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I •K the dcd that their armies have penetrated as far is sale and are preparing to dig themselves in for the winter. This is tlie opinion express* d by military writers lure. Liltli progress is made and at many points the Germ ins and Austrians are only repulsing nter-attacks from the •iTilf of Riga to Grodno. Field Marshal Von Hindenburg's armies are at a stand still having apparently made no attempt to cross the I hi na after carrying the bridge heads at I.en lauad i and Friederichstadt to the north, southwest and south of Vilna whjse fall lias b( en pr< dict< d for som-! days. The (i irmans face strong Russian forces who by their offensive make it dangerous for the Germans to push their way westward,! north or south of them. The Germans on the oilier hand are massed between (irod no and Kobrin on the Brest Pinsk Railway, but their immediate object no! obvious unless they are looking for a good defensive position. Farther south the Russians are offering fresh resi-tar.ee in a fortified area in which Kovno and Dubno ,ue centres while in '"ialicia they still hold line of | the Sereth River, With the rainy season a few weeks off ilie opposing armies cannot hope to carrj on operations much longer and some reports say the (ii i mans and Austrians are already moving troops to die Serbian, Roumanian and westetn Iron; [n the west the artillerj of the Allies still is bombarding the German lines but there ino inication ol a g< n< ral ofl sive. Paris: R< ports that the Turks have delivered an unsuc cessful attack on the British l xition have reached I %  This attack was on the \\ r gion. There have been re newed reports from Athens of dissension between thet JermaniS of depression of i he Turks ovi i the heavy losses No evidence of tliis however is to be found ong the Turkish troops who are reported to be fighting with all their old stubbornness Arthur J. Balfour, First lord >f the British \dmiralty in a letter to the Press gives official recognition to the belief here that Germany's promises to America not to sink any more pas engei ships without warning were brought by the realization that the submarine warfare eg i'ii-t merchantmen had faded. I le again intimates that j I lerman submarine have been accounted for and asserts that British merchant tonnage is greater than before the w u despite submarine activity. Septemb ;r 8th 19.15. London, 7th. Governor, B iham Official News:— Later reports show that there was sonic loss ol life on the steamer Hesperian which sank before reaching? Q ,' tistow n I he French government 'report that forty aeroplanes suesfully bombared Saarbrucken. I"he Russian government report the enemy well held in Riga*Vilna district. The. retreat in (ialicia continues. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Berlin: — The admiralty announces that the U. 27 sunk a small British cruiser several %  ks ago off the I lerbrides. The submarine has been missing since August 10th and is probably lost. London: T he Harrison Line steamer Dictator ha a been sunk, tlie crew being saved. The French steamei Bordeaux was torpedi ed ofl the West coast of France, 1 r< sa fe Paris: —In a mi Presi dent Poincan bin pi rnr Ni< holos aim ium es that he has placeed ••-If in cupreme 1 nmmancl of the Russian armj. Paris: -Violer.1 artill r; duels continue in ar Souchez and Neuville and in the region of Rove and Q H in". iers London: I he trades unii 11 1 ongress unanimously adopt a n ilution againsl conscription. Washington:—The commanding officers of tinHesperian in affidavits cabh d to the state di p ailment today d< dared that fragments of a torpedo f-ll on the deck. It i> now reported that thirteen passengers and four sailors were lost. Paris:— A I lavas despatch from Rome gays a is officially announced that cholera and typhus are increasing in ( i n many and Austria Paris':—General Joffre lias returned to France aftei ii visit to the Italian front. I. d in: -Russia has cornI ed earlier reports concerning the attempt of the Germans to landforcesat Pernau, confirming Berlins statement that in stead of losing vessels as the result of an attack on the Russians, the Germans deliberately sunk several small vessels to block the entrance to the Gulf of Riga. Loud HI: -Riga is the goal of German effort. German] desires Riga City in case the atti nipt on Petrograd is put off until Spring The Germans will make supreme efforts to have their Wintei quarters II the citv of Riga. The Bishop's Eastern School. FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed tor the above fund and all donations, however small, will be gratefully ac< epti d. and will be ,'j^pwledged in the newspapers. H. F. AR.MBR.ISTE.R. Consnlnr Au,ent for France. Nassau, X. P., and July, 1915. Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Peaches, Pears, Plums, etc. etc. J. K. AMOURY. 1l.1v Street. "The Allies" T he above will be reopened on the 13th. Sept. There are vacancies for a few more pupils, applications j A blend of four fine tobaccos will be id eivi (I by the head Try J. C. Coakley's new Id. Cigars The Allies -o — teacher at tO Mar thorough St. NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS I wi RUC 1 IONS nave been received summoning allFrenchniin born in Martinique, (Suadelope or. French Guiana b longing to the classes 1890 to 1909 (born from 1870 to l) to present themselves immediati ly at the Via Consulate of France at Port-ofSpain 01 .it any of the twelve Consular Agencies of the British West Indies to pass a liral < viinina t ion. H. F. ARMBRISTKR. Consulnr Atfcnt tor France. Nassau, N. P., 2nd July, 1915. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes '.' %  %  .•. Prepared Wax:i Com 1 l< ic finish anil polish foi nil furniture wi cttvnrk and floors. Johnson's Wood Dye h tbfl irtistir I all wood, soft or haul Johnson'i Under Lat .1 spirit finish, very much superioi 1 1 shellac 01 VHIIli~.ll Johnson's Fltvl Wood Finish fora beautiful, arti-tic, hand-rubbed effect n ithoul tinexpense ..l rubbing. Johnson's l'.\-.i Wood Filler— for tilling the urain ami poree of wood, pr*parini{ 14 f >r the finish Johnson's Powdered Win(or bal room floors. FOR RALE BV Chas. E. Albury They are good to the end RUMSEY'S PUMPS C ISTE R N Pumps, Well P .i m p s, \Y 1 n d mill rumps, Diaphragm Pumps, lb use Pumps, Pneumatic Syst< ins, Spray Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Mine Pumps, I >' ep Well Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Valves, Triplex Powei Pumps, Cens trifugal Pumps, Waterworks Mai hinery, Rotary I'nmpsl Sump blimps, Fire Pumps, Air Compressors, Ship Pumps Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed Pumps, Irrigation bump--, Hydrants, db Installed under the direct supervision of II. Mel'herson and Brother. Prices OH Application. II. J. THOMPSON, Agerit. The.. Cosmopo litan high School. Opens on MONDAY, Aug. 30th. Patronage Solicited. Prof. G. G. COFF1 l 5 ^ Williams' Shoes Are Better



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I VOL. XII. Nullivis evddU tus ivirnre in vcrba mn c.lsit i. *'•'.'' bound toswenr lo the l)o|m&i of no MtvMer. Nai.nvj, N. P.. Bahamns WEDNESDAY. September 8. 1913 NO. 548 I. GILBKRT DUPOOH, Editor md Proprittor. 01 KICK Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts %  'in, V. /'.. Bahan 'PHONIC 280. |>. o. HOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wel H I I I Friday rfnglecopy j,| 1 "'" Thu :.i py id saturda) single j j | Weekh r Monthly is, i! r! ,, uv :,lv * liiiir leaily M y---"h i sI'AV.MII.I: m ADVANOB Advertising Ratal:—Si* pence per line (or first insertion: three'peoca pei line i"i lecood insertiud ; and onepeon) pe line lor -nbs(|uent insertions, Advertiwmenti • Unas uk 0t PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M. THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. MRS. ALLARDYCE PRESENTS COLOURS. A most interesting ceremony took place on the Eastern Parade yesterday nfteriioon \\ hen a colour from the Daughters of the Empire, was present* d to The Bahamas Contingent by Mrs. W. L. Allardyce thewifeof the iovernor of the Colon). The Contingent and a detachmom of Police headed l>v the Police band marched from Bar racks to ilw Parade, on ai i iving at the Parade, The Cnniingt nl took up a position near the centre facing northward! one halfoi the Police forming one side ofa square o-i Hie right, the other half in like manner on the left, the Boy Scouts formed I he North side nf I he square, faoing in ward*, with an opening in the Voiiag'" f the line, ihe Da Ugh [ the Empire stood bark cTTne Scouts. ()n the arrival of His Excellency the Governor accompanied by Mrs. Allardyce they ware met by Mrs. Lofthouse, Regi nl of the Daughters of the Empire and then accompanied by The Lord Bishop in Scarlet robe and purple baretta, proceeded by his Chaplain in surplice bearing the crozier and attended by Kevds. A. J Browne and B. L. Langton in surplit e, they prot 11 ded to the centre of the square where a pyramid of drums had been placed, and was received with the Royal Salute. Mrs. I.ofthouse then, with a few appropriate and well chosen words banded Mrs. Allardyce the colour and lequested her On bhalf of the Daughters of the Empire to present it to The Contingent. Mis. Allardyce then placed the coli iir upon the drums and Ins Lordship and the clergy conducted the service of consecration of the colour. The colour party, was then ordered to advance, j No, i Pri vate William Fletcher Albury, No 7 Private < h igi n I lermas Mason, and IO Private Sydney Curthbert Farrington.) Private Albury adv..i! ed to the drums and kneeling received the colour, from Mrs. Allardyce, and the colour party marc In d back to the ranks with the colour. His Excellency then addressed The Contingent telling them bow their countrymen were looking upon them, and what they were expecting of them, and above all they should see that the) did nothing to dishonour the Flag,and hoped thai they might bring it back safely. Three flu es for the King were given b) The Contingent, Police, and spectators and also for the Bahamas Contingent led by the Governor. The ceremony concluded, the Continge.it and Police marched off and the great throng of spectators dispersed The Colour is the British Blur Ensign with the arms of the Colony in the lly. — :0: — Mrs. I.oft house's speech : Will the Honourable President of the Gordon Chapter Daughters of the Empire hon our the members of that Order by presenting this flag to the Bahamas Contingent, It is accompanied by their heartiest appreciation of the loyalty and patriotism of the men who have so nobly responded to tiie call of their King and Country in coming forward to ally themselves with those who are lighting OOl only for the honour of England, but for the freedom of tlie world Mrs. Allardy a's Spt ech : Men of the Bahamas Contingent: I present you with this Hag on bib life of the I laughters of the Empire. I am sure that I give it info pood hands, and to those capable of upholding the Honour of this Colony. Miss Allardyce presented six pans i if SOI ks to the six best drilled nun ol The Contingent. —o — Mr A. Baker of Bay Street has pr< sen ted 30 fine sweat) rs lo The Contingent. :o— Mr Charli s Elden has offered to mark and letter the baggage of The Contingent. The Ward LineSti amer"Antilla" arrived yesterday from New York. Foreign Mails to be despatched per "Frances E" via Miami Fin. will be niach up and clos.d mi Friday next the 10th inst. at 8a.m. LATEST War News. September 7th tg 15. London, 6th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News.-—The Allan Liner Hesperian was topedoed off the Irish Coast. All aboard were saved. The Russian government report that the 1 n< my forced the bridgehead of Dvina at Freidi renstadt. There is ni [appreciable change at other fli 'Ills. (Signed) BONAR LAW. London:—The Hesperiai foundered. Captain Main an twenty men were taken ofl. It is now repprted tl at one first cabin, six second cabin and six third, a total of 13 are missing, also that 16 of the crew arc unaccounted for. Two women also died on rescue steamers. Sep'.i mix r 7U1 11)15. Queenstown.— The Hespciian sank on her way to Queenstown. She was being convened, thus making it impossible to discovi r whether she was sunk by submarine in by coming in contai 1 with mine, Washington waiting advices will not question good faith of Germany's recent M s t; 11' i 1' 111 s 11 • %  ^jl^L London:— Either (he driving power oftheAuStrO German offensive against Russia is nearlj • x ha listed or the German generals have deciWear Armbrister's Shoes ——


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VOL. XII.
Nullivis evddU tus ivirnre in vcrba mn c.lsit i.
*''.'' bound toswenr lo the l)o|m&i of no MtvMer.
Nai.nvj, N. P.. Bahamns WEDNESDAY. September 8. 1913
NO. 548
I. GILBKRT DUPOOH,
Editor md Proprittor.
01 KICK
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
'in, V. /'.. Bahan
'PHONIC 280. |>. o. hox 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wel h i i .....I Friday
rfnglecopy...... j,|
1'"'" Thu :.i py id
saturda) single j j |
Weekh r
Monthly is, i!
r!,,uv:,lv..........* !
liiiir leaily...... m
y---"h ...........is-
I'av.mii.i: m ADVANOB
Advertising Ratal:Si* pence per line
(or first insertion: three'peoca pei line
i"i lecood insertiud ; and onepeon) pe
line lor -nbs(|uent insertions,
Advertiwmenti Unas uk
0t PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M.
THE BAHAMAS
CONTINGENT.
MRS. ALLARDYCE PRESENTS
COLOURS.
A most interesting ceremony
took place on the Eastern Pa-
rade yesterday nfteriioon \\ hen
a colour from the Daughters of
the Empire, was present* d to
The Bahamas Contingent by
Mrs. W. L. Allardyce thewifeof
the iovernor of the Colon).
The Contingent and a detach-
mom of Police headed l>v the
Police band marched from Bar
racks to ilw Parade, on ai i iving
at the Parade, The Cnniingt nl
took up a position near the cen-
tre facing northward! one halfoi
the Police forming one side ofa
square o-i Hie right, the other
half in like manner on the left,
the Boy Scouts formed I he North
side nf I he square, faoing in
ward*, with an opening in the
Voiiag'" "f the line, ihe Da Ugh
[ the Empire stood bark
cTTne Scouts.
()n the arrival of His Excel-
lency the Governor accompan-
ied by Mrs. Allardyce they ware
met by Mrs. Lofthouse, Regi nl
of the Daughters of the Empire
and then accompanied by The
Lord Bishop in Scarlet robe and
purple baretta, proceeded by his
Chaplain in surplice bearing the
crozier and attended by Kevds.
A. J Browne and B. L. Langton
in surplit e, they prot 11 ded to
the centre of the square where a
pyramid of drums had been
placed, and was received with
the Royal Salute.
Mrs. I.ofthouse then, with a
few appropriate and well chosen
words banded Mrs. Allardyce
the colour and lequested her On
bhalf of the Daughters of the
Empire to present it to The
Contingent.
Mis. Allardyce then placed the
coli iir upon the drums and Ins
Lordship and the clergy con-
ducted the service of consecra-
tion of the colour.
The colour party, was then
ordered to advance, j No, i Pri
vate William Fletcher Albury,
No 7 Private < h igi n I lermas
Mason, and io Private Sydney
Curthbert Farrington.) Pri-
vate Albury adv..i! ed to
the drums and kneeling receiv-
ed the colour, from Mrs. Allar-
dyce, and the colour party
marc In d back to the ranks with
the colour.
His Excellency then address-
ed The Contingent telling them
bow their countrymen were
looking upon them, and what
they were expecting of them,
and above all they should see
that the) did nothing to dis-
honour the Flag,and hoped thai
they might bring it back safely.
Three flu es for the King
were given b) The Contingent,
Police, and spectators and also
for the Bahamas Contingent led
by the Governor.
The ceremony concluded, the
Continge.it and Police marched
off and the great throng of
spectators dispersed
The Colour is the British Blur
Ensign with the arms of the
Colony in the lly.
:0:
Mrs. I.oft house's speech :
Will the Honourable Pres-
ident of the Gordon Chapter
Daughters of the Empire hon
our the members of that Or-
der by presenting this flag to
the Bahamas Contingent, It
is accompanied by their
heartiest appreciation of the
loyalty and patriotism of the
men who have so nobly re-
sponded to tiie call of their
King and Country in coming
forward to ally themselves
with those who are lighting
OOl only for the honour of
England, but for the freedom
of tlie world
Mrs. Allardy a's Spt ech :
Men of the Bahamas Contingent:
I present you with this Hag
on bib life of the I laughters of
the Empire. I am sure that I
give it info pood hands, and to
those capable of upholding the
Honour of this Colony.
Miss Allardyce presented six
pans i if SOI ks to the six best
drilled nun ol The Contingent.
o
Mr A. Baker of Bay Street has
pr< sen ted 30 fine sweat) rs lo
The Contingent.
:o
Mr Charli s Elden has offered
to mark and letter the baggage
of The Contingent.
The Ward LineSti amer"An-
tilla" arrived yesterday from
New York.
Foreign Mails to be de-
spatched per "Frances E"
via Miami Fin. will be niach
up and clos.d mi Friday next
the 10th inst. at 8a.m.
LATEST
War News.
September 7th tg 15.
London, 6th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News.-The Allan
Liner Hesperian was topedo-
ed off the Irish Coast. All
aboard were saved.
The Russian government
report that the 1 n< my forced
the bridgehead of Dvina at
Freidi renstadt. There is ni
[appreciable change at other
fli 'Ills.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
London:The Hesperiai
foundered. Captain Main an
twenty men were taken ofl.
It is now repprted tl at one
first cabin, six second cabin
and six third, a total of 13
are missing, also that 16 of
the crew arc unaccounted
for.
Two women also died on
rescue steamers.
Sep'.i mix r 7U1 11)15.
Queenstown. The Hes-
pciian sank on her way to
Queenstown. She was being
convened, thus making it
impossible to discovi r whe-
ther she was sunk by subma-
rine in by coming in contai 1
with mine,
Washington waiting advi-
ces will not question good
faith of Germany's recent M
s t; 11' i 1' 111 s 11 ^jl^L
London: Either (he driv-
ing power oftheAuStrO Ger-
man offensive against Russia
is nearlj x ha listed or the
German generals have deci-
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


I
k the
dcd that their armies have
penetrated as far is sale and
are preparing to dig them-
selves in for the winter. This
is tlie opinion express* d by
military writers lure. Liltli
progress is made and at many
points the Germ ins and Aus-
trians are only repulsing
nter-attacks from the
iTilf of Riga to Grodno.
Field Marshal Von Hinden-
burg's armies are at a stand
still having apparently made
no attempt to cross the I hi
na after carrying the bridge
heads at I.en lauad i and
Friederichstadt to the north,
southwest and south of Vilna
whjse fall lias b( en pr< dict< d
for som-! days. The (i irmans
face strong Russian forces
who by their offensive make
it dangerous for the Germans
to push their way westward,!
north or south of them.
The Germans on the oilier
hand are massed between (irod
no and Kobrin on the Brest
Pinsk Railway, but their imme-
diate object no! obvious unless
they are looking for a good de-
fensive position.
Farther south the Russians
are offering fresh resi-tar.ee in a
fortified area in which Kovno
and Dubno ,ue centres while in
'"ialicia they still hold line of |
the Sereth River, With the
rainy season a few weeks off
ilie opposing armies cannot
hope to carrj on operations
much longer and some reports
say the (ii i mans and Austrians
are already moving troops to
die Serbian, Roumanian and
westetn Iron;
[n the west the artillerj of
the Allies still is bombarding
the German lines but there i-
no inication ol a g< n< ral ofl
sive.
Paris: R< ports that the
Turks have delivered an unsuc
cessful attack on the British
l xition have reached I
This attack was on the \\
r gion. There have been re
newed reports from Athens of
dissension between thet JermaniS
of depression of i he Turks ovi i
the heavy losses No evidence
of tliis however is to be found
ong the Turkish troops who
are reported to be fighting with
all their old stubbornness
Arthur J. Balfour, First lord
>f the British \dmiralty in a
letter to the Press gives official
recognition to the belief here
that Germany's promises to
America not to sink any more
pas engei ships without warning
were brought by the realization
that the submarine warfare
eg i'ii-t merchantmen had fad-
ed. I le again intimates that
j I lerman submarine have
been accounted for and asserts
that British merchant tonnage
is greater than before the w u
despite submarine activity.
Septemb ;r 8th 19.15.
London, 7th.
Governor,
B iham -
Official News: Later reports
show that there was sonic loss
ol life on the steamer Hesperian
which sank before reaching?
Q ,' tistow n
I he French government 're-
port that forty aeroplanes sue-
sfully bombared Saarbruck-
en.
I"he Russian government re-
port the enemy well held in
Riga*Vilna district. The. retreat
in (ialicia continues.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Berlin: The admiralty an-
nounces that the U. 27 sunk a
small British cruiser several
ks ago off the I lerbrides.
The submarine has been missing
since August 10th and is pro-
bably lost.
London:-The Harrison Line
steamer Dictator haa been sunk,
tlie crew being saved.
The French steamei Bordeaux
was torpedi ed ofl the West
coast of France, 1 r< sa fe
Paris: In a mi Presi
dent Poincan bin pi rnr Ni< holos
aim ium es that he has placeed
-If in cupreme 1 nmmancl
of the Russian armj.
Paris: -Violer.1 artill r;
duels continue in ar Souchez
and Neuville and in the region
of Rove and Q h in". iers
London: I he trades unii 11
1 ongress unanimously adopt a
n ilution againsl conscription.
Washington:The command-
ing officers of tin- Hesperian
in affidavits cabh d to the state
di pailment today d< dared that
fragments of a torpedo f-ll on
the deck. It i> now reported
that thirteen passengers and
four sailors were lost.
Paris:A I lavas despatch
from Rome gays a is officially
announced that cholera and
typhus are increasing in (in
many and Austria
Paris':General Joffre lias
returned to France aftei ii visit
to the Italian front.
I. d in: -Russia has corn- I
ed earlier reports concerning
the attempt of the Germans to
landforcesat Pernau, confirm-
ing Berlins statement that in
stead of losing vessels as the
result of an attack on the Rus-
sians, the Germans deliberately
sunk several small vessels to
block the entrance to the Gulf
of Riga.
Loud hi: -Riga is the goal
of German effort. German]
desires Riga City in case the
atti nipt on Petrograd is
put off until Spring The Ger-
mans will make supreme efforts
to have their Wintei quarters
ii the citv of Riga.
The Bishop's
Eastern School.
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed tor the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will be gratefully ac-
< epti d. and will be ,'j^pw-
ledged in the newspapers.
H. F. AR.MBR.ISTE.R.
Consnlnr Au,ent for France.
Nassau, X. P.,
and July, 1915.
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMOURY.
1l.1v Street.
"The Allies"

The above will be re-
opened on the 13th.
Sept.
There are vacancies for a
few more pupils, applications j A blend of four fine tobaccos
will be id eivi (I by the head
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The Allies
-o
teacher at tO Mar thorough St.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS
I wi ruc 1 ions nave been re-
ceived summoning allFrench-
niin born in Martinique,
(Suadelope or. French Guiana
b longing to the classes 1890
to 1909 (born from 1870 to
l) to present themselves
immediati ly at the Via Con-
sulate of France at Port-of-
Spain 01 .it any of the twelve
Consular Agencies of the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
liral < viinina t ion.
H. F. ARMBRISTKR.
Consulnr Atfcnt tor France.
Nassau, N. P.,
2nd July, 1915.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
'.'!.. Prepared Wax- :i Com
1 l< ic finish anil polish foi nil furniture
wi cttvnrk and floors.
Johnson's Wood Dye h tbfl irtistir
I all wood, soft or haul
Johnson'i Under Lat .1 spirit
finish, very much superioi 1 1 shellac 01
VHIIli~.ll
Johnson's Fltvl Wood Finish fora
beautiful, arti-tic, hand-rubbed effect
n ithoul tin- expense ..l rubbing.
Johnson's l'.\-.i Wood Fillerfor
tilling the urain ami poree of wood,
pr*parini{ 14 f >r the finish
Johnson's Powdered Win- (or bal
room floors.
FOR RALE BV
Chas. E. Albury
They are good to the end
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
CISTE R N Pumps, Well
P .i m p s, \Y 1 n d mill
rumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
lb use Pumps, Pneumatic
Syst< ins, Spray Pumps, Hy-
draulic Rams, Mine Pumps,
I >' ep Well Pumps, Electric
Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,
Triplex Powei Pumps, Cens
trifugal Pumps, Waterworks
Mai hinery, Rotary I'nmpsl
Sump blimps, Fire Pumps,
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps
Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed
Pumps, Irrigation bump--,
Hydrants, db .
Installed under the direct
supervision of II. Mel'herson
and Brother.
Prices oh Application.
II. J. THOMPSON,
Agerit.
The..
Cosmopo litan
high School.
Opens on
MONDAY, Aug. 30th.
Patronage Solicited.
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