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'Irevino the Carranza com mander b u sofa shortage ol ammaniti Was : —The n Fusal of the Britisli grant safe coodu i to the New Austri an Amb issador tq the United States is :ted to start an rsy with ilie Al —:o:— November 29(11 IQI6. Via Key West. War Su : ry, 27:—l!. lire of II. All Rf< ei 11: north and south thi Rou Alp-, ti %  f the l*ei directi tinuin^ to ma e 1 • -itli Buc dailyco ,uth %  1 a^ hi 1 I i! I'eutni across the I'opolog Rivei while ll R< 1 hide e and Valenci their lim 11 drawn 1 lerably n the Roumanian capital. Ci n si lering the swiftne s of the itonicadvance across W chia co vely few | ers 1 taken I rej witl able ol 28 1 ,,, 111 I ers u hile in ll A. River 1 j ,,, %  litional officers and 10 re taken In a big battle extending ovi 1 a front of 17 miles northwest and northeast of Monastii twron Tarnovoand Makovo the Allies, according to Berlin, have met with a severe ,1 through the failure of an attack ainst the forces of the Central 1'owers. Aside from reports of the ro pulse of the Bulgarians' by the S> rbians, and of continui .1 pro ress of the Italians west of the Allies contemplate a fresh ofneat Amu atieres ami east "f \nas where hi ivy artillery bombardments are being carried out, .111,1 nlso on the St. Milml s ilienl south oi Vi rdun. Anotln i licial despatch fioni Berlin quotes ConstantinopleI advi ct that Arabs on I tlie liipoli I'unis frontier in North I \fn 1 the [tali and %  j (he hordi r into Tunis against the !'"o rch. The the 1 iliatw SI in-. 1 ml.) thi (prior by I 1917 Announcement "Reo Six W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public thai he lias just received a omplete outfit of f icilii '.In business of an under taker, w hi h places him 111 a position tocarrj out I unerals that may ho entrusted to his rare with system and des patch ; and tfully soli cits their patronage Gel my prii e i' l and provi ilia! they are ll owest f01 >rk. . offers with 7 passenger Touring £250 "Reo Four" .5 passenger louring 205 NOTE. In July dosing the Reo I 1 d %  a special ;o on tin Reo Six, 7 1' r I ourin'g Cai as I had (pre 1011s J Reo Poor, .5 pa louring, bul no 1 confuse these spa ial which are transient, ular pi ices. Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Agent J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express lyforJ.C. Coakley Long leaf, Pine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Mad.' to catch the trade of those who know what good toha 1 0 is and have got tired of some of the old brands that Monastir the Entente war office '' ;iV1 8 one ,:ui record no important enga Give it a trial and-you will m y ,,t, ; I ^ %  enjoysmoking like you used in the Carma sector of the to. Austro Italian theatre and east I Prices 6Jd. per flake—3 of Gor.za the Austnans are dozen flakes at 6d. per Bake vigorously shell ne the Italians ^ ,• r OiMhoRussimfron, ffiSTfi S^ 1 *'"?"? guaranteed o, been 00 considerable activity by '"""' >' refun aed. both il, l,\ Miam and Gernm'n .,{ various points. Jusl a hint—"The Mlies" Comparaiivecalin still prevails id Cigars are the best ever, ^-SS£t^tLrlg d S'ia. u h !s I A Berlin somi-of(ici il .]. JC. COAKLEY, says that there arc indications that 304 Bay 5t. There are above 40,^00 people of m) %  in ill" thi 1 I uorrj Instead. I shall simpl) 1 main, Yours faithfully, I. A WRIGHT (I) 37 Marki t Stn et, Na P rs : 5 p.m. Sui FOR SALE A gi 11 id invi stmi nl foi \\ bo contemplates 11 ing car during the wintei mouths. To be sold at a moderate price. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. European Agency. I NDENTS prompt!} execuf ed at lowest cash n ices for all lands of British and Con tinental goods, including !' %  a ika ai Stationery, I 1 ither, 11 China, Barthi 1 1 ware, C) 1 les, Motors an \ 1 Drapery, Millinery and I b'.iiu \ G dt and Perfun Hardware, Mai hioeryand Metal*, jewellery, Plate and Wat Phot 1 its phiCa Opt l'i. n I ( lilm n" etc ate, Comniuiou t\ / %  .<-. to ,5 p,c. Sptcial QatiatioHt m Dtnand. I (finii £W u ContignmtntM of Produce Sold WILLIAM WILSON JL SONS [Efl iblithed 181 ,] 25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. Cable Addnm / ONRB AtNANDOUN, New Bicycle^phes FOP Sale Wf put them onflr you free New American Bicycles for sale. Moderate Prices. BRUCE JOHNSON I : King Street, Nassau. NOTICE! A id. persons hiving any claim against the Estate Jacob Benjamin quested to render the duly attested, and those iiiih bted to the said I state to make pa) menl to KENNETH SOLOMON, Attorney for John Astwo I .ecutor. 15th Nov. 1916. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. -) EMOVI !) from 41 • I ^ I Ci ty, to ( et No 11. All work d itli m atness and d pat h, herp-to-fore. Patrom solicited. JOS. II. S. BOVVEN, Tailor. FOR RENT T HAT desirable Cottage, corner Marlborough St. and Na wvu Court. Pos 1 can be had ist I ta ember. For further particulars, Apply j. w. DA vis; o 10 Marlborough St. NOTICE 7 HIS is to inform my Patron • and the Public, that I have opened my Public r.larkJjAitl, Shop; and am iiowpWnlv to do anything in the linefo G< ne ral repairor new work II01 Shoeing a specialty. All work done Met hajdcallv I'.T. HUYLER



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44, V m News FOP Everybody" Nulllua nuiilii im (urnre In verba mnv sirl Bir\(( bound to swe.\r to the Donmm of no Master, VOL. XIV NIVUJRVJ N. P.. Bn.ha.miva. WEDNESDAY November 29 I'll. No. 5 I.. OILBRRT DUPI < II. lulilor iind I'roprittir. OI-KICK: Corner Shirley & Chnrloile Sle Sassau, .V. /'., BOJMMMM 'PHONE MX) I', o. BOX MS. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Moods*. Wednesday ami Friday— !'• COW J.I Tur-iav, an! Thursday—tingle c>i>y Ii med by t lie Commandant of Police, Chairman of Ihe R< cruil ing I immitti e, thai the 3rd Baha nas Contingent, and the I Irafts for the Bahamas Con gent, who lefl Jamaii a 0 unetime at the end of September, have reai hi <1 their destination safely. We are also in a position to state thai tin re is no truth in a rumour that twelve of our men dii <\ on the voyage The only man belonging to the Bahamas who dii d was P r i va t e Joa ph Newnt.au, whose death has been official ly notified. a request that two mi ire Mo tor Ambulance Cars be purchased with this money and the balance devoted to gen era] Red Cross pui p >ses; each car beai the same insci iption as last year. "Presented by the People of the Bahamas,' His Exci llency hopes that an elTnit will be made to bring the total of our [916 "OUR DA V" Appeal to £-'< n 1 '• Telegrams "OUR DAY" We have been request! d by the ( i vei 1 "i to state tli.it, after conferring with the I'M' T'yit of the Chamber "I ComHfl Mr. W. C. B. Johnson, Ilis Ex< ellem y remitted £1850 by l.isi mail t<> Sir Robert Hudson, the Chair 111,111 of tinJoint 1' Hi.in, e Commitee of the British Red Cross Society and the Ord< 1 %  it St. John of Jerusalem, with Novi mber 281I1, igiG. W.i 1 Summary 96: With Armiei ol the Teutonic Al I i es advani in low ird it both from ih" weal and fn m Ihe Southwest Bucharest is in peril. Von Mackepiens ti p have crossed 1 be I an ube from Bulgaria to Zimnitze and in HI touch in' 11 Alexandra '•milh wesi of Buchan I with Von Fal !> %  enli yms forcei fn m Cmiova, All along the fr< nl on ihe Wnllachian P isl of the Alt River the Roumanians are in ret real I urning p. WHS behind them, according to Bei lin I o the north on Ihe 1 eij hti l 1 u 'ii. HI the refji a 1 1 Diapvi I noitheatt of Camp ilung and HI western Moldavia heai OiluZ die Ita : 1 tare offering Uron to nth ward advani e of 1 h • I futons. < In all these•',''!. is attempts 1 f the Austro 1 i 1 mans to 1 dvance Ii ive been bald 1 11 i; \ w 1 there lias In en ii" indicatn I the arrival of Russian rein fniceni nts losid ll.e Roumanians on 1 he W.i 1 lacli 1.in Plains hut Russ Rounian an troops in I Ii ibrudj 1 are 1 Ij in an 1 nd our to pu-li back ihe invaders t" ihe Tcbern ivoda C< Maoza line, Sofi rep "ithai Hi 1 n in forced army attempt d a Rei eral attai k along lin front but but has bei n 1 %  1 to 1 %  > im' itself to partial attacks. In ihe \i icedoni 1 ihi atre bad M 1 11 1 1 1 prevails and tli"ie has b MI nn infantry action except on the left wing of ihe Allies line where tlif Italians have made further progress towards Tarnova near the Mcnastir Presba Lake road according to Paris, This state • as 11 gards the gain is contradicted by iba Sofia war office which says that the Italian ai I here was repulsed and that tin attackers lost a large quantity of wai material, Sofia also denies thereport that the French had captured ihe town of Dobrimir, saying that the Bulgarians are fully in control there. The French front is also experiencing another spell of inclement wi athei an except foi small attacks at v,u ious |i nuts lin l eactivity ed by either siile. There has been considerable activity along the eastern from from t 1 the Carpathians and also 00 ihe Austro Italian fn nt, Bucharest, 26:— I he Roumani ia forces *re holding f ( ihe invadi who ed the Danube neai Zimnitze in tin rej ion south ol Soimu, 14 miles south of Alexandra. — :o:— 3 .ill Ni >v mber, 1916. Via Kej \V< si London:—The A m eric a 1 met Chernung was torpedo 'il IM .11 Cabo de (ioto. The ship found) 11 'I with the AHUM Bag ll\ ing the captain refusing to lower the colors, The crew of the Cbemung was landed al Val( nica by the Spanish steam I. nie. The submaiine tow <1 tin ( n W to within five mill's f ih" coast. The ship had a crew of 3^ men ami satl< il from New Y 11., Novembei 8th with a mini 1 %  al cargo bul \\ i tli nn ammuniin n or nthi 1 goods f"i the Ital ion g< >\ ernmi nt. \\ asliington:—The Chernung case appi ars to I"similar to the destruction of the American ship Win. P, Frye ami the Lie lanaw. Moth were carrying contiaband and there has bun DO apparent violation of German} 's pledge. London:—Shipping sunk: British steamerCit} o< Birmingham, one 1 assengi r and Ih sailors drowned ; N rv 11 ian mei Belle 1 ti ped< IK 111 Ii sailing vessels Al Courcey and Malvina; Brit steamer Rhona ; Greek It Christoforos (torpedoed), i landed; Norwegian Bt< Visberg, crew landed; Gi imer Mihail iPiopab 1 l 1 11 the Tmns Islai London: -Several hosti sl ips approached the noi 1 England last Bombs v. 1 re droppi d at various %  s in Yorkshire and Durham. ( In* woman was killed. airship attar!.' I b; tish plam was I 1 Barnes into I ofl Durl \ do r airship cr North Midland Countries. On her return journej she w %  % %  • I • I royal corps air gun-. / 1 • elins were brought do n in flames into the si 1. them was destroyed nine m out to sea. The crews ol I of the airshi| \', 1 ie this i!'" fji W high over London dropped six bombs, in > four 1 Athens:— The Grei II g< ment today appealed 1 neutral nations through l; diplomats againsl cion bring employed by 1 tente Alls* s towards Grei Berlin:—The Teutons in Rou mania have captun d Git on Hi I lanube and Cui lea di mi the Argechu Rivi r. 1 in i.ians and Bulgarians defeating the Alias on .. front in Monastir region, i 1 tremely In avy loi en ed by I'n ti' Ii .1 and Russians, El Paso, lexas:—It is rel n 1 ind that Chihuahua C has been evacuated bv Gem n I 1 11 I


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44,
V
m
News Fop Everybody"
Nulllua nuiilii im (urnre In verba mnv sirl
Bir\(( bound to swe.\r to the Donmm of no Master,
VOL. XIV
Nivujrvj N. P.. Bn.ha.miva. WEDNESDAY November 29 I'll.
No. 5
I.. OILBRRT DUPI < II.
lulilor iind I'roprittir.
OI-KICK:
Corner Shirley & Chnrloile Sle
Sassau, .V. /'., BoJmmmm
'PHONE MX) I', o. BOX MS.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Moods*. Wednesday ami Friday
!' COW ......... J.I
Tur-iav, an! Thursdaytingle c>i>y i Saturday single copy ... ijd
............ -,
Monthly ............is. 6.1
Klv......... 4 '
IIYearly..........v..
rV.ulv ....... I
l'\l \!:i.l. IN ADVANCK
\ I i line
thin: three | e ko per line
id insert......naom ennj pel
line Im lubtquent iiisertiu i
\ | i i i..i-i. ... -I I
We have been inft >i med by
tlie Commandant of Police,
Chairman of Ihe R< cruil ing
I immitti e, thai the 3rd Ba-
ha nas Contingent, and the
I Irafts for the Bahamas Con
gent, who lefl Jamaii a 0 une-
time at the end of September,
have reai hi <1 their destina-
tion safely.
We are also in a position to
state thai tin re is no truth
in a rumour that twelve of
our men dii <\ on the voyage
The only man belonging to
the Bahamas who dii d was
P r i va t e Joa ph Newnt.au,
whose death has been official
ly notified.
a request that two mi ire Mo
tor Ambulance Cars be pur-
chased with this money and
the balance devoted to gen
era] Red Cross pui p >ses; each
car beai the same insci iption
as last year. "Presented by
the People of the Bahamas,'
His Exci llency hopes that
an elTnit will be made to
bring the total of our [916
"OUR DA V" Appeal to
-' Telegrams
"OUR DAY"
We have been request! d by
the ( i vei 1 "i to state tli.it,
after conferring with the
I'M' T'yit of the Chamber "I
ComHfl Mr. W. C. B.
Johnson, Ilis Ex< ellem y re-
mitted 1850 by l.isi mail t<>
Sir Robert Hudson, the Chair
111,111 of tin- Joint 1'Hi.in, e
Commitee of the British Red
Cross Society and the Ord< 1
it St. John of Jerusalem, with
Novi mber 281I1, igiG.
W.i 1 Summary 96: -
With Armiei ol the Teutonic Al
Iies advani in low ird it both from
ih" weal and fn m Ihe Southwest
Bucharest is in peril. Von Mackep-
iens ti p have crossed 1 be I an
ube from Bulgaria to Zimnitze and
in hi touch in' 11 Alexandra 'milh
wesi of Buchan I with Von Fal !>
enli yms forcei fn m Cmiova, All
along the fr< nl on ihe Wnllachian
P isl of the Alt River the
Roumanians are in ret real I urning
p.whs behind them, according to
Bei lin I o the north on Ihe 1 eij hti
l 1 u 'ii. hi the refji a 1 1 Dia-
pvi I noitheatt of Camp ilung
and hi western Moldavia heai
OiluZ die Ita : 1 tare offering
Uron to nth ward
advani e of 1 h I futons. < In all
these',''!.is attempts 1 f the Austro
1 i 1 mans to 1 dvance Ii ive been
bald 1 11 i;
\ w 1 there lias In en ii" indica-
tn.....I the arrival of Russian rein
fniceni nts losid ll.e Roumanians
on 1 he W.i 1 lacli 1.in Plains hut Rus-
s Rounian an troops in I Ii ibrudj 1
are 1 Ij in an 1 nd
our to pu-li back ihe invaders t"
ihe Tcbern ivoda C< Maoza line,
Sofi rep "i- thai Hi 1 n in forced
army attempt d a Rei eral attai k
along lin front but but has
bei n 1 1 to 1 > im' itself to
partial attacks.
In ihe \i icedoni 1 ihi atre bad
m 1.1111-1 prevails and tli"ie has
b mi nn infantry action except on
the left wing of ihe Allies line
where tlif Italians have made fur-
ther progress towards Tarnova
near the Mcnastir Presba Lake
road according to Paris, This state
as 11 gards the gain is con-
tradicted by iba Sofia war office
which says that the Italian ai I
here was repulsed and that tin at-
tackers lost a large quantity of wai
material, Sofia also denies there-
port that the French had captured
ihe town of Dobrimir, saying that
the Bulgarians are fully in control
there.
The French front is also experi-
encing another spell of inclement
wi athei an except foi small attacks
at v,u ious |i nuts linleactivity
ed by either siile.
There has been considerable ac-
tivity along the eastern from from
t 1 the Carpathians and also
00 ihe Austro Italian fn nt,
Bucharest, 26: I he Roumani ia
forces *re holding f of the Alt Rivi r across Wi
Roumania a* a point south ol
tin 1 45 nn from the Danube and
ire maintaining Iheii ground
along 'lie Ri u : ani d i ibero
front. I be offii ial report anni u
an adv mi e >( ihe invadi who
ed the Danube neai Zimnitze
in tin rej ion south ol Soimu, 14
miles south of Alexandra.
:o:
3 .ill Ni >v mber, 1916.
Via Kej \V< si
London:The A m eric a 1
met Chernung was torpedo
'il im .11 Cabo de (ioto. The ship
found) 11 'I with the Ahum
Bag ll\ ing the captain refusing
to lower the colors, The crew
of the Cbemung was landed al
Val( nica by the Spanish steam
' I. nie. The submaiine tow
' <1 tin ( n W to within five mill's
. f ih" coast.
The ship had a crew of 3^
men ami satl< il from New Y
11., Novembei 8th with a mini 1
al cargo bul \\itli nn ammuni-
in n or nthi 1 goods f"i the Ital
ion g< >\ ernmi nt.
\\ asliington:The Chernung
case appi ars to I"- similar to the
destruction of the American
ship Win. P, Frye ami the Lie
lanaw. Moth were carrying
contiaband and there has bun
DO apparent violation of Ger-
man} 's pledge.
London:Shipping sunk: -
British steamerCit} o< Birming-
ham, one 1 assengi r and Ih
sailors drowned ; N rv 11 ian
mei Belle 1 ti ped<
Ik 111 Ii sailing vessels Al
Courcey and Malvina; Brit
steamer Rhona ; Greek It
Christoforos (torpedoed), i
landed; Norwegian Bt<
Visberg, crew landed; Gi
imer Mihail iPiopab
1 l 1 11 the Tmns Islai
London: -Several hosti
sl ips approached the noi
1 England last
Bombs v. 1 re droppi d at various
s in Yorkshire and Dur-
ham. ( In* woman was killed.
airship attar!.' I b;
tish plam was I 1
Barnes into I ofl Durl
\ do r airship cr
North Midland Countries. On
her return journej she w
" ' I
I royal corps air gun-.
/ 1 elins were brought do n in
flames into the si 1. '
them was destroyed nine m
out to sea. The crews ol I
of the airshi|
\', 1 ie this i!'"
fji W high over London
dropped six bombs, in >
four 1
Athens:The Grei II g<
ment today appealed 1
neutral nations through
l; diplomats againsl
cion bring employed by 1
tente Alls* s towards Grei
Berlin:The Teutons in Rou
mania have captun d Git
on Hi I lanube and Cui lea di
mi the Argechu Rivi r.
1 in i.ians and Bulgarians
defeating the Alias on ..
front in Monastir region, i 1
tremely In avy loi en
ed by I'n ti' Ii .1
and Russians,
El Paso, lexas:It is rel
n 1 ind that Chihuahua C
has been evacuated bv Gem n I
1
11
I


'Irevino the Carranza com
mander b u sofa shortage ol
ammaniti
Was : The n Fusal of
the Britisli grant
safe coodu i to the New Austri
an Amb issador tq the United
States is :ted to start an
rsy with ilie Al
:o:
November 29(11 iqi6.
Via Key West.
War Su : ry, 27:l!.
lire of II. All Rf< ei 11:
north and south thi Rou .
Alp-, ti
f the l*ei
directi
tinuin^ to ma e 1 -itli
Buc
dailyco ,uth

1 a^ hi 1 I i! I'eutni
across the I'opolog Rivei while
ll R< 1 hide
e and Valenci their lim
11 drawn 1 lerably n
the Roumanian capital. Ci n
si lering the swiftne s of the
itonicadvance across W
chia co vely few |
ers 1 taken
I rej
witl
able ol
28 1 ,,,
111 I ers u hile in ll A.
River 1 j ,,,
litional officers and 10
re taken
In a big battle extending ovi 1
a front of 17 miles northwest
and northeast of Monastii
twron Tarnovoand Makovo the
Allies, according to Berlin, have
met with a severe ,1
through the failure of an attack
ainst the forces of the Central
1'owers.
Aside from reports of the ro
pulse of the Bulgarians' by the
S> rbians, and of continui .1 pro
! ress of the Italians west of
the Allies contemplate a fresh of-
neat Amu atieres ami east
"f \nas where hi ivy artillery
bombardments are being carried
out, .111,1 nlso on the St. Milml
s ilienl south oi Vi rdun.
Anotln i licial despatch
fioni Berlin quotes ConstantinopleI
advi ct that Arabs on I
tlie liipoli I'unis frontier in North I
\fn 1 the [tali
and j (he
hordi r into Tunis against the
!'"o rch. The the 1 iliatw
SI in-.
1 ml.) thi
(prior by I
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six "
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his
friends and the Public
thai he lias just received a
omplete outfit of f icilii
'.In business of an under
taker, w hi h places him 111 a
position tocarrj out I unerals
that may ho entrusted to his
rare with system and des
patch ; and tfully soli
cits their patronage Gel my
prii e i' l and provi ilia!
they are ll owest f01
>rk.
.
offers
with
7 passenger Touring 250
"Reo Four"
.5 passenger louring 205
NOTE.
In July dosing the Reo
I 1 d a special
;o on tin Reo Six,
7 1' r I ourin'g Cai as I
had (pre 1011s J
Reo Poor, .5 pa
louring, bul no 1
confuse these spa ial
which are transient,
ular pi ices.
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
Reo Agent
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
lyforJ.C. Coakley
Long leaf, Pine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Mad.' to catch the trade of
those who know what good
toha 1 0 is and have got tired
of some of the old brands that
Monastir the Entente war office '';iV1' 8one ',:ui-
record no important enga Give it a trial and-you will
my,,t,;I ^ enjoysmoking like you used
in the Carma sector of the to.
Austro Italian theatre and east I Prices 6Jd. per flake3
of Gor.za the Austnans are dozen flakes at 6d. per Bake
vigorously shell ne the Italians ^ , r '
, OiMhoRussimfron, ffiSTfi S^1*'"?"? guaranteed o,
been 00 considerable activity by '"""' >' refunaed.
both il, l,\ Miam and Gernm'n .,{ ------------
various points. Jusl a hint"The Mlies"
Comparaiivecalin still prevails id Cigars are the best ever,
^-SSt^tLrlgd-S'ia.u-h!s.....I
A Berlin somi-of(ici il .]. J- C. COAKLEY,
says that there arc indications that 304 Bay 5t.
There are
above 40,^00 people
of m) in ill"
thi 1 I uorrj
Instead. I shall simpl) 1 main,
Yours faithfully,
I. A WRIGHT
(I)
37 Marki t Stn et,
Na P
rs :
5 p.m.
Sui
FOR SALE
A gi 11 id invi stmi nl foi
\\ bo contemplates 11
ing car during the wintei
mouths.
To be sold at a moderate
price.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
European Agency.
INDENTS prompt!} execuf
ed at lowest cash n ices for
all lands of British and Con
tinental goods, including .
!' a ika ai Stationery,
I 1 ither,
11 '
China, Barthi 1 1 ware,
C) 1 les, Motors an \ 1
Drapery, Millinery and I
b'.iiu \ G dt and Perfun
Hardware, Mai hioeryand Metal*,
jewellery, Plate and Wat
Phot 1 its phiCa Opt
l'i. n I (lilm n"
etc ate,
Comniuiou t\ /.<-. to ,5 p,c.
Sptcial QatiatioHt m Dtnand.
I (finii W u
ContignmtntM of Produce Sold
William Wilson jl Sons
[Efl iblithed 181 ,]
25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C.
Cable Addnm / ONRB AtNANDOUN,
New Bicycle^phes
Fop Sale
Wf put them onflr you free
New American
Bicycles for sale.
Moderate Prices.
BRUCE JOHNSON
I : King Street, Nassau.
notice!
Aid. persons hiving any
claim against the Estate
Jacob Benjamin
- quested to render
the duly attested, and
those iiiih bted to the said
I state to make pa) menl to
KENNETH SOLOMON,
Attorney for John Astwo
I .ecutor.
15th Nov. 1916.
NOTICE
OF REMOVAL.
-) EMOVI !) from 41 I
^ I Ci ty, to (
et No 11. All work d
itli m atness and d pat h,
herp-to-fore. Patrom
solicited.
JOS. II. S. BOVVEN,
Tailor.
FOR RENT
THAT desirable Cottage,
corner Marlborough St.
and Na wvu Court. Pos
1 can be had ist I ta em-
ber. For further particulars,
Apply
j. w. da vis;
o 10 Marlborough St.
Notice
7 HIS is to inform my
Patron and the Public,
that I have opened my
Public r.larkJjAitl, Shop;
and am iiowpWnlv to do
anything in the linefo G< ne
ral repairor new work II01
Shoeing a specialty. All work
done Met hajdcallv
I'.T. HUYLER


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