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'. %  I I'll Corner Shirley . I OS i PUBLISHED DAILY RATES iy, We Inevte i i R • I ..... Yo.ulv I' \Y \HI I l\ \HVA> Rai i ti ub A J %  Zbc crilutnc THURSDAY. November 18, i u tune up to ruesdayafternoon : R. II. C. CR WV!'< >RD. Commandant. \ Pti K lamal ii in is is by His Excellen with d nl ngi ins raised in this for servio His y's Regular an I ImForces. 1 proclamal and we have n long soi dy wil with under it. We im it. iid hope that it w ill I enf ced w hi m tip re is any act ion in venl.' >n of it. • %  p i -ii w itho t i\uc %  I d or indireel 1\ intei fen I uit>r enlisl in the C< • tii any future Contii in r wh hall 1) guilty of and shall on sumi v n before a M in 8 ordance with the I il iting the pn fon VI igistral le to a fine i if I'wi nty Pounds or to >ri ionmenl fi ir I months. SECOND BAHA MS CONTINGENT An appeal is m ide to the public for "smoki Foi the 1 ingent. C ars, ci i %  .IIKI tobacco : to tli C 1 il the B .it any < I Re ruitin %  Commi I I; %  Ni ivemb i i .i I", i the busini ^ men of N sau: 1 i n, The 5 ond Bahama I 11 V\ %  i III < i:; n llni! -.il jth No\ embi r, f" ir Jam "I M. Zella '•Lad i." You %  I by the Recruit ing Commi I that daj i le us lal half-holiday that Wi ek instead i il .1 iv, Friday, m %  i. 11 .111 %  e tli Conti iff. By t ol Iv 'i in' R. II. C. CR \'.\ Fi iRD. C airman. I Bril i Schr. "W. S. M \. IV L, ( ay in"i i ted, in 1 • ir" The Mail Si "Morro ;iit. Mail Ifoi \ 'i 11 Wi t i I ;ers: H ; Mrs. Maud M i hii" lo G .1. E. Willi R' and ti ie G Mr. and Mrs. I i H K Miss FI I I Lighthouse! nai %  %  • AMENDE HONOR \U.K. wi re s< me daj Favoured with a pi rusal of the list of iptions 3 ". to the ( ) \ Club Ti FUI : I il). i. by I \IIIY 1 Muriel Stuart who recentlv mad i I nded visit to that city, but by some of those im n countal ilc inadvertances vhich occur in a newspaper i iffice, im nl ion of this highly sin %  %  -sful 11 has ii. it been made until n< Vnother, Miss Maisii Stuart Ri ady I lelpers ra intributii n of I to the i Conl y a b le vate musical i Thi ribution by Miss M Whyman addressed the audiwith the follow ing which c.-illi' 1 forth \ I 11111 111 • o in our n I and brothei with. %  titude; For h to our pla e. \ i little hiddi n si ttli mi .mill nc\er do our d to tl Coui i \ a n n nd I her II. ii'i'i help m a i n t a i n 11 t ol I • i ,1 B a i. .' a. i a n Mr. J. S. G : appi t! I. to I and sp< liei Mr. A W. • Following ^ "1 I M • thai • 11 1 . I i try k Savanni •: i to i i I i h 1 ; 111 %  ; fi ii we Mrs .1 P. Hilton I in a cli inner • %  'I i ill produced b\ ("has !. Gil %  i .it \i tli 1 i which thi 1 ll i. I > %  ei y hearts conti I a pilau, bn ad, i al of ilil! ; n ind v arm



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** I ea) patriot ore givi i : i klrs. J. P., Jr., and P. I 11 ilton in unisi >n, Mi Jas II ipson, Mrs, II D V in and Mi • Ethel. netl thi ill.mks of the mating wi ; %  nd r< d to the thjee lady proprieters, who I ii ii [i iyal' i msidei %  in manil I it with ihe VI | n S. I B< late I 'I atchcs from Athens say that < I ece :i mi i;i• natio I i ute Minis ntend that the right orded ti iter the country through Salonika ; mits them I i i ame te, should it I foi 1; 'II do • nks I TRI We remain, !E riRl I hill : Radiograms o' 171 h N i Lond n, i J Ii: Winsi ncer Chun lull \\ lio 'i held p : l; 11 C tin the V • i i iud Abouki illlilfk in expedit and the initial limself i the In. ii Ills I III"I \yoi: 1 V | %  r I | %  \ \ U P I In/. . I | e he had that the 1 with hi in. Londi m, i ,: I'll 1 n HI I I %  i.l 1 l..is( visit gj imp II i.ii. i I. md >n, 1 7 'h. ( IS, I ital : min Foil tone and lives : < ist. Fi LaBassi md East i I i special news I Italian ;ht i B IN \u i uv, Wai in nies that %  u \squil 1 I i i cil. [X>li Berlin Vttempl I Mon pei ilo ity. I Ion: Die Bril ital \nglia ik by a mine lish Cham el. Lost S ATURDAY Night, from the abutment %  >ppi site the si i ire of Nj. fesq., One ra ft., while with ropi around Ii Return to CHAS, h \l BURY NOTICE T HE entire in trad* of the late B. I.. Williams ibeing dispi ised of at greatly redui ed prii i s as it has :i decided to close down the business in I of January. In the meantime the underid is prepared to i rs for the purchase i f the v. hole or any p irt I ( a your C CHI \K An opportunity I N o I PHILIPA 1'RECO C WANTED Immediately MORE MEN for the 2nd ( it• HI tii in I hursd j li ins!. T5he Imperial Orchestra B FCiS I • i r friends : : public that thej are quippi d with all latest mush for modern garden parties, and rtainments, is %  11s< > ep is ;i t sh >rl m it ice. 11 i ms I irther | i irulars, see M I hos, W. I nun. \l t.,S i.ii. C. Mi I 'hers n, i n Walti i I Weir, Badlou 11:11 Road. NOTICE A R I E I \\ .ui.k nd pumps fitti d, and pluinbii by VVM. M. KIWIV. st St Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST ^. f r ON .T' .hi 1. nvi.:, ; i .si %  .. i • % %  > • 1 III 1 %  1 %  Ever* Rmo Mnl in • %  t Linsa Caw suiuoi.1 mi n million. %  %  WADDING QG Sold by .... i i 27 o • i A i i %  i -. a i l i %  %  I t I I %  ft Dfoi %  i %  %  FEARS LID. ( | ; nil I DOI % %  'ii :



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< II %  I the spirit ol I he crowd infoi med tin' steamship i ompam Ihi \ wiiuld nol ,i\i I ,iveipool with the Saxonia if the Irish men were pei mitti d aboard. i company, meeting held in Li 1 upheld the firemi n and refus ''Is ransportatii n to all I ii i ti^li of mil.: ed in addition ih.it the would be foil IWI d in 1111 ill lun %  I I II It : i I illovv t' Fiv< "I tain d men aft / hi .'. an, ARROW COLLAR All Arrow collars arc made of fabrics bleach d and shrunk in our own plants. They always fit and sit correctly and anthe most durable. D //? Prices Of Fresh Meat Tl IE undi rsignrd will sell at Block Nil. 6 in the City Mi at Market from the t |ti. t thefol B t lod. per lb. Bl I I .it I' 1. ,. lb. Sti |d. ., II'. "\ .. II). 1'. rl< /I. .. lb. N. B. — 1 : • draw the that '1 v fresh thai my only an 'Ii I ve my and all utl i ie middle ol I %  I will 1 (]lli i, lint to hold pro !. V ROKI FOR SALE A QRi IE with E I'. \ KM THE UNTIRING ENERGY rbial. Practically no en r-kj s IHTS mpl \cd. SUM VI i oi the Wi >LII is pi required where SUNLIGI SOAP is energy itself. The Wolf is the ^hem mankind ; SUNLIGHT SOA? istheenemj of all dirt. It is the friend of the hou w iU-, and is made fi ir her profit. To the 1. wife it ns les lab ur, le dirt, mure leisure, and time and money -a\ ed. Si M U SH I SOAI awaj with need./f^j*t i ubbing, %  cl thes. GIVB IT A TRIAL Look! tasted a well i ince I've heen i N Nasi %  -II I • I. F i i '." r: Nast ..: Tr\ a n d \ All i ~ if to ta t< tin O" A S O J %  ) 1**113 ON SALE A l NASSAU'S BEST RETAIL! RS CLUETT, PEABODY & CO., Inc. MAKERS, rROY, N. V. l" s. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE exclusive Ag 1.1. In Drums El< no pei ( i i l l >n. Ten Gallon Cans I me Shil ling per (Jill C. C. SAU\1 >ERS East I I i N.iu \'. P. April, i jth 1915. T. M. X NOW LES L2o Bay Stn :. I S now pi ed to supply Rub 1 for Ba 1 ( 1 to set, and 1 I. 2nd Bahamas Coiiiingent I ii ... 1 n ill he leaving Na IU n warm vests foi tli man ' It is expect will in I i 1 1 | shci 1 1 >n of the Ii > \ %  %  n w en havi • 1 tty. R. II. C CR WVFORD, ( ; i 1 man, R' 1 uititii' Comtn Quarry Stone For Sale. s • %  ARTHI 1 (1 East Str< ' FOR SALE A NEW SM UK 13 ft. I\. el 5 ft. wide. I 01 I'.'i I i" ulai ippl .1. .1. KNOWI ES I Here's An OpporJ tUnitV Hvit you cunn<>\ a 1 lord to lose. II "i n\ a First ( V I t I to 1 Best I %  %  I it and 1 ^ -t. 1 n E BEJ ' "'IF B 1 %  1 1 1 ilr • fe %  a ^Bt' %  1 m f 111! l| B 1 Home Ccl KANSAS 1 For THOS. 1 ( ST.,Na i'i N.P W1 i t I .• For Results Advertise in The Tribune: Williams' Shoes Are Better



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• 5^" /••• %  : .. • \\il!'\is feddictua tvirnre in veiba mvK'it. I to BM> r to the Do(maa oj n M VOL, VII. %  nu. N.P •' ! .. NO Life of Nelson and short account of The Battle of Trafalgar 1/ A i Go .m L. AIL -\ G., on 1 nrlvided from I UMd Novembti 16, 191 V i i r T HE lati %  I i I '. %  I irms I %  I %  i of w it. N I %  %  %  :in i i %  I %  : %  n I' alll li.V. ouril all | i in. %  [oil n '. %  Whci Iful ma i ; I think • lasi ll \ of hly lost \ \ In Pill I V. tion 1 i da wi i from a niu HIP I i I i ball pen v, and I mill of Dii I>1. s din i %  urse in di teh sent I i Admi II n v lucli he hi 5t of al he%  his fii oll( rU'il n his last n %  n of Ill's gloi il | In thai trying momi n i A • fore hi i x in Ilar inquired ho The • hich • %  chara ler, inks to the AlI 1 i : I a m dy i i to lu my upon I' ne In %  I entt I f e v i erved to be i ii is I ord His i Mis have psed Ihi brilliancy of the i, If ever a I i i of a i i the pi >us, the %  the d a n into nd to whi se tali nts and n [u< ii d will I Nelson was buried in Paul's with all thi %  antrj of w ai and was to rest in the made oi I timber of the L'( )rint midst t< irs ol a wi eping and t 11 111 < %  C onia 11, l by t hi impany from I; I he i ompi ii dined to pei mil th< i ark i • had ral stormy enco treets crov ; • ,ok the view that men shoul-1 rx t bi %  • d i" evade 1 military sen this m I hi arrival • if lh< Ii: 1 -' in I ,ivi rpool dn w n outside the st amship ofl I wo of the [rishnii n > 1 diiv, n by ( ) thi rs were se1 upon di i >i id with white I l noring crii sof"C vard Traitors!" and refusing to appeals of n nun i nts, the Iri -'men mai lo the dock. Win n tin (Continued on 4th pu t i Wear Armbpif ter's Shoes


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Publication Date: Thursday, November 18, 1915
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\\il!'\is feddictua tvirnre in veiba mvK'it.
I to bm> r to the Do(maa oj n M
VOL, VII.
nu. N.P ' ! ..
NO
Life of Nelson
and short account of
The Battle of Trafalgar

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Go .m L. AIL -\ G.,
on 1
nrlvided from I UMd
Novembti 16, 191 V
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hly lost
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tion
1 i da wi i
from a niu
Hip
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v, and I
mill
of Dii
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in
' di teh sent I i Admi
II
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n v lucli
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his fii
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n of Ill's gloi il
| In thai trying momi
n
i
A fore hi i x
in Ilar
inquired ho
The
hich
chara
ler, inks to the Al-
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1 i :
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to lu my
upon I'
ne In
I entt
I f e v i
erved to be
i
ii is I ord His '
i Mis have
psed Ihi brilliancy of the
i, If
ever a I i i
of a i i
the pi >us, the

the d
! a
n into '
. nd to whi se tali nts and
n
[u< ii d will I
Nelson was buried in
Paul's with all thi .
antrj of w ai and was !
to rest in the made oi I
timber of the L'( )rint midst
t< irs ol a wi eping and
t e iii,n safely an
itely leave him.
Thine Inland I
famou
'I'he cr'Kl'M
900 Irishmen are
Refused Passage
by the Saxonia
LIVERPCN iL.Saturd
Nine hundred Irishmi n
! to sail
: V > 11 111 < C
onia
11, l by t hi
impany from I;
I he i ompi ii
dined to pei mil th< i
ark i had
ral stormy enco
treets crov .; .
,ok the view that
! men shoul-1 rx t bi
d i" evade 1
military sen this m
I hi arrival if lh< Ii:1-'
in I ,ivi rpool dn w n
outside the st amship ofl
I wo of the [rishnii n >
1 diiv, n by
()thi rs were se1 upon di i >i
id with white I
l noring crii sof"C vard '
Traitors!" and refusing to
appeals of n nun i
nts, the Iri -'men mai
lo the dock. Win n tin
(Continued on 4th put i
Wear
Armbpif ter's
Shoes


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PUBLISHED DAILY
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THURSDAY. November 18, i u .
tune up to ruesdayafternoon
:
R. II. C. CR WV!'< >RD.
Commandant.
\ Pti k lamal ii in is is
by His Excellen
with
d nl ngi ins raised in this
for servio His
y's Regular an I Im-
Forces.
1 proclamal
and we have n
long soi dy wil
' with under it.
We im it.
iid hope that it w ill I
enf ced w hi m
tip re is any act ion in
venl.' >n of it.
" p i -ii w itho t i\uc
I d or indireel
1\ intei fen I uit-
>r enlisl
in the C< tii
any future Contii
in r wh hall
1) guilty of
and shall on sumi
v n before a M
in 8 ordance with the I
il iting the pn
fon VI igistral le to
a fine i if I'wi nty Pounds or
to >ri ionmenl fi ir I
months.
SECOND BAHA MS
CONTINGENT
An appeal is m ide to the
public for "smoki Foi the
1 ingent. C ars, ci
i .iikI tobacco :
to tli C
1 il the B .it any
' < I Re ruitin Commi I
I; Ni ivemb i i .i ,
I", i the busini ^ men of N
sau:
1 i n,
The 5 ond Bahama I
11 V\ i III < i:; n
llni! -.il jth
No\ embi r, f" ir Jam
"I M. Zella
'Lad i."
You I by the Recruit
ing Commi I that
daj i le us lal half-holiday
that Wi ek instead i il
.1 iv, Friday, m
i. 11 .111
e tli Conti iff.
By t ol Iv 'i in'
R. II. C. CR \'.\ Fi iRD.
C airman.
I Bril i Schr. "W.
S. M \.
IV L, (
ay in"i i
ted, in 1
ir"
The Mail Si "Morro
;iit.
Mail
Ifoi \ 'i
11 Wi t i I .
;ers:
H ; Mrs.
Maud M i
hii" lo G
.1. E. Willi
R' and ti ie G
Mr. and Mrs. I i H
K
Miss FI I
I Lighthouse!
nai

AMENDE HONOR \U.K.
wi re s< me daj
Favoured with a pi rusal of
the list of iptions
3 ". to
the ()\ Club Ti
Fui : I il).i.
by I \iiiy
1 Muriel Stuart who re-
centlv mad i I nded visit
to that city, but by some of
those im n countal ilc inad-
vertances vhich occur in a
newspaper i iffice, im nl ion of
this highly sin -sful 11
has ii. it been made until n<
Vnother, Miss Maisii Stuart
Ri ady I lelpers ra
' intributii n of I
to the i Conl
y a b le
vate musical i
Thi ribution
by Miss M ." which is 'ii' i~t com-1
mendable, and by an unl
tunate Fal ility although \
-I of the ma! in ii al-
oi iped im ntion
An. i lent i icrurrei I on I
ning in k St
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the o Cai
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Editor I'liliui

wi 11 certain
Im '
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biding s
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J. P. Hilto il. I). \\
man and J, S. G lie'n
own I lit) invited thi
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parti' ipatein t he "( I
Mr. Arthur Wii
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\ ici 111
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in stating I t of tin
n,i i I emed I mpi
''. erj...... with u n u s u a I
i .while thejcitol man-
ner in which a vei ol "(i
I : : was si
proved that all present were
clothed and in their righl
mini Is. Each of the f< ill
n vi horl
talks, which si to ki
; zeal in the bre isl iif
j' lung volunteer, viz: I .
i I' J. P., Mr. C I.
Clai ke, C ipts. Thi is. and
I 1 and Rev. W. T. Oil-
up i: p. i ial tribute wa | \
to the couragi ol i na-
born sons, who areijhi
in Fi ir se; s ice. Mi s. H I >
Whyman addressed the audi-
with the follow ing
which c.-illi'1 forth
\ I 11111 111
o
in our n I
and brothei with-
. titude;
For h to our pla e.
\ i little hiddi n si ttli mi
.mill nc\er do our d
to tl Coui
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\ a n n
nd I her
ii.ii'- i'i help
m a i n t a i n 11 t ol
I

i ,1 B a i. .' a. i a n
Mr. J. S. G : '
appi t! I. to I
and sp<
liei Mr. A W.

Following ^
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Savanni
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Mrs .1 P. Hilton I in
a cli in-
ner '
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produced b\ ("has !. Gil
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1 i
which thi 1 ll
i......I > ei y .
hearts conti I
a pilau, bn ad, i al
of ilil! ; n ind v arm


** I
ea) patriot ore
givi i :'i klrs. J. P., Jr., and
P. I 11 ilton in unisi >n, Mi
Jas II ipson, Mrs, II
D V in and Mi Ethel.
netl thi ill.mks of the
mating wi ; nd r< d to the
thjee lady proprieters, who
. I ii ii [i iyal' i msidei
in manil I
it with ihe
VI | n S. I
B< late I 'I atchcs from
Athens say that < I ece
:i mi i;i natio I
i ute Minis
ntend that the right
orded ti iter the
country through Salonika ;
mits them I i i ame
te, should it I
foi 1;..... 'ii do
nks I
TRI
We remain,
!E riRl I hill :
Radiograms
o'
171 h N i
Lond n, i J Ii: Winsi
ncer Chun lull \\ lio
'i '
held p
: l; 11
C tin the V

i i iud Abouki ill-
lilfk in expedit
and the initial
limself i the
In. ii
Ills I III-
"I \yoi: 1 V
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\ UP
I
In/- .I
|
e he had
that the 1
with hi in.
Londi m, i ,: I'll
1 n hi
I
I

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l..is( visit gj
imp ii i.ii. i
I. md >n, 17'h.
( IS,
I ital
: min
Foil tone and
lives :< ist.
Fi
LaBassi md
East i
I i special news I
Italian
;ht
i
B in \u i uv,
Wai in
nies that

u '
! \squil
1
I i i
cil.
[X>li
Berlin Vttempl
I
Mon
pei ilo '
ity.
I Ion: Die Bril ital
\nglia ik by a mine
lish Cham el.
Lost
SATURDAY Night, from
the abutment >ppi site the
si i ire of Nj. fesq., One
ra ft.,
while with ropi
around Ii
Return to
CHAS, h \l BURY
NOTICE
THE entire in trad*
of the late B. I.. Williams
i- being dispi ised of at great-
ly redui ed prii i s as it has
:i decided to close down
the business in I
of January.
In the meantime the under-
id is prepared to i
rs for the purchase i f the
v. hole or any p irt I
( a your C
CHI \K
An opportunity
I
N o i
PHILIPA 1'RECO
C
WANTED
Immediately
MORE MEN for the 2nd
( it hi tii
' in I hursd j li
ins!.
T5he
Imperial
Orchestra
BFCiS I i r friends
: : public
that thej are quippi d with
all latest mush for modern
garden parties, and
rtainments, is . 11s< >
' ep
......is ;it sh >rl m it ice. 11 i ms
I irther |
i irulars, see M I hos, W.
I nun. \l t.,S i.ii.
C. Mi I 'hers n, i n Walti i I
Weir, Badlou 11:11 Road.
NOTICE
AR I E I \\ .ui.k
nd pumps fitti d, and
pluinbii by
VVM. M. KIWI- V.
st!' St
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST

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.hi 1. nvi.:, ;
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t Linsa
Caw suiuoi.1 mi n
million.

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FEARS LID. (
| ; nil I DOI " 'ii
:


< II
I the
spirit ol I he crowd infoi med
tin' steamship i ompam Ihi \
wiiuld nol ,i\i I ,iveipool
with the Saxonia if the Irish
men were pei mitti d
aboard.
i company,
meeting held in Li1
upheld the firemi n and refus
''Is ransportatii n to all I ii i
ti^li of mil.:
' ed in addition ih.it the
.....would be foil iwi d in
1111 ill lun
I I II It :
i I illovv t'
. Fiv< "I '
tain d men aft
/ hi .'.
an,
ARROW
COLLAR
All Arrow collars arc
made of fabrics bleach d
and shrunk in our own
plants. They always
fit and sit correctly and
an- the most durable.
. D
//? Prices Of
Fresh Meat
Tl IE undi rsignrd will sell
at Block Nil. 6 in the City
Mi at Market from the t |ti.
' t thefol
B t lod. per lb.
Bl I I .it I' 1. ,. lb.
Sti |d. ., II'.
"\ .. II).
1'. rl< /I. .. lb.
N. B. 1 : draw the
, that '1
v fresh
thai my only
an 'Ii
I
ve my
and all utl
i ie middle ol I
I will 1
(]lli-
i, lint
to hold pro
!. V ROKI
FOR SALE
A QRi IE with
E
I'. \ KM
THE UNTIRING ENERGY
rbial. Practically no en r-k- js
ihtS mpl \cd. Sum vi i
oi the Wi >lii is pi
required where Sunligi
Soap is energy itself. The Wolf is the ^hem
mankind ;
SUNLIGHT SOA?
istheenemj of all dirt. It is the friend of the hou
w iU-, and is made fi ir her
profit. To the 1. wife it
ns les lab ur, le dirt,
mure leisure, and time and
money -a\ ed. Si m u sh i
Soai awaj with need- ./f^j*t
i ubbing,
cl thes.
GIVB IT A TRIAL
Look!
! tasted
a well i ince
I've heen i N
Nasi
-ii
I I.
F i i '." r:
Nast ..: Tr\
a n d \
All i
~ if to ta t< tin
O" A S O J ) 1**113
ON SALE A l
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAIL! RS
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO., Inc.
MAKERS, rROY, N. V. l" s. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
exclusive Ag 1.1.
In Drums El< no
pei (iill >n.
Ten Gallon Cans I me Shil
ling per (Jill
C. C. SAU\1 >ERS
East I I
i N.i- u \'. P.
* April, i jth 1915.
T. M. X NOW LES
L2o Bay Stn :.
IS now pi ed to supply
Rub 1 for Ba 1
( 1 to set, and
1
I.
2nd Bahamas
Coiiiingent
Iii ... 1 n
ill he leaving Na iu
n
warm vests foi tli
man '
It is expect
will in I
i '
. 11| shci 1
1 >n of the Ii>\' n
w en havi

1 tty.
R. II. C CR WVFORD,
( ; i 1 man,
R' 1 uititii' Comtn
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
s
Arthi
1 (1 East Str< '
FOR SALE
A NEW SM UK 13 ft.
I\. el 5 ft. wide.
I 01 I'.'i I i" ulai ippl
.1. .1. KNOWI ES
I
Here's An OpporJ
tUnitV Hvit you cunn<>\
a 1 lord to lose.
II "i
n\ a First (
V
It I to 1
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