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T HE TR1BU N E IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COL'RTJ April )— Elijah Smith—Using language in hearing of persons in the neighbourhood towards Julia Watkins tending to a breach of the peace—Dismissed. 0,waldFernandez —Assault —8s. and 3s. costs or 7 days. Win, Sands—Breach Sponge and Turtle Fisheries Act—2 month-. 8—Jos. Trotman—That he on ihe 3rd. day of April 1913 [ n the Island of Mew Providence in and upon on< Wm. Walters unlawfully did make an assault and him the said Win. Walters did then beat und and illtreat therebv then occasioning to the said Wm. Wallers actual bodily harm—Sent for trial in Supreme Court. Arthur Paters—Breach Street Traffic Rules—Dismissed. Hilton Williams— —Do— Wm. Fiitchard— — Do— 3 s 9. —Ralphleta Miller — 1 language in hearing of persons in the neighbourhood towards tina Anderson tending to a b' of the peace--Fined 9s. an.I bound m her own recognisance in and Adriannn Knowles, hei mother, as surety in £iu to keep the peace for 3 month-. CAIW.hGR.A.MS April 14th 1913. London, ra.—Subscriptions of $75,000 were promised at the Albert Hal] suffragette meeting to. night The meeting was without incident. West Falm Bench, Florida, 12 — Although all channels of informs tion are closely guarded it can be %  aid that all hope of the recovery ofH. M. Flagltr has vanished in the past thirty six hours, and th<* end is awaited by those gathered at his bedside. London, [£.—Suffragettisra has invaded Rucfcingh im Pal 11 e and has caused a small revolution in the royal. household, one of Ihe highly placed members of j| resign tag owing t„ the ill feeling thai her attiiude on the question arous ed among her colleagues. Queen Mary originally regarded with favour the granting of the vote to women but the policy of the mili. tant suffragettes has completely annihilated her majestj s sympathy for the organization. London, la.—The Duchess of Connaught was opera tad on this morning at CU1e1.ce House. The operation was n severe one, but was borne well by the duchess, CalcuttP, 12.—A detachment of Chinese troop* todnv attic 1 built to order. Native Made Oars— 10, 11, 12 feet, always on hand. Orders foi larger sizes or large qu unities will receive prompt attention r Hanging, s ">'' Guaranteed, Armstrong Street (Hawkins llil..) Lumber &Shingles J UST Receive.! per Schooner •'Roberts e.nd Russells" from St. James City, f lorldn. a full assortment of Lumber and Shingles: ij x 10 and 12, ij x 10 and 12 of 20 ft. lengths and upwards as a specialty. We have opened up a trade with the above Port in this commodity. Buyers would do well to see us before purchasing elsewhere. And are also sl uppers of Sisal. CHAS. J. KF.LLY & BRO. LEVKR BROTHERS LIMITED. 1 aw Port Sunlight, F.ntflund. DO YOU REALISE the importance of pure Soap? Do you know that Sunlight Soap make clothes whiter, and lighter? True economy i use a pure Soap. Sunlight Soap is guaranteed £ pure, therefore can not destroy clothes. your clothes by using Sunlight Soap. >y your y*^ Preserve >fi[/i=.>si W H would iform all who appreciate a Go I Smoke that w"i have ..n ,nd an extensive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra VVl 1 1 ers, and Havana Killers tli gboUl lln-e Cigars are manufactured on out premises b) skilled workmen and greal pains are taken to produi le o1 superioi quality. III,. we have met with in th i rofidentlytoeapecl the patronage ol connoiseurs. I. L. SAt'NDI RS a Co. Ba\ Sti Cutlery Sheffield a fine assortment ofi: R \ZOR$ Table Knives s Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in.Cases, and SCISSORS,.' for sale by Chas. E. Albury. F OUND on Bay St.—Gents Gold Sleeve links with letters engraved C. W. H. owner can see 11 .>t Tribune !i PLACE VOUR ORDER QUICK AS WE 1.1 I FROM FACTORY. S lftGLE Breast Collar, and Collai and llanies, Ian Colour, Horse of Pony sice Web Harness. Call at "store and see Sample HorU I', edel ivered inNfl i au Freight tii i I luty Paid 30/ Will need 30 'lavs to deliver. C. 0. D. C. C. SAUNDERS. i i • Bay St. Vis-.,,. \. P. ANNA E. RAE. PROPRIE1 RESS I >F The Vogue and A u Bon Marche Stores. Th Linen Store STOLEN. C?ROM Schooner A.M.Ii., Fridaj %  %  or Satnrda) mght —1 new Hawser and Anchor, also part ol another Hawser. LOST. PROM selioonei S. ft. Elmwood L last night, Wednesday, and, one 10 ft. boat —marked W.N. Suitable Reward if found. Apply to W. B. NORTH, M-irket R mge. Closing Sale of Seasons Goods, t. i|!Ii Class Goods at very reduced prices. Beivutilul Irish LMCS anil Insertions. A lew very select Irish I.ace Hals, exquisite degitfns Geisha. Crepes with Laces 10 match. Irish HIMIJ Embroidered Robes and YVatsfs 25 per cent off. Irish Llnena. White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. N O T I C E. r l 11-> is to inform my PatrOOl and the Public in ( ieneial that I have opened my Public I'l.i I: Smith Shop; and am now ly to do anything in the line ol (ieneral repaii 01 new work 11 Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P A. Iluyler, 1 It iy >re 1 East (Wliarfj i



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u SO > 3 2. 3!" CD ^S >• 0 o C0 Nvillfus addicltis (urare In verba maglstri. Hcini; bound lo swear to the Dogmas of no Ma9ter. -a VOL. X. [Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. April 14. 1415. No. 120 LEON K it Ul'PI CH, it P !K 11 IOR oeric< -30 41 M UUCBT STRRBT N P !. • %  AMAft. •. ., n it 1:! [SHED DAII 1 \1 ,,'.. Vedaetriay end t%  • -hi. [1 n pi %  •• "' Weeklv • %  • % %  -tl' 1 Mouth* i' jm RalfYearh >a 1 • v\m.i IN' vi>v \ \ %  [Rali Sis pence p (,„ in 1 ino rtion three pence pei line .,i tecond loeertio ennj per Ima ',,1 Mibeeqoenl in ertione. Advertisements undei eight linee 1*. \, 11,111 is being made t<> pi ice ble seats, 01 benches, on oui Park and othi 1 public pi" es. It would have been well lo i> ive included also tome of the ntisi frequented pul lie Blips .'""I abutments, bui thu is too late, as the Committee now conMdering tins mattei would h ive to be instructed accordingly, and this woul ; lay theii i' port, but nevertheless, we would suggest to whi Board or officer 1responsi 1 • lha 1 these slips ot abunm ms fro n heaps ol ,.,l tiom s, n d ~\> 11-. boats, etc., s %  thai ill' j might, al least, presi nl n ,t and respectabli i| and we hope thai as soon as 11 is possible provision will be made tn provide benches for theee 1 of public lesorts. T. G. |ohntoti Esq. ha? i %  " trip t-> I larboui Island to > % %  %  ,'• 11 and tn give instructions in connection with ins ne schooner, now un lei %  onstruct il thai pi 1 1 ,. s tiled 'in Frid ly aftern by the mail Si hr. '"Dart" an I we learn via Spanish Wells, of his at rival onSaturd ly about mid-day. Long felt wantare being mat, in the constructions of drams, in two much needed localities, in Shirley Street, one in the City between Charlotte and Frederi:k Streets, and th othet between Christie and Deveaux Streets, urj l -1. I he City portion ol Bay, Street lo .W111 i after. I hcxeare some and discieditdble ruts, 1 ight re "I one 01 more "' the blocks, and we look to out newly appointed and em rgetic icting irmi n "f the Board ol Works to see us put right, and kept right, in this requirement, Pine-apple growers are urging ine early opening <>f the Pine-a Pacti 'i ies, feen del lined by ii,,slicing North I nster, which lias bio ing f 11 the p isl few days, brought a cargo of 01 l„,\, ittl Feed and the fol. low nipas Miss rlamilda Turnquest Mes. daiiics Sarah I Kolle, Matilda I Ifliin 1, and Emily Finlayson ; Mi ssi J >hri Major, Wm. Darville, Heur) I' in s Pali 11 Majoi James Bullard Ernesi Bullard, Herman 1 1 ,'.ni. |amei Whiley, William Fergurson, Herman Dean, Wm. \ 1 -,11 Cunningham, Jos. [, w. \. Morely, John But ,.. Ri bert William-, Thomas Edwards, Harry Sturrwp, Albert Miller. Benjamin Beckford, and l.isU Morse, ..Master Alphonse I lam. a. (38) The Lighthouse Tender "Carnarvon" arrived this morning from a visit to the several lighthouse ol the Service. J Common ioa tad. Thing* we would like to know. Is it true that so little attention is paid to many of the public schoolmasters on the Out Islands that when they send in letters to %  h IW in _e:il ti. M IV be thev r iceive no answers ? "Whose fault is it? VERNMENT NOTICES. The Stipendiary and Ci.cut Mag si ite will leave Nassau on the 16 \j>ril 1913 to make his cirCUt. Stanley V, 3. Vlbury Esq, Comnissionei Se on I I 'ivision has been placed in charge ol 1 tieDistrict of Exuma. I'.i 'f ill 1 v ng appoi itment of nmissioners "I Public Works .,,1 1 1 111 Is nl Health for the year 1 n nencing from 1 lie 1st April : ; has been made. BlMINIS. The Commissioner, ex officio George Sherman Esq. Messrs jamas Smith Charles R ins, and John T. Roberts, RAGGED ISLAND. The Commissioner ex officio Messrs Isaiah Hepburn, John Samuel Pmtard, Herman II. Maycock and John C. Wallace. • The following appointments have been made, subject to the approvel of the Secretaey of Stall and with effect from 8th instant. Mr. Willis H. Bethel to be Chief Clerk Audit Department; Mr. George B. Albury to be Second Clerk Post office. Hugh F. Pickwoad Esq. Commissioner Hope I own, All ico has been granted leave of absence on half salary from the fitli to the 27. April 1913. Interinsular Mails for Inagua, Long Cay, Acklins I., Rum Cay, Long Island, Clarence Town, Arthurs Town, The Bight; San Salvador will be closed on Thurs day 17 April 19IJ at u o'clock a. m. Williams 3V*O^S i


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Nvillfus addicltis (urare In verba maglstri.
Hcini; bound lo swear to the Dogmas of no Ma9ter.
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VOL. X.
[Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. April 14. 1415.
No. 120
LEON K it Ul'PI CH,
it P !K 11 IOR
oeric< -30 41 M uucbt strrbt
N P !. AMAft.
. ., n it
1:! [SHED DAII 1
\1 ,,'.. Vedaetriay end t-
-hi.
[1 npi "'
Weeklv -tl'1
Mouth* i'
jm ......
RalfYearh
'
>a 1
v\m.i in' vi>v \
.
\ [Rali Sis pence p
(, in 1 ino rtion three pence pei line
.,i tecond loeertio ennj per
Ima ',,1 Mibeeqoenl in ertione.
Advertisements undei eight linee 1*.
\, 11,111 is being made t<> pi ice
ble seats, 01 benches, on
oui Park and othi 1 public pi" es.
It would have been well lo i> ive
included also tome of the ntisi fre-
quented pul lie Blips .'""I abut-
ments, bui thu is too late, as the
Committee now conMdering tins
mattei would h ive to be instruct-
ed accordingly, and this woul ;
lay theii i' port, but nevertheless,
we would suggest to whi
Board or officer 1- responsi 1
lha 1 these slips ot abunm ms
fro n heaps ol
,.,l tiom s, n d ~\> 11-. boats, etc., s
thai ill' j might, al least, presi nl n
,t and respectabli i|
and we hope thai as soon as 11 is
possible provision will be made
tn provide benches for theee 1
of public lesorts.
T. G. |ohntoti Esq. ha? i "
trip t-> I larboui Island to >-,' 11
and tn give instructions in connec-
tion with ins ne schooner, now
un lei onstruct...... il thai pi
11,. s tiled 'in Frid ly aftern
by the mail Si hr. '"Dart" an I we
learn via Spanish Wells, of his at
rival onSaturd ly about mid-day.
Long felt want- are being mat,
in the constructions of drams, in
two much needed localities, in
Shirley Street, one in the City be-
tween Charlotte and Frederi:k
Streets, and th othet between
Christie and Deveaux Streets, urj
l -1.
I he City portion ol Bay, Street
- lo .W111 i after. I hcxeare some
and discieditdble ruts, 1 ight
, re "I one 01 more "' the
blocks, and we look to out newly
appointed and em rgetic icting
irmi n "f the Board ol Works
to see us put right, and kept right,
in this requirement,
Pine-apple growers are urging
ine early opening <>f the Pine-a
Pacti 'i ies, f ms we Ii ive been having the
eropsare rapidly maturing.
Ariangements are in contempla-
tion for 1 1 rge qu mtitj ol Cuban
. ipple this ye ir, foi the grow
cis 1 il Eleutliera and tins island.
'The motorsch.....lei "Frances I
n ived from Mi iini on Sunday
morning, having l>een del lined by
ii,,- slicing North I nster, which lias
bio ing f 11 the p isl few days,
brought a cargo of 01
l,\, ittl Feed and the fol.
low ni- pas
Miss rlamilda Turnquest Mes.
daiiics Sarah I Kolle, Matilda
I Ifliin 1, and Emily Finlayson ;
Mi ssi J >hri Major, Wm. Darville,
Heur) I' in s Pali 11 Majoi James
Bullard Ernesi Bullard, Herman
11,'.ni. |amei Whiley, William
Fergurson, Herman Dean, Wm.
\ 1 -,11 Cunningham, Jos.
[ Williams, Sampson Hunt, Heibert
Miller, Ebort Culmer, Lincoln
r.niiic, Jeremiah I iibs in, Sylves-
tre i v.m, I-11 1I1 Jol 1- n, Enoch
Ail i.y, Milton Nealey, Ramon
i, ,.->, w. \. Morely, John But
,.. Ri bert William-, Thomas
Edwards, Harry Sturrwp, Albert
Miller. Benjamin Beckford, and
l.isU..... Morse, ..Master Alphonse
I lam.a. (38)
The Lighthouse Tender "Carnar-
von" arrived this morning from a
visit to the several lighthouse ol
the Service.
j
Common ioa tad.
Thing* we would like to know.
Is it true that so little attention
is paid to many of the public
. schoolmasters on the Out Islands
that when they send in letters to

h IW in _e:il ti. M IV be thev
r iceive no answers ? "Whose fault
is it? "
VERNMENT NOTICES.
The Stipendiary and Ci.cut
Mag si ite will leave Nassau on
the 16 \j>ril 1913 to make his cir-
CUt.
Stanley V, 3. Vlbury Esq, Com-
nissionei Se on I I 'ivision has been
placed in charge ol 1 tie- District of
Exuma.
I'.i 'f ill 1 v ng appoi itment of
nmissioners "I Public Works
.,,1 1 1 111 Is nl Health for the year
1 n nencing from 1 lie 1st April
: ; has been made.
BlMINIS. The Commissioner,
ex officio George Sherman Esq.
Messrs jamas Smith Charles
R ins, and John T. Roberts,
RAGGED ISLAND. The Com-
missioner ex officio Messrs Isaiah
Hepburn, John Samuel Pmtard,
Herman II. Maycock and John C.
Wallace. *

The following appointments
have been made, subject to the ap-
provel of the Secretaey of Stall
and with effect from 8th instant.
Mr. Willis H. Bethel to be Chief
Clerk Audit Department; Mr.
George B. Albury to be Second
Clerk Post office.
Hugh F. Pickwoad Esq. Com-
missioner Hope I own, All ico has
been granted leave of absence on
half salary from the fitli to the 27.
April 1913.
Interinsular Mails for Inagua,
Long Cay, Acklins I., Rum
Cay, Long Island, Clarence Town,
Arthurs Town, The Bight; San
Salvador will be closed on Thurs
day 17 April 19IJ at u o'clock a.
m.
Williams 3V*O^S

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T HE TR1BU N E
IN THE
MAGISTRATE'S COL'RTJ
April
) Elijah SmithUsing lan-
guage in hearing of persons in the
neighbourhood towards Julia Wat-
kins tending to a breach of the
peaceDismissed.
0,waldFernandez Assault 8s.
and 3s. costs or 7 days.
Win, SandsBreach Sponge and
Turtle Fisheries Act2 month-.
8Jos. TrotmanThat he on
ihe 3rd. day of April 1913 [n the
Island of Mew Providence in and
upon on< Wm. Walters unlawfully
did make an assault and him the
said Win. Walters did then beat
und and illtreat therebv then
occasioning to the said Wm. Wal-
lers actual bodily harmSent for
trial in Supreme Court.
Arthur PatersBreach Street
Traffic RulesDismissed.
Hilton Williams Do
Wm. Fiitchard Do
3s-
9. Ralphleta Miller 1
language in hearing of persons in
the neighbourhood towards !
tina Anderson tending to a b'
of the peace--Fined 9s. an.I bound
m her own recognisance in
and Adriannn Knowles, hei mother,
as surety in iu to keep the peace
for 3 month-.
CAIW.hGR.A.MS
April 14th 1913.
London, ra.Subscriptions of
$75,000 were promised at the
Albert Hal] suffragette meeting to.
night The meeting was without
incident.
West Falm Bench, Florida, 12
Although all channels of informs
tion are closely guarded it can be
aid that all hope of the recovery
ofH. M. Flagltr has vanished in
the past thirty six hours, and th<*
end is awaited by those gathered
at his bedside.
London, [.Suffragettisra has
invaded Rucfcingh im Pal 11 e and
has caused a small revolution in
the royal. household, one of Ihe
highly placed members of j| resign
tag owing t the ill feeling thai
her attiiude on the question arous
ed among her colleagues. Queen
Mary originally regarded with
favour the granting of the vote to
women but the policy of the mili.
tant suffragettes has completely
annihilated her majestj s sympathy
for the organization.
London, la.The Duchess of
Connaught was opera tad on this
morning at CU1e1.ce House. The
operation was n severe one, but
was borne well by the duchess,
CalcuttP, 12.A detachment of
Chinese troop* todnv attic1 battallion of police attached to a
British surveying party in the fron-
tier of Burma. The British column
repulsed the attack, but suffered ,
few casualties. Among the wound-
ed was Sir Charles Bernard head
of the surveying party.
Brussels, 12.Belginm stands to
lose $800,000 everyday the gener- r
al strike lasts if, as the socialists
declare, 20 percent of the industrial 1
labourers quit work next Mon< ly.
Washington, u.- -In open cau-
1 US the Republican members of the
house tonight laid plans for a vi-
gorous organization to oppose the
Under .vood tariff bill.
FOR HIRE,
A six room DWELLING
HOUSE with bath room at-
tached and all out door conven-
iencei including a Tank.
I si Street, South, opposite
\ass in Priaor,.
Apply 10
JOS LAING
Blue Hill St. South
CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
Carpentei an I I'ape, I la
Open Boats 9, gj, in, 11, u feet,
always on hand. Othei v> -
built to order.
Native Made Oars10, 11, 12 feet,
always on hand. Orders foi
larger sizes or large qu unities
will receive prompt attention
r Hanging,
s">'' Guaranteed,
Armstrong Street (Hawkins llil..)
Lumber &- Shingles
JUST Receive.! per Schooner
'Roberts e.nd Russells" from
St. James City, f lorldn. a full
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
gles:
ij x 10 and 12, ij x 10 and 12
of 20 ft. lengths and upwards
as a specialty.
We have opened up a trade with
the above Port in this commodity.
Buyers would do well to see us
before purchasing elsewhere.
And are also sluppers of Sisal.
CHAS. J. KF.LLY & BRO.
LEVKR BROTHERS LIMITED.
1 aw
Port Sunlight, F.ntflund.
DO YOU REALISE
the importance of pure Soap?
Do you know that
Sunlight Soap
make clothes whiter, and
lighter? True economy i
use a pure Soap. Sunlight
Soap is guaranteed
pure, therefore can-
not destroy
clothes.
your clothes by
using Sunlight Soap.
>y your y*^
Preserve >fi[/i=.>si
WH would iform all who appreciate a Go I Smoke that w"i
have ..n ,nd an extensive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
VVl 1 1 ers, and Havana Killers tli.....gboUl
lln-e Cigars are manufactured on out premises b) skilled workmen
and greal pains are taken to produi le o1 superioi quality.
III,. we have met with in th i rofidentlytoeapecl
the patronage ol connoiseurs.
I. L. SAt'NDI RS a Co.
Ba\ Sti
Cutlery
Shef-
field
a fine assortment ofi:
R \ZOR$
Table Knives s
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in.Cases,
and
SCISSORS,.'
for sale by
Chas. E. Albury.
FOUND on Bay St.Gents
Gold Sleeve links with letters
engraved C. W. H. owner can see
11 .>t Tribune !i
PLACE VOUR ORDER
QUICK AS WE 1.1 I FROM
FACTORY.
SlftGLE Breast Collar, and
Collai and llanies, Ian Colour,
Horse of Pony sice Web Harness.
Call at "store and see Sample Hor-
U .
I', edel ivered inNfl i au Freight
tii i I luty Paid 30/
Will need 30 'lavs to deliver.
C. 0. D. C. C. SAUNDERS.
i i Bay St.
Vis-.,,. \. P.
ANNA E. RAE.
PROPRIE1 RESS I >F
The Vogue and A u Bon Marche
Stores.
Th Linen Store
STOLEN.
C?ROM Schooner A.M.Ii., Fridaj
* or Satnrda) mght 1 new
Hawser and Anchor, also part ol
another Hawser.
LOST.
PROM selioonei S. ft. Elmwood
L last night, Wednesday, and,
one 10 ft. boat marked W.N.
Suitable Reward if found.
Apply to
W. B. NORTH,
M-irket R mge.
Closing Sale of Seasons Goods,
t. i|!Ii Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Beivutilul Irish Lmcs anil
Insertions. A lew very select
Irish I.ace Hals, exquisite degitfns
Geisha. Crepes with Laces 10
match. Irish HimiJ Em-
broidered Robes and YVatsfs 25
per cent off. Irish Llnena.
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
N O T I C E.
rl 11-> is to inform my PatrOOl
and the Public in ( ieneial
that I have opened my Public
I'l.i I: Smith Shop; and am now
ly to do anything in the line ol
(ieneral repaii 01 new work 11
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P A. Iluyler,
1 It iy >re 1 East (Wliarfj
i


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