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THL TRIbUN E Cbe tribune Tue.dav April 29. 1913. In Saturday's "Guardian" 'Observer'' puts his finger on what is a serious bar to the progress of the Colony. Our present method of doing business is wrong. We are too much at the mercy of the Commission agents abroad. We have no fault to find with the idea that it would be altogether better for us all, merchants and consumers and producers alike, if we had our own salaried agents for this purpose. The present system is vicious. It sends money away that should circulate here, it gives certain men away a strong grip on our life, and it tends to confine us to specified channels of trade. lhese agents grant credit, and thereby wield a great deal of power over us. # Such a system cannot be erad icatedata stroke. The Chamber of Commerce mav pass resolutions in accoidance with •Observer's" admirable sugges tions, but very soon the present power of the agents will show itself, and the resolutions will fail of fulfilment. But while we say all this, we aie not intimating that "Observes plan is an impossible dream. We look on it as an ideal that can be attained, but we fear that it cannot be attained in the immediate future. It should be kept steadily before us and we should move'steadily towards it. We believe there are men among us who are quietlv stick ing to business and keeping clear of extravagant living |]f our merchants will keep on thus they will secure such balances at theBa*ilc that they will be able to buy and sell in a way to suit them and us, and without hindrance or restriction from outsiders. When a Sufficient numbei have reached that position, they might combine, first t<> help the worthiest among the balance out of bondage, and then, as "Observer"' suggests, to pay representativesabroad todo our business direct with producers there. The Mail steamer "Vigilan cia" arrived in New York, at nine o'clock on Monday in ing. vs id arTbe Motor "Frances E" left this morning for Miami with the following passengers: — Misses Annie Ball, and Ethel Smith ; Mrs. Florence Wood ; Messrs Charles S. Tons. Sydney S. I lolt, William E. Thompson, Paul A. Dampier, Thomas A I i astei [Libert Ring and J others [nj *• In the Supreme Court. April Sessii us : .1.;. Tuesday. 2 |th April. The Court met at 10 a.m. Pre* ni :--l lis I lonour I'. Tudor, Esq., K.C., Chief Justii e; The Hon. I'. C. Wells I'linint. K. C. Attorney General : \V. I.. S. Callender, b sq., 'I he Registrar, The Provost Marshal. Information The King James Sands. Escape, wasca The prisoner tin being raigned pleaded "Guilty." The prisoner, a boy nl about 13 years of age, escaped from the prison at Green I urtle CH) where he had been committed for 2\ da\s. Sentence deferred until p.m Information The King vs. Eva Bullard, Ci ncealment of the birth of her child at Gover nor's Harbour. The accused on being arraign ed pleaded "Not Guilty." Mr. Callender appeared for the accused. Witnesses:— Eva Curry, Daiscilla Demerritt, Alulin Johnson, Druscilla Thompson, Eliz 1 beth Stubbs, I. W II Turner, John B. S. Bethel, Klizabeth Demeritt, Deboiali Demeritt, Amelia Glass, Benson San Is, Dr. A. C. N. Mcllattie, Dr. R. W. Brace, Bern ice Albury, George Demeritt, TalbotBethel. Eva L. Bullard, Josephine Bethel, Christiana New bold, II. O. Wright, Albert N Matthews (ai) The following jury were empanelled. James (>. SHI ds. David Sands, James L. Saunders, \l fred H. Smith, Perec Clan. Victor H. Saunders, Thomas II Smith, Jordan Sands. |;ime, Colebrooke, Albion T. ( Robert H. Sawvei, Kenneth But le.. The trial proceeded. The jurors in waiting discharged until to morrow 10.30 a.m. The Court adjourned at 1 p.m. I he Court resumed its sitting at 2.5 p.m. The boy, James Sands, sentenced to two days imprison ment, then to be placed in the care ol Mr. James Coakley. The trial of Eva Bullard resumed. NOTES FROM GRAND BAHAMA. We see that the Sponge bed here will beclosed iii September, Well we are i 1 y iiecause there is nothing doing here for us to earn mi >ney by during 11 • son. A I < acher is much needed for High Rocks School also W atei Ca\, and I' rec town I Irani in aid S %  >ls No Peacher Can be found here at present. Won't .1 couple nl energetic, upright, young chaps 1111 Nassau or el >ew here I 1 1 >me to our help ? its a pity for young men and Women to grow up nowadays and not be able ty read and write. The children 111 the Eastern I >istri<"i il tins island are grow icy up i Come o\ er .11 nl In lp us for (Sods Soke, %  f Onions are pleni iful here this year. Will the Farmers meel a good demand for I he same in Nassau ? Merchants Encourage the Farmers, and more money will be put into circulation. We hear that Commissioners and their wives are prohibited from keeping shops. We think UCh a law is fair and just. (iood y. ur Excellency, keep your eves open and the l.xecu live Couni il and I louse ol \ sembh will help you, don't fear they are all up and doing now. *W. K Moore. Esq., M. I. A our Representative, .sail right, we have nothing to complain about. J Oui Commissioner, E. A. C. Duncombc, Esq., needs an < Mfice as early as possibly, as the owners of the house now for aii Office is desirous of having it. This should be attended to at once. Whear that J. A. Thompson, Esq., Postmaster Nassau, will soon resign What about C. ') Anderson Esq. (Chief Clerk] will the Government take Ins long and faithful servio into consideration and appoint him Postmaster? He has acted on several rccasions, and gave thorough satisfaction, furthermore he knows more about the Post Office business, from long experience, than any one else. Nassau N. P. 28th ApHI 1913, To the Editor of the Tribune Dear Sil In jour issue of the at tli inst. Chas O. Anderson Esq. Junior Member from the W Stern I'IStrict, attempted to justiB himself for supporting the Health Bill, IIOM before the I louse ol Assembly ; and hvei unw 1 e K asked .1 quest ion rel •' ive to the 1 3 *' ites cast in la\uir of the Bill and the in Mt against N'n 1 ">ir. I do ii"t know if I .mi qualified to ans 1 1 the gei tleman : but I slml make the rlll'inpl ; but todo s ,. I must first Hsk and Htiswei .1 '|uestiou, via*. 1! iw iv.mv Minds ere iesp nisil le f •! il. -• M \ ties • \u r \':out t The) are not planning oppi sin but are mustl\ bl M M loliin\ 11 > 11| the inastei wlyi | Thank G ail. and that we he it no map his Const iti e is and the public ge iei.illy. A • ha >e li.i I enough soft soa| 111;: .ilreail\ and I deem that ppistl • '.on slippery for your read* 1 to digest ; following \b Anderson's letter clause elan it do we g itber that as a 1 resen tat ive of tiepeople he did not insun iheir interest but only th i' of ins .,wn. 1 will ask MrJ Anderso 1 if h can ch n. the I HI t that lie w .ixoiiiinanded to he and appear 1' the meeting of the House on fhurs(\.w in dit to vote in favour of t ie Hill, a ter pro n sin : hisoonStitU< n s not to i, pe 11 I main'11 the In t th it it is the duty 1 f .1 well organized government to look alter its people's health. How long has tins Colony exited under the "( )ld Bill,' 1 and from what infectious diseases have these islands bei 11 subject* ed and are still subjected, since the introduction of the said "Old Bill" ? if none, 1 deem this present introduction a matter of imposition to enforce such stringent measures upon th.; people. I would again ask Mr.



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! HI: WE IK *RN THUOPCiH si'|-KKR1N(i Men learn through p;iin, and the suffer. • 'i-i ""f ill'hody prei edes the struggle "f the soul. It took the bloody veais I <'.>ii Bull Run .HI d \ppomatto* Court house to prove the moral and 11 mercial sin of slavery Crucifixion, the arena and stake were necessan to convince the world Unit what WHS worth dying for was probabh worth living for. The trampling of the fields of the |mor in due time brings forthits guillotine ind the bl I [ought freedom of a new re public; and taxUrtion without representation means Hun Hill. Sanitation does not precede a national plague. It follows it, became the plague teaches us lesson after abstrwci reas i \ina has failed The law required life preservers, but it took the awful holocaust of the Nlocum tn enfon e the iaw City oidinn rrywhere demanded public doors that winjr outward, but until th. h ., is fire those ordinances were unheeded. Vesterda^ ships sailed from port to port with lifeboats piti< I"'') i> :.ui-. I'o-morrow the* will shade the deck of even steamei in abundance until Hie groans and cries from thesirick'' ' itanic are forgotten, and then once more a lesson must he taught tn H suffering world not yet intelligent enough to Iran c.\( ept illroulib [MI in. Anderson if ive ;nv not in line Fai .i> health is concerned, with any othei pi ll e, and are we not as civilized, probably more so than mam ? I as one ol the agitators and an elector appear 01 this see le, and am en deavouring to enlighten, not to inflame, my fellow citizens end electors I agree with Mr. Anderson that we are a quiet and law abiding people and whose OIKI, in tins resp 1 1 it would be hard to find, but I must I iv the "provision" of the "Laid aside Bill" is the "political agitator and iiillam-i." I deny the Fai 1 that the Hdi was misrepresented 111 N < 1111 Editorial. I ask your good reader ,m I the thoughtful people of this community t> '^vn this theii earnest consideration : The thir teen members who voted in 1.1vour of the Hill were Composed as follows ; seven were members of the committee, four members of Council, and last, hut not least, two of the poor man's reI prescntatives, viz. : Messrs Anderson and Bowen shame on them. N L are getting r-e^pei ite over the preseu %  rondilion of things, and have de< ided that we /ill not continue t work f"i a Mint under the new ontl 1 We woul 1 therefore respe tfi advise, whoever the new (a tractor may he. to see that the) get fiiough for 1 he new work to en ible them i.< increase our pay substantially, and save us from the grinding starvation wage we now rece V^nis liumbh and truthfullv STRKETSWEEPERS. st.lt.'s. \T Uy r %  1 l.ii I m 1 lv %  V i I • \ 1 1 I ii., 1 i>i ing tin 11 into close* relations. %  'ii p • I i e>r •• a ifea lie ; % %  s ii would ihM'g n t •' • 11 -; • \C.I.1.,K \M\ a constituent I will tiv to influence others noi to in ,-•• m explanati in ttpm Mr. Anderson either iiidivi luallyorc >llectiveIv after knowing the n iture r>| the Bill and considering who m ived m favoui of the sam • In conclusion Sir, I w oil I isk Mr Anders >n lo remi mh n Sir "Ralph the Ro 1 r" and "The ape Rock." I am sir. voin s truh THE IMCHCAPE BELL Dear Mr. Editor : Will you kin llv allow us. humble 'ii/rns of this great Empire, which prides itself on j Justij • and Pairplay to have a WOrd m your independent and' impartial Journal ? We are streenweepers and WS are paid for our work only ten shillings per week. Upon' this, most of us have familiesj have to live, and some have to pay rent. The prices on the in -sines of life have increased. Can sou see how we possibly e\:st r Hut it has come to tins Sir, we la nilon, -"7. IJ"th in set speech1 ,.s ,,ii(| ih< u ra i IIM s|> ,1 ken at t<>!,l ,,. mi 1 liiitf I in,American So. jCielx of ni'ei n 111' %  •1.1I Law inaiii1 .11.< I ilwii the I nred Stat, s was iumlei i,n %  1 1 i as i-11 .is internal ion. I..I JihanAiou 1 %  submit the Paula , iinal toils controversy to arbitration i .,, tt-av le-'d by several of the • peakers ih >t coug'fH should .uti s p ml to him by iIi 1-1-. ie "Hs a warm perSO I I IfgB'd and regret it 1.1.11 .. ; ... .ii; Far horn the com |i 1 %  1'.i-n.('iv Httteodant upon %  t. 1. %  (• t ..1 retirement from office. 1 Ii i't iiii-iits "f his hosts were rxiM..vi by |"s ph H. Cheats, uh Insi 1 regretfully : • I,.; in n.is -,-,t many imbas sad us, and will send many amhasSidors. I5ut there sonly one Bryce in the list. I. 11 I 111, 27 The Bali of the Pmllipa collection eomprhdnn I.• my 1 wo paintings and draw nigs, realized the high total <>f $204,110 t'-div, about hal' of which amount $100,800, stands to Ida 1 le.M "I %  < sni-d" pictuie, Ih it is Gainsborotiglm "M.irkst Cart." London, 27.—King George thi ., 1 fi-i 11.">ii ^ ive ins b*nedi< 1 ii H to the \ntfln \niei I,: HI celebration "I Hie orntennary ol peace between the iintish brripira „nd the United Cardiff, 2 "V •• f %  .1 women R. 1 P." .,•, %  1 on H bomb fiium I this .11.11 nin i I'llrnlinan 01. ttie door step at i-' %  '"•• lBrtiik in ilncity I lie fuee ntt ich" d In ih I oinli ,\ n burning i* lien 11 as ;-r \ 11. nd w.is extinguished l 1 he |u, man, Berlin, 27 |i js um unced that the g. Id reser-e m ihe imperial 11 ink has read ed f 1 '.000. for (he in t tin nrd, ^:'r : • ; F0 S S E LL'S CO NDt*' %  > t M I L LB • %  ''/' • y s ? %  .• -I (V. %  !„.:> A /a^, a000 USE OF LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN rout PARTicuLane WRITK BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCNOOI EIGHTH 110 ME. IT. LOUIS, MP AMBITION TALK8 Fitly of tha now fimoui aniclra bound In book foro— paaiaboard covtra—<4 ;." with an Inaplrtng monay-makln* auffKoallon on ach paaa. Mallad pianaid. tSc. llu.lnraa Publl.hla* Oo. .lib sad em. ita. %  1. Loula. Ha.



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Ill' I RIUU would not only ha pleasant lull successful. After tin* Mr. Thompson, J.P.j held the audience foi about twenty minutes, speaking from three important t< pics : — Education, Agriculture and Emigration ; after which the Ring ng ol the \ itional Anthem brought the meeting to a close. Youra truly, %  \N KVE-W1 TNESS, LOST. Y ESTERD K\ afternoon in the | Grounds oi Addingtnn I louse — A Ladies Gold Double Case | Watch with chat eta ne. Reward, i Leave at "Tribune" < D Don't Wear a Truss! FTFR THIRTY YEARS' IXPIRIINCf. I HIVE PRODUCED AN APPtlANCE FOR MEN. WOMEN OR CMIUMKN THAT CURES RUPTURE. I SEND IT ON TRIAL If 00 have tried must everything else, come to me. \\ lure others l.nl it where I have my greatest succesi Send attached coupon today and I wB send you, free, my illustrated bool Rupture and Its Cure, showing Appliance and fan pi names ol many pi ipfe who h it and are extr> % % % %  I III. It it m=tant relief where .il! Others Remember, I use no salve ness, tV KOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWE1 1 IKG 11( (USE w ith b itli room tached and all out dooi convi iences including a lank. Last Street, South, opposite Nassau PrisoA, i Apply to JOS. LAING Blue Hill St. South THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STOKE O l'R "Royal" Household Brand Flour selling at 2d. pence per lb. ami 30s. per bag of 196 lbs. "(golden Star Floui 2 lbs for J$d. and "Laurel Hi md" Flour" a lb* for 3 ^1. Centennial Floui per ba Pigs Feetin Vinegat .it ji. per lb. Brown Sugai nl ajd par lb. Our rice white and clean, beat in town sell i 11 i at 4F.RS&Co. Nassau N. P. • Bahamas. April 15th 1913. 1 h C. t. Br;<.ks, .10 hn Vfn Cuinr Ruptuir for oner 30 yejrt. If Ruptursd, write him iotLy. I make it to your measure and send it to you ->n I tisfact-'ol OT DMMey refnnde-1. and 1 huva pat in •0 low that anybody, rich or poor.can buy it. I send it on trial to prove what I say in true. You are the lads'* ami. onoa ImvinK seen my Illustrated oook andraad If, \.uwiil be as enthusiastic as my thousand* "f patients whoso letters aieon Bis la in\ FILL OUT FREE COUPON BELOW AND POST TODAY Pottog* 2** /•"• '.' ''-. /'> r .5, t FREE INFORMATION COUPON i B. BROOKS, I0BS S:.ite St. Marshall, M inican. 17. S. A. Please send me by t> art, in plain wrapper. your lllustinted Hook and full information | .ur Appliance for the cure .if rupture Name • I • per New Opportunity To Make Money Wonderful discovery. A new, scientific process of photography with a world of moncy-m.il.inK opportunity for ambitious men with small capital and Absolutely fMo Eapcrionce. Investigate Today the "MANDEL" Post Card Machine A flntlhf and one minute Manuel" printiag. .tylcs of .-r'-il m.uliinr Hi il I ikes delivers onii I I hol.x i — riafct on (he spot. '.• % %  tbc new I 'Hi without plates, films The ma, Inn'nt.iars live diflftvnt pirtores in ihire si7*-s post cafda, *x4S locbes; miniatnn post carda, .'*i Incbesi and one inch Makes portraits, group*, scenes.. .,,„ Photo post cnrtls are popular e nv b. rj B s „,... MM .mallI rn *ndcUI -cverytl!t-rr IIill ,-why not your Mruai.l. f I MB* %  "">, *$tll£0<> In -i Moiitlis* Simmons, oorsia, write." I make $10 a day." tope* !>" T. ",."'"''* : "">''''' S58I profit in three months." Hundred. ..f similar letter, on Sic B. on. minute S po.. card pWoto.r.ph.r." Price of. 126.00. I 'n.S-2 post U.OOeatra. Tins ontBt Includes ewythln* necessary t.. -tart this big paunii rour own. Conn '""h outfit—you l>ein work at once, leof vonr first supplies practically gives you tank your entire oriiiinal investni'nt. Write today for complete free information. A* The Chicago Ferrotype Company, 110 F.rrotyp. Buildio.. CHICAGO. 1U-. U. S. A. •\ VY i,,v..oi .o.l .HI rxtei siv'r SUM :k of H \VAX \ ClCJ.AUS. ll..i;.nti-i<.m 111 il lid l mo ss we h.-ivp nifi i'li III 'i.'' |. -i >'•'"!" i'-'-""-h' 1 ntlytoeap >-\ I i. S\( NDKRS Jt ( o. I', i' Sri el PLACE YOUR ORDER Ql'ICK AS WE GET FROM FACTORY. S INGLE Breast Collar, and Collar nrxl Hames, 1 an Colour, Horse or Pony sis* Wi l> Harness. CHII .'it Store and see Sample Harness in use. Price delivered in Nassau Freight and Duly F'ai.l Will need 30 davs tn deliver. C. O D. C/C.S VUNDERS. East Bay St. Nassau N, P. REPUDIATION T ill-', public are heuhv warned that I will not hr responsible foi any debts contracted in any wav by Alice Mlanche Baillon. CHAS II. BAIL LOU. Why import Butter from New York? It costs more than sorts, per ll>. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter I at 4.jets. j>er lb. and weight guarante d^ NEW YORK HOUSE NOTICE T~*i 11^ is i.. 111! inn uy f'i 1 and lli I'nlii-.in • il...t I h i\. Mullf llirsi >li li'J -111 ri.illl S II I 1 VVliarl ieuf" Cutlery Lumber &Shingles a fine axvii 1 inent of i R \ZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Bull her Kn Bread Knives. Car. OIL: Sets in Cases. and SCISSORS. for sale, by Chas. E. Albury. J wuiiams Shoes Are BETTER USI R rcivcid psr St 1.1 •I.IIIT "Roberts ivnJ Rvissell ." f. 0111 Si. Jsmei Ciiy. FloriUiv, full ass, rim. 01 of l.uiTiber and SbinglMI 1 1 x 10 and 12. I| X I id 12 of j 1 ft, lengths -md upwards as a ipecia b y. \\, !i,i\. penecj up 1 with the above I*.• 11 in 11 %  1 1 iimmodi '. rJuyem would iln .n 10 sei b. lure purchasing • 1 .where. And are also Shippers of sisal. CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO. A raceis no better than its women ANNA E. RAE. |>U< H'lHI' 1 Rl SS ( d The'.' .; indluBznMarche T he r. '.or r f/ Closing Sale <>( Sossms Goods. Hlifh Cl..s iiiiodi .. 1 very reduced pi Ices lir.s UIIIMI liisli l.ivt-es nnd I.I..-HI..I A few very seloct Iris!. Laos Hsli, -xtjulilo tle(lf;ns OfisKs crepes vsiil\ Luces 10 match. Ii.lv llnnd Embrr Idereil Rolics tvr\.i '> ,\ .i-. 2 5 per cent off. Irish Lineita, Whllo nd Coloured. S'riped I


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> %  a 03 a. ST o CO Nv lllvis .MIIII. ins jvrore in vcrba mai'istri. Being bound lo snear to the DoiimM of no Master. VOL. X. v>'.s,.u. N. P., Buhe.mAS, 1 \jei.da.y. April 29. 191V No. 1 >* LKO.N : I HI '. I II, in 1 i >. % %  V K i % %  u : ,, \i v UKi: r STKBRT i \\ ''.. : : M Hi IM lU.I-dli-.D D Ml M nl.n, Veiliie-.lrfX .Hi'! F t(lM) I r uesda). I'ii i %  •' &f%  ting11.-.i|i\ • id •Veekl* JS'I I.I iihh i %  )|HI •'" I V ... •• %  I • l,,i'V"..|v ... Bs. Vftany ''" PAY A W R IN i l>V A VCF. Advertising B it i line fin in i in %  rtion : Ihree ; r.,i ie i inseitio • low ime for subsequi i lions Advertisement I lines .)••. HI i\'. HOI St I IF \XSEMBLY. Tuesd 'V I-".vcni TIU. 2-'IKI Apiill I'M3 'i iif | |i '].. %  in-! RCCI i ding t irnmenl. PRI .: :The Honourable the K'T ft (d. Mr. Adderley moved ihni the pMition of |iTi'ini-iii Rahming |,i i\ing lur ihe refund ol Dui) o %  certain material Imported by him ;is ontractor f,, u ij Speaker from (he Committee reported that the I ommittee had R< ne through Hie Kill making numerous amendments therein. On motion of Dr. Culmer the Rill relating lo Lepers was read n second time And committed to a committee <>l the whole House. The Deputy Speakei Irom the Committee reported that it bad gone through the Hill making two amendments therein. On motion of afr, Mali olm the Hill to consolidate and amend the law relating to Electric Light and | ''III' l-ll.'i 'i si I'M .\ ill %  %  i i .v.-is iend I inn' iin i ( ..' COlinTl 11l' • %  of ihe huh' 11 >use. I iii 11 i r fmm tin i." 'in HI 11 lee re pi in > d rh i it hi tini uuii tinhiii xv i 1 iii'in in.11, jug MM. ipll'S thei in. On nl Mr, MiU olm I'.ilI t %  • amend "l"' Pi n*ions Ac! II I 11 '• and committed t< iiu e i I lie XX I, r i || .11". I he IVpui] ~i> k ei fr ihe Committee .•;> %  II t f< I lhal ii had K through ihe Dill without muking i Is I ii < hi mi | lb ,;<•. % %  .nl; HI ned Palim tlo Point, .|H i %  i I, i'ii3. The I'.lnoi ol I Lie Inbi %  I Sll, Oil tire evening ol rH tfntJiirm, a large ci wd gathered in the Public school MMin .it Palmetto Point, wlien an Vddicss "I V\elcome was rend and presented 10 Li. \. A11 X.ls IlltlOllll in 1 lie audit nee • '•' I'"t) I hoinpson, l'.-i|., I P., \\ 0 s.i nl he ha l kni >wn ih ne 1 m issioiu r l"i many years, %  ml ilml he fell Miie ins iruii "i .nl biratioii would tenil iii ihe HdvHi.cement "f the entfie i 'istrici. I le also said that, apai 1 fmm h s ihiniy and ex pei mm i' is a C mmisi >ner, Mr. .A 1 bin > \x.is qu ie .in ii.ih'iity on the inn lei o method* %  i agi icull ure mid thai Ins k m ceislul expei imr nts at Long Island Ii >l won him a name. The Address which was read bj Mr. S. u I In iriipwu, is as fo low s: — t ,. \. AI bury, Esq., CulllllllsMolli'l Dear Sir, We hen to inform you that the news ol your assignment to the Governors Harbour District; was l"\ fully received by the inhabit' Slits ol this settlement. We remember youi acting a p. pointment to this District sixteen i us sgo. It was entirely too ihori fm vou to become full) • quamted with the whole of youi District, or to plan any great scheme foi improvement in any of the out stations. It is not there* Ime fiom 1I1 ipp iii tn <-nt th.it 1 e li.iv>' %  ii :inl an opin rl nl Vim, \i's has ;' ched us of 1 able II anner in w It %  h y n discharged x', HI dutii mi one 1 HI \ iiu l.i~i two stall" s I .mm sj.i'.iKs loudl; of you 1 al ling Island. \W h i v nf youi unliruig %  neigv I>I |ire ich ing .• •_; r n ulture ihere ; • I t he si ccessful experiments you ctri n ami of tinmost praisewoithy in inner m u la 'Ii you n Bliaged alfaus rlii 1 ing, and nflei 1 lit* di>.tsIII ins Inn 1 < 111 >" MI 1 1 VV have heard of 1 %  ;i nl improvements made by you nl i • \, .11 il of Ihe gi'at appiei 1 1I1011 ol youi sei vici s I I o-dty Imils VMII in ou* mids 1 ; snd from 1 he 1* 't 'om or our be we -K cord ) u .1 he i) •' ^'iiui s.i vices B re great | ne ded here. Palmetto Point has I lets favoured than some ol • ur sis. lei sell lements. Only lately di'l n begin to pull out of the n We want to make progress. We are all fat mars, and tru-t vx e 1 n! taking any undue credii l 1 0 us, ives when we say that we are industrious, VVe have u en sen. ously handicapped by the b id condition of ojr roads \ glance at them will, we believe, convince Sou nl this. We trust you will give this matter your careful con si Irrai i on and do all you can to further our interests. We heanily invite any suggestions you may ih t<> make in agricultural, and other lines: nnd promise you out support in any schema >you may plan f"i ll a ad vancement of our settlement. F, O THOMPSt IN, W\l. A. BE'I Mil-. \VM. N. KNOWLtS, and 88 otheis. The Commissioner on receiving this Addiess expressed Ins warmest thanks for "t, and said that while he had found it hard to tear away from Long Cay it was most gratifyir g '" find sw h a \\.m<\ welcome at Palmetto Point, In concluding Ins reu arks hi said thai with sueh heart N co-op. eration as the people nl 1' ilmetto Point had promised him, his woi It fContinued on fourth pa in n em 1 % % %  IIU 1 1


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Being bound lo snear to the DoiimM of no Master.
VOL. X.
v>'.s,.u. N. P., Buhe.mAS, 1 \jei.da.y. April 29. 191V
No. 1 >*
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PAY A W R IN i l>V A VCF.
Advertising B it i line
fin in i in rtion : Ihree ;
r.,i ie i inseitio low
ime for subsequi i lions
Advertisement I lines .).
Hi i\'. HOI St I IF \xsembly.
Tuesd 'V I-".vcnitiu.
2-'ikI Apiill I'M3
'i iif | |i '].. in-! rcci i ding t '
irnmenl.
Pri .: :- The Honourable the
K'T ft (d.
Mr. Adderley moved ihni the
pMition of |iTi'ini-iii Rahming
|,i i\ing lur ihe refund ol Dui) o
certain material Imported by him
;is ontractor f \\'i. k .it Androa In n ferred to a
i committee,
Mr. Hi in- ii oved, in amendment,
thai ihe raid pe ition be nol so re-
fern d ; on I he question being put
ii passed in Hit- nffiimative.
Ri solved, therefore, 11"t the laid
petition be not so refevri d.
On motion "I Dr. Calmer the
Houm again resolved ittell into a
i mmittee "I the whole House on
the Hill i" make provision foi se-
curing the Public Health.
I !. | >,, uij Speaker from (he
Committee reported that the I om-
mittee had r< ne through Hie Kill
making numerous amendments
therein.
On motion of Dr. Culmer the
Rill relating lo Lepers was read n
second time And committed to a
committee <>l the whole House.
The Deputy Speakei Irom the
Committee reported that it bad
gone through the Hill making two
amendments therein.
On motion of afr, Mali olm the
Hill to consolidate and amend the
law relating to Electric Light and
| ''III' l-ll.'i 'i si
I'm .\ ill. i i .v.-is iend
I inn' iin i ( ..' COlinTl 11-
l' of ihe huh' 11 >use.
I iii 11 i r fmm tin
i." 'in hi 11 lee re pi in > d rh i it hi
" tini uuii tin- hiii xv i1 iii'in
in.11, jug mm. ipll'S thei in.
On nl Mr, MiU olm '
I'.ilI t amend "l"' Pi n*ions Ac!
ii I 11 ' and
committed t< iiu e i I lie
XX I, r i || .11".
I he IVpui] ~i> 'kei fr..... ihe
Committee .;> iitf K...... through ihe Dill without
muking i Is I ii
< hi mi | lb ,;<. .nl; hi ned
Palim tlo Point,
.|H i i I, i'ii3.
The I'.lnoi ol I Lie Inbi
I Sll,
Oil tire evening ol rH tfntJii-
rm, a large ci wd gathered in the
Public school MMin .it Palmetto
Point, wlien an Vddicss "I V\el-
come was rend and presented 10
Li. \. A11 I lie X. I .lllil. I-sImIIi I >X.ls IlltlOllll
in 1 lie audit nee ''' I'"- t)
I hoinpson, l'.-i|., I P., \\.0 s.inl he
ha l kni >wn ih ne 1 ......m issioiu r
l"i many years, ml ilml he fell
Miie ins iruii "i .nl.......biratioii
would tenil iii ihe HdvHi.cement "f
the entfie i 'istrici. I le also said
that, apai 1 fmm h s ihiniy and
ex pei mm i' is a C mmisi >ner, Mr.
.A 1 bin > \x.is qu ie .in ii.ih'iity on
the inn lei o method* i agi icull ure
mid thai Ins km ceislul expei imr nts
at Long Island Ii >l won him a
name.
The Address which was read
bj Mr. S. u I In iriipwu, is as fo .
low s:
t',. \. AI bury, Esq.,
CulllllllsMolli'l .
Dear Sir,
We hen to inform you that the
news ol your assignment to the
Governors Harbour District; was
l"\ fully received by the inhabit'
Slits ol this settlement.
We remember youi acting a p.
pointment to this District sixteen
i us sgo. It was entirely too
ihori fm vou to become full)
quamted with the whole of youi
District, or to plan any great
scheme foi improvement in any of
the out stations. It is not there*
Ime fiom 1I1 ipp iii tn <-nt
th.it 1 e li.iv>- ' ii :inl an opin rl
nl Vim,
\i's has ;' ched us of 1 able
II anner in w It h y n discharged
x', hi dutii mi one 1 hi
\ iiu l.i~i two stall" s I .mm
sj.i'.iKs loudl; of you 1 '
al ling Island. \W h i v
nf youi unliruig neigv i>i |ire ich
ing . _; r n ulture ihere ; I t he si c-
cessful experiments you ctri n
ami of tin- most praisewoithy
in inner m u la 'Ii you n Bliaged al-
faus rlii 1 ing, and nflei 1 lit* di>.ts-
III ins Inn 1 < 111 >" mI 1' 1
VV have heard of 1 ;i nl im-
provements made by you nl i
\, .11 il of Ihe gi'at appiei 1 1I1011
ol youi sei vici s I
I o-dty Imils vmii in ou* mids 1 ;
snd from 1 he 1*'t'om or our be
we -K cord ) u .1 he i) '
^'iiui s.i vices b re great | ne ded
here. Palmetto Point has I
lets favoured than some ol ur sis.
lei sell lements. Only lately di'l
n begin to pull out of the n
We want to make progress. We
are all fat mars, and tru-t vx e
1 n! taking any undue credii l 1
0 us, ives when we say that we are
industrious, VVe have u en sen.
ously handicapped by the b id con-
dition of ojr roads \ glance at
them will, we believe, convince
Sou nl this. We trust you will
give this matter your careful con
si Irraiion and do all you can to
further our interests.
We heanily invite any sugges-
tions you may ih t<> make in
agricultural, and other lines: nnd
promise you out support in any
schema >you may plan f"i ll a ad
vancement of our settlement.
F, O THOMPSt IN,
W\l. A. BE'I Mil-.
\VM. N. KNOWLtS,
and 88 otheis.
The Commissioner on receiving
this Addiess expressed Ins warm-
est thanks for "t, and said that
while he had found it hard to tear
away from Long Cay it was most
gratifyir g '" find sw h a \\.m<\
welcome at Palmetto Point,
In concluding Ins reu arks hi
said thai with sueh heartn co-op.
eration as the people nl 1' ilmetto
Point had promised him, his woi It
fContinued on fourth pa
.....in n em 1 iiu 1
1


THL TRIbUNE
Cbe tribune
Tue.dav April 29. 1913.
In Saturday's "Guardian"
'Observer'' puts his finger on
what is a serious bar to the pro-
gress of the Colony. Our present
method of doing business is
wrong. We are too much at the
mercy of the Commission agents
abroad.
We have no fault to find with
the idea that it would be alto-
gether better for us all, mer-
chants and consumers and pro-
ducers alike, if we had our own
salaried agents for this purpose.
The present system is vicious.
It sends money away that should
circulate here, it gives certain
men away a strong grip on our
life, and it tends to confine us
to specified channels of trade.
lhese agents grant credit, and
thereby wield a great deal of
power over us.
# Such a system cannot be erad
icatedata stroke. The Cham-
ber of Commerce mav pass reso-
lutions in accoidance with
Observer's" admirable sugges
tions, but very soon the present
power of the agents will show
itself, and the resolutions will
fail of fulfilment.
But while we say all this, we
aie not intimating that "Obser-
ves plan is an impossible
dream. We look on it as an
ideal that can be attained, but
we fear that it cannot be attain-
ed in the immediate future. It
should be kept steadily before
us and we should move'steadily
towards it.
We believe there are men
among us who are quietlv stick
ing to business and keeping
clear of extravagant living. |]f
our merchants will keep on thus
they will secure such balances
at theBa*ilc that they will be
able to buy and sell in a way to
suit them and us, and without
hindrance or restriction from
outsiders. When a Sufficient
numbei have reached that posi-
tion, they might combine, first
t<> help the worthiest among the
balance out of bondage, and
then, as "Observer"' suggests, to
pay representativesabroad todo
our business direct with pro-
ducers there.
The Mail steamer "Vigilan
cia" arrived in New York, at
nine o'clock on Monday in
ing.
vs
id
ar-
Tbe Motor "Frances E" left
this morning for Miami with
the following passengers:
Misses Annie Ball, and Ethel
Smith ; Mrs. Florence Wood ;
Messrs Charles S. Tons. Sydney
S. I lolt, William E. Thompson,
Paul A. Dampier, Thomas A
I i astei [Libert Ring and j
others [nj
*
In the Supreme Court.
April Sessii us : .1.;.
Tuesday. 2 |th April.
The Court met at 10 a.m.
Pre* ni :--l lis I lonour I'.
Tudor, Esq., K.C., Chief Justii e;
The Hon. I'. C. Wells I'linint.
K. C. Attorney General : \V. I..
S. Callender, b sq., 'I he Regis-
trar, The Provost Marshal.
Information The King
James Sands. Escape, wasca
The prisoner tin being
raigned pleaded "Guilty."
The prisoner, a boy nl about
13 years of age, escaped from
the prison at Green I urtle Ch)
where he had been committed
for 2\ da\s.
Sentence deferred until p.m
Information The King vs.
Eva Bullard, Ci ncealment of
the birth of her child at Gover
nor's Harbour.
The accused on being arraign
ed pleaded "Not Guilty."
Mr. Callender appeared for
the accused.
Witnesses: Eva Curry, Dai-
scilla Demerritt, Alulin John-
son, Druscilla Thompson, Eliz 1
beth Stubbs, I. W II Turner,
John B. S. Bethel, Klizabeth
Demeritt, Deboiali Demeritt,
Amelia Glass, Benson San Is,
Dr. A. C. N. Mcllattie, Dr. R.
W. Brace, Bern ice Albury,
George Demeritt, TalbotBethel.
Eva L. Bullard, Josephine Be-
thel, Christiana New bold, II.
O. Wright, Albert N Matthews
(ai)
The following jury were em-
panelled. James (>. Shi ds. David
Sands, James L. Saunders, \l
fred H. Smith, Perec Clan.
Victor H. Saunders, Thomas II
Smith, Jordan Sands. |;ime,
Colebrooke, Albion T. (
Robert H. Sawvei, Kenneth
But le..
The trial proceeded.
The jurors in waiting dis-
charged until to morrow 10.30
a.m.
The Court adjourned at 1
p.m.
I he Court resumed its sitting
at 2.5 p.m.
The boy, James Sands, sen-
tenced to two days imprison
ment, then to be placed in the
care ol Mr. James Coakley.
The trial of Eva Bullard re-
sumed.
NOTES FROM GRAND
BAHAMA.
We see that the Sponge bed
here will beclosed iii September,
Well we are i 1 y iiecause there
is nothing doing here for us to
earn mi >ney by during 11
son.
A I < acher is much needed
for High Rocks School also
W atei Ca\, and I' rec town
I Irani in aid S >ls
No Peacher Can be found here
at present. Won't .1 couple nl
energetic, upright, young chaps
1111 Nassau or el >ew here I 1 1 >me
to our help ? its a pity for young
men and Women to grow up
nowadays and not be able ty
read and write. The children 111
the Eastern I >istri<"i il tins isl-
and are grow icy up i
Come o\ er .11 nl In lp us for
(Sods Soke,
f
Onions are pleni iful here this
year. Will the Farmers meel a
good demand for I he same in
Nassau ?
Merchants Encourage the
Farmers, and more money will
be put into circulation.
We hear that Commissioners
and their wives are prohibited
from keeping shops. We think
UCh a law is fair and just.
(iood y. ur Excellency, keep
your eves open and the l.xecu
live Couni il and I louse ol \ -
sembh will help you, don't fear
they are all up and doing now.
*-
W. K Moore. Esq., M. I. A .
our Representative, .sail right,
we have nothing to complain
about.
J
Oui Commissioner, E. A. C.
Duncombc, Esq., needs an < Mfice
as early as possibly, as the
owners of the house now
for aii Office is desirous of hav-
ing it. This should be attended
to at once.
W- hear that J. A. Thompson,
Esq., Postmaster Nassau, will
soon resign What about C. ')
Anderson Esq. (Chief Clerk]
will the Government take Ins
long and faithful servio into
consideration and appoint him
Postmaster? He has acted on
several rccasions, and gave
thorough satisfaction, further-
more he knows more about the
Post Office business, from long
experience, than any one else.
Nassau N. P.
28th ApHI 1913,
To the Editor of the Tribune
Dear Sil
In jour issue of the at tli inst.
Chas O. Anderson Esq. Junior
Member from the W Stern I'is-
trict, attempted to justiB him-
self for supporting the Health
Bill, iiom before the I louse ol
Assembly ; and h- vei unw 1 e
K asked .1 quest ion rel ' ive to
the 1 3 *' ites cast in la\uir of
the Bill and the in Mt against
N'n 1 ">ir. I do ii"t know if I
.mi qualified to ans 1 1 the
gei tleman : but I slml make
the rlll'inpl ; but todo s ,. I must
first Hsk and Htiswei .1 '|uestiou,
via*. 1! iw iv.mv Minds ere ies-
p nisil le f ! il. - m \ ties
\u r \':out t The) are
not planning oppi sin but are
mustl\ blmm loliin\ 11 > 11| the
inastei wlyi |
Thank G eir efforts to
save US, 111.iv pre> ail. and that
we he it no m obno .ions Health Bill.
Yi ins verv irulv,
FROM Ml WESTERN
DISTRICT.
Till". STRINGENT HEALTH
BILL
Editor Ti ibui
Sir. In your issue of Saturday l
date I .'..,-, nmusi d after read'
ing n lei 1 1 over the big lature
of Chas (). Anderson, who is
endeav 'tiring to soft M>ap his
Constiti e is and the public ge i-
ei.illy. A ha >e li.i I enough
soft soa| 111;: .ilreail\ and I deem
that ppistl '.on slippery for your
read* 1 to digest ; following
\b Anderson's letter clause
elan it do we g itber that
as a 1 resen tat ive of tie- peo-
ple he did not insun iheir inte-
rest but only th i' of ins .,wn. 1
will ask MrJ Anderso 1 if h can
ch n. the I hi t that lie w .ixoiii-
inanded to he and appear 1' the
meeting of the House on fhurs-
(\.w in dit to vote in favour of
t ie Hill, a ter pro n sin : hisoon-
StitU< n s not to i, pe 11 I main-
'11 the In t th it it is the duty
1 f .1 well organized government
to look alter its people's health.
How long has tins Colony ex-
ited under the "( )ld Bill,'1 and
from what infectious diseases
have these islands bei 11 subject*
ed and are still subjected, since
the introduction of the said
"Old Bill" ? if none, 1 deem this
present introduction a matter of
imposition to enforce such
stringent measures upon th.;
people. I would again ask Mr.


! HI:
WE IK *RN THUOPCiH si'|-KKR1N(i
Men learn through p;iin, and the suffer.
'i-i ""f ill'- hody prei edes the struggle "f the
soul.
It took the bloody veais I...... <'.>ii Bull
Run .hid \ppomatto* Court house to prove the moral and 11
mercial sin of slavery
Crucifixion, the arena and stake were necessan to convince
the world Unit what whs worth dying for was probabh worth
living for.
The trampling of the fields of the |mor in due time brings
forthits guillotine ind the bl.....I [ought freedom of a new re
public; and taxUrtion without representation means Hun
Hill.
Sanitation does not precede a national plague. It follows
it, became the plague teaches us lesson after abstrwci reas i \ina
has failed
The law required life preservers, but it took the awful
holocaust of the Nlocum tn enfon e the iaw
City oidinn rrywhere demanded public doors that
winjr outward, but until th. h ., is fire those ordinances were
unheeded.
Vesterda^ ships sailed from port to port with lifeboats piti<
I"'') i> :.ui-. I'o-morrow the* will shade the deck of even
steamei in abundance until Hie groans and cries from thesirick-
'' ' itanic are forgotten, and then once more a lesson must he
taught tn h suffering world not yet intelligent enough to Iran
c.\( ept illroulib [miin.
Anderson if ive ;nv not in line
Fai .i> health is concerned,
with any othei pi ll e, and are
we not as civilized, probably
more so than mam ? I as one ol
the agitators and an elector ap-
pear 01 this see le, and am en
deavouring to enlighten, not to
inflame, my fellow citizens end
electors I agree with Mr. Ander-
son that we are a quiet and law
abiding people and whose *
oikI, in tins resp 11, it would be
hard to find, but I must I iv
the "provision" of the "Laid
aside Bill" is the "political agi-
tator and iiillam-i." I deny the
Fai 1 that the Hdi was misrepre-
sented 111 n < 1111 Editorial.
I ask your good reader ,m I
the thoughtful people of this
community t> '^vn this theii
earnest consideration : The thir
teen members who voted in 1.1-
vour of the Hill were Composed
as follows ; seven were members
of the committee, four members
of Council, and last, hut not
least, two of the poor man's re- I
prescntatives, viz. : Messrs An-
derson and Bowen shame on
them.
N L
are getting r-e^pei ite over the
preseu rondilion of things, and
have de< ided that we /ill not
continue t work f"i
a Mint under the new ontl 1
We woul 1 therefore respe tfi
advise, whoever the new (a
tractor may he. to see that the)
get fiiough for 1 he new work to
en ible them i.< increase our pay
substantially, and save us from
the grinding starvation wage we
now rece
V^nis liumbh and truthfullv
STRKETSWEEPERS.
st.lt.'s. \t Uy
r 1 l.ii I
m 1 lv '
V
i I
\ 1
1 I ii., 1
i>iing tin 11
into close* relations.
'ii p
I i e>r
,
a
ifea lie
; s
. ii would
ihM'g n t ' 11 -;
\C.I.1.,K \M-
\ a constituent I will tiv to
influence others noi to in ,- m
explanati in ttpm Mr. Anderson
either iiidivi luallyorc >llective-
Iv after knowing the n iture r>|
the Bill and considering who
m ived m favoui of the sam
In conclusion Sir, I w oil I isk
Mr Anders >n lo remi mh n Sir
"Ralph the Ro 1 r" and "The
ape Rock."
I am sir. voin s truh
THE IMCHCAPE BELL
Dear Mr. Editor :
Will you kin llv allow us.
humble 'ii/rns of this great
Empire, which prides itself on j
Justij and Pairplay to have a
WOrd m your independent and'
impartial Journal ?
We are streenweepers and WS
are paid for our work only ten
shillings per week. Upon' this,
most of us have familiesj
have to live, and some have to
pay rent. The prices on the in
-sines of life have increased.
Can sou see how we possibly
e\:st r
Hut it has come to tins Sir, we
la nilon, -"7. IJ"th in set speech-
1 ,.s ,,ii(| ih< urai iim s|> ,1 ken at t<>-
!,l ,,. mi 1 liiitf I in,- American So.
jCielx of ni'ei n 111' 1.1I Law inaiii-
1 .11.- < I ilwii the I nred Stat, s was
iumlei i,n 1 1 i as i-11 .is internal ion.
I..I JihanAiou 1 submit the Pau-
la iinal toils controversy to
arbitration
i .,, tt-av le-'d by several of the
peakers ih >t coug'fH should . urn . 1 ep,- .1 die io|| exemption
,i'i hikI suhirn" ilie subject to a
diploniMt 1 t |{i 1 ion.
I'dlshing, 27.Ahen the rescue
ir---\ "fill unve nmeotS bureau of
mnies w ,- wiih.h iwn to dhy from
the Cincinnati Mine, where an ex-
plitMu.....(imp.1 list Wednesday,
( h-ie hud been 04 bodies removed.
New .York, -!7 -Standing be-
ii.-,ih 1 \\ l.-ua*e or peil twin I1.11 -
, hi, ,il in,- 'Jnited States and
i ,r ii Ii ii nn mid an illurrinated
e e I'M tugn "f "II I i s Itrvre, the retiring
1'. 11 ~ 11 AiiilMKNidoi delivered Ins
vri! 1 Hie American people
'is! uitfii ill tli* W'aldoi f.
|u he >uti s p ml to him by
i- Ii 1-1-. ie "Hs a warm perSO
.....I I IfgB'd and regret it
1.1.11 .. ; ... .ii; Far horn the com
|i 1 , 1'- .i-n.('iv Httteodant upon
t. 1. ,( t ..1 retirement from
office.
1 Ii i't iiii-iits "f his hosts were
rxiM..vi by |"s ph H. Cheats,
uh In- si 1 regretfully :
I,.; in n.is -,-,t many imbas
sad us, and will send many amhas-
Sidors. I5ut there sonly one Bryce
in the list.
I. 11 I 111, 27 The Bali of the
Pmllipa collection eomprhdnn
I. my 1 wo paintings and draw
nigs, realized the high total <>f
$204,110 t'-div, about hal' of
which amount $100,800, stands to
Ida 1 le.M "I < sni-d" pictuie, Ih it
is Gainsborotiglm "M.irkst Cart."
London, 27.King George thi
., 1 fi-i 11.">ii ^ ive ins b*nedi< 1 iih to
the \ntfln \niei I,: hi celebration "I
Hie orntennary ol peace between
the iintish brripira nd the United
Cardiff, 2 "V f .1 women
R. 1 P." .,, . 1
on h bomb fiium I this .11.11 nin
i I'llrnlinan 01. ttie door step at
i-''" l- Brtiik in iln- city I lie fuee
ntt ich" d In ih I oinli ,\ n burning
i* lien 11 as ;-r \ 11.,! nd w.is
extinguished l 1 he |u, man,
Berlin, 27 |i js um unced that
the g. Id reser-e m ihe imperial
11 ink has read ed f 1 '.000. for
(he in t tin nrd,
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Ill'
I RIUU
would not only ha pleasant lull
successful.
After tin* Mr. Thompson, J.P.j
held the audience foi about twen-
ty minutes, speaking from three
important t< pics : Education,
Agriculture and Emigration ; after
which the Ring ng ol the \ itional
Anthem brought the meeting to a
close.
Youra truly,
\N KVE-W1 TNESS,
LOST.
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Grounds oi Addingtnn I louse ,
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KOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWE1 1 IKG
11( (USE w ith b itli room
tached and all out dooi convi
iences including a lank.
Last Street, South, opposite
Nassau PrisoA, i
Apply to
JOS. LAING
Blue Hill St. South
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STOKE
Ol'R "Royal" Household
Brand Flour selling at 2d.
pence per lb. ami 30s. per bag of
196 lbs.
"(golden Star Floui 2 lbs for J$d.
and "Laurel Hi md" Flour" a lb*
for 3 ^1.
Centennial Floui per ba ,
Pigs Feetin Vinegat .it ji. per lb.
Brown Sugai nl ajd par lb. Our
rice white and clean, beat in town
sell i 11 i at 4 All our Groceries are fresh and
good quality and cheap.
PureQamaica Rum at 10s,
gallon.
1AMFSL. S.\U\l>F.RS&Co.
Nassau N. P.
Bahamas.
April 15th 1913.
1 h C. t. Br;<.ks, .10 hn Vfn Cuinr
Ruptuir for oner 30 yejrt. If Rup-
tursd, write him iotLy.
I make it to your measure and send
it to you ->n I tisfact-'ol
OT DMMey refnnde-1. and 1 huva pat in
0 low that anybody, rich or poor.can buy it.
I send it on trial to prove what I say
in true. You are the lads'* ami. onoa ImvinK
seen my Illustrated oook andraad If, \.uwiil
be as enthusiastic as my thousand* "f pa-
tients whoso letters aieon Bis la in\
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i B. BROOKS, I0BS S:.ite St.
Marshall, M inican. 17. S. A.
Please send me by t> art, in plain wrapper.
your lllustinted Hook and full information
| .ur Appliance for the cure .if rupture
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Ql'ICK AS WE GET FROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
Collar nrxl Hames, 1 an Colour,
Horse or Pony sis* Wi l> Harness.
ChII .'it Store and see Sample Har-
ness in use.
Price delivered in Nassau Freight
and Duly F'ai.l
Will need 30 davs tn deliver.
C. O D. C/C.S VUNDERS.
East Bay St.
Nassau N, P.
REPUDIATION
Till-', public are heuhv warned
that I will not hr responsible
foi any debts contracted in any
wav by Alice Mlanche Baillon.
CHAS II. BAIL LOU.
Why import Butter
from New York?
It costs more than sorts, per ll>.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
I at 4.jets. j>er lb. and weight
guarante d^
NEW YORK HOUSE
NOTICE
' T~*i 11^ is i.. 111! inn uy f'i
1 and lli I'nlii-.- in '.......
il...t I h i\.- Hl;i-'k So ii Ii Si'i .p; nnl hih imi -
.. 11 ) t-. do ;in\ lhm< in I he line .1
C|.-nri|l lepair ill iu-y> Mullf llirsi
>li.....li'J -111 ri.illl S II Met -<' 1 * 1 Itv
P. V lluili 1.
I !i.i v -sii > I 1 VVliarl
ieuf" Cutlery Lumber &- Shingles
a fine axvii 1 inent of i
R \ZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Bull her Kn
Bread Knives.
Car. oil: Sets in Cases.
and
SCISSORS.
for sale, by
Chas. E. Albury.
J
wuiiams Shoes
Are BETTER
USI R rcivcid psr St 1.1 i.iiit
"Roberts ivnJ Rvissell ." f. 0111
Si. Jsmei Ciiy. FloriUiv, full
ass, rim. 01 of l.uiTiber and Sbin-
glMI
1 1 x 10 and 12. I| X I id 12
of j 1 ft, lengths -md upwards
as a ipeciaby.
\\, !i,i\. penecj up 1 with
the above I*. 11 in 11 1 1 iimmodi '.
rJuyem would iln .n 10 sei
b. lure purchasing 1 .where.
And are also Shippers of sisal.
CHAS. J. KELLY & BRO.
A raceis no better than its
women
ANNA E. RAE.
|>U< H'lHI' 1 Rl SS ( d
The'.' .; indluBznMarche
T he r. '.or r f/ -
Closing Sale <>( Sossms Goods.
Hlifh Cl..s iiiiodi .. 1 very reduced
pi Ices
lir.s uiiImi liisli l.ivt-es nnd
I.I..-HI..I A few very seloct
Iris!. Laos Hsli, -xtjulilo tle(lf;ns
OfisKs crepes vsiil\ Luces 10
match. Ii.lv llnnd Em-
brr Idereil Rolics tvr\.i '> ,\ .i-. 2 5
per cent off. Irish Lineita,
Whllo nd Coloured.
S'riped I ^boYmarche
closing our
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREAILV REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April la, 1 .
s
For Sale.
I I I INT) HAND BRICKS.
EMP'I V -.1 u \\< BAUKELSi
|. S. JOHNSON Co?
April 31-13.


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