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• r a j R i CABLEGRAMS STANDARD Oil. CO'S Gasoline Drums i in Gallons. London, 29—Sir Fdv.ul Gray "J 1 s P*'Ch i, tonight explained that wlmt the government w is willing to concede to M*4isfy ulster was a sort of home rule Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands within dome rule, giving Ulster on arrival "Frances E." control of | lt r own e lucation, Only Five Drums each week, lice, and matters of that kind. London, 29. -The latest exploit! of the militants has been to horn down the mansion of Theodora McKenna, brother of the home! Secretary, at Branshott, Hump. •hire, The firemen found a suffragette • Irassed 10 ihe whome se dying the net was a pro. %  lest aggies! forcible Feeding, Bombay. atf-The financial! Iran 1$ of an alarm!fig character. Failure has followed .failure 1 Every branch of both finance ar.d | brokerage is in a sine ofpnraly. MS. r GALL. 22cts. Ca h on Delivery. C. C. SAUN0BRS. September 33, 10r3. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Just Received; w Da >lin, 39-.fames Lnrfcin, the '•• %  %  '' %  "f 'he rtri'ing Irish transport workers was todav found guil. |v on chargei of sedition and incit. mg to riot and was sentenced to n months imprisonment, Washington, 99.—Three Europe. •in natrons, Great Britain, Germany and France have agreed to adopt no new policy toward Mexico until 1 he g< vernment of th • United Slates I u I for their consider.i I ion a plan fl Ihe future treatment of the icpul-lic. London, 39.— London's police, men have been inoculuted with the trades union garni and a pro visional eommittae dra vn lrm Iheir ranks t--d.iv is busy enrolling members in an organisation which has IK en named tfie "Metropolitan rorca I rade I'm. n." fxicn City, 39. -Fighting hns 1 "MU:I,-,I ; ,t Monterey, accord1 1 to laie advices rec jv'ed hare IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday Oct. 31. SPECIAL PROGRAMME ML NEW PICTURES WITH A POWERFUL TWO REEL FEATURE "Vengeance" 6d, 9 e oi travelling dl do well tl visit this I >••partment and make a Select "in ie iw. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AMU RETAIL DEPARTMENT, 277, 379 Ray-ttieet, FOR RENT. OUBE on East Hay Street, al present occupied hj B, P, Sturrup Esq, possession given 1st. August. H •11'ly". k K. MOORE WALTI FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra |.nrg< n-'niini'iii .if Holiday Cakea and 1 andiea direct fiom the Factory such ns Rainbow Mixed Our Darling Dixie Plantation Our Hubby and 35 oilier different Mixed Cakes lit 1 a eta per lb Mixed Candies at 18 CIS per 11 > Als.. the following Cakes in Packages at 6 cts. Raisin Cookies,O, U, Piesand Lunch Mia ints. Theaa are unequal td in quality, A'l I'OOTE'S East Bav Street. Fresh Just Arrived NION SEEDS from Tenariffi and .ill other Vegetable Seed ;\r TOOTE'S. 499 M iv Street () -* %  W P. would ifonn a,, have on h\.lists aic worth much more, li irgxins in Ladies While Ore a 110 ids m Maiquiselte, Voile, Madias, Suitings, i.awns &c. About 4000 yds. Prints, also Cot tone, Percales, Cretonnes,etc. \losqmto Nets at only js. 6d. per in 1 e o' about 10 yaids. A. !•". MoORF. NOTICE. T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol Genera] repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Hgyler, Bay Street. East (Wharf;



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Nulllua cddlrtua |ur,.ro in verbs ma.gletrl. Being bound lo iwe&r to the Dn|mai er line for firjf iiivrtion : three pence per line "r seqirid insertion; and one |iennv per line fiVtBOse'iuent insertion" Adveisemi nts under ei^'tit lines ^s. Notwithstanding a very wet 'VfrnnJ, the Band Concert called out a tfonsiderable nunilier of peo. pte las) niyht. I urtle fishing in the Bahama* li;is Imen for wmp years itn object of concern. The annual r;itcli has t tfeadiWdirainishedaid un'e-sjsome elfecliye temedv i> foun OBITUARY YeSteiday, one whose name wqs well known in tliis City, was rail, ed to rest, Miss Charlotte Dillet. In bygone yeirs the deceased was ;t vigorous worker in Sa nt ^ffnes Palish and in her declining years was always ready lo !ie!|> forward any scheme that was for the advancement of the parish. Always ready to help those in need, there are many who will remember liar with gratitude and will pray that she may rest in pence. The fquls of the righteous are in the hands of God." Wisdom of Solomon III verse 1. J IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT 25.— Rose Strachan, Jos.| Glintnn and Austin Clinton—Larceny of a number of grape fruit value 5. growing on land of Wilfred Parlmment Adderley sit. % %  uate in the Western District of New Providence—each 3 months imprisonment with hard labour. Stanley RobertsFeloniously shooting at Kehecca Roberts fhii wife, w 'ithjintent 10 kill and murder 11.<• said Rebecca Roberta—s.nt for trial in Supreme Court, 24—Samuel Ilnwlcg—Similar charge as that against I.aura Ann Briee of 201I1 iutt,-r-Sent lo the Hospital for treatmert under the Lunacy Act of 1890. 35. — Ethel Tint ird — Assaulting anil beating Elizabeth Pintard — Dismissed. Marv Poiiier — Making a fire con* tiff until to buildings situate |in the Western District—Cautioned, John Aimbnster—Breach Cab Act—as. M. Donald lngrahiin—Breach Street Traffic Rules—12s. or 10 days. Priscilla Mc Maura—Assault and b uterv on M uv J. Higgs —Dismissfd %  A. I.ydia Deveaux—Breach Compulsory Education Act—Order made. LARGE STADIUM BUILT IN A MONTH LARGER than the Jstadiums of ancient Greece and compar MIL; favorably with the grand stands on the athletic fields of large {American colleges was the temporary wooden amplii theater erected in Denver for the Knights Templar conclave early in the summer. It was 710 ft. long, 410 ft. wide, and had seats for about 26,500 persons. Although it ,cost $33,000 and contained over 1,000,000 ft. of lumber; it was erected in a little over a month. A picture of the stadium appears in the Novetn ber Popular Mechanics Maga zine, THE FOUNTAINS OF THE PUSSIAN CZAR Among the most striking decorative leatures [observed in connection with the imperial palace and grounds set apart for the exclusive use of the Czar of Russia and his family are the numerous fountains of water that gush forth from various unexpected sources and form the most prominent pait of the scheme of decoration. The several approaches leading to the Czar's pilaceatPeterhof ana the spacious grounds immediately surrounding this magnificent residence are doited with fountains. The palace gardens are also resplendent with these small ge>serj arranged on distinctly original and artistic lines. One design, known as the mushroom fountain, is a summer house having the appearance of an open umbrella, from the edges of which issue jets of water, and another beautiful scene is presented by the alley of fountains buiit along each bank of the Sam. son canal, an artificial stream which extends from the palace through the adjacent gardens that, with their many fountains, flowers, and shrubbery, form a real fairy land. TOWN CRIER'S DIGNITY. Deal's town crier possesses a wit which two young men visitors found rather disconcerting recently While a crier was "crying" with all thedignityof his ancient calling, these two young men gazed over his shoulders at the written copy of his announcement. The offical "Cry" finished, the oflical rang his bell and then in stentorian tones proceeded: "Lost, on this very spot, the manners of two young men. No reward offered, as the finder would have no use for the same." The crowd laughed and the two young men retreated rapidly. SAINT AGNES' CHURCH FEAST OF ALL SAINTS, Nov. i EVE FRIDAY OCT. 31st. Solemn Evensong, Sermon nnd Procession at 7 p.m. NOV. I, AH Saints Day—Solemn Eucharist 7 a.m. SUNDAY IN OCTAVE. Holy Communion 7 a.m. Solemn Eucharist 10: 30 a.m. 1 'lull Irons Procession 4 : 15 p.m. Solemn Evensong, (Procession and Sermon 7 p.m. AUDLEYJ. BROWNE, Rector. -L


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Nulllua cddlrtua |ur,.ro in verbs ma.gletrl.
Being bound lo iwe&r to the Dn|mai ---------
VOL. X.
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Nivi, N. P.. Dnhnmns. Friday. October 31. 1913
No. 2H7
LKO.NJ R h. Dl'PI til,
hUlT'iH AMI' l'k"l'll lot
ICI 8 44 MAUKKT STRBRT
1 ns-au N. i'., Bahama*.
f, it, Ho* !.:;
I
HJLWHED DULY.
Wednesday and Friday
Ijcopjr ..... ... |d.
Thmsdav And Saturday
. id
4-l
is. 4.
4.
s.
Monday,
lug
Tueiday
*mgjr '.,i,v
Weekly/
Monthly
Quarter!*
HalfYedrl*
Vrarlv
PiYAlM.IC IN A OVA NCR*.

Ad vert is) nK Rate*: Six perm |>er line
for firjf iiivrtion : three pence per line
"r seqirid insertion; and one |iennv per
line fiVtBOse'iuent insertion"
Adveisemi nts under ei^'tit lines ^s.
Notwithstanding a very wet
'VfrnnJ, the Band Concert called
out a tfonsiderable nunilier of peo.
pte las) niyht.
I urtle fishing in the Bahama*
li;is Imen for wmp years itn object
of concern. The annual r;itcli has
t tfeadiWdirainishedaid un'e-sjsome
* elfecliye temedv i> foun j* rjHltatinn of turtle shell from these1
islands mftv soon < case,
'Mie I'alimore American
I IQth Oct. 1913
>
OBITUARY
YeSteiday, one whose name wqs
well known in tliis City, was rail,
ed to rest, Miss Charlotte Dillet.
In bygone yeirs the deceased was
;t vigorous worker in Sa nt ^ffnes
Palish and in her declining years
was always ready lo !ie!|> forward
any scheme that was for the ad-
vancement of the parish. Always
ready to help those in need, there
are many who will remember liar
with gratitude and will pray that
she may rest in pence.
" The fquls of the righteous are
in the hands of God."
Wisdom of Solomon III verse 1.
J
IN
THE MAGISTRATES COURT
* 25. Rose Strachan, Jos.| Glin-
tnn and Austin ClintonLar-
ceny of a number of grape fruit
value 5. growing on land of
Wilfred Parlmment Adderley sit.

uate in the Western District of
New Providenceeach 3 months
imprisonment with hard labour.
Stanley Roberts- Feloniously
shooting at Kehecca Roberts fhii
wife, w 'ithjintent 10 kill and murder
11.< said Rebecca Robertas.nt for
trial in Supreme Court,
24Samuel IlnwlcgSimilar
charge as that against I.aura Ann
Briee of 201I1 iutt,-r-Sent lo the
Hospital for treatmert under the
Lunacy Act of 1890.
35. Ethel Tint ird Assaulting
anil beating Elizabeth Pintard
Dismissed.
Marv Poiiier Making a fire con*
tiff until to buildings situate |in the
Western DistrictCautioned,
John AimbnsterBreach Cab
Actas. M.
Donald lngrahiinBreach Street -
Traffic Rules12s. or 10 days.
Priscilla Mc MauraAssault and
b uterv on M uv J. Higgs Dismiss-
fd- A.
I.ydia DeveauxBreach Com-
pulsory Education ActOrder
made.
LARGE STADIUM BUILT
IN A MONTH
LARGER than the Jstadiums
of ancient Greece and compar
mil; favorably with the grand
stands on the athletic fields of
large {American colleges was
the temporary wooden amplii
theater erected in Denver for
the Knights Templar conclave
early in the summer. It was 710
ft. long, 410 ft. wide, and had
seats for about 26,500 persons.
Although it ,cost $33,000 and
contained over 1,000,000 ft. of
lumber; it was erected in a little
over a month. A picture of the
stadium appears in the Novetn
ber Popular Mechanics Maga
zine,
THE FOUNTAINS OF THE
PUSSIAN CZAR
Among the most striking decora-
tive leatures [observed in connec-
tion with the imperial palace and
grounds set apart for the exclusive
use of the Czar of Russia and his
family are the numerous fountains
of water that gush forth from vari-
ous unexpected sources and form
the most prominent pait of the
scheme of decoration.
The several approaches leading
to the Czar's pilaceatPeterhof ana
the spacious grounds immediately
surrounding this magnificent resi-
dence are doited with fountains.
The palace gardens are also re-
splendent with these small ge>serj
arranged on distinctly original and
artistic lines. One design, known
as the mushroom fountain, is a
summer house having the appear-
ance of an open umbrella, from the
edges of which issue jets of water,
and another beautiful scene is pre-
sented by the alley of fountains
buiit along each bank of the Sam.
son canal, an artificial stream
which extends from the palace
through the adjacent gardens that,
with their many fountains, flowers,
and shrubbery, form a real fairy
land.
TOWN CRIER'S DIGNITY.
Deal's town crier possesses a wit
which two young men visitors
found rather disconcerting recently
While a crier was "crying" with
all thedignityof his ancient calling,
these two young men gazed over
his shoulders at the written copy of
his announcement. The offical
"Cry" finished, the oflical rang his
bell and then in stentorian tones
proceeded:
"Lost, on this very spot, the man-
ners of two young men. No re-
ward offered, as the finder would
have no use for the same." The
crowd laughed and the two young
men retreated rapidly.
SAINT AGNES' CHURCH
FEAST OF ALL SAINTS, Nov. i
EVE FRIDAY OCT. 31st.
Solemn Evensong, Sermon nnd
Procession at 7 p.m.
NOV. I, AH Saints DaySolemn
Eucharist 7 a.m.
SUNDAY IN OCTAVE.
Holy Communion 7 a.m.
Solemn Eucharist 10: 30 a.m.
1 'lullIrons Procession 4 : 15 p.m.
Solemn Evensong, (Procession
and Sermon 7 p.m.
AUDLEYJ. BROWNE, Rector.
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r a j R i
cablegrams
STANDARD Oil. CO'S
Gasoline
Drums i in Gallons.
London, 29Sir Fdv.ul Gray
"J 1 sP*'Ch i, tonight ex-
plained that wlmt the government
w is willing to concede to M*4isfy
ulster was a sort of home rule Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands
within dome rule, giving Ulster on arrival "Frances E."
control of |lt.r own e lucation, Only Five Drums each week,
lice, and matters of that kind.
London, 29. -The latest exploit!
of the militants has been to horn
down the mansion of Theodora
McKenna, brother of the home!
Secretary, at Branshott, Hump.
hire,
The firemen found a suffragette
Irassed 10 ihe whome se
' dying the net was a pro.
lest aggies! forcible Feeding,
Bombay. atf-The financial!
Iran 1$ of an alarm!fig charac-
ter. Failure has followed .failure1
Every branch of both finance ar.d |
brokerage is in a sine ofpnraly.
MS. r '
GALL.
22cts.
Ca h on Delivery.
C. C. SAUN0BRS.
September 33, 10r3.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Just Received;
w
Da >lin, 39-.fames Lnrfcin, the
''''' "f 'he rtri'ing Irish trans-
port workers was todav found guil.
|v on chargei of sedition and incit.
mg to riot and was sentenced to
n months imprisonment,
Washington, 99.Three Europe.
in natrons, Great Britain, Germany
and France have agreed to adopt
no new policy toward Mexico until
1 he g< vernment of th United Slates
I u I for their consider.i I ion a plan
fl Ihe future treatment of the ic-
pul-lic.
London, 39. London's police,
men have been inoculuted with
the trades union garni and a pro
visional eommittae dra vn lrm
Iheir ranks t--d.iv is busy enrolling
members in an organisation which
has Ik en named tfie "Metropolitan
rorca I rade I'm. n."
fxicn City, 39. -Fighting hns
1 "mu:i,-,i ;,t Monterey, accord-
1 1 to laie advices rec jv'ed hare
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday Oct. 31.
SPECIAL PROGRAMME
ML NEW PICTURES
WITH
A POWERFUL TWO REEL
FEATURE
"Vengeance"
6d, 9 FOR SALE
liL md l.ot on West St
'|.' nil, ul irs apply to M
km or Michael Ryan, 135 \V
New Voik Citv.
N.I.I \ M S
flE SHORM NX
Has jn-' added to his already
lai'.''' supply i" the line.
English and Ame-
rican I runks, Eng-
lull and Arueri) an
Dress Suil l ;iM,s
ime of v\huh are
in ide of compress.
Kit Bag*, Satchels, At1 id -'-,
and Soiled Linen Bags .tt
I'nces more interesting iban
ever.
Persona on th$ r>e oi
travelling dl do
well tl visit this I >-
partment and make
a Select "in ie iw.
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE AMU RETAIL
DEPARTMENT,
277, 379 Ray-ttieet,
FOR RENT.
OUBE on East Hay Street, al
present occupied hj B, P,
Sturrup Esq, possession given 1st.
August.
H
11'ly".
k K. MOORE
WALTI
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra |.nrg< n-'niini'iii .if
Holiday Cakea and 1 andiea
direct fiom the Factory such ns
Rainbow Mixed
Our Darling
Dixie Plantation
Our Hubby and 35 oilier different
Mixed Cakes lit 1 a eta per lb Mixed
Candies at 18 CIS per 11 > Als.. the
following Cakes in Packages at 6
cts. Raisin Cookies,O, U, Piesand
Lunch Mia ints. Theaa are unequal
td in quality,
A'l I'OOTE'S
East Bav Street.
Fresh Just Arrived
NION SEEDS from Tenariffi
and .ill other Vegetable Seed
;\r toote's.
499 M iv Street
()
-*
WP. would ifonn a,,
have on h guarantee our brand to he made of the finest Havaia and Susi
Wrappers,and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises bylskilled work'w
and great pains are taken t.i produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us .orhdentlv to ex
the pationage of coonoi 11 urs.
J. L. SAL'NDaKS & Co.
H..\ Street,
"t
,
i
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress"
Shingles at $9.60 per mou-
saml of 2(1 bundles
Discounts on Kits of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on chVapiT gradesalso
5i 11. Cypress at $0.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made p issiblebya wery
large purcha
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. S.\ UN DHL'S.
Nassau, X. P.,
Sftpt, 3o, 1913,
W. a. MATHER
UNDERTAKE R
DESIRES to inform his friends
ami the Public thai he has
just received a Complete outfit of
facilities lor the business f ,in un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to bis-care with
system and despatch ; and reaped
fully solicits their patronng (Jet
my I'm I I lust and prove that they
are the very lowest for first class
work.
VASSAL
Bargain House
Are Receiving bj to-day's steal
tt A large supply f New goods:
BLANKETS, BIANKI. is.
A GREAT Bargain Loi of "
Wool Mlankets at 8s iw
12s., 16s. and 1 each.
l.y These were lieyght a' mil
less than the market value and ;4
great bargains at tlac prices,
1 {Case of I me Corsets, directf^
from an English manufacturer at'^
Si tn is. n pair.
i Case Ladies' ami .Men'sStraw
Hats.
A large asstmt. Ladies' Winter
Coats from IOS, to \ 4s.
A Bargain in Ladies' lilack Hose
t.. be sold at is. pair,
Vtiother Large Job Lot of I.a Jiee
extra line quality. White Shirt
Waists .at 4s. (., fjs, each, these
>\.lists aic worth much more,
li irgxins in Ladies While Ore a
110 ids m Maiquiselte, Voile, Ma-
dias, Suitings, i.awns &c.
About 4000 yds. Prints, also
Cot tone, Percales, Cretonnes,etc.
\losqmto Nets at only js. 6d. per
in 1 e o' about 10 yaids.
A. !". MoORF.
NOTICE.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
Genera] repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Hgyler,
Bay Street. East (Wharf;


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