The Mid-ocean
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Title: The Mid-ocean
Uniform Title: Mid-ocean (Hamilton, Bermuda)
Portion of title: Mid ocean
Physical Description: v. : ; 39 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Creation Date: October 29, 1913
Frequency: semiweekly
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 35 (Sept. 18, 1899).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076592:00002

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Phase Of the Moon: October The Supreme Court Police Court
i d. h. m.
First Q _rter il 1.1 -4i;.2
Full n 11 4 ,., Michaelmas Term. Breach of The Public Health Act.
Last Qu rter 22 VI 53 -
N.aw $On 2:' 2 2..2 At noon on Monday, the Siuprenie
Court net and brgan the wrl of tile On Monday morning, Mr. Justce
Regular tCrmminal Session, Michaelmas Appleby disposed of twoccses, both of
them of greater interest and importance
Pre\ioustotheas;enhblingof theCoLit to the public than are cases i,rdinarily
eF Motorcyce Man. the usual Assize Service was held .n tried. in the Police Court "
HeW M oth eChedh at ih thetmembers In the first case Mr,J. F. Molter,
were es dnt. Th- Rnd nu erend of the ,,,. t e ,itr sector. laid an, information
were pr 'eent. Th Re rp--end B. A ri v lneli i-- :hage, M,. A. F Bo irre.
A dow, mysticsmiledawned in Anne Bo-vmrin wa tie r ?her on th'e wit-, an otene. against Thei flublihc
She was gazing retrozpeetlively at occasion.IA
py'i. She was gaing retropectivelat Th 'o't m et about non,. At ll all Health Act.
tie hills that grrardred the peacrfui Tl I on.itIrt t alout nMn. r]ca The chargealleged- that the &dfendarnt
vahters f L.,ch Lomond. and in the astq two of tie ,.,ror failed to answer to ihe ehargeallege that the de endan o
illnesss of it all Annie was sent into ould tahe e r e Hisatt Honor up l sad he Front Street dIl not prtent th
realm of thought. %otld lake the ,atter up latter, accumulation of refwr; on the said
What were her friends in New Yorl: ". premises and did not cauie tilhe same
dl.iinrg while -.he wa. hitting dreaming [EATH ."I' MIR. CECIL ,.. P..DUEiDEN. to [e l 4la-ed in an ash-bin or othlier
among the hills of Scotland? (..uld any e proper receptable ,i rtl"r that tie
of them appreciate, as she d them appreciate. ath she die Alter roll-call. the Attorney General, proper receptable isposed tha to the
wonderful beauty of the l chs. anld addresng the Court said he had re- same might othere disposed to theof
would they have chosen. ,.f their own -ceivel information of the death of Mr. s action of the Local Board of
ac'-irld. to sp.nd two months on a sheep C. R. Duerdenr. a member of the Bar, Hl
farm? Ar nn thnight not. ho red the previous evening and Mr. Bourne pleaded not guilty to the
She ie-elf had ad every intention of whose funeral would take place at four charge, and in defence stated that
going witl her family to London, Detlin o'clock p. m. Mr. Duerden was admit- although he was the owner of the
Paris--all the great cities that teen ed to the Bar in 10i7. and practiced with premises, he was not the occupier.
with interest for tthe traveller. Yet. credit until he was overtaken by ill- Mr, Appleby-That makes no differ-
as she had driven along the banks of health. It was a matter of regret that ence, so far as the law is concerned.
Loch Lomond and had seen the farm the profession should lose so young a The Regulations make either the owner
lying there on the very edge of the member and he desired to express the or the occupier responsible. (To the
loch. Anne had sucumneihed to nature's sympathy of the members of the Bar complainant) Why did you lay the
%ill. and 1.a- to the certain knowledge with his mother and family. complaint againiit hini.-
that her nerves were not in the beEt of Thie Chief Justice said that the Court He is the owner.
shape. Two months in the peace and heard with regret the announcement Would it not b4 a- well to notify both
quiet of the hills and Annie l.new that the Attorney General had made. It the occupier aind tlie owre-r?
she could return to New York with a was unfortunate that Mr. Duerden I notified Mr. Bourne to have the
new set of nl.res--perhaps a nev ourt should be taken off so early in his I notified Mr. Bourne to have the
look on life. career. The Bench joined with the mises made clean, ande said he
*City life is inclined to make one Bar in extending sympathy to the would not clean them.
naiiowv..'" she decided, and let her bereaved family. Mr, Bourne- \\ hyl: ell the whole of
mental being escape and roani at will it, Mr. Moyter: I told you that I would
over the vast range of hills. ii;.\NrF JULiRY EMPANELLED. not clean them, because M. Wain-
t was diing the course of her The Grand Jur asthen empanelled, "riht&,Co. hre hern.
ethereal pilgrimage over the banksand and Mr. H. Butterfieldwas chosen I know nothing about that.
braes of bonnie Scotland that Anne foreman. Other members of the Grand Mr. Bourae: Didn't you call on Wain-
became conscious of short, crisp invec- Jnry are William Alexander Moore, wright & Co, to clean the premises.?
tives being Ihuiled- across the silent Charles William Kempe, Thomas Jef- Never.
garden that hid her from the-roadside., ferson-Jackson Hill, Reginald lngham. Mr,' Appleby: The Bye-law is, ex-
She peeled cati)usl. through the er n ily i ngAppleby: The Byelaw i ex-
hedge of roses, lilies and wild foxgloves J Gilbert Salton Wigley Sth, Cuhbert plicit; it savs the owner or occupier, or
and a curiously interested smile ahed Henry Smith, Thomas Kendall Davis, the agent of the owner. The Bye-law
ino her ey interested smie hedThoas Wickwire Davis, Arthur is so frame. that either the owner or
A man. presumably a Scotchman, Robert Wilkinson George Samuel Ran- the occupier may be made responsible.
the sandnressmaofyhiscolour kin, Henry Thompson North, Henry
from the sandvness of his colouring, George Longhurst Onion, Reginald Mr. Bourne: But if the occupier has
was tinkering with a motorcycle that Heber Smith, John Martin Mackey, on a previous occasion cleaned the
evidently refused'all his efforts. Anne William Franklin Outerbridge' premises under Mr. Moyter's instruc-
hoped. with shameless fervour, that the tions, would not that make a difference?
cvcle would remain obdurate to all bland- CHIEF JUSTIE ADDRESSES GRAND Mr. Appleby: That would have
ihnhment. and that the man would be nothing to do with it. He may chose
compelled .to enter the farm gate. She JURY. between the owner and the occupier:
liked his breadth of shoulder and the you ae the owner are responsible.
clean length of limb clothed in disre- The members of the Grand Jury were 3 ,o o ne ia re i h .
putable motor garb. sworn in. one excepted. who requested i Mr. Bourne: It is a hard lae.
Anne looked at her tiny watch and to be allowed to affirm, and then the Mr. Appleby: I am willing to give
realized that it was just tea time. She, Chief Justice addressed the Grand Jury. you a chance to comply with the law bli
too, had fallen a ready victim to the tea During the present esion His carrying out the Inspector's instruc-
habit. Honour said, six cases would be tions, on payment of the costs by you.
**He will at least come in to ask a brought before them. With regard to Mr. Bourne said that as soon as he
cup." she mused, and darted into the one of these case's which was of a most received the Inspector's letter he trand-
old whitewashed kitchen. A smile of serious nature, he did not intend to ed it to Mr. Wainwright. Later during
.iure ijoy played about her lips when I comment at present, as it would come a conversation with Mr. Moyter he
she realized that the maid was out. In up later, asked him if the premises had been
another moment Anne stood before the cleaned. Mr. Moyter said, they had
I.itchen mir,-or and admired herself. Five of the cases, fortunately, were not been, and he i.defy'ndanti went to
She had donned a spotless alpron and of a ery small nature and he was going Wainwright & Co. and spoke to them
sno.vy cap. **1 rather line my self." todeal with them immediately.. These about it. Hitherto Wainwright & Co.
she museld and felt her heart butter, were: R. v George Steed, stealing; R. had always cleaned the iprenii-es. and he
A heavy step soun.Lied on the giavel v DeShield, escape; R. v Lowe, unlaw- 'idi not c."nsider that ie v.as responsihle.
iath. 'The sun wa no., the Scotchman, ul wounding, R. v ellon. common Mr. Appleby: The Bye-law makes
air, but a th,,nJercloud in his eves. assault ; R. \ Ale, assaulting police. the owner, as well as the occupier, re-
The motorcycle was being dragged like The Chief Justice then wentonoto deal sponsible.
a lamb to the -laughter. Anne smiled with the cases in detail and to instruct e o b .
wickedly., the Grand Jury with regard to their I will givedyou until Wednesday to
She answe,,.d li nl:irock at the door duty in dealing with them. have premises made clean. If the
and the smile istil lingered in her eyes, work is done then I will impose costs
The Scotchmanii glov.ered at her, then : TRUE BILLS only, if it is not done I shall impose a
suddenly the .rri ot IhS eyes lightened penalty.
and he looked. long and steadily at Anne. The Grand Jury having returned true
Her evlids fluttered down. She was Bills in each of the five cases given. Offence- against The Hamilton
not prepared for sor swift an attraction. above was discharged until Wednesday
*He has no right to be so good look- morning at 10 o'clock. Traffic Act, !@
ing." she tolrd herself bv was of self-
defence. An occasional wayfarer had BOY STEED TO BE WHIPPED., T ns olved an alleged
often stepped in to tea. lure-I by the Is*...Tire ne% asi solved air alleged
often signtepped in to tea lur by the window hut eorge Steed wa rraigned on the breach of The Hamnilto Tralic Act l1"i. -
mall before had Ann the window bthem ind;,:nent charging him with stealing by Mrs. Ella Mainfold, who was charged
OeV.er before had Anne served them. 1'- he poern fWiliam De with entering a gang-way or space
Now perhaps for very amusement, sire 15 the property of William De Lisle with entering a gang-way or sace
hose to prepare e a dainty ra Lmusement an breaking out of the premises reserved on the south side of Front
choe to prepa a dainty kitchen after the theft had been committed Street by the Wharfinger for the proper
When she returned from the kitchen a dt ed tt ee com tted' accommodation of passengers disem-
the Scotchman turned from the window, and pleaded glty barking from steamer lyingat a wharf
-'Thin will be a farm' he questioned. He was sentenced to be once privately while the same was being kept clean
"Yes. sir," said Anne. "There are whipped, the number ,of strokes to be for the passengers aforesaid and not
2,i:00 sheep over the brow of the hill." eight leaving the same immediately on being
She was conscious while she arranged his requested so to do by the Constable on
tea for him that his grey eyes were DEsHIIELD TO BE BIRCHED AND FED ON duty, contrary to the Act.
watching her and her fingers trembled. RREAD AND WATER. On being asked-if she was guilty or
-I have just brought a plain tea. sir, ot uilt
she told him; bread and butter and home Henry Deshield. pleaded guilty to the not guilty.
made jarr." After that Anne fled; from indictment charging him with escaping The defendant replied:'tGuilty, I ex-
-why she knew not. Something had from lawful custody. pect.
suddenly turned hepworld topsy-turvy, The Attorney General asked for Mr. Appleby-Your plea must b,~
and she seemed to be fleeing from lernencs for Ielprisoner. saying that without any qualification. Are yog
another in which there was only a sandy- the offence wa-ea boyi-h escapade and guilty on not guilty,
haired Scotchman and a motor cycle. that thedefendant hadsetveclasentend Defendant- Guilty.
perfectlyy ab. ard sherriay onished 6 ten days. Mr. T. M. Dill said that he appeared
tinrelover h e teak Anne unuas lugge In passing sentence the Chief Justice for the defendant, and would say a few
mentally down to him. while physically said that DeShield was an ol.d offender words in inmitigation of punishment. If
*she remained in the little rooin that and must be treated more severely than necessary, he was prepared to put his
comnmanded a view of the gate. She if he were otherwise. He would be client on the stand to give evidence
fell to wondering if. when he had passed imprisoned for ten days In Hamilton as to what took place. She had plead-
throngh tl gate, hie would enter return. gaol and be fed on bread and water, and ed guilty by his advice, although here
Anne smiled wstf hll'.u He thinks I receive six strokes of the whip. was nothing more than a technical
back-for a maid." Suddenly she heard The charge was that she defendant
him ring the bell imperiously. Because did enter a space reserved by the wharf-
there happened to be no one at hone Tuesday, Oct. 28. inger arid did not leave the same is-
Anne was compelled to answer his Lqfl mediately when required todoso by the
Anummons PolieConstableon uty. Ashe was in-
e chan gloered at heras she The t tha n formed by his client Polie Constale No
tight -act e wanted a doen things," mdiately after roll call and wa con there," in a most objectionable manner.
Smighthd e t ante hen ings tinue, d throughout the day. It was not so much what the constable
"You could have ruing the bell in that in this csse the defendant was indict- said as the way in which he said it that
case, sir," Anne retorted. ed for assaulting one Fritz Marshall. aroused his client'sresentment. It was
The Scotchman smiled. Defendant pleaded "not guilty." awell known that the behavior of the b
willn be coming here for tea every M R. C. H. Hfallett, appeared for aplyic maet lh is chaateriztd -
straightforward meaning in his eualy defendant, ing. If the defendant had been spoken
Anne tru wled ha n uh ed onl F ritz 'Marshall was the first witness, to n a polite manner she would have
hale succeeded. The man's eyes lit strd- He deposed to Lowe going to his house complied with the constable, s request.
denly, then he turned away and went on September 5, and meeting hinm at Mr. Appleby-Then would you argue
out to tinker with his motor-c-le. Now the door. Defendant told him that a that a person would be entitled to vio-
that the machine has played its role of house he had contracted to build for late the law because she was not spoken
Cupid, it seemed more than willing to him was finished and demanded pay- to in a polite manner?
moveon. In anothersecond Anne heard ment. Witness replied, the house had r. Dil- No, but I state that in
its noisy chug-chug of farewell. not been properly finished, and refused Migation of punishment I told my
Anne realized with swift intuition that -o pay defendant. This resulted in a client that she had made a mistake in
Continued on fourth page. Continued on inside. refusing to stand back and advised

i'l to plead c'-lIt. Her piOe i et,.ui --
woulil ham e ie ti- Io n l i l'f t.il.-r,
thei number of the- cor-tar, -i ah-,
leporl lhin torn ri|... per co,-- ili- iii thi-
dliehar.i of I iS .1ity. \ .- -,in, r tl.'i
-t i- .1 tie 'l Idc, ,, t tli- l -.i :- ..l.l- I ,, I,..- r
ir a l I-acr. til-ar. iut in -ir,'i ,.i.L', ) ir thl
I.tW tIhe police ...l e I O- rl hal
erVI rity, especially to la.ile-.
MRS. ItLE. iPLEA..X-. 'Ui!LLi.
His Worship then called upon Mrs.
Beairi-e Rilev to plead to a similar
charie- that h.ii beien mn-I. :r-pai: - her:
Are ",o i gilli or not L. 'i.\ ?
Thei-d ten.i,'it- [ plead guilty..
Have .ou; nothingng further that you
w would lik to ;''
Swoul'd. ike to say that we were
orleried to .-rtand back in an extremely
rouneh manner \Ve did not know of
arny rl-etlationr. toa bid.l.. ei -.nii- r.
Irard theI e W heI, tire I O irr-:lF:i. or-.l. I
t.J us 10 --th. Id I.Jl:. we told bin,i lr-r
w te tv.r' '*l.i tritin tIi Iort eL some passeni-
gers, and li-e said. -- Oh, I see."
You say that thil constable spoketo
you in a rough manner?
In an extremely rude manner.
.Who was the constable?
lihe Chirf Lorn-table stated that P. C.
Fox .'.r t constalle- on -l.it, v I0
re-p.q-teil th- Je teniant; to -ran-i ha.l:
Mr Al .kleby Iro P. G. Fox) What
havcL- \ou to st. ahulit this?
I 's-, or, d'it.rt. at the lwharf, sir, when
the tender was coming in with the
Caibdilean's passengers. When the
tender tiean:hi ei th.- i ,airi 'f and the passen-
ger.- were co1nii e I .a:ore I -aid to the
deftendarants. \\ ill tI laluAie kinall.
mmindstanding l.-ack in line'"
Did .on, use lhat wild.---" l:indl.'"
Yes, sir. They questioned me as to,
why other i:.ercOle were standing around.
That wa' when the steamer came ii.
Constable Petty al-o sp.:.ke to them iri
the samne manner liit they would iIot
moe\ e.
Were there other .people in the
reserved space?
No. sir. -
MNr. Appleby (to P. C. Pettyi %hat
have you to say about it? P
When they would not move for P. C.
Fox. I went up to them and saidl.
**ladies. kindly move .aeck in line, plea-e.
They said they would net move, and I
reported the matter to the C'hief Con-
Mr Appleby i to defendant- 4 earlh of
you-has pleaded guilty to the charge
agarst you. It must be understood that
on the arrival of a steanmecr ith pa.3-er,-
gers, certain spaces a res'eri-:I i.-jr
thrl. Ohi. onai- ,' the a-- ny- i ,, -
anyole entering su-irch -[iai.es and i fii .
ing t leave then \t!ewn r.:l. .rst.rd \ an
authorized ler-oin, L'ilt. of an offeince
against the Act. Psegnui.rion. govern
ing the trathi on stl'lh ot..--:iSl-an have
been mad.-, ani Sid si:h ieeg.lari'i oi ; aire
necessary t,1. tHi- proper' r *.- : onliniii, i
tion of pas-engerr, and.iin, fr:n, a
steamer. If everybody was at liberty to
enter,the reserved space at ill. three
would simply be a state of chaos.
You say that the Constable spoke
roughly and said-'-stand back there;"
they say, they tiied the words "please"
and -*kindly stand back." I think, on
an occasion like that, the most natural
expression would be "stand back there."
If such expression were used in a rude
and offensive manner, the proper course
would be to obey and afterwards report
the matter, and it would be dealt with
on its merits. But even if the constable
spoke harshly or rudely, that would not
warrant you in refusing to leave the
enclosed place.
The Chief Constable-The spaoe was
noQt enclosed sir; there is a black line
on tho street beyond which people are
not allowed to pass.
Mr. Dill; And at this time of year a
black lined at half-pa-t five, is not a
very clear mark.
Mrs. Riley--lf we had been told that
there were Regulations forbidding our
being there, we would have stood back.
Mr. Appleby--The very fact of there
being a reserved space and a constable
on duty there who requested- you to
stand back ought to have been sufficient
to suggest that there must be some
authority governing it.
You have pleaded guilty, and I impose
a fine of 6/- and 4/- costs in each case.
The fine and costs Were paid in leach

St. Georges Channel.

For the week ended October 25 the
official returns show that 74, t.:ri- of
material were removed. The dredging
occupied forty-eight and a quarter hours
and the dumping fifteen and a quarter
Shous; fifty-si-: hours were spent itu
drilling and blasting: the work was
Searriel on, part at the Cut and partat
Hen Island.
Quantities dredged day by day were-
Mon day -1li tons; Tuesday, 806; Wed
nesday. 41.5: Thursday, 600; Friday, 4r5;
Saturday. 7201.

All Night with Asthma. Everyone
knows how attacks of asthma often keep)
their victim awake the whole night long.
Morning finds him wholly unfitted for
a day of business; and yet, business
must still be tarried through. All this
night suffering and lack of rest can be
avoided by the prompt-use of Dr. J. D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy, which posi-
tively does drive away the attacks.

Price 2d. or 4 Cents.

Lord Alverstone's Suc- Late N ew s


Swearing in of Sir Rufus Isaacs as Duke and Duchess of

Lord Chief Justice Connaught again in

o Canada
Lord Chancellor Haldane's tribute to

the Lord Chief Justice --A regret-
table incident of the proceedings.

According to a London de-pntch of
October 21, there w "is an imposing scene
in the Lord %Chref .J it ce's Court onu
that date v.hei, Sir Rufus Isaacs was
sworn in as succe-s'or' to Lord Alverstone
Friends and a-lni.ers of Sir Rufus at-
tended in great nunl,ti,'s. and the court
was crowded to it- fullest capacity by
leading member- of tile Bench and'Bar.
\Vonrn rille- the jury box, hundreds of
.: ,son.- ,e te turned away from the
piilii.? gallery r.hil, tlie corridors out-
side were impassable.
The new L.-rd Chief Justice was an
impi.re.il- ;leigine in the Judge's full-
bl:ortomeni Wiee, with scarlet and ermine
robes. Thle -ole ornament visible was
the S. S. Co-llar." a i p'uliar jewel
'hicI. Jnuti-,..-- -h, are v.ih the Lord
Ma',or -nd one or two other high per-
sonages, and thi-- exact origin of which
is unknown.
"Lord Chancellor Haliane then paid
a str:ilirng trtnl-'e to irc Rufus, which
wa' iir t.-'rti.l,- tr by a regrettable in-
ciderit. Lord Haldane began: **I
kn..- [I aiii ex:.resing the feelings of
al hene.'" r hi en a man's voice inter-
jer,: 1, **No. no! ; Speak for your-
Then there wai the soutrd of a sup-
press-il struggle, and the interrupter,
who t-.a. earningg a Ieairister's robes
and wig, wan ejected.
Loid HalJdane, continuing, said:
"It is nr,.t often that one has such
a con.bination of mastery of law and
keenness~ in dealing with facts as is
foiind in Sir Rufus Isaacs. We of
the Bench and Bar have known him
as' a marn \hose highest desire has
b,:er, to do tight between man and
man. .known him as a mnan of the
highlt-it honor, the highest desire to
,eik ,,ut the tr'th '.'-
L,;rdl Haldane then paid a triEuteNfWy
Lori Al-r- .ine. e.xxpre-ing the hope
that he right after nain interval again
be setu in tlie elupremie tribunals of
the Empire.

Worms cause fret fulrness and rob the
infant of sleep the great nonrisher.
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
will clear the stomach and intestines and,
restore healthfulness.

Our Trade" with


Bermuda, which has long been a fa-
vorite American winter resort, is re-
ceiving additional ['.omin-nnce just at
P resent, as itis about to be minade the
riti4h W,'terii Atlantic, naial base.
The islands iimpr..t more goods troni this
country than from alliothers combined,
the figures last year being,from the
United States, $1,720,000, out of a total
importation of $3,100,000. They take
goods from the United Kingdom to the
value of .f.31.'.i.r., t'romn1 Canada $-m-16,060.
and from the West Indies $5i,.1,01.
We send the islands their fresh meat
and most of their salted and smoked
meats, their live stock most of their
hardware, tinware, machines, and metal
work, jewelry, furniture, sugar, boots
and shoes, and most of the potatoes and
vegetables which they import. We also
send them a great variety of articles
v.hich they,' buy exclusively from ts.
The United Kingdom supplies them with
silk, woollen and linen goods, and sends
them more corton goods than wedo. She
also siiiplies tiei, with lpiiimiious and
malt liquors and wines; also with the
nmozt co,'lii-,g. saddlery.and fancy goods.
Canada sell' them the most butter,
cheese, fish, flour and oats; while most
of the imported fruit comes from the
\\ est IrnhIe-
Ijermuda sends us in return .$542,f.101
worth of the $567,900 'worth of her ex-
ports. More than half of its products
are potatoes, onions and other garden
trucks. We depend on these little is-
land- f,,r our early potatoes and onions,
and twe pay them $2,i4.ri.ni) for other ve-
getabie-. The United States is decided-
ly the best customer with whom the is-
lands deal.- -Pro'rIh. c'e .Ji, rinl,Oct. -0

It Eases Pain. Ask any druggist or
dealer in medicines what is the most
popular of the medicinal oils for pains
in the joints in the muscles or nerves; or
for neuralgia and rheumatism and he will
tell you that Canadian Healing Oil is in
greaterdemani than any other. The
reason for' this is that it possesses
greater healing qualities than any other


Co-operative shop in Dublin Uni-



Queen Alexandra carries off chanm-
pionships with her basset hounds-
French aviators start on a trip of
over, three thousand miles-Nelson's,,
prayer on the eve of Trafalgar--
The Kaiser owns the coffee house
where the best coffee in Polsdam
is sold---King Manuel's wife con-
valescent-Appeals in the Titanic
case fixed for November 10---
Family discord over the throne of
Brunswick- Canadian goods for the
United States.

A Quebec despatch states that the
Duke and Duchess of Connaught and
Princess Patricia, arrived from England
on the 25 of October, and would leave
for Ottawa.
4' Panama despatches of October 24 re-
port another severe earthquake on tai
-.revioiu- mnornimg. No daminaje wai
done in the Canal Zone. At Colon
houses were rocked and clocks were
stopped but no great damage is reported.
The University of Dublin has estab-
lished a co-operative society within its
walls, and on October 21 the University
Cooperative Store was opened in Trinity
College. The store is stocked with
groceries, tobacco, &c.
A late London despatch says, the-
Court of Appeals has decided to hear on
November 10 the appeals of the White.
Star Line in four actions brought by
representativesof Titanic victims. Two
hundred similar actions are pending,
the trials awaiting decision on the four
As a consequence of the German
Crown Prince's attitude concerning the-
right of succession of his brother-in-law,
Prince Ernst August of Cumberland, to
the throne of Brunswick, the Daily Ex-
press' Berlin correspondent says that
Prince Ernst's wife refused to see her
brother, the Crown Prince, on his
recent arrival at Potsdam.
At the Kennel Club's fifty-eight exhi-
bition recently held in London, Queen
Alexandra won several prizes and
championships with her basset hounds.
The exhibition was a big success. The
outstanding feature was the strong
muster of terriers, which represented
nearly a third of the total entry of
The first importation of Canadian
meat and fish into the United States
under the new Tariff Act reached
Chicago on October 24 and was consigned
to Swift and Company. The quantity
of beef imported was in the neighbour-
hood of over a million and a quarter
pounds. There were thirty-six car-
loads of fish on which under the former
tariff there would have been a tax of
one-half cent a pound, but which is
-admitted free under the new tariff.
One of the longest aeroplane flights
ever attempted was started in the
morning of October 21 by the French
aviator. Pierre Daucourt, who began a
trip to Cairo, Egypt, a distance of 3,349
miles. He was accompanied by Henry
Roux, also an aviator. The French
Foreign Office has made arrangements
through its consular officials in the
various countries to facilitate the pas-
sage of the aviators, and large supplies
of liquid fuel and lubricating oil were
sent to the Turkish capital for distribu-
tion at the control stations in Asia
Minor, which are separated by distances
of about two hundred miles.
The Berlin 'ossicle Zeilnt asserts
that the Kaiser owns a cafe at Potsdam
which he built and equipped at his own
expense some time ago to replace the,
cafe removed to improve the Sans,
Souci Gardens. The Kaiser leased the
cafe to one of his retainers, to whom
e, wrote at the time: "You are to pay
the very low rent of 1,200 marks ($300),
but if business prospers I may increase .
the rent so that I may make a some-
what bigger profit. There is one con-
dition which you must observe-you
must serve the best coffee in Potsdam."
The Kaiser is one of the regular cusr
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Haithon, OCTOBER 29, 1913

An Object Lesson

At instructive object lesson is suppli-
ed by the meetings of the Agricultural
Unipg, as these are held week by week
in the ed ii'ent parishes of the Colony:
the afford ahb excellent demonstration
of the deep interest in agricultural
subjects that hns 'been awakened
throughout'" the Colony among the
people in general and the farmers in
It i.; an excellent sign, to see busy
men. professionall and other leaving
their. business from time to time, during
the, greater part of a day, to travel
from place to place in the Colony in
ordpr to take pr, .in public meetings
orgaritzed and.held.with a view to ex-
teding knowledge on agricultural sub-
jects. Such a manifestation of indi-
vidul interest for the public good must
have only a beneflcal result, because it
indicates a divposltion to abandon the
every-body-.t' r-himself policy w it h
which we have been too familiar.
The object of the Agricultural Union
is not only to give farmers and other
techineal instruction; it is intended to
broaden their ideas as well; to teach
the h ie necesc'ity of organization, and
Of co operation totheund that the whole
body and not the individual alone may
be benefit ted.
Pfforts in that direction have been
made in the past, but they have been
of a spasmodie character: to use a well
known phrase. **they have goie up
like a rocket and come down like the
stick.:" The Agricultural Union, on the
contrary,' has been begun in a modest
way. it ris advancing slowly. It is gather
in .strength steadily; as it advances it
is -extending the scope of its influence
and operations. Steadfastness of pur-
pose and loyalty to principle on the
part of its members must make it, in
time, one of the strongest, most pro.
gressive and most energizing of local
organizations, and put it on a basis of
permanancy that' will warrant it in
undertaking to revolutionize the whole
agricultural system of the Colony as
applied to the growing, reaping, packing
and marketing of our crops.

The Narrows Channel..

'/i the course of an article On "The
Narrows Channel." published in THE
MIt'-OCEAN of October 22, it was stated
thai -'"the improvement alluded to has
informally been brought to the notice of
the House of Assembly."
This statement is erroneous; in making
it we overlooked the fact that the im-
provement of The Narrows Channel had
already been formally considered by the
Assembly and had been brought to the
notice of the Executive in a message to
the Governor.
Qn the 7thof July last, on the [motion
of Mr. H. W. Watlington, a member for
Devonshire Parish, the House ordered
the following message to be sent to
His Excellency the Governor:
The House of Assembly respectfully
requests Your Excellency to instruct
the Board of Works to ascertain what
improvements if any are advisable to be
made to the Narrow's Channel leading
into Murray's anchorage, and itf im-
provements are expedient to report as
to how when arnd at what probable cost
same could be effected.

Official News.

His Honour P. AM. C Sheriff. Chief
Justice having returned from leave of
absence and resumed duty on October
27, the unexpired po-tion lof his leave
from that date to November 2 i. can-
tVorshipful H. VI'illiers Smith, J. P
)"IC.C. P. is reappointed to act as Police
Magistrate in Sandys Pariah; also a
Justice of the Peace for Warwick and
Southampton Parishes.
Miss Alveria Cooper, has resigned her
appointment as senior female -clerk,
Haatilton Post Office, from the 25th of
October, and is succeeded by Miss
H1ilda Smjtli Junior Female Clerk, Missa
Anita Doe to fill the vacancy of Female

Band Concert

Prospect Park

Next Sundlay morning. November 2,
the Rand of The Queen's will begin the
Sutndlay morning concerts for the coming
season. The concert will begin imme-
diately after the Parade Service.

1. Introduction to 3rd. Act and
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin
2. Song Nazareth (Euphonium:
Bandaman Piper) & Gounod
2. Selection Cavalleria Rusticana
4. Judex (from Merret Vita Gounod
5. Idyl -"The Glow-worm" Lineke
W. A. ADAis, Bandmaster,

Locals in Brief.

H. M. S. Cornwall sails for Gibraltar
Saturday will be the third anniversary
if the Smoke Shop.
The Hamilton and Princess Hotel; are
o be opened in December
Moving Pictutesat the theatre lo.al
this evening.
Corporation Wharf at No. 2'. Shted is
nearing completion.
The Annual Shooting Match ot the
B. V. R. C. was held last Monday.
His Excellency the Governor will
open Colonial Parliament at noon, next
Next Thursday. the last Thursday
in October, will end the weekly halt
On Monday. one of the hands on the
drill scow at St.Gerges met with a
serious accident.
On Saturday next, the exhibition of
the Picture of Christ, w;ll be brought
to a close it Hamilton.
A Cricket Match between the B. A.
A. and the second XI of the H. C. C.
tomorrow, at Richmond.
The Suinday morning band Concerts in
Prospect Park are to be resumed, com-
mencing with next Sunday morning.
The property in Hamilton Parish
known as Tom Moore's House is for
Sale or lease.
Steamer Commodore Rollins arrive,
on iu.nadly morning with a consignment
of coal to the Hamilton Hotel Comipar,\
Last night, the last of the Tusdaj
night Band Concerts in Prospect Patk
was given for this Season.
The moving pictures of the Interna-
tional 01lmpic F.anes at the Colonial
Opera House this evening for the last
While inspecting the submarine work
done by the drill scow off Hen Island
Mr. W, B. Smith was temporarily held
a prisoner by a I rge rt.ck that fell upon
his leg.
On Monday and again yvesteidla Mr.
'W. F. Thomas, who is ,n'charge of the
Picture of Christ. admitted -chloo'-
ehildran, free of charge. toview the
The final in the billiard handicap at
tlw Colonnade Hotll. will take lplae' to.
morrow evening (Thursday October 8u)
at S p. m. Meserp G S. Shepherd and
C. S. Smith. are the piayeti,

Armstrong's Case

To be laid before the Grand Jury
on Friday

Owing to the sickness of Mr. W, A.
Moore, p member of the Grand Jury,
the;Chief Justicedecided not to allow the
indictment of the Crown against
Robert Montgomery A rmstrong for
wilful murder to be submitted to the
SCrand Jury today. The Grand Jury
was accordingly discharged thi' after
n6on until 11 o'clock Friday morning
when, it is expected, Armntong's case
will be laid before them.

Coal Supply.

S. S. Commodore Rollins, from Phil-
adelphia, Oct. 22, with a consignment
of coal for Bermuda merchants, arrived
in Hamilton Harbour last Sunday after-
noon, after a smooth voyage. Com-
modore Rollins as commanded by Cap-
tain J. Garmann. The steamer is
regularly engaged in the freight and
passenger trade between the United
States and South America, to which
service she will return after discharg-
ing her cargo here.

Accident on Drill Scow.

On Monday, Charles Lemoen, a work-
ing hand on board the drill e 6w at the
St Georges Channel work" sustained a
set oii.* accident that will lave him
maimed for lil-e. While the drilling
machinery was in motion. L-mon was
otanrling along."ide with -ii' left hand
reitir: .on th- winch. In -.:.'n i ni'ac-
countable way. the hand slipped., andl
got r-ntangled wilthl ie machinery. The
index and third fitrger w"'u- 4ok'en, the
second finger was cut oft' and ini Lurand
was hiadly lacerated. The patient was
taken to the Staiaon Hospital where Dr.
Shelli-y and Dr. lligrthothim dressed
his wounds and gave himn such relief as
could be given in the circumstances.

Mr. Smith's Surprise

On Monday. Mr. W B. Smith, En-
gintii in charge of channel l Work-, put
on a diviiig dri-- an.d went down off
Hen Island to tisl.ect the submarine
work rhat had bee-n done by the drilling
scow Mr. Smibh lound that a lstge
qutarlntity of maicnial had been dislodged
by th bla-inm charges .put down.
While moving asiound he came across a
large boulder that haid bee loosened by
the explosive ustd, anal putting hi' hand
on it, hook it. To his ai.,,,ise, the
rock tumbled over on him, falhir-g on
one of his legs ar.d making a prisoner
of him for the tme being. He signal
led to the people above. After a ftimn-,
iMr. Smith was released and made his
way to the boat at the surface. The
accident will not deter him trom making
other visit to the bortom of the
harbour At thi spot nheie theaccident
happened the water t ~a 2.s feet deep.

Colonial Opera House

On Saturday night, His Exeellency
the IGovernor honoured the Hiimano-
phone Company, by attending their
their moving picture exhibition. Be
sides His Excellency, attended by
Captain Laurence, A. b C. there were
many other distinguished people present
"to see the International Polo Match and
]Martio Chuuzlewit.

the pictures .'. i tIr 't.r n.;it h which thle
public- i- mot fan-iLir. ,hl's paintingg
represent the SaV'iOuIr nor witl taii coln-
plexion lhi. .- .,'. an-.I li'ait'r t iorr'e-pondit
but with idai: lhair ati.i dJik eyes and
arrayed in dark brow i r':arni-nts. It' hen
the picture is viewed it the dairk.. this
figure appears to stand out in full relief
against the beautiful back ground of
himuniering pigment. ,,..

Harbour Regatta

Pilots and crews of Club Dingheys
organize an interesting event ,

Last week the celoured prews etid
pilots of the dinghys belonging to Vth
hamilton boat clubs held a regatta in
/Hamilton Harbour. The gentlemen
owning the boats loaned them to the
pilots and crews, and, besides, sub-crih-
ed six pounds towards the expenses at-
tanding the regatta. This mnioney wfis
divided into three purses.
Four dinghy :-npageJ in the racingF-
H. D. C., Contert. Sunbearm and Cr-st,
and the programme that was arranged
afforded an- afternoon of excellte
Mr. H. C. Masters and Mr. R. f).
hitterr acted as J..ulges>.
In the evening. tlihr-pilots and crews
met at' Riehail-oi's Restaurant, dn
King Street,. and dil.-d together, chef
Richaiardson pioviding ore of the spreads


Miracle or Fluke? Personal and Social.

Mr. A. S. Cooper, of the Bermuda
**That picture if either a miracle or Purnishing Supply. Company. sailed for
a fluke." said oe of the numerous spec- New York. on business, yesterday
tators that liave Visited the rdbtinci, tfltmning.
whiclh Hemv Hammond Ahl' piectiaeof Mr. B. J. H. Peniston, proprietor of
Chi-t hla- been on e:bhibition Jiinmg Harrineton House. wn- 'A pie-,e-,r for.
th, pa- v.cel:. Ti., i~ ter r, practically New ',Vr.tk by the iei n.udian.
th- '.e-'dIcr of thi. c1'`lii tt- w'ho de.?lare
that thet'-. iz n,. l.nwi1 itUb,-tance that Orhers among the Bermudian
will I1roduct' tHi- effect shownr by thiq passengers noiei: Hon P. Rearing
ltoi.re and that it mui 1.i th, result of Mrs Bearing, Mr. Claude Hamilton,
1, 'r ,"-nual ir.dirictr.r. of '\ new and MJr lEanmilton M. ,J Holine. Mr.
se'Aidpntail hia'ml-s3 agr.nt innocently Eariest Watliir, o, andl MiLes .Lucy
tsr I .'. i,,,,t l..i ,i-l-,i re of ;t_ eMx -tt..r'. Penisrt.n.
**Saient,_t' have bht one verdi.t." Lav. of absence onr private attairsn
say- a crii of thie picture. and thatI has beer, granted to Lieut. H. P. .Jeesson,
the artist. il rneh acaideint. stnimn.ie-i R,:,,',I Engineerg. with permission t.,
into what the while aii;nt. making proeed to the Linited Kingdom.
wolId has beeu eA-k ;ig for years--a
luminous pigment. .Ii-:t v. hat lpe,-ulia, Mrs. Virginma Harriso, and the Misse`
chemi ,al charge ;...i.ire..l in the artist's Annette and Virginia Harrison, of New
oilto diffteent'iae it fiom the stanrl.ad Jei sey have tal.en a house in Hamilton
p-iint' can r no 1.- .i-.c.i er.e.., l,.it there for ithe winter. They pent last season
eai be no .-do.it. unless the reasoner o at -Marclhmont."
so far from the twentieth century path
as to a' :.-t .t tie? -iperniatuial. that
thil i a ih im;i l 31 h,:t, lit ho.. p 0lo
ded a.,ti ..r -.. J ir, [,.,,, t, ..,, ,r 1S team ers,.
a- tra detry' rh.-n-er h+ .vs tho on0- lih.; ;e
been able I) say.'' T .E, BE rnit:la ciltld =
alluled: to iboi ea emi.lodied the -amrei Can'abtean arrived at Ne.w York at
ide ain a tr:.te t.rs' ph3 e :- hit in flori .-'2 p- m. Monday.
Shooe' ,e lau,.iat'.u.li-tonahl.. .lep. Berrud;yrn sailed lf.r New York
lv impre3-tl hi the pl.rc.'e an.l h.-lheiet y. rerday morning with 224 passengers
it to Lie 5oiretlhiig mnoit than at otiina ry an is dtle there Thursday.
canvas. Onr. v otinma, taidinrg L.efre Connindlore Ri..llin' arrived froin
it, wa o ,o,'* ,i-,3'fml' it i' .,aid, Hait _-h, Philadelpliia on Sundav mot ihin to the
fell dead. Many persons insist on kis .-, adl hei- of The Hamilton Hotel Corn-
ing the hands of the figure; others stand pany.
for a long time in earnest contotipla-, '
rion. But. or, il.. ...li.h r hin,:l. n nrv -arib e'-in sailed riom New \no : this
lao are on tlic- 1 .l.o ut or irt:e-r- m i"' incg andi i. ue hi 1 .riday. Cal i.-
e-:ort tO all .inds of testy-. .ie fl .an li .,I pai; ,-ngr |
whih I have resulted i,, th a-di.-ligti entin.ri 8t r Brndian ,s scheidled no spil t'r~oi I
of the canvas. One u'ee.tatu.- thk New Yn'i for Berinuia r.ex.t Satu day.
advantage of thi d.r'l.nafs. '.viIle tli, t '
eightt i.a t n'-I 1 ort. to -tick i ,im point 'ayo is r.ow due from forndlon,
of an u ij ilat'i-ll thl'.lr.ig ilt. e nl I, i ,
m any oil i,- l ht'.'. :l. ..I it illlit h t
pins. Bu.t iiothl I. ,. -et h-e Ji Schooner
covered to throw dr..it upon th Danisn sooner
genuineness of the painting.
It tni'. a'e, i.. b-... -tlt,, th,, t e A arrives.
. picture reached B-inrl'i.l ar thl. ..-un
of n';:ide-t:t. Mr' Tloni l, l ,.', ---'
exhibit m li)- ..4 ii ,' Ls,. in 'Ihi aiial Q, hof aner Mar'gtethe,
Being about to leave "r-iirg;)',i iur fdr M'Copnhliagen, arrived in Hamilton
New Y'or k he placed the case contain- Harbour yesterday, ti6 days but from
ing the picture in a store room in which the -Azore-: has had finn weather
he had other cases, containing a thi'-ighout the voyage.
cin;feoin..etai.h apparatus (.. -ich Mitrgrethe i- used lb, the Danish
inl, e-t A \al! he .1.-.:i-I to' .i-i BK r- ,.-;o\ernment for fishery investigation
mutidaan t-el-d.ip i.l (..'I t'.Iiii'L ton urppsps. he qliq .alled at Beiiuuda
1orrespo ideti-- i:,e ih t .'.. hla'k for provisionss andI n the course of the
nase- in store-nrarisi rte i,.iii'-'.mato- ',next three or four dlaysv will sail for
graph cases. Wiheni leii reci' l tlie the West Indies.
ases one of them (.i,[aii.,il t ie per'ltr,?.
Then hv wi.ed a' .' i' the third iat.' -
and came to Br,,].%"i.a Ath tin t'ic,
that he had. Bernuoa'i'i --c ri l-a.t U i
thoho i.ive had at p-,Iit. t, The Supreme Court
see the p:cture-will not regret the _
WhilE th-, eanvas has hcen on exhi. Continued from first page.
bition, it lirts *.,eri i. v -el b r i largt di, dispute. daring which witness turned
numiiilr ofl p'e.pif.. .11 of aton, hive a a',.-i He was followed by defendant
beer .leepliy interested in th .- .lmor% of i 1h.11 ailedh himr name. Witr.e-s struck
the pit t.ire. which has, already .eeir h n. T he jlerendant came at nirn again
partly given. The fia,'.a wa. otGi'r,;nal- aid they gripped.
ly ir.tendeal for .1 d,.1r-n for a .taioied While in that position the dtf.endan.l
glass window, for arlurch in Bo.-t.n. de- calld to Norman ,Jones who was out-
picting tl.e MaIont' f S.), ce i : ,t through ide the door to pass him his chisel trut
htbe.a.eciwentrl di>O-ovrvy 01 ita in.ie- tirnes4 could not say if .Jones did so.
ful eharai'ter'i-:tics in i.- been di.'er- Af'te they diadh eein separated, the
troai it aorn. iin l | iip.:si arl in tfe defendanir threv. a hatchet at him in-
la-t seveht.ritir yea has eirneld [fr flictirg a wound on thi head.

cha iali po pof ~io )' a ti'rtaer of AMINl. I ar, dleferdant'
a mullion u di ll -_'. r, hrer-aii law. I was. to pay hi.n i. 14
In conclusi.;n it may be of -inerrest to bor the house I paid him t7 or, account.
note on-e p-int ipon \' &Iic.i Mr ia h 1ona1 I had no ,1dipute with defendant about
always d'.ell- in hi- l-:ctuIre: tlat-unhke tie lt.uiillinbegroieaie the night inq question

It ii gratif" aa to le abl, to "rtat-
on the autIrn lt f 'rhe- Dire tor of A.\gr
culture, that keen interest is being
taken in the Potato Competition biv
th,- farmers of the- Coloi:n. From
present appearances. Mr. Wortley hople;
that there vill be as many as thitry
entries for this year's competition.
For a beginning. this is quite as large
a number ai one could teasonahbl hope
for, aid nust be a nm -tte-r i ,fence-,,age-
ment to the Department of Apgiicultiue.
It is not to present restuit. so much a'
to llie fuluro .ievelopiernt of the ipoatan
industry lhat the Board of Agriculture
ia looklr, forward in coniection t.,i t
the Polat. Ceitcij.eltiton.
Aprop:. -s.)f the Potato Copipeti-
tion, farmers and others interested are
rtim ir.dcd that Frilay rext is tle la-t
day on which entries for the (Con petm-
tion can be made.
Recently. tose trees ard Cother plants
have been badly infested with lice andt
other vermip. and it has be-n rece-ar"-
to ree-ort 1t the ts.e of insecrticidj in I
order to lid the plants of theverrinr,
in such case it is dra-raule to avoi.j the
purchase of northless ati'iles' siich as
are always to 1-e t.:.urd on the niarket
In one case, a fi iend abroad sent a
package of its-ectieidra to a friend in
ermuda to tbe iiied to rid hi; rosetries
of lice. The rartiele proved of little
value. Strfiangely enough in a copy of
the Farmer's Billeti, the- following
paragraph is ptubli-hed with regard to
that very insecticide:

Lice Exterminator,
"P. D. Q."-0(,nc. hlce ftie extern`ina-
tor anal.\saed in this laboratory aud sell-
Ing at the rate of 25, cents pei box,
"P. D. Q.,'" was found to contain about
15.6 per cent sulphur, a very small a
mount of some volatile substance th-at
possessed the odor of naphthalene, ani
other higher' coal- ;r t i,.lurtia. ran.l i
per pent of ti..at p.,l,,areJd to be only
common earth.
Wnith refeerce O1 i.ee-.illaa the
Bulletin remark il : v. iIh Iigard to
popular lice-kill-'i. '.in t'- mu ket--
'dome of thin anit- oat a..l ful \;,il ,e'
and among tle r.i'iliber are ---
'*Instant Louse Killer.' Aii.ltherli-rm
ple. selling at 2. ce.-,, per box t- --In -
stant Louse Killer."' Th'h con.-.sis of a
very small epno, ra .f tol acco. a large
amountof partiiil3 ,,i -ial i-d linai tleat
ed with a spil! tiin ',, or the hieher
products of coal tai. nzr.d a lt nge aount
of what appeals to be cl]ia .
-"Lambert's peath tp Lice."- Stiil a-
nother sample. "Lambert's peath to
Lice." and sellhig at 25 cents per taox.
was analyzed. It is a mnixttre of toabeac
oo within mall alnetmnt ot lime, which ap.
feared to have been treated with the
higher piaoduts of coal tar Either.
through negligence in cleaning the to-
bacco or on ptuipoie. a large amount of
sar.d i si present.
rThe first or thenhte lillers, it is trule,
dues contain sulphur and a subhstaince
like naphthalene. each of wvhi-h is good
in driving away \ernmin. but it al-o con-
inn in roi of- h r, f.

Marn i4S t -"tii l allowede. He called at a. Or ri wi tre' er n it '
Mar-:hall s li.at'e on thv night of Sep which we are paying at the rate ot 2u
tembar :a, nd while he wps tera S p centi Per pound. The second con:
tenisbep, an while hMar shall and ains north ng that will kill l enrmin except
islpt,'- 'aio;e betveern Marshall andItbcents prniud.thehsecod t'
ihe defendant. and the dispute ended in tobacco ,and-omeo the higher products
ar 1lt H- was in another oon. when tofcc al nmr. and these are present in
h enr,t-eal the room where the cutfl e such small latities as to be practically
was in progress he saw three met of little lsre. Tvi-fl.ii contalnsuenoigh
ddle together an the floor, beating tobacco haps b of ome value, bt
one anoth'-mr. He gripped one nran ,hon uthe satne anmoantr ct gfigood tobacco could
Ie recopint~d as lie ieft,'mranbt and be bought at a muih lItis rC't,
pulled him away from the otherec.
I'len lie saw that John had Marshall
SCROsS-BXAMINDO--IJ did not gee any
hatchet throAin; Idid see a broken tea
pot on the loor after the row. La te NeWS
Tlie light went ot in thle room. the
cause .. It I ido not r :o
PDr. C. A. Arton (a registered inedical
practitioner) was the next witness. On Continued from first page,
the night of September 5 Marshall came According to a London despatch, on
to his ,ilie tor tiedtnient. ,He. was October20, M.;i Alinie Kenrny. oro-anzer
sufferi,,' ionom a wound on his head,; of the Women-'s oclal ar..l Political
which, hi- said, had beet caused by Union, the militant suffrageiie organ.
Lowechopping him with antaxe. The ization, made dranimti appe-arnnce at
wound ,im- of a serious nature in one t h e eekly iufifragetrte; mieting.
sense :,; &thr (omnplication may have Suffering from the effects of a lhunger
set in as a result O dirt getting into strike in Holloway Jail, Miss Kennv.
the wound. looking e.trapglI lI eble. was borne into
C:oss examined-The wound may the hall on a Stiecitener. rggelying a
ha%.-: been caused by a teapot: it was rnemnorable o\atior by the cr,.'.dedd
inflicted with some blunt instrument. audience of women,. w)h stood on chairs
Marshall did say that Lowe threw an and cheered until they were weary.
axe at him, This was her first appearance in public
By the Court-The wound :may have since herl release, and she reached the
been caused by defendant hpliing hall it un ambulance, escorted lay a
ag nrt the wall in lh in.,e. guard of militant suffragettes. in taxi-
On the option f r Arton'a cabs. The '?tretclt6r', %ipprtl-d on
One the crn pletin of Dr. r A 'chairs, was placed in lie middle at the
teini.ny. the court adjourned until] platform. where Miss Kenney lay
11.. t.'. til. morning motionless and only able to whisper a
Defendant was admitted to bail. few woids to her friends.

for which Ihe ii t.ou-. We-Inesaday October 29. On the eve of the anniversary of the
Through Tih,,- 11, OCEAN the mein The Court met at 10. 30. When the Battle of Trafalgar. says a recent
concerned desire to expre:.-, their, apprp- r.ll was called, Mr. WilliamAlexende London despatch, the report of the
nationn of the interest inanife.--e in tle a emb of the Grand Jury, special committee appointed by the
regatta by the gentlemen of the ba failed to ( hS yn Admiraltv to examine and consider the
clubs, and, of the as-istance extended.: a to aptwen to hja nie. evidence relartng to the tactics of
SMr. W. J. Fritih. appeared. and ei, Nelson ws published. The report re-
plain-.d t he Court that Mr. Moore conetrue the scene of the battle and
Swas ill ard unable to attend He added the disposition of the rival (l.ets. It i
that Dr. Arlon had been requested to perhaps moreinteresting to the student
Poli0 e N teS visit Mr. Moore andtofurnishamedical of naval tactics than to the general
certificate of his illness so that such reader, but it contain* the.following ex-
certificate might be laid before the tract from Nelson's dairy, written no
." Court.. the morning of Monday. October 21.
On Monday morning ols-ert .ndrew After consultation with the Assistant :.'u5, which is very characteristic of
Mageehan was convicted of betrg drunk -uitlees and the Attorney General, His the great sailor whose memory is being
and.disorderly in the public street and lNa..ar 'he Chief Justice, directed that honored in England to-day.
was sentenced to pay a fine of't -and the Grand Juiy hr o ischarged until 2 "At daylight I saw the enemy's
costs 4/- or 10 .-i\s imprisonment. o'clock this afternoon when he hoped combined fleet from east to east-
This mild senter-ce imposed. His WVor. thp-y would 'have a medical certificate southeast. I bqrt away and made the
ship said, becau-e a year and nine stating when Mr. More probably would signal for the harder of failing and to
months had elap-sed .*nce the defendant be able to attend court. His Honour prepare for battle. May the great
was last before (lin- Court. expressed his regret at the delay but God, whom I worship, grant to n,y
said that under the circumstances he country and for the benefit of Europe
In the San&-skaPlice Court on Monda. did noet think it well to proceed with the in general a great and glorious victory,
Andrew Martin Fubl.r .- as convicted qf bu-tness the Grand Jury had been call- and may iio misconduct in any one'Itar-
being drunk and disorderly in the pu," ed together to deal with. nish it, and may humanity after the
lie street and was sentenced to ten dayp. 1hie case of R v Lowe was then re- victory be the predominant feature in
hard labour. aumed. and the trial is still in progress the British fleet! For myself 'idivid-
Flrece Louise Cull was found a e go to resse. ually, I commit my life to Him who
Florefnce Louise Cull was found made me, and ma? His blessing light up-
guilty of using insulting and threae- on my endeavors for serving my country
g langue to keep the on e Grace Gibbons ae gornd if Holoay Corn t Hm resign sel
six months used. defend. Aptd'' Anin.- Am SOn.

A Red Letter Day-

Nothing like it at Tuckers Town

for forty years

Agricultural Notes.

Th,- evening the Sandys branch of the
Agliieultuual Union will hold a meeting
on the Masonic Hall. The Directoro ,t
Apriicultite willattend the meeting, and
with him a inumer of gentlemen inter-
ested ir the Agricultural pursuit of the
l.r.hd- amone them. Mr. E. F. Zill,
M. P., Mr. George Winier. r. .R. [.
'ut.'ker. Mri. H A. Penistion. M. C. P'..
Colonel Wint,., Mr E A. MCallar,
Agricullural A-sistant.


A coi iJ'poilt ar St. [Dauil% has
sent th- tnollo.1ine fni plblrcaa on in
TtiE Mia-O, ELIN:--
jLast Thmdli s:iy a i. ", rplaySe el t 'i 1 .iin "r' T' '.' ii li-t.ecn a
hiOrni tr-an arnd a ti?-rm f'rol l .-r Da'., "
Island-. iThIis \',a- reminnl inr.tch. and
was won by the St. Davids Islandersb,iy
501 ril'i -.
The ,homn team we.it to bat first,
and i,:or-ld 15: St. Da did-: -c),el 6r5.
At the ,'oni'lii.sion ioft thi. ftir;.m in g,
the t %vo tean-s -ait; dowVn I.:. dinner. a
sum1prioi- ft-ea-t rhat hal heern prepared
b;. oir l..t`- '-II p a -e to their,
After d rInc-r. pla, "as !. ,:-itued. In
theil i-tcorid iriiinp, T 'iil:er Towni
made 7'-. tiiur. Th,-n St. Davi n went
to bat aild after 'ome gparnd Ila..close,
thein'r ii ing ftr 9a; tun.-- irnn g the
gan, e i_., ..
Tuckr'. Town had not ivtness-ij-l such
a day timr forty yeat A IArgfficrowid
gathero-.l Fi-om n al lirec-tion;. t r. it irneis
the mant-i. arid th. sp'pct'lmorst.were
highl, l'l',] ed not or.i \ith thte match
but aith their erit' ttatn-rir by the.
Tucket's Towt clih. A I.an- w'ds ith
attendance throughout ti.- day. After
tile mriath, :ca, cal.e and icecareanm vw-re
i'.-J aiii everybody wa; made wi, l-
a;OrIt Ii, thi.: evenirni tl'he'e ias a con-
cert. and after the 'oncett, a dance.
So the day was. inrleed. one to lie re-
memibetreld by e\erybo)d;y iresert on
iht- ocea-iori, old anr ,lrarn alike enj.py-
d.'ttI ret pi ioa eI-'.-n' d t. th-m.
I cantort peak too h'gthii in pr-jse or
the your entle-nenof Tncl:er'-A Town
for their liberal hospitality "-v, the St.
Da% i team nri, ti, vi-itor, vie and all
it hiit ,li-tinction,. TPio h. -Ilped to
nialei e the >Ci'ti_4. I n o (I e o t ithe most
er,.oyale-l-if not the mtjiot enijoyablk
of any similar occa-.'n during inec
c'rieket season. After eich ihospialitny
and I.nioynient it wIouild be storngge il1
.:nicketers arid spectator i'. t.tr delparr
to th-c respectn.ve hlioi overflowing
with happiness and goedvlill.
A great and notabk- feature of the.
Iay \\a-, thl good order and harmony o,
that pi tailed.


VANTED --A uooii oi:. Bermudian.
Appl, onr, N'en'vlei r ri Ito Mrs VWn.
M. Converse. eirf.


Queen Street Store


A large assortment of wonl gooa1s and
nnxture-, r.,elh.dine Broadcloths,
Tw.ea-'is Serges and voile-, at

F>.mnisarlitt Sale of
oii.'inal prI ces 'r,,1-1, "1 to I.
i btun,.- \our '.hoce., Sir.UU.

daintily trimmmnd-sold regtularly /
at 2' :'-oni SaleSat. 1/

Whlir. La-..tn 'illother Hiih-
itl" stile-"'pecial on Sat. 1L.2Li

,.,', lh 'a, q ality, sizeS 9 /
*'. .? ,. al on Sat. 2

V\'ite L"-.': Curtain Good; one yard
vi.-- ri.'-at d-igLns ( yard.

i.j;.,ry ltcec.olla's in the. n'wes.t shapes.
P,'.c-s 1 ., I and 1 43

in Our' Men's- Ann-ex -ve.I hae pick-ed
out a mrnall line of
Re-g. 2 a value lper garment
Speiail for Satulday. /

Your choice of 1]b design-
on sit. Pec yard.

Other Bargains o tbaty ,finspection
will be featured in variouss sec
lion11 after lI* a. m.

H. A. and E. SMITH.
29 111-13 -2.

Hamilton. Bermuida.
The full attendanc-e of members (of the
above i-named lodgei is enlistedd at the
Oi the night oj

5th November next
to become acquainted with arrange-
ments in connection with laying of
Corner Stone i:,y *Somers Pride of
India L.,'ice No. b99 St. Georges on
12th November next.
,By order,


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Men's Tweed

'Knockabout' Hats
There i-_ hardly any material
p.it into a hat that will with-
-tand as much hard servicee a-
the ordinary, roujh finish tweed.
in ifiornespuni effect, -- t h i s
style d'a hat is most comfort-
able wtich on account of it-
pliabil'i rill rEadily cor t'orni
to an.. shape peculiar to the
We ha'-a full lange of th-.-e
tweed nockabout i which we
recom end to votn for e'.ery
day f.
MEN'S TA EED HATS, Special price 5 -
T. J. Pearman & Sons,

Souiers Pride of India

Lodge, No. 899
G. U. O. of O. F.

of New Lodge Building, York Street
St. Georges, at 12 noon, on
Wednesday Nov. 12th
by His Excelleinr. Lieut-General Sir
George Mackworth Bullock. K. C. B.
Governor and Comnander-in-Chief.
The Procession will leave the lodge
room at 10.15 a.m., and proceed by Cut
Road through York Street to the
grounds where the stone is to be laid.
A collection will be taken in aid of
the Lodge Building Fund.
Steamer CORON A will convey pasen-
gers to St. Georges. leaving Hamilton
ar s a. m. Darrells Wharf .15, and
Ferry Point. Sormerser, at .3i a. m.
Fare: Round trip 2 -
Tickets for sale on board of steamer.

The Members of the Household of
Ruth, No. 371. G. U. 0. of 0. F. will
have an entertainment on the ground
adjoining the new Lodge Buildihg during
the afternoon and evening. Special
feature: Concert, drills, club swinging.
A choice selection of fancy articles
on sale. Refreshments, etc.
A Band will be in attendance.
Admission to grounds td.
Secretary of Committee.
Octr. 25. 1913.

Colonial Opera House
Special Featuie:---
The International
Olympic Games
" reelo.
Doors open S. Commence at i.3u
Admission---Al: -Eats 1 Gallery 1td.
Children under 12 half-price.
Oct. 2. 1913S--1.

intend having an
In Pride of Sandys Lodge Room

Wednesday, 5th Nov.
in aid of the Band Fund.
Admission 3d.
Come one come all and help us.
By order of the Secretary of Commi;tee.
29,' 3, 1913.

5th of November


of every Description at all prices


A Fresh Supply of


The B irmuda Furnish-
ing & Supply Co.
A. S. &.C. l. COOPER, Proprietors.
Oct 29th, 1913.


p has the largest circulation of
any loc0 Mwspaper.

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which we believe to be




We are naturally proud of this occasion., lut we fully appreciate the fact that it has
been made possible only because of the support which the :puhlHic have given u'L since
our opening three years ago, and the manner in whichh we have endea'. ored to treat
our customers. As a .. ..



to have you share with us in the
pleasure this Anniversary brings,
we will make the following
CAPSTAN CIGARETTES.... ... ....Twopence-halfpenny
CAPSTAN TOBACCO. 2cz........... ...... .....Sixpence-halfpenny
DAWSONS....... .. ...... ....... .. .. .. .. .Two for a penny
Id. CIGARS......... .. ...... .... ...... Two for a penny
lO d. CIGARS.... ............. ............ One penny
2d. CIGARS....... ..... ..... ... ... .. ......... Two for threepence
MAYO'S PLUG ............... ............. Threepence a stick
GOLOFINA LONDRES....... .................Theepence each
GOLOFINA PANETELAS........ .. ....... ...Twopence each



Commences NEXT SATURDAY Nov. Ist
L li,*:_" White Canta4 Shoes 1 11 pair; 'iIr- 4-.
Le, ,-;" Blacl: L:latbler Slhoe "2 71 pair: value -C
L[.,i,-' Bn..ts I 11L pair: value 9 Men'q Heavy Brown Leather Boots 8'ti
S M,:, Bll.c: Lace B,,:,ts 5, i; value Men's Brown Canvas Shoes 2 11 pair;
value 4 6.
2'il3-l:9--. FRONP rST

Highest grade English fabrics for.Men's Clothing tailored in
latest American designs.
We als,:, earry at moderate prices full and select lines of
for ladies and gentlemen. Gents. Furnishings in all
its branches
22 11, : GEORGE EVE & CO.

Third Anniversary

October 29th, h'13..


Beginning Friday October 31st and continuing throughout Novem-
ber we propose to set aside two days in each week during
which we shall demonstrate the money-saving power of this store.

Ladies' Fleeced lined Vests long sleeves Boy's School Boots, Reg. 1 9', Friday
Reg. 1 9. Friday and Saturday 1 3. and Saturday : 11.

Ladies' White and Coloured Blpuse ,
Reg. 3 6 .FLiday and Saturday 2 1'.
Men's Dress Shirts special lot of Soft
Fronts in latest styles and patterns,
Reg. 3 and 3 6. Friday and Satur-
day 2 3. 1

J. H.
Oct. 29, 191:3-1.


Annual November Tea

The members and friends of Warwick
A. M. E. Mission intend (D. V.i having
their Annual November Tea on the:
evening of

November 5th, 1913
On the Grounds Adjoining the Mission
Among the attractions .there will be
Putting Competition, Gipsy Tent. Post
Office and Guessing Competition.
There will be for sale Ice Cream and
a specialty
Eureka Bard in attendance.
Admission 6d for which each person
will be served with Pudding and Tea.
Proceeds in aid of the above named
Oct, 11, 191Q.

Youth's knock-about boots. Reg. 5 9,
Friday and Saturday 4 11.
Men's Lisle Finish Socks Fancy shades.
Reg. 9L.d Friday and Saturday 6d pr.
Men's French Braces "I-ant Rust".
Reg. l0d. Friday and Saturday 6d pr.



The well known Bermuda Residence

"Belle Vue"
For the Season 1913-14, or longer

Large uirnmmodious house w;th ample
accommodations, servants' quarters,
carriage bouse and stables. spaciouss
gardcns arnd grounds, beautiful views
on all side-.., fine sea-bathing. &c, &c.
For further information apply to
*'Belle Vue", Paget.
Bermada July 7, 4918--tf.

Bermuda Cedar Work
Walking Canes. Boxe.s, Tray.,.
Paper Kni'es.. etc.
Nothing more apl)popriate a-
a gi ft from Bermuda.
Opp. South East -entrance oft'
Hamilton Hotel.
:2 -i.- !- e ,:ln,.
Gilbert Douglas Aitken
All person? having 1 lful claim-s
against the estate of the late Gilbert
Douglas Aitl:en, deceased. will be good
enough to renesi: the samn th, the under-
signeI not later than
SATURDAY, November 15th.
Persons indebted to the estate are
requested either to malke payment of
an.ounts due dr t6 arrange the same
satirfaetorily, by the said date.
Oct. 25, 1913.---3.

By ordering your
before the busy season starts, at
Pest English Goods. Fit and Work-
manship Guaranteed
Tel. 359. Church St., Hamilton.
The Mid-Ocean Office has been re-
mqved to the Wainwright Building, 62
Front Steet,upstairs.



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New Rubberle-s material for rackets cricket, bats, golf clbs, etc; infinitely
uperiaor to either leather or rubber for both comfort and durability, and eneosuring
a perfectly firm and non-slipping grip.
A ispleiidM li.;ok of Enghsh and America Gut for restringing tennis rackets.
golf club repaired.
CHURCH STREET, Opposite Hamilton HoteL
U.re. 1l-. I",I:.

For a day's pleasure:
Cathedral Rocks, Elys Harbor, Scaur Water. Boiling Hole, Wreek Hill
-* Attractions without extra charge. D-
or Sandwiches, Strawberries and Cream, Tea, etc.
Feby. 26, 1913-w s F. A. BALCH.

We are Pushing our

Job Printing Department

We have just added a supply of
Especially selected to do

We are after YOUR trade
If not all, at least
Can we have it?
If not,-why not?
This department is controlled by an experi
enced job-printer who thoroughly understands
-the business and whose whole effort will be
to suit you.





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Australian Corned and Roast Beef
,1 lb. tins) 8 6 per doz.

Fine Granulated Sugar
(1W0 Ib. bags), 15-

SAML. D. ROBINSON & SON, The Arcade.
Oc-t. 2;., l.,3-3|p.tf1


by inviting the general public to inspect


You will not be asked to buy, and
\we will .- welcpne youX criticism -. ,

Come and help as make a
Banner Day of this Anniversary

JOHN P. HAND, Owner.

r "Travel without Worry." _
l.l.'EEN ST., H n\MLTON, 11811 BROADWAY.
Phone 435. Phone, Mad. Sq. 4748
ASK MR. BELL Anything about Any place Anywhere in Bermuda.
He Probably Knows

Oct. S. 191:.



Ritual Murder

A Senisatimal Criminal Trial in

Defendant charged with murdering a
boy to use his blood in connection
with Jewish religious rites-Civ-
ilized nations protest against the
dishonest official conduct of the
Russian authorities.

On Oi:tol..-r at Ki'trl'. in Rossia. a
senSritiotial trial was btigun in the
Criminal -'ction, of the KeilTdistrict.
A- :,et rno tel-ference to the case has
be-r, aniai in an. local newspaper, but
lhaiii, recalrd to the extraordinary in-
teref- the case hiass create.- throughout
Eu!Ope- anl Ameriea. to the character
of tie ich-.ge. air.i. to the storm of pro-

re-t ri t h is been Ca.I lled fort'I from teo ftrlther ermphaizin tie altti tud- he ". H i ..r. : T' i .- 1t ,a3' ,i ,.1 li- n-.xt,
,to tt d ti i ,ng is l r ,e,1 mi ie ,i n E u ro p e a s h o rt g o v e lrln m e n t, tile c h ie f o f Athi Hltle t
scho ol dis trick w ho o pe , d i plite I i, d A I, (, -. I, i t i th I... b' ,
history of the case may pvice not un Professor Sikorsky's conte:tion. a h .. .-i .i t- -i T It.
interesting und w'iil unable many to read dismissed from Iis post. u of i r, A rit.'A glil'- u tai e .i. a .l ,
with lutdetiionding alli.iona to the trial gT,, T R P -, tO '
ith which i,-, nmay meet in nevs- NATIONs ENT" R PR 'TE"rE r. .t,,. ,.-. ,r.,"
papJ-r.' rece-itedl icorI al.Ioad. In the imeacntine the cai-s had at A.II-?, ll, i ...,- r i, i- '
Tli-re i nm riih in connection with the enacted world-wide at-ention. IlMany ,o .- ~r t ,-, -, .,Ir.I: i ',A I,-.
cih and tle inane Iein whilth I. promirent n en li Englrand i lti..1 Ii .' -1. -
the Archbhiops of 'aiierbdlut' ar. d o e. a ,-t .- Ih r :I, Ii).!e. ;,u-
p:,r..- .- ted, c- 'culated to recall the mien York. 1 ,o 4 l..-;. ebh ry. Aiit.,' i i" n m- : '',1 .'. l..l ,
etiou. l-ie tha i.the thenn Romansr used berlin A. J. Baltffo Pfr:d .. e- e:. ,, n .y i r,, ,.y
tO fal'ie.ite against the early Christians. unitve 'ily professor cl. tiit, ll. .d -. a-
S ministers of the gospel. sigred ar.-it st-t
In the Ktief case. the defendaii ; 8 out to Russia as .ltror gly wor,-:d i,.o- .-. ,u I .. t..
Jew name, Mendel Beilis; the charge test i against the *"blo-.d a,:,.uaton t', I I, i r ,"i, ,I -A' ,a I, r,, i
again-t h;m is that he niurdered Achil- In Engla IIi. .''ineoe. -A\ni ti a art, Gu.r Lilr. m t If i Y ,. ,- i I ,, h
in oider to uiie it, blood in th. prepara- hmaii full 'el io t e ruf 1 int tst or, In "I n l
tion 0o Pas.-over l.re., and the yig- uirejudice boards of redico-l-gal tol' .r i '.
gestion of the proseutioln iP that aijh expert.-, who united in declaring. that
ii a :..lmnion practice among t(he Jews he was not torluied nor aa ilit boid -
nndi is called for byv their ritual re-n1oe from the body,1 as all g1.-,
i t r o A i Th British -o nm it-e. of uli '. lil Dt .
Ever sin- the morning of April I W. H. Willco. ohiefpr of c Hone l ,.( ,
1911l wlen the mttildated body of An. Ofle was the a-lina membe.'. T..ai ted tiv.. r,,i i, 1 i r
drei Yuechnslky, a 12-year-old Chris- thal the e iaeree showed that ti.o l:.ov t-i I ,: ,. -..,w, it
tiar, boy..was forind in an abandon ld wa. killed almon t iintantaneou. y bu. t[ tl.ni-'r t i.i.'i,, 1. ,. .....I ,-,
brAcky.a.l ,ust oCitside Kieff. the prose- two blower on the ,ead. that the rnimen, or i ,..- ,. ,- lh.tT
caution hIas le en endeavoring roestab- ous stabbings were-merei .inletie tal ,'iiirii.rag is 1. i ,I. -1a-. ,: ,-r. tor i,
ii.h the theory that he was slain by to a peculiarly I'-.'dl-h crime ard that i'.e I i.. .,ii-- '0 l ..: i:. .i,-er the
.nenil.e s of it.e .Jewi-h faith in accord- there wa- rno blond l:raihilng. ,' IA-i. ,, 1 i i 1' .1 -- t I' int
alice with an o iileie.-l rite prescribed by At the In-t [nteri.atioial Cor,'ie oft r o a t tr- .r...I ..I 1 r.a-ni
use Tmn sng Past his or brad. Fight li Medcine in Ln-Jon the case waI con-

Je% -tbaiteri of Pussia hate clung to the l rexprered the ait was ota nitt- l---
belief ir, this rate" is regularly lunauide. which hed tbeera t ied upon Iy-,
ap.i ce, ad the all it govelr to fos tr persons animated by i aeial arnti..iathy to II "'I")
ti.-u .dJea,. distort and nmi6represent fa'ts for their IUnknown
own liet'farniis p'rlioses
M. KiadeovsL y, chief of the Kieff de Beilis Imaself waa little better than g
tpetive department. was actually in- an ordinal day I'b'irer. a man fp p F S
strlnrte.l to proceed on this theory. al- ticall, no education, lieond that of Ii
thoitgh the o.il-. io.siblle pretext fo.r the trade, and there i. etide-nc. that lie ---
*"ritual" charge was that the bo0' never hadl any strong relihiou-'
body bore fort,'.seven stab wounds. Ac- convictions. Yuehirnsky dippeared on Trophies in N.ival Academy Cap-
cordinmg to current superstition, the March 25, when he left home piesui .
*rital m'lrder" is accomplished by ably to go to scliool After hi. boyi tured iti Forgotten Battles.
fortn-hife ttunds. .He, could obtain was found. it developed that intea.1 of
absolutely no.i elience along the requir- going to school l h viite-t a t'ov fi '.1
ed lines. but on the contrary believed he named Eugene CIebenrak v. o- e
had traced the murder to a gang of parents live near the brel,.aard wh-eri i, th, ti,.l-t .1 ,i Or,,it.,i t,i t,
thieves to which neighbors of the boy' the lads frequently played. lectn t l)- .; 1 i -i -''i ar
fanitly belonge-i and who erekqown Throuehout the var.ou. rel,, ar on, ,l ,o Ih., Hall
to be fearful tha t Y. ichhinskv would be- Throhout the %aniuti -I nn-ri iH:ll
ra them t h ath.nties He se- l'rocessee of the case ti, ieftnis .- at ht N ,hii -.'c_ -n'h, .r .- i ..- "6i .
ciiriedu eilenei thit one ,-if the thi-stes been seriously handicapped b i Otwh m11011.tl i -l t'' ;J... .' ,Iu n.-. I tlo-I I-lag '
%vas iooe i w 1hit a chisel shortly beforee test pretudices of the court o Iftcial. thIf, I .II., I 1 .0'.', L I i., uh 1
t ie i -u'd ltasam e against th'-t prisoner. A ll possible oh gaL"- .- ,,- iu ,,rL t ii t ,.''i'5 -_ih-e I-\
e Wnthat this a imtnle- stacles were thrown tic le av of de- _i. v.1, ti,-.. Ii.- ,? I--lOi, hris lny
me .t. .-01 -red w h i ool. 1a fotiun d fense counsc-l. His firt attoir ni r i ,, ,,
'au s h. T- l, upon ol dern aofthe goro itch. a severlel\, re .ri.and ,l .,,, t, ,.i,.i. t I .
S hi..t. Threl ,- : od r e th.andI te-nporarily uper,ded frontm the i:,-ri,- -,'- i. ii 1-1i i] -i .. -, .I:-.I..
case for having signed a pet iion i 'pio- ,,., A ., 1 ..:iii ii.. -: il.,-
F T- .1 npc.T nr iLl. testing agai,.,t the "'Iood ae.-:t.allon ,.ir .. i... ,, ; i : r.' i-
His next lawy.er. Mar otullli. .a fo l i -:,.d ,,, ..r nj li,-',n 'Iof
W hen l -Krasso.'sky made Im first re. out by reason of a palpably false l e ii ,rI ., i,,- ;l. I .a... i...- l
p it 0 o Jh.i- il-'orst he 'as sternly maisde by VeiaCheberr-lrnd. motlih r of tlii i ,,, i ,. .:- \ I
re riin-ri,.1iid. Latert he o wa practice ll, boy. Eugtine. that he had attempted Ito AnOli.-i al ili- ii, --,. i.i -, i3 Ilie
forced by them to arrest Mendel Beilis,. bribe heri. '-.4" 4 ria I., it:a' 1m, ii- -, tlnis
a Jew. 4it, earth of age, foreman of the The pri owner is defended by tIvo of tie nitnlit a]i. n ..ir 'ri til I t .luni-, and
triclyard. in whose room one of lthe most distinguished nr.embers of the St. the :r i l.'. tl ri.[l.. -
thie-.'e-_' gang said he had found 5onie Petersbiirg bar Everyw he-ce, oiir- F.; /. !.

U .ngl''" --

A Celebrated Violinisteo

Nervous Fatigue, Languor-
Th.- ,t ..c i .', th-,e .''..t, ic' hic:h ensLre.s hei brilliant successes,
says the talented '.lohnist, M -Nis- Sbii eymer, is entirely due to her
abundantce of \i;:;o'ot; n'ie' 1 it": created by Pliosferine. Hovw greatly
the numerous dislinction.S an.! triumphant career of this accomplished
naiii ician are prunmi.-ted b\ the 1-,ain eeo r;y and f.i jsica! sta/ini-.i developed
by Phouferine, i.; e ident frnmi M1.is Keynrer's aJihiision that the touic
"enabled mte to J., nivmr i f stie." This f:..'r to e\..el, thi, ai/i.:l to make
tr,'ic/t 1 e of her skill, Jd-pend tIupoit the iriarvellous 1it;i!/ and stecadii:ess
l0 thli sun it ce i-. i' -s )-flerine lba, gielen tier, and to v.-hich -.he owes the
entrancing tone and qualityy of her inli.al tendiii..-n-. Naturally, this
epetgi-ing elTe:t of Phoiferine %as accompanied by the disappearance
of thIe headaches., li-tl-esne-s:, an.1 fatigue, which were the bane of hetr
public appearances,and it is tliis happyoutconmewhi h-imiipel p i\a.s i *o'eye)'ies
to testify to the exceptional advantages to be dti-6ed It-oim Phosfetine.

Promptly Remedied.
Miss Sybil Keymer," Riversmere," Albany Rd., Leighton Buzzard, Eng.,
writes: "I think I should inform you that I have recently derived very
great t benefit from the use of 'hoilerine. In the c.ouit-e ol my pirofession
I have to travel a good deal in getting to my tvariuu- concerts, and I find
that since using Phosferine I ain never troubled v',iih [thi h-lidaches and
listlessness v.'hih follow a long railway journey, particularly duiling hut
1\eather. This is of very great importance to mie, as Ireipieintly only a
very little time elapses bet.veen reaching tmy deti)ati,:.n and tihe colin.
meicement of a concert, an.I it is such a relief to feel Ileh and ready
for playing in public undi-tuirbed by The fatigues ol loni-4 travelling.
It is because I feel that PhoMlerine enables me to do myself justice as a
. iolinist, preventing any of the unsteadiness of the ,iu-cle nliern., ,vhich
is so harmful to tone and quality, that I confiaentl;, coninlmi]d*tlih tonic
at every opportunity."-July I i, 1912.

Influenza Maternity Weakness I Lassitude Sleeplessness
Indigestion Premature Decay Neuritis Rheumatism
Neuralgia Mental Exhaustlonp Faintness 'Headache
Sciatica Loss of Appetite Brain Fag Hysteria
Exhaustion Nervous Debility Backache Anaemia
And all disorders consequent upon a reduced state of the nervous system.

S The Royal Tonic
Phosferine has been supplied by Royal Conmmands
To the British Royal Family H.M. the Queen of Spain
H.I.M. the Empress of Russia H.I.M. the Dowager Empress of Russla
H.M. the King of Spain H.I.H. the Grand Duchess Olga of Russia
H.M. the King of Greece H.R.H. the Grand Duchess of Hesse
.M. the Queen of Roumiania The Imperial Family of China
And the Principal Royalty and Aristocracy throughout the wo Id.
Price ..i G '.ia t .taiit: bi tle, f1is ~,9i & 41;. S ,13 1-.' i. Clhni.ri .Si '..: .-'
The 219 size contains nearly four times the 1,1 size.

(Subi. t t,, change w'ithlout notice.)
R. M.. S. f. "CARIBBEAN "
The largest steianiir ,n thi New York
Lu i,_ mnuda i.-ri''i.'.
Cuisine and Sevi'e tvrequalled.

STEAMRi. | '. ..K L .
r PIER r2 -it:.mUP.L
Caribbea I I
I Not. 4
N No I.
: "" 12 -"
2 Dec. if
Fo New York :,a -senlp'v tender leaves
S Hamilton at a m.
W. T. JAMES & CO., Agenits.
43 F-ont Street, Hanilton.
Sept. 1f;, l~13.

F0 F.

rThree L.hambers,

'Natural FiA 'P.o.rr'.e


(Beautiful Picnic Grounds)

August 3, 1912.


To Local Advertisers.

What is your object in advertising.?

Thtn r saverlij?
toads it,


Every working-mar

Then advertise in TH-: MID-OCEAN. Its subscription list
includes the names of all the most distinguished inhabitants of
tle colony.
Then advertise in THE MID-OCEAN. All classes read it
Ona semi-weekly basis, THE MID-OCEAN has tho largest circulation of any
ocal r.ew\i.Iapet.
The circulation of the Saturday afternoon edition of THE MID-OCEAN is
twenty-five per cent greater than that of the local newspaper having the next
highest circulation.
Others may claim the Largest Circulation; THE MID-OCEAN has it :-
ASK THE NEWSPAPER MANAGERS and nvite them to submit their sales
sbeets for your inspection.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating.
W Do not ake advertising contract before applying at the Mid-Onesm

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26, Front Street
Os ti-ol.at h.
Treatment by Appointment
Telephone 4612
Aug. 13. '1.13.


Greig Hall"
Posse-..iorn at any time
tilis iS one of lihe I.-: ge-'t andl finest
nli.en- in the 'loxn of St. Georges,
be-ing extra well built. Ha. founteen
toi.inti, beside- hall rooroms. bath room:
anr-ti3 -it.extra toilet room all modern
'oit -I- r'h Al i. ittl.ies. a1 t'rage
hlI.- i ,.:, -. 'I J r i ,'i.ri r II a r! ,- tor tank.
Do. lle --erairdJaihs, ift. lfet lon:,g. Fine
l tii a ,.i cVI 1.:N. Mo-.t iof the i rooms
- \ .y la e T e rai io r during
.a n .ii.J IIe 1-.:d )Oor e i-t ittd with
rl_-n -r i'.: ,- i -.l :..-. S'jiitable- for
jlyfe i:inil,. or n .trailing hou-e. Will
it.[ f'ur,.ll'..l ] I r l.
_'Otn r [let- ly f ri i.- ibed
F.r parthCulari, alpl.y to the owner.
St Georges,
i:ctr 1. rgl,'.

Agencies for The Mid-


If % )i miris getting it from the street
carriers, or are not a yearly subscriber,
THEii Mii-O'-EAN may be had at the
inllc wine places of business, in the
ha iouI- sections of the Colony:
Messrs Hginrihotham Broa.
Mr. Reid Trott,
Mr. Joseph Bell.
Mr. J. V". Jaclksor. iThe Dock.)
AMi. Irvine Tucker. (Middle Road.)
Mr. Wm. F. Wilson. North Village
Me-st's. Petty Bros, North Shore Rd.
AiMr. J. B. Smith, Parliament Stree..
Mr. J. I. C. .Jackson. Reid Street
Phoenix Drug Stone. Qiieen Street
Mr. C(anphbell Ra,- Corner Reid and
B vriaiby,' Stret.-'.
Mr. Errest Btidle, East Front Street
Mr. M. Enoch, Reid Street
Mr. \V. E. Bell. lInformation Bureau)
Queen Street.
Ml. H. A. A.Stub.. Angle Street.
Mr. F. W. Joell, Church St'Ottt.
Mr. Lefroy Jones, North Street.
Mr. B. Sto\el. Ord Road
Mr. Lindley. Amen Corner
Mr. Cletelanid Jones
Mr. Charles Gilbert. Somerset Drug
Mr. Ewdard Bean, Chapel Road.
M". Walter Fisher's Store and "
the- "'Ramblers Rest."
Masters W. H. Rouse apnd .:
Herbert w "' e-

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of the boy's clothing. On prioduN- ,g l..e-b of tl,:... ih ,-. a. ,' ;eady to a
further evidence indicating the .iilt of I th.. ,.1-'fnce. It -t1-t ttr among
Ile thieves, and the innocence of -. liH other 1.- taigui.ohed l;fo ,* '.., o conde .i.n
Krassovsky wa dismi-sed from ,1t,:,:. te i .iio.I o I -" *v oiiI'
When a fresh inm ettigatiol, wa-- made ist-P, Enlp e-- [Dowage.'- n -other of
under the direction of h wis. sie.,ir, NI. (-' iz Nichola- A lirtedeparteh declares
M istChouLi.. ie and hi s a. -- ,iol: that tIe -e' on. unde the white-
ly came to t .i con,-llsio tt El t l; ritual hot \ av, ,f i li : o l.m.,., i begin-
murder theory was fantastically untrue nitr.' gO to piees.,,e ei hoCse,
and so reported to his authorities. ., h 1., all the -,1 o o a [re,-t. n F '1
There was not onl\ th- i',, rM-aw. I .1.I .- '' t 1- i -i. nim niri
,f Mistelhoill. aind oIt,3 of T- n.' ,T, hltt r '..n,I ,iClii -. I i ii r I, .n: a-.,.n I,0
the n' anrlest or hai -, of ..farl.,r ,-at i, h ft- '1 :l P ;ni ( .j -
d x, m'n iit- ofa oia l., I,? ni th ,- e i. rt m i1i. : ^ i,_h. til l til I_
'II -., 'wp e acquitted. hut the C-ov .al- I- i ... tO l ttI uf) a" 'Li: t,1 1,0 a
pealed w ith the '-P .0lt tl. t t!,e e l',< 1 lr ,.-...h i j,- ti,- i to n ,.-.-. ., .. t
was reversed and they were consitled i looting-.
anid -entercel to n eanr' hadl lalior
In oidtr to strengthen its t .e. lte
government caused wiclepread pnib ica-
tion of a .tateme.it inade to the exam- HER MOTORCYCLE MAN
inning magistrate by Archnan.lrit ,- R MOTORCYCLE MAN
brositis. virar of the Orthodo in'iina-- I
terv at Kieft. to tIle eI'ect that two.
monks, proselyted from the ..-wi-h I"
faith, had minutely desc-,bed tr. in, ICoi-ti.., Ir. i ..m it .I Ipage.
the praetise of **ritual nmHrder. | r dtrm.,,,, to teid int .mon, the
testimony wtas supported 1.\ Pi..fessor ill.- hr tniti n t, i to ni ni: Snir? hai I
Sikorsky of St. \Vladimur nrivr-ity at ,,i, l t ,.,I n 1;.o net ori.: -n i.d i hat,-,,
Kieff. who held that the i.narure ot I-i.l- ie, n.i l, .n Iol off
Yuschir.skyLs wounjws gate evert in, i- S ,re i,,,:r'. i, n.1 2- 1, i oCind'c ot.
cation of "-riitual nintrder." that tlie t l it I l l a i, t, '.,i won.",
boy manifestly had been tortLui-d b- ft"' ;l ili foi u fii ti won- .-,oil
fore death. and that _ev ,ral p. r on a ii i ..' 6n1i 5.. it iU l .
were probably party to the erimn,-. A I d i: n ii or .on,1 i t tikv.
r .. ._ A nnr 5-,vI r

R.M.S. "Bermudian," !10,500 tone di- .
placen.ert. .,

SC IIFi 1, E. A _,
h ._- . or :
i a....n Lea N,->. Ieave. rBe-
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uti .jei- t tI. c'!,a i irlo.it ,Otlt-e if cir-
\VATI-LINCTf.iN &,Cl'N l'ES. Agents.
Jun,- 2 1. .

FOR I), S .

Dexter Portland ment
Warrom.ted to b,,-.e a g.-o0, az y cement
inmport-.:. 4-11 !1: ti hari barr Special
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'THi- i., I-t 'E-'. r TIt. NT Mr ti
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under (I-teo,.athic nianagetmerot
GRArDtiATr A.S.0 O
Osteopath 1 Charge
A ionn'- aid i ret nesoit for the care and
treatntent of rietnolic patients, ionva.
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Sufler No Longer

from ,Agonisia Ner ec Pains

In KEPHALDOL there is a sure,

+, safe, and prompt remedy to hand for .



KEPHALDOL has received the liti-hest conmmen-
dation from the inedical pri:fe.-- >i i because of its 0
direct strenIthening action ipon the inerve-s it ,...7a t o
i/titry toM /e/ c'art,and its lastint'r reaul-'tike and cu rantie o '
effect upon the whole s\%At in. IDoitrs prt-scrile
Kephaldol and testify to it, wonderful re-ults. If
you suffer from rany kind of net' e pain, t ;e lhis \.ilu-
able, natural remedy in preference t or. inry tonics,
and, above all, in preference to dan1.-erous drugs. .

Brings back the, J y of ULe -

It costs little to try this new ierve remedy. Abso-
lute safety is GUARANTEED-it cures quickly! *

Kephaldol may be obtained from Phoenix Drug Co. Hamilton.
If any- d 'ii:ulljy in prcn'ring i' illv a large tube will be 'et ps,. st
free directt by thle ,.ainfa,'.tat is an n receipt money ord.r 2,9. Sold bhi Chlemiist
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