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u •' r R i ,', i; Ml! B "The Miami Fire Department ias offered a Reward as follows : J'"P"y. reward 6f $,50 for any '"'formation that will lea,] to the ""vici,r,n,,[,|,ep ersi ,„ n nsnns S" 8 he false aian '" st HENRY B. CHASE. Chief. u Car 8 *'"PPd per Marl Steamer •w-^urancH' hound for New York Nov. 22 l()I3. 78 bales Sponge, 12 bales Refuse >I";n S e, 4 f ) | );i |,, s | S|) „ neeC|j jf) 3 Cases I urHe SMI, 905 b^les Sis. %  71 bales Sisal Waste, 112 bbls. Nielli and li,, s 2I ons Lignumv'ne 1232 Cases Canned Goods. 749 Boxes Citrus Fairs, 23 bales "•irk, 2 packages old metal, 4 bbls flowers and Foliage hum-Quarrelling in street —8s. or 6 days each. James | aylor—l\ing highly ahdsive terms towards Police Constable! \ R, j -nml 83—Donald hrnncis and Henry Butcher, in street —Dismissed. Moses Patton— Breach Cab Art — 10s. or 7 days Daniel Wood—Breach Dog License Act — is. or 2 days CARLKGRAMS IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT November. 10—Henry ClintonDrunk in Street —5s. or 4 days. Anna A. Thompson—'Found wandering at large by the Police and deemed a lunatic and a propei person to be taken charge of and detained under care and tre.it. merit—Sent to the Hospital under Warrant to be dealt with under the Authority of the Lunacy An ol 1800. Theophiius Fowler—Assaulting and beating Ellen (his wife) — Bound in Ins own recognizance >" £5 10 keep the peace lo, 3 months and pay 3s. cost of prose cut ion. 11 -Robert Carev— Shopbreak. ing and larceny—Adjourned lo 12th mst., at noon. John Charles P. Horn — Bigamv — Adjourned to 181I1 instant. Pauline Girvin—Using profane nnd indecet t language in btrcet108, Of 7 da\. Lavinil Roll and Pauline G ir vm—Fighting in the Blue ii, Road to* <-r 7 days, and 12s. 6d or 8 days respectively. 12—Jolm Larnr.ori— Drunk and using profane language in Sjrfei Boiiuii in Ins own recogniz ihce in £5 to appear foi sentence il called upon. Hilton WoodsideIV.nk an I using profane langu ige in stieel 1 os (ir 7 d ivs, Robert Carey— Shophreaking ami I irornj -,MII f,>r In,,I in the nest session <>f the Supreme Court, \ndiew \|. Francs -Br Qu irantine Act —Pined £,_ M 13— William Mush ,n Breach street traffic rules—Cautioned. All e Ferguson and Isadora Deveaux Ouairelling and using profane and indei. i,t language in sight and bearing of parsons in stieet if,,, each or 14daya Matilda Rolle and Matilda HepNovember 24th 1913. Prague, 22.—Jules Vedn'nes. the French aviator, flew today from Nancy across Germany without descending. The distance covered was about 400 hiiles •-, 1 .,.,„ — UM 'I Yokohuka,, Japan. 22 —The Japanese cruisti I/IIIIIO mailed fur the Pacific Coast of Mi MO, this mom. ing. Mexico City, -•-•-— The bulk of the evidence ;,t hand continue! to indicate that • luerta is determine I not to ncrede til the den ii.ds of the United States government |.,, his elimination as president Washington, 22 —Three weets ol patient <-\\ m ntntion culm' nated in urces< I s( ni.iii when 1 he ("nil-.1 S) lies IMIV ll ohsorvato ry here heard the beats of ihe p„. ns obs.-iv it \ clock, is ir ins'iiit ted by Ri.ii tele ;raph signals from K.ff.d r.oter lo the radio station at Arlington. Jt THE AMERICAN BISON*. is fast becoming extinct, but thistfact need not trouble the housewife. .Her interest is centred on the fact that, thanks to SUNLIGHT SOAP, the terrors of wash-day have become quite extinct. With SUNLIGHT SOAP as a helper the wash is quickly over. Labour is reduced by its use—time 'is saved and the "clothes are preserved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does the work. It is made for that purpose. TRY IT ANI> SAVJK YOUR %  il TIMK A.NO MONEY. her searchlights upon the doomed ship uhile the revue crew look all hands lately of. London, ?i.—Lord Cow/dray, who his large confess m Mexico, sai 1 m 1 n interview to. 1 iy that he learned with great interest front u. w-papeis ilmi a Bri lish w irship h id been disp .1. h>I to the Puerto Mexico ten A of the I ehuai'tepec Rmlway which he own*, because the \| -xican goy eminent linos which join it h ive been cut and ih fore thousand employes for which he is respondWe could only be aided by ., war ship. NOTICE A N I'.ntcitainni.nt will Qe given in St. Matthews Schoolroom on 1 u'-,1 ly evening 35th tost. Doors open 7:30 commencing si 8 nclock p.m. Admission is. Light Refresmneuis will be s ,' | In aid of St. Matthew's CIlurcTl /. \CII\R|\s HARROW. SHOEMAKER D ESIRES In inform his Patrons ""I Ihe Public 1h.1t he lia %  vjd '" in Shirlet Stieet, Be 11 "Kelly s Bakery," to the Market Kan-.-, Citv \ln .i, ,,.;, r ol Cn.jceiy Store nl Mr. Sun Rue where he is prepued to #rve then, as promptly and aseffi ientlyas iu the |> 1st. I',f.if,si, 22.-It is announced ih it Lord Pirie will re,i_r,, t i,,. rhiir n 1 sftip ,,f Hail ml \ Wolfl at the end of the \-.-.ir. It is undeistout! th ii Lord Piris will enter th* political field, p..s_i. I>ly in an important Government position, A London, 22.-I was the British leship Iron Duke winch effn ted the lescu* of thii n ,iv passen. i-'-'s nnd < lew of Ihe -teau.c, sc itn 1 '.i• • %  a spe ialtv, %  Lnn evi n sell yi u 1 very rnnvel rrient t>i •. .• drum with faucit to keep Li.soline. iN.me and see theirt. Apply lo /. P. >IM\I->. 47 Ma.ket Street "ov. 18, 1913, J. C COAKLEY'S PennyCigap "Ladysmith Brand*' It is bitter than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere Try one andbi convinze of its excellent quality. WANTED G oo|) vend hand bicyc wanted immediately. Apply a Tribune Ofltca." Mrakel Street. E WANT LI). MPLOYMENTbf a Housekeeper or Cook. Apply at "Tnbune Office I JL



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O (0 \%nm Nullius addictua |urte in verbs maglstrl. Being bound to swear to the Dogma.* >f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. November 24. 191 > No. 3 LEON K. H. DITI (II. r UToR ANU I'Rol'lll I' S OrriCB 3 44 MAKKKT STRUT Nassau N''-. F.AIIAMA. 1. it. Hoi Hi:. PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday an'' Friday — single coin ••• %  • %  I Tuesday Tbtlisday and Saturday— tingle Oopl [ %  vVeekly 4 1'' Monthly ...i>. 4'' Quarter!) } •• Hal'Yaarl ... "* PAYABLE IS ADVANCE. MvettWni Retei B' l ,e,,re l*' '"" %  (or first insertion three pence P one tor second insertion: ami one |*nnv per hue for subsequent inssrtion*. Advertisement* under eiitlit lines 4S. F.RRVITM Li the article referinsr to tli p arbitral f ibf claim of 'be *x•Tutors "f tinlate Henry N. Flag IK for services of 8. S. Miami f" r £'700 reii.l £ i7"0. The 'inner'' R\ brought frm Miami on Saturday evening, Shinf .| l s ,(,asoHre,a..dCattb feed, and ti,r fnlUtWiQt! p iwriorf,. Mi Julia Fisher, (18 months r age visiting li" grandfather) Messrs Enoch ReeUey, *" Reekley, James ll.rl.u-n, Amos Smith and Reginald Hurrnwa (6). General P-i Office Nassau N>'• N'iV. 2-i'll i') 13Foreign Mail* to be despat< bed via Miami pet "France E willI Da „,• U p and elusion Wednesday ,„x', ihe abih November at . O'I licka, m. rha Schr. "Admiral" Brrived inii morninf from Miami with lum hei anrl shingles; and Hie ldlowing pattengeri.— Mesdamtt Victoria Neely, Din. na Thompson, Mary Hepburn, Amelia Marshall, R<* Deveaui, and P.ioli.i F.vans Misses Emily Hepburn. Harriei Marshall, and ergVretM Marshall; Messrs w "1ia:n II. Alhurv. Samuel rergurson, Lincoln Wallace, Nathaniel Moxev, Simeon IligWS, John Mackey, Nathaniel I' Moxey, Espy Polle, I lose;* Knowltt, Isaac Miller, Thomas £. Mackey, Dennis J, Evans, Zepbeniah Pinder, and Charles II. Su ill) ; Mattai Charles Deve.iux. 124) Don't forget "The Call of Louis Mono," and other good Keels, at the Imperial tonight. (From Miami I lerald" Nov.8) LAS I SADSERVICKS IN MEMORY OF FIREMAN JOHN A. THOMPSON I lie funeral of the late John Austin Thompson, the volunteer fireman who waa dashed to death Friday night when a chemical auto truck turned tuitle, was held in the Baptist church yesteiday afternoon, Pev. John A. Wray officiating, Never 111 ihe history of Miami li is iheie been a greater attendance at a luneral, and at no burial service has there betn manifest more sincere mourning and genuine sorrow. Every seat in the gallery and mam auditorium was filled, and dozens stood m the aisles, while fully as many stood on the outside as were in the building! Hundreds, failed t" secure seat-, pncided the I roCCttjpn to the cemetery and waited! here. The firemen, members of Company M, Kat ional Guard of Florida, Second Regiment band, membeis of the Loyal Order of Motie, and Cigarmakera' Union attended in a body,rempletely filling the right row cf seats, while main of the rjuldicrt wer* unable to secure seats, and waited outside. I he body was preceded by Capt. J L. Jaudon, E. C. Faud I and VV. C. Gibson and Lieutenants Youell (1. Pops and Robert E. dates, honarary pall bearers, bearing wreaths and olhei floral offerings. The pall bearrs were John D.xon. Albert Windbani, iKmald G. Cannon, Fmoiy A. I.eatherman, Joe Pyfrom and Kingsley Fink, em ploves ol Hill Brothers, with whom the deceased worked lor seven years. Appropriate musical offerings were rendered by Miss Eleanor S creven, who presided at the organ, and a male quartette composed of Claud Biown, Frank A. Keene, Willis VV, Hall and C. VV. Rich ter. Pev. Wray spoke touchingly of the dead, and dwelt on his record in dealings with his (lelowman, since coming to N iami. The minister told of his integrity and df votion to duty, loyalty to friend*) and the many traits of character which had endeared the deceased to so many. Upon leaving the church the Second Regiment band preceded playing a funeral dirge, Company M following and the Cigannakers Union next in line, and the firemen bringing up the rear, all inarching on foot with hundreds of friends in carriages, automobiles and on foot. After arriving at the grave, Rev. Wray conducted a brief service. The officers and members of the Moose lodge held their service, with Chief Dictator (ieo. A. Lane leading. I be band played the national anthem, thereby unconsciously catrying out a wish of the deceased, who once said, "When 1 die I want the Star Spangled I'.anner played ai mv funeral." A military salute was Brad, anil then the sad notes of taps were sounded. The deceased was twenty-one years of age. He came to Miami from Nassau Bahama Island, seven years ago with Ins parents, Mr. and Mis. \Y F. Thompson, two brothers, Herbert and Fletcher, and a sister, Miss Muriel Thompson, all of whom reside in Miami. "The following Regimental Order was issued: Mr. Thompson was a nephew of our respected fellow citzen Mr. John A. Deineritte ami has left a large circle of relatives and friends 111 Nassau. NO IK E All members of Hi %  second regi meat band and compan) M. second infantry, National liutrd ol Flori. de, are hereby ordered tuappear at their armory in uniform at 2 P.m., today lo attend the funeral of the late Sergeant John Austin Thomp son. No member will be excused. By order of JAMES U. DILL. Capt. commanding Post Miami. /


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Publication Date: Monday, November 24, 1913
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Nullius addictua |urte in verbs maglstrl.
Being bound to swear to the Dogma.* >f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. November 24. 191 >
No. 3
LEON K. H. DITI (II.
r UToR ANU I'Rol'lll I' S
OrriCB 3 44 MAKKKT STRUT
Nassau N- ''-. F.aiiama.
1. it. Hoi Hi:.
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday an'' Friday
single coin I '
Tuesday Tbtlisday and Saturday
tingle Oopl ...... [
vVeekly ........41''
Monthly ...i>. 4''
Quarter!) ........}
Hal'Yaarl ... "*
Payable is advance.
MvettWni Retei B' l,e,,re l*' '""
(or first insertion three pence P one
tor second insertion: ami one |*nnv per
hue for subsequent inssrtion*.
Advertisement* under eiitlit lines 4S.
F.RRVITM
Li the article referinsr to tlip
arbitral.......f ibf claim of 'be *x-
Tutors "f tin- late Henry N. Flag
Ik for services of 8. S. Miami f"r
'700 reii.l i7"0.
The 'inner'' R\ brought frm
Miami on Saturday evening, Shin-
f.|ls,(,asoHre,a..dCattb feed, and
ti,r fnlUtWiQt! p iwriorf,. -
Mi Julia Fisher, (18 months
, r age visiting li" grandfather)
Messrs Enoch ReeUey, *"
Reekley, James ll.rl.u-n, Amos
Smith and Reginald Hurrnwa (6).
General P-i Office
Nassau N- >'
N'iV. 2-i'll i') 13-
Foreign Mail* to be despat< bed
via Miami pet "France E willI Da
, Up and elusion Wednesday
,x', ihe abih November at .
o'i licka, m.
rha Schr. "Admiral" Brrived
inii morninf from Miami with
lumhei anrl shingles; and Hie ld-
lowing pattengeri.
Mesdamtt Victoria Neely, Din.
na Thompson, Mary Hepburn,
Amelia Marshall, R<* Deveaui,
and P.ioli.i F.vans Misses Emily
Hepburn. Harriei Marshall, and
ergVretM Marshall; Messrs w"-
1ia:n II. Alhurv. Samuel rergur-
son, Lincoln Wallace, Nathaniel
Moxev, Simeon IligWS, John Mac-
key, Nathaniel I' Moxey, Espy
Polle, I lose;* Knowltt, Isaac Mil-
ler, Thomas . Mackey, Dennis J,
Evans, Zepbeniah Pinder, and
Charles II. Su ill) ; Mattai Charles
Deve.iux. 124)
Don't forget "The Call of Louis
Mono," and other good Keels, at
the Imperial tonight.
(From Miami I lerald" Nov.8)
LAS I SADSERVICKS IN
MEMORY OF FIREMAN JOHN
A. THOMPSON
I lie funeral of the late John
Austin Thompson, the volunteer
fireman who waa dashed to death
Friday night when a chemical auto
truck turned tuitle, was held in
the Baptist church yesteiday after-
noon, Pev. John A. Wray officiat-
ing,
Never 111 ihe history of Miami
li is iheie been a greater attendance
at a luneral, and at no burial ser-
vice has there betn manifest more
sincere mourning and genuine sor-
row.
Every seat in the gallery and
mam auditorium was filled, and
dozens stood m the aisles, while
fully as many stood on the outside
as were in the building! Hundreds,
failed t" secure seat-, pncided the
I roCCttjpn to the cemetery and
waited! here.
The firemen, members of Com-
pany M, Kat ional Guard of Florida,
Second Regiment band, membeis
of the Loyal Order of Motie, and
Cigarmakera' Union attended in a
body,rempletely filling the right
row cf seats, while main of the
rjuldicrt wer* unable to secure seats,
and waited outside.
I he body was preceded by Capt.
J L. Jaudon, E. C. Faud I and VV.
C. Gibson and Lieutenants Youell
(1. Pops and Robert E. dates,
honarary pall bearers, bearing
wreaths and olhei floral offerings.
The pall bearrs were John D.xon.
Albert Windbani, iKmald G. Can-
non, Fmoiy A. I.eatherman, Joe
Pyfrom and Kingsley Fink, em
ploves ol Hill Brothers, with whom
the deceased worked lor seven
years.
Appropriate musical offerings
were rendered by Miss Eleanor
S creven, who presided at the organ,
and a male quartette composed of
Claud Biown, Frank A. Keene,
Willis VV, Hall and C. VV. Rich
ter.
Pev. Wray spoke touchingly of
the dead, and dwelt on his record
in dealings with his (lelowman,
since coming to N iami. The min-
ister told of his integrity and df
votion to duty, loyalty to friend*)
and the many traits of character
which had endeared the deceased
to so many.
Upon leaving the church the
Second Regiment band preceded
playing a funeral dirge, Company
M following and the Cigannakers
Union next in line, and the firemen
bringing up the rear, all inarching
on foot with hundreds of friends in
carriages, automobiles and on
foot.
After arriving at the grave, Rev.
Wray conducted a brief service.
The officers and members of the
Moose lodge held their service,
with Chief Dictator (ieo. A. Lane
leading.
I be band played the national
anthem, thereby unconsciously
catrying out a wish of the deceased,
who once said, "When 1 die I want
the Star Spangled I'.anner played
ai mv funeral." A military salute
was Brad, anil then the sad notes
of taps were sounded.
The deceased was twenty-one
years of age. He came to Miami
from Nassau Bahama Island, seven
years ago with Ins parents, Mr. and
Mis. \Y F. Thompson, two bro-
thers, Herbert and Fletcher, and a
sister, Miss Muriel Thompson, all
of whom reside in Miami.
"The following Regimental
Order was issued:
Mr. Thompson was a nephew
of our respected fellow citzen
Mr. John A. Deineritte ami has
left a large circle of relatives
and friends 111 Nassau.
NO IK E
All members of Hi second regi
meat band and compan) M. second
infantry, National liutrd ol Flori.
de, are hereby ordered tuappear at
their armory in uniform at 2 P.m.,
today lo attend the funeral of the
late Sergeant John Austin Thomp
son. No member will be excused.
By order of JAMES U. DILL.
Capt. commanding Post Miami.
/


u
! ' r R i ,', i; Ml!
B !
"The Miami Fire Department
ias offered a Reward as follows :
J'"P"y. reward 6f $,50 for any
'"'formation that will lea,] to the
""vici,r,n,,[,|,epersi,n nsnns
S"8 ,he false aian" '"st
" HENRY B. CHASE.
Chief.
u.Car8 *'"PPd per Marl Steamer
w-^urancH' hound for New York
Nov. 22 l()I3.
78 bales Sponge, 12 bales Refuse
>I";nSe, ,4f)|);i|,,s|S|)neeC|j jf)
3 Cases I urHe SMI, 905 b^les Sis.
71 bales Sisal Waste, 112 bbls.
Nielli and li,,s 2I ,ons Lignum-
v'ne 1232 Cases Canned Goods.
749 Boxes Citrus Fairs, 23 bales
"irk, 2 packages old metal, 4 bbls
flowers and Foliage
hum-Quarrelling in street 8s. or
6 days each.
James | aylorl\ing highly
ahdsive terms towards Police Con-
stable! \ r, j -nml 83Donald
hrnncis and Henry Butcher, in
street Dismissed.
Moses Patton Breach Cab Art
10s. or 7 days
Daniel WoodBreach Dog
License Act is. or 2 days
CARLKGRAMS
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
November.
10Henry Clinton- Drunk in
Street 5s. or 4 days.
Anna A. Thompson'Found
wandering at large by the Police
and deemed a lunatic and a propei
person to be taken charge of and
detained under care and tre.it.
meritSent to the Hospital under
Warrant to be dealt with under
the Authority of the Lunacy An ol
1800.
Theophiius FowlerAssaulting
and beating Ellen (his wife)
Bound in Ins own recognizance
>" 5 10 keep the peace lo, 3
months and pay 3s. cost of prose
cut ion.
11 -Robert Carev Shopbreak.
ing and larcenyAdjourned lo 12th
mst., at noon.
John Charles P. Horn Bigamv
Adjourned to 181I1 instant.
Pauline GirvinUsing profane
nnd indecet t language in btrcet-
108, Of 7 da\.
Lavinil Roll and Pauline G ir
vmFighting in the Blue ii,
Road to* <-r 7 days, and 12s. 6d
or 8 days respectively.
12Jolm Larnr.ori Drunk and
using profane language in Sjrfei
Boiiuii in Ins own recogniz ihce in
5 to appear foi sentence il called
upon.
Hilton Woodside- IV.nk an I
using profane langu ige in stieel
1 os (ir 7 d ivs,
Robert Carey Shophreaking
ami I irornj -,mii f,>r In,,I in the
nest session <>f the Supreme Court,
\ndiew \|. Francs -Br
Qu irantine Act Pined ,_ m
13William Mush ,n Breach
street traffic rulesCautioned.
All e Ferguson and Isadora
Deveaux Ouairelling and using
profane and indei. i,t language in
sight and bearing of parsons in
stieet if,,, each or 14daya
Matilda Rolle and Matilda Hep-
November 24th 1913.
Prague, 22.Jules Vedn'nes. the
French aviator, flew today from
Nancy across Germany without
descending. The distance covered
was about 400 hiiles.....-, 1 .,.,
UM 'I
Yokohuka,, Japan. 22 The Ja-
panese cruisti I/iiiiio mailed fur the
Pacific Coast of Mi mo, this mom.
ing.
Mexico City, --- The bulk of
the evidence ;,t hand continue! to
indicate that luerta is determine I
not to ncrede til the den ii.ds of
the United States government |.,,
his elimination as president
Washington, 22 Three weets
ol patient <-\\.....m ntntion culm'
nated in urces< I s( ni.iii when
1 he ("nil-.1 S) lies imiv ll ohsorvato
ry here heard the beats of ihe p.
ns obs.-iv it \ clock, is ir ins'iiit
ted by Ri.ii tele ;raph signals
from K.ff.d r.oter lo the radio sta-
tion at Arlington.
Jt
THE AMERICAN BISON*.
is fast becoming extinct, but thistfact need not
trouble the housewife. .Her interest is centred on
the fact that, thanks to Sunlight Soap, the terrors
of wash-day have become quite extinct. With
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as a helper the wash is
quickly over. Labour is
reduced by its usetime
'is saved and the "clothes
are preserved.
Sunlight Soap does the
work. It is made for that
purpose.
TRY IT ANI> SAVJK YOUR
il TIMK A.NO MONEY.
her searchlights upon the doomed
ship uhile the revue crew look
all hands lately of.
London, ?i.Lord Cow/dray,
who his large confess....., m
Mexico, sai 1 m 1 n interview to.
1 iy that he learned with great in-
terest front u. w-papeis ilmi a Bri
lish w irship h id been disp .1. h>- I
to the Puerto Mexico ten......A of
the I ehuai'tepec Rmlway which
he own*, because the \| -xican goy
eminent linos which join it h ive
been cut and ih.....fore thousand
employes for which he is respond-
We could only be aided by ., war
ship.
NOTICE
AN I'.ntcitainni.nt will Qe given
in St. Matthews Schoolroom
on 1 u'-,1 ly evening 35th tost.
Doors open 7:30 commencing si
8 nclock p.m.
Admission is.
Light Refresmneuis will be s ,' |
In aid of St. Matthew's CIlurcTl
/. \CII\R|\s HARROW.
SHOEMAKER
DESIRES In inform his Patrons
""I Ihe Public 1h.1t he lia
".....vjd '" in Shirlet Stieet, Be 11
"Kelly s Bakery," to the Market
Kan-.-, Citv \ln .i, ,,.;,r ol
Cn.jceiy Store nl Mr. Sun Rue
where he is prepued to #rve then,
as promptly and aseffi ientlyas iu
the |> 1st.
I',f.if,si, 22.-It is announced
ih it Lord Pirie will re,i_r,, ti,,.
rhiir n 1 sftip ,,f Hail ml \ Wolfl
at the end of the \-.-.ir.
It is undeistout! th ii Lord Piris
will enter th* political field, p..s_i.
I>ly in an important Government
position,
A
London, 22.-I was the British
leship Iron Duke winch effn t-
ed the lescu* of th- iin,iv passen.
i-'-'s nnd < lew of Ihe -teau.c, sc itn
insj in Ihe English Channel enrly
I he Iron Duke was carrying out
'rials in the Cli mil- I during tlie
niht,and when the burning steam.
er was sighted sailors from the
' rship were put off m boats to
th rrscue. The Iron Duke played
FOUND.
SE r of Uppei False I eeth
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one shillini; ., gnlloa.
Drums of 50 Kalions at 11 rents
1 lllon, subject to return when
empty.
I fiese special Drums do awav
With the necessity of buying a
Storage lank.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
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Gasoline
CTANDARD Oil CosGasoleJ
O sold.in quantities of 5 KallnZ
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lirniL; ., Vessel for small quanti-
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Ren Cars also f..r Hire.
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\uto (> 1 '.i a spe ialtv,
Lnn evi n sell yi u 1 very rnnvel
rrient t>i . . drum with faucit to
keep Li.soline. iN.me and see
theirt.
Apply lo
/. P. >IM\I->.
47 Ma.ket Street
"ov. 18, 1913,
J. C COAKLEY'S
PennyCigap
"Ladysmith Brand*'
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