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I TT Mil' 1 K I ii N London, 22.—Welsh tinplate manufacturers have lx><>krd orders for some 40,00a tons for delivery to American canning and oil c m 1 n* bei wc'ti ii' > w and June 1st. It was .IIM 1 e in-day the United Stati s t.uiiT whii h had al most destroyed t lie Welsh tinplate trade promises, in its retried form, 10 prove tli" s.i I vatic mo f the industry as they now find they are able to 1 ompce successfully with transAtlantic c impetitors. i* orhmunicated) < IRIGIN AND HISTORY OF BA IAN (Concluded) the patriarch, Jolie, in the first chapter oT his book, speaks of a great meeting in heaven to which 11 MI called the angels and 1 he sons of God, or representatives of other world,. Luke telli us in Luke3; 3S, th it \-1 in) was the son of God, so h should hue been in this vast gathering as the representative 0 tinworld, hut H as nol; and instead Sat in was the ,G IS itai "Whence coinest thou?" Satan answered From going t 1 and fro in theeaith and from walking up and down in it In this way n| answering, Satan sought to convey the idea tli u the e irth w is his bv right of conquest, and no one could disp ite in, claim to it. That Hrst pair were lo gain M %  perpetually by access to the tree of life in the garden ;and they could have access to it only as the worthy by obedience, When I disobeyed by eating of the forbid ile.i fruit, the way lo the tree of life H a s 1 losed to them; then death was inevitable By disobedience they h id seveied tncil connection with the Life Giver, and had united'with Satan who cannot give life; in fact In* h as himself lilo d\ as ( ; ,„! gives it to him, God woul l bin insistent to prolong their lives, into eternity since they had rhssen to unite with S nan, in rebelling against (i "'. To do so would make Him a participator with them in sin. When Satan was c is) out of heaven with all his followers, be still possessed the great wisdom that he had while there; but now it was used to war against God and all His interests. These are the enemies with whom we have to 1I0 battle, "Foi we wrestle not against flesh and blocd but ust principalities against! powers, agaiftst the rulers of the \ darkness ,,l this wi rid. ag dnst p ritual wict dness in high pla ( The mai d spirits] Tlies. %  wicked spitits are fallen I angels, ff we would be ovcic rjrrW rs in the conllict with them, we must \ head Paul's admonition, "Wherefore take unto you the whole armour ol (ml tJial ye may lie able to withstand in the evil day, and ^having done all to stand. . all taking the shield of faith wherewith ye quench all the wicked. I'.ph. 6 shall be abh: to ll"l v do ts of the ; 12, 1 j .S: 17 W L would 1 form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we no I, ,v" I'll bind an extensive Sto.k of HAVANA CIGARS. Wi (guarantee our brand to be made of 1 he finest Havana and Sumat] Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. Thi • s are manufactured on oui premises by skilled working am! great puns ire taken to produce an article of superioi quality. The success we have met ith in the pa si leads n. confidently loexpecOJ the patronage ofci innoiseurs. |. L. SAL'NDJ RS 4 Co. Bav-Street, For Xmas IA'II WI" \l. Tovs Dolls' I' .iii I Wish Stands, Ironing Sets, and Itedhteads, TOOL CHE A line lot ol SHEFFIELD POCKET KN1VI S, Thermos II • and 11 nnis R id A I CHAS. I.. ALBURY'S Hat I ware Su re R Furniture I OR \MA-s PRESENTS RECEIVING AT Tl'.l. NASSAU BARGAIN HOI I'v Stmr. an i". %  in:' to d WICKER FURNITURE OCKING Ctiairs. I -,t 1 ; ,. i uches Sofas, Child's Rockers, Stand ', at, Rocker9^ Dining 1 hairs, Dlllllie ( ||,||IS nx, Wash* tends &< .'-. \l it tresses \ A quantity 1 'liina K'w Vaiea, I • %  %  id I>innei S ts Velocipedes, and I"'of other good* lor Xmi s im -"uis. \. F MOl IRE. Dec. 16tll 10,13. Live Georgia Turkeys "Just here Per Frances E." from Miami Fla Price Is. 6d. lb Live weight Call up Phone 136 NOTICE! Gasoline S TANDARD Oil Co's i olene s.'ld in quantities ol 5 pa I Ions and upw aid lor one shilling |.er gallon -it I llring n V ssel foi small quanli. I in m • be bad with ".bum hits,' s,|i iji it tu retui n w lien i mpiy Reo the Fifth Cos sold at f 1175, less to per i em discount I. o, b. facim v. also Im Hii • %  Uicj cles ; ented f"i ics .1 week. Automobile and bii ycle supplies kept In stock, Cylin a ind Ant. (irease a sp< i in even sell you .1 \ ei v convenient storage drum with faiicit to ki .-p gasolim I nni" an I them. Apply lo I. P, SIMMS, .|-/ Maikei Sin Nov. RF;MF.MBF.R! No homo was, or enn bo complete without "Music" W I are < iffei ing H line id 1 lijih %  cade Pianos, PI iy< 1 Pi. 1 1 'i.c.'i I ipans, and Reed Organs suitable for every Inane. Come and see our Ian cataln and let us sen,] oil.' "I tin St lllMlU. ments dnect fcro*e foi yourself*. >ui instruments and terms ;,ie the 1'est in the World. THE RISING STAR Dillet Street W. F. W. (VCo, NO i'fc E Gasoline S I \NDARD OIL COS (, .-. Ol I M. Sold i" quantities nf O m and upwards for niie shilling a gallon. Drums of s' 1 gallons at sa cents 1 gallon, subject to rot 11111 when empty. These special l)rums do away With the necessity of buying a Storage Tank. See I C) UR S| ecial Line of PORTRAII WORK for ('hristmas. S W'I'-s, I'll..!, grnpfa l'u\ -Street, t. it y. ^ Calendars AND GREE1 ING POLDERS .'. 11! 1 VIEWS OF NASSAU %  WH--1 UDIO and DIOCESAN BOOK STOR J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand'' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewrere Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. R E A I. Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND MIDI S \l/ll.l IAMS W I HE SHOEMAN lias just received a large consignment of [tools and -siloes must of which are SAMPLE LOTS nf 1, 2 and 3 pairs of a brand and style In all sixes winch are being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: III many instances the discount. not le*l than •. 1 per C( ni on tl.e REGULAR PRIi KS Call to day .iudci>n>in. e ^j sell ih.it tins is another h, those Exceptional BarJ which is every now and offered at Wild. I Wb' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE E8TABI ISI I M I-.N T. %  ( 277 370, Bay-street, „ /



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tt Nullivis addictus jvirare in verba m.veisiii. Hi-ri;: bound to swear o the Dogmas -)f no Master VOL. XI TCSaVsaVHH Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Tuesday. December 23. 1915 I I ON E. H. Dl'l'l (II, EDITOR N I PaneaiMoa OlriC] s (1 MAItKH' -TIM IU N. P., &AHAMAS, Bos It,:; PUBLISHED DAILY. ~f Monday. Vedaw la; liugteco|>) ... j,| rutSday, rhurkda; and Saturday— MHfl COp ... ,,| ?•*? ... ... 4 jci terlv .. RalfYea'rlv J s ; PAYABLE I\ ADVANCE. Advertisin : R itei Six i anoa i BI In e I, i fint insertion ; thrtr |,, ,. for second insertion; and one pi y pi r line f..r sub-. ,p ( .|,t [ntartioM. A IverttaenieoU uoda eight Una 4 s. There will be no Band Concert tiiis week. The Coroners Jury in the inquisition, into the death of Mr Roderick Minns returned a verdict of "Death from Natural Causes,due 10 %  in: t MP of an artery of the heart." The following passengers an va I pei Schr. "Sarah E, Douglas" o i Fml.iy 19th inst. — Misses I'.mm ilinr Seymour, Ad 1line Lee, Ellen Milliard and Susie Cooper; Mesdames Charlotte Roberts, Alicia Robert-vand ihfant, Cli ffiotie Roberts, Ada r %  ! Mamie Buflaid, Maud Addecltv, Florence Armbcitttr, Elitab h Sweeting, Frisve Cambridge and infant, Cec Iia Russell an I infant and Miry | Rattray; Mi ss s Felix Russell, Peter Sutherland foho A. R die. Fred Bridgewa'er, Nigel Rolle, j...i;ii) Forb i, JamesCu Joseph Thompson, Cephas Brown, Walter Curty, fcbrah im S reeling, ph Bull ir.l, He i-\ Fisher, Wil-' |iam Roberts, Thomas Rube is, William Bethel, and John II Roberts ; Muster Lewis Russell, ( • <>, The Schr, "William II. Albury" arrived on Sunday morning from Miami with lumber, mails and the following passengers.— Mesdames Louise Newbold, Rebecca Sweeting, Mary Watch, Susan Cliipm in,and Victoria Hall; Kenneth Sweetin?, Alban Knowles, Vincent Neely, Horatio Light foo*, Solomon Davis, \ustin W. Roberts, James Hall, Theophilous Rolle, Antonio Rolle, Daniel B/OWn. Clayton Rutherford, and J. I). Finlay ; Masters Oiion Sweeting and Eiland Sweeting (iq) S. S. '*Seguranca" arrived In New York 4 p.m. on Monday. BY RADIOTELEGRAPH. December 23rd 1913. X' \\ Yolk; Closing quotations on j stock exchangeftoday (22nd' Km d. ('"['per 71 ~ n B. A O. 93 1 Can, Pac. 2ifc St. Paul 100 New York Central 92 I'I nna. Re iding Sou. Pac. 89 Union Pa 109 I 166 -J IJ. S. Steel 59 London, 2. 1 ,—One man was killed and several firemen seriously injured in a fire which destroyed two upper Boon Parks Mansions at Knightsbridge where Mrs I hurst (#1 nerly liVi d. The lattei lefi foi Switzerland tod ty in quest t>l health. Washington, 22. —The president today requested the Si rretary of war and the Secretary ..f the Navy to administer serious reprimand to S'lny and navy officers who were re p msibie for the Iprogrammt si the'recent Caraboo dii Paris,2?,—Tneiehav"*l>en fiesii vole inic ei uptions on 1 li %  IsWnd o( Ambiio in New Hebrides group, Man] mines are misting. I wo steamers rescued thirteen hundred. Chicago, 22. —Madame Schumann Menke, opera singer filed *nit for divoice Against William Ripp, her third husband. She alle I desertion and asks no all mony. Rome, 22 —A box supposed to contain the will of the late Cardinal Rampolla, is said to be misslog. zosa M tnticello, \. Y., sa.— The sudd n death "I Melvin |ll. Couch former district attorney of ^Sullivan County reveals the secret that a wo nan g 'ing h 11 name B phine H. Brance, has been living in the back room of liis offi :e for the lasi is years. Mi icicn 1 !ity, sa,—Ell > Banco nnir. !, the Bank ol I ondon and Mi Kit o, and the Bai ional d< iors to-day. Bank officials however declares that they would open fur business as usual to morrow. Ni R York, 22. — No 1 of the fact was obtainable in this city List night 1I1 it the N< w York Tele? phoTieCompany had received 01 to

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Nullivis addictus jvirare in verba m.veisiii.
Hi-ri;: bound to swear o the Dogmas -)f no Master
VOL. XI
TCSaVsaVHH
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Tuesday. December 23. 1915
I I ON E. H. Dl'l'l (II,
Editor n i PaneaiMoa
OlriC] s (1 MAItKH' -TIM
IU N. P., &AHAMAS,
Bos It,:;

PUBLISHED DAILY.
~f Monday. Vedaw la;
liugteco|>) ... j,|
rutSday, rhurkda; and Saturday
MHfl COp ... ,,|
?*? ... ... 4jci
terlv ..
RalfYea'rlv Js;
PAYABLE I\ ADVANCE.
Advertisin : R itei Six i anoa i bi In e
I, i fint insertion ; thrtr |,, ,.
for second insertion; and one pi.....y pi r
line f..r sub-. ,p (.|,t [ntartioM.
A IverttaenieoU uoda eight Una 4s.
There will be no Band Concert
tiiis week.
The Coroners Jury in the in-
quisition, into the death of Mr
Roderick Minns returned a verdict
of "Death from Natural Causes,due
10 in: t mp of an artery of the
heart."
The following passengers an va I
pei Schr. "Sarah E, Douglas" o i
Fml.iy 19th inst.
Misses I'.mm ilinr Seymour, Ad 1-
line Lee, Ellen Milliard and Susie
Cooper; Mesdames Charlotte
Roberts, Alicia Robert-vand ihfant,
Cli ffiotie Roberts, Ada r ! ,
Mamie Buflaid, Maud Addecltv,
Florence Armbcitttr, Elitab h
Sweeting, Frisve Cambridge and
infant, Cec Iia Russell an I infant
and Miry | Rattray; Mi ss s Felix
Russell, Peter Sutherland foho A.
R die. Fred Bridgewa'er, Nigel
Rolle, j...i;ii) Forb i, JamesCu
Joseph Thompson, Cephas Brown,
Walter Curty, fcbrah im S reeling,
ph Bull ir.l, He i-\ Fisher, Wil-'
|iam Roberts, Thomas Rube is,
William Bethel, and John II Ro-
berts ; Muster Lewis Russell, ( <>,
The Schr, "William II. Albury"
arrived on Sunday morning from
Miami with lumber, mails and the
following passengers.
Mesdames Louise Newbold,
Rebecca Sweeting, Mary Watch,
Susan Cliipmin,and Victoria Hall;
Kenneth Sweetin?, Alban Knowles,
Vincent Neely, Horatio Light foo*,
Solomon Davis, \ustin W. Roberts,
James Hall, Theophilous Rolle,
Antonio Rolle, Daniel B/OWn.
Clayton Rutherford, and J. I).
Finlay ; Masters Oiion Sweeting
and Eiland Sweeting (iq)
S. S. '*Seguranca" arrived In
New York 4 p.m. on Monday.
BY RADIOTELEGRAPH.
December 23rd 1913.
X' \\ Yolk;
Closing quotations on j stock
exchangeftoday (22nd'
Km d. ('"['per 71 ~n
B. A O. 93 1
Can, Pac. 2ifc
St. Paul 100
New York Central 92
I'i nna.
Re iding
Sou. Pac. 89 ,
Union Pa
*
109 I
166 -J
IJ. S. Steel
59
London, 2.1,One man was
killed and several firemen seriously
injured in a fire which destroyed
two upper Boon Parks Mansions
at Knightsbridge where Mrs I
hurst (#1 nerly liVi d.
The lattei lefi foi Switzerland
tod ty in quest t>l health.
Washington, 22.The president
today requested the Si rretary of
war and the Secretary ..f the Navy
to administer serious reprimand to
S'lny and navy officers who were
re p msibie for the Iprogrammt si
the'recent Caraboo dii
Paris,2?,Tneiehav"*l>en fiesii
vole inic ei uptions on 1 li IsWnd o(
Ambiio in New Hebrides group,
Man] mines are misting. I wo
steamers rescued thirteen hundred.
Chicago, 22. Madame Schu-
mann Menke, opera singer filed
*nit for divoice Against William
Ripp, her third husband. She al-
le I desertion and asks no all
mony.
Rome, 22 A box supposed to
contain the will of the late Cardi-
nal Rampolla, is said to be miss-
log.
zosa
M tnticello, \. Y., sa. The sud-
d n death "I Melvin |ll. Couch for-
mer district attorney of ^Sullivan
County reveals the secret that a
wo nan g 'ing h 11 name B !
phine H. Brance, has been living
in the back room of liis offi :e for
the lasi is years.
Mi icicn 1 !ity, sa,Ell > Banco
nnir. !, the Bank ol I ondon and
Mi Kit o, and the Bai ional
d< iors to-day.
Bank officials however declares
that they would open fur business
as usual to morrow.
Ni r York, 22. No 1 of
the fact was obtainable in this city
List night 1I1 it the N< w York Tele?
phoTieCompany had received 01
to against the Postal relegraph Com*
pan) as the result of an agreement
made by Theodore N. Vail with the
d partment ol justice in Washing-
ton let) w
It appears so f^r as could be as-
certained that no telephone opera-
tor m tins city thus far has receiv-
e I specific instructions of the Com-
mercial 1 able Company when call-
ed, or cease switching them on the
1 Western Union
Telegraph 1 ffjee in lieu of compel
ing offices demanded by the persons
calling therefore.
Police Orderly Room,
Nassau, 33rd December, 1913.
NOTICE.
REFERRING tdGflwmment
Notice No. 353 of 18th 11<
cember suspending All Rules and
R illations made under the
Street Nuisance Prohibition
Act \X'f) on Dec. 24th, 25th, and
31st, 19C3, ana on 1st January
i',i.|, the public are hereby no-
tified tli.it the firing of Grai kers
will not be allowed 111 the vici-
nity of Churches ddiing I living
Service, inside the Public Market
and on flu; Wharves to the North
o' Bay Street.
Masqueradere will not be al-
lowed inside the Market or on
the Wharves.
Order,
R. 11. C. CRAWFORD
Commandant of Police.


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Mil' 1 K I ii
N
London, 22.Welsh tinplate
manufacturers have lx><>krd orders
for some 40,00a tons for delivery to
American canning and oil c m 1 n*
bei wc'ti ii'>w and June 1st.
It was .iim 1 e in-day the
United Stati s t.uiiT whii h had al
most destroyed tlie Welsh tinplate
trade promises, in its retried form,
10 prove tli" s.i I vatic mo f the indus-
try as they now find they are able
to 1 ompce successfully with trans-
Atlantic c impetitors.
i* orhmunicated)
< IRIGIN AND HISTORY OF
BA IAN
(Concluded)
the patriarch, Jolie, in the first
chapter oT his book, speaks of a
great meeting in heaven to which
11 mI called the angels and 1 he sons
of God, or representatives of other
world,. Luke telli us in Luke3; 3S,
th it \-1 in) was the son of God, so
h should hue been in this vast
gathering as the representative 0
tin- world,hut h as nol; and instead
Sat in was the ,G IS itai .
"Whence coinest thou?" Satan
answered From going t 1 and fro
in theeaith and from walking up
and down in it In this way n|
answering, Satan sought to convey
the idea tli u the e irth w is his
bv right of conquest, and no one
could disp ite in, claim to it.
That Hrst pair were lo gain M
perpetually by access to the tree of
life in the garden ;and they could
have access to it only as the
worthy by obedience, When I
disobeyed by eating of the forbid
ile.i fruit, the way lo the tree of
life has 1 losed to them; then
death was inevitable By disobedi-
ence they h id seveied tncil connec-
tion with the Life Giver,and had
united'with Satan who cannot give
life; in fact In*has himself lil- o d\
as (;,! gives it to him, God woul l
bin insistent to prolong their
lives, into eternity since they had
rhssen to unite with S nan, in re-
belling against (i "'. To do so
would make Him a participator
with them in sin.
When Satan was c is) out of
heaven with all his followers, be
still possessed the great wisdom
that he had while there; but now
it was used to war against God
and all His interests. These are
the enemies with whom we have to
1I0 battle, "Foi we wrestle not
against flesh and blocd but
ust principalities against!
powers, agaiftst the rulers of the \
darkness ,,l this wi rid. ag dnst p
ritual wict dness in high pla
( The mai d spirits]
Tlies. wicked spitits are fallen I
angels, ff we would be ovcicrjrrW rs
in the conllict with them, we must \
head Paul's admonition, "Where-
fore take unto you the whole ar-
mour ol (ml tJial ye may lie able
to withstand in the evil day, and
^having done all to stand. .
all taking the shield of faith
wherewith ye
quench all the
wicked. I'.ph. 6
shall be abh: to
ll"l v do ts of the
; 12, 1 j .S: 17
WL would 1 form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we no
I, ,v" I'll bind an extensive Sto.k of HAVANA CIGARS. Wi
(guarantee our brand to be made of 1 he finest Havana and Sumat]
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
Thi s are manufactured on oui premises by skilled working
am! great puns ire taken to produce an article of superioi quality.
The success we have met ith in the pa si leads n. confidently loexpecOJ
the patronage ofci innoiseurs.
|. L. SAL'NDJ RS 4 Co.
Bav-Street,
For Xmas
Ia'II WI" \l. Tovs
Dolls' I' .iii I
Wish Stands, Ironing Sets,
and Itedhteads,
TOOL CHE
A line lot ol
SHEFFIELD POCKET KN1VI S,
Thermos II
and 11 nnis R id
A I
CHAS. I.. ALBURY'S
Hat I ware Su re
R
Furniture
I OR \MA-s PRESENTS
RECEIVING AT
Tl'.l. NASSAU BARGAIN
HOI
I'v Stmr. an i".in:' to d
WICKER FURNITURE
OCKING Ctiairs. I
-,t 1 ;. ,. i uches
Sofas, Child's Rockers, Stand-',
at,
Rocker9^ Dining 1 hairs,
! .
Dlllllie ( ||,||IS
nx, Wash* tends &< ,
.'-. \l it tresses \
A quantity 1 'liina K'w
Vaiea, I id I>innei S ts
Velocipedes, and I"'- of other
good* lor Xmi s im -"uis.
\. F MOl IRE.
Dec. 16tll 10,13.
Live
Georgia
Turkeys
"Just here Per Frances E."
from Miami Fla
Price Is. 6d. lb
Live weight
Call up Phone 136
NOTICE!
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil Co's i olene
s.'ld in quantities ol 5 pa I Ions
and upw aid lor one shilling |.er
gallon -it I
llring n V ssel foi small quanli-
.
I in m be bad with ".bum
hits,' s,|i iji it tu retui n w lien i mpiy
Reo the Fifth Cos sold at
f 1175, less to per i em dis-
count I. o, b. facim v.
also Im Hii.
Uicj cles ; ented f"i ics .1 week.
Automobile and bii ycle supplies
kept In stock, Cylin a ind
Ant. (irease a sp<
i in even sell you .1 \ei v conve-
nient storage drum with faiicit to
ki .-p gasolim I nni" an I
them.
Apply lo
I. P, SIMMS,
.|-/ Maikei Sin
Nov.
rf;mf.mbf.R!
No homo was, or enn bo com-
plete without "Music"
WI are < iffei ing h line id 1 lijih
cade Pianos, PI iy< 1 Pi.
1 1 'i.c.'i I ipans, and Reed
Organs suitable for every Inane.
Come and see our Ian cataln
and let us sen,] oil.' "I tin St lllMlU- .
ments dnect fcr r fm y days 1 in I, Absolutely
FREE foi askiug.Ch<>o*e foi your-
self*. >ui instruments and terms ;,ie
the 1'est in the World.
THE RISING STAR
Dillet Street
W. F. W. (V- Co,
NO i'fc E
Gasoline
SI \NDARD OIL COS (, .-.
OlIM. Sold i" quantities
nf O m and upwards for
niie shilling a gallon.
Drums of s'1 gallons at sa cents
1 gallon, subject to rot 11111 when
empty.
These special l)rums do away
With the necessity of buying a
Storage Tank.
See I
C)
UR S| ecial Line
of PORTRAII WORK
for ('hristmas.
S W'I'-s, I'll..!, grnpfa
l'u\ -Street, t. it y.
^
Calendars
AND GREE1 ING POLDERS
.'. 11! 1
VIEWS OF NASSAU

- WH-- -1 UDIO
and
DIOCESAN BOOK STOR
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand''
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewrere
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
R E A I.
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND MIDI S
\l/ll.l IAMS
W I HE SHOEMAN
lias just received a
large consignment of
[tools and -siloes must
of which are
SAMPLE LOTS
nf 1, 2 and 3 pairs of a
brand and style In all sixes
winch are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
III many instances the discount.
not le*l than
. 1 per C( ni on tl.e
REGULAR PRIi KS
Call to day .iudci>n>in. e ^j
sell ih.it tins is another h,
those Exceptional BarJ
which is every now and
offered at
Wild.I Wb'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SHOE E8TABI ISIIMI-.NT.
( 277 370, Bay-street,
/


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