The Nanaimo Free Press [Thursday, September 7, 1922]
STTi^N anaimo jFff^ ^rrss NLMBER 120. The Turkish Army Is Rapidly Closing In On^inypna JLJIIRM OPEDTODM INNEWQDAliTEitS To«*y Mr. J. A. Irrlne openi for boatoeM In bto new v.qaarUn on the ecrner o( Commercial and Rarlne ftreeta In the Tery centre ot the bualsen aecflon of the city. The t/ulldtof. erected by Contractor L. C. Tonne, la among the finest edifices IB Jfanalmo. and for the purpose for which It was built, namely for the aclomoblle trade, among the yery . best on t)J0 whole
... of brluk and fronting on two atreeU, the ibulldlng la In the sraln a one-Btorey structure with a bnaemenl co-Tsrlng the whole ground area and Bsed tor the time being as a store room but which can readily be trans formed into a work room aa prorl. sloD has (been made for the installa tion of a hoist when the use ot such SB appliance la required. On the 'ground floor Is located the general work room, with a celling some 14 (set In height, well lighted ind rentilated. and altogether making a sanllary, airy and commodious work room for the carrying on of rulcanls-iBg, bfttlhry work and other lines of auto work In which *Ir. Irrlne «>e-elalUes. The main office and accessories department Is located on the ground floor and fronting on Commercial street, from which a sulrway leads ap to a rest room for out of town Ttsltors and tourlsU, thU rest room being a strong feature ot the build ing and one which will prore a conrenlence to those waiting for repairs being made to their ears, or while taking on ges and olU for a conUnuanee of their Journey. Mr. Irrlne will be In a poeltlon to handle any trade which comes his way. He has Installed two gasoline tanks, each of 500 gallons capacity, ^ with an arched approach from both Commercial and Rarlne streets, and bu considerable space in the rear ot his building for T _ . . He Intends sieolallxlng In Thermold brake linings. Is local agent for the Elide Battery and will carry m full sod complete stock of all makes of tyres.'-----------CaUSPS WIRB AM> BEGS SON NOT TO ATTEMPT RESCUE 7.-Haring nelied GRIITITirSMTH WAS NOT DDE TO London. Bept. 7-Rumors Dublin that a doctor and two nurses hid been arrested on suaplclc cording to an Exchange Telegraph correspondent In the Irish capital. He adds that the story had been cir culated in Dublin for the last week A Dublin despatch to the Associat ed Press on Sept. 1, said: Rumors that Griffith was poisoned, which were prevalent at the time ot his fun eral are again being drculaled. Phy-:ians who attended the Dali leader here have stated positively that he died from natural causes. DtlSflAfrAIKS BEFORE HEEHNO OF T1 CABINET London. 8opt. 7-Prime Minister Lloyd George returned to London to day and presided at a meeting of the cabinet which considered Irish af fairs and the sltoation In Asia Minor. Sir James Craig. Ulster Premier, will meet Britlsb signatories of the Anglo-Irish treaty this afternoon. AVERAGE CLERGYMAN NOT TOO WELL OFF TODAY EViTS OF GREAT NOINT TAKING PLACE IN CORK dally bread" U a prayer that a llural algnlficance as well as spiritual one, for the average clergytn tbU country. Indeed the question of daily bread has become acute with too many of them, their need was voiced iecently the Bishop of Croydon, although spoke more particularly for the < gymen of bis own diocese. It was at an InducUon service Addlscombe. Croydon..that the Bla-| bop made an appeal on behalf of the RILL HOLD SMYRNJu. Smyrna, Sept. 7-i-The Greek Oorernroent has dbtermlned not to eraenato Smyr na, War Minister TheotoWa assured a dopuUtlon of offi cers which waited on him yesterday. . WILKES JANES PRESENTSTOTEN POLETOCITT MRS. F.L ROBERTSON PASSEDAWAYLATE YESTERDAY la the Local Hoc pital Ytm i^ected R«M«kit.