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I I.I' "Dnilv Mail" R novel plan for setlliug Hi.Ulstei problem. He is firml) ol ihe opinion thai '' pissage ..l die home rule bill is ii si mils will lead lo serious riots, perhaps to civil war, in U-ter, ,in.| to avert such a disaster he proposes th .1 ii,,. Ulster Unionists should accept the hill on three conditions ; First ; That a clause be inserted enabling a plebiscite after a certain number of years to decide whether any section ol Ulstei desires to continue subject lo the Irish parliament. Second ; Thai Both sections of Irishmen be united to suggest to the government any a ner.dments which can be incorporated in the bill bv conent. Thiid; That the Ulster volunteers have an opportunity to be"" >rganized as a territorial force, with the double object of adding a valuable body Lo the n.i tional defense and preserving intact for the Ulster Unionists an u|. timate safeguard upon which they can rely for the preservation ol their liberties. BY RADIO. February 131I, 1014 New York, 12. — IKstuck ex. '•lunge, all banks and financial markets were doted today in honour of Lincolns birthday, American securities were strong in London. Tokio, la.—The budget containing an appropriation of sixty two million dollars for expansion pf the navy dui inn t"" next live years was adjusted by the house ol represents] ves toila y. IVkin, is,—In leturn for important oil concessions the Standard (Oil Company has made a loan lo the Chines government. 1'ittsfi-id, Mass, 13.—Two earth quake shocks were felt here this morning, one at four >' clock and the othei at 4:45 ,1,111. London, is, -A bomb which failed to explode was found on a window sill of the hone ol Arthur Chamberlain near Highbury today The iioinb was placed there by suffi igettes and with it was H card addrested to Home Secret 1 McKenn 1 md reading ".Militancy is not d.ad and if you ale not killed \.'ii will soon be." I he walls, only, were left of anothei building in the 1 one \ niiy which was sel afi 1 Irsgelles arson squ I Lisbon, 1 2 -h •• 1staled here today that I e iiel will luggest in pai him. nt tomoi row a lull granting general amnesty to all political prisoners excepting those accused of felonies. \.-.\ Voik. it,— This was (In coldest Lincolns Birthday ii) 4j years. The official mercury stayed around y degreOI all day while the itreel thermometers registered two! degrees colder, 1 The cold which is eei ei• %  I till, Ugl.l iH New Yolk Mate blew 11 here dining the night on the wings of an icy Noithwest wind, New Voik. 12 — I he ite oie .iulfoil which lefi I! .s p in v> -ier. .lav lor Port Arthur I x is \ lessee! Ui Iiv lliat she h ..I picki d up a fishing do, v c>ni.1 wmj b 1 • sepii RoguH >>f Boston, who w s unconscious and nearly frozen in the bottom ol th" Ii'.' Ne V'ork 13.Thhist w r communication betw 1 11 the I'm ted States and iy ill dii eci 1 11 is look 1 estei lay be I w een the IVIe un 11 station at \'auen( i>-. m 1 IJ 1 It m a' Savville, I. %  j Island, N Vork. Lumber & Shingles. f US I' received H .1 co from J.K ksi.uv iile ).• 1 '.-I nn ".Louise" F." 1 [. 1! x to-aml i-' x jo, mid ;i %  ant 'ii.e. -I/.'of I'Miii" 1 1. quin il Prices to suit eA ei v li.,l\. 350,000 Shingles in stock, .'4s pei 11.,>uSf'in< I iinl 1 pw ird, 1 II \S.J. KELLY & BR< 1. FRESH VEGETABLE 8EELH \L>0 LETTUC E AND RADISHES Throughout Wimei Season. At II. KEMP, I lelancv I n Store, w 71 would i.iform all who appreciate n G od Smoke that we r %  have on ti.nd an exiensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS We guarantee our binnd to he made of the finest Havana and Sumatra VYiuppers, ami Havana I'rHers throughout I le si> Cigars are manufactured on oui premises l.\ skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an arti le nf superioi quality, The success we have mel with in the | a*i I.ads us ronfidently toexpect the patronage of connoiseurs |. L. SAl'NDE RS A Co H.i\ Streel, \ \.SS\U B\RG\IN HOI S \RK RlI IVI.N'G I his w eek fn-ni Vint-i ica 1 Fine and Large iiswn tmeiii "I Fl 'R.V I. I I RE consisting of a large vauely of R l I'D .md Wicker Rocking ("hairs from 144|g, to \I-. mi i--i 1, o| 1 1,1, Pa 1 lour I ribles fioin |< is, io I. ulies, Gi His, and I hi UK, I lesk-, VVn idiobes, Mi leha rils .,1 .1 I Steads, 1'iilie. ux \Y VI La 1 ge ship neni Lots D. v 1 1 1 %  I*, Ladies and 1 hi I > In n't I lals, More PCS, s> 1 nl.irv I )i;i; I able Napkins, Vlattm ', Rugs, Glas>>vare, n mi d VV linw are, \ nuns, I'M lures, mid lots ui nthei goods, \ I MOORE, I my. 28 Ii, 191 t. Maikei St, Notice. A LL persons are hereby orden '1 by the R iard "f I'.. iltb tu have their yards and ID'S thoroughly .leaned, nr.'l to have all rubbish, old cans bot : les, etc removed therefrom, before Iebruary 281I1, 191 1. \ timulations ..I rubbish placi .I al the sides of streets under t his in tier, w ill be rem< >\ ed at the I'u'o; expense until the date nn ntioned ; bul after that date, \ 1/. : |., bruai v 28th, all I ersons who have fa ilcd li 1 urnpl\ with tins order, will be com> 1 pelled t" remove their accumulate HIS to the (Jumping ground at llii ir i>\ n expi use, and will i in addition, be liable to prose. < lit 1 %  MI. I'.\ ordei if the Board of I lealth I V.MKS M. KNOWLKS, Clerk to the Hoard. 28th Januar) 191 1 CONTINUATION ui \ P. Feby, 2 nil 1 Special Bargains "( VI I. liMtLY" A RMOURS "Best Mar" HAMS Selling at 20 ( ent per lb Pone'ess HJHI al jo rent per It Rnlogna Satunge al joceni per lb AT THE ROYAL STORE. .1. I.. SAUNDERS & Co S VV Bill, Mr. F. -. Powell the phot og 1 1 p! %  %  is in 111 1 a k MI u I'tlJ ilp-l' -dHe pic. IlireS as iieel. .hie. Iill.it i.'.ilU so Frank '-. < Mi yei! lit Fiank, I s\ 111 go I sie him 1 his da> and have mine \u ken, I '.ill vv In re Call I liml lion Ii; nk Gil In his I v a fe : v .nds be low Goverumenl House western Kale, 1 e, 011 Blue Dill Road IIi.d.es 1 hem all sizes and Ins prices • ne pretty reas hie. I hanks vei v much. (ii .od bye Bill ( d-hye I rank I I one .11 ""mla' 9 to 11 a, n. : I to 5 p in. e\ erv d iy. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. \i E A I. Bargains w AGAIN IN ROOTS AND SHOES. II. 1.1 VMS I ill-. SHOP \l VN Mas jn-t received a lai ge consignment of It.mis and Shoes most 11 win. 11 .ne SXMPl.E I "IN ol 1. 2 and i pairs of a In .Old .ill. I s| \ le III nil 1/s vvhe 1 are being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: In nianv instances I he discount is not le-s than ro pei ci nt on 1 he REGULAR PRK F.S (a 11 to d-iv and convmi e > our sell dial this is another lot of those KXC ptll Hill I P.I I 'J.i Ins w IITII is eve v now and then ofj d nt VYII II VMS' WHOLES\LE \\'i RETAII •siI'd I si \I|| hHMENT. -77 -7 '•• Pay.tieet, ^PTUS SELL'S MILK s.iW I" H 5 ^ o 1LLP s Si n f. H F IY ^ \ '"'PARED BY .„ Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street.



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(0 o VI u p Nullivis addicttis |urre in verba maestri. Beir\(> bound to swear to the Dogmas f no Master VOUL. \|. i \M\ h I'l I'l III. EDITOR M l'*..pK.ti K Ol' ii i S ,, \| \ |{KKT STKKKT Mas .in X. i'.. i vi *M-. ,11 '' i M; r. hi.Hill II l) \i| Y M %  \ % %  11 ..i ,.II.' Fii i %  %  • %  • ..." j' I 8 I'll . S..tn|.'.H -•unliti ... ill %  \" %  • ^ i -1 In.illih ...i4d '' %  I* ... ... IS. Hal' V v Vi'.|l V I''' > Y \ nil IV \ lit S'('K. \ %  il isitic Ralet Six r %  %  i| ri In r fm tii -i insertion three i em e |.ei In r '"I .•'!' 'inl I — r 11 %  i : .In I ..ill' | \ | i line I i subsequent iusertii m \ i %  11 i eots uti'let I line* 45. Tin' K'l'v I" r, Hul I, "-iiui" i II i I the \i r i: ic in lli :ini Ii nl 'h • rii 1 t V ill "l Jolt 11 tllf I'.V III if—1 ISI, is %  uesl nf tin' I %  I I'I liop ii \I|I|III .M.m I I < uisr-. I'i. Cull s ml M %  %  %  11 Si, A nes "ii \V< lm ;iiid is expected lo l' here nil ilut. nl .I'll!. I |e ii Jil-t lii'lli I In' SI pieiv x 11' II se at Lniie I own, •>. Afiica. I In* Mail learner "Segnranc i" nriived from Santiago 'If i uha v I'sii % %  day mi II "in ;iriil pi • <*ei tf• <1 in "-niii U Wesi I' <\ ; will st. ;uii fm \k' 'I'II K I'ns evening with til.fn Ion ri %  |i,iss,.|i _'..|, ; >|st I I'.l I.L'l'l I I .1 I I lr H 1 Mt.ses |, I'. Ilelvar, MI l I, \l. MinniK; M---\\ \ p.iver, and M I. Nnghten. Mi'-STs J.'llll Tllll's .lll'l I € til II Meyei. (7) if Th Imperi il I in nl ie is giving 1i> lliglli 11 Mil |..\ri I li'lll U'i'i'ls ,,. usual, \1111• 11.' these lire lite \m mated Weekly" .mil "Mother." In tin' hr-t, among the rritinv very good iii MIS is i MI toon ili.iw nig bv \ erica's grenl ( urtoonisi M yei (new i I In* Intiei is a beautiinl picture Hl'l Should lit lm ii .is-i'il ,1 Ion I louse of ,\ssciiiiil\ I lirs.|,i\ I'.li. |o, |.,| | (Conl tuned) Mi. Moore presented %  petition from certain inhabitant! nl i tunini praying for n (nut to • i %  > |•• -n a channel. N vssau. V P., Bahamas. t rulny. Feburary 15.1914 No 5^ Mr, I liiismi presented n petii HI from Mr i '..ii-t.iin 11, [.owe pr.iyI '"I i'l '. IInn Ml In; l'\|'.'l|-'--, incurred in (ravelling fro n l„l giving • vidi ce in iveslig ii iii" Warehouse. "' 'HI'i l'.\.l i I lll'tlg ( )|ii''T. Nil I'. >w n presented %  > || nl '11• *pheie nl duties of th Medi. cil Officei .it hai hour Island was 11 lei red to tlie following select com iitei \li —is ( i amblin Alliiuv, Pindei, |", Culmei ml \imIn i-U'i and His K xcelleu v Hie t lov. einuis Wessage So, ii relative In Hi" appoiulnient of a sofcial Vfetli. .-.il t Mli'i'i f Long Caj 11 -nut \\ i r ed I • the mnie committee ( ) n M"tii nl "i Mr, Sands H..E* cellency the Gwvernoi'a Me* N'n 7. relative to the insurance mi specie conveyed to llie Out lelnu h was referted to the following tel.'ii committee: Mr—;-. Sands, I'n ice and S iwyei l i mo mi >il inr. I Ms i i tin' ( .ii i.\ iiiji Ii • cun in it > .'I' was nsi lera ti" I'I I'anff Act, Messrs. John son, Vlb t. Cole, Dr. S veetiog, A dd : i and I'i Johnson. I Ii fi .1. nit in^ c'ipy "f n letter of syuipithv tu the Hon. Harcourt 1 1 M Icoliii, K.t ., has been -''nt 10 us from Ii irj I iwn Eleuthe. ra : irj I'ovvn, I'.li'ii. I 6th, : ii |. Ih'l lonoui i Iii' 11.in mil i Malcolm 11 • n Su We, tin' undersigned, a parl ymii (."ii-' IMICIII -\. beg must re. i fully t" lem Ier to j ou oui ear. n %  s) ni|i i ihy in youi lalfc be. re Minin, and ti u-t lhal you may le :eive comfort and help fiom ll'ni who is ever ready to impart |he si nn'. I lelieve us to be 'i n n sincere sympathisers DWIII. ROHKKIS, I P. lil.U Ml LEWIS, M I. |i \Y, I \-s. II. SMI I'll. II (i. Illtii IS. II. W. PYTROM. I.ENKY VV>OD. C VBI I %  • %  (RAMS l-ebtuary i jth, 1914. I,.I i'I. MI, ii,\\ n \] ireoni has furiushi 'i anothei illustration of the facility with winch modern s i-iii'i' . in |,ei lm 111 (cits snip.is'. ing those ol the legendary magicians nl the middle ages, I le announces tii it he c in li^'lit a lamp by >v ire less power at a disi nice HI six miles, I he bulb ol rtie lamp is ,iitached to a wire less receiver, which is connected :n IN tin 11 with a receiving aerial wire, 111 1 lie experiment in ques 11 "i 1 '' 1 -is.'iii! i n was Inilvi'il up with -i liuudritd lit irsipowei d\ an in '. \si. HI is the powei \\as applied 1 he bulb -i\ miles away w s lighted .ml reni.urn il nl ight as long as the pow ei v 11 kept on. London, 1 1. Sit I luia t I'IIMIkett, noted foi Ins advocacy ol ng ncultural co.operation and lech. in il education, whose opinion in Irish matters carries (treat weight with all paitiei outline! In the \ I' i


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Publication Date: Friday, February 13, 1914
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Nullivis addicttis |urre in verba maestri.
Beir\(> bound to swear to the Dogmas f no Master
VOUL. \|.
i \m\ h
I'l I'l III.
Editor m l'*..pK.ti k
Ol' ii i S ,, \| \ |{KKT STKKKT
Mas .in X. i'.. i vi*m-.
,11 '' i m;
r. hi.Hill II l) \i| Y
M ..... \ 11 ..i ,.ii.' Fii i
..... ..." j'
I 8 I'll S..tn|.'.H --
unlit- i ... ill
\" .......^ i -1
In.illih ...i- 4d
' '' I* ... ... IS.
Hal' V.....v
Vi'.|l V I'-
'' > Y \ nil IV \ lit S'('K.
\ il isitic Ralet Six r i- | ri In r
fm tii -i insertion three i em e |.ei In r
'"I .'!' 'inl I r 11 i : .In I ..ill' |.....\ | i
line I i subsequent iusertii m
\ i 11 i eots uti'let I line* 45.
Tin' K'l'v I" r, Hul I, "-iiui" i ii i I
the \iri- : ic in lli :ini Ii nl 'h rii1.
t V ill "l Jolt 11 tllf I'.V III if1 ISI, is
uesl nf tin' I." I I'iliop ii
\i|i|iii .M.m I I < uisr-. I'i. Cull s ml
M ' 11 Si, A nes "ii \V< lm
;iiid is expected lo l' here nil ilut.
nl .I'll!. I |e ii Jil-t lii'lli I In' Si -
pieiv x 11' iise at Lniie I own, >.
Afiica.
I In* Mail learner "Segnranc i"
nriived from Santiago 'If i uha
v I'sii day mi ii "in ;iriil pi <*ei tf <1
in "-niiiU Wesi I' <\ ; will st. ;uii
fm \- k' 'I'ii K I'ns evening with
til.- fn Ion ri |i,iss,.|i _'..|, ;
>|st I I'.l I.L'l'l I I .1 I I lr H 1 ,
Mt.ses |, I'. Ilelvar, mi l I, \l.
MinniK; M---- \\ \ p.iver, and
M I. Nnghten.
Mi'-STs J.'llll Tllll's .lll'l I til II
Meyei. (7)
if
Th Imperi il I in nl ie is giving
1i> lliglli 11 Mil |..\ri I li'lll U'i'i'ls ,,.
usual, \1111 11.' these lire lite \m
mated Weekly" .mil "Mother." In
tin' hr-t, among the rritinv very
good iii mis is i mi toon ili.iw nig bv
\ erica's grenl ( urtoonisi M yei
(new i I In* Intiei is a beautiinl
picture Hl'l Should lit lm ii .is-i'il
,1 Ion I louse of ,\ssciiiiil\,
I lirs.|,i\ I'.li. |o, |.,| |
(Conl tuned)
Mi. Moore presented petition
from certain inhabitant! nl i tunini
praying for n (nut to i > | -n a
channel.
N vssau. V P., Bahamas. t rulny. Feburary 15.1914
No 5^
Mr, I liiismi presented n petii hi
from Mr i '..ii-t.iin 11, [.owe pr.iy-
I '"I i'l '. II- nn Ml In; l'\|'.'l|-'--,
incurred in (ravelling fro n l lo t'i up his position .is
I .mi ill Clei l< in (he I' .- lm .
M |olinsiin ;i ... leiitiun
'-I W ', ,\l vnng
lm reimbu en n in sum ol
' ..i -. |i '.,., ,.,.. in.
iired in c iniutny i VJnssoj for
iii puipose >l giving vidi ce in
iveslig ii ..... iii" Warehouse.
' "' 'HI'i l'.\.l i I lll'tlg ( )|ii''T.
Nil I'. >w n presented > | from I si'p i An !''i-u i, retired con-
praying for an in ise of
pension,
Mr. Ituwen presented a petition
from (jeti, (ir.ih.on, retired cou.
e, |n.i\ nig I r .i.i increase ol
pi n-mi
Mi. i',i.w.'ii presented ,i petition
Ii i Ji ilm \-i w i nl. i in mi .. in-
stable, praying foi hii increase nl
pension.
Mr, I. W, Y ui'i-; presented .i
p' I il I".i Ii' i II Cd '.i 111 Mill ilnt.nils
"I l'"\ hill prat ing fui mint In
I'll I 'I 'W II ,i I .
0 i M iii.ii. .,1 \|i. sands His Ex.
i elleni y I lie 11 \ -i i '' s \| s
No \ I .-I i'l I 11 _; I i ..il III in I il uflj
ucc i"i iiii iii v i- lefeired li Ihe
lollowiiiji select 'in hi i lee : Mess is
11 imbliii, Weei Ii, i hi v. livans,
M lie, nl-- in I \i u'H i-ier,
1 in Motion ..I Mi Sands I hs Kx-
< llency I lim rnor's v I
No, 4 icl.il |\'.' to ( he .Ippl ir 11 ! ill of
Mr. |. I 11 i;,,,, ,. i Cleric in
tli- Colonlnl Secret n\ s i ;i -,
foi ii i i ire .si- ul -11 ii \. w.is 11-.
ferred lo the follow n l: cim-
iii11' : \li'--i -. S .ti'l-, l'"iwrii ,u.(l
William*.
(in Motion of Mi. Saudi His l.\-
. ncy tin- < Joveiimh' Mess
\n. 5 recomitietidinu llieexifti lm>|
nl '11 *pheie nl duties of th Medi.
cil Officei .it hai hour Island was
11 lei red to tlie following select
com iitei \li is (iamblin Al-
liiuv, Pindei, |", Culmei ml \im-
In i-U'i and His K xcelleu v Hie t lov.
einuis Wessage So, ii relative In
Hi" appoiulnient of a sofcial Vfetli.
.-.il t Mli'i'i f Long Caj 11 -nut
\\ i '.....red I the mnie committee
()n M"tii nl "i Mr, Sands H..E*
cellency the Gwvernoi'a Me*
N'n 7. relative to the insurance mi
specie conveyed to llie Out lelnu h
was referted to the following te-
l.'ii committee: Mr;-. Sands,
I'n ice and S iwyei
' l i mo mi >il inr. I Ms i i tin'
( .ii i.\ iiiji Ii cun in it > .'I' was
nsi lera
ti" i'i I'anff Act, Messrs. John
son, Vlb t. Cole, Dr. S veetiog,
, A dd : i
and I'i Johnson.
I Ii fi .1. nit in^ c'ipy "f n letter
of syuipithv tu the Hon. Harcourt
11. M Icoliii, K.t'., has been -''nt
10 us from Ii irj I. iwn Eleuthe.
ra :
. irj I'ovvn, I'.li'ii.
I 6th, : ii |.
Ih'l lonoui i Iii' 11.in mil i Malcolm
11 n Su
We, tin' undersigned, a parl
ymii (."ii-' imiciii -\. beg must re.
i fully t" lem Ier to j ou oui ear.
n s) ni|i iihy in youi lalfc be.
re Minin, and ti u-t lhal you may
le :eive comfort and help fiom
ll'ni who is ever ready to impart
|he si nn'.
I lelieve us to be
'i.nn sincere sympathisers
DWIII. ROHKKIS, I P.
lil.U Ml LEWIS, m I. |i \Y,
I \-s. II. SMI I'll.
II (i. Illtii IS.
II. W. PYTROM.
I.ENKY VV- >OD.
C VBI I (RAMS
l-ebtuary i jth, 1914.
I,.I i'I.mi, ii,- \\ n \] ireoni has
furiushi 'i anothei illustration of
the facility with winch modern
s i-iii'i'..in |,ei lm 111 (cits snip.is'.
ing those ol the legendary magi-
cians nl the middle ages,
I le announces tii it he c in li^'lit
a lamp by >v ire less power at a
disi nice hi six miles, I he bulb
ol rtie lamp is ,iitached to a wire
less receiver, which is connected
:n in tin 11 with a receiving aerial
wire, 111 1 lie experiment in ques
11 "i 1 '' 1 -is.'iii!in was Inilvi'il up
with -i liuudritd lit irsi- powei d\ an
in '. \- si.hi is the powei \\as
applied 1 he bulb -i\ miles away
w s lighted .ml reni.urn il nl ight
as long as the pow ei v 11 kept on.
London, 1 1. Sit I luia t I'Iimi-
kett, noted foi Ins advocacy ol ng
ncultural co.operation and lech.
in il education, whose opinion in
Irish matters carries (treat weight
with all paitiei outline! In the
\
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"Dnilv Mail" r novel plan for set-
lliug Hi.- Ulstei problem.
He is firml) ol ihe opinion thai
" '' pissage ..l die home rule bill
is ii si mils will lead lo serious
riots, perhaps to civil war, in U--
ter, ,in.| to avert such a disaster he
proposes th .1 ii,,. Ulster Unionists
should accept the hill on three
conditions ;
First ; That a clause be inserted
enabling a plebiscite after a cer-
tain number of years to decide
whether any section ol Ulstei de-
sires to continue subject lo the
Irish parliament.
Second ; Thai Both sections of
Irishmen be united to suggest to
the government any a ner.dments
which can be incorporated in the
bill bv conent.
Thiid; That the Ulster volun-
teers have an opportunity to be-
"".....>rganized as a territorial
force, with the double object of
adding a valuable body Lo the n.i
tional defense and preserving in-
tact for the Ulster Unionists an u|.
timate safeguard upon which they
can rely for the preservation ol
their liberties.
BY RADIO.
February 131I, 1014
New York, 12. ik- stuck ex.
'lunge, all banks and financial
markets were doted today in hon-
our of Lincolns birthday, Ameri-
can securities were strong in Lon-
don.
Tokio, la.The budget con-
taining an appropriation of sixty
two million dollars for expansion
pf the navy dui inn t"" next live
years was adjusted by the house ol
represents] ves toila y.
IVkin, is,In leturn for im-
portant oil concessions the Stan-
dard (Oil Company has made a
loan lo the Chines government.
1'ittsfi-id, Mass, 13.Two earth
quake shocks were felt here this
morning, one at four >' clock and
the othei at 4:45 ,1,111.
London, is, -A bomb which
failed to explode was found on a
window sill of the hone ol Arthur
Chamberlain near Highbury to-
day The iioinb was placed there
by suffi igettes and with it was h
card addrested to Home Secret 1
McKenn 1 md reading ".Militancy
is not d.ad and if you ale not kill-
ed \.'ii will soon be."
I he walls, only, were left of
anothei building in the 1 one \
niiy which was sel afi 1
Irsgelles arson squ I
Lisbon, 12. -h 1- staled here
today that I e iiel will
luggest in pai him. nt tomoi row a
lull granting general amnesty to
all political prisoners excepting
those accused of felonies.
\.-.\ Voik. it, This was (In
coldest Lincolns Birthday ii) 4j
years. The official mercury stayed
around y degreOI all day while the
itreel thermometers registered two!
degrees colder, 1
The cold which is eei ei I
till, Ugl.l iH New Yolk Mate blew
11 here dining the night on the
wings of an icy Noithwest wind,
New Voik. 12 I he ite oie
.iulfoil which lefi I! .sp in v> -ier.
.lav lor Port Arthur I x is \
lessee! Ui Iiv lliat she h ..I picki d
up a fishing do, v c>ni.1 wmj b 1
sepii RoguH >>f Boston, who w 's
unconscious and nearly frozen in
the bottom ol th" Ii'.'
Ne V'ork 13.- Th- hist w r
communication betw 1 11 the I'm
ted States and ......iy ill
dii eci 1 11 is look 1 estei lay be
I w een the IVIe un 11 station at
\'auen( i>-. m 1 ij 1 It
m a' Savville, I. j Island,
N Vork.
Lumber & Shingles.
fUS I' received h .1 co from
J.k ksi.uv iile ). 1 '.-I.....nn
".Louise" F."
1 [. 1! x to-aml i-' x jo, mid ;i
ant 'ii.e. -I/.'- of I'Miii" 1 1. quin il
Prices to suit eA ei v li.,l\.
350,000 Shingles in stock, .'4s
pei 11.,>uSf'in< I iinl 1 pw ird,
1 II \S.J. KELLY & BR< 1.
FRESH VEGETABLE 8EELH
\L>0
LETTUC E AND RADISHES
Throughout Wimei Season.
At II. KEMP,
I lelancv I n Store,
w
71 would i.iform all who appreciate n G od Smoke that we r
have on ti.nd an exiensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS We
guarantee our binnd to he made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
VYiuppers, ami Havana I'rHers throughout
I le si> Cigars are manufactured on oui premises l.\ skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an arti le nf superioi quality,
The success we have mel with in the | a*i I.ads us ronfidently toexpect
the patronage of connoiseurs
|. L. SAl'NDE RS A Co
H.i\ Streel,
\ \.SS\U B\RG\IN HOI S
\RK Rl- I IVI.N'G
I his w eek fn-ni Vint-i ica 1 Fine
and Large iiswn tmeiii "I Fl 'R.V I.
I I RE consisting of a large vauely
of
Rl I'D .md Wicker Rocking
("hairs from 14- 4|g, to
. \I-. mi i--i 1, o| 1 1,1,
Pa 1 lour I ribles fioin |< is, io
I. ulies, Gi His, and I hi UK, I lesk-,
VVn idiobes, Mi leha rils .,1 .1 I
Steads, 1'iilie. ux \Y .
VI
La 1 ge ship neni Lots D. v
1 1 1 I*, Ladies and 1 hi I > In n't I lals,
More PCS, s> 1 nl.irv I )i;i;
I able Napkins, Vlattm,', Rugs,
Glas>>vare, n mi d VV
linw are, \ nuns, I'm lures, mid
lots ui nthei goods,
\ I MOORE,
I my. 28 Ii, 191 t. Maikei St,
Notice.
ALL persons are hereby or-
den '1 by the R iard "f
I'.. iltb tu have their yards and
Id's thoroughly .leaned, nr.'l to
have all rubbish, old cans bot -
: les, etc removed therefrom,
before I- ebruary 281I1, 191 1.
\ timulations ..I rubbish pla-
ci .I al the sides of streets under
t his in tier, w ill be rem< >\ ed at
the I'u'o; expense until the
date nn ntioned ; bul after that
date, \ 1/. : |., bruai v 28th, all
I ersons who have fa ilcd li 1 urn-
pl\ with tins order, will be com>
1 pelled t" remove their accumu-
late his to the (Jumping ground
at llii ir i>\ n expi use, and will
i in addition, be liable to prose.
< lit 1 mi.
I'.\ ordei if the Board of I lealth
I V.MKS M. KNOWLKS,
Clerk to the Hoard.
28th Januar) 191 1
CONTINUATION
ui \ P.
Feby, 2 nil 1
Special Bargains
"( VI I. liMtLY"
ARMOURS "Best Mar"
HAMS
Selling at 20 ( ent per lb
Pone'ess Hjhi al jo rent per It
Rnlogna Satunge al joceni per lb
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
.1. I.. SAUNDERS & Co
SVV Bill, Mr. F. -. Powell the
phot og 1 1 p! . is in 111 1 a k mi u
I'tlJ ilp-l' -dHe pic.
IlireS as iieel. .hie.
I- ill.it i.'.ilU so Frank '-. < Mi yei!
lit Fiank, I s\ 111 go.....I sie
him 1 his da> and have mine \u ken,
I '.ill vv In re Call I liml lion Ii; nk '
Gil In his I.....v a fe : v .nds be
low Goverumenl House western
Kale, 1 e, 011 Blue Dill Road II-
i.d.es 1 hem all sizes and Ins prices
ne pretty reas......hie. I hanks
vei v much. (ii .od bye Bill !
(.....d-hye I rank I
I one .11 ""mla' .
9 to 11 a, n. : I to 5 p in. e\ erv
d iy.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
\i E A I.
Bargains
w
AGAIN
IN ROOTS AND SHOES.
II.1.1 VMS
I ill-. SHOP \l VN
Mas jn-t received a
lai ge consignment of
It.mis and Shoes most
. 11 win. 11 .ne
SXMPl.E I "In
ol 1. 2 and i pairs of a
In .Old .ill. I s| \ le III nil 1/s
vvhe 1 are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In nianv instances I he discount is
not le-s than
ro pei ci nt on 1 he
REGULAR PRK F.S
(a 11 to d-iv and convmi e > our
sell dial this is another lot of
those KXC ptll Hill I P.I I 'J.i Ins
w Iitii is eve v now and then
ofj.....d nt
VYII II VMS'
WHOLES\LE \\'i RETAII
siI'd I si \I|| hHMENT.
-77 -7' Pay.tieet,
^PTUS SELL'S
MILK
s.iW
I" H
5
^
o 1LLP
s Sin f. H F IY ^ ,
\ '"'PARED BY .
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.


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