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^ %  c m CABLEGRAMS. April 2nd 1913. Beach, Florida, 1—It was last night that Mr. Flaglers 9 • litions was causing very tireat %  nxiety t<> his family and friends. JPami £o1umhus, Ohio, 1—.General litions are much improved here. river is reported to bav% teachft\] its crest in Cincinnati an it is believed that the waters will commence to recede to-morrow. Dayton, Ohio, 1—.Major Lee Rhodettaid to-day it would lake ten yean for Dayton to recover fully 'rotn the Hood. Famine threatens the city to-day. The food supply is exhausted and people will go hungry if they do not secure immediate and large shipments. Mexico City, 1—.The Mexican government has made a formal protest to the American government against the shipping of (frmj and ammunition from t lie United $tatts to i>e rebels, and has re'ed that great vigilance beex£. \ sed in guarding the frontier. London, 1—.Austrian Hungary "losing patience with her little Neighbours and is urging the lowers to take action to enforce indemands contained in their Bioti >s ir> Sn via and Montenegro. W hen the naval measure? arc j taken, u is expected that tins duty %  will be allotted to Great Bri Italy and Austria. London, ; I lie stubborn oi Montenegro in continuing the bombtrdmedl of Scutari, conn irj to the wishes of the pov r*. will, if not overcome by more peaceful measuies, lead to a de honstr nior. and blockadtol the Monteoegran Coast and the portl of Albania occupied by Servia. A HE T FOR SALE. VERY ANTIQUE TABLE An l A Camel's Hair Mattrass. Apply "Tribune." n U'N F. LOST. O N Hay St. between Hay St. and Victoria Ave. A GOLD Cll UN. Finder will be rewarded if "Tribune Office" is notified. Washington, 1 It will be foul weeks to morrow since Woodrow Wilson became president, and Washington has alre id) made up its mind that he is doing very well. I here are many Republicans ( who %  re frank to a< knowledge 'that the) aie pleased 1 vei the manner in which the new president ii proceeding. FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING HOUSE with batii room at t.ulied and all out doOI conveniences including a Tank. East Street, South, opposite Nassau Prisou. Apply to JOS. LAING Blue 11 ill St. South Public Auction JOIIN BUI I.I.U. Will sell on Thursday the 3rd April at noon In Sponge Exchange A LL that valuable freehold property comprising 16 •ui's.-,,touted in "Village Uoau Know 11,1"BROIIKLYN" \t present occupied by Mr. \v. A. Stt .,..1.., the s iinc has a twostory Residence with to rooms also out buildings, a line lui it or. chardjand well >• 1 natt r, I li piennses can be insp any da) • v ept >..t in %  I., \ s. I rms < .1-1 delivei \ ol In les. London. 1 .The suffragettes resumed Iheii meeting at Hyde Paik %  nd Hampstead Heath tins afternoon, and while they were subject '• >r\ v. O o f* %  a 2 0 * a y. -* i For Result Advertise in The "Tribune'



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Nvilllus a.ddictus |urare in vertia innnisin. RrinH bound lo swear to the Dogma.* of no Master. • VOL. X. Nnssavi. N. P.. Bshainni, Wednesday. April 2. 1913. No. 110 l>l PI (II. , I' k %  r i i k Oi'Kl > • 38 4 \| VcKKT Klv 4o ithl> ) 1 %  flail Ye irl* r.i .'. i' v v 'i.! %\ *r>v \• id %  %  &f . H*. |( \ • Rail i1.1 inn [in In-i 1 %  %  h 11 KCI ""1 1 n tc lint for << %  %  < < ion*. Ail veil i-.':meiits undei 111.n1 line . lip • 1 "K' 1 1 1 11 1 nd l\us. MI'S, II I fr• 'in M, III ni's. 1 if) f• I• %  1 idn, I tight w tih ,1 cargo lumber ami s Ktlentfon is invited ••• the Anctioii S ili, kl VII \ vert i sew I\ I MlMAGISI'R VIET.-j COCRT March. Octavius |)e iug pfi tfane and indi i ent langu in St.—16a 01 1 1 days. R -in.tl 1 01 .< da) I 1 : I .1l\ ti ich St. Traffic Rules ;s 01 .| da; -> |' IS I lllll itli I I 1 JamiM 11 ki j A ult and I attery (rtdi n d to paj 3s, 6d, and bound in his own 1 cognizanci in £10 with one surety in £5 to keep the pi for 3 month KIIS.I Ctiiilirul-.-i I), • chairs 4 curtains and 1 basket value 10s, 1 Ird'd to return said artii li >. in default r>| return to pay loa, Gd. theii value, the said sum to be recovered b) distress and sale <>f defen-' rjants good and chattels. Nooril-1 at 1 -ts. 7 Samuel Moss Brea h Sponge and Turtle fisheries Act 1 1 On lered to join essel and 1 %  1 • %  <•. %  1 mi the i'oj .1 hicli he ii.nl igued, 10 .I'd Basdi 11 \ssaull .mil heal tng Xi-\ ille Robei I V null £ J IT 1 month. I 1 i.iKnow Ics Breach I 11 -: V.Lig itbourn —Breach %  11 1 K iwles I ro • 1 of pei --ins in St. 11 %  riiiim.. Both V9s.mil ing .mil beating I'lnllis Julius m nissed. Murray Using profane and indei ent Is in Si —4os or 8 days I remiah Williams L< shouting and using proje in St, r4s. or 1 a Israel Robinson Breach Ilealth \\ 1 in' n; 1 days, G< >;> SPEED FROM KING. W aishij tarl on < ireal E mpire Cruise. 111M.i %  %  %  ; inspection ol N -v Zealand, III led 1 I he middies \\ ho inhabit it have n the .Hitler much anxious thought, w ith the result that it raihei su :jie is J, Ladv's Boudoir. And R lady, mon over, with luf-t • 1 nvii tuiiis. Kithei b) deni 01 design the (Ie11n.1ti.111s • •li are mauve and green, 10 that when the I.1I1I1 c'oth is laid lite colour scheme would rejoice lie heart of 'lie Women's Social ;KI(] Political Union. The King e ,1 .• IIIII comment on lite f.ict. Returning to il>e upper deck, the King b<1 ime much interested in the gyroscope compass, winch is non-magnetic, and always points to the north, hxpn III.IJIIIS have lol some time been made in the Navy with this compMs, but the New Zealand is the first warship to he permanent!) lilted with it. Before ii-s endit g to ihc deck the k went into the pert look-out. ()n the main deck His Majesty saw the MII l;iti^.io ,m and war,I room. In 1I1 1 ittei apartment were hanging the autographed portraits present' ed h) 1 lie K1 rig a 1 < luet 11 to the ward-room officers a month ago. I I %  portraits were in a heavj I li,, lie, surmounted by a crown. After looking into the officers' and bathrooms, the King was taken by the electric lifi from i inmain deck to tl e -t.nl'>afd en. room, where Bngineer-Com mander Turner explained any detail of'he machinery with which Mis Majesty was not familial After Pelorus Jack,a 5 months-old brindle bulldog.given by aNewZealand donor, had Seen presented to the King, a couple ol photographs were taken on the quarter-deck with the New Zealand shield as a hack' ml. I hen while the officers were all on the deck and the men still at then stations his Majesty, a Idressing them, said, "I wish you all an interesting and enjoyable 11 in e, and I hope you ill all come back safely in October, 1 bye Lun :neon was served on the Admiralty yacht Kiiclumtress, which was moored next the New Zealand. Soon after two o'clock the King reappeared on dei I. to inspect the newest tvpe of submarine, I.4, which had been brought alongside. It looks more like a torpedo destroyer than s submarine, f-r it is 176ft. I01 -. and cai ries two guns and a in mast Mis Majesty, accompanied by Mi. Winston Churchill and the %  Othei lands, spent ten minutes on in ml the craft, and closely exam* ined the working of the guns, which are mounted in a sort of wall with a sliding water-tight cover, beneath which they are packed when tke vessel is submerged. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in the inspection of the dockyard. J UST Received per Schooner "Roberts a.nd Kuasells" from St. .I.om-s City. Florida., a full assortment of Lumber and Shingles: l^ x 10 and 13 and ij x to and u length! 3.) ft. and upwards a specialty. Buyers would do well before purchasing elsewhere and have opened up a trade with the above l'orl in this commodity, And nte also Shippers of Sisal. CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.


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Nvilllus a.ddictus |urare in vertia innnisin.
RrinH bound lo swear to the Dogma.* of no Master.
________________
VOL. X.
Nnssavi. N. P.. Bshainni, Wednesday. April 2. 1913.
No. 110
l>l PI (II.
. , I' k r i i k
Oi'Kl > 38 4. \| VcKKT 1*1 I5I.I-.III-.P I) VII 1
M ui 1 ,i\ and F*i i.lav
-''-! CO|iJ
fur- 1 < ,li lai H -.Mi. .i.n
-I 'I
A >Klv
4o ithl>
) 1
flail Ye irl*
r.i .'.
i' v v 'i.! %\ *r>v \
id

?.
H*.
|(
\ Rail i- 1.1 inn
[in In-i 1
h 11 kci ""1 1 n tc
lint for <<''.< < ion*.
Ail veil i-.':meiits undei 111.n1 line .
lip 1 "K' 111 11 1 nd l\us.
MI'S, II I fr 'in M, III ni's. 1 if)
f I 1 idn, I tight w tih ,1 cargo
lumber ami s
Ktlentfon is invited the Anc-
tioii S ili, klvii
\ vert i sew
I\ I Ml-
MAGISI'R VIET.-j COCRT
March.
Octavius |)e iug
pfi tfane and indi i ent langu
in St.16a 01 1 1 days.
R -in.tl horse in .1 1 .u 1 ia ji whi
me from &>1 01 .< da)
I 1 : I .1- l\ ti ich St.
Traffic Rules ;s 01 .| da; ->
|' IS I lllll itli I I 1 '
Jami- M 11 ki j A ult and
I attery (rtdi n d to paj 3s, 6d,
and bound in his own 1
cognizanci in 10 with one
surety in 5 to keep the pi
for 3 month
Kiis.i Ctiiilirul-.-i I),
chairs 4 curtains and 1 basket
value 10s, 1 Ird'd to return
said artii li >. in default r>|
return to pay loa, Gd. theii va-
lue, the said sum to be recover-
ed b) distress and sale <>f defen-'
rjants good and chattels. Noor-
il-1 at 1.....-ts.
7 Samuel Moss Brea h
Sponge and Turtle fisheries Act
1 1 On lered to join essel and
1 1 <.,1 mi the i'oj .1 hicli
he ii.nl igued,
10 .I'd Basdi 11 \ssaull
.mil heal tng Xi-\ ille Robei I
V null j it 1 month.
I 1 i.i- Know Ics Breach
I 11 -: V.Lig itbourn Breach
- .
11 1 K iwles I ro
1 of pei --ins
in St. 11
riiiim.. Both V9s.mil ing
.mil beating I'lnllis Julius m
nissed.
Murray Using
profane and indei ent Is
in Si 4os or 8 days
I remiah Williams
L< shouting and using pro-
je in St, r4s. or 1 a
Israel Robinson Breach
Ilealth \\ 1 in' n; 1 days,
G< >;> SPEED FROM KING.
W aishij tarl on < ireal E mpire
Cruise.
111- M.i ; inspection ol
N -v Zealand,
III led 1
I he middies \\ ho inhabit it have
n the .Hitler much anxious
thought, w ith the result that it
raihei su :jie is j, Ladv's Boudoir.
And r lady, mon over, with luf-
-t 1 nvii tuiiis. Kithei b) .
deni 01 design the (Ie11n.1ti.111s
li are mauve and green, 10
that when the I.1I1I1 c'oth is laid
lite colour scheme would rejoice
lie heart of 'lie Women's Social
;ki(] Political Union. The King
e ,1 . iiiiI comment on lite f.ict.
Returning to il>e upper deck, the
King b<1 ime much interested in
the gyroscope compass, winch is
non-magnetic, and always points
to the north, hxpniii.ijiiIs have lol
some time been made in the Navy
with this compMs, but the New
Zealand is the first warship to he
permanent!) lilted with it. Before
ii-s endit g to ihc deck the k
went into the pert look-out. ()n
the main deck His Majesty saw the
mii l;iti^.io ,m and war,I room. In
1I1 1 ittei apartment were hanging
the autographed portraits present'
ed h) 1 lie K1 rig a 1 < luet 11 to the
ward-room officers a month ago.
I I ' portraits were in a heavj I
li,, lie, surmounted by a crown.
After looking into the officers'
and bathrooms, the King
was taken by the electric lifi from
iin- main deck to tl e -t.nl'->afd en-
. room, where Bngineer-Com
mander Turner explained any de-
tail of'he machinery with which
Mis Majesty was not familial After
Pelorus Jack,a 5 months-old brin-
dle bulldog.given by aNewZealand
donor, had Seen presented to the
King, a couple ol photographs were
taken on the quarter-deck with the
New Zealand shield as a hack-
' ml. I hen while the officers
were all on the deck and the men
still at then stations his Majesty,
a Idressing them, said, "I wish you
all an interesting and enjoyable
11 in e, and I hope you ill all
come back safely in October,
1 bye Lun :neon was served
on the Admiralty yacht Kiiclum-
tress, which was moored next the
New Zealand. Soon after two
o'clock the King reappeared on
dei I. to inspect the newest tvpe of
submarine, I.4, which had been
brought alongside. It looks more
like a torpedo destroyer than s
submarine, f-r it is 176ft. I01 -. and
cai ries two guns and a in
mast Mis Majesty, accompanied
by Mi. Winston Churchill and the
Othei lands, spent ten minutes on
in ml the craft, and closely exam*
ined the working of the guns,
which are mounted in a sort of
wall with a sliding water-tight
cover, beneath which they are
packed when tke vessel is submerg-
ed. The remainder of the afternoon
was spent in the inspection of the
dockyard.
JUST Received per Schooner
"Roberts a.nd Kuasells" from
St. .I.om-s City. Florida., a full
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
gles:
l^ x 10 and 13 and ij x to and
u length! 3.) ft. and upwards a
specialty. Buyers would do well
before purchasing elsewhere and
have opened up a trade with the
above l'orl in this commodity,
And nte also Shippers of Sisal.
CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.


^
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CABLEGRAMS.
April 2nd 1913.
Beach, Florida, 1It was
last night that Mr. Flaglers
9 litions was causing very tireat
nxiety t<> his family and friends.
JPami
o1umhus, Ohio, 1.General
litions are much improved here.
river is reported to bav% teach-
ft\] its crest in Cincinnati an it is
believed that the waters will com-
mence to recede to-morrow.
Dayton, Ohio, 1.Major Lee
Rhodettaid to-day it would lake
ten yean for Dayton to recover
fully 'rotn the Hood. Famine
threatens the city to-day. The food
supply is exhausted and people will
go hungry if they do not secure
immediate and large shipments.
Mexico City, 1.The Mexican
government has made a formal
protest to the American govern-
ment against the shipping of (frmj
and ammunition from tlie United
$tatts to i>e rebels, and has re-
'ed that great vigilance beex-
.\sed in guarding the frontier.
London, 1- .Austrian Hungary
"losing patience with her little
Neighbours and is urging the
lowers to take action to enforce
in- demands contained in their
Bioti>s ir> Sn via and Montenegro.
W hen the naval measure? arc
j taken, u is expected that tins duty
will be allotted to Great Bri
Italy and Austria.
London, ; I lie stubborn
oi Montenegro in continuing the
bombtrdmedl of Scutari, conn irj
to the wishes of the pov r*. will,
if not overcome by more peaceful
measuies, lead to a de honstr nior.
and blockadtol the Monteoegran
Coast and the portl of Albania oc-
cupied by Servia.
A
HE T
FOR SALE.
VERY ANTIQUE TABLE
An l
A Camel's Hair Mattrass.
Apply "Tribune."
n U'N F.
LOST.
ON Hay St. between Hay St.
and Victoria Ave.
A GOLD Cll UN.
Finder will be rewarded if "Tri-
bune Office" is notified.
Washington, 1 It will be foul
weeks to morrow since Woodrow
Wilson became president, and
Washington has alre id) made up
its mind that he is doing very well.
I here are many Republicans (who
re frank to a< knowledge 'that
the) aie pleased 1 vei the manner
in which the new president ii pro-
ceeding.
FOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE with batii room at
t.ulied and all out doOI conven-
iences including a Tank.
East Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prisou.
Apply to
JOS. LAING
Blue 11 ill St. South
Public Auction
joiin BUI i.i.u.
Will sell
on Thursday the 3rd April
at noon
In Sponge Exchange
ALL that valuable freehold
property comprising 16
ui's.-,,touted in "Village Uoau
Know 11,1-
"BROIIKLYN"
\t present occupied by Mr. \v.
A. Stt .,..1.., the s iinc has a two-
story Residence with to rooms
also out buildings, a line lui it or.
chardjand well > 1 natt r,
I li piennses can be insp
any da) v ept >..t in I., \ s.
I rms < .1-1..... delivei \ ol In les.
London. 1 .The suffragettes re-
sumed Iheii meeting at Hyde Paik
nd Hampstead Heath tins after-
noon, and while they were subject
' crowds were good tempered, and
there was no repetition ol the
s. snes .d Vj denes winch occurred
a fortnight ago.
POUND on Bay St.-Gents
JL oold Sleeve links with letters
Mgravtd C. W. II. owner can see
it at I ribune Office.
Notice
IN future any person ishmg to
go to VVils mi 1. ity, Abaco b\
the s. s. "Admiral Dewey" v ill
h ive to puich 1 be a ticket at the
ol ihe Company,
Positively NO PASSENGERS
will be taken without a tu lot.
THE BAHAMAS TIMBER
COMPANY, LIMITED.
ARTHUR H. SU1 I'ON
No. 10 East Stieet. Manager
ANNA E. RAE.
PRUPRIE'I RESS ( '!
The Vogue and A u Bon Marche
Th. Lnm Inn $roreS.
Closing Sale of Seatoni Goods.
flight Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Hen vi 1 t vi I Irish l.arfs and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite dogiuns
Geisho. Crepes with Caces lo
match. Irish Hand r.m-
broldered Robes and Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linens,
White and Coloured.
Striped tussore Suitings.
FOR SALEI
USE-HOI I) Furniture.
Apply to
No. 24 Dowdeswell St.
Feb. 13, 1013
H
WE would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on hand an extensive St 01 k of I I WAN" \ (1(1 \K'S. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest I lav.ma and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
fhesi 1 igars are 1 inul '-don oui premises by skilled workmen
and gfeat pains ire takeiPto produce anaitide ol superioi quality.
I he success we have met with in the past leads mi,,, i, ,,tK toexpei t
the patronage of connoiseurs.
.[. L. SA1 NDERS & Coi
Ba) 5treel
:warj
'WHITE LABEL*
WHISKY
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Cheap

an Good ,
A
POLISH
VOl CAN I SB
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Wl III THE
J -' r 1 mi is r
J CONFIDENCE
Among the Families
of STOUT
Meuxs Stout
Light and Nourishing
THE OLDEST WD ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD
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For Result Advertise
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