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nil r H i b u ,\ i ZTbc tribune Satvird.y April 3, 191). Our English news items have of late contained a good manv on the shares that he re 1,1 The parliamentary Corn ;| 1U| as th sh *'f ht ; dentofthe"Dailj News" Says down considerablj lince the "Ministerial salaries are exprewm %  rrf their purchase both Mr. iotendad „, ,,„,„., ., nargill L oyd George ad the Master of fo r8a ving in ,„„ ,,, ,,,,.„„,. oietits, which Ins c>^ would not agree to, whenever the matter comes up for consi dei i' i' MI. and tin Minister who lavs by On '< rsd.n evening Elibank are losers by the trans faction. The whole thing WM i money f or the day when he may House of Assembly con dered done openly as a matter of ordi. quit office is to ,„. cornme nded the Estimates foi th. B ird of „r ,.i.i %  e rquu omce is u> oc coniuienueu me i.vinian:?. mr if ivar .. references to the purchase ol nary busmesson the Stock Ex1 J ather tha „ crit idsed since sucll Public Works for the Island o c\T!'\ u sE XX! I ,rr "'" i-Tr • &f &f cr> r foresight^ the precise condition New Providence, and reduced i panybj bn Rufus kaacs, I he fact is that Sit Rufus that ecures him political inde them by about iTiaoo. M: Lloyd George and the Master 1 and Mr. Lloyd rnw^ were unwise to buy these shares. They have malignant foes in the political world, and should have been careful to avoid giy of Elibank [now Lord Murray ) far awe can make out. I i main|fact8 arc a-follows : i e are four separate companlendciice . The suffii I defence of the transactions is that the shares were bought at' ter the contract had been made publie and at the top of the iat handle the Marconi pat,ng them a chance to find a ,„„„„,,„„ as speculations, but emsthe 'British .the American, cause of offence that even looked to ho ,d, a ..d tliat the company the Canadian and the Spanish plausible iccjvab ( s • tn i i i 'i company al of i a h company in eai li instance sep n tte from the business and capital of t'i • >t!ier three com pan i i I proiiN of t!ir Amei ican company a i itained from the erection an operation of wireless -'a tin son American territory. Ti -. when the British i io\ < rn me il entered into a contracl WH i hiBritish Marconi comP in only the shareholders in i %  : %  British Marconi COmpany %  oil,| pro/it by it. Sir Rufus isaa i never bought any shares in i a British company, Mr. I I c orge nev'-r bought in the British company d the Master of I libank. quently, if the British Marconi company drove a go.id 1) irgain with the British Government, which is doubtful, >ir Ru 1 s I acs, Mr. Lloyd ieorge and th i aster of Elibank could not p a ly profit thereby, and a ch ii of c >rruptinn has no i> iin fact when levelled againsl t'"",i. W at then isa^l th.' fussabosjt? i' appears that a brother of Sir Rufti Isaacs is Managing Diree toi the Marconi Company, BI I that he went%uri year with M ircom to America toraise n* i ipital for the erection of ""v\ stations in the United States nnd i i the buying out of a< ompanj there On the return of Mr. Godfn y Isaacs, ha brother "I the shares, and i brother (Sir Rufus ta 1*0,000 ". hen thei w ere si llin at then highest I le told Me i iyd ( i eorge and the Ma link thej w ere a good invest i Mil. and assured them thai BU< h scares would have nothing to do with the business of the British company, 'lie y took n each from him at the in. e iie gave for them. Sir Ru Ins Isaacs has lost over £\ to i ciiiiist.in deal with the I'ost Office n I by a State con tracl in tins country." if A spe ill meeting of the Chamber of Commen % %  was con vened on Monday afternoon to \1 M inv items, fiitheito voted to the Board ol Public Works, have n \ot d to theB aid ol I lealth, such .is Scavenging and Street Sw< %  ping, Si i VV'ntei i n-, 1'ic Market, Slaughtei I louses, Quarantine Station and the Cl i of Public Well*, .v awaits The Telephone Bill, among other chance By the fun 1 ing, and changing of the auth rits SUggeStS the l!icrc;is.. ,,f y to the Superintendent of I rlephones, from £ 50 to | lie. I' l< trie Light Bill also foi its funding, and if the authority. 'I h P nsi ms Hill make pi 1 foi tie[lensioninq ol B ittei y Vttend ml of the E I ht I department, who will therea tei I"styled the second taut Engineer. 1*0 |iut it bluntly. The Tory party eve, since the passing of &f he Lloyd George Budget and tinParliament Act has realized that it can no longer dictate poh a Liberal Government i< in office. They realjse also that three or four years more dfscuss"the advTsabUitj of Liberal rule nirans a hardenstrabilitv of having compulson .11-of the constitution into a Inspection of Sisal before shipdemocratic mould, and the pamenti an d of the establishment sing of measures that will still of a Sisal Exchange further clip ine privileges


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! !!'• T R I i; i N I WuA,.111 its wisdom l h, saw (not death learn tit to remove them, ann on the appointment. I he next step will be I,a lv Professor Briggs w ill leave by Members of the I louse of A bly, and "won't thai be h -" Yours thankfully, SCRIBBLKR. n bought by the Hon. J. W. which resulted, as^ou know, in Culmer, who pun the the Subscribers elect.. ling, at Public Auction, a igo, the steamer "I lavana" to morrow, but he is so much Batisfti d u ith our climate that he has expo ssed his determination to return again shortly and make pa rations for m \t winter on. The 5. s "Miami" a: from Ke\ West yesterday with the foliowrng passengers, and ed Shortl) aft. awards with b passengers for Key West. Mesdames Florie Saunders, Laura Saunders; Messrs Louis King,. R II. Curry, Charh Toms and Sidney S. I lolt. Mesdames Ingrata Cooper, and I Our correspondent might just as well havg written it as think it "heaven."I Aid ,E< Ii: OK I. >n Ion. 3. — riiat public interest MI the pnl lament* ry Mnrci m in. i]iin y is f.-1111o L; seefoe | to be %  •>!>p irent fi mall gathei ing in Hi'com in i I tee room "I the Jh of commons wlien 'he pr >ceed. ings w ere resumed tod ly, Pottmastei i Jem r,d Samuel gaye et iil -in e. He scored a heavj pmni Ml I.II\\ |\;r. ) v r \.\ I \\l\l \L A^^|W^| The world owes lis 1|S. fJ£5rVjm satisfied people, and the i '.it ol .,of V ^^i— J theGoddessof Liberty should be : "0 fi 'Id bloody, the kicking muhramp int We owe our national freedom to a number of dissatisfied genttemi n vho held confo st tea party ; and o ir B l friends we theirs to a hunch "I sure footed hybrids who di i nol ipprove of King John's plan ol running a government by \ restless fellow dis :overe I th • New W irld, and a pr* I -nl person who had become tii d >f paying $3.75 to send a letter fio-.ii Philadelphia to New York started the post offi 1 I'is..Dier, the Rebel and the Insurgenl hive been the :,\ since the world began: and the hat] kicker %  is ii,|,to pull a heavy load meetsd • it!' an I ilu w\\ while hi 1 ah %  >mes saint and hero when the world come old enough to understand him. The mre c mplain*r is a nuisance, and th 1 pessi nisi w in has nothing to propose is not worth the cubic space he occupies ; but the saviors of the world ire itsGhrists, it* Luthers, its ('1 imwells, its Edisons, its Froebels and its La Folletti are able to kirk and pull at the same time. Eunice Williams; Messrs Howell I w hen questioned by Mr. I'errell Saunders and WiUard Cooper I i< Ward Liner "Ilavana" i< I to arrn e fro n I lavana tomorrow for passengers for New York. with the object c.f showing that the \ OUT u-.i0 Marconi Company could obtain die right to srecl n s'at inn in 1 in* 1'>unti\ 1 inly by the ••Hi of 1 he postmastei general. Mi Samuel pi duced an 1 free. nient with the Marconi International Wireless Company, made bv Lord Stanley in 1904 by viriure [he Mail Steamer "Vigilan of which the existing stations at teamed from New York at Cliffden and Poldhu were licensed. 1 lock yesterdaj with 9 passengers and 58 -o barrels freight for Nassau. THE PUBLIC BOARD*. >f the Tribune To thp I'.dil' n Dear Sir: I have been reading the notices of the members of the Public vjate Hoards, and bave drawn the Mr. Samuel has promised to reconclusion that our new Govi rply tomorrow toa question wheTlie agreement was fu fifteen ye i~. Mi. Samuel closed Ins evidence won ihe significant warning "If at some latei date it is found that grave injury had been done ie imperial n.ii rests by this delay in constructing v fleas nations, my duty is in make cleat that I left mill' m e nothing I could do to oblliei he considers thai the govern-] ; me.ni contract with th M 1 1 '. 11 npain Mill holds gcx d notwithst ind ing the romp my s nol tion of IN cancellation)' West P ilm Bench, 3. — Tie 1 dnion "I 11 in v M. Plagler is mu h impr< >\ ed to day. London, 3 In moving the see' iiiill rending of the bill to deal with recalcitrant suffragettes yesterday in the I louse of Commons I lo.ne •s. retnry McKenna mentioned publicity as the keynote of the militant propaganda. The snffi igettesconnot complain of lack of puhlicil 1 to day, for en 1 a 01 us 111. 'in columns of the news P ipers n Bl with their doings, Inst is Mrs Pankhursts trial at the lid Bailey and then the debate in Jin Parliament on Mi McKenna's bill. Mr. Ki-nna proposes to release ; hunger strikers on licenses as soon as they are in danger of tot d col! lapse, and to re-orest them on llirir recovery, repeating the pro. cess as often as is necessary to Compel them to serve their full sentences in prison, London, 3.—The White Star liner Olympia left Southampton iy on her fi st trip foi New York since she was fitted with the double sieel bottom and addition* ,il bulkheads that are de :l ired by hei owners to make her imsinkahle. Cettinge, 3, >G r it Tarabosch which for months has hi Id 1 he allies olT Scutari, is now prac tic illy in the hands of the Monte* negrans, thanks to the sacrifice of 10 I'Sinl) throwertf eveiy one of whom lost his life ill a last desperate elfort to clear the way to the town, lor the possession ol which Montengro is i.,Myt" give up every thing. WHOLESALE & RETAIL Imported Pine Sponge Staves MACHINE MADE. CURTAIN POLKS. PLAIN and STAINED, ALL LENGTHS. I & I ROUND FOR TRIMMING PL MN |OU SAWING OF ALL DESCRIPTION. %  00 %  • CIIEAPFR THAN HAND LABOR. G. E. M AY E R East Bay street, Near Cot mella. F OUND on Bay St.—Gents 11,ild Slin e, IT



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r. THE T R I B U N I Lumber & %  Shingles J UST Received per Schooner Roberts *nd Russells" from St. Junei City. Florida., a full assortment of Lumber and Shinties: \{ x 10 and 12, l\ x 10 and 12 of 20 ft. lengths and upwards as a specialty. We have opened up a trade with the above fort m tins commodity. i rs would do well to see in before purchasing elsewhere. And are also Snippers ol Sisal. CHAS. J. KELLY & BRo! Notice I N future an> person wishing to u<> i" Wilson City, Abac by ... \ Imiral Dewey" will have to puichase a ticket at the .if ihe Company. Positively NO PASSENGERS will iic tnken without a ticket. THE BAHAMAS TIMBER 1 ( ( IMP ANY, MMIl BD. AKI ill JR B. SUTTON No. 10 East Stteet. Man FOUND. O N Bay-street, about a week •go, opposite my brother's store, The Metropolitan" a quantity of Tobacco. Ownercan have same by proving property and pay ing expenses. D. S. POWELL. April 3, (913, LOST. O N Bay St. between Hay St. 11 (1 Victoria Ave. A G I.I) CHAIN. Finder will be rewarded if "Tribune Office'" is notified. STOLEN. C*R0M Sch. onei A.M.B., Frid j %  %  or Saturday mghi 1 rte w ii iwserand Anchor, also part of anotbei I law seri LOS I. I 7 R< 'M scboouei >. B. Elm wood last night, Wednesday, 2nd, one 10 ft. boat —ma: ked \\ ,N. Suitable K< ward il found. \|i|il\" to W. B. NOR1 ll. Market Range. CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN C rpentti and Papei Hangi r, 7 V rkwi 9, %  '' % %  i". 11. i %  !cet, al. ij on h nid, 1 ithet built to order. Native Made (Jart— 10, II, 12 feet, always on band. Orders for larger sizes or l#l^e quantities* will receive prompt attention. Paper Hanging. Satttfai lion Guqranti Armstrong street (Hawkins Hill.) NO Tit h L I "'MIS is to inform my Patrons J ami thePublic in < ieneral tb .1 I have opi ned my Public Black Smith Sliop; and am now ieady to do anything in the line ol Geneial repair or new work Horse Shoeing specially. All work done Mechanical!). P. A. Huyl. 453 Baj street. Last (vVharf) Clifton Hotel. in, A i'. Bahamas OPEN Ii IK THE SEASi l J, November 21m, 191 1 With all inodei 11 imp' o veini ills KYI h-> — $ 2.50 and upwards 1 %  i nl S< 1 \ ice. RDWARD SAUNDFRS. Minager FOR HIKE. A six ROOM DWELLING I lid SE w ith bath room attached and all out door convenincluding a Tank. East Street, South, opposite Nassau Priso... Apph to JOS. LAING Blue HillSt. South ANNA E. RAE. PROPRIETRESS OF The Vogue and A'u Bon Marche Stores. Th# Lmcn Store Closing Sale of Seasons Good*. High Class uoods .n very reduced prices. Beautiful ln-.li Laces and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hals, exquisite degi|;ns Ueishe. Crepes viili Lace* 10 match. Irish Hund Embroidered Robes and Waitts 25 per cent off. Irish Lmena, While &nd Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. PLACE YOUR ORDER QUICK AS WE GET FROM FACTORY. S INGLE Breast Collar, and Coll.11 and I lames. Tan Colour, 11.use or Pony size Web Harness. Call at Store and see Sample Har\ ness m use. P. ice delivered inNassau I reight and Duty Paid 30/Wil I need jo uays to (If 1 \ Vi 1. C. O. Ii." C. C. SAl \DI RS East Bay St. Nassau N. P. L h .d f Cutlery ,1 : nc assortment ul : RAZl )KS Table Knives i'01 kel Knives Butcher Knives I a ead Knivi Carving Sets in *. asee. and SCISSORS. for sale bv Chas. E Albury. W l'. would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on hand an extensive Stock ol II WAN \ CIG \K'S. We guarantee 4iur brand to be made Of the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on nur premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to prodia e an article of superior quxhty. 1 he success we have met with in tin' past leads us confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. L. s\l NDERS A Co. Bar'Street Cheap and *.Good v A POLISH YOU 'A\ USE WITH I HE UTMOST CONFIDENCE Among' the Families of STOUT MEUXS STOUT Light and Nourishing. > tm4 V. 1—1 0


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'<* Nulltus ^ d lulus jxirnrc in vcrba matfistri. BeiOK bound lo sweivr to ihe Uogmtva of no Master. VOL. X. [Nassau, N. I\. Bahamas. Saturday. April 3.1913. No. 113 LEON E H 1)1 PI (II. EDITOR AND Paoraitrui OFFICE • ,i UAUKKT STRBB1 Nassau V P., P.AHAMA* r\ U. I'..n In PUMI.ISHKH DM1.1 MMIII.IV. Wednesday and Friday iioa;lecopy raetdaj, I huraday %  • ill | tingle copy ... id ATerklv 4 J.| Monthly ... .1-. 4 ,| Quartet ly s 4*. HalfY-arlv ... Ss. Veanv ... 1 • %  PtYARLR IN ADVANCE. AdvettiMn i :• Six 1 an %  | M hoc for first inautioa : thiee pence pet line f"i MC i insertion; ami one penny per line |ient iotertioni Advertisements under eight lines 4s. I III' [MMOR l\l. STORY OF CAPT. sco 1 rs ixi'i in now. How 1'ivc Brave Englishmen Died. Specially Written for the Children ol die Empire l>\ Arthur M ichen. And now listen particularly to what ii read next, bee iuse it was all written b) I ipt, S on hi nisei I as litlay dying in ihe tent of cold and starvation. He could not go any further, because of ihe storm. and there was no more food and mi more fuel, so he knew that he find htj two fi lends had 10 die. .'|p passed the tune by writing the story of their trving to get back from the South Pole ; and here it 1 •: Che advance party would have returned i i ihe glacier in fine foi m and with a surplus nl fond but foi the astonishing failure of the m in who we h id leaat expi cted to (ail. teaman Edgar Evans was thought the strong man of the pu t\. and the Beardmore (ilacier is not difficult in fine weather. Bui mi our return we did not get a single completely line t],n 11: duly advanced. Hut all the laeti above enumerated were as nothing to iheaurprise which awaited us on the Barrier, I in lima in that our arrangements for returning weie quite adequate, ami 1 liai in one in ihe world w< >uld %  RUI %  K hich we encountered at this time of 1 (In he summit 11 lal lit.'. > minus 30 On the Barrier in lal thousand feet lower, wi had minus • 1 ni_:lit p %  ith a con 11 'ii I wind during oui man It 1 : incos come on verj I our u reck i v ivi tainly rlue to tins d n advent id sex pre* w hich does noi seem t< i na e any Satisfactory cau I do nol hum in hei %  ; lUJjh SUCll a in R4 -\ • %  have eome throng,), 8'iould liavi come through in spite ol the weather bul for the sicken-ing ol oui sei ipanion I tam ( t ales, and a sh >i fuel in our depots for which I cannot lunt, ami finally bul foi the storm, whii Ii has I n us w ith. n eleven miles ol tins depot, at v\ ln> Ii we hop cine the final sup| < apt.1 in I.. I.. G, Oates, 6th Inn. iskilling Dragoons, was ihe next to he lost Hi-. Feet and hands were badly fribitten, and, although he struggled on heroically his comrades knew on Man Ii iMh that his en i was approaching, lie had borne intense suffering for weeks without complaint, and he ill give up Imp %  to th'very end. Ile rave soul. Ile slept through the night hoping no't to u ake, bin he awoke in the morning. It was blowing a blizzard. Oatei Said : "I am just going outside and I may he some time." He went OUI into the Mi// ird ami we have not seen him sin< e, Wc knew that Oates was walking to his death, but, though we tried to erltsuade him, we knew it was the act of a brave man and an Eoglish gentleman," Aftei ins gallant death, Captain Scott, Dr. Wilson and lieutenant Bowers pushed northwards as fast as the weather, which was abnormally had, would lei them, but Hi v were forced 10 camp on March j 1 in lat. 79dej-', 1 nun, South; In u in 1 les s< mth of imp, bul this tli y nevi w hich is km nine il ivs. A'h' n the ih//1' 1 tbe 111 their food an I their fui I f> ive oui. 1 %  mtinuing his dun y, I Captain Scott writes of this blizzard: — Surely misl have 1 I We an ived itiim elev n miles ol our tne Ton 1 : 1 one hoi meal ml l 1 l foi two i e been unable to Ii ilowins about US, We an weak, writing is difficult but for civ own ike I < nol re. w hich has shown us tli.it English liars ..,.. 1 another, an l in ci cl.-aih with a fortitude We look 1 we |*hing* ii iv • 1 gainst us, md herefore w 1 ause (01 i ompl nut, but I Hie will .! I • %  I Still tO rj 1 oui M to the i r, it if we 1. willing to our lives to iai> entei pris a which is for the honour of our country, I appeal to oui countryII:,. 1 • that those who di pe id on operlj red for. • 11.id we livi a • 11" to tell of the h irdih.no I, en. and Court ge ol my 1 |i in ions which w nil h ive st the heart <>f every Englishman. I'liese rough r.otes and our dead bo be-must tell the tale ; hut surely, surels, 1 grtat, neb country like ours will see that those who are dependent upon us are properly provided for"' (Signed) R. Scott, 2.5th Mar., 1912. So these brave men died : and now you know what we men: wben'we say that they were great. They feared no danger, they n< vei complained, tbe\ di I then veiv lies', each one WHS willing t>> ^ive Op Ins life foi the Others, and W ben they knew that there '.".is no I foi them they laid di n then I bravely and 1 ilmlj lal luisnan gentlemen.


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Nulltus ^ d lulus jxirnrc in vcrba matfistri.
BeiOK bound lo sweivr to ihe Uogmtva of no Master.
VOL. X.
[Nassau, N. I\. Bahamas. Saturday. April 3.1913.
No. 113
LEON E H 1)1 PI (II.
Editor and Paoraitrui
OFFICE ,i UAUKKT STRBB1
Nassau V P., P.ahama*
r\ U. I'..n In
PUMI.ISHKH DM1.1 .
MmiiI.iv. Wednesday and Friday
iioa;lecopy
raetdaj, I huraday ill |
tingle copy ... id
ATerklv .......4J.|
Monthly ... .1-. 4,|
Quartet ly s ...... 4*.
HalfY-arlv ... Ss.
Veanv ... 1
PtYARLR IN advance.
AdvettiMn i : Six 1 an | m hoc
for first inautioa : thiee pence pet line
f"i mc.....i insertion; ami one penny per
line |ient iotertioni
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
I III' [MMOR l\l. STORY OF
capt. sco 1 rs ixi'i in now.
How 1'ivc Brave Englishmen
Died.
Specially Written for the Children
ol die Empire l>\ Arthur M ichen.
And now listen particularly to
what ii read next, bee iuse it was
all written b) I ipt, S on hi nisei I
as lit- lay dying in ihe tent of cold
and starvation. He could not go
any further, because of ihe storm.
and there was no more food and
mi more fuel, so he knew that he
find htj two fi lends had 10 die. .'|p
passed the tune by writing the
story of their trving to get back
from the South Pole ; and here it
1 :
" Che advance party would have
returned i i ihe glacier in fine foi m
and with a surplus nl fond but foi
the astonishing failure of the m in
who we h id leaat expi cted to (ail.
teaman Edgar Evans was
thought the strong man of the pu
t\. and the Beardmore (ilacier is
not difficult in fine weather.
Bui mi our return we did not get
a single completely line t], with a sick ciimp iiiioii, enormous-
ly inereased nuranrieties.
I have said elsewhere, we got in-
to frightfully rough ice, and Ed-
gar Evans received n concussion ol
the brain He died hnatural death,
but left us a shaken party with the
>n 11: duly advanced.
Hut all the laeti above enumer-
ated were as nothing to iheaurprise
which awaited us on the Barrier,
I in lima in that our arrangements
for returning weie quite adequate,
ami 1 liai in one in ihe world w< >uld

rui k hich we encountered at
this time of 1
(In he summit 11 lal
lit.'. > mi-
nus 30
On the Barrier in lal
thousand feet lower, wi had minus
1
ni_:lit p ith a con
11 'ii I wind during oui
man
It 1 : in-
cos come on verj I our
u reck iv ivitainly rlue to tins
d n advent id sex pre* '
w hich does noi seem t Satisfactory cau
I do nol hum in hei
; lUJjh SUCll a in
R4 -\ have eome throng,),
8'iould liavi come through in spite
ol the weather bul for the sicken--
ing ol oui sei ipanion I
tam (tales, and a sh >i fuel
in our depots for which I cannot
lunt, ami finally bul foi the
storm, whii Ii has I n us
w ith.n eleven miles ol tins depot,
at v\ ln> Ii we hop cine the
final sup|
< apt.1 in I.. I.. G, Oates, 6th Inn.
iskilling Dragoons, was ihe next
to he lost Hi-. Feet and hands were
badly fribitten, and, although
he struggled on heroically his com-
rades knew on Man Ii iMh that
his en i was approaching, lie had
borne intense suffering for weeks
without complaint, and he ill
give up Imp to th'- very end.
Ile rave soul. Ile slept
through the night hoping no't to
u ake, bin he awoke in the morn-
ing.
It was blowing a blizzard. Oatei
Said : "I am just going outside and
I may he some time." He went OUI
into the Mi// ird ami we have not
seen him sin< e,
Wc knew that Oates was walk-
ing to his death, but, though we
tried to erltsuade him, we knew it
was the act of a brave man and an
Eoglish gentleman,"
Aftei ins gallant death, Captain
Scott, Dr. Wilson and lieutenant
Bowers pushed northwards as fast
as the weather, which was abnor-
mally had, would lei them, but
Hi v were forced 10 camp on March
j 1 in lat. 79dej-', 1 nun, South;
In u in 1 les s< mth of
imp,
bul this tli y nevi
! w hich is km
nine
il ivs. A'h' n the ih//1' 1
tbe 111 their food an I their fui I f> ive
oui.
1 mtinuing his dun y, I Captain
Scott writes of this blizzard:
Surely misl
have 1 I We
an ived itiim elev n miles ol our
- tne Ton 1 : 1
one hoi meal ml l 1 l foi two
i e been un-
able to Ii ilow-
ins about US,
We an weak, writing is difficult
but for civ own ike I < nol re-
. w hich has shown
us tli.it English
liars ..,.. 1 another, an l
in ci cl.-aih with a forti-
tude
We look 1 we
|*hing* ii iv 1 gainst
us, md herefore w 1 ause
(01 i ompl nut, but I Hie will
, .! I I Still tO
rj 1 oui m to the i
r, it if we 1. willing to
our lives to iai> entei pris a
which is for the honour of our
country, I appeal to oui country-
ii:,. 1 that those who di pe id
on operlj red for.
11.id we livi
a 11" to tell of the h irdih.no I, en-
. and Court ge ol my 1
|i in ions which w nil h ive st
the heart <>f every Englishman.
I'liese rough r.otes and our dead
bo be-- must tell the tale ; hut sure-
ly, surels, 1 grtat, neb country
like ours will see that those who
are dependent upon us are properly
provided for"'
(Signed) R. Scott, 2.5th Mar., 1912.
So these brave men died : and
now you know what we men:
wben'we say that they were great.
They feared no danger, they n< vei
complained, tbe\ di I then veiv
lies', each one whs willing t>> ^ive
Op Ins life foi the Others, and W ben
they knew that there '.".is no I
foi them they laid di n then I
bravely and 1 ilmlj lal luis-
nan gentlemen.


nil r h i b u ,\ i
ZTbc tribune
Satvird.y April 3, 191).
Our English news items have
of late contained a good manv
on the shares that he re 1,1 The parliamentary Corn
;|,1U| as th sh*'f ht; dentofthe"Dailj News" Says
down considerablj lince the "Ministerial salaries are exprew-
m rrf their purchase both Mr. iotendad , ,,,., ., ,nargill
L oyd George ad the Master of for8aving in , ,,, ,,,,.,.

oietits, which Ins c>^
would not agree to, whenever
the matter comes up for consi
dei i' i' mi.
and tin Minister who lavs by On '< rsd.n evening
Elibank are losers by the trans
faction. The whole thing wmi money for the day when he may House of Assembly con dered
done openly as a matter of ordi. quit office is to ,. cornmended the Estimates foi th. B ird of
r_____ ,.i.i ' e. r- quu omce is u> oc coniuienueu me i.vinian:?. mr if ivar ..
references to the purchase ol nary busmesson the Stock Ex-1 Jather tha critidsed ,since sucll Public Works for the Island o
c\T!'\ u sE XX! I,rr"'" i-Tr ? ? c- r> r foresight^ the precise condition New Providence, and reduced
i panybj bn Rufus kaacs, I he fact is that Sit Rufus that ecures him political inde them by about iTiaoo.
M: Lloyd George and the Master 1 and Mr. Lloyd rnw^
were unwise to buy these shares.
They have malignant foes in
the political world, and should
have been careful to avoid giy
of Elibank [now Lord Murray
- ) far a- we can make out.
I i main|fact8 arc a-- follows :
i e are four separate compan-
lendciice . The suffii I
defence of the transactions is
that the shares were bought at'
ter the contract had been made
publie and at the top of the
iat handle the Marconi pat- ,ng them a chance to find a ,,, as speculations, but
emsthe'British .the American, cause of offence that even looked to ho,d, a..d tliat the company
the Canadian and the Spanish plausible ........ iccjvab,(
s
tn i i i 'i company
al of i a h company
in eai li instance sep n tte
from the business and capital of
t'i >t!ier three com pan i i I
proiiN of t!ir Amei ican company
a i itained from the erection
an operation of wireless -'a
tin s- on American territory.
Ti -. when the British i io\ < rn
me il entered into a contracl
wh i hi- British Marconi com-
P in only the shareholders in
i : British Marconi COmpany
oil,| pro/it by it. Sir Rufus
isaa i never bought any shares
in i a British company, Mr.
I I c orge nev'-r bought
in the British company
d the Master of I libank.
quently, if the British
Marconi company drove a go.id
1) irgain with the British Govern-
ment, which is doubtful, >ir Ru
1 s I acs, Mr. Lloyd ieorge and
th iaster of Elibank could not
p a ly profit thereby, and a
ch ii of c >rruptinn has no i> i-
in fact when levelled againsl
t'"",i.
W at then isa^l th.' fussabosjt?
i' appears that a brother of Sir
Rufti Isaacs is Managing Diree
toi the Marconi Company,
bi I that he went%uri year with
M ircom to America toraise
n* i ipital for the erection of
""v\ stations in the United States
nnd i i the buying out of a<
ompanj there On the
return of Mr. Godfn y Isaacs, ha
brother "I the shares,
and i brother (Sir Rufus ta
1*0,000 ". hen thei w ere
si llin at then highest I le told
Me i iyd (ieorge and the Ma
link thej w ere a good in-
vest i Mil. and assured them thai
BU< h scares would have nothing
to do with the business of the
British company, 'lie y took n
- each from him at the
in. e iie gave for them. Sir Ru
Ins Isaacs has lost over \ to i
ciiiiist.in deal with the I'ost
Office n I by a State con
tracl in tins country."
if
A spe ill meeting of the
Chamber of Commen was con
vened on Monday afternoon to
\1
M inv items, fiitheito voted to
the Board ol Public Works, have
n \ot d to theB aid
ol I lealth, such .is Scavenging
and Street Sw< ping, Si i
VV'nteiin-, 1'ic Market, Slaugh-
tei I louses, Quarantine Station
and the Cl i of Public
Well*, .v
awaits
The Telephone Bill, among
other chance By the fun 1
ing, and changing of the auth r-
its SUggeStS the l!icrc;is.. ,,f
y to the Superintendent of
I rlephones, from 50 to |
lie. I' l< trie Light Bill also
foi its funding, and
if the authority.
'I h P nsi ms Hill make pi
1 foi tie- [lensioninq ol
B ittei y Vttend ml of the E
I ht I department, who will
therea tei I"- styled the second
taut Engineer.
1*0 |iut it bluntly. The Tory
party eve, since the passing of
?he Lloyd George Budget and
tin- Parliament Act has realized
that it can no longer dictate
poh a Liberal Govern-
ment i< in office. They realjse
also that three or four years more dfscuss"the advTsabUitj
of Liberal rule nirans a harden- strabilitv of having compulson
.11-of the constitution into a Inspection of Sisal before ship-
democratic mould, and the pa- menti and of the establishment
sing of measures that will still of a Sisal Exchange
further clip ine privileges classes thathave held Swaj [or members, was appointed, vu:
long m Elgland, rheir fWal Isaiah Sweeting, L. G. Bri
policy has disunited and discour- R. c. Young, E. Y.V.Sulton D
aged them, and how to get the s.. I) Moseley, T. Culmer and
uevernment out they do not John Butler.
know. Theyhavetried iap di The Chamber now
Vls..... and fatle I. Fhej have theii Report.
also tried mud slinging, and so
far have got no results Now Followii ies of
Hie) think they have got hold tin
I dander that can be u nbei of Commerce to'
effectively, and they are w. 1 k lir,- letails for the preparation
ingitforallit is worth. 3ut re- nf oui Exhibits for the Toi
putable Tory journals, according Exhibition this year, for which ,
to what wc have |, t;i u, ,,.,,, ,heV I, eiveda To consider the advisability
tne position ol the 'limes, vote of aoo from the present Item in th* Appropriation Bill for
winch s,ivs that the Ministers session ofthe House of Assembly: P"' dmis ami pIxrinR Bench
involved."Might have exercised Messrs. C. t. Albury, Hon. T. Rtwjmn Square, tin Western Es-
moredelicacyin the selection of n. c. Lofthouse, R. II. Sawyer]
their investments, but mere Dr C. C. Sweeting and William
lack ol judgment is a very differ Hilton,
ent thing from the monstrous **
offences that have been imputed Several Select Comm
to them." in the libel action the House of Assembly reported
brought by the Ministeis against Bills on I'hursday evening. It
the "Mat in," prominent Union 1 therefore likely thai the I louse
ists like Sir Edward Carson and will bi kept busy foi the
Mr. F. E. Smith along with Mr. week or two; among these were
Raymond Asquith were counsel The Liquor Bill, Hie Hoard of
for So Rufus Isaacs, Mr. Lloyd Works Bill, The Board of Health
Georg aad \|r. Herbert Sam Bill, The Lep 1 Bill, The I -
"'I. Light Ihll and the Teleph me
A : ial committee of the Bills. These are noted foi com.
! louse of Commons is investiga- mittal on Monday next,
tin;,' 1 lie subject o| the Marconi
contract and the connection of The Liquor Bill has been re
Ministers therewith. Ami is a ported bach to the lion,, un-
stormycommittee, their.rindings changed bj tne geli ninit-
when thej are made public, tee, bui Mr. Cole, the Chairman,
should settle the controversy for has intimated, to the 1 louse, ins
I billow ine are the noti*
cntlemen appointed by theIces for \\"i!, laid out for the
House 'I Assembly, on Mon
evening :
Select Committee
I I sWi'P! 1II <_
I 1 I th'1 sea slio p north of
lie Eastern Parade
!'. 'Is.
S 01] Mi' 1 il n g And 1 '0 limit In I.
Mi -
A !'i|l| O'l.C lili- In I he s.de nf III.
I.l ,1..
Mr Malcolm -
\ I '.il 1 to consolidate and amend
tin- law elnlin LlerMric Light
ami Eleciiic d ! ne \ .mi 11 |e.
pko rt in Vi .- IV ividence,
A I'h 11 to amend Ph Pensions
A '
It will i" seen by the above
that Or. Swe< tin.:, the Senior
Member for the Eastern District,
is moving in a very important
and n..... 11 v matter, vi/.: the
pun iding 1 f Benches for our
Public R< BOi ts.
Some lime ago Uawson
Square did boast of a few
intention to offer certain amend- 1 benches I ut the Hoard of Public


! !!' T R I i; i N I
WuA,.- 111 its wisdomlh, saw (not death learn
tit to remove them, an present time any one wishingI enlisting man) of (ho
il : a d lounge about tins
place has t resort to the tl
- fi r tl < purpose of
\\ e feel sure thai the I Ion
ourable I louse of As ill
nimously appi
ess irj amount, and w e vish
to offer ourc mgratulations, and
thanks, to the I lon'un
member for his consideration
in the interest of the g< neral
public.
There lias been considerable
nplaint, of late, about the
rl\ have
such Bei vice
in it ai .1 \ v n fit to .tay: "1
I i"\ i Hem !" I
*' tl en rn ic Ii spital Board,
(I of i If,ilt'
mi the I 'i ison Visiting Commit
. and think that I lis I. .
Ii i- acted wisely in m
ing his own tend
of, as hitherto, being "advis
An ei thing lias struck me,
as I have p ,ul and that is the
app 1111:11< :it of a |,-,d\ to the
Board of Education. This I do
Scavenging, Street Watering, notagrei with. It is a new etc., and now that it will be I parture, for this Board at any
d into new hands, we hope rate. One of the former Govei
to see some improvement nor's appointed L dii is Com-
-------- I raissioners to the Hospital, and
The fumityre in the "Mara-J a lady was once appointed as
thou" ho ntlv imported Trustee of the Nassau Public
for "Briggs Sanitorium," has
Library and Reading Room,
h resulted, as *ou
Subscribers electing two
more ladii as a >n on
the appointment.
I he next step will be I,a lv
Professor Briggs w ill leave by Members of the I louse of A
bly, and "won't thai be h -"
Yours thankfully,
SCRIBBLKR.
n bought by the Hon. J. W. which resulted, as^ou know, in
Culmer, who pun the the Subscribers elect..
ling, at Public Auction, a
igo,
the steamer "I lavana" to mor-
row, but he is so much Batisfti d
u ith our climate that he has
expo ssed his determination to
return again shortly and make
pa rations for m \t winter
on.
The 5. s- "Miami" a:
from Ke\ West yesterday with
the foliowrng passengers, and
ed Shortl) aft.awards with
b passengers for Key West.
Mesdames Florie Saunders,
Laura Saunders; Messrs Louis
King,. R II. Curry, Charh
Toms and Sidney S. I lolt.
Mesdames Ingrata Cooper, and
I
Our correspondent might just
as well havg written it as think
it "heaven."- I
Aid,E< Ii: OK
I. >n Ion. 3. riiat public interest
mi the pnl lament* ry Mnrci m in.
i]iin y is f.-1111ol; seefoe | to be >!>-
p irent fi mall gathei ing in
Hi'- com in i I tee room "I the Jh
of commons wlien 'he pr >ceed.
ings w ere resumed tod ly,
Pottmastei i Jem r,d Samuel gaye
et iil -in e. He scored a heavj pmni
Ml I.I- I- \\ |\;r. ) v r \.\ I
\\l\l \L
A^^|W^| The world owes lis 1|S.
fJ5rV- jm satisfied people, and the i '.it ol .,- of
V^^iJ theGoddessof Liberty should be : "0
fi 'Id bloody, the kicking muh- ramp int
We owe our national freedom to a number of dissatisfied
genttemi n vho held confo st tea party ; and o ir B l
friends we theirs to a hunch "I sure footed hybrids who di i
nol ipprove of King John's plan ol running a government by
\ restless fellow dis :overe I th New W irld, and a pr* I -nl
person who had become tii d >f paying $3.75 to send a letter
fio-.ii Philadelphia to New York started the post offi
1 I'is..Dier, the Rebel and the Insurgenl hive been the
:,\ since the world began: and the hat] kicker
is ii,|,- to pull a heavy load meetsd it!' an I ilu w\\ while
hi 1 ah >mes saint and hero when the world
come old enough to understand him.
The m- re c mplain*r is a nuisance, and th 1 pessi nisi w in
has nothing to propose is not worth the cubic space he occu-
pies ; but the saviors of the world ire itsGhrists, it* Luthers, its
('1 imwells, its Edisons, its Froebels and its La Folletti
are able to kirk and pull at the same time.
Eunice Williams; Messrs Howell I when questioned by Mr. I'errell
Saunders and WiUard Cooper
I i< Ward Liner "Ilavana" i<
I to arrn e fro n I lavana
tomorrow for passengers for New
York.
with the object c.f showing that
the \outu-.i0 Marconi Company
could obtain die right to srecl n
s'at inn in 1 in* 1'>unti\ 1 inly by the
Hi of 1 he postmastei general.
Mi Samuel pi duced an 1 free.
nient with the Marconi Interna-
tional Wireless Company, made
bv Lord Stanley in 1904 by viriure
[he Mail Steamer "Vigilan of which the existing stations at
teamed from New York at Cliffden and Poldhu were licensed.
1 lock yesterdaj with 9 pas-
sengers and 58 -o barrels freight
for Nassau.
THE PUBLIC BOARD*.
>f the Tribune
To thp I'.dil' n
Dear Sir:
I have been reading the noti-
ces of the members of the Public vjate
Hoards, and bave drawn the Mr. Samuel has promised to re-
conclusion that our new Govi r- ply tomorrow toa question whe-
Tlie agreement was fu fifteen
ye i~.
Mi. Samuel closed Ins evidence
won ihe significant warning "If
at some latei date it is found that
grave injury had been done ie im-
perial n.ii rests by this delay in
constructing v fleas nations, my
duty is in make cleat that I left
mill'me nothing I could do to ob-
lliei he considers thai the govern-]
; me.ni contract with th M 1 1
'. 11 npain Mill holds gcx d notwith-
st ind ing the romp my s nol
tion of in cancellation)'
West P ilm Bench, 3. Tie
1 dnion "I 11 in v M. Plagler is mu h
impr< >\ ed to day.
London, 3 In moving the see-
' iiiill rending of the bill to deal with
recalcitrant suffragettes yesterday
in the I louse of Commons I lo.ne
s. retnry McKenna mentioned
publicity as the keynote of the
' militant propaganda.
The snffi igettesconnot complain
of lack of puhlicil 1 to day, for
en 1 a 01 us 111.'in columns of the news
P ipers n Bl with their doings,
, I- nst is Mrs Pankhursts trial at the
' lid Bailey and then the debate in
Jin Parliament on Mi McKenna's
, bill.
Mr. Ki-nna proposes to release
; hunger strikers on licenses as soon
as they are in danger of tot d col-
! lapse, and to re-orest them on
llirir recovery, repeating the pro.
cess as often as is necessary to
Compel them to serve their full
sentences in prison,
London, 3.The White Star
liner Olympia left Southampton
iy on her fi st trip foi New
York since she was fitted with the
double sieel bottom and addition*
,il bulkheads that are de :l ired by
hei owners to make her imsink-
ahle.
Cettinge, 3, >G r it Tarabosch
. which for months has hi Id
1 he allies olT Scutari, is now prac
tic illy in the hands of the Monte*
negrans, thanks to the sacrifice of
10 I'Sinl) throwertf eveiy one of
whom lost his life ill a last despe-
rate elfort to clear the way to the
town, lor the possession ol which
Montengro is i.,Myt" give up
every thing.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Imported Pine Sponge Staves
MACHINE MADE.
CURTAIN POLKS. PLAIN and
STAINED, ALL LENGTHS.
I & I ROUND FOR TRIMMING
PL MN |OU SAWING
OF ALL DESCRIPTION.
00
CIIEAPFR THAN HAND
LABOR.
G. E. M AY E R
East Bay street, Near Cot mella.
FOUND on Bay St.Gents
11,ild Sl engraved C. W. II. owner can see
it at Tribune >in e,
IT


r.
THE T R I B U N I
Lumber & Shingles
JUST Received per Schooner
Roberts *nd Russells" from
St. Junei City. Florida., a full
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
ties:
\{ x 10 and 12, l\ x 10 and 12
of 20 ft. lengths and upwards
as a specialty.
We have opened up a trade with
the above fort m tins commodity.
i rs would do well to see in
before purchasing elsewhere.
And are also Snippers ol Sisal.
CHAS. J. KELLY & BRo!
Notice
IN future an> person wishing to
u<> i" Wilson City, Abac by
. ... \ Imiral Dewey" will
have to puichase a ticket at the
.if ihe Company.
Positively NO PASSENGERS
will iic tnken without a ticket.
THE BAHAMAS TIMBER 1
( ( IMP ANY, MMIl BD.
AKI illJR B. SUTTON
No. 10 East Stteet. Man
FOUND.
ON Bay-street, about a week
go, opposite my brother's
store, The Metropolitan" a quan-
tity of Tobacco. Ownercan have
same by proving property and pay
ing expenses.
D. S. POWELL.
April 3, (913,
LOST.
ON Bay St. between Hay St.
11 (1 Victoria Ave.
A G I.I) CHAIN.
Finder will be rewarded if "Tri-
bune Office'" is notified.
STOLEN.
C*R0M Sch. onei A.M.B., Frid j
* or Saturday mghi 1 rte w
ii iwserand Anchor, also part of
anotbei I law seri
LOS I.
I 7 R< 'M scboouei >. B. Elm wood
* last night, Wednesday, 2nd,
one 10 ft. boat ma: ked \\ ,N.
Suitable K< ward il found.
\|i|il\" to
W. B. NOR1 ll.
Market Range.
CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
C rpentti and Papei Hangi r,
7V" rkwi 9, '' i". 11. i - !cet,
al. ij on h nid, 1 ithet
built to order.
Native Made (Jart10, II, 12 feet,
always on band. Orders for
larger sizes or l#l^e quantities*
will receive prompt attention.
Paper Hanging.
Satttfai lion Guqranti
Armstrong street (Hawkins Hill.)
NO Tit h
L I "'MIS is to inform my Patrons
J ami the- Public in < ieneral
tb .1 I have opi ned my Public
Black Smith Sliop; and am now
ieady to do anything in the line ol
Geneial repair or new work Horse
Shoeing specially. All work done
Mechanical!).
P. A. Huyl. .
453 Baj street. Last (vVharf)
Clifton Hotel.
in, A i'. Bahamas
OPEN Ii IK THE SEASi l J,
November 21m, 1911.
With all inodei 11 imp'oveini ills
KYI h-> $2.50 and upwards
1 ' i nl S< 1 \ ice.
RDWARD SAUNDFRS.
Minager
FOR HIKE.
A six ROOM DWELLING
I lid SE w ith bath room at-
tached and all out door conven-
- including a Tank.
East Street, South, opposite
Nassau Priso...
Apph to
JOS. LAING
Blue HillSt. South
ANNA E. RAE.
PROPRIETRESS OF
The Vogue and A'u Bon Marche
Stores.
Th# Lmcn Store
Closing Sale of Seasons Good*.
High Class uoods .n very reduced
prices.
Beautiful ln-.li Laces and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hals, exquisite degi|;ns
Ueishe. Crepes viili Lace* 10
match. Irish Hund Em-
broidered Robes and Waitts 25
per cent off. Irish Lmena,
While &nd Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
PLACE YOUR ORDER
QUICK AS WE GET FROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
Coll.11 and I lames. Tan Colour,
11.use or Pony size Web Harness.
Call at Store and see Sample Har- \
ness m use.
P. ice delivered inNassau I reight
and Duty Paid 30/-
Wil I need jo uays to (If 1\Vi 1.
C. O. Ii." C. C. SAl \DI RS
East Bay St.
Nassau N. P.
Lh.df- Cutlery
,1 : nc assortment ul :
RAZl )KS
Table Knives
i'01 kel Knives
Butcher Knives
I a ead Knivi
Carving Sets in *. asee.
and
SCISSORS.
for sale bv
Chas. E Albury.
Wl'. would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on hand an extensive Stock ol II WAN \ CIG \K'S. We
guarantee 4iur brand to be made Of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on nur premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to prodia e an article of superior quxhty.
1 he success we have met with in tin' past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L. s\l NDERS A Co.
Bar'Street
Cheap
and
*.-
Good v
A
POLISH
YOU 'A\ USE
WITH I HE
UTMOST
CONFIDENCE
Among' the Families
of STOUT

Meuxs Stout
Light and Nourishing.
> tm4
V.
11
0 <-
B 2|
O ts
w V.
** S.'
nil. OLDEST Wl) \LW\VS HAS THE LEAD
For Result Advertise
in The "Tribune


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