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f T HE TKI B l' N E ttbe Grfbune Thursday April 17. 191V In the Legislature of the Ba hamas there is not much of the party system at work. It is true we have what is called the Out Island Party, but that is only united on certain matters, mainly financial, and on those matters out-islatid members have a way of breaking rank when they think the occasion demands it. Many people denounce the British party system. No doubt it has delects, but after all it is better suited to the conditions obtaining in the old country thn i the go as'you-pli m> od would be. L is said that under the party System the Government in power frames measures and drives them through their st without giving scope to individual opinions of non-official members. But is this really so? Anyone who follows the noursi of a great Bill through the House of Commons will be struck with the way in which it becomes altered in its pas The views of members make themsi Ives felt, sometimes on the floor of the House and somet.imcs in private talks in the lobbies. First readmg and Second reading debates are constantly used by administrations to test the feeling nfg>rivate members, and often lead to re il MI idificationsofa Bill in its early stages. The Committee and Report stages ate \\--<\ very much in altering Bills. Two measures f tielast Session-tlir I Ionic Rule and \\ Disestablishment Bills, were, in some respects greatly changed before being sent up to the House of Lords. This was particularly true of the Welsh Bill. As has been well said : "A Parliament < omposed of men of the temper of Lord Courtney, Mr. Harold Cox. and Mr. i I il laire Belloc would be brilliant, but it would never agree on anything. There would be 6oo amendments to every motion. Opponents of the partv system propose to amend Parliamentary government by striking out the very elements which render Parliamentary Government possible." TORONTO EXHIBITION. We would call the attention of our readers to the approaching Toronto Exhibition which is to take place in August and Sept i i. By means of the grant made bj the House of Assembly the Chamber of Com* merce is now enabled to undertake the matter, and it is proposi d bj them, through their Committee, to make as expensive and general an Exhibition of our products, and Arts and Crafts, as is possible with the funds in hand. It is to be hoped that many of our readers will endeavour to participate. Among the articles it is inten I ed to exhibit from this Colony arej: SP n 8 c i Sisal, Canned Goods, Fruits, Basket work. Mats, Sisal Hats, Shells, Curios, etc, which at the same time would be for sale dining and at ter the Exhibition. A i< ; tative from here will go on with them and thus secure their bei well displayed and taken care of. The Toronto Exhibition h is been held for years and is yearly increasing in size and pop d u tv and| methods, and attra I hundreds of thousands ol %  tors both from Canada an the United States and thus we secure, not only distin tion for any of our goods, but it advertisement, and distribution of reading matter relative to the Colony will no doubt bring m my \ isitors to our shores. Our last exhibiti n a years ago attracted much at tention and was quite a sue, and with this yean in* leased funds and {personal supervision, as well as experience gained by our previous effort should doubly sucessful. It i^ intended to have a private display b fore shipping things It may not be generally known, but we are en liblv informed that the Gas Pro 1 Plant at the Lower I louse, for the Supply of Electric Current, is giving the Lighting Authority consi leral le 0110 rn, so nm :h so that the Chief En giueer, Vlr. Labron Moore, is being despatched to New "i shortly to procure new producnid until then no new subscribers are being accept! d. I'ius Plant, from its installation, has been considered ineffi cient and insufficient for the requirements of this City, a id when the cost is {considered, it is unsatisfactory, to put it mildly, to know that already it is giving out, and the cost has to be added to. Tncre is a Bill before the House, changing the Authority, and we hope to see changes for the better soon. J In the House of Assembly on Tuesday night Mr. < ieorge M. Cole moved the Third Reading of the Bill lO consolidate and im nd the law relating t<> the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors ; and also moved certain amendments ha\ ing for their object the minimising of some of the abuses connected with the traffic, upon which he di\ ided I louse, the Voting wa re narkable in some ways and "..is as follows: Me srs A K. s >; %  n m Curry, Brice, Moseley, b V. Solomi m, 1 h. Sweeting, A IderBo wen. A lei on, Williams 1 r. Culmer, Malcolm. Weeeh, Dr. Johnson, (ianiblin and Sand %  'ic ami ments, Messrs A1 bury, Cole, 1 Culmer, W. C B. Johnson, and J. W. Culmer tjj for the amend ments. I >ther a I nts were made in the Bill favourable to the I fie, foi one thing a %  licence | da. d tl I [. 2 I. We would commi nd to our legislators the t MIL jhtful read ing of the short 111 |e on our first page entitled "Charged with Murder." What is the Committee appointed hv i he I louse i 'I W blj. last \ ear, on the far If. do in %  .' Is it not tune for them to be heard from ? THE ICE M I'I'I.Y Foi the / >ming summer is causing eon siderable mxiety to the general public, -nice dm ing the winter months so many interruptions i uied. to night, i I louse of Asaembl) Mi Malcolm will ask the f t'l iwin jqui I i. I low man) dog licenses are in lo; %  How many dogs were cap1 and killed during the in ate ol March 1 ist ? AN,, I. Will the 11 m. Member the Leader of the Government lay on the table of the I louse acopj of any contract entered into undei the Ice Acts. 2. 1 low m.i iy breaches of such contract have occurred ? 3. How often and to wdiat amount have penalties been collected ? .). How often and to v.Jjat ,,,at •ir reauiount have penalties beer mitted or returned ? We have received from Mr. 1 ieorge I >ay. Ri pi • ntative of Read Brothers, Ltd., of London, -ample bottles of "Nips" and "Pints" "Dog's I lead Brand (iuiness Stout." For this prodm t Mr. i larold I.. M. Johnson, of this CltV, is the sole Agent. The sch. "Sarah E. Douglass" arrived yestei y with a 1 argo of shingles and the following i ngers \II-M s Be in ice Turner, Evelyn Smith, Ruina Kunming, Edith R il'inii g, Alvnia Bethel, Florence 1) ivia, I. turetta Bonamy, and Beati ice < Soodman ; Mesda nes Vn>lei xnitli,l..i fioin.i l-'arrington, /. 1 ia Sands, Micia f in iy,L ivinia Pntcbard, Emma line John Margaret T*yloi and Mary Minns' Messrs Mfied Munnings, David Nix, Theophilus Forcer, William Pin ler, John Devenua, John Mc Naughten,David Jufenson, Mitchell Sn 1 r.Isaoc Pn 11 lei. Ii im \K %  < arthy Lincoln Addefley, G orgeSevmour Ernest Rolle, Robert Rumer, )./. kiel Burroughs, Alexander I' %  nev, (ohn I"' 1 per, Man isseh Sands, Phurston Addr!ey, lames \ -il v11* >. Iti 1.-1 l^-iliii.i.tir I. vl 1.. 'aylor, Robert Brooks, Angus 13 rr, R n dd Robertson, Alex 1.1 \i % %  ', Horace Sears, lames Pr nngton, Cornelius, Pratt, and Ben jam Strachan 39) In the Supreme Court, April Session. 1913. Wednesday, 16th April Tiie Court resumed its sitting at J: JO p.m. The trial of Samuel alias 7.achens Green,Nebemiah Burrows, Isaac Nesbitt, James Webster— Stealing a turtle from Hotel



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u % %  H i L TRIfl IfiMr — Grounds—proceeded. The Jury returned a ifrdictofNot Guilty. TIKM-.IS.' c,f | |,.|irv Dcvi-aux— Bigamy was called, The accused was arraigned ami pleaded y : Sentenced to 5 months mi| 1 is nrnent. Thursday 171I1 April. I he Court met at 10: jo a m. I 'resent:— Ii^ I lonour I taniel Tudor, Esq. K. C., Chief Justice; The Hon. I C. Wells Durrant, K. C Attorney < ieneral : W. E S. Callendar Esq., The Regis tear, The l'r ivost Marshal. Information travi rsi d from last term -Jami s A. Collins Wounding with intent to maim to disable, todo grievous bodily harm to Ernest Bowe — proa It d. \\ itnesses:—Earnest Bowe, Pre Ik. VV Vranha, Dr.J.J.Cul mii, Margarett Ewell, Fletcher Anderson, Helen Romer, LawD e < iaskin, Dr. Bra< e, M McDonald. The following Jury wasemp n lied: Fred Claxidge, I lerbeit |. Claridge, I homas 11. v nil, David S, mils. Herman Cooke, Henderson |. Butler, rram 1^ \l Sands, Edward Saunders, Elijah Smith, Albion T. Cash. Jmors not emponelled discharged untill to-morrow 10 a.m. Nassau, Bahamas, 16th April, 1913. My dear Mr. Editor of Tribune, I s-:< 4 nmoiig the Government Appointments that Mr George H. Burnside lias been appointed Acting Dispenser during sickI ave of th" I dispenser, and I am constrained to enquire if the person referred to is one of the Dispensary Apprentii es, and I 1 of the I litpensei .It so Mr. Editor I have to ask fui who 1*1 respi nsil le foi this appointment ? In connei tion with this Institution, we have A Superintendent, A Chief Medical < )i; er, \ Resident Surgeon, and a Colonial Surge ID, and last but not least, we have the Board of Commissioners, and 1 am slow Sir, to believe, that any of the above mentioned would presume to rto mmtn I or apt of tins appointment. The olhce of Dispenser of the Hospital, is considerably more than wasking bottles, and gumming on labels, it means the mixing of drugs, •"••t often p i tons, to be drunk by not only the Inmates of the I lospital, and the ( hit Door Sick, but also to the Constabulary, and Prison1 i -, and surely no one bu-t a properly qualified, and experienced. person, should be allowed to fill this position. A cnreless,tboughtless, or incompetent Dispenser, may cause the death of many, whose demise may never lead to suspect any inefficiency <>f this Department. Surelj some more satisfactory arrangemi nl can be made. We have druggists here, who I know Public Spirited enough, to come to the rescue of the (iovernment and give 3 hour.-a day or afternoon to the Dispen., for a fair renumeratiou. and rather than the Public, should sutler or even die, 1 don't think it would be unreasonable tO expect one of the Medi al < Officers, already referred to, to give their time and attention, n this extreme case ol necessity. This is what would happen to Private Practitioners, who control their own Dispi n the absem • of their 1 dispenser, the) often h.u e to go into tie ii Dispensaries, and themselves fully prepare their prescriptions, for their patients, and why should we not expei I the game of Public Practitioners, who get equally well paid, but who instead of having to charge Up, wait for. and tr\ to collect, and oft n fail, have only to the voucher at the end of each month for thrii salaries. This important matter, should not be let alone Mr. Editor, until the appointment IS CailC lied, and a more satisfactory arrangement made. Yours truly TAXPAYER. "DOGS I1F.AD." Guinen'i Stovit .v ml Bank's Ale. Bottled *by Messrs Rr AD BROTHERS l.f niiii-il. Kentish Town. London. Very highly recommended by ihe Medirnl Profession in all port* o< the world %  >-. a. Tonic and Invlgorivtor after fevers. It is tvlso specially recommended to Nursing Mothers, etc. Sole Agent: Harold E. M. Johnson Che&pside. ;. AN ENTERTA1NMEN1 WILL BE GIVEN IN S. AGNES' SCHOOL ROOM, TUESDAY APRIL 22nd, l9 i 3 IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF S. AGNES' CHURCH. Doors open 7:30, Comnion r IMPERIAL Friday's Special JESS Program A Great English Story of the Boer War, from th..' novel by RYDER HAGGARD IN THREE PARTS. 1. A SISTERS SACRIFICE 2. THROHGH THE BOER L'NES. 3. JESS -IIIIAVENGER The most Marvellous Film ever produced. See the escape when tlio Wagon upsets in the river. The great Fire scene—Burning Silas Crofts home. and TWO OTHER COMIC KEELS VAUDEVILLE FLYING RING ACT bv LITTLE MISS VIOLET KNOWLES THE LITTLE NASSAU WONDER 6(1. QCI. IS. At Nassau's only Theatre. THERE ARE REASONS why good housewives should use Sunlight Soap It is guaranteed absolutely pure, and therefore will not injure the clothes. It works for you, and at the same time saves you money. It is the best soap that skill and money can produce. (live it a flial and you will he convinced of its value. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, PORT SIM 11. III. KNGI.AND. ROYAL GRAND FEA 1 URE SHOW. Biiday it St 15 p.m. 1. Monogtammed Cigrette. (ircat Detective story. 2. Morning Song by Von Rs. 3. The Saloon next door. Fine Drama. 4. Beau Btummel in a great comic hit. 5. Dr. Geoffreys Conscience Be mil fill. 6. "I am on the water Wagon now" Great Comic Song by Von Ros. 7. Tvveedle lii-iis Duel. I.augh producing 1 omedy, \ . ,. FUSSEU 5 C O N D t N S EP M I hh "f PARED BY %  „ FUSS ELL8r0^



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THE TKIHUNt our little home was a paradise. Washington, 15,—Willis Moore, "I was one of those who signed chief ofthe weathei bureau, was remonstrances against reopening summarily removed from his office the saloon of our town. One hall tins afternoon by the direction o of this jury, the prosecuting attorPresident Wilson. ney t>n this case, and the j 1 Ige who :,its on Ins bench, all voted Memphis, I'ennesee, 15. — for til"-saloon. By their votes and Spreading rapidly over the low influence saloons were reopened, Ian. Is ol Eastern Arkansas, the and they have made me what I Mississippi flood fast is abating am." I its onlaught on the embankments 'I he impassioned words ol the along its central reach s, prisoner fell like coils of fire upon the hearts ol those present, and Montreal, 15.—Seven per many of the spectators and Some dead and J5 injured as the n Sull of the lawyers w?re moved to > of a derailment of an excursion ttars. \ tram this afternoon on the Mori "1 began my downward career at treal Ch irnbly branch of the I a saloon bar— legalized, protected tral Vermont Railway. by the voters ol tins town. Aftei the saloons you allowed have made Madrid, 15. \t King Vlfonso me a drunkard and 1 murderer, 1 j was returning from the cen am taken before another bat — the of swearing 1 rectuits 1 bar ol Justice, and now the law noon a to he powei will conduct me to .1 place an anarchist attemted his ma of execution, and hasten my soul life by firing three shuts into eternity. I blank at him The king -io fore another bar,— the judgment injured but lie In FCape. bar of God—and there you who have legalized the traffic will have j London, 15.— I he weekly att<. appear with me. Think you that tempi ol the suffragettes to h the gieat Judge will hold me — the meeting in Hyde Park look place poor, weak, helpless v.ctim of your today. The crowd howled down traffic—alone responsible for the the spe.ikeis and hurled missiles murder of my wife ? Nay, fin my at them until lh< poll drunken, frenzied, irresponsible forced to intervene and escort the condition, have murdered one, but suffrag II I >ro ihe Park. you have deb voted for the saloons, winch h ve ted Brussels, 15. — H thousands, and they aie in full oplab urdisp tetomuhta erati n < i ,\ ui the com ent to morn %  ol ol yo 1 kno •. in youi heai i s si si that these words of mine are not emini n( ? %  %  : JI n 1 %  .. the raving of an unsound mind, the progress nl which will be but the truth of the God. "You legalized the saloons that made me a dwokatd and a mur. derer, and you are guilt) before Cod and man lor ihe tn'urd. 1 ol my wile. "Your hon.g, I am done. I am now ready to receive my sentence, and be led to the place ol my exe-' cution. You will close by asking the Lord to havi 1 w 'I' cli bj sol. noils' asking liod iform all who appreci it'a Good Smoke that we now ,nd an extensive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS. We W r. would have on guarantee our brand to be made of the finesl Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havai a Kill* 1ihr. i>{ hi ul Tni se Cigars are manufai iured .>n nui pn and ureat pains arc taken to produce in arti le of superioi quality, I sucress we have met with in the past leads use the 1 .. %  1 if coi urs. I. L. S\l N'DERS & n Ba> Sti ee, BON MARCHE CUOSIN3 OUT THK ENTIRE STOCK AT UR.EATLV HtUUCEU PRICES FOR. ONE MONTH. \;>lll 1 1, I913. I >k HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWEl.l l\'< III USE with bath room ;ii lached and all out di IOJ 1 mn en. iencs including a Tank, East Street, South, opposite, SassHit !'i is..,,. tpply 10 JOs I UNI. Blue ilill St. South Almighty I watched by I II urope with rest. Lumber & Shingles 1 UST I "R.ol J Si. J. Received per Schooner bens rtiij K. M?>sel Is" fiom .vim-. Ctlv. r lon.i.i. R full i\ss. 1 mi. m of Lumber mid Shin, ties X 10 and 13, 1 J X IO oid 1 2 of aa I lenul ii. •.ud up\< m rls ill v. •1 Cod to o| ; ; ,,i Vehavi ..pei l uj 1 trade ith your own indi t "' %  ""^ r ,,llv so that you will c. you. supp.-it to iins dreadful ira CABI EGRAMS. St. Vpril 17th 1013. n uds, E n.. ,. d, 15.Suffragettestoday burned the cosily seasidi b Arthur I) bet oi Pai lian em of rouyh of I lasting ucros, le burRome. 15.—Pope Pius is repotted aa much better tins afternoon bui pivparai lor the fun. eral still continue at the Vatican. London, 15. —An armistice between lurkey and Bulgaria was arranged, according to despatches from Vienna and Sofia 1 And pperi CHAS. J KELLY & BRO. STOI l\. F Mi I iei \.\l.iV, I i>i S 11 •. 1 %  1.1 \mglil II in sei and '>:. %  also p iri of another I la v *er, LOST. F 'ROM sclioonet S, B. Elmwood last night, Wednesday, and, one 10 ft. boal Iced W.N, Sutta'.h Reward il found. \pplv In W, IV NOR I II, \l irket R*nge. Will. I VMS' SHOES ARE BETTER. CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN 1 irpentei and I 'apei 11 1 \i\t> r, 11, it feet, al .i ,i\s on ii in 1. ( hliei si/ t %  li in ordei. il w HVS • 'Ii ii Old. Oldei %  1 lai %  '. 1 sixes 01 l.o -• quam ities will receive prompt >t 11 nl Paper Hanging. Satisfaction Guarantt \MII-II. I,.., si,, ,.| 111,, A I,,,,, 11 alt. > §&,'Cutlery a line Hss-.1 lin.-nl of : RAZORS ]' % %  l\ 111 VI Bre. .1 KllHes I SCI -i' 1 kali l>) Chas. L A lbury. NO r IL 1.. T"*||I-> is to inform my I',.lions 1 and the Public in General ih.it 1 have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now read) to do anythinj in the line "i General repair 01 new work Horst •shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Huylrr, 453 Hay Street. East (Wharf) PLACE YOUR IRDF.H QUICK \S W I GET PROM FACT! >RY. Si 1! ,1 %  1 ill in *-1 > 1 \Y East \'i il.l-. Bre isl Coll ir, and oil H md 11st at Si I lorIII llsi ice 0 %  I' igbt Duiv Paid • 1 s t., deliver. C. O. D. C. C. LAUNDERS. !' .V St. IU \. P. ANNA E. RAE. I'N.-I'kll. I RfcSS ( I' The Vogue and Au Bon March e ^h L.nn iiocc ScOTcSt Closing Sale of Seasons Good*, ttitfh Clnss Goods l very reduced (ill. <-s Beautiful Irish Laces i\nd Insertions. A lew v. rv .. lect Irish I.ace Mitts, mquis to deginns Geisha Crepes v il K Laces lo mi., 1 lnsl\ Hand EmI In null. a K o:i"s iv nil Waists 25 per cent off. Irish Linens, While nnd Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. W \. MA I II! R U." DER IAKER. D ESIRES in inform his frii and the Public thai he ha just received a complete outfit ol Facilities foi Ihe business ol an undertaki r, which pi ices him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to Ins cue w nil system and despatch ; and respectfully solicits their patronage < let my l*nc> s liisi and provs Ihat they are the very lowest foi hist class work.



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^ ** > cr 0) CD CO o 03 Nullivis addle tns jurnrc in verlia mtvylslrl. Bii>|hound lo seir to the iJogme.* of no Master. VOL. V. NASSAU. N. '.. :y .1, mat, iurd&.y. April 17. 191V No. 123 I l>l PI (II, • u I s I'lT.l.i -ill |l |)vn %  lioj I. coj y lay. I id V • % %  4 |d bl> I..II Yr.,'1. • i' R for inter) %  line '"' i pei %  I lin LONG BAY C VYS. Mondaj. 25th nil., was quite | lOCll of I I. IIJ opal Church here I'II i I al 11 a.m i< ool child || n mibei of visil ,| on \h, I lezi Iriah MI ith's pi and march) d tin refrom to tl and i Cliui h Phe ; ion was b\ littl< who i in I ner ihey i in tl-^' i 1 ~, then i n with in its < entre and the pi i rear V\ ra i pro ,;, ,. d • i I'M • ol he VI on i i r in the Liturgy was n I hi'sovei Mi H-z the conductor "i i festival arose nd made a f< w intro u< l %  S and intro : id C. O B |. J. R ascliairma i onvpnti in. I he Chairman then addn sse I the convi mi .n and i egan a Jis tiou of tlie Programme. The programme though short was nicely handled and reflects much credit on the children .nd Mr. Smith whose assiduous lab our made the day quite an enjoyable and pleasant one. Mr. Joseph Duocombe the eldest person and cateclnst in this Church vil rompli 5 remai ett Mini tid a in w hi< h i hildien foi (jo 'I attendam e and beh w iour at SunA' programme the a idieni e | the \.il : to nul ion. i.' and can Hemonade v. ere th fed in abun(i. a iveof en ed. ^t this vere s vliat marred by a ill of ram wliu h produced quil t. Cal i Gentl in runni ] to | % %  hel rom the ram I day a s final ly end d with the tripping "I thi "I fantastic [< ie." B i II VRGI" I) WITH MURDI R. .ii ing ii.w i itivc illu*> ly IIKI tiuly tin re*pl tinwilful rrurdei of my wife. I ruthful witnesses haw testified t<> the fact thai I was %  I i -i, a drunkaid, an I a ret< l> ; oil' I i tu ned from on< id my pi< >!' h luches, a nd fired a fat il khot that killed the wife 1 had sworn turt, I it I am not alone r of my rhis startling statement created a ti is sens M ion. I'he ju ijje leaned over his desk, the lawyers n lie I "! aiorjnd a the pri ind jurors look d at one isr in amazement, I he pri s nn r. p HI-".| i few .and i ontwiu %  I in the s ime firm, .i ii met voice : — "I iepeat, your honor, 111 it I am • the on I) one guilt) ofthemur* iU i ul my wife. I a the a, the |u \ in the box, the lawyers within the bar, including the pastor ol the old church, are also guilty b %  !. ire Almighty < %  id, and will have to stand with me ire llijudgment throne, where we Bhall all be righteously jud e I, "If ii had nol been foi the sa. loons of my town, I nevi t would have become a drunkard : my wife would not have been murdered ; I would n"i be hi re now 11 idy to lie hurled into eternity. Had it not n for these hu n in 'raps, I would have been a sober man, an industrious workman, a tender lather, and a loving husband, But to day my home is destroyed, my wife murdered, my children—God bless and care for them-cist out on the mercy of the world, while I nn i i be hanged b) the strong arm of the slate. "God knows I tried to reform, but ns long ns the open saloon was m my pathway, mj weak, diseased will power was no match against the fearful, consuming, Rgonisiug appetite foi liquor, "Fin one \' town v. is with

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I pi ,ai I TO Ill I I \ I i \ pl-
g ii m hIiihisi hrenthless
,..s|i i 11ion ! i he .i w 'i.
,\:n i .-. i intent's silenc*, tlio
, .mil, in a
low, in in, out, distinct voice,
said
"I have I Your honour, you have
asked m question, and I now
ssk, as the last favour on earth,
tli it you w di n a interrupt my an-
iwei until I am thiough.
| Maud here before this bar,
co \ icted <>l tin- wilful rrurdei of
my wife. I ruthful witnesses haw
testified t<> the fact thai I was
I i -i, a drunkaid, an I a ret< l> ;
oil' I i tu ned from on< id my
pi< >!' h luches, a nd fired a
fat il khot that killed the wife 1
had sworn t pi !* (t. Whil I h.i re no remein*
bra nee of committing the fearful
iIe i. I Ii ive no right tii complain
i i i mihIp nn i eidid of ilie
twelve as jury in the c is* ; fur th if ver
did is in accord nice w 11 h I he evi.
dem i
"But, may ii pie ise the c >urt, I
it I am not alone
r of my
rhis startling statement created
a ti is sens M ion. I'he ju ijje
leaned over his desk, the lawyers
n lie I "! aiorjnd a the pri
ind jurors look d at one
isr in amazement, I he pri
s nn r. p HI-".| i few .and
i ontwiu I in the s ime firm,
.i ii met voice :
"I iepeat, your honor, 111 it I am
the on I) one guilt) ofthemur*
iU i ul my wife. I a the
a, the |u \ in the box, the
lawyers within the bar, including
the pastor ol the old church, are
also guilty b !. ire Almighty < ' id,
and will have to stand with me
ire lli- judgment throne, where
we Bhall all be righteously jud e I,
"If ii had nol been foi the sa.
loons of my town, I nevi t would
have become a drunkard : my wife
would not have been murdered ; I
would n"i be hi re now 11 idy to lie
hurled into eternity. Had it not
n for these hu n in 'raps, I
would have been a sober man, an
industrious workman, a tender la-
ther, and a loving husband, But
to day my home is destroyed, my
wife murdered, my childrenGod
bless and care for them-cist out
on the mercy of the world, while I
nn i i be hanged b) the strong arm
of the slate.
"God knows I tried to reform,
but ns long ns the open saloon was
m my pathway, mj weak, diseased
will power was no match against
the fearful, consuming, Rgonisiug
appetite foi liquor,
"Fin one \' town v. is
with was i I man, I'or one year my
ni children ware happy, and
(Continued on fourth page.)


f
T HE TKI B l' N E
ttbe Grfbune
Thursday April 17. 191V
In the Legislature of the Ba
hamas there is not much of the
party system at work.
It is true we have what is call-
ed the Out Island Party, but that
is only united on certain mat-
ters, mainly financial, and
on those matters out-islatid
members have a way of breaking
rank when they think the oc-
casion demands it.
Many people denounce the
British party system. No doubt
it has delects, but after all it is
better suited to the conditions
obtaining in the old country
thn i the go as'you-pli
m> od would be.
L is said that under the party
System the Government in
power frames measures and
drives them through their st
without giving scope to indivi-
dual opinions of non-official
members. But is this really so?
Anyone who follows the noursi
of a great Bill through the
House of Commons will be
struck with the way in which it
becomes altered in its pas
The views of members make
themsi Ives felt, sometimes on
the floor of the House and some-
t.imcs in private talks in the
lobbies.
First readmg and Second
reading debates are constantly
used by administrations to test
the feeling nfg>rivate members,
and often lead to re il mi idifica-
tionsofa Bill in its early stages.
The Committee and Report
stages ate \\--<\ very much in
altering Bills. ,
Two measures f tie- last Ses-
sion-tlir I Ionic Rule and \\
Disestablishment Bills, were, in
some respects greatly changed
before being sent up to the
House of Lords. This was par-
ticularly true of the Welsh Bill.
As has been well said : "A
Parliament < omposed of men of
the temper of Lord Courtney,
Mr. Harold Cox. and Mr. i I il
laire Belloc would be brilliant,
but it would never agree on any-
thing. There would be 6oo
amendments to every motion.
Opponents of the partv system
propose to amend Parliament-
ary government by striking out
the very elements which render
Parliamentary Government
possible."
TORONTO EXHIBITION.
We would call the attention
of our readers to the approach-
ing Toronto Exhibition which
is to take place in August and
Sept i i. By means of the
grant made bj the House of As-
sembly the Chamber of Com*
merce is now enabled to under-
take the matter, and it is pro-
posi d bj them, through their
Committee, to make as expen-
sive and general an Exhibition
of our products, and Arts and
Crafts, as is possible with the
funds in hand. It is to be hoped
that many of our readers will
endeavour to participate.
Among the articles it is inten I
ed to exhibit from this Colony
arej: SPn8ci Sisal, Canned
Goods, Fruits, Basket work.
Mats, Sisal Hats, Shells, Curios,
etc, which at the same time
would be for sale dining and at
ter the Exhibition. A i< ;
tative from here will go on with
them and thus secure their bei
well displayed and taken care
of.
The Toronto Exhibition h is
been held for years and is yearly
increasing in size and pop d u
tv and| methods, and attra I
hundreds of thousands ol .
tors both from Canada an !
the United States and thus
we secure, not only distin
tion for any of our goods, but
it advertisement, and
distribution of reading matter
relative to the Colony will no
doubt bring m my \ isitors to
our shores. Our last exhibiti n
a years ago attracted much at
tention and was quite a sue,
and with this yean in* leased
funds and {personal supervision,
as well as experience gained by
our previous effort should
doubly sucessful. It i^ intended
to have a private display b
fore shipping things
It may not be generally
known, but we are en liblv in-
formed that the Gas Pro 1
Plant at the Lower I louse, for
the Supply of Electric Current,
is giving the Lighting Authori-
ty consi leral le 0110 rn, so
nm :h so that the Chief En
giueer, Vlr. Labron Moore, is be-
ing despatched to New "i
shortly to procure new produc-
nid until then no new sub-
scribers are being accept! d.
I'ius Plant, from its installa-
tion, has been considered ineffi
cient and insufficient for the
requirements of this City, a id
when the cost is {considered, it
is unsatisfactory, to put it mild-
ly, to know that already it is
giving out, and the cost has to
be added to.
Tncre is a Bill before the
House, changing the Authority,
and we hope to see changes for
the better soon.
j
In the House of Assembly on
Tuesday night Mr. < ieorge M.
Cole moved the Third Reading
of the Bill lO consolidate and
im nd the law relating t<> the
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors ;
and also moved certain amend-
ments ha\ ing for their object
the minimising of some of the
abuses connected with the traf-
fic, upon which he di\ ided
I louse, the Voting wa re nark-
able in some ways and "..is as
follows: Me srs A K. s >; n m
Curry, Brice, Moseley, b V.
Solomi m, 1 h. Sweeting, A Ider-
Bo wen. A lei on, Williams
1 r. Culmer, Malcolm. Weeeh,
Dr. Johnson, (ianiblin and
Sand 'ic ami
ments, Messrs A1 bury, Cole, 1
Culmer, W. C B. Johnson, and
J. W. Culmer tjj for the amend
ments.
I >ther a I nts were
made in the Bill favourable to
the I fie, foi one thing a
licence | da. d tl I [. 2 I.
We would commi nd to our
legislators the t mil jhtful read
ing of the short 111 |e on our
first page entitled "Charged
with Murder."
What is the Committee ap-
pointed hv i he I louse i 'I W
blj. last \ ear, on the far If. do
in .' Is it not tune for them to
be heard from ?
THE ICE M I'I'I.Y Foi the
/ >ming summer is causing eon
siderable mxiety to the general
public, -nice dm ing the winter
months so many interruptions
i uied. to night, i
I louse of Asaembl) Mi Malcolm
will ask the f t'l iwin jqui I
i. I low man) dog licenses are
in lo;
How many dogs were cap-
1 and killed during the
in ate ol March 1 ist ?
AN,,
I. Will the 11 m. Member the
Leader of the Government lay
on the table of the I louse acopj
of any contract entered into
undei the Ice Acts.
2.1 low m.i iy breaches of such
contract have occurred ?
3. How often and to wdiat
amount have penalties been
collected ?
.). How often and to v.Jjat
,,,at
ir re-
auiount have penalties beer
mitted or returned ?
We have received from Mr.
1 ieorge I >ay. Ri pi ntative of
Read Brothers, Ltd., of London,
-ample bottles of "Nips" and
"Pints" "Dog's I lead Brand
(iuiness Stout." For this pro-
dm t Mr. i larold I.. M. Johnson,
of this CltV, is the sole Agent.
The sch. "Sarah E. Douglass"
arrived yestei y with a 1 argo
of shingles and the following
i ngers
\Ii-m s Be in ice Turner, Evelyn
Smith, Ruina Kunming, Edith
R il'inii g, Alvnia Bethel, Florence
1) ivia, I. turetta Bonamy, and
Beati ice < Soodman ; Mesda nes
Vn>lei xnitli,l..ifioin.i l-'arrington,
/. 1 ia Sands, Micia f in iy,L ivinia
Pntcbard, Emma line John
Margaret T*yloi and Mary Minns'
Messrs Mfied Munnings, David
Nix, Theophilus Forcer, William
Pin ler, John Devenua, John Mc
Naughten,David Jufenson, Mitchell
Sn 1 r.Isaoc Pn 11 lei. Ii'im \K< arthy
Lincoln Addefley, G orgeSevmour
Ernest Rolle, Robert Rumer,
)./. kiel Burroughs, Alexander I'
nev, (ohn I"' 1 per, Man isseh
Sands, Phurston Addr!ey, lames
\ Tinnei,\\ dl 1 im I. irn.M ises
Devi kux, Joseph M ickey, md
Pi ice i lepburi j-)
The Scho mi ii \dmiral" ar-
rived da) fromMiami w ith
a < argo of lumber shingles and
ilene and the following pas-
Jf is.
Misses \rrgeline Thompson, El
tell*. '."" iper, in I Sarah Cooper;
Mesdames Christiana n..:.-...i...
Margaret Sj 11 11, (
Floren 1 1 k, Floi 1 1 l\ 1
Olivia Forbes
r KMcii. v. ; iik, r lorin Fvne, and
I |i 11 i' -. 1; Mestis \ iihauiel
Foi bes, Inhn Parks, William Gai
ioi, Henry Brown, Enoch Clark,
I- (twin I Perry, Kdward Minnis,
John vVi'l ims, Moses Davis, Felix
I I. ,*> -il v- 11* >. Iti 1.-1 l^-iliii.i.tir I. vl 1..
'aylor, Robert Brooks, Angus
13 rr, R n dd Robertson, Alex
1.1 \i', Horace Sears, lames Pr
nngton, Cornelius, Pratt, and
Ben jam Strachan 39)
In the Supreme Court,
April Session. 1913.
Wednesday, 16th April
Tiie Court resumed its sitting
at j: JO p.m.
The trial of Samuel alias 7.ac-
hens Green,Nebemiah Burrows,
Isaac Nesbitt, James Webster
Stealing a turtle from Hotel


u
HiL TRIfl IfiMr

Groundsproceeded. The Jury
returned a ifrdictofNot Guilty.
TIkm-.is.' c,f | |,.|irv Dcvi-aux
Bigamy was called, The accus-
ed was arraigned ami pleaded
y : Sentenced to 5 months
mi| 1 is nrnent.
Thursday 171I1 April.
I he Court met at 10: jo a m.
I 'resent: Ii^ I lonour I taniel
Tudor, Esq. K. C., Chief Justice;
The Hon. I C. Wells Durrant,
K. C Attorney < ieneral : W. E
S. Callendar Esq., The Regis
tear, The l'r ivost Marshal.
Information travi rsi d from
last term -Jami s A. Collins
Wounding with intent to maim
to disable, todo grievous bodily
harm to Ernest Bowe pro-
a It d.
\\ itnesses:Earnest Bowe,
Pre Ik. VV Vranha, Dr.J.J.Cul
mii, Margarett Ewell, Fletcher
Anderson, Helen Romer, Law-
d e < iaskin, Dr. Bra< e, M
McDonald.
The following Jury wasem-
p n lied: Fred Claxidge, I ler-
beit |. Claridge, I homas 11.
v nil, David S,mils. Herman
Cooke, Henderson |. Butler,
rram 1^ \l Sands, Edward Saun-
ders, Elijah Smith, Albion T.
Cash.
Jmors not emponelled dis-
charged untill to-morrow 10
a.m.
Nassau, Bahamas,
16th April, 1913.
My dear Mr. Editor of Tribune,
I s-:<4 nmoiig the Government
Appointments that Mr George
H. Burnside lias been appointed
Acting Dispenser during sick-
I ave of th" I dispenser, and I am
constrained to enquire if the
person referred to is one of the
Dispensary Apprentii es, and I 1
of the I litpensei .- It so Mr.
Editor I have to ask fui
who 1*1 respi nsil le foi this ap-
pointment ?
In connei tion with this Insti-
tution, we have A Superintend-
ent, A Chief Medical < )i; er, \
Resident Surgeon, and a Colo-
nial Surge id, and last but not
least, we have the Board of
Commissioners, and 1 am slow
Sir, to believe, that any of the
above mentioned would pre-
sume to rto mmtn I or apt
of tins appointment.
The olhce of Dispenser of the
Hospital, is considerably more
than wasking bottles, and gum-
ming on labels, it means the
mixing of drugs, "t often p i
tons, to be drunk by not only
the Inmates of the I lospital, and
the ( hit Door Sick, but also to
the Constabulary, and Prison-
1 i -, and surely no one bu-t a pro-
perly qualified, and experienced.
person, should be allowed to fill
this position.A cnreless,tbought-
less, or incompetent Dispenser,
may cause the death of many,
whose demise may never lead
to suspect any inefficiency <>f
this Department.
Surelj some more satisfactory
arrangemi nl can be made. We
have druggists here, who I know
Public Spirited enough, to
come to the rescue of the
(iovernment and give 3 hour.-- a
day or afternoon to the Dispen-
., for a fair renumeratiou.
and rather than the Public,
should sutler or even die, 1 don't
think it would be unreasonable
tO expect one of the Medi al
< Officers, already referred to, to
give their time and attention,
n this extreme case ol necessity.
This is what would happen to
Private Practitioners, who con-
trol their own Dispi n
the absem of their 1 dispenser,
the) often h.u e to go into tie ii
Dispensaries, and themselves
fully prepare their prescrip-
tions, for their patients, and
why should we not expei I the
game of Public Practitioners,
who get equally well paid, but
who instead of having to charge
Up, wait for. and tr\ to collect,
and oft n fail, have only to
, the voucher at the end of
each month for thrii salaries.
This important matter, should
not be let alone Mr. Editor, un-
til the appointment IS CailC lied,
and a more satisfactory arrange-
ment made.
Yours truly
TAXPAYER.
"DOGS I1F.AD."
Guinen'i Stovit .v ml Bank's Ale.
Bottled *by
Messrs Rr AD BROTHERS
l.fniiii-il. Kentish Town.
London.
Very highly recommended by ihe
Medirnl Profession in all port*
o< the world .>-. a. Tonic and
Invlgorivtor after fevers. It is
tvlso specially recommended to
Nursing Mothers, etc.
Sole Agent:
Harold E. M. Johnson
Che&pside.
;.
AN ENTERTA1NMEN1 WILL
BE GIVEN IN
S. AGNES' SCHOOL ROOM,
TUESDAY APRIL 22nd, l9i3
IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF
S. AGNES' CHURCH.
Doors open 7:30, Comnion r
IMPERIAL
Friday's Special
JESS
Program
A Great English Story of the Boer War,
from th..' novel by RYDER HAGGARD
IN THREE PARTS.
1. A SISTERS SACRIFICE
2. THROHGH THE BOER L'NES.
3. JESS -IIII- AVENGER
The most Marvellous Film ever produced. See the escape
when tlio Wagon upsets in the river. The great Fire
sceneBurning Silas Crofts home.
and TWO OTHER COMIC KEELS
VAUDEVILLE
FLYING RING ACT bv LITTLE MISS VIOLET KNOWLES
THE LITTLE NASSAU WONDER
6(1. qcI. IS. '
At Nassau's only Theatre.
THERE ARE REASONS
why good housewives
should use
Sunlight Soap
It is guaranteed absolutely
pure, and therefore will not
injure the clothes. It works
for you, and at the same time
saves you money. It is the
best soap that skill and money
can produce. (live it a flial
and you will he convinced of
its value.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED,
PORT SIM 11. III. KNGI.AND.
ROYAL
GRAND FEA 1 URE SHOW.
Biiday it St 15 p.m.
1. Monogtammed Cigrette.
(ircat Detective story.
2. Morning Song by Von Rs.
3. The Saloon next door. Fine
Drama.
4. Beau Btummel in a great
comic hit.
5. Dr. Geoffreys Conscience
Be mil fill.
6. "I am on the water Wagon
now" Great Comic Song by Von
Ros.
7. Tvveedle lii-iis Duel. I.augh
producing 1 omedy,
\ ,.

fusseu5
C O N D t N S EP
M I hh
"f PARED BY
FUSS ELL8r0^


THE TKIHUNt
our little home was a paradise. Washington, 15,Willis Moore,
"I was one of those who signed chief ofthe weathei bureau, was
remonstrances against reopening summarily removed from his office
the saloon of our town. One hall tins afternoon by the direction o
of this jury, the prosecuting attor- President Wilson.
ney t>n this case, and the j 1 Ige ---------
who :,its on Ins bench, all voted Memphis, I'ennesee, 15.
for til"-saloon. By their votes and Spreading rapidly over the low
influence saloons were reopened, Ian.Is ol Eastern Arkansas, the
and they have made me what I Mississippi flood fast is abating
am." I its onlaught on the embankments
'I he impassioned words ol the along its central reach s,
prisoner fell like coils of fire upon ----------
the hearts ol those present, and Montreal, 15.Seven per
many of the spectators and Some dead and J5 injured as the n Sull
of the lawyers w?re moved to > of a derailment of an excursion
ttars. \ tram this afternoon on the Mori
"1 began my downward career at treal Ch irnbly branch of the I
a saloon barlegalized, protected tral Vermont Railway.
by the voters ol tins town. Aftei ------
the saloons you allowed have made Madrid, 15. \t King Vlfonso
me a drunkard and 1 murderer, 1 j was returning from the cen
am taken before another bat the of swearing 1 rectuits 1
bar ol Justice, and now the law noon a to he
powei will conduct me to .1 place an anarchist attemted his ma
of execution, and hasten my soul life by firing three shuts
into eternity. I blank at him The king -io
fore another bar,the judgment injured but lie In FCape.
bar of Godand there you who
have legalized the traffic will have j London, 15. I he weekly at-
t<. appear with me. Think you that tempi ol the suffragettes to h
the gieat Judge will hold me the meeting in Hyde Park look place
poor, weak, helpless v.ctim of your today. The crowd howled down
trafficalone responsible for the the spe.ikeis and hurled missiles
murder of my wife ? Nay, fin my at them until lh< poll
drunken, frenzied, irresponsible forced to intervene and escort the
condition, have murdered one, but suffrag II I >ro ihe Park.
you have deb voted for the ---------
saloons, winch h ve ted Brussels, 15. H
thousands, and they aie in full op- lab urdisp tetomuhta
erati n < i ,\ ui the com ent to morn ol
ol yo 1 kno . in youi heaiis si si
that these words of mine are not emini n( ? :ji n 1 .. .
the raving of an unsound mind, the progress nl which will be
but the truth of the
God.
"You legalized the saloons that
made me a dwokatd and a mur.
derer, and you are guilt) before
Cod and man lor ihe tn'urd. 1 ol
my wile.
"Your hon.g, I am done. I am
now ready to receive my sentence,
and be led to the place ol my exe-'
cution. You will close by asking
the Lord to havi
1 w 'I' cli bj sol. noils' asking
liod '
iform all who appreci it'- a Good Smoke that we now
,nd an extensive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS. We
Wr. would
have on
guarantee our brand to be made of the finesl Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havai a Kill* 1- ihr. i>{ hi ul
Tni se Cigars are manufai iured .>n nui pn
and ureat pains arc taken to produce in arti le of superioi quality,
I sucress we have met with in the past leads use
the 1 .. 1 if coi urs.
I. L. S\l N'DERS & n
Ba> Sti
ee,
BON MARCHE
CUOSIN3 OUT
THK ENTIRE STOCK
AT UR.EATLV HtUUCEU
PRICES
FOR. ONE MONTH.
\;>lll 1 1, I913.
I >k HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWEl.l l\'<
III USE with bath room ;ii
lached and all out di ioj 1 mn en.
iencs including a Tank,
East Street, South, opposite,
SassHit !'i is..,,.
tpply 10
JOs I UNI.
Blue ilill St. South
Almighty I watched by I II urope
with rest.
Lumber & Shingles
1 UST
I "R.ol
J Si. J.
Received per Schooner
bens rtiij K. M?>selIs" fiom
.vim-. Ctlv. r lon.i.i. r full
i\ss. 1 mi. m of Lumber mid Shin,
ties
X 10 and 13, 1 J X IO oid 1 2
of aa I'. lenul ii. .ud up\< m rls
. ill v.
1
Cod to o| ; ; ,,i Vehavi ..pei l uj 1 trade ith
your own indi t, "' ""^r..........,,llv-
so that you will c. you.
supp.-it to iins dreadful ira
CABI EGRAMS.
St.
Vpril 17th 1013.
n uds, E n.. ,. d, 15.-
Suffragettestoday burned the cosi-
ly seasidi b Arthur I)
bet oi Pai lian em of
rouyh of I lasting .
ucros,
le bur-
Rome. 15.Pope Pius is re-
potted aa much better tins after-
noon bui pivparai..... lor the fun.
eral still continue at the Vatican.
London, 15. An armistice be-
tween lurkey and Bulgaria was
arranged, according to despatches
from Vienna and Sofia
1
And pperi
CHAS. J KELLY & BRO.
STOI l\.
FMi I iei \.\l.iV, I
i>i S 11 . 1 1.1 \- mglil
II in sei and '>:. also p iri of
another I la v *er,
LOST.
F'ROM sclioonet S, B. Elmwood
last night, Wednesday, and,
one 10 ft. boal Iced W.N,
Sutta'.h Reward il found.
\pplv In
W, IV NOR I II,
\l irket R*nge.
Will.I VMS'
SHOES
ARE BETTER.
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1 irpentei and I 'apei 11 1 \i\t> r,
, 11, it feet,
al .i ,i\s on ii in 1. ( hliei si/ t
li in ordei.
il w HVS 'Ii ii Old. Oldei ! 1
lai '. 1 sixes 01 l.o - quam ities
will receive prompt >t 11 nl
Paper Hanging.
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Chas. L A lbury.
NO r il 1..
T"*||I-> is to inform my I',.lions
1 and the Public in General
ih.it 1 have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
read) to do anythinj in the line "i
General repair 01 new work Horst
shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huylrr,
453 Hay Street. East (Wharf)
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ANNA E. RAE.
I'N.-I'kll. I RfcSS ('I'
The Vogue and Au Bon March e
^h L.nn iiocc ScOTcSt
Closing Sale of Seasons Good*,
ttitfh Clnss Goods l very reduced
(ill. <-s
Beautiful Irish Laces i\nd
Insertions. A lew v. rv .. lect
Irish I.ace Mitts, mquis to deginns
Geisha Crepes v il K Laces lo
mi., 1 lnsl\ Hand Em-
I In null- a K o:i"s iv nil Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linens,
While nnd Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
W \. MA I II!R.
U." DER IAKER.
DESIRES in inform his frii
and the Public thai he ha
just received a complete outfit ol
Facilities foi Ihe business ol an un-
dertaki r, which pi ices him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to Ins cue w nil
system and despatch ; and respect-
fully solicits their patronage < let
my l*nc> s liisi and provs Ihat they
are the very lowest foi hist class
work.


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