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^ Zbc tribune i i ; Tuesday. December 16. 1915 ; One advantage that the Miami Nassau route holds over all others is its shortness. Many people would look on that as a great consideration when making plans for a winter holiday. Hut we cannot help wondering whether it is really the case that the "Mi urn" need make so long a sweep in order to reach US. If she could come through the North West Channel, her journey would be lessened bv some hours, and perhaps part of the route would be smoother. We remember that when steamship communication between here and Miami began, it was seriously thought that a Vessel like the "Miami" could come through -The North \\ | A plan was mooted to buoy off certain parts of the channel, and some competent seamen' were confident that it could be successfully tarried out. But it was pooh-poohed by other* and abandoned. Now the "Miami" can roll on occasion, and in ,, r der to get tourists here, hei propensity to roll should be indulged as little as possible Ought not the opinion of men who ara or have ew accustomed to navigating the North West channel to be taken on Hn-. point and carefully weighed? Perhaps past users of the route would be more impartial than men who use it 'ow, because the latter might nave an interest in keeping the & %  a. Miami to the longer route. N t son is that they have been fr.ght! this time been absorbed and are fully disappointed in the num ber of bookings. I understood him to say that on none of th.' vessels had they had more than about thirty percent of the accommodation applied for, whereas last year they had three now in firm investment hands. 1 here still remains, however, banging over the money market, enormous amounts of money lent to governments, railroads and all sorts of borrowers, and the work of the capitalists of % %  — • %  "" "i me uiipuaiiMS 01 times as many applications as the world, and in particular of they could accommodate. He i London, for the next year will incidentally admitted I hat [ was .be take,, up chiefly in absorbing the only one he had booked for]and funding into permanent loans all these short term obligations. In other words the saving-, of the next twelve months or more will | )e taken uj very hugely in pun basing long-term bou Is of one kind and another, the proceeds of which will be applied to repaying to the bankers of the world ies which the) have temporarily advanced n short term no PS to K ivernmentS, railways, for mone) already spent. Sii George summed up the situ ition by saying thai lie looked f.ir a slackening of the speed ofwh of p-ogress during the coming veai but certainly not for n\ n lancial eras ; there will > a chei k, but it vill merelv | the orm of g ingslowly foi %  •rl to years; foe I he next tv Ive months there will be very little mone) to -pare for any new en %  terprise of am kind, all mone) accurmilal •(! being required to fund short-term securities i falling due ; thai we in Canada must be content to do with what little capital we can get for one ortwo years and to go rather of the armchair seaman , Wa *£ out, wtodi n-.t mere want the vsews of practical y absorbed enormous amounts mariners. the cruise in Montreal The cause of the whole trouble is the extraordinary tightness of money. General trade is good, but capital is lacking and banks have shut down on everything except on absolute necessities. Things are gradually improving, but very few people have anything to spare on luxuries, lain afraid your West Indian travel will suffer considerably. We had a very interesting address yesterday at the Canadian Club by Sir George Paisll, associate editor of the London "Statist." He dealt with the commercial situation in Canada which he declared to be eminently satisfactory. He gave figures showing the marvellous growth of Canada in the last ten years, stating that no other country in the world had done so well ; and he believed that the next ten years would even surpass the last ten. Conditions are fundamentally strong but he said that all the world, and Canada in particular, has In en progressing more rapidly and I slowly during that time but th it making more demands foi capi if we .-an pull through these two : tal than it has been m the years, we can have the satisfac-1 power of the capitalists ol the lion of feeling that there will bv world to supply from the anthat time, in all probabilitv !„ is of the peopl.. Just plenty of funds available, and we can go on jus; as iapid, >efore. I his common sense view is. I It is generally known that several of the White Mar Do '""i.on l.me proposed cruises to the West Indies have been can A correspondent, writcancelled. The.,representative called over to see me the other day, and I asked him why they were doing this. 11^ said thai the public reason was that the vessels were required for the traffic h e i i, — England and tniswde. 1 said "that is thPUbhc reason; what is the real reason?' | | e Bftid |lir rfl;)1 ol capital but also frightened think, an accurate portrait of fi continental capitalists (but noi nancial conditions as they exist tnglisll), s i thai they no longer at present and agrees w ;h (he would invest. The public Ho opinions of all well informed rations ol companies actually | bankers every where. taken in the London market .t during this current year will During our brief stay at Gov.iiprobably come to a bou l fi.aoo eraor'i Harbour we had the on ooebywhS liTl' "T "' wllllh J usl bi! • %  s '"'l that things that something may be done to were now beginning to gradual, help restore our flagging nidusly right themselves; m >st of the tries, and mayhap cause some of underwutimr* which had bean j our people now in Florida, and placed in London, but which elsewhere, to return lo their valiad not been fully subscribed at leant lands and homes, and the the time by the public, have by almost depopulate I districts : We will lead off with an interview that we had with Mr. Lucien Pyfroin, Merchant of Governor's Harbo ir In this the prospect is not so cloudy as%n some other talks v 'have had on the subject.— Mr. Pyfroin said : The outlook for the future is brightening I believe : Three years ago I was appointed Agent at Eleuthera for the Canadian Fruit and Development Co.. of Cai.'ada. We are i i the Tomato business principally. The first year very little wai done because the industry was little understood, however we did about %  A orth of busii ess. The seI year £i 20 vv; g paid for ton 1 toes, and I 1st year we paid out £400 for this wti le. You will note how rapidh the income from this source has inere ised. This year the yield p ro mises to he lwic< as large, if droughts do not disappoint us. %  K k to the lai I %  %  is, by all means; the lands >n Eleuthera can grow anything : demand for tomatoes is stei dii increasing : 1 have had 01 li 1 to pack just as many as I 1 n secure. Last year the crop nag excellent but it Would have hern better had not the seas m been so dry. '1 hese tomatoes are grown mostly at Palmetto Point.fr >m winch place many went to Florida, and learned much about tomato cultivation, wind knowledge they have been able t 1 put to good use. Would this industry help to on vnit people from ;oing to Florida ? By all mi ans: I will give you an instant e: My Sub at Palmetto Point, was on the ol leaving Ins home when he was encouraged to remain by the prospect offered bv this industry, and he is glad to day thai he did not leave. Some have returned, and many more would follow their example if remunerative work could be obtained in their own homes. Palmetto Point is mostly a swamp or what is known as muckjland, but those who have b en away have learned to put this land to good use, they drain and uee it for obtaining their earl) crops: They have also learned to plant systematically, and in this way they have obtained


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^^ THE TRIBUNf We pay a tomatoes on jirincipals h; to induce th f 1111v into the and the reaping was begun on Match If, 1913. By the way apart from tne purchases made by m\ quantities were bought bv Messrs \ v A. Griffin and Mr. .1. L. Si,, ders. Last year one acre and 1 lialf of land raised ^100 worth of tomatoes for its owner. ; per bushel for lie spot, and my _• asked me to try >eople to go more industry as there is a great and steadily increasing demand for this vegetable. *• On Saturday night] there iwas no light at the Cove, and tli'' mail sth.) ler "Leaon" was Idelayed s... .hat on that o %  nan at the wheel watching for the •vas only from a the shore there VAS known that the Cove h id been p ssed. We under ind that this is not •the first timi lat this has hap pencil. Il.i.i 1 ra been00moonlight on this 1 evasion much more delay would \e been lhe result When the wi I blows from a certain qjarter, going into the Cove i>dangerous, especially on dark nights. Where a light is el .pected, it six ild be found under all conditions jcount. The kept careful! light, and ii knowledge • about thai i We desin o place on record •ur appreciation of the kindness and thought! Iness of Captain Watkins, ol ,ie mail schooner 'i.eaon." |i j. ,s been our plea to %  alo -. %  with Captain Watkins to his passengers. He has not been well,physically of late, but we hope that lie will soon be res tored to his usual health and good spirits. Rev. T. E. Iloakley, of KM. chest, r Seminary, Rochester N. Y., will preach in the Parlia ment Street Baptist Church tomorr.nv(Wednesdav) evening at 7 o\ tcM k. A Foreign Mail, containing correspondence for the Stale of Florida and specially addiess.d correspondence for older places, to he despatched per "Frances Ii" will he made up and closed on -Thursday next, December iHtli, at 8 a.m. Attention is invited to a Mo tice in another column by w Inch it will be seen that Mr S. h. O. Clutsam has resumed his stand ing al the Bahamas Bar. The Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" arrived early this morning from New York with the following passengers: Sist'is Anna Farretl and M ..i\ Ambrose; Misses C. frost, Blam he Garner, (i. Higgs, L e, E G. T. Adderley, K. Claridge Dons Claridge, Enid Aldi n, Elisabeth Green, Kate Stevens, Jennie Kdwins, Agnes Morrison. Mary Smith, Bridget Sullivan, Anna Walsh and Mary A. Herring ; Mesdames Capt. Post F W. SS inter, L. 1.. (iuerin, an I Com lia Claridge ; Mr. and rs Robl Badgley. Mr. and Mrs. I). Allen, \b. and Mrs. Hugh Male dins >ni, Di. and Mrs. W. R. Il.di, Mr. and Mis. J. W. I.e.-. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bud t ikirch, Mi', and Mrs. Km -t Ryder, Mr, and Mrs. John Gr< Messrs. Henny J. Thayer, K. B. Hatch, D. Lufkin.A. Haverlock Cas-. A. J. B. Clutsam, T LI Hoakley, E. N. Todd, Get. Hi gs, G. L. Bethel, George Don Idson, Max Laskcr, Geo Schutt, Benjamin Seltz, John I. Lj rich, James Lennon, I Ii nry Crerar, David Glickman, Michael Conroy, Pati i' k Farrell, Carl I.a Salla,James C. Fergurson, Harrj Rover, I ieurge Bauer, I loward Etts, \\ itliam Moore, Bvron Spencer, John I.. Sullivan. Rev W. Davison, Dr. 0 F. Costenbaaei and Jami I inly. Misses M ir^.uet Low,Gertrude Clinton, I Hie Smith, Alwdda Moss,Beatrice Storr and Cinder* .lla Taylor; Mesdames Kaflie B. Smith, Ri becca Clinton, and Elizabeth Farqubarson ; Mr. and Mrs. Maisliall Mead; Messrs Connie Harris.Prince Baltimore, ThomasTravare, Stuart Cnner, Bernard Fountain, George W. Chisinan and Lionel 'I'. Foster, 86}. The Manager of the "Imperial Theatre has prepared a good pro-ran.me Tor to morrow evening Don't ini-s it. A Synopsis of one of the pieces follow : Jiangs Burglar Alarm —'ohn Hangs is a great invent..v. oi thinks he is and is continually seeking for new and startling ideas He finally discovers one in a marvelous burglar alarm, which he proceeds to place on the market. Without his being aware of it, one of his alarms is installed in his own L house and be is the first one to be caught by it. It proves to be all that could be expected of a burglar alarm, but unfortuna tely, as it also possesses the principles of an infernal nia chin. it alarms the entire neighbourhood and nearly wrecks bis home. Dear Mr. Editor, In the knowledge of the occult arts and sciences, we cannot have the faintest conception of how much beyond those of the modern schools were the savants of two thousand years ago and even six thousand years, and while a lar<:e majority of the scientists of the present day i,Mime tl.em entirely, for the simple reason that they them Selves are unknown,, yet there are those who have made their nain s famous, who curl up their lips at the mere mention of the names of their predecessors, yet are unable to vie with them, or to explain their secrets. Can the wise men of to-day tell us how the wise men of the Court of Ka \leseturned their rods into serpents ? Can they tell us how the l\ ramids were built ? Then the rigs of the ancient writers, how they fit into modern conditions like the keystone of an arch 1. hiding all the bricks together into a solid, compact and symmetrical oneness. For instance, I'. Macclus Plaatus of Umbria, the Bat-footed poet, writing 184 B. C Dictum sapienti sat est and Bis dui qui cito dat, how applicable are these axioms which we quote freely in this 20th Century lo our Homines sapientes proudly treading the streets of their native city as the Voces populorum make the welkin ring with shouts of Palmam qui tntruit ftrat. Who are these wise men that tli" people delight to lion mr ? Verily are they the Electric Board, for to them, a word has heen sufficient, they have fo'ven twice 111 giving in four days that which others could not give in four years ; and the people shout. Was this not foretold bv the "flat footed one of l'n>! bria ?" Yea verily One additional pole and light has been placed in Market Street half-way between Trinity Place and Princes Street, and the light lit Trinity Place corner swung around into Mai ket Street This adjustment ought not to inter leie with the proper lighting of Trinity Place, Of course If it should we, must turn on the "Dictum sap." Anyhow, we now %  %  %  • %  feel that things are safe in the hands of the Electric Board. In this matter they have done well we are pleased with them and we hereby revoke our former judgment without mental reservation. We think that all the Public Boards have been up to the mark lately, and if there should happen to be any laggards among them, any not quite so conscientious and energetic, and alive to the responsibilities that they have assumed for the sake of Kudos, we hope that they may be stimulated by the example of their confreres, and resolve henceforth to adopt as their motto ; "Bonus populi lex nosttrest" ; so that when their work has been accomplished and is reviewed by their less distinguished f.How citi/ens, in one spontaneous acclamation there shall reverberate amid the temples of the Colonial Athens in hearty Auglo Saxon, the plaudit, •Well done good and and faithful servants." A. W. T. K. WELL S. H. 0. CLUTSAM ATTORNEY AT LAW OKI-ICE J I'.HINKIl OF SlIIHII.i WlU'ltr.DKICK STRSSTS. IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesday Dec. 17 Bang's Burglar Alarm The Bugle Call For Her Sake The Ninth Commandment FOUR EXTRA REELS GOOD PICTURES Prices Gil. qd. is. REMEMBER.!] No home wn.or can bo complete without "Music"' W I". are offering a line of High Grade Pianos, Player Pianos, Piano Oti(ans, and Reed Organs suitable f"i every home. Con..'! and see our latest catalogue .ind let us send on" of these mstiuments dueel hem factory to your home for 30 days trial. Absolutely FREE for Bskinjr.Choow for you lelf.Oui instrunieut* and terms are tlic Det in the World, THERIS1NQ STAR Dillet Street \Y. F. W. 6Co



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THE T K 1 D rj N h. i of God. Thus they seem to be neaier Hie throne of God andenj iy bora of His immediate presence. It is from this company of an ili .i .ire so neir the throne of t i i I ili i God selects two who are to he %  vii it the Scriptures rail "Covering Cherubs" because they stand, one on the right hand, and the other on t ie left of the throne of God .in I His Son, with their wingioutstretched over the throne, thus covering it. This is well demonstrated in the sanctuaryth.it \l tses wax commanded to build after the put tern shown him while upon the jnount. Paul says that the one M !S built was to serve unto the • \ i nple and shadow of heavenly I things as Moses was admonished n h n he was about to m ike the t iberoac'e : "For see, saitfa He, thu thou make all things according to the pattern shown thee in th* mount'*. Turning to Exo lus 25 : is.jj we 6nd th it Moses, when he made that which repre~ents the tin one of God, placed on either end there of cherubims, or aiu of beaten gold, with wings out stretched covering lie meriy seat, 01 throne of C, >d. I lere (i id would meet and commune with 11 is '^people. Near His heavenly throne are als 1 two angels, one at either end. In the twenty eighth chapter of Ezeluel, G >d has occasion to 11, to us of one of these cover log cherubs. He s ivs, in the four tenth verse, Thou art the anointed cherub tiiat coverth ; an I I have lei theeso; I'h >u wast upon the li ilv m iunt mi of Gil; (hou h ist walked up and down in the midst of the stones o f fire. "Speakingof the wisdou of tins angel the se m I Verse 5 iy>( 5 gallons and up>\ ird fur one shilling |> : gallon ;il (in i.'e Bring R Vessel for small quantit ies, Drumi may be had with "drum lots,' subject tu return wtoenempty R< o the Iifth v ais told at (1175, less 10 pei (fiit discount f. o. I), factory, RPO Cars also lor I lire. Bicycles rented for 10s. a week. Auto nohile nnd bii ycle supplii s kept in stock. Cylinder oil and Auto Cue,is.a specialty. Can even sell you a very convenient storage drum with laurit to keep gusolice. Come and see thrin. Apply to J. P, SIMM-. 47 Market Stn et Snv. 18, 191 ;. NOTICE See I O t'lv Special Line of PORTR \U" WORK for Christmas. SANDS, Photographer, Bay-street, City. Gasoline S TAN DA I I) Oil. COS C*s. OLINE. Sold in quantities of One Gallon and upwards for one shilling a gallon. Drums of 50 gallons at 21 cents a gallon, subject to return when empty. These special Drums do away with the necessity of buying a Storape Tank. Shingles Best No. i Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at $Q.6O p er thousand of 20 bundl' 1 KscountE mi lots of <>\ er 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also -,in. Cypress at $6.73 per thousand <>f 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C SAUNDERS. NOTICE Special AT THE ROYAL STORE. ESI' No. (i Flour at I cts. lb. ,, ,, 1 ,, Laurel Brand %  J II). fin 7 cts. „ „ 1 and Storm King Brand at8 cts. Il>. White Granulated Sugai I lbs. •_'I 1 is. Brown Crystallized Sugai at it cts. II). A hove Stock just Received per s s. "Vigilancia" Good Qu ility and Tresh. And I; st hut not least le*" Pure Jamaica Rum At to*. Per Gallon "Call early" J. L. SAUNDERS ft Co. J. C. C-AKLEY's"' PennyCigap "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. NOTICE \ITIIAT about that \ V PANAMA HAT of yours It wants cleaning, Polishing and Blocking, and [K>ft here in this City can yon 'jet it done but al I MOM \^ E. N VBBIE, and at a very moderate prices Doesn't ma tier how bad a condition it may he in it pan be in l(l at Rood as new, or better. Remember he is at i 549 Bay Street B 1



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Nulllvis i!dii tus j MI. inIn verbs maoglatri. Being bound to swen.r to the Dogma.! if no Master VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Ba.hn.mas. Tuesday. December 16. 191} No. 22 LBON K. H Dl'l'i (11. CO 0) o XI SO w u 6 0) OKKK'K { 8 4 MAKKKT STRUT Nassau N. I'., I.AIIAMA. i". ii. Bm la PI BLISHED \)\\\.\ M'-nday, .Vediiesday ami Friday— Ungle copv id Tuesday. Thurtd ay and Saturday— single copv id Weekly 4li Monthly 1*. 4*1 Quarterly 4Half Yr.i,U 8s. Yearly ... I6s PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Aeiire per lire f• %  %  firfl inatrtion ; Ibrec pent 11 | for ncond ianrtion; and one peati) 111 line [<>r lubtsquenl irnerth DI, Advertisement* under eight line* 4s. December 16th 1913. BY RADIOTELEGRAPH. London, 15.—Angered by the re-arrest of Mrs Pankliursl militant suffragettes lodaj start* >1 a three hundred thousand dollar fire at Devonport, burned a valuable untenanted mansion at Houthern Leigh, Durnham Downs, near Bristol, and one suffragette had herself arrested for hurling a hammer through a police station w indow hi Sylvia Pankhursi was released from I lolloway Jail fodaj because of hung) r, (hirst and sleep st 1 ike. New York, 15.—The battleships Wyoming, Arkansas, Utafi and Florida arrived from the Mediterranean cruise this morning. Captain Chapin of the \\ yoming was taken ill five days ago while the Wyoming was br< asting a westerly gale and huge waves were sweeping over her, fore and aft. The captains recovery is doubtful. Chemnitz, Germany, 15.— FoUf persons aie known to he dead and 34 injured when a rock tunnel caved in today during a slight earthquake shock while a passenger train was go. hi"; through it. The locomotive and six cars were bufied beneath the debris. Washington, 15.—President Wilson's cold was so much improved today that he resumes work at the White I louse Glasgow, IS, The British battles lip ( miser Tiger was launched here today. She is known as the "Mystery Ship" 'Us.the details concerning her are being guarded strictly by the Admiralty. She is expected to beat any vesst I afloat. She has engines whit h will dev iloj 101.000 horse-power. Washington, 15.—Mexican advices today say that 1 ho re Dels have cut oil the water Supply of Tampico and have with* drawn from the vicinity. Oilier ad\ i 1 -as a desperate battle is being waged al Mazatlan on I 'at ific Coast, the town being surrounded by rebels, I v land and se.-i. The federals < hum that the rebels I'M B thousand men duiine (he lighting around I an pit Washington, 15.— The house commit tee "^ immigration today ordered favourable report on the Burnett immigration bill. It in'hides a literacy test and provides for deportation of aliens who preach violence. Washington, 15.— The' president has ordered an investigation on sat ires of administra lions Philippine policy which were the feature at a dinnerJre eenlly by the Order of the Carabao, which is composed of army and navy officers who sei ved in the Philippines. The president is displeased at songs sung bv the diners and wants the offenders punished. New York, 15.—That Js, "I saw the Lord titling on a th high and lifted up, and I I is tram filled thl leaven. Above it stood the urapkimn, and one cried unto another anJ said, Holy, I loly, Holy, is tile Lrd Of Hosts I the whole earth is full of I Ms glory." In the first [) nt of the tenth chap' let ol Exekiel we read that this prophel is also Linking into the heavens and tells what he MM, He la) riien I looked, and behold, in the fiunainent that was above, the head of the cherubims il. stood over them as it were a sap phiro store, as the appearance of ikenest nl a throne. Now the cheruhi'iis stood on the right tidi of the house when the 111,111 went in ; and the cloud filled the inner COUH . and the sound of the cherubim* wings was heard even to the cuter court as the voice of the Almighty (iod when He speakelh". Here is mentioned another order of the heavenly host whose position is by the side ol the ihlOnS V—.^ %  (continui d on fourth page)


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Nulllvis i!dii tus j mi.in- In verbs maoglatri.
Being bound to swen.r to the Dogma.! if no Master
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Ba.hn.mas. Tuesday. December 16. 191}
No. 22
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OKKK'K _{8 4, MAKKKT STRUT
Nassau N. I'., I.aiiama- .
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PI BLISHED \)\\\.\
M'-nday, .Vediiesday ami Friday
Ungle copv ........ id
Tuesday. Thurtd ay and Saturday
single copv ........ id
Weekly .........4li
Monthly .......1*. 4*1
Quarterly ........4-
Half Yr.i,U .......8s.
Yearly ... I6s
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Aeiire per lire
f firfl inatrtion ; Ibrec pent 11 |
for ncond ianrtion; and one peati) 111
line [<>r lubtsquenl irnerth di,
Advertisement* under eight line* 4s.
December 16th 1913.
BY RADIOTELEGRAPH.
London, 15.Angered by the
re-arrest of Mrs Pankliursl mili-
tant suffragettes lodaj start* >1 a
three hundred thousand dollar
fire at Devonport, burned a
valuable untenanted mansion at
Houthern Leigh, Durnham
Downs, near Bristol, and one
suffragette had herself arrested
for hurling a hammer through a
police station w indow hi
Sylvia Pankhursi was released
from I lolloway Jail fodaj be-
cause of hung) r, (hirst and sleep
st 1 ike.
New York, 15.The battle-
ships Wyoming, Arkansas, Utafi
and Florida arrived from the
Mediterranean cruise this morn-
ing. Captain Chapin of the
\\ yoming was taken ill five days
ago while the Wyoming was
br< asting a westerly gale and
huge waves were sweeping over
her, fore and aft. The captains
recovery is doubtful.
Chemnitz, Germany, 15.
FoUf persons aie known to he
dead and 34 injured when a
rock tunnel caved in today dur-
ing a slight earthquake shock
while a passenger train was go.
hi"; through it. The locomotive
and six cars were bufied beneath
the debris.
Washington, 15.President
Wilson's cold was so much im-
proved today that he resumes
work at the White I louse
Glasgow, IS, The British
battles lip ( miser Tiger was
launched here today. She is
known as the "Mystery Ship"
'Us.- the details concerning
her are being guarded strictly by
the Admiralty.
She is expected to beat any
vesst I afloat. She has engines
whit h will dev iloj 101.000
horse-power.
Washington, 15.Mexican
advices today say that 1 ho re
Dels have cut oil the water Sup-
ply of Tampico and have with*
drawn from the vicinity. Oilier
ad\ i 1 -as a desperate battle
is being waged al Mazatlan on
I 'at ific Coast, the town being
surrounded by rebels, I v land
and se.-i. The federals < hum that
the rebels I'M B thousand men
duiine (he lighting around
I an pit
Washington, 15. The house
commit tee "^ immigration to-
day ordered favourable report
on the Burnett immigration bill.
It in'hides a literacy test and
provides for deportation of
aliens who preach violence.
Washington, 15. The' presi-
dent has ordered an investiga-
tion on sat ires of administra
lions Philippine policy which
were the feature at a dinnerJre
eenlly by the Order of the
Carabao, which is composed of
army and navy officers who
sei ved in the Philippines. The
president is displeased at
songs sung bv the diners and
wants the offenders punished.
New York, 15.That J McCann who lias been missing
for a week will be home Thurs
day was the information on a
postal card received at the Mc
Cann home today. The raid was
posted in New York City Satur
day afternoon and it was ad
dressed to the girls mother.
Washington, 15.The si n ife
by a vote of 40 to 25 defeated
the i,rsl attempt to alter the ad
ministration currency bill.
San Francisco, 15.500 mem
bers of the Chinese colony met
here today to take steps towards
financing a revolution to
President Yuan Shi Kan of the
Chinese Republic. They say be
is preparing to declare himself
empeior.
.Communicated)
ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF
SATAN
(Continued)
These angels, with which (iod
so long ago SUriuunded I lie throne,
were placed there in orders, one
ranh above .mother. In the sixth
chapter of Isaiah one of these or-
ders is mentioned. The Prophet,
after looking into heaven ia>s, "I
saw the Lord titling on a th
high and lifted up, and I I is tram
filled thl leaven. Above it stood
the urapkimn, and one
cried unto another anJ said, Holy,
I loly, Holy, is tile Lrd Of Hosts I
the whole earth is full of I Ms glory."
In the first [) nt of the tenth chap'
let ol Exekiel we read that this
prophel is also Linking into the
heavens and tells what he MM, He
la) riien I looked, and behold,
in the fiunainent that was above,
the head of the cherubims il.
stood over them as it were a sap
phiro store, as the appearance of
ikenest nl a throne. Now the
cheruhi'iis stood on the right tidi
of the house when the 111,111 went
in ; and the cloud filled the inner
COUH . and the sound of the
cherubim* wings was heard even
to the cuter court as the voice of
the Almighty (iod when He speak-
elh". Here is mentioned another
order of the heavenly host whose
position is by the side ol the ihlOnS
V.^---
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Tuesday. December 16. 1915
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One advantage that the Mia-
mi Nassau route holds over all
others is its shortness. Many
people would look on that as a
great consideration when mak-
ing plans for a winter holiday.
Hut we cannot help wonder-
ing whether it is really the case
that the "Mi urn" need make so
long a sweep in order to reach
US. If she could come through
the North West Channel, her
journey would be lessened bv
some hours, and perhaps part of
the route would be smoother.
We remember that when
steamship communication be-
tween here and Miami began, it
was seriously thought that a
Vessel like the "Miami" could
come through -The North \\ |
A plan was mooted to buoy off
certain parts of the channel,
and some competent seamen'
were confident that it could be
successfully tarried out. But it
was pooh-poohed by other* and
abandoned.
Now the "Miami" can roll on
occasion, and in ,,rder to get
tourists here, hei propensity to
roll should be indulged as little
as possible Ought not the
opinion of men who ara or have
ew accustomed to navigating
the North West channel to be
taken on Hn-. point and carefully
weighed? Perhaps past users of
the route would be more im-
partial than men who use it
'ow, because the latter might
nave an interest in keeping the
& a. Miami to the longer route.

N t
son is that they have been fr.ght- this time been absorbed and are
fully disappointed in the num
ber of bookings. I understood
him to say that on none of th.'
vessels had they had more than
about thirty percent of the ac-
commodation applied for,
whereas last year they had three
now in firm investment hands.
1 here still remains, however,
banging over the money market,
enormous amounts of money
lent to governments, railroads
and all sorts of borrowers, and
the work of the capitalists of
.---------- "" "i me uiipuaiiMS 01
times as many applications as the world, and in particular of
they could accommodate. He i London, for the next year will
incidentally admitted I hat [ was .be take,, up chiefly in absorbing
the only one he had booked for]and funding into permanent
loans all these short term obli-
gations. In other words the sav-
ing-, of the next twelve months
or more will |)e taken uj very
hugely in pun basing long-term
bou Is of one kind and another,
the proceeds of which will
be applied to repaying to
the bankers of the world
ies which the) have temporarily
advanced n short term no ps to
K ivernmentS, railways,
for mone) already spent. Sii
George summed up the situ ition
by saying thai lie looked f.ir a
slackening of the speed ofwh
of p-ogress during the coming
veai but certainly not for n\
n lancial eras ; there will > a
chei k, but it vill merelv |
the orm of g ingslowly foi
rl to years; foe I he next tv Ive
months there will be very little
mone) to -pare for any new en
terprise of am kind, all mone)
accurmilal (! being required to
fund short-term securities i
falling due ; thai we in Canada
must be content to do with what
little capital we can get for one
ortwo years and to go rather
of the armchair seaman ,Wa' * out, wtodi n-.t mere
want the vsews of practical y absorbed enormous amounts
mariners.
the cruise in Montreal !
The cause of the whole trou-
ble is the extraordinary tight-
ness of money. General trade is
good, but capital is lacking and
banks have shut down on every-
thing except on absolute neces-
sities. Things are gradually im-
proving, but very few people
have anything to spare on lux-
uries, lain afraid your West
Indian travel will suffer con-
siderably.
We had a very interesting
address yesterday at the Cana-
dian Club by Sir George Paisll,
associate editor of the London
"Statist." He dealt with the
commercial situation in Canada
which he declared to be emi-
nently satisfactory. He gave
figures showing the marvellous
growth of Canada in the last
ten years, stating that no other
country in the world had done
so well ; and he believed that
the next ten years would even
surpass the last ten. Conditions
are fundamentally strong but
he said that all the world, and
Canada in particular, has In en
progressing more rapidly and I slowly during that time but th it
making more demands foi capi if we .-an pull through these two:
tal than it has been m the years, we can have the satisfac-1
power of the capitalists ol the lion of feeling that there will bv
world to supply from the an- that time, in all probabilitv !
is of the peopl.. Just plenty of funds available, and
we can go on jus; as iapid,
>efore.
I his common sense view is. I
It is generally known that
several of the White Mar Do
'""i.on l.me proposed cruises to
the West Indies have been can
A correspondent, writ-
cancelled. The.,- representative
called over to see me the other
day, and I asked him why they
were doing this. 11^ said thai
the public reason was that the
vessels were required for the
traffic heii, England and
tniswde. 1 said "that is th-
PUbhc reason; what is the real
reason?' | |e Bftid |lir. rfl;)1
ol capital but also frightened think, an accurate portrait of fi
continental capitalists (but noi nancial conditions as they exist
tnglisll), s i thai they no longer at present and agrees w ;h (he
would invest. The public Ho opinions of all well informed
rations ol companies actually | bankers every where.
taken in the London market .t
during this current year will During our brief stay at Gov-
.ii- probably come to a bou l fi.aoo eraor'i Harbour we had the on
ooebywhS liTl' "T "' wllllh Jusl b accim, : engaged one quarter or |joo.ooo,ooo., bou r problem on the spot, with
among those I has come to Canada. This in in men who know something aboil
I addition, of course, to all pri conditions and we propose to
\aie investments, the volume of give their views to our readers
w hirlii is enormous from time to time, in the hope
>i! - s'"'l that things that something may be done to
were now beginning to gradual, help restore our flagging nidus-
ly right themselves; m >st of the tries, and mayhap cause some of
underwutimr* which had bean j our people now in Florida, and
placed in London, but which elsewhere, to return lo their va-
liad not been fully subscribed at leant lands and homes, and the
the time by the public, have by almost depopulate I districts :
We will lead off with an in-
terview that we had with Mr.
Lucien Pyfroin, Merchant of
Governor's Harbo ir In this the
prospect is not so cloudy as%n
some other talks v 'have had on
the subject.
Mr. Pyfroin said :
The outlook for the future is
brightening I believe : Three
years ago I was appointed Agent
at Eleuthera for the Canadian
Fruit and Development Co.. of
Cai.'ada. We are i i the Tomato
business principally. The first
year very little wai done because
the industry was little under-
stood, however we did about
a orth of busii ess. The se-
I year i 20 vv; g paid for to-
n 1 toes, and I 1st year we paid
out 400 for this wti le. You
will note how rapidh the in-
come from this source has in-
ere ised. This year the yield pro.
mises to he lwic< as large, if
droughts do not disappoint us.
k k to the lai I ' is, by all
means; the lands >n Eleuthera
can grow anything ': demand
for tomatoes is stei dii increas-
ing : 1 have had 01 li 1 to pack
just as many as I 1 n secure.
Last year the crop nag excellent
but it Would have hern better
had not the seas m been so dry.
'1 hese tomatoes are grown most-
ly at Palmetto Point.fr >m winch
place many went to Florida,
and learned much about tomato
cultivation, wind knowledge
they have been able t 1 put to
good use.
Would this industry help to
on vnit people from ;oing to
Florida ? By all mi ans: I will
give you an instant e: My Sub at
Palmetto Point, was on the
ol leaving Ins home when he
was encouraged to remain by
the prospect offered bv this in-
dustry, and he is glad to day
thai he did not leave. Some
have returned, and many more
would follow their example if
remunerative work could be ob-
tained in their own homes.
Palmetto Point is mostly a
swamp or what is known as
muckjland, but those who have
b en away have learned to put
this land to good use, they drain
and uee it for obtaining their
earl) crops: They have also
learned to plant systematically,
and in this way they have ob-
tained interest you to know that last
year the total number of crates
shipped to New York was 3,724,
and the crop is quickly procur-
ed as this will show : Sued was
30, 101 3
set out begin 1
ing Dec.
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^^
THE TRIBUNf
We pay a
tomatoes on
jirincipals h;
to induce th
f 1111v into the
and the reaping was begun on
Match If, 1913. By the way
apart from tne purchases made
by m\ quantities were bought
bv Messrs \ v A. Griffin and
Mr. .1. L. Si,, ders. Last year
one acre and 1 lialf of land rais-
ed ^100 worth of tomatoes for
its owner.
; per bushel for
lie spot, and my
_ asked me to try
>eople to go more
industry as there
is a great and steadily increas-
ing demand for this vegetable.
*
On Saturday night] there
iwas no light at the Cove, and
tli'' mail sth.) ler "Leaon" was
Idelayed s... .hat on that o
nan at the wheel
watching for the
vas only from a
the shore there
VAS known that
the Cove h id been p ssed.
We under ind that this is not
the first timi lat this has hap
pencil. Il.i.i 1 ra been00moon-
light on this 1 evasion much more
delay would \e been lhe result
When the wi I blows from a
certain qjarter, going into the
Cove i>dangerous, especially on
dark nights. Where a light is el
.pected, it six ild be found under
all conditions
jcount. The
kept careful!
light, and ii
knowledge
about thai i
We desin o place on record
ur appreciation of the kindness
and thought! Iness of Captain
Watkins, ol ,ie mail schooner
'i.eaon." |i j. ,s been our plea
to alo -.! with Captain
Watkins to thera six times, and we have al
ays silently noted how very
Careful he has been in the hand
lnik' of Ins vessel, his habit of
taking very little rest at night,
when underweigh, and hiicour
tesy t<> his passengers. He has not
been well,physically of late, but
we hope that lie will soon be res
tored to his usual health and
good spirits.
Rev. T. E. Iloakley, of Km.
chest, r Seminary, Rochester N.
Y., will preach in the Parlia
ment Street Baptist Church
tomorr.nv(Wednesdav) evening
at 7 o\ tcM k.
A Foreign Mail, containing
correspondence for the Stale of
Florida and specially addiess.d
correspondence for older places,
to he despatched per "Frances
Ii" will he made up and closed
on -Thursday next, December
iHtli, at 8 a.m.
Attention is invited to a Mo
tice in another column by w Inch
it will be seen that Mr S. h. O.
Clutsam has resumed his stand
ing al the Bahamas Bar.
The Mail Steamer "Vigilancia"
arrived early this morning from
New York with the following
passengers:
Sist'is Anna Farretl and M..i\
Ambrose; Misses C. frost,
Blam he Garner, (i. Higgs, L e,
E G. T. Adderley, K. Claridge
Dons Claridge, Enid Aldi n,
Elisabeth Green, Kate Stevens,
Jennie Kdwins, Agnes Morrison.
Mary Smith, Bridget Sullivan,
Anna Walsh and Mary A. Her-
ring ; Mesdames Capt. Post F
W. SS inter, L. 1.. (iuerin, an I
Com lia Claridge ; Mr. and rs
Robl Badgley. Mr. and Mrs.
I). Allen, \b. and Mrs. Hugh
Male dins >ni, Di. and Mrs. W.
R. Il.di, Mr. and Mis. J. W.
I.e.-. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bud t i-
kirch, Mi', and Mrs. Km -t
Ryder, Mr, and Mrs. John Gr<
Messrs. Henny J. Thayer, K. B.
Hatch, D. Lufkin.A. Haverlock
Cas-. A. J. B. Clutsam, T LI
Hoakley, E. N. Todd, Get.
Hi gs, G. L. Bethel, George
Don Idson, Max Laskcr, Geo
Schutt, Benjamin Seltz, John
I. Lj rich, James Lennon, I Ii nry
Crerar, David Glickman, Mi-
chael Conroy, Pati i' k Farrell,
Carl I.a Salla,James C. Fergur-
son, Harrj Rover, I ieurge Bauer,
I loward Etts, \\ itliam Moore,
Bvron Spencer, John I.. Sullivan.
Rev W. Davison, Dr. 0 F.
Costenbaaei and Jami I inly.
Misses M ir^.uet Low,Gertrude
Clinton, I Hie Smith, Alwdda
Moss,Beatrice Storr and Cinder*
.lla Taylor; Mesdames Kaflie B.
Smith, Ri becca Clinton, and
Elizabeth Farqubarson ; Mr. and
Mrs. Maisliall Mead; Messrs
Connie Harris.Prince Baltimore,
ThomasTravare, Stuart Cnner,
Bernard Fountain, George W.
Chisinan and Lionel 'I'. Foster,
86}.
The Manager of the "Imperial
Theatre has prepared a good
pro-ran.me Tor to morrow even-
ing Don't ini-s it. A Synopsis
of one of the pieces follow :
Jiangs- Burglar Alarm 'ohn
Hangs is a great invent..v. oi
thinks he is and is continually
seeking for new and startling
ideas He finally discovers one
in a marvelous burglar alarm,
which he proceeds to place on
the market. Without his be-
ing aware of it, one of his al-
arms is installed in his own
L
house and be is the first one to
be caught by it. It proves to
be all that could be expected of
a burglar alarm, but unfortuna
tely, as it also possesses the
principles of an infernal nia
chin. it alarms the entire neigh-
bourhood and nearly wrecks bis
home.
Dear Mr. Editor,
In the knowledge of the occult
arts and sciences, we cannot
have the faintest conception of
how much beyond those of the
modern schools were the savants
of two thousand years ago and
even six thousand years, and
while a lar<:e majority of the
scientists of the present day
i,Mime tl.em entirely, for the
simple reason that they them
Selves are unknown,, yet there
are those who have made their
nain s famous, who curl up their
lips at the mere mention of the
names of their predecessors, yet
are unable to vie with them, or
to explain their secrets. Can the
wise men of to-day tell us how
the wise men of the Court of Ka
\lese- turned their rods into ser-
pents ? Can they tell us how the
l\ ramids were built ? Then the
rigs of the ancient writers,
how they fit into modern condi-
tions like the keystone of an arch
1.hiding all the bricks together
into a solid, compact and sym-
metrical oneness. For instance,
I'. Macclus Plaatus of Umbria,
the Bat-footed poet, writing 184
B. C Dictum sapienti sat est and
Bis dui qui cito dat, how appli-
cable are these axioms which we
quote freely in this 20th Century
lo our Homines sapientes proudly
treading the streets of their na-
tive city as the Voces populorum
make the welkin ring with shouts
of Palmam qui tntruit ftrat.
Who are these wise men that
tli" people delight to lion mr ?
Verily are they the Electric
Board, for to them, a word has
heen sufficient, they have fo'ven
twice 111 giving in four days
that which others could not
give in four years ; and the peo-
ple shout. Was this not foretold
bv the "flat footed one of l'n>-
! bria ?" Yea verily !
One additional pole and light
has been placed in Market Street
half-way between Trinity Place
and Princes Street, and the light
lit Trinity Place corner swung
around into Mai ket Street This
adjustment ought not to inter
leie with the proper lighting of
Trinity Place, Of course If it
should we, must turn on the
"Dictum sap." Anyhow, we now
" "
feel that things are safe in the
hands of the Electric Board. In
this matter they have done well
we are pleased with them and
we hereby revoke our former
judgment without mental reser-
vation.
We think that all the Public
Boards have been up to the
mark lately, and if there should
happen to be any laggards
among them, any not quite so
conscientious and energetic,
and alive to the responsibilities
that they have assumed for the
sake of Kudos, we hope that
they may be stimulated by the
example of their confreres, and
resolve henceforth to adopt as
their motto ; "Bonus populi lex
nosttrest" ; so that when their
work has been accomplished
and is reviewed by their less
distinguished f.How citi/ens, in
one spontaneous acclamation
there shall reverberate amid the
temples of the Colonial Athens
in hearty Auglo Saxon, the
plaudit, Well done good and
and faithful servants."
A. W. T. K. WELL
S. H. 0. CLUTSAM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OKI-ICE J
I'.HINKIl OF SlIIHII.i WlU'ltr.DKICK
Strssts.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday Dec. 17
Bang's Burglar Alarm
The Bugle Call
For Her Sake
The Ninth
Commandment
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THE T K 1 d rj N h.

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of God. Thus they seem to be
neaier Hie throne of God andenj iy
bora of His immediate presence.
It is from this company of an
ili .i .ire so neir the throne of t i i I
ili i God selects two who are to he
vii it the Scriptures rail "Covering
Cherubs" because they stand, one
on the right hand, and the other
on t ie left of the throne of God
.in I His Son, with their wingiout-
stretched over the throne, thus
covering it. This is well demon-
strated in the sanctuaryth.it \l tses
wax commanded to build after the
put tern shown him while upon the
jnount. Paul says that the one
M !S built was to serve unto the
\ i nple and shadow of heavenly I
things as Moses was admonished
n h n he was about to m ike the
t iberoac'e : "For see, saitfa He,
thu thou make all things accord-
ing to the pattern shown thee in
th* mount'*. Turning to Exo lus
25 : is.jj we 6nd th it Moses, when
he made that which repre~ents the
tin one of God, placed on either
end there of cherubims, or aiu
of beaten gold, with wings out
stretched covering lie meriy seat,
01 throne of C, >d. I lere (i id
would meet and commune with 11 is
'^people. Near His heavenly throne
are als 1 two angels, one at either
end. In the twenty eighth chapter
of Ezeluel, G >d has occasion to
11, to us of one of these cover
log cherubs. He s ivs, in the four
tenth verse, Thou art the anoint-
ed cherub tiiat coverth ; an I I have
lei theeso; I'h >u wast upon the
li ilv m iuntmi of Gil; (hou h ist
walked up and down in the midst
of the stones of fire. "Speakingof
the wisdou of tins angel the se m I
Verse 5 iy than Daniel ; th"re is no 1 :ret
that they 1 .111 hide from thee".
V 1 1 the twelfth verse we are Udd of
his great betuty "Thus saith the
*Lord God, I'hou sealest up thesum
full of wisdom an I perfect in b in-
ty. I'hoii hast h en in Eden, the
garden of I Sod; livery precious
stone was tliv covering, the S irilis,
the top 1/. an I di tm ind, the beryl,
the onyx, and the j ispei, the -ip-
phire, the emerald, and the car.
buncle, and gold; the workman
ship of thy tabrets and of thy p pes
was prepared in thee in the J iy
that thou wast created". Thus we
see he possessei wisdom, henry,
and musical talent. It was most
befitting that those angola, ex i
to occupy such an imp ntaut p isi
lion in the immediate presence of
God should p usess more th in the
ordinary qualifications aid n
Strong influ *nce with the real of
the heavenly hosts, Beside*, as
these two angels sto id 011 enh*i
^ side of the tin m of li id an I I he
P\ Sin, they h id the pnvilege f list *
rung to all the counsels of wis.
rlom th.it passed between iliem.
Mm one of these two Angela whom
'Id addresses m liznklel grew
proud of ins wisdom and beauty,

and like a great many men of today,
forgot that all he had he obtained
from God, tie thought his talents .
came as a result of his own efforts. :
God testifies of him saying, I hou I
wast perfect in thy \\ iyt from the
days thou wast created, until in-
iquity was found in thee In the
seventeenth verse, God tells us
wherein hehadcoininitted iniquity.
'Thine heart was lifted up because
of thy beauty ; thou hast corrupted
thy wisdom by reason of thy
brightness." As the Father and
Son sat upon the throne sat by
the side of this covering cherub
they consulted togethei concerning
the creation of the worlds Tins
covering angel considered that be-
cause ol his great wisdom and
brightness he was the one whoi
should be consulted in regard trll
these great works of God, rather]
than the Son; and because God
did not consult hnn he grew jea
lous, as the last part of Ezekiel I
twenty-eight plainly shows His
demands that he should enter the
counsels of G id were unjust as ha
was only a created being an l
therefore was not on an equalnv
with Ciod. I'o illustrate this poi
we might say that a man car,not
create anything that will be eq lal
to himself, for the greater Hi it is
which he makes the greater he b -
co nes for having made it. Hut
he may beget a son or daughter
whoiseqnil to hnn nod with
whom he 111 i v nter nto counsel.
S i (iod could enter into counsel,
with Mis only begotten Shi, but
it would not be consistent for hi.n
to eiitc into counsel with an
angel.
(To be continued)
Live
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"Just here Per Francs E"
from Miami Fla
Price Is. 6d. lb
Live weight
Call up Phone 136
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at
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' Au Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dross Goods, in
Lustres, Serges, Ratines
white ami Coloured I i
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Ladies Superfine Si lit Para-
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Handsome Japanese Gocds
Genuine Irish Linens ol all
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Gasoline
SI VNDARD < W Co"sGsoIene
ot<1 in quantities >>( 5 gallons
and up>\ ird fur one shilling |> :
gallon ;il (in i.'e
Bring r Vessel for small quanti-
t ies,
Drumi may be had with "drum
lots,' subject tu return wtoenempty
R< o the I- ifth v ais told at
(1175, less 10 pei (fiit dis-
count f. o. I), factory,
Rpo Cars also lor I lire.
Bicycles rented for 10s. a week.
Auto nohile nnd bii ycle supplii s
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
Auto Cue,is.- a specialty.
Can even sell you a very conve-
nient storage drum with laurit to
keep gusolice. Come and see
thrin.
Apply to
J. P, SIMM-.
47 Market Stn et
Snv. 18, 191 ;.
NOTICE
See I
O
t'lv Special Line
of PORTR \U" WORK
for Christmas.
SANDS, Photographer,
Bay-street, City.
Gasoline
STAN DA I I) Oil. COS C*s.
OLINE. Sold in quantities
of One Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums of 50 gallons at 21 cents
a gallon, subject to return when
empty.
These special Drums do away
with the necessity of buying a
Storape Tank.
Shingles
Best No. i Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at $q.6oper thou-
sand of 20 bundl'
1 KscountE mi lots of <>\ er
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
-,in. Cypress at $6.73 per
thousand <>f 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
NOTICE Special
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
ESI' No. (i Flour at I cts. lb.
,, ,, 1 ,, Laurel Brand
J II). fin 7 cts.
1 and Storm King
Brand at8 cts. Il>.
White Granulated Sugai I lbs.
_'I 1 is. Brown Crystallized
Sugai at it cts. II).
A hove Stock just Received
per s s. "Vigilancia"
Good Qu ility and Tresh.
And I; st hut not least
le*" Pure Jamaica Rum
At to*. Per Gallon
"Call early"
J. L. SAUNDERS ft Co.
J. C. C-AKLEY's"'
PennyCigap
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
NOTICE
\ITIIAT about that
\ V PANAMA HAT of yours
It wants cleaning, Polishing and
Blocking, and [K>ft here in this City
can yon 'jet it done but al
I MOM \^ E. N VBBIE,
and at a very moderate prices
Doesn't ma tier how bad a condition
it may he in it pan be in l(l at
Rood as new, or better. Remember
he is at
i 549 Bay Street
B
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