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1 HE 1 K I IJ N L now well within th regions of possibility London, 7. —It is officially Rn nounced Hint the Right Hon. Ronald Munrop-Ferguson, M. !'., lor Leith, will succeed Lord Denman as Governor tl'-nrr^l of Austral in. Manila, 7.—British East Indians to the number of _^oo met here today to protest against the action "f the autlmiitics in refusing to give them certificates enabling them to proceed to the Tinted St;it'S. One of the orators said tint the loyal subjects <:f King George had been insulted by the immigration authorities both here and in the United States They did not claim free entry to America foi all British Indians, but tliv argued that those now in the Philippines were entitled to admission te the United Stater. ship. She made the trip fioin I'riederickshaven to Potsdam in eight hour*. Washington, 7.—Captain Btjstwicl.of the Gunboat Nashville at Cape Haitien reported by wire. less today that pillaging is gener. al in Cape Haitien and thatseveral non combatants have been executed by the rebels. Only a poi tion of the city p s being protected hy American blue jackets and ma1 ines, Newark, N. J., 7—The "Wiled Woman" who shot and killed Mis. Harriet Manning In her mother's* home at 21<"> Warren Street last night proved to l>ri about the grounding of the yacht, London, 7 —Militant suffragette* were blamed for a fire which destroyed a l irge untenanted villa in I'IIIII aim, luvernetshire todav. London, 7. -\ di-pairh from Moscow hays thai .|i peona employed i' an insurance off 11 e here were killed by gai winch had rsCl ped from a leaking pipe Berlin, 7 —Aviatoi Blanke was iviUed todav when li s aeroplane turned turtle nt Wnirrre, Tins makes the < igln deaih among avi ntors since 1 ie beginning of the ye 11. Meridi in, M %  •.%  7, Avian. 1 bell who was injured on Janu irv sand while making an exhibition Biglil here died today, l'-ei i ., 7.-65 mil -san hour was the. speed attained in her trial trip l>y tin latest Zeppelin military air the purpose of big game -h >oting. Albany, N. V 8.— I he i.iipeachmerit trial of Governor SU'Z-M ci si the state •* 245 Naples, 7.-1 he New York and Chicago baseball teams HI rived here to-day Juarez, Mexico, 7—At least six ami perhaps ten American rail men and pioh.dilv forty 10 n Mexicans were suffocated in a tunnel on the Mexican Railroad Wednesday as the result of a diab ilical net of the bandit chief C istillo in allowing a passenger tram front the mu th tn run into t he lui which had alreadv been set mi h" from a Ida/..ill' freight tr.ii i se I in for the purpose. Castillo WHS inspin d by motives of revenge foi 22 <>f his followers who weie recently captured rind executed bj relels. Washington, 7. M arie Lloyd the English actf -s who w is he I up at V'air' ouvr He'., hy the immigration authorities mid nn rred deported, cha gl with being an mm.iral pernm was allowed ad. mittame mti yesterday. the United Stares IMPERIAL THf-ATHF. Moving" Pictures EVERY NIGH I Lumber & Shing-ies. T USI' n c ived H Cargo from J Jacksonville per %  hnoner "Louise F." 1 J. \\\ 10and \: x 3 0, and also mt mhei si/e> of him'ier required. Prices <•< suit everv body. .•511,0 M> Shingle*in stock. :.is per thousand and upward. i II \S. J. KELLY & BRO. THE REINDEER is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is possibly the most useful of all the animals which dwell in this part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer, SUNLIGHT SOAP is to be found in all parts of the civilised world, and its great utility is vouched for by millions ot contented housewives who would not be without it. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys a well-merited J^ reputation, it is absolutely pure,and will not harm the most delicate fabric. Apiece of Sunlight Soap used in your next waih will convince you of its excellence. ST MATTHEW'S GRAND BAZAAR IN RECTORY & GROl NDS. His Excellency the Governor of The Bahamas lias kindly consented ta open the Bazaar at 3 p. rn. \\( IRK I". the members of the tjoi : ion on Sale. I E \ -1 ['PER AMUSEMENTS PICTURE GALLERY We would appreciate EVER! ONE'S presence & help at } p, in. TUESPAY next nt ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY CONTINUATION S \ v Bill, Mr. F. S. Powell the photographer, is soil taking tho-e nice, |n el' v U|.-t. -dale pictures as lie etoh.re, [at ih ,t real I) to Prank ? < >h yes •Wright Frank, I will go and see him this d i\ mid h ive mine taken, Bui where can I find him Prank ? Go i" hi* le'ii-e a few yards be low Government Hnute western gate, 1. '. on Blue Hill Road. He take, the 1 all -i/es and Ins prices are prettv reasonable, I hanks very much. Good bye Bill (iood-bye I rank Tune al Sudio I g to 11 a. ii : 3 to J p. in, every dav. Notice. A LL persons are hereby ordinal by the Hoard "f Health to have their yards and lots thoroughly cleaned, and to have all rubbish, old cans, bottle-, etc-., removed therefrom, before February 28th, 1914. V cumulations ol rubbish pla ced at the sides of streets under this order, will be removed at the Public expense until Hie date mentioned ; but after that date. viz. : February 28th, all persons who have failed to comply with this order, will be compelled to remove their accumulations to the dumping ground al iheir own expense, and will in addition, be liable 10 prose* cution. Bj order of the Hoard of Health IAMES 11. KNOWLES, Clerk to the Hoard. 28tll January 191 lN.issau \. P. Fehy. 2 1914 Special Bargains -1 Al I, EARLY* A RMOURS "Best Star" HAMS Sellini at .'nil nt per lb Bone'ess Ham at 30 cent per lb Bologna Sausage at 30cent per ll> AT THE ROYAL STORE. J. L. SAUNDF.RS ft Co FOB SALE 'T"MIK whole OUlfit contained in J the Eastern l.iverv stables — comprising finecaniaget, horses, harnesetc. and conducted by MUN ROE ft MORRIS. Fast Hay Street. I



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0) 0) o 3D if) EM s CD Nullivis addii in-|urarc in verba mauistri. Heini! bound to swear to the Dogmas f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N P.. Bahamas. Monday, Fehararv 9,1914 4') LEON E M I'l'li ( II, -. i Pi i i OKI-I i n M AUK !-'.T STREET N i 111 N'" &AHAHAI-. !'. I l. Hoi 1 %  PI i',l ISHED DAILY. M ..i U\ -\'iIt esdaj HI : Friday— M.all' CO|lJ ••• I" Tuesiiav. I'lpn-.i.n nl Saturday— •!• %  Con* [' ••• -4J' 1 ...is. 4 lfS " .• ieb lildinfi i Koing up 1 H v;, 1 lS l nl Fowlei Street, I,,; M, 1 C. Saunder*, we under, t and On l>iwd veil Si .South of the Parade .1 I irge I 1 den I diitftii being erecw I, wehenr.foi Mr. A.K.Sol on.and at ihe corner of ShirleyM.and n ins Lane the old Curwen home is being greatly improved b) the *a ,1,7,..,, ,.| broad vet md is on I 1 WMI and North si i s, 1 d immediately to the WMI i ihn, n the -ime property* J' ,d ,,,.. ,-. in course u( eret tioi which w .,,,• mid isa ( Impel foi tl e Seventh Div Adventisis : immed ntelv opposite this on the w -tern part of the grounds nl'Buen Re 1 „ an almost competed wooden cottage which is being built lor..r. Leonard Kemp. CABLEGRAMS London, 5. -With the publica tioo of the t-xt >f the will of Lord Strathcon 1 yMterday, it was learned throu 5I1 1 close personal friend „f Lord Mrathcona'sthat hisestate wool I exceed -Si'" 1 '•"" '• London, 5. -At the annual dinner of the institute of sanitary engineers tonight Sir Win. Ramsay raised ll" 1 question of whether the unfit should he left t<> die. Si* William surprised the audience by asking whether it was light that ,. should be so v> >ddl 'I .!-< ih'-v wei • -. Where ihey w e re d >tP0 some thing to prolong ihe livi ol 'lie unfit, would it not he beitei to let son.e nl tin m die out, l" asked, Washii • %  \'-\: %  I %  enl 11 le of tlie W ington nin< nl is %  1 make m 1 comment ''ii Ja| tneae\mei ican relations that tiuglit give use t'i fur. Ih*i in itntion in jap in againsl the United States, it is not going loo far t" say I ial the analogy between < ierm iny and American interests in the Fni tasi pointed nul to the Berlin 1 orrespi ndent, finds f act eptai ce among g ivernmi'iit offii 1 ils here. |',,M in. 5 I low 1". ei innocuous President Wilson and Sccretaiy I' j in may considet the foreign policy end military ard naval ,.f .1 ipiin il is stated on high authority thai there is no dispos tinn in I'"" lin "> mini nize the he%  1 1,1 nt watch on the nmbitii ns ol 1 le Mika 1 n enl (,. rmany pa) ng Ihe 1 loses! attention to tin m. London, 5.—Premier Asqui Ill's speech it the peace centenary meeting at ihe Mansii n I louse vsteril it had been looked forward to r igerly by ilim my inti iMts fay. ,. ,i 1 hie to Lni'si, off! 1.1I p irtici p ,i ion in tl %  • Panam 1 Fxp isition ,1 s m Francisco, as il was exp/N t( 1 that he would legaid the oci asum an auspicious one lor the announcement "f 1 modifical \< m of the govei n ments atlitude tow.ml the question ol offici il representalion. His inline to make HI J such announcement 1 au ed kei n disappointment, Lont'on 5.—To a gnh-eommittee consisting of the I Ion. Harry Lawvni, Sir Edward Speyer, Sii Thomas Brock, and Lionel Earle, Secretary of the office of Works, lias een delegated the duty of erecting memorials in I ond >n to Captain Scott and Ins companion", who perished in the Antarcti : I he dean and chapter of St. Paul's Cathedral have assigned spi ce in ihe cathedral for a I ronre tablet or bas relief Capetown, 5.—General Jan Smuts, the minister of Defense, was cheered by all sections except the labourites when lie rose in the asT seinbly lo-dfiy to ijjove the second reading of the bill to indemnify the government for us acts undei the martial law. After the minister had spoken for ii' 11 v n hour in justincatuM of tl: nents m tien in dek ring martial la w and deporting the strike le ' house adjourned, London, 5.—I aptain Inch, commander nl the steamer Yolturno, which was burned in mid Atlantic last October, received the freedom of ilietity of London in a silver ; today. The Lord Mayor and Win. Marconi delivi red eulogistic lies, in reply ti> which Caplain I 1 leslly di 1 ne I having done anything but his I ty, Glasgow, Very distru:tive fin--, the work of "Arson squads" of militant suffragettes, caused considerable damage to-day in ihe neighbourhood of the Perthshire village of Comrte, famous for its Druidical ami Rom in Ruins, uai 1 1914. Melbourne, 7.'— Fo 101 fi :ation Ii is been sent to the authori. ties of the Panama Pacific Expo sition by the Monster of External All ins tli a the Commonwealth of Australia will be represented at the exposition. Washington, 7. Ptesident Wilson's advocacy ol the repeal of the p 1. %  •-ion in the Pan ima %  anal \ 1 UgUSt 24th, I i' 1, K ti n n Vmei ii an 1 oastv\ i-' traffic els ft an p ivment ol tolls when using the canal, will tie vigorouslv fought in tlie house <>f represent itives. London, -,.-Another division has '• 'lined in the camp "I t 1 "' mibtant suffragettes, Sylvia I'anlsluiist hiving broken away from the Women? Social and Political I ,. ,gue. I Ins is the third split since the militant movement start ed, A new suffragist society has m ide iiappe iran •• in London. It Consists of men and women and IS ,..llcd the "United Suffragists." Condon, 7. Several experts have exprwsed views favourable to the pioposed trans-Atlantic aeroplane flight. Tom Sopwith, the airman, says that it is a tremendous undertaking but with the rapid advance of science of constructing water planes, success is i,


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Nullivis addii in-- |urarc in verba mauistri.
Heini! bound to swear to the Dogmas f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N P.. Bahamas. Monday, Fehararv 9,1914
4')
LEON E M I'l'li ( II,
. -. i Pi i i
OKI-I i n M AUK !-'.T STREET
N i 111 N- '" &AHAHAI-.
!'. I l. Hoi 1 '
PI i',l ISHED DAILY.
M ..i U\. -\'i- It esdaj hi -: Friday
M.all' CO|lJ I"
Tuesiiav. I'lpn-.i.n nl Saturday
! Con* ..... ['
-4J'1
...is. 4 ........4*-
Bt,
161
iVeekli
Mouthh
,) 11 in I; .....
Half Ye.oH
V"'l"r\V\ui.i' IN ADVANCI
Advertising Rate. mi pence pet in
first inen three pi
for wo ndin* rti ; an epi I 1 at
I, ,,-! 1 sub*......isertions.
Mwtisen ts undei eight lines 4-.
R ,, Idmgopera-
lions are being C irried on in St.
Matthews Parish; > lfS " '
. ieb lildinfi i Koing up 1 H
v;, 1 lSl nl Fowlei Street,
I,,; m, 1 C. Saunder*, we under-
,tand On l>iwd.....veil Si .South
of the Parade .1 I irge
I
1 den I.....diitftii being erecw I,
wehenr.foi Mr. A.K.Sol.....on.and
at ihe corner of ShirleyM.and n ins
Lane the old Curwen home is be-
ing greatly improved b) the *a
,1,7,..,, ,.| broad vet md is on I 1
Wmi and North si i s, 1 d im-
mediately to the wmi i ihn, n
the -ime property* J',d-
,,,.. ,-. in course u( eret tioi which
w, .,,, mid isa ( Impel foi tl e
Seventh Div Adventisis : immed
ntelv opposite this on the w -tern
part of the grounds nl'Buen Re 1
an almost competed wooden
cottage which is being built lor..r.
Leonard Kemp.
CABLEGRAMS
London, 5. -With the publica -
tioo of the t-xt >f the will of Lord
Strathcon 1 yMterday, it was learn-
ed throu 5I1 1 close personal friend
f Lord Mrathcona'sthat hisestate
wool I exceed -Si'"1 '"" '
London, 5. -At the annual din-
ner of the institute of sanitary en-
gineers tonight Sir Win. Ramsay
raised ll"1 question of whether the
unfit should he left t<> die. Si*
William surprised the audience by
asking whether it was light that
,. should be so v>>ddl 'I .!-<
ih'-v wei -.
Where ihey were d >tP0 some
thing to prolong ihe livi ol 'lie
unfit, would it not he beitei to let
son.e nl tin m die out, l" asked,
Washii \'-\:
I enl 11 le of tlie W ington
nin< nl is ! 1 make m 1 com-
ment ''ii Ja| tneae- \mei ican rela-
tions that tiuglit give use t'i fur.
Ih*i in itntion in jap in againsl the
United States, it is not going loo
far t" say I ial the analogy be-
tween < ierm iny and American in-
terests in the Fni tasi pointed nul
to the Berlin 1 orrespi ndent, finds
f act eptai ce among g ivern-
mi'iit offii 1 ils here.
|',,m in. 5 I low 1". ei innocuous
President Wilson and Sccretaiy
I' j in may considet the foreign
policy end military ard naval
,.f .1 ipiin il is stated on high
authority thai there is no dispos -
tinn in I'"" lin "> mini nize the he-
11,1 nt watch
on the nmbitii ns ol 1 le Mika 1
n enl
(,. rmany pa) ng Ihe 1 loses!
attention to tin m.
London, 5.Premier Asqui Ill's
speech it the peace centenary meet-
ing at ihe Mansii n I louse vster-
il it had been looked forward to
r igerly by ili- m my inti iMts fay.
,. ,i 1 hie to Lni'si, off! 1.1I p irtici
p ,i ion in tl Panam 1 Fxp isition
,1 s m Francisco, as il was exp/N t-
( 1 that he would legaid the oci a-
sum an auspicious one lor the an-
nouncement "f 1 modifical \< m of
the goveinments atlitude tow.ml
the question ol offici il representa-
lion. His inline to make hi j such
announcement 1 au ed kei n disap-
pointment,
Lont'on 5.To a gnh-eommittee
consisting of the I Ion. Harry Law-
vni, Sir Edward Speyer, Sii Thom-
as Brock, and Lionel Earle, Secre-
tary of the office of Works, lias een
delegated the duty of erecting
memorials in I ond >n to Captain
Scott and Ins companion", who
perished in the Antarcti :
I he dean and chapter of St.
Paul's Cathedral have assigned
spi ce in ihe cathedral for a I ronre
tablet or bas relief
Capetown, 5.General Jan
Smuts, the minister of Defense, was
cheered by all sections except the
labourites when lie rose in the as-
T
seinbly lo-dfiy to ijjove the second
reading of the bill to indemnify the
government for us acts undei the
martial law.
After the minister had spoken
for ii' 11 v n hour in justincatuM
of tl: nents m tien in de-
k ring martial la w and deporting
the strike le ' house ad-
journed,
London, 5.I aptain Inch, com-
mander nl the steamer Yolturno,
which was burned in mid Atlantic
last October, received the freedom
of ilietity of London in a silver
; today. The Lord Mayor and
Win. Marconi delivi red eulogistic
lies, in reply ti> which Cap-
lain I 1 leslly di 1 ne I hav-
ing done anything but his I ty,
Glasgow, Very distru:tive
fin--, the work of "Arson squads" of
militant suffragettes, caused con-
siderable damage to-day in ihe
neighbourhood of the Perthshire
village of Comrte, famous for its
Druidical ami Rom in Ruins,
uai 1 1914.
Melbourne, 7.' Fo 101 fi :a-
tion Ii is been sent to the authori.
ties of the Panama Pacific Expo
sition by the Monster of External
All ins tli a the Commonwealth
of Australia will be represented
at the exposition.
Washington, 7. Ptesident Wil-
son's advocacy ol the repeal of the
p 1.-ion in the Pan ima * anal
\ 1 UgUSt 24th, I i' 1, K
tinn Vmei ii an 1 oastv\ i-'- traffic
els ft an p ivment ol tolls when
using the canal, will tie vigorous-
lv fought in tlie house <>f repre-
sent itives.
London, -,.- -Another division
has ' 'lined in the camp "I t1"'
mibtant suffragettes, Sylvia I'anls-
luiist hiving broken away from the
Women? Social and Political
I ,. ,gue. I Ins is the third split
since the militant movement start
ed, A new suffragist society has
m ide ii- appe iran in London. It
Consists of men and women and IS
,..llcd the "United Suffragists."
Condon, 7. Several experts
have exprwsed views favourable
to the pioposed trans-Atlantic
aeroplane flight. Tom Sopwith,
the airman, says that it is a tre-
mendous undertaking but with the
rapid advance of science of con-
structing water planes, success is
i,


1 HE
1 K I Ij
N L
now well within th regions of
possibility
London, 7. It is officially Rn.
nounced Hint the Right Hon. Ron-
ald Munrop-Ferguson, M. !'., lor
Leith, will succeed Lord Denman
as Governor tl'-nrr^l of Austral in.
Manila, 7.British East Indians
to the number of _^oo met here to-
day to protest against the action
"f the autlmiitics in refusing to
give them certificates enabling
them to proceed to the Tinted
St;it'S.
One of the orators said tint the
loyal subjects <:f King George had
been insulted by the immigration
authorities both here and in the
United States They did not claim
free entry to America foi all Brit-
ish Indians, but tliv argued that
those now in the Philippines were
entitled to admission te the United
Stater.
ship. She made the trip fioin
I'riederickshaven to Potsdam in
eight hour*.
Washington, 7.Captain Btjst-
wicl.- of the Gunboat Nashville
at Cape Haitien reported by wire.
less today that pillaging is gener- .
al in Cape Haitien and thatsever-
al non combatants have been exe-
cuted by the rebels. Only a poi
tion of the city ps being protected
hy American blue jackets and ma-
1 ines,
Newark, N. J., 7The "Wiled
Woman" who shot and killed Mis.
Harriet Manning In her mother's*
home at 21<"> Warren Street last
night proved to l><- Hazel 11
man, aged i'<. who, after swall
ing rhloiide of mercury, ronO I
th it sin- w is \|is. Minni"'_ s mu -
derer, She said she had killed
Mrs Manning so that the I liters
lorn.
1 iW
tusband could marry hei.
Stockholm, 7.-A great peoples!, 'Wl,m- 7--Crown P.....e Wil-
'helm is lepoiied to be Stronijly
desirous of visiting America for
parade of timre th.m 30,000 dele-
gates from all parts oi Sweden to-
day defiled b tore III' king and
queen at the royal palace to demand
the imediate putting of the nations
military and naval fores on an ef
feciive modem basis
BY RADIO.
Closing Stock quotations
Amnl. Copper
I!. & O.
I'ennn.
Reading
New York Centra
Sou. Pac.
Union Pac.
U. s Steel
Tan. Pac.
8l, Paul
75ii
931
11 -
67!
07!
16a
65
216
New \-
orl
Duke and
7.Th
Duchess of Ivfanchi ster and Loid
Falconer who were on a pleasure
trip m the Vandeibilt yacht War-
rim when she went ashore on the
cnasl of Colombia a fortnight ago
arrived hen; today ai ill* steamei
Alinirante. Mr Vanderliilt said
there was little to add to the re.
P<>ri about the grounding of the
yacht,
London, 7 Militant suffraget-
te* were blamed for a fire which
destroyed a l irge untenanted villa
in I'iiiiiaim, luvernetshire todav.
London, 7. -\ di-pairh from
Moscow hays thai .|i peona em-
ployed i' an insurance off 11 e here
were killed by gai winch had rs-
Cl ped from a leaking pipe
Berlin, 7 Aviatoi Blanke was
iviUed todav when li s aeroplane
turned turtle nt Wnirrre, Tins
makes the < igln deaih among avi
ntors since 1 ie beginning of the
ye 11.
Meridi in, M .-, 7, Avian.1
bell who was injured on Janu irv
sand while making an exhibition
Biglil here died today,
l'-ei i ., 7.-65 mil -san hour was
the. speed attained in her trial trip
l>y tin latest Zeppelin military air
the purpose of big game -h >oting.
Albany, N. V 8. I he i.iipeach-
merit trial of Governor Su'z-m ci si
the state * 245
Naples, 7.- -1 he New York and
Chicago baseball teams hi rived
here to-day
Juarez, Mexico, 7At least six
ami perhaps ten American rail
men and pioh.dilv forty 10 n
Mexicans were suffocated in a tun-
nel on the Mexican Railroad Wed-
nesday as the result of a diab ilical
net of the bandit chief C istillo in
allowing a passenger tram front
the mu th tn run into t he lui
which had alreadv been set mi h"
from a Ida/..ill' freight tr.ii i se I
in for the purpose. Castillo whs
inspin d by motives of revenge foi
22 <>f his followers who weie re-
cently captured rind executed bj
relels.
Washington, 7.-Marie Lloyd
the English actf -s who w is he I
up at V'air' ouvr He'., hy the im-
migration authorities mid nn rred
deported, cha gl with being an
mm.iral pernm was allowed ad.
mittame mti
yesterday.
the United Stares
IMPERIAL
THf-ATHF.
Moving" Pictures
EVERY NIGH I
Lumber & Shing-ies.
T USI' n c ived h Cargo from
J Jacksonville per - hnoner
' "Louise F."
1 J. \\\ 10and \: x30, and also
mt mhei si/e> of him'ier required.
Prices << suit everv body.
.511,0 M> Shingle*in stock. :.is
per thousand and upward.
i II \S. J. KELLY & BRO.
THE REINDEER
is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is possibly
the most useful of all the animals which dwell in this
part of the world. Unlike the Reindeer,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is to be found in all parts of the civilised world, and its
great utility is vouched for by millions ot contented
housewives who would not
be without it. Sunlight
Soap enjoys a well-merited J^
reputation, it is absolutely
pure,and will not harm the
most delicate fabric. Apiece
of Sunlight Soap used in
your next waih will con-
vince you of its excellence.
ST MATTHEW'S
GRAND
BAZAAR
IN RECTORY & GROl NDS.
His Excellency the Governor of
The Bahamas lias kindly
consented ta open the Bazaar
at 3 p. rn.
\\( IRK I". the members of the
tjoi : ion on Sale.
I E \
-1 ['PER
AMUSEMENTS
PICTURE GALLERY
We would appreciate EVER! -
ONE'S presence & help
at } p, in. TUESPAY next
nt
ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY
CONTINUATION
S\v Bill, Mr. F. S. Powell the
photographer, is soil taking
tho-e nice, |n el' v U|.-t. -dale pic-
tures as lie etoh.re,
[at ih ,t real I) to Prank ? < >h yes !
Wright Frank, I will go and see
him this d i\ mid h ive mine taken,
Bui where can I find him Prank ?
Go i" hi* le'ii-e a few yards be
low Government Hnute western
gate, 1. '. on Blue Hill Road. He
take, the 1 all -i/es and Ins prices
are prettv reasonable, I hanks
very much. Good bye Bill !
(iood-bye I rank !
Tune al Sudio I
g to 11 a. ii : 3 to J p. in, every
dav.
Notice.
ALL persons are hereby or-
dinal by the Hoard "f
Health to have their yards and
lots thoroughly cleaned, and to
have all rubbish, old cans, bot-
tle-, etc-., removed therefrom,
before February 28th, 1914.
V cumulations ol rubbish pla
ced at the sides of streets under
this order, will be removed at
the Public expense until Hie
date mentioned ; but after that
date. viz. : February 28th, all
persons who have failed to com-
ply with this order, will be com-
pelled to remove their accumu-
lations to the dumping ground
al iheir own expense, and will
in addition, be liable 10 prose*
cution.
Bj order of the Hoard of Health
IAMES 11. KNOWLES,
Clerk to the Hoard.
28tll January 191 l-
N.issau \. P.
Fehy. 2 1914
Special Bargains
-1 Al I, EARLY*
ARMOURS "Best Star"
HAMS
Sellini at .'nil nt per lb
Bone'ess Ham at 30 cent per lb
Bologna Sausage at 30cent per ll>
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
J. L. SAUNDF.RS ft Co
FOB SALE
'T"MIK whole OUlfit contained in
J the Eastern l.iverv stables
comprising finecaniaget, horses,
harnes- etc. and conducted by
MUN ROE ft MORRIS.
Fast Hay Street.
I


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