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i u [ B U N i Biussels, 14.—A million workmen are under orders to strike tomorrow moning in this country as %  pro! refus urj, and Wm. j, Ocsmby Gore, son ol Lord I larlech, took pi,ice in Westminister Vbl ey *, to-day before a fashionable gathering. I. 'ml 11, 14.—Although the v ther has relapsed to the November! gloom of old times, n<> one remem! b-rsa season so advanced from] the hotel point of view, Paris, 14. — I'111 • r %  is a '_'ieat satisfaction a in on g .ill sections of the! public over the decision i>f the 1 new navy minister to ask parlia1 mcnt for §100,000,000 to bring 1 the French navy up to the modern 1 standard. Berlin, 14—"The proposed new mericai) tariff law is, in my | judgment, the first step toward free trade," sa< 1 prominent eo>n. f oniist in an interview in the Lokal Anzeiger. The German pie-.s generally ap| iider the I suggested measure an important departure from thepn y 1 build| ing up special 11 by high tarifls. IMPERIAL WEDNESDAY AT 8:15 SPECIAL PROGRAM. 1 HE LAND OF PROMISE. SEE THE ( l >WBOYS. "THE WINNING MISS" Very Comic, •1 HE l-l l rLETHIEF" and Laff. U VE WILL FIND A WAY" ntei in 4. 6d. 9d. 1-. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STOKE. and per tarifls I ondon, 14.— i |ap Ambassador to the I'nited Si was instrut ted to-day by the foreign office to make formal represent itions .u Washington in regard ro tlie abt^fJap tnese legislay. tion of the State of California. I lie newspaper* here contend thai the f iropo-ed legislationn is as much n treach of treaty^ as the P.mama Cinal bill. ROYAL GREAT FEA1 URC SHOW \\ edni sday al 8:15. 1. Twedledum's Bycicle. Greal comic picture, .'. Song by Von R 3, Betrothed Secret, Beautiful Dran 4. Beau Brummel in 1 great C6mic hit "Ni ibody" V of the West, ("ire.it 1 I ure o. < ires l Comic Song by Von Ros. "A Fight on St. Pitricks day 7. Silverplum mine" t',r.-,t Drama of the Catifnrnian Silver* mines. Dont fail to see this K reat Show. W l. would iform all who appreciate a l I toke that we n • have on ,nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guaranteeour brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra W1..1 : Havai a Killers throughout. Thi are manufactured an out pr< 1 skilled an( j ._ %  %  i iken to product le ol sup< riot The sue ess we have met with in tit mfidently to expect the p 1 nonage of urs. 1 |. L SAI NDERS X t r. v Street Williams Shoes Are BETTER O UR "R ,y o" Household Biand F loui si llin pence pei lb, and 30s, pet bag of 196 "Golden "-tar Flour 2 lbs foi ;' I, and "Laurel Brand" Flour" l for 3 |d. Centennial Flour pi Pigs I eel in Vineg pet lb. Brown Sug ir l %  I pei lb Our rice while an I c*l< in, best in town selling at 4 I. per quart. All our 1 lioivi it ni • f> esh good i|u ilny and 1 In aj Pure lain. 11' 1 10s, gal It JAMFI SAUNDERS & Co. N issau X. P. li it. I'll : .. \| III I5tll 1913. Lumber &Shingles J UST Received per Schooner "Roberts and Russells" from St. Jame-. City. Honda, n full assortment of Lumber and Shingles: i^ x 10 and 1 2 1' 10 ami 1 2 ol .M I : Ii-tiyt !• %  Hlld U|l\\ allies a sp-ci 11ly, \\> have opened up a trade with the above I'• 11 in tins < 1 miioilti y. Buyers would rtu well in see ut before pun h %  •< !lse here. An ite also Shippet • %  S CHAS. J. KELLY 6. BRO. Big Towel Sale on Friday, 11th inst. V I The Nassau Bargain House. A Bl< hed H I owels in lir sold At OPI} i <' %  '' h w %  be cheap t 9 2\ and 3 j il 1 imask fable Cloths ,it only ii s s eaeh. I able Napkins at |. loz. Fine quality P. C ises to be sold at this %  ill I i ') I eaeli, 1 be iiio\ %  .in some spet ial job Lots, so don't ii.i^s tins ?ale, Another job Lot Mens shirts at it, 6d. A. F, MOORK. BON MARCHE CLOSlNLi OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. April i-, 1913< I OR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING I K (USE w iili'h itii room attacbi il and all out i %  >or ci1111m-. including a I auk, I ISI Si reel, 1* iuth, opposite N.I-: I'.I-CIM, Applj Ui n is, 1 \r Blue Hill St. South CHAS. C. LIGHT BOURN PLACE Y< 'i R I IRD1 R 1 ,1 HK \> WlGE I FROM KACT< >RY. S INGLE Bre ist C ollar, and 1 oil 11 md I lames, I n I -lour, 1. or I "'"%  tfmple I larnes in use, # p, ice delivered inNas*au 1 reight and Duty Paid 30/ Will need 30 days t" deliver. C, O. D. C. C. SAUNDERS. East Bay St. Nassau N, P. ANNA E. RAE. PROPRIEI RESS OF The Vogue andAu Bon March e BpTi I 1.11 1 . i'>, 1 1, i %  feet, HI ways 011 li ii. I. 0 bmlt to ordei. -10, 1 1. .ilu ays on li IIHI. < Itdei II fi 'I Ingei gia ntities will if en e pn in pi MI tention / 'aperJianging. Satis/action Guarantti 1. Armstrong street (Havkius>li|l.) j& e d f Cutlery ,1 fine ass 1 >i tmeiil of: RAZORS %  1.1I1I1Knivi Pocket Kir lluti her Knii es I 'u 1 H Knives li I'l'V ami SCI Chas. E. A lL-ury. NO 1 I C E. I -HIS is to inform my Patrons X and the Public in < Jeneral that I have on tied my Public 1.1 ick Smith Shop; ami am m IW ready to


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VOL. X.
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ii i. i . r i* Irene 11
M irili Foibes, N ,,nd
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ll.ii i Nol R iildrt
N '' l R I Rolle,
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John I liomp i neliu* I Ian ...
Joh I. v.ini.', ^Walter Wanna,
\ pheu* ll.iiin.i, an.I l.i.ii.in M.ijor,
Master George I lanna (25)
J
fll\ THE SUPREME COURT.
Apni Session 191
We lm 11) 16th April.
1 he Court met
I'r sent
IIis Ilonnui I). Tu lot Esq. K.C,
Chief lusl ce ; I lie Honble F I
uir.ilii, K. '.'. \n.
KC
. \. K nneth
mon, Esq., W. E, S. ( illei ler,
K-.|.
Regisl 1, I Pro*
Man
I li Roll of Jurors for the s<
I lion was
I In :
I .if
I 11
.
' il M v md |<
\ uilt .11 ciision-
pburn.
/'
. i
I u 1 -
> F. E. C. Hotel l
11 1 t .-!.. .1 from
I 1 No,
/ < ,N. 1 .h Bi.....ws,
i
i 111 11 V .
' I I
I
I .1 I II !
I deis, I lezev iah
1 1 ai.
m| ell
Can rles
I nitli, Kvi
Is, Ralph Studs, 1
; n '
.
A. Smith, J.
I tiial pi I ri not
l mtil
n'cl k it-day,
I'll on ii".I ,11 1.30 p.
n>, uiitil j 30 p. in.
**>
IN Ml I.
M vi ,1-1 ; \ 1 : c tURT.
April.
I 1 iieen, Nebemiab
Burrows, Isaac Netbitt and James
WebsterBetween the evening of
Monday the 7th April 10,1 ^ and
ilie morning of luesday the Nth
April 1913 hi thr Island "I Ww
I f\d< 111 e one (ireen I url Ie then
being in n certain crawl in which
ii ii id been placed unlawfully and
wilfully did taki iw iy.....Sent for
trial in Supn me Court.
I ' And n
R ihmii ; ii ol
thr peace -1 'is nissed.
II 'i-i.le.[':
; rid Turl Fishrrii \
Ordered th it d. f. ndant b
I until Mon laj
1
to indn a I "Sea
1 \
in v
1.' Josh. V trice
Meadows throwing stones to a
danger of persons m
ic St. i -1 strok.
M Fined >s, and 1 .
. 1:11 ; hii
p ''
Henry K .1
Ru
" 11 ii V.cl
**
A MUDVOl \
i )ne morning n
Nove
.1 id wei
I 1 he tii
had
si tuthei 11 coast of l
In->i ir< n it ai peaie I 1.1 be a 1
hank, ab mi fifty I 1
twenty.fi \
special 1 - saw the isl
I urst into flames, hich ros
of feet into ilie air.
1
I
is wen follow e 1 by
, which were heard all a '
the coast. The Governor of I;
dad an.l other offii ial
e next plored 1 lie island, h w is found i"
mble the back of.. whale and
ut two an I one-half a m
I here were two crati rs mi it. One
< I lii.li i onstantly emitted mu I,
nil steam, Th sui Face ol the
I was composed ol hot mu '.
that the investigators predicied
the heavy seas would Minn wash
Youth"? Companion,
CABLEGRAMS.
\pi il 1 1
New York, 14, I he 'A hil
liner Olympic E tiled J Mi
Southampt. m. A nong her p i
gers w.i- the l. nl ol M 1 ley
lias Imen m *'>- ,
IT


i u [ B U N i
Biussels, 14.A million work-
men are under orders to strike to-
morrow moning in this country as
pro! refus government to introduce the n< w
Franchise lull embodying equal
universal suffrage.
1.
London, 14.Tlie wedding "I .-.
Lady Beatrice Cecil, daughter of
the Marquis of Salis >urj, and Wm. j,
Ocsmby Gore, son ol Lord I larlech,
took pi,ice in Westminister Vbl ey *,
to-day before a fashionable gather-
ing.
I. 'ml 11, 14.Although the v
ther has relapsed to the November!
gloom of old times, n<> one remem- !
b-rsa season so advanced from]
the hotel point of view,
Paris, 14. I'111 r- is a '_'ieat sat-
isfaction a in on g .ill sections of the!
public over the decision i>f the 1
new navy minister to ask parlia- 1
mcnt for 100,000,000 to bring 1
the French navy up to the modern 1
standard.
Berlin, 14"The proposed new !
. mericai) tariff law is, in my |
judgment, the first step toward
free trade," sa< 1 prominent eo>n. f
oniist in an interview in the
Lokal Anzeiger. The German pie-.s
generally ap| iider the I
suggested measure an important
departure from thepn y 1 build- |
ing up special 11 by high
tarifls.
IMPERIAL
WEDNESDAY AT 8:15
SPECIAL PROGRAM.
" 1 HE LAND OF PROMISE.
SEE THE ( l >WBOYS.
"THE WINNING MISS" Very
Comic,
1 HE l-l l rLETHIEF" *
and Laff.
U VE WILL FIND A WAY"
ntei in 4.
6d. 9d. 1-.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STOKE.
and
per
tarifls
I ondon, 14. i |ap
Ambassador to the I'nited Si
was instrut ted to-day by the for-
eign office to make formal repre-
sent itions .u Washington in re-
gard ro tlie abt^fJap tnese legislay.
tion of the State of California. I lie
newspaper* here contend thai the
firopo-ed legislationn is as much n
treach of treaty^ as the P.mama
Cinal bill.
ROYAL
GREAT FEA1 URC SHOW
\\ edni sday al 8:15.
1. Twedledum's Bycicle. Greal
comic picture,
.'. Song by Von R
3, Betrothed Secret, Beautiful
Dran
4. Beau Brummel in 1 great
C6mic hit "Niibody"
V of the West, ("ire.it
1 I ure
o. < ires l Comic Song by Von
Ros. "A Fight on St. Pitricks day
7. Silverplum mine" t',r.-,t
Drama of the Catifnrnian Silver*
mines.
Dont fail to see this Kreat Show.
Wl. would iform all who appreciate a l I toke that we n
have on ,nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guaranteeour brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
W1..1 : Havai a Killers throughout.
Thi are manufactured an out pr< 1 skilled
an(j ._ i iken to product le ol sup< riot
The sue ess we have met with in tit mfidently to expect
the p 1 nonage of urs.
1 |. L SAI NDERS X t r.
! v Street
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
OUR "R ,y o" Household
Biand F loui si llin .
pence pei lb, and 30s, pet bag of
196
"Golden "-tar Flour 2 lbs foi ;' I,
and "Laurel Brand" Flour" l
for 3|d.
Centennial Flour pi
Pigs I eel in Vineg pet lb.
Brown Sug ir l .'. I pei lb Our
rice while an I c*l< in, best in town
selling at 4 I. per quart.
All our 1 lioivi it ni f> esh
good i|u ilny and 1 In aj .
Pure lain.11' 1 10s,
gal It
JAMF- I SAUNDERS & Co.
' N issau X. P.
li it. I'll : ..
\| III I5tll 1913.
Lumber &- Shingles
JUST Received per Schooner
"Roberts and Russells" from
St. Jame-. City. Honda, n full
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
gles:
i^ x 10 and 12, 1' 10 ami 12
ol .m I : Ii-tiyt !. Hlld U|l\\ alli-
es a sp-ci 11ly,
\\> have opened up a trade with
the above I' 11 in tins < 1 miioilti y.
Buyers would rtu well in see ut
before pun h <.....!lse here.
An ite also Shippet ! S
CHAS. J. KELLY 6. BRO.
Big Towel Sale
on Friday, 11th inst.
V I
The Nassau Bargain House.
A-
Bl< hed H I owels
in lir sold At opI} i <''' h w
be cheap t 9
2\ and 3 j il 1 imask fable Cloths
,it only i- i ss- eaeh.
I able Napkins at |. loz.
Fine quality P. C ises to be sold
at this ill I i ') I eaeli,
1 be iiio\ .in some spet ial job
Lots, so don't ii.i^s tins ?ale,
Another job Lot Mens shirts at
it, 6d.
A. F, MOORK.
BON MARCHE
CLOSlNLi OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April i-, 1913<
I OR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
I K (USE w iili'h itii room at-
tacbi il and all out i >or ci1111m-
-. including a I auk,
I isi Si reel, 1* iuth, opposite
N.I-- : I'.i-cim,
Applj Ui
n is, 1 \r
Blue Hill St. South
CHAS. C. LIGHT BOURN
PLACE Y< 'i R I IRD1 R
1 ,1 hk \> Wl- GE I FROM
KACT< >RY.
SINGLE Bre ist C ollar, and
1 oil 11 md I lames, I n I -lour,
1. or I "'"-
tfmple I lar-
nes in use, #
p, ice delivered inNas*au 1 reight
and Duty Paid 30/
Will need 30 days t" deliver.
C, O. D. C. C. SAUNDERS.
East Bay St.
Nassau N, P.
ANNA E. RAE.
PROPRIEI RESS OF
The Vogue andAu Bon March e
BpTi I 1.11
1 i'>, 1 1, i - feet,
HI ways 011 li ii. I. 0
bmlt to ordei.
-10, 1 1.
.ilu ays on li iihI. < Itdei II fi 'I
Ingei gia ntities
will if en e pn in pi mi tention
/ 'aperJianging.
Satis/action Guarantti 1.
Armstrong street (Havkius>li|l.)
j&edf- Cutlery
,1 fine ass1 >i tmeiil of:
RAZORS
1.1I1I1- Knivi -
Pocket Kir
lluti her Knii es
I 'u 1 H Knives
li I'l'V
ami
SCI
Chas. E. A lL-ury.
NO 1 I C E.
' I -HIS is to inform my Patrons
X and the Public in < Jeneral
that I have on tied my Public
1.1 ick Smith Shop; ami am m IW
ready to General repair 01 new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work d.....1
Mechanically.
P. A. Huyler,
453 "ay Street. Last (Wharf)
Th Linen Siwc UtOTeS.
Closing Sato of Seasons Good*.
I.igrt Class Ooods at very roiluced
pi ices.
Beautiful Irish Lnces and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish, Lace Hats, exquisite degitins
Geisha Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Imti-
broidered Roocs anil Waists 2 5
pur cent off. Irish Linens,
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
<
,A
. Hn^ttmaiuliT
'Is-'A
W A. MATHER.
UNDERTAKER.
DESIR ES to inform Ins fi ii
and the Public thai he ha.
just received a complete outfit ol
facilities for the busim SI ol an un.
li rtaker, which plai es him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
in.iv in' entrusted to his can w iih
ii ami despatch ; and res| I
fully solicits tlieif patronagji I let
my Prices first and prove thai they
are the very lowest for liist class
work.


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