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T II E T R1BUN E ttbe XTdbune r— Saturday April 19. I9IV 1 Some of our readers will have noticed that before the I I Lords rejected the Home Rule Bill in February,a very instructive debate' took place. Many Leers who voted against i the Second reading of that Bill admitted that the lm| '&t liament suffers from congestion of business and stands in need of relief therefrom. "United Empire" for March gives three solutions of the problem from tinUnionist stand point as outlined in the debate:— (i) Earl Grey favours tl ting up of a number of separate provincial legislatures and federating them on the Canadian model. Thus the London Parliament would occupy the s line relation to the provincial parliaments as the Ottawa Pai liament does to those of the C tnadian provinces, bail Grey would leave the setting up of a truly Imperial Legislature to a future time. To this we have a reply based on experience : Canada, Australia, and South Africa, have each solved this problem in a different Way, be ause the conditions obtaining in the three dominion-did not allow of a uniform scheme for all. Similarly, the Irish question and the question of setting up provim for the United Kingdom, will be solved on lines differing m many ways from those on which the Dominions a tiled it. At the same tune, the experience gained through federation in each of the Dominions will be invaluable on many point! in dealing with the United Kingdom. (aj Lord Hythe favoured Lord Grey's plan, but also advocated the setting up at once of a Parliament or the Empire. Here we think Earl Cre\ i^ iser than I.oid I |j the. An attempt t through a (ut an.] dried s heme would 1ad to a muddle. It work by slow and steady steps to Impei i.d Federation, following ever the line of the least resistance, Federation will be a natural growth that will not Miffei decay. We shall make %  slowly, and will not have i k bai k from tune to time. I ai 1 Selborne, influenced by Ins South Afrjcan experieni e, favours the plan of unloading much of the duties that congest business at Westminster on to a still higher Parliament, and not devolving any business to new provincial parliaments at all. Hut this would not truly foil the South African plan. While, it i-. true that the pn A meal assemblies of the South African Union have far more limited powers than those" of Canada and Australia, yet those legislative assemblies do exist an." Mr. Adderley presented a peti tion from Jeremiah Rahming for the refund of 1 Hity paid on certain materials imported bj him for construction of certai public works at Andres. I )n motion of Mr. T. Culmei tin | ie1111' ill of certain inhalr. tants of Dumfries settlement, San Salvador, praying for a granl nf money to repair a mad at that place was referred to the have real work to do. VVe should following Select Committee. say that logically Lord Selborne ought to favour a mild scheme of devolution such aLord \^i\nn is anxious to see ti ied. His South African expnrii should lead him in that direc tion. What we wish to point out is Messrs T. Culmei, Dr. S ii, Williams and L. W Young. (In Motion of Mr T. Culmer the petition oi certain inhabitants of Port i low e, and Devils Point settlements San Salvador praying foi a light at I lawks that Unionists have changed Nest, San Sal* id >i wa considerably towards this ques to a Select Comittei ve. tion. They see that Ireland preMr. Gamblin from the I sent, a problem in Government thai calls for s>ilution. • Hadie saw it long ago, and tried to reach a solution. His plan, with modi he itions, still h the field, and we believe that with further modifications to conciliate opp isition, that scheme will prevail. Succeeding generations will come to see that it has been a great advantage to have the mind of a constructive statesman like (dad stone concentrated on a subject like this. HON. HOUSE OF \SSEMBLY Thursday F.vening 17 A| ril t .i v The | louse met according to adjournment. Pri sent : The 1 lotiourable the Speaker d nl. I he II aiourable James I'. Sands presented a message (No 36) Transmitting a Despatch from the Secretary of State re st ruction to reconsider the whole passeng 1 Traffic 'between this financial position of the Electri Colnnvand Florida (overcrowd-j Light and Telephone in New ing 81c.) and documents from Provideni e reported the foil His Excellency which was read ing Bill which was read a first and ordered to be printed. time \i/ The Clerk of the Legislative] A Bill to i msolidate and Council presented a n inamend the Law relating to ing the House that they Lighi • m 1 had passed the following Hill's Energy and Tele Mew without making any amendProvidence. nients therein via: On motion of Mr. Albury the A Ibll for the Protei tion of Bill to consolidate and amend females, the Suppresiou ol Bro-jthe Law ri 'ting to the Enoourthels ; nd the prevention of agement of Manufactories and cruelty to children and for other the building and keeping o! purposes Hotels was read a second I A Bill t<> consolidate and and committed to a commit amend the law relating to ap-jteeof the whole House. The pointment ol Local District and (Deputy Speaker, from the comSpecial Constables and their mittee of the whole reported that duties and powers. mittee appointed to take into consideration I lis Exci lleilCJ the Administrators Message N i %  relative to the Poli e Baud handed in a rep at recommend ing an allowance for the Hand %  ter and nun of the Hand 2S, and 3d lespei lively, a minority m mends is and 2d. respectively -w hich was read and orderedjto be printed. Mr. Brice from the Committee on the petition of Mr. Charles I inn praying for the refund of I Hit |. a.) paid on the imj portation ol a Reed < >rgan for the use ol the church at I lead: man's Cay, I ong Island handed in a repoi t w hii h was read and red to be pi inted. Mr. Mali olm from tinCommittee mi the Hill to consoli and amend the law lilei trie Light and El Energ) on I'elephom .v. in New Providence, with an inliuiiccoi l in: WIIOII: i i-|ioi ICI i in.ii I theCom mittee had gone through the Hill making one amendment therein. A (trdered that a Message be sent to llis Excellency the Governor transmitting four Voti 8 ol In leinnity which had been agreed to by the I louse and com urred in by the 1 lOUourable the Legislative Council respectfully requesting that His Excellency would be pleased to il Ins warrant on the Treasury for thefsumsofhioney therenl i< >m d. Ord I that Messrs Williams, P n ler. Dr. Sweeting and Albury be a Committee to carry the said nifs ( )n \loti in the I louse adjourned. In The Supreme Court Api il Session 1913 Friday 8th April The Jury in the I eph Trotman returned a verdict of "('mil' ol Common Assault." The 1 1 %  %  : was fined ,'_ JO, or in d. fault 4 months imprisonmen! itlfhai I labour. The Court adjourned until Tuesday next al 1 | 1 m. S. S "Segui 1 id from New York for Nassau at 4 p.m. Friday w ith eleven p u and 5600 bam Is 1 ai We have I" en 1 iqw it 1 to announce thai Mr. Carl Armer ding, the Evangelist,* dl prei in the Gospel Hall, D • veil et, to morrow, Su day even%  k. GRAPEFRUIT nown to few n HIguim, H id C • 1il Gen il I 'i< 'erich suggests that *ith the cooperation of an a< tive agent a e,,od business mig il be built up in tins spei ialty. I Ie sends a list of leading AntW< rp Fruit dealers, which mav I"had from the Bureau of Foreign and Domcstii Commerce, "Daily Consnlat and I rade Reports." April 18, i'ii 1 To the Editor 01 the Ti ibune. Sir, I believe that in some of Its Clauses, the "Bill relating to the sale nl Intoxicating Eiquors" is on all fours with the identical clauses in the Act of 1899. Whether or not I ap| rove of the sale of Intoxicating Liquors is begging the question, and, for the purposes of this letter, I neither reprobate nor defend it. Hut I can not refrain from remarking Upon the illogical vot1



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! IN' U I DU \ I ing of t tie 16 members on I d.i\ evening hist, and the logical vj^in;; nf the 5 mernbi How tloi the < ase stand \nd w lint is the crux of tliesituation Let us see In this city I Hstrict there is a "Prohibitive < Irder" in fi What does that mean ? Ii means this : That in the City District "no gener ilor spei ial lit ntt shall be issued." Will t is a S| H Lieense ? I d> not defi i i (ienera I License for that c HI take care <>f itself, but a s|>eci 1 License is in so fai as the spirit ^iii the law "Nei ^tii'-i fish, nor flesh, n< 'i gude red I herring," a one leggi d nan A "Spoial License is", for lesale and retail of all intoxicating liquors truth is that there are some persons in tins community who wish it ; i I lie ': nth is that, between Special audUV i il there is a verbal distinction hut without a difference in effect. The truth is that, it is undignified t" pass an Act win eh absolutely evades the spirit of it. It is inconsistent. It is more, it is a disgi ic i th( God given inti lligence of nil who are party to it. Who are they "King, Lords, and Commons" You shall and you shall not. "Can we not have a better | bill :"Yes "How ? in what, ? Why. by the Amendment of theprovis< > in clause ici by the 1 Innourable, the Legisla live Council thus, after the word "special" in die lust line spirits", and that means, of the proviso, add tin.' words, among other things, "the retail j "or wholesale," and in addition, of wine, cider, ale, beer, or other I amend the Wholesale License • liqu i-." \ "Wholesale Lici e" is for the "sale by i \le" only of all spiii:-, when m bottli n ind .-OI^IVIother conditions, and for the re tail oj wine cider, all • other malt lit/n Now compare the two The Act allooivs die sale by retail ur.dei a Special /./CUM' of Wi Ciders <.tc. and under a Wholesalt License also, of the same. And yet the Act distinctly states as one of its terms. That no general "r "special li< i rise shall he gt mted in any districl where a prohibition order ism for. "|s such ^n ord i in City District "-"Yes %  is." iS,i'\ anything !>'• plainer ? and yet i' 1 ncknowledgedly intelligent men allow the absurd d 1 igii al :la se to remain .-is ot the Bill and so negativing I il i pinion ( an any sensible person IV I %  i men have continued an ignoranl c au '• as follows: • Wholesale Li ense shall an A l.e 'ii-' lor the sale of all nit ixicating liquors when in bottles as originally imported which may not be drunk upon th" pre mi Such amendments will protect the hold< i of a General Li %  "1 lonourable Members of the Legisl live Council 1 ; do that : and wipe out the disgrace that theG immons have imposed on their intelligence. • them from themselves. Yours UNBIASSED. THE o >TTON TREI made by their pred cessors ; a bl vhicll is in utter vio latii >n of the spirit of the law, and hugging the lettei %  ()h say they, "the pi oviso in clause xi ol the Vt 18 g g says nothing about the Wholesale 1 ,ic sense %  '" "And the retail of wilK'. ale, e!i ,is under the whole Nassau N P., \ ril loth, I 11 ;. ir "Tribuni 1 tear Sii: W Idle |uite a in vith all that "Anti-( >D!er\. i" says, and hi>e the highest %  for i iur late iovei n< r, in c unmon Justice 1 ram; it him to give our 'glory' in blundei ,,,,. W av lie has t iken. sale license.' "Oil foolish GaltftianS, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth ? "What is the truth in this" ? The truth is that, a prohibitive ordei against the retail ol i ex tain intoxicants is in force, it has not been revoked. The Ann I II is misinformed, the man to whom we owe the preservation of the Cotton Tr< e is not Sn William < JieyWilsoii, but a fai humbler person, H C. Christie, our poet. It was he w ho interviewed Mr. Clavell, andafterwaid wrote an appealing letter toSir William who, ot course, at once acted on Mr. Christie's suggestion. We have cruise to be thankful as we gazeoil the renewed youth of the oldest inhabitant this spring. Apologizing for this, I am. BUTTER IN' Mr. Editor: If 1 am not too pr>tmis nous allow me to ask how many c r tificnted [druggists are there in \ is iu. duly authorised to sell medicines ? for t guard of the public would it a >t be the proper thing to require that all DrugStoresbe equipped with proficient Druggists. Such a matter. Mr. Editor, should be igly upheld by the Governme it ; il progressing we should see I there is progress on every side. A roster is kept in the %  %  %  ral I >!nj Stores for the registei f names ol pers< >ns who purchase poisonous drugs, but sup P the Clerks m ide a mist and ga\ e Laud inu n for Pi ic ho would be blameal l< i %  • %  it lem in in this town suffering from a cold l .tain Drug Store to h.i-e a bottle of P iregoric the wife was to a Iminis tei the in. •, when the smell id her tO SUS| ei i that it was Laudanum and not Paregoric, just fancy what might have been the result: if it was not for the keen sense of smell a lamib would have been deprived of its head ; what redn-Ss would have' satisfied them? None, none of any kind would have been sufficient. 1 think sir, that our government should prepare an examination formula without delay, and a B >ard "I I > toi be appointed who should grant certifintes to comm men only. Then, the authorized Druggist should I lits license exhibited where the public maj be able to see that he ian a re hied I ispenser, I im, sir, yours truly, EDDY STONE LIGHT. \\ ENTERTAINMENT WILL UK GIVEN IN \ AGNES' St, HOOL ROOM, ril'.sDW APRIL land.li l\ All) OF THE FUNDS Of >. AGNES' CHURCH. Door* open 7:30. Co nmence at 8 CABLEGRAMS. April i')' 1 1913. I Ion, 17. —A suffragette plot to burn die offices ol die Mandaid newspaper has been revealed to Scotland Yard. The police have taken stringent preventive measures. day w-ith'i 1 r, Th*i npr men' 111 ihe hi mch 1 lies." Brussels, 17.—Hi I '• is n iw stationary. In s ime pla work li is been resi 1 this 1 • about evenly baUnce I bj .1 Iditions ii) the sii iken Force Wish ngton, 17. — The disputed question ol free p l ie %  a 11 irn 1 Canal for Vmerican coast-* w ise shi|is probably will b up Tues 1ly in the Sen London, 17. I be Imbass > I "' al eonfetenc • w is in pr< longed si lion tod iv. It is 11. th.it it was a I 1 Montenegro .1 loan ol : by the six p iweis as a olulion foi the loss ol Scut iri, I.oiul.u, 17. —Suffragette I ich boards a b rti 1 militant meeting at Islington ilta 1 >od iv u\ othei worn n who. seised the board* and beiffragettes with them. I he • tes were being badly mauled when the police arrived in es rted the women to a place of safety. Sj. J ihns, X F. 17.—The colonial legist iture w is prorogued tod >y 111 • 1 1 \ '.veeks se ision in which the entire government program was cai ried out. Import ml among the legislative acts was that by which New Found land form illy offeied to j -in in the n ival d 1 of the Biiti-'i Empire. Kor this offer Govenoi Davidson, in the closing speech tojday annoui ed the thanks of the Impeial C ibmet, and inim ite I th it ihe British \i\ ni ..hv is now c m %  i 1 ins how the in b an u t i 11 / I is Palm .-. 17. Jos B ding to his announcement, will stait on his transAtlantic llight to the West Iqflies in th 1 ,iu IJ, t> illoon MI h ud to morrow morning. Rome. 17.— A bulletin issued lonight regarding the popes ilffoMS reads "lbs Holiness passed R good -DOGS Hf.AD." Guinea's Stoal end l$.\ •• %  •'%  Ale. Botllsd bv Messrs R.:AI) BROTHERS Liinlted. Kcnllnh Town. London. Very highly recommended by the Medical Profession in O.II pe.ri ol the world o.s ei Tonic o.nd lnvloro.tor alter fevers. Il is ,\lso specially recommended to Nursing .Mothers, etc. Sole Agent: Harold E. M. Johnsjn Chee.pside. A race is no batter than its woman i



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* F i ii K 'i RIBUN i: ill is evening to i lie I Innourable I lie Legislative Council and desire their concurrence thereon. On Motion of \h. Gamblin the petition of certain inhabitants of Farmers Cay praying for a Irani of money for the Artesian Wells was referred to the following ^elect Committee, Messrs. Gamblin, E, V. Solomon and Cuny. The House adjourned until Thursday evening. STOLEN. F ROM Schooner A.M.B., Friday or S itnrday night — i new Hawser and Anchor, also part of Another Hawser. LOST. 17 ROM Khouner S. H. Kim wood *• last night, Wednesday, and, one 10 ft. boat—ma iked W.N. Suitable Reward if found. %  \pplv to W. B. NORTH, Market Rdiige. £40 A MONTH 3 Be Your Own Boss If you are imaltlin It-Hi 11 han £ 10 m Iweek you Iniioillfl writ* I us t*x.lsy Wn Iran h**lp you I tn wraith and J indriN %¡ iirnce y our plan. You can work wbrn you pirrwp, where on pkaise. always ave ini.ji.-v MI.I roeitiui of maklnif barn-la more of ft. How won D yen; IIKK ut mart out from home on a comhlnorl bus I tin** and pleasure trip, ma*' at the Ufi hotels, and live like a lord and rlmo up £2 every day? Wnrk at amu.temenl nlafea.rrmdl stnvi corn ITS. man ifm turuis litstlttitlnns, anywhere and everywhere, ten minutes aalk from home or on the other aide of the globe. Juat art a mar Mm* tip any place you happen to select, and elean up £2 almve <(i--rutiiiic • x(H>i" WONDEKFTL NFW CONIBINAri.^s* CAMERA, with whlrh yoti r.m take and lusiamaneously dcvel.m six entirely different stylea iA Diet urea lnrlmflng Hnt'oii*. Post < art iwu mmiiL FUSSEtp M I L# % % % %  : • .... %  %  ''PARED BY *| .„ FUSSELL8r9;>* Lumber 6Shingles ^ J UST Received per Schooner "Roberta e.nd RusselU" from St. James City. Florida., a full asiorimenl of Lumber and Shinglee: 1$ x 10 and 12, 1} x 10 and 12 of 23 ft. lengtha and upwards a*. .1 ipeeia liy. We have opened up a trade with the above Port in lhi commodity. Buyers would do well in sec 111 before purchasing elsewhere. And are also Shippers ol Siasl. CHAS. J. KELLY 6. BRO. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL SIORE O UR "Royal" Household Biand Floui selling at ad pence per lb. and 30s. per DfUj of 196 lb*. "Golden *siar Fl-ur 2 lbs for 3jd. and "Laurel Brand" Hour" 2 ll>s for 3 Jd. Centennial Hour per bag 28s. Pigs Feet in Vinegar .11 7d. per lb, Prown Sugar at 2jd per lb. Oui rice white and clean, bei in town selling at Ad. i"'r quart. All our Groceries nre fresh and good qua lily and cheap, Pure Jamaica Rum at |l s, p|| gallon, I VMI'S L. 5AUNDE RS & Co. Nassau X. P. Bahamas, April 15th 1913. FOR f ALE \ CONN (-ORNI. I in Perfect Condition—A Splendid Instrument. \V. A. SWF. ANY. Cutlery Sheffield a fine assortment of: RAZORS Table Knives Packet Knives Butt hei Knives Bread Knives Can mt: Sets in Cases, and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E Albury. PLACE YOUR ORDER QUICK \S WE GET IWOM FACTORY. S INGLE Breast Collar, and \ 1 ilia 1 and I lames, I an Colour, Horse or Pony size Web I larness. Call at Store and see Sample Hornets in >' P. ice delivered in Nassau Freight anil Dal) Paid 30/Will need 30 Java tn deliver. C. O. 1). C. C.SAUNDERS. Bast Pay St. Nassau N. P. FOU HIRE. A six ROOM DWELLING I K il SE n ith bath room at tdclird and all out door Convert. iences including R Tank. Past Street, South, upposita Nassau Prisos, Apply to JOS. LAING Blue HillSt, South CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN Carpenter and Papei Hanger. Open BoafS—9, ( an on. dertaker, which places him in N ptisiiion to carry nut Funerals that may be entrusted In Ins care \\ nil system nhd despatch ; and respect 1 fully solicits their patronage Gst mv Prices lirsl nnd prove thai they are the very lowest for first cl as work. wiinams Shoes Are BETTER



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CD 3 a* >—• CD (D %  1 - 0) o NVIIIIVIS tt.l.li, ins furnre in verbs IIMIMMH. Being bound to ser to the Dogmas of no Muster. VOL. X. NASSAU. N. P.. HAII ,,n,ss, Sntuitay. April 19. 1913. No. 125 I i M HI I l I II. %  ". II| r % %  .,, I' 0,'Klt %  •< n -I UtKK P I'KKKI \. i i u N '' %  < %  %  • • '• IM lU.ISIIkl) ii HL1 M ii lav, VeilnesiiHy anil Fiiilav — %  illBjItCop* ... ... Jil. Inesdav. I'hn.silav anil ftaturriay— 4injr| rnjiv ... ... id. •Veeklv ... ... 4 }d ^loilt III v ... .. is. 4.I D laiterlv 4 . Half Yearlv ... 8*. Veanv ... ... lf PAY ABLR IN A OV A VCR. Advertising. KaliSix pence pet line foi ftrsl insertion : llnee pence pel line 'or secinil insertion; anil one penny per line for subsequent inMTtiotM Ailveitiscincnts nii'lei eight lines s. IK IN HOUSE 01 ASSEMBLY. 'I ueMldV Evening 15th April 1913. The HOUM mei according to adjournment. PRESENT. The Honourable The Speaker et I'lic I 1 <> 11 i.11 %  J. P, Sands piesented, Messages No, 34, I'rnnsmitting Rep ia;e suggesting amendments to Pension Acl 1913, which were read and ordered U> bf pi inted. The Clerk of the Legislative Council presented H Message informing ilie llmisiihal 11n\ had %  greed to Ilie several Votes ol hi. deniiuty which accompanied tli* Messages of the House • •! the 1 nh, 7th. ami 31st. respectively, 1 Vote loi £1 j JS, oil. in Mr. llnee, 2 Vole fur £ 150 repaiiing Government l louse, i Vote f'ir £\2o Nassau Prison ftc. Ac. 4 Vote f<>r £"520 Excess of expi-i diture on iteiui 480, 4^1, .|8{, 490, and fur provision made lor statutory Am Act, 1912. Mr. I. Culmer presented a petition from certain inhabitant* of Port Howe and Devils Point Set dements, San Salvador, praying that provision he made for a light at Hawks Nest, San Salvador which WM icad and ordered to he pi inti d, ()n motion id I 'i. In'iiMI 1 he (|u-sti'.ii ol ink ifgj iiitn coiisideitl. :i >n 1 he desirability of insert ing an It. in in 1 lie Approp iai ioi Hill for %  m 'ret 1 mi a portion of I he market h.iif an I extending and improv. ing ih" shed thereon was ieferieil to a Select Committee to report by hill or otherwise. MISSIS Dr. Johnson, Albury and Weech he a Committee according ly. Mr. I-'.. V. Solomon from the Committee on the petition nf I leh-n 1 Aianha widow of John M. Aranha Esq., hue Co ssioner .ii Long Cay, deceased praying 1h.1t her case he taken into consideration as she an I her two children had been left without support handed in a report recomuien Iiii'.' a gratitudes of £bo which was read and ordered I %  be printed. Dr. Sweetirg fmm the Commit* tee on the question of the desirabl bty of inserting an Item in the Appropriation Mill for supplying and placing beii'lies on Rawson Squire, 'he Western Esplanade, and 11 if sea shores on the Noitlt of the Eastern Parade handed in a report (recommending £80) which was read and ordered to beprinied Ordeied that ilie Resolutions rep irted from the Committee of ihe Whole House on Items 1 to 63 inclusive of the Esti nates Pet it ions .ind Accounts he lead which bjing done 1 hey were agreed to, Ii was moved by Mr, Malcolm th it the Mill to consolidate and amend the law relating to Electric light and Electric Energy and Telephones in New Providence he rend 1 s-cond time Upon which it was moved as an amendment by |)> |ohnS'>n ih it tinbill berefeircil hail; to ihe said Sekct Comnotice with an instruction to reconsider the whole financial position of the Electric light and To lephone Systems. The ques'ion being put it passed In the affirmative. Resolved then fore that the said Committee be so instructed accordingly. On motion of Mr. Cole the Bill to consolidate and amend the law relating to the Sale of Fn'nxicating Liquors was read a third time when the following amendments weie moved thereto. By Mr. Cole. In Section 4, |t) (c) line 4, strike "111 ihe words "b) %  < la it" and after ihe words "in quarts" insert the words "in sealed bottles contain ing not less than a reputed pint which must not he drunk on the premises. Upon which it WrfSOlOVed as an amendment by Mr. Wcech that the said clause be not so amended and the question heing put thereon. I he House divided. Yeas.—Messrs A. K, Solomon, Curry, Brice, Moseley, E. V. Solomon. Dr. Sweeting, Adderley, Mown, Anderson, Williams Dr. Culmer, Malcolm, Weech. Di. Johnson Gamblin and Sands 16. Nays.—Messrs Albury, Cole, T. Culmer, W. C. B. Johnson, and J. W. Culmer 5. It passed in ibe affirmative, Resolved therefore that the said cl 1 iSS be not so amended. By Mr. Malcolm. Strike out clause 13, and the question being put thereon. It passed m the affirmative. Resolved therefore that Clause 13 o' ihe Mill be struck out. My Mr. A. K. Solomon Strike out the following words 111 Section 30, lines 4 and 5, "or I hat on oilier grounds he is not liable under this Act." — And the question being put thereon it passed in the affirmative. Rei Ivi-1 therefore that in Section 30 lines 4 and 5 the following) wmild be struck out "or that on other grounds he is not liable undsr this Act." — My Mr. \. K. Solomon. m In the first Schedule strike out the words and figures "No 2 Dis-* trict £"50 "and insert in lieu therefore No. 2 District £ifj," and the question being put thereon it passed in ihe affirmative, Resolved therefore that in the Eirsi Schedule the words and figures "No, 2 District £25 be inserted in lieu theieof. On motion of Mr. Cole, Resolved that the Mill as amended do pass and that the title thereof be declared to be An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors. Ordered that the Chief Clerk do carry the Bill passed the House (Continued on fourth page.) k 1


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IK IN HOUSE 01 ASSEMBLY.
'I ueMldV Evening
15th April 1913.
The Houm mei according to ad-
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PRESENT.
The Honourable The Speaker et
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ed, Messages No, 34, I'rnnsmitting
Rep ers lnr the yeai 191 1, and 35 Trail*,
milting Circulai Despatch dated
15th March 1913 from Secretarj of
>ia;e suggesting amendments to
Pension Acl 1913, which were read
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The Clerk of the Legislative
Council presented h Message infor-
ming ilie llmisi- ihal 11n\ had
greed to Ilie several Votes ol hi.
deniiuty which accompanied tli*
Messages of the House ! the 1 nh,
7th. ami 31st. respectively,
1 Vote loi 1 j JS, oil. in Mr.
llnee,
2 Vole fur 150 repaiiing Gov-
ernment l louse,
i Vote f'ir \2o Nassau Prison
ftc. Ac.
4 Vote f<>r "520 Excess of ex-
pi-i diture on iteiui 480, 4^1, .|8{,
490, and fur provision made lor
statutory Am Act, 1912.
. Mr. I. Culmer presented a peti-
tion from certain inhabitant* of
Port Howe and Devils Point Set
dements, San Salvador, praying
that provision he made for a light
at Hawks Nest, San Salvador
which WM icad and ordered to he
pi inti d,
()n motion id I 'i. In'ii- mi 1 he
(|u-sti'.ii ol ink ifgj iiitn coiisideitl.
:i >n 1 he desirability of insert ing an
It. in in 1 lie Approp iai ioi Hill for
m 'ret 1 mi a portion of I he market
* h.iif an I extending and improv.
ing ih" shed thereon was ieferieil
to a Select Committee to report
by hill or otherwise.
Missis Dr. Johnson, Albury and
Weech he a Committee according
ly.
Mr. I-'.. V. Solomon from the
Committee on the petition nf
I leh-n 1 Aianha widow of John M.
Aranha Esq., hue Co.......ssioner
.ii Long Cay, deceased praying
1h.1t her case he taken into consid-
eration as she an I her two child-
ren had been left without support
handed in a report recomuien I-
iii'.' a gratitudes of bo which was
read and ordered I be printed.
Dr. Sweetirg fmm the Commit*
tee on the question of the desirabl
bty of inserting an Item in the
Appropriation Mill for supplying
and placing beii'lies on Rawson
Squire, 'he Western Esplanade,
and 11 if sea shores on the Noitlt of
the Eastern Parade handed in a
report (recommending 80) which
was read and ordered to beprinied
Ordeied that ilie Resolutions
rep irted from the Committee of
ihe Whole House on Items 1 to 63
inclusive of the Esti nates Pet it ions
.ind Accounts he lead which bjing
done 1 hey were agreed to,
Ii was moved by Mr, Malcolm
th it the Mill to consolidate and
amend the law relating to Electric
light and Electric Energy and
Telephones in New Providence he
rend 1 s-cond time Upon which
it was moved as an amendment by
|)> |ohnS'>n ih it tin- bill berefeir-
cil hail; to ihe said Sekct Com-
notice with an instruction to re-
consider the whole financial posi-
tion of the Electric light and To
lephone Systems. The ques'ion
being put it passed In the affirma-
tive.
Resolved then fore that the said
Committee be so instructed accord-
ingly.
On motion of Mr. Cole the Bill
to consolidate and amend the law
relating to the Sale of Fn'nxicating
Liquors was read a third time
when the following amendments
weie moved thereto.
By Mr. Cole.
In Section 4, |t) (c) line 4, strike
"111 ihe words "b) < la it" and after
ihe words "in quarts" insert the
words "in sealed bottles contain
ing not less than a reputed pint
which must not he drunk on the
premises. Upon which it WrfSOlOV-
ed as an amendment by Mr. Wcech
that the said clause be not so
amended and the question heing
put thereon.
I he House divided.
Yeas.Messrs A. K, Solomon,
Curry, Brice, Moseley, E. V. Solo-
mon. Dr. Sweeting, Adderley, Mo-
wn, Anderson, Williams Dr. Cul-
mer, Malcolm, Weech. Di. Johnson
Gamblin and Sands 16.
Nays.Messrs Albury, Cole, T.
Culmer, W. C. B. Johnson, and J.
W. Culmer 5.
It passed in ibe affirmative,
Resolved therefore that the said
cl 1 iSS be not so amended.
By Mr. Malcolm.
Strike out clause 13, and the
question being put thereon. It
passed m the affirmative.
Resolved therefore that Clause
13 o' ihe Mill be struck out.
My Mr. A. K. Solomon
Strike out the following words
111 Section 30, lines 4 and 5, "or
I hat on oilier grounds he is not
liable under this Act."
And the question being put
thereon it passed in the affirma-
tive.
Rei Ivi-1 therefore that in Sec-
tion 30 lines 4 and 5 the following)
wmild be struck out "or that on
other grounds he is not liable un-
dsr this Act."
My Mr. \. K. Solomon. m
In the first Schedule strike out
the words and figures "No 2 Dis-*
trict "50 "and insert in lieu there-
fore No. 2 District ifj," and the
question being put thereon it pass-
ed in ihe affirmative,
Resolved therefore that in the
Eirsi Schedule the words and fig-
ures "No, 2 District 25 be insert-
ed in lieu theieof.
On motion of Mr. Cole, Resolv-
ed that the Mill as amended do pass
and that the title thereof be de-
clared to be An Act to consolidate
and amend the law relating to the
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors.
Ordered that the Chief Clerk do
carry the Bill passed the House
(Continued on fourth page.)
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T II E T R1BUN E
ttbe XTdbune
r
Saturday April 19. I9IV
1
Some of our readers will have
noticed that before the I I
Lords rejected the Home Rule
Bill in February,a very instruc-
tive debate' took place.
Many Leers who voted against i
the Second reading of that Bill
admitted that the lm| '&t
liament suffers from congestion
of business and stands in need
of relief therefrom. "United
Empire" for March gives three
solutions of the problem from
tin- Unionist stand point as out-
lined in the debate:
(i) Earl Grey favours tl
ting up of a number of separate
provincial legislatures and
federating them on the Cana-
dian model. Thus the London
Parliament would occupy the
s line relation to the provincial
parliaments as the Ottawa Pai
liament does to those of the
C tnadian provinces, bail Grey
would leave the setting up of a
truly Imperial Legislature to a
future time. To this we have a
reply based on experience : Can-
ada, Australia, and South Afri-
ca, have each solved this prob-
lem in a different Way, be ause
the conditions obtaining in the
three dominion-- did not allow
of a uniform scheme for all.
Similarly, the Irish question and
the question of setting up pro-
vim for the Unit-
ed Kingdom, will be solved on
lines differing m many ways
from those on which the Domin-
ions a tiled it. At the same tune,
the experience gained through
federation in each of the Do-
minions will be invaluable on
many point! in dealing with the
United Kingdom.
(aj Lord Hythe favoured Lord
Grey's plan, but also advocated
the setting up at once of a Par-
liament or the Empire. Here we
think Earl Cre\ i^ iser than
I.oid I |j the. An attempt t
through a (ut an.] dried s heme
would 1- ad to a muddle. It
work by slow and steady steps
to Impei i.d Federation, follow-
ing ever the line of the least re-
sistance, Federation will be a
natural growth that will not
Miffei decay. We shall make
slowly, and will not have
i k bai k from tune to time.
I ai 1 Selborne, influenced
by Ins South Afrjcan experieni e,
favours the plan of unloading
much of the duties that congest
business at Westminster on to a
still higher Parliament, and not
devolving any business to new
provincial parliaments at all.
Hut this would not truly foil
the South African plan. While,
it i-. true that the pn a meal as-
semblies of the South African
Union have far more limited
powers than those" of Canada
and Australia, yet those legisla-
tive assemblies do exist an."
Mr. Adderley presented a peti
tion from Jeremiah Rahming
for the refund of 1 Hity paid on
certain materials imported bj
him for construction of certai
public works at Andres.
I )n motion of Mr. T. Culmei
tin | ie1111' ill of certain inhalr.
tants of Dumfries settlement,
San Salvador, praying for a
granl nf money to repair a mad
at that place was referred to the
have real work to do. VVe should following Select Committee.
say that logically Lord Selborne
ought to favour a mild scheme
of devolution such a- Lord \^i\n-
n is anxious to see ti ied.
His South African expnrii
should lead him in that direc
tion.
What we wish to point out is
Messrs T. Culmei, Dr. S
ii, Williams and L.
W Young.
(In Motion of Mr T. Culmer
the petition oi certain inhabi-
tants of Port i low e, and Devils
Point settlements San Salvador
praying foi a light at I lawks
that Unionists have changed Nest, San Sal* id >i wa
considerably towards this ques to a Select Comittei ve.
tion. They see that Ireland pre- Mr. Gamblin from the I
sent, a problem in Government
thai calls for s>ilution. Had-
ie saw it long ago, and tried
to reach a solution. His plan,
with modi he itions, still h
the field, and we believe that
with further modifications to
conciliate opp isition, that
scheme will prevail. Succeeding
generations will come to see
that it has been a great advan-
tage to have the mind of a con-
structive statesman like (dad
stone concentrated on a subject
like this.
HON. HOUSE OF \SSEMBLY
Thursday F.vening
17 A| ril t .i v
The | louse met according to
adjournment.
Pri sent : The 1 lotiourable the
Speaker d nl.
I he II aiourable James I'.
Sands presented a message (No
36) Transmitting a Despatch
from the Secretary of State re st ruction to reconsider the whole
passeng 1 Traffic 'between this financial position of the Electri
Colnnvand Florida (overcrowd-j Light and Telephone in New
ing 81c.) and documents from Provideni e reported the foil
His Excellency which was read ing Bill which was read a first
and ordered to be printed. time \i/
The Clerk of the Legislative] A Bill to i msolidate and
Council presented a n in- amend the Law relating to
ing the House that they Lighi m'1 '
had passed the following Hill's Energy and Tele Mew
without making any amend- Providence.
nients therein via: On motion of Mr. Albury the
A Ibll for the Protei tion of Bill to consolidate and amend
females, the Suppresiou ol Bro-jthe Law ri 'ting to the Enoour-
thels ; nd the prevention of agement of Manufactories and
cruelty to children and for other the building and keeping o!
purposes Hotels was read a second I
A Bill t<> consolidate and and committed to a commit
amend the law relating to ap-jteeof the whole House. The
pointment ol Local District and (Deputy Speaker, from the com-
Special Constables and their mittee of the whole reported that
duties and powers.
mittee appointed to take into
consideration I lis Exci lleilCJ
the Administrators Message N i
_. relative to the Poli e Baud
handed in a rep at recommend
ing an allowance for the Hand
ter and nun of the Hand 2S,
and 3d lespei lively, a minority
m mends is and 2d.
respectively -w hich was read
and orderedjto be printed.
Mr. Brice from the Committee
on the petition of Mr. Charles
I inn praying for the refund of
I Hit |. a.) paid on the im- j
portation ol a Reed < >rgan for
the use ol the church at I lead- :
man's Cay, I ong Island handed
in a repoi t w hii h was read and
red to be pi inted.
Mr. Mali olm from tin- Com-
mittee mi the Hill to consoli
and amend the law
lilei trie Light and El
Energ) on I'elephom .v. in
New Providence, with an in-
liuiiccoi l in: wiioii: i i-|ioi ici i in.ii
I theCommittee had gone through
the Hill making one amendment
therein. a
(trdered that a Message be
sent to llis Excellency the
Governor transmitting four
Voti 8 ol In leinnity which had
been agreed to by the I louse
and com urred in by the 1 lOU-
ourable the Legislative Council
respectfully requesting that His
Excellency would be pleased to
il Ins warrant on the Treas-
ury for thefsumsofhioney there-
nl i< >m d.
Ord I that Messrs Williams,
P n ler. Dr. Sweeting and Albury
be a Committee to carry the
said nifs
( )n \loti in the I louse adjourn-
ed.
In The Supreme Court
Api il Session 1913
Friday 8th April
The Jury in the I eph
Trotman returned a verdict of
"('mil' ol Common Assault."
The 1 1 " : was fined ,'_ jo,
or in d. fault 4 months imprison-
men! itlfhai I labour.
The Court adjourned until
Tuesday next al 1 | 1 m.
S. S "Segui 1 id from
New York for Nassau at 4 p.m.
Friday w ith eleven p u
and 5600 bam Is 1 ai
We have I" en 1 iqw it 1 to
announce thai Mr. Carl Armer
ding, the Evangelist,* dl prei
in the Gospel Hall, D veil
et, to morrow, Su day even-
k.
GRAPEFRUIT
nown to few n H- I-
guim, h id C 1- il Gen il I 'i< '-
erich suggests that *ith the co-
operation of an a< tive agent a
e,,od business mig il be built
up in tins spei ialty. I Ie
sends a list of leading AntW< rp
Fruit dealers, which mav I"- had
from the Bureau of Foreign and
Domcstii Commerce, "Daily
Consnlat and I rade Reports."
April 18, i'ii 1
To the Editor 01 the Ti ibune.
Sir,
I believe that in some of
Its Clauses, the "Bill relating to
the sale nl Intoxicating Eiquors"
is on all fours with the identi-
cal clauses in the Act of 1899.
Whether or not I ap| rove of
the sale of Intoxicating Liquors
is begging the question, and,
for the purposes of this letter,
I neither reprobate nor defend it.
Hut I can not refrain from re-
marking Upon the illogical vot-
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U I DU \ I
ing of t tie 16 members on I
d.i\ evening hist, and the logic-
al vj^in;; nf the 5 mernbi
How tloi the< ase stand \nd
w lint is the crux of tliesituation
Let us see
In this city I Hstrict there is a
"Prohibitive < Irder" in fi
What does that mean ? Ii means
this : That in the City District
"no gener ilor spei ial lit nttshall
be issued." Will t is a S| H
Lieense ? I d> not defi i i
(ienera I License for that c hi take
care <>f itself, but a s|>eci 1
License is in so fai as the spirit !
^iii the law "Nei
^tii'-i fish, nor flesh, n< 'i gude red
I herring," a one leggi d nan
A "Spoial License is", for
. lesale and retail
of all intoxicating liquors
truth is that there are some per-
sons in tins community who
wish it ; i I lie ': nth is
that, between Special audUV
i il there is a verbal distinction
hut without a difference in ef-
fect. The truth is that, it is
undignified t" pass an Act win eh
absolutely evades the spirit of
it. It is inconsistent. It is more,
it is a disgi ic i th( God given
inti lligence of nil who are party
to it. Who are they "King,
Lords, and Commons" You
shall and you shall not.
"Can we not have a better |
bill :- "Yes "How ? in what,
? Why. by the Amend-
ment of the- provis< > in clause ici
by the 1 Innourable, the Legisla
live Council thus, after the
word "special" in die lust line
spirits", and that means, of the proviso, add tin.' words,
among other things, "the retail j "or wholesale," and in addition,
of wine, cider, ale, beer, or other I amend the Wholesale License
liqu i-."
\ "Wholesale Lici e" is for
the "sale by i \le" only of all
spiii:-, when m bottli n
ind .-oi^iVi-
other conditions, and for the re
tail oj wine cider, all other
malt lit/n
Now compare the two The
Act allooivs die sale by retail
ur.dei a Special /./cum' of Wi
Ciders <.tc. and under a Whole-
salt License also, of the same.
And yet the Act distinctly states
as one of its terms. That no
general "r "special li< i rise
shall he gt mted in any districl
where a prohibition order ism
for. "|s such ^n ord i in
City District "-"Yes
is."
iS,i'\ anything !>' plainer ? and
yet i'1 ncknowledgedly intelli-
gent men allow the absurd d
1 igii al :la se to remain .-is
ot the Bill and so negativing
I il i pinion !
('an any sensible person IV I
i men have con-
tinued an ignoranl
c au ' as follows:
Wholesale Li ense shall
an A l.e 'ii-' lor the sale of
all nit ixicating liquors when in
bottles as originally imported
which may not be drunk upon
th" pre mi
Such amendments will protect
the hold< i of a General Li
"1 lonourable Members of the
Legisl live Council 1 ;
do that : and wipe out the
disgrace that theG immons have
imposed on their intelligence.
them from themselves.
Yours
UNBIASSED.
the o >tton trei .
made by their pred cessors ;
a bl vhicll is in utter vio
latii >n of the spirit of the law,
and hugging the lettei
()h say they, "the pi oviso
in clause xi ol the Vt 18 g g says
nothing about the Wholesale
1 ,icsense '" "And the retail of
wilK'. ale, e!i ,is under the whole
Nassau N P.,
\ ril loth, I 11 ;.
ir "Tribuni
1 tear Sii: W Idle |uite a
in vith all that "Anti-( >D!er-
\. i" says, and hi>e the highest
for i iur late iovei n< r, in
c unmon Justice 1 ram; it
him to give our 'glory' in
blundei ,,,,. Wav lie has t iken.
sale license.'
"Oil
foolish
GaltftianS, who hath bewitched
you, that ye should not obey the
truth ? "What is the truth in
this" ? The truth is that, a pro-
hibitive ordei against the retail
ol i ex tain intoxicants is in force,
it has not been revoked. The
Ann I II is misinform-
ed, the man to whom we owe
the preservation of the Cotton
Tr< e is not Sn William < Jiey-
Wilsoii, but a fai humbler per-
son, H C. Christie, our poet. It
was he w ho interviewed Mr.
Clavell, andafterwaid wrote an
appealing letter toSir William
who, ot course, at once acted on
Mr. Christie's suggestion.
We have cruise to be thankful
as we gazeoil the renewed youth
of the oldest inhabitant this
spring. Apologizing for this, I
am.
BUTTER IN'
Mr. Editor:
If 1 am not too pr>tmis nous
allow me to ask how many c r
tificnted [druggists are there in
\ is iu. duly authorised to sell
medicines ? for t guard of
the public would it a >t be the
proper thing to require that all
DrugStoresbe equipped with
proficient Druggists. Such a
matter. Mr. Editor, should be
igly upheld by the Govern-
me it ; il
progressing we should see I
there is progress on every side.
A roster is kept in the - ral
I >!nj Stores for the registei
f names ol pers< >ns who pur-
chase poisonous drugs, but sup
p the Clerks m ide a mist
and ga\ e Laud inu n for Pi
ic ho would be blameal l<
i it lem in in
this town suffering from a cold
l .tain Drug Store to
h.i-e a bottle of P iregoric
the wife was to a Iminis
tei the in. , when the smell
id her tO SUS| ei i that it
was Laudanum and not Pare-
goric, just fancy what might
have been the result: if it was
not for the keen sense of smell
a lamib would have been de-
prived of its head ; what redn-Ss
would have' satisfied them?
None, none of any kind would
have been sufficient. 1 think sir,
that our government should pre-
pare an examination formula
without delay, and a B >ard "I
I > toi be appointed who
should grant certifintes to com-
m men only. Then, the au-
thorized Druggist should I
lits license exhibited where the
public maj be able to see that
he i- an a re hied I ispenser,
I im, sir, yours truly,
EDDY STONE LIGHT.
\\ ENTERTAINMENT WILL
UK GIVEN IN
\ AGNES' St, HOOL ROOM,
ril'.sDW APRIL land.li
l\ All) OF THE FUNDS Of
>. AGNES' CHURCH.
Door* open 7:30. Co nmence at 8
CABLEGRAMS.
April i')'1' 1913.
I Ion, 17. A suffragette plot
to burn die offices ol die Mandaid
newspaper has been revealed to
Scotland Yard. The police have
taken stringent preventive mea-
sures.
day w-ith'i 1 r, Th*- i npr
men' 111 ihe hi mch 1
! lies."
Brussels, 17.Hi I '
is n iw stationary. In s ime pla
work li is been resi 1 this 1
about evenly baUnce I bj .1 Iditions
ii) the sii iken Force.
Wish ngton, 17. The disputed
question ol free p 'lie a*
11 irn 1 Canal for Vmerican coast-*
w ise shi|is probably will b
up Tues 1ly in the Sen
London, 17. I be Imbass > I "'
al eonfetenc w is in pr< longed si -
lion tod iv. It is 11. th.it it
was a I 1 Montenegro
.1 loan ol -:
by the six p iweis as a olulion foi
the loss ol Scut iri,
I.oiul.u, 17. Suffragette
I ich boards a b rti
1 militant meeting at Islington
ilta 1 >od iv u\ othei wo-
rn n who. seised the board* and be-
iffragettes with
them.
I he tes were being
badly mauled when the police ar-
rived in es rted the women to a
place of safety.
Sj. J ihns, X F. 17.The coloni-
al legist iture w is prorogued tod >y
111 1 1 \ '.veeks se ision in which
the entire government program
was cai ried out. Import ml among
the legislative acts was that by
which New Found land form illy
offeied to j -in in the n ival d 1
of the Biiti-'i Empire.
Kor this offer Govenoi Davidson,
in the closing speech tojday an-
noui ed the thanks of the Impeial
C ibmet, and inim ite I th it ihe
British \i\ ni ..hv is now c m i 1
ins how the in b an
u t i 11 /
I is Palm .-. 17. Jos B
ding to his announcement,
will stait on his trans- Atlantic
llight to the West Iqflies in th 1
,iu ij, t> illoon mi h ud
to morrow morning.
Rome. 17.A bulletin issued lo-
night regarding the popes ilffoMS
reads "lbs Holiness passed r good
-DOGS Hf.AD."
Guinea's Stoal end l$.\ '- Ale.
Botllsd bv
Messrs R.:AI) BROTHERS
Liinlted. Kcnllnh Town.
London.
Very highly recommended by the
Medical Profession in O.II pe.ri
ol the world o.s ei Tonic o.nd
lnvloro.tor alter fevers. Il is
,\lso specially recommended to
Nursing .Mothers, etc.
Sole Agent:
Harold E. M. Johnsjn
Chee.pside.
A race is no batter than its
woman
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i ii k 'i ribun i:
ill is evening to i lie I Innourable I lie
Legislative Council and desire
their concurrence thereon.
On Motion of \h. Gamblin the
petition of certain inhabitants of
Farmers Cay praying for a Irani
of money for the Artesian Wells
was referred to the following ^elect
Committee, Messrs. Gamblin, E,
V. Solomon and Cuny.
The House adjourned until
Thursday evening.
STOLEN.
FROM Schooner A.M.B., Friday
or S itnrday night i new
Hawser and Anchor, also part of
Another Hawser.
LOST.
17 ROM Khouner S. H. Kim wood
* last night, Wednesday, and,
one 10 ft. boatma iked W.N.
Suitable Reward if found.
\pplv to
W. B. NORTH,
Market Rdiige.
_ 40 A MONTH
3 Be Your Own Boss
If you are
imaltlin It-Hi
11 han 10 m
Iweek you
Iniioillfl writ*
I us t*x.lsy Wn
Iran h**lp you
I tn wraith and
JindriN ? iirnce
y our plan. You
can work wbrn
you pirrwp, where
on pkaise. always
ave ini.ji.-v mi.i
roeitiui of maklnif barn-la more of ft.
How won D yen; iikk ut mart out from
home on a comhlnorl bus I tin** and pleasure trip, ma*'
at the Ufi hotels, and live like a lord and rlmo up
2 every day? Wnrk at amu.temenl nlafea.rrmdl
stnvi corn its. man ifm turuis litstlttitlnns, anywhere
and everywhere, ten minutes aalk from home or on
the other aide of the globe. Juat art a mar Mm* tip
any place you happen to select, and elean up 2
almve <(i--rutiiiic x(H>i My proptMiitnn H t'>" WONDEKFTL NFW
CONIBINAri.^s* CAMERA, with whlrh yoti r.m
take and lusiamaneously dcvel.m six entirely differ-
ent stylea iA Diet urea lnrlmflng Hnt'oii*. Post
< ar plate U developed without the use of films or
negative*, and In ready to deliver to your cus-
tomer In less than a minute after making the
exposure. This IU.M ARKAIW 1. INWNTION
take* 100 plrturefl an hour. K wry body wants pis.
lures and each sale you make advertises your busi-
ness and makes more sales for you.
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Pimple Instructions accompany each Outfit and
you can beitln to make mouey In fifteen mlnutea
after the outfit reacbe.t you.
A trifling Investment will get this WONDKR-
PTII. ou TFIT for you ami put you In a position u*
make '-iio a year. If you want to be Indepen-
dent, and absolutely your own bows, write me to-day
and I will sendlAHi by return mall, full frwe Inform-
ation regarding this WON'DKKKUI. HKOPOHl-
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MCSl alltl VUUllUl l f0iiow ti,e usc 0f tho'Allonburys' Foods.
They resemble healthy human milk in composition, nutritive value and digestibility.
Babies fed on the "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive well.
aa^^er*
MILK FOOD No. 1. MILK FOOD No. 2. HALTED FOOD No. 3. Tho 'Allenbnrys' RUSKS (Malted)
From birth to 3 m-nih.. From 3 10 G i ...nth.. I .-m month, upw.rut. Kro.n 10month, upw.rdt
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES.
"aw* Pamphlet "Inrant Feeding* and Management" sent free.
ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON. ENGLAND.
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BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April 12, 1913.
Tins. Ihcludfic Mtpm orrorlna poaltlve praof*
Itvm evpry part 01 "... w-trlil. OON'T IVFI.AY.
ANHWKll TIIIB ANNOUNCEMENT TO-11AY.
L inwii. Mr ."" *mii n>t iwu mmiiL
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FUSSEtp
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''PARED BY *| .
FUSSELL8r9;>*
Lumber 6- Shingles
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JUST Received per Schooner
"Roberta e.nd RusselU" from
St. James City. Florida., a full
asiorimenl of Lumber and Shin-
glee:
1$ x 10 and 12, 1} x 10 and 12
of 23 ft. lengtha and upwards
a*. .1 ipeeia liy.
We have opened up a trade with
the above Port in lhi commodity.
Buyers would do well in sec 111
before purchasing elsewhere.
And are also Shippers ol Siasl.
CHAS. J. KELLY 6. BRO.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL SIORE
OUR "Royal" Household
Biand Floui selling at ad
pence per lb. and 30s. per DfUj of
196 lb*.
"Golden *siar Fl-ur 2 lbs for 3jd.
and "Laurel Brand" Hour" 2 ll>s
for 3Jd.
Centennial Hour per bag 28s.
Pigs Feet in Vinegar .11 7d. per lb,
Prown Sugar at 2jd per lb. Oui
rice white and clean, bei in town
selling at Ad. i"'r quart.
All our Groceries nre fresh and
good qua lily and cheap,
Pure Jamaica Rum at |l s, p||
gallon,
I VMI'S L. 5AUNDE RS & Co.
Nassau X. P.
Bahamas,
April 15th 1913.
FOR f ALE
\CONN (-ORNI. I in Perfect
ConditionA Splendid In-
strument.
\V. A. SWF. ANY.
Cutlery
Shef-
field
a fine assortment of:
RAZORS
Table Knives
Packet Knives
Butt hei Knives
Bread Knives
Can mt: Sets in Cases,
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E Albury.
PLACE YOUR ORDER
QUICK \S WE GET IWOM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
\ 1 ilia 1 and I lames, I an Colour,
Horse or Pony size Web I larness.
Call at Store and see Sample Hor-
nets in >'
P. ice delivered in Nassau Freight
anil Dal) Paid 30/-
Will need 30 Java tn deliver.
C. O. 1). C. C.SAUNDERS.
Bast Pay St.
Nassau N. P.
FOU HIRE.
A six room DWELLING
I K il SE n ith bath room at
tdclird and all out door Convert.
iences including r Tank.
Past Street, South, upposita
Nassau Prisos,
Apply to
JOS. LAING
Blue HillSt, South
CHAS. C. LIGHTBOURN
Carpenter and Papei Hanger.
Open BoafS9, always on hand. Other sizes
built to order.
Native Made Oars10, it, u feet,
always on hand I Aiders for
1.11 'j-'i sizes or la 1 ge quantn let
will receive prompt attention.
/ 'afx r Hanging.
Satitfotii Guaranteed,
Armstrong Slreel fHawhins Hill.I
ANNA E. RAE.
PROPRIETRESS OP
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
Th. L.n* s.or. Stores.
Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
HlHh Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Ben vi 11 f vi I Irish Ltvces and
Insertions. A few very select
ln-.lv Lace Hats, exquisite degiuns
Geisha. Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes and Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linens,
White tvnd Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
NOT I C E~
' f~* I IIS is to inform my Patrons
1 and the Public in General
ii,.(i I have opened mv Public
IJIacV Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
General repair 01 new work Horse
Shoaing specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huvler,
4S3 ray Street. East (Wharf)
W. A. MATHER.
UNDERTAKER.
DKSIRES to inform bis friends
and ihe Public lht he hs.
just received a complete outin ol
facilities foi ihe business <>( an on.
dertaker, which places him in N
ptisiiion to carry nut Funerals that
may be entrusted In Ins care \\ nil
system nhd despatch ; and respect1
fully solicits their patronage Gst
mv Prices lirsl nnd prove thai they
are the very lowest for first cl as
work.
wiinams Shoes
Are BETTER


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