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—r" %  II which is hailed a-;, ij significant victory for Unionism. %  • The government has Definitely decided to tnke no pan in the new Marconi commi't<*f inquiry set no by the house "f lords. I he government will not nominate any member to serve on it. if the new committee should ask the li tuse of common!* to permit one omore of its members to (five evi. d %  ce, tl e ioi rnment is not-likelv toj igr< e. but it has no intention of elusmg to pay f if the inquiry. London, it.—"There never was a ni ire discreditable gamble on the stock exch i %  %  _: %  than the oue winch took pi ice in cnnne • i n \\ ith \merican Marconi SIIHTI -. %  so disr> put ihle v. -is it that the stock '\\ fiance committee took the m ial course of suspending f>r five years a j ihher concerned in it" s d the Maiquisol I. r.sd wne t"day, when he moved the appoint. ment of a select committee to Miquire into the chargebrought by newspapers against Lord Murray of Elibank and into 1 matters relating to Ins dealings in a ireli — shares. The Marquis of Crewe, the I il eral leader, sail the government would offer no objection 11 though it was not prepiiel to ssu le any responsibility for it. The ipotion was carried without a division^ London, 21. -Sir Arthur Cnnnn Doyle has forwarded a petition signed by twenty nine well known authors to Premier Asquith urg. ingthe government to reconsider its decision not to participate in the Panama Pacific exhibit-on A memorial to the same ehVet has already been signed by nearly 300 members of p irhament an I will shortly be presented. London, 21 -rTh* British war office system "f confidential n | rts I'll whirl; office s ol 'lie R| m 111 • \ be condemned and sentenced to professional ruin without being beard in their own defence, was severely censured by a judge of the Kings Bench division to-day. A jury awarded to Major Augustus Adam, formerly of the Royal Irish Lancers, the sun of f 10,006 damages against Col. Sir Edwaid Ward in his capacity as permanent under secretary for the war office, Major Adam, who distinguished himself in the siege of Ls lysmith, South Africa, brought a suit for libel, alleged to he contained in a letter written and published by Sir Edward Wai I, > tying that Major Adanr had to retire from the army in consequence of adverse reports. Major Adam contended that the letter Suggested that he had In en guiltv of dis lotumrable conduct and incompetency. Hue. France, 21 \t\ inflam able dart fi*us' bj/aernpl ine tested today in trie presenct ofjmil itarv air e.xpei is with -~. %  11 factor 1 fsiiiis Its rjurppse is to set Fii to dirigibl"' Ballrtonsand buildings London, 21,— Conferences b t we n ihi • preset t ntiv< s of t In Han I-!' \mericah, the North German Lloyd, the Red Star and the Hi I IH p d \mei ic in steamship lines I %  j in hei %  \ester lav, W hington, 21, Vth ugh it had been indicated by adi tii n ffirials 'ii it Prescient VVitson was HI no Inn ry for tin 1 men I of I egisi at ioi re the free tolls pmvision of I Pal Canal Act, 11 vv i si I at I white house tod a v, that the 1 dent expected a 1 1 hil 1 I" be 1 lassed at the piesnl sesin %  congress, wb'i h prob il ly will end before Summi r. A CIRCUS BEGINNING To Morrow Flying horse grounds F 0UT3IDF. ree ATTRACTIONS THE AMERICAN BISON is fast becoming extinct, but this fact need not trouble the housewife. Her interest is centred on the fact that, thanks to SUNLIGHT SoAP, t|e terrors of wash-day have become quite extinct. With SUNLIGHT SOAP .is a helper the wash is quickly over. Labour is reduced by its use—time is saved and the clothes are preserved. St NLIGH r SOAP does the work. It is made tor that purpose. TRY IT AND B4.VH YOUR IMS 1IMK AM) HOMBY. FOR SALE Cornish' Org/m 5 O 1 [n POIH! Conijili 11 k'rfi r 1 %  1H • Ml p I 'ft I, DIVIS Apply to M las, VV. H VVest Street 24 J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCig'ar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. RF.MF:MBKR.! No home was, or can be com J plole without "Music" W E •to' offei M IL; .1 I ine of High Gratia Pianos, PI Iyer Pi. anok, PIHIHI 1'. gans, an 1 Reed in* suitable for every home, Come I and see our latest catalogue and let iis semi one ol these insliunieiits dnect from factoi y to j ui h -Me fm 30 days trial, Absolutely T K' r .l ; lot asking.Choose foi MUM sejf. 1 11 instruments and terms are tin I'..-: HI the World. THE RISING STAR Dillet Street. w. p, w. & Co. N isau \ P. I 1 y. 2 1911 Special Bargains •TALI. I\:;i.v \ RMOURS "Hesl Star" 11 V.MS Sel h il to cent per lb R %  11 1 ui .1: 1 pei II B id >gna Sausage it |0 ceni pei lb AT THE ROYAL STORE. I. I SAUNUERS & Co ieyeles for HIRE 10.; per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. Notice. A LL persons are hi reb\ ordered by the Bi ar I of Kealth to IM\C their yards and |i thoroughly cleaned, and lo have all rubbish, old cans, I ties, etc., pawn ed thi refrom, before February 28th, 191 \. Accumulations of rubbish placed at the sidt s of streets under this order, will be remo\ed -it the Pablii expense until the date mentioned ; but after that date, viz. : February 28th, nil I ersons \ 10 have failed to comply with this order, will be compelled to remove their accumu lations to the dumping ground at their own expense, and will in addition, be liable to prose* cution. B) order of the Board of Health lAMh.s 11 KNOWLES, Cl< 1 u to the Board. ^ v 111 January 1911. Shir iglee Besl No. 1 He, 11 5m. Cypreai Shingles al ? -• %  1 per thou* sand ol > biiiidli s l)is: ,,,,,,; j 0 1 lots of over ingles. Special Price also on cheapi grades -al4| 5111. Cypress it $6.72 per thousand of 21 bundles. Tlii" price mad i p 1 ible by a verj| large 1 irehase. Fresh stock ; rriving every wi :k. C. C. S UJNDERS. O FOR s \|.|-. MR Rubber I ire Phaeton in \ 1 Condi ion Apply t>t 1 nbuns Olfii • %  W, \. :, I'M IK UNDERTAKER D E SIR I. s 10 inform ins fi iertds an 1 the Public that I e ins 11st received B complete outfit of facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, which places him in s |ioM(iiin to c.nry nit I'uner-ils thnt may be entrusted to Ins care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits then patronage (Jetf my Prices first ai d prove Hint they are the very lowest for the lust class work. I



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NUIIUIN addiclus (vjrarc in vcrba maestri. Belr\(j bound lo swear 10 the Dogmas f no Master. I. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. Feburary 2V I l M4 No. hi CO o a) r o CO s < ctf LEON E H. 1)1 '•' ( II i I IT I.' AN I' I' k U l-H I f • K OHTIO ,8 H \l MtKKT STRKKT Mai au N I %  '*•• r. u ;. i ID:; PUBLISH I i) I) \m \l .i% Veilnai • %  \ ai Friday — %  i %  • %  1111 y ... ... } I I ue i.i\ rii.n-il.n ani Sal irttay— tingle eofii • %  • id ATaekly •• %  % %  *l' loathly i' ) i ii •• % %  I) 4 s. lall Vearh 8*. Veanv I'" %  lYAIH.I l\ sDV^NCE. Adveiiising Ratei Sin eni • %  11• %  fin IH-I insertion : three pence per lii c %  II .( %  • n.! in-•-.' i ; and ene penny pi i line foi subwquei ( in*eifi w \ yertisements mi lei %  I I line* |l. We are vi i\ pleased in see three of the new hem lies place I in Raw vii Square, the) me (jotid, strong, ,i nil substantial, and u il be a convenient e, n in Ii fl|prei ;• i* >I h\ 11• •— publ II We think 1 hut i he \ ei \ firs! pei son < ..ii I %  i %  i -I g, da mi or injiiiing iIn -• %  I • •! i lies in any u ay should be | umshed lo Ihe In 1 1 i Ktenl id the In ; anI o nni e aml fur .i11 establi^li i 'I'-t'M i .mi t>i ihe vandalism in this particular direr. tmn which SO often disgraces niir ( itv. We hate in fun I hull, but we dei no) think ili-it the*e tlnee bericJies are Dropeil) placed at present, in ,-iiiiiu-.t ,ill the parts that we have ?eeu abroad, hench<-sare placed on the very edge of Ihe grass and turned so that the feel "f llie sittets in >\ resl on the pathways, and nof wmi bare spots in t ho grass in finiitnf everv bench, as We have geeti before in KM s un Squ ire, i.nni; out for ihe Cin us h -fnorrow. Mr. Darwin . Hawn, the General Publicity Manager, who has been in the City fur a week, promises thai ihe EschmanCirrui will he a fust clatl atfair, and %  m t miss 11 CABLEGRAMS Washington, 31, — Developments heie today and ihe receipt of ad•. n ... from London indicate ihat Ihi attitude of the British g verniii".it 1imt likely tn l)..11 by the killing ol Wild.mi S. Menton .1 British subject -it ihe h inds ..' ihe Mexican r hiat Juarez. President Wilnon this morning receivi il official reports from Consul |£d aids ai Juanx 10 the effect that |h nton had b %  n executed following .1 fuiiii il trial by 1 ourl maitial after he Ii td entered ihe pre. e nf General Villa aimed and in ;i iage at depredation* committed again t Ins prop irty. Ben ton and Villa quarrelled and tli fot r attempted t<> attack ihe rebel le ider. Under the circumstances Villa claimed 1 ii.it Benton lost his right 10 protection. I he court m mi il and execution <>f Benton followi d, Palm Beach Florida, 21.-Mrs Leonard M. Thomas of New York was robbed <>! jewels worth thirty thousand dolUrs while enroute for Palm Beat Ii by tram. It 1believed the gems weie stolen fiom her coinpartineut somewhere between here and S,i\annnh I ins is the second rime within H yeai I hoi she has been the victim "l jewel rorj\y 1She has been called by I'.ml I lellen, Ihe French Ifl ill tlie "Most l-i.'ui'.iiul woman m America." Bellingham, Washington, 21.— Spurred on by offers ol fio.oou te ward parlies unlay are endeavouring In cap' me I wo masked band I IS whu lielii up a passenger tram oil the Cire.it Northern Railroad ten miles fiotn heie and killed llnee passengers. Mexico City, 22.— The Huerta government issued tonight the following statement on tlie killing of Win S. Benton, at Juarez: This case proves to the entire world thai Villa and his associates are only barbarous murderers and shows that I luerta's government is tlie only one worthy of recognition by the world. The Mexican gevernment regrets but cannot assume responsibility for the Benton murdei because it was committed in territory not controlled by President Huerta." A document purporting lo be an official report of the trial and condemnation of Win, Benton by a couit martial was forwarded yesterday to the stale departmert at Washington bj Mexican rebels. According lo tins rep >rt the British rancher was found guilty of an attempt lo kill General Viil • and of giving material aid to the federals and was sentenced lo death in accordance with martial law. Reports reached LI Paso that Gust.iv Bauch, an American, and another man whose name could n it be earned were executed by Ge'neral Villa in |uarez on Wednesday, The Mexican situation came up in the senate, hut the discussion w is held with closed doors. Ihe state department is expected to aw.lit an announcement from Great Britain regarding (lie killing of one of her citizens before taking action in the case, London, 22. — Lord Wimborni one of the largest landholders in England died 'Ins mornii Vlantic Citj, N. I., -%  Joseph Ford, eight years o'd, captain ofa spilling team in his school, stabbed Helen Joltnson, aged seven, twice with a knife because she misseJ spelling a word which lost Ins team the spelling match prize. February 33rd 1013 London, 21—The hist ol the bye-elections due M the cabinet changes hat resulted in • %  govern, men I defe it. 1 ha Right. Hon. Charles Mastennan failed of ieeleitioa at Betimal Green by -'4 votes. The Unionist can lid it' 1 M'j>r Sir M. Wilson was elected The opposition newspapers nre exulani nvei the ic-ii 1 of the linn,


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Publication Date: Monday, February 23, 1914
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NuIIuin addiclus (vjrarc in vcrba maestri.
Belr\(j bound lo swear 10 the Dogmas f no Master.
I.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. Feburary 2V IlM4
No. hi
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LEON E H. 1)1 '' ( II
i I IT I.' AN I' I' k U l-H I f K
OHTIO ,8 h \l MtKKT STRKKT
Mai au N I *'*
r. u ;. i Id:;
PUBLISH I i) I) \m
\l .i%, Veilnai \ ai Friday
. i 1111 y ... ... } I
I ue i.i\ rii.n-il.n ani Sal irttay
tingle eofii id
ATaekly *l'
loathly i'
) i ii I) ........4s.
lall Vearh 8*.
Veanv I'"
! lYAIH.I l\- sDV^NCE.
Adveiiising Ratei Sin eni 11 .
fin Ih-i insertion : three pence per lii c
'ii .( n.! in--.' i ; and ene penny pi i
line foi subwquei ( in*eifi w
\ yertisements mi lei I I line* |l.
We are vi i\ pleased in see three
of the new hem lies place I in Raw -
vii Square, the) me (jotid, strong,
,i nil substantial, and u il be a con-
venient e, n in Ii fl|prei ; i* >I h\ 11
publ ii We think 1 hut i he \ ei \ firs!
pei son < ..ii I i i -I g, da mi
or injiiiing iIn - I ! i lies in any
u ay should be | umshed lo Ihe In11
i Ktenl id the In ; anI o nni e aml
fur .i11 establi^li i 'I'-t'Mi.mi t>i ihe
vandalism in this particular direr.
tmn which SO often disgraces niir
( itv.
We hate in fun I hull, but we dei
no) think ili-it the*e tlnee bericJies
are Dropeil) placed at present, in
,-iiiiiu-.t ,ill the parts that we have
?eeu abroad, hench<-sare placed on
the very edge of Ihe grass and
turned so that the feel "f llie sit-
tets in >\ resl on the pathways, and
nof wmi bare spots in t ho grass in
finiitnf everv bench, as We have
geeti before in Kmsun Squ ire,
i.nni; out for ihe Cin us h -fnor-
row. Mr. Darwin . Hawn, the
General Publicity Manager, who
has been in the City fur a week,
promises thai ihe EschmanCirrui
will he a fust clatl atfair, and claies Ibis ihnw will please nnd
v itlsfy the puhKc, Go and see for
yourselves to-morrow evening,
*
The Ward LineS. f,"Saratoga"
steamed fforn New York i. p,m.
Saturday with 39 passengers; and
the Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
steamed 3 p.m. Saturturitay with
3 passengers and 4sou barrels car-
1 lon'l forget 1 hat ihe Show at
the Impel ial I heatre is given
every night, Tonights pmgrainme
is .in \ I .-lit rne I > m t miss 11
CABLEGRAMS
Washington, 31, Developments
heie today and ihe receipt of ad-
. n ... from London indicate ihat
Ihi attitude of the British g vern-
iii".it 1- imt likely tn l).- .11
by the killing ol Wild.mi S. Men-
ton .1 British subject -it ihe h inds
..' ihe Mexican r hi- at Juarez.
President Wilnon this morning re-
ceivi il official reports from Consul
|d aids ai Juanx 10 the effect that
|h nton had b n executed follow-
ing .1 fuiiii il trial by 1 ourl mai-
tial after he Ii td entered ihe pre.
e nf General Villa aimed and
in ;i iage at depredation* commit-
ted again t Ins prop irty.
Ben ton and Villa quarrelled and
tli fot.....r attempted t<> attack ihe
rebel le ider. Under the circum-
stances Villa claimed 1 ii.it Benton
lost his right 10 protection. I he
court m mi il and execution <>f
Benton followi d,
Palm Beach Florida, 21.-Mrs
Leonard M. Thomas of New York
was robbed <>! jewels worth thirty
thousand dolUrs while enroute for
Palm Beat Ii by tram. It 1- believed
the gems weie stolen fiom her
coinpartineut somewhere between
here and S,i\annnh I ins is the
second rime within h yeai I hoi she
has been the victim "l jewel rorj-
\y 1-
She has been called by I'.ml
I lellen, Ihe French Ifl ill tlie "Most
l-i.'ui'.iiul woman m America."
Bellingham, Washington, 21.
Spurred on by offers ol fio.oou te
ward parlies unlay are endeavour-
ing In cap' me I wo masked band I IS
whu lielii up a passenger tram oil
the Cire.it Northern Railroad ten
miles fiotn heie and killed llnee
passengers.
Mexico City, 22. The Huerta
government issued tonight the fol-
lowing statement on tlie killing of
Win S. Benton, at Juarez:
" This case proves to the entire
world thai Villa and his associates
are only barbarous murderers and
shows that I luerta's government is
tlie only one worthy of recognition
by the world. The Mexican gevern-
ment regrets but cannot assume
responsibility for the Benton mur-
dei because it was committed in
territory not controlled by Presi-
dent Huerta."
A document purporting lo be an
official report of the trial and con-
demnation of Win, Benton by a
couit martial was forwarded yes-
terday to the stale departmert at
Washington bj Mexican rebels.
According lo tins rep >rt the Bri-
tish rancher was found guilty of an
attempt lo kill General Viil and
of giving material aid to the fed-
erals and was sentenced lo death
in accordance with martial law.
Reports reached LI Paso that Gus-
t.iv Bauch, an American, and ano-
ther man whose name could n it be
earned were executed by Ge'neral
Villa in |uarez on Wednesday,
The Mexican situation came up
in the senate, hut the discussion
w is held with closed doors. Ihe
state department is expected to
aw.lit an announcement from
Great Britain regarding (lie kill-
ing of one of her citizens before
taking action in the case,
London, 22. Lord Wimborni
one of the largest landholders in
England died 'Ins mornii .
Vlantic Citj, N. I., --. Joseph
Ford, eight years o'd, captain ofa
spilling team in his school, stab-
bed Helen Joltnson, aged seven,
twice with a knife because she
misseJ spelling a word which lost
Ins team the spelling match prize.
February 33rd 1013
London, 21- The hist ol the
bye-elections due m the cabinet
changes hat resulted in govern,
men I defe it. 1 ha Right. Hon.
Charles Mastennan failed of ie-
eleitioa at Betimal Green by -'4
votes.
The Unionist can lid it'1. M'j>r
Sir M. Wilson was elected The
opposition newspapers nre exulani
nvei the ic-ii 1 of the linn,


r-
" '
II
which is hailed a-;, ij significant
victory for Unionism. '
The government has Definitely
decided to tnke no pan in the new
Marconi commi't<*f inquiry set no
by the house "f lords.
I he government will not nomi-
nate any member to serve on it. if
the new committee should ask the
li tuse of common!* to permit one
o- more of its members to (five evi.
d ce, tl e ioi rnment is not-likelv
toj igr< e. but it has no intention of
elusmg to pay f if the inquiry.
London, it."There never was a
ni ire discreditable gamble on the
stock exch i'_: than the oue
winch took pi ice in cnnne i n
\\ ith \merican Marconi sIihti -.
so disr> put ihle v. -is it that the
stock '\\ fiance committee took the
m ial course of suspending f>r five
years a j ihher concerned in it"
s d the Maiquisol I. r.sd wne t"-
day, when he moved the appoint.
ment of a select committee to Mi-
quire into the charge- brought by
newspapers against Lord Murray
of Elibank and into 1 matters re-
lating to Ins dealings in a ireli
shares.
The Marquis of Crewe, the I il -
eral leader, sail the government
would offer no objection 11 though
it was not prepiiel to ssu le any
responsibility for it. The ipotion
was carried without a division^
London, 21. -Sir Arthur Cnnnn
Doyle has forwarded a petition
signed by twenty nine well known
authors to Premier Asquith urg.
ingthe government to reconsider
its decision not to participate in
the Panama Pacific exhibit-on A
memorial to the same ehVet has
already been signed by nearly 300
members of p irhament an I will
shortly be presented.
London, 21 -rTh* British war
office system "f confidential n | rts
I'll whirl; office s ol 'lie R| m 111 \
be condemned and sentenced to
professional ruin without being
beard in their own defence, was
severely censured by a judge of the
Kings Bench division to-day.
A jury awarded to Major Augus-
tus Adam, formerly of the Royal
Irish Lancers, the sun of f 10,006
damages against Col. Sir Edwaid
Ward in his capacity as permanent
under secretary for the war office,
. Major Adam, who distinguished
himself in the siege of Ls lysmith,
South Africa, brought a suit for
libel, alleged to he contained in a
letter written and published by
Sir Edward Wai I, > tying that
Major Adanr had to retire from the
army in consequence of adverse
reports.
Major Adam contended that the
letter Suggested that he had In en
guiltv of dis lotumrable conduct
and incompetency.
Hue. France, 21 \t\ inflam
able dart fi*us' bj/aernpl ine
tested today in trie presenct ofjmil
itarv air e.xpei is with -~. 11 factor1
fsiiiis Its rjurppse is to set Fii
to dirigibl"' Ballrtonsand buildings
London, 21,Conferences b -
t we n ihi preset t ntiv< s of t In
Han I-!' \mericah, the North
German Lloyd, the Red Star and
the Hi IIhpd \mei ic in steamship
lines I . j in hei \ester lav,
W hington, 21, Vth ugh it
had been indicated by adi
tii n ffirials 'ii it Prescient VVit-
son was hi no Inn ry for tin 1
men I of I egisi at ioi re the
free tolls pmvision of I Pal
Canal Act, 11 vv i si I at I
white house tod a v, that the 1
dent expected a .....11 hil 1 I" be
1 lassed at the piesnl sesin !
congress, wb'i h prob il ly will end
before Summi r.
A
CIRCUS
BEGINNING
To Morrow
Flying horse grounds
F 0UT3IDF.
ree attractions
THE AMERICAN BISON -
is fast becoming extinct, but this fact need not
trouble the housewife. Her interest is centred on
the fact that, thanks to SUNLIGHT SoAP, t|e terrors
of wash-day have become quite extinct. With
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
.is a helper the wash is
quickly over. Labour is
reduced by its usetime
is saved and the clothes
are preserved.
St nligh r Soap does the
work. It is made tor that
purpose.
TRY IT AND B4.VH YOUR
IMS 1IMK AM) HOMBY.
FOR SALE
Cornish' Org/m 5 O 1
[n poih! Conijili 11
k'rfi r 1 1H Ml p I 'ft I, DIVIS
Apply to M las, VV. H
VVest Street 24
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCig'ar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
rf.mf:mbkr.!
No home was, or can be com J
plole without "Music"
WE to' offeimil; .1 Iine of High
Gratia Pianos, PI Iyer Pi.
anok, Pihihi 1'. gans, an 1 Reed
in* suitable for every home,
Come I and see our latest catalogue
and let iis semi one ol these insliu-
nieiits dnect from factoi y to j ui
h -Me fm 30 days trial, Absolutely
T K'r.l;. lot asking.Choose foi mum
sejf.1 11 instruments and terms are
tin I'..-: hi the World.
THE RISING STAR
Dillet Street.
w. p, w. & Co.
N isau \ P.
I 1 y. 2 1911
Special Bargains
tali. I- \:;i.v
\RMOURS "Hesl Star"
11 V.MS
Sel h il to cent per lb
R ' 11 1 ui .1: 1 pei II
B id >gna Sausage it |0 ceni pei lb
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
I. I SAUNUERS & Co
ieyeles
for HIRE
10.; per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
Notice.
ALL persons are hi reb\ or-
dered by the Bi ar I of
Kealth to Im\c their yards and
|i thoroughly cleaned, and lo
have all rubbish, old cans, I
ties, etc., pawn ed thi refrom,
before February 28th, 191 \.
Accumulations of rubbish pla-
ced at the sidt s of streets under
this order, will be remo\ed -it
the Pablii expense until the
date mentioned ; but after that
date, viz. : February 28th, nil
I ersons \ 10 have failed to com-
ply with this order, will be com-
pelled to remove their accumu
lations to the dumping ground
at their own expense, and will
in addition, be liable to prose*
cution.
B) order of the Board of Health
lAMh.s 11 KNOWLES,
Cl< 1 u to the Board.
^ -v 111 January 1911.
Shir iglee
Besl No. 1 He, 11 5m. Cypreai
Shingles al ? - 1 per thou*
sand ol > biiiidli s
l)is: ,,,,,,; j 0 1 lots of over
ingles.
Special Price
also on cheapi grades -al4|
5111. Cypress it $6.72 per _
thousand of 21 bundles. Tlii"
price mad i p1 ible by a verj|
large 1 irehase.
Fresh stock ; rriving every
wi :k.
C. C. S UJNDERS.
O
FOR s \|.|-.
MR Rubber I ire Phaeton in
\ 1 Condi ion
Apply t>t 1 nbuns Olfii
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may be entrusted to Ins care with
system and despatch ; and respect
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my Prices first ai d prove Hint they
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