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TLhe {Tribune Tueaiav. Juno 16, 1914 We shall all be glad if in the near future a satisfactory mail contract can be concluded by the Executive. II those who go abroad to see after this business have a definite and wise plan "I action bet ire them, we may hope for something to our advantage. The government has a i b .:. %  to do imething, and e a fine thing if they .! v '" have been struck with what th 11 v< n 01 said in his dmii : i. | u id and cogenl patch to the Secretary ol St tte the muddle headed %  in which the Crown \ I the busin iss ol ding lJlU Mr. j asi ontrasted with '['" vhicli the Colonial i >ffi managed the business of sending out a waterworks expert Of coins' His Excellency di I n i charact. ris I Of 1 I own \,'r,| s Dut i ren i be drawn Krom our point j X| %  • it is L pitv that we are x e" have a dee| I harbour. II tins should appear to I e Ihe a %  things levelop, we hop • ,iH House and the G ivernmeul will prepare to de< ide the question the P;,s1 experiei ce ,u ki m %  mj of us of %  Crown Vgeni I u %  "" : ''" i ii to us to have defi rred unduly to t It is good to si i the pre ut Gov< rnoi showing some hide pendem i *•* 1 1 %  HI ii from 11 \|. s. "Her miune" se< med to be i njoying ; m :! •• %  i quiet sort of way after landing yesterd ly. We will hazard the statement that •'" equal nuinbei ol wintei ex CUfsi '' VOUl I nOl spend t lime. We I ill i e drinks taken H • -i. ii ii no), | re ,, tendency I Sll "urN.ivy, .nd we h lnal I iverage of abstaining 111111 " tins |m> ulai >hip ib hiirh, paign is dead. When the Tory Gov. to carry Mails and Freighl scheme to delay ii by keeping and in Ihe lasl is years, I think. stipulated iu that co itract how mud sp II %  i hall be given to us for freight and how much pei barrel. P irhaps so n^o i will say tIn r %  is a di W tween Charter and Corfrracl I will Hi w there is for this time .in I say that we m -an m %  ". to har er a boat m i i'hU I lome Rule unsettled has bi i i finally defl tted, '. le Land Campaign will prove, itself t i be vei\ much alive, and kicking. Mrs. Sarah I'.. Farrington wife of Mr. John II. I,iii igton, \sistant Lighl i at Elb > v Reefs lightho ise died s id denly on S in I ly morning : ,:i so m batter o >po i >s four in. In i the youngi I :l ' ' : Ul1 ' ,1: of whonv is three m inths old The Tribune ten rs its ivmpi thies with the husband an dren and other relatives I deceased. j The Lighthi u Tend i "Ca narvon" a rived this moi i from the Leward and Nort! er-i lightstations. Co St to w do thi ii th • 1111 %  TO' a fjr a iiu nl >ei ol j cars is to Now sir, i i to the V'I nture. fh ; i %  n •men have n I)en tin venturer: ex epl in thi c ise i if S, S. I it n and .1 >haiine< I i \ ia (moi of 111iI iovei madi ml acts and freight i ites i • II ul our g\ A les I d %  \ 11< 11 ren , and 11 thus ^ >tores and h feet right to "Franc 1 s i ling today at but tt.i no co in ii Noon 8o passengers j* sa Ithis, as I have >tal I Mails. Passed st a.n boat in tion O. K. ..* X HI. X. I' %  I I. an II i on the last yea n Do ii • lia\ e : \\ V. & C. S. S. Co Jo le 15th, 191 to conn -1 Tnbui N : n il iI j : j To thi l Permit me to 1 dil rial ol this a plain to yi u mid your read if I can, what you require. The resoluti >n ol ihe Chamber of Commerce should hav %  been published i ;tenso, tlu ime as all o1 ei 1 solutions o f Public Bodi li .11 was pa 1 repn senling the I'm m Com inunity. to strength n the ha 1 ; to tie 1 en tl 'I %  nil I. Thi pay ivided they UA\ e taken advanta (1 of the \ teriran Postal I 1 iv, A Inch es M ri ed i n A I Ins resolu Ship w iIi Vmeric 1 1 ne C. of C, f i-o I F 1 a km >l So we ire not sui i ll g< il •! mails in the lays %  %  Tarn "ompany, i-i we si 1 ve that $4!), I am surpos not comrnJl of C, lor tii that it is the • 1 KI lo noi : firsl iiami I but i .. \ I & I 1 iwei III;; aftei ai ]and van gel r. 0 11 %  nl [l e "A 1 n d 11 a d %  1 boal wa t o do n ion U 1 that 1 all our I %  1 il I thnplish ( s dep nd on %  team is I .II'' to rai • 1 V % %  I! If 1 V 's I ft lllUiili t ii i-,iu il 111' 11(11' %  • i 1 t %  %  £*• %  "I i fl< I I I of the Govei 1 11 nt. 1 is si nplj ie 11 future if il this; it asks ii, %  Gov. in Couu' 'tter in ot lei pa I I I I e . I J : 1 ga nu sav it will lo the burdi f I a I hr e s ou read the not iol N V .V C. M S. S. ( ... n,e Nassau Guardian, that tin ing N V on ; i %  cil to chai er a boal arm will pledge ourselves to pa 1 freight ran we h v be 1 pa ) ing to \\ .1 I I.infor 15 v 1/ 1 ts. pe b irrel ind 5%, r mil it tin re is .1 shoi tage the < iovei 11111 snt nu et the lossas a subsidy 1 it t lis bi lal 1 • bring Mail ind 1 is, Ii ings oui I -a the new b i jhl 1 it! ? Which me ins on Let me ask you a question; Hour, grits meal, 32% hi : n 1 whi 1 has tin Gov. < eas id j Now charter steamers to run to rate is up t> 66ct, per b i .1 I 1*1 p 1 noi 1 11 er an) 11 but ai 1 are about ible at tune large b I night \ irauca' I; .oui I mi the an -> No. ti this J b irrelf :n 1 :--, mean j ., and at 5 §1400 m \< it this 1 1 mail \\ will l',i' lye Nassau from Ncv Yoi 1 1md, day of June, 19 ,. wl the contract vitli York iV C M'til S. > ,-j .• end 'I. I' 1 :. Ii cf and main otln ti 'les lb iut ( ip. c. hlglli ; I ills based 011 letti Fo 1 1 |)\ I IiI IC\ foi 1 i| I si: :i ,ix N\ |, eil 1 he -J imes" of .-5th May says the Governnienti Land CamI — %  %  V\ it differeno is the, bethat body uirnn nously 1 twei 11 tin I 'Charter' 1 I cept it 'Conti • •.a [881 It is esti • •>,• ,, ,3 when I begin to import goods J Wurd Line n*w jioo.ooo a from New York, the Ward Line year. X ,• rates will has had a cantract with our make it at least -'1 1 more. Sir, I your ai I you ask whstl wai s ild I bel i



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Mr. | ill ;mn 01 Inis. It has i In in-i real \ ei formed, v mu il I th i ners tntili i %  %  ii to ru In i n. in H C IITI in .. ihl; m it of bad \ d b I %  r, to in;i! • .1 I it % %  .: (her w ul 1 i u*d Co ,<• i I Oil |' li %  f i. SH on power I %  v j | 1 >. have cl to S. S to static i %  i' il %  the • S iging ul fni a Is. here to go Fifteen I it. & Pn 5 r ', ' i I) i est< rday, the "Anttliia" elieve that the n is 'ii was extravagane. Por haps als the sti ings were in pulled as to make it a failure. \s to wh ) pulled such strings it is liarjj t. judge, but anyhow the \'.'is tn make things easier Ward Line Yours NOT \ MERCHANT jt Gi rorv T i vii C>\ %  '.I u. J11111 i J i ,; | 11 r Mr Ed tor Jusl .i p ice f II this puli! c I tii'ii and the i I am finished in i ue ol h May ;i 1 tei %  I having t i i i \ it ' If he %  led to %  I i 'MI th • rutl Ii I • %  M ill iav been i if such colossal absurdities and negatives; as to the trying tat i to gel Rokei pla for another I d ;fv any on< (o st p foi ward and confirm it. III ab-iul : Mitl that don't I.other one, il he n an I .II iws not his i do T e writei ch to be n %  ; ind t i >es'm np| e u l;i' . i It' 1 I • i I %  %  %  such extraordinar qml'fical • %  i an ordin school I >ul I teach him for a 1 in lime t i come. I 'I m't know ;it what ti m e th • cam % %  iat the C<>\ e to enable him to vouch for i ithsol in Rol if. it \ mid ii i\ e I" en just lanly to put I ei tenth. \\ hat about the 11 May when W"i,' r al >ug with others went thro ijjh tl stre '•• beating dm ns 'ii %  ,' inj ause what i ver' tnd huh .•. as i in Tin n [entl len here \ i• HI wli i witnessed this i rr v i ng i in a nd remarked, I a I II plai: #ii .i > n bo; nan it the Covi nust h MI slei |M'i,' ntherw v 0 i. fe11 \t I i i %  food on insisting in n nisi Vours Trult KOR r II' rl I il. .•* RADIOGRAMS ith 1914. New York, 13.—The A men can Liner "New York" and the !'.. mburg American Liner"Vic %  ii a' colli le I in a fog about -''. miles east of N'autucket at three I'I lock this morning according to a wireless'message received at the American Line .The captain of the "N sw \ k sent only a brief mess ige I lows, Vi :toria collided Vorl;," not injun I (11 lages slight, fog." ''hie 1:0, 1 j. %  "„• St e > 1 k of Calumet on South Mi %  11 \\ e. was cl led by the Sti te Rank exa niner tod 1 .-. h overies which were made ui ing the inspection of the bo ! hell \' ; to I 1 tilial progi 1 l\ made at Niag ira Kails h is < in ouraged heliefthat I lu< 1 ta will he out by the middle of ie \t w e ek and the task of restoring 0 un. Loud HI, 13 — Coji nel Roos • veil arrived here from Paris this moi ning and .1 net b) \m idoi Page 1 id I i" limb is s '.tail and Ma] 11 Ai thui 11. I %  a guest the Colonel will be for the weekened. Among t ie guests present of 130, were t ie Spanish Ambassador, the top of London, Henry Jai I 11I Cur; Princi t HI, 13.—Pn sident Wil • 11 came h re today to at) gradu ition ex al i' el m Univers tj He w 11 %  \\ ash ing ton toni :ht.j C 1 1 I lie Bienni il r.tion of the general fede 1 .1 1 .11 of women's clubs passi d .1 0 iluti in endorsing the Mien'-, suffr 1 ie movement. The hit ion offen d by Mrs K I %  Dinutato ol California was adopted by a \ iva voce v< >te. 1 hi re was but little opp isition Jamestown, .\. J. 13.—Three a; a w re killed today when a lake shore train ran into an automobile m ivhicli thev were riding at .1 crossing near here. Meadow Brook, 15— The fust game ol a series 01 three, between the United States and England for the International Polo 1 Up was played here this rnoon in the presence of thirty thousand spectators and was won by England eight and .1 half to tho 1 San Bern irdino, Cal. 13.— [*wo p issengers were killed and si '.' 1 injured when a locomo in •! 1,. hed into a freight tram last night at Bagdad n< ar here. Athens 14 That war be Greec< d Turkey is in as the result of pera cu tr a and expulsion of • ireeks by Ottoman officials is openly asserted today by the newspaper I -tia" which is considered aS ring the majority of < in 1 public opinion London 14.Col. Theodi 11 Ri 1 isevi li ai 1 i\ e d in I ondi i n yi sti 1 fi m the Continent 1 on lie. Mrs. I .< > ; _w 1 th i uighter and Philip K' 1 ISI Vi I his 1 usin I. ,i| The 1 up < iiil I II -aled ami fi t if sin Id I "Resi ilute" she would have to allow h minutes ) seconds in the cup course of 30 mil The Motor Boat VIM W ILL run from Rawson Sq. to II. M. S. "Hertnione" fr ira 2.30 to 5 p.m. on Mondaj and Tuesday, 14 and 15th. Iriji js. .In Ul 1 on is. Ri iund • %  %  %  % %  tmss Lost A FOI MAIN PEN hi twi M M LI kel wharf an 1 'd.nly Smith" Shoe store. Finder will be rewarded on returning same to rribuni ()llh e. For Result Advertise in The Tribune



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s Creek station which will relieve the congestion of that school. LENNOX K.FONSYTH. FRBSH CfetBK, ANDROS, There are Five schools in this District. 1 WO Uoaid schools and the balance church sen all of a very elementary nature. An additional room is being put on to the school house a! Staniard Creek. This was needed. 1. A. ROBINSON i 1.) he continued) Imperial Theatre Wednesday, 17th June Animated Weekly Night with 2 Reels full of in ten sting events Also The $10,000 Bride It happened on the Beach And The Branded Six Shooter FRESH JUST ARRIVED AT TOOTE'S 199 EAST RAY STREET VEGETABLE SEEDS Asparagus fret Cabbage Carrot Cauliflower Celery Cucumber Egg I'laiit Kob Rahi Lettuce Watermelon • antaloup Oki.i PMrsta Onion Pepper Radish Spinach Squash A SALE O F Useful an'ji Fancy tides and l^ght Refn ments will D.N I Take p at the Baptist ission 11 rastfttl&r'. et ( %  •hind /I D ESIRES lo inform his and the Public that 1 lentlne Turnip Hush Beans Extra Early Red Vi Long "Yellow Early Six weeks Stringiest Green Rod Refugee or 1000 In i. Hudson Wax Luna Beans Also Flower Seeds W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER friends I e has Tomato'just received a complete outfit of I facilities for the buisnessol an un> jdertakei, which places him in a position lo carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to Ins care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits thou patronage Get my Prices first and prove that they are the very lowest for the fust class work. Bap i6th Bta el ( 'hind Church: on Tue ne at 3 p.m. Admission Free ;i Jim Notice I the 31M 111st. I be at wmk from to 5 p.m. instead of A F IK la Wl 0.30 a.m •I a.m. Light repairs in Blacksmithing. Horse-shoeing a specialty. Best Leader Hoi % %  shoe nails, the safest nails for driving. All sizes of Rubber Channels just received, no Extra light steel horse shoes of all sizes. CLEVELAND MARSHALL MI. |. L. Saunrlert' Bay L t 6d. 9d. Is. Gasi line is Test. We do ii"t se 0 Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax a com1 lete iinisli and poli' h for .11 furniture, Wi M> I wi 'ik ai il II M iffi Johnson's Wood Dye for the artistic |i ai.' if .ill wood, s,,ft or Johnson's Under Lac a l| iril finish, very much sn| eriot to thellac <>i v;n nisji Johnson's r lt Wood Finish beautiful, artistic, hand rubbed effect w ni.'iui Iht %  x| • rise i'f rubbins Johnson's PASI* Wood Filler I I filling tlu era in and | irei of wood, prOpai fit for thfl liinsh Johnso-i's Powdered Wax -fur ball I i > Mil tl H 1^ FOR. SALK BY BEST line is 70— Chas. E. Albury Latest Here we are aga \ COMBINED Two excursion and Picnic I [arbour Maud, and lo T Islands where the Picnic wi given. The Motoi Boat "Vim" leave Rawson Sc,. at io p si arp) "ii Satiiu 1 y .ith Jul}' II arbour Island nd w ill It I larbnut Island al lop. m, N day July f>th fur Nassau. At g it m. Monday 6th the tnp*vill be made for the Pi %  IIKI the last boat horn the Pi will be 6 |> in. A cr>'( i asion, FARES. Rou d tripinc ing Picnic and d tncing. Shillings. Tick' IS must bi taken bj a. in. Saturday Julj i from loins Isaacs or W, Hall will furnish ;dl information it. Notice 1 Moses Stubbs of Arthurs 1 ow II left my wife Juleta in my house and pmvided for her and now she left mj borne ith out my i %  msent or without mj Knowledge ol her leaving. This is to notify tinpublic that I a n free from all her iiidebtedne; >i an) otlier debt she ma) hen after transact and thai I exempt her from all my benefit!* and sup i>->rts so long as ie re nainsout of my house. MOSES STUBBS. I Ila. 19tb \\ 1 il, la (. £5 Reward 1 H "IVK IMI'\I > l 11 II .lllil 1 ll I II • |l ill. 111V [ % %  I ion who u ill gi ve infm 1 ntioii imt Will lead t %  the iippri he isioil unl eonvio11 on of mv neri 1 111 p^fsons steaIws! or s •!11 >_; 1 pint* i:>|)l-*s rom 111 v ciilii v itioni in the U'uif Road.' \V.\I. I I h' K. MOORE B I T we do sell and v\ill continue to sell Standard Oil Co. Gas dme I est your Gaso 11 L/V I I r 1 1 \ dancing pla'form wi| eted ;it Tlircefd*.lands foi The I. C. S. Kno '. cann< t grow | apples it any "W ine We ne. w e invite comp u ison with any in the City. Price 22cts. per gallon in 50 gallon Drums. Customers using 100 gals, or over per Month 20c. gallon. Watch our Notice foi Kerosene in June. C. C.SAUNDERS Nassau, N. P., M.i>18th, 1911. The Vogue and Au Bon Marche Stores A UP showing Ladies I ine While Hats in the latest leading shapes, also A few samples of line Hals and Flowers. Shingles Rest No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress Shingles al f9.fi 1 per ihouml of 20 bundh s Discounts on lots of nvct 50: ,0 shingles. Special Price aPo on cheaper grades—also 5'm. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. T p,icr,nad--p 1 ss l i,i ( .i.yav ( av :;;,,;,,,,.;;;;, ;;;;;; f ,. Analysis with Agriculturi enable price and the rea vveareall groping in tlu We are just guessing: need /• Know." )• xtracl from Commit ei Albury's Rep 1 rt Iron mis Harbour a I. C. S. Kn hev will teach \i arriving evet y large purchase. Fresh stock week. (' C 5A UN PER ^ \oi 1. 1.. 1 "" 111S is in inform my Patrons ami till" I'll Ii'"'" 111 ii'ii'i .11 dial I li.io1.-. 1 • -• 1 my Public 1 llm 1. S Muii SlMip; and am now rend) to -ciiilly. All work done Mechanically. P. \. HUYLER. I". • > St, [East Whaifj See II. Large Engl Turkish Size 1 feel a in. x 2 lor saIi: at Williams 1 Novelty St| 537 539 Bay-street,



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Nulllua addicttis |urare in verba me, gisti i. Being bound to 5tr to the Dogmas >f no Master VOL. XI. Nassau, N. P., Bahamas, Tuesday, June 16, 1914 No 144 %  ays 1 to %  roe 1 be 3 In II in. for CD P ave ^ onfirst > •iin: *< :nic I 1).' 3 the ov u.l%  s 'lVn >—• CD 1 ii r+ :;i|). CD vlio *t • CD vs inett casr i ? ff \ulU 0 % \l 1 (' 1 CD S 'CD )VLi ON K H, DUPI'CH, %  i iroi .•u I'Hui'k i r n u <>. CICI |8 || MARKET STRBE1 N'as Ml N. P., l.l"M r. o. Box Hi:. PU BLISH E D~DAILY~ M inlay, Afedne-ilav ami Friday— >in frle copy i d l \' My • 4 '.,| M .' ll 1V Is. ^. 1 '' larti rly ... 4s. Half Yearly s. Yearly I 1 v PAYABLE IN ADYAN'CI A I 1 hill. Ratl • SiK i nnv | r 111 it'll i i ii -' it: .1; three 11 in i i IT line i : insertii m ; and i ne pennj i foi tubsequenl intertii ns. \ Ivertisementi under eight linea I*. REPORTS OF COMMISSIONKRS 191"* EDttCATION v. r J ROKH SOUND, ABAI >, There are two 11 mrd Schot Is in tli District, one al Wilson City ami the niiirr at Cherokee Sound, 'The IV.H in is of the I %  >1111.1 resignei in \ugust last without giving I i iv notice, consequently the i i ii IIMI ii'it been re-ipened. l ii,school .it i herokee Sound was opened 160 days during the yi r. I Mini number <>f pupils in r< jistei fi. Average attendance foi IIM\c,ir 48. I lighesl monthly ..•Iin March 5 %  Lowest in A 11 13 I Ins school VV8S closed l .vii months ow ing to ill health of I "H in r liiIi .H counts ha the al. ve time opened. No cases were rep." ii il .is the attendance was (-. nsiderably R iod, the slight non attendance being due t" illness oi pupils ami unavoidable causes. I lie I'eachi r is vi iv em rgetic and • I. MM \(* nm h credit ha the inter* esi 1 iken in inwoi 1,. I InWilson CMJ Vc %  l-i 11 \ is at P 1 -' 1.1 in ch irge "i 11 Xiiuin.iii lady iimi there arc fifiei 11 scholars, I ally ihe American .111,1 ,ir showing I he teach '1 see ns not to give the ne wary atteni %  << 1 and to be some. A hat c ireless an I indifferent. Bluff I' t is still without a si h ml, I ui one will be opened earlv next yi ir, I examined the Green I nitle (iv school on the 4th December and gave at incentive to the first two in classes from Std. a month's subscription 2 to 6 to the Libraiy. ANDREW S. M. O'BRIEN. HOPE TOWN, ABACO There ar two Board and Two Grant in-Aid Schools in the District. Hope Town, Hoard School, days opened 217, yearly average 66. I. Marsh Harbour Board School, days opened 209, yearly average v in-of.\Var Cay, Grant-in Aid, days opened 196, yearly average 17.4. Guano Cay, Grant-in-\ id, days i"d 176, yearly average 26. 4. Hope Town school under the able management of Mr |. \. Curry Ins kept up its reputation as one of the beet disciplined and managed Bt hools in the Colony. Wilson Lity draws away a lot of pupils whose parents go away for two or three months at a tune then return with children who have to be m ire or less taught all over again The percentage of passes after the Inspector's examination. In Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and Spelling was 95. Marsh 11 odour school is also lucky in having a very able and industrious schoolmaster—Mr. J. ti. Roberts, The parent do not go iv ly so often as t he Hope Town people so the school is not so handicapped, The percentage of passes was 93, Man of War Cay and (iuano Cay have but handful of children who leceive the best of attention from their respective schoolmasters, Mr. lohn Malone and Mr. Richards >n S mdi HUGH F. PICKWOAD. FRESH CREEK, AKDROS, There ne | w Roard Schools, two Roman Catholic and Church of England schools in the District all of which hive kept open throughout the year and the attendance has been fully up to the average ol previous years; in fact both of the Hoard Schools are overcrowded. but I am pleased tn say that .in addition is being made to the School house at the Staniard (Continued on the 4II1 page.)


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Nulllua addicttis |urare in verba me, gisti i.
Being bound to 5tr to the Dogmas >f no Master
VOL. XI.
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas, Tuesday, June 16, 1914
No 144
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N'as Ml N. P., l.l"M .
r. o. Box Hi:.
PU BLISH E D~DAILY~
M inlay, Afedne-ilav ami Friday
>in frle copy ........id
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M .' ll 1V .....Is. ^. 1
'' larti rly ... 4s.
Half Yearly s.
Yearly .....I1 v
PAYABLE IN ADYAN'CI
A I 1 hill. Ratl SiK i nnv | r 111 it-
'll i i ii -' it: .1; three 11 in i i it line
i : insertii m ; and i ne pennj
i foi tubsequenl intertii ns.
\ Ivertisementi under eight linea I*.
REPORTS OF
COMMISSIONKRS
191"*
EDttCATION
v. r j rokh Sound, Abai >,
There are two 11 mrd Schot Is in
tli District, one al Wilson City ami
the niiirr at Cherokee Sound,
'The IV.H in is of the I >1111.1 resign-
ei in \ugust last without giving
I i iv notice, consequently the
i i ii Iimi ii'it been re-ipened.
l ii,- school .it i herokee Sound
was opened 160 days during the
yi r. I Mini number <>f pupils in
r< jistei fi. Average attendance
foi iIm- \c,ir 48. I lighesl monthly
..I- in March 5 . Lowest in
A 11 13
I Ins school VV8S closed l .vii
months ow ing to ill health of
I "H in r lii- Ii .h counts ha the
al. ve time opened. No cases were
rep." ii il .is the attendance was
(-. nsiderably r iod, the slight non
attendance being due t" illness oi
pupils ami unavoidable causes.
I lie I'eachi r is vi iv em rgetic and
I. mm \(* nm h credit ha the inter*
esi 1 iken in in- woi 1,.
I In- Wilson Cmj Vc l-i 11 \ is at
P 1 -' 1.1 in ch irge "i 11 Xiiuin.iii
lady iimi there arc fifiei 11 scholars,
I ally ihe American .111,1
c\ ill- :n attend this school ; ihe
(' -t uf tuition 19 ins per month
fin each pupil.
It is tn he regretted that I school
has not been established at Muoim
Island There ara about 50 child*
ran growing up in utter ignorance
in I many of them do not know the
Alphabet; the only instruction re-
ceive,! is at the Sunday School
which is indee I lather meagre, is
it is to be lamented th ,t the in
tellectual abilities at this settle-
ment are of the very lowest type.
This matter seriously demands
ihe immedi ite consideration of the
esteemed Board of Education, I
trusl thai steps will be taken dur-
ing the present year for the open
ing of a school at tins oompai 1-
tivelv speaking prosperous settle
ment.
rhe conditions at Sandy Point
are not analogous t" those at
M nres Island, A certain Mr. l*heo.
R. Thompson and ex-Lighthouse
K epei acting as Catechisi has a
ml in connection with the
Anglican Church. The children
avail themselves of this much ap-
preciated opportunity and the
Teacher informs me ilut they are
progressing nicely,
JOSEPH 8. CULMER,
Green Turtle Cay, Abaco.
There are two Hoard Schools
here. One at Green I'uitle i ay
and one at Old Place, Ihe school
at Green 'luitle Civ was opened
I n-, mi nber on 10II 101,
average attend ince 8s; ()l I P u 1
- rli 11I w is n,i ne l 2 J5 il i)-s, num-
h -i on roll 150, average at 1 en Ian e
107. The attendance at both
si hulls was al one tune of the
vr.ir seriously affected by the
children having fust measles then
whooping cough, 8 casts were re-
ported undei the compulsory clause
of the Education Act decision 6
fines and 2 orders made to attend
regularly. The school at Green
I'uitle Lay w is examined mi the
6th of November and the Inspector
expressed himself as being well
pleased with results and thescho il
II......rally, The school at Old
Place when last examined by me
in ide a verv p >,ir showing I he
teach '1 see ns not to give the ne
wary atteni<< 1 and to be some.
a hat c ireless an I indifferent. Bluff
I' t is still without a si h ml,
I ui one will be opened earlv next
yi ir, I examined the Green I nitle
(iv school on the 4th December
and gave at incentive to the first
two in classes from Std.
a month's subscription
2 to 6
to the
Libraiy.
ANDREW S. M. O'BRIEN.
Hope Town, Abaco
There ar two Board and Two
Grant in-Aid Schools in the Dis-
trict.
Hope Town, Hoard School, days
opened 217, yearly average 66. I.
Marsh Harbour Board School,
days opened 209, yearly average
v in-of.\Var Cay, Grant-in Aid,
days opened 196, yearly average
17.4.
Guano Cay, Grant-in-\ id, days
i"d 176, yearly average 26. 4.
Hope Town school under the
able management of Mr |. \.
Curry Ins kept up its reputation
as one of the beet disciplined and
managed Bt hools in the Colony.
Wilson Lity draws away a lot of
pupils whose parents go away for
two or three months at a tune
then return with children who
have to be m ire or less taught all
over again The percentage of
passes after the Inspector's ex-
amination. In Reading, Writing,
Arithmetic and Spelling was 95.
Marsh 11 odour school is also
lucky in having a very able and in-
dustrious schoolmasterMr. J. ti.
Roberts, The parent do not go
iv ly so often as t he Hope Town
people so the school is not so
handicapped, The percentage of
passes was 93,
Man of War Cay and (iuano Cay
have but handful of children who
leceive the best of attention from
their respective schoolmasters, Mr.
lohn Malone and Mr. Richards >n
S mdi
HUGH F. PICKWOAD.
Fresh Creek, Akdros,
There ne |w Roard Schools,
two Roman Catholic and Church
of England schools in the District
all of which hive kept open
throughout the year and the at-
tendance has been fully up to the
average ol previous years; in fact
both of the Hoard Schools are over-
crowded. but I am pleased tn say
that .in addition is being made to
the School house at the Staniard
(Continued on the 4II1 page.)


TLhe {Tribune
Tueaiav. Juno 16, 1914
We shall all be glad if in the
near future a satisfactory mail
contract can be concluded by
the Executive. II those who go
abroad to see after this business
have a definite and wise plan
"I action bet ire them, we may
hope for something to our ad-
vantage. The government has
a i b .:. to do imething, and
e a fine thing if they
.!
v'" have been struck with
what th 11 v< n 01 said in his
dmii : i. |u id and cogenl
patch to the Secretary ol St tte
the muddle headed
in which the Crown \
I the busin iss ol ding
lJlU Mr. j asi ontrasted with
'['" vhicli the
Colonial i >ffi managed the
business of sending out a water-
works expert Of coins' His
Excellency di I n i charact. ris
I Of 1 I own \,'r,| s,
Dut i ren i be drawn
Krom our point
j X| '' it is l pitv that we are
x'e of them over
this same harboui sche...... Have
they, foi someo. uli n is in, do
cided beforehand in that w< 11
'"" >" have a dee| I harbour.
II tins should appear to I e Ihe
a things levelop, we hop
,iH' House and the G ivernmeul
will! prepare to de< ide the
question the P;,s1 ex-
periei ce ,u ki m mj of us of
Crown Vgeni I u
"": ''" i ii to us to
have defi rred unduly to t
It is good to si i the pre ut
Gov< rnoi showing some hide
pendem i
**
11 hi ii from 11 \|. s. "Her
miune" se< med to be i njoying
;"' m":! i quiet sort of way
after landing yesterd ly. We
will hazard the statement that
'" equal nuinbei ol wintei ex
CUfsi '' VOUl I nOl spend t
lime. We I
ill i e drinks
taken h -i. ii ii no), | ,re ,,
! tendency I Sll
"urN.ivy, .nd we h
lnal I iverage of abstaining
111111 " tins |m> ulai >hip ib
hiirh,
paign is dead. When the Tory Gov. to carry Mails and Freighl
scheme to delay ii by keeping and in Ihe lasl is years, I think.
stipulated iu that co itract how
mud sp ii i hall be given to us
for freight and how much pei
barrel. P irhaps so n^o i
will say tIn r is a di W
tween Charter and Corfrracl
I will Hi w there is for this
time .in I say that we m -an
m ". to har er a boat m i i'hU
I lome Rule unsettled has bi i i
finally defl tted, '. le Land Cam-
paign will prove, itself t i be
vei\ much alive, and kicking.
Mrs. Sarah I'.. Farrington wife
of Mr. John II. I- ,iii igton, \-
sistant Lighl i at Elb > v
Reefs lightho ise died s id
denly on S in I ly morning : ,:i' so m batter o >po
i >s four in. In i the youngi I :l ' ' : Ul1" ,1:
of whonv is three m inths old
The Tribune ten rs its ivmpi
thies with the husband an
dren and other relatives I
deceased.
j
The Lighthi u Tend i "Ca
narvon" a rived this moi i
from the Leward and Nort! er-i
lightstations.
Co
St
to
w
do
thi
- ii
th
1111
to'
a
fjr a iiu nl >ei ol j cars is to
Now sir, i i to the V'i nture.
fh ; i n - men have n
I)- en tin venturer: ex epl in thi
c ise i if S, S. I- it n and .1 >haiine<
I i \ ia (moi of 111i-
I iovei madi
ml acts and freight i ites
i ii ul our g I ". n on th isteami: ihev hired
Mi C. C. Mm i- r. i\ d i W 1 howl if the <'. >\
A les I d \ 11< 11 ren and 11
thus ^ >tores and h feet right to
"Franc 1 s i ling today at but tt.i no co in ii
Noon 8o passengers j* sa I- this, as I have >tal I
Mails. Passed st a.n boat in
tion O. K.
..*
X hi. X. I'
I
I.
an
ii i
on
the last yea
n Do ii
lia\ e
: \\ V. & C. S. S. Co
Jo le 15th, 191 to conn
-1 Tnbui N : n il iI
j : j
To thi l
Permit me to
1 dil rial ol this a
plain to yi u mid your read
if I can, what you require.
The resoluti >n ol ihe Cham-
ber of Commerce should hav
been published i ;tenso, tlu
- ime as all o1 ei 1 solutions of
Public Bodi
li .11 was pa 1 .
repn senling the I'm m Com
inunity. to strength n the ha 1
;
to tie1 en tl 'I
nil I. Thi
pay ivided they
Ua\ e taken advanta (1 of the
\ teriran Postal I 1 iv, a Inch
es M ri ed i n A
I Ins resolu Ship w iIi Vmeric 1 ,
1 ne C. of C, f i-o I F 1 a
km >l So we ire not sui
ill g< il ! mails in the
lays
''' Tarn
"ompany,
i-i we si 1
ve that $4!),
' I am surpos
not comrnJl
of C, lor tii
that it is the
1 ki
lo noi :
firsl iiami I -
, but i .. \
I & I ,
1 iwei III;;
aftei ai ]-
and van
gel r. 0
11 nl [l e "A
1 n d 11 a d
1 boal
wa t o do n
ion
U 1 .
that 1
all our I

1 il I th-
nplish (
s dep nd on
team is
I .II''
to rai 1
V

I!
If
1
V 's
I
ft
lllUiili t ii i-,iu il 111' 11(11- i 1 t * "I i fl< I I I
of the Govei 1 11 nt. 1 is si nplj ie 11 future if il
this; it asks ii, Gov. in Couu- 'tter in ot lei pa
I I I I e . I J : 1
ga nu sav it will
lo the burdi.....f I a
I hr e s ou read the not i- ol
N V .V C. M S. S. ( ... n,e
Nassau Guardian, that tin
ing N V on !;i
cil to chai er a boal arm
will pledge ourselves to pa 1
freight ran we h v b- e 1 pa )
ing to \\ .1 I I.in- for 15
v 1/ 1 ts. pe b irrel ind 5%,
r mil it tin re is .1 shoi t-
age the < iovei 11111 snt nu et the
lossas a subsidy 1 it t lis bi lal 1
bring Mail ind 1 is,
Ii ings oui I -a the new
b i jhl 1 it! ? Which me ins on
Let me ask you a question; Hour, grits meal, 32% hi
: n 1 whi 1 has tin Gov. < eas id j Now
charter steamers to run to rate is up t> 66ct, per b
i .1 I '
1*1 p
1 noi 1
11 er an) 11
. but ai
1 are about
ible at tune
large b
I night \
irauca'
I; .oui I mi
the an ->
No. ti this J
. b irrelf
:n 1 :--, mean
j ., and at
. 5 1400 m
\< it this
1 1 mail
\\ will
l',i' lye
Nassau from Ncv Yoi
1 1- md, day of June, 19 ,.
wl..... the contract vitli
York iV C M'til S. > ,-j .
end 'I.
I' 1 :. Ii cf and main otln
ti 'les lb iut ( ip. c. hlglli ; I il-
ls based 011 letti Fo 1 1 |)\
I Ii- I IC\ foi 1 i| I
.....si: :i ,ix n\ |,eil
1 he -J imes" of .-5th May says
the Governnienti Land Cam- I
*
V\ it differeno is the, be- that body uirnn nously 1
twei 11 tin I 'Charter' 1 I cept it
'Conti .- a [881 It is esti >, ,, ,3
when I begin to import goods J Wurd Line n*w jioo.ooo a
from New York, the Ward Line year. X , rates will
has had a cantract with our make it at least -'1 1 more.
Sir,
I your ai I
you ask whs- tl
wai s ild I bel
i


Mr. |
ill ;m lo.ooo even' eai
rjj-i il the Tribune
M] tl e acti >n 01
Inis. It has i
In in-i real \
ei formed,
v mu il I th
i ners
tntili i ' ' ii
to ru In i
n. in
H C IITI
in .. ihl;
m it of bad
\ d
b I

r, to in;i! .1
. I
it .: (her w ul
1 i u*d
Co !
,< i
I Oil |' li
f i. Sh
on power I
v j |
1 >. have
cl to
S. S
to static i
' i'
il

the S
iging
ul fni a .
Is. here to go
Fifteen I
it. & Pn
5 "r ', ' i
I) i
est< rday,
the "Anttliia"
elieve that the
n is 'ii was extravagane. Por
haps als the sti ings were in
pulled as to make it a failure.
\s to wh ) pulled such strings it
is liarjj t. judge, but anyhow the
\'.'is tn make things easier
Ward Line
Yours
NOT \ MERCHANT
jt
Gi rorv T i vii
C>\ '.I u.
J11111 i j i ,; |
11 r Mr Ed tor
Jusl .i p ice f ii this puli! c I
tii'ii and the i I am finished in
i ue ol h May ;i 1 tei
I having t i i i "
\ ......it If he
- led to
I i 'mi th rutl Ii I
.Mill iav been
i if such colossal absurdities
and negatives; as to the trying
tati to gel Rokei
pla for another I d ;fv any on<
(o st p foi ward and confirm it.
II- I ab-iul : Mitl -
that don't I.other one, il he
n an I .ii iws not his
i do
T e writei ch to be n
; ind t i >es'm np| e u
l;i' i
It'1- I i I

"

such extraordinar qml'fical i
an ordin school I >ul I
teach him for a 1 in lime t i
come.
I 'I m't know ;it what time th
cam iat the C<>\ e
to enable him to vouch for i
ithsol in Rol
if. it \ mid ii i\e I" en just
lanly to put I ei tenth.
\\ hat about the 11 May when
W"i,' r al >ug with others went
thro ijjh tl stre ' beating dm ns
'ii ,' inj ause what i ver'
tnd huh .. as i
in
Tin n [entl len here
\ i- hi wli i witnessed this
i rr v i ng i in a nd remarked, I a I
- ii plai: #ii .i > n bo;
- nan it the Covi nust h
mi slei |M'i,' ntherw
v 0 i. fe11 \t I i i
food on insisting in
n nisi
Vours Trult
KOR r II' rl I il.
.*
RADIOGRAMS
ith 1914.
New York, 13.The A men
can Liner "New York" and the
!'.. mburg American Liner"Vic
'ii a' colli le I in a fog about
-''. miles east of N'autucket at
three i'i lock this morning ac-
cording to a wireless'message
received at the American Line
.The captain of the "N sw
\ k sent only a brief mess ige
I lows, Vi :toria collided
Vorl;," not injun I
(11 lages slight, fog."
''hie 1:0, 1 j.-!" St e
> 1 k of Calumet on South Mi
' 11 \\ e. was cl led by the
Sti te Rank exa niner tod 1 .-.
! h overies which were made
ui ing the inspection of the
bo ! 1. resulte I it is said in I
d 1 -1 on to clo th Si it' Bank
of Calumet
B rlin 1 j The / ppelin air
sup of the German army was
broki n in two near Diedinhofe n
to lay with great damage to the
.or id injuries to a
nt, h /asa member ol the
1 I h 11 lent was the r<
Isul of a storm and happened
h.le th airship was llvi 1
from C to \letz,
i-igioi 1 riie
11 In
\ ii..1.1 I'n
:
. :: ted al
it i> hell \' ;
to I 1 tilial progi
1 l\ made at Niag ira Kails
h is < in ouraged heliefthat I lu< 1
ta will he out by the middle of
ie \t week and the task of re-
storing 0 un.
Loud hi, 13 Coji nel Roos
veil arrived here from Paris this
moi ning and .1 net b) \m
idoi Page 1 id I i" limb is
s '.tail and Ma] 11 Ai thui 11.
I , a guest the Colonel
will be for the weekened. Among
t ie guests present of 130, were
t ie Spanish Ambassador, the
top of London, Henry Jai
I 11I Cur;
Princi t hi, 13.Pn sident Wil
11 came h re today to at)
gradu ition ex al
i' el m Univers tj He w 11
\\ ash ing ton toni :ht.- j
C 1 1 I lie Bienni il
r.tion of the general fede
1 .11 .11 of women's clubs passi d
.1 0 iluti in endorsing the
Mien'-, suffr 1 ie movement. The
hit ion offen d by Mrs K I
Dinutato ol California was
adopted by a \ iva voce v< >te.
1 hi re was but little opp isition
Jamestown, .\. J. 13.Three
a; a w re killed today when a
lake shore train ran into an au-
tomobile m ivhicli thev were
riding at .1 crossing near here.
Meadow Brook, 15The
fust game ol a series 01 three,
between the United States and
England for the International
Polo 1 Up was played here this
rnoon in the presence of
thirty thousand spectators and
was won by England eight and
.1 half to tho 1
San Bern irdino, Cal. 13.
[*wo p issengers were killed and
si '.' 1 injured when a locomo
in ! 1,. hed into a freight tram
last night at Bagdad n< ar here.
Athens 14 That war be
Greec< d Turkey is in
as the result of pera cu
tr a and expulsion of ireeks by
Ottoman officials is openly as-
serted today by the newspaper
! I -tia" which is considered aS
ring the majority of < in 1
public opinion
London 14.- Col. Theodi 11
Ri 1 isevi li ai 1 i\ed in I ondiin
yi sti 1 fi m the Continent
1 on lie. Mrs. I .< >; _w 1 th
i uighter and Philip K' 1 isi
Vi I his 1 usin
I. ,i| The 1 up < iiil
I
II -a-
led ami fi t
if sin Id I
"Resi ilute" she would have to
allow h minutes.) seconds in the
cup course of 30 mil
The Motor Boat
VIM
WILL run from Rawson
Sq. to II. M. S. "Her-
tnione" fr ira 2.30 to 5 p.m.
on Mondaj and Tuesday, 14
and 15th.
Iriji js. .InUl 1 on is.
Ri iund
!% tmss
Lost
A FOI MAIN PEN hi
twi m M li kel wharf an 1
'd.nly Smith" Shoe store.
Finder will be rewarded on
returning same to rribuni
()llh e.
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune


s
Creek station which will relieve
the congestion of that school.
LENNOX K.FONSYTH.
FRBSH CfetBK, Andros,
There are Five schools in this
District. 1 WO Uoaid schools and
the balance church sen all of a
very elementary nature.
An additional room is being put
on to the school house a! Staniard
Creek. This was needed.
1. A. ROBINSON
i 1.) he continued)
Imperial
Theatre
Wednesday, 17th June
Animated Weekly
Night
with 2 Reels full of in ten st-
ing events
Also
The $10,000 Bride
It happened on
the Beach
And
The Branded
Six Shooter
FRESH JUST ARRIVED
AT TOOTE'S
199 EAST RAY STREET
VEGETABLE SEEDS
Asparagus
fret
Cabbage
Carrot
Cauliflower
Celery
Cucumber
Egg I'laiit
Kob Rahi
Lettuce
Watermelon
antaloup
Oki.i
PMrsta
Onion
Pepper
Radish
Spinach
Squash
A SALE
OF Useful an'ji Fancy
tides and l^ght Refn
ments will D.N I Take p
at the Baptist ission 11
r- astfttl&r'. et ( hind /I
DESIRES lo inform his
and the Public that 1
lentlne
Turnip
Hush Beans
Extra Early Red Vi
Long "Yellow Early Six weeks
Stringiest Green Rod
Refugee or 1000 In i.
Hudson Wax
Luna Beans
Also Flower Seeds
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
friends
I e has
Tomato'just received a complete outfit of
I facilities for the buisnessol an un>
jdertakei, which places him in a
position lo carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to Ins care with
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits thou patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that they
are the very lowest for the fust class
work.
Bap
i6th
Bta el ( 'hind
Church: on Tue
ne at 3 p.m.
Admission Free
;i Jim
Notice
I the 31M
111st. I
be at wmk from
to 5 p.m. instead of
A F IK
la Wl
0.30 a.m
I a.m.
Light repairs in Black-
smithing. Horse-shoeing a
specialty. Best Leader Hoi
shoe nails, the safest nails for
driving. All sizes of Rubber
Channels just received, no
Extra light steel horse shoes
of all sizes.
Cleveland Marshall
Mi. |. L. Saunrlert' Bay L t
6d. 9d.
Is.
Gasi
line is
Test. We do ii"t se
0
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax a com-
1 lete iinisli and poli' h for .11 furniture,
Wi m> I wi 'ik ai il II m iffi
Johnson's Wood Dye for the artistic
|i ai.' if .ill wood, s,,ft or
Johnson's Under Lac a l| iril
finish, very much sn| eriot to thellac <>i
v;n nisji
Johnson's r lt Wood Finish
beautiful, artistic, hand rubbed effect
wni.'iui Iht x| rise i'f rubbins
Johnson's PasI* Wood Filler I I
filling tlu era in and | irei of wood,
prOpai f- it for thfl liinsh
Johnso-i's Powdered Wax -fur ball
I i > Mil tl H 1^
FOR. SALK BY
BEST line is 70 Chas. E. Albury
Latest
Here we are aga
\ COMBINED Two
excursion and Picnic
I [arbour Maud, and lo T
Islands where the Picnic wi
given.
The Motoi Boat "Vim"
leave Rawson Sc,. at io p
si arp) "ii Satiiu1. y .ith Jul}'
II arbour Island nd w ill It
I larbnut Island al lop. m, N
day July f>th fur Nassau.
At g it m. Monday 6th the
tnp*vill be made for the Pi
iikI the last boat horn the Pi
will be 6 |> in.
A
cr>'(
i asion,
FARES. Rou d tripinc
ing Picnic and d tncing.
Shillings.
Tick' IS must bi taken bj
a. in. Saturday Julj i from
loins Isaacs or W, Hall
will furnish ;dl information
it.
Notice
1 Moses Stubbs of Arthurs
1 ow ii left my wife Juleta in
my house and pmvided for her
and now she left mj borne ith
out my i msent or without mj
Knowledge ol her leaving. This
is to notify tin- public that I a n
free from all her iiidebtedne; >i
an) otlier debt she ma) hen after
transact and thai I exempt her
from all my benefit!* and sup
i>->rts so long a- s ie re nainsout
of my house.
MOSES STUBBS.
I I-la.
19tb \\ 1 il, la (.
5 Reward
1H"IVK IMI'\I.....>, l 11 ,
I- I .lllil 1 ll I II |l ill. 111V [ I
ion who u ill gi ve infm 1 ntioii imt
Will lead t the iippri he isioil unl
eonvio11 on of mv neri 1 111 p^fsons
steaIws! or s !11 >_; 1 pint* i:>|)l-*s
rom 111 v ciiliiv itioni in the U'uif
Road.'
\V.\I. I I h' K. MOORE
BI T we do sell and v\ill
continue to sell
Standard Oil Co.
Gas dme I est your Gaso
11 L/V I I r 1 1 .
\ dancing pla'form wi|
eted ;it Tlircefd*.lands foi
The I. C. S. Kno
'. cann< t grow |
apples it any
"W
ine
We
ne. w e invite comp u ison
with any in the City.
Price 22cts. per gallon in
50 gallon Drums. Customers
using 100 gals, or over per
Month 20c. gallon.
Watch our Notice foi Ker-
osene in June.
C. C.SAUNDERS
Nassau, N. P., M.i>- 18th, 1911.
The Vogue and
Au Bon Marche
Stores
A UP showing Ladies I ine
While Hats in the latest
leading shapes,
also
A few samples of line Hals
and Flowers.
Shingles
Rest No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress
Shingles al f9.fi 1 per ihou-
- ml of 20 bundh s
Discounts on lots of nvct
50: ,0 shingles.
Special Price
aPo on cheaper gradesalso .
5'm. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. T
p,icr,nad--p1ssli,i(.i.yav(av :;;,,;,,,,.;;;;, ;;;;;;f,.
Analysis with
Agriculturi
enable price and the rea
vveareall groping in tlu
We are just guessing:
need / Know."
) xtracl from Commit
ei Albury's Rep1 rt Iron
mis Harbour
a I. C. S. Kn
hev will teach \i
arriving evet y
large purchase.
Fresh stock
week.
(' C 5A UN PER ^
\oi 1. 1..
1"" 111S is in inform my Patrons
ami till" I'll Ii'"'" 111 ii'ii'i .11
dial I li.io- 1.-. 1 - 1 my Public
1 llm 1. S Muii SlMip; and am now !
rend) to i n- ia oil ii 1 it "1 111 ivork I lorie
Shoeing *Hi>-ciiilly. All work done
Mechanically.
P. \. HUYLER.
I". > St, [East Whaifj
See II.
Large Engl
Turkish
Size 1 feel a in. x 2
lor saIi: at
Williams1 Novelty St|
537 539 Bay-street,


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