rupeit A. DeanOrdered to
delivei up axe ami pay 3s costs.
IN THE SUPREME COUR I
() 'tober ~s, ssions IQI3.
Wednesd iy, 15th Octobe
The Court met at 10.30 a.m.
Present : 11 is II mour Dan I
'I udoi, Esq., K.C Chief Jus) 1
the Hon. II. G. Malcolm, Esq., K,
C \ Attorne) (ieneral ; v\
I S. Cn I lender, Esq., Barris'.er .!
, \ K. Solomon and Iv. W,
Pritchard, Esqis,
I he U tgistrar. The Provosl
Marshal.
Tin- list of Jurors was called.
The Attorney General 6led flip
following informations:
The Ring vs.I. Racli |olin-
son, Shapbreaking and Laiceny.
II. Alexandei alias Joseph Curtis,
Bigamy. III. Henry Saunders,
Wounding with intent to maim,
disfigure, dis ible to do s., ne l;i ie.
vous bodily harm. IV, Samuel
Merry, Wounding with intent *to
in 11 :n, disfigure, disable, to do
some grievous bodily haim. V,
I limn s raylor,attempteJsuicide,
VI. William Bullard, Woundup'
with intent to m tim,disfigure, dis-
able, to dn some grievous bodily
harm. VII, Joseph Rolle, Esc ip
Information No, VII Joseph
Rolle Escape. The pi is mei
pleaded guilty. The Court sen
tenced the prisoner to 2 months
further imprisonment,
lufminatiou No, VI William
Bull irdUnlawful wounding wit Ii
mtrntwas called. The accused,
pleaded guilty. He was sentenced
to :'; years "ith hard labour
Information No II. Alexander
alias loseph I'unis- Bigamy --was
I. The prisoner pleaded guil-
ty, but that he did not know that
the first wife was alive, she bad
bean from him for 8 years. The
plea was construed as not guilty.
The following jury was em-
p melled,
11 ivrd \ MiKionoi, Ch ules II.
I I iv -n, VI 1 n Micol It, Hv aid 11.
I'.n i ingtou, 11 irold Parn indei.
1 ,' irge 11 inn 1, E I win Moseley,
Willie F. I I 11 r 1 -. G l.l
i Iward Maura, Fiederick Newton,
rt S. II i hi 1, Forem in,
The jurors not e n panel led dis-
charged until i. 30 p. in.
Witnesses.Hercules liolle, Al.
In- I loseph, Henry A. I'oitier, Geo.
S. Dean, Blanch* Thurston, Alias
Curtis,
I


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1 In' trial p.....i-ilt-.l.
I e ; .......i. rcuiuit
;i verdict >f < iuilty,

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' irei a
I.
I'lie Court sentenced the pri
12 months imprisonment with
to
haul labour.
The Couit Adjourned to 2 3
rr..
P.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES,'
1 113
\. K. Solomon Esq. has been ap
pointed an acting member of the
Licensing Authority.
Patrick Henry Burns Esq. has been
Appointed Superintendent of Tele
graphs and E lee ti teal Engineer,
Miss Ethel Fanington, Clerk.
Mr. Ray Kingtbofy Moore, ()|.era-
tor, on Probation.
Mr. Theodore George Kerr, Mas-
senger.
The following have been ap-
pointed to the new ElectHca
I I.
Hon. G. II. Johnson, Chairman;
C. E. Albury, I, B. Curry, (tempo
rary) R. H, Currv, C. Menenrh /,
I).'.-. D Mo-el, y and R, W. Tui
tie, Esqs.
The I og Authority will
sit on Thursd ij 16th.
Timothy Culmer Esq. has been
appointed, temporary, a membei (he King.
of the Hoard of Education. 1 vers thin
The r
given al u.e I
8 15 tomorrow evening.
r
Atexanders
Kxuma
()<{ 15
The Editor, The Tribune
Dear Sir.
\\r hud pleasure today
of opening the II ill of the Alei m-
fhe members of the society 82
in number a*s*mbled, and on the
ng 0f (he bell at the Hall.
marched in procession to the Hall
ne we that love th<
I rd."
., the soci< tj had all been
led, tli......: d poblic as
II vited li "' 'he I lall
was soon filled 1 ufl icati >i one
. ms la i.
The cerein-iij is ti 'gun
\\ \ rnl e.- ..I
I
d Society
here today said that he report* I
disco vi ry rl ,< Cotitin lit 500 mill s
north ol A-ia, I true vould be the
lasl great disc very 0 land.
They pronounced .t the most
I important !' > irj in the Arctic
(.'in le in tin last century.
:: IRSE FOR SALE
N Good condition,
tpply.
J. RUSSELL.
In Shamr
Bay Street City.
Shingles
l)V
"Come Christian 1 1 others" Mr.
A. Small then a Idn
meeting, m text ."'nf*, "' "'
Brotherly Love continue" and
"jesus Christ the m yesterday
and lod iy, and foi ever."
The closing h) him was "Part in
1
The membt Ik ''
procession and marched away, and
hef n' dispersing iod S ive
Messina, 13.- An earthquake Besl No. i Hearl 5in.Cyi
was felt here Today. Il cau d much s .Shingles a I $9.60 per llmu-
alarin hut no serious dama
! I he latest accounts
of the diiasiei to the steamei Vol-
lurno confirm that the loss of life ;
will be limited I" ab
dred and thirl)
sand bundles
I liscounlon lot of ovt r

Special Price
ut one lain-
. nf the res ;ils" "" '"''I' %X
I lie Lai :i ^ '" tne res- .
cueing ships 1.....ach the burning 5m. Cypress al
,efi arriv d off Queenstown thousand oi 20 bundles, lias
: to the price made possible by a ven
lirect to Fish-
gale,
gum I
P
,1 nil
pleas in:.
Mr. (i. A Moncur h 1- bean nom.
inated a Trustee of the Public
Library, Green Turtle Cay, Ab 1 1
Jury List for IheOctobei Sessions
Frederick North, John Augustus
Eneas, Joseph Nicolls, James! beo.
dore Farrtngton, Adam Nicolls,
Clarence Thorpe Farrington,
Frederick Newton, Howard
Hullen Farrington, Louis Dun lop
Neeley, James Fernander, |
Na) lor, I larold I 1 rn indei, I leni y
Most) p, Wil iam I' Fountain,'
Edward Mos< ej, Jamet I rench,
Francis Mortimer, lb my M. Frith.
Edwin Labron Moore, Sr Caleb
Gibson, I imes I leni \ 1 Minus,
I 1 mcis < iibson, Samu I Mil
Bertram Carlton rte Glanville,
I Ig it Minus, Hai ry 1 ilinton, Ch 1-.
Mesa, Arthur Stan If) Grit, John
Mi Kinney, William A. 'irist,
Herbet A. McKim 1 j, Percy
Ilerbett \. McKnm \, Pen \
Robert Hall, l ivid liigustus Mi
Kinney, I hnmas 1 lall, Samuel (It is
Mi (iregor, Roberi S imuel 1 lanna,
William R, H mna, Percy Mexan-
der Hanna,William Henry Hands- France, Lab.
come Mama, Cicoige I lanna. James Germany
Maura, William Harris, I- dw lid
Maura, Charles llemy Haven.
Charles Matthews, Fdwin l liggs,
I eon,ad Mather, ii orga I lanklin
Higgv'_______________________
V
|OHN
IEA I I
SMI I'll.
I
London, 13.The Right Ion, I
Ale.X.,I:,I. I I 1". I 1 id \t\V> I |tOl
li;,s been appointed
Lord Pn sident of the C< urt 1 f
Sessiot I In* will m ci ssilate B
lection in Linlithgowsliiie for,
which constituenc) the 1 ord \d\ -
I bis seat in the h mseof
commois.
large pun 1
Fresh sto k arriving 1
k.
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Children half prico.
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