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Rome: —The earthquake victims fat Avezzano number ao.ooo. A whole earrison there was destroyed. Twenty other towns were wiped out. Some eyewitnesses say thiit the disaster was gipater than that at Messina. The total number of victim* are still estimated at more than 50.100. Chicago: Wheat touched the aim si record price of 1.43 3.8 today. Thare was a riot in the pit during the excited bid< Columbia, South Caiolinn:— Governor Blense resigned to-day, five days before hi* tenn ended, and when i:e was to I e succeeded by Governor-elect Manning. London.— A despatch from Amsterdam state that British aviators fl positions. Ottawa.-The British govern mini tO-rlay notified Canada that it will offer foi sale a large num her of German merchant ships. itral countries M i ll he allowed to bid Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5in.Cyprcs Shingles at (9.60 per thoussand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price i< en FOR RENT \ well St. uth Side) in two apartm< nts ,| the 1 ill. immi KENNETH'SOLI or C. T HARRINGTON 30 Dei 1 ,!.} NOTICE 'J'ii!'. Business heretofore carried on by ihr late John Alfred will be continued nuclei tli" same name by the under d Pruti < a and Executors to his Estate. Mi Clarence Thorpe Earrington, who has ;in interest in the business, will be Manager thereof. KENNETH SOLOMON • T. FAItRIKGTON I'rustees and Ex< utors. Nassau, ist Dec. 1914, OVER 1£>00 Pairs Boots and Shoes being added to an already replete stock Williams the Shoeman is again opening up one of those Sample Lots of Boots and Shoes in a limited number of sizes as follows, viz:— Men's Boots and Shoes in sizes | from 6 to 7J Women's boots and hoes in sizes from 3i to 4^ Misses Boots and Shoes in sizes from 12$to 1 The acure your size at HTILI 1AMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277 and 27D Bay St City D E'MRK'* " inf..tin In and the PUIIIH' ilwt NOTICE ALL persons having claims against the Estate of the late John Alfred are requested III render the same duly Hi tested, and those indebted 'thereto to make payment to Kenneth Solomon one of the Exi 1 utors of his will. KENNETH SOLOMON C. T. FARI 1NGTON Executors. Nu.ssau, 16th Dec. 1914. Mapes Fertilizers / now carry in lock the %  ing forma: 1 < apple.— It ll • %  TOVen that thi |ual and a visit to fields using same will coi ( e Vegetable. —Now is the ti 1 to use tins and inert your yield in I omatoes, Potatoes, Onions and nil other vegetables by too per cent. Orange Tree. — To assist the! growth of Young Citrus Tree. I Frtlit and Wine.— Increase the yield and growth of old Citrus trees. For further information and books on the use of these fertilizers, please applv to WALTER K. MOORE Anenl for Mn^'s Fertiliser in the Hnhatnat. Ills II If-lills 1 I e li..s |u-l ierfivr.1 ii i"!ii|iVii" %  'ii • III 1 I f.ic'lnies fe innitsi'-d hi Ii"erne wi'li vv'fiii IIIHI di-.|i;iii-h ; soul if--i'r! 11111 v solicit* llieii p'Hi < %  _: %  %  • 1 n,v Pi ice* lii l RI il puivi* llwi ll -•• %  re tinveiV l'iwel fm die fn-l < I 'sS work. from his Dairy Farm on Fast Shirley Street, opposite Williams Street. Orders may be ; delivered at his Stote on East Bay St. No. 528, 'Phone No. 1 it".. Delivery at from 7a.m. to to a.m., and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary Bottles. Many germs make milk impure, In Knowles' milk no germs are found ; Look at the bottled in which its sold, at Knowles who takes them nil around. Milk like his needs no lartom eter, In verifii-ation of its strengtu, Liquor pur* nee impura Knowles would never go that length. LOOK: The following Blank form* mav be had at "The I'rihune" Duty Entry. free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging A Nicies. Snip's Reports. In quantities at Special Kale-. GASOLINE mis and 10 Cialh n Price one shilling Ion. All 1 n \ a ii* ncelled. SAUNDKRS l asi Bay St. Xassai S P. Jan. Sih IQI V N I" C per I prit es C. SPECIAL. From and after this date, 1 Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson'* FrcpAred Wax -a I.Ic-11 lii' mil imlwh for RII torn 11ure W In-rk HUII II %  • 1Johnson's Wncfi Dye — flirtht artistic t~ui: oilorinp I HII wimri, mft or liar.I Depots tor the sale Ol Ttic j.^naon's Under Lac pspirit TRIBUNE, viz : finish, van much U|nrini t'.i tnellai % %  < DIOCKSAN BOOK S IORE jXlSn'.. rut Wood r.n,.h u. the following Shops will For Results Advertise in if~he Tribune Bay St., City. Iiiiiutiful. I( H|\'s( )\' ( 'niniT without 1'" M| r-ui-f ol riilihin U. juriNSU.N, corner John on „ p M „ wood ArniDowdeswell and strong Streets, V. R. INGRAHAM, Market Street, South. F. GARNER, Corner hay and Dorchester Streets. Illliim' tl ti '.'ii\ hand luhla il illi-lc t, Filler fr rt ..f HI.HI, Kiniii aiiil |niii-i nl lirei'iii I"-' I thr tiin-li Johnson's PimdoreJ Wax fm Oil romn fl< K •! %  -. FOR. SALE BV Chas. E. Albury



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Nulllus *.idle im (urare in verba miviiiitrl. Burin bound to %  wefvr to the Dogma.* of no Matter. VOL. XII. Nassau. N. P.. Be.he.mo.*. Friday. Je.mie.ry IS, 1915 L. UILBKKT DTJPOCH, Edilur jni( I'vprietor OFKICK: 4i MAKKKT BTRBRT \assau, S. I', Hnhnmas TIN INK aw. P, o. BOX MB. PUBLISH* I) DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday— single copy Tuesday, anl Tliursd.iy -single coj.y Saturday— single Copy Weekly M'lutliiv i s. Quaitnlv 4~. Half Yemly < e-. Yearly 1 8s. I'AYAItl.i: IN AOVANi i !<1 id I Id 5'I fl M Advertising Kates:—8i pence per line For first infertion; three pence irr line for second insertion ; and one penny j>er line for sulisriuent insertions. Advertisements under ei^lit lines 4s. JUT PUBLISHED AT 1 P.M. mi; POLICE BAND CONCEH 1. Although the thermometer was not at all ambitious of netting Up in the world last evening, the lovers of music did not share in the like view as was evidentml by the contingent furnished from every district. East, West, North and •wiutll, and they were well repaid fur their loyally to the di vi:ie Muse. The sharp atmospheres eined lu have fired the musicians 10 incnl. rate a greater decree itf wanntli and it wuuli! be haul'.osi \ whether it a fit cted one of the srries so excellently rendered more than another. The attendance was unusually good,and it hail noihi \^ to cavil about in the quality of 'he Con. cert. There IS one thins c.Tlain, if the retirement of Mi. Cneii from the Grand Stand means that we shall be de[)nved ol one of tint the least ol our education il advan. tages-we shall feel it a tenible deprivation, which m iy the Rod of music avert. 'I'lie S. S. "Miami" arrivetl tliis morning from Miami, I la with 29 passengers. The S. S. "Mexico" sailed from New York at noon yesterday (Thursday) for Nassau, with 5a passengers. —:o:— %  C irgo shipped byS.S."Vigilancia" bound foi New York, Januaiy 141I1 1915 jo Ills, shells, 422 hales sponge, 23 hales refuse sponge. 832 bales sisal, 40 bales sisal waste, 38 bales bark, 3 bis, bark sift togs, 12 tons lig. iiomvitae, 2447 dates tomatoes, 3 Crates fruit, 22 empty gasoline drums, 4 empty gas drums, 5 pcs. old met A I, 6 lulls, skins, 4 pkgs. sundries. January 14th 1915. London, 13th. Governor, Bahamas. Official news January 13th; The Frenfh government reports severe fighting at various points. The Russian government also report lighting at various points. After a nighi attack on the village of Samice, tlip Germans left live hundred dead. (Signed) HARCOURT. Paris: Marine Ministry denies flatly that the dreadnought Courbet was sunk by Austrians, as stated from Vienna. The Courbet was not near the al leged scene of ennflect, nor was any French vessel sunk anywhere. It is further denied that the Jean Mart was damaged One vessels received minor injuries in the Adriatic. London:-—There is n lull in the fighting along the western front Reports reaching here tell of huge German roinforeementi being rusned to Motz, for meeting French invaders of Alsace while Paris hears of a new army about to go to Alsace under General Gillieni. Aeroplanes of the Allies are said to have set fire to Antwerp oil works Fans: — Storms are throwing up great sand dunes along the battle front in Belgium, and snow and rain interfere with to cut short the discussion of ship-purchase bill will be met by perations in France, but artilfilibustering >n theii part lery actions have been fierce neat 1 '"' e I,'. ssemblebatt.fships Nieuport, Perthes, Arras, " t h ^TaJLTJ 7. it'Jl ,,, , abandoned. I here are only three Rhetmi and in Argonne and fo W|ld „, veS9eN to jo j n ha Alsace. Cams are reported by |; r;imH prade. Congress will the trench excepting at one | be „,| F"K Iii ; i, "^' r ''; forms by the granting of absolute !divorce Any judge in Mexico, if Washington.-Wilson's Indiahe cares to take the chances of na pel is speech and his Mexican Carranza re-seating himself, mav policy we, e it tacked by Republinow annu | a marriage. Bigamy cans m 1 lie h<> u -e. I he debute Was fa, nPen ac lJ e ,l to Mexico's 0th< precipitated ove, SenaU)rt.iimminsj MK .j H | irregularities. lesolution asking 'he piesident to 1 indicate what the government pro* r ., ,"",'" 1.1 .1 ,r si ondon 14th, posed to do with the Mexican cos, • 1, , Liovei inn loins collected dur ng the occupation of Vera Cruz A-tion was deferred until tomorrow. Senator Cummins voiced the wish that the president he confined more closely to the "Exercise of his constitution. a I powers", Mexico City:—General (interne/ is to be president but there is some doubt whethei Zapata will consent to the convention arrangement. January 15th 191 s London:—Conflicts huge and small have bearing on the whole w.-r situation. Russia has resumed the offensive on the frozen lakes in Fast Prus sin. The 'I urks have occupied the Persian town of Tabriz, mtlie Ru•inn sphere of influence, and they threaten to advance on Egvpt. l.ngland denies that two O.erman subaunines had been fired upon and sunk by batteries at Dover. Washington;—t lobson will carry his fight fm more bati l> ships into the house, lie wants more than the rommiitee will ireommend. The naval committee is favourable to a bill calling for l heexpenditure of ii-orly one hundred and fiftv mi'lmn dollars. New York.—SenatorLodgeand Ciallinger leaders of the minority in the uppn branch of the national legislature have served notice on the Democratsthat anyattempt Mali 1 mas. Official new* lamiMiy 14th: I • French Government reports very bitter flyhtiny N I tin *t of sons, French troops (all back slightly at one point. I'll* Russian •nim-Mi reports some progress i HSI Prussia, l/iere have been furtherTuikish defeats in the Caucasus. (Sign, d) MARCOURT PICKED UP Official statement from both Pins and Berlin indicate notable gains for the Germans near -oisBons, where the French have been unehh: ti tecover the lost ground at Alost and on Vregny Plaif>s where the Kaiser himself is Said* to h 1 e witnessed Fienrh reverses. In Poland the Germans reports say they are advancing and have Captuiedlmnny prisoners on the road to Warsaw, while conditins are unchanged elsewhere on the frontier. No important statements have OOme from London or ''etiograd. Consiatlnnple: The Tur Itish armv assisted bv Persians i< ad. vanci'ig in Persia to throw off the Russian yoke. The Turks ha\e had notable progress and success. In Egypt the tribesmen of the British army have surrendered to the Turkish vanguard. Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nulllus *.idle im (urare in verba miviiiitrl.
Burin bound to wefvr to the Dogma.* of no Matter.
VOL. XII.
Nassau. N. P.. Be.he.mo.*. Friday. Je.mie.ry IS, 1915
L. UILBKKT DTJPOCH,
Edilur jni( I'vprietor
OFKICK: 4i MAKKKT BTRBRT
\assau, S. I', Hnhnmas
tin ink aw. P, o. box MB.
PUBLISH* I) DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday
single copy .........
Tuesday, anl Tliursd.iy -single coj.y
Saturdaysingle Copy
Weekly ............
M'lutliiv ...........is.
Quaitnlv........ 4~.
Half Yemly............ Yearly ............18s.
I'AYAItl.i: IN AOVANi i
!<1
id
I Id
5'I
fl
M
Advertising Kates:8i pence per line
For first infertion; three pence irr line
for second insertion ; and one penny j>er
line for sulisriuent insertions.
Advertisements under ei^lit lines 4s.
JUT PUBLISHED AT 1 P.M.
mi; POLICE BAND
CONCEH 1.
Although the thermometer was
not at all ambitious of netting Up
in the world last evening, the
lovers of music did not share in
the like view as was evidentml by
the contingent furnished from every
district. East, West, North and
wiutll, and they were well repaid
fur their loyally to the di vi:ie Muse.
The sharp atmospheres eined lu
have fired the musicians 10 incnl.
rate a greater decree itf wanntli
and it wuuli! be haul'.osi \ whether
it a fit cted one of the srries so ex-
cellently rendered more than an-
other.
The attendance was unusually
good,and it hail noihi \^ to cavil
about in the quality of 'he Con.
cert. There IS one thins c.Tlain,
if the retirement of Mi. Cneii from
the Grand Stand means that we
shall be de[)nved ol one of tint the
least ol our education il advan.
tages-we shall feel it a tenible
deprivation, which m iy the Rod
of music avert.
'I'lie S. S. "Miami" arrivetl tliis
morning from Miami, I la with 29
passengers.
The S. S. "Mexico" sailed from
New York at noon yesterday
(Thursday) for Nassau, with 5a
passengers.
:o:
C irgo shipped byS.S."Vigilan-
cia" bound foi New York, Januaiy
141I1 1915
jo Ills, shells, 422 hales sponge, 23
hales refuse sponge. 832 bales sisal,
40 bales sisal waste, 38 bales bark,
3 bis, bark sift togs, 12 tons lig.
iiomvitae, 2447 dates tomatoes,
3 Crates fruit, 22 empty gasoline
drums, 4 empty gas drums, 5 pcs.
old met A I, 6 lulls, skins, 4 pkgs.
sundries.
January 14th 1915.
London, 13th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official news January 13th;
The Frenfh government re-
ports severe fighting at various
points. The Russian govern-
ment also report lighting at
various points. After a nighi
attack on the village of Samice,
tlip Germans left live hundred
dead.
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
Paris: Marine Ministry de-
nies flatly that the dreadnought
Courbet was sunk by Austrians,
as stated from Vienna. The
Courbet was not near the al
leged scene of ennflect, nor was
any French vessel sunk any-
where. It is further denied that
the Jean Mart was damaged
One vessels received minor in-
juries in the Adriatic.
London:-There is n lull in
the fighting along the western
front Reports reaching here
tell of huge German roinforee-
menti being rusned to Motz, for
meeting French invaders of Al-
sace while Paris hears of a new
army about to go to Alsace un-
der General Gillieni.
Aeroplanes of the Allies are
said to have set fire to Antwerp
oil works
Fans: Storms are throwing
up great sand dunes along the
battle front in Belgium, and
snow and rain interfere with
to cut short the discussion of
ship-purchase bill will be met by
perations in France, but artil- filibustering >n theii part
lery actions have been fierce neat1 '"'e I,'. ssemblebatt.fships
Nieuport, Perthes, Arras, "th ^TaJLTJ 7. it'Jl
,,, abandoned. I here are only three
Rhetmi and in Argonne and fo W|ld , veS9eN to jojn ,ha
Alsace. Cams are reported by |-;,r;imH prade. Congress will
the trench excepting at one | be ,| point near Perthes where some programme. Shi] 1 will he going
ground was yielded. Ithmugh 1 he canal from February
N'ew York:One person was'26th to Maich 10th providing
killed and much damage done there are no slides,
last night by severe rain and Vera Crut.- General Carranz.i
gale which prevailed all nignt. hMad?d^ ,n> F"KIii;i,"^'r'';
forms by the granting of absolute
!divorce Any judge in Mexico, if
Washington.-Wilson's India- he cares to take the chances of
na pel is speech and his Mexican Carranza re-seating himself, mav
policy we, e it tacked by Republi- now annu| a marriage. Bigamy
cans m 1 lie h<>u-e. I he debute Was fa, nPen aclJe,l to Mexico's 0th<
precipitated ove, SenaU)rt.iimminsjMK.jH| irregularities.
lesolution asking 'he piesident to1 ,
indicate what the government pro* r ., ,"",'"
1.1 .1 ,r si ondon 14th,
posed to do with the Mexican cos- .
1, Liovei inn.
loins collected dur ng the occu-
pation of Vera Cruz A-tion was
deferred until tomorrow. Senator
Cummins voiced the wish that the
president he confined more closely
to the "Exercise of his constitution.
a I powers",
Mexico City:General (inter-
ne/ is to be president but there is
some doubt whethei Zapata will
consent to the convention arrange-
ment.
January 15th 191 s
London:Conflicts huge and
small have bearing on the whole
w.-r situation.
Russia has resumed the offensive
on the frozen lakes in Fast Prus
sin.
The 'I urks have occupied the
Persian town of Tabriz, mtlie Ru-
inn sphere of influence, and
they threaten to advance on Egvpt.
l.ngland denies that two O.er-
man subaunines had been fired
upon and sunk by batteries at
Dover. .
Washington;t lobson will carry
his fight fm more bati l> ships into
the house, lie wants more than
the rommiitee will ireommend.
The naval committee is favourable
to a bill calling for l heexpenditure
of ii-orly one hundred and fiftv
mi'lmn dollars.
New York.Senator- Lodgeand
Ciallinger leaders of the minority
in the uppn branch of the nation-
al legislature have served notice
on the Democratsthat anyattempt
Mali 1 mas.
Official new* lamiMiy 14th: I
French Government reports very
bitter flyhtiny N I tin *t of -
sons, French troops (all back
slightly at one point. I'll* Russian
nim-Mi reports some progress
i hsI Prussia, l/iere have been fur-
therTuikish defeats in the Cau-
casus.
(Sign, d)
MARCOURT
PICKED UP
Official statement from both
Pins and Berlin indicate notable
gains for the Germans near -ois-
Bons, where the French have been
unehh: ti tecover the lost ground
at Alost and on Vregny Plaif>s
where the Kaiser himself is Said*
to h 1 e witnessed Fienrh reverses.
In Poland the Germans reports
say they are advancing and have
Captuiedlmnny prisoners on the
road to Warsaw, while conditins
are unchanged elsewhere on the
frontier.
No important statements have
OOme from London or ''etiograd.
Consiatlnnple: The Tur Itish
armv assisted bv Persians i< ad.
vanci'ig in Persia to throw off the
Russian yoke. The Turks ha\e had
notable progress and success. In
Egypt the tribesmen of the British
army have surrendered to the Tur-
kish vanguard.
Wear Armbrister's
Shoes


Rome: The earthquake victims
fat Avezzano number ao.ooo. A
whole earrison there was des-
troyed. Twenty other towns were
wiped out. Some eyewitnesses say
thiit the disaster was gipater than
that at Messina. The total number
of victim* are still estimated at
more than 50.100.
Chicago: Wheat touched the
aim si record price of 1.43 3.8 to-
day. Thare was a riot in the pit
during the excited bid<
Columbia, South Caiolinn:
Governor Blense resigned to-day,
five days before hi* tenn ended,
and when i:e was to I e succeeded
by Governor-elect Manning.
London. A despatch from Am-
sterdam state that British aviators
fl Doon dropping many bombs on
i> positions.
Ottawa.-The British govern
mini tO-rlay notified Canada that
it will offer foi sale a large num
her of German merchant ships.
itral countries mill he allowed
to bid
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5in.Cyprcs
Shingles at (9.60 per thous-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
i< en
FOR RENT
\well St.
uth Side) in two apart-
m< nts ,| the
1 ill.
immi
KENNETH'SOLI
or
C. T HARRINGTON
30 Dei 1 ,!.}
NOTICE
'J'ii!'. Business heretofore car-
ried on by ihr late John
Alfred will be continued nuclei
tli" same name by the under
d Pruti < a and Executors
to his Estate.
Mi Clarence Thorpe Earring-
ton, who has ;in interest in the
business, will be Manager there-
of.
. KENNETH SOLOMON
T. FAItRIKGTON
I'rustees and Ex< utors.
Nassau, ist Dec. 1914,
OVER 1>00
Pairs
Boots and Shoes
being added to an already
replete stock
Williams the Shoeman
is again opening up one of
those Sample Lots of Boots
and Shoes in a limited
number of sizes as follows,
viz:
Men's Boots and Shoes in sizes |
from 6 to 7J
Women's boots and hoes
in sizes from 3i to 4^
Misses Boots and Shoes in sizes '
from 12$to 1
The a from thi (as others : .'^' ,-*^-M%
who have purchased before ;'ffi?tr?,r4' '
can attest) that \ou can se- /v^fjfVPf
lect the from a very ,
large variety of up-to-date!
- considerably
cheaper than regular lines
kept in s-.ock.
ZALL EARLY
NOTICE
THE well known
1
J Dairyman of the
East
THOMAS M. KNOWLES
V
Is now prepared to supply
also on cheaper grades- -also and deliver the purest milk
5in. Cypress at $6.73 per to be obtained
thousand of 20 bundles. I Ins
j price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDER9.
fa*
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
an >cure your size at
HTILI 1AMS' WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
277 and 27D Bay St City
DE'MRK'* " inf..tin In
and the PuIiIh' ilwt
NOTICE
ALL persons having claims
against the Estate of the late
John Alfred are requested III
render the same duly Hi tested,
and those indebted 'thereto to
make payment to Kenneth Solo-
mon one of the Exi 1 utors of his
will.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. FARI 1NGTON
Executors.
Nu.ssau,
16th Dec. 1914.
Mapes Fertilizers
/ now carry in lock the
ing forma: 1
< apple. It ll - TOV-
en that thi |ual
and a visit to fields using
same will coi ( e*
Vegetable.Now is the ti 1
to use tins and inert
your yield in I omatoes,
Potatoes, Onions and nil
other vegetables by too
per cent.
Orange Tree. To assist the!
growth of Young Citrus
Tree.
I Frtlit and Wine. Increase the
yield and growth of old
Citrus trees.
For further information
and books on the use of these
fertilizers, please applv to
WALTER K. MOORE
Anenl for Mn^'s Fertiliser
in the Hnhatnat.
Ills II If-lills
1 I e li..s
|u-l ierfivr.1 ii i"!ii|iVii" 'ii III 1 I
f.ic'lnies f Iiii-.it urn lii c.'ti rv nut I' iin- 1 1 Is 1 li.-t
iiirv l>e innitsi'-d hi Ii"- erne wi'li
vv'fiii iiihI di-.|i;iii-h ; soul if--i'r!
11111 v solicit* llieii p'Hi.....<_: 1
n,v Pi ice* lii l ri il puivi* llwi ll -
.re tin- veiV l'iwel fm die fn-l < I 'sS
work.
from his Dairy Farm on Fast
Shirley Street, opposite Wil-
liams Street. Orders may be
; delivered at his Stote on East
, Bay St. No. 528, 'Phone No.
' 1 it".. Delivery at from 7a.m.
to to a.m., and from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary
Bottles.
' Many germs make milk im-
pure,
In Knowles' milk no germs
are found ;
Look at the bottled in which
its sold, at
Knowles who takes them nil
around.
Milk like his needs no lartom
eter,
In verifii-ation of its strengtu,
Liquor pur* nee impura
Knowles would never go
that length.
look:
The following Blank form*
mav be had at "The I'rihune"
Duty Entry.
free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging A Nicies.
Snip's Reports.
In quantities at Special Kale-.
GASOLINE
mis and 10 Cialh n
Price one shilling
Ion. All 1 n \ a ii*
ncelled.
SAUNDKRS
l asi Bay St.
Xassai S P.
Jan. Sih IQI V
N I"
C
per I
prit es
C.
SPECIAL.
From and after this date,1
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson'* FrcpAred Wax -a
I.Ic-11 lii' mil imlwh for rII torn 11ure
W.....In-rk huiI II 1-
Johnson's Wncfi Dye flirtht artistic
t~ui: oilorinp I hII wimri, mft or liar.I
Depots tor the sale Ol Ttic j.^naon's Under Lac p- spirit
TRIBUNE, viz : finish, van much U|nrini t'.i tnellai <
DIOCKSAN BOOK S IORE jXlSn'.. rut Wood r.n,.h u.
the following Shops will
For Results
Advertise in
if~he Tribune
Bay St., City.
Iiiiiutiful.
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Dowdeswell and
strong Streets,
V. R. INGRAHAM, Market
Street, South.
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Chas. E. Albury


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