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prevailed over all of southern California. Temperatures—8 a.m. 20th Chicago 34 Host on 24 Washington 34 Jax'ville 52 Key West 70 New York Nassau 30 74 2 its January, 1910. London 20th. 1 Jovernor, Bahamas. Official news;—A British submarine grounded on the Dutch coast.The en :w rescued by a British destroyer and a Dutch warship. No lives were lost. Headquarters in France reports 16 aeroplanes attached enemy supply depot Northeast of Aofert causing considerable damage. There were nineteen air encounters and five enemy machines were brought down. Two British machines were lost. Enemy In DChes were raided Northof the River Lys and several prisoners captured. Two enemy airplanes bomb edNancy. French airplanes retaliated on railway stations of Met/and Arranville. Russia reports that Getman attempts to cross the Dvina weie repulsed. In the Caucasus considerable Success was obtained and the enemy dis!odg( d oil 0 66 mile front, They have withdrawn in disorder towards Era roiim. (ieneral Aylmer continues to advance and is now about '•even miles from K nt el Amara. (Signed) BONAR LAW. London: -Genet d Aylmer yc sterday was in close touch with the Turks position at Essin, seven miles from Kut el Amara. Berlin:—The British used %  i n ke bombs on German positions North of Frelinghlin n, Nothcrn France. The attacks were repulsed with heavy British losses. Rome:— Fighting has been resumed between Montenegro and Austria. All Austrian terms were rejected. King Nicholas is with the army organizing its defenses. 'I he government is installed at Scutari. Sofi a:— Em pe ror \V i 11 i a m has returned to Germany from Nish. Washington:Secretary Daniels told the house naval I committee that the United States would be in a position 'to close the European war and tall an international conf< r< nee foi limitation of armament if the I Inited Stati s was prepared for building 1 more dreadnoughts than anybody else. He favoured legislation 1 ompelling naval oflicers to devote their lives to the service instead of only eight years aftei leaving Annapolis. Presidi n1 Wilson Will speak at Cleveland, Pittsburg,Chicago and other Western cities on national defense. He will .leave Washington on the :28th. NOTICE • ( In Tin -day next, 25th int.. a Set vn e of S( ng will be rendered by the choir of Charity Tabernacle, Freetown. Don:open 7.30 to commence ;it 8 p. m. Admissson: Adults 6d. children 3d. Refreshments will be s<'Id. Lost O X Thursday afternoon between George Street and the Eastern Parade a "MiMpah" brooch. Reasonable Reward on delivety at TRIBUNE OFFICE For Rent A SIX foora cottage w ith bath attached, near Pi 1 son and Fort Fincaslle. Apply JOS. LAING, Blue Mill St. FOR SALE Reo Motor Car, Terms:-£50 down } 50 approved Note ALSO A Good Row Boat £7. J P. SIMMS GASOLINE Fromthis Date, Price in Original Drums, One shilling per Gallon. I 1 -s quantity, ()ne Shil ling and tluce pence per Gal Ion. In Cases, T( n (la11< ins, 1 as. per Casi C. C. SAUNDERS East I'ay Stn Nassau X. P. Saturday, I • %  • cm In 1 [8th I915. Just Received Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Vi e, I lamburgei Steak Coined ami Roast Beef, l'"t#>l Meat, Salmon, Olives, Mustard, Evaporated ami Condensed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisins, Prunes, Currants, Asst. Nuts, ; Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince Meat. Also a nice supply of Bread, : Home made Cakes and Pies, Fruit .lollies and Marmalade, Aerated Waters, Home made Pickles, Olive Oil Cigars and Cigarettes. F. A. GARNER, 53 West Bay Street. W. A. MATHER D ESIRI' S in inform Ins f and the Public ih it I • Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat Til E undersigned will si II at Block No. G in the City Meat Market from the 1 11i 1 inst. fresh meal at the follow ing prici s vi/: — Beel Stea I. at 1 d. per lb. Roast B< el" at tod. ,. II). Stewing at od. „ lb. Mutton N.ld. ., 11). Pork 7d." „ lb N. B.— I beg to draw the attention ol the public to the fact, that in my above ad vertisement offi 1 ing Ires!, mi at of \ ariOUS kinds at reduced pi ices, that my only prices are those as quoli d above, \\ hicli I am prepan d at all times io serve my customers, and all others who may favour 1110 with their patronage and from and after the middle of Dec ember of this ye 11 I will have quite a variety of American n meal and poultry Remember my prices I intend to hold to as time will prove. I\ \. ROKER. UNDERTAKER fi lends e li is just received D complete outfit ol f icilil ie* for the hi n in unlei t''l>' 1, w hich pi him in a position to carry out Funerals thai be entrusted to lilt care willi ystei i'li ; and r< \ fully solicit 1 lieii pal ronaec ( H I % %  j 1 '1 ii t '" si and |>m\ (ftliew thai •inI he vco lowi -I f-.i lln 1 I is.work, Fjr Hire Horse and Buggy I' itti d up \\ ith all modern rtpplianci 9 (lonifoi t guaran 11 d I'or dm t in 1 particulars Appl at Mrs. BRUCE A BOWE No. in 1 lelam y St, For Sale An English Bicyclo AND Horse an^i Bug-g^y both in g I repair and of the best lirtll.CS Fqr further particulars Applj at 'TRIBUNE' Office NOTICE M iss Amy X. St unit is prepared to give li ssi 'iis on Pianoforte at Moderate t < %  1 ins, Apply at 666 Bay Stiei I Advertise in i he Tribune.



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prevailed over all of southern California. Temperatures—8 a.m. 20th Chicago 34 Host on 24 Washington 34 Jax'ville 52 Key West 70 New York Nassau 30 74 2 its January, 1910. London 20th. 1 Jovernor, Bahamas. Official news;—A British submarine grounded on the Dutch coast.The en :w rescued by a British destroyer and a Dutch warship. No lives were lost. Headquarters in France reports 16 aeroplanes attached enemy supply depot Northeast of Aofert causing considerable damage. There were nineteen air encounters and five enemy machines were brought down. Two British machines were lost. Enemy In DChes were raided Northof the River Lys and several prisoners captured. Two enemy airplanes bomb edNancy. French airplanes retaliated on railway stations of Met/and Arranville. Russia reports that Getman attempts to cross the Dvina weie repulsed. In the Caucasus considerable Success was obtained and the enemy dis!odg( d oil 0 66 mile front, They have withdrawn in disorder towards Era roiim. (ieneral Aylmer continues to advance and is now about '•even miles from K nt el Amara. (Signed) BONAR LAW. London: -Genet d Aylmer yc sterday was in close touch with the Turks position at Essin, seven miles from Kut el Amara. Berlin:—The British used %  i n ke bombs on German positions North of Frelinghlin n, Nothcrn France. The attacks were repulsed with heavy British losses. Rome:— Fighting has been resumed between Montenegro and Austria. All Austrian terms were rejected. King Nicholas is with the army organizing its defenses. 'I he government is installed at Scutari. Sofi a:— Em pe ror \V i 11 i a m has returned to Germany from Nish. Washington:Secretary Daniels told the house naval I committee that the United States would be in a position 'to close the European war and tall an international conf< r< nee foi limitation of armament if the I Inited Stati s was prepared for building 1 more dreadnoughts than anybody else. He favoured legislation 1 ompelling naval oflicers to devote their lives to the service instead of only eight years aftei leaving Annapolis. Presidi n1 Wilson Will speak at Cleveland, Pittsburg,Chicago and other Western cities on national defense. He will .leave Washington on the :28th. NOTICE • ( In Tin -day next, 25th int.. a Set vn e of S( ng will be rendered by the choir of Charity Tabernacle, Freetown. Don:open 7.30 to commence ;it 8 p. m. Admissson: Adults 6d. children 3d. Refreshments will be s<'Id. Lost O X Thursday afternoon between George Street and the Eastern Parade a "MiMpah" brooch. Reasonable Reward on delivety at TRIBUNE OFFICE For Rent A SIX foora cottage w ith bath attached, near Pi 1 son and Fort Fincaslle. Apply JOS. LAING, Blue Mill St. FOR SALE Reo Motor Car, Terms:-£50 down } 50 approved Note ALSO A Good Row Boat £7. J P. SIMMS GASOLINE Fromthis Date, Price in Original Drums, One shilling per Gallon. I 1 -s quantity, ()ne Shil ling and tluce pence per Gal Ion. In Cases, T( n (la11< ins, 1 as. per Casi C. C. SAUNDERS East I'ay Stn Nassau X. P. Saturday, I • %  • cm In 1 [8th I915. Just Received Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Vi e, I lamburgei Steak Coined ami Roast Beef, l'"t#>l Meat, Salmon, Olives, Mustard, Evaporated ami Condensed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisins, Prunes, Currants, Asst. Nuts, ; Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince Meat. Also a nice supply of Bread, : Home made Cakes and Pies, Fruit .lollies and Marmalade, Aerated Waters, Home made Pickles, Olive Oil Cigars and Cigarettes. F. A. GARNER, 53 West Bay Street. W. A. MATHER D ESIRI' S in inform Ins f and the Public ih it I • Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat Til E undersigned will si II at Block No. G in the City Meat Market from the 1 11i 1 inst. fresh meal at the follow ing prici s vi/: — Beel Stea I. at 1 d. per lb. Roast B< el" at tod. ,. II). Stewing at od. „ lb. Mutton N.ld. ., 11). Pork 7d." „ lb N. B.— I beg to draw the attention ol the public to the fact, that in my above ad vertisement offi 1 ing Ires!, mi at of \ ariOUS kinds at reduced pi ices, that my only prices are those as quoli d above, \\ hicli I am prepan d at all times io serve my customers, and all others who may favour 1110 with their patronage and from and after the middle of Dec ember of this ye 11 I will have quite a variety of American n meal and poultry Remember my prices I intend to hold to as time will prove. I\ \. ROKER. UNDERTAKER fi lends e li is just received D complete outfit ol f icilil ie* for the hi n in unlei t''l>' 1, w hich pi him in a position to carry out Funerals thai be entrusted to lilt care willi ystei i'li ; and r< \ fully solicit 1 lieii pal ronaec ( H I % %  j 1 '1 ii t '" si and |>m\ (ftliew thai •inI he vco lowi -I f-.i lln 1 I is.work, Fjr Hire Horse and Buggy I' itti d up \\ ith all modern rtpplianci 9 (lonifoi t guaran 11 d I'or dm t in 1 particulars Appl at Mrs. BRUCE A BOWE No. in 1 lelam y St, For Sale An English Bicyclo AND Horse an^i Bug-g^y both in g I repair and of the best lirtll.CS Fqr further particulars Applj at 'TRIBUNE' Office NOTICE M iss Amy X. St unit is prepared to give li ssi 'iis on Pianoforte at Moderate t < %  1 ins, Apply at 666 Bay Stiei I Advertise in i he Tribune.



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N\i!ln. mi.lit ins jumre In veiba mi!'slrl
Betni! bound inmcM to the [lismi of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
NeLiaau. N.P.. Bahama.. FRIDAY. January 21. I I6.
\o. 50
i.
I
Corner Shirley A> CHa.rlott Sli
rii<> i'. o. i OJ
ILISHED DAILY
RATE
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MAILS.
(ails i'i be (I
ill Ml! 1 'I,!., |) I
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at ii. a.m.
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Schr "Julia Ulizab
Miami on I lie
. with In.
.Mi'.

> i .. I' 11! 111, | 11 i. 11 (|,
Joseph Jon I i J
Martin i i, Nath .
i, ant] |e.
The Mail Steamer "Mon-
1 yi -i i :
.i'"'ii from Havana hi i
the followi
v\ horn to
the fendd pro decl to New
Yoi
Miss F fansen ;
\ I; 11 v I', 11 M i
VV. Fnrwi II; Mr. And Mi
f" I In
. Irving M 'i:.n;;r, Mr. and
S. Ho
liam R
F.
Howe, VV
and Clan nee La)
I Bui nside. ( i
mer Mi
Jew York .ii
in Thurs lay for N
.
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will be given thi
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chattel i l G
(lei I wi n Assaulting
and
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prevailed over all of southern
California.
Temperatures8 a.m. 20th
Chicago 34
Host on 24
Washington 34
Jax'ville 52
Key West 70
New York
Nassau
30
74
2 its January, 1910.
London 20th.
1 Jovernor, Bahamas.
Official news;A British
submarine grounded on the
Dutch coast.The en :w rescued
by a British destroyer and a
Dutch warship. No lives were
lost.
Headquarters in France re-
ports 16 aeroplanes attached
enemy supply depot North-
east of Aofert causing consi-
derable damage. There were
nineteen air encounters and
five enemy machines were
brought down. Two British
machines were lost. Enemy
In DChes were raided Northof
the River Lys and several
prisoners captured.
Two enemy airplanes bomb
edNancy. French airplanes re-
taliated on railway stations
of Met/and Arranville.
Russia reports that Getman
attempts to cross the Dvina
weie repulsed.
In the Caucasus consider-
able Success was obtained and
the enemy dis!odg( d oil 0 66
mile front, They have with-
drawn in disorder towards
Era roiim.
(ieneral Aylmer continues
to advance and is now about
'even miles from K nt el
Amara.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
London: -Genet d Aylmer
yc sterday was in close touch
with the Turks position at
Essin, seven miles from Kut
el Amara.
Berlin:The British used
in ke bombs on German
positions North of Frelingh-
lin n, Nothcrn France. The
attacks were repulsed with
heavy British losses.
Rome:Fighting has been
resumed between Montenegro
and Austria. All Austrian
terms were rejected. King
Nicholas is with the army
organizing its defenses. 'I he
government is installed at
Scutari.
Sofi a: Em pe ror \V i 11 i a m
has returned to Germany from
Nish.
Washington:- Secretary
' Daniels told the house naval
I committee that the United
States would be in a position
'to close the European war
and tall an international
conf< r< nee foi limitation of
armament if the I Inited Stati s
was prepared for building
1 more dreadnoughts than any-
body else. He favoured legis-
lation 1 ompelling naval ofli-
cers to devote their lives to
the service instead of only
eight years aftei leaving An-
napolis.
Presidi n1 Wilson Will speak
at Cleveland, Pittsburg,Chi-
cago and other Western cities
on national defense. He will
.leave Washington on the
:28th.
NOTICE

( In Tin -day next, 25th
int.. a Set vn e of S( ng will
be rendered by the choir of
Charity Tabernacle, Free-
town. Don:- open 7.30 to
commence ;it 8 p. m.
Admissson: Adults 6d.
children 3d. Refreshments
will be s<'Id.
Lost
OX Thursday afternoon
between George Street
and the Eastern Parade a
"MiMpah" brooch.
Reasonable Reward on
delivety at
' TRIBUNE OFFICE
For Rent
A SIX foora cottage w ith
bath attached, near Pi 1
son and Fort Fincaslle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue Mill St.
FOR SALE
Reo Motor Car,
Terms:- -50 down
} 50 approved Note
ALSO
A Good Row Boat
7.
J P. SIMMS
GASOLINE
Fromthis Date, Price in
Original Drums, One shilling
per Gallon.
I 1 -s quantity, ()ne Shil
ling and tluce pence per Gal
Ion.
In Cases, T( n (la11< ins, 1 as.
per Casi
C. C. SAUNDERS
East I'ay Stn
Nassau X. P.
Saturday,
I cm In 1 [8th I915.
Just Received
Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Vi
e, I lamburgei Steak
Coined ami Roast Beef, l'"t#>l
Meat, Salmon, Olives, Mustard,
Evaporated ami Condensed
Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisins,
Prunes, Currants, Asst. Nuts,
; Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince
Meat.
Also a nice supply of Bread,
: Home made Cakes and Pies,
' Fruit .lollies and Marmalade,
Aerated Waters, Home made
Pickles, Olive Oil
Cigars and Cigarettes.
F. A. GARNER,
53 West Bay Street.
W. A. MATHER
DESIRI' S in inform Ins f
and the Public ih it I
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
TilE undersigned will si II
at Block No. G in the City
Meat Market from the 1 11i 1
inst. fresh meal at the follow
ing prici s vi/:
Beel Stea I. at 1 d. per lb.
Roast B< el" at tod. ,. II).
Stewing at od. lb.
Mutton N.ld. ., 11).
Pork 7d." lb
N. B. I beg to draw the
attention ol the public to the
fact, that in my above ad
vertisement offi 1 ing Ires!,
mi at of \ ariOUS kinds at re-
duced pi ices, that my only
prices are those as quoli d
above, \\ hicli I am prepan d
at all times io serve my
customers, and all others
who may favour 1110 with
their patronage and from
and after the middle of Dec
ember of this ye 11 I will have
quite a variety of American
n meal and poultry
Remember my prices I intend
to hold to as time will prove.
I\ \. ROKER.
UNDERTAKER
fi lends
e li is
just received d complete outfit ol
f icilil ie* for the hi n in un-
lei t''l>' 1, w hich pi him in a
position to carry out Funerals thai
be entrusted to lilt care willi
ystei i'li; and r< \
fully solicit 1 lieii pal ronaec ( h I
j 1 '1 ii t '" si and |>m\ (ftliew thai
in- I he vco lowi -I f-.i lln 1 I is.-
work,
Fjr Hire
Horse and Buggy
I' itti d up \\ ith all modern
rtpplianci 9
(lonifoi t guaran 11 d
I'or dm t in 1 particulars
Appl at
Mrs. BRUCE A BOWE
No. in 1 lelam y St,
For Sale
An English Bicyclo
AND
Horse an^i Bug-g^y
both in g.....I repair and of the
best lirtll.CS
Fqr further particulars
Applj at 'TRIBUNE' Office
NOTICE
Miss Amy X. St unit is pre-
pared to give li ssi 'iis
on Pianoforte at Moderate
t < 1 ins,
Apply at 666 Bay Stiei I
Advertise in
i he Tribune.


prevailed over all of southern
California.
Temperatures8 a.m. 20th
Chicago 34
Host on 24
Washington 34
Jax'ville 52
Key West 70
New York
Nassau
30
74
2 its January, 1910.
London 20th.
1 Jovernor, Bahamas.
Official news;A British
submarine grounded on the
Dutch coast.The en :w rescued
by a British destroyer and a
Dutch warship. No lives were
lost.
Headquarters in France re-
ports 16 aeroplanes attached
enemy supply depot North-
east of Aofert causing consi-
derable damage. There were
nineteen air encounters and
five enemy machines were
brought down. Two British
machines were lost. Enemy
In DChes were raided Northof
the River Lys and several
prisoners captured.
Two enemy airplanes bomb
edNancy. French airplanes re-
taliated on railway stations
of Met/and Arranville.
Russia reports that Getman
attempts to cross the Dvina
weie repulsed.
In the Caucasus consider-
able Success was obtained and
the enemy dis!odg( d oil 0 66
mile front, They have with-
drawn in disorder towards
Era roiim.
(ieneral Aylmer continues
to advance and is now about
'even miles from K nt el
Amara.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
London: -Genet d Aylmer
yc sterday was in close touch
with the Turks position at
Essin, seven miles from Kut
el Amara.
Berlin:The British used
in ke bombs on German
positions North of Frelingh-
lin n, Nothcrn France. The
attacks were repulsed with
heavy British losses.
Rome:Fighting has been
resumed between Montenegro
and Austria. All Austrian
terms were rejected. King
Nicholas is with the army
organizing its defenses. 'I he
government is installed at
Scutari.
Sofi a: Em pe ror \V i 11 i a m
has returned to Germany from
Nish.
Washington:- Secretary
' Daniels told the house naval
I committee that the United
States would be in a position
'to close the European war
and tall an international
conf< r< nee foi limitation of
armament if the I Inited Stati s
was prepared for building
1 more dreadnoughts than any-
body else. He favoured legis-
lation 1 ompelling naval ofli-
cers to devote their lives to
the service instead of only
eight years aftei leaving An-
napolis.
Presidi n1 Wilson Will speak
at Cleveland, Pittsburg,Chi-
cago and other Western cities
on national defense. He will
.leave Washington on the
:28th.
NOTICE

( In Tin -day next, 25th
int.. a Set vn e of S( ng will
be rendered by the choir of
Charity Tabernacle, Free-
town. Don:- open 7.30 to
commence ;it 8 p. m.
Admissson: Adults 6d.
children 3d. Refreshments
will be s<'Id.
Lost
OX Thursday afternoon
between George Street
and the Eastern Parade a
"MiMpah" brooch.
Reasonable Reward on
delivety at
' TRIBUNE OFFICE
For Rent
A SIX foora cottage w ith
bath attached, near Pi 1
son and Fort Fincaslle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue Mill St.
FOR SALE
Reo Motor Car,
Terms:- -50 down
} 50 approved Note
ALSO
A Good Row Boat
7.
J P. SIMMS
GASOLINE
Fromthis Date, Price in
Original Drums, One shilling
per Gallon.
I 1 -s quantity, ()ne Shil
ling and tluce pence per Gal
Ion.
In Cases, T( n (la11< ins, 1 as.
per Casi
C. C. SAUNDERS
East I'ay Stn
Nassau X. P.
Saturday,
I cm In 1 [8th I915.
Just Received
Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Vi
e, I lamburgei Steak
Coined ami Roast Beef, l'"t#>l
Meat, Salmon, Olives, Mustard,
Evaporated ami Condensed
Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisins,
Prunes, Currants, Asst. Nuts,
; Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince
Meat.
Also a nice supply of Bread,
: Home made Cakes and Pies,
' Fruit .lollies and Marmalade,
Aerated Waters, Home made
Pickles, Olive Oil
Cigars and Cigarettes.
F. A. GARNER,
53 West Bay Street.
W. A. MATHER
DESIRI' S in inform Ins f
and the Public ih it I
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
TilE undersigned will si II
at Block No. G in the City
Meat Market from the 1 11i 1
inst. fresh meal at the follow
ing prici s vi/:
Beel Stea I. at 1 d. per lb.
Roast B< el" at tod. ,. II).
Stewing at od. lb.
Mutton N.ld. ., 11).
Pork 7d." lb
N. B. I beg to draw the
attention ol the public to the
fact, that in my above ad
vertisement offi 1 ing Ires!,
mi at of \ ariOUS kinds at re-
duced pi ices, that my only
prices are those as quoli d
above, \\ hicli I am prepan d
at all times io serve my
customers, and all others
who may favour 1110 with
their patronage and from
and after the middle of Dec
ember of this ye 11 I will have
quite a variety of American
n meal and poultry
Remember my prices I intend
to hold to as time will prove.
I\ \. ROKER.
UNDERTAKER
fi lends
e li is
just received d complete outfit ol
f icilil ie* for the hi n in un-
lei t''l>' 1, w hich pi him in a
position to carry out Funerals thai
be entrusted to lilt care willi
ystei i'li; and r< \
fully solicit 1 lieii pal ronaec ( h I
j 1 '1 ii t '" si and |>m\ (ftliew thai
in- I he vco lowi -I f-.i lln 1 I is.-
work,
Fjr Hire
Horse and Buggy
I' itti d up \\ ith all modern
rtpplianci 9
(lonifoi t guaran 11 d
I'or dm t in 1 particulars
Appl at
Mrs. BRUCE A BOWE
No. in 1 lelam y St,
For Sale
An English Bicyclo
AND
Horse an^i Bug-g^y
both in g.....I repair and of the
best lirtll.CS
Fqr further particulars
Applj at 'TRIBUNE' Office
NOTICE
Miss Amy X. St unit is pre-
pared to give li ssi 'iis
on Pianoforte at Moderate
t < 1 ins,
Apply at 666 Bay Stiei I
Advertise in
i he Tribune.


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