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operation her declared untention of employing submarines and mines in the waters around the British Isles which she proclaimed a war zone, with the objective i I cutting oli the food supplief of the British people. In the meantime Germany, in developing her subm trine warfare, hasaddeda small si.' Ville de|Ville to her list of merchantmen %  sunk. The vessel was sunk of Cherbourg after the crew had been given time to take to the small boat*. Members of the submarine boarded the steamer and placed bombs in her interior, which later exploded. Regarding operations tin land a French communication tonight deolaies that there has been I, fighting both in Belgium and France. The French claim nat only to have maintained the ground 10. cently gained but to have captured German trenches and to ha erepelled macv German counter-attacks. An announcement from the German war office • %  iid that in the recent Russian defeat in the Mazurtan Lake region in East Prussia more than 50.000 prison* rs were taken. The Rnssians at the other end of the .Eastern front are also said to be in danger ai to a correspond) nt of a Berlin news; at the front. Germany's reply to the American note concern OIL: the rights of v< sels of the United in the u.u Eone around the British l-|<> s was deliverer! to American Amb sador Gerrard to.lay says a l despatch. Washington denies thai depres> sion in Amei icah industri. is due to the activity of the British against contraband shipping, but in a measure to possible destruction by submarine mines laid indiscriminately. Great Britain concedes trial food-stuffs intended for the civilian population of ,1 country are not contraband but asserts that she will take n taliati ry rn< asures against the t ierm in submarine campaign and -> 1 .. i qu ite compensation in a British prize court. This was in ide public tonight by mutual agreement tween the state department and The British Foreign < iffice Though cono deing that fo d Stuffs foi civilian population .' not contraband the British govern* ment points out that 'In anj u try in which 1 mtssuch tremendous organization for i\ar as now obtains in '<• rrnany there 1noi 1 11 division hetwe> n those for \the government is responsil r foi feeding and those whom n ii not." "It will be out endeavour to void idjury or oss lo ni utrals but the announcement of the German government that it is their intention to sink rnerchan their cargoes without verification of their nationality orcharacti 1 & without making any provision for the s ifety on non-combatanl crews or giving them saving their livj h ,ni for Hit Maji sty's G ven menl to consider what measures should be adopted to protect their interests. It is impossible for one belligerent to depart from the rules and precedents ami for the other to rem tin bound by them." Sir Edward !rey points out that only eight out of 773 ships sailing from tin United States for neutral European countries have been placed in prize courts and that only 45 have been temporarily detained to enable particular consignment in their cargoes to be discharged for the 1 court procei lin| I he French government reports a favourable day on the whole front, i ially rn I Champagne district where I kilometres of trenches taken with several hundred prisoners. l'lic Russsan government reports obstinate fighting near Augustow when: superior Ger'nan forces are trying to surround Russian w i I here lia\ e been some Rusin i e Carpathians In Buknu ina the enemy captured Noworna, and cros si d the Sereth Rivi r. (Signi d HARCOURT, 1 In G which comes into 11 eel at night lias riot been modified but most neutral ships will billow their sailing programi although much apprenhension is fel\ OVER 150U Pairs Boots and Shoes Being added to an already replete stuck Williams the Shoeman is again opening up one of thoseSami I >l B< N ITS and SHOES in a Limited Dumber of sizes as follows vi/; — Men's Boots and Shoes in si/.r-. from 6 to i\ Women's Boots and hoes in sizes from ->! to 4^ Mis from tajto 1 The advantage in purchasing from trst's lot is (as others who have purchased l>< can attest) that you can select the sizes from a very large variety of up-to-d stj It s at pi ices considerably cheaper than regulai Ih kepi in stot k. CALL EARLY and secure your size at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277 and 279 Bay St.City NOTICE. "-pill' 'TMUIU: hf the %  convenience of its many patrons lias, appointed nts in the several districts in the Island. The gentlemi n named below havi kindly undertaken to act for us and in ret eive any work for printing and to forward items ol oevi i" our columns, Mr. Solomon I inlayson, Fox 11,11. Mr. Saml. I.. I). Mmns. I I'ow lei and Sim [i 1 ist. W. A. Mather, !• >] htsT Ba) St. I Ti ote" Esq., East Bay St. Mr. F. A Colebrook, Easl St., South. Mr. Solomon 1). Sweeting, Ea I St., South. W. E F luntain, I q., Wi -1 Si South. Mr. Arthur S. Grist, Marlborou-jli Si Wi st. •^ LOST T hursday Morning F< by. t8 a small round Silver Purse, Monogram on one ide and year on Ihe other, Reward if returned to i Shirley Str. %  I or T r i l> u n e Office. Hire Shingles Best No. i Heart jin. Cypres Shingles at $9.60 per thous sand of 20 bundles 1 >i counts on lots of ovei 50OO shiti'j Special Price aKo on rheapi 1 grades 5m. C) press al 56-72 per thousand of JO bundles. This price made possible by a ierv large purchasi Fresh stock arriving 1 very wi el<. C. C SAUNDERS AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES APPLY TO J. P. SIMMS 47 MARKET STREET UfiSSAIT fc! E LOST A SILVER FOB CHAIN with si al attached, 1 mhi' ni gHlley and Fancy Anchor. Apply io TRIBUNE OFFICE Kerosen 1502 I N New 50 gallon Galvania. 1 d Iron l )rums at I& pei Gallon. In 10 gallon Cans • pen Gallon. Drums and Cans n turnabje Full particulars at Office "Frano s E.," Nassau N. P. C. C. AIJNDER Johnson's Artistic Wood. Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax a C WI : lish for nil luinituie w 1. Klwork and It %  Johnson's Wood Dye f i': I .ill w< "il. 10ft or hard Johnson's Under Lac .1 ifiiril till) ; I vat nisli Johnson's Fla.1 Wood Fini.h fori %  %  ilhl lit till1 I n Johnson's fasti Wood Fillei filling Hi'grain fen c*l wood, : :31. 1 • > 1 %  • H I' 1 Hie fi Johnson. Powdered Wax foi room (1. 11 rOR SALF. BV Chas. E. Albury 1



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1 r &~ Nullius Addicius l.viny in verba matflftrl. Belnc, bound to sweur io V Dojmns ol no fiser. VOL XII N&iaau. N.P.. Bsli-vma*. KRIUAr. TmTUm*9 19, 1913 .-JO. 74 L OtLBRRI DUPDCH, .': Htor jr. | Proprittor. OPTION: Corner Shirley & Cha.rlotle Sts r I Mb 'PHONE MO. P. 0, BOS 163. PUBLISHED DAILY "• ndPfi >y— •[•y Jd and Tliuflay tin ;1 eopy id Saturday -tingla copy Wefkly d Monthly i s. &d ,,v i • HalfYearly q ,. | '!y | | PAYABLE l\ ADVAN.'i: A.lv.'i-, i n|| |; t , SIM | % %  -.'-.• ,„., |i m it insertion: three pi n Mooi H, i 11 %  penny IMI Vilverl %  *•*PUBLISHED AT 4 P. M. COMPLEX RATHER *" Ou Thursday Evening Last an amusing imbroglois occurred not a mileawaj from the statue of II, i Latt.Vfajesty Quei n Victo/ia Within the walla of an ancient edifice, a scene was i n acted Miatwili irded in the annals of history and be Known to the rising generation under the Walter s, otiam titje of Tales of a grandfather. A gentleman who was desirous of listening to the learn e*ia id unlearned debates ema ndtiojjfrom Hie right and left batallion (excuse (he word that the war is the cause disposed his coV| rreal structure in the auti'i tie dilla allotted by the courtesy of the Honble, the Speaker. The Cerberus who guards die s icred precincts, ap proache I the form and sug %  ed that he should make Inujlel scarce; bui impressed with the fact and imp irtanre thai before the aforesaid C"< rberus I ad become full fledged, he could have occupied almost any mahogany Shearaton or Chippendale chaise which, he might h ive selected. Hut limes had i bang) d. And there had arisen "another king who knew not Joseph" and ; i h was politely escorted to the ranks of the oi /> ill >i, by a uniformed offii iaL 1 1 1 course that was enmme il him, but we do think that one who has occupied the exalted position of one of the represen tatives of the people should have the privilege formerly acI (d to such The rule i in exit tence is of modern compi lation. We think it a pity rather, while we do not Con. |demn or censure, because there may be good and valid re.c 1 >! course it would be rather apalling to see the disembodied spirit i of the ex-members of a c< nturj agi > all stalking in, and oc< upj ing the chairs provided by the generous I lonble.Speaker It would be a milllpn time-, worse thai) Kip Van Winkle with Snyder thrown in. V\ e learn that the Shop of Mr. W. Willerup was broken into sometime yesti rday and the sum of /_/,,, stolen. This affords food for reflection. 1 1 ive w e any banks in tht City? Don't ask where are the Police. We are glad to lear that Mr. Commandant is qjite well again. Latest War News ;o:— February igtli i')i ,. London i8th. Governor, Bahamas, Official news February 181I1: I'IM' Irencli Kvvernmeni rep iris ten lioBiilerounter.nii ick< repulsed in Champagne and Remy Posii inns ii ;i fi nnt ol 8'in me ties c ip In• i-.l near Beau* jour. The French capturi 11 joo prisoners, hatisfactorj progress made m niher points. I lie Russian government reports extiemely desperate lighting Bl certain parts on the right hank of the Vistula. In tin iei.i the enemy were repulsed \. iih severe % % %  %  Further • fourteen hundi i •' % %  rs and three machine guns captuud. Near Wkslkow a series ol tempestuous attacks were repulsed with heavy loss, one battalion lost entirely, bayonetted, and survivors \ were captured. A Zeppelin was compelled to i ome d iwn on the Danish I • of Fanoe. The officers and crew were interned, nedj HARCOURT. PICKED l/P Germany* reply to United States n gainst the war sone deem i flat but fiiefidlj refusal to m< %  lify ill" claiming that toleration of n< utraIs enabled England to pursue starvation poli -y against Germany, Traffii c.ntinucs today, except between Holland and England, so far without accident, Mi itisli •• << % %  ships convoy England* lrg< i fiantmen. < ireal Britain i i n ined la continue her policv of blockading Germany to prevent food reaching that country. War opet iti ns in the East are little changed, Berlin claims continued successes both in Bukowina, Pol ind irtunces that the Germans were beaten hack with heavy losses near Arras and that the French artillery has advantage nc.i Rheims. The Frent h have held positions gained In Champagne and Argritine and' have made fufthei gains near Me* lancourt. Hi'i I in claims the French I"| heavily n" n Rheims and East id Perthea and were repulsed at several oilier points. Copenhagen despi tchetsay thai aimiliei saved, Buenos Am s, I lie < !*i m in %  tea niship Holger brings news that the German auxiliary cruiser Kronpriuzc Wilhelm has been sinking nmny British vessels off Brest I recently. Tokfo.—Revolt has broken nut among the Hindu soldiers at Sin* l.ipancBse and French sailors aie quHluiK the mutiny. New Yoik -Disinet Attorney PeikinS will send many large baking concerns before the grand jury on charge of forcing up bread pricts. Frank A. Muiisey has sold the Munsey Trust Company of Baltimore to a syndicate ol bankers headed by E. Morton. Chicago,— Wheat fluctuated violently toeav but dosed strong) May at iflij anil July 133,. The Briftish collier "Dulwieh' war torpedoed by a German sub* marine so miles Northwest of Cape di la leve last night. Thi French steamer Villa de is report! i to have been sunk nil Barfleur, The Russians haVS sulfered a severe dt.'eat#dutingtheir retreat across the East Prussia^ border. II10 position of the Russians in Bukowina js also perilous bat thy ii ,ve retreated lo rear trenches when • ic making a decided stand, In the west the Allies area aking marked progress especially in Bel* gtum and N >rth 1 r nice. I I Allies Heel ol 4" air-craft rj the German positions along the nSrtli coast last night. AH re. turned s ifely lo the French hue p itilence and I mine threaten Vlexii n C ity owing to the" water supply having been 1 ul oil. I lie ship-purcli.se hdl containing the Gore Amendment passed the house under "Gat" rule early ihis morning. Itwessenl lot ha senate whore it is practically certain ol defeat, i rerman newspapers, statins ir y,, C J am that mn will be i iid ii the mouth of cvi-iy British h oh air. British warships will pikil merehnn'men. FebiU irv 18 iqt 1 ?. nO\ IUNMKN'1' PKRH London:—The time limit set by -' e Germans for neutral sMnpine la lake me isures foi snfeivespiied at midnight lOQigbt and Cn-nnany ma} now be expected to put into £ %  P "+r dm %  WT %  ..-• ' L


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Nullius Addicius l.viny in verba matflftrl.
Belnc, bound to sweur io V Dojmns ol no fiser.
VOL XII
N&iaau. N.P.. Bsli-vma*. KRIUAr. TmTUm*9 19, 1913
.-JO. 74
L OtLBRRI DUPDCH,
.': Htor jr. | Proprittor.
OPTION:
Corner Shirley & Cha.rlotle Sts
r
I Mb
'PHONE MO.
P. 0, BOS 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
" ndPfi >y
[y ......... Jd
. and Tliuf- lay tin ;1 eopy id
Saturday -tingla copy
Wefkly ............ d
Monthly ...........is. &d
,,v,.........i
HalfYearly............q,.
| '!y____............||
PAYABLE l\ ADVAN.'i:
A.lv.'i-, in|| |; ,t, Sim | -.'-. ,., |im
it insertion: three pi n
Mooi H, i 11penny imi
Vilverl

**-
PUBLISHED AT 4 P. M.
COMPLEX RATHER
*"
Ou Thursday Evening Last an
amusing imbroglois occurred
not a mileawaj from the statue
of II, i Latt.Vfajesty Quei n Vic-
to/ia Within the walla of an
ancient edifice, a scene was i n
acted Miatwili irded in
the annals of history and be
Known to the rising generation
under the Walter s, otiam titje
of Tales of a grandfather.
A gentleman who was de-
sirous of listening to the learn
e*ia id unlearned debates ema
ndtiojjfrom Hie right and left
batallion (excuse (he word that
the war is the cause disposed
his coV| rreal structure in the
auti'itie dilla allotted by the
courtesy of the Honble, the
Speaker. The Cerberus who
guards die s icred precincts, ap
proache I the form and sug
ed that he should make Inujlel
scarce; bui impressed with the
fact and imp irtanre thai before
the aforesaid C"< rberus I ad be-
come full fledged, he could have
occupied almost any mahogany
Shearaton or Chippendale chaise
which, he might h ive selected.
Hut limes had i bang) d. And
there had arisen "another king
who knew not Joseph" and
; i h was politely escorted to
the ranks of the oi /> ill >i, by a
uniformed offii iaL
111 course that was enmme il
him, but we do think that one
who has occupied the exalted
position of one of the represen
tatives of the people should
have the privilege formerly ac-
I (d to such The rule i
in exit tence is of modern compi
lation. We think it a pity
rather, while we do not Con.
|demn or censure, because there
may be good and valid re.c
1 >! course it would be rather
apalling to see the disembodied
spirit i of the ex-members of a
c< nturj agi > all stalking in, and
oc< upj ing the chairs provided
by the generous I lonble.Speaker
It would be a milllpn time-,
worse thai) Kip Van Winkle
with Snyder thrown in.
V\ e learn that the Shop of
Mr. W. Willerup was broken
into sometime yesti rday and
the sum of /_/,,, stolen.
This affords food for reflection.
11 ive w e any banks in tht
City? Don't ask where are the
Police.
We are glad to lear that Mr.
Commandant is qjite well
again.
Latest War News
;o:
February igtli i')i ,.
London i8th.
Governor,
Bahamas,
Official news February 181I1:
I'Im' I- rencli Kvvernmeni rep iris
ten lioBiilerounter.nii ick< repulsed
in Champagne and Remy Posi-
i inns ii ;i fi nnt ol 8'in me ties c ip
In i-.l near Beau* jour. The French
capturi 11 joo prisoners, hatisfactorj
progress made m niher points.
I lie Russian government reports
extiemely desperate lighting Bl
certain parts on the right hank of
the Vistula.
In tin iei.i the enemy were re-
pulsed \. iih severe '' Further
fourteen hundi i ' rs
and three machine guns captuud.
Near Wkslkow a series ol tem-
pestuous attacks were repulsed
with heavy loss, one battalion lost
entirely, bayonetted, and survivors
\ were captured.
A Zeppelin was compelled to
i ome d iwn on the Danish I
of Fanoe. The officers and crew
were interned,
nedj
HARCOURT.
PICKED l/P
Germany* reply to United States
. n gainst the war
sone deem i flat but fiiefidlj
refusal to m< lify ill"
claiming that toleration of n< u-
traIs enabled England to pursue
starvation poli -y against Germany,
Traffii c.ntinucs today, except
between Holland and England, so
far without accident, Mi itisli <<
ships convoy England* lrg< i
fiantmen. < ireal Britain ii
n ined la continue her policv
of blockading Germany to prevent
food reaching that country.
War opet iti ns in the East are
little changed, Berlin claims con-
tinued successes both in Bukowina,
Pol ind irt Petrograd claims the Austrians
were rep ilsed in Bukow ii
Carpathians losingx.o m prisoners.
The I',ins w,u office nitn >unces
that the Germans were beaten
hack with heavy losses near Arras
and that the French artillery has
advantage nc.i Rheims. The
Frent h have held positions gained
In Champagne and Argritine and'
have made fufthei gains near Me*
lancourt.
Hi'i I in claims the French I"|
heavily n" n Rheims and East id
Perthea and were repulsed at
several oilier points.
Copenhagen despi tchetsay thai
aimiliei iroyi il to-day, Ii was of the
IVirsnal t\p.\ and f'll into the sea
i if Imi! mil Thacrew ne*e> saved,
Buenos Am s, I lie < !*i m in
tea niship Holger brings news that
the German auxiliary cruiser
Kronpriuzc Wilhelm has been sink-
ing nmny British vessels off Brest I
recently.
Tokfo.Revolt has broken nut
among the Hindu soldiers at Sin*
l.ipancBse and French
sailors aie quHluiK the mutiny.
New Yoik -Disinet Attorney
PeikinS will send many large bak-
ing concerns before the grand jury
on charge of forcing up bread
pricts.
Frank A. Muiisey has sold the
Munsey Trust Company of Balti-
more to a syndicate ol bankers
headed by E. Morton.
Chicago, Wheat fluctuated vio-
lently toeav but dosed strong) May
at iflij anil July 133,.
The Briftish collier "Dulwieh'
war torpedoed by a German sub*
marine so miles Northwest of Cape
di la leve last night.
Thi French steamer Villa de
is report! i to have been sunk
nil Barfleur,
The Russians haVS sulfered a
severe dt.'eat#dutingtheir retreat
across the East Prussia^ border.
II10 position of the Russians in
Bukowina js also perilous bat thy
ii ,ve retreated lo rear trenches
when ic making a decided
stand,
In the west the Allies area aking
marked progress especially in Bel*
gtum and N >rth 1 r nice.
I I Allies Heel ol 4" air-craft
rj the German positions along
the nSrtli coast last night. AH re.
turned s ifely lo the French hue .
p itilence and I mine threaten
Vlexii n C ity owing to the" water
supply having been 1 ul oil.
I lie ship-purcli.se hdl containing
the Gore Amendment passed the
house under "Gat" rule early ihis
morning. Itwessenl lot ha senate
whore it is practically certain ol
defeat,
i rerman newspapers, statins
iry,, CJ am that mn
will be i iid ii the mouth of cvi-iy
British h oh air.
British warships will pikil mer-
ehnn'men.
FebiU irv 18 iqt1?.
nO\ IUNMKN'1' PKRH
London:The time limit set by
-' e Germans for neutral sMnpine
la lake me isures foi snfeivespiied
at midnight lOQigbt and Cn-nnany
ma} now be expected to put into

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operation her declared untention of
employing submarines and mines
in the waters around the British
Isles which she proclaimed a war
zone, with the objective i I cutting
oli the food supplief of the British
people.
In the meantime Germany, in
developing her subm trine warfare,
hasaddeda small si.' Ville
de|Ville to her list of merchantmen
sunk. The vessel was sunk of Cher-
bourg after the crew had been
given time to take to the small
boat*. Members of the submarine
boarded the steamer and placed
bombs in her interior, which later
exploded.
Regarding operations tin land a
French communication tonight de-
olaies that there has been I,
fighting both in Belgium and
France. The French claim nat only
to have maintained the ground 10.
cently gained but to have captured
German trenches and to ha ere-
pelled macv German counter-at-
tacks.
An announcement from the Ger-
man war office iid that in
the recent Russian defeat in the
Mazurtan Lake region in East
Prussia more than 50.000 prison* rs
were taken.
The Rnssians at the other end of
the .Eastern front are also said to
be in danger ai to a cor-
respond) nt of a Berlin news;
at the front.
Germany's reply to the American
note concern oil: the rights of v< -
sels of the United in the
u.u Eone around the British l-|<>s
was deliverer! to American Amb -
sador Gerrard to.lay says a l
despatch.
Washington denies thai depres>
sion in Amei icah industri. is due
to the activity of the British
against contraband shipping, but
in a measure to possible destruc-
tion by submarine mines laid indis-
criminately.
Great Britain concedes trial
food-stuffs intended for the civi-
lian population of ,1 country are
not contraband but asserts that she
will take n taliati ry rn< asures
against the t ierm in submarine
campaign and -> 1 .. i qu ite
compensation in a British prize
court. This was in ide public to-
night by mutual agreement
tween the state department and
The British Foreign < iffice
Though cono deing that fo d
Stuffs foi civilian population .'
not contraband the British govern*
ment points out that 'In anj u
try in which 1 mtssuch tremendous
organization for i\ar as now ob-
tains in '< rrnany there 1- noi 1 11
division hetwe> n those for \-
the government is responsil r foi
feeding and those whom n ii not."
"It will be out endeavour to
void idjury or oss lo ni utrals but
the announcement of the German
government that it is their inten-
tion to sink rnerchan
their cargoes without verification
of their nationality orcharacti 1 &
without making any provision for
the s ifety on non-combatanl crews
or giving them saving
their livj h ,- ni ,
for Hit Maji sty's G ven menl to
consider what measures should be
adopted to protect their interests.
It is impossible for one belligerent
to depart from the rules and pre-
cedents ami for the other to rem tin
bound by them."
Sir Edward !rey points out that
only eight out of 773 ships sailing
from tin United States for neutral
European countries have been
placed in prize courts and that
only 45 have been temporarily de-
tained to enable particular consign-
ment in their cargoes to be dis-
charged for the 1
court procei lin|
I he French government re-
ports a favourable day on the
whole front, i ially rn I
Champagne district where I
kilometres of trenches
taken with several hundred
prisoners.
l'lic Russsan government re-
ports obstinate fighting near
Augustow when: superior Ger-
'nan forces are trying to sur-
round Russian w i
I here lia\ e been some Rus-
in i e Carpathi-
ans In Buknu ina the enemy
captured Noworna, and cros si d
the Sereth Rivi r.
(Signi d
HARCOURT,
1 In G
which comes into 11 eel at
night lias riot been modified
but most neutral ships will bil-
low their sailing programi
although much apprenhension
is fel\
OVER
150U
Pairs
Boots and Shoes
Being added to an already
replete stuck
Williams the Shoeman is
again opening up one of
thoseSami I >l B< N ITS
and SHOES in a Limited
Dumber of sizes as follows
vi/;
Men's Boots and Shoes in si/.r-.
from 6 to i\
Women's Boots and hoes
in sizes from ->! to 4^
Mis
from tajto 1
The advantage in purchas-
ing from trst's lot is (as others
who have purchased l><
can attest) that you can se-
lect the sizes from a very
large variety of up-to-d
stj It s at pi ices considerably
cheaper than regulai Ih
kepi in stot k.
CALL EARLY
and secure your size at
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
277 and 279 Bay St.City
' NOTICE.
"-pill' 'tMuiu:-' hf the
convenience of its
many patrons lias, appointed
nts in the several districts
in the Island. The gentle-
mi n named below havi kind-
ly undertaken to act for us
and in ret eive any work for
printing and to forward items
ol oevi i" our columns,
Mr. Solomon I inlayson, Fox
11,11.
Mr. Saml. I.. I). Mmns. I
I'ow lei and Sim [i
1 ist.
W. A. Mather, ! >] htsT
Ba) St.
I Ti ote" Esq., East Bay St.
Mr. F. A Colebrook, Easl
St., South.
Mr. Solomon 1). Sweeting,
Ea I St., South.
W. E F luntain, I q., Wi -1
Si South.
Mr. Arthur S. Grist, Marlbor-
ou-jli Si Wi st.
^
LOST
Thursday Morning F< by. t8
a small round Silver
Purse, Monogram on one
ide and year on Ihe other,
Reward if returned to i ,
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