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THil TR I nil N F. Zbe Zxibune Thursday April \ 1913. away at the grand scene strolled! palm products for export to the in, moved that Mr. GladstonebeJ markets of Euro] and of the no longer heard, and were suspended in detail. The last vicI tim was 'Dick Power, one of the We understand that the sitting of the House of.Assembly on t Monday night was uncomforta\y lively. Although we deplore |e pei (tonal bitterness that was arable from a debate on 'a subject, a bitterness that v in some instances hinder legislation in the future, are at {he same time glad Ibd whole world. If Messrs.LeverBros.J.td., will apply their co-partnership prilled him. 'Dick' having refused to leave his seat during the division on Mr. O'Donnell's suspension, was named. He declined j to withdraw. The Sergeant-at-i at the House has by its vote! arm sappeared, placed his hand ade clear .tsh.gh appreciation | 0 „ r>| cks shoulder, and asked his | the honour and public spirit :o i d f ritnd to rotin .j wo „, ,,,_ n II s most P rom,, * t Sergeant' said Dick. 'My dear lembers. While we say this Dick,'quoth the Sergeant, *do nth emphasis, we are far fromi come away ; -|, (;V1 .,,,„,. touting evil motives to those; g ea nt, you'll have to get the ho voted in the minority. ;,„.,. ^fore sljr • ,.,. , he [But rf the sitting wasconsiderSergeant ... tendcrhooks hi astormy.one, the members of l s everal minutes bef finally he House must be looked upon quitting his place. Later on he as a very orderly body of men. ra jght have been S d iscussm. In days long gone by. if report ; the whola question m tl „. S ... most genial and pleasant of men. | ciples at their West African He was a great friend of the factories in their business dealSergeant-at-arms, and indeed lings with their African emspent many hours chatting away ployees, they will supply the in that official's room during world with a working model of dull nights when the House borhow to get the uttermost yield speaks truly, it was very much ,'jtlierwise in our local Legisla'•;i'.. and even in the British ^e,,-of Commons far more litable scenes occasionally I place. Formerly, the Irish latjonalists were glaring i prs, but of late, with the hope victory to keep them steady, tv have become models of demi, and have turned over lethods of rowdyism to the young Tory bloods. It may intetest our readers to read Barry O'Brien^ account of an Irish "Scene" early in 1881J when Gladstone rose to move a closure resolution with a view to forcing through ft Crimes Bill against determined opposition. John Dillon intervened in a that geants cigar." 'S" questi room over by a friendlv We notice by the "African World" that a monopoly h is been granted to Messrs Lever Bros Ltd.. in the hinterland of Sierra Leone, for the cracking ol palm kernels bv machinery ii ,,., „„,, „.. f ; Jonathan Stephens, William and the extracting of i.a in ,, .. .. .' ., ... •n „ ...... r .1 1 Mortmiore, IHuiv: c WaNon, I he writer ol this article says: Rj c j, ard out of the oil palm, and how to get the best service out of Afri can labourers; and alsolhow to solve satisfactorily, as a business proposition, the twentieth tury labour problem ol .Africa The M >tor ''Frances E" arrived this morning with a cargo of shingles and the following i as sengers: -Mes I mies Druscilla Thomp son, Rosanna Simms, Esther Mackev, and Rebecca Fairing t in; Messrs Jeremiah Fergurson, Bruce Simms, John Hepburn, Joseph Brown, John Morie, Andrew Clarke, Arthur Musgrove, lam iancey, Thomas Seymour, Joseph Poitier, < ieorge Stubbs, N itha niel Musgrove, James \. Poitier, Fletcher Gibs in. En asM Esther Mackej. J >seph Addei li y, Lloyd (ii illin, Albert Armbri Jan les Major, Lennox C Harden, Melvin Fox, Rol Kn 1 \ Ii -. Cornelius Know I .... busy Thomas laylor, Ephra m Jehu son, Andrew E dwai Is, !•'. Infiun I Strachan, Edmund Hunt, Samuel (). Knowles, Lycur^us da> before." "The establishment, by such a firm as Messrs I.ever Bros., Ltd., in the Colony of Siena [ft Leone, of a great factory com pletely equipped with the most modern machinery for extracting palm oil and cracking palm kernels will release from these two kinds of work tens of thous way that was judged by the ands of human beings, and enSpeaker to be out of order, and able such human beings to be refused to give place to Mr. {very much more usefully and Gladstone. He was thereupon profitably employed in increas forcibly removed. Mr. Parnell ing, progressively, the area ol then moved that Mr. Gladstone land under palm, kola cocoa "Be no longer heard" and refus rubber, rice, and maize, etc! Mitchell, Isaac Pratt, Theophilmg to give way to the Speaker's cultivation, and thereby swell ruling was suspended. Barry the volume of the supply of these 0 Bnen goes on to say "I was articles, and add enormously to sitting quietly in my room off the wealth resources of Sierra the Strand' says Mr. Frank Hugh Lei O'Donnell, 'when Biggai rush The factory will become also ed in and said:' "We have been a school of applied mechanics suspended. Do you run down to and chemistry wherein the comthe House and get suspended at ing generations of Siena Leon once" Of course I rushed off. As ans, who will supply the labour 1 took my seat Mr. Gladstone I force employed therein, may obwas speaking on the closure. I tam opportunities of learning career of the officer In question. INDIGNANT. We would advise "Indignant" tr, re-read the letter sign< d "Curious" more carefully. En. To the Editor of the Tribui I Jear Sir: Please alfow me to call the attention of the Board of Education and the Pulpit of this is and to an Imp a t ant matter There is a need for a night school in this city for poor children who have to work for their living by day and in consequence grow up in i I hope that those in authority,the Board of Education, and other influential bodies will move in this niatt-r so that these children may at least be given a chance to learn how to read and write for themselves. Yours ti u lv A POOR WORKING BOY. .* • GREELEY'S RETORT. An acquaintance met Hors i mi 'I i) and said: "Mi. I ireeley, I've stopped your pa per." I lave you ?" said tlie editor; "well, that's too bad," an 1 he went his way. The next morning Mr. Greelej met his subsciibet again, i said: 'I thought you had stop] 1 the Tribune.' > .I did." Then there must be some wrigbt, William Knowles, Al mistake," said Mr. Greeley,"for ton Courtney | just came bom the office and the presses were running, the i ever, the Ephra in John c npositors i ird at work. 1 >ean, (ieorge Dea i, a I the business was going on the same as yesterday and the Wells, Kings ley Know -s. Major Burrows, Cleghorn Pritchard, Henderson Burrows, George Mc Carthy, Edwin Burrow., Reuben Hun-1 . Richard McCarthy, David Cartwnght, Jacob at once moved that he should thoroughly, in a practical and be no longer heard, and was business like manner, the arts of suspended on the spot.' Other extracting the oil, encking the Irish members who had been kernels, and of preparing the onPratt, Edwin Ii imsey, Ben iamin Moncur, Harol ISaunders Manasseh Co >per, John Glass, and William I in en. (63) Dear Mr. Editor. Your correspondent "Curious" is evidently in league with "(>b server"in endeavouring to thro •. mud on the character of our I ti 1 governor. I low dare he insinuate, as he evidently did, Or intended to do, that Sn \Yil ham (Irey Wilson mis-represented or suppressed any infor"' )!" ejaculated thvSUDSCribl 1. "I didn't mean that 1 had stopped the paper; 1 stopped only m> copy oi a, be ause 1 di In't .our editorials." "Pshaw !" retorted Mr. < Sri eley, "It wasn't worth taking up my time to tell me such a ti ifle as that. My dear sir. if you expec t to control the utterance of the Tribune bj ihe pun hase ol one copy a day, or if you think to find any newspaper or magazine worth reading that will 1 express 1 onvictions at right angles w ith your own, you to disappointment." Master Printi mation F Hay St.—Gents l-I \l> nn Gold Sleeve links with letters engraved C. W. I. owner can see the public it at Tribune Office.



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T II E l\i I BUN E 1 THE RECLUSE IS NOT USEFUL. Speculation, philosophy and mountain' : observations arc splendid developers ol thought lint thought, until it culminates in aft!i< HI. generates o< i i KIW er. The hermits lived away From mankind to devote their minds to heavenly contemplation I hey evolved into what they started nut to become—useless beings ; powerless, because p iwerjis %  a. The long-haired, gray-bearded solitary cannot love people because be does nol undevsl md them. lie can li A m mid what he does not toui h; and hence his learning has no effect upon the world, fo* < %  11 %  i ts an 1 resul aus ed only by contai t. To be contented it is first necessary to be useful ; and to be useful is impossible to the anchoret. Progress depends upon the ability and willing |ol (host who know, to express what is within by passing it on to t % %  n do not know. The woi Id's sa iorsareits teachei everj man who does not riftms, Hjs tn dies with him and Charon rows him act >ss the river alone mi wc|'i. unhonoure and unsung. Highei ton misses its aim wh< t produces a reclufe, for a reculse is the only man who ( ac < %  the • >t! I i He Is the eternal mollusc, the mental parasite |who tak sail and rives nothing Contentment flies from him foi st'ieonly joy. CABLE! .-i IMS. April 3id 1913, Washington, 1. —President Wil. Ion probably will fill the ma j 1 (I the nine ambassadorships 11 a Varant before 1 he beginning ui rlie extra session ol congri is nexi Monday To days develS)>;nents broughi but that Walter II. I' ._•-, 1 J 1 I the World'* Work, h id hi en offered and had accepted the imbas l.idni-ln|) to 1 Ireat Britain. White. house officials con6i in d the ne i> s, • nd Mr. Page will start foi London *n!iin tea daj 1 Rome, 1.—Thouaandi of piltaims Irom all parts ol tlie globe an 1 assembled in this ctiy to wi*. (ess the opening of the series ol celebrations which iheVatican has pi ,mRed to commerri'iirtte the sixi' 1 1 li centeua ry "I 1 be pi 1 clarnapou nf the Edict of Milan, known •s the in.it c 1 f (lonstantine, Memphis, lennessee, I.—Conditions a 11 in >4 I he ci u 1 r.11 strt< In s of the Mississippi River were reported %  Tactically unchanged t > night. Weathei conditions in day were avourable and satisfai tcrj n ports 'of prrvress 111 MI.m preparation for 1 h II'" d c HI e fr mi a diizen eampk 1 f levee w 1 >ikers. London, 1. Baron Von 1 i < TS t said tonight that be is working in mi pin' lion iili the leaders ol the ia us polit ical union in the preparation of a strong protest in be presented IP the American aovem* ; merit asfainst the refusal of the I .1 ii"11 • n Hies ,0 Boston t" pr I Miss Ward <>l Birmingham lolui at ih.it port. IMPERIAL !• R I P A Y S S P E C I A L PROGRAM M E. At 8 15 p.m. 1.—'•IVMU I I I by the Famous "REX" A itory "f the French ie. volut ion 2.—"WAN I LI) A WIFE IN A HURRY" \r.v Comic. 1 "Alt I <)! %  SILVER PI.A I B MAKING" Very iuteresting. 4."UP AGMNST IT" A a n ami 11 _' Comedy, 5.—"BETTER II IAN GOLD" see the COWBOYS in this. > fit!. od, is. At Nassau's only I h> 1t Give Sunlight Scrip A TRIAL. %  • . %  wit I nsville, Indiana, 1, Al 11 o'clock loniglit the last wire from I %  isvilie uent downI he last word heard ovei it was that the I \ a eeti iw n. bmkedown Was . 1. —Condii ions in I \ • 11 • %  e sufficiently 1 \ 1 r %  .• rit 1 he I 'nited Mate> 'in w iili'ii.i win 1 %  >f!the I f %  ce ma mi mi il .11 Vera Crni .mi i nmpieo lor the past two llli'li! li-. I iy the batth sliip N'el *t lampico was -rleied to Boston \.,w Yard. • THE Magazine that makes Fact • more fascinating than Fiction "WIIITTIN SO VOU CAN UNOCKSTAND IT "A (-BEAT Continued Starr of the World'. ** Protraia.wl.icn VDII may beirin reading at .inv time, and which will hold your inicresi lorever, is running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it ? Two millions of people arc, and il is the favorite with progressive readers in South as well as in North America. It appeals to all classes—old and young—men and women those who know and those who want to know. 2*0 PAGES UCri MONTH 200 RtCTURES 100 ARTICLES OF UNIML IHIISIST The "Shop Notei" Department (20 ; J.'' givea easy ways to do things -how to make useful articles for home and shop, repairs, etc. "AmiteurMfthiaifi" (10 pages) tells how to moke Mission furniture, wireless outfits, boats, engines, magic, rind all the things a boy loves. By mall, per year $2.Of) (Gold) WRITE FOR FRtsT SAMPLE CORY TODAY STOLEN. I?ROM Schoonei ..M.B., Friday or S iiniday night i lite Hawsei and Anchor, also part^ another I lawser, LOS I. F ROM schooner S. B. 1-21 mw ct| last night, Wednesrl-iy, 2nd* "inin ft. I • %  '! -ni.iiIced W,N, Suitable Reward if found, tpply to W. B NOR I'll. Market Range. FOUND. O N Bay-street, §bnut a week flgo, opposite my brother's store, I he Metropolitan" a quantity of Tobacco, Owner can have tame by proving property and pay ing expetses. I). S. POWELL. April 3, 1913. %  /-^^ %  &Stium'f--'': POPULAR MKCHAMCS CO. lift W. \V.lui.Kt..ii St. ( lll< \,0 0 W. A. MATHER. UNDERTAKER. D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he ha. just received a complete outfit ol facilities foi the business of an undertaker, which placets him in a position to carry out Funerals that lie entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respectfully solicits iheir patron ige. Get my Prices first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class woik. IT



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* jiii'.'ht Jbe away some time. He new .'hat he was going to <1ie, and hey knew it, too ; but he went ?ut to die in the storm bemuse he Vd not wish Captain Scott and the two others to have the pain of seeing his death. (To be concluded* JUST Received per Schooner "jRoberts and Kussells" from ^J'Ainrv City, Florida., a. full isrv-iment of Lumber nrtd Sliin%  les: n i j x 10 and 12 and i| x 10 and a2 lengths 20 fi. and upwards {specialty. Buyers would do well (before purchasing elsewhere ami (have opened up a trade with the Above Port in this commodity, And are also Shippers of Sisal, CHAS. J KELLY & BRO. 11 \ Notice N future any person wishing to go to Wilson City, Abaco l>y fthe s. s. "Admiral Dewey" will have to purchase a ticket at the office of the Company, Pusitivaiy NO PASSENGERS will be taken without a ticket. 'iE BAHAMAS TIMBER .PANY. LIMITED. AM IHIR B. SUTTON East Street. Manager h. g -,'rJANNA E. RAE. •' PROPRIETRESS OF ke %  h e x Vogue andAu Bon Marche Stores. l.l t 'r* Lpten Store _. Closing Sale of Seasons Goods. j f High Class Goods at very reduced prices. t Beo vjiiful IrKh Laces and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs Geisha Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robe-, and Waists 25 per cent off. • Irish Linens, White and Coloured. • Striped Tussore Suitings. IMAGE YOUR ORDER QUICK AS VfE GET FROM FACTORY. S INGLE Breast Collar, and Collar and I lames, Tan Colour, Horse or Pon) size Wi b I lai nesi Call at Store and see Sample Horli< ss 111 u Price delivered in Nassau Freight and Duty Paid 30/ Will need jo days to deliver. C. O. I).' C. C. SAUNDEftS. Fast Bay St. Nassau N, P. Till WHOLESALE & RETAIL Imported Pine Sponge Staves MACHINE MADE. CURTAIN POLES, PLAIN and STAINED, ALL LENG1 US. I & I ROUND FOR TRIMMING PLAIN |OB SAWING OF ALL DESCRIPTION. io< CHEAPER TH \\ HAND I. \B< >R. G. E. M AY E R Eoai Bay street. Near Cotonella. Clifton Hotel. IK, .V. i '. '. IIIMOPEN FOR THE SEASON. November 21*1, t it 1, With all modern improvements R \ I ESf 2.50 nnd upwards I lei' nf Sert ire. EDWARD SAUNDF RS M inagei CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN Carpenter and Pappi Hangr-r, Open Boats — 9, <)'. 10, 11, 12 feet, always on hurl. Othn Sizes bin It to order. Native Made Oars — 10, II, u feet, always on hand. Orders for larger sizes or large quantities will receive prompt attention, Paper Hanging. Satisfaction Guaranteed, Armstrong Street (Hawkins Hill.) NOT 1 C E T HIS is to inform my P .irons and the Public in (lenei a I that I have opened rny Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anythinj m the line ol Geneial repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially All work done Mechanically. P. A. Iluvl 453 Bay Street. East (Wharf) W I. would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on hand an 1 xtensive Stock <>f II WAN \ CIG \KS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finesi Havana and Sumatra Wiappers, and Havana tillers th ghout. I hese 1 ig irs are manufactured an OUI premises by -killeil workmen and pre* I pains Bre taken to produce nr. trticle of superior qua lily. The success we have met u nil m I hi pasl leads usconfidently to expert the pationate of connoiseurs. |. L S\l NDERS N Co. B,i\ Streel ietf" Cutlery a line ass'irtment ol i RAZ( IRS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher km v. | Bread Knives. Carving Sets ln Cases. and SClSSI IRS. for salr. by Chas. E Albury FOR S M.I A VERY AN HOLE TABLE. A Camel's Hair Mattrass, NI %  I ly "I ribum ." LOST. O N Bay St, between Bay St, anil Vi 10 1 A A GOLD CHAIN. Finder wilt be rewarded if "Tri. Iran" (Iffii e is notified, FOR HIRE. A -six ROOM DWELLING HOUSE w ith b ith room at tached and all out door conveniences including a Tank, East Strtet, South, opposite Nassau PhSOii, Apply to JOS. LAING Blue Hill St. Soulh Cheap and Good mm T A POLISH Vdl CAN USE wi 1 11 1 HE I I MUSI CONFIDENCE Among the Families of STOUT /. z S r Q Jfl MEUXS Light and Nourishing. > -r. z c c -. g 1 THE OLDEST WI) ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD For Result Advertise in The "Tribune' u J



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I to a) o 43 0) #• o •p-M £< S < 0) NUIHVJS addictus |urarc in. verba magistri. Being bound lo swoar to the Do|m of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau, N. P.. Bahamas, Thursday, April 5.1913. No. Ill i.l.ON I M I.M II I II |*l) r*|PHII K 0 i %  M M IKKKT -I'KKKi i N i' i •* •.] i.| %  %  i opj !•'. Tiir^.Uv Til %  ingle csp' % %  "I .vh ! %  l Ihl? %  4 I I %  UlfYe.oU 1V41.V I' P Y ilU.1' t\ i v \' Advertising Ralna Si* |*ti |*i in , in-, i' PI l' „ , llM '""> %  Advert %  !*• I IE I\lMi )U I'AI ; "^ ( 'I CAPT. S( UTS I XPI UIIION. I low Five Brave I nglishmen Died. S| i.iliv ^ 1111-11 [in illChildren ol [he I mi IT b) \rlhui M lien. A ii. Id in lii p •• I m :ua,ge th ,i ever) i hilrl can undi rsNin I, the glorious ini rative ol bow i ; '-in N %  >!' and In-companion* mel deathalike h ive Eng. lishmen in the Antiin lie I In stirring stur), ai rimed below hai nli .ry been read by leachei; in school i hi'.11• ii in u oies •( schools 1111 %  ...-• 11. if G Pal Bi itjiin. Il i> in tin "i 'i ,l "^.v n | %  ull l^e followed by school • and par* ihroufzln n' 'i"' I n | t hai we n publish tii' immortal story >>f British heroism in these i ulumns an thai childien throughout the I I m ni". I and H'risciSlate* ni.iv learn with what cow and fortitude Englishmen can meet death, Childien : Vou are going to beat (he irue storj ol five ol the bra est nud best men who ham ever lived or the earth since the world beK' In hear about live great men. I heir n.lines aie : Captain Scott, who was their leader, Captain lati s, l.ieutenaol Bowers, Dr. Wilson, ;m I Petty-Qfficet Evans. These men are all dead, and tl died aTtei dreadfnl pain, in %  dreadful pla< e, called the Antarctic Region. You ran find il on the maps ind un tlte globes ; il is In i •, r j !.,,it.,.,, of il-,' world I here, where the South Pole is, ii is %  ..-, ,\ cold, ii is < older than anything that you have ever felt. i i.< %  i<• ino p I'i'i'i land there and II watei. I he s.'.i itself is • • into wave of ice ; the mountains %  ; il is il.H k i igllt Ihete foi many months in the ve.ir, imd h ri ihle a t" rms and billet M in ,. p ike it very difficult loi any ,,• t to k< p alive i %  >i an\ length of \' II I) three years ••go, Captain %  went on a e found there, you annot eel money b) going there : all that a in.m can hope In get ill • place ibungei and cold and s j, kness, u d verj likel) death nsi If. \\ hy, then did Captain & ott want i" RI ihere .i' all ? I uwi ni, in-) ol .id, becaute eveiv man who is any good is curious aboul tlie wo Id ; he wants to know all that th ;re is to be known no ut it, And it has been thought thai by fcoioK to the North and South Poles we should find out all sorts of tilings about the heat and the cold -nd why thu winds blow, and whether the ice is evei likely to move and come over the rest of the world as it once did hundreds and thousands ol years ago. To find out these tilings and other things ol the tame kind one of the reasons why Captain Scot I went t,, find the Pole : but there is anoltiei reason which is called the love of a.lveutuie, n hi, h is often a love of dang, i, Il is this luwe of adventure and of doing dangerous things which has sent Englishmen all over ihe world into the very hot places as vvll as the "very cold plat es, wherever there was something new to be at, II, oi something difficult ami d ingerous le be done, An I pe >ple who have not got something of tins spirit in them are veiy little good either to themselves or to i idy i Isp. So Captain Scott sailed down till he fame to the frozen sea, and then when the right tone came he and four of Ins co np iniotu l< It ihe ship and stall, d in sledges for the South role. 'I hey found it, and ihi j mat < d Ihe pi ice, and they found out all th it thenwas lo be found out, and then they turned b u k, hoping to go on the ship again

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S| i.iliv ^ 1111-11 [in ill- Children
ol [he I mi it b) \rlhui M lien.
A i- i. Id in lii p I m :ua,ge
th ,i ever) i hilrl can undi rsNin I,
the glorious ini rative ol bow
i ; '-in n >!' and In-- compa-
nion* mel deathalike h ive Eng.
lishmen in the Antiin lie I In
stirring stur), ai rimed below ,
hai nli .ry been read by leach-
ei; in school i hi'.11 ii in u oies
( schools 1111 ...- 11. if G Pal Bi i-
tjiin. Il i> in tin "i 'i ,l"^-
.v n | ' ull l^e followed by
school and par*
ihroufzln n' 'i"' I n |.....thai we
n publish tii' immortal story >>f
British heroism in these i ulumns
an thai childien throughout the
II m ni". I and H'risci- Slate*
ni.iv learn with what cow
and fortitude Englishmen can
meet death,
Childien : Vou are going to beat
(he irue storj ol five ol the bra est
nud best men who ham ever lived
or the earth since the world be-
K' You -ir> In hear about live great
men. I heir n.lines aie : Captain
Scott, who was their leader, Cap-
tain lati s, l.ieutenaol Bowers, Dr.
Wilson, ;m I Petty-Qfficet Evans.
These men are all dead, and tl
died aTtei dreadfnl pain, in
dreadful pla< e, called the Antarc-
tic Region. You ran find il on the
maps ind un tlte globes ; il is In i
, rj !.,,it.,.,, of il-,' world I here,
where the South Pole is, ii is
..-, ,\ cold, ii is < older than any-
thing that you have ever felt.
i i.< i< i- no p I'i'i'i land there and
ii watei. I he s.'.i itself is
into wave of ice ; the mountains
; il is il.H k i igllt
Ihete foi many months in the ve.ir,
imd h ri ihle a.....t" rms and billet
M in ,. p ike it very difficult loi any
,, t to k< p alive i >i an\ length of
\' ii I) three years go, Captain
went on a rli ;.. IIH count i v. I le and ihe riffi.
, ers undi < hi n '""I the il' is went
in a slop calls 'I the I Pri Xo,
whii h un .'ii- the new land."
Foi lhe\ wauled |0 ll I t W
South Pole ; that is tin i rj hot.
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in tin- land ol elei nil ici and snow
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that terrible country as fai as thej
could, till die i old began lo freeze
the a atei i"'" i nrd id and then
tlnv made l ll.
S in. people wonder why Cap
lain Scott ind his i ien named lo
In, | il,,- South Pole it all. There
i- n .thing wonderful oi beautiful
t see ihi re; only the ire and mow,
whii h is ill over that land, There
i gold to i>e found there, you
, annot eel money b) going there :
all that a in.m can hope In get ill
place i- bungei and cold and
sj, kness, u d verj likel) death n-
si If. \\ hy, then did Captain & ott
want i" ri ihere .i' all ?
I u- wi ni, in-) ol .id, becaute
eveiv man who is any good is cu-
rious aboul tlie wo Id ; he wants
to know all that th ;re is to be
known no ut it, And it has been
thought thai by fcoioK to the North
and South Poles we should find
out all sorts of tilings about the
heat and the cold -nd why thu
winds blow, and whether the ice is
evei likely to move and come over
the rest of the world as it once did
hundreds and thousands ol years
ago. To find out these tilings and
other things ol the tame kind
one of the reasons why Captain
Scot I went t,, find the Pole : but
there is anoltiei reason which is
called the love of a.lveutuie, n hi, h
is often a love of dang, i, Il is this
luwe of adventure and of doing
dangerous things which has sent
Englishmen all over ihe world in-
to the very hot places as vvll as
the "very cold plat es, wherever
there was something new to be
at, ii, oi something difficult ami
d ingerous le be done, An I pe >ple
who have not got something of
tins spirit in them are veiy little
good either to themselves or to
. i idy i Isp.
So Captain Scott sailed down
till he fame to the frozen sea, and
then when the right tone came he
and four of Ins co np iniotu l< It ihe
ship and stall, d in sledges for the
South role. 'I hey found it, and
ihi j mat < d Ihe pi ice, and they
found out all th it then- was lo be
found out, and then they turned
b u k, hoping to go on the ship
again land.
Then iheir tioubles began. It
was much colder than they
thought it would Have been : they
had terrible HOM'S, and the ice
was the roughest tint had ever
i,-. ii seen. Then one ofthempPatiy
Officei Evans,fell ill, and tumbled
on the rough ice on tin back of ins
head and died soon afterwards I le
was the strongest ol them ale, and
h,s death was a gieat loss to
them.
I hen Captain Oates, who was
an officer in the Army, became ill.
Mis hands and feet were fiost-bit
ten, and he was in dreadful pain.
He could hardly walk St all, and
yet he clr.igged his feet along over
the snow and ice. Me never grum-
ble d ; be was a I ways qjite cheerful
and hopeful, even when ais friend
taw tba be was so ill th it he
could never set Kngland any more.
Hut at last Captain Ontes knew
th it he must die, and he lay down
to sleep one night in the tent, hop-
ing that be might never wake
again in this world. But the next
morning he win still alive, and be
went to the door of the tent and
looked out. An awful storm of wind
and rain was raging ; he then, turn-
ing to bis iluee friends, be said'lie
was going out for awhile, and
(continued on fourth page.)
IT


THil TR I nil N F.
Zbe Zxibune
Thursday April \ 1913.
away at the grand scene strolled! palm products for export to the
in, moved that Mr. GladstonebeJ markets of Euro] and of the
no longer heard, and were sus-
pended in detail. The last vic-
I tim was 'Dick Power, one of the
We understand that the sit-
ting of the House of.Assembly on
t Monday night was uncomforta-
\ylively. Although we deplore
|e pei
(tonal bitterness that was
arable from a debate on
'a subject, a bitterness that
v in some instances hinder
legislation in the future,
are at {he same time glad
Ibd
whole world.
If Messrs.LeverBros.J.td., will
apply their co-partnership prill-
ed him. 'Dick' having refused to
leave his seat during the divi-
sion on Mr. O'Donnell's suspen-
sion, was named. He declined
j to withdraw. The Sergeant-at-i
at the House has by its vote!armsappeared, placed his hand
ade clear .tsh.gh appreciation | 0 r>|cks shoulder, and asked his
| the honour and public spirit :oid fritnd to rotin. .j wo, ,,,_
n! IIs, -most Prom,,*t Sergeant' said Dick. 'My dear
lembers. While we say this Dick,'quoth the Sergeant, *do
nth emphasis, we are far fromicome away; -|,(;V1, .,,,,.
touting evil motives to those; geant, you'll have to get the
ho voted in the minority. ;,.,. ^fore sljr ,.,. ,he
[But rf the sitting wasconsider- Sergeant ... tendcrhooks hi
astormy.one, the members of lseveral minutes bef..... finally
he House must be looked upon quitting his place. Later on he
as a very orderly body of men. rajght have been S......discussm.
In days long gone by. if report ; the whola question m tl. S ...
most genial and pleasant of men. | ciples at their West African
He was a great friend of the factories in their business deal-
Sergeant-at-arms, and indeed lings with their African em-
spent many hours chatting away ployees, they will supply the
in that official's room during world with a working model of
dull nights when the House bor- how to get the uttermost yield
speaks truly, it was very much
,'jtlierwise in our local Legisla-
';i'.. and even in the British
^e,,-of Commons far more
_ litable scenes occasionally
I place. Formerly, the Irish
latjonalists were glaring i
prs, but of late, with the hope
victory to keep them steady,
tv have become models of de-
mi, and have turned over
lethods of rowdyism to the
young Tory bloods.
It may intetest our readers to
read Barry O'Brien^ account of
an Irish "Scene" early in 1881J
when Gladstone rose to move a
closure resolution with a view
to forcing through ft Crimes Bill
against determined opposition.
John Dillon intervened in a
that
geants
cigar."
'S"
questi
room over
by
a friendlv
We notice by the "African
World" that a monopoly h is
been granted to Messrs Lever
Bros Ltd.. in the hinterland of
Sierra Leone, for the cracking
ol palm kernels bv machinery ii
.....,,., ,, .. f ; Jonathan Stephens, William
and the extracting of i.a in ,, .. .. .' ., ... ,
n ...... r .1 1 Mortmiore, IHuiv: c WaNon,
I he writer ol this article says: Rjcj,ard
out of the oil palm, and how to
get the best service out of Afri
can labourers; and alsolhow to
solve satisfactorily, as a busi-
ness proposition, the twentieth
tury labour problem ol
.Africa "
The M >tor ''Frances E" arriv-
ed this morning with a cargo of
shingles and the following i as
sengers: --
Mes I mies Druscilla Thomp
son, Rosanna Simms, Esther
Mackev, and Rebecca Fairing
t in; Messrs Jeremiah Fergurson,
Bruce Simms, John Hepburn,
Joseph Brown, John Morie, An-
drew Clarke, Arthur Musgrove,
lam Samuel Glinton, William i >
iancey, Thomas Seymour, Joseph
Poitier, < ieorge Stubbs, N itha -
niel Musgrove, James \. Poitier,
Fletcher Gibs in. En asM
Esther Mackej. J >seph Addei li y,
Lloyd (ii illin, Albert Armbri
Jan
les
Major, Lennox C
Harden, Melvin Fox, Rol
Kn 1 \ Ii -. Cornelius Know I .... busy
Thomas laylor, Ephra m Jehu
son, Andrew E dwai Is, !'. Infiun I
Strachan, Edmund Hunt,
Samuel (). Knowles, Lycur^us da> before."
"The establishment, by such
a firm as Messrs I.ever Bros.,
Ltd., in the Colony of Siena
[ft Leone, of a great factory com
pletely equipped with the most
modern machinery for extract-
ing palm oil and cracking palm
kernels will release from these
two kinds of work tens of thous
way that was judged by the ands of human beings, and en-
Speaker to be out of order, and able such human beings to be
refused to give place to Mr. {very much more usefully and
Gladstone. He was thereupon profitably employed in increas
forcibly removed. Mr. Parnell ing, progressively, the area ol
then moved that Mr. Gladstone land under palm, kola cocoa
"Be no longer heard" and refus rubber, rice, and maize, etc! Mitchell, Isaac Pratt, Theophil-
mg to give way to the Speaker's cultivation, and thereby swell
ruling was suspended. Barry the volume of the supply of these
0 Bnen goes on to say "I was articles, and add enormously to
sitting quietly in my room off the wealth resources of Sierra
the Strand' says Mr. Frank Hugh Lei
O'Donnell, 'when Biggai rush The factory will become also
ed in and said:' "We have been a school of applied mechanics
suspended. Do you run down to and chemistry wherein the com-
the House and get suspended at ing generations of Siena Leon
once" Of course I rushed off. As ans, who will supply the labour
1 took my seat Mr. Gladstone I force employed therein, may ob-
was speaking on the closure. I tam opportunities of learning
career of the officer In question.
INDIGNANT.
We would advise "Indignant"
tr, re-read the letter sign< d "Cu-
rious" more carefully. En.
To the Editor of the Tribui
I Jear Sir:
Please alfow me to call the
attention of the Board of Edu-
cation and the Pulpit of this is
!and to an Imp atant matter
There is a need for a night
school in this city for poor child-
ren who have to work for their
living by day and in consequence
grow up in i I hope
that those in authority,- the
Board of Education, and other
influential bodies will move in
this niatt-r so that these child-
ren may at least be given a
chance to learn how to read and
write for themselves.
Yours tiulv
A POOR WORKING BOY.
.*
GREELEY'S RETORT.
An acquaintance met Hors i
mi 'I i) and said: "Mi.
I ireeley, I've stopped your pa
per." I lave you ?" said tlie edi-
tor; "well, that's too bad," an 1
he went his way.
The next morning Mr. Greelej
met his subsciibet again, i
said: 'I thought you had stop] 1
the Tribune.'
> .I did."
" Then there must be some
wrigbt, William Knowles, Al mistake," said Mr. Greeley,"for
ton Courtney | just came bom the office and
the presses were running, the
i ever, the
. Ephra in John c npositors i ird at work.
1 >ean, (ieorge Dea i,
a I the business was going on
the same as yesterday and the
Wells, Kings ley Know -s. Major
Burrows, Cleghorn Pritchard,
Henderson Burrows, George Mc
Carthy, Edwin Burrow., Reuben
Hun-1 Richard McCarthy,
David Cartwnght, Jacob
at once moved that he should thoroughly, in a practical and
be no longer heard, and was business like manner, the arts of
suspended on the spot.' Other extracting the oil, encking the
Irish members who had been kernels, and of preparing the
on- Pratt, Edwin Ii imsey, Ben
iamin Moncur, Harol ISaunders
Manasseh Co >per, John Glass,
and William I in en. (63)
Dear Mr. Editor.
Your correspondent "Curious"
is evidently in league with "(>b
server"in endeavouring to thro .
mud on the character of our I ti
1 governor. I low dare he
insinuate, as he evidently did,
Or intended to do, that Sn \Yil -
ham (Irey Wilson mis-repre-
sented or suppressed any infor-
"' )!" ejaculated thvSUDSCribl 1.
"I didn't mean that 1 had stop-
ped the paper; 1 stopped only
m> copy oi a, be ause 1 di In't
.our editorials."
"Pshaw !" retorted Mr. < Sri e-
ley, "It wasn't worth taking up
my time to tell me such a ti ifle
as that. My dear sir. if you ex-
pec t to control the utterance of
the Tribune bj ihe pun hase ol
one copy a day, or if you think
to find any newspaper or maga-
zine worth reading that will
1 express 1 onvictions at
right angles w ith your own, you
to disappointment."
Master Printi
mation
F
Hay St.Gents
l-I \l> nn
Gold Sleeve links with letters
engraved C. W. I. owner can see
the public it at Tribune Office.


T II E l\i I BUN E
1
THE RECLUSE IS NOT USEFUL.
Speculation, philosophy and mountain'
: observations arc splendid developers ol
thought lint thought, until it culminates in
aft!i The hermits lived away From mankind to devote their minds
to heavenly contemplation I hey evolved into what they start-
ed nut to becomeuseless beings ; powerless, because p iwerjis
a.
The long-haired, gray-bearded solitary cannot love people
because be does nol undevsl md them.
lie can li A m mid what he does not toui h; and hence his learn-
ing has no effect upon the world, fo* < 11 i ts an 1 resul aus
ed only by contai t.
To be contented it is first necessary to be useful ; and to be
useful is impossible to the anchoret.
Progress depends upon the ability and willing |ol (host
who know, to express what is within by passing it on to t!
n do not know. The woi Id's sa iorsareits teachei everj
man who does not riftms, Hjs tn
dies with him and Charon rows him act >ss the river alone mi
wc|'i. unhonoure and unsung.
Highei ton misses its aim wh< t produces a reclufe,
for a reculse is the only man who ( ac <- the >t! I i He
Is the eternal mollusc, the mental parasite |who tak sail and
rives nothing Contentment flies from him foi st'ieonly
joy.
CABLE! .-i IMS.
April 3id 1913,
Washington, 1. President Wil.
Ion probably will fill the ma j 1
(I the nine ambassadorships 11 a
Varant before 1 he beginning ui rlie
extra session ol congri is nexi Mon-
day .
To days develS)>;nents broughi
but that Walter II. I' ._-, 1 J..... 1 I
the World'* Work, h id hi en offered
and had accepted the imbas
l.idni-ln|) to 1 Ireat Britain. White.
house officials con6i in d the ne i> s,
nd Mr. Page will start foi London
*n!iin tea daj 1
Rome, 1.Thouaandi of pil-
taims Irom all parts ol tlie globe
an1 assembled in this ctiy to wi*.
(ess the opening of the series ol
celebrations which iheVatican has
pi ,mRed to commerri'iirtte the six-
i' 1 1 li centeua ry "I 1 be pi 1 clarna-
pou nf the Edict of Milan, known
s the in.it c 1 f (lonstantine,
Memphis, lennessee, I.Condi-
tions a 11 in >4 I he ci u 1 r.11 strt< In s of
the Mississippi River were reported
Tactically unchanged t > night.
Weathei conditions in day were
avourable and satisfai tcrj n ports
'of prrvress 111 mI.- m preparation
for 1 h II'" d c hi e fr mi a diizen
eampk 1 f levee w 1 >ikers.
London, 1. Baron Von 1 i said tonight that be is working in
. mi pin' lion iili the leaders ol the
ia us polit ical union in the pre-
paration of a strong protest in be
presented ip the American aovem*
; merit asfainst the refusal of the
I .1 ii"11 n Hies ,0 Boston t" pr
I Miss Ward <>l Birmingham lolui
, at ih.it port.
IMPERIAL
! R I P A Y S S P E C I A L
PROGRAM M E.
At 8 15 p.m.
1.'IVMU I I I by the Famous
"REX" A itory "f the French ie.
volut ion
2."WAN I LI) A WIFE IN A
HURRY" \r.v Comic.
1 "Alt I <)!' SILVER PI.A I B
MAKING" Very iuteresting.
4.- "UP AGMNST IT" A
a n ami 11 _' Comedy,
5."BETTER II IAN GOLD"
see the COWBOYS in this. >
fit!. od, is.
At Nassau's only I h> 1t
Give Sunlight Scrip
A TRIAL.


. * wit '
I nsville, Indiana, 1, Al 11
o'clock loniglit the last wire from
I isvilie uent down- I he last
word heard ovei it was that the
I \ a eeti iw n. bmkedown
Was 1. Condii ions in
' I \ 11 e sufficiently
' 1 \ 1 r. rit 1 he I 'nited
Mate> 'in w iili'ii.i win 1 >f!the
I f ce ma mi mi il .11 Vera
Crni .mi i nmpieo lor the past two
llli'li! li-.
I iy the batth sliip N'el
*t lampico was -rleied to Boston
\.,w Yard.
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IT


*
jiii'.'ht Jbe away some time. He
new .'hat he was going to <1ie, and
hey knew it, too ; but he went
?ut to die in the storm bemuse he
Vd not wish Captain Scott and
the two others to have the pain of
seeing his death.
(To be concluded*
JUST Received per Schooner
. "jRoberts and Kussells" from
^J'Ainrv City, Florida., a. full
isrv-iment of Lumber nrtd Sliin-
les:
n i j x 10 and 12 and i| x 10 and
a2 lengths 20 fi. and upwards *
{specialty. Buyers would do well
(before purchasing elsewhere ami
(have opened up a trade with the
Above Port in this commodity,
And are also Shippers of Sisal,
CHAS. J KELLY & BRO.
11
\
Notice
N future any person wishing to
go to Wilson City, Abaco l>y
fthe s. s. "Admiral Dewey" will
have to purchase a ticket at the
office of the Company,
Pusitivaiy NO PASSENGERS
will be taken without a ticket.
' 'iE BAHAMAS TIMBER
.PANY. LIMITED.
AM IHIR B. SUTTON
East Street. Manager
h.
g -,'rJANNA E. RAE.
' PROPRIETRESS OF
kehex Vogue andAu Bon Marche
Stores.
l.l t 'r* Lpten Store
_. Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
jf High Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
t Beo vjiiful IrKh Laces and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs
Geisha Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robe-, and Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linens,
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
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QUICK AS VfE GET FROM
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SINGLE Breast Collar, and
Collar and I lames, Tan Colour,
Horse or Pon) size Wi b I lai nesi
Call at Store and see Sample Hor-
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Price delivered in Nassau Freight
and Duty Paid 30/
Will need jo days to deliver.
C. O. I).' C. C. SAUNDEftS.
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Nassau N, P.
Till
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Imported Pine Sponge Staves
MACHINE MADE.
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November 21*1, t it 1,
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R \ I ES- f 2.50 nnd upwards
I lei' nf Sert ire.
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M inagei
CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
Carpenter and Pappi Hangr-r,
Open Boats 9, <)'. 10, 11, 12 feet,
always on hurl. Othn Sizes
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Native Made Oars 10, II, u feet,
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and the Public in (lenei a I
that I have opened rny Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anythinj m the line ol
Geneial repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Iluvl .
453 Bay Street. East (Wharf)
WI. would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on hand an 1 xtensive Stock <>f II WAN \ CIG \KS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finesi Havana and Sumatra
Wiappers, and Havana tillers th.....ghout.
I hese 1 ig irs are manufactured an oui premises by -killeil workmen
and pre* I pains Bre taken to produce nr. trticle of superior qua lily.
The success we have met u nil m I hi pasl leads usconfidently to expert
the pationate of connoiseurs.
|. L S\l NDERS N Co.
B,i\ Streel
ietf" Cutlery
a line ass'irtment ol i
RAZ( IRS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher km v. |
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets ln Cases.
and
SClSSI IRS.
for salr. by
Chas. E Albury
FOR S M.I
A VERY AN HOLE TABLE.
A Camel's Hair Mattrass,
NI I ly "I ribum ."
LOST.
ON Bay St, between Bay St,
anil Vi 10 1 A
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A -six ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE w ith b ith room at
tached and all out door conven-
iences including a Tank,
East Strtet, South, opposite
Nassau PhSOii,
Apply to
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Blue Hill St. Soulh
Cheap
and
Good .
mm t
A
POLISH
Vdl CAN USE
wi 1 11 1 HE
I I MUSI
CONFIDENCE
Among the Families
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