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THE T R I B I" N !•: \Tbe tribune Tuesday April , 191V The news that the latest Zeppelin airship got lost in a fog and came down on the French side of the froutiei to lie captured by French soldiers is grai e. -e the incident may wit! ut a conflict, but, of that we cannot feel sure. Two uld cause war: (i) The i Nation is in an excited :ondition, because of the pro1 V I German army increase; and tl %  on ol roincare as France shows that uarters a strong man is f the helm who would i he afraid of a strong policy I i< imany. (2) This airuting al >ng the borrs of France with nflfi ard when she went, bv a< ci machines, under present conditions, cannot do very much damin war. They are 1 ed to tl> too high to take minute observations, and, from In ight, dropping bombs is only a matter of chance. The announcement "I am the I delivery on the jrd inst of the Governor" after that, would Bill passed the House^on the rrt>t have the effect it has to-day. loth ult. and Tl \ tes of InThe thing is preposterous F, \*. MartinezEsq. the Prince of Commercial Representatives, left here t<> day per S. S. "Vigi lancia" for I lavana. The Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" arrived early this m n inn;, from New York, bringing tie following pa 1 : Mesdames \melia Cash ai Lov. 11 l "Familiarity breeds contempt" is an adage containing a mine of truth and wealth of wisdom. Now hi re is the truth and wisdom of this adage mon strictly observed, and guardi d against than in the Navy and Phyllis Lovell; Mr. William C. may of England; a Midship*'Cash: Rev'ds Wilfrei man may be a Lord and thejand Harold Wei gall. Captain a tallow chandler's Mi--, Rosa Vmoury; Vies son, but there are no f; liariThomas Amnury, Urban ties except on special social ocKnowles and foslburn casions ; then is no su< h thing Robi as the Mids upman w a |< ing into the abin el his The r "L>ui own swi • • ht • from Miami w ith ise 1 Capl tl.e follow about tie Ward room "Hail-1 Miw I • Ineraham; Mes. Fellow well f with it! il,' dam. %  ers : or h HI.; around the Gun Ingrahai /. Iia Rolli I and Robit I' thel llolhrrt I 1 her with 11 Idies n 1 tl pn R I Lillian Edwards; veil to all dis 1 1 tiii • e Mr—is Louis Ins Mired Army maintains thi* difference Rolle, Joseph Robins, Israel %  '''• %  '" %  %  i i -!'•"• %  %  0 f rank on similar, though not Dames. Th. di mnily agrei d to bj the I lous on the 27th and th ult 1 lively to the Honourable the lative Council. Tiefollowing Questions and answers by Mr. Johnson and Mi. S mds 1 wen ordered to be printed. Questions by Mr. W. (' Ii. Johnson : 1. Have any Com mi 1 appointed undi 1 the autl t v of th 0 Islands A Iministi 1 lion Act : ned in of a district foi .1 In II 1 years and threi • 2. I hat has causa d the 0 %  vention of & 8 Ed. 7 inapt 'etion 1 2 1 a 1 so rigid lines, the discipline of I Cartwright. Edward the tnreatei m %  clouds th tl g they an wo count] 1 5 11 was a pro .live thing to m iki tins trip t hik wav. hall await anxiously tl e 1 in 1 Ii which ar ier any may Fe< I tl I /" % %  tand the financial 10' '• .id the allies 1 rou 111 rs 11 3 exei hie inlli. 1 the ain at the critical mum. nt. >• ips have made itisli people nervous of late, (I they havi need d s >n %  thing cling that ibled them. The 11 ay. a arm) navy. We think to dignity of the s ne\ 1 : • V'anie. Max I'ui nquest, Alfred ; Beth< I, Join-, Thi im|>s HI, I MMi" mi • e I ; '' vater, SA B< n office of 1 1 %  1 MI 1 Flowers, Nicholas Daniel, Governor and to | e\e '.11) of a feeling of misti suspicion of lity, and appearai it is absolutely m that such "aloofm i tin • ol a Naval Captai • ay, of an Admiral should I maintained, bj a Governor, and it would %  Ii s \ndei si 'ii. Robert J 1 1 \!a\ 1 I,. I: hard ( Thin 11. Sa iu I .' %  ell. 1 taniel Johnson, lizo Bethel, Rolx rt I > %  I il K la Randall ders, S\ Iva.ius Smith, \ th niel Lavi William Join -on, Alfn i 1 Colonel Seek', the Mini" of W'a..n tkis subject P any ,d,vi ""'-" 'uldcalm-* good deal of this *•>. or collective members ol Daniel B i muel Mo •itpfji ;inv 1-IUD, Lotrie or ( liqi %  • • union M Ri ubi n Pnx. Herhowd that much unsus'' X| ', r! / G 1 0Ver 01 with anj re-jG i >.' uel I cted work has beenOdnne l>v T'"5 '"' e British authorities dun >e past twelw n ths, with the '""'" di K nitatem • suit that Britain is in a )i favourable posit e m %  rds air i rafl than was thought be possible \!: fearfully alarmist i he Februar; "R %  R hip therein, it issinmh Ge I ffre\ Cai n||, •i |i ieph (j I. ones Know les, step would end I %  T "" i "' 1 ; nt I • d the community W e are sure il tl talk on an tern srhi tin street about Yacht "Spe< dwell' don-Smith I %  Crew of 24, arrived yi tei Cr I bib all pews on tliif mbji W think that i %  Ml ,l rst I if if j t The Clu '""''•' %  with the ii iei 1 ni ;,| the 11 •. o| 1 invilie, Fla di and Mrs Vail, Miss Vail and maid, Mr I I. Vail and Valet he m : t The 1 "" board. -, '' [l with Housed Asse.nbh \„ r. e 1 Tl Tl.ursdav evening •' Lnndo %  \ ? Why is 1 ner Foi syth 1 fiom the district I I %  n. hv nig on I) bi "a tin iod month 1 nissioner -a ni riol "ii sent to 0 tri : Fn Ii Creek as lb; theGo ei not in C' I Ion las, P Sand-: 1 Yes. %  hi terms "l Mr |. S ht. SJ '. dor. and M, [ %  || \| Kennev at I there I 1st March .'. I'itlii iil'y was exiiei iencsuitable mi r lor 1 • inslei nf mil the -hi. chart ih 'i. sail from S'assnu • time to enable transfers of these gpntle men • • %  I lie 1 pan bus ^ |. Foi admii ms 1 1 i -1111 %  1111u the u t' 1 thi (i 1 nment were of 1 t h e a r 1 now ma 1 uitable, Mi. Mi ion in 1 itioni d that the petition ol tin Rev, Geiirge I llg, R< '' ol St. M( I Jans Chun h praj ii :: foi the refund "I / 1 .' 1' %  Duty on ceitain I loly %  .1 nts be referi ed to a .-' '•' I i mm itt< 1 Messrs Moore, [ohnson and Andeison a committee at i 01



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I >r. Culmer from tl Committi -on the Bill to i provision roi pi ei i ing the Public Hcall reported w> was read a firsl time .1 id o ed to be printed, \ Bill I 0 in 1 ki i'i ,\ isinn for pre set ving the public I lealth. Dr. Culmer also report! d 1 bill relating to lepers • id a first time and order ed i" I"' pi mi. rl, A Bill relating to I Mr. Cole fnn 1 the C 1 limit tee on the Bill to consolidati ;MHI amend the law rel 1 tin the sale "I int ixicating liquors reported A Bill as above, w hirli was read a first timi Mi Male iliri from the S *. ommittei to whom w H* refer! I i 011 1 tis the 1I1 siribilt\ of trnnsfi riiuu the Klei trie I phone Department from tin ( iovi in..! m Coum il tn s 'in other Board I in a 1 1 ontpanie by twj Bills hidi was n ad an I ordered to lie pi intetl. 1 Hi Motion of Mr Malcolm the aci ompari) inj> Hillwere severally n ad .1 lust %  and "i printed, viz : — \ I'>ilI in 1 ilidati amend the law relating to %  I'-l'-i trie Li 1 |-.ic, ti Ir*ry\ and thi I lepl mi \i \ I'rm iden \ Bill in amend the pi nsion \> 1 1 . Dnnw Mr. A K. Solo ii leave ill absence I >i one ranted M I Senioi Membei I ir Andros Island. The I iu!i 1 of the Day being moved t Hou into ;i (, ommittee ol the \\ House mi iinii" Kstimal Pel tii ms and V %  1 units. I he Deputv Speakei from tin Committee reported certain Ri solutions w Inch t e Commit r< commended to the adoptii in 11I the I Ii IUSC ( hdered that the i<%  ilutions "II InI ..Mr. >n motion the Hou i' inned. ALL "I \-V R< )\IK TO SUCCI LEAD TillOPPOSH 1 DIRECTION. Almost witl 11 xcepimi! lars ol the world 1 been men w hn -'"'I ; %  tinuousl Iron young manhood to old age; and in ihisclassan in luded both th se who were quick and those who u -I.slow HI th. start ; foi m the race foi scholarship th track is 1 handicap at the start is not a matter of ien I lie familiar illustration of Cato. thai old Rom in philosopher sv i'h Ihe largUl im' : adih to mind I 1 tn ' MI the stti G with th' 1 poi i Ennius, "I 1 I n ek literature aain at 83, simply for the sake oi in • InIn,mi 111 trim Henrj Clay, brilliant as he v n his y uth, did nol con< I foui itii >n 'is futun oratoi %  'i porizinj dail> 11; e current topic, his efforts b> ig > itnessed b\ %  uuli.'iic 1 if, 1,us and hens \ id there is mam uni orator who ought to i '1 ing on the same k audience. Dr. R bert Hall, the eminent English divine and schol found lj HI': 1111 'M the ll'" d \ I'II 'I with 1 ie study of Ii ilian, in rial he mi l ible to • tness "I Ma< IUI iv's famo 'ii of Milton Ml I '.mi, How weak and in ( omparisoii w ith this, the "painh ss method ad pted by many "I oui 1 odern ed pil 1 la\ ducation pumpi I into him with : ne s! And wh " Willie %  li| cl to iting meal fliei itn lid and mix i< u ith 1 md ,01 else [i 11 on so much ta a u %  • %  1 %  %  • • work? Then I uild a l<\ autonio 11I1 around Ins lawn in,,.'. • ,. so h -'II think he is ri dating l I ordiwhile h< cul ass. \K word! TELLS A BOLT I onduii, 6 M.-ircum is still ihe 11.1111" in every inouih, and HHHIRII • %  investigation ol ihf pnrli.ni %  o inn litre h.is uni pruvi ,1 1 tie ai UMiiinnn iimde, in the latter I'.'M ol the week 11 pul "I'M s 111 iln hfick MI (uni.l. wiinams Shoes Are BETTER 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WORTH ft O TO AN 1V MAN Every nfllirUxl man. %  uitYrinif qii..k ( r hiacoiiy of Una WP TUB H0HE9 CURB or MEN'S AILMENTS iy maa df aaaaa, nhounl writ* copy or tint* WawSarfuf Fraa Oaah. It tell* in plai •ironic. Mimplo wunli h cmrm hlmaalf 1 homo, of nich diwutl an Illuod Poison I lulu iitd or Argun Vital \V.-akn.'a, Lima of I'ow.-r. Ni-rvmut Debility .Indls < 1 Organic or ''intuHiiniI)I<>BM>. the A't.r-. (TV. ta of I -t l-iving ; rl, Liver, Kulnry and lllahieT'lioiill.i.. No matter how long you hava *iitT."<1; bow old or %  tut>lirn your ram': how edto ii'il rcliwf or how ili-curup-l and 1 ar tWa boah will be a rovalatloa 11 new hopi ifa It ii chuck ful. 1 1 tha thing* I follow If vmi a ml y< ir old-tlma health. trna;tM i.nhoo.1 RIGHT NOW -. your Croat Otritf* ta H.-ui. i 1 FRKC -t|>hid in 1 lam. naid aovoiopo. 3R. JOS. LISTIR & CO. ^-..un, Chlejaa. Illi., U I. . USE OF Typewriter LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FOR PARTICULARS WRIT! BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHOOl EIGHTH AND PIKE. ST. LOUIS, Mr AMBITION TA I. %  '' FIxly of thpae now famous article* r">nnd In book torn— "nr<1 covpra--4 llh lin Insplrlna; vma king suggsaiion on eoch pngo. Mailed pramid. 25c. Hu-lnM. ruhllihlnr Co. Ith and Pine Sta.. 8e Louis. Mo. 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r THE TRIBl'N E ot A300 only am) that £$o of this excess was due to the purchase of typewriters was the reason for his motion Vfter some discussion the amendment was lost and the Vote oi.Tmlemnity was read a second and third time and agreed to. Both Votes were ordered to be taken tojthe Legislative Council by .the Clerk. 1 he Hi.use adjourned until Thursday evening. CABLEGRAMS. A Good Digestion" C&&. J %  7 This excellent wish may bere^: .king the which affords an ideal food for these c T weakened cr temparar.ly unpaired digestion. Prepared Lorn rich milk and whole wheat—the two vital food elements combined in a pgrtic!!y predigested form. Made in • Minute— Add boiling water only. The • Allcsi* DUET .s a Pood (or Adult* ai!s> commercial firms, I I I be cou.'t of appeals > %  dismissed I il brought the White Star steamship Line against the dei ision of the *sal. CHAS. J. KELLY & BHO. ANNA E. RAE. PRI iPRIETRESS OF The Vogue andAv BonMarche nS '*' Stores. Tl Closing Sale of Season* Goods. Hitfh Class Cioods at very reduced prices. Beautiful Irish Laces and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exqvilaitn designs Geisha Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes and V% -is 25 pi 1 cent off. Irish Linens, White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. SIOLEN. F ROM Schoonei V.M.B., Friday or S I : iy night ; i Hawser and Anchor, also part ol anotli< ,I law-' r, LOST. F ROM schoonei S, B. Elmwond last night, Wrdi esday, 2nd, one 10 It. boat —marked W.N. %  Ri ward if found. \[>ply to W, B. NORTH, Market Range. FOR HIRI A SIX ROOM DWELLING H' USE with bath room at. taclied and all out door conveniences including a lank. LasStreet, South, opposite Nassau Pi iso.,. Apply to JOS LAING B ue 1 iill at, South I'l U I VI il R ORDER QUICK \s \\i. GET FROM FACTORY. S INGLE Breast Collar, and Coll n ni.ll lames, | an Colour, Horse 01 Ponj use Web Harness Call at Store and see Sample II C'-ss III I Price delivered inN issau Freight and |>uty I'a id 30/ Will m c I I rj.ivs to del C. 0. D. SAUNDERS. l-.ast Bay St. Naasan v. P, WHOLESALE & RUT. 1 Imported Pine Sponge St MACHINE MADE. CUR CAIN POLES, l'l.\I\| -I MM 1), ILL LENG1 ', \ ; k'i'LXI' K01; I U'l\l\ PLAIN |OH SAWING I IE Al.l jjfESt I-'II'I 10; m CHEAPFR I l IAN II \\f LABOR. G. E. M A V I. R East lia\ ttreet. Nea L0£T. O X Bay St. bel wt en Bay St. and V" 11 in ia Ave, A (.,< )l Li i I IAIN. Inub r will be 1 ; if I 11t me < iliii e" is notifiCHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN Carpenlei and Papci Hanger. Open Hanft -9, 9$, n>, 11, ta f.-et, ,,l ,\ ays on li uid, 1 bin 1 si/i s built to order, SaliJi Mad,: Oars—10, II, 12 feet, ,1 |M in "li hand. ( riders l"i •1 sizes or large quantities u ill ret eivj prompt attention, Paper Hanging. Satisfaction Guarant Armstrong street (Hawkins Hill.) NO I IC L. r t "HIS is to inform my Patrons 1 Hiid tinPublic HI inii-i il tn. 1 I 11.1 >. p ned my Public Black Smith Simp; and am now read) t r • dti anything m t he I ins 1 il (ieneial repaii 01 new work II 11 se Shoeing spi 1 i.iily. \li work done Met ban 11 ally, P. A. Huvler, 43j May Stre-.t. East (Wharf; F 'OUNL) on Bay St.—G GuJd Sli eve links A nil letters engtavi i W, II. owner can see it at Ti 1 bans MI .. ,' %  -" W. V MATHER. UNDER I \KLR. D l SIRI HI to inform his f. I the Public that he jusi 1... ,\, .1.-, complete 1 iurl 11 a-s fin 1 inbusiness 1.1 a dl rta Li, M llir-ll plfll Ret linn posil ion t.> r,i ri \ • ait Funei a Is max be entrusted to Ins care system and despatch : and refully solicits their patrri lit m\ i 'rices first snd prot 1 they are tinveiy lowest fo( w or k. IS,^ Cutler! a fine il---irtmenl ol : R V/j )L'S pocket Knit liuti her Kni Bread Knives in ( a-es and SCISSORS. for sal,by Chas. £ Alburjl



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Nvillius IM!I!IC ins |\iriiin vrilm niB|>itri. Bein|> bound to swear to the Oofma.8 of no .Master. VOL. X. NIISSJU. N. P., Ba ho i1in •.. Tuesday. April S. miY No. II } l.i ON I. II in PI i II. Eoi i IR iNii Psoesiaioa OfMCH ;s ,| VfAftKRT STRBBT \ I'.. BAII > Hid s NG Ua \ i •I lm.i fli..t fit h %  list CD P 3 cr % —• 0) r* CD a sr o CD 0) PI HUSHED I) \ll.1 I IJ h I Ii iila\ lr C0| 1 | I ii'. l.i i I it i • npl ... %  nv %  'i H >N. Ill (USE OF VSSEMBI ,. Monda\ evening \l ini i I InII; lllmnent, PRI SEN r. The I Ion iu ible ihe Speak 'i it al. \l l '.i ii i, from ih comrri i ii 11 | to 11 l he Mei tin11.iuse with i Vi >:•' "I In mix |IM i count "I • (lovei nor i epo le I th II .if, \ Vie. iii Excellei ay the Governoi M IS presented I Ion. I i-. I' So nils ii.ii 11 II i i ii>' Ri purl "I the \1> %  I 'i i iducts I d and the Repot t nl tin I'm'i i nl lulucalion foi i'.i %  Wiih ri in the Board "I Educai ion Report tl i says i ,i.i' he : mi refi .mi From expi essmg Ihe regret of the Government at ihdeath of Mr, < ieoi r, th< lnpr-ctot "l School*, -in orl %  \ ho 'i ii ked loyally ind const Jen II msly for ihe Coli my for > pei i i l l (HI i y.six ye us I he late \li. • .in example whi Ii the trusts will I"' followed by every publie offi ial." Mr, Sands, in with ihSi.itni'M y Ru les and (Irdei i,i) laid upon t le table ol i he 11 H %  ,i .in Irder in %  lions 9, II and la "I the i title Acl 1909 to ( I HI ir i' li.wn Long Mind and also 1,1 tain amet ded rules for the eovernm 11 if I %  '-"11 s made by the Governor in Council. Mr. M lore 1 la i"'tition : he Rev, lei >. I • ng pi aying l.i ihe refund of the sum ol £ 1 paid is duij on certain an imp -it' 1 loi the use 1 %  St, Si • % %  phen's Chnn Ii Bimini ()n motion ol Mr Alburythepelitu'ii ol cei 1 nhal itants "i the I'IIUII ptaj ing fin ,1 grant lor .1 landing 1 I to the f%  Ii %  mi mi 11!•: \Ii -i -, \ W, C. B, I'>hns n %  id Pin'iii ii ion 1 'I Mr. Albury 1 he |"'tition ol certain inhabitants of %  md ^raying for a grant %  pening in r<>rm a I1.11 Ii 11 as ri 1 1 red to 1 lie s 1 urn iitee, Ii as niovi il by \li I W, Young 1 ha t ii be an insl 1 ucl 1 • • %  1 to %  %  %  |u ." 1 u is 11 • 11 ; 1 %  11 %  i 1 Ii-nry ihe \ %  1 nistrn tor's Mi ssnge \. . %  ;i la 1,1 in 1 tie P11Iit e I' • lie advi. S.IIHIIIV of making an annual I 25 lot he Eastei n V. >lun ornei Band la assist ili.it in purchasing music hooks %  tit! 11 >tiuments, upon whi< Ii it %  %  l is a 11 a 'lien(I 1 1} Mr. W'ITI Ii tli.it the comniitii :. • 11 • 1 11. I pon I iiquest ion leint! put I %  in ijonty. Me, Malcolm, ft the 1 I to o 'i'sii|,-i the il''-i 1 ly of improving the I n is of ol on \ 1 1 ,11 1 1, w 111 %  111 ivm %  il Ills I \i elleucj Ihe i not' %  \o 11 ii,n led 1 I on 1 be st, 1 te ol 1 he 1.111-. lei recon 1 that 111 o1 ihe Boa 1 Works I" 1 <"uoiint llli mil m.ike 1 > %  -• v isn n fm 1 he pi in.nut 1 1 he miei iw ol .ill the fort* and watei batten the sum 1 I ,'. I'M I" 1 voted 10 the Board ol Appropriation \, t. I'hinking 1i1.1t tbe I louke mighl wish the de suability of converting Fort Montague into an aquarium an esti 1 tli.it woi IW as ol tamed and repot ii (I fm tin' ini," mil i< HI of the I louse. Ii is contemplat ,1 that the conversion 1 an be mad'' I \tt hi il to the report is an intere-i ing historical memorandum rel iting to tin' [1 n t >. Mr. Sands, from the committee to whom was referred I*em H2 of the EstimatesOutlslandLightl handed in a repo 1 ieci immending th the insti ucl ion 1 the 11 n-" that the amouni bt in i' 1 led from £t %  %  to ^"135. It H as mOVI il I'S I Ii. Johnson that paragraphs 1. -'. 3 and40I the Report ol tliselectjcommittee to whom was ri ferred the Vote "f In inty for jfl03 OS. 5 the I immissio irs of the Baha.naa ral I lospital to enable then to adjust the accounts for the year Man h 1911 be expunged lion the Minutes of the House, upon which it was moved as an I men! bv Mr. Malcolm that I a phs 1,' to be expui ged stand part <>l the minutes ol the I In Yeas Messrs A, K. Solomon, M — ley, I-. V, s ilomon, Adderley, I 1 '. 1 ulmer, Malcolm, and Weech Nays Messrs, Brice, Pinder, I\ 1 Albury, Moore, L. \'"_ Y % unj, Bowen, \nderson, Eva! Williams, Bethel I, i'r. Johnson, |. W, 1 ulmet md 'sands— 14. I he amendmenl was lost and it was therefore resolved that part* is 1, 3, 5 and 4 of the said Report be expunged from the minutes oi the I louse. It was moved by Dr. Culmer Hie Bill to make provision for iring tli<* public health be read : time, upon which it was in iv.I as an ainj-n I tint by Dr. I ifmson that the Bill be referred inn" committee. It was moved by I'r. Culmer thai the 1 1 pei B read a se cond tim 'ii of Or. Johnson that was als 1 referred k to the -' %  imittee. 1 ; in it ion ol Mi Sarfds the Vote of In lemni'.y tor (. 1 v 1 foi the Nassau Prison was read a second md thud time and agreed I". It was moved In Mr. Sand'; tint the Vote of Indemnity for £520 for excesses on certain items of the Appropriation Act 191 J and the Stationery nc ouni be read a second tune upon which it v.is moved by \I' Malcolm that the figure* £520 • 11 l< out and £"140 he inserted m lieu thereof. I he fact that I %  esenl an excess <>n the expenditure authorised by 'lie Stal'" lei y \ I which provided for an expenditure for the yeai c mtinued on fourth page. )


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I Ion. I i-. I' So nils ii.ii 11 ii i
i ii>' Ri purl "I the \1-.....> I 'i i iducts
I d and the Repot t nl tin I'm'i i
nl lulucalion foi i'.i -. Wiih ri
in the Board "I Educai ion
Report tl i says i ,i.i' he
: mi refi .mi From expi essmg
Ihe regret of the Government at
ih- death of Mr, < ieoi r, th<
lnpr-ctot "l School*, -in orl
\ ho 'i ii ked loyally ind const Jen
II msly for ihe Coli my for > pei i i l
, l (hi i y.six ye us I he late \li.
.in example whi Ii the
' trusts will I"' followed
by every publie offi ial."
Mr, Sands, in with
ih- Si.itni'My Rules and (Irdei
i,i) laid upon t le table ol
i he 11 H ,i .in Irder in
lions 9, ii
and la "I the i title Acl 1909 to
( I hi ir i' li.wn Long Mind and
also 1,1 tain amet ded rules for the
eovernm 11 if I ' '-"11s made by the
Governor in Council.
Mr. M lore 1 la i"'tition
: he Rev, lei >. I ng pi aying
l.i ihe refund of the sum ol 1
paid is duij on certain an
imp -it' 1 loi the use 1 ! St, Si
phen's Chnn Ii Bimini
()n motion ol Mr Alburythepe-
litu'ii ol cei 1.....nhal itants "i the
I'iIuII ptaj ing fin ,1 grant lor .1
landing 1 I to the
f- Ii mi mi 11- !: \Ii -i -,
\ W, C. B, I'>hns n id Pin-
'iii ii ion 1 'I Mr. Albury 1 he |"'-
tition ol certain inhabitants of
md ^raying for a grant
!. pening in r<>rm a
I1.11 Ii 11 as ri 1 1 red to 1 lie s
1 urn iitee,
Ii as niovi il by \li. I W,
Young 1 ha t ii be an insl 1 ucl 1 1 to
' |u ." 1 u is 11 11 ; 1 .
11 i 1 Ii-nry ihe \' 1 nistrn
tor's Mi ssnge \. . ;i la 1,1 in 1 tie
P11Iit e I' lie advi.
s.iIhIiiv of making an annual
I 25 lot he Eastei n V. >lun
ornei Band la assist ili.it
in purchasing music hooks
- tit! 11 >tiuments, upon whi< Ii it
. l is a 11 a 'lien(I 1 1}
Mr. W'iti Ii tli.it the comniitii '
:. 11 1 11.
I pon I ii- quest ion leint! put I

in ijonty.
Me, Malcolm, ft..... the
1 I to o'i'sii|,-i the il''-i 1 -
ly of improving the I n is of
ol on \ 11,11 11, w 111 111 ivm
il Ills I \i elleucj Ihe i
not' \o 11 ii,n led 1
I on 1 be st,1 te ol 1 he 1.111-.
lei recon 1 that
111 o1 ihe Boa 1
Works I" 1 <"uoiint llli mil
m.ike 1 > - v isn n fm 1 he pi
in.nut 1 1 he miei iw ol .ill
the fort* and watei batten the
sum 1 I ,'. I'm I"1 voted 10 the Board
ol Appropriation \, t. I'hinking
1i1.1t tbe I louke mighl wish the de
suability of converting Fort Mon-
tague into an aquarium an esti
1 tli.it woi I- W as ol tamed
and repot ii (I fm tin' ini," mil i< hi
of the I louse. Ii is contemplat ,1
that the conversion 1 an be mad''
I \tt hi il to the report
is an intere-i ing historical memor-
andum rel iting to tin' [1 nt>.
Mr. Sands, from the committee
to whom was referred I*em H2 of
the Estimates- OutlslandLightl
handed in a repo 1 ieci immending
th the insti ucl ion
1 the 11 n-" that the amouni bt
in i' 1 led from t - to ^"135.
It H as mOVI il I'S I Ii. Johnson
that paragraphs 1. -'. 3 and40I the
Report ol tli- selectjcommittee to
whom was ri ferred the Vote "f In
inty for jfl03 OS. 5 the
I immissio irs of the Baha.naa
ral I lospital to enable then
to adjust the accounts for the year
. Man h 1911 be expunged
lion the Minutes of the House, up-
on which it was moved as an
I men! bv Mr. Malcolm that
I a phs 1,' to be ex-
pui ged stand part <>l the minutes
ol the I In
Yeas Messrs A, K. Solomon,
M ley, I-. V, s ilomon, Adderley,
I1'. 1 ulmer, Malcolm, and Weech
Nays Messrs, Brice, Pinder, I\
1 Albury, Moore, L. \'"_
Y%unj, Bowen, \nderson, Eva!
Williams, Bethel I, i'r. Johnson, |.
W, 1 ulmet md 'sands14.
I he amendmenl was lost and it
was therefore resolved that part*
is 1, 3, 5 and 4 of the said
Report be expunged from the mi-
nutes oi the I louse.
It was moved by Dr. Culmer
Hie Bill to make provision for
iring tli<* public health be read
: time, upon which it was
in iv.- I as an ainj-n I tint by Dr.
I ifmson that the Bill be referred
inn" committee.
It was moved by I'r. Culmer
thai the 1.1 pei B read a se
cond tim 'ii of Or.
Johnson that was als 1 referred
k to the -' imittee.
1 ; in it ion ol Mi Sarfds the Vote
of In lemni'.y tor (. 1 -v 1 foi the Nas-
sau Prison was read a second md
thud time and agreed I".
It was moved In Mr. Sand'; tint
the Vote of Indemnity for 520 for
excesses on certain items of the
Appropriation Act 191 j and the
Stationery nc ouni be read a second
tune upon which it v.is moved by
\I' Malcolm that the figure* 520
11 l< out and "140 he inserted
m lieu thereof. I he fact that
I esenl an excess <>n the
expenditure authorised by 'lie
Stal'" lei y \ I which provided
for an expenditure for the yeai
c mtinued on fourth page. )


THE T R I B I" N !:
\Tbe tribune
Tuesday April , 191V
The news that the latest Zep-
pelin airship got lost in a fog
and came down on the French
side of the froutiei to lie cap-
tured by French soldiers is grai e.
-e the incident may
wit! ut a conflict, but, of
that we cannot feel sure. Two
uld cause war: (i) The
i Nation is in an excited
:ondition, because of the pro-1'V
I German army increase;
and tl on ol roincare as
France shows that
uarters a strong man is
f the helm who would
i he afraid of a strong policy
I i< imany. (2) This air-
uting al >ng the bor-
rs of France with nflfi
ard when she went, bv a< ci
machines, under present condi-
tions, cannot do very much dam-
in war. They are 1 ed to
tl> too high to take minute ob-
servations, and, from
In ight, dropping bombs is only
a matter of chance.
The announcement "I am the I delivery on the jrd inst of the
Governor" after that, would Bill passed the House^on the
rrt>t have the effect it has to-day. loth ult. and Tl \ tes of In-
The thing is preposterous
F, \*. Martinez- Esq. the Prince
of Commercial Representatives,
left here t<> day per S. S. "Vigi
lancia" for I lavana.
The Mail Steamer "Vigilan-
cia" arrived early this m n inn;,
from New York, bringing tie
following pa 1 :
Mesdames \melia Cash ai
Lov. 11
l
"Familiarity breeds con-
tempt" is an adage containing
a mine of truth and wealth of
wisdom.
Now hi re is the truth and
wisdom of this adage mon
strictly observed, and guardi d
against than in the Navy and Phyllis Lovell; Mr. William C.
may of England; a Midship*'Cash: Rev'ds Wilfrei
man may be a Lord and thejand Harold Wei gall.
Captain a tallow chandler's Mi--, Rosa Vmoury; Vies
son, but there are no f;.....liari- Thomas Amnury, Urban
ties except on special social oc- Knowles and foslburn
casions ; then is no su< h thing Robi
as the Mids upman w a |< ing
into the abin el his The r "L>ui
own swi ht from Miami w ith
ise 1 Capl tl.e follow
about tie Ward room "Hail-1 Miw I Ineraham; Mes.
Fellow well f with it! il,' dam.
'ers: or hhi.; around the Gun Ingrahai /. Iia Rolli I
..... and Robit I' thel llolhrrt I
1 her with 11 Idies n 1 tl pn R I Lillian Edwards;
veil to all dis 1 .1 tiii e Mris Louis Ins Mired
Army maintains thi* difference Rolle, Joseph Robins, Israel
''''"ii -!'"' 0f rank on similar, though not Dames. Th.
di mnily agrei d to bj the I lous
on the 27th and th ult 1
lively to the Honourable the
! lative Council.
Tie- following Questions and
answers by Mr. Johnson and Mi.
S mds 1 wen ordered
to be printed.
Questions by Mr. W. (' Ii.
Johnson :
1. Have any Com mi 1
appointed undi 1 the autl.....tv
of th 0 Islands A Iministi 1
lion Act : ned in
of a district foi .1 In
II 1 years and threi

2. I hat has causa d the
0 vention of & 8 Ed. 7
inapt 'etion 12 .....1
a 1
so rigid lines, the discipline of I Cartwright. Edward
the tnreatei m clouds
th tl g they an
' wo count] 1 5 11 was a pro
.live thing to m iki tins trip
t hik wav.
hall await anxiously tl e
1
in 1 Ii which
ar
' ier any may Fe< I tl I
/" tand the financial
10' ' .id the allies
1 rou 111 rs 11 3 exei
hie inlli. 1 the
ain at the critical mum. nt.
>
ips have made
itisli people nervous of late,
(I they havi need d s >n thing
cling that
ibled them. The 11
ay.
a
arm)
navy.
We think to
dignity of the
s ne\ 1 : V'anie. Max I'ui nquest, Alfred
; Beth< I, Join-, Thi im|>s hi, I
MMi" mi e I;'' vater, Sa B< n
office of 1 1 1 mi 1 Flowers, Nicholas Daniel,
Governor and to | e\e
'.11) of a feeling of misti
suspicion of lity, and
appearai it is
absolutely m that -
such "aloofm i tin ol a
Naval Captai ay, of an Ad-
miral should I maintained, bj
a Governor, and it would
Ii s \ndei si 'ii. Robert J
1 1 \!a\ 1 I,. I: hard
( Thin 11.
Sa iu I .'. ell. 1 taniel Johnson,
lizo Bethel, Rolx rt I >
I il K la
Randall ders, S\ Iva.ius
Smith, \ th niel Lavi
William Join -on, Alfn i 1
Colonel Seek', the Min-
i" of W'a- ..n tkis subject P any ",d,vi ""'-" '
'uldcalm-* good deal of this *>. or collective members ol Daniel B i muel Mo
itpfji ;inv 1-Iud, Lot- rie or ( liqi union M Ri ubi n Pnx.
Herhowd that much unsus- ''X|"',r!/' G10Ver"01 with anj re-jG i >.' uel I
cted work has beenOdnne l>v T'"5 '"'
e British authorities dun
>e past twelwn.....ths, with the '""'" diKnitatem'
suit that Britain is in a
)i favourable posit e m
rds air i rafl than was thought
be possible \!:
fearfully alarmist i
he Februar; "R R
hip therein, it issinmh Ge I ffre\ Cai n||,
i |i ieph (j I.ones Know les,
step would end I

t ""i"'1 '......" ; nt I d
the community
W e are sure il tl talk on an tern srhi
tin street about Yacht "Spe< dwell'
don-Smith I Crew of 24, arrived yi tei
Cr
I bib
all
pews on tliif mbji W think
that i Ml,l
rst
I if if j
t The Clu
'""''' with
the ii iei
1 ni ;,| the
11 . o|
1 invilie, Fla
di and Mrs Vail, Miss Vail
and maid, Mr I I. Vail and Valet
he m : t The 1 "" board.
' -, '' [l with Housed Asse.nbh
\ r. e 1 Tl Tl.ursdav evening
' ' Lnndo" ' aper. written bj am ,, il . 0| .... .. ', ,'
1 , I he I louse met a< rordins to
" t'-VM ,' derthatinflu n, of the ad.....
'.'Vr T Tu....... '"-""" Present: The Honourable The
, \ '' lalloGeorge, S| t al.
('1'1' 1 joying life eh?" I The Chief Clerk reportei the ', dingly.
Ifan of such Ci immissioit
ei ho id an\ and del 1
mini aflei In ing
inths in
ions
I I and \;d\>\ ?
Why is 1 ner Foi
syth 1 fiom the
district I I n. hv
nig on I) bi "a tin iod
month
1 nissioner
-a ni riol "ii sent to
0 tri : Fn Ii Creek as
lb; theGo ei
not in C'
I Ion las, P Sand-:
1 Yes. ' hi terms "l Mr |. S
ht. Sj '. '
dor. and M, [ || \| Kennev at
I there
I 1st March
.'. I'itlii iil'y was exiiei ienc-
suitable
mi r lor 1 inslei nf
mil the -hi.
chart ih 'i. sail
from S'assnu time to
enable transfers of these gpntle
men I
lie 1 pan bus ^
|. Foi admii ms
1 1 i -1111 1111u the u
t' 1. thi (i 1 nment were of
1 t h e a r 1
now ma 1 uitable,
Mi. Mi ion in 1 itioni d that the
petition ol tin Rev, Geiirge
I llg, R< '' ol St. M( I Jans
Chun h praj ii :: foi the refund "I
/ 1 .' 1' Duty on ceitain I loly
.1 nts be referi-
ed to a .-' '' I i mm itt< 1 .
Messrs Moore, [ohnson and
Andeison a committee at i 01



I >r. Culmer from tl
Committi*-on the Bill to i
provision roi pi ei i ing the
Public Hcall reported w>
was read a firsl time .1 id o
ed to be printed,
\ Bill
I 0 in 1 ki i'i ,\ isinn for pre
set ving the public I lealth.
Dr. Culmer also report! d 1
bill relating to lepers
id a first time and order
ed i" I"' pi mi. rl,
A Bill relating to I
Mr. Cole fnn 1 the C 1 limit
tee on the Bill to consolidati
;mhI amend the law rel 1 tin
the sale "I int ixicating liquors
reported A Bill as above, w hirli
was read a first timi
Mi Male iliri from the S
*. ommittei to whom w h* refer-
! I i 011 1 tis
the 1I1 siribilt\ of trnnsfi riiuu
the Klei trie I
phone Department from tin
( iovi in..! m Coum il tn s 'in
other Board I in a 1
1 ontpanie by twj Bills hidi
was n ad an I ordered to lie
pi intetl. 1 Hi Motion of Mr
Malcolm the aci ompari) inj>
Hill- were severally n ad .1 lust
and "i printed,
viz :
\ I'>ilI in 1 ilidati
amend the law relating to
I'-l'-i trie Li 1 |-.ic, ti .
I- r*ry\ and thi I lepl mi
\i \ I'rm iden
\ Bill in amend the pi nsion
\> 1 1 .
Dnnw Mr. A K. Solo
ii leave ill absence I >i one
ranted M I
Senioi Membei I ir Andros Is-
land.
The I iu!i 1 of the Day being
moved t Hou
into ;i (, ommittee ol the \\
House mi iin-
ii" Kstimal Pel tii ms and V -
1 units.
I he Deputv Speakei from tin
Committee reported certain
Ri solutions w Inch t e Commit
r< commended to the adop-
tii in 11I the I Ii iusc
( hdered that the i<- ilutions
"II In- I ..Mr.
' >n motion the Hou '
i' inned.
ALL "I \-V R< )\IK TO SUCCI
LEAD Till- OPPOSH 1
DIRECTION.
Almost witl 11 xcepimi! '
lars ol the world 1 been men w hn
-'"'I ; tinuousl Iron young manhood to old age; and in
ihisclassan in luded both th se who were quick and those
who u -I.- slow hi th. start ; foi m the race foi scholarship th
track is 1 handicap at the start is not a matter of
ien
I lie familiar illustration of Cato. thai old Rom in philosopher
sv i'h Ihe larg- Ul im' :. adih to mind I
1 tn ' mi the stti G with th'1 poi i Ennius,
- "I1 I n ek literature aain at 83, simply for the sake oi
in In- In,mi 111 trim
Henrj Clay, brilliant as he v n his y uth, did nol con<
I foui itii >n 'is futun oratoi
'i porizinj
dail> 11; e current topic, his efforts b> ig > itnessed b\
uuli.'iic 1 if, 1,us and hens \ id there is mam uni
orator who ought to i '1 ing on the same k au-
dience.
Dr. R bert Hall, the eminent English divine and schol
found lj hi': 1111 'M the ll'" d \ i'Ii
' 'I with 1 ie study of Ii ilian, in rial he mi l
ible to tness "I Ma< iuI iv's famo
'ii of Milton Ml I '.mi,
How weak and in ( omparisoii w ith this, the
"painh ss method ad pted by many "I oui 1 odern ed
pil 1 la\ ducation pumpi I into him with
: ne s! And wh coui ei in hi' is l nd in, ks whei In il e unsus-
pi' iy get a 1 umblefu! ol brains without know ing
thai !n '- goi em.
I >" Willie li| cl to iting meal fliei itn lid
and mix i< u ith 1 md ,01 else [i 11 on so much ta a u
.,
1 '" work? Then I uild a l<\ autonio 11I1 around
Ins lawn in,,.'. ,. so h -'II think he is ri dating l I ordi-
while h< cul ass.
\K word!
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THE TRIBl'N E
ot A300 only am) that $o of this
excess was due to the purchase of
typewriters was the reason for his
motion Vfter some discussion the
amendment was lost and the Vote
oi.Tmlemnity was read a second
and third time and agreed to.
Both Votes were ordered to be
taken tojthe Legislative Council
by .the Clerk.
1 he Hi.use adjourned until
Thursday evening.
CABLEGRAMS.
A Good Digestion"
C&&.
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TO UL QBTABUD FROM ALL CKEVB73 AND v res.
April Sih 1913.
London, 6. Hie suffragettes
have been busy in the provinces
today, loll iwing up the campaign
of revenge for the imprisonment
of Mrs Pankbant.
I h" grand -.land of the Ayr race
course in Scotland was burned-, f . a c ci* '1
in Armstrong Park LUIllDer Cr dlliligleS
1 Newcastle were devastated.
Londoni |are beginning 10 br
afr.-ud that fear "f the suffragette*
will have a bad effect on the
1 son.
Allen 8 Hanburys Ltd.
LONDON. ENGLAND.
London. 6. I bo list of sub-
scribers to Covent Garden opera
prom 1 to "ven more brilliant
m Mi.1 n. usual, due in l-ir ge
part to tl nice ol Caru-
so an 1. 'I he list is headed
by the king and queiiand includes
e.iders of society, .banker's shipp-
ing and mi niog magnates ana head*
of l>!s> commercial firms,
I I I be cou.'t of appeals
> dismissed I il brought
the White Star steamship Line
against the dei ision of the rait) court, which found or
ec 19th tli it tli- pilot of
the liner Olympic was to blame
for the collision v. iih the British
cruisei Haw I......; the Isle ofWight.
Winnipeg. 6. The Canadian
Pacific Railway announced today
that it wonld*begin constaueiion
shortly ol the longest tunnel in
Amer.ci. The tunnel will! be built
through Kicking Horse Pass, in the
l: ky Mountanmi ; will be sixteen
miles long, and
000. .
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London, 0. Captain Oates, who
l with Captain Scott on his ill-
fated xpedftton, h id lost rjttth Ins
feet fiom frosl bite before hestum-
I llei I I t Of I be I-' it to bis death or,
tic tumps ol In- irding to
a letter to Captain Watson, agent
of the Impei ial Sertri e (iuild at
VVellington( wh 1 lays he make*
; vi lation 0 1 lbs authority oi
Comn andei Evans,
Columbus, Ohio, p Basing
then figures to da) on reports re-
ceived to day, officials "f the Red
1 'ioss Society nui d tn lay .1 state-
uieni estrmati .; thai j ,4 persona
I'M then bves in last weeks fj I
JUST Received per Schooner
"R-.iberrs and K uasells" from
St. James City. 1 loridtv. a full
aseor,merit of Lumber and Shin-
gles:
11 x 10 and 1 j. 1'. x 10 and 1 2
of 20 ft. length* *nd upv\arris
its ,1 speci illy,
Ve have opened up a trade with
the above Pm 1 in this < orwrnodily.
Buyers would Uo well to ee us
, before purchasing elsewhere,
And are alto Shippers or >*sal.
CHAS. J. KELLY & BHO.
ANNA E. RAE.
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nS'*' Stores.
Tl
Closing Sale of Season* Goods.
Hitfh Class Cioods at very reduced
prices.
Beautiful Irish Laces and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exqvilaitn designs
Geisha Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes and V% -is 25
pi 1 cent off. Irish Linens,
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
SIOLEN.
FROM Schoonei V.M.B., Friday
or S I: iy night ;
i Hawser and Anchor, also part ol
' anotli< ,- I law-' r,
LOST.
FROM schoonei S, B. Elmwond
last night, Wrdi esday, 2nd,
one 10 It. boat marked W.N.
Ri ward if found.
\[>ply to
W, B. NORTH,
Market Range.
FOR HIRI .
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
H' USE with bath room at.
taclied and all out door conven-
iences including a lank.
Las- Street, South, opposite
Nassau Pi iso.,.
Apply to
JOS LAING
B ue 1 iill at, South
I'l U I VI il R ORDER
QUICK \s \\i. GET FROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
Coll n ni.ll lames, | an Colour,
Horse 01 Ponj use Web Harness
Call at Store and see Sample II
C'-ss III I
Price delivered inN issau Freight
and |>uty I'a id 30/
Will m c I I rj.ivs to del
C. 0. D. SAUNDERS.
l-.ast Bay St.
Naasan v. P,
WHOLESALE & RUT.1
Imported Pine Sponge St
MACHINE MADE.
CUR CAIN POLES, l'l.\I\|
-I MM 1), ILL LENG1
', \ ; k'i'LXI' K01; I U'l\l\
PLAIN |OH SAWING
I IE Al.l jjfESt I-'II'I 10;
m
CHEAPFR I l IAN II \\f
LABOR.
G. E. M A V I. R
East lia\ ttreet. Nea
L0T.
OX Bay St. bel wt en Bay St.
and V" 11 in ia Ave,
A (.,< )l Li i I IAIN.
I- nub r will be 1 ; if I 11-
t me < iliii e" is notifi-
CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
Carpenlei and Papci Hanger.
Open Hanft -9, 9$, n>, 11, ta f.-et,
,,l ,\ ays on li uid, 1 bin 1 si/i s
built to order,
SaliJi Mad,: Oars10, II, 12 feet,
,1 |m in "li hand. ( riders l"i
1 sizes or large quantities
u ill ret eivj prompt attention,
Paper Hanging.
Satisfaction Guarant.
Armstrong street (Hawkins Hill.)
NO I IC L.
r t "HIS is to inform my Patrons
1 Hiid tin- Public hi inii-i il
tn. 1 I 11.1 >. p ned my Public
Black Smith Simp; and am now
read) tr dti anything m t he I ins 1 il
(ieneial repaii 01 new work II 11 se
Shoeing spi 1 i.iily. \li work done
Met ban 11 ally,
P. A. Huvler,
43j May Stre-.t. East (Wharf;
F'OUNL) on Bay St.G
GuJd Sli eve links a nil letters
engtavi i W, II. owner can see
it at Ti 1 bans mi
.. ,' -"

W. V MATHER.
UNDER I \KLR.
Dl SIRI HI to inform his f.
I the Public that he
jusi 1... ,\, .1.-, complete 1 iurl
11 a-s fin 1 in- business 1.1 a
dl rta Li, M llir-ll plfll Ret linn
posil ion t.> r,i ri \ ait Funei a Is
max be entrusted to Ins care
system and despatch : and re-
fully solicits their patrri
' lit m\ i 'rices first snd prot 1
they are tin- veiy lowest fo(
w or k.
IS,^ Cutler!
a fine il---irtmenl ol :
R V/j )L'S
pocket Knit
liuti her Kni
Bread Knives
' in ( a-es
and
SCISSORS.
for sal,- by
Chas. Alburjl


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