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!1 T K 1 BU N I. Zhe XLxibxmc Zv Tuesday April 1. 1913. It appears to us that Tariff Ri form" is fading out of Unionist policy in England and that in time we shall see no more of it. The revolt of Lancashire against food taxes secured their postponement. But Lancashire LS much opposed to taxes on manufactured articles as to 1 i on food andtheChorley Election, which took place after the postponement of food taxes showed a diminution of the Tory majority which was calculated to press that lesson home. Now, a Tory free Trader lias been adopted by the Unionist party and returned for the Ki n dal Division bv a good majority, In 1906 Tory 1'ree Traders were practically wiped out at the General Election. The Tarifl Reformers had such a hold on the party machinery and policy that Mr. Balfourhad to stand by and see his cousin Lord Hugh C ousted from Greenwich because of iiis Free Trade prim iples. In latter years Lord Hugh Cecil and Lord Robert Cecil have been allowed to obtain si atS without opposition from the Chamberiainites, and now Kendal is permitted to send u\< to Westminster an avowed Tory • Trader. The fanners of the country districts fiavi partly held to Tory ism by the promise of a tax on loud. Now that thej this promise m danger of nonfulfilment, the) threaten revolt against a tax on manufactured articles. The Tory leaders arc beginning to lay stress again on Social Reform and to say less about Tariff Reform. We think that after a decent interval they will bury the Chamberlain i. policy and hark back to the older Chamberlain policy for improving the lot of the toiler. hut here thi Liberals have fore stalled them and are likelv to ring more popular measun s, and even on the question of the land the Tone-, are likely to "tier a solution that will be too limited to capture the confidence of the labouring ( l a1 he s. S. "Miami" arrived from Key West this afternoon with the following pass* ngers, Messrs W. C. Stan. T I. Patn and James \\ i k I at i) The Mail Steamer ^j^ilan* cia" arrived in N< W a. m. yesterday. The Lighthouse Tender "Carnarvon" steamed this evening for an all around visit to the Bahama* lighthouses. The S. S. "Miami" steamd this afternoon for Key West with passengers. Nassau N. 1'. March 31st, 1 ,i ; Deai Mr. Editor, Does the Honourable Member who said last night in tie 1 1 1 that the Col 'inal Office made tinappointment "f Superintend ent of the Hospital entirely on the sir, ngth of the records >l the pa t sen ices,of that < >fficer, and not by the recommendation ol the (iovernor, believe that the ri cord which the Secretary of State based his actions on was ; complete in all its details %  CURIOUS. Nassau X. P. 5th March 191 ;. Editor Tribune, Sir: Can you tell me why we of the Southern district are so li^ht ly esteemed?Is it because we I ich proper representation, or is it that we are utterly discarded and contemptuously igm Now that the rainy seas in will I setting in, what is the condition of tie street!! Most deplorable I venture t-say that I are no other strei rs 111 this island so badly ke| t as ihse. I ti that His Excellency may some day *A Idle the rain is on w alk in a line immediately South of the Arch, from Bast St. to Nassau St, and see what the people have to put up with. Yet theii monej is spent year by year foi such purposes with no more result %  than at present, but alas sir, what is the street, on whi< h the Hoard of Work's ir minds, is it the Southern ? No the almighty Bay sti Again sir. hav< you ever walk igh our streets any time all-1 dark, if you have, did you not imagine yourself going from I den to ( after having left 11 lighted Bay Sir Some ->f the cross roads are extra long and where the fruit trees overlap othei. 'tis almost impo 1 ble to See one's hand in front ol Iiis [ace, and what does the : I of Works say Apply to us and we will give you a lamp providing you give us a guarantee to keep it supplied with oil" what an imposition upon tax payers, under such conditions we ought not pay 0111 common taxes, and in spile if those and our other dis advantages, it is claim* <1 that we are as well represented as any other district, l'ooh If we of the South would join hearts and hands and protst against the in liffi rence of our representatives they might gel a move on them. I canimt say that they can %  >r will get any thing the) ask for, but when tin y don't try at all what can we expei I Awake < ) Southern n presentativi to a of youi dutief, and n member your obligations 01 you shall be called upon to come dow n from your exalted pi isition, aie living to-da\ in a progi ive age(if not in Nassau] and do not feel content to continue in I e Slough of Di spood. I would sir, that our new Junior represental 1 to the uronjL It seems sir, after Mr. So and So., M. L. A no mor lired, plough < can be expi cted IV >m "N Not Particular." What a 1 ople] What a country I hanking you for spacei I am Yours as ever SUFFERER. GOD SPEED I K' M KING. \\'arship starl I ireal I Empire Cru I liMajesty's inspection of the New Zealand. On a cruise of 40,000 mill -. the battle Cruisei New Zealand, presented to the Royal Navy by the gallant Colony of thai name lias jus' set sailfrom Portsmouth. Prior to hei departure on a vi ri • table cruise ol Empire, inaugurating as she dees a new era in our navy annals, the cruiser w as -1 bj the King, ho, a sailoi i.1 in--. If, could fully appreciate all points in the New Z aland which makes her a foinidhghting machine. The Royal inspection was a business-like rather than a ceremonial affair, in the course of which the King wished the officers and men (iod-spi ed on their long vo] Wearing the undress uuiform of an Admiral, his Majesty left Victoria at 10o'clock by spei ial train for Portsmouth. By the same train travelled Mr. Win* ston Churchill, together with Mr. (1. Lambert and Dr, Macna> mara, the fust Lord's Ad indplu colleagues in the Commons. I he Si a Lords, th nial Sei retary, the I Ion. Thrni as Mackenzie 11 ligh Commission! 1 foi \.. Zealandj and Sir |. seph Ward wi re also included in llie party. On the jetty at I mouth the King was rei eived by the Commnnder in Chief, (Sir I led worth Mi us and First Si a Lord (Prince Louis of Battenl rg,) and at onewent on board the New Zealand. Afti 1 the offici 1 s had been | n King was round the ship b\ Captain^ Lionel I lalsi 5. ho a unman. hi r. 1 he inspi ction was a vt\ ugh one, and short ol til stokehold his Maji stj must haw rythin there is toj ei hie of the 1 --in. guns \\ as w orked bj it ci ew, w ho, usin i dummj ammunition, completed three rounds w ithin the min smart pel formani e. A vfsit was next 1 aid to tin lip's galley. In the thi K it. Pointing to the rws ol • \ Iiavi s fresh from 1 1\ e n, he 1 emaiked to Cap; 1 n "We did ic '.:-'' .1 that hen w e w mg\\ eevily biscuit and mouldy flour were often the rations in th-' old days, but -\ ej thing has chan jed For th-' [JO ." I' ntuim:-.' Ins tour, Ins Map st v ;hly am us-1 at th-' upholstery of the gun room. "Nw ol the \\ : Id," Feb. 9th, 1913. I o be continued.) C VBLEGRAMS. April 1st 1913. Columbus, Ohio, 30 Ml of| Bcial 1 ition obtainabl to night placed < ihio's floi ded ilisl at ;* -, A i the flooded ili list gradually '.'rows. 1 4 Indianapolis,' 30, Sixty lives are known to hat e been lost in Indiana's flood which has al< •. disappeared in central portions of the state but still is threatening Evanswlle and smaller cities along the Ohio River. London, ;->.Although the I 1 have command-1 that the Balkan war cease, the fighting -'outline I he allies,' taking heart b> MI c iss, received the ultimatums politely and reply that they agree with these



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I inT R n: r N i'fftfcrvC WE HATE PEOPI I \\l> IMl\< CANNOT UNDERSTAND lorance and bate come i ther jy VV 11 formed up< >n wi HI, and M •• accepl Pn< ithing |come fni x ept throu titioi ai. : 'ii and idolatry invoh e no! b li bul o IM n For killin i lonly when we donol undi rtliciu. Wlienwe uu M ify the act as inty or sell defence, and pit) both the victim and the -I. W hen we '"don't undei • land why he could do such a thii g," we call it murder, We villains and brutes only when what i do i tl of honest and pure min ridicule sentiments thai are either too low oi to i ij I for our own intellects. Music or art that s< py and possible, :ause we do not un lerstam I it. nuel Johnson -.!id*"I hate that man, because I do not know him; if I knew him, I would low him." i %  is h irdly to I"Found a criminal so low that all men %  11 in. Those who know him and understand his state of mind but do not hate. It Follows that knowledge is the enemy "f hatred, and educ ition tin* nc ation and love. F*o educate one's sHf is to bi tuperior to the ignorance %  uses hate. God does vot hal i -not even with a perfect hatred; for 1 le understands. When we understand, we love. Opportunity Jo ake Money Wonderful discovery. A new, scientific process of photography with a world of money-making opportunity for ambitious men with small capital and Absolutely No Experience. Investigate Today the "MANDEL" Post Card Machine A wonderful machine Ihnt takes. fini.Micn. and delivers in our minute — riht on th* spot, !>v the m w "Mendel" IT.i •>•, without plates, filme r.i printing. Til'nuchlns rakes 6vr •hit-nut si\U-s #if • r, tnchesi miniature pott cards, 2x3 Laches] sod OSM Inch %  *_ ABToups, scenes— ^^^^^^^^^^^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^ !" anything thai can i< photocrapbed. riioto post cards ore popular everywhere. Big ltptcnics.es un the straits, in the count ry. small towns and cities —ev er yw here Hundreds ere gt-ttmtc rich —why not you? fetrugiil, of Utah, made JfSll*00 in -3t Months SrmmoOS.Ol *] I.WfHtSM "I make $10 %  day." X,opez Diego. Texus. writra: "Mndc $581 profit in three months." llu'i viLir letters on Die. Beaonesimutt "poet eard photographer." Price "I* complete Outfit. %2t'.0i. > American Cold) By pnn;els rythlng necessary to start this bi* p^>ing i AM. Complete instructi ms with outBt— you begin work at once. practlcallv gives vou back your entire original iim-tBV MI. Writ* today for complete fre information. s) The Chicago Ferrotype Company, 110rrolyp Building. CHICAGO. IU_ U.S. A. 6 Pound Portable Pol Card Gallery tioo cup to ted a %  da \-.ti>ii Villa di ()1 lliam Athletii Clu ten nothing. \ston Villa is ly previous winner "I the cup %  mi hnaiists. I | OOUND on %  ated 17Gold Slew Bay St.—dents • 11uka with I tiers ( %  engraved l \V. It, owner can see I ii ;it I ril un Hi re. A in principle, bul cannot all tl ils. Berlin, 30.—Plans ol ihe ad ilty for the establishme rial navy wei published iallv this afternoon. The met of ai roplanes and tips i-^ tn cost 11 >, j London, 30. -After considerable difficulty it is understood that the I lambui • 1 rican Line has succee led in arran 1 to a ; %  .•HI the insuran on the fmperiateur which will make bei firsl trip to New York m Mav. The vessel 11 worth about $6,500,000 an I is < %  in London up to $1, inst total loss an 1 salva Boston, 30, Miss Florence Ward, an English suffra tte, is in custody of local immigration authorities, and has been debarred from landing. Berlin, 30.*To the list 1 f adjuncts ol modern life that bring new diseases is now added radiography. The German phj ciaris who have just di tiic disease call it win less sickIt of anemia with a marked diminution in the number of red corpuscles in the blood. London, 30—-.Without any line ol trumpets, or even mention in the papers one of the feature-, of London life wl lor years lias hern a bj word and reproach to the British metropolis lias been done away .1 The Augean Stables have i 1 am I. Ili" Thames Embankment is no long* 1 what it used to be. In the words of John Bums "It is no longer the showpiece of London's poverty." London, 30.—The semi-final came lor the football associaPOR SALE VI 1 V AN I IQUE TABLE. And A Camel's Hnii Mattrass. Apply I 1 ibune." LOST. O N Bay St. between Bay St. rtixl Victoria Ave. V GOLD CHAIN. I inder will be rewarded if "Tribune I 1 notified. FOR HIRE! A -IX ROOM DWELLING lloi'sl' with bath room at1 ai 1 (l iiinl all out dooi conven. including a Tank. Apply t" JOS. LAING Blue 11111 St. South V ) I U.K. W HEREAS by a Powei of Attorney dated June moS I the jndersigm d did nominate constitute and appoint Mr. Thaddeui te my true an I lawful attorney. Now know all men that 1 have revoked, countermanded, annulled an.1 made void the said power of Attorm >• and all powti and authority thereby given, and I hereby constitute and appoint my brolliei R. \V. E. Armhrister as my true and lawful Attorney during my absence from Nassau. Dated 20th March, 191 •,. RACHEL AW MARSH (DARVILLE) W. A. MATH] R. 1 PDERTAKER. D ESIRES to inform s frier] and the Public that he ha. |USt received a complete outfit ol facilities foi the business of an uti dertaker, which placses him in a position to carry out Funerals that mav be entrusted to his cue with m and despatch ; and respe 1 • fully solicits then patronage. Get my Prices first and prove that they are the very lowest for l'i-t I uorli. <* ./. :-. SSELt' S caN o e !?. M I Lb BY rot" . c •



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A 1 "ST Public Auction JOHN BBTLER. Willlell on Thursday -the 3rd April #at noon In Sportge Exchange LL that* valuable fr. ehold property .ornprising 16 Sires situated m "Village Road" known as "BROOKLYN" At present occupied by Mr. W. A. Sweanay, the same lias a twostory Residence with 10 rooms also out buildings, a fine futit or. chardjand well <>( water. The premises ran he ins| any da\ except Saturdays, Terms cash no delivery of Titles. Notice I N future any person wishing to; go 1 1 Wilson City, Abaco by the s. s. "Admiral Dewey" will have topuichase a ticket at the >i(Tire of the Company, Positively NO PASSENGERS will he taken without a 111 TIIK BAHAMAS TIMBER COMPANY, LIMI I £l>. ARTHUR B. SU I l(>\ \o. ro I 1st Stieet. Manager PLACE YOUR ORDER QUICK AS WE GET FROM FACTOR Y. S INGLE Breast Collar, and Collar and [lames, Tan Colour, Horse or Pony size Web Harness. v all at Store and see Sample s in use. Harass m use. jpjice delMwmd in Nassau Freight Duty PJKJUO/ Jl need V .,' <>. I'." v ..yjaySt. NaVau. X. I' \s to deliver. C.SAUNDERS. gJSf Cutlery -r t mi nl of : • RAZORS*, fable Knives Pocket Knives Bui< hei Kni' • Bread Knives. Carving Sets 10 I ases, ami SCISSORS. lur sale by Chas. E Albury. ANNA E. RAE. PROPRIETRESS OF he Vogue and Au Bon Marche Stores. T '>r l.tnm Siof Closing Sale of Sstioni Goods. i,in Class Goods at very reduced prices. Benvitliul Irish Luces e.nd Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs Oeishrt. Crepes with Laces to match. Irish He. ml Embroldered Robes e.rtd Waists 2 5 per cent off. Irish Linens. White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suiting! W r. would inform all w have on hand an exl Clifton Hotel. n. .V. P. Buhamat I iPEN rciv I HE SEASON. N 11 einhf r 2 1st, lijii. With all modern improvements R \ FESfa.50 and upwards Tiesi ,,f Service. EDVV \KP 3AUNDI RS Man iger h)i; SALE j| H OUSE-HOI D Furniture. ti<>. 24 1 %  desa • St. Feb. 13, 1013 CHAS. C. LICHTBOURN Carpentei and I'apei Hai Open Boat • %  10, n, 12 fi alwavs on h in I. Othei /. s buili In 01 — 10, 11.12 feet, al wi\ s on h .nd (I ders fof larger sizes or large q 1 wtities will receive prT I C E. T HIS is to mf'ii in my I' itrons arid the Public in < ieneral that I have opened my Public Jil.i' I, Smiih Simp; and am now rea'i'. 1 1 do anything in the line ol General repair ot new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Huvler, 53 ;, Bay Street Easl Wharf) • w ho appreciate a Cjc.o Smoke 1h.1t vv< enstve Stock ..f II W \N \ CICtAR* guarantee ou 1 hrand to be made ol the finest Havana and Mm '? %  > VVrappt is, ami Havana Killers throughout I h.-e Cigars are manufac: n mi premises hi skilled workmen ,i pains sn taki n in produce an artit le id superior quality. The SUCCeS we have mel \\ i ih in lit ; I 11 lends US Cuilfi ity tOeXfX*Cl the pa i ronage ol o >nnoiseurs. |. I. S \I\ld RS A Co, Ba Street Among the Families of STOUT / / w a 8 > C r. THE OLDEST ANT) ALWAYS !1 VS THE I E VD For Result Advertise in The "Tribune" i



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Nulllus addiclus |ursre In verbs ma.f!i. Tuesday, Itini-dav and Saturday single Copy ••• id Weekly < }'! tfoothly ••• !• ' Q laiterlv I-. Half Yearly • ream PAYARLf IN ADVA' Advertising Rateft Sis ; •m •• | %  > Una • on : three lissO f,,i set ood insertion; and one penny per line f"t subsequent Insertions, Advertisements under eight lines 4s. HON. HOUSE OF ASSFMBLY. I hursday Ivening, 271I1 March, 1913. The House met according to Present :-*-The Honourable The Speaker, 11 al. Mr. Albury presented a petition from certain inhabitant! of the Current Settlement praying for a grant of £50 to cut a canal; and one from certain inhal itantsoi the Blufl settlement praying fur a (jr mt of £50 for a wharf; both petitions were read and ordeied to I r printed. Mi. S i.ils laid upon the table of the House two Resolutions which w I* read a first tune and oidere I to he printed : one a Vote ol Indemnity for £12" (lor Nassau l'nestimali %  I Exp 'iiditure foi Items 79 and 80 ol Appro, priation Ai t 191a, for food, clothing, bedding, lalaiiei and uniforms; and one for £520, estimated 1 xcess cl expenditure on li 481, 483 and 491 A proppriation Act 1 • *' 2, On motion of Mr. Sands it wai Resolved that it be an instruction to the Committee on Item 82 of the estimates with reference to maintenance of Harbour Lights fb increase that Item from £125 to £'3On motion of Mr. Moseley, it Was Resolved lhat it he an instruction to the Committee on Items 370 to 380, inclusive, oi the estimates referring to Inagua, to have power to call for prisons and papers and that they consider the advisability of adding to, reducing 1 Ig the I ild Item-,. Mr. Weeeh from the Committee on the petition o' t he Pastoi and members of St, Andrew's Presbytei 1 in Church, h inded m a Report recommending the refund of £"57 as, 4 1. Duty,on Organ and sundry articles for the use of the Church, winch was read and 01 lered 10 be pi 1 nted. Mi. Sweeting moved that the Report of the Committee on the petition of Mr, II. I. R re, pray ing for an increase on his pension, be adopted. Mr. L. VV. Young moved, as an amendment, that the said Report be not adopte I, |he q lestion bi ing put i in the negPtiva 1 Resolved then fore, that the Report be adopted. i ).i moi ion o( Mr. lohnson a Vote nl Ind imnity lor £"350 to repair Government House was read a third time and agreed to, Ordered, that the Clerk do conrey the said Vote of Indemnity to the Honourable the Legislative Council and desire th 'ii concurrence therein. Orders I, that a Message be sent lo His Excellency the Governor transmitting to him a copy of a Vote of Indemnity for £3600 refully requesttng His Excellent v to grant bis Warrant on the I ieasury lor the sum of money then in mentioned. Ordered, that Messrs. Brice, Albury, M iseley and Bethell be a Committee to carry said Message. Ordered, that all Books .'nd Accountol the Bahamas Geneial Hospital be bud upon the Table tif the House by noon of Monday next, 31st inst. On motion the House ad|oiiriied GOVERNMENT NO TICKS. T. F.. D. Brace, Eeq., Acting Colooiol Seoretary, has been appoitlted a temporary Member of the Execdtive Council. Commissioners of Public Works a id Hoards of Health for Cherokee Sound have been appointed. The following Registrars of "iniis ,-md Heaths have been apointed: W, T. Cleare, Long Cay and Acklins Island. H. O. Wright, Esq., Rock Sound nnd (GlenetgJ I'arpum Bay, J. S. Culmei, Esq., Cherokee SoAnd, Abaco. Edward Caleb Dean, West street Delancy Town, baa been appointed a Marriage Officer. The following Public Boards fir the year commencing from the ist April. 1913, has been appointed ; Board of Education, Hon. W. Hart Bennett, C.M.G Chairman ; Rev. D. Wilshere, (i. R, Evans Esq., Rev. A |. Browne, J. R. C. Von ig, Esq. Hon. W. R. Hunt, Rev. W. 11. F. Blebv, W, J. Pinder, Esq., I) S. I). Moseley, Esq., C. 0. Anderson, Esq., G. M. Cole, Esq., Hon. J. H. Brown. Board of Public Works'for the Island o( New Providence. Hon. W. Hart Bennett, C.M.G., Chairman; Hon. F, M, Menende*, Hon. T. II. C. Lofthouse, R. H. Curry, Esq.. H.F. Armbrister, Esq. 1. L. Bowen, Esq C. E. Bethell, Esq. Commissioners of the Hospital. John Butler, Esq., Chairman ; G. R. I.vans, D. S. I). Moseley, Eric Solomon, W. |. M mra, Esqs. Hon. G. H. Gamblin, L. G. Br.ce, Esq. B rd of Health. Hon. V. C. Wells-Uurrant, K.C. Chairman ;• The Commandant, ex officio; Hon. F. A. Holmes, M.D. Hon. G. H. Johnson, Hon. A.C.N. Mi llattie, W. C. B. Johnson, Esq. Commissioners of Pilotage. 11, W. Lightbourn, Esq Chairnan ; Henry T. Rahming Lewis Taylor, J. R. C. Young, H. C. Albury, Esquires; Hon. J. H. Brown, G. H. Adderley, Esq. Marine Products Board. W. J. Pinder, Esq., Chairman ; R. H. Curry, W. K. Moore, E. T. Higgs, John Butler, J.R.C. Young, Lewis Taylor, Esquires. Five hundred and sixty-seven applications were received for three posts as school attendance officer* under the Northampton Education Committee, The salary is 30s. a week.—"News of the Woild," leb. 9, 1913.


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VOL. X.
Nasssu. N. P.. Bahninns, Tuesday. April I. loi V
No. him
LKON K. H. DUPI'CH,
Editor and Proprietor
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Tuesday, Itini-dav and Saturday
single Copy id
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tfoothly ! '
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Half Yearly ......
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PAYARLf IN ADVA'
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on : three lissO
f,,i set ood insertion; and one penny per
line f"t subsequent Insertions,
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.

HON. HOUSE OF ASSFMBLY.
I hursday I- vening,
271I1 March, 1913.
The House met according to
Present :-*-The Honourable The
Speaker, 11 al.
Mr. Albury presented a petition
from certain inhabitant! of the
Current Settlement praying for a
grant of 50 to cut a canal; and
one from certain inhal itantsoi the
Blufl settlement praying fur a
(jr mt of 50 for a wharf; both
petitions were read and ordeied to
I r printed.
Mi. S i.ils laid upon the table of
the House two Resolutions which
w I* read a first tune and oidere I
to he printed : one a Vote ol In-
demnity for 12" (lor Nassau l'n-
estimali .....I Exp 'iidi-
ture foi Items 79 and 80 ol Appro,
priation Ai t 191a, for food, cloth-
ing, bedding, lalaiiei and uni-
forms; and one for 520, estima-
ted 1 xcess cl expenditure on li
, 481, 483 and 491 A prop-
priation Act 1 *' 2,
On motion of Mr. Sands it wai
Resolved that it be an instruction
to the Committee on Item 82 of
the estimates with reference to
maintenance of Harbour Lights fb
increase that Item from 125 to
'3-
On motion of Mr. Moseley, it
Was Resolved lhat it he an instruc-
tion to the Committee on Items
370 to 380, inclusive, oi the esti-
mates referring to Inagua, to have
power to call for prisons and pa-
pers and that they consider the ad-
visability of adding to, reducing
1 Ig the I ild Item-,.
Mr. Weeeh from the Committee
on the petition o'the Pastoi and
members of St, Andrew's Presby-
tei 1 in Church, h inded m a Report
recommending the refund of "57
as, 4 1. Duty,on Organ and sundry
articles for the use of the Church,
winch was read and 01 lered 10 be
pi 1 nted.
Mi. Sweeting moved that the
Report of the Committee on the
petition of Mr, II. I. R re, pray
ing for an increase on his pension,
be adopted.
Mr. L. VV. Young moved, as an
amendment, that the said Report
be not adopte I, |he q lestion bi ing
put i in the negPtiva 1 Re-
solved then fore, that the Report
be adopted.
i ).i moi ion o( Mr. lohnson a
Vote nl Ind imnity lor "350 to re-
pair Government House was read
a third time and agreed to,
Ordered, that the Clerk do con-
rey the said Vote of Indemnity to
the Honourable the Legislative
Council and desire th'ii concur-
rence therein.
Orders I, that a Message be sent
lo His Excellency the Governor
transmitting to him a copy of a
Vote of Indemnity for 3600 re-
- fully requesttng His Excel-
lent v to grant bis Warrant on the
I ieasury lor the sum of money
then in mentioned.
Ordered, that Messrs. Brice, Al-
bury, M iseley and Bethell be a
Committee to carry said Message.
Ordered, that all Books .'nd Ac-
count- ol the Bahamas Geneial
Hospital be bud upon the Table
tif the House by noon of Monday
next, 31st inst.
On motion the House ad|oiiriied
GOVERNMENT NO TICKS.
T. F.. D. Brace, Eeq., Acting
Colooiol Seoretary, has been ap-
poitlted a temporary Member of
the Execdtive Council.
Commissioners of Public Works
a!id Hoards of Health for Cherokee
Sound have been appointed.
The following Registrars of
"iniis ,-md Heaths have been ap-
ointed:
W, T. Cleare, Long Cay and
Acklins Island.
H. O. Wright, Esq., Rock Sound
nnd (GlenetgJ I'arpum Bay,
J. S. Culmei, Esq., Cherokee
SoAnd, Abaco.
Edward Caleb Dean, West street
Delancy Town, baa been appoint-
ed a Marriage Officer.
The following Public Boards fir
the year commencing from the ist
April. 1913, has been appointed ;
Board of Education,
Hon. W. Hart Bennett, C.M.G ,
Chairman ; Rev. D. Wilshere, (i.
R, Evans Esq., Rev. A |. Browne,
J. R. C. Von ig, Esq. Hon. W. R.
Hunt, Rev. W. 11. F. Blebv, W, J.
Pinder, Esq., I) S. I). Moseley,
Esq., C. 0. Anderson, Esq., G. M.
Cole, Esq., Hon. J. H. Brown.
Board of Public Works'for the
Island o( New Providence.
Hon. W. Hart Bennett, C.M.G.,
Chairman; Hon. F, M, Menende*,
Hon. T. II. C. Lofthouse, R. H.
Curry, Esq.. H.F. Armbrister, Esq.
1. L. Bowen, Esq C. E. Bethell,
Esq.
Commissioners of the Hospital.
John Butler, Esq., Chairman ;
G. R. I.vans, D. S. I). Moseley,
Eric Solomon, W. |. M mra, Esqs.
Hon. G. H. Gamblin, L. G. Br.ce,
Esq.
B rd of Health. .
Hon. V. C. Wells-Uurrant, K.C.
Chairman ; The Commandant, ex
officio; Hon. F. A. Holmes, M.D.
Hon. G. H. Johnson, Hon. A.C.N.
Mi llattie, W. C. B. Johnson, Esq.
Commissioners of Pilotage.
11, W. Lightbourn, Esq Chair-
nan ; Henry T. Rahming Lewis
Taylor, J. R. C. Young, H. C. Al-
bury, Esquires; Hon. J. H. Brown,
G. H. Adderley, Esq.
Marine Products Board.
W. J. Pinder, Esq., Chairman ;
R. H. Curry, W. K. Moore, E. T.
Higgs, John Butler, J.R.C. Young,
Lewis Taylor, Esquires.
Five hundred and sixty-seven
applications were received for
three posts as school attendance
officer* under the Northampton
Education Committee, The sal-
ary is 30s. a week."News of the
Woild," leb. 9, 1913.


!1
T K 1 BU N I.
Zhe XLxibxmc
Zv
Tuesday April 1. 1913.
It appears to us that Tariff
Ri form" is fading out of Union-
ist policy in England and that
in time we shall see no more of
it. The revolt of Lancashire
against food taxes secured their
postponement. But Lancashire
lsmuch opposed to taxes on
manufactured articles as to 1 i
on food andtheChorley Election,
which took place after the
postponement of food taxes
showed a diminution of the
Tory majority which was calcu-
lated to press that lesson home.
Now, a Tory free Trader lias
been adopted by the Unionist
party and returned for the Ki n
dal Division bv a good majority,
In 1906 Tory 1'ree Traders were
practically wiped out at the
General Election. The Tarifl Re-
formers had such a hold on the
party machinery and policy that
Mr. Balfourhad to stand by and
see his cousin Lord Hugh C
ousted from Greenwich because
of iiis Free Trade prim iples. In
latter years Lord Hugh Cecil
and Lord Robert Cecil have
been allowed to obtain si atS
without opposition from the
Chamberiainites, and now Ken-
dal is permitted to send u\< to
Westminster an avowed Tory
Trader.
The fanners of the country
districts fiavi partly held
to Tory ism by the promise of a
tax on loud. Now that thej
this promise m danger of non-
fulfilment, the) threaten revolt
against a tax on manufactured
articles. The Tory leaders arc
beginning to lay stress again on
Social Reform and to say less
about Tariff Reform. We think
that after a decent interval they
will bury the Chamberlain i.
policy and hark back to the
older Chamberlain policy for
improving the lot of the toiler.
hut here thi Liberals have fore
stalled them and are likelv to
ring more popular
measun s, and even on the ques-
tion of the land the Tone-, are
likely to "tier a solution that
will be too limited to capture
the confidence of the labouring
(la-
1 he s. S. "Miami" arrived
from Key West this afternoon
with the following pass* ngers,
Messrs W. C. Stan. T I. Pat-
n and James \\ i
k
I at i)
The Mail Steamer ^j^ilan*
cia" arrived in N< W
a. m. yesterday.
The Lighthouse Tender "Car-
narvon" steamed this evening
for an all around visit to the
Bahama* lighthouses.
The S. S. "Miami" steam- d
this afternoon for Key West
with passengers.
Nassau N. 1'.
March 31st, 1 ,i ;
Deai Mr. Editor,
Does the Honourable Member
who said last night in tie111
that the Col 'inal Office made
tin- appointment "f Superintend
ent of the Hospital entirely on
the sir, ngth of the records >l the
pa t sen ices,of that < >fficer, and
not by the recommendation ol
the (iovernor, believe that the
ri cord which the Secretary of
State based his actions on was
; complete in all its details '
CURIOUS.
Nassau X. P.
5th March 191 ;.
Editor Tribune,
Sir: Can you tell me why we of
the Southern district are so li^ht
ly esteemed?Is it because we I ich
proper representation, or is it
that we are utterly discarded
and contemptuously igm
Now that the rainy seas in will
I setting in, what is the condi-
tion of tie street!! Most deplor-
able I venture t-- say that I
are no other strei rs 111 this island
so badly ke| t as ih- se. I ti
that His Excellency may some
day *A Idle the rain is on w alk in
a line immediately South of the
Arch, from Bast St. to Nassau
St, and see what the people have
to put up with. Yet theii monej
is spent year by year foi such
purposes with no more result
than at present, but alas sir,
what is the street, on whi< h the
Hoard of Work's
ir minds, is it the Southern ?
No the almighty Bay sti
Again sir. hav< you ever walk
igh our streets any time
all-1 dark, if you have, did you
not imagine yourself going from
I den to ( after having left
11 lighted Bay Sir Some ->f the
cross roads are extra long and
where the fruit trees overlap
othei. 'tis almost impo 1
ble to See one's hand in front ol
Iiis [ace, and what does the
: I of Works say
" Apply to us and we will give
you a lamp providing you give
us a guarantee to keep it sup-
plied with oil" what an impo-
sition upon tax payers, under
such conditions we ought not
pay 0111 common taxes, and in
spile if those and our other dis
advantages, it is claim* <1 that
we are as well represented as
any other district, l'ooh If we
of the South would join hearts
and hands and prot- st against
the in liffi rence of our represen-
tatives they might gel a move on
them. I canimt say that they can
>r will get any thing the) ask
for, but when tin y don't try at
all what can we expei I Awake
< ) Southern n presentativi to a
of youi dutief, and n mem-
ber your obligations 01 you shall
be called upon to come dow n
from your exalted pi isition,
aie living to-da\ in a progi
ive age(if not in Nassau] and do
not feel content to continue in
I e Slough of Di spood.
I would sir, that our
new Junior represental 1
to the uronjL It seems sir, after
Mr. So and So., M. L. A no
mor lired, plough <
can be expi cted IV >m "N
Not Particular."
What a 1 ople] What a coun-
try I hanking you for spacei
I am
Yours as ever
SUFFERER.
GOD SPEED I K' M KING.
\\'arship starl I ireal I Empire
Cru
I li- Majesty's inspection of the
New Zealand.
, On a cruise of 40,000 mill -.
the battle Cruisei New Zealand,
presented to the Royal Navy by
the gallant Colony of thai name
lias jus' set sailfrom Portsmouth.
Prior to hei departure on a vi ri
table cruise ol Empire, inaugu-
rating as she dees a new era in
our navy annals, the cruiser w as
-1 bj the King, ho, a
sailoi i.1 in--. If, could fully appre-
ciate all points in the New Z a-
land which makes her a foinid-
hghting machine. The Roy-
al inspection was a business-like
rather than a ceremonial affair,
in the course of which the King
wished the officers and men
(iod-spi ed on their long vo]
Wearing the undress uuiform of
an Admiral, his Majesty left
Victoria at 10o'clock by spei ial
train for Portsmouth. By the
same train travelled Mr. Win*
ston Churchill, together with
Mr. (1. Lambert and Dr, Macna>
mara, the fust Lord's Ad indplu
colleagues in the Commons.
I he Si a Lords, th nial
Sei retary, the I Ion. Thrni as
Mackenzie 11 ligh Commission! 1
foi \- .. Zealandj and Sir |. seph
Ward wi re also included in llie
party. On the jetty at I
mouth the King was rei eived
by the Commnnder in Chief,
(Sir I led worth Mi us and
First Si a Lord (Prince Louis of
Battenl rg,) and at one- went
on board the New Zealand.
Afti 1 the offici 1 s had been | n
King was -
round the ship b\ Captain^
Lionel I lalsi 5. ho a unman.
hi r. 1 he inspi ction was a vt\
ugh one, and short ol til
stokehold his Maji stj must haw
rythin
there is toj ei hie of the 1 --in.
guns \\ as w orked bj it ci ew,
w ho, usin i dummj ammunition,
completed three rounds w ithin
the min smart pel -
formani e. A vfsit was next 1 aid
to tin lip's galley. In the
thi K
it. Pointing to the rws ol
\ I- iavi s fresh from
11\en, he 1 emaiked to Cap; 1 n
"We did ic '.:-'' .1
that hen w e w mg-
\\ eevily biscuit and
mouldy flour were often the
rations in th-' old days, but
-\ ej thing has chan jed For th-'
[JO ." I' ntuim:-.' Ins
tour, Ins Map st v ;hly
am us- -1 at th-' upholstery of the
gun room. "N- w ol the
\\ : Id," Feb. 9th, 1913.
I o be continued.)
C VBLEGRAMS.
April 1st 1913.
Columbus, Ohio, 30 Ml of|
Bcial 1 ition obtainabl
to night placed < ihio's floi ded
ilisl at ;* -, a i the flooded
ili list gra-
dually '.'rows.
1
4
Indianapolis,' 30, Sixty lives
are known to hat e been lost in
Indiana's flood which has al<
. disappeared in central por-
tions of the state but still is
threatening Evanswlle and
smaller cities along the Ohio
River.
London, ;->.- Although the
I 1 have command- -1
that the Balkan war cease, the
fighting -'outline I he allies,'
taking heart b> mi c iss, received
the ultimatums politely and re-
ply that they agree with these


I in- T R n: r N i-
'fftfcrvC
WE HATE PEOPI I \\l> IMl\<
CANNOT UNDERSTAND
lorance and bate come i ther
jy VV 11 formed up< >n wi
hi, and m accepl Pn< ithing
|come fni x ept throu titioi
ai. : 'ii and idolatry invoh e no! b li bul
o im n For killin i lonly when we donol undi r-
tliciu. Wlien- we uu M ify the act as in-
ty or sell defence, and pit) both the victim and the -I.
W hen we '"don't undei land why he could do such a thii g," we
call it murder,
We villains and brutes only when what i
do i tl of honest and pure min
ridicule sentiments thai are either too low oi to i ij I
for our own intellects. Music or art that s< py and
possible, :ause we do not un lerstam I it.
nuel Johnson -.!id*"I hate that man, because I do not
know him; if I knew him, I would low him."
i is h irdly to I"- Found a criminal so low that all men
11 in. Those who know him and understand his state of mind
, but do not hate.
It Follows that knowledge is the enemy "f hatred, and edu-
c ition tin* nc ation and love.
F*o educate one's sHf is to bi tuperior to the ignorance
uses hate.
God does vot hal i -not even with a perfect hatred; for
1 le understands.
When we understand, we love.
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Berlin, 30.Plans ol ihe ad
ilty for the establishme
rial navy wei published
iallv this afternoon.
The met of ai roplanes and
tips i-^ tn cost 11 >, j
London, 30. -After consider-
able difficulty it is understood
that the I lambui 1 rican
Line has succee led in arran 1
to a ; .hi the insuran
on the fmperiateur which will
make bei firsl trip to New York
m Mav. The vessel 11 worth
about $6,500,000 an I is <
in London up to $1,
inst total loss an 1 salva
Boston, 30, Miss Florence
Ward, an English suffra tte, is
in custody of local immigration
authorities, and has been de-
barred from landing.
Berlin, 30.*- To the list 1 f ad-
juncts ol modern life that bring
new diseases is now added radio-
graphy. The German phj
ciaris who have just di
tiic disease call it win less sick-
It of anemia with a
marked diminution in the num-
ber of red corpuscles in the blood.
London, 30-.Without any
line ol trumpets, or even men-
tion in the papers one of the
feature-, of London life wl
lor years lias hern a bj word
and reproach to the British me-
tropolis lias been done away
.1 The Augean Stables have
i 1 am I. Ili" Thames Em-
bankment is no long* 1 what it
used to be. In the words of John
Bums "It is no longer the show-
piece of London's poverty."
London, 30.The semi-final
came lor the football associa-
por sale
vi.1. v an i ique table.
And
A Camel's Hnii Mattrass.
Apply I 1 ibune."
LOST.
ON Bay St. between Bay St.
rtixl Victoria Ave.
V GOLD CHAIN.
I inder will be rewarded if "Tri-
bune I 1 notified.
FOR HIRE!
A -IX Room DWELLING
lloi'sl' with bath room at-
1 ai 1 (l iiinl all out dooi conven.
, including a Tank.
Apply t"
JOS. LAING
Blue 11111 St. South
V ) I U.K.
WHEREAS by a Powei of
Attorney dated June moS I
the jndersigm d did nominate con-
stitute and appoint Mr. Thaddeui
te my true an I lawful attorney.
Now know all men that 1 have re-
voked, countermanded, annulled
an.1 made void the said power of
Attorm > and all powti and au-
thority thereby given, and I here-
by constitute and appoint my bro-
lliei R. \V. E. Armhrister as my
true and lawful Attorney during
my absence from Nassau.
Dated 20th March, 191 ,.
RACHEL AW MARSH
(DARVILLE)
W. A. MATH] R.
1 PDERTAKER.
DESIRES to inform s frier]
and the Public that he ha.
|USt received a complete outfit ol
facilities foi the business of an uti
dertaker, which placses him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
mav be entrusted to his cue with
m and despatch ; and respe 1
fully solicits then patronage.
Get my Prices first and prove that
they are the very lowest for l'i-t
I uorli.
<*
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caN o e !?-
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A1
"ST
Public Auction
JOHN BBTLER.
Willlell
on Thursday -the 3rd April
#at noon
In Sportge Exchange
LL that* valuable fr. ehold
property .ornprising 16
Sires situated m "Village Road"
known as
"BROOKLYN"
At present occupied by Mr. W.
A. Sweanay, the same lias a two-
story Residence with 10 rooms
also out buildings, a fine futit or.
chardjand well <>( water.
The premises ran he ins|
any da\ except Saturdays,
Terms cash no delivery of Titles.
Notice
IN future any person wishing to;
go 1 1 Wilson City, Abaco by '
the s. s. "Admiral Dewey" will
have topuichase a ticket at the
>i(Tire of the Company,
Positively NO PASSENGERS
will he taken without a 111
TIIK BAHAMAS TIMBER
COMPANY, LIMI I l>.
ARTHUR B. SU I l(>\
\o. ro I 1st Stieet. Manager
PLACE YOUR ORDER
QUICK AS WE GET FROM
FACTOR Y.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
Collar and [lames, Tan Colour,
Horse or Pony size Web Harness.
v all at Store and see Sample '
s in use.
Har-
ass m use.
jpjice delMwmd in Nassau Freight
Duty PjKJUo/
Jl need V
' .,' <>. I'." v .
..yjaySt.
NaVau. X. I'
\s to deliver.
C.SAUNDERS.
gJSf Cutlery
- -r t mi nl of :
RAZORS*,
fable Knives
Pocket Knives
Bui< hei Kni'
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets 10 I ases,
ami
SCISSORS.
lur sale by
Chas. E Albury.
ANNA E. RAE.
PROPRIETRESS OF
he Vogue and Au Bon Marche
Stores.
T '>r l.tnm Siof
Closing Sale of Sstioni Goods.
. i,in Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Benvitliul Irish Luces e.nd
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs
Oeishrt. Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish He. ml Em-
broldered Robes e.rtd Waists 2 5
per cent off. Irish Linens.
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suiting!
Wr. would inform all w
have on hand an exl
Clifton Hotel.
n. .V. P. Buhamat
I iPEN rciv I HE SEASON.
N 11 einhf r 2 1st, lijii.
With all modern improvements
R \ FES- fa.50 and upwards
Tiesi ,,f Service.
EDVV \KP 3AUNDI RS
Man iger
h)i; SALE j|
HOUSE-HOI D Furniture.
ti<>. 24 1 desa St.
Feb. 13, 1013
CHAS. C. LICHTBOURN
Carpentei and I'apei Hai
Open Boat 10, n, 12 fi
alwavs on h in I. Othei /. s
buili In 01
10, 11.12 feet,
al wi\ s on h .nd (I ders fof
larger sizes or large q 1 wtities
will receive pr /' if-i v !: tl
Armstrong Street (Hawkins Hill.)
WII'H.i SALE .v RETAIL
Imported Pine Sponge Staves
MAI HINE MADE.
CURTAIN I'ol.l s, PI. \IN and
ST UN ED, All l.l.V,! IIS.
I ft I ROUND FOR I UMMMIN'C
PLAIN |OU SAWI\'(i
OF All. DESCRIPI ION.
lot 1
CHEAPER I II W" HAM)
LABOR.
G. E. M A V E R
East Bay il 1 eti. Near ( tell 1.
N (>T I C E.
THIS is to mf'ii in my I' itrons
arid the Public in < ieneral
that I have opened my Public
Jil.i' I, Smiih Simp; and am now
rea'i'. 1 1 do anything in the line ol
General repair ot new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huvler,
53 ;, Bay Street Easl Wharf)

w ho appreciate a Cjc.o Smoke 1h.1t vv<
enstve Stock ..f II W \N \ CICtAR*
guarantee ou 1 hrand to be made ol the finest Havana and Mm '?>
VVrappt is, ami Havana Killers throughout
I h.-e Cigars are manufac: n mi premises hi skilled workmen
. ,i pains sn taki n in produce an artit le id superior quality.
The SUCCeS we have mel \\ i ih in lit ; I 11 lends US Cuilfi.....ity tOeXfX*Cl
the pa i ronage ol o >nnoiseurs.
|. I. S \I\ld RS A Co,
Ba Street
Among the Families
of STOUT
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/ w
a 8 >
C r.
THE OLDEST ANT) ALWAYS !1 VS THE I E VD
For Result Advertise
in The "Tribune"
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