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I It I w i M u N seasons will toon he in Jf„ii w hirl, '" 'here isno joy j„ hot*.] men* Is because the real spenders, tne Americans, continue to be scarce 1 Lond m, J 7 King Gaorg %  is to f* IV( d'nnei loftl.e wnrkingmen 'in pulti i front on Buckingham Palace Ii is his ma. wish that ev\ iv, workman connec'erl v. ni, ,i,.. ,,. construction shall be represented at wnquet, which will probably 1 %  at Holborn Restaurant. • 7— The Dukeof Cn' :ht, Governor General of i nada arrived tbia morning i Board the Steamer Empress ol Bri. tain.aftei t x months e in England. M< xico City, 27.-At the clo*e of ii.. elections today the indiciI 1 tbal not sufficient bad I en 1 1st in Mexi u • tu!" a legal} lure-, foi the 1 dene to MIII eed General I! • I pen identified *ts the island of 1 liryssis, which, according to Pauunh as the result o( v 'Hue action about 200 years before the Christian era. Lon Ion, 27--rii,D;tiIv I :. g-apli in a special article on ihe M •situ ition nrgm s thatl ire it Britain 1 cognized President Hu< r t'' only fot ,1 limited per iod, w liich terminated with yesterdays IJOnS. rtdon, 27.— I he c ,,f Ins Unionists pn u on Pn mu r Aquitlis speech at Ladyba k Satuiday, announcing ibe decirnmeni nn in* Irish problem, give 1I1intimatii n that """ 1 "f an iving .11 a compromise, I lie X.iii nnlist | -rsist in the i left ih.it the 1 xclusit n of Ulster from ihe home rule I ill can not b countennm ed. An l'n-li-li airman plant to fly tic in 30 hours by using ilid ihne, ball of 1 which will e picked jp in mid11. I No elimination ofdaner ; from ihe shifting "f the fuel is one of the advantages claimed for this n ethud, A |ap inese sten ilfip con now attaches to < %  irh of us passenger tickets < 1 %  lithd the holder to 1 %  p 1 I no ,1 seat in 1 p.ii lieu la 1 lifeh iat, STANDARD OIL CD'S Gasoline Drums 1 to Gallons. Deliv. n 1 Wharf J. P. Sands on arrival "Fram e's !•'.." ^m W H ivould 'i rm all who appreciate a GOOL II ive on h md an extensive Stock of 11 \V A Ruaranti or brand to he mads of 4he finest Ha Wrnppersand ll.iv.u a Fillers throughout. I h*se Cigars .-ire m inufactured on our premises I and great pains are taken to produce an article of sui l"be success we 1 1 with in the past lead the pationage of connoiseurs. .(. L. SAL'XI >ke that we now I CIGARS, We na .mil Sumatra skilled workmen rior quality. nfidenth to expect KS A Co. Bat Street. Only Five Drums each week. GALL. Wilijr i us i_j UUJS Cd 22cts. Cash "ti I )i livciA C. C. SXUNtiERS. September 13, iqi j. Fiom "Popular Mecl nics' SHIPLOAD I IF C IRISE SEN I' I f) CHIN \. 11" ship "Stai Ii y Dollar" was recently chartered tocarrj the most n.-il coco that ever left ;i Pacific port. The bone* of 6,000 Chi. ties**, some of w 1 om I ai e been moldering in their grnvi s f. r 50 years, "with th> ir eyes n| 1 n," as the Chinese believe, were gathered %  nd prepared for shipment. Buried in the sml of their fathers, Ihev will he at perpetual rest and and their .yes w ill ( lose nn all things e irthly No Chinese buried In alien soi| c, 11 close ioeyi 1 until lie is reinterred in the Family lot of ins ,,,, e ti ., >rding to Chinese 1 1 liel and neitlu 1 can Ihe relativi 1 claim th pact due their station in life a* In I.J aa kii'Miian is bu. ried in a I iteign i ountry, \ submerged island recently diM ovi 11 -ihii tin sea ad neat Lemin the great archipelago 1 ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS. Just Received: W ILLIAMS IHE SHOF.M \\ 11 is ju| added to his already laige supply in the line. English and A me. ric.ui I runks, English and American 1 res* Suit Cases (some id uhuh are III. ale 1 if 1 ompie-s. Kit Bag*, Satchels, Attai I 1 and -oiied Linen Bags -t Puces more inteiesling than ever, Perscms on the eve of travelling ill do vi ell t'i visit tin, 1 ),-pntinent anil make a selection now. WILLIAMS WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL DEPARTMENT. 277, 279 Bay-stieet, FRESH JUST ARRI\ ED A M extra Large assortment of Holi lay ( '. %  ind Candies duett from the Ka< lory such .is Rainbow Mixed t )ur I),11 lin<_' I hxie Plantation Our Hoboyanrl different Mia cts per lb Mixed Candies at is • : ,„., | n A.|so th,. I dlowing Cakes in Packages at 6 cts. Raisin (1 HI l (.urn Ii Hi* i:its. These are uneq 1 il ed in quality. n n rooTEi last Bay Sire t. FOR RENT. H O'i SI', on last Pay •street, at presrnt occupied bv M. P. Sturrup Esq. possession given ist. August. Ap[i|y to, WALTER K. MOORE Shingles Best No. 1 Hi ,111 jin. Cypress Shingles al f9.60per ih, H isand of JO bundles Di counts mi lotsof over 5000 shingles. Special Price also mi cheapt r grades—also 51'n. Cypress al per thousand <>f ao bundles. Tins price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. Nassau, N. P., Sept, 16, 1913, NASSAU Bargain House Are Ri 1 iving b\ U %  •< %  inn or A large suppli of Men goods: BLANKETS, BLANKETS. A GRE \ l r,i,.;uu Lot 1 All Wool Blafcettat 5s., 10s., 12s., 1) .. nd /"ileacli. IV' I ia sa weio(bought amuch b ss than the innirel Value am! great bargains ai 1 t l H f Pii s Corsets, direct from .in English as to6s, a pair. 1 Case 1 the prices, %  Corsets, in mufacturet at an l Men's Straw A large asstmt. Coats from IOS. t' A bargain in La ladie,' Winter A* lies I'.l icI, Hose 1 FOR SALE H OUSE and Lot on West St for particulars apply to M E. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W i3aSt.i.New York City. t" be 1 id it is. pair, \n ither Large fnh Lot of l.adiee tia fine '| |||| "J'White Shirt Waists fal is. to r,s. ,..\c\\, these al |s aie worth IISIcIl ilioie. Bargains in Ladrs While Dress (i<> ids in Marquisette, Voile, Madias, Suitii gs, 1 awns &c. About ( 000 yds Prints, also Cottons, 1'eictlc, Ci'-tniim s.ctc. Mosquito Nets atlonly 2s. 6d. per piece oi about 10 yiids. A. P. MOORP. NOTISE. T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that 1 have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anythioj in the line of General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Huyler, Hay Street. East (Wharf; TI



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~ Nullius rt.l.li. ins |urare ir\ verb* mtvglstri. Being bound lo weo.r to the Dogmas >f t\o Master. VOL,. X. S.,,vui, N. P.. Ba.ho.mo.8. Wednesday. October 29. 1913 No. 285 IKON E H Ull'l t II, Dfl)R *N1> pHoPBIfloB OKKICF • (H 44 (TAKKKT .John Corfia,Jeremiah C. Roker, Alfred Roker, Joseph Clarke etlh McPhee, benjamin Clarke, Nathaniel Edgecombe, Theophi lus Curtis, lohn Curtis, Isaac Smith. Cornelius Rolle, Jonathan Taylor, Robert ('nay, Cleveland dry, Charlie Burrows, Forhen Burrows, Edwin Burrows, William Burrows, Harry Pyfrom.John A. Rolle, Jolm Stubbs, Abraham St radian, Henry Sirachan, Augustus Deveauz John McCarthy, Cleggia Pritchard, James Burrows, Leon |ones, and Yorick JWbodside (61) J The Mail Steamer "Seguranca" arrived in New York at 9 a.m on Monday morning. In the Supreme Court, October Session, „•.) October 101 J. The Court met at 10.30 a. m. PKF.SKNT: His Honour I). Tu dor Esq., K. C, Uuef Justice; The Honble II. 3. Malcolm K. C. Acting Attorney General ; W. F._ 9. Callendai E*q., A. K.Solomon Esq. The Registrar. The Proves! Marshal. Information (No. IO) The King vs Phillip T. Hilton, Larceny 1 bbl grits, was called. Witnesses Zacbeus Parrington, Pembroke B. Burrows, W. W. Richardson, F. J. Symonett. Hie following Jury was empanelled ; David A. McKinnon, Francis Mortimer, Clarence T. Parrington, Percy R. Hall, Leonard Mather, William F. Harris, Harold Fernauder, Charles Haven, Lewis D. Neely. Robert S. Hanna, George I Inn 1, William E. Fountain, Foreman. Mr. Callender appeared for the accused. The Jurors not empanelled were discharge unti 2.30 p.m. The trial proceeded. The Jury returned a verdict of "Not Guilty" of which the Court expressed its disapproval saying "It is your verdict, not my verdict". The Foreman.of the Jury replied that it was the verdict of the Jury, and that there was no evidence on which to convict. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT October. so.—Laura Ann Brice—Found wardering at large by the Police and deemed a proper person to be taken charge of and detained under care and treatment—Sent to the Hospital for treatment under the authority of the Lunacy Act 1890. James Rt berts and Horace Hunt — Fighting in attest—Roberts cautioned —Hunt 5s., in default of payment; 7 days imprisoment. Leon Walton Young—Breach Street Traffic Rules—5s. 21.—Albert Rolle—Using profane ..aud indecent language on public wharf—tOS. or 3 days. Samuel Butler—Larceny of a tweed coat value l6s., the goods and chattels of Wilfred ClarkeDismissed. Albert Davis—Assaulting and beatingOutram Rahming— 5s. and 3s. 6d. costs or 7 days. 22. — Win. Ramsay—Found drunk and using profane and indecent language in'street — 12s, or todays. Sarah Anderson—Throwing a missile, to wit: a bottle, to theannoyonce and danger of persons in sireet—8s. or 7 days. Alonzo Evans—Application by Ins wife for maintenance on the ground of desertion—Dismissed. Affie Espie —Using profane and indecnt languge in Street—Bound in her own recognisance in 501. to to appear for sentence if called upon. Edgar Ferguson —Illtreating a horse by working same in a cart while iii an unfit condition from sores, and whipping said horse unnecessarily on same occasion — £2 or 1 month CABLEGRAMS London,27.—After many months of delay the memorial to "Jack" Phillips, wireless operator of the Titanic, is to be erected in his native town, Godalming. London, 27.—The social wheels are slowly beginning to go around and London's Autumn and Winter


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Nullius rt.l.li. ins |urare ir\ verb* mtvglstri.
Being bound lo weo.r to the Dogmas >f t\o Master.
VOL,. X.
S.,,vui, N. P.. Ba.ho.mo.8. Wednesday. October 29. 1913 No. 285
IKON E H Ull'l t II,
! Dfl)R *N1> pHoPBIfloB
OKKICF (H 44 (TAKKKT NaSfau N I'., BAHAMAS.
P. (I Hov
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M unlay. .Vednfday n single copy J........ J<1.
Tuesday Tliciis\ .i ^tindaf
single rup' *1'
ATeeklv |.......4i'l
Monthly
Quarterly
HalfYesrN
Yearly
PAYARL
Ailvcitisinu li
f..l tirM in-art
' .i - i line for su
Advertisemei
... IS. )d
........4*-
......Ks.
... l6i
IN ADVANCE.
Six pence pf4 line
i; tin re pence par line
ion; and mie penny per
liseiji-nt inn i' ii m*.
undiM eight lines 4s.
.ie-
.
The lt imi edi t*Iv wist nf tilt
residence of j ipt Chris. Brown.
Ins been purchased by Mr. C. C.
Saiincler* whtii intends erecting a
substantial lone residence upon
it. 'Stone for (he purpose is being
put upon the grounds.
Commissioner Edwaid II. Mc-
Kinneyiatrival in the city mi I hurl
day per mailjSclu. Cluinbia very
ill.'.but is nor improving.
The following programme will
be rendered ly the Bahamas Police
i Library Green at-8.15
hursday) evening.
M.ireh "l.es Muscadins"
Overture "Aihair.bra"
Y.tlse Oriental "Vision of Salome"
Intermezzo "The Gondolier"
oe renoereo t)
Hind, on \\ii\
to-morrow (I
Soqg
Rag
Valse
'I wo Step
"Sing me to Sleep"
"A Rarity"
'Dollar I'rircess"
Bobbin' up and down"
I,nd Save The King
\V COEN, Bandmastar,
j
The Motor "I-ranees I." lelt for
Miami thil morning with the fol-
lowing patfengers.
Misses Delia C. Winter, Cassan-
dra Thompson, Olivia Mackey,
Laurnna Gaiter, llestvr (iaiter
Llewella |fclotock,AretutaCorna,
Edith Newbold, and AltaneStubba;
Mesdames 1-ucinda Williams, Ida
Jane Gaiier, and Julia Taylor;
Messrs Joseph Gardiner, Fred May-
cock, Eugene McKinney, Edward
Ferguson, James Winter, James
Stracbeo, Isaac Butler, Thomas
Lloyd, William Ramsey, Geo.
Mosey, Wilbsd Wilson. William
H. Al'lairy.Obadiah Douglas, Reu
ben Rolle, Abraham lios-tt, Fred
Howe, Alphaeoa Dorsett, William
Symonett, Paul Mr Kenny, Jack
\Voodsia>.John Corfia,Jeremiah C.
Roker, Alfred Roker, Joseph Clarke
etlh McPhee, benjamin Clarke,
Nathaniel Edgecombe, Theophi
lus Curtis, lohn Curtis, Isaac
Smith. Cornelius Rolle, Jonathan
Taylor, Robert ('nay, Cleveland
dry, Charlie Burrows, Forhen
Burrows, Edwin Burrows, William
Burrows, Harry Pyfrom.John A.
Rolle, Jolm Stubbs, Abraham
St radian, Henry Sirachan, Augus-
tus Deveauz John McCarthy,
Cleggia Pritchard, James Burrows,
Leon |ones, and Yorick JWbodside
(61)
j
The Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
arrived in New York at 9 a.m on
Monday morning.
In the Supreme Court,
October Session,
.) October 101 J.
The Court met at 10.30 a. m.
Pkf.sknt: His Honour I). Tu
dor Esq., K. C, Uuef Justice; The
Honble II. 3. Malcolm K. C. Act-
ing Attorney General ; W. F._ 9.
Callendai E*q., A. K.Solomon Esq.
The Registrar. The Proves! Mar-
shal.
Information (No. IO) The King
vs Phillip T. Hilton, Larceny 1 bbl
grits, was called.
Witnesses Zacbeus Parrington,
Pembroke B. Burrows, W. W.
Richardson, F. J. Symonett.
Hie following Jury was empan-
elled ; David A. McKinnon, Francis
Mortimer, Clarence T. Parrington,
Percy R. Hall, Leonard Mather,
William F. Harris, Harold Fernau-
der, Charles Haven, Lewis D.
Neely. Robert S. Hanna, George
I Inn 1, William E. Fountain,
Foreman.
Mr. Callender appeared for the
accused.
The Jurors not empanelled were
discharge unti 2.30 p.m.
The trial proceeded.
The Jury returned a verdict of
"Not Guilty" of which the Court
expressed its disapproval saying "It
is your verdict, not my verdict".
The Foreman.of the Jury replied
that it was the verdict of the Jury,
and that there was no evidence on
which to convict.
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
October.
so.Laura Ann BriceFound
wardering at large by the Police
and deemed a proper person to be
taken charge of and detained under
care and treatmentSent to the
Hospital for treatment under the
authority of the Lunacy Act 1890.
James Rt berts and Horace Hunt
Fighting in attestRoberts
cautioned Hunt 5s., in default of
payment; 7 days imprisoment.
Leon Walton YoungBreach
Street Traffic Rules5s.
21.Albert RolleUsing pro-
fane ..aud indecent language on
public wharftOS. or 3 days.
Samuel ButlerLarceny of a
tweed coat value l6s., the goods
and chattels of Wilfred Clarke-
Dismissed.
Albert DavisAssaulting and
beatingOutram Rahming 5s. and
3s. 6d. costs or 7 days.
22. Win. RamsayFound drunk
and using profane and indecent
language in'street 12s, or todays.
Sarah AndersonThrowing a
missile, to wit: a bottle, to thean-
noyonce and danger of persons in
sireet8s. or 7 days.
Alonzo EvansApplication by
Ins wife for maintenance on the
ground of desertionDismissed.
Affie Espie Using profane and
indecnt languge in StreetBound
in her own recognisance in 501. to
to appear for sentence if called
upon.
Edgar Ferguson Illtreating a
horse by working same in a cart
while iii an unfit condition from
sores, and whipping said horse un-
necessarily on same occasion
2 or 1 month
CABLEGRAMS
London,27.After many months
of delay the memorial to "Jack"
Phillips, wireless operator of the
Titanic, is to be erected in his na-
tive town, Godalming.
London, 27.The social wheels
are slowly beginning to go around
and London's Autumn and Winter


I

It
I w i M u n
seasons will toon he in Jfii whirl,
'" 'here isno joy j hot*.] men*
Is because the real spenders,
tne Americans, continue to be
scarce1,
Lond m, j7. King Gaorg is to
f*IV( d'nnei loftl.e wnrkingmen
' 'in pulti i front on
Buckingham Palace Ii is his ma.
- wish that ev\ iv,
workman connec'erl v. ni, ,i,.. ,,.
construction shall be represented at
wnquet, which will probably
1 at Holborn Restaurant.
7The Dukeof Cn-
' :ht, Governor General of i -
nada arrived tbia morning i
Board the Steamer Empress ol Bri.
tain.aftei t x months e in
England.
M< xico City, 27.-At the clo*e
of ii.. elections today the indici-
I 1 tbal not sufficient
bad I en 1 1st in Mexi u
tu!" a legal} lure-, foi the 1
dene to miii eed General I!
I pen identified *ts the island of
1 liryssis, which, according to Pau-
unh as the result o(
v 'Hue action about 200 years
' before the Christian era.
Lon Ion, 27--- rii,- D;tiIv I :. .
g-apli in a special article on ihe
M - situ ition nrgm s thatl ire it
Britain 1 cognized President Hu< r
t'' only fot ,1 limited per iod, w liich
terminated with yesterdays
IJOnS.
! rtdon, 27. I he c ,,f
Ins Unionists pn u on Pn mu r A-
quitlis speech at Ladyba k Satui-
day, announcing ibe deci the goi >rnmeni nn in* Irish prob-
lem, give 1I1- intimatii n that
""" 1 "f an iving .11 a
compromise,
I lie X.iii nnlist | -rsist
in the i left ih.it the 1 xclusit n of
Ulster from ihe home rule I ill can
not b countennm ed.
An l'n-li-li airman plant to fly
tic in 30 hours by
using ilid ihne, ball of
1 which will e picked jp in mid-
11. I No elimination ofdaner
; from ihe shifting "f the fuel is one
of the advantages claimed for this
n ethud,
A |ap inese sten ilfip con
now attaches to < irh of us passen-
ger tickets < 1 lithd the
holder to 1 p 1 I no ,1
seat in 1 p.ii lieu la 1 lifeh iat,
STANDARD OIL CD'S
Gasoline
Drums 1 to Gallons.
Deliv. n 1 Wharf J. P. Sands
on arrival "Fram e's !'.."
^m
WH ivould 'i rm all who appreciate a Gool
Ii ive on h md an extensive Stock of 11 \V A
Ruaranti.....or brand to he mads of 4he finest Ha
Wrnppersand ll.iv.u a Fillers throughout.
I h*se Cigars .-ire m inufactured on our premises I
and great pains are taken to produce an article of sui
l"be success we 1 1 with in the past lead
the pationage of connoiseurs.
.(. L. SAL'XI
>ke that we now
I CIGARS, We
na .mil Sumatra
skilled workmen
rior quality.
nfidenth to expect
KS A Co.
Bat Street.
Only Five Drums each week.
GALL.
Wilijr i us i_j UUJS Cd
22cts.
Cash "ti I )i livciA.
C. C. SXUNtiERS.
September 13, iqi j.
Fiom "Popular Mecl nics'
SHIPLOAD I IF C IRISE
SEN I' I f) CHIN \.
11" ship "Stai Ii y Dollar" was
recently chartered tocarrj the most
n.-il coco that ever left ;i Paci-
fic port. The bone* of 6,000 Chi.
ties**, some of w 1 om I ai e been
moldering in their grnvi s f. r 50
years, "with th> ir eyes n| 1 n," as
the Chinese believe, were gathered
nd prepared for shipment. Bu-
ried in the sml of their fathers,
Ihev will he at perpetual rest and
and their .yes w ill ( lose nn all
things e irthly No Chinese buried
In alien soi| c, 11 close io- eyi 1 until
lie is reinterred in the Family lot of
ins ,,,, eti ., >rding to Chinese
11 liel and neitlu 1 can Ihe relativi 1
claim th pact due their station
in life a* In i.j a- a kii'Miian is bu.
ried in a I iteign i ountry,
\ submerged island recently
diM ovi 11 -ihii tin sea ad neat Lem-
in the great archipelago 1
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS. Just Received:
WILLIAMS
IHE SHOF.M \\
11 is ju| added to his already
laige supply in the line.
English and A me.
ric.ui I runks, Eng-
lish and American
1 res* Suit Cases
(some id uhuh are
III.ale 1 if 1 ompie-s.
Kit Bag*, Satchels, Attai I 1
and -oiied Linen Bags -t
Puces more inteiesling than
ever,
Perscms on the eve of
travelling ill do
vi ell t'i visit tin, 1 ),--
pntinent anil make
a selection now.
WILLIAMS
WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL
DEPARTMENT.
277, 279 Bay-stieet,
FRESH
JUST ARRI\ ED
AM extra Large assortment of
Holi lay ( '. ind Candies
duett from the Ka< lory such .is
Rainbow Mixed
t )ur I),11 lin<_'
I hxie Plantation
Our Hoboyanrl different
Mia cts per lb Mixed
Candies at is : ,., |n A.|so th,.
I dlowing Cakes in Packages at 6
cts. Raisin (1 hi l
(.urn Ii Hi* i:its. These are uneq 1 il
ed in quality.
n n rooTEi
last Bay Sire t.
FOR RENT.
HO'i SI', on last Pay street, at
presrnt occupied bv M. P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given ist.
August.
Ap[i|y to,
WALTER K. MOORE
Shingles
Best No. 1 Hi ,111 jin. Cypress
Shingles al f9.60per ih,Hi-
sand of jo bundles
Di counts mi lotsof over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also mi cheapt r gradesalso
51'n. Cypress al per
thousand <>f ao bundles. Tins
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Nassau, N. P.,
Sept, 16, 1913,
NASSAU
Bargain House
Are Ri 1 iving b\ U < inn
or A large suppli of Men goods:
BLANKETS, BLANKETS.
AGRE \ l r,i,.;uu Lot 1 All
Wool Blafcettat 5s., 10s.,
12s., 1) .. nd /"ileacli.
IV' I ia sa weio(bought a- much
b ss than the innirel Value am!
great bargains ai
1 tl h.....f Pii s Corsets, direct
from .in English
as to6s, a pair.
1 Case 1
the prices,
Corsets,
in mufacturet at
an l Men's Straw
A large asstmt.
Coats from ios. t'
A bargain in La
ladie,' Winter
A*
lies I'.l icI, Hose
1
FOR SALE
HOUSE and Lot on West St
for particulars apply to M
E. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W
i3aSt.i.New York City.
t" be 1 id it is. pair,
\n ither Large fnh Lot of l.adiee
tia fine '|||||"J'- White Shirt
Waists fal is. to r,s. ,..\c\\, these
al |s aie worth IISIcIl ilioie.
Bargains in Ladrs While Dress
(i<> ids in Marquisette, Voile, Ma-
dias, Suitii gs, 1 awns &c.
About .(000 yds Prints, also
Cottons, 1'eictlc, Ci'-tniim s.ctc.
Mosquito Nets atlonly 2s. 6d. per
piece oi about 10 yiids.
A. P. MOORP.
NOTISE.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that 1 have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anythioj in the line of
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huyler,
Hay Street. East (Wharf;
TI


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