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T changes in the West. In the region around Perthes and Vosges there has been important fighting but with no decisive results. According to a Uerlin despatch the feeling in that city over the atti tude of Italy has been greatly accentuated. New York :—A retired German sea captain, Ricb.-irl Spegler, is held in bonds of f 15.000 on the charge of obtaining an American passport by fiaud ,if : >r the adoption of the new rtgul ations issued by the state department on January 1st. Six arrests for similar offense have already been made Washington :—Gnat Britain has submitted to her allies, France and Russia, the proposal made by the United States (leaned to end the menace to neutral commerce arising from the retaliatory measures the European belligerents have adopted toward each o'her. Tlie Americn proposals whjc'i were submitted to Great Britain and Germany seek the elimination by Germany of the recently pre. scribed war zones and the policy as to the shipments of foodstuffs to the civilian population of their enemies. There is no concealment of the feeling in high official circles here that if the present tension here over the attitude of the belligerents continue and any American lives are proved to have been \l w*. resuUof their activities the Washington government may M called upon to abandon its attitude of friendliness towards the warring powers. New York:—Robert Lansing counsellor for the state department declares thai tlie United. States Jaces problems that have nev-r yet been solved. He declares that it is critical period f 1)r the country; just how critical must be shown by f'Mu e events. He praises P.esident Wilsons attitude Washington:-There is little hope lor anything but the big supply measjres is the filing now enter. tained by Democraticfeadersin the %  enate.The riverffcnd harbours bill is in danger oPheing carried over. A big appropriation is promised to carry on existing prospect under the war department.The post office ap. prop'itation lias virtually pas.! and the agricultuie bill taken up. New York:-?! is reported that a German steamer laden with provisions for the Steamer Kionprinz Wilhelm Ins been captuied and taken into the Falkland* by a British cruiser found OP a small section of the line carried by the French. Prisoner state that two regiments driven out by French attack lost over 3.000 men. The Russian government reports two regiments of the 29thdivision which was surrounded in Fast Piussia have broken through enemys lines and joined main forces. The fighting in North Poland is extending and becoming extremely severe. Russians have various successes in the Carpathians where a precipitous height was carried, the German defenders being killed or captured. (Signed) HARCOURT. PICKEp UP Two more British s'enmers,both small, were sunk by mines or tor pedoes ofl the English coast today. I In the Western war zone the Allies claim gains in Belgium, the Chimp 1 gne district and between Argonueand tlie Metis*. I he Ger. man Statement says that the French were repulsed all along the line. On the F.ast front the Russians appear to have formed a new de. fense line and claim some advances though tlie Germans announce the icaptuie of the fortress of I'rzas nysz, With IO.OOO pn oners. Tin Germans admit that superior Russian numbers took a position near Bolimow.The Russians claim success in the Carpathian", Bukowina and Caucasus. The British Foreign Secretary announced Great Britains sympathy with the Russians plan of obtaining on outlet to the sea. President Wilson is considering the calling of an extra session of congress foi action on treaties and nominations that have not been accepted bv the state. John I). Rockefeller this afternoon testified that he is not a citizen of Ohio ar.d not asse-sihle for tlirre million dollars of personal property in that state. Richard Madden was anested this afternoon in Hoboken charged with complicity in securing false passports. After two weeks decline in Wall Street there was much optimism today and a general increase in prices both in the exchange and on the cuib. February 36th 1915 London 251(1, Governor, Bahamas XXfichl news February 25th: 1 be French government gives fur. ther particulars of success already reported near' I.es Fspa>ges. Ovei six hundred Get man dead were Notice Spotted Mirrors resilvered New ones made to order Panama Hats cleaned Orders left at Tlie Big 4Shoe Store. E. S. ROBERTS 1 mo. For Hire G A SOLINE AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES APPLY TO J. P.SIMMS 47 MARKET STREET NASSAU N. P. NOTICE. "T the i ts HE Tribune" for convenience of many patrons has appointed Agents in the several districts in the Island. The' %  gentlemen named below havejeindly undertaken to act for us and to receive any work for printing and to forward items of news to our columns. Mr. Solomon Finlavson, Fox Hill. Mr. Sainl. I.. D. Minns, Cor. Fowler and Shirley Sts., East. W. A. Mather, F.sq., East Ray St. T. Toote, Esq.. East Bay St. Mr. F. A. Colebrook, East St., South. Mr. Solomon D. Sweeting, East St., South. \V. E. Fountain, Esq., West St South. Mr. Arthur S. Grist, Marlbor ough St., West. CHAS. C. LIQHTBObRN AR MSI KONG ST. Hawkin'i Hill. E XPERIENCED Paper Hanger. Ceiling Work, a specialty. Al! work carefully and Artistically performed Absolute satisfaction guar.-.n teed The verv best references. -TERMS MODERATE. WANTED C OPIES of "THE STROMBUS" August IQi3(Exhibition Number) Apply "Tribune"Orfice I N Drums and 10" Gallon Cans. Price one shillings per Galltt^fk All previous, prices cancHH. C. C. SAUNDERS East Bay St. Nassau N. P. Jan. 5th 1915. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart sin. Cypres Shingles at $9.60 per Ihonssand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving e\*eiy week. %  •' A* C. C SAUNDERS. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson'• Prepared Wax-a pon plete finish ami polish (or all furniture woodwork and Hoof*. Johnson's Wood Oye-forthe artistir colorint! of all wood, soft or riant Johnson's Under Lac-a #Mll finish, very much saperioi to ihnbu or varnish Johnson's Flut Wood Flnlsh-fora beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effete without the expeme of ruhlunir. Johnson's Paste Wood Filler -for filling the grain and pores of wol, preparing i< for the finish Johnson'e Powdered Wax—for-**'' room floors. ', noil FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. 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tbnti Nulliua ikddlriiis |\irare In verb* m&glatrl. Being bound loiweur to the Dojm&a of no Mtveer. VOL. XII. NMHV. N. P.. BfchkmM. FRIDAY. February 26. 1915 NO. 77 L. GILBKKT BITI'UCH, Editor and Proprietor. OKFICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Ste A ami, .V. P., Hakamim TIIONK 200. P. O. BOX 103. PUBLISH BO DAIUV MnmUy, Wednesday and Friday— single copy |d Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy id Saturd.iv — single copy ... ijd Wei-It I v 5 .| Monthly i s. tvl S ailer ly .. *s. <53 HV.-..rlv 9 S. Yemlv l fc. PAYABLE IN ADVANCK Advertising Uali-s :-->ix pence per line for first insertion: three pence |*r line fur SOTOII.1 insertion ; ar„i one penny per line for subsquent insar lions, V. rrtiemeiits under eitdit lines 4s. /•• PUBLISHED AT 2. P.M OUR PUBLIC BOARDS. The Administrator referred in his opening Speech to the splendid work of the Chairman and members of the various 1'ubtir Boards We however have now to draw attention to the composition of these Boards. A few members of the House of Assembly and of the community occupy seats on many boards, while a tew members are totally ig noied. WHY? J / POLICE BAND CONCERT The rcpert >ire on last evening was exceedingly good, and there were beveral new pieces introduced, which called for the exercise of considerable talent which the bandsmen used with sii'cn effect and precision, that n ne of them "got a way" ex vim to disperse their melodies on the air which wascharrning ly pe proprietor evidently sees an investment in Co. coanuts. although we know of no shipments, as t'ie result of Mr. King's visit here. •* Quite a little interest is nowbeing taken in the Horse Races Many horses are being secured and pu'. in I 'raining. \Ye ohserve ton that the ladies are netting the craze as a lew of the fiirsex are seen now sittini' astride on Horse hack I here, no doubt will soon hav to be added to the programmi a Ladies Race. •* The Market Basin is proving too small to contain the crafts which have to use it. Last week there were so many freight boats wiih produce from the Out Island 1 : that the fishermen had to complain that ihey were being driven out of the-space allotted to them. J* The S. S. MIAMI being exempt from Pilotage, no Pilots go to her when signalled so that when such services were needed on Sunday for taking her to the S. W. Bay anchorage. She had to send a wireless ashore whereup Pilot John Brown went overland by carriage and placed the ship to a safe anchorage. If a pilot had been available on Saturday afternoon, no doubt the passengers would have been landed Saturday nigh*.. 'I lie House of Assembly agreed last night to the instruct-on to the Select t'nmmittee on Estimate* Hid of the financial natters to consider a general Retrenchment Scheme, also to requesting the •nil. of State not to fill dlfl vacancy in office of Chief Medical Officer, J Mr Parker, connected with Sir Courtney Honei-wood's W'haleCay enterprise, is in the City lor a day or two We learn from Mr. Parker that they are setting out new Slaal plants and C"co:inut Trees on llnl-'.utn at Whale 1 ay. The Steam Tug "Dewev" arlived this morning from Wilson City, \baco. The Out Island mail schooners are sailing this afternoon for their various districts, 'Tomatoes are in demand. The Kleuthera Distiict i< an important one, this season, for this product. \gents are buying and the price has advanced Large quantities were shipped yesterday. Latest War News February 25th tqi s GOVERNMENT PRESS. London:— I he known results of the German blockade of the British Isles winch has been in effect one week is one Norwegian, one French and five British steamers liaye been sunk or damaged by sut • marines with the surprisingly small loss of four FTves. Two of the steamers, the Belridge and the Pinornh, 1 cached port. ()n the other side of the account two German submarines are reported missing and a third was hit and possibly Bunk by a French destroyer. Besides the vessels which fell victims to submarines two \merican vessels the Evelyn and the Carib and one Norweian vessel have been sunk by mines. The Swedish steamer Specia and one or two British steamers are overdue and are feared to be lost. In alrtinjl every case the steamers sunk by submarines were small and slow vessels. British naval writers intimate that this proves that steamers with moderate speed can escape an under-water craft if they take Hie pioper precautions. In addition M the loss of the merchantmen the Admiralty has given up hope for the aimed stcamet MicNAVGH ION which has no' been heard from sineFebruary trtl and is believed to have gone down, as did the armed merchantman VIKNERIA. I he Ada ii.ihv also reported Innight the loss of three airmen out if the fo-tv who recently bombarded the Belgian coast German positions. m Nothing further has been heard from the naval operations against the Dardanelles which wefe interruped by unfavourable weather conditions. It is understood however that the Allies fleet intends to continue its efforts to destroy tie forts which gn ird the straits. A Berlin wireless s ivs that further obsifCles have arisen in the piesent invasion of Ri ssia. I h i s seemingly confirms report-, from Petiogrid that Hie Russians are making a successful stand a linsj the invade is. The Russian 1 are apparently holding buck the Austrians InBuknwina and are said to have re-nrcnpied Stanislaus a railroad center. There has been no important "WtlT i r IctoM V C_ A


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Nulliua ikddlriiis |\irare In verb* m&glatrl.
Being bound loiweur to the Dojm&a of no Mtveer.
VOL. XII.
Nmhv. N. P.. BfchkmM. FRIDAY. February 26. 1915
NO. 77
L. GILBKKT BITI'UCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OKFICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Ste
A ami, .V. P., Hakamim
TIIONK 200. P. O. BOX 103.
PUBLISH BO DAIUV-
MnmUy, Wednesday and Friday
single copy......... |d
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy id
Saturd.iv single copy ... ijd
Wei-It I v ............ 5.|
Monthly ............is. tvl
Sailer ly........ .. *s. <53
HV.-..rlv............9S.
Yemlv ............lfc.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCK
Advertising Uali-s :-->ix pence per line
for first insertion: three pence |*r line
fur Sotoii.1 insertion ; ari one penny per
line for subsquent insar lions,
V. rrtiemeiits under eitdit lines 4s.
/ PUBLISHED AT 2. P.M
OUR PUBLIC BOARDS.
The Administrator referred
in his opening Speech to the
splendid work of the Chairman
and members of the various
1'ubtir Boards
We however have now to
draw attention to the composi-
tion of these Boards. A few
members of the House of Assem-
bly and of the community occu-
py seats on many boards, while
a tew members are totally ig
noied. Why?
j
/ POLICE BAND CONCERT
The rcpert >ire on last evening
was exceedingly good, and there
were beveral new pieces intro-
duced, which called for the ex-
ercise of considerable talent
which the bandsmen used with
sii'cn effect and precision, that
n ne of them "got a way" ex
vim to disperse their melodies
on the air which wascharrning
ly p 1 The admirable execution of
the band is calling forth lauda-
tory comments from habitues
of European concerts who have
listened to the choicest musical
productions of Composers who
have made their names famous.
There are one or two bands-
men who would mak theft
mark anywhere ; and in the
playioffof their particular in-
strument have found their
mriierybut we would rather let
the mantle of Elijah cover all
than descend upon these special
ones.
J
THE PINNACE "KARLSRUHUE"
Under the hammer of the City
Autolycusthe Prize "Karlshrue '
fell to Mr. Bullock the owner of
"Bullocks" at Nog Island
We understand that the upset
price fixed by the Government
was "150, but as "the rich will
be richer", Mr. Bullock became
the fortunate owner at 120.
Perhaps his favoured friends
some of these days will see it
mounted in his ancestral hall
on a pedestal of onyx.
We have been told that the
German Government can easily
re-possess it, if they are able to
discover its whereabouts, but
the application of "catch a
weasel asleep" fits closely in
this instance.
We o' serve that The Grove is I e
ing re-cleaied and planted with
young Cocoanut Trees, set out in
straight rows a convenient dis-
tance opart, so tl>e proprietor evi-
dently sees an investment in Co.
coanuts. although we know of no
shipments, as t'ie result of Mr.
King's visit here.
*
Quite a little interest is now- be-
ing taken in the Horse Races
Many horses are being secured and
pu'. in I 'raining.
\Ye ohserve ton that the ladies
are netting the craze as a lew of
the fiirsex are seen now sittini'
astride on Horse hack
I here, no doubt will soon hav -
to be added to the programmi a
Ladies Race.
*
The Market Basin is proving too
small to contain the crafts which
have to use it.
Last week there were so many
freight boats wiih produce from
the Out Island1: that the fishermen
had to complain that ihey were
being driven out of the-space al-
lotted to them.
J*
The S. S. Miami being exempt
from Pilotage, no Pilots go to
her when signalled so that when
such services were needed on
Sunday for taking her to the S.
W. Bay anchorage. She had to
send a wireless ashore whereup
Pilot John Brown went over-
land by carriage and placed
the ship to a safe anchorage.
If a pilot had been available
on Saturday afternoon, no doubt
the passengers would have been
landed Saturday nigh*..
'I lie House of Assembly agreed
last night to the instruct-on to the
Select t'nmmittee on Estimate*
Hid of the financial natters to
consider a general Retrenchment
Scheme, also to requesting the
nil. of State not to fill dlfl va-
cancy in office of Chief Medical
Officer,
j
Mr Parker, connected with Sir
Courtney Honei-wood's W'haleCay
enterprise, is in the City lor a day
or two We learn from Mr. Parker
that they are setting out new Slaal
plants and C"co:inut Trees on lln-
l-'.utn at Whale 1 ay.
The Steam Tug "Dewev" ar-
lived this morning from Wilson
City, \baco.
The Out Island mail schooners
are sailing this afternoon for their
various districts,
'Tomatoes are in demand. The
Kleuthera Distiict i< an important
one, this season, for this product.
\gents are buying and the price
has advanced Large quantities
were shipped yesterday.
Latest War News
February 25th tqi s
GOVERNMENT PRESS.
London: I he known results of
the German blockade of the British
Isles winch has been in effect one
week is one Norwegian, one French
and five British steamers liaye
been sunk or damaged by sut
marines with the surprisingly small
loss of four FTves.
Two of the steamers, the Bel-
ridge and the Pinornh, 1 cached
port.
()n the other side of the account
two German submarines are re-
ported missing and a third was hit
and possibly Bunk by a French des-
troyer. Besides the vessels which
fell victims to submarines two
\merican vessels the Evelyn and
the Carib and one Norweian ves-
sel have been sunk by mines. The
Swedish steamer Specia and one
or two British steamers are ove-
rdue and are feared to be lost. In al-
rtinjl every case the steamers sunk
by submarines were small and slow
vessels.
British naval writers intimate
that this proves that steamers with
moderate speed can escape an un-
der-water craft if they take Hie
pioper precautions.
In addition M the loss of the
merchantmen the Admiralty has
given up hope for the aimed stca-
met MicNAVGH ION which has
no' been heard from sine- February
trtl and is believed to have gone
down, as did the armed merchant-
man VIKNERIA.
I he Ada ii.ihv also reported In-
night the loss of three airmen out
if the fo-tv who recently bombard-
ed the Belgian coast German posi-
tions. m
Nothing further has been heard
from the naval operations against
the Dardanelles which wefe in-
terruped by unfavourable weather
conditions. It is understood how-
ever that the Allies fleet intends to
continue its efforts to destroy tie
forts which gn ird the straits.
A Berlin wireless s ivs that furt-
her obsifCles have arisen in the pie-
sent invasion of Ri ssia. I h i s
seemingly confirms report-, from
Petiogrid that Hie Russians are
making a successful stand a linsj
the invade is.
The Russian1- are apparently
holding buck the Austrians In-
Buknwina and are said to have
re-nrcnpied Stanislaus a railroad
center.
There has been no important
"WtlT
i -
r
IctoM
V C_ A


T
changes in the West. In the region
around Perthes and Vosges there
has been important fighting but
with no decisive results.
According to a Uerlin despatch
the feeling in that city over the atti
tude of Italy has been greatly ac-
centuated.
New York :A retired German
sea captain, Ricb.-irl Spegler, is
held in bonds of f 15.000 on the
charge of obtaining an American
passport by fiaud ,if:>r the adop-
tion of the new rtgul ations issued
by the state department on Jan-
uary 1st. Six arrests for similar
offense have already been made
Washington :Gnat Britain
has submitted to her allies, France
and Russia, the proposal made by
the United States (leaned to end
the menace to neutral commerce
arising from the retaliatory mea-
sures the European belligerents
have adopted toward each o'her.
Tlie Americn proposals whjc'i
were submitted to Great Britain
and Germany seek the elimination
by Germany of the recently pre.
scribed war zones and the policy
as to the shipments of foodstuffs to
the civilian population of their
enemies. There is no concealment
of the feeling in high official cir-
cles here that if the present tension
here over the attitude of the belli-
gerents continue and any Ameri-
can lives are proved to have been
\l w*. resuUof their activities
the Washington government may
M called upon to abandon its at-
titude of friendliness towards the
warring powers.
New York:Robert Lansing
counsellor for the state department
declares thai tlie United. States
Jaces problems that have nev-r yet
been solved. He declares that it is
critical period f1)r the country;
just how critical must be shown by
f'Mu e events. He praises P.esident
Wilsons attitude
Washington:-There is little hope
lor anything but the big supply
measjres is the filing now enter.
tained by Democraticfeadersin the
enate.The riverffcnd harbours bill
is in danger oPheing carried over.
A big appropriation is promised to
carry on existing prospect under the
war department.The post office ap.
prop'itation lias virtually pas.!
and the agricultuie bill taken up.
New York:-?! is reported that a
German steamer laden with
provisions for the Steamer Kion-
prinz Wilhelm Ins been captuied
and taken into the Falkland* by a
British cruiser
found op a small section of the
line carried by the French. Pri-
soner state that two regiments
driven out by French attack lost
over 3.000 men.
The Russian government reports
two regiments of the 29thdivision
which was surrounded in Fast
Piussia have broken through ene-
mys lines and joined main forces.
The fighting in North Poland is
extending and becoming extremely
severe. Russians have various suc-
cesses in the Carpathians where a
precipitous height was carried, the
German defenders being killed or
captured.
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
PICKEp UP
Two more British s'enmers,both
small, were sunk by mines or tor
, pedoes ofl the English coast today.
I In the Western war zone the Al-
lies claim gains in Belgium, the
Chimp 1 gne district and between
Argonueand tlie Metis*. I he Ger.
man Statement says that the
French were repulsed all along the
line.
On the F.ast front the Russians
appear to have formed a new de.
fense line and claim some advances
though tlie Germans announce the
icaptuie of the fortress of I'rzas
nysz, With IO.OOO pn oners. Tin
Germans admit that superior Rus-
sian numbers took a position near
Bolimow.The Russians claim suc-
cess in the Carpathian", Bukowina
and Caucasus.
The British Foreign Secretary
announced Great Britains sym-
pathy with the Russians plan of
obtaining on outlet to the sea.
President Wilson is considering
the calling of an extra session of
congress foi action on treaties and
nominations that have not been
accepted bv the state.
John I). Rockefeller this after-
noon testified that he is not a cit-
izen of Ohio ar.d not asse-sihle
for tlirre million dollars of per-
sonal property in that state.
Richard Madden was anested
this afternoon in Hoboken charged
with complicity in securing false
passports.
After two weeks decline in Wall
Street there was much optimism
today and a general increase in
prices both in the exchange and
on the cuib.
February 36th 1915
London 251(1,
Governor,
" Bahamas
XXfichl news February 25th:
1 be French government gives fur.
ther particulars of success already
reported near' I.es Fspa>ges. Ovei
six hundred Get man dead were
Notice
Spotted Mirrors resilvered
New ones made to order
Panama Hats cleaned
Orders left at Tlie Big 4Shoe
Store.
E. S. ROBERTS
1 mo.
For HireGASOLINE
AUTOMOBILES
AND
BICYCLES
APPLY TO
J. P.SIMMS
47 MARKET STREET
NASSAU N. P.
NOTICE.
"T
the
i ts
HE Tribune" for
convenience of
many patrons has appointed
Agents in the several districts
in the Island. The'-gentle-
men named below havejeind-
ly undertaken to act for us
and to receive any work for
printing and to forward items
of news to our columns.
Mr. Solomon Finlavson, Fox
Hill.
Mr. Sainl. I.. D. Minns, Cor.
Fowler and Shirley Sts.,
East.
W. A. Mather, F.sq., East
Ray St.
T. Toote, Esq.. East Bay St.
Mr. F. A. Colebrook, East
St., South.
Mr. Solomon D. Sweeting,
East St., South.
\V. E. Fountain, Esq., West
St South.
Mr. Arthur S. Grist, Marlbor
ough St., West.
CHAS. C. LIQHTBObRN
AR MSI KONG ST.
Hawkin'i Hill.
EXPERIENCED Paper
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. Al! work careful-
ly and Artistically performed
Absolute satisfaction guar.-.n
teed The verv best references.
-TERMS MODERATE.
WANTED
COPIES of "THE STROM-
BUS" August IQi3(Exhi-
bition Number)
Apply
"Tribune"Orfice
-------
IN Drums and 10" Gallon
Cans. Price one shillings
per Galltt^fk All previous,
prices cancHH.
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay St.
Nassau N. P.
Jan. 5th 1915.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart sin. Cypres
Shingles at $9.60 per Ihons-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving e\*eiy
week. 'A*
C. C SAUNDERS.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson' Prepared Wax-a pon
plete finish ami polish (or all furniture
woodwork and Hoof*.
Johnson's Wood Oye-forthe artistir
colorint! of all wood, soft or riant
Johnson's Under Lac-a #Mll
finish, very much saperioi to ihnbu or
varnish
Johnson's Flut Wood Flnlsh-fora
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effete
without the expeme of ruhlunir.
Johnson's Paste Wood Filler -for
filling the grain and pores of wol,
preparing i< for the finish
Johnson'e Powdered Waxfor-**''
room floors. ', noil
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
D
FOR SALh
PIANO in good condi-
tion for 10
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East Street
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W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
ESIRKS to inform Ins friends
and the Public that I e Has
just ren-MPil a complete outfit iVf
facilities fin the huisness of an un-
dertaker, ul.ich pl-.res him 111 rt
position tocMiry <>ut Funeral! iliat
111ay he entrusted to his care with.
system and despatch ; and icspect
fully Solicits theii p-iironagc (i*i
my Prices fust ar.dpiove th.it these
are the verv lowest for the first Class
work.
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