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THE TRIBUNE Bailey. One of the militant ^lers in a statement to a Stand. ,repoi let said: luman life will now we have lived, he respected ni> longer, ftrouble of all s,nts may now Ktpected" [Hamburg, 5.—Tie Hamburg %  penc-an liner Vaterland, the largest vessel in the world, five gtusand Ions bigger than the Imitator, was launched here to-day pndon, 5.—Delegates from the f el historical studies. All the best Known learned in. lotions of ihe British Isles co. Operated in the welcome extended |to the visiting delegates. 'I he 1 ongress is under the patronage of King George. Paris, 5 —The greatest and new. 6S ol C.erman airships is j n the W* >l the French. The z. 4., the Rpioduct of Count Zeppelin's •hips works, left it? shed this PBrning with a government omission aboard. It travelled to. I the French frontier and BC to French witnesses folline ol French forts from Yortb. %  I OSt ils way in the mist, and ended among French calvary the parade ground of the French Press of Lunev.lle. It was in. kiitiv surr, uncled by the troops *i forma Uj seized. [London, 5.—The suffragettes pn.mu.ng their Campaign of re Jiion against the sentence of --• fankhurst, to-nighlsucceeded roestroying another large country >usebv fire. The residence situat. n t Un.rleywood, Buckingham. %  '''*, as 1 cupi.-d. ^um!!' ,e / '" 1U y b,a ,ions *"<" annels are being pat.oiled to ore. rt £. n mi ""—'> from dam,,,.,,. interesting experiment. He has j boldly reverted to the scholar dip. lomat as the type of man most qualified to represent the United States abroad. In doing so he has paid a silent but striking compliment to the good sense of the British people. He has assumed that what most value in an American Ambassador is not his wealth but his personality and Ins achievements and the extent to whi, h he brings with him the true flavour of American life." Lumber & Shingles J UST Received per Schooner "Roberta e.nd Russells" from St. James City. Florida., a. full assortment of Lumber and Shingles : ij x 10 and 12, i| x 10 and 12 of 23 ft. lengths and upwards, as a specialty. We have opened up a trade with the above Fort in this commodity. Buyers would do well to see us before purchasing elsewhere. And are also Shippers of Sisal. CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO. Notice I N future any person wishing to go to Wilson City, Abaco bv the s. s. "Admiral Dewey" will have to puicba.se a ticket at the office of ihe Company. Positive^ NO PAS s conference of the log experses. s r"'" rs S M ;,t ""foreign D. s. POWELL --^ %  atthereplv ,,,,, April 3. I0. 3 Closing Sale of Seasons Goods. HI||K Class dm.,!'. M very reduced prices. Bee.uiif\j| lri>h Le %  %  and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs Geisha. Crepes wiih Laces to match. Irish Hn.nd Embroidered Roiies and Waits 2 5 per cent off. Irish Linens, White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. LOST. O N Bay St. between Hay St. and Victoria Ave. A GOLD CHAIN. Finder will be rewarded if" Tribune (Klice" is notified. Wll >LESALE ft RETAIL Imported Pine Sponge Staves MACHINE MADE. CURTAIN POLES, PLAIN and STAINED, ALL LENGTHS. 1 & \ ROUND you rRIMMING PL UN [OB SAWING Of ALL DESCPrPI Ii IN. 10 %  CHEAPER Hi W 11 \\i LABOR. G. E. M A V E R Eoti 'Bay street. Neat CotoneHa. F 1 'I ND "ii Has St. -Cents Gold Sleeve links with letter! ived C, W. II. owner can see it at Tribuns Office. CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN London, 5.-The Nation, weekly paper, thi week deals ai kagth with the "Interesting exoe. l.olar dip on.af, ,vh lch Presi aent WiKon has made in his ar, pomtment of Wtlta, H. Paw is jar t o ihc -^Ss" I'H's.dent Wilson has made an I FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING HOUSE with bath room attached and all out door convenience! including a Tank. Easj Street, South, opposite Nassau Prisoti. Apply to JOS. LAING Blue Hill St. South Carpenter and Rape, Haogftr. Open Jioats — 9, ,,!, 10, II, 1^ feet, always on hand. Other sizes built to order. Nath v Made Van—to, II, 12 feet, always on hand. Oiders for larger sizes or large quantities will receive prompt attention. / 'aptr Hanging. Satisfaction Guaranti Aimstiong street (Hawkins Hill.) N or 1 c E. T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public m General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in tliline ol General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Huyler, 453 Bay Street. East (Wharf) PLACE YOUR ORDER QUICK AS WE GET FROM FACTORY. S INGLE Breast Collar, and ( oil ar mid Names, Tan Colour, Horse or Pony size Web Harness. Call at Store and see Sample llarneas in use. P.ice delivered in Nassau Freight and Duty Paid 30/\Y:ll need 30 days to deliver C. O. D. C. C.SAUNDERS. East Bay St. Nassau N, P, Sheffield Cutlery a fine assortment of: R IZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in Cases. and SCISSORS. for sale bv Chas. E. Albury



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Nulllus nddii tus |virare in verba me.iatri. Beif\H bound lo mcivr 10 the Uo|mM of no Muster. VOL. X. ;NO.SSU. N. P.. Bahairms. Monday. April 7. 1913. No. 114 LEON K. H. DUPl'CH, F.Dir.lK ASU Pu.iPHIt IUB 0) o pfl 7) 0) u a) S K OFFICE • |8 H MAItKKT STRBKT NMWU N. P., BAHAMA*. I", o. Box PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday and Friday — single ropy ... Jd. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— single copy ... ... id. Weekly 4 }d Monthly ... is. 4d Quarterly 4 . Hall Yearlv ... 6*. •Veiny ... ... it PAYAHI.I' IN ADVAM I. Advertising Rates: Six pence pel LilM for (ir->t insertion three penca per line for aacond insertion; and one paai | line fur aubeequenl insertions, Advertisements under eight lines 4s. I InS, S. "Havana" with 128 passengers in transit foi New York, fioni Havana called <>II tlie port yesterday evening and embarking 69 first 15 intermediate 8 second class passengers pm %  1 f the remaining tourists for the se ion, .1 his is the last 'rip tli.it will be made by this boat tins year, J Dr. A. T. W. Jnlmson.of Harbour Island arrived yesterday by the s:hooner "Kate Stursup,' and will spend a few days m the City. tf I lie British schooner "Roberts and Russell" is taking another load "I Sisal, mostly hand de.nn .1 to the "Sisal, Hemp and Develop, merit Co.." ol St. James City, Florida. Fifty bales of machine cleaned fibre will also be shipped by her. J The Rev-. P. D. Y Brace, Rector of St. John's Church, Dumnore Town, Harbour Island, was a patsengei by the mail scnooner"l)art" yesterday. "GOVERNS! I N r NOTICES." A Circular despatch with reference to the International Maritime Conventions of 23rd Sep. 1910 has beer, published. R. II. Curry Esq. lias been ap pointed Acting Chairman of the Hoard of Public Works during the absence nl the l Ion. W. Hart Bennett C. M. G. Foreign Mails per Mail Staan er "Vi^ilancia" will be closed on Fri da) 1 ith at 10 o'clock a. m. Intei ii-ulir Mails for F.leuthera, Audio,. \|, 11 Bxum 1. Ilarbour I, Spanish Wells, Long I, Ragged I, Grand Bahama, Biminis, Whale v B) and I'env Island will be made up and closed on Friday nth at 2 o'clock p. in. Nassau. N. P. 6th April 1913. Editor Tribune Sir: — I do not think myself justified in Complaining about the Police authorities when my grievance has Dot been brought to their notice. There is at present in Fast Street South a rabble crowd who style themselves the holy jumpers, they are the most profane an 1 idiotic set of men and women ever produced in these isles; the nuisance caused by these people is not i nl\ trouhlesome and annoying to people residing in the neighbourhood especially (he sick ones but the blasphemy is contrary to the laws ol God and man tbiougb the dead hours of night their voices can be heard in most startling manner. I hope sir the police may tni' 1 it within their province (o put a check upon these proceedings, and to warn the promoters of this fetish assembly to put a stop to their mal.practices, or find tbe.n selves over in the pine-bairen away from the abode of mankind, I a.-n 1 1 rtain the wildest man in Africa to-day is not as barbaric in his religion as is this set of fanatical numskulls. Trusting Mr. Editor that something may be done to relieve us of this provoking nuisance. I am sir, Yours truly SUFFERER. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT. March 31st.—Joshua Raker and James Pinder—Fighting in St.— Roker bound in his own recogiM zance m £5 to appear for sentence within 3 months if called upon. Finder fined 10s. or S days imprisonment. /."phaniah Gibson— I'sing language in the heaimg of persons in the neighborhood towaids Mary Jane Chipman tending to a breach of the peace — 10s. and 4s. costs or 8 days. Geo. Thompson — Breach Sponge and Turtle Fisheries Act 190"-,— Ordered to proceed on the voyage for which he had signed. April 1st.—George McKinney— I'sing indecent language in St.— Dismissed. Isaac Poitier —Breach St. Traffic Rules2s. 6d. Clotilda Johnson — Breach Health Act—6s. or 5 days. Austin Duncombe—Using language in the public St. towards Clotilda Johnson tending to a breach of the peace—10s. and 3s. 6d. costs 01 8 strokes. John Robins'—Assaulting and beating Elizabeth Smith—36s. 6d. and 3s. 6d. costs or 30 clays. John Da.rell— Using language in St. towards Matilda McNeil.I — lending to a breach of tha> peace —Dismissed. • 2.—John Armbrister — Breach Cab Act—10s. or 8 days. 3 —Ethel Rolls — I'sing language in St. towards Victoria Burnside —tending to a breach of the peace — 12s. and 3s. 6d costs or 10 days. Elisha Roker—Breach Cattle Act—2S. Anna McKenzie—Wandering at large and deemed to be a lunatic —Sent to the Hospital to be dealt with under the Lunacy Act of 1 ft i'' 5.—Erskine Cockburn and David Smith—Fighting in St.—Cockburn fined 16s. or 14 days. Smilh —Dismissed with a caution. CABLEGRAMS J April 9th 1913. London, 5.—Enraged Bl the sentence of three years penal servitude passed on Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst yesterday, the suffragette* are now threatening they will no Ion ger respect human Hie. When the sentence was announcd there was a riotons scene in the J 1


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Nulllus nddii tus |virare in verba me.iatri.
Beif\H bound lo mcivr 10 the Uo|mM of no Muster.
VOL. X.
;No.ssu. N. P.. Bahairms. Monday. April 7. 1913.
No. 114
LEON K. H. DUPl'CH,
F.Dir.lK ASU Pu.iPHIt IUB
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OFFICE |8 h MAItKKT STRBKT
Nmwu N. P., Bahama*.
I", o. Box
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single ropy ..... ... Jd.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy ... ... id.
Weekly ........4}d
Monthly ... is. 4d
Quarterly ........4.
Hall Yearlv ... 6*.
Veiny ... ... it
PAYAHI.I' IN ADVAM I.
Advertising Rates: Six pence pel LilM
for (ir->t insertion three penca per line
for aacond insertion; and one paai |
line fur aubeequenl insertions,
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
I In- S, S. "Havana" with 128
passengers in transit foi New York,
fioni Havana called <>II tlie port
yesterday evening and embarking
69 first 15 intermediate 8 second
class passengers pm 1 York.
The steamer "Havana" was late
in arriving from Cuba yeati lay,
which necessitated the transfer ol
passengers after dark. She took
away nearl) all <>f the remaining
tourists for the se ion, .1 his is the
last 'rip tli.it will be made by this
boat tins year,
j
Dr. A. T. W. Jnlmson.of Harbour
Island arrived yesterday by the
s:hooner "Kate Stursup,' and will
spend a few days m the City.
tf
I lie British schooner "Roberts
and Russell" is taking another
load "I Sisal, mostly hand de.nn .1
to the "Sisal, Hemp and Develop,
merit Co.." ol St. James City, Flori-
da. Fifty bales of machine cleaned
fibre will also be shipped by her.
J
The Rev-. P. D. Y Brace, Rector
of St. John's Church, Dumnore
Town, Harbour Island, was a pat-
sengei by the mail scnooner"l)art"
yesterday.
"GOVERNS! I N r NOTICES."
A Circular despatch with refer-
ence to the International Maritime
Conventions of 23rd Sep. 1910 has
beer, published.
R. II. Curry Esq. lias been ap
pointed Acting Chairman of the
Hoard of Public Works during the
absence nl the l Ion. W. Hart Ben-
nett C. M. G.
Foreign Mails per Mail Staan er
"Vi^ilancia" will be closed on Fri
da) 1 ith at 10 o'clock a. m.
Intei ii-ulir Mails for F.leuthera,
Audio,. \|, 11 Bxum 1. Ilarbour I,
Spanish Wells, Long I, Ragged I,
Grand Bahama, Biminis, Whale
v B) and I'env Island will be made
up and closed on Friday nth at 2
o'clock p. in.
Nassau. N. P.
6th April 1913.
Editor Tribune
Sir:
I do not think myself justified in
Complaining about the Police au-
thorities when my grievance
has Dot been brought to their
notice. There is at present in Fast
Street South a rabble crowd who
style themselves the holy jumpers,
they are the most profane an 1
idiotic set of men and women ever
produced in these isles; the nuisance
caused by these people is not
i nl\ trouhlesome and annoying to
people residing in the neighbour-
hood especially (he sick ones but
the blasphemy is contrary to the
laws ol God and man tbiougb the
dead hours of night their voices
can be heard in most startling
manner. I hope sir the police may
tni' 1 it within their province (o put
a check upon these proceedings,
and to warn the promoters of this
fetish assembly to put a stop to
their mal.practices, or find tbe.n
selves over in the pine-bairen away
from the abode of mankind, I a.-n
1 1 rtain the wildest man in Africa
to-day is not as barbaric in his re-
ligion as is this set of fanatical
numskulls.
Trusting Mr. Editor that some-
thing may be done to relieve us of
this provoking nuisance.
I am sir,
Yours truly
SUFFERER.
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT.
March 31st.Joshua Raker and
James PinderFighting in St.
Roker bound in his own recogiM
zance m 5 to appear for sentence
within 3 months if called upon.
Finder fined 10s. or S days impri-
sonment.
/."phaniah GibsonI'sing lan-
guage in the heaimg of persons in
the neighborhood towaids Mary
Jane Chipman tending to a breach
of the peace 10s. and 4s. costs or
8 days.
Geo. Thompson Breach Sponge
and Turtle Fisheries Act 190"-,
Ordered to proceed on the voyage
for which he had signed.
April 1st.George McKinney
I'sing indecent language in St.
Dismissed.
Isaac Poitier Breach St. Traffic
Rules- 2s. 6d.
Clotilda Johnson Breach
Health Act6s. or 5 days.
Austin DuncombeUsing lan-
guage in the public St. towards
Clotilda Johnson tending to a
breach of the peace10s. and 3s.
6d. costs 01 8 strokes.
John Robins'Assaulting and
beating Elizabeth Smith36s. 6d.
and 3s. 6d. costs or 30 clays.
John Da.rell Using language
in St. towards Matilda McNeil.I
lending to a breach of tha> peace
Dismissed.
2.John Armbrister Breach
Cab Act10s. or 8 days.
3 Ethel Rolls I'sing language
in St. towards Victoria Burnside
tending to a breach of the peace
12s. and 3s. 6d costs or 10 days.
Elisha RokerBreach Cattle
Act2S.
Anna McKenzieWandering at
large and deemed to be a lunatic
Sent to the Hospital to be dealt
with under the Lunacy Act of
1 ft i''
5.Erskine Cockburn and David
SmithFighting in St.Cockburn
fined 16s. or 14 days. Smilh Dis-
missed with a caution.
CABLEGRAMS
J
April 9th 1913.
London, 5.Enraged Bl the sen-
tence of three years penal servitude
passed on Mrs. Emmeline Pank-
hurst yesterday, the suffragette* are
now threatening they will no Ion
ger respect human Hie.
When the sentence was announc-
d there was a riotons scene in the
J
*
1


THE TRIBUNE
Bailey. One of the militant
^lers in a statement to a Stand.
,repoi let said:
luman life will now we have
lived, he respected ni> longer,
ftrouble of all s,nts may now
Ktpected"
[Hamburg, 5.Tie Hamburg
penc-an liner Vaterland, the lar-
gest vessel in the world, five
gtusand Ions bigger than the Im-
itator, was launched here to-day
pndon, 5.Delegates from the
fe ja, Russia, and Britain and her
[ ns met here to tlav for a
Its session of the international
tress <>l historical studies.
All the best Known learned in.
lotions of ihe British Isles co.
Operated in the welcome extended
|to the visiting delegates.
'I he 1 ongress is under the patron-
age of King George.
Paris, 5 The greatest and new.
6S ol C.erman airships is jn the
W* >l the French. The z. 4., the
Rpioduct of Count Zeppelin's
hips works, left it? shed this
PBrning with a government om-
ission aboard. It travelled to.
I the French frontier and bc
to French witnesses fol-
line ol French forts from
Yortb.
I OSt ils way in the mist, and
ended among French calvary
the parade ground of the French
Press of Lunev.lle. It was in.
kiitiv surr, uncled by the troops
*i forma Uj seized.
[London, 5.The suffragettes
pn.mu.ng their Campaign of re
Jiion against the sentence of
-- fankhurst, to-nighlsucceeded
roestroying another large country
>usebv fire. The residence situat.
n t Un.rleywood, Buckingham.
"'''*, as 1....., cupi.-d.
^um!!' ",e/'"1U"y b,a",ions *"<"
annels are being pat.oiled to ore.
rt.nmi ""'> from dam,,,.,,.
interesting experiment. He has
j boldly reverted to the scholar dip.
lomat as the type of man most
qualified to represent the United
States abroad. In doing so he has
paid a silent but striking compli-
ment to the good sense of the Bri-
tish people. He has assumed that
what most value in an American
Ambassador is not his wealth but
his personality and Ins achieve-
ments and the extent to whi, h he
brings with him the true flavour
of American life."
Lumber & Shingles
JUST Received per Schooner
"Roberta e.nd Russells" from
St. James City. Florida., a. full
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
gles :
ij x 10 and 12, i| x 10 and 12
of 23 ft. lengths and upwards,
as a specialty.
We have opened up a trade with
the above Fort in this commodity.
Buyers would do well to see us
before purchasing elsewhere.
And are also Shippers of Sisal.
CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.
Notice
IN future any person wishing to
go to Wilson City, Abaco bv
the s. s. "Admiral Dewey" will
have to puicba.se a ticket at the
office of ihe Company.
Positive^ NO PAS will be taken without a ticket,
THE BAHAMAS TIMBER
COMPANY, LIMITED
ARTHUR B. SUTTON
No. 10 East stieet. Manager
stolen!
PROM Schooner A.M.B., Fridaj
-1 or Saturday night -1 new
Hawser and Anchor, also p ut ol
another I lav ser.
LOST.
T7ROM schoonei S. It. Elmwood
1 laat night, Wednesday, 2nd,
one to ft. boatmarked \V".\.
Suitable Reward if found.
Vpply to
W. B. NORTH,
Market Range.
Id. WISE, FOOLISH.
In housekeeping, as in other things in life,
one should look ahead. Do not be induced
to spend a few pence less
to-day on buying Soap of an
inferior quality which will t^*-jZ3s\
ultimately cost shillings, and ^-/V"<^
even pounds, in ruined House-
hold linen and clothes. This is
not economy. True economy
is to use a pure Soap.
Sunlight Soap
is pure,
USE IT, and preserve your
clothes and household linen.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, *i
Port Sunlight, England.
nu
ANNA
PROPRI
E. RAE.
I RESS OF
The Vogue andAu BonMarche
Stores.
Th Linan "ifme
FOUND.
ON' Bay-street, about a week
ago, opp,,Mte
mv brother's
'London ,5 .-It having come to
'e,h' ^'* powers thai
' ;< "jar. allies had decided not .
of t , : r;|,lv ,o ,he st""''" he m*wpohi.... a qua,,.
dors u 11 % y '"" amb"ssa U,y of Tob. < ?wnercan Have
decided ;!"'"' ,s JKn,il was same by piovmg property and pay
ml '"<<;'> s conference of the log experses.
" sr"'"rs SM ;,t ""foreign D. s. POWELL
--^atthereplv-,,,,, April 3. I0.3.
Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
HI||K Class dm.,!'. M very reduced
prices.
Bee.uiif\j| lri>h Le and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs
Geisha. Crepes wiih Laces to
match. Irish Hn.nd Em-
broidered Roiies and Waits 2 5
per cent off. Irish Linens,
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
LOST.
ON Bay St. between Hay St.
and Victoria Ave.
a gold chain.
Finder will be rewarded if" Tri-
bune (Klice" is notified.
Wll >LESALE ft RETAIL
Imported Pine Sponge Staves
MACHINE MADE.
CURTAIN POLES, PLAIN and
STAINED, ALL LENGTHS.
1 & \ ROUND you rRIMMING
PL UN [OB SAWING
Of ALL DESCPrPI Ii IN.
10
CHEAPER Hi W 11 \\i
LABOR.
G. E. M A V E R
Eoti 'Bay street. Neat CotoneHa.
F'1 'I ND "ii Has St. -Cents
Gold Sleeve links with letter!
ived C, W. II. owner can see
it at Tribuns Office.
CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
London, 5.-The Nation, .
weekly paper, thi week deals ai
kagth with the "Interesting exoe.
' l.olar dip on.af, ,vhlch Presi.
aent WiKon has made in his ar,
pomtment of Wtlta, H. Paw is
jar-"to ihc -^Ss"
I'H's.dent Wilson has made
an
I
FOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE with bath room at-
tached and all out door conven-
ience! including a Tank.
Easj Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prisoti.
Apply to
JOS. LAING
Blue Hill St. South
Carpenter and Rape, Haogftr.
Open Jioats 9, ,,!, 10, II, 1^ feet,
always on hand. Other sizes
built to order.
Nathv Made Vanto, ii, 12 feet,
always on hand. Oiders for
larger sizes or large quantities
will receive prompt attention.
/ 'aptr Hanging.
Satisfaction Guaranti
Aimstiong street (Hawkins Hill.)
N or 1 c E.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public m General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in tli- line ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huyler,
453 Bay Street. East (Wharf)
PLACE YOUR ORDER
QUICK AS WE GET FROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
( oil ar mid Names, Tan Colour,
Horse or Pony size Web Harness.
Call at Store and see Sample llar-
neas in use.
P.ice delivered in Nassau Freight
and Duty Paid 30/-
\Y:ll need 30 days to deliver
C. O. D. C. C.SAUNDERS.
East Bay St.
Nassau N, P,
Shef-
field
Cutlery
a fine assortment of:
R IZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases.
and
SCISSORS.
for sale bv
Chas. E. Albury


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