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THE T R I B U N E The house was immediately in an uproar. The speaker intervened and Mr, Lloyd George, trembling with anger retorted "Let the hon ourable member say what he has to say about me in a place where he ran be examined." The growing e xotement over the Marconi affair is likely to make a full dress debate in the house of Commons. IMPERIAL FRIDAYS SPECIAL I' RO G R A M M I.. At 8.15 p.m. I.—"BABETTE" by the famous "REX" A story of the Trench revolution. a.—"WANTED A WIFE IX A HURRY" Verv Comic. 3---"ART OF SILVER PLATE MAKING" Very idterestirur. 4.-"UP AGAINST IT" A screaming Comedv. 5.—"BETTER THAN GOLD" see the COWBOYS in this 6d. o,d. is. At Nassau's only Theatre. POUND. O N Bay-street, about a weok ago, opposite my brother's store, "The Metropolitan" a quantity of Tobacco. Ownercan have same by proving property and pay iug expenses. D. S. POWELL. April 3, 1913. 1 !Lumber & Shingles J UST Keceived per Schooner "Roberta o.nd Kussells" from St. Jamei City. Florida., a full aiiorlmcnl of Lumber and Shin, glee: 1^^ lj x 10 and 12, ij x 10 and 12 of 20 ft. lengths and upwards as a specialty. We have opened up a trade ith the above Port in this commodity. Buyers would do well to see us before purchasing elsewhere. And me also Shippers of Sisal. CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO. LOST. O N B iv St. between Bay St and Victoria Ave. A GOLD CHAIN. Finder will be rewarded if bune Office" is notified. FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING IK >USE with bath room at; tached and all out door conveniences including a Tank. Last Street, South, opposite Nassau Prison, Apph 10 JOS. LAING Blue Hill St. South ANNA E. RAE. PRO ['RI KIR ESS OF The Vogue andAu Bon Marche Tt>. L,nn s.ot. Stores. W E would inform all who appro 1 ite B < io id Smoke that wa now have on hand an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of Ihennest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on nui premises by skilled workmen and great paini are taken t<> prod 1 irticle of 1 uperioi qiwlity. 'I he -in 1 ess are have met with in tha past l< ails us 1 unfidently to expect the patronage of connoiseors, J. L. SAL'NDERS A Co. Bav*Street Notice I N future any person wishing to go tn Wilson City, Abaco by the s. s. "Admiral Deweyii will have to purchase a ticket at the office of the Companv. Positively £.'<) PASSENGERS will be taken without a ticket. THE BAHAMAS TIMBER COMPANY, LIMITED. ARTHUR B. SUTTON No. Io East Stieet. Manager STOLEN. F ROM Schooner A.M.B., Friday or Saturday night —I newHawser and Anchor, also part "1 another Hawser. LOST. F ROM schooner s. B. Rlmwood last night, Wednesday, 2nd, one 10 ft. boat—marked W'.N. Suitable Reward if found. \pply to W. B. NORTH, Market Range. FQRSALE. VERY ANTIQUE TABLE. And A Camel's Hair Mattrass. Apply "Tribune." Closing Sale of Seasons Goods. Hitfh Class Goods at very reduced prices. Beautiful Irikh Laces and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs Geisha. Crepes \iih I.nces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes and Waists 2 5 per cent off. Irish Linens. While and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. PLACE YOUR ORDER < II ICK AS WE GET FROM •FACTORY. S INGLE Breast Collar, and Collar and 1 lames, 'Tan Colour, Horse or Porrj sin Web Harness. Call at Store and sec Sample Harness in use. P.ice delivered inNassau Freight and Duty Paid 30/Will need 30 days to deliver. C. O D. C. C. SAUNDERS. Easl Bay St. Nassau N. P. A Sheffield Cutlery a fine assortment of: RAZORS 'Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Kn: Bread Knives. CarVing Sets in Ca and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E Albury. WHITE LABEC WHIS I Good Among the Families of STOUT V. 2 V. 9 > O si .Light and Nourishing. z ^ w a .**—* 9* 0 1—. w y. ~*-* THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD For Result Advertise in The "Tribune ••



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CD > 3 & CO 0) a sr o CD 05 Nullius addittus jurrc in vcrba magiatri. Being bound 10 swear to the Uogman of no Masler. VOL. X. NASSAU, N. P.. Bahamas, Friday. April 4. 1913. No. 112 I I'l ( II. EDITOR mo Pn n OPflC TKF.KI , ii H I'l liUSHKD l>\ll^ M %  i . ids) tineIe copy l"iir i si 11 _1 •. 111 v sVsfcklv ... 4 ), I Ihh iv 4 I > I v Half Vearl* my ii p \\ \ i : \ IM v IdvrrJ I, ,i IlliC fill -.';' %  lift Ull '.,>.' \\ e note that ihe I' ijiui It a-' in M i;mn have • %  S. S. "Miami" is not a n I have 11 MI fore sent our Mail by t f•>" direct i irter route oi i lie "Frances \\ e BI <• Kt a !o i" mi Ii rsta authnriti M.nl> i \ i i %  'Miami." 'I'll" Motor "I ram is I." left Ibis ing foi Miami wrtlt the lowing passenger*. — Mi rington, Ida i I Sea is and ren, Nell ie *>m iili a no infant, Cl Williams Lil iy and twii 'Inldr< VI< tsit Albert C. Sargem II. M. M irshaU, lulin Pratt. ERNMEN I Nl 11 || %  im \. S. M. O'Biien Ii IS in ted lw:i vacati< >n fi urn i i>t< inst. v iined that rash or ; > s %  -'•HI by i"'-! to any (lovei i.I separt.oi nl musl be SITU by 1 I P'l>t, otli of loss oi defic nder will have to make n gowd. Rfvil. -> Wilshare hat been appointed Acting Chairman <>f the B let 1 of Education, The Han, J. II. Brown, M. L, C. i api ii'ii %  temporary Wo .,1 I 1 i of Pllllil • i '< n a p. point? I i i" i i""-o\ Member of ilirIi i.ml of Education, Ml. \.;i. ii-l. I M. \ i, imied to ipor.11 \ Mi iiii.n ol (tie I'n ird ol PilotI In I the Visiting !ominiiii'iof il i Prison Ch lirman r Cl IX A vs Esq., I S, O. I'ha %  I-I.. It > been %  ['i> Muted .i M< ml or ol the I %  ii. I !•• %  |nrv U %  l.i April "•'%  I lioin ii 11, Keni.i th Butler, I HI oth) All x th, I leudi i m, I 'lit I I lenry Smith, i Butler, i ii orge Smi u Ie* I'u Hni; i ih Smith, Braveinan Butler, Cli irlea ( i Smith, Milton Bui Ie". Mi. ed I lenry Smith, \-iih i. II. 1 i I i P. Siinius, l.i \ K,ai i I '.iii,%  Saw yer.John i William Saundeis, I i nis Capron, Victor II. Saunders, Dair i. Roland B sli, Edward Saun\ .II is i ash, James hei Saundess, Chai les Christe i (-. i. w.ii; i .. -. ^ .I ri i \ v. ,.II III^I J ,< ;i".s • •. Willi mi Claii Ige, Jordon Sands, I leiberl |a nes Claridge, James %  II |,l lll^a v l.i ; i i • I iu |r„ Dani M lai dge, D I Sands, Hartman Cokeley, Everitt Sands, James Colebrooke, Charles I u San Is and I lei n an Cooke. CABLEGRAMS. April .|in lJij. Constantinople,a.—-The Turkish government to-day declared that it unreserved!) accepted theterms ni peace proposed by the Europe in pow II-. Malta, i.—The British armoured i I lefence h is been oi lered t.i be '"•!dy i -nl to-morrow to parti ipate in >lie di monsii .iion in be made by An >tro-l luugarian .mi British warship* on the Mon,11. ,1 I .\ I 1,1.111 I'l I-I-. Sqfi %  .'. V %  II ding to an < %  tTi cial report from Bui rmy ii.'.i Iquarters I I ireol Adri in* • ill-Bulgai I .III'ic>111 ten to twelve thousand killed and won 1 London, 2. \ true bill a jainst Mrs. 1 turned to-day by the y it the 1 lid Bail' y sessions %  n the charge ol incitement to commit Mrs. Pankhurst was ai %  l on F< bru irs 14th in 1 on neelion with the < ountrj 1 esidem I Walton I leath, winch had bi 1 n %  ,1 in 11 11 id Lloyd ( ieorge, %  be is punishable by pena I setvil erm ol fourteen Lond n, % %  itdon Ensjlani • isb airman, and Hen Rumpler, a German inventor, have alri announced their intention p tii %  ; torthc Daily Mail's 11 prize for a trans Atlantic Bight and the Blei 1 its nn I %  !olc • lys say that they will h titors in the Atlantic and around Britain flights, • TinMail says 'he best experts believe that the Atlantic prize will in l"-i re the and London, J. -The claim that ra. n can restore the hardened arteries' "I mid lie a| e I persons to a healthy condition an 1 so prolong life was mail.' bj Dr. S lubrimann %  if Berlin, in a Ie tun inLondon todav. l.i'iiilon, a.—The heights to which political pas-ions .-UP running was shown by a seen* in the house ol commons 10.lav when Mr. 1 hitherto im onspicuous I %  bei %  iki I of the Lxchequer Lloyd George, whether heenjoyed any emoluments in addition to Ins -alarv.-"No." said Lloyd George, Whereii|ion Mr. Fletcher asked "Was not the %  alarv sufii ient for the right hnourabje gentlemen without wrong1> and improperly gambling?''.


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Publication Date: Friday, April 04, 1913
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Nullius addittus jurrc in vcrba magiatri.
Being bound 10 swear to the Uogman of no Masler.
VOL. X.
Nassau, N. P.. Bahamas, Friday. April 4. 1913.
No. 112
I I'l ( II.
Editor mo Pn n
OPflC tkf.ki
, ii H
I'l liUSHKD l>\ll^ .
M . i ids)
tineIe copy
l"iir i
si 11 _1 . 111 v
sVsfcklv ... 4),I
Ihh iv 4 I
. > I v
Half Vearl*
my ii
p \\ \ i : \ IM v
IdvrrJ
I, ,i
IlliC fill -.';'
lift Ull '.,>.'
\\ e note that ihe I' ijiui
It a-' in M i;mn have
S. S. "Miami" is not a
n I have 11 mi fore sent our
Mail by t f>" direct i irter
route oi i lie "Frances \\ e bi <
Kt a !o i" mi Ii rsta
authnriti
M.nl> i \
i i
'Miami."
'I'll" Motor "I ram is I." left Ibis
ing foi Miami wrtlt the
lowing passenger*.
Mi rington, Ida
i I Sea is and
! ren, Nell ie *>m iili a no in-
fant, Cl Williams Lil
iy and twii 'Inldr<
VI< tsit Albert C. Sargem II. M.
M irshaU, lulin Pratt.
. ERNMEN I Nl 11 ||
im \. S. M. O'Biien
Ii is in ted lw:i va-
cati< >n fi urn i i>t< inst.
v iined that rash or
;>s -'hi by i"'-! to any (lovei i.-
I separt.oi nl musl be situ by
1 I P'l>t, otli
of loss oi defic nder will
have to make n gowd.
Rfvil. -> Wilshare hat been ap-
pointed Acting Chairman <>f the
B let 1 of Education,
The Han, J. II. Brown, M. L, C.
i api.....ii'ii temporary
Wo
.,1 I1 i of Pllllil
i '< n a p.
point? I i i" i i""-o\ Member of
ilir- Ii i.ml of Education,
Ml. \.;i. ii-l. I M. \
i, imied to ipor-
.11 \ Mi iiii.n ol (tie I'n ird ol Pilot-
I In *
I the Visiting !om-
iniiii'i- of il..... i Prison
Ch lir-
man r Cl IX A
vs Esq., I S, O.
I'ha I- -I.. It > been
, ['i> Muted .i M< ml or ol the I
'ii.
I ! |nrv U ' l.i April "'-
I lioin ii 11, Keni.i th
Butler, I hi oth) All x
th, I leudi i m, I 'lit
I I lenry Smith, i Butler,
i ii orge Smi u Ie* I'u
Hni; i ih Smith, Braveinan
Butler, Cli irlea ( i Smith,
Milton Bui Ie". Mi. ed I lenry Smith,
\-iih i.ii. 1 i I i P.
Siinius, l.i \ K,ai i I '.iii,-
Saw yer.John
i William Saundeis, I i
nis Capron, Victor II. Saunders,
Dair i. '
Roland B sli, Edward Saun-
\ .ii is i ash, James
hei Saundess, Chai les Christe
i (-. i. w.ii;..... i .. -. ^ .-.....I
ri i \ v. ,.ii iii^i j ,< ;i".s .
Willi mi Claii Ige, Jordon Sands,
I leiberl |a nes Claridge, James
II |,l lll^a v l.i ; i i I iu
|r Dani M lai dge,
D I Sands,
Hartman Cokeley, Everitt Sands,
James Colebrooke, Charles I u
San Is and I lei n an Cooke.
CABLEGRAMS.
April .|in lJij.
Constantinople,a.-The Turkish
government to-day declared that
it unreserved!) accepted theterms
ni peace proposed by the Europe in
pow ii-.
Malta, i.The British armoured

i I lefence h is been oi lered
t.i be '"!dy i -nl to-morrow to
parti ipate in >lie di monsii .iion
in be made by An >tro-l luugarian
.mi British warship* on the Mon-
,11. ,1 I .\ I 1,1.111 I'l I-I-.
Sqfi . .'. V ii ding to an < tTi
cial report from Bui rmy
ii.'.i Iquarters I I ireol Adri in*
ill-- Bulgaii.iii- 'ic>111 ten
to twelve thousand killed and
won1,
London, 2. \ true bill a jainst
Mrs. 1
turned to-day by the y it
the 1 lid Bail' y sessions n the
charge ol incitement to commit
. Mrs. Pankhurst was ai
l on F< bru irs 14th in 1 on nee-
lion with the < ountrj 1 esidem I
Walton I leath, winch had bi 1 n
,1 in 11 11 id Lloyd ( ieorge,
be is punishable by pen-
a I setvil erm ol fourteen
Lond n, itdon Ensjlani .
isb airman, and Hen Rumpler,
a German inventor, have alri
announced their intention
p tii ; torthc Daily Mail's 11
prize for a trans Atlantic Bight
and the Blei 1 its nn I !olc lys say
that they will h titors in
the Atlantic and around Britain
flights,
Tin- Mail says 'he best experts
believe that the Atlantic prize will
in l"-i re the and
London, j. -The claim that ra.
n can restore the hardened ar-
teries' "I mid lie a| e I persons to a
healthy condition an 1 so prolong
life was mail.' bj Dr. S lubrimann
if Berlin, in a Ie tun inLondon to-
dav.
l.i'iiilon, a.The heights to
which political pas-ions .-up run-
ning was shown by a seen* in the
house ol commons 10.lav when Mr.
. 1 hitherto im onspicuous
I bei iki I !'!
of the Lxchequer Lloyd George,
whether heenjoyed any emoluments
in addition to Ins -alarv.-"No."
said Lloyd George, Whereii|ion
Mr. Fletcher asked "Was not the
alarv sufii ient for the right hn-
ourabje gentlemen without wrong-
1> and improperly gambling?''.


THE T R I B U N E
The house was immediately in
an uproar. The speaker intervened
and Mr, Lloyd George, trembling
with anger retorted "Let the hon
ourable member say what he has
to say about me in a place where
he ran be examined."
The growing exotement over
the Marconi affair is likely to make
a full dress debate in the house of
Commons.
IMPERIAL
FRIDAYS SPECIAL
I' RO G R A M M I..
At 8.15 p.m.
I."BABETTE" by the famous
"REX" A story of the Trench re-
volution.
. a."WANTED A WIFE IX A
HURRY" Verv Comic.
3---"ART OF SILVER PLATE
MAKING" Very idterestirur.
4.-"UP AGAINST IT" A
screaming Comedv.
5."BETTER THAN GOLD"
see the COWBOYS in this
6d. o,d. is.
At Nassau's only Theatre.
POUND.
ON Bay-street, about a weok
ago, opposite my brother's
store, "The Metropolitan" a quan-
tity of Tobacco. Ownercan have
same by proving property and pay
iug expenses.
D. S. POWELL.
April 3, 1913.
1 !-
Lumber & Shingles
JUST Keceived per Schooner
"Roberta o.nd Kussells" from
St. Jamei City. Florida., a full
aiiorlmcnl of Lumber and Shin-
, glee:
1^^ lj x 10 and 12, ij x 10 and 12
of 20 ft. lengths and upwards
as a specialty.
We have opened up a trade ith
the above Port in this commodity.
Buyers would do well to see us
before purchasing elsewhere.
And me also Shippers of Sisal.
CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.
LOST.
ON B iv St. between Bay St
and Victoria Ave.
A GOLD CHAIN.
Finder will be rewarded if
! bune Office" is notified.
FOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
IK >USE with bath room at-
; tached and all out door conven-
iences including a Tank.
Last Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prison,
Apph 10
JOS. LAING
Blue Hill St. South
ANNA E. RAE.
PRO ['RI KIR ESS OF
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
Tt>. L,nn s.ot. Stores.
WE would inform all who appro 1 ite b < io id Smoke that wa now
have on hand an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of Ihennest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on nui premises by skilled workmen
and great paini are taken t<> prod 1 irticle of 1 uperioi qiwlity.
'I he -in 1 ess are have met with in tha past l< ails us 1 unfidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseors,
J. L. SAL'NDERS A Co.
Bav*Street
Notice
IN future any person wishing to
go tn Wilson City, Abaco by
the s. s. "Admiral Deweyii will
have to purchase a ticket at the
office of the Companv.
Positively .'<) PASSENGERS
will be taken without a ticket.
THE BAHAMAS TIMBER
COMPANY, LIMITED.
ARTHUR B. SUTTON
No. Io East Stieet. Manager
STOLEN.
FROM Schooner A.M.B., Friday
or Saturday night I new-
Hawser and Anchor, also part "1
another Hawser.
LOST.
FROM schooner s. B. Rlmwood
last night, Wednesday, 2nd,
one 10 ft. boatmarked W'.N.
Suitable Reward if found.
\pply to
W. B. NORTH,
Market Range.
FQRSALE.
VERY ANTIQUE TABLE.
And
A Camel's Hair Mattrass.
Apply "Tribune."
Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
Hitfh Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Beautiful Irikh Laces and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs
Geisha. Crepes \iih I.nces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes and Waists 2 5
per cent off. Irish Linens.
While and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
PLACE YOUR ORDER
< II ICK AS WE GET FROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
Collar and 1 lames, 'Tan Colour,
Horse or Porrj sin Web Harness.
Call at Store and sec Sample Har-
ness in use.
P.ice delivered inNassau Freight
and Duty Paid 30/-
Will need 30 days to deliver.
C. O D. C. C. SAUNDERS.
Easl Bay St.
Nassau N. P.
A
Shef-
field
Cutlery
a fine assortment of:
RAZORS
'Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Kn:
Bread Knives.
CarVing Sets in Ca
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E Albury.
white LABEC
WHIS


I
Good
Among the Families
of STOUT
V.
2 V.
* 9 >
O si
.
.Light and Nourishing.
z ^ w
a .*-
** 9*
0 1.
w y.
~- *-*
THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD
For Result Advertise
in The "Tribune


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