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T 'J I II K I H I HI N L BAHAMtS POLICE BAND 1st January 1914 8:15 I' igramine March %  1.,. Muscidtns" V lse "Contemplation" liorus "I he Heavens are telling" Gavotte Selection Inter mezz > V ilse Rag ".Vjl Vooa Plait" ie Uobemian Girl" 'On desert sun l' "Decent bre" Par babies" Cod Save The King W. COLN Bandmastei New York 30. —A1 he result i>l A friendly suit by the Siefjel Stores Corporation, a holding company, the fedeial cou.t todaj app u'nted receivcis for the following Coocerns : Simpson Ci iwford Cornpan) "I New V'ork ; Henry Siegel 'J. %  „ ,' 1, 'T". \"I 71'. would ifonn all who appreiaatea Or ^moke that wr n>v e ,V"^ y i Y v" "'I W l'-ve "" h.n.1 an rx.ensive Stock" Of H W \\ \ CK.ARv \Y een |h MMMM ore. NcwWk.nnd *\ ntt9 our ,,,„,,, „, be made of theirs. Havana and Sumatr the Mi-ichanis r.xpiess •.ompany of ,,. ... ,. .. ., IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT December as.—Marie drosvenor and Adelle Strachan—Fighting ia sireet — 10s. each or 8 days, aj,—John Ramsay—Drank in street—5*. or 4 days. Jos. Davis—1. Drunk and using indecent laicruage in stieet1 1 ,1 8 days. 3. Assaulting Constable Smith while in the execution o| his duty <.„ the same oc ision—1 mo hard larbour. Alex. Wells—Dunk in street— 5S. <>r .) .1 ,\, 2 4—Henry Ingraham, Marion Wilkinson, Jeremiah Pritchard, George Gardiner, Samuel Dean Breach Dog License Aet-a. each. Jeremiah Dean—Ditto -Dismis. ed. Harry Kemp—-Breach Streei Nuisance Prohibition /\ct-2s. 6d. Charles M uton —Dnm K .G I. James Smith—Using threats of personal violence innards Moses ration—Hound in IIHOMII rtcog. nizance in £3 in keep the pea. i nionihsaiMl pay 3s costs of pio: 1< .11 -' —Samuel \V,..„I and Fredlynes—1. Fighting in stieet, 2 Resisting Coostal \ \| *, Wll !•' I 1 l|| • \ C Uj ,,, ,f |,i, rtul y "" iiccasion 01 6 days. Jane Kobeits Vshtaultirtg and hMJing Ethel Lynch -£i, or 14 %  ili Sands-Co,.realmeni ..f Brnli—Comaiiitad 1 .. trial in fi eCourt. Gilbert |-> inson an 1 Ge irge \drivrley 1 I 1 fliting |ohnsn, 5s. 01 4 days ; \ l lerley, die n u l. I recembi r list, 1915. BY RADIO TELEGRAPH. fit w Vi kj 301I1 c losing quotations on Stock Ex. chanci. •smoke that we rvw e r? (piess L ompany ol f" "" . small uihciHorif \ Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. Boston, a small sabsn .. ry A %  manufactured on ou. pramlses bv -killed workmen l,eld res and great pains are taken to produce an article ol superio. quality. The Success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. L SAINDI.US A Co. Bay Street. pnnsible f"i receivership for firus involved. They cxpeci to continue business md it Is Slid pay their debts in full. Am .1. (.'upper II. & o. stTi'.i \ew York Central l'< niia. Reading V| 11. Pac. Union Pac. U. S Si 7.! I \u j UN 1 '55 I Brisbane, 30.— I lie Dutch steanier Tasman with n large iiumiw .if passengers including Lillian N'nidici which went on a rock in Gulf of Papua was hauled "'I lo day by the Jap.ne>e steamerInaho Maru. tin iugh I here n era rumours r| a dlSCUSMOII soheiledlh.it some ll Hijurors w.mld ii"l speak to each other. • Sew York, 30.—Mrs Millie; Deveraux, <>ne of the pion-ers ini Cairo, Egypt, le Ved ivomens suffrage died todaj aged rines the French aviator a-nvi I in -, n Cair> today, thus biinginu loasurcessful end 1 flight "f nearly Ihree Stockholm, 30.—Dowager j lueen thousnrid miles which hen m ver. Soolii.i ol > "• 1, n ,| eU loday al ' weeks ago lr.an Pan-.. In his air the age •' 77ge Vi di ines made t 1 %  ious si ps in lulling Vienna, Sofia, Albany, N V. 30.—Jack Rinns Constatinople and Beyrut. the wireless 11 legi iph >>| eiator on the liner Republic was awarded %  %  —'— $l2.o'>o by the c t if appe.ilsioi A MM A 1"^ I) \ J^ day in his suit gai ist ile Vila' i \ 1M i\ / A L.lX.Vl., Proprietress Of The Vogue, i>r>iph Company lucui e of ihe r uction nf a moving p ci ur p r porting t" lnw limns summoning aid by W'reless hen the Republic was wrecked. I> nni sued f"r $50000. ''Au Bon Marche Stores" and Bijou LARGF. ASSORTMF.NT TO Sl.Li.CT FKO.M L VD1ES Oress, (loods, in Lusl 115, Serges, Ral ie .-md Coloured Cordings, Crept s, C"rc|>niis, Mai quisettes, Beng.ilinp*, Landsilowne-, Spot-Musi ins, Embroidered Muslins, Vi Ivets, Embroidered Hal isles, I ussore Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, ()verall Embr< nderv and (Overall I -ace. Laces and Insertions, Ribbons plain and fancy Latest Style Belts Lace Collars, Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Black, Pink, Blue, Heliolropej and Grey Silk Stockings Men's White, Black, Grey ed up iii night in Navy Blu*e, Alice Blue, II' lio, the juiv and Green Silk Sucks with Silk Ties i" match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk I 'arasols, Silk Evening Scarves, 111 .iiit i f 111 Handbags Handsome Japanese Gjr> ds Genuine Irish Linens of all kinds. Merlin, 30. — |o*e' Giamietro one nf the best known romrdi<• h >s been 11 l>\ wind and MUX alung lit** coast. This city is thickly overed with PreHirfi >, res is, 3 ~. -Mexican federnls iyl reltels resumed lu'hiini; n( (IjMi.'Hio Mexico Imlay. The H 11 -is adv.iin el on ft deral 1 renches where Ihe reniiiMnl of Huerta s in r**oithem Mexico had lakr-n refuge after iis disastrousd< leat of yesli rday. Unable to agree New Voik, 3 afiei I" ing loc the case ol I reported shortly before noon today and were sent hark lo their room f.ir further deliberation following a rem nk ible scene in coarl dorinR which it was disclosed llmt one of ihe jury w.is ill. Something had nccu I U> cause an unusual dissension hat prevented the jory fiuiii reaching a verdict but just n hit il w is nl "lie would say, . II" J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigrar **Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. NOTIC F. Gasoline Q1 \ND\RD on. ens o .s. O ( LI.VE; Sold in quantities ds f or nl One Gallon and opvarOS one shilling a gallnrt, ims of s gallons at aa 1 I) a K illon, subjert to icium when empi). 'Ihese special Ihums no away with ihe necessity of rAiyiug a Storage lank. L'. C. SAUNBKRS. NOTICE I Gasoline S I WliAUD Orl •'"Motor spirils sold in (plant it u of 5 jr.ilhius and u|">aid foi'.iue shilling p.i pa lion al Ciar(je. IVlilg a \'< --s.-l fUl small quanlitiet, Di urns rnay lie had with "drum lots,'subjfd toreiuni when empty h>0 (he Fjftll l us sold at %  -' 1 1; 1. '•' %  '• in pei eem dis. roltlTl f. o.'li. fal'telA. Ren Cars also for lliie. fj j lea 11 mid fur tosva wi ik, \11iM nobih and liiiNrlr supplies Kept in Rtottri A lu.dn, (ill and Auto lire '• H sp,N i,.liy. v .111 , 47 Ma,kr-| Street. Nov. 18, 19I3.



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D l Null.us ftddii ins |urre in verbs m&glsttl. Hcim; bound to iwtnr to the Nmi >f no Master. VOL. XI. Na>eaau, N. P.. Ba.he.mB.8. Wednesday. December 31. 19i) No. 52 i ION B H Dl'f'l CII, tcrroi ANT POPIITOK OK KICK jf 44 MAKKK.T STRUT Nassau N. f-, F.AMAMA-. I', ii Bo* ll I'l 'HUSHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday ami Friday— %  illgl* ropy I'l Tuesday Thursday and Saturday — single CApl .. %  id Veeklv 4 |<1 MonllilN i. 4er Ihe for first insertion ; three pence ptf In 6 'or second insertion: and one |>enny p"'.' sharp ami thin. Alatk : our friend is gone (Tennyaofij It is gone Whither? There's a new foot on the Ho .r. my fii<-nil. And a new face at the door, mv friend. A new (ace at the door." It is here Whence ? As we breathe, it comet silently and imperceptibly, The New Year is here let us bid him welcome; it comes pregnant with life and death, weal and woe, joy and sorrow, gladness and sadness, but what it hath for each or other we know not ; but with the New Year let us revivify ourselves and with new hope and new energy take up the battle of life. As a Community we shall have weighty matters to deal with in the coining year, perhaps the water supply and the deepening ofthe harbour; the Labour Question.andThe Exodus to Florida; witrust that wie judgement may be brought to the deliberation of these matters and That they may result in Uniting good to the Colony and its people. To all ourfrien 'sand re iderswe wish n large measure of suo ess in their personal and private enterprises, and a long stride forward on the road to fortune, in al! of which, of course, we must propoit o-lately share. To one and all ''The Tribune wishes A very Happy an.l Pi beroui NewYtar, with a Hearty Welcome tn 1914 J The Superintendent of Trie. graphs this morning icceived a letter from an experimental wireless telegraph station in the city of Toronto, Canada, statin-; that they can hear the Nassau radin station in Hie evenings working with Jupiter, Florida, 1'. S, Naval Station. 1 he Mail Steamer "Seguranca" arrived % %  'ily this morning with 47 %  Mcksof mails and the following p ISM n geis. Miam K Akrrlev, B Coleman, II. Caipputer, l>. (Ionian, A. Haul, N. Heywond, M. Hyland, II. II•mi, A. Hawley. E. Lnrlee, I". Mil. I. r, M. Mackenzie, B. Malarkay, M. Mn honey, M Moore, A. Me. Unman, M Me. Pa i laud, M. Mc Manus, Y. Print, •'. Ridley, S. Seeley, h. Wagnei, M. Welsh, and I'. Will sea, MesdamesJ, Gill tea, L. Girvtn, M. Smith, C. M. Ett, and C. Seeh y Mr. and Mr. P. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. R. N oHit. Mr. and Mrs. C. S, M ivnnrdjand daunlitcr, Mr, and Mrs. E. Prouiy, Mi. and Mis. Wrn. Riley, Mr. and Mis Win. Rooney, Mr. and Mr*. 1'. Senas, Mr. and Mis. 1-. Woodo ck, Messrs I hos Alexander, W. A Haitlett.N. B"Ulev, Geo. Bibbilt, R. Brock, J. Beaumont, A. Bauer, IJenj Church i.l.KdeWolf.S. N. Etts, W.Foehay, A Gorman 1, \. Gilbert, J. tiillican N. Heninsjway, |W Havener, J He nl.I, P. Jordan, S. Lillig. A. Austin,J, Friendly, P. Maros, II. Mathewa, L. Miller, J. Mc. Cool, Win Pell.H.Purdy.J. Pietz, ThoS. Ruddell, II. Rochester, II. Robinson, J. Stevenson, K. Shepard, A. Sidin.in, Crwa. Spieler, Beanie and Perry Smith, Robt. and Wm. Smith, N. Self, M. Sherbow, Chaa. Tnllherg, W, rreuhaarl,E.Thorn. ton, II. Woodcock, A. Wood, J Wlupple, and A. Watgatt ; Dr. Chas. Harris ; Dr. and Mis. I". H. Jet-ckes. Messrs J. Maier, W. Lacy, J. Cunie, J. I'IMIIV ay, V. Carey, E. IIan is, W Camphor, R. Barnett, J. West, W. Hunl, J. Rohinson, C. Coulson, J. Coots, M. Pride, E. Harrison, J. Chisman, A. Hudson, I,. Lucas, l>. Jones, E. Breotar, J. Pribler, W. Hurbert, E. Eleven, and A. Wallace (121) 2 in transit for V. ula. The "Motor Frances '" left for Mi imi this morning taking the following passengers. — Misses Amelia I'liompson, Josephine I'.nn it, Evelyn Mackte, Chanty Newton, Fh-rm e Dames, Lena C"X. and Rosalie Walton; Mesilames Frame-. Thompson and infant, Margaret Brown, Margaret Newton, Arabella Sweeting, Victoria Burrows, Rebecca Bethel, Ella B. Walton, Elizabeth Sands, and Eliza Beihel; Messrs Prince A. Martin, Alfred King, M iliolm Stubbs, Thomas R die, Ezekiel Williams, James A. Taylor, Clarence Clarke, Caleb Go'•dman, Joseph Dnsett, Mitchell '.,. N'arri, Alfred Collie, Silas Nixon, Thomas Cambridge, Elwyn Collie, James W. Kelly, James Johnson, Joseph Soloman, Larrimore Ellis, Daniel Reckley, Cyrus Mitchell, George C. Syniunelt, lleihert L. IHnynan, Theophilous Watkins, Ohadiah Edgecombe, Alex Pranks, Nepbesi Mar. key, Will on R Gibson, Richard Sand*, Fred Stuirup, William Gardiner, Rufut King, Nathaniel Hum, (40/. An American MUcli c>w,owned by W P. Adderley, Esq., gave birth to two hull calves last night, with an interval ol ball an noui between them. The Cow and calves aie d ling well. I i


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Null.us ftddii ins |urre in verbs m&glsttl.
Hcim; bound to iwtnr to the Nmi >f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Na>eaau, N. P.. Ba.he.mB.8. Wednesday.
December 31. 19i)
No. 52
i ION B H Dl'f'l CII,
tcrroi ant popiitok
OK KICK jf 44 MAKKK.T STRUT
Nassau N. f-, F.amama-.
I', ii Bo* ll
I'l 'HUSHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday
illgl* ropy ........ I'l
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday
single CApl .. id
Veeklv .........4|<1
MonllilN ......i. 4 ") i Uteri) ........4*.
HalfYemlv ......8.
Vranv ... r^8
iMYO'l.K IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates: MX |*nre |>er Ihe
for first insertion ; three pence ptf In 6
'or second insertion: and one |>enny p line foi Subsequent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
Iii a few slmrt hours Hie old
year 1913 with its joys and its
sorrows, its hopes and its fears,
its gains and its losses will have
gone into the past. It will lake
with it some pleasing mamoriei
and Rome |):unful ones, but
there is nothing to gain by lin-
gering over it, it cannot be re-
( ailed, let it go.
"I'is nearly twelve o'clock
Shake hands, before von die
Old year, we'll deafly me fo yon.
What is it < cm do lot von -
Speak out before you die."
"Hi- fare it era >"'.' sharp ami thin.
Alatk : our friend is gone "
(Tennyaofij
It is gone Whither?
There's a new foot on the Ho .r.
my fii<-nil.
And a new face at the door,
mv friend.
A new (ace at the door."
It is here Whence ?
As we breathe, it comet silent-
ly and imperceptibly, The New
Year is here let us bid him
welcome; it comes pregnant
with life and death, weal and
woe, joy and sorrow, gladness
and sadness, but what it hath
for each or other we know not ;
but with the New Year let us
revivify ourselves and with new
hope and new energy take up
the battle of life.
As a Community we shall have
weighty matters to deal with
in the coining year, perhaps the
water supply and the deepening
ofthe harbour; the Labour Ques-
tion.andThe Exodus to Florida;
wi- trust that wie judge-
ment may be brought to the
deliberation of these matters
and That they may result in
Uniting good to the Colony and
its people.
To all ourfrien 'sand re iderswe
wish n large measure of suo ess
in their personal and private en-
terprises, and a long stride for-
ward on the road to fortune, in
al! of which, of course, we must
propoit o-lately share.
To one and all ''The Tribune '
wishes A very Happy an.l Pi
beroui NewYtar, with a Hearty
Welcome tn
1914
J
The Superintendent of Trie.
graphs this morning icceived a
letter from an experimental
wireless telegraph station in the
city of Toronto, Canada, stat-
in-; that they can hear the Nas-
sau radin station in Hie evenings
working with Jupiter, Florida,
1'. S, Naval Station.
1 he Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
arrived ''ily this morning with 47
Mcksof mails and the following
p ismngeis.
Miam K Akrrlev, B Coleman,
II. Caipputer, l>. (Ionian, A. Haul,
N. Heywond, M. Hyland, II. II-
mi, A. Hawley. E. Lnrlee, I". Mil.
I. r, M. Mackenzie, B. Malarkay, M.
Mn honey, M Moore, A. Me. Un-
man, M Me. Pa i laud, M. Mc Manus,
Y. Print, '. Ridley, S. Seeley, h.
Wagnei, M. Welsh, and I'. Will sea,
MesdamesJ, Gill tea, L. Girvtn, M.
Smith, C. M. Ett, and C. Seeh y ,
Mr. and Mr. P. Jackson, Mr. and
Mrs. R. N oHit. Mr. and Mrs. C. S,
M ivnnrdjand daunlitcr, Mr, and
Mrs. E. Prouiy, Mi. and Mis. Wrn.
Riley, Mr. and Mis Win. Rooney,
Mr. and Mr*. 1'. Senas, Mr. and
Mis. 1-. Woodo ck, Messrs I hos
Alexander, W. A Haitlett.N. B"U-
lev, Geo. Bibbilt, R. Brock, J.
Beaumont, A. Bauer, IJenj Church
i.l.KdeWolf.S. N. Etts, W.Foehay,
A Gorman 1, \. Gilbert, J. tiilli-
can N. Heninsjway, |W Havener,
J He nl.I, P. Jordan, S. Lillig. A.
Austin,J, Friendly, P. Maros, II.
Mathewa, L. Miller, J. Mc. Cool,
Win Pell.H.Purdy.J. Pietz, ThoS.
Ruddell, II. Rochester, II. Robin-
son, J. Stevenson, K. Shepard, A.
Sidin.in, Crwa. Spieler, Beanie and
Perry Smith, Robt. and Wm.
Smith, N. Self, M. Sherbow, Chaa.
Tnllherg, W, rreuhaarl,E.Thorn.
ton, II. Woodcock, A. Wood, J
Wlupple, and A. Watgatt ; Dr.
Chas. Harris ; Dr. and Mis. I". H.
Jet-ckes.
Messrs J. Maier, W. Lacy, J.
Cunie, J. i'imiivay, V. Carey, E.
IIan is, W Camphor, R. Barnett,
J. West, W. Hunl, J. Rohinson, C.
Coulson, J. Coots, M. Pride, E.
Harrison, J. Chisman, A. Hudson,
I,. Lucas, l>. Jones, E. Breotar, J.
Pribler, W. Hurbert, E. Eleven,
and A. Wallace (121) 2 in transit
for V. ula.
The "Motor Frances '" left for
Mi imi this morning taking the
following passengers.
Misses Amelia I'liompson, Jose-
phine I'.nn it, Evelyn Mackte,
Chanty Newton, Fh-rm e Dames,
Lena C"X. and Rosalie Walton;
Mesilames Frame-. Thompson
and infant, Margaret Brown,
Margaret Newton, Arabella Swee-
ting, Victoria Burrows, Rebecca
Bethel, Ella B. Walton, Elizabeth
Sands, and Eliza Beihel;
Messrs Prince A. Martin, Alfred
King, M iliolm Stubbs, Thomas
R die, Ezekiel Williams, James A.
Taylor, Clarence Clarke, Caleb
Go'dman, Joseph Dnsett, Mitchell
'.,. N'arri, Alfred Collie, Silas
Nixon, Thomas Cambridge,
Elwyn Collie, James W. Kelly,
James Johnson, Joseph Soloman,
Larrimore Ellis, Daniel Reckley,
Cyrus Mitchell, George C. Syniu-
nelt, lleihert L. IHnynan, Theo-
philous Watkins, Ohadiah Edge-
combe, Alex Pranks, Nepbesi Mar.
key, Will on R Gibson, Richard
Sand*, Fred Stuirup, William
Gardiner, Rufut King, Nathaniel
Hum, (40/.
An American MUcli c>w,owned
by W P. Adderley, Esq., gave birth
to two hull calves last night, with
an interval ol ball an noui be-
tween them. The Cow and calves
aie d ling well.
I
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T
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I II K I H I HI N L
BAHAMtS POLICE BAND
1st January 1914 8:15
I' igramine
March 1.,. Muscidtns"
Vlse "Contemplation"
* liorus "I he Heavens are telling"
Gavotte
Selection
Inter mezz >
V ilse
Rag
".Vjl Vooa Plait"
ie Uobemian Girl"
'On desert sun l'
"Decent bre"
" Par babies"
Cod Save The King
W. COLN Bandmastei
New York 30. A- 1 he result i>l
a friendly suit by the Siefjel Stores
Corporation, a holding company,
the fedeial cou.t todaj app u'nted
receivcis for the following Coo-
cerns : Simpson Ci iwford Corn-
pan) "I New V'ork ; Henry Siegel
'J. * ,' 1, 'T". \"I 71'. would ifonn all who appreiaatea Or ^moke that wr n>v
* e,V"^ y i Y v" "'I W l'-ve "" h.n.1 an rx.ensive Stock" Of H W \\ \ CK.ARv \Y
een |h Mmmm ore. NcwWk.nnd *\ntt9 our ,,,,,, , be made of theirs. Havana and Sumatr
the Mi-ichanis r.xpiess .ompany of ,,. ... ,. .. ., ,
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
December
as.Marie drosvenor and Adelle
StrachanFighting ia sireet 10s.
each or 8 days,
aj,John RamsayDrank in
street5*. or 4 days.
Jos. Davis1. Drunk and using
indecent laicruage in stieet- 1 1 ,1
8 days. 3. Assaulting Constable
Smith while in the execution o| his
duty <. the same oc ision1 mo
hard larbour.
Alex. WellsDunk in street
5S. <>r .) .1 ,\,
24Henry Ingraham, Marion
Wilkinson, Jeremiah Pritchard,
George Gardiner, Samuel Dean -
Breach Dog License Aet-a. each.
Jeremiah DeanDitto -Dismis.
ed.
Harry Kemp-Breach Streei
Nuisance Prohibition /\ct-2s. 6d.
Charles M uton Dnm-k.g I.
James SmithUsing threats of
personal violence innards Moses
rationHound in Iihomii rtcog.
nizance in 3 in keep the pea.
i nionihsaiMl pay 3s costs of pio-
: 1< .11
-' Samuel \V,..I and Fred-
lynes1. Fighting in stieet, 2
Resisting Coostal \ \| *,
Wll !' I 1 l|| \ C Uj ,,, ,f |,i, rtuly
"" *...... iiccasion 01 6 days.
Jane Kobeits Vshtaultirtg and
hMJing Ethel Lynch -i, or 14
John Ramsaylarceny of B
yards cloth, value is 8 1.', gon Is
nd chattels of Richard|H. yd1
month
27 -l-IJiz /> ili Sands-Co,.real-
meni ..f BrnliComaiiitad 1 ..
trial in fi eCourt.
Gilbert |-> inson an 1 Ge irge \d-
rivrley1 I 1 fliting |ohnsn, 5s. 01
4 days ; \ l lerley, die n u l.
I recembi r list, 1915.
BY RADIO TELEGRAPH.
fit w Vi kj 301I1
c losing quotations on Stock Ex.
chanci.
smoke that we rvw
e
r?
(piess L ompany ol f" ........ "" .
small uihciHorif \ Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
Boston, a small sabsn .. ry A manufactured on ou. pramlses bv -killed workmen
l,eld res and great pains are taken to produce an article ol superio. quality.
The Success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L SAINDI.US A Co.
Bay Street.
pnnsible f"i receivership for firus
involved. They cxpeci to continue
business md it Is Slid pay their
debts in full.
Am .1. (.'upper
II. & o.
stTi'.i
\ew York Central
l'< niia.
Reading
V| 11. Pac.
Union Pac.
U. S Si
7.! I
\u j
UN1,
'55
I
Brisbane, 30. I lie Dutch stea-
nier Tasman with n large iiumiw
.if passengers including Lillian
N'nidici which went on a rock in
Gulf of Papua was hauled "'I lo
day by the Jap.ne>e steamerInaho
Maru.
tin iugh I here n era rumours r| a
dlSCUSMOII soheiledlh.it some ll
Hi- jurors w.mld ii"l speak to
__ each other.
Sew York, 30.Mrs Millie;
Deveraux, <>ne of the pion-ers ini Cairo, Egypt, le Ved
ivomens suffrage died todaj aged rines the French aviator a-nvi I in
-,n Cair> today, thus biinginu loasur-
__ cessful end 1 flight "f nearly Ihree
Stockholm, 30.Dowager j lueen thousnrid miles which hen m ver.
Soolii.i ol > " 1, n ,| eU loday al ' weeks ago lr.an Pan-.. In his air
the age
' 77-
ge Vi di ines made t 1 ious
si ps in lulling Vienna, Sofia,
Albany, N V. 30.Jack Rinns Constatinople and Beyrut.
the wireless 11 legi iph >>| eiator on
the liner Republic was awarded -----------------------------------------'
$l2.o'>o by the c.....t-if appe.ilsio- i A MM A 1"^ I) \ J^
day in his suit gai ist ile Vila- i \ 1M i\ / A L.lX.Vl.,
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
i>r>iph Company lucui e of ihe
r uction nf a moving p ci ur p r
porting t" lnw limns summoning
aid by W'reless hen the Republic
was wrecked. I> nni sued f"r $50-
000.
''Au Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
LARGF. ASSORTMF.NT TO
Sl.Li.CT FKO.M
LVD1ES Oress, (loods, in
' Lusl 115, Serges, Ral
ie .-md Coloured Cor-
dings, Crept s, C"rc|>niis, Mai -
quisettes, Beng.ilinp*, Lands-
ilowne-, Spot-Musi ins, Em-
broidered Muslins, Vi Ivets,
Embroidered Hal isles, I us-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, ()verall Embr< n-
derv and (Overall I -ace.
Laces and Insertions, Rib-
bons plain and fancy Latest
Style Belts Lace Collars,
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black, Pink,
Blue, Heliolropej and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's White, Black, Grey
ed up iii night in Navy Blu*e, Alice Blue, II' lio,
the juiv and Green Silk Sucks with
Silk Ties i" match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk I 'ara-
sols, Silk Evening Scarves,
111 .iiit i f 111 Handbags
Handsome Japanese Gjr> ds
Genuine Irish Linens of all
kinds.
Merlin, 30. |o*e' Giamietro one
nf the best known romrdi< the Cr 1 man stage died loday.
Berlin, to Violent sto as, ar.
companied in manj phices hj heavy
snow pievail all ovi German) to.
day, ireal dam 1 ;> h >s been 11
l>\ wind and mux alung lit** coast.
This city is thickly overed with
PreHirfi >, res is, 3 ~. -Mexican
federnls iyl reltels resumed lu'hi-
ini; n( (IjMi.'Hio Mexico Imlay. The
H 11 -is adv.iin el on ft deral 1 renches
where Ihe reniiiMnl of Huerta s
in r**oithem Mexico had lakr-n
refuge after iis disastrousd< leat of
yesli rday.
Unable to agree
New Voik, 3
afiei I" ing loc
the case ol I
reported shortly before noon today
and were sent hark lo their room
f.ir further deliberation following
a rem nk ible scene in coarl dorinR
which it was disclosed llmt one of
ihe jury w.is ill. Something had
nccu.....I U> cause an unusual dis-
sension hat prevented the jory
fiuiii reaching a verdict but just
n hit il w is nl "lie would say,
-------------! '. . '. II- "'
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigrar
**Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
NOTIC F.
Gasoline
Q1 \ND\RD on. ens o .s.
O ('LI.VE; Sold in quantities
ds f
or
nl One Gallon and opvarOS
one shilling a gallnrt,
ims of s gallons at aa 1
I)
a k illon, subjert to icium when
empi).
'Ihese special Ihums no away
with ihe necessity of rAiyiug a
Storage lank.
L'. C. SAUNBKRS.
NOTICE I
Gasoline
SI WliAUD Orl '"- Motor
spirils sold in (plant it u of 5
jr.ilhius and u|">aid foi'.iue shilling
p.i pa lion al Ciar(je.
IVlilg a \'<--s.-l fUl small quanli-
tiet,
Di urns rnay lie had with "drum
lots,'subjfd toreiuni when empty
h>0 (he Fjftll l us sold at
-' 1 1; 1. ''' in pei eem dis.
roltlTl f. o.'li. fal'telA.
Ren Cars also for lliie.
fj j lea 11 mid fur tosva wi ik,
\11iM nobih and liiiNrlr supplies
Kept in Rtottri A lu.dn, (ill and
Auto lire ' H sp,N i,.liy.
v .111 nient storage drum with rauctl to
keep gHSnline, lanar and see
tie in.
Apply 10
I. I'. SIMM>,
47 Ma,kr-| Street.
Nov. 18, 19I3.


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