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Zhc tribune TueiJav April 22. 1913. I he Nassau Guaidian" had mud) in say in its last issue on the question of the renewal or otherwise of foreign mail con. tracts. On s> ine points our contemporary certainly voices the opinion of the community, and on other points is positive where the body of the people are at least undecided. We all agree that, on the whole, the Ward Line has served us remarkably well. This winter they have handled the bulk of the tourist traffic, and, but for them our season would have been a far greater failure than it was. Their sending us boats like the "Havana" and "Saratoga" instead of the "Urazos" the "San Jacinto" and the "Denver" was a real gain to us, as the "Guardian"clearly shows. The larger and swifter the boat the larger the traffic. It is when we come to think of the Southern service that we drift into questions as to whether our Contemporary is right or not. "Obser\ er" seems to counsel that we humbly submit to the demands .f the Hotel Company, on the ground that they, and oply they, under existing con dilions^cau do any real material good for us. If the Government has no well devised plan for meeting the emergency, "Observer" may be light. In that case, however, we roust suffer a loss both of self r< spe nnd of the spirit of initiative, u hich may tend to wilt us as a people, To live as the servants of a corporation may possibly breed in us the unhealthy habit ol thinking thai everything enterprising should bedoue for us instead of by us Who knows that having a hard |'i..position to deal with may not be the making of ua i i the n,I ? We write this dilh ; deiiti, h I ause we know, that it will i c a serious thing to break with the Hagler interest, but does it necessarily follow that such a rupture will entail permanent injury upon us W e are by no m. ans sure thai failing Miami, Key West would be the next best point of connection with the South. A glance at the map and at the Railway connections with the Atlantic seaboard will show us that from '. It is about time that this gov I many large centres of populaj eminent, nay, it is the duty of tion in the West and South this government, that jt should ; West Jacksonville or Brunswick make some provision for the is easier to reach than New widows and orphans of its serYork; and when you add to this vants, and save them from the thesaving time on sea as against humiliating, discriminating and the sea route from New York, odious criticisms to winch thej you have more than offset the are subjected whenever, b> rea advantage of coming from New son of the demise of the oread York in a more commodious winner, of the family, they are Steamer If, on the other hand, forced to appeal to the Legisla people wanted to reach Key tureforaid. West and the East Coast system There are few governments from here, they could do so via thatdo not pension its soldiers, Havana ; seeing that the Ward SB 1 is and civl servant*, and Line now send all theirs, nth there is no ison why this bound vessels on leaving here ( olom should not pn to Havana. If the experience of some fan and indisenmmating the past winter is any guide, a pet I %  which should Key Weat-Nassau route would apply to all servants of then,. not be profitable either to the lonj %  • 1111 HI favour or F. E. C. Co. or to us. If rumour be coi rect, a sal factory arrangement might be hindered by ill feeling on the part of the Flagler interest. It is believed that the Hotel Co. and 1). it rW vejurnce, .mil lon\ • I ( i d the unkind, unjust and uucharit ible (lit iciSill I 1 lies'Lnfortu.i.'i! In the 11, ,II~C of Assembly last • in trie discussion which I >w ed tin in, tion to .id, >pt the the P. and O. Co. have a sort Report of the Select Committee, of spite against .Jacksonville on the petition of Mrs. Helena and also against Nassau, and ; Aranha recommending a giahave no intention of doing any-I tuity of £"6o some very unkind thing like what they might do [and very uncharitable things in either case if g Iwill pre were laid— for instance one vailed. They have the Colonial I member ruthlessly entered the Hotel here, and will do what (Join.ibis .of the domestic rethey can now it is here to save lationjof the deceased and assert a loss on it, but they are not ed that Mrs. Aranha and her likelv to do this with overmuch husband were not on friend I v kindliness or desire to Considi r terms 'and now shecoines to us,' our convenience 01 pn sperity. tins was i*erj unseemly and If things were properh adjusted leu< i d Lad f. rm." I he fact reas regards the breaking ol the mains that Mrs] Aranha was contract by the comp in and w ith IK r husband .it the time oi if relations between the i-om hisdeath. pany and Jacksonville were per Mr. R. H. Curry said that if lectly amicable, who knows but Mr. Aranha had chosen to he that the P. and O. Company could have provided amplv for might give us a service both his familv. tor hi* income was with Miami and with Jacksonbetter than that of most of lis Authority would confer withMr. vdle ? Is it so v. rv certain that in this House ; few of us ran | Williams, before his departure, this would injure the East Coast earn from three to four hundred ?! ,d en 8 a '? ,liin l< assist Mr. Hotel interest ? We have won-1 pounds a *ear. Moore, while in New York, to Sounrls'very well d.wsn't it ? -'I'"'" 1 h "best for our money." Hut uii: tacts? An ofl •* Ctal cannot supplement Ins in-1 A cold storage plant foi the come, by entering into any rerequirements of tins City has of a munerative business whatever, been talked about for some time, [outside ol his office, nor can his Vet at this writing there is not a single visible sign, of its materialization.lt is much needed, Mr. R. II. Curry and \h S. 1). Moseley w tie the i liement in their opposition to this grant. We wiil place on K cord i few words us< ,1 by them in this discussion and Wait and sec. Mr Curry — "I am opposed to all pensions." Mi. Moseley."Never too late to mend. I am opposed on prim i| le.*' Considerable dissatisfaction is being expressed on all sides as to the limited supply of ElecLight. Many applications are iiffoi light, beyond thespe* cifi 'i area, w hit h cannot be enter tained bei ause the Plant is il sufficient cnpai itj. The owneis of the Residence! .il as Cedarville and tw,, ,!." up East, and "Wesley Methodist Chape)" in %  i l hern suburbs are at the ent tune among the appli( airs. Going South the current has In en stretched out as far as St. Agnes Church, winch makes it all the more desirable that it should be irried further and Supply the other Churches, and Si" iety Halls too,* whii h want it. All of the churches, or none, shi.old be supplie.|; this turse w mild be the more s itisfactory uuclei present conditions. N.w that it lift I found %  > t,, despatch Mr Mi .or,' to New York for the purpose of selei ting additional improve* meiits to the .-hi trie lighting plant, we deem that it would be wise, prudent, and in the end • %  i .comical, if the Electric Light dered whether we really need two or three trips ( week from Miami, and whether i could not serve us by hiking ill both places in the coins, %  single week. The trouble in dealing with I wife help him by going into the Hotel Company is that we.am business herself [for the cannot feel absolutely sure that Government disapproves) in the all that goes against iis in their, event of their familv growing dealings with us is "unavoidalargerasdid Mr. Aranha's, ble." The "Guardian" and its Mr-Curry is Commission Mer contributor seem to be very chant, Real Estate Agent, Real trustful on this point. In a rough hewn person like "Observer" this little bit of eonhdingness is particularly lovely, but does such a reading ol the !•'. K. C, Cos. intentions and feelingi quite (it the fa • Estate Owner, Multiplied Insur and it is strange, that some of our entcrpi ising citizens, do not take it into their serious consideration and instalone without delay. The summer months are fast approaching, and vet this ance Agent, Trade Commissionmuch needed, and economical er for Canada, SteamshipAgent, Director in various local companies, all avenues of profit and gain. Mr. Arahni was confined to one a Couiuii >s n >i plant, is slow in making its appearance. The Mail Steamer "Seguranca" arrived from New York this



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T U I Hi N I. i n i %  ^LCCF.I h IN I'Ufil'OK IK)\ T iKKVICK \VK RKNDKK OTHKICi \ i, 1\ .-ill professional n en w h in v< ul .ill sirKu I he teach* T 1111 J Iruct others as tn how ihev can pel along without him. The houesi law; ;ain*t the quarrels I>> which h>' earns Ins I even the pre i< ber, if he should accomplish hi'purpose, would he out of a job. The same principle applies in lines, though nol to tl e same extent. Thi itchei and the bakei i endi i I e best service, and -i when the) reduce the nnountof expenditure necessarv fathe ven articles on which they make a profit ; and the railroad section liand labors to complete what be depends upon for pay, M'M learn that the rule of t he universe is progress, and that no one deserves to be employed at something else who lias not worked hinis. If nut of a former job by doing it. And hence the peculiar rule : No nun can successfully work in his own interest, except by working against his own interest. morning with the following pa ssi ngers: Mesdames Kuphemia 1 'avis and Charlotte I >avis ; Messrs John W. Dull li, Asa I". I'm %  hard, ng winds prevailing the Steamer pioceedecl to .vouth West bay. d* IN THE SUPREME COURT. April Sessions 1913. Tuesday 22 April. I lie Court met Piesent:— I he 1 lonout Daniel Tudor Esq K C. Chief justice ; The Honourable K. C. WellsDurrant K. C. Attorney (ieneral; \V. E. S. Callender ESQ. I be Registrar, The Provost Marshal Information. The King vs. l)eal Mackey, and Joseph Macki v. Offering to bribe a Magistrate. Mr. Callender appeared .for Accused. U'he Accused 00 being arjned pleaded "Not Guilty" ituesses: — Edward II. Mc. jiney, James A. Reckley Young, Joseph L. T liompI he following jury ivere em' lied: J.mies A. Sands, Jam< %  ^ olebrooke, Charles C. Cas 1. John Cancino, Alfred 11 Smith, Charles T. Butler, 1 1 rge F. Christie, George Butli r. Bertie Clai idge, Krank VI. Sands, Stafford Saunders, I bomas 11 Sands. Jurors not empanelled dis charged until 2 p. m. to-day. I lie trial proceeded. 'All \ I A i OUNTRY WM\ r A PEOPLE I Miami. Ma April 13, 1913. The Editor of the Tnbun Sir—Kindly publish this on Wednesday April nth, 1913, between the hours of 8 and y p.m. the Marshal WM after a man who had a forged cheque ; an unfortunate young man, just at that time, came from up the oi.ul, out of the woods on his way to Miami for the purpose of engaging passage for Nassau, his home i* at Long Island, he was shot dead and after he fell the Marshal put three more halls into him, on being taken up it was found that he was the wrong man. ..When it got noised abroad the young man's Boss came up and Said "this man worked with me a hen.' til fonnd him honest and truthful, be told me 00 Saturday thai he was going home I 1 see his pie and here he is, killed for nothing, you people should 1.1 to the (iovemor at Nassau and see w ll it rail be done to n In •-, the Marshal should be arre sled and punish • • I." I he man they were after %  re a panama hat and black suit, ibis |v>or bo) was killed in working clothi s, just as he Vi <• fr Mil the farm. What an advantage is taken of the coloril folk in this place. The name MI who did the nuirlei nig is I • %  ineiitt, a crai ker who has no use for the coloured [folk. Yours most truly, ONE FROM THE ROCK. IMPERIAL WEDNESDAY'S SPECIAL PROGRAMME AT 8:15 p.m. 5 REELS OF PICTURES. "JESS" A yie.it English story of the Boer War in 3 PARTS. 1. A MSTERS SAl RIM I 2 -"IHKOIGH I illBOER I INKS" j. |l-.s,s 1 HI-; AVENi iER I hn is l.iki 11 lo. 'i the Novi 1 !>> 11 ',< .1 I |.ig4 Oil, aU.i l A 11 illj ht-i ieels. 4 'THE M VSCOT OF IKOUPE I ." „ -NO CHILDREN WAN I'. I 11" Hniii \i'i\ Comic, V \l Dh.V'lbl.li P < F. IK VNK UGH l BOURN In a ll ipi ze pei f.iim.i 1 ••. 6d. od. 1*. "DOGS HF.AD," (mlnrs's Slovil vnd Be.sa>'a Ale. Hi tils.I by Meaera KI.AI) IIKOIHI.KS Limited. Kentlah Town. London. Very highly recommended by the Medical Profeeeion In all paria of the world a. a a. Tonic a.nd lnvlgora,tor after fevera. ll la .N I-... apeclally recommended lo Nurelntf Mothera. etc. Sole Agenli Harold C. M. Johnaon Cheexpaide. CABLEGRAMS. I.'.11 ion, JO. R, It, Etlienugtofi S111 ill a Canthndgt rowing I iheh, wlm is ;il. 1 rtntin MI shed -irg.-on on the si,,ti ,i| s,', Hull-,". %  AS Hospital, is lying ver HeiioUhlv ill Hi lit 11 institution, suf. fennu fiom pneumonocal peiitoa* II IS. London, 20. — I'm an hour and a half this morning two suffragette* had London at their fret. I'hey asceivded to the caged galleiy a' tlie top "f the famous monument on Fi-.li Street Hill, barricaded 'lit door and lansted then lla^, and fof a time held the gallery as a citadel from which they bombarded Billingsgate with '"Votes for women" leaflets, Sofia, 20.— The Premier to-day informed the Sohranka thai the Bulgarian government had accept* ed the terms of the last note of die great powers containing proposal! for ending the war in Southeastern E'jrope. Loud n, 20.—Stefanston, ilie Arctic explorer sailed to day for New York, where he will spend three iv< ekl hefoie starting on his four year expedition to the Arctic in search of a new continent. Sacramento, California 20.— Impressed by the violence of tht popuhtr agitation in Japan agaiael the proposed anti-alien land legis lation hy tins state, the leader of the senate to-day caused further action on the pending .neasures to h" referred until next week. Reports of the strong feeling in I'okio caused much comment in the legislature to-day and 1 lie inquiries ,is io the effect of the proposed hills upon other alien ietter rsis in California led to the belief ihat President Wilson might find it expedient lo suggest some course lhal would relieve 1 lie situation I okio. SO,— I Hiring a mass meeting of protest held here last night Deputy Malsumura urged the dis. patch of a Japanese fleet to California as a first step toward establishing Japanese equality in the United States. For Sale. S ECOND HAND BRICKS. EMPTY SUGAR BARRELS. J. S. JOHNSON Cc April 21-13. Williams Shoes Are BETTER FUS SELL'S CONDCNSeO MILK *C ON OBH* e f rl Itaft "E PAR ED 8 V .„ FUSSELLflrCH^ H 1.



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I II E TRI B l N E %  16. Victoria "owe and Viola Taylor—1 ighting in St—Dismissed. Arabella Sinclair—Loud shout ing in heating i>( persons in public St.— Dismissed. Frederick Sinclair—Abusive '^language towards Constable Digjis and Colebrook while m the execution of their duty—12s. or 10 days, L.mes ,\. Duncombo—Loud spouting and using pi Fane and indecent language in sight and lienrmp of persons in public street of Grants Town— 10s. In default todays. A\" EN IT k I MNMEMT WILL BE GIVEN IN •5. AGNES' SCHOOL ROOM, TUESDAY APRIL jjnd, .913 IN AID OF I HE FUNDS OF 4 S. AGNES' CHURCH. floors open 7:30. Commence at 8 Lumber & %  Shingles UST RwiivrJ per Schooner i "Hohfi is and R usvrll." from Si. James Cily, Florida, a full assortment of Lumber and Shingles: 1[ \ 10 and 12, i] x 10 and iJ of 20 ft. lengths and upwards ,1s .1 ipi I I I ll V. We have opened up a trade with the above Port 111 tins commodity. Buyers would do well to see us be'fore pun liasi ng nisi w here. And are also Shippers nl Sisal, CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO. BON MARCHE CLOSING OVT THE ENTIR.E STOCK AT GR-EATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. A1 111 1 2. iqi.lCutlery Sheffield ,1 ii, e •'-'i'utenl ol U \Z iRa fable Knives Pocket Knivi Butt ber Knive*, Bread Knives Carving S< is in Ce, rid SCINH % %  >•-. I 1 s,,!.hy Chas. E Albury. PLACE V< A U 1 lUDKH QUICK \S W 1 l".!-. I PUOM IACTOUY. SI J INGLE Hie ift L Mlhir, Loll. 11 IIH1 I la 'iii's I HI i n|i 1 r, Unr-l' 1 H I 'oil) s / %  \ |-|> i |,i I II> --. Call HI Stm %  HIIO , r -,.,ii| ife l i-'iness 111 use. I". ice I •— 11 veied 111 \".is-;ni F reighl and Duty Paid 30/ Will need 30 ila\s to deliver. C. O. D." C. C SAUNDERS. East Bay St. Nassau N. P. THE SPECIAL CALL AT IHE ROYAL MORE O UR Bta w. A. MATHER. !"> DF.RTAKER. D ESIRES to inform Ins friends and ihe Public that be ha just received 1 compli I outfit i*l facilities fm ihe business ol an undertaker, which placet him in a posilii n t 1 cat ry nut Funerals that may be entrusted t" bit cue v\ nil system and d< spati li ; and respe t • 1 heir patronage < let m v Pi IC< s first and 1 I hat he*. ire the very lowest for liisi clai work. Royal" Hiiusehold ami |loui Sell in ; 1 ; p. 'i 3 . |"-i hag ol 196 lbs. "Golden N'H I'l ur 2 Iha foi and "Laurel lii.onl" Ilour 3 for >,\.[. i entenmal Flout per bag 28s. Pigs Feet in Vmeg 1 .1 7 I per Hi. 1 Brown Sufai ;•! sjil pei lb Om nee lnte and rlean, bet in town sill ing rft 41I. pet quart, All •* %  •. IJMHnU its: J3 a? azrtis^&'* the" AfUT-sHTecUi of t a*t LJvtrii ; 1 1 J HONES MEN'S AILMENTS eteer.(t*> 1 B.—1 I-. tu nmnrt sm Lllll-.U S.L \I/I do. 11 all liappreciate a Good Smoke 1 that we no* \\ 1 ,. ,„ n ,i .,,. ckol II W \N\ I IGAR>. We mileol the finest Havana and Sumatra Hav 1 I ". '" 1, ,, ., D.inufai n our premises by skilled workmen „ n ,l 1 . . in pr.Kluce an artiaie ol supermi quality. I h.. sun-, swe hsive 1 wuh in the petal leads us confidently to expect ,l,, • | ofc VUrtl 1. L SAUNDERS A Co. |.i\ Sti • Tin; Magazine that fiiukrs Fact 9 r..si-in.i I Will Fiction more rimrliiatlntf I Will "wmrrtN oo vou CAN UNOCHSTAND IT" I s. p (I S Co, A C.REAT Continued Stary of the World • Progress which you may begin r* any nine. snd which will bold rou< inuioM forever, is running in I Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it r Two million* of people I re. and it li Hie favorne with progressive readeia in South as well aa in North America It appeals to all classes—old and young—men and women—those who know and those, who want to know. 2SO MOII CACH MONTH lOO PfCTUMIS 100 ARTICLCS OF OENIRAL INTgKgST The "Shop Notaa" Departmanl 90 para> gives easy ways to do things how to make useful articles for home and shop, repairs, etc. "Amateur Mechanics" (10 pages) tells how lo make Mission furniture wurl. soutfitt, boats. engines, magic, and all the thniKs •* N,v loves By mala, par your 08.00 (tJoId WKITI roil rail saasei r coa-r TOOAT £40 A MONTH 'p Be Your Own Boss A SIX ! tin I IKI lo .. "it frnm .rp trip. BlAV l liou-ls. ..'. i %  • lord ami c'i mi lie % %  %  m, manufai'iui rat anrwasra ,V i.l '!"" rorou le Of tin' k'lolIU -' • !i :.'lull.up soy plae you happen i" asleet, and mi.ii up ii aldiv.* upern'i > nay. .„_ My proposition la miWONPtltflI. NKw tlUNAlliiN I'lMLRA. with wblrh you rsn take anil uit.aiilanr.ialy <).-v.-lop ait entirely liirr.rent a'yksl of plrturei In. %  Hiding liu'tona. I' Caria, and to>ir atylea of Tintype Ploiurea. I.trry plate la de.rloped without the use of nimt or Dvgailvea. and la ready to dell.er to your ctiei i In Ira. than a minute afler making the eiposure. Una HIM AHKAIll.l. INMsrinN tsiea liai pleiurisi an hmir FverylKMly wanln lilr. turea and eaeh aala yon make advcrtlaca your Dual ueaa and iiiakaM BSDN aslua for you. NO EXPF.RIF.NCF. NEEDED Simple. Instrun Ions arenmpany earh Outfit and! you i-tri liealn lo rnaVe money In filteeii miuuiei • reaeln-s you. !" „.^.^ A rrinlug lliv.-allin-n: vrlll get IMS V. ON OFR it,o i i i i for you iiri.l pot you In a poaltl.in t• • rni '< ANSWES fill!' SSVOI MKMIAI TO-"** Ltlllltll Hg .121W. 4M II .Mil Olil InTstk.UI.I CHAS. C. LIGHTB0URN Carpentei ind Papei Hang r, Open /lonfs— 9, qj, in, II, i-' feel| ;tl \ ays on h in I. 'iltt'i i/o IHII li to order, Sativ* Madt Oart—ia, u, 12 fe< always on hand. Oulers birder sizes or targe quantij will receive prompt altentf Paper Han gin Satisfaction < hiototitttd, Armatrong Street fHawkim I]



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CD P > 3 a* 0) CD •a 0) a er o CD CO itatie Nvilllns nil.ln in' lursre in verba tna.gltri. H> mi! bound lo stvcrvr lo (lie DngmM oi no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P., Bahnmns. Tuesday. April 22. 1913. No. 127 LhON E H in Ml ( II, Km i i'/ >. ii Knit pi %  OPTIC* |H II M \KKKT -TK KK I II \ i' I > ,AMA... PUBLISHED I) \\\.\ I '.. . \> lnr.,1.. v ,i ml p"| idai i II t: lr copy lii, IUMIIIV rim. ri 11 i -•. ; M >\ -' nj If Pup* ... nl iVaeklv |j,| >lntlil\ i. | ,) i '• %  11 Hall V.-.IIU • V>any ... %  • PAYARLF IN \ DV VNCE. Advertising Rate*: Six pence per line for t'n~t inwrtioo : three i line 'or iacond insertion; and t>na i am inn* for ^ubseouent. insertion* Advertisements undai eight lines ,-.. Smiiii-, Long Island, %  • hruary, 1913. I Ii 11 Mi. Ed it 01 : Allow in'' space in yum valuable columns, X. 1 xpri ss 1 lie muation ;ii Simms HI 1 branch of 1I1.11 gri it lustiiuinm nl \ 1, Tamiri Mall, ami n> system and influi no s ..I iii us, HVI 1 the Iv'i -i.li'n! Ju 11 the past, I lieie is .1 CI hi re ili.ii M ill frustrate jual ii e 1 WITH man and m in, and I fear whenever the Cmnmissionei falls uudei thai ban, jus*.ice will flee au .i\. It is felt by Hi" influential p pie ol tii' pi ice, who is not under that ban, tli 11 it are not health) lo tincommunity thai 1 he ( • immissinner should staj "i pul up 11 any of the pi iv iir residence "I any individu il. F01 ni-i mi • %  M KK were used in cuort against %  certain party to iheir detriment which was trans icird in the house oj worship, and he bad no other way of knowing it, without listening to news, anil a gre^t part has no foundation at ali, the people have mai y grievances of thai nature, Since we had 'lie privilege of a public Hoard of Works, it has not been free from complain) of some kind, for instance some tune had; the acting chairman aftei declaring tenders a I wayi made it cleai to the one who was fiiitunate in getting the work, or who the tendeis were declared to, that befme he could get Ins money, after fin. uhing his job, that he had to get one of t^"' 1 bets certificate and I* 1 v I he s mi nber ol the pub lie Hoard "I works what ever he charged. Is that the Law of the Land ; A* to the preji 1 I system I be. Iive it 1-. nothing short of a barter s\ -ti m, ni 10 one Will be em. d 1 not take up 0 from certain shops, there are its oi i' 1 sons who can't ge| wnk the emploi eisfit u there 1gre it I i'f s line refoi in, and I trust HI the neai fuiuie to see an miprovement. An ither nVature off the Mid Boards is not to complete roads as they go along, but t<> do ii in a uay so as 10 make Ha little bet• t< 1 th HI n was, and ih very near 'inuro to ask foi another grant for i he same p ece ol wi n k, probably in anothei name. A.J n pi ml of the above stite*nent, Point Furgus road will revenl the fact, that load hail from ttired to four grants il my memorj verves me aright 1 here ere I >ui. and I am sorry to 1 portion of said ro id is even iv fa 1 from finished, and will grant in the i" 1 ir future, I u ould isl< w by is this I It is the poln v .d soin. in fee I the bartei system, I am confident 1 t oat of £100. Ihe.olhei shops do not pel |j per cent. So you tt€ 1 here is no circulation, Is tins not a sast of the men here only gets from seventy >,J2) to eighty four (84) cents per diem. \\ lien they can do better but are afraid to go to the big bnMSfS \m\ ask for more and if a few make it up to go to them they will agree Until the time comes then they will si .• th it iliev will Le discharged. Mr. Editor how were these same men living before tins Company (B. T. Co.) came into the Bahamas. If the people wi>uld only im it upon I heir 1 G| I %  •• stlv and keep right after them until they P LSS a law compelling empli j sis to pay the I di luring man .it least lour (4) shilling p r diem tnd ten his <• %  hours, better days M ould come rhe idea of a man Working ten and twelve hours pei day, "MI we In it that the neiv G >v ernor is turning up an I routin ; the Public Officials but will he 1 e 1 to the poor labouring man's cry and help him to better Ins conditions Money may not be able to buy all of Ins happiness but it can keep off a lot of discomfort. Mr. Editor take for instance the men thai are working on 'he >og frain thev all receive ninety six cents per day except the driver and they it iva to work until about half past seven or eight n'clo '> %  at night and no extra ii ne for it, but mind you they turn to work at five o'clock in the morning, ^u il von be home sti k just one day you d Mit get pi id lo: jt. Mi, Editor im ny things h ipi ie 1 over here tli it dont get to 1 he ean I the riplit men that handle the government but Go I be wtili us it will be bel ter 1 >me day, Thanking you f • 1 your lime and space, I remain yours etc, I V.BOI RER. 1N : 111. MAGIS1 RATES COURT. April, 14.—Nathan Dean Drunk in Street —i*. or 4 days PrisctllaLvnch —Using language in hearing of persons in the neighs borhood towards Ionise Lightbourn tending ton breach of the peace—Fined in. ar.d p. %  sotts. In default 11 days impiisomnanl. 1 5. — Daniel Sweeting—Breach Cab Act— irx. or 8 days, Jos. Bartlett—Furiously driving horse and carriage in public Sti los. 01 | II. Beat 11 a, horse ui rily wlnie in said cairiage 1. c 1 days, Sarah Spriggs—-Impeding Con* Stable Russell while in the execution of Ins duty—10s. or 8 days. (Continued on fourth page.)


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Publication Date: Tuesday, April 22, 1913
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Nassau. N. P., Bahnmns. Tuesday. April 22. 1913.
No. 127
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Allow in'' space in yum valuable
columns, X. 1 xpri ss 1 lie muation
;ii Simms hi 1 branch of 1I1.11 gri it
lustiiuinm nl \ 1, Tamiri
Mall, ami n> system and influi no s
..I iii us, hvi 1 the Iv'i -i.li'n! Ju
11 the past, I lieie is .1 CI
hi re ili.ii m ill frustrate jual ii e
1 with man and m in, and I fear
whenever the Cmnmissionei falls
uudei thai ban, jus*.ice will flee
au .i\.
It is felt by Hi" influential p
pie ol tii' pi ice, who is not under
that ban, tli 11 it are not health) lo
tin- community thai 1 he ( immis-
sinner should staj "i pul up 11 any
of the pi iv iir residence "I any in-
dividu il. F01 ni-i mi m kK were
used in cuort against certain
party to iheir detriment which
was trans icird in the house oj
worship, and he bad no other way
of knowing it, without listening
to news, anil a gre^t part has no
foundation at ali, the people have
mai y grievances of thai nature,
Since we had 'lie privilege of a
public Hoard of Works, it has not
been free from complain) of some
kind, for instance some tune had;
the acting chairman aftei declar-
ing tenders a I wayi made it cleai
to the one who was fiiitunate in
getting the work, or who the ten-
deis were declared to, that befme
he could get Ins money, after fin.
uhing his job, that he had to get
one of t^"' 1......bets certificate and
I* 1 v I he s mi ......nber ol the pub
lie Hoard "I works what ever he
charged. Is that the Law of the
Land ;
A* to the preji 1 I system I be.
Ii- ve it 1-. nothing short of a barter
s\ -ti m, ni 10 one Will be em-
. d 1 not take up 0
from certain shops, there are
its oi i' 1 sons who can't
ge| w- nk the
emploi eisfit u there 1- gre it
I i'f s line refoi in, and I trust
hi the neai fuiuie to see an mi-
provement.
An ither nVature off the Mid
Boards is not to complete roads
as they go along, but t<> do ii in a
uay so as 10 make Ha little bet
t< 1 th hi n was, and ih very near
'inuro to ask foi another grant for
i he same p ece ol wi n k, probably
in anothei name. A.J n pi ml of
the above stite*nent, Point Fur-
gus road will revenl the fact, that
load hail from ttired to four grants
il my memorj verves me aright
1 here ere I >ui. and I am sorry to
1 portion of said ro id is even
iv fa 1 from finished, and will
grant in the i"1 ir fu-
ture, I u ould isl< w by is this I It is
the poln v .d soin. in fee I the bar-
tei system, I am confident 1 t
oat of 100. Ihe.olhei shops do
not pel |j per cent. So you tt
1 here is no circulation, Is tins not
a sa British country !
;i rvi 1:
Spen< ins 1 'omt Abaco
\plll 13111, 1913.
l dirof of the Tribune.
Sir,
We hear a lot about the poor la-
bouring man and his hardships,
but why don 1 he try to better him-
self take for instance this place
Wilson Cnv) m >st of the men
here only gets from seventy >,J2) to
eighty four (84) cents per diem.
\\ lien they can do better but are
afraid to go to the big bnMSfS \m\
ask for more and if a few make it
up to go to them they will agree
Until the time comes then they
will si . th it iliev will Le dis-
charged. Mr. Editor how were
these same men living before tins
Company (B. T. Co.) came into
the Bahamas.
If the people wi>uld only im
it upon I heir 1 G| i stlv and
keep right after them until they
P lss a law compelling empli j sis
to pay the I di luring man .it least
lour (4) shilling p r diem tnd
ten his < hours, better
days m ould come rhe idea of a
man Working ten and twelve hours
pei day,
"mi we In it that the neiv G >v
ernor is turning up an I routin ; the
Public Officials but will he 1 e 1
to the poor labouring man's cry
and help him to better Ins condi-
tions Money may not be able to
buy all of Ins happiness but it can
keep off a lot of discomfort. Mr.
Editor take for instance the men
thai are working on 'he >og frain
thev all receive ninety six
cents per day except the driver and
they it iva to work until about
half past seven or eight n'clo '> at
night and no extra ii ne for it, but
mind you they turn to work at five
o'clock in the morning, ^u il von
be home sti k just one day you
d Mit get pi id lo: jt. Mi, Editor
im ny things h ipi ie 1 over here
tli it dont get to 1 he ean I the
riplit men that handle the govern-
ment but Go I be wtili us it will
be bel ter 1 >me day,
Thanking you f 1 your lime and
space,
I remain yours
etc,
I V.BOI RER.
1N : 111.
MAGIS1 RATES COURT.
April,
14.Nathan Dean Drunk in
Street i*. or 4 days
PrisctllaLvnch Using language
in hearing of persons in the neighs
borhood towards Ionise Light-
bourn tending ton breach of the
peaceFined in. ar.d p. sotts. In
default 11 days impiisomnanl.
1 5. Daniel SweetingBreach
Cab Act irx. or 8 days,
Jos. BartlettFuriously driving
horse and carriage in public Sti
los. 01 |
II. Beat 11 a, horse ui rily
wlnie in said cairiage 1. c 1
days,
Sarah Spriggs-Impeding Con*
Stable Russell while in the execu-
tion of Ins duty10s. or 8 days.
(Continued on fourth page.)


Zhc tribune
TueiJav April 22. 1913.
I he Nassau Guaidian" had
mud) in say in its last issue on
the question of the renewal or
otherwise of foreign mail con-
. tracts.
On s> ine points our contemp-
orary certainly voices the opin-
ion of the community, and on
other points is positive where
the body of the people are at
least undecided.
We all agree that, on the
whole, the Ward Line has serv-
ed us remarkably well. This
winter they have handled the
bulk of the tourist traffic, and,
but for them our season would
have been a far greater failure
than it was. Their sending us
boats like the "Havana" and
"Saratoga" instead of the "Ura-
zos" the "San Jacinto" and the
"Denver" was a real gain to us,
as the "Guardian"clearly shows.
The larger and swifter the boat
the larger the traffic.
It is when we come to think
of the Southern service that we
drift into questions as to whether
our Contemporary is right or
not.
"Obser\ er" seems to counsel
that we humbly submit to the
demands .f the Hotel Company,
on the ground that they, and
oply they, under existing con
dilions^cau do any real material
good for us.
If the Government has no
well devised plan for meeting
the emergency, "Observer" may
be light. In that case, however,
we roust suffer a loss both of
self r< spe nnd of the spirit of
initiative, u hich may tend to
wilt us as a people, To live as
the servants of a corporation
may possibly breed in us the
unhealthy habit ol thinking
thai everything enterprising
should bedoue for us instead of
by us Who knows that having
a hard |'i..position to deal with
may not be the making of ua i i
the n,I ? We write this dilh ;
deiiti- h i ause we know, that
it will i c a serious thing to
break with the Hagler interest,
but does it necessarily follow
that such a rupture will entail
permanent injury upon us -
W e are by no m. ans sure thai
failing Miami, Key West would
be the next best point of con-
nection with the South. A glance
at the map and at the Railway
connections with the Atlantic
seaboard will show us that from '. It is about time that this gov
I many large centres of popula- j eminent, nay, it is the duty of
tion in the West and South this government, that jt should
; West Jacksonville or Brunswick make some provision for the
is easier to reach than New widows and orphans of its ser-
York; and when you add to this vants, and save them from the
thesaving time on sea as against humiliating, discriminating and
the sea route from New York, odious criticisms to winch thej
you have more than offset the are subjected whenever, b> rea
advantage of coming from New son of the demise of the oread
York in a more commodious winner, of the family, they are
Steamer If, on the other hand, forced to appeal to the Legisla
people wanted to reach Key tureforaid.
West and the East Coast system There are few governments
from here, they could do so via thatdo not pension its soldiers,
Havana ; seeing that the Ward SB 1 is and civl servant*, and
Line now send all theirs,nth there is no ison why this
bound vessels on leaving here ( olom should not pn
to Havana. If the experience of some fan and indisenmmating
the past winter is any guide, a pet I...... which should
Key Weat-Nassau route would apply to all servants of then,.
not be profitable either to the lonj 1111 hi favour or
F. E. C. Co. or to us.
If rumour be coi rect, a sal
factory arrangement might be
hindered by ill feeling on the
part of the Flagler interest. It is
believed that the Hotel Co. and
1).
it
rW ve-
jurnce, .mil lon\ I ( i d the un-
kind, unjust and uucharit ible
(lit iciSill I 1 lies'- Lnfortu.i.'i! -
In the 11, ,ii~c of Assembly last
in trie discussion which
I >w ed tin in, tion to .id, >pt the
the P. and O. Co. have a sort Report of the Select Committee,
of spite against .Jacksonville on the petition of Mrs. Helena
and also against Nassau, and ; Aranha recommending a gia-
have no intention of doing any-I tuity of "6o some very unkind
thing like what they might do [and very uncharitable things
in either case if g.....Iwill pre were laid for instance one
vailed. They have the Colonial I member ruthlessly entered the
Hotel here, and will do what (Join.ibis .of the domestic re-
they can now it is here to save lationjof the deceased and assert
a loss on it, but they are not ed that Mrs. Aranha and her
likelv to do this with overmuch husband were not on friend I v
kindliness or desire to Considi r terms 'and now shecoines to us,'
our convenience 01 pn sperity. tins was i*erj unseemly and
If things were properh adjusted leu< i d Lad f. rm." I he fact re-
as regards the breaking ol the mains that Mrs] Aranha was
contract by the comp in and w ith Ik r husband .it the time oi
if relations between the i-om hisdeath.
pany and Jacksonville were per Mr. R. H. Curry said that if
lectly amicable, who knows but Mr. Aranha had chosen to he
that the P. and O. Company could have provided amplv for
might give us a service both his familv. tor hi* income was
with Miami and with Jackson- better than that of most of lis' Authority would confer withMr.
vdle ? Is it so v. rv certain that in this House ; few of us ran| Williams, before his departure,
this would injure the East Coast earn from three to four hundred ?!,d en8a'? ,liin l< assist Mr.
Hotel interest ? We have won-1 pounds a *ear. Moore, while in New York, to
Sounrls'very well d.wsn't it ? -'I'"'"1 h "best for our money."
Hut uii: tacts? An ofl *
Ctal cannot supplement Ins in-1 A cold storage plant foi the
come, by entering into any re- requirements of tins City has
of a munerative business whatever, been talked about for some time,
[outside ol his office, nor can his Vet at this writing there is not
a single visible sign, of its ma-
terialization.lt is much needed,
Mr. R. II. Curry and \h
S. 1). Moseley w tie the i
liement in their opposition to
this grant. We wiil place on
K cord i few words us< ,1 by them
in this discussion and Wait and
sec.
Mr Curry "I am opposed to
all pensions."
Mi. Moseley.- "Never too
late to mend. I am opposed on
prim i| le.*'
Considerable dissatisfaction
is being expressed on all sides
as to the limited supply of Elec-
Light. Many applications
are iiffoi light, beyond thespe*
cifi 'i area, w hit h cannot be en-
ter tained bei ause the Plant is
il sufficient cnpai itj.
The owneis of the Residence!
.il as Cedarville and
tw,, ,!." up East, and
"Wesley Methodist Chape)" in
il hern suburbs are at the
' ent tune among the appli-
( airs.
Going South the current has
In en stretched out as far as St.
Agnes Church, winch makes it
all the more desirable that it
should be irried further and
Supply the other Churches, and
Si" iety Halls too,* whii h want
it. All of the churches, or none,
shi.old be supplie.|; this turse
w mild be the more s itisfactory
uuclei present conditions.
N.w that it lift I..... found
> t,, despatch Mr Mi .or,'
to New York for the purpose of
selei ting additional improve*
meiits to the .-hi trie lighting
plant, we deem that it would
be wise, prudent, and in the end
i .comical, if the Electric Light
dered whether we really need
two or three trips -( week from
Miami, and whether i
could not serve us by hiking ill
both places in the coins,
single week.
The trouble in dealing with I wife help him by going into
the Hotel Company is that we.am business herself [for the
cannot feel absolutely sure that Government disapproves) in the
all that goes against iis in their, event of their familv growing
dealings with us is "unavoida- largerasdid Mr. Aranha's,
ble." The "Guardian" and its Mr-Curry is Commission Mer
contributor seem to be very chant, Real Estate Agent, Real
trustful on this point. In a rough
hewn person like "Observer"
this little bit of eonhdingness
is particularly lovely, but does
such a reading ol the !'. K. C,
Cos. intentions and feelingi
quite (it the fa
Estate Owner, Multiplied Insur
and it is strange, that some of
our entcrpi ising citizens, do not
take it into their serious consi-
deration and instalone without
delay. The summer months are
fast approaching, and vet this
ance Agent, Trade Commission- much needed, and economical
er for Canada, SteamshipAgent,
Director in various local com-
panies, all avenues of profit and
gain. Mr. Arahni was confined
to one a Couiuii >s n >i
plant, is slow in making its ap-
pearance.
The Mail Steamer "Seguran-
ca" arrived from New York this



T U I Hi N I.
in i
^LCCF.I h IN I'Ufil'OK IK)\ T
iKKVICK \VK RKNDKK OTHKICi
\ i, 1\ .-ill professional n en w h Hf< ul .1 lii .ii < m.:.!;."''!' in making
ir nwii "(cii|i;iiiimi unnecessary
ll is the effort il I lie rim l in v< ul .ill sirKu
I he teach*t 1111j Iruct others as tn how ihev can pel
along without him.
The houesi law; ;ain*t the quarrels I>>
which h>' earns Ins I even the pre i< ber, if he should
accomplish hi'- purpose, would he out of a job.
The same principle applies in lines, though nol to tl e
same extent. Thi itchei and the bakei i endi i I e
best service, and -i when the) reduce the nnountof
expenditure necessarv fathe ven articles on which they make
a profit ; and the railroad section liand labors to complete what
be depends upon for pay,
M'M learn that the rule of t he universe is progress, and that
no one deserves to be employed at something else who lias not
worked hinis. If nut of a former job by doing it.
And hence the peculiar rule : No nun can successfully work
in his own interest, except by working against his own interest.
morning with the following
pa ssi ngers: -
Mesdames Kuphemia 1 'avis
and Charlotte I >avis ; Messrs
John W. Dull li, Asa I". I'm
hard, ! Frederick 11. Dupree.
Mesdames Maltha CampbeU,
Caroline Campbell, I siella
Sawyer and I leni ietta Charle
In (onsequem i ol the itn >ng
winds prevailing the Steamer
pioceedecl to .vouth West bay.
d*
IN THE SUPREME COURT.
April Sessions 1913.
Tuesday 22 April.
I lie Court met
Piesent: I he 1 lonout Daniel
Tudor Esq K C. Chief justice ;
The Honourable K. C. Wells-
Durrant K. C. Attorney (ieneral;
\V. E. S. Callender Esq. I be
Registrar, The Provost Marshal
Information. The King vs.
l)eal Mackey, and Joseph Mac-
ki v. Offering to bribe a Magis-
trate.
Mr. Callender appeared .for
Accused.
U'he Accused 00 being ar-
jned pleaded "Not Guilty"
ituesses: Edward II. Mc.
jiney, James A. Reckley
Young, Joseph L. T liomp-
I he following jury ivere em-
' lied: J.mies A. Sands,
Jam< ^ olebrooke, Charles C.
Cas 1. John Cancino, Alfred 11
Smith, Charles T. Butler,
1 1 rge F. Christie, George But-
li r. Bertie Clai idge, Krank VI.
Sands, Stafford Saunders, I bom-
as 11 Sands.
Jurors not empanelled dis
charged until 2 p. m. to-day.
I lie trial proceeded.
'All \ I A i OUNTRY !
WM\ r A PEOPLE I
Miami. Ma .
April 13, 1913.
The Editor of the Tnbun
SirKindly publish this on
Wednesday April nth, 1913, be-
tween the hours of 8 and y p.m.
the Marshal WM after a man
who had a forged cheque ; an
unfortunate young man, just at
that time, came from up the
oi.ul, out of the woods on his
way to Miami for the purpose
of engaging passage for Nassau,
his home i* at Long Island, he
was shot dead and after he fell
the Marshal put three more halls
into him, on being taken up it
was found that he was the
wrong man. ..When it got nois-
ed abroad the young man's Boss
came up and Said "this man
worked with me a hen.' til
fonnd him honest and truthful,
be told me 00 Saturday thai he
was going home I 1 see his
pie and here he is, killed for
nothing, you people should 1.1
to the (iovemor at Nassau
and see w ll it rail be done to
n In -, the Marshal
should be arre sled and punish -
I." I he man they were after
. re a panama hat and black
suit, ibis |v>or bo) was killed in
working clothi s, just as he
Vi < fr Mil the farm. What an
advantage is taken of the color-
il folk in this place. The name
mI who did the nuir-
lei nig is I ineiitt, a crai ker
who has no use for the coloured
[folk.
Yours most truly,
ONE FROM THE ROCK.
IMPERIAL
WEDNESDAY'S SPECIAL
PROGRAMME AT 8:15 p.m.
5 REELS OF PICTURES.
"JESS" A yie.it English story
of the Boer War in 3 PARTS.
1. A MSTERS SAl RIM I
2 -"IHKOIGH I ill- BOER
I INKS"
j. |l-.s,s 1 hi-; AVENi iER I hn
is l.iki 11 lo. 'i the Novi 1 !>> 11
',< .1 I |.ig4 Oil, aU.i l a 11 ill- j
ht-i ieels.
4 'THE M VSCOT OF
IKOUPE I ."
-NO CHILDREN WAN I'.
I 11" Hniii \i'i\ Comic,
V \l Dh.V'lbl.li
P < F. IK VNK UGH l BOURN
In a ll ipi ze pei f.iim.i 1 .
6d. od. 1*.
"DOGS HF.AD,"
(mlnrs's Slovil vnd Be.sa>'a Ale.
Hi tils.I by
Meaera KI.AI) IIKOIHI.KS
Limited. Kentlah Town.
London.
Very highly recommended by the
Medical Profeeeion In all paria
of the world a. a a. Tonic a.nd
lnvlgora,tor after fevera. ll la
.n I-... apeclally recommended lo
Nurelntf Mothera. etc.
Sole Agenli
Harold C. M. Johnaon
Cheexpaide.
CABLEGRAMS.
I.'.11 ion, jo. R, It, Etlienugtofi
S111 ill a Canthndgt rowing
I iheh, wlm is ;il. 1 rtntin mi shed
-irg.-on on the si,,ti ,i| s,', Hull-,".
as Hospital, is lying ver
HeiioUhlv ill Hi lit 11 institution, suf.
fennu fiom pneumonocal peiitoa*
II IS.
London, 20. I'm an hour and a
half this morning two suffragette*
had London at their fret. I'hey
asceivded to the caged galleiy a'
tlie top "f the famous monument
on Fi-.li Street Hill, barricaded 'lit
door and lansted then lla^, and fof
a time held the gallery as a citadel
from which they bombarded Bil-
lingsgate with '"Votes for women"
leaflets,
Sofia, 20. The Premier to-day
informed the Sohranka thai the
Bulgarian government had accept*
ed the terms of the last note of die
great powers containing proposal!
for ending the war in Southeastern
E'jrope.
Loud n, 20.Stefanston, ilie
Arctic explorer sailed to day for
New York, where he will spend
three iv< ekl hefoie starting on his
four year expedition to the Arctic
in search of a new continent.
Sacramento, California 20.
Impressed by the violence of tht
popuhtr agitation in Japan agaiael
the proposed anti-alien land legis
lation hy tins state, the leader of
the senate to-day caused further
action on the pending .neasures to
h" referred until next week.
Reports of the strong feeling in
I'okio caused much comment in
the legislature to-day and 1 lie in-
quiries ,is io the effect of the pro-
posed hills upon other alien ietter
rsis in California led to the belief
ihat President Wilson might find
it expedient lo suggest some course
lhal would relieve 1 lie situation
I okio. SO, I Hiring a mass meet-
ing of protest held here last night
Deputy Malsumura urged the dis.
patch of a Japanese fleet to
California as a first step toward
establishing Japanese equality in
the United States.
For Sale.
SECOND HAND BRICKS.
EMPTY SUGAR BARRELS.
J. S. JOHNSON Cc
April 21-13.
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
FUS SELL'S
CONDCNSeO
MILK
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rl
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I II E TRI B l N E
16. Victoria "owe and Viola
Taylor1 ighting in StDismiss-
ed.
, Arabella SinclairLoud shout
ing in heating i>( persons in public
St. Dismissed.
Frederick SinclairAbusive
'^language towards Constable Dig-
jis and Colebrook while m the
execution of their duty12s. or 10
days,
. L.mes ,\. DuncomboLoud
spouting and using pi Fane and
indecent language in sight and
lienrmp of persons in public street
of Grants Town 10s. In default
todays.
A\" EN IT k I MNMEMT WILL
BE GIVEN IN
5. AGNES' SCHOOL ROOM,
TUESDAY APRIL jjnd, .913
IN AID OF I HE FUNDS OF
4 S. AGNES' CHURCH.
floors open 7:30. Commence at 8
Lumber & Shingles
UST RwiivrJ per Schooner i
"Hohfi is and R usvrll." from
Si. James Cily, Florida, a full
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
gles:
1[ \ 10 and 12, i] x 10 and iJ
' of 20 ft. lengths and upwards
,1s .1 ipi I I I ll V.
We have opened up a trade with
the above Port 111 tins commodity.
Buyers would do well to see us
be'fore pun liasi ng nisi w here.
And are also Shippers nl Sisal,
, CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OVT
THE ENTIR.E STOCK
AT GR-EATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
A1 111 1 2. iqi.l-
Cutlery
Shef-
field
,1 ii, e '-- 'i'utenl ol .
U \Z iRa
fable Knives
Pocket Knivi -
Butt ber Knive*,
Bread Knives
Carving S< is in Ce,
. rid
SCInH >-.
I 1 s,,!.- hy
Chas. E Albury.
PLACE V< A U 1 lUDKH
QUICK \S W 1 l".!-. I PUOM
IACTOUY.
SI
J
INGLE Hie ift L Mlhir,
Loll.11 iih1 I la'iii's I hi i n|i 1 r,
Unr-l' 1 H I 'oil) s / \ |-|> i |,i I ii> --.
Call hI Stm ' hiiO , r -,.,ii| ife l i-'i-
ness 111 use.
I". ice I 11 veied 111 \".is-;ni F reighl
and Duty Paid 30/
Will need 30 ila\s to deliver.
C. O. D." C. C SAUNDERS.
East Bay St.
Nassau N. P.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
IHE ROYAL MORE
OUR
Bta
w. A. MATHER.
!"> DF.RTAKER.
DESIRES to inform Ins friends
and ihe Public that be ha
just received 1 compli I outfit i*l
facilities fm ihe business ol an un-
dertaker, which placet him in a
posilii n t 1 cat ry nut Funerals that
may be entrusted t" bit cue v\ nil
system and d< spati li ; and respe t
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