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T II E T R IB-UN B rabbi of the British Empire in the great synagog le today. Mexico, 16. — Financial condition-, here are critical. The political leaders are working on a discriminatory tariff reform measure in an attempt t>> force recognition by the United Mates. Bath, England, if).—Sympathy %  era with the suffrag ttes cut the telegraph and telephone wires at the entrance to the box tunnel on the Great We-tcrn Railway near here this morning. Great inconvenience was caused to the train service. London, if>. — A report sent Ambassador Brycc, on the results ol .1 recent conversation with President Wilson, foreshadows, it is understood, a favourable termination of the controversy between the two countries over the question of the Panama Canal tolls. ROYAL IMPERIAL Friday's Special Program Tree A Great English Story of the Boer War, taken JLJJ From the novel by RYDER HAGGARD IN THREE PARTS 1. A S1S1 ERS SACRIFICE 2. THROUGH '111*. BOER L'NES. 3. JESS -THE AVENGER The most Marvellous Film ever produo d. See the escape when the Wagon upsets in the nver. The great^ne Mine—Burning Silas Crofts home. and l WO I 'I HER COMIC REELS VAUDEVILLE FLYING RING \CT by LITTLE MISS VIOLET KNOWLES I HE LITTLE NASSAl WONDER 6d. 9d. IS. At Nassau's only Theatu. GRAND FEATURE SHOW Friday .at 8:15 p.m. ^ 1. Monogram med Cigarette. Cire.it Detecl it e story. 2. Morning s ng by Von Ros. 3. The Saloon next door. Fine 1 Irama, 4. Beau Brummel in 1 t;rent comic hit. 5. Dr. (ii riscience. Beautiful. 6. "I am on thp water Wagon now" Gre it c >mic Sons 1>\ Von Rot. 7. Tweedledums Duel. Laugh producing 1 omedy. A Programme of Great Value AX ENTERTAINMENT WILL E GIVEN IN S. AGNES' MIIOI ii. ROOM, TUESDAY APRIL sand, 4913 IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF S. AGNES' CHURCH. Doors open 7:30. Commfeoca at 8 BON NARCHE CLOSING OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. April 13, i',. Lumber &Shingles J UST Received per Schooner "Roberts and Russells" from Si. James City. >• lorids,, n full assortment of Lumber .-\.\il Shingles: 1 [ x to and i-'. 1 x if and 1 ol 23 ft. lengths and upwards as a ly. \\> hat i1 ipi nei 1 up 1 > 1 ode ith e Port in this ould do well to g< e ua i in basing %  • ere. And .me H I so Shippers nl Sisal. CHAS. J. KELLY 6. BRO. I ( IR IIIRL. PLACE YOUR ORDER QUICK AS WE GET FROM FACTORY. S INGLE Bream Collar, and i 0 liar and Hames, Tan Colour, Horse or Pony Rise Web Harneaa. all al Store and see Sample Harms'in 11 %  P. ice delivered in Nassau 1 and I>oty Paul 30/ Wi 1 m %  C. 1 >. I). l\ SAUNDERS. East Bay St. \ issau M. P. ANNA E. RAE. PR) IPRIETRESS l IF The Vogue andAu Bon Marche Th,i,n,ns,o. scores. 1 A SIX ROOM DWEL1 ING 1K )USE ith bath KM lached and all oul doot conven. iencei including a Tank. Bast Street, South, opposite Nassau Prison. Apply i" lOS, LAIN' Blue Hill St. s iuth Closing Sale of Seasons Goods. 1 II.en Class Goods at very reduced prices. Mi • vi 11 f vi I Irish Laces and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hals, exquisite degigna Geisha Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes and Waists 25 per cent off. Irish Linena, White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STORE O UR "Royal" Household Uiand Flour sailing at 2d • pet II). and 30s, per bug of 1 .' %  lbs, "( r olden Star Flour 2 lbs for and "Laurel Brand" Flour" a I I. 1 1 • nnial Floui per I 1 Pigs F< el in Vinegar .it 7 Ipei lb, Brow h -MILir at 1 j I |i"i lb ( )m %  in town srllin %  ; nl .ii pi 1 quart, All our irocei ies ire fresh and I qnalit; and < heap, Pure lamaica Rum ai 11 •, pei gallon, IAMFS L. SAUNDERS A Nntsau N. P. 13a hnm April 15th 1913. lew" Cutlery a fine *** %  M 1 men! of: RAZORS I'able Knives i'... ket Knives I lull hei Knivi Bread Knivi Carving Sets ii ami IKS. [01 -.iK. by Chas. £ Albury. CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN Carpenter and Papti Hauler. Open R -i.-N —), >,', 10, 11. 12 feet, aln ays on hand. (Itbei built to order. Native Made Oart — 1 0, 11, 12 feet, always on hand. < Irders fur largi 1 si/, 1 ,,i large qu intities will recen e pn>mpt attention, Satisfai titrn Guiranh (reel (II iwkins I Mil.) W. A. MATHER. UNDERTAKI R, D ESIRES to inform Ins friends and the Public til..' he ha jusi received a complete outfit ol fai ilities l"i the business of an undertaker, whiah places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may lie entrusted 1 1 Ins care w ilh system and ' %  < spatch ; and respei I fully solicits their patronage 1 ii l !u\ Pi CI s insi and prove llial they are the very lowest for firsl class work. • %  -• > SELL'S 'Jr M I Lit .• %  ' %  1 >R r O BY Fys LLJ&SM */ %  ' %  "> NO T I C E. '"TNI IS is tn inform my Patrons J, and the Public III (lenei a I that I have opened my Public black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Huyler, 453 Hay Street, Last (Wharf; Williams SllOeS Are BETTER STOLEN. 11 CROM 1 A.M. IV, Friday A or Saturday night • 1 1 Hawser and Anchor, also part of another Hawser. LOS1. I ; ROM schooner S. B. Elmwood last night, Wednesday, and, one 10 It. boat—quirked w.N. Suitable Reward H found. \\>\'\y to W. B. NORTH, Market Range.



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Nvillivis IMI.IH -ins jurare in verba niaj>istri. Belni; bound lo swear 10 the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. April IS. 191V No. 124 LEON E, H in PI I II, (II 101 IC : M U:K< P T;;KKI IMAS, %  Uo j i %  PI M i) i) \i i % %  — i y ... |d. id, Weekly ... ... r do* t which he pulled op n and i i]u intity "I liqu I %  et i : from full to empty, which he ed i" i 1 thrown overbo i rd, inorderley seeing that they were thrown ove ioa rd. I M The Motor "Frances E." left for Miami tins morning with the follow ing p is Mi ises Rafael its M irshall, Ethel Colebrooke, Emtnaline Miller,and 1 !, %  : th Dixon ; Mesdames M iri Bethune, and Beatri :e Rah. ming ; Messrs Wi'liam Rolle, Hi irj W ilker, G C irroll, Herbert Dean, John A. Sim John Rahming, M. A. Mc Quaig, iel i' hnson, and Thom is E. Foi In I he Supreme Court, April Session ; Thursday 17 April, The Court resumed its sitting ;it 2 |i Ml. I'hf trial of James \. Collins 1 • I he Court adjourned at 5 p m, F1 iday 18th Vpril. The Court met at 10 35 a. Present : His I lonnui Dai iel Tudor I'.-] K. C. Chief Jus' the Honble F. C WellsK. C. Attorn ral, W. E. S. 1 allendei Esq. The tiid "i James \. (lulling, Wounding with intent lo maim I H • %  %  Die juroi re d mil 1I1 lo-day. [ %  if h Trotman [Inla wfully wounding Willi im %  Mr. J. Stanlev Rae for the Att %  1 ral. Mr, \. Soloman appe r. for the ac 'use I. : William Walton, 1' ', J. |. Culiner, Eliza I B I M mui I J, 1 The following jui v %  I lot hj \. -. 1. 5a I ln Sands, |ames I S Br veman I I ith, Willi.mi s-.i mdeis, Stall ird SU>i\a Cotton Tree." Vnyone can ea lily ee that it is in the glory of youth again, Evi n the dry branches that all ttio ight dea putting "ut lovely foliage. Now—who is the saviour of the tree ? Sir William I ?Vey Wilwn, who. on his own initiative intet viewed Mr. Cl ivel and ring last year, with what good results we < ; in all see. An act of that kind, while not red by the )i king is enough to ad ig glorj to his name. Yours trulv, AN'l [-OBSERVER. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" tpplicatisns will he received until the 31st. May 1 113 at the Co nial S retarj 1 Iffice for the position of a Cadet. C iptain W. B. Hadd •nith, ip, has bei n I I> 1 I'm • -tary and t lerk ol the utive i oiinial. CABLEGR VMS. Apt il 18th 1913 London, 17. Urgent tions have twice been addressed by ; Bi it'sli t to l I M government against the construction of a railway on tlie noith of Cub 1, ac lording to a reply given in the house ol commons this evening to a question ad Iressed to the foreign ol 1. The British ;ov< meat considers such a com ession by the in government asoutol the tion, will continue to support the claims ol the Cuban Central Railway which is owned by a British COOpi ration. \\ r ["he general strike in B rgan today. I he total number of workers who have al,,.,,,] %  : is estimated at 200,000. I ond.>n. 10.—A milk can con. • 11 iiv,; gun powder and sonne ( % %  l with a fuse, was found this afternoon inside the railing surrounding the wall of the Bank of England. Smoke was issuing from the can 1 .1 policeman found it. The attempt on theBank "f Enfl.ii 1 is in somequarteraattributed t, militant suffragettes. London, 16.—Dr. Joa. Hertz of New York was inducted


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Nvillivis imI.Ih-ins jurare in verba niaj>istri.
Belni; bound lo swear 10 the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. April IS. 191V
No. 124
LEON E, H in PI I II,
(II 101
IC : M u:k< P t;;kki
IMAS,
., Uo j i
pi m i) i) \i i

i y ... |d.
id,
Weekly ... ... Hily ... is. 4d
'-I Iv ...... is.
i'rl
,I I V
line
foi
imr i '"Ht inietI
A irp.ni h led us thai
Mi. on, who
lime -i pop un-
der the I
u ho left here a m
Mi imi, Florida : w is on Thui
I isi ioth in-'. hoi and
ki'lcd in that town by a Sheriff
without cause I ion.
Vn I ,
man ol 30 ye II -
It is a pit 11 in' people v\ill
not h arn to kn< iw li
well
Hi rwevi think lhal
. should I taken to find nut
i he i Jims m.n.! : .
.
His Excellem y the < rovi i
visii nl W ii'!
mi VVedn "ii. iii i look-
ing around o i cupboard < >r
do* t which he pulled op n and
i i]u intity "I liqu I
et i
: from full to empty, which he
ed i" i1" thrown overboird,
in- orderley seeing that they were
thrown ove ioa rd. I M
The Motor "Frances E." left for
Miami tins morning with the fol-
low ing p is
Mi ises Rafael its M irshall, Ethel
Colebrooke, Emtnaline Miller,and
1 !, : th Dixon ; Mesdames M ir-
i Bethune, and Beatri :e Rah.
ming ; Messrs Wi'liam Rolle,
Hi irj W ilker, G C irroll,
Herbert Dean, John A. Sim
John Rahming, M. A. Mc Quaig,
iel i' hnson, and Thom is E.
Foi
In I he Supreme Court,
April Session ; .
Thursday 17 April,
The Court resumed its sitting ;it
2 |i Ml.
I'hf trial of James \. Collins
1
I he Court adjourned at 5 p m,
F1 iday 18th Vpril.
The Court met at 10 35 a.
Present : His I lonnui Dai iel
Tudor I'.-] K. C. Chief Jus'
the Honble F. C Wells-
K. C. Attorn ral, W. E. S.
1 allendei Esq.
The tiid "i James \. (lulling,
Wounding with intent lo maim
I H .
Die juroi re
d mil 1I1 lo-day.
[if h Trotman
[Inla wfully wounding Willi im

Mr. J. Stanlev Rae for
the Att 1 ral.
Mr, \. Soloman appe r.
for the ac 'use I.
- : William Walton, 1'
', J. |. Culiner, Eliza I
B I M mui I J, 1 .
The following jui v
. I lot hj \.
-. 1. 5a I ln
Sands, |ames I S Br ve-
man I I ith, Wil-
li.mi s-.i mdeis, Stall ird S B. 1 r ih, \<<>U>i William Sani
Veidi t ol 'in v in '
\ i |||| recom-
I Soli ly on
: dof Provocal
l r Attot Ml 11 oved
fur judgment.
Ii I to '/ months hard
I tur.
The trial of Jos. Trotman pro-
led.
THE COTTON TREE.
Nassaa, N. P.
April 1 mIi, :
Dear Mr. Editor:
I wonder whether "Observer"
will H" generous enough t" notice
the "I >\a Cotton Tree." Vnyone
can ea lily ee that it is in the glory
of youth again, Evi n the dry
branches that all ttio ight dea
putting "ut lovely foliage.
Nowwho is the saviour of the
tree ? Sir William I ?Vey Wilwn,
who. on his own initiative intet
viewed Mr. Cl ivel and
ring
last year, with what good results
we <;in all see. An act of that
kind, while not red by the
)i king is enough to ad
ig glorj to his name.
Yours trulv,
AN'l [-OBSERVER.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
tpplicatisns will he received
until the 31st. May 1 113 at the
Co nial S retarj 1 Iffice for the
position of a Cadet.
C iptain W. B. Hadd - nith,
ip, has bei n I I> 1
I'm -tary and t lerk ol the
utive i oiinial.
CABLEGR VMS.
Apt il 18th 1913
London, 17. Urgent
tions have twice been addressed by
; Bi it'sli t to l
I m government against the
construction of a railway on tlie
noith of Cub 1, ac lording to
a reply given in the house ol com-
mons this evening to a question
ad Iressed to the foreign ol 1.
The British ;ov< meat consi-
ders such a com ession by the
in government asoutol the
tion, will continue to support
the claims ol the Cuban Central
Railway which is owned by a
British COOpi ration.
\\r ["he general strike
in B rgan today. I he total
number of workers who have al-
,,.,,,] : is estimated at
200,000.
I ond.>n. 10.A milk can con.
11 iiv,; gun powder and sonne ( l
with a fuse, was found this after-
noon inside the railing surrounding
the wall of the Bank of England.
Smoke was issuing from the can
1 .1 policeman found it.
The attempt on theBank "f Enf-
l.ii 1 is in somequarteraattributed
t, militant suffragettes.
London, 16.Dr. Joa. Hertz of
New York was inducted


T II E T R IB-UN B
rabbi of the British Empire in the
great synagog le today.
Mexico, 16. Financial condi-
tion-, here are critical. The poli-
tical leaders are working on a dis-
criminatory tariff reform measure
in an attempt t>> force recognition
by the United Mates.
Bath, England, if).Sympathy
era with the suffrag ttes cut the
telegraph and telephone wires at
the entrance to the box tunnel on
the Great We-tcrn Railway near
here this morning. Great incon-
venience was caused to the train
service.
London, if>. A report sent Am-
bassador Brycc, on the results ol .1
recent conversation with President
Wilson, foreshadows, it is under-
stood, a favourable termination of
the controversy between the two
countries over the question of the
Panama Canal tolls.
ROYAL
IMPERIAL
Friday's Special
Program
Tree A Great English Story of the Boer War, taken
JLJJ From the novel by RYDER HAGGARD
IN THREE PARTS
1. A S1S1 ERS SACRIFICE
2. THROUGH '111*. BOER L'NES.
3. JESS -THE AVENGER
The most Marvellous Film ever produo d. See the escape
when the Wagon upsets in the nver. The great^ne
MineBurning Silas Crofts home.
and l WO I 'I HER COMIC REELS
VAUDEVILLE
FLYING RING \CT by LITTLE MISS VIOLET KNOWLES
I HE LITTLE NASSAl WONDER
6d. 9d. IS.
At Nassau's only Theatu.
GRAND FEATURE SHOW
Friday .at 8:15 p.m.
^ 1. Monogram med Cigarette.
Cire.it Detecl it e story.
2. Morning s ng by Von Ros.
3. The Saloon next door. Fine
1 Irama,
4. Beau Brummel in 1 t;rent
comic hit.
5. Dr. (ii riscience.
Beautiful.
6. "I am on thp water Wagon
now" Gre it c >mic Sons 1>\ Von
Rot.
7. Tweedledums Duel. Laugh
producing 1 omedy.
A Programme of Great Value
AX ENTERTAINMENT WILL
E GIVEN IN
S. AGNES' miioi ii. ROOM,
TUESDAY APRIL sand, 4913
IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF
S. AGNES' CHURCH.
Doors open 7:30. Commfeoca at 8
BON NARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April 13, i',.
Lumber &- Shingles
JUST Received per Schooner
"Roberts and Russells" from
Si. James City. > lorids,, n full
assortment of Lumber .-\.\il Shin-
gles:
1 [ x to and i-'. 1' x if and 1
ol 23 ft. lengths and upwards
as a ly.
\\> hat i- 1 ipi nei 1 up 1 > 1 ode ith
e Port in this
ould do well to g< e ua
i in basing ere.
And .me hIso Shippers nl Sisal.
CHAS. J. KELLY 6. BRO.
I ( IR IIIRL.
PLACE YOUR ORDER
QUICK AS WE GET FROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Bream Collar, and
i 0liar and Hames, Tan Colour,
Horse or Pony Rise Web Harneaa.
* all al Store and see Sample Har-
ms'- in 11 '.
P. ice delivered in Nassau 1
and I>oty Paul 30/
Wi 1 m
C. 1 >. I). l\ SAUNDERS.
East Bay St.
\ issau M. P.
ANNA E. RAE.
PR) IPRIETRESS l IF
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
Th,i,n,ns,o. scores.
1
A SIX ROOM DWEL1 ING
1K )USE ith bath km
lached and all oul doot conven.
iencei including a Tank.
Bast Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prison.
Apply i"
lOS, LAIN' ,
Blue Hill St. s iuth
Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
1 II.en Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Mi vi 11 f vi I Irish Laces and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hals, exquisite degigna
Geisha Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes and Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linena,
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STORE
OUR "Royal" Household
Uiand Flour sailing at 2d
pet II). and 30s, per bug of
1 .' lbs,
"(rolden Star Flour 2 lbs for
and "Laurel Brand" Flour" a
I I.
1 1 nnial Floui per I 1
Pigs F< el in Vinegar .it 7 I- pei lb,
Brow h -mil- ir at 1 j I |i"i lb ()m
in town
srllin; nl .ii pi 1 quart,
All our irocei ies ire fresh and
I qnalit; and < heap,
Pure lamaica Rum ai 11 , pei
gallon,
IAMFS L. SAUNDERS A
Nntsau N. P.
13a hnm
April 15th 1913.
lew" Cutlery
a fine *** m 1 men! of:
RAZORS
I'able Knives
i'... ket Knives
I lull hei Knivi -
Bread Knivi
Carving Sets ii
ami
IKS.
[01 -.iK. by
Chas. Albury.
CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
Carpenter and Papti Hauler.
Open R -i.-N ), >,', 10, 11. 12 feet,
aln ays on hand. (Itbei
built to order.
Native Made Oart10, 11, 12 feet,
always on hand. < Irders fur
largi 1 si/, 1 ,,i large qu intities
will recene pn>mpt attention,
.
Satisfai titrn Guiranh
(reel (II iwkins I Mil.)
W. A. MATHER.
UNDERTAKI R,
DESIRES to inform Ins friends
and the Public til..' he ha
jusi received a complete outfit ol
fai ilities l"i the business of an un-
dertaker, whiah places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may lie entrusted 1 1 Ins care w ilh
system and ' < spatch ; and respei I
fully solicits their patronage 1 ii l
!u\ Pi ci s insi and prove llial they
are the very lowest for firsl class
work.
-
> SELL'S
'Jr
M I Lit

.','
1
>R r O BY

Fys llJ&Sm
*/'">
NO T I C E.
'"TNI IS is tn inform my Patrons
J, and the Public III (lenei a I
that I have opened my Public
black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huyler,
453 Hay Street, Last (Wharf;
Williams SllOeS
Are BETTER
STOLEN.
----11
CROM 1 A.M.IV, Friday
A or Saturday night 1 1
Hawser and Anchor, also part of
another Hawser.
LOS1.
I; ROM schooner S. B. Elmwood
last night, Wednesday, and,
one 10 It. boatquirked w.N.
Suitable Reward H found.
\\>\'\y to
W. B. NORTH,
Market Range.


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