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I lit I dealings in ,-i lone letter to the MORNING POST. Among othei things lie suggest;; that tii'house "f loi Is appoint ;i select committee in examine Lord Murray on OH th, and thus '"-^ure him the temptation of making n sp-ech withcut any moral sare tion." Ke'erring to Lord Murrays -1 ert 1 ings with the missing stoi k broker Fenner, Mr. Maxse says that Lord Murray's trusteeship of the lil party's funds cost the piity between $3 ;o.o o and ? 200,000 through one broker alone, apart from any losses on American Marconi's. London, 9.—THE l>\II.Y EXPRESS iu an editorial on the an. nmincemenl of the purchase of 'The Cowper Mi d inn 1," takes ore ision to attack Lloyd George for his financial measures, which it alleges help towaid the deplel of the nations art treasuies, "I Ins export from England of misterpices" it says, "is a growing calamity and the teudencj 1 f Lloyd Georgian finance and taxation will not make it less so." New York, •). News w. 1 n ceived here yesterday that the struction of the Cunard Aquitani at Clvdebank is proceeding so 1 ip. idly that theCunard diiectors have decided upon some of her complement! She will be commanded by Captain Turner, R. \. R. who has already turned over the c immand of the Mauretania to Captain Charles. also felt the shock which was unprecedently severe that in sever.1 places tli %  -1 is nographs ei put out 1 >f ciimmissi m. One in in was killed at Ring, harr.pton New York bj n cave-in No serious damage 1reported, Toltio, IO. %  lie Lower house n| the J ipanese I'arli iment y a vote of 205 to i(>4 to-day rejected 1 resolution expre>sing lac' of con. fidence in the g ivernment because ol a na\ ndal grow ing out ol g 111 • >ns that lapai ese offi eis had accepted bribe* from a Geiman firm, A mob of 50,0'o angered by*p:ir liamenta action rioted, fought the police, aitacked the parliament building pud attempted to de troj newspaper office-. Many persons weie injured an I 111 my Hi rests made Berlin, to. — It is reported thai the Hamburg \nwncan and North German lines will come 1 an amicable a greemenl on 1 lie inte wn now iii progress. Joh innisthal, 10 \viawr I leg. ner a pupil of the flying while making his first 1 • • flight in a in moplane to day 1 I• d with a hi| lane Co t Gerhard Seidi Imayei, an 1 11 I .1 Li m in and I.ieut, I.eimaid of tl e ( J erman ai my as pai I Il4 ari ideill or, 111 red alum 1 f,. t 111 air. Degnei 1 :i! led and the other two seri* nisi v mjur. ed. I.,, d m, 10 I he "usual cen monies attend Ih oj ig of par. 1 liament liv King I ie rge mid r he new Cunarderii now expectg Jar j .,, y Momerulefo. iu'. toa{ ed to arrive in the)Mersey on May 16th. BY RADIO. Closing Stock quotations Amal. Copper B. A: O. Can. Pac. Penna, Re iding St. Paul Sou. Pac, Union Pac. i6a| U. S ">teel 65I New York Central s.,* London, 10. — Thomas Hardy, the novelist and poet, was married today to Mi's Florence Dugdale, Ins secretary. Host. MI, to —Fire tod y lei I roy. ed the Si cond Universa si Church, loss ab mt one hundre I thousand dollars. Stockholm, to.-Over theagitalion of n itiooal armament the cabinet resigned today. Nl v Y' :., In. —P. irtlupi ,| [P shocks of twenty second* duration,' and so violent in some places at to rock buildings andstopclocks, was felt all oval New York State from huffalo to Brooklyn at 1:30 this afternoon. Massachusetts and Connecticut and other places outside of New York State including Canada frelai d is to om up I ft tlement this session. V Yi ill;. I". \i ISS il 1 %  V inderbilt. the fiftee 1 yeai old daughter of C a ne| IUS Vandi 1 Who w.is operated 11 1 lor BppenI, -its \ esterday was lesting quiet IV tO 1] l\ IMPERIAL. THF.ATRE Wednesday Feb. 11 4 REELS INCLUDING ANIMATED WEEKLY FULL OF l\"l EREST1NG EVENTS 6d. (}d. is. W r. would I.I form all who appreciate a Gcod Smoke that we now have on h .lid an • \ tensive Stock of II \\ \\A I Hi \K'S. We guarantee our brand to he made of the finest Havana .mid Sumatre Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises \>\ skilled workmen and great pa ns ire taken to produi e an article of superioi quality. I ii %  success we have met with in the past leads u ot fi lently to expect the pationage of connoiseurs. |. L. SALMPEBS A Co. Bay Street. ANNA E.RAE Proprietress Of The Vogue, ''Au Bon Marche Stores" and Bijou A LARGF. ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L AI>II S Dn ss (ioiids, in Lusl n -, Serges, Ratines white and Coloured Cordings, Crepes, Cn pons, M quist ttes, Bengalines, I ,andsdownes, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered Muslins, V't I vets, Embroidered Batistes, lejssore Suitings, Embroidi ry Flouncings, (Iverall Embroidery < • r i1 ()verall Lace l.rn es and rnserl ions, Ribbons plain and fancy Latest Style I'M Its Lace Collars, Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Blaek T Pink, Blue, IIliotrope, and (In y SilkStockings •Men's White, Black, Grey I Navy Blue, Alice Blue.Helio, : and Green Silk St x ks vvitli Silk Tics to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk Para* Isiik. Silk Evening Scarves, Beautiful Handbags Handsome Japanese Gocds Genuine It ish Linens of all kinds. Lumber & Shingles. a Cargo from per schooner I IS I" receive) Ja< ksoni ille "Louise 1." i \i i] x to and i2 x 30, and also any other sizes id lumber required. Prices lo suit every body, -.150,000 Shingle* HI Slock, 24s. per tliousund and upward. CHAS.J. KELLY & BRO. %  B i c y c l e s for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. I RESH VEGETAULE ill DS ALSO LETTUCE AND RADISHES Throughout Winter Season. •\t H.KEMP, DeUncy Town Store. \V. \. to iTHEK UNDERTAKER D ESIRES in inform Irs ft ii and the Public that 1 e has just r. ri i i mplete outfit ol facilities fu tl e buisness ol an undei l*ker, M MI It places Inm in ;i posi tioi to carry out Funerals that maj he in' lUSted lo his rare \vn h system an.l despatch ; and respect fully si,iH ; s then patronage I ii I my Pi II es fji si ai ii piove t hat thi y are the very lowest for the lust ci iss work, NASSAU H\Ri.\l\ HOI 'fy ARE REl I.IYIW. I ins week from America n Fine and I. II ge is: luient of |URNII URE consisting of a large variety of R EED awl Wicker Rocfting Chain from 14s. stg. to aas. e,e n Also Rtl Slfctmt, ol r Ink Parlour Tables (mm 10. to 2 y I. idles, Gents, ^\^\ v hi Ids, Dflsks, Wardrobes, Sidebardi ai d BedSteads, 1'ilKe, uX WasilSt.liids. AI s.i Large shipment ol [oh Lots piy Go ids, I .allies and children's I la is, Mure pi's. San 1 1 HI y I hapei Cable Nankins, Matting, Rugi, I 'ilass'vaie, I'.nam'd Ware, Tinware, Notions, Picturet, and lots of uihei goods. A. I-. MOORE, Jany. 2 S111 ii ( i 1. Market St. ~~NOTh I. "T*HIS is to inform my Patrons 1 and the 1'uhln: in (ienernl that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specialty, All work done Mechanically. P. A. iluvler, May Street. Kasf (Wharf;



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*•* Nullivis a Ulictus turare in vcrba rr.aglstri. Heine, bound to swo.r to (lie Unfinias if no M.vstcr. VOL. VI. Nassau. N. P.i haliainas, Wednesday, Fcbtirary II. I l >l4 No. 5| LEON I DI ri ( u %  HI I K INU I' Hulk : OKKH i S 4* M UtKKT STBKK1 A.,au N. I'-, I *MAMAI n. i Cfi 73 if) £ < 0) M BLISHEI) U ML i l *f^Mr-V'''-. \ 'i-'inrsi'.iy ami fiiilay— %  |' •., %  • %  J'' 'r es lav !"n n'-il.i\ S-njjriai illicit f.i| \ .V... ... 4^ &o ithh ...IK 4'' Vi c tei iv %  r • hfkH Yea'rlv feai i ''I'XVAIU.IIN UJVANI i Advertitinfl Rates Six n |*i lii e f, ,t first insertion thiee • em e |ri In for second in>• %  !11<• i. .i id on* |ien*nv pel line f %  >r subsequent insert Advertisements undei eicht lines |S. St, \! itlhew's Bazaar, givei yesterday, in the Rectory and go unds, v.ia M e'l attended and sum ssful the net pi eds amounting '" I \ 5' ''" unique i''"' '*' ''" s [', ,/,\ ii A.Ithe Picture i >l eiy in w |.i h s watei colour painting b) II, i |xi ellem y Mrs.' %  B. Had Sn uli, | iting* in water colours ami oils by Mr. I lart I. Woodci rk, Hud paintings in oils I" Mr. I.. CHIIM it Dvpucli wi re exhibited. \t %  tWe Iwpei ial Tb< Mre this PveritYrg, among other Reels, will 1 % %  • I'IV'II the "Anirnnti d Weekly." Among "lie events shown in this will be The Revie i "f the Bo) Scouts, bv Majoi General Baden, Powell in Regent Park, London Rig Gun practice of ihe U S At. lantic Fleet, I nunching ol the l-'i'T .-Ii -ii|i[-.lr.-.-i„. Whit. field. Mr and Mrs D. C. Ogden. Mr gnd Mrs .\. II. Gaffes, Mr and M s Geo. Goodfelfow; Messrs I v Togue, R. E. McFag|art, Ri b lllo Stoiightnn, M. I.. Simmons, A. R. McN chol, and H. J l lari Mes lames Eut< rpe I hompson, and Ann e N Smith; Messrs |ames Rolle, Enis Willi ims, lohn Wild .. Hi %  Vt Gei>. •' mith, A fred H Clau.li I al tllia, I .. :. iwl in %  man Smith. M The Mad Steamer "Miami"' steamed foi Miami yesterday evening. ..* •| he p,di( r B md Conci rt will I u ii n i t< i\v I I Inn sda y : evi niriu nl 8: i s. on Lihiary iroun s. T-M Ml,-. ieign pei Sieamei "Segtnanca" w ill be clsi d on 1 iday 13th at 10 .1.111. Foreign |" r Mad Stean %  • Mi mii ill he cli s< d 1 n 1 hutsday i2'li ;it 2, and Saturday 14th. Interinsul ir fur I larb. I-. Sp nish Wells, fc leuthera, Andios, Ah 11 1 I xuma, Long Islund, Ragged Is. Und, I'm' 1 ins. nnd "1 rrj 1-1. u d • n P 1 iday ni 2 p, m. %  ft (Communii U BASE pAI IM md iy, Feb qili Brice st irted Ihe game for the Stars m he box ami lasted only erne inning, and Pe\ S'nck seat for i • I ur.is who In iiants l<> on J ,i lnts. In* pil's ere vis 1 I (eclive al|o A ing hut J SO • 1H1 hits gi\ ing 2 tiases. Bi ice \\ ahaiv [in 4 hits and 3 luns in one inning while I i I ui as suffered onlj i Ill's and 3 tuns in -| i nin| Webb, who served lor Ihe Giants, pitched professional ball foi linnings but met Ihe fatal 3rd p issing Lucas then Riling Ihe basi s, bi ii g in^ a nice mii.' om to Etts who sent the sphere to deep centei foi ^ bases. Old man Wallacsj failed to see Webb weakening and the Stars hammered him foi 8 runs in a single, 3rd inning Old man Wallace was still there v\ ill: an en i to help Webb nut. Bunn also show ed Giant class by hitting one tbb, I diver Qui 1 n, Struck out: Brice 1 Lui as, Webb, 1 To'iver 5. I'MBall: Brice 2, Lucas, 1 Webh 3, 1 ver 1. I'in ;nie-:Lilllg and Tin e he u (. C VBLE GRAMS Li ndon, ... 1 he 1 rl of I lerby ha• dei lined to sel Baron de Pores! Ins Booile Kstate in Ihe sul uibs of I iverpool, as al one liu e Bp| ai likely, on the gi d th it the Ii 1 on had willingly mis|ep e-rilled 'lit' 111 ins nt Ills i.' .' Recently in a i ontnbut ion t" the land 1 • 1 om 1 itti e's reI :• Baion de ForeM 1 ited ihe estate as striking example ol une.nned ue rement, I he property which was purchased in 17^4 for $35.00 he estimated to be now valued ai between $15,000,000and $20,00,1 in. 1. Lord Derby declared lb it the • s. limates wer, grossly excessive, and said he would sell to Baron de Foresl fo % %  ?7,v'"."""London, (> Ii is ue' generally ramembeied that King George, for the Prince "I Wales, as beneficiary of the estate ol the I lui by of Cornwall, 1the lai (laud u! one 1 f the worst slums m London. There is part nf Kenmngton, on the south side of the I names, inch belongs to the duchy, and consists of a maze "I tna 11 stn ets and alleys At the kings personal instigation, ihe committee which controls revenues of Ihe ddbhy has taken in hand the task of doing away with the conditions prevailing here, and the wbole a area will be sul jected to a cleansing pi< uress, One admirable feature in the kings reconstruction is the mix ime of classes which it involves London, 9.—On the eve of the re-assembling ol parliament I., j. Maxse, editor of the National Re. view, returns lo Lord Murray* con. nection with the Marconi share 1


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Publication Date: Wednesday, February 11, 1914
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Nullivis a Ulictus turare in vcrba rr.aglstri.
Heine, bound to swo.r to (lie Unfinias if no M.vstcr.
VOL. VI.
Nassau. N. P.i haliainas, Wednesday, Fcbtirary II. Il>l4
No. 5|
LEON I
di ri(u.
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OKKH i S 4* M UtKKT STBKK1
a.,- au N. I'-, i *mamai .
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'r es lav !"n n'-il.i\ S-njjriai
illicit f.i| \
.V- ... ... 4^
&o ithh ...ik4''
Vi c tei iv ...... r
hfkH Yea'rlv
feai i ''-
I'XVAIU.I- IN UJVANI i
Advertitinfl Rates Six n |*i lii e
f,,t first insertion thiee em e |ri In *
for second in>!11< i. .i id on* |ien*nv pel
line f >r subsequent insert
Advertisements undei eicht lines |S.
St, \! itlhew's Bazaar, givei yes-
terday, in the Rectory and go unds,
v.i- a m e'l attended and sum ssful
the net pi eds amounting
'" I \ 5- ''" unique i''"' '*' ''"s
[', ,/,\ ii a.i- the Picture i >l eiy in
w |.i h s watei colour painting b)
II, i |- xi ellem y Mrs.' . B. Had
Sn uli, |.....iting* in water colours
ami oils by Mr. I lart I. Woodci rk,
Hud paintings in oils I" Mr. I..
ChIIm it Dvpucli wi re exhibited.
\t tWe Iwpei ial Tb< Mre this
PveritYrg, among other Reels, will
1 i'iv'ii the "Anirnnti d Weekly."
Among "lie events shown in this
will be The Revie i "f the Bo)
Scouts, bv Majoi General Baden,
Powell in Regent Park, London
Rig Gun practice of ihe U S At.
lantic Fleet, I nunching ol the
l-'i'T .-Ii -ii|i[-.lr.-.-i r.iine"- 2 > An' i racing < n 11*- speedway, Loi -
don Kngland; Society ai Piping
Rock,
\\ Passengers pel Mail
"Miami" yesterday.
Misses M. Mahoay, N. <", fit/.
gibbon, I-'. s I-Hu.l. r, 1 M. N" -
ning, and Marjroie Mien; Me.
dsimtf L M. Stoughton, J. J. Cut-
\<\ Hannah Ailing, and C. Van
Ambure; Mr and Mis I 1 >. Whit.
field. Mr and Mrs D. C. Ogden. Mr
gnd Mrs .\. II. Gaffes, Mr and M s
Geo. Goodfelfow; Messrs I v.
Togue, R. E. McFag|art, Ri >b lllo
Stoiightnn, M. I.. Simmons, A. R.
McN chol, and H. J l lari
Mes lames Eut< rpe I hompson,
and Ann e N Smith; Messrs |ames
Rolle, Enis Willi ims, lohn Wild
.. Hi Vt Gei>. ' mith,
A fred H..... Clau.li I al tllia,
I .. :. iwl in man Smith.
M ______
The Mad Steamer "Miami"'
steamed foi Miami yesterday eve-
ning.
..*
| he p,di( r B md Conci rt will I
u ii n i t< i\v I I Inn sda y : evi n-
iriu nl 8: i s. on Lihiary iroun s.
T--
M Ml,-.
! ieign pei Sieamei "Segtnan-
ca" w ill be clsi d on 1 iday 13th
at 10 .1.111. Foreign |" r Mad Stean -
, Mi mii ill he cli s< d 1 n 1 huts-
day i2'li ;it 2, and Saturday 14th.
Interinsul ir fur I larb. I-. Sp nish
Wells, fc leuthera, Andios, Ah 11 1 .
I xuma, Long Islund, Ragged Is.
Und, I'm' 1 ins. nnd "1 rrj 1-1.u d n
P 1 iday ni 2 p, m.
ft
(Communii U '
BASE pAI I-
M md iy, Feb qili
Brice st irted Ihe game for the
Stars m he box ami lasted only
erne inning, and Pe\ S'nck seat for
i I ur.is who In iiants l<>
on J ,i lnts. In* pil's ere vis 1 I
(eclive al|o a ing hut j so 1H1 hits
gi\ ing 2 tiases. Bi ice \\ a- haiv
[in 4 hits and 3 luns in one inn-
ing while I i I ui as suffered onlj
i Ill's and 3 tuns in -| i nin| .
Webb, who served lor Ihe Giants,
pitched professional ball foi linn-
ings but met Ihe fatal 3rd p issing
Lucas then Riling Ihe basi s, bi ii g
in^ a nice mii.' om to Etts who
sent the sphere to deep centei foi
^ bases. Old man Wallacsj failed
to see Webb weakening and the
Stars hammered him foi 8 runs in
a single, 3rd inning Old man Wal-
lace was still there v\ ill: an en i
to help Webb nut. Bunn also show
ed Giant class by hitting one t fence fi.i 3 bags, PopToli\erweui
m to save the day and one caul
tell what would have happened ll
King Sol could have reigned a half
hour lenger tor lie had fanned ,5
men in 2 indingl and had 2 strikes
on Little ILddie Collins 0*.i)
win n Ihe r.. in c ime an sen led the
game with so ire 9 to 6 in the
^t,i s i,i\(m Queen 1 aught a fine
ga.ne.
e :
1 Stars 9.
Batteftes: Stars-sBi 1
and I IikI-i ii.
Giants: \>bb, I diver Qui 1 n,
Struck out: Brice 1 Lui as,
Webb, 1 To'iver 5.
I'm-...... Ball: Brice 2, Lucas, 1
Webh 3, 1 ver 1.
I'in ;nie-:- Lilllg and Tin e he u (.
C VBLEGRAMS
Li ndon, ... 1 he 1 rl of I lerby
ha dei lined to sel Baron de Por-
es! Ins Booile Kstate in Ihe sul -
uibs of I iverpool, as al one liu e
Bp| ai likely, on the gi......d
th it the Ii 1 on had willingly mis-
|ep e-rilled 'lit' 111 ins nt Ills i.' .'
Recently in a i ontnbut ion t"
the land 1 1 om 1 itti e's re-
I : Baion de ForeM 1 ited ihe es-
tate as striking example ol un-
e.nned ue rement, I he property
which was purchased in 17^4 for
$35.00 he estimated to be now
valued ai between $15,000,000and
$20,00,1 in. 1.
Lord Derby declared lb it the s.
limates wer, grossly excessive,
and said he would sell to Baron de
Foresl fo ?7,v'"."""-
London, (> Ii is ue' generally
ramembeied that King George, for
the Prince "I Wales, as beneficiary
of the estate ol the I lui by of Corn-
wall, 1- the lai (laud u! one 1 f the
worst slums m London. There is
part nf Kenmngton, on the south
side of the I names, inch belongs
to the duchy, and consists
of a maze "I tna 11 stn ets and
alleys
At the kings personal instigati-
on, ihe committee which controls
revenues of Ihe ddbhy has taken in
hand the task of doing away with
the conditions prevailing here, and
the wboleaarea will be sul jected to
a cleansing pi< uress,
One admirable feature in the
kings reconstruction is the mix
ime of classes which it involves
London, 9.On the eve of the
re-assembling ol parliament I., j.
Maxse, editor of the National Re.
view, returns lo Lord Murray* con.
nection with the Marconi share
1


I lit
I.
dealings in ,-i lone letter to the
MORNING POST.
Among othei things lie suggest;;
that tii'- house "f loi Is appoint ;i
select committee in examine Lord
Murray on ohth, and thus '"-^ure
him the temptation of making n
sp-ech withcut any moral sare
tion."
Ke'erring to Lord Murrays -1 ert 1 -
ings with the missing stoi k broker
Fenner, Mr. Maxse says that Lord
Murray's trusteeship of the lil
party's funds cost the piity be-
tween $3 ;o.o o and ? 200,000
through one broker alone, apart
from any losses on American Mar-
coni's.
London, 9.THE l>\II.Y EX-
PRESS iu an editorial on the an.
nmincemenl of the purchase of
'The Cowper Mi d inn 1," takes
ore ision to attack Lloyd George
for his financial measures, which it
alleges help towaid the deplel
of the nations art treasuies,
"I Ins export from England of
misterpices" it says, "is a growing
calamity and the teudencj 1 f Lloyd
Georgian finance and taxation will
not make it less so."
New York, ). News w. 1 n ceiv-
ed here yesterday that the
struction of the Cunard Aquitani .
at Clvdebank is proceeding so 1 ip.
idly that theCunard diiectors have
decided upon some of her comple-
ment!
She will be commanded by Cap-
tain Turner, R. \. R. who has
already turned over the c immand
of the Mauretania to Captain
Charles.
also felt the shock which was -
unprecedently severe that in sever-
.1 places tli -1 is nographs ei
put out 1 >f ciimmissi m.
One in in was killed at Ring,
harr.pton New York bj n cave-in
No serious damage 1- reported,
Toltio, IO. lie Lower house
n| the J ipanese I'arli iment y a
vote of 205 to i(>4 to-day rejected
1 resolution expre>sing lac' of con.
fidence in the g ivernment because
ol a na\ ndal grow ing out ol
g 111 >ns that lapai ese offi eis
had accepted bribe* from a Gei-
man firm,
A mob of 50,0'o angered by*p:ir
liamenta action rioted, fought the
police, aitacked the parliament
building pud attempted to de troj
newspaper office-. Many persons
weie injured an I 111 my Hi rests
made
Berlin, to. It is reported thai
the Hamburg \nwncan and North
German lines will come 1 an ami-
cable a greemenl on 1 lie inte wn
now iii progress.
Joh innisthal, 10 \viawr I leg.
ner a pupil of the flying
while making his first 1
flight in a in moplane to day 1 I-
d with a hi| lane Co t
Gerhard Seidi Imayei, an 1 11
I .1 Lim in and I.ieut, I.eimaid
of tl e (Jerman ai my as pai
I Il4 ari ideill or, 111 red alum1
f,. t 111 air. Degnei 1 :i! led
and the other two seri* nisi v mjur.
ed.
I.,, d m, 10 I he "usual cen -
monies attend Ih oj ig of par.
1 liament liv King I ie rge mid
r he new Cunarderii now expect- g Jarj .,, y_ Momerulefo.
iu'.
toa{
ed to arrive in the)Mersey on May
16th.
BY RADIO.
Closing Stock quotations
Amal. Copper
B. A: O.
Can. Pac.
Penna,
Re iding
St. Paul
Sou. Pac,
Union Pac. i6a|
U. S ">teel 65I
New York Central s.,*
London, 10. Thomas Hardy,
the novelist and poet, was mar-
ried today to Mi's Florence Dug-
dale, Ins secretary.
Host.mi, to Fire tod y lei I roy.
ed the Si cond Universa si Church,
loss ab mt one hundre I thousand
dollars.
Stockholm, to.-Over theagita-
lion of n itiooal armament the
cabinet resigned today.
Nl v Y' :., In. P. irtlupi ,|[P
shocks of twenty second* duration,'
and so violent in some places at to
rock buildings andstopclocks, was
felt all oval New York State from
huffalo to Brooklyn at 1:30 this
afternoon.
Massachusetts and Connecti-
cut and other places outside of
New York State including Canada
frelai d is to om up I ft tle-
ment this session.
V Yi ill;. I". \i ISS il 1
V inderbilt. the fiftee 1 yeai old
daughter of C a ne| ius Vandi 1
Who w.is operated 11 1 lor Bppen-
I, -its \ esterday was lesting quiet
IV tO 1] l\ .
IMPERIAL.
THF.ATRE
Wednesday Feb. 11
4 REELS INCLUDING
ANIMATED WEEKLY
FULL OF l\"l EREST1NG
EVENTS
6d. (}d. is.
Wr. would i.iform all who appreciate a Gcod Smoke that we now
have on h .lid an \tensive Stock of II \\ \\A I Hi \K'S. We
guarantee our brand to he made of the finest Havana .mid Sumatre
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises \>\ skilled workmen
and great pa ns ire taken to produi e an article of superioi quality.
I ii success we have met with in the past leads u ot fi lently to expect
the pationage of connoiseurs.
|. L. SALMPEBS A Co.
Bay Street.
ANNA E.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
''Au Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGF. ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LAI>II S Dn ss (ioiids, in
Lusl n -, Serges, Ratines
white and Coloured Cor-
dings, Crepes, Cn pons, M
quist ttes, Bengalines, I ,ands-
downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslins, V't I vets,
Embroidered Batistes, lejs-
sore Suitings, Embroidi ry
Flouncings, (Iverall Embroi-
dery < r i1 ()verall Lace
l.rn es and rnserl ions, Rib-
bons plain and fancy Latest
Style I'm Its Lace Collars,
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, BlaekTPink,
Blue, II- liotrope, and (In y
Silk- Stockings
Men's White, Black, Grey
I Navy Blue, Alice Blue.Helio,
: and Green Silk St x ks vvitli
' Silk Tics to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para*
Isiik. Silk Evening Scarves,
Beautiful Handbags
Handsome Japanese Gocds
Genuine It ish Linens of all
kinds.
Lumber & Shingles.
a Cargo from
per schooner
IIS I" receive)
Ja< ksoni ille
"Louise 1."
i \i i] x to and i2 x 30, and also
any other sizes id lumber required.
Prices lo suit every body,
-.150,000 Shingle* hi Slock, 24s.
per tliousund and upward.
CHAS.J. KELLY & BRO.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
I RESH VEGETAULE ill DS
ALSO
LETTUCE AND RADISHES
Throughout Winter Season.
\t H.KEMP,
DeUncy Town Store.
\V. \. to iTHEK
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES in inform Irs ft ii
and the Public that 1 e has
just r. ri i i mplete outfit ol
facilities fu tl e buisness ol an un-
dei l*ker, m Mi It places Inm in ;i
posi tioi to carry out Funerals that
maj he in' lUSted lo his rare \vn h
system an.l despatch ; and respect
fully si,iH ; s then patronage I ii I
my Pi ii es fji si ai ii piove t hat thi y
are the very lowest for the lust ci iss
work,
NASSAU H\Ri.\l\ HOI 'fy
ARE REl I.IYIW.
I ins week from America n Fine
and I. ii ge is- : luient of |- URNI-
I URE consisting of a large variety
of
REED awl Wicker Rocfting
Chain from 14s. stg. to aas.
e,e n Also Rtl Slfctmt, ol r Ink
Parlour Tables (mm 10. to 2 y
I. idles, Gents, ^\^\ v hi Ids, Dflsks,
Wardrobes, Sidebardi ai d Bed-
Steads, 1'ilKe, uX WasilSt.liids.
AI s.i
Large shipment ol [oh Lots piy
Go ids, I .allies and children's I la is,
Mure pi's. San 11 hi y I hapei,
Cable Nankins, Matting, Rugi,
I 'ilass'vaie, I'.nam'd Ware,
Tinware, Notions, Picturet, and
lots of uihei goods.
A. I-. MOORE,
Jany. 2 S111 ii(i 1. Market St.
~~NOTh I.
"T*HIS is to inform my Patrons
1 and the 1'uhln: in (ienernl
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specialty, All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. iluvler,
May Street. Kasf (Wharf;


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