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I i M ir R i ft u i! i NASSAU Bargain House Are Recen ing by in : •, '.. • 1 ^ large supplj .",1 Nev, g i i BLANK ILANKETS. A IRE \ I I! irg mi Lot of \ Wool Blanket! ioi.. 3i., i6s. and £\ e ich. 1^" \ere bought a much %  than the m irkel value an I are t bargains ai 11-pri< , i Case "f Fine Corsets, d •">m n English m inufacturer at -'%  to6s, a pair. i C %  I lie' an I Men Waal I 1 •'"; It nice by the B ito.li x "t. I. ..lies' Winter ,,f the invitati m From tin Unil ". '; om '•'%  '" 4" 4*. ol -A irA Bargain in Ladies' H lacU Hr>* I „!.;„<, ... .... .I.,....„I. .i. -qi London, aa.—The V Ami Waller H, Pd la nese Vmb iss idi H sts of honour at ti"' n i gui banquet here to-night. Tin company ii Salbo p, 1 1 "l Bi isaj. !' %  \ in|i'.ln 11 R .1 vi I ', in 1 .. j toasting the memory "f Nel .1 ihe necessity ol Great Britain maintaining I lie t no keels in one" his ihs'i In'f in the possibility "I %  holiday. \ T j\ >rm all who l '">•'• ,!i; '* we "'• VV h %  nsive Stock of II \VVV CIG IRS. We intee-our brand to be made of Ihe fim I fuiMiMcrum III.IIMI ... w. IIWW %  ' %  Wrappers, and I I* vat-a Kilters throughout. ,,f icture %  :|,(i w< n( %  • iken to produce n art iilit; The success we ha' vith in the past lea iitlyto urs I. L. SA1 NDI i. • Jl Co orkmen y. %  aIv toexpei I in Ladies \\ i < %  <>-> Is m Mai New Yoi I he Right II f ," new i — i > i 11 lioo Is in Maiquisette, Voile, Man \ : ,, . r „.,ai 1 : & %  I GK it Britain, told the About : : Prints, also go ietvduri i Cottoi .1 es, Cretonnes,Ac. %  • '• %  ,i' Mosquito Nets at i eol about to yai A. F. MOORF. hurst. Maiden Trip CORINTHIA W ILL leavi N • for JackROW ; 'he 10th N '"""' '"• will touch at Miami on the % % % %  ay up. Poi F reighi oi P Apply to T. G. JOHNSON, Oct. 18, A Shingles it No ill arl >in. Cyp Shingli a1 $ i Qd ol 20 bundli 1 discounts on lots of i Now is the time to Buy! Aunt Hannah's DEATH DROPS ... nf ; in i • • ,.. • Pul Up : \ I %  \ I I I \ \ \ %  Roach Powder [ %  I all IK H R SAI i. I \ ..in ,. HI \pply, II. I UUSSI l-L. "I'll F s. "^ if. a nia ( %  I.ui the United %  lity to Mrs. %  1 F luir %  I in^; / I |A\ L. S.-M II R\ &. I Ir.K tto: IVDGMEN1 me STANDARD ENGINE. W ishington, i %  M I Sit Edw-ird Grev. !h British tier co I Attitude "f Great Bril i n in M Ihe American nn nt, it i< nol entin y I 1 i with the Briti eminent* policy, admin jnu particul irlv the rl'Cln that nothing .,1 II icy. FRE ^H JUST ARRIVED i shingles. Special Price also on rheaper grades also 5in. Cypress ai $6.72 per thousand oi 30 bundles. 1 Ins price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every w • 1 k. C. C. SAHNDKU Nassau, N. P.. .; SALI H OUSE and Lot on W< si St foi p irtii ulai '" M I i 15 W Si N 1 rk Crtv. A N Mia Lai %  """"'it ol Hotid,i) 1 1 • 0I duect hcHti Ihe I ictorj such ni R M inli IW Mixed ()nr 11.11 ui'.; Dixie Plantation Our Itybovand 5rthei different MIXI • l"' 1 "' M,s ..„.. .,1 ,s cts |.-II) Al— UW following Calws '" I'arkiu'-<•' jets. Raisin Cookies,O. V.V ; Lunch I'i%  '• ' *•• I ills. M lOOTE'S I'n v Ml '. ELI I 1*1 I IV. I I I -., I'.ii-m. [-,;,. • il. <• on-i., is taki nn Mol I I,..1 -. It .. i'i"' d. Skillful Vutoni ibitc and Mot it Engine rep 111 mil ,\i n,, y Mechanic il I'M"' '' 'ttnE. Ml work -.iii-l.a't.iiiU done in 1 ,,i inner t•• -an ihe m si run. il. \ 1 he** n. 11. I. M \-> ()S -. p. O. II ..r 'I'i ihuni Lloyd's i\ %  l hls r 11 y. k of iht 1 17J 1' ( St., Jen 1 I ty.N. .1. CHAS. E. ALBURY, N.i ui, N. P. Ihj Bahamas. RLN I". [ I ( )\ SK mi I a-t \\ i) Si J 1.1 ... ni .1 rupied by B. P. Sum up l-.sq. UOSM'SM..II '.;ivrn 1st. ••IS'lv tn. WALT1 U K. MOORE Nc:: T illinnd ihe I' o[ the Old Si S.S. Elli 'I : i'. ] win. Ii is now undei the M 111.ail of I tMES x EVANS lONI RAC I'OR VNP JOIN 11 llc | made ' offins of ever) des criptton. I am pn pared lo ptivi you ex< ellent wotk, Bei 1 ol r< I'ur turning etc., ice us. ^\' ,,,,,.,. ,,, j ,tisfy you and an coufiden! that we can suit yoi W. \. MATHER 1 NUF.R 1 4KF.R D ESIRES 1 > inform Ins friends nn d Ihe Pul lie tit ii he has just ,c '"" l "' foi ihi h isines* "I an un. which places him in a position in in' "nt Puneth may be 1 l s tyste n and %  ; itch ; nd res| futly solicits theii patronarf Get m> V,,, 1 s Bi i and prova thai they ihe very Ioweal for nrtt cla ik.



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Cft O 143 CO 6 •eH a 5 Nullius ndditlus |\irnre in vcrba mivHislri. l)cir\K bound lo swear to the Uujm&i if rto Master. VOL. \ Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Friday. Oclober 2*. 1913 No. 2H:a ; I ,'l' H N I ( II. i PtUPBIBTOI %  T STRBR1 I'.. I. I • %  A II ISr EH DAILY. M uday, V \H i ll %  1.1 Hi |l ) i tei It r i; l'V\i.|.i • i I.I I'.I\ — i 4i'l •4'1 |fM v HWANTF. n ..m rti ementj %  Si • i ..• ii i' T .(•) line jindei eiirht Una I %  P ill • %  J nd 8 ive a ap >l Coill I is' lllj; I In I In ;.' ,.] ll. turn • i i popu > ns ii !ing the March, "Kiker l-'nrdiicli," the I itermez* >. "Hiots Kas'and Ihe C.ke W„lk Uiile l< istus Sk.itins P.,i iv" \ Cowardly a..;lt vv as tn upon Mi. S. A, Diliet I ist ni-lH, aftei lhe !'. HI I (.'..hivir, on tin Librarj Glpen. M I >' let while having the rh.iiis taken aw iy was siltuij in conversation vaftli Mr, Edward R. Stuiri when aMone was thrown with '-'I" ii i iri .mil struck ilia rli.iir 1111. MI vvllfch he w is silting lilt splinters spiking n pi in Imp lib jumped\>p ,,t oi.ee HII I HN ,I K< HI 1 c, f men moving in Sliii ley Street, <t a revolver ?' 'I he group w.i-' en h> di 11il | just ;i little e isr of the library, I c i HI around I ha went si,h% %  ] ihe Iibrai v an i s i w the group ;ii the cornet o( l',,,h imeni Stree l*o .if which i, HI west ward iy along Shirley Street and three turned down Parliament Street one of these, Brlcc, Mr Dillei caugbt In.1.1 o| and demanded what he meant by throwing the stone at hint ; Itnce denied thisnnd said lie uou'l not do sued a thing. The Mail Steamer "Seguranca" Ma \ York this i,i,.m with li.e fullo.v, iu pas gcrs. Miss M ..y Mosele) ; Mrs. Lon / Sawyei ; Hon Dr. .mil Mi-. A. 11 il He; Me-srs .1 lii B i' Hugh 11 iley, 1 %  •tin Alt ed, prank Hn in III i W .Iter K. Moon IN THE MAGISTRA1 KS COURT (I I || : l6 I -. Mill, r I, Loud shouting I.I street — I ii-'iu--'I. 11, Lining profane mid indeci I langu igeous aim i i I me I 15-. 14 i y* in i' ..,..,,,.,.(• ,i|.t ,!,',. \ s i — Malim i i id M.iii helonious lv r.-rir. Silvei SpoiillS ami i Silvei I' irk i due i\goo. Iand chattels of II. (' %  \l", colm IM then knowing the ime t" h ive been feloniously stolen—I ism t I Clarence Fern in ler, and Hilda BoweUxing i..,.;,, ig e j n ,1,,. hearing ..I persons in the neighbout hood ton aMa I h uldeus S I'ella and Virgini i so vella [his wife) lending to u breach ..f the Iface. inmothe III 1 > fr i lenis I Ueinona I ishei i hec i ne> bound in her own recognizance m £$ I r the appe trance ol the I tefeiidents il c 11 led upon months %  nd paid 5s. costs ol prosecution, I liMoii .\.-IIM, Ideal It sponge nnd I'urtle Fisheries \, 1 \. t ,3 I' .tied iS,. in,.! -,| [., rs p |. IM. 6 I. lo ig ni and pro .• % % %  I on Sloop Speed for, "he Ii ii first signed In default of ,,,iipli,i M ,-,. months imprisonna ni. \ llOnj I Hill I'ne.K-ll Spn: and I mile Fisheries \ 1 1 , ini'iii hi, J mi's \',--'iitt--Lar.env of one open boat value £j, the prop. "i Stuart Rac—6 months, 17 Austin Williami—Illtreating a .1 >g JS, II, Having in possession a g in without h st ohtainu',1 license to do MI —3s. i s Melvin Bevini -Expcsin 1 wool sponge for sale, gathered in the Bight ol Abaco under the lite of five inches in their widest pirt f %  or one month. I larb mr Island, Oct. .1913. De.ir Mr, I. litor, I visited S lohn's Church 1 1) evening, Ocl .ber 4, and hi thou '1 th 'i e is mi |, here |l thought Hint there would be a procession on that eveuing, but theie was h ii', I ni I am very prou I '." %  Hi u 1 h %  r'• • %  i-t is impi 1 in his 1 Chut ilta Mill ll ... I candles were > 1 ning there ; Iin the • 11 11 is due to \l W. .1. M mroe, and Ihe Misses 1 M. \ Iburj an M 11 ian l ibnson ; but two things wenmissing, no 1 indies u ei '• bui ning HI mnd the tue, o f ihe Hless*J.I \" 1 r 1^ 1.1 and the know wit it tie Church will do without him. .is I mi,| M st 1:1 I th it he is going a \ iv for I vo in 1 ith If they appoint Mr. Wilhe Mu 1 1-11 • ,: %  •, 1 think • woul v tu fill up the g-ip while Mr. Higgt is away. We 1 longi ig foi ihe Ii ne when we m iy ll able i" h iv 1 enj lyobl an I mspin ig service*, afollows : 11 M'-. il 7 %  %  '" %  I Holy IMI :h 1 1-.; and s 1 mi 1 at 10. ;•> a.m. ; Cat*. chis 11 at 4 p. n. ; p.v ,1. m j and %  ssion at 7 p ni. |'h ne vices 1 e :h %  • lifeof the Chun h, and all high churchme 1 enjoj them, We hI as th >u, |,ili •! j |||| I9I3. New York, 31 Mrs Pankhurst, nd Iressing lo-n in Ma I Square G irden, liei first A n i mass in 'etine.expl tin d why mil 1 mi m tli >.N VVI1 '|| in suff 1 1 wed in I I oid Imi not 1 1 \m •, 1 -,, imi I rende 1 the empluym mi ..1 s ,i h in-ill 11-. She criticised the British governinenl as the most cons irvative on % %  irth Only.through lyo nnic,mean • leclared, could English women hope to secure laws deiling with white shivery, in lustn il evils m I oilier conditions affecting women.


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Cft
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Nullius ndditlus |\irnre in vcrba mivHislri.
l)cir\K bound lo swear to the Uujm&i if rto Master.
VOL. \
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Friday. Oclober 2*. 1913
No. 2H:a
; I ,'l'
H
N
I ( II.
i PtUPBIBTOI
T STRBR1
I'.. I. I A .
II ISr EH DAILY.
M uday, V \H
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ll
1.1 Hi |l
) i tei It
ri;
l'V\i.|.i
i i.i i'.i\
i
.......4i'l
4'1
......
|fM
v HWANTF.
n..m
rti ementj
Si i .. ii i' t .() line
jindei eiirht Una
I P ill J nd 8 ive a ap >l
Coill I is' lllj; I In I In ;.' ,.] ll.
turn i i popu
> ns ii !ing
the March, "Kiker l-'nrdiicli," the
I itermez* >. "Hiots Kas'and Ihe
C.ke Wlk Uiile l< istus Sk.itins
P.,i iv"
\ Cowardly a- ..;lt vv as tn
upon Mi. S. A, Diliet I ist ni-lH,
' aftei lhe !'. hi I (.'..hivir, on
tin Librarj Glpen.
M I >' let while having the
rh.iiis taken aw iy was siltuij in
conversation vaftli Mr, Edward R.
Stuiri when aMone was thrown
with '-'I" ii i iri .mil struck ilia
rli.iir 1111.mi vvllfch he w is silting
lilt splinters spiking n pi in Imp lib
jumped\>p ,,t oi.ee hii I hn ,i
K< hi1 c,f men moving in Sliii ley
Street, < Ml on.I Hone, Kiihci t lirn B Inin-
III lIlC gl ll|, ; \||. Shi ut Wh j|
vi ry deaf h Imi jumped up and h
ad "What is th >t a revolver ?'
'I he group w.i- -' en h> di 11il |
just ;i little e isr of the library, I c
i hi around I ha went si,h- ] ihe
Iibrai v an i s i w the group ;ii the
cornet o( l',,,h imeni Stree l*o
.if which i,hi west ward iy along
Shirley Street and three turned
down Parliament Street one of
these, Brlcc, Mr Dillei caugbt In.1.1
o| and demanded what he meant
by throwing the stone at hint ;
Itnce denied thisnnd said lie uou'l
not do sued a thing.
The Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
Ma \ York this
i,i,.m with li.e fullo.v, iu pas
gcrs.
Miss M ..y Mosele) ; Mrs. Lon
/ Sawyei ; Hon Dr. .mil Mi-. !
A. 11 il He- ; Me-srs .1 lii B i'
Hugh 11 iley, 1 tin Alt ed, prank
Hn in iii i W .Iter K. Moon
IN THE
MAGISTRA1 KS COURT
(I I || :
l6 I -. Mill, r I, Loud shout-
ing i.i street I ii-'iu--'- I.
11, Lining profane mid indeci I
langu igeous aim i i I me I
15-. 14 i y*
in i' ..,..,,,.,.( ,i|.t ,!,',. \ s i
Malim i i id M.iii helonious
lv r.-rir. Silvei SpoiillS ami
i Silvei I' irk i due i\- goo. I- and
chattels of II. (' \l", colm Im
then knowing the ime t" h ive
been feloniously stolenI ism t I
Clarence Fern in ler, and Hilda
Bowe- Uxing i..,.;,, ige jn ,1,,.
hearing ..I persons in the neigh-
bout hood ton aMa I h uldeus S
I'ella and Virgini i so vella [his
wife) lending to u breach ..f the
Iface. in- mothe III 1 > f- ri lenis
I Ueinona I ishei i hec i ne> bound in
her own recognizance m $ I ,r
the appe trance ol the I tefeiidents
il c 11 led upon months
nd paid 5s. costs ol prosecution,
I liMoii .\.-iim, Ideal It sponge
nnd I'urtle Fisheries \, 1 \.t ,3 -
I' .tied iS,. in,.! -,| [., rsp |.
IM. 6 I. lo ig ni and pro .I on
Sloop Speed for, "he
Ii ii first signed In default of
. ,,,iipli,iM,-,. months imprison-
na ni.
\ llOnj I Hill I'ne.K-ll Spn:
and I mile Fisheries \ 1 1 ,
ini'iii hi,
J mi's \',--'iitt--Lar.env of one
open boat value j, the prop.
"i Stuart Rac6 months,
17 Austin WilliamiIlltreating
a .1 >g JS,
II, Having in possession a g in
without h st ohtainu'- ,1 license
to do mi 3s.
is Melvin Bevini -Expcsin 1
wool sponge for sale, gathered in
the Bight ol Abaco under the lite
of five inches in their widest pirt
f - or one month.
I larb mr Island,
Oct. .1913.
De.ir Mr, I. litor,
I visited S lohn's Church
1 1) evening, Ocl .ber 4, and
hi thou '1 th 'i e is mi |, here |l
thought Hint there would be a
procession on that eveuing, but
theie was h ii', I ni I am very
prou I '." ' Hi u 1 h r- ' i-t is
impi 1 in his 1
Chut ilta
Mill ll ... I .
candles were !> 1 ning there ; Iin the
11 11 is due to \l W.
.1. M mroe, and Ihe Misses 1
M. \ Iburj an M 11 ian l ibnson ; but
two things wen- missing, no 1 in-
dies u ei ' bui ning hi mnd the
tue, of ihe Hless*J.I \" 1 r 1^ 1.1 and the
know wit it tie Church will do
without him. .is I mi,|Mst 1:1 I th it
he is going a \ iv for I vo in 1 ith
If they appoint Mr. Wilhe Mu
1 1-- 11 ,:, 1 think
woul v tu fill up the g-ip
while Mr. Higgt is away. We 1
longi ig foi ihe Ii ne when we m iy
ll" able i" h iv.....1 enj lyobl an I
mspin ig service*, a- follows : 11
M'-. il 7 ''" I Holy Imi :h 1 1-.;
and s 1 mi 1 at 10. ;> a.m. ; Cat*.
chis 11 at 4 p. n. ; p.v ,1. m j and
ssion at 7 p ni. |'h ne
vices 1 e :h lifeof the Chun h, and
all high churchme 1 enjoj them,
We h- I as th >u I rt we hope tint the time
is nut far distant when we s lail
h ive "1" requ 'sts hi inted,
You-s irulv,
A : RI .'. CHURCHM W.
CAR : iR wis
( >, |,ili ! j |||| I9I3.
New York, 31 Mrs Pankhurst,
nd Iressing lo-n in Ma I
Square G irden, liei first A n i
mass in 'etine.expl tin d why mil -
1 mi m tli >.N VVI1.
'|| in suff 1 1 wed in I
I oid Imi not 1 1 \m , 1 -,, imi I .
rende 1 the empluym mi ..1 s,i h
in-ill 11-.
She criticised the British govern-
inenl as the most cons irvative on
irth Only.through lyo nnic,mean
leclared, could English women
hope to secure laws deiling with
white shivery, in lustn il evils m I
oilier conditions affecting women.


I
i M i- r r i ft u i!
i
NASSAU
Bargain House
Are Recen ing by in : , '..
1' ^ large supplj .",1 Nev, g i i
BLANK ILANKETS.
A' IRE \ I I! irg mi Lot of \
Wool Blanket! ioi..
3i., i6s. and \ e ich.
1^" \ere bought a much
than the m irkel value an I are
t bargains ai 11-- pri< ,
i Case "f Fine Corsets, d
">m n English m inufacturer at
-'- to6s, a pair.
. i C I lie' an I Men Waal I
1' '"; It nice by the B ito.li
x "t. I. ..lies' Winter ,,f the invitati m From tin Unil
". '; "om. ''- '" 4" 4*. ol -a ir-
A Bargain in Ladies'HlacU Hr>* I !.;<, ... .... .i.,....i. .i. -qi
London, aa.The V
Ami Waller H, Pd
la nese Vmb iss idi h
sts of honour at ti"' n
i gui banquet here to-night. Tin
company ii
Salbo p, 1 1 "l Bi isaj. !'
\ in|i'.ln 11 R .1 vi I ', in
1 .. j
toasting the memory "f Nel
.1 ihe necessity ol Great Bri-
tain maintaining I lie t no keels
in one" '
his ihs'i In'f in the possibility "I
holiday.
\ T j\ >rm all who l '">' ,!i;'* we "'
VV h " nsive Stock of II \VV- V CIG IRS. We
intee-our brand to be made of Ihe fim I
fuiMiMcrum iii.iimi ... w. iiww ...... ......' '
Wrappers, and I I* vat-a Kilters throughout.
,,f icture :|,(i w<
,n(! iken to produce n art iilit;
The success we ha' vith in the past lea iitlyto
urs
I. L. SA1 NDI i. Jl Co
orkmen
y.
aIv toexpei I
in Ladies \\ i
< <>-> Is m Mai
New Yoi I he Right II
f ,"............... new i .....i> i 11
lioo Is in Maiquisette, Voile, Ma- n \ : ,, . r .,ai
1 :- & I Gk it Britain, told the
. About : :,. Prints, also go ietvduri i
Cottoi .1 es, Cretonnes,Ac.
........- '',- i' .
Mosquito Nets at i
, eol about to yai
A. F. MOORF. hurst.
Maiden Trip
CORINTHIA
WILL leavi N for Jack-
row ; 'he
10th N '"""' '"
will touch at
Miami on the ay up.
Poi F reighi oi P
Apply to
T. G. JOHNSON,
Oct. 18, A-
Shingles
it No ill arl >in. Cyp
Shingli a1 $ i
Qd ol 20 bundli
1 discounts on lots of i
Now is the time to Buy!
Aunt Hannah's
DEATH DROPS
... nf
; in i
,..
.
Pul Up :
\ I \ I I I \ \ \ '
Roach Powder
[ I all
IK H R SAI i.
I\ ..in ,.hi
\pply,
II. I UUSSI l-L.
"I'll
F
s. "^
if. a nia
(I.ui the United -
lity to Mrs. !

1 f luir
I in^;
/
I
|A\ L. S.-M II R\ &. I
Ir.K tto: IVDGMEN1
me
STANDARD ENGINE.
W ishington, i M
I Sit Edw-ird Grev. !h British
tier co
I Attitude "f Great Bril i n in M
Ihe American nn nt, it i<
nol entin y I1 i
with the Briti eminent*
policy, admin
jnu particul irlv
the rl'Cln
that nothing '
. .,1 II
icy.
FRE ^H
JUST ARRIVED
i shingles.
Special Price
also on rheaper grades also
5in. Cypress ai $6.72 per
thousand oi 30 bundles. 1 Ins
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
w 1 k.
C. C. SAHNDKU
Nassau, N. P..
.; SALI
HOUSE and Lot on W< si St
foi p irtii ulai '" M
I i 15 W
Si N 1 rk Crtv.
AN Mia Lai """"'it ol
Hotid,i) 1 .....1 0I
duect hcHti Ihe I ictorj such ni
RMinli iw Mixed
()nr 11.11 ui'.;
Dixie Plantation
Our Itybovand 5rthei different
Mixi l"'1 "' M,s
.... .,1 ,s cts |.-- II) Al UW
following Calws '" I'arkiu'-- <' *
jets. Raisin Cookies,O. V.V
; Lunch I'i-' '
' * I ills.
M lOOTE'S
I'n v Ml '.
ELI I 1*1 I IV.
II I -., I'.ii-m.
[-,;,. il. < on-
-i., is taki
. nn Mol I
I,..1 -. It .. i'i"' d.
Skillful Vutoni ibitc and Mot it
Engine rep 111 mil
,\i n,,y
Mechanic il I'M"' '' 'ttnE.
Ml work -.iii-l.a't.iiiU done in
1 ,,i inner t -an ihe m si run. il.
\ 1 he** n. 11. I. M \->()S-.
p. O. II
..r 'I'i ihuni
Lloyd's i\ l.hls
r 11 y.
k of iht
1
, 17J 1' ( St.,
Jen 1 I ty.N. .1.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
N.i ui, N. P.
Ihj Bahamas.
RLN I".

[I ( )\ SK mi I a-t \\ i) Si
j 1.1 ... ni .1 rupied by B. P.
Sum up l-.sq. uosm'sm..ii '.;ivrn 1st.
IS'lv tn.
WALT1 U K. MOORE
Nc::
Till- innd ihe I'
o[ the Old Si S.S. Elli 'I -
: i'. ]
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