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I HE TRIBUNE •tecutioa of Ins duty in Bay Street —Sentenced to a months imprisonment with hard labour, I-1 i. Morley Inciting Thenphp Ins Davis to resist Constable Thompson while in tin execution of liis duly — Sentenced t" one. months imprisonment. Alonzo Feniander—I, Drunk and using profane language in street — ios, or in days II, Assaulting .. Constable—Cor. P ual Smithwick while in the execution of Ids duty on same occa ',D'. ni 25 ( Ins duty—Due months impi is, irunent, 14—Eustace Johnson, and Matilda Morris—Fighting m sireei — I Rch 1111 < d 12s. or 14 d ivs 1 1 1 1 I-! 1 ( i ai Itiei Breach Street I raffle Rules 5-. I is, Wilson["In owing stones in street I hsmissed, 15—Charle* Lee Drunk in jS. or 4 H \-. Win. Lundj — Drunk in streets' 1 I !. "i .( 1I.1 -. II, Using I>H lane and indecent language on same occasion—9s. 6d. or 8 da>S I lezekiah lii impson, nnd I ieo Fernander —Fighting in streetFined respectively 17 and 6d. or and £"1.01 2 1 (I 1J s Js. Rolle Es ape fr.iin lawful Custody at N'tcolU l'ow 11 Amlrns —Sent for in il at ih* pres -1 %  ( session of the Supreme Court, on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad plunged through a trestle near MatieLine, Mississippi, this after* noon. C till EGR \\h 1 i tuber .'.'a I 191 ,. I ondon, 211 —-pi nk ing at n .it Liberal meeting in Manchester today \\ inston Churchill, |in behalf nl tin gnvi 1 nuent mad.H specific offer to (.ie ni ny nf H ye irs 'Naval I lolid iy," n herein both nations wou re." (•> halt the construction ol battleships. Widespre id ii •• %  esi w is nrou In the prop is il, and much signifi Cance isnttached lo tie) iffer winch j was made while he \\ns discussing tli* naval exp nditures off 375 000. 000 1 year an 1 warning the nation of th<* inev'tabl) lieavj increase in 1 armaments if the rivalry continues, Vienna, 2 . — Ml the Canadian raci1c Iv' nlwn\ Hge 1 ies in Vus. tri 1 were cl wed and scaled to lay liv couil < %  < %  ]!' %  s -mi' ;v -, bringing the rom)anv's business practically! to a stand I Ii' 1 it, IVII 1 was ) on a chare "! helping \n-'• %  1 II1.1 evade mi • %  ry s 1 vu • %  >. e.iiiKMtiog to dm da without p 1 --]i.rts, is not 1 1 w cd out on bail. Met idian, Mississippi, 1 Twenty snldieia wenkilled and i more than one hundred persons | were injured when a special train Mexico, 20. — Wiih the elections a week off and the assurance of three candid, tes in the field for the presidency, there appears to be little interest on the part of the general public as to who trium| Washington, 20.— Anchored in I lampton Roads eat Iy in iqitwill be th' greatest international il<—t evei L'a'liei.'d in AnieriSkin wi lers, assembled in answer to the invitation nf 1 he United States %  v '1 n%  In 11 In!irale the completion %  •f the Panama Canal bv marking a voyage to the Pacific through the new waterway. The ''\n 1 ilatenfthe ren l*zv ius probably will !><• Renounced with HI 1 he next t v mo ii London, so — The outstanding feature of yesteidays MM.SI.HI House con/ereu % %  n 1 the hi'th rat decline was 1 he ana uno ment bv the national council U •< 1 he pi motion of public moral*, bv which the conference had he*n called In arrange foi 1 rommitaion "To in. quire into the social, economic, and racial significance %  f ihe f. 11 ing birth rate, an I 1 su fge t w mediea," FRESH JUST ARRIVE A N extra l.ar :• %  orim ml of llolid iv Cnk %  d (.'. in indirect from 'be l'..'. 11 su'h -ii W I". would iform all who appreciates r,(.od Sirmkc that w ryi*l Ii ive on b >nd an extensive SJock of II AV \\ \ t'lCIAK's. V ] guarantee our brand tn be made oftthe finest Havana and Smiinli Wi ippers, an.I Havat n Idlers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured ,>ul nn premises bv skilled workrfl nnd greal pains are taken to produce hn article nl soperioi quality, The SUCCeSS We have met With ill thrpast leads uuiilideiitly toc\|>ecl the patronage of connoiseurs. J. L SAL'NDI RS & Co, I'.av street. Now is the time to Buy! Aunt Hannah's DEATH DROPS I %  1 %  1 Vi p n 1 a •_'' %  of lei in Ike >> HI 1.1. Guaranteed to do ill work quicker than other, 11. ies not s'.i m or inji;re any fabric. I'ui up iii combination spout cans. \r\ 1 11 \\\ \'s Roacli Powder I lie MI -I 1 (tractive ;aue "ii lire 1 Put up in patent nkli r-top can islets \ I T H ) I E'S East Hay Street. Iv' in.' (W M IN' d **as )ur I )..i ling Drxie PI in' nil n Our I In'. •, j ,i,(., differ en I Mixed Caki %  • • %  •• 1 ei Hi Mixed Candies .,1 |S Cls |i"i di Also Ihe fulIn %  %  in I rkages Ht 6 ds. Raisin rookies, (). ['. |'jes ,-.r d I 'Il IWvil -. Ill .. le nil. I]i| I I. e.| III (||| 1 I 1 v'. A I ion I IN East II iy M111. Sen. "Winifred M." S AILS f..i MIWII. Fla. FRIDAY. OCT. j|, 1913 For Passage or Freight Aoply to WALTER K. MOORE. Maiden Trip New Three Masted Schooner CORINTHIA W ILL leave \ sau for Jacksonville, I'l 1 about the 10th November. If sufficient inmeni nffen will touch al Miami 011 the w iv up, for Freight 01 Passage Apply to T. ti. JOHNSON, Oct. IS, IO t( \. ; e,,'. Notice. 'l"i : > • Ito remind the Public I oi tin i). 1 MI ( N s 1. Hint's Joiner >hop T isi |(.iy Mreet, ' %  ii 11 n unikn the Man • nl I \M!S A. EVANS CON I U'AL VOH A.\l JOINER Hand made Coffins oi every descriptinn, I am prepared to IJIV you excellent work. Beat of refer' n 1 -. for turning etc., see 11-. \V'( guarantee to satisfy you and an confident that we can suit vol.. F RESH FRl'II Just Rcceiv.. per S \ Seguranca" S. Inn; nl Reasonable Pi ices v 1/ — Peaches Pears. jL'abfiirnia ( i rapes. KingAppleji. at [AS. I. SAUNDE RS. &. CO. TnE WORLDS JUDGMflNl 11. .ikes |)owi rful the name STANUARi) ENGINE. HORSJ KORSALE I N l 1 1 ci an! 11 nai Vpply, II. 1 RUSSELL. I le Shamrock" I • > Streel t ity. ELEC i Rll I IV. I I OCSES, I'm-inesPI 11, s nnd 1 and Chun lies u ired. I'mi. tracts ial.en fm m\ large l>uildiiig. Electric Motors, Fans, \l ignetos, I ions, etc., repali ed. Skillful \utomubilt and Mo| 11 Engine repairing, A Chauffeur if required I > any one. Mechanical Pipe Fitting, All work satisfactorily done in a in innei p. -, M | thp ni'ist Critical, A Ides, II. |l. I. \| \--, )\, P. (>. Itox (,,. or |*i iluine' ( Iffii e. !*:• Mpyd'b Kegisiei sho^ lbp .ii 1 of the inajiH %  nl : lie S/rlUi/clKlJ gu 1 ran tee is tlu* S/.mtiard Motor Construction Co ,171 Pine St., Jci-i \ City, N. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Nassau, N. P. Aient for the Bahamas, W, \. MATHTER INDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and (he Public thai he has just received a complete outlu n| facilities for the busiin-.ol all Un-j dertaker, which places bun in a' position in carry out Punerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patrona^ Cut my Prices first and prove that tbey are the very lowest for first class work. r ii



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en o 7) V) CD r. s 0* Nulllua addUtus |uri\re In vcrba manlslri. Being bound to toenr to the Dncm&a if no Master, VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. October 22. 1915 No. 279 l.F.ON I I'M II %  %  pHKICI 8 n M \ Itl Nas IU N I*. Ii PUBLISHED \l idaj, Vedtu •iuglecopj Tuesday. rhi le c|>i ikh lo-ithh ) : | I( h UHV"..U feat 1>JY\''I IN M VI. BrtUinv R itei Six f..i l:i i i • I I • %  n ; tlnr < %  •! %  %  t it -ii: ;i iiinlrr .— %  I I I'lu'iujli the fiiiirrrsy %  •" i i 1 1 . < I I >•• ret Ii v v in pnMi-.li ttic* follow in f"i tininf irniii i)f dti [if < lei %  • %  I',..llama'. No, i %  I i itl 0clol ei 10,13 With reference t y despatch \n. 88 of 6th. s>ptejiihr I Ii iv< honoui i" infi! II: yi u ill it the i 'ii tilting iiignre>rs have made ,-II rangements with Mi A. I lavclock i,.-,, ||| !• ngii i eli cted I" repin i mi the qui si iju "I the prop •id improvenu nl iinur III ilu Colony .it tli" beginning nf ty>cemh< i htcarr) nut tin" liei — 1 1 v iiiv esl i:;;iii'iii' I liiivf etc, Sd, L HARt OUHT. (', vrni'ir (,. B. ll.i.Mn.i-Siiiitli Eq C.M.G. 4c. b 6*. J We have ii mi good authority tli.it the Chamhtst "f Commerce Ims recommended tlte government tn II ri'pt t lie invitation of M S*ri \ lapi nnd O'Na ol New Ynt i ; m reproduce the Bahamas exhibit ni the Canadian Exhibition in their ihow windows during the ante Christmas season. The coat will be £*i 25. Tin* government lias accepted the offer and Mr, Chipin.in will probably leave for New York by next steamer. \ I 1.1 le Mark Conference will soon ne belli iii London to which the l ', dm man ( ha mhei of 'ommeree has been in vile I t> sen I ,, repi ""sent itive, S iej Shorter !• ,,|. ol I i'ii. I,ir Inbeen requested by the I be it< sent ; 1 \ |l v 1 I cuiif %  : We •" %  reli iblt informed 11> it Mr. Leonard E Je 1 isonmei t. J.imes Ross, and Clarence Johnson -Having in possession 17 lbs brass nails reasonably suspected of being stolen and failing to account Satisfactorily how they came In tbesame—-cut' n> ed toonemontl Imprisonment each and to rei m strokes with a tamainul rod Oil their admission and 10 on their discharge. Tbeoplnlous Davis—Assaulting and beating Constable No 42 — Jerome Thompson while in the _L


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Nulllua addUtus |uri\re In vcrba manlslri.
Being bound to toenr to the Dncm&a if no Master,
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. October 22. 1915
No. 279
l.F.ON I I'M II
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pHKICI 8 n M \ Itl
Nas iu N
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PUBLISHED
\l idaj, Vedtu
iuglecopj
Tuesday. rhi
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lo-ithh
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UHV"..U
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1>JY\''I IN M
VI. BrtUinv R itei Six
f..i l:i i i I I n ; tlnr
iiinlrr
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I'lu'iujli the fiiiirrrsy " i i
11 < I .....I > ret Ii v v
in pnMi-.li ttic* follow in f"i
tin- inf irniii i)f dti [if < lei
I',..llama'.
No, i
I
i itl 0clol ei 10,13
With reference t.....y despatch
\n. 88 of 6th. s>ptejiihr I Ii iv<
honoui i" infi! ii: yi u ill it the
i 'ii tilting i- iignre>rs have made
,-ii rangements with Mi A. I lavclock
i,.-,, ||| ! ngii i eli cted I" re-
pin i mi the qui si iju "I the prop -
id improvenu nl Nassau, t'> iinur iii ilu Colony .it
tli" beginning nf ty>cemh< i htcarr)
nut tin" liei 11 v iiiv esl i:;;iii'iii'.
I liiivf etc,
Sd, L HARt OUHT.
(', vrni'ir
(,. B. ll.i.Mn.i-Siiiitli Eq C.M.G.
4c. b 6*.
J
We have ii mi good authority
tli.it the Chamhtst "f Commerce
Ims recommended tlte government
tn ii ri'pt t lie invitation of M S*ri
\ lapi nnd O'Na ol New Ynti;
m reproduce the Bahamas exhibit
ni the Canadian Exhibition in
their ihow windows during the
ante Christmas season. The coat
will be *i 25. Tin* government lias
accepted the offer and Mr, Chip-
in.in will probably leave for New
York by next steamer.
\ I 1.1 le Mark Conference will
soon ne belli iii London to which
the l', dm man ( ha mhei of 'om-
meree has been in vile I t> sen I
,, repi ""sent itive, S iej Shorter
! ,,|. ol I i'ii.I,ir In- been requested
by the I be it< sen-
t ; 1 \ |l v 1 I cuiif :
We "" reli iblt informed 11> it
Mr. Leonard E Je ti I the use 'if one 01 tWiI acre-'
of ground at the Botanic Station
I'm 1 he experimental cultivation of
. HI mns.
.*
It is verv satisfactory to Be* that
ih- sidewalk on the north side of
Mnrlborouzh st. between Cumber-
land and F Teeming Streets is being
1 nncreted,
.*
Messrs V'ouvalia 'v Co. Sponge
hanti ire erecting on R iy
Stn t W, 1 et ii n Pitl and Au
mi-ia Streets n ware, hoiwe dwell"
ing and n lhat is one
hundied and fiftj feet long by thir-
ty feet w
I I e I. S Johnson Co. will receive
pi'i Mail Fteamer "Seguranca" to-
morrow 26491 ites "f pine-apples
frnrn Havana which "ill keep the
factory running for a few dayf,
The R ! Concert will be given
at the Library I ireen lo morrow
evening ; t s 15.
! he Seimoner "Julia Elisabeth"
sailed this morning for Miami with
passengers.
The Mail Ste mar "Vigilancia"
steamed for Mexico this afternoon.
The Motor "Franca* E" left lor
Miami this morning with the fol-
lowing pi- tengers
Missi a l 'tie 1 lolbert, Roaatta
SvniHiiett.Hennett a Sands, Madeline
Malcolm,and Blanche Smith; Mas
dame* Olivia Farrington, Klt/h'tetli
Wells, Savalita Main, Eatbei
Charles, Sirah Sands, Retella H.
Chubb, Evelina Davis, Violet Mar-
shall, Lavinia Fox, and Celesta
Hepburn,
Messis Charles lliggins, lien
i.i nin Brown, Gustavus-Ritlharford,
Peter Wills. Henry Wills, Moses II.
Williams. Wilder Perpall, Wil-
liam Nolle Alexander Russell,Wil-
liam Thompson, Matthew A. Daw*
kins, GranVille Bo we, Austin Main,
joshua Bullard, Zach. Curry, Wil-
fred Clarke, Joseph A. Knowles,
Al 1 im Nottage, Robert Nottage,
i s 1 lei I, 1 larold I lilton, Stai
Pinder, Horatio Pinder, John Pin-
der I imothy Rolle ; Robert Arm*
brister, Hezekiah Sands, John W.
Hall, Richard Deveaux, Simeon
Charles, Hilary Gibson, McGregor
Knowles, Elisha II. Nottage,
Samuel Davis, Charles Hal?, Ed-
mond Symonett, VTHberl Sands,
Crispin Cooper, Jamas A. Shard-
low, Joseph Sturrup, Fan bert
Davis, David Rolle, SistiaThomp.
son, Stanley Sweeting Wilfred
Smith, Lewis Smith, Fawi'
Fox, Aloi SO Knowli B, A II). it (ilm-
ton, John A. Knowles, Edward
Samuel Cates, Samuel
Rahming, Solomon Rolle,JNeheroi-
ah Thomas, Vdam 1). Il-phum,
John E. Collins, James Patton,
|ohn H.Johnson , Marshall (75)
*
1 ai lv 1- six o'clock yesterday
evening, a cow wa< being driven
through the city, down Market St.
soon after, another COW was.linen
up Market Street.
A 'side-walk vendor" was on her
way to Hay Street with a pile of
hei wares on her head,when being
frighteoed by the cow, she stumbl-
ed nnd her cake, and fried fish, and
so on, were all tumbled in a heap
in the great loss,
Who i responsible. ?
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
o. tobei
13 l.mma MrKenzieI.arcenv
,f 2 silver spoons ami 1 silver folk
value a, the|goo Ii and chattels of
II. (i. Malcolm 3 months im-
l > 1 isonmei t.
J.imes Ross, and Clarence John-
son -Having in possession 17 lbs
brass nails reasonably suspected of
being stolen and failing to account
Satisfactorily how they came In
tbesame-cut' n> ed toonemontl
Imprisonment each and to rei
m strokes with a tamainul rod Oil
their admission and 10 on their
discharge.
Tbeoplnlous DavisAssaulting
and beating Constable No 42
Jerome Thompson while in the
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I HE TRIBUNE
tecutioa of Ins duty in Bay Street
Sentenced to a months imprison-
ment with hard labour,
I-1 i. Morley Inciting Thenphp
Ins Davis to resist Constable
Thompson while in tin execution
of liis duly Sentenced t" one.
months imprisonment.
Alonzo FenianderI, Drunk
and using profane language in
street ios, or in days
II, Assaulting .. ConstableCor.
P ual Smithwick while in the exe-
cution of Ids duty on same occa
',d'. ni 25 Granvilie HepburnInciting one
Alonzo Fernantter to resist mid im-
pede Corporal Smithwirk while in
the execution <>( Ins dutyDue
months impi is, irunent,
14Eustace Johnson, and Matil-
da MorrisFighting m sireei
I Rch 1111 < d 12s. or 14 d ivs
111 1 I-!1 (iai Itiei Breach
Street I raffle Rules 5-.
I is, Wilson- ["In owing stones
in street I hsmissed,
15Charle* Lee Drunk in
jS. or 4 H \-.
Win. Lundj Drunk in street-
s'1 I !. "i .( 1I.1 -.
II, Using i>h lane and indecent
language on same occasion9s.
6d. or 8 da>S
I lezekiah lii impson, nnd I ieo
Fernander Fighting in street-
Fined respectively 17 and 6d. or
- and "1.01 2 1 (I 1J s
Js. Rolle Es ape fr.iin lawful
Custody at N'tcolU l'ow 11 Amlrns
Sent for in il at ih* pres -1 ( ses-
sion of the Supreme Court,
on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad
plunged through a trestle near
MatieLine, Mississippi, this after*
noon.
C till EGR \\h
1 i tuber .'.'a I 191 ,.
I ondon, 211 -pi nking at n
.it Liberal meeting in Manches-
ter today \\ inston Churchill, |in
behalf nl tin gnvi 1 nuent mad.- h
specific offer to (.ie ni ny nf h ye irs
'Naval I lolid iy," n herein both
nations wou re." (> halt the
construction ol battleships.
Widespre id ii esi w is nrou
In the prop is il, and much signifi
Cance isnttached lo tie) iffer winch j
was made while he \\ns discussing '
tli* naval exp nditures off 375 000.
000 1 year an 1 warning the nation '
of th<* inev'tabl) lieavj increase in 1
armaments if the rivalry continues,
Vienna, 2 . Ml the Canadian
raci1c Iv' nlwn\ Hge 1 ies in Vus.
tri 1 were cl wed and scaled to lay
liv couil <<]!' s -mi' ;v -, bringing
the rom)anv's business practically!
to a stand
I Ii' 1 it, IVII 1 was
) on a chare "!
helping \n-' 1 ii- 1.1 evade mi -
ry s 1 vu >. e.iiiKMtiog to dm -
da without p 1 --]i.rts, is not 1 1 w
cd out on bail.
Met idian, Mississippi, 1 .
Twenty snldieia wen- killed and i
more than one hundred persons |
were injured when a special train
Mexico, 20. Wiih the elections
a week off and the assurance of
three candid, tes in the field for the
presidency, there appears to be
little interest on the part of the
general public as to who trium|
Washington, 20. Anchored in
I lampton Roads eat Iy in iqitwill
be th' greatest international il evei L'a'liei.'d in AnieriSkin wi lers,
assembled in answer to the invita-
tion nf 1 he United States " v '1 n-
In 11 In!irale the completion
f the Panama Canal bv marking
a voyage to the Pacific through the
new waterway.
The ''\n 1 ilatenfthe ren l*zv ius
probably will !>< Renounced with
hi 1 he next t v mo ii
London, so The outstanding
feature of yesteidays Mm.si.hi
House con/ereu ' n 1 the hi'th rat
decline was 1 he ana uno ment bv
the national council U < 1 he pi -
motion of public moral*, bv which
the conference had he*n called In
arrange foi 1 rommitaion "To in.
quire into the social, economic,
and racial significance f ihe f. 11
ing birth rate, an I 1 su fge t w
mediea,"
FRESH
JUST ARRIVE
AN extra l.ar: orim ml of
llolid iv Cnk - d (.'. in in-
direct from 'be l'..'. 11 su'h -ii
WI". would iform all who appreciates r,(.od Sirmkc that w ryi*l
Ii ive on b >nd an extensive SJock of II AV \\ \ t'lCIAK's. V ]
guarantee our brand tn be made oftthe finest Havana and Smiinli
Wi ippers, an.I Havat n Idlers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured ,>ul nn premises bv skilled workrfl
nnd greal pains are taken to produce hn article nl soperioi quality,
The SUCCeSS We have met With ill thr- past leads u- uiilideiitly toc\|>ecl
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L SAL'NDI RS & Co,
I'.av street.
Now is the time to Buy!
Aunt Hannah's
DEATH DROPS
I 1 1 Vi p n 1 a _'' of
lei in Ike >> hi 1.1. Gua-
ranteed to do ill work quicker than
other, 11. ies not s'.i m or in-
ji;re any fabric.
I'ui up iii combination spout cans.
\r\ 1 11 \\\ \'s
Roacli Powder
I lie mi -I 1 (tractive
;aue "ii lire 1
Put up in patent
nkli r-top can islets
\ I T H ) I E'S
East Hay Street.
Iv' in.' (W M IN' d
**as
' )ur I )..i ling
Drxie PI in' nil n
Our I In'. , j ,i,(., differ en I
Mixed Caki 1 ei Hi Mixed
Candies .,1 |S Cls |i"i di Also Ihe
fulIn in I' rkages Ht 6
ds. Raisin rookies, (). ['. |'jes ,-.r d
I .....'Il IWvil -. Ill .. le nil. I]i| I I.
e.| III (||| 1 I 1 v'.
A I ion I IN
East II iy M11- 1.
Sen. "Winifred M."
SAILS f..i miwii. Fla.
FRIDAY. OCT. j|, 1913
For Passage or Freight
Aoply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
Maiden Trip
New Three Masted Schooner
CORINTHIA
WILL leave \ sau for Jack-
sonville, I'l 1 about the
10th November. If sufficient in-
meni nffen will touch al
Miami 011 the w iv up,
for Freight 01 Passage
Apply to
T. ti. JOHNSON,
Oct. IS, IOt( \.;e,,'.
Notice.
'l"i :> I- to remind the Public
I oi tin i). 1 mi.....(N. s 1.Hint's
Joiner >hop T isi |(.iy Mreet,
'" ii 11 n unikn the Man
nl
I \M!S A. EVANS
CON I U'Al VOH A.\l JOINER
Hand made Coffins oi every des-
criptinn, I am prepared to ijiv
you excellent work. Beat of refer-
' n 1 -. for turning etc., see 11-. \V'(
guarantee to satisfy you and an
confident that we can suit vol..
FRESH FRl'II Just Rcceiv..
per S \ Seguranca" S. Inn;
nl Reasonable Pi ices v 1/
Peaches Pears.
jL'abfiirnia (irapes.
KingAppleji.
at
[AS. I. SAUNDERS. &. CO.
TnE WORLDS JUDGMflNl
11..ikes |)owi rful the name
STANUARi) ENGINE.
HORSJ KORSALE
IN l 1.....1 ci an! 11 nai
Vpply,
II. 1 RUSSELL.
" I le Shamrock"
I" > Streel t ity.
ELEC i Rll I IV.
II OCSES, I'm-ines- PI 11, s nnd
1 and Chun lies u ired. I'mi.
tracts ial.en fm m\ large l>uildiiig.
Electric Motors, Fans, \l ignetos,
I ions, etc., repali ed.
Skillful \utomubilt and Mo| 11
Engine repairing,
A Chauffeur if required I > any
one.
Mechanical Pipe Fitting,
All work satisfactorily done in
a in innei p. -,M| thp ni'ist Critical,
A Ides, II. |l. I. \| \--, )\,
P. (>. Itox (,,.
or |*i iluine' ( Iffii e.
!*:
Mpyd'b Kegisiei sho^
- lb- p .ii 1 of the inajiH
nl : lie S/rlUi/clKlJ ,
gu 1 ran tee is tlu* S/.m-
tiard Motor Construc-
tion Co ,171 Pine St.,
Jci-i \ City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, N. P.
Aient for the Bahamas,
W, \. MATHTER
INDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and (he Public thai he has
just received a complete outlu n|
facilities for the busiin-.- ol all Un-j
dertaker, which places bun in a'
position in carry out Punerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patrona^ Cut
my Prices first and prove that tbey
are the very lowest for first class
work.
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