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It niK i' iv i rc i Ube tribune such Favi Thursday April 10. 191V I lie British Naval Estimates for the year' 1913-14 are ov< 1 46 million pounds, an increase of more than £1,300,000 on the pi. \ ious year. Last year, all the money voted I ould nut be s| :il. as o\\ ing to pressure bfwork and scarcity of labour, the 1 uildii g | rogramme could not !>e fully carI ml 1 ut. '1 he Follow i!' w< re • cqmpleU d during the financial year:| Batth -I ips, Battle Crusiers, -, Light Cruis being for Australia) i j I ) %  •-. trovers, 3 Submarines, 3 m cellaneous *essi Is. I hi April 1-1 there were under 0 nstiui tion : Battleships 1 t, Battle Cruisers 3, Light Ci 1 1 I destroyers $5. Submai ines 21 '1 ins yeai 1913 14J worl II be begun "ii -, Battleships, s Light Ci uisers, 161 >estro> ei sand s< \ eral submarines and 1 I smallei craft. The new programme involve! MI increase of nearly £\, 000,000 o\ 1 r. the amount voted f< ugh il may allow tl. zes I 1 <• %  nii|ilcte closure o! the Fishery. bui ith n< means ol nd report, The Biahl v a 1 1 si d "u Et-h No co n 1 pi a i 111 tin Board 11 the Rules for pro on< hi Northern Bight, Andros. came into operation 11 This distncl .vas closed on ex l "'' :i n ' the is) day ol D. r* without interrupt foi twuvearsaxid b,e* n 1 A a,n '-'" to improve as mi idh as .1 did r when fin.1 clo A ' ii: t. 1 • %  .1 i 1 mi 1 I ll ,,: Kuard • %  • '' ""' pr. Wli.l.l Wl.i PINDI 1 lo\ei ii'-r I %  I he Board I it is unable tn 1. infonna LU, M K, Ma mHiesty.ane?which the tumult conoernmi! 1 %  • %  in thi se w I : I %  1 I I I ed i: r. the 1 unturned had ol >urdebates does not U r a u nment impede or disturb, those gri ii soi i.il, forces are against jou ; Ihev aren arshalled onoui ,hei I'" w "" l %  %  "" ; %  • %  • side ; arid the banner which we a fu'vev and Mr: Comim-nonei ht. h Wright, who ui e. lum.proI nme moi theBoai la-i but so d ii >el il n will il .v in ' Hie rv "t Ii..\ e home by 'the tirm hand* united people of tbe thn e doms, perhaps not to an ea ;y. but to .1 certain, and to a ..and it will be "'"' 1' 111 -'"''' '' king I fern to furtle Fi 1 1 which thoughtful 1 ration m %  • dei that tl is ini| 1 mt indu < red.j %  1 comf 1. 1 1 • %  1 11 d be 1 nd il pi latii >IIH R ii • • llotise of As I, ... would be provided. If tin ,1 \\ %  U l I 11 I I I i 11' 11 V Wm "" sent met 1 .1 n ofauyd.recl infor,,,. ll; . \ ,1 ti •• #rr IT.,*' ll'-| 1 %  '111 - 11 ; 11 ( I hange at N n atioi •; Ii i!.I rloei not fe< justihed in autlu 111^ fur Iher ex| 1 n that direi Bi _'l:t of \k the r< ii ibacu W uol ai d Vel* s, and tl hing thi tie -i lui 1 is 1 I. it %  %  • nl> follows a) leted ie ruli and |n • red. I hi la "i that yeai being £97,02 id. The chief causes of this satis• t. In till in fun '•. the B. aid thinking it u is,to maintain a Rule that has beta Mils I peril >d ihi mid be R "I I"' 1 d" one, and in 11' ss some measure of this suit is adopted, we will soon lave no turtle in our s atersai furtle Shi II wil fi a 1'. ^. Similar ni .. < 1 en an \\ ni n we stop and c >nsi< er the large qu: ntitii s of shells wl are now exp 1 ted, and ri alize that most of t nd in tin -1 roved, it seei a pit; that I is 1:1 t Ion to protect this industry loi Jusl what is necessarj 11 11 I us "I i 1 el Bo a rd 1 entin who] f l whn \ II: 'ill • propaga is inn I bv tati-hii ill\ I m I Itthi 'i lit • a nxious i'' 1.': %  %  v 11" is 1 : • 1 : • I' I %  tlt'S, n %  of are 1 1 in I tei. 1 • Ltd. ..on l ha.1 1 1'. rd Mana1 Mr. I |o ; nn > 'I he B ih im '• Co\ 'B I on City. I hi %  .,1-. mmning fi nn lid 11.1 r'ic \. mi N I' \pr : I 1 I %  itoro| tin I .., me. I !• %  and kind s I,. fore iii" new ap| ointments \t> Boards wi re inadi it w nuld ha\ •• b 'ai a wise and useful sti p if iheGovernor had asked lor the



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iT minute J}oolf the various Boards, and lo< bed up the att< ndanceof ilieir OHM I know positively that there nic many men wiici occupy teats nn these Boards, who never, or 1 ;it i 'liiii, their met tin; The) : 'us simply lor the appan ni I!' >\I 'I R, and in x mi' to be i /. I ." I know of men in '.in(lolony ho i tually apply to Chairmen, to II recommi ud< d foi e on Iheii p B for no) other reason than %  i i %  .i| • %  it it I •'i making application, \\ I sin li men, and such B v little servi e. 01 no sen ice it I low evei Sir, the m w B now a| and I trust j t His E y will 1 hint ind foilov up I woi k of I Board \ foi aftei all e Public vants though un the; ai •• found i nt in the ill„ ill,A %  '1 no) be i li utment, i urs thankfullv. II ed s>io\\s ;, %  %  i ; liihojie "I .IIMI wil I be thi untry history. T i i iii. ten moni ito i lt, n nived. Of t t.~ii subji< • I 11 i 'i in, S. I ii c it I'.i i IJIH lias iii i i u,I. hi 1.1:, Washington i / the Republic if Ch %  i temem madi \ by Fi i. iI'. Ad, Innd, poll ni. MI i v in, MI ii| fiireign ill i is, i.f tin fii ice. I ' : pen a Km 11. M I bul i' %  i mtiers of the ful I nia, i pinii in %  Si %  i %  ment i i i I, I ROYAL Grand Re-opsninjg FRIDAY Night. at 8.15 ^ K'lM OF NIW FILM \ riu nti in V i : i' I -1. land thai Son ; V l FOR r A L E A i o\v i i IRNI I P Cn : did In \V. \. S\\ \NY. • mi: Magazine I :<*M t mi kef* Fact • moref .1*->n:ilillC than Fiction "WMTTCN SO VOO CAN UNIIEKSTAMI) IT A GREAT Conlini.. •'• %  World'. ^* Protrea. v. anv tixm . ular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it? Two %  of people in South HS well as i-i •" %  i : en those WDO ku %  %  to la on*. 250 PAGES EACH MONTH 100 rtCTUKKS 200 ARTICLE* Or GENERAL INTFRCST I 0 Nofcs" DepArtiT.< %  tor home and*. AmiUurMcchtink n.rfKic, and all t u %  • .*> mail, per your K2.UO (Goll WHITE roa rare SAHUPL* OOm Pop l'Ol't I.Ali M >%  e* 1 M'.l.l i vMl.uotloii, 8. —I'll ^uSise outi 1 iruci hirgi m .it N %  .1 i l I'l i II, in ii .ilii-oi' 'on, fciys that i t of M I' nkhnrsi, Lon li >n, I %  I ton vui Line A v\ hirh will Inl,> •' %  I %  list. I i, i> .,, f.|._., 11, %  doi II WRI v .is ii.nl.' ni tilt* ll | iif It to .i I nil M i • riu %  %  IIU III ni l InM M ..I n| I % %  i im11 is ; %  in %  \| London, I rd Oil C i il 111 >, 111 y i'.ipi. i'i 11 .in (lull i !. i I ihRliipniant ai Swan*** ol •/ ,, boxes 1 "l v \ > lh tinplntet, I I %  urrption ol the Vmerle in i m ind ha. caused rejoicing among ducers m Wall s. I Itt.iw I, C ni 1 tion ngun lor in ju.t IMPERIAL ratDAY'S SPECIAL Prof. BOBO will P pm The HINDOO BOX YS IERY A F I V. U iffed w 111 I • |i i. i , lr vim! Hand id Ii y in I and Am i I i .r:: KM LS MO I ION I I I'l S D ;•': Ml ro NIGH is. I I Big Tow 1 Sale on Friday, 11th inst. \ i The Nassau Bi In II IA Ble %  %  i in sold at only I I eai h would : e cheap M u I. i vd Iluniask I able Ch ih,ll i <: I able N.I(>MIIS .o 4-. JDZ, ^^ m 1-nir qualn \ P. 1 awn to be '-. ,|,| ,0 1 los s.ih f. 'i ol r 'i li. The above are so ite upeciaj job I nt-, MI don't mi! • this sale A iiuur eatlrc otislnal ni.nl Writ today for complete froe information. 0 The Chicago Ferrotype Company, 1 10 Ferrotype Building, CHICAGO, ILL.. U^. A. TELLS ABOUT 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WORTH SIO TO AMY MAM 1 TILE HOMtf CURK OP MEN'S AILMENTS horn., of ueh diwi-e. aIII...1 P HM 11 h. Viul W.aknrn. L. I • ,T Trouble.. !• % %  '"" r (l !" %  •lea you D. how a new leaae on lit. .d. aound logk and a.1* BPH follow. If y i.t the Uunff. you .h ur oM-Hma l..allh ..ebeea reatored. a..fi.1 KIOHT MOW for year Qulwe to HaaltBI niallwl ial. p.t^ DR. JOS. LISTER ft "i" f tin i in plain. m*> CO. 878 Ckicai*. Ilh. U. 8. a.



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"If I R I li I .1 those who endeavoured •<> male our stay a pleasantand memorable one. Thanking yon heartily for kind wishes to wife and family and trusting God will bless and keep you evermoie. Helieve me to be Your*, sincereh W. T.CLEAftE. iSgf" Cutlery a fine kssoi tment of: RAZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in Cases, and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E Albury. EssSKSggggg^Scientifio Oertamties. %  :::: % % %  a l*811enbiirys 551 .1 __ __ ...... —,.. ,,i ritcttlSTS %  % %  %¡ % % %  %  % %  %  % % %  %  % %  M. % %  > % %  % %  %  %  %¡ % % %  :: % % %  <')!• S '.; % % %  ::: ::: :. % % %  F OUND I iold SI on Bay St. —Gents Sleevi links with letters engraved C, W, II. owuei can see it .it Ti i un ; Office. N () I" I C E. '"T~MII-> ie to inform my Patrons 1 and the Public in ( • %  urial that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in tbe line <>i Geneial repair MI pew work Hore Shoeing Specially \ii work il ite Mechanically. P. A. Huylrr, 4S.i Bay Strei I. E ISI | \\ liarf, F1R.ST CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM "The Strombus" ;: %  %  %¡ % % %  %  iiO TO RR OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AM, sr.* gJJJj Ktf TLLEN \ HANBURYS LTD., LONDON. rNGLAND L Lumber &Shingles J UST Received per Sch >.>mr "R-obens 0.11J R-vissell fiom Si. James Cliy. • lond&, a lull asBurlmenl of Lumber and Shinf lo: ii x io and la, t\x to and ta \Tl7r *ould of ao ft. length* and upwards \\ have on ns .i specialty. rsu irantee oui \\'e have i pi n0 up a trade with Wrappi rs (he above P>rl in this comrnudiiy. Buyers would do well to see us belore purchasing ulsewlien ^ ilso Shippers >>l Msal. CHAS. J KELLY 6 BRO. ,11 who appreciate a G I Smoke i that we no* Stock of II W AW I IGAR> W" Havana and Sui li i id an extensive I,,;,,„! to be made of the finest Ki Havana Killers lhr< ugh ut. .,„ %  manufactured ..H nui | supenoi qu "lity. l.v skilled <>rl ,,,,,1 a real pains arc taken In p i flu. M ||,e succrts we hav( uei with in th p-st leads u i af i unuoisi urs. ,' Mo KS .\ lv. A £40 ft MONTH Be Your Own Boss STOI-fiN. ..M.B., Fiidtij > ; I Jl\n} infill i HftvvSCf (fid \ti* hor. ..* I' u HI 1 ... : I l.'iWW %  I O I. F *ROM M I. r >. • ""' laM ii-_iti. W edn*sUi), -'i"!. one io ft. IMIAI • >N '' Mllttt'oll HvV ' '• VUrkel W.i.-*\ If you ar J i A k 1 n v \em It hull ia lwk you I ibOUl I writr [UP Uwlay > to writlih Mir. %  ;mr pun. ^<"work li ff j.> |.'. MB, ( mi picium, iilv'H\< i money am n ratiH of mKklmt • It llwW V\f>( I l VOI MKI to iUrl OW frnir hnliir tm ft COM I %  %  i und I'll ft| ire trip, (lift' ft) tin %  r. lor-1 ftiirl rlcjin IIP yT Work ot lunuwrnrnt nin'-i*. i A ; at uniuwrnrnt i itllnflons. m I f "Uyf "•!HT. I1I..II ifltf't lirltltf ll.'-ll ftjul rvcrywhri < wulk frnra noRM 1 or on toe orh. r M.I.nl the |lobi JI.NI m-l > irarliln. HI. aii\ p BUM ><"i bappra i" iripet, iui'1 draii up i|I"'V. otKrurtim ixiH-imfs fftrh fclitHlv wati'a (ilr. tun-* and e.wli Mi'>"'i make n f ' O'ltnt and you ran tx^in Io make money In Olleen mtnutea ' reaeltea J'i ,. A trifllna Invrattnen' will get llila HONDKllFl'l.ni i ri I (t.r >uu and pul >uu In a pioltluD to uiaXe £.vai a year. If you an lo W independent, and ahwdutely your own Imaa. write me u-dnv and I will arnd yal by return mall, full tree Information reaardlua IhU IVoMil.un'l, I'lKIPOHITloN. Incliidlnc li-(ter( >n<>rli.|| uimltlve t.if fritn every part nt the world. IMN'T_prTI.AY. AN-*u.r.n TIIIX AN'JUI'NCKMKNT TO-PAV. I lucalU Mr " Wll OMl ''•"I InVllll K)R HIRESIX ROOM UWF.I.l.IXG || || |. w Hi, brttil I"" II nl laclied and •ill out ilor J • oio en it-ni'',-. im ludmg u I tiiik. E .-: tin el, S'ii pposil. \.is-.,oi !', ISI i... .\ 111' i 'i !(").•>, I. i|NG I'.lu CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN ANNA H. KAE. I'Ri i L* R11 I Rl'-S> 1 The Vogue and A u Bon Marche The Lme.. Sam StOTl Closing Sale of Seasons Condi. High Closs liood'. At very redvjcod pi lie rtenviiiiul liUh LM nnd tnacrlloos. A lew very select Irish l.cvco H-.-. • aqwtojts deaiKns UeUhn Crepes viiK I.no M inalc-h. Irish Ufand tinbr. idcrcl R.nb and W'a>ls 25 poi cent off. Irish Linens. VWttte ivnd Coloured. Striped TuSSors SuOings. Wil ILESALE .v IIKTAIL Imported Pine Sponge Staves \l \ HISI. \l VUli. CUR I KIN I'' ILI -. PL \IN i -l i'lNEI), Ml ENC.I il-. j & '. Ri 'USD KOR I RIMMING IM \i | VI I l< ORI I K' 01 ICK \s Wl GE'I I R< >U FA< ri 'K'I S INGLE I Ire si t oll.n, und ,i i IHHM il"ur, III Poll) U ; I Sail pie I loi4 i I I I). I .. • M. I \. I'. I. mi \r\Dil-l IN JO 11 a ii(Ei i. it, i-.' feel -i/ ^ %  T j %  • ntei and I'"pc. Open lioats-q, 9}, i". ,-il.\ftyii '•" lii'id. I,mil In onler. Sal .1. Madt Oari IO.II, Hlwavfi "ii lirind, hdi r~ foi largei size* m large qu tu s will receive prompt ut^ention, I'aper Hanging, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Armsttonp Mrert (Hawkins Mill.) A W I ,| M i. D. I'll' I II IN. io CIIEAPFR 1 M \\ H \SD LABI IR. (,. I. M A V E W • itrert. Near Cnonello. Williams ShOeS Are BETTER w. A. MA I HER. l J-'DER 1 AKKR. D ESIRES t'i inform Ins f iei 1 nnd tlie Public th' I"I > 4 nisi rei i ved H completi i nitnt I,,, ii us (,n ii*l lusim ss of an u dertaker, w hicli p ni sei him m I |ipsii n ui in CAI i > i>ul i uncials tlii KIM*, he entrusted In Ins care wi 11 rmd il. sp in li; and reipfti fully solicit! i lieii pati n j i,. inv Prici i I prove ill ihey are the veiy lowest fot hi ( l ass work,



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3 c "3 CD Q to o CD \ VOL. X. Nulllu, .vddictu. |urre In verb* "**£*• Bein bound .o .wr o -. he Dom*. o< no Master. N AS ,.u. N. P.. B^.n-vs. Thur.i.V. Apr.1 10.19.3. No. 117 — — BON E n l> H CH. RUII'IH .111 l' "'' OpriCR • i K II M VUKKT -TUKKT N.i-i u N '' • I-M.AMlPUBLISHED DAILY. M i ..i-.. y a Ml '•'" v 1 inleco|.y ruetdy. I'h i sday .... S*trrtaj I .Ml.lv • I ** d )M'tr:|v •• %  %  -* % %  I V V KtYtHi.1 INM'' v i' A.I-'' """ ' "'''' !"'! ( •• ln r psnnj pei ,,,„. [,.i ubse |un< insertion* gighl line* 4SfTTEsVUOM GRAND It MIAM \. , |,„issjnni %  i <•>''> • : m | | |<>ur ih.OUKlinUl Indis,,„ i I If I. •be.n w .iking hard tnromplew ork left by CoinUP-' l, • s H • %  i rp rn in I • ,„ me ( %  i n -.'&* %  """. ,„, i R tfi M i day 'i'" 1 cved fmm hllU R "I'' addreSS \ |i ; ,7 ar w Rivi n on I iM< I M lav i \ HiIH Ik* ol |*. S1 '', i,,,„| |t .f ihe nevt K. clcn \ I |,,. C, ( .. pi atl'ei 'I" 1 "'V H -> r vi< •on haslet Sunua) HI M. Stephen-'* I lunch. tigli" \tile R * ( ;, n d Bahama Mare'. |t. I I,, ih, Editor ol The Tribune, Deai -1-. Editor. I-,, v u tini.lthat ii bright to Kiv* llarbiui Hand*" of our Re. venue Mim. • I l 1 "'"' '• ) ^\" granted lo he. for house >' '" %  Commission* and b' d that she will have laige grants '"' \"" u &c WhenothW grants have logo to other various wands l,,,s yeardon'i you think that bur Revenue will be well shaken > What an idea. To build a house for rSooat a place where people .re emigrating daily lo Florida. (The captains w>Mre carrying tne I pe6tttirrtf-*.e Hail uj Islanders I am sure the Hon. Gentlemen W H UM knows thai amigrai means a loss to the Colony of men and money, ..."I r< ihey would v.te sue. .. large sun when £400 ,„• Aoocm build a nice house M any gentleman to live in. About Mr "i and So coming from there, "id : \ ISS U, ilnl i9 .1 llg'H -' ; I M ~ "'" ,1 is .,11 nghl i"" bui thai is nothing to il with the Revenue m >uey Mistaken wrtl In >tneti n -. hut I hope none 'II !'" miule .s big ; ,s this again Gei.tlen.en Re.ne.n he, nut harb ui wl* dredging, .,„d w* -van: Monet M*y! plaiity moncf to do it. Don t down Mr K. S.I..in. i. he IS <>. Is. he I. ,,,'nvs I In .nui island did mil need u i, ., large su n Hurt ' ihelMtoo whs he held oui aga-lnsl it Good ror Mr. SihwtliHi he i* s>-e"tR three some ain't 9 ? ,n £ one. ami if Governoi Bil Smith hit you thai means Doctor list, i look nut. How. VP\ I hop* in future ll0 w iH be ih"N ,) '" id money thai is undei yuui -UI..-IVIM..U lightly to please in> ,„ie, and you will h at thi i,. ns will -inr, better (ever) mem uiing ins .. MI discretion) and ,,, ,,-,. mo neV will b incircu ation. -|-|,anking y. u Mr. Ediior I >t \,,in valu ll le SP Yours I'ulv GR \ N I > UYH \M1 AN. Wlllmm T Cleare P*q Commissionei Kresli CrefkAdros Island. We the undersigned inhabitants ol the District "I Presh Creek, hearing that yofl are shortly lea v. ins; u-[or the more arduous duties i,f Commiss < -• uh-d.'iTu-ulties ma friendIf spirit We smftrelvtiust thai theblessings of Divine Providence will atten I you in youi new sphere of labour and in,tins w associ ite with you your wife an I children. We are Sir. With much sincere Kpect and Esteem. Veiy '..iihfully \->urs.. Montague E. Webb J. 1' I'.iest ui charge S. Stephens, John H. Braynen. Ge• Hail, E. W.Saunders, and 65 others. 1 Fresh Creek \ndios Island Feby. 27th 1913. To The People "I Fresh Cieek Standard's Creek Calabaeh Bay 1 thank you very much for the Address above your signature*, njed m me by a Deputation ,,„ this the eve ol my departure horn v..m sli -• I appreciate the honottl Oi.fei 1 ud\mme,ar.dieel Kind that mv humble efforts during my bnel tenure of Office b.ve iiot been barren of results. I hope lhal Public Works iidw commenced will continue until you have good roads and other accomcraation* moreytittingaDittri-t of vou. site and commercial importance. .. I feel proud that my friend y acts have been ..ppiecia'ed. I do not believe in merely btiOg a iu dg to Inflict fine and irnprl*u. ments; a combination o! Uw#< uc% seasoned with friendly mejltatidh. I ha ,-found very effective i„ the administration of out l1M| Districts. i iH I wish yu every success and prosperity and I will never forget (Continued on fourth page.)


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VOL. X.
Nulllu, .vddictu. |urre In verb* "***
Bein bound .o .wr o -.he Dom*. o< no Master.
NAS,.u. N. P.. B^.n-vs. Thur.i.V. Apr.1 10.19.3.
No. 117
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, BON E n l> H CH.
RUII'IH .111 l' "'' '
OpriCR iK II M VUKKT -TUKKT
N.i-i u N '' I-m.am-
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PUBLISHED DAILY.
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SfTTEsVUOM GRAND
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, |,issjnni ! i <>''> :
m | | |<>ur ih.OUKlinUl In- dis-
,, i I If I. - be.n w .iking hard
tnromplew ork left by Coin-
UP-' !
l, s h i rp rn in I
, me ( .....i n -.'- &* """.
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M.....lav i \ Hi- Ih Ik* ol |*. ,S1''-
, i,,,||t..f ihe
nevt K. clcn \
I |,,. C, ( .. pi atl'ei 'I"1 "'-
VH ->rvi< - on haslet Sunua) hi
m. Stephen-'* I lunch._______
tigli" \tile R *
( ;, ,nd Bahama
Mare'. |t. I
I,, ih, Editor ol The Tribune,
Deai -1-. Editor. .
I-,, v u tini.l- that ii bright to
Kiv* llarbiui Hand*" of our Re.
venue Mim. I l1"'"' ' )^\"
granted lo he. for house >' '"
Commission* and b'd that she
will have laige grants '"' \""u
&c WhenothW grants have
logo to other various wands l,,,s
yeardon'i you think that bur Re-
venue will be well shaken >
What an idea. To build a house
for rSooat a place where people
.re emigrating daily lo Florida.
(The captains w>Mre carrying tne
I
pe6tttirrtf-*.e Hail uj Islanders
I am sure the Hon. Gentlemen W
. H ,UM knows thai amigrai
means a loss to the Colony of men
and money, ..."I r< ihey would
v.te sue. .. large sun when 400
, Aoocm build a nice house M
any gentleman to live in. About
Mr "i and So coming from there,
"id : \ ISS U,
ilnl i9 .1 llg'H -';' I M- ~ "'",1-"
is .,11 nghl i"" bui thai is nothing
to il with the Revenue m >uey
Mistaken wrtl In >tneti n -. hut
I hope none 'II !'" miule .s big
;,s this again Gei.tlen.en Re.ne.n
he, nut harb ui wl* dredging,
.,d w* -van: Monet M*y!
plaiity moncf to do it. Don t down
Mr K. S.I..in.i. he IS <>. Is. he
I. ,,,'nvs I In .nui island did mil need
,u i, ., large su n Hurt ' ihelMtoo
whs he held oui aga-lnsl it Good
ror Mr. SihwtliHi he i* s>-e"tR three
some ain't 9?,n
one. ami if Governoi Bil Smith
hit you thai means Doctor list, i
look nut. How. vp\ I hop* in future
ll0 wiH be ih"-------N-,)' '"
id money thai is undei yuui
-UI..-IVIM..U lightly to please in>
,ie, and you will -.....hat thi
i,.ns will -inr, better (ever) mem
uiing ins .. mi discretion) and
,,, ,,-,. moneV will b incircu ation.
-|-|,anking y. u Mr. Ediior I >t
\,,in valu ll le SP
Yours I'ulv
GR \ N I > UYH \M1 AN.
Wlllmm T Cleare P*q
Commissionei Kresli CrefkAdros
Island.
We the undersigned inhabitants
ol the District "I Presh Creek,
hearing that yofl are shortly lea v.
ins; u-- [or the more arduous duties
i,f Commiss.......< - loteiulei you this sincere expression
of our deep tetret mul sorrow at
youi lestting ui,
I ||,,URh you have been liere but
five months, more work has been
......piished Foi the improvement
ol ihe District than eve. before,
and although we a. well aware
that this is .. a uteat measure ow-
,.lC to the Government's beymniag
tu realize and satisfy the needs nf
the District and reflects no want
f interest on youi predecessors yet
we do feel that the keen and untir-
ing mteresl and energy that yon
have put into the work m guiding
.,,i,i directing and m personal su
p, rvision, h ive L.-en m a vtry large
m. asure responsible for the great
iroprovenn nts made.
Then too Sir, we are not unmind-
ful that \OU are always ready to
help us Wrth your experience ano
advice, Hnd we believs ibal mueh
unpleaianlOfess and friction h;s
been averted by your readiness to
try and > uh-d.'iTu-ulties ma friend-
If spirit
' We smftrelvtiust thai thebless-
ings of Divine Providence will at-
ten I you in youi new sphere of la-
bour and in,tins w associ ite with
you your wife an I children.
We are
Sir.
With much sincere Kpect and
Esteem. Veiy '..iihfully \->urs..
Montague E. Webb J. 1' I'.iest ui
charge S. Stephens, John H.
Braynen. Ge
Hail, E. W.Saunders, and 65 ot-
hers. 1
Fresh Creek
\ndios Island
Feby. 27th 1913.
To The People "I Fresh Cieek
Standard's Creek Calabaeh Bay
1 thank you very much for the
Address above your signature*,
njed m me by a Deputation
,, this the eve ol my departure
horn v..m sli.....- I appreciate the
honottl Oi.fei.....1 ud\mme,ar.dieel
Kind that mv humble efforts during
my bnel tenure of Office b.ve iiot
been barren of results.
I hope lhal Public Works iidw
commenced will continue until you
have good roads and other acco-
mcraation* moreytittingaDittri-t
of vou. site and commercial im-
portance. ..
I feel proud that my friend y
acts have been ..ppiecia'ed. I do
not believe in merely btiOg a
iudg to Inflict fine and irnprl*u.
ments; a combination o! Uw#<
uc% seasoned with friendly mejl-
tatidh. I ha ,-found very effective
i the administration of out l1M|
Districts. ,iiH
I wish yu every success and
prosperity and I will never forget
(Continued on fourth page.)


It
niK i' iv i rc i
Ube tribune
such Favi
Thursday April 10. 191V
I lie British Naval Estimates
for the year' 1913-14 are ov< 1 46
million pounds, an increase of
more than 1,300,000 on the
pi. \ ious year.
Last year, all the money vot-
ed I ould nut be s| :il. as o\\ ing
to pressure bfwork and scarcity
of labour, the 1 uildii g | ro-
gramme could not !>e fully car- I
ml 1 ut. '1 he Follow i!' w< re
cqmpleU d during the financial
year:- | Batth -I ips, Battle
Crusiers, -, Light Cruis
being for Australia) i j I )-.
trovers, 3 Submarines, 3 m -
cellaneous *essi Is. I hi April
1-1 there were under 0 nstiui
tion : Battleships 1 t, Battle
Cruisers 3, Light Ci 11
I destroyers $5. Submai ines 21
'1 ins yeai 1913 14J worl II
be begun "ii -, Battleships, s
Light Ci uisers, 161 >estro> ei sand
s< \ eral submarines and 1 I
smallei craft.
The new programme involve!
mi increase of nearly\,000,000
o\ 1 r. the amount voted f< struction in the previous year.
The Army Estimates show ti
incre 1 on the 1
II ates of the previous \< ai.
Ybeextract which follows 1-
fioni an old speech given by W.
E 1 iladstone. h isel |uent, but
1: is also true \\ hen appli d \<<
anj real measure o( n foi rr :
You cannot 1 'the
future. I ime is 09 mi The
gr< it social Forces which mme
.onwards hi then might and
' ory condition are to be found
in the better quality of the
sponge bn ughl to the t
and the lemand For all
grades of goods in ton
mark<
The report of the "Marine
I'm dm is B aid" for the v< ai
ng Dec. 31, 1912 is publish
e d herein ith :
Acklin's Bight
Reports from this Reserve -
ivi iurabl tl al the Board did
not think it expedient to contin-
ue the closui
lii December Mr. W. R. Dai
ltd, tin careta "With
1 mv "|'ii 1 n foi rais-
inj the (losure on rh sur
nd notil e < ti |a 1
1st 1913 I ad
closure to The j hesitates
sons advani d \. a n
and the 1
out 1 ; endr-avoui to give |'
.in accouni o|
I |i mi mral H
v Itended with
iltt.
1' tie I' islu 1 .
I'll-' I'm '1 ishen 1 the Ba
hamas has long been ai
Yi ,\; b) ii ai tin catch
is diminishing and unl< ss - ime
retried) is found, 1 uftle shell
: ,1 ase to be classed
among oui ex| oris.
Bi 1 rd riasn I thi limit
of sizi e o ptun d From 15
to 17 inches in Haw 1 m -
ind fro i! 1., to 1 -, in I
l ni' le, 1 ui tins Ruli
11.1 - e the eft cl of inci
quantit) of I >ugh il may
allow tl.
zes I "
1 < nii|ilcte closure o! the
Fishery. bui ith n< means ol
nd
report,
The Biahl v a 1 1 si d "u Et-h
No co n 1 pi a i 111
tin Board -
11 the Rules for pro on< hi
Northern Bight, Andros. came into operation 11
This distncl .vas closed on exl "'':i"n ' '
the is) day ol D. r* without interrupt
foi twuvearsaxid b,e* n 1Aa,n '-'"
to improve as mi idh as .1 did r'!
when fin.1 clo ,A '
.
ii: t. 1
.1
i
1 mi 1 I ll" ,,:
Kuard ' '' ""'
pr.
Wli.l.l Wl.i PINDI
1 lo\ei ii'-r I .
I he Board I it is
unable tn 1. infonna
lu, M K, Ma
mHiesty.ane?which the tumult conoernmi!
1 . in thi se w I
: I 1 I I I -
ed i: r. the 1 unturned had
ol >urdebates does not U r a
u nment impede or disturb, those
gri ii soi i.il, forces are against
jou ; Ihev aren arshalled onoui ,hei I'" w""l! '" ""! ; '
side ; arid the banner which we a fu'vev and Mr: Comim-nonei
ht. .....h Wright, who ui e. lum.pro-
I nme moi theBoai la-i but so
. d ii
>el il n will il .v in '
Hie rv "t Ii- ..\ e
home by 'the tirm hand*
united people of tbe thn e
doms, perhaps not to an ea ;y. but
to .1 certain, and to a
..and it will be "'"' '
1' 111 -'"'''' ''
king
I fern to furtle Fi
1 1 which
thoughtful 1 ration m !
dei that tl is ini| 1 '. mt indu
< red.j
' 1 comf
1. 1 1 1 11 d be 1
. nd il pi latii >iih
r ii llotise of As
I,
...
would be provided. If tin ,1
\\ U l I 11 I I I i 11' 11
VWm" "" sent met 1 .1 n
ofauyd.recl infor- ,,,. ll; .
\ ,1 ti
"
#rr
IT.,- *'
ll'-| 1 '111 - 11 ; 11 (
I hange at N
n atioi ; Ii i!.I rloei not fe<
justihed in autlu 111^ fur
Iher ex| 1 n that direi
Bi _'l:t of \k

the r< ii ibacu W uol ai d Vel*
s, and tl hing thi
tie -i
lui 1 is 1
I. it nl> follows a)
leted
ie ruli and |n red. I hi la
"i that yeai being 97,02
id.
The chief causes of this satis-
t. In till in fun '.
the B. aid thinking it u is,- to
maintain a Rule that has beta
Mils I
peril >d ihi mid be r "i I"'1 d" one,
and in 11' ss some measure of this
suit is adopted, we will soon
lave no turtle in our s atersai
furtle Shi II wil fi a
1'. ^.
Similar ni .. < 1 !
en an
\\ ni n we stop and c >nsi< er the
large qu: ntitii s of shells wl
are now exp 1 ted, and ri alize
that most of t nd in
tin -1 roved, it seei
a pit; that I is 1:1 t
Ion to protect this industry
loi. Jusl what is necessarj
11 11
I u-
s "I i1 el
Bo a rd 1
entin
who] f l
whn
\ II: 'ill
propaga
is inn
I bv tati-hii
ill-
\ I mii-
tthi 'i lit

anxious i'' 1.': v 11" is 1
:
1
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are 1 1 in I tei.
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ha- .1 1 1'.
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on City.
I hi
'.,1-. mmning fi nn lid
11.1
r'ic
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\pr : I 1
I itoro| tin I .., me.
I ! and kind s
I,. fore iii" new ap| ointments
\t> Boards wi re inadi it w nuld
ha\ b 'ai a wise and useful sti p
if iheGovernor had asked lor the


iT
minute J}oolf the various
Boards, and lo< bed up the att< n-
danceof ilieir ohm
I know positively that there
nic many men wiici occupy teats
nn these Boards, who never, or1
;it i 'liiii, their
met tin;
The) : 'us
simply lor the appan ni I!' >\-
I 'I R, and in x mi' to be
i /. I ." I
know of men in '.in- (lolony ho
i tually apply to Chairmen, to
II recommi ud< d foi e on .
Iheii p B for no)
other reason than ! i i .i|
it it I
'i making application, \\ I
sin li men, and such B
v'
little servi e. 01 no sen ice it
I low evei Sir, the m w B .
now a| and I trust j
t His E y will 1
hint ind foilov up I
woi k of I Board \
foi aftei all e Public
vants though un
the; ai found i nt in the
ill- ill,A
'1 no) be i li
utment,
i urs thankfullv.
! II ed s>io\\s ;, i ; lii-
hojie "I .iimI
wil I be thi untry
history.
T i i iii. ten moni
i- to
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lt, n niv-
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subji<
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.1
those who endeavoured <> male
our stay a pleasantand memorable
one.
Thanking yon heartily for kind
wishes to wife and family and
trusting God will bless and keep
you evermoie.
Helieve me to be
Your*, sincereh
W. T.CLEAftE.
iSgf" Cutlery
a fine kssoi tment of:
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases,
and
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for sale by
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N () I" I C E.
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1 and the Public in ( urial
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in tbe line <>i
Geneial repair mi pew work Hore
Shoeing Specially \ii work il ite
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asBurlmenl of Lumber and Shin-
f lo:
ii x io and la, t\x to and ta \Tl7r *ould
of ao ft. length* and upwards \\ have on
ns .i specialty. rsu irantee oui
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(he above P>rl in this comrnudiiy.
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belore purchasing ulsewlien .
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supenoi qu "lity.
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CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
ANNA H. KAE.
I'Ri i L* R11 I Rl'-S> ,'1'
The Vogue and A u Bon Marche
The Lme.. Sam StOTl
Closing Sale of Seasons Condi.
High Closs liood'. At very redvjcod
pi lie
rtenviiiiul liUh LM nnd
tnacrlloos. A lew very select
Irish l.cvco H-.-. aqwtojts deaiKns
UeUhn Crepes viiK I.no M
inalc-h. Irish Ufand tin-
br. idcrcl R.nb and W'a>ls 25
poi cent off. Irish Linens.
VWttte ivnd Coloured.
Striped TuSSors SuOings.
Wil ILESALE .v IIKTAIL
Imported Pine Sponge Staves
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