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! nn T u :•. r \ I. Zbe tribune Tuesday April 14. 191}. [simple elements, thus leaving more room fqc industrial I But we will -1\ at i tli.it it is easj to put gn '1 emes "u pap i and yet find in a scatteii d tion like We lad to Be* thai the jours that it is most difficult to "Observer's Columri" in Saturcarrj them out. .11 Guardian'' *asj yVe wish "Observers" occupied with the question of tion idea might be gol Agriculture. working order. In Hal sandy W j< in i u %  ith "' % bservei .,; %  Si %  %  itei e silj Found. In when he that oui agriver) many ca* Id be iral populati .;, and unfit for drii rv< r" had opportunity | )U | %  ,; f,, r h of studying our p first tion purposes it would I"* in hand and on the different islands, quite as us i ul as we think he would modify Ini Irinking water. I 1 opinions on i!i.n su s done more to inji would find tl ningas we havi than any iods in tlir year our W'l en ci Ftei toilfroi early morning till la ils it is natural to -lip o in the afternoon in the heat. We Florida, and e\ i y.but :watched them also clean ifour people were taught a isal in tinin' "| simple method of irrigal n tinsea shore and ha % %  %  staj -at-l I man) times with their folk, tnce in toil, I he men c who are sought afti i aslaboui Has the l iovernmenl in Central America and Floi ired the open -| i i the and who are still called for as West, just below the i stevedores on the Atlas steam I Pilot K rop? It lias tablisheri a good reputa been before the House ol \ tion liv habitsol industry. on more than • But people are likely to work sion, but, at 'Inwriting, we nil the hetter when they have a are uncertain w hi ther the -mail ng inc< ntive.' >n this point piece of gr >un I I : i rver" is certainly right, longs to the Public, or to Hunger can do a lot, and the prr i terests, but w hope of getting a profitable reis Public prop rty, oi not, turn ran • on should bi pai I influence. The pn of makIt is us ing money isatle i for dep aid to th< | %  the enti An empty stomach and an empes, muli t> I rk well together in dering it unsightly, tos %  >l its a i tion. I ln> [>ii oo upies a promi the approach I tin I ill' ; of tin' Soil ? '( )|.-i fV( l" good deal of thfe em rgv spent on agriculture isaadly misdin ed and if a scheme could be deand abutment, upon w vised whereby practical and scientific tar mine might be taught along with elementarj %  ducation, it would be w< II. \\ • know of "ut i-l ind Board where the 'cadi, i I t) ti ach the scholars t" culti irate a portion of the school largi Mims of mimej I ly, .-onI that thi t lie right i" see th it ondition is prop r. Heal th I) 111 in stn ii a rashii mastogi I the I louse <>f A leas of farmi n G >m h tl during tl I immittee i oscd o that the members of the Board the following gentlemen: U c lucatioi how us that tors J. J i.H. J ral diffii ultles in the le J. I' waj ol their carr Ing out sui h a m VV. C. R n, < J, plan lj • We I ave, V\ i | I t th.it Si hool i urrii ujum is tooipowei w ide foi the needs of manv s ; tli incuts and that it would I .... 1 %  • %  '.. i %  be carried into effei t, tl cial will be a very busy n and wiLl hai I ir pi ivate praci : p. lain. : :. V\ for an a| as h of tinn< th Bill. The \pril Supi "mi rr ign Mails via Miami "Frances E. 1 ill I cli I on \\ e at 4 p. m. T Mail i'. nl in i Noon N'n-a. X P., i ith Api d. i 113. I. E. I I. Mr; 1 I'dil I Sir I woi and pupils, t" I with ver in tin the \'i>: mal i mini for I hers was in i jue, Prin %  i : i to the then then it • I t" h.o Mr. Smith part-; ol nn. I all rtai to 1 I, our childn n in th B Geo an I hisl a l e> I %  I d such a scl iual i !, i pted in i I in' | in I be, a Ith, bol I h 1" agriculture, I %  Mr. Ul n.11 t 11 i -ai.I. place lh. | osil n a how fir i ho i r h ird of th I or i i visited, coming d % % % % %  n h u a %  a >n % %  mid like to . 11 ,..' I of 1 islands, theii iplm al "J n, hist on p i i \\...;1 I 11 I misl I i %  two hav and wl i culled 1 ••l.a: Pink md %  • and I hn| e it u ill i n claim that i n • j K to "tir children and We hildren, th i that wh ' ime d of • • a t inn • w ve a i i %  %  I hope ot thin chan I hanking you I ..I i d. I n truly, PUSH Ft >RWA i 0 II '.II I). w I i I I C I'. II i %  1 i i l milV'm. T. ( i 1 in it. I le iprovement; an I con I V\ hile thi n1 md i ui th B tution. We %  : and I I ; ..ml II iture bri I nifoi 1 mis sum' i in i ilied them to nd pointi d out how i raise the mom y needed He did only '-11 them how; but planned entei lainnn nts f"i the pin 11 Th< i tain m nt are to be of a Musical natun ime literary sei n.



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MM BUN!: CI'XESS 'I REASURE <>l I M'I'VI.IX \ _J i tlioir.' '.! In.: ; for, [ :\ man's ha|)| in irely in his own mil wi -I <•! i M lilcnleil. in wit %  ppy in .111(1 r.f III:;,. j lis ; "i It is strict Ad, asstidi, n is en: ,| M> ,, v .,, H II.a\ lie p..„ I:I .,, |, • •(liiiiTc m talent : e will 1 I py, no l ir ill nth the %  li j n ptJ i ">n. .'i i in-" ipokett i lie< rily within sflini'l <>f Mr i at a sherill Thus it %  valid, prostrate upon her bm k for jo j is been kn iwn to-.' msliine throughout in entire city, or an unlettered %  ThckMiiith id a thousand bors to him witl %  oud will moi ii anj he ha %  <1 thus it is that i, from I liin'i'' t of t eri i| t' 11 a .; %  ..' a 111 ( I Hy evening March j;ih in *Hlo<>lioom. An I iiotwthst uulBr 11 %  111 ii 111 po' i for prep iration and retie.' 1 : i King a lively, int< anil "to' /nine o( Dialogs* %  .'• it.ii .. Comic S i ao li, strum nt.il Selections. il i nir a fen d ys ago, thn the net pr icccds, BITIOU ited tO 111' i i'' lital'le. sum of ,'.';, 17. Hicll. I • ; a \ 1 1 good tfcminii •i.iinin • Hdered which 1 >u will publish j I l.'ir.t'li—-, I ir l.'.il. Wh Rlu C. I!. I l.i II1 %  I'o : Band. Maura 1 pa 1 |ia 1 eul nu 1 i,' le ins In in I11 vthe Ind 1 ninent, [or us. I • -! 1 _• C ty I-. I. April .1 1 pin I %  , md. Recitatu ong \V, W. I'm VI,III 1 I ill 1 ill II gM II 1 i lias. Km \\ les, J> ihn I ii. '.! I'nifessor 11.1 ~i in,. %  I uv irfs. A Broken Courtship C. W. I. Knn ieo Armbri Five "in > i lial with R Sunj— I'L.I. I / D. II.,1111.1. \ K' itition —I il (i A inle isti 1. A Song -Musbl Mush I %  < 'om m— | Sooner, 1 IMPERIAL ,V \T I I. PROGRAM. ,. "THE I VND Of PROMISE. SKI I'M Ei IYS. '.! %  II V, iy • I :!! II I I LE I HIEF" I 1.1 If. .,. LOVE WII l. FIND A WAV \'".ii 1-. I n l< in, 1 1 ,111 tills I • in Lon of wl It is underst I that a %  of the hi use ol ci nun o is to the rause ol won intends t'> ask t h ek whether h" is plan when • III t v I III ltt will 1 i ROYAL \ l I i. \ I URE SHOW \\'i115. 1. Inim's I i comic picture, 1 h. il Secret. Beautiful %  i. i. Beau Bn I in a great %  5. lif way "f Hi-; West, Great Cowb v picture it Comii by Von Ri is. "A 1 day 7 Silveiplum iiurie" G it Dra na of the 1 man Silver. mines. I Ion I fail to see this iw. London, 13.—Lady Scott an i in I.'. 1 Ion I his 1 %  1 i' HI from /. :l 111 I, wluthei she went to hei husband. I I -\ 1 •,.-Bulgaria is making f irmal cj ipied by the %  1 1 dis, from Belgi ich n I l that Bulg aia is taking milil • to support h 11 claims. Rome, 1 ;. -Pope Pius has tuf! 1 j'. His condition uch as to arouse the 21 ears. VVashingl in, 13. Imn liate free is rejecti 1 li.' ; 1 11 1 1 • 1 • • men by in whelming woti ifl 1 an ipp< al of dei • 1 ind by the president and In 1 ways and me ins c< immittee. THE SPECIAL CALL AT I HE ROYAL STORE. O UR "Royal" Household 11 1 •. 1 I 11 i n i 11 J I per lb, Ig ol %  -. "Gold tar I ami "Laurel Brand I lo ir" 1 ual Floui |"'i 1 1 Pigs IV, 1 in Vinegar at 7 I. pet lb, I'm iwn Sugar at 2$d. pi lb < lur best in town selling .it .| I i" 1 |u irt. AJi nu ura ei i< s an fresh and good qua lit} an eap, Pure lam.lie 1 Iviiill ,it [OS, |iSI on, I \MFS L. ^ VUNDERS & Co. Nissau N. P. Bahamas, April 15th i'ii.;. C \BLEGR \NK I ondon, 15 Sir Stu irt M. Samuel, Radical member "f parlaiment from the Whitechapal district ol Londi in -in 1 one of the leadi n g I ink '-. must v ic ite his seat in Memphis, I eiinessee, 13. — M 1 B 1I1 HI one millii m BCI es of tat 1 timber land looded, a el '-in ill towns li 1 vi' been irarily d M<1 thousands rendered homeless as* 1 of the wi' ks rav ;i of tlrt MisI ipi River Ihri >ugli the centra I portion "I the gn al vallajr. Londoi I iPankhurst, the suSragetti lea ler, ise 1 from I lolloway ja ; l this morning, aftei having been on a hurt strike since she was sentenced nine .r; 1 tu three years penal si-i vitude. WILLIAMS'J SHOES ARE BETTER.



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T II fe TRIB TJ N E Mr. George Bumside has appointed Acting Dispenser, Hospital. been The has Mr. Aubrey F. Farrington been appointed a Tide waiter. John A. Roue l'.-q, Couitnr, First Division lias been placed in charge ol the District of The Bighl San Salvador. John A. Howe Esq., has been appointed Registrar of Births and Deaths for Arthur's Town S. S. Mr. W. 11. Sandhfll been ippointed District Postmaster at Tarpum Bay. The resignation ol Rev, Leonard B, Simpson as a Maniage Officei has been accppti'd. Rev. Ci. Ileibert Moon has been duly registered a Marriage Officer. FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING HOUSE with bath room attached and all out door conven* iences including a Tank. East Sireet, South, opposite Nassau Prison, Apply to JOS. I..MNG Blue Hill St, South Big Towel Sale on F'riday, 11th inst. AT The Nassau Bargain House. JUST OPENED. A Case of 06 doc Fine quality Bleached Huckaback Towels to be sold at only 6d each would be cheap at o,d. < Also _| and 3 yd Damask Table Cloths at only 4s and 5s. each, Table Napkins ..t 4s. U 7. Fine quality P. caff* 10 be *'d at this sale for qd each. The above aie some special job Lots, so don't mi'S this Nile Another job Lot Mens sliiris at is. 6d. \. F. MOO HI.. FOR ALE A CONN CORN Condition —A strument, W. A. S\Y I in Perfect Splendid ln\NY CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN Carpenter and Papd Hanger, Open lioats— 9, gj, rr>, 11, 12 feet, always on hand. Other sices built to order. Xative Made Oar$— 1 0, II, 12 feet, always >n hand. Orders for larger sizes or large quantities will receive prompt attention Paper Hanging. Satisfaction Guaranti 1. Armstrong Street (Hawkins Hil..) Lumber & Shingles J UST Received per Schooner "Robens n.nd R. visselU" from St. _ame_*Clty. Florida., a lull assortment of Lumber and Shingle*: \\ x 10 and 13, i \ x 10 and 12 of 23 fi. IfjngtllS and upwards as .1 specialty. \\'e have opened tip n irade with the above PiTt in llii* commodity. Buyers would da well to see us before purchasin here. And aie also Shippers of Sisal CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO. Sheffleld Cutlery a line assortment rrtart out from home on a romhlnert Imalm*. and pM-itAure trip, stay Ml the hetff hotele, and live like a lord mid ("Iran up try day? Work at niiiu_a*nn:iit pleree, omwiieii street corner*, mannfa* turtwr Inatltutlnne, anywhere aiul evprywlMTe, un minute* walk from home or on the other elde W-. <>t TlutH* Tletiirr*. Ery plate la developed without the u_e of nlma or Bt-gatlvee, and la reedy to dell.cr to your cuatomvr lo I. NO then %  minute eftcr making the eiposure. 1 hH UI.M A IIKAHI I. 1NVKNTHM lake* 100 picture* an boul i '"'V want*iptuna and -_**h aale you make eilvert___s your _tua___•_ %  and makea mure aulea for yon. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED Simple metructlon* accompany each outfit and you can hmin u make money In HI teen minute* after the outfit reaehc* you. %  _,...-, A trifling inveatment wUI get thU WONPKRFULoirTFIT for you aiul put you In a poaitlon to make £500 a yt*r. If you want to bo independent, and absolutely your own bo**, write me to-day and I will eend you by return mall, foil free Information regarding th>* WON I-I itKI'l. PROFOfU. TI>V. Incindlnjc letter* oflerlng P*_?.*i v r_.P r "*?' from every part of the world IKiSTOKLAY, ANrtWEll +IIIrt ANSOlNfl-MKNT T"^V L imam, Hp rttl w. m II..§HI. MI faMil W l. would ifofm all who appreciate a Good Sm>ke ihM wnow linveon ..iidanexDM.siv.-Si... k of HAVANA ClGARfc Ae SruaraDtM our lunnd to be md of the fineal Havana aqd ^.mntra Wmpi ers and HavRna Killer* ti ghoul I u. ,,. t .....rs ;.re manufactured on nu premie by skilled workmen nnd .real paim are taken in produce an aiticle ol luperioj quality; The sue w we hnvi met with in the pati leads uaconfidently toexptfd lhepation,|reofca.nnoiaeor.. L SAtNDERS 4 Co, Bin Street PLACE YOUR 0RDF.K QUICK \S Wli (.i.l FHOM FACTOUY. S INGLE IlieiM -"Uai, .HI>! Ldlliii -mil lla.nrs, I an Colour, llnrsior I'ony KiX* W rl> Hrilt_. i .ill til >lu .inn s.-f S.oiv|>le llarnrsm usp. P.iCr >i i. •• < 1 inNatMiu Fr< iah. ; -iiul I>111 v I'mJ y %  Will lie. i \o IIMXS to deli 1 er, C. i) I). % %  -\r\lilRS. EH -I Baj Si A IS'-III \. I '. STOLEN. i;uoM SchuiMiei V.M.B., Friday A^ or Saturday night —i new llnvsser and \nchor, alto I'.irt of another Ha*ter, LOST. 1 ^I.OM schooner S. B. Elm wo i I laal niyiit, Wednesday, -nd, one io fi. boat — in.il ked W.N. Suitable Reward if found. \|jply to W. U. NOR I'll, Market Range. ANNA E. RAE. PR< ipRII I RESS OF The Vogue andAu Bon Marche TW U -i l ww stores. Closing Sale of Seasons Goods. HltfK Class Goods at very reduced pricea. Bcnuiif vil Irish l.ivces and Inserliorta. A few very select Irish Lace H ..is. exquisite degi||ns Geishn. Crepes with Laces lo match. Irish H.\ ml Embroidered Kobes anil Waists 2S per cent off. Irish Linens. Wnite and Coloured. Sniped Tussore Suitings. NOT ic !•:. T lll^ is I.I inform my Patrooi and tinPublic Hi General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol Geneial repair or new work Horaa SI ;u •specially. All work done M hanically. P. A. Huvler, 453 Hay Street. East (Wharf)



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u I CD %  s cr CD 0) a O CD ifetme VOL. X. NulIIUS addictus (urnre in verbs m&gistri. Hi mi; bound lo swear to the Dogmas of no Master. ;\ASVJ. N. P., Buhamaj, Tuesday. April 15. 1915 No. 121 LION I H m I i t M. Kuir i,m I'N.II I K Oh'KI ,, \| VUKKT -TkKKI N'.IS-.III N I' I l HAM A i Ho In PUBLISHED U Ml \ M lUilny, Vr.lcii-.dav aa ,| i-, i. ... %  ingle copy ... I,I, riMtdav, Thumdai and Saturday *ile e.i|ii ... ,,i N •• 4)d P11 tai i .,. JTearh £. Y-, v "'V'm.i' IN IDVANCF Wveili Rali ->i\ \mw a |,er imc fin In-! nijilioii: Ihrre pence per line '••i seen.I insertion; ami oat penny per line f.ir mbasquanl insertion*, AiUerli-einents under tight lines ,s. NO i i:\k-. I i ir •• >rds, '*nu lea1 1 ,' will look MI iwael 11) e\ es gro A r dun from weepi ng ; Those words, "n> death," will come MI glad Tn bodies graveward creeping, "\i. sin row makes a tlii 111 in hearts Long dead i<> other thrilling No crying" sounds si> toll to ear* Earth's moans have long been filling. "X i niuhl there" seems so In ighl in i hi e V\ IIIIS,sun sank back at dawn ing : "No sea" s muds calm to those who sail Long le npest-tossed Hurl mcurp"AH pain" drops blessed nnaching hearts, W IIII %  fru iheil -li-i |>fst i rea.l'That rest" falls sweet on weary feet Unchosea pathways treading. Selected. Editor Tribune, Dear Sir. Kindlv grant me space to point out tn "Young Exuma." ilia' the "casting out, of the 'disobedient' and 'unprofitable' ones from among 'the cluldien of the kingdom,'does not conflict with the fact that "ill \el shall he s • ved,""foi they att IM ali Israel which are o) Israel" "hut ilie children ol the pi roise ed for l Matt, 8 : 11-12; Luke 13: 23—30; Rum, 'i : 1 Rom ins alev. n shows very plainly, that although the 'natural bianches,' ({he Hebrews, or fleshly fe ITS' 'were broken off, because of their stubborn and persis ent 'un belief and 'disobedience,' 'the stock of Israel' still exist*,and into it ir" grafted all true believers, of all tribes and nations, thus perpetuating l le • % %  l h ill 11." the true "Israel ofG *1." "And so, (in Ibis way—by means ol tins grafting process] all Israel shall he saved," Even the breaking ciff of grafted branches, ih.it prove unfruitful, Rom. 11 : 17 — 23 ; John 15: 1 8) cannot destroy the stork ol Israel, fii Hue, re-il Israel, wnh whom (hi New oven mt is made, will endure as long as ihe sun and moon, and stars leb. 8: 6—13 ; lei 31 31 -37. It should lie noted, that ill the hearts of true, New Covenant Israel, n written 'lie Law of God, which natural Israel transgressed "until there was no remedy, and they were broken off," It should also be noted that the observance %  >f the Sabbath ol the Lord, I which is the Seventh and not the First day Of the Week) is the 'Sign' 'Si ',' 'Mark,' or 'Token,' of true Israel, both in this world and the next, (Ex. 31 : 13—18; La. 66: 22,33,) while intelligent, wilful, peisutenl disregard of it, results, in being 'bioki n off' and cast out I tsek. 20 1 -20 ; Jer. 17 : 191 I'"'. to: 11 12 ; Rom. 15 : 4. I he lecord of tl"> *hattered battle, 'whjch cannot b$ made whole again, (Jer. 19. 1 -13), expose* ihe fallacy of that pleasing fable, whuh predicts the salvation of natural Isiael during the Millennium or at another lime, The promise of 'the world to come' and the 'Heavenly,' 'New Jerusalem,' made so lone ago to Abraham, 'the father of the faithful : and renewed to and through every Inspired writer since, is soon to be fulfilled by the Resurrection of Abraham, and his seed—('all who sleep in Jesus',) to receive their reward. Gen. 15 : 14 —16 ; Rom. 4 : 13; I leb. 11:8 — 16 : Matt, Hi : 27 j Luke 14 : 13 True Chruttans, of all national 1 ties, .11 e "Abraha 1 "/ rov'indeed" hue an I n • v, Gal, 16, 29 ; John 1 : 47. I hey aie Sav from then sin's now, and will eternally saved from the power i>l death, when Jesus comes again. Is;. 25 : 8, y ; He!). 9: 27, 28. The name "Israel" means 'an overcomer''a prevailer,' —and s. only those, who, through Chrit overcome and prevail ovet 'the world, the fJesh and the devil,' thus becoming Israelites, ran enter 'the I.and of Isiael,'—'the Heavenly 1 in.' I he New Jerusalem, into which 'those who keep the command, mentl of God and the Faith of Jesus,' shall soon enter," (Rev. 14 : 12; and 22: 1 ( 1, is an Israelitih City, the names of the Twelve Tribes being written on its g^te-, and those of the Twelve Apostles. (All Israe'ites), on us I ounaatimis. Rev. 21: 10 — 14. The Twelve Apo lies will there, under God HII I Christ, rule as King's, over 'the nations of them that are saved'. the Twelve Tribes of Israel —cum posed of both natural and adopted citizens. Matt. 19: 27—30; Rev. 21:24 — 26. It therefore behoves Hebrews tn "abide not still in unbelief" bio believe in Jesus, and thus begraf'ed again into 'the Stock of Israel' from which they were 'broken hecause of unbelief." And it behoves Gentiles, through Jesus, to obtain adaption into "tin Commonwealth of Israel," for by thus "Hiding and \l>iding" in him, "All hrael shall be saved." Thanking you for space, I am, sincelv W. A. s\YK AW. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Mr. Chas. I. Gibson has been fpointed a Justice of the Peace for the District of Arthurs Town, San Salvador. Mr. F. A. Burnside, Dispenser. The Hospital fourteen days sick leave with effect from the and inst. (Continued on fourth page.) sfi


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VOL. X.
NulIIUS addictus (urnre in verbs m&gistri.
Hi mi; bound lo swear to the Dogmas of no Master.
;\asvj. N. P., Buhamaj, Tuesday. April 15. 1915
No. 121
LION I h m I i t M.
Kuir i,m I'n.ii i k
Oh'KI ,, \| VUKKT -TkKKI
N'.IS-.III N I' I l HAM A
. i Ho In
PUBLISHED U Ml \
M lUilny, Vr.lcii-.dav aa,| i-, i. ...
ingle copy ... i,i,
riMtdav, Thumdai and Saturday
*ile e.i|ii ... ,,i
N 4)d
P11 tai i ...... .,.
JTearh .
Y-, v
"'V'm.i' IN IDVANCF
Wveili Rali ->i\ \mwa |,er imc
fin In-! nijilioii: Ihrre pence per line
'i seen.I insertion; ami oat penny per
line f.ir mbasquanl insertion*,
AiUerli-einents under tight lines ,s.
NO i i:\k-.
I i ir >rds, '*nu lea11,' will
look mi iwael
11) e\ es gro a r dun from
weepi ng ;
Those words, "n> death," will
come mi glad
Tn bodies graveward creeping,
"\i. sin row makes a tlii 111 in
hearts
Long dead i<> other thrilling .
No crying" sounds si> toll to ear*
Earth's moans have long been
filling.
"X i niuhl there" seems so In ighl
in i hi e
V\ Iiiis,- sun sank back at dawn
ing :
"No sea" s muds calm to those who
sail
Long le npest-tossed Hurl mcurp-
"ah pain" drops blessed nnaching
hearts,
W III- I fru iheil -li-i |>fst i rea.l-
'That rest" falls sweet on weary
feet
Unchosea pathways treading.
Selected.
Editor Tribune,
Dear Sir.
Kindlv grant me space to point
out tn "Young Exuma." ilia' the
"casting out, of the 'disobedient'
and 'unprofitable' ones from among
'the cluldien of the kingdom,'does
not conflict with the fact that "ill
\el shall he s ved,""foi they att
im ali Israel which are o) Israel"
"hut ilie children ol the pi roise
ed for l Matt, 8 :
11-12; Luke 13: 2330; Rum,
'i : 1
Rom ins alev. n shows very plain-
ly, that although the 'natural
bianches,' ({he Hebrews, or fleshly
fe its' 'were broken off, because of
their stubborn and persis ent 'un
belief and 'disobedience,' 'the
stock of Israel' still exist*,and into
it ir" grafted all true believers, of
all tribes and nations, thus perpe-
tuating l le l h ill 11." the
true "Israel ofG *1."
"And so, (in Ibis wayby means
ol tins grafting process] all Israel
shall he saved," Even the breaking
ciff of grafted branches, ih.it prove
unfruitful, Rom. 11 : 17 23 ; John
15: 1 8) cannot destroy the stork
ol Israel, fii Hue, re-il Israel, wnh
whom (hi New oven mt is made,
will endure as long as ihe sun and
moon, and stars leb. 8: 613 ;
lei 31 31 -37.
It should lie noted, that ill the
hearts of true, New Covenant Is-
rael, n written 'lie Law of God,
which natural Israel transgressed
"until there was no remedy, and
they were broken off," It should
also be noted that the observance
>f the Sabbath ol the Lord, I which
is the Seventh and not the First
day Of the Week) is the 'Sign'
'Si ',' 'Mark,' or 'Token,' of true
Israel, both in this world and the
next, (Ex. 31 : 1318; La. 66:
22,33,) while intelligent, wilful,
peisutenl disregard of it, results, in
being 'bioki n off' and cast out I
tsek. 20 1 -20 ; Jer. 17 : 19-
1 I'"'. to: 11 12 ; Rom. 15 : 4. I he
lecord of tl"> *hattered battle,
'whjch cannot b$ made whole again,
(Jer. 19. 1 -13), expose* ihe fallacy
of that pleasing fable, whuh pre-
dicts the salvation of natural Isiael
during the Millennium or at an-
other lime, The promise of 'the
world to come' and the 'Heavenly,'
'New Jerusalem,' made so lone ago
to Abraham, 'the father of the
faithful : and renewed to and
through every Inspired writer
since, is soon to be fulfilled by the
Resurrection of Abraham, and his
seed('all who sleep in Jesus',)
to receive their reward. Gen. 15 :
14 16 ; Rom. 4 : 13; I leb. 11:8
16 : Matt, Hi : 27 j Luke 14 : 13 -
True Chruttans, of all national1
ties, .11 e "Abraha 1 "/ rov'-
indeed" hue an I n v, Gal,
16, 29 ; John 1 : 47. I hey aie Sav
from then sin's now, and will
eternally saved from the power i>l
death, when Jesus comes again.
Is;. 25 : 8, y ; He!). 9: 27, 28.
The name "Israel" means 'an
overcomer''a prevailer,' and s. .
only those, who, through Chrit
overcome and prevail ovet 'the
world, the fJesh and the devil,' thus
becoming Israelites, ran enter 'the
I.and of Isiael,''the Heavenly
1 in.'
I he New Jerusalem, into which
'those who keep the command,
mentl of God and the Faith of
Jesus,' shall soon enter," (Rev. 14 :
12; and 22: 1 (,1, is an Israelitih
City, the names of the Twelve
Tribes being written on its g^te-,
and those of the Twelve Apostles.
(All Israe'ites), on us I ounaatimis.
Rev. 21: 10 14. The Twelve Apo
lies will there, under God hii I
Christ, rule as King's, over 'the
nations of them that are saved'.
the Twelve Tribes of Israel cum
posed of both natural and adopted
citizens.
Matt. 19: 2730; Rev. 21:24
26.
It therefore behoves Hebrews tn
"abide not still in unbelief" bio
believe in Jesus, and thus begraf'-
ed again into 'the Stock of Israel'
from which they were 'broken he-
cause of unbelief."
And it behoves Gentiles, through
Jesus, to obtain adaption into "tin
Commonwealth of Israel," for by
thus "Hiding and \l>iding" in
him, "All hrael shall be saved."
Thanking you for space,
I am, sincelv
W. A. s\YK AW.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
Mr. Chas. I. Gibson has been f-
pointed a Justice of the Peace for
the District of Arthurs Town, San
Salvador.
Mr. F. A. Burnside, Dispenser.
The Hospital fourteen days sick
leave with effect from the and inst.
(Continued on fourth page.)
sfi-


! nn T u
:. r \ I.
Zbe tribune
Tuesday April 14. 191}.
[simple elements, thus leaving
more room fqc industrial I
. But we will -1\ at i
tli.it it is easj to put gn '1
emes "u pap i and yet find
in a scatteii d tion like
We lad to Be* thai the jours that it is most difficult to
"Observer's Columri" in Satur- carrj them out.
.11 Guardian'' *asj yVe wish "Observers"
occupied with the question of tion idea might be gol
Agriculture. working order. In Hal sandy
W j< in i u ith "' ?bservei .,;. Si itei e silj Found. In
when he that oui agri- ver) many ca* Id be
iral populati .;, and unfit for drii
rv< r" had opportunity |)U| ,; f,,r h
of studying our p first tion purposes it would I"* in
hand and on the different islands, quite as us i ul as
we think he would modify In- i Irinking water. I1
opinions on i!i.n su s done more to inji
would find tl ningas we havi than any
iods in tlir year our W'l en ci Ftei
toilfroi early morning till la ils it is natural to -lip o
in the afternoon in the heat. We Florida, and e\ i y.but
:watched them also clean ifour people were taught a
isal in tin- in' "| simple method of irrigal n
tin- sea shore and ha staj -at-l
I man) times with their folk,
tnce in toil, I he men c
who are sought afti i aslaboui Has the l iovernmenl
in Central America and Floi ired the open -| i i the
and who are still called for as West, just below the i
stevedores on the Atlas steam I Pilot K rop? It lias
tablisheri a good reputa been before the House ol \
tion liv habitsol industry. on more than
But people are likely to work sion, but, at 'In- writing, we
nil the hetter when they have a are uncertain w hi ther the -mail
ng inc< ntive.' >n this point piece of gr >un I I : i
rver" is certainly right, longs to the Public, or to
Hunger can do a lot, and the prr i terests, but w
hope of getting a profitable re- is Public prop rty, oi not,
turn ran on should bi pai I '
influence. The pn of mak- It is us
ing money isatle i for dep
aid to th< | the enti
An empty stomach and an emp- es, muli
t> I rk well together in dering it unsightly, tos
>l its a
i tion. I ln> [>ii
oo upies a promi
the approach I tin I
! ill' ; of tin' Soil ?
'( )|.-i fV( l"
good deal of thfe em rgv spent
on agriculture isaadly misdin
ed and if a scheme could be de- and abutment, upon w
vised whereby practical and
scientific tar mine might be
taught along with elementarj
ducation, it would be w< II.
\\ know of "ut i-l ind Board
where the 'cadi, i I
t) ti ach the scholars t" culti
irate a portion of the school
largi Mims of mimej I
ly, .-onI
that thi
t lie right i" see th it
' ondition is prop r.
Heal th I) 111
in stn ii a rashii mastogi I the I louse <>f A
leas of farmi n G >m
h tl during
, tl I immittee i oscd o
that the members of the Board the following gentlemen: U c
lucatioi how us that tors J. J i.H. J
ral diffii ultles in the le J. I' -
waj ol their carr Ing out sui h a m VV. C. R n, < J,
plan lj We I ave, V\ i | I
t th.it
Si hool i urrii ujum is tooipowei
w ide foi the needs of manv s ; .
tli incuts and that it would I .... ,
1
'..
i

be carried into effei t, tl
cial will be a very busy n
and wiLl hai
I ir pi ivate praci
:
p. lain. : :. V\
for an a|
as h
of tin- n< th Bill.
The \pril
Supi "mi rr
ign Mails via Miami
"Frances E.1 ill I cli I on
\\ e at 4 p. m.
T Mail '
i'. nl in i
Noon
N'n-- a. X P.,
i ith Api d. i 113.
I. E. I I. Mr; 1
I'dil I
Sir I woi
and pupils, t"
I with '
ver in tin
the \'i>: mal i mini
for I hers was in i jue, Prin
i : i
to the then
then it I t"
h.o Mr. Smith
. part-; ol
nn. I all
rtai to 1
I, our childn n in th B
Geo
an I hisl.....al e>
. I

I
d such a scl
iual
i !, i
pted in
i I in' |
in I be, a
. Ith, bol
I h
1" agriculture,
I
Mr.
Ul n.11
t 11 i .
-ai.I. place lh. |
osil n a how
fir i ho
i r h ird of th I
or i i visited, coming
d n h u a - a >n mid like to
. 11 ,..' I of 1
islands, theii iplm al "J
. n, hist on p
i i \\...;1 I
11 I
misl I i '
, two
hav
and wl
i culled 1
l.a: Pink md

and I hn| e it u ill
i n
claim that i
n
j
K to "tir
children and
We
hil-
dren, th
i that wh ime
d of

a t inn
w ve a
i i I hope
ot thin
chan
I hanking you I ..I
i d.
I n truly,
PUSH Ft >RWA
i 0 II '.II I).
w I i
I I C I'. iii 1 i
i
l mil-
V'm. T. ( i
1 in it. I le
iprovement;
an I con I V\ hile thi
. n-
1
. md
i ui
th B
tution. We

: and I I
; ..ml ii iture bri
I nifoi
1 mis
sum' i in i ilied them to
nd pointi d out how i
raise the mom y needed He did
only '-11 them how; but
planned entei lain-
nn nts f"i the pin 11
Th< i tain m nt are to
be of a Musical natun ime
literary sei n.


MM BUN!:
CI'XESS 'I REASURE <>l
I M'I'VI.IX
\ _J
i .
tlioir.' '.! In.: ; for, ti*
" i I. \ i ink hi ill '.is
,l" | ip'hy, n Solon in
I ty considei liimsrl n
''I n! -. .1 s , ,nv
"I li
nu i i i .: fjn
ir I i hael, of Coi i Clurillo, at d, in
bf : d
f jvcalthv. in I'm I, wli a.,ild,
m : i x
ha j & bis in
P,' I ind no ii
lii
I ie reason I ilt to find.
'A health, a; d kindn
ol\ |inrtiall\ mi contr< I of i . but tl
Ore >[ :\ man's ha|)| in irely in his own mil
wi -I ppy in .111(1 r.f III:;,. j lis ;
"i It is strict
Ad, asstidi, n is en: ,- |M> ,, v.,,
H II.a\ lie p.. i:i .,, |,
(liiiiTc m talent : e will 1
I py, no l ir ill nth the
li jn
ptJi">n. .'i i in-" ipokett i lie< rily within
sflini'l <>f Mr i at a sherill Thus it
valid, prostrate upon her bm k for jo j is been kn iwn
to-.' msliine throughout in entire city, or an unlettered
ThckMiiith id a thousand bors to him witl
oud will moi ii anj he ha
<1 thus it is that i, from I
liin'i'' t
! of t eri i|
t' 11 a .; ..' a 111 (......I
Hy evening March j;ih in
*Hlo<>lioom. An I iiotwthst uul-
Br 11. 111 ii 111
po- i for prep iration and re-
tie.'1: i
King a lively, int< anil
"to' /- nine o( Dialo-
gs* !.' it.ii .. Comic S i
ao li,strum nt.il Selections.
il i nir a fen d ys ago,
thn the net pr icccds, bitiou ited
tO 111'- i i'' lital'le. sum of ,'.';, 17.
Hicll. I ; a \ 1 1 good
tfcminii
i.iinin
Hdered which 1 >u will publish j
I l.'ir.- t'li-, I ir l.'.il. Wh
Rlu '
C. I!. I
l.i II1 I'o
: Band.
Maura
1
pa 1 |ia 1 eul nu 1 i,' le ins In in I11 v-
the Ind 1 ninent,
[or us.
I -! 1 _ C ty I-. I.
April .1 1
pin
" I !,, md.
Recitatu ong \V,
W. I'm
VI,III 1 I ill 1 ill II gM II 1
i lias. Km \\ les, J> ihn
I ii. '.!
I'nifessor 11.1 ~i in,. .
I uv irfs.
A Broken Courtship C. W. I.
Knn ieo Armbri
Five ....."in > i lial with R Sunj
I'l.I. I / D. II.,1111.1.
\ K' itition I il (i A inle isti 1.
A Song -Musbl Mush I < 'om m |
Sooner, 1
IMPERIAL
,V \T
I I. PROGRAM.
,. "THE I VND Of PROMISE.
SKI I'M Ei iYS.
. '.! II V, iy
I :!! II I I LE I HIEF" I
1.1 If.
.,. LOVE WII l. FIND A WAV
\'".- ii
1-.
I n l< in, 1
1 ,111 tills
I
in Lon
of wl
It is underst I that a
of the hi use ol ci nun o is
to the rause ol won
intends t'> ask t h
ek whether h" is
plan when
III t v
I III ltt will
1 i
ROYAL
\ l I i. \ I URE SHOW
\\'i- 115.
1. In- im's I i
comic picture,
1
h. il Secret. Beautiful
'i.
i. Beau Bn........I in a great

5. lif way "f Hi-; West, Great
Cowb v picture
it Comii by Von
Ri is. "A 1 day
7 Silveiplum iiurie" G it
Dra na of the 1 man Silver.
mines.
I Ion I fail to see this iw.
London, 13.Lady Scott an i *
in I.'. 1 Ion I his 1 1 i' hi from
/. :l 111 I, wluthei she went to
hei husband.
I I -\ 1 ,.- -Bulgaria is mak-
ing f irmal cj
ipied by the
1 1 dis-
, from Belgi ich n I l
that Bulg aia is taking milil
to support h 11 claims.
Rome, 1 ;. -Pope Pius has tuf-
! 1 j'. His condi-
tion uch as to arouse
the 21 ears.
VVashingl in, 13. Imn liate
free is rejecti
1 li.' ; 1 11 1 1 1 men by in
whelming woti ifl 1 an ipp< al
of dei 1 ind by
the president and In 1 ways and
me ins c< immittee.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
I HE ROYAL STORE.
OUR "Royal" Household
11 1 . 1 I 11 i n i 11 j I
per lb, Ig ol
'-.
"Gold tar I
ami "Laurel Brand I lo ir" 1
ual Floui |"'i 1 1
Pigs IV, 1 in Vinegar at 7 I. pet lb,
I'm iwn Sugar at 2$d. pi lb < lur
best in town
selling .it .| I i" 1 |u irt.
AJi nu ura ei i< s an fresh and
good qua lit} an eap,
Pure lam.lie 1 Iviiill ,it [OS, |iSI
on,
I \MFS L. ^ VUNDERS & Co.
' Nissau N. P.
Bahamas,
April 15th i'ii.;.
C \BLEGR \NK
I ondon, 15 Sir Stu irt M. Sam-
uel, Radical member "f parlaiment
from the Whitechapal district ol
Londiin -in 1 one of the leading
I ink '-. must v ic ite his seat in
Memphis, I eiinessee, 13. M 1 B
1I1 hi one millii m bci es of tat 1
timber land looded, a
el '-in ill towns li 1 vi' been
irarily d m<1 thou-
sands rendered homeless as* 1
of the wi' ks rav ;i of tlrt Mis-
I ipi River Ihri >ugli the centra I
portion "I the gn al vallajr.
Londoi I iPankhurst, the
suSragetti lea ler, ise 1
from I lolloway ja;l this morning,
aftei having been on a hurt
strike since she was sentenced nine
.r; 1 tu three years penal
si-i vitude.
WILLIAMS'J
SHOES
ARE BETTER.
.


T II fe TRIB TJ N E
Mr. George Bumside has
appointed Acting Dispenser,
Hospital.
been
The
has
Mr. Aubrey F. Farrington
been appointed a Tide waiter.
John A. Roue l'.-q, Couitnr,
First Division lias been placed in
charge ol the District of The Bighl
San Salvador.
John A. Howe Esq., has been ap-
pointed Registrar of Births and
Deaths for Arthur's Town S. S.
Mr. W. 11. Sand- hfll been ip-
pointed District Postmaster at
Tarpum Bay.
The resignation ol Rev, Leonard
B, Simpson as a Maniage Officei
has been accppti'd.
Rev. Ci. Ileibert Moon has been
duly registered a Marriage Officer.
FOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE with bath room at-
tached and all out door conven*
iences including a Tank.
East Sireet, South, opposite
Nassau Prison,
Apply to
JOS. I..MNG
Blue Hill St, South
Big Towel Sale
on F'riday, 11th inst.
AT
The Nassau Bargain House.
JUST OPENED.
A Case of 06 doc Fine quality
Bleached Huckaback Towels
to be sold at only 6d each would
be cheap at o,d.
< Also
_| and 3 yd Damask Table Cloths
at only 4s and 5s. each,
Table Napkins ..t 4s. U 7.
Fine quality P. caff* 10 be *'d
at this sale for qd each.
The above aie some special job
Lots, so don't mi'S this Nile
Another job Lot Mens sliiris at
is. 6d.
\. F. MOO HI..
FOR ALE
A
CONN CORN
Condition A
strument,
W. A. S\Y
I in Perfect
Splendid ln-
\NY
CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
Carpenter and Papd Hanger,
Open lioats9, gj, rr>, 11, 12 feet,
always on hand. Other sices
built to order.
Xative Made Oar$10, II, 12 feet,
always >n hand. Orders for
larger sizes or large quantities
will receive prompt attention
Paper Hanging.
Satisfaction Guaranti 1.
Armstrong Street (Hawkins Hil..)
Lumber & Shingles
JUST Received per Schooner
"R- obens n.nd R. visselU" from
St. _ame_*Clty. Florida., a lull
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
gle*:
\\ x 10 and 13, i \ x 10 and 12
of 23 fi. IfjngtllS and upwards
as .1 specialty.
\\'e have opened tip n irade with
the above PiTt in llii* commodity.
Buyers would da well to see us
before purchasin here.
And aie also Shippers of Sisal
CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.
Shef-
fleld
Cutlery
a line assortment RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Kni\e^
Butcher Knives
Bre d Knives
Carving Sets in Cases
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E Albury.
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April 12, 1913
wiiuams Shoes
Are BETTER
USE OF
AMBITIONTAI. K 9
Bitty of thaa* now famous artlcl
bound In book form*
paatflbnard covsrs -' 4
ras. with an In.plrlnic
monty-maklng uigaa-
tloo on each paga
Mallad prapaid. We.
[Bast-ass l_bll__.n_ Co.
lb.and 1Mb* Bul.
' St Louii Mo.
LEARN TO BE A
STENOGRAPHER
BOOKKEEPER
SALESMAN
FOR PARTICULARS WRIT!
BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHOOt
EIGHTH AND PINE. ST. LOUIS, MP
W. A. MATHER.
UNDERTAKER.
DESIRES to inform iiis friend*
and the Public that lie h "_
just received a Complete outfit i I
facilities foi t lie business ol an un.
dertaker, whicli placsei li.....n a
position to cam nit Funeiols thai
ni,-iv Iip entrusted lo his rare with
system nnd despatch ; and res|
fully solicit' ilieir |M*tr< n ijje et
my I 'i ice 111 -1 un' piove i hat i
.lie Hie vei\- lowest for fli-l ctaSS
work.
40 ATrlQHTH
Be Your Own Boss
FIRST CLASS
ADVERTISING
MEDIUM
"The Strombus"
If you are
making toes
III All HI ft
week you
ahuuM write
HI MHley
can help ju
to wealth itii'l
y our plan. You
ran work thnu
you pleaee. where
ou ploaw. always
_ ,'iave money axu
makliiK harrele more of It.
HOW WOULD YOII I.IKE u> rrtart out from
home on a romhlnert Imalm*. and pM-itAure trip, stay
Ml the hetff hotele, and live like a lord mid ("Iran up
try day? Work at niiiu_a*nn:iit pleree, omwiieii
street corner*, mannfa* turtwr Inatltutlnne, anywhere
aiul evprywlMTe, un minute* walk from home or on
the other elde any plare you happen to erlect. and clean up *-
alKive operalltvg fipe-iere each and very day _____
My propcirttJoti l- the W< 1)1 KM L NEW
roMHIN i"ls CAMERA, wlih wl.irh you ran
take and iiuHmritiUH-tiu-iy develop all, entirHv dirTer-
ent atylee including Butioua. mt
far le, a-id four *>W-. <>t TlutH* Tletiirr*. Ery
plate la developed without the u_e of nlma or
Bt-gatlvee, and la reedy to dell.cr to your cua-
tomvr lo I. no then minute eftcr making the
eiposure. 1 hH UI.M A IIKAHI I. 1NVKNTHM
lake* 100 picture* an boul i '"'V want*ip-
tuna and -_**h aale you make eilvert___s your _tua_-
___ and makea mure aulea for yon.
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Simple metructlon* accompany each outfit and
you can hmin u make money In HI teen minute*
after the outfit reaehc* you. _,...-,
A trifling inveatment wUI get thU WONPKR-
FULoirTFIT for you aiul put you In a poaitlon to
make 500 a yt*r. If you want to bo indepen-
dent, and absolutely your own bo**, write me to-day
and I will eend you by return mall, foil free Inform-
ation regarding th>* WON I-I itKI'l. PROFOfU.
TI>V. Incindlnjc letter* oflerlng P*_?.*ivr_.Pr"*?'
from every part of the world IKiSTOKLAY,
ANrtWEll +IIIrt ANSOlNfl-MKNT T"^V
L imam, Hp rttl w. m ii..hi. mi faMil
Wl. would ifofm all who appreciate a Good Sm>ke ihM w- now
linveon ..iidanexDM.siv.-Si... k of HAVANA ClGARfc Ae
SruaraDtM our lunnd to be md of the fineal Havana aqd ^.mntra
Wmpi ers and HavRna Killer* ti......ghoul
I u.,,. t .....rs ;.re manufactured on nu premie by skilled workmen
nnd .real paim are taken in produce an aiticle ol luperioj quality;
The sue w we hnvi met with in the pati leads uaconfidently toexptfd
lhepation,|reofca.nnoiaeor.. L. SAtNDERS 4 Co,
Bin Street
PLACE YOUR 0RDF.K
QUICK \S Wli (.i.l FHOM
FACTOUY.
SINGLE IlieiM -"Uai, .hi>!
Ldlliii -mil lla.nrs, I an Colour,
llnrsi- or I'ony KiX* W rl> Hrilt_.
i .ill til >lu .inn s.-f S.oiv|>le llar-
nrs- m usp.
P.iCr >i i. - < 1 inNatMiu Fr< iah.
; -iiul I>111 v I'mJ y '
Will lie. i \o iimxs to deli1 er,
C. i) I). -\r\lil- RS.
Eh-I Baj Si
A IS'-III \. I '.
STOLEN.
i;uoM SchuiMiei V.M.B., Friday
A^ or Saturday night i new
llnvsser and \nchor, alto I'.irt of
another Ha*ter,
LOST.
1^I.OM schooner S. B. Elm wo i I
laal niyiit, Wednesday, -nd,
one io fi. boat in.il ked W.N.
Suitable Reward if found.
\|jply to
W. U. NOR I'll,
Market Range.
ANNA E. RAE.
PR< ipRII I RESS OF
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
TWU-ilww stores.
Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
HltfK Class Goods at very reduced
pricea.
Bcnuiifvil Irish l.ivces and
Inserliorta. A few very select
Irish Lace H ..is. exquisite degi||ns
Geishn. Crepes with Laces lo
match. Irish H.\ ml Em-
broidered Kobes anil Waists 2S
per cent off. Irish Linens.
Wnite and Coloured.
Sniped Tussore Suitings.
. not ic !:.
Tlll^ is i.i inform my Patrooi
and tin- Public Hi General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
Geneial repair or new work Horaa
SI......;u specially. All work done
M hanically.
P. A. Huvler,
453 Hay Street. East (Wharf)


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