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T II k TRIBUNE Zbc {Tribune Thursday May I. I9IV It appears that the ( i erman airship that by mistake went over the French bordei s allowed after due enquiry to return to Germany. But befon dirigible v. ck cap full} exemim d I %  I rench %  Thus the net result of the misadventure is that France leafns in a very easy fashion all there is to be known about I man airship construction. V t!i it rate she could aft >rd I i polite to her crest falli n n< ighhour! The Brit i vernment Ins introduced it Bill to prevent plural voting. It is a sim| le i ich provides the elei in more n oni eon titui m y at B General Election. A %  byetion tl .11 remain as at pr< sent. We judge from this that a man v. iiii is an elect r in constituencies i an ch< i e will cast his one vot< al 1 Flection. If this I '.ill should become i i I I tion, the Liberals and Labour mi n n ill gam a number of that would otherwise remain Unionist, while at bye-election< the Unionists w ill be at an advanta Howard Evans, in his recently published "Radii al Fights of Forty Years," has the following on fire-extinguishing faciliti "Whenever 1 witness the splendidVWOrkof the London Fire Brigade, 1 recall the frequent journeys I took in inv youth to fires. 1 hen, as now, people wouln 1 go it If and far in search itement Each parish had a small hand drawn engine, usually kept in the v< stibul Church. 'I he arrival of the "Parish squii t.' as it was called, usually i i with shouts lerision, follow ed bj i argen agini arrived. Thi se [ines were i rovided by an association ol Fire Insurance c. ompanies, which naturally had its stations m In, ali tics w heie property was mostly insured, especially intheCit) and Westminster.The pumps were worked by hand, and the workers continually called for fresh supplies of beer. Fire < apes were left to voluntary effort, until in 1S65 both lire engines ami escapes were taken over by the municipal authority, THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT We have not hitherto dealt with this Bill al anj ii ngl h pi 1 li.i| s might not hay e dom now had not our coi :• • 111 ('HAS. O. ANDERS* IN in a communication of the a6th inst .mated ourrel 1 to the Bill as "an objectionabh sure" and deemi d it his dot] to point out "the fallacy of your I unfavourabl* C. (). A. quoti d us in 1 ly, we said "obnoxious" (not | objectionable) 1. %  •.. unpopu which it must undoubtedly dl forth from thi rsol this island a numbei 1 il pet itions sting %  '. ,1 ust us passage I into law, and be it observed that ; our "unfavourable criticism" wa made after tinpopular I manifestation of disapproval, so there was no ''misri ting i bjectsof the Health Bill." : The objectionable features of the Bill as A 1 • 1st. The j ti 1 1 nearly unlimited. and. Under Section .. Nuisan Anything m instituted a nintn 1 the li iard of I lealth. Under this section fruit low I-. -, or w histling li iys ma\ b< med a nuis u Sub section(a) provides that "Any house 01 pai I of a house so overcrowded as to be injuri • ills to the health oft ti s.' nuisam e for the purposes of this Act and nia> be suiimini il> dealt with. In such a case Notice to abate the nuisance may be served, failing to comply there is a penalty of live pounds, and may further be brought before a Magistrate who maj make either an abatement, prohibition 01 ii : ord< 1 or a combin ition of nich orders, failii I l\ wit 1 tfi .1 batement %  aiiie> .1 I ability ol I shillings ad di mlt, failing to co ply with the 1 hibitiori or 1 losing order tl ia liabilit; ol foi ty shillin day Section ; %  G \|'j eal but tin 1 with at an i •. for if thf Magistral dismiss* thi App< al 'which is more than likely nine tine s out of ten) the ap pellant is liable tO a penalty of twenty shillings a day during the non compliance with thi der. in;, which he eontiiuie^n-liqf^ fi nee after wi itten 01 or notice from the I lealth" is very, little t\ tnnny and oppression. JH A case in point, (not a supposition) is that of a man having a family of 15 in a house 20 \ 18, no one will deny that that is overcrowding with a vengeance, but the mail is pour and is uti able t r build a lai The n si lents of K< mp! house. What then ? Tare his Andros Island | into 1 Build him a annoyed by the incon 1 1 "tlj larg. 01 in aused them bv the Post misti s^ tlties of theAct for -Jestina Kodgers ft '">' %  compliance, recovei the Andros for Nassau the dav be* in a summary mann. r lb) fore the 1 isl mail reai hed. ,• %  and pauperise a having d familj for her the mail I \i Hie right should injno • %  as,, back to Nassau. They all I %  to MI. 1 ,ia, j re. p| a i n 0 f diediscourte us tn \ thout written notice, • they n h.m and urn of this 1 : would institute ait would be th ror when theresid* nipr. tidlethi maj cesol priv ti 1 itizi ns maj be ; I • 1 favouri enter Sanitary Inspectors" the p live" and "< il ind anj ;. do not m employed li mporarih 01 tlteic.lt 1 iii matother the provis until a day or two 1 of thi! \ • ,. mi has left -" Subsei tion ... irebro lb) par. r—says: (1 "A pei son by the cl 1 r turning fi shall not" (b) "In any towm or school. This should not villagi nant the people of this sel water to be or remain in any tax pavers as well as the rest of pond, 1 1, pit, hole, 1 p !S and we hope that the Govdrain, -utter, .Inch, house gul lo it that ter, cist, in, well, barn I, tin, nre pro] bottle, or 1 art ol a bottle, oi — any othi 1 %  \nother gi iey i< tl • %  con' capable of holdi 1 lan at 11 lure to tit i 11. has ui fore mentioned or otherwise in en to d suit the any pri mis< s." e of the chili ei let tinsei tion a school. '1 his is liable to a penalty "I two he does not do, He goes to his > a 11 e 1 up' ft for .Visit over pounds and to a fiiitlnt penalty 11 shillin ry day during w hit h he 1 ontinues sui h offem e alter wi nten oi verbal I,tii e from the Board ol I lealth. Snhv ction (1 b) of the same sect i 1 m say t "I he wan 1 in anj in shall be deemi ay is wascharged tins moi ning in the Magistrati a 111, with entering the si oi Mr. Isaiah v %  m I a -1 St 1 eel I iet ween the hout nd 1 o'clock tins 1 ,1".; li that Da was routeu by M ling I in inside ol his sin p, an I 1 and R< H p In the '. i< nut' and he 11 ing the noise hurrii A to the spot in tii Ronald11 inn dowu 11." is on Shirley Street when 11 a razor and 1 ut him. Diggis o itin the pursuit and a few momenl after had him in custody. Diggis found it| necessary to di al le him with his club, as 1 .i\ is .ilsnja I tempted to cut hi ill with the razor. I lavis was remanded to prison by Magistrate Stronge until Tuesday morning next



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IllT u inuM !l SiOll Inow ID the I los(eCnmmiiiiof lhoCSi\mb"r ICin m IIC for the Bhml 11 Hbll. M the Cnnndlan E.xhlbi. 1*1 Toronto. Aufjusl iv,nd Si-pr, of this yeir, h.ve decided H, pla^e a Special r ihibitlon Number of'" I i-c Strt in bus'" or. eat a: ihe exhibiti.'ii n named above. Exhibitors. Business men generally. Ln King House Keepers, rding House Keepers.Owners places to rent as winter i % %  I[< SS, Owners of Hoats, o are growint; factor In our inuirl rjsiness. >pe lal rates. Space should be Secured early. More than I w> th i.stvnd of this issue will be prime.I whir 1 will make it the most valttabladverlisir>ii medium ever published in the Bahamas. No on.who h s anything to sell or to hira khouW be left out of the Exhibition Number of I he Sirombus." y The i 'William 11. Al bury' an ived n fu daj ami with Shingli lumM and the following passen m Misses ^gnes R idi iqm z, Mildi Seyim >ur: Mi %  tmt Tin Uolle, Lj dia Miller, \ ( l\ln i riiornpsi Hi and Lillian Seymoui ; Messrs Ch.'irles Rolle, I Jabez Smith, It nesl Clai F red lie, John Dot I it-Hi \ U i ird Taj lor' Jan Jam Ri ille, and \ 1 %  %  I" i I Iri rIN THE SUPREME COUR I. April S i -II 1913 1 11\ The Court m< t al 10 jo a.m Pi 1 li1 lonour. I'. Tudor Esq K.C. 1 ef Justice ; The I lonourable 1 i Wells Durrani K.( ., At • iener.alj; W, E. S. Callei Esq. 11 1 w 1 lie Registrar. I lie Commandant. The trial ol Eva Bullard resumed. The Jurors in wailing discharged until to-morrow morn ins i 0 I'll" Hi US) I her own d< fern Counti I for th< Defer dressi d the Jury. (Iwiog to physii al inability of the Attorney General to (proceed the Court adjourned until 10 a.m. tomorrow. Public Auction. J<> ll. 1 sEI I. \ . %  k i>n Fnd iy At No A Ql'.-WTHY ol H V I >M-m.tktni Fo Knyhsli Bit Ten sh F |0 U N l. —'n the N II 0| "'li S|X1 VIlHO'l I inte-l white 1 %  I'M. I ar will pli %  %  > 1111 llll ISSIONKR, \n 0 -., Anrlrns. CABI EGR iNK IStotl S| i liui hill, Firs! Lord rl llie : %  ., tod 1 \ told he 1 |y mad .' isin lh.it It Ci 1:1 .1' 111 I 1 to nswer ivhal termed V ;ue tittle-tattle." I li" '-HI I "I -1 financial pa| iei hng |i'-11ii '' "IIli i'I lie.• MI 111 its" that 1 huichill had I lluttet" in M ireoni sh in 1, 1 -' import ,11 i.iii" -I in 1 he in is it is '-11 — Vu 11 s full -t 1 111 regard t" Scuta 11 will Inil ed. Sin 1 .; on the Russian Minister 11 i ''-in ;r !i is I instruc ed t< iii~ in calling upon King niM' mte legi I"''. Scuta 1 1 According t in I'II-I I in .-HI An .' 11 HI 11 ival do I--Il Ti ith "ten th sin! trn pc w itli tinintention of and s.in (,1 v.niiii 'li Medua, and ad. trancing against I lettinje, I ond >n, I 1 %  • I'.-thshire ci ii ket |i ivtllion .it Pei tli, I u iili ,1 collect ion ol valual 1 irda ind rel was I by in" in d igcttesari ted. London, 39, ~ I he Daily Mail learns, that the mystery ol thedis. 'i pea rant <• <>f 1 ha I lublin Crown li A'ls w ill be receivi d in London (hortl) by a libel action which one ol t to~ Dniilm Castle "liui ilg who fell uiul 1 a 11"inI of suspicion, will bring, with IIIP olijprt ol vindica. ins personal honour. Mew York, 29. Sit C< 1 il V. Spring R irr, t inAmbass idoi for ( i reat Hi it, mi tn tin1 "111 T t il States, irriv' • I j it day, II is family w 1 come over later, lie said, when he had prepared for them 111 Washing. I ton. OUT OF STEP When a man gets out >>f stepfhe is only one remove from being out of line. When tli" man hing step was invt it was h\ a < i' neral who 1 ppn ciated the of unifon n. He may havi 1 in or Pot iphar ; but whoever he was, he underhologj. 1 swinging in perfi t I rossa bridge will it dn I for thai reason armi broken t< a for hundreds of years. In if motion tl i, spi ed and ethusiTo 1 to 1 the thrill 1 f c mradeship the "I"trie v ill te I ii nit. I en who are in step in busi ire the men who believe it can be done and when a man believes it can be done, he illy does it. I pit i.-in who is out <>f step. A 11 • on comes upon the scene of action, ( 11 ration of young m in filled with life and h ipe, a I >n tint is studying 1 ; ower, self-confidi nee and mass psycholo ters believe in I Ives, Theyactwith unifi ii mitj and with a will. The man who is out of them with a snarl, shelters himself behind .1 logical sneer, says it can't be dooe, and : by him. In if step mea'is more than simply to RED Film. 2—DRAWING THE I INE By the famous REX I CARNIVEROUS ANIMALS. Showing some of the wildest animals 111 the WOrfd. 4—ANIMATED WEEKLY I—AN ANARCHICAL ATTEMPT This is tun. lie. than FOOLSHEAD 6—CLIMBING THE MATTERHORN. 1'he famous Swiss Mountain the only picture of its kind ever taken VAUDEVILLE LITTLE MISS VIOLET KNOWLES lu a nt w h RJog performance Od. rS



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! in: I k I C U N I: SPECIAL SALE %  M the NASSAU BAR.UAIN HOUSE rHUlSDAY and FRIDAY Mn.y 1st and 2nd. Prices only good for 2 I)ny FOR HIRE. 3 Onlv SiDglc Knamled Bedsteads with spiing at £i each 3 Double D.>. Wooden .it £t Mich, i Large (Bevld Glass) Bureau priced £3. 10s. lor £3. 3 \Vah Staedl >n £1 and £1 4s. i Large Gilt Mirror price £2 lor £1 ics. 2 Do—priced £"1 at only 16s. 2 Wicker Rockers at only £1. 1 Fine 3 Mule Blue Flame Oil Stove for cost. 2 Felt Mattrasses (s'ngle) priced £1. at £\ 12s. 2 Wicker Go Carts price £2 each at £1. 14s 8 Day Parlor Clocks priced £\. 8s. Ml only £ : l Parlor fables at 18s. and £1. Large Turkish Bth Towels is. Cd. and is. 3d., each. 30 Doz of t lie 6d Towels will he %  old at only 4 Vd While Damask Table Cloths at 4 s A. F. MOORE. April 30th IQI 3. Why import Butter from New York? It crisis more than suets. per lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 44Ctl. per lb. and weight guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE ANNA E. RAE. PROPRIETRESS OP The Vogue andAu Bon Marc he The L.nen Store Sf OreS. Closing Sale of Seasons Goods. High. Class Goods at very reduced prices. Beautiful Irish Laces and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs Geisha Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes and Waists 25 per cent off. Irish Linens, While and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. A SIX ROOM DWELLING HOUSE willi batii room at lached and all out door conveniences including a Tank. East Street, Smith, opposite NASSAU Prison, Applv to JOS. LMNG Blue Mill St. •south THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL SI ORE O UR "Ro> Household Biand !• lout telling at 2,1 pence per lb. .. 1 30s. per bag of 196 lbs. "Golden Star Flour a lbs for 3J '. and "Laurel Brand" Frour" for 3id. Centennial I %  t. %  per bail 8s. Tigs Feet in Vinegar *tI 7 I. per lb. Drown Sugar ,.t 2] I pi lb Our rice white and 1 %  -1 in town selling at 4d. |ier quaii. All our Groceries are fiesli and 1 good quality and cluup. Pure Jamaica Rum at 10s, p.-i gallon. JAMFs L. SAUNDERS & Co. Nassau N. P. Bahamas. Vpril 15th iq 13. SSRp Cutlery a line Assoi t iiienl ol : U VZORS Table Knives Pocket K"i' es Bull li 'i Knives Bread Knives Can iiit; Sets in *. uses, and SCIS-ORS, f. ir s.i 11liy Chas. E A Ibury. T^50.000 THE) ROM CUIHfi OF MEN'S AILMENTS FREE BY MAIL V WORTH $10 TO ANY MAN Every afflicted man. ti.rTwnng from SUIT m dl*a-e, should wr*J guickforhiSOapyoftl.il Wunderfu. Pw— Boasi. Il K.i ID •troru/. airapla word* how any roan ran prtvat*l> ryr* Mm* P*MBjg>. of vuch dieemee MM IUKHI Poia-on (Iiihrrfted or Acqti Vital WeiknsM. LuM of Power. Nervoua IMii.Hv. In.lincrvt Orvsnie or (ontuiuus Die. e.v, ti, Aftr-efTYtia of 1-a-t Uv tit.nnach. Liver. Kiilin-y ii-l HUl'i^r 'lri.ut-ir No matter I long you have %  uffe-r*"!; how old or ituhlurTi vour rar ; how ] often ywa haw* failed to find relief or how Jiarourmf+d suw down h—rterl you are tMi soak eHM ka a rovalatlaet sjlv> 70a new nope a new leaao on life. It churn fuil of w ffsKfd. aound lotjic and advice just the Lhinica you ahould I'nw and follow. If you want your aid-time, hearth, at* •we) reatord, aand HIOHT NOW f„ r *eer ropv of thu > !• Heettk mili..ck of 11 \ VAN A CIGARS. We guarantee 0111 In and to I)'mail-"I I he finest Havana and Sumatra W tappers, nn. 1 11 V.H a Killers I hi oi'ghnut. I'hese l u.'inufHi ii" 'I pnemises by skilled workmen nntl 1 '•.. 1 pains no taken 10 produced H Iicle ul superior quality, I lie success we li ive niei with in the pt*i leads us confidently to expect the pat 1 on age ol c< nnoiseurs, I I. S\!N'D! RS X Co. Bav-Sreef. S For bale. I OND HAND BUM l\-'. I-Ml' IV slki \U B Mvl-'l L*. I >. |i IHNSO!* s o, V pr i I 31 -1 BON MARCHE CLOSING OUT THE ENTIKE STOCK AT t.KEAIl.V R.EDI/CE1) PR.ICES FOR. ONE MONTH. \ I r 11 12.141; LEARN TO BE A LOST. Y r I KWU O % %  ftemoon in the ( ,I,M, ,,|.. ,,; \<)dlof(toii I louse \ l. idirs (id : Double Ca*W itch with hat' latn\ Reward, I.e. ve Al I 1 bune", 1 "in. REPUDIATION npHE public are hereby warned X that I will nol he responsible for any debts contracted iu any wav by Alice Blanche Bail Ion. CHAS. H. BAILLOU W, A. \i \ I ill H. UNDER 1 \KIR. D ESIRES to inform Ins friend? and the Public 1I1..1 he lui. ] I just received complete outfit id Ifacilities for ihe business ol ,n\ mi. [dertaker, which pi.ices hmi in a position to carry out Funerals thai in iv lie entrusted 1 1 Ins care v\ nli ^ '''in and despati h ; and respi 1 fully solicits then patronage let ui\ Prtci s in^t Hmi prove thai they [are the very lowest foi firsl clas %  Williams ShoeS Are BETTER V? be L% Shingle. STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN J UST R.ccelved per Schner "Koberis .ml Kvuscll-." from Si. James City. FloriJe., a full Assortment of Lumber Knd Shin, lies: I \ 1 1 and 12. If X 10 and I 2 ol 2 ft. lengths Hiid upManls as .1 ipecia liy. \V have opened up a trade with the Above Purl in mis couuiiodtiy. Duyen would do well to see us before purchasing elsewhere. An I ate also Shipper* of M-.-I! CHAS. J. KELLY & BKO. PLACK YOUR IIUDI R QUICK AS VVK GET I-ROM FACTORY. S INGLE Bre.st Collar, an.! Collar and I lames, Ian Colour, Horse or Pony SIM Web Harness. Call al Store and see Sample llainess in use. Price delivered inNassaa Iretght and Duty Paid 30/ Will need V> davs to deliver. C.O.D. C. C.SAUNDERS. Fast Biv St FOR PARTICULARS WRITI BROW..S HOME STUDY SCHOOl EIGHTH MD PIKE, SI. LOUIS. IP AMBITION TALK*. Silly of thM now timom srtleUS bound In book form— pa.t.bo.rd covers-—14 Pun... with so In.plrlnf mon.y-mKklnir aucgMilon on ,rh p. ss M.ll.d pr.paJd. SSe. BMISMS Psbatlitaa Os. .lib .nil Pis* Ma., ^ StLoula. Mo. WILLIAMS' SHOES ARK BETTER.



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• Nulllus i\ildii in-. ] vi i. -MIlr\ verba maglstrl. Being bound to swear to the l)o|m&i of no Master. %  S VOL. X. Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Thursday. May I. 191). No. 155 LEON r. H LM li ill, EDITOR t>u I'lopiiihi OH'KICK ^ li MABKRT STRKKT 111 N. P., t.AMAMAS. !'. i). it<.. i•>. O 0 50 CO (0 u s PUBLISHED mil v. M unlay, Vedne-clav and Friday — single'copy % % %  ... J'l. Tuesday, rhuiada) and Saturdaj Hi HI. •Vcelclv Miiithlv '^uarterlv Half Y^a'rlv Wany PAYAHLI 4l M.+I 4*fit, • i ns IN ADVAVCF. Advertililtg Rates: -Six pence per line foi first iii-iiiiiMi ; three pence pet line for second insertion; ami one penny per lirte for subsequent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 41. HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Wednesday 13rd ipril. The I louse met. PRESINT :—The Honourable ttie Spen ker et al. Message No. 37 from Hit Excellency tin* Governor transmitting tin' Keport of tin: v'0111:11 in l.int on the Fire Department was presented by the Hon. J is, P. Sands. Mi. Biice asked Ike lullowing quest ion Is it tlie intention of the Chair* mau oi the tried committee to pi iceeJ with the Vote ul lud-unil) f'>i £ii o 5 for the II. 1I1.1. mas < icneral 1 lospiial ? Mr. Malcolm Mid ; As the Chairman of the select committee who enquired into the OirCuinStancea necessitating tlm Vote ol Indemnity, I cannot but n-gardig oui i of the II >us" in expungithe action port from the minutes as Virtually a censure 0:1 us for making an exbauitive, impartial and true report as apparently was desired and ex. pected when the matter was unanimously teferred to us to make the enquiry. In these circumstances, and conscious of the unjustness of such a censure, 1 am not so lacking in self respect as to proceed further lie who is lacking may do so and earn unenviable frame. On motion of Mr, Malcolm the Electrical Department Hill was read a third time and passed several amendments being made. The House adjourned. I hui y Mr. \dileiley fiom itie St. Andrew's Union Burial Society and from No. 1 Congo Society Giant's Town protesting against the Health ..ill. On motion of Mr. Anderson the petition of t lie Rev. W, Lowndes and others praying for a refund of duty on certain articles imported for St. Mary's Church was referred to the Following select committee: Messrs. Anderson, Betbell and Johnson. On motion of Mr. Johnson the p litiotl f tie Kev. A S, Clegs, w.is referred to the following select committee: Messrs Johnson, \l burv and Anderson, m Dr. Culmer From the com mttee to whom Wat leferred the Phai Hi,icy Bill reported the Hill b ick to the tlcu mittee; Messrs, (iamblin, Dr John, son, Weeclt, Cole, Albury and KSolomon. Mr. Albury, from the committee appointed to biiiig in the Appropriation Bill, reported the Bill winch read a first time. It was moved by Mr. Brice that the Vote of Indemnity for £"103 o 5 for the Bahamas General Hospital be read a second time. Upon the question being put the motion for the second reading of the Vote of Indemnity was carried. (M •nn, vVeech, M Icolm, J. U C. Young, Dr. Sweeting, Moseley and K. Solomon withdrew. The House adjnuri ed until Tuesday evening. Tuesday April 20.. The Hmis" met. Present:—His Honourable the Speaker, et al. The House met, the following members bing present I 1 he Hon. K. A Holmes, Speaker, Mr. II.ucourt Malcolm K.C., Deputy Speaker, the Hons, Jas, P Sands, |. W. Culmer, G. H. (iamblin, i. II. Johns,!. Or. Culmer, Messrs. Cole, Bowen, I. R.C.Young, I.. W. Young, Albury, Johnson, (', Culmer, Brice, Cuirv and K. Solomon. Message \'o. 30. transmitting a petition from Dr. Bate, Public Physician at Inngua, asking for compensation for losses incurred while on Ins was to N issau on official duty was presented by the lion Jas. P. Sands. On motion ol Mr. Sands His K\. celiency the Governor's Message No. 38 relative to installation of wireless telegraphy was referred to the following select committee: Messrs. Johnson. Gamblin, Malcolm, Weecli, J. R. C. Young, Curryjand Armbrister. On motion of Dr. Culmer the Pharmacy Bill was read a second time and committed. On motion of Mr. Brice the Vote of Indemnity for £103 OS. )d for the Bahamas General Hospitsl was tead.a third time and agreedto. The House adjourned until Thursday evening. JH


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Nulllus i\ildii in-. ] vi i.-mi- lr\ verba maglstrl.
Being bound to swear to the l)o|m&i of no Master.
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VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Thursday. May I. 191).
No. 155
LEON r. H LM li ill,
Editor t>u I'lopiiihi
OH'KICK ^ li MABKRT STRKKT
111 N. P., t.AMAMAS.
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PUBLISHED mil v.
M unlay, Vedne-clav and Friday
single'copy ... J'l.
Tuesday, rhuiada) and Saturdaj
Hi hi.
Vcelclv Miiithlv '^uarterlv Half Y^a'rlv Wany PAYAHLI .........4l ......M.+I ........4*-..... fit, .....ins IN ADVAVCF.
Advertililtg Rates: -Six pence per line
foi first iii-iiiiiMi ; three pence pet line
for second insertion; ami one penny per
lirte for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 41.
HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Wednesday 13rd ipril.
The I louse met.
Presint :The Honourable ttie
Spen ker et al.
Message No. 37 from Hit Excel-
lency tin* Governor transmitting
tin' Keport of tin: v'0111:11 in l.int on
the Fire Department was presented
by the Hon. J is, P. Sands.
Mi. Biice asked Ike lullowing
quest ion !
Is it tlie intention of the Chair*
mau oi the tried committee to
pi iceeJ with the Vote ul lud-u-
nil) f'>i ii o 5 for the II. 1I1.1.
mas < icneral 1 lospiial ?
Mr. Malcolm Mid ; As the Chair-
man of the select committee who
enquired into the OirCuinStancea
necessitating tlm Vote ol Indem-
nity, I cannot but n-gardig oui i--
of the II >us" in expungithe action
port from the minutes as Virtually
a censure 0:1 us for making an ex-
bauitive, impartial and true report
as apparently was desired and ex.
pected when the matter was un-
animously teferred to us to make
the enquiry. In these circumstances,
and conscious of the unjustness of
such a censure, 1 am not so lacking
in self respect as to proceed further
lie who is lacking may do so and
earn unenviable frame.
On motion of Mr, Malcolm the
Electrical Department Hill was
read a third time and passed seve-
ral amendments being made.
The House adjourned.
I hui The I louse mrt.
Present : His Honouable the
Sneaker, et ul.
Ten'mils v ere presented by Mr.
\\ 1 cih from residents in the city,
by Dr. Sweeting and Mr. L. \V.
Young from the Eastern District,
In Mi Howeii from the Baptist
Young People's Union and l>y Mr.
\dileiley fiom itie St. Andrew's
Union Burial Society and from No.
1 Congo Society Giant's Town
protesting against the Health ..ill.
On motion of Mr. Anderson the
petition of t lie Rev. W, Lowndes
and others praying for a refund of
duty on certain articles imported
for St. Mary's Church was referred
to the Following select committee:
Messrs. Anderson, Betbell and
Johnson.
On motion of Mr. Johnson the
p litiotl f tie Kev. A S, Clegs,
w.is referred to the following select
committee: Messrs Johnson, \l
burv and Anderson, m
Dr. Culmer From the com mttee
to whom Wat leferred the Phai
Hi,icy Bill reported the Hill b ick
to the tlcu Dr Culmer, in view of the peti-
tions that had been presented to
the House withdrew his notice for
the second reading of the Health
Hill for that night,
On motion of Dr. Culmer the
l.epi-rs Bill was nail a third time
and passe I.
On mi'tion of Mr. Sands, the
Pilotage Bill was read a third
time and passed.
Mr. Hnce withdrew hit notice
for the second reading of the Vote
of Indemnity for 103 os. 5d. for
the Bahamas General Hospital and
gave notice foi Monday rvemng.
The House adjourned until Mon-
day evening next.
Monday, April 28
The House met.
Present :His Honourable the
Speaker, et al.
Message No. 38 from His Excel-
lency the Governor was presented
by the Hon. Jas. P. Sands. The
Message his reference to the instal-
lation of wireless telegraphy and
as possible sites for the station
Rawson Square, the Library Green
and Fort Charlotte grounds have
been suggested and reported on but
the question is left for the decision
of the House.
On motion of Mr. Sands His Ex
celiency the Governor's Mesage
No. 36 relative to the "question of
the overcrowding of vessels was re-
ferred to the following select cofn>
mittee; Messrs, (iamblin, Dr John,
son, Weeclt, Cole, Albury and K-
Solomon.
Mr. Albury, from the commit-
tee appointed to biiiig in the Ap-
propriation Bill, reported the Bill
winch read a first time.
It was moved by Mr. Brice that
the Vote of Indemnity for "103 o
5 for the Bahamas General Hospi-
tal be read a second time.
Upon the question being put the
motion for the second reading of
the Vote of Indemnity was carried.
(M nn, vVeech, M Icolm, J. U C.
Young, Dr. Sweeting, Moseley and
K. Solomon withdrew.
The House adjnuri ed until Tues-
day evening.
Tuesday April 20..
The Hmis" met.
Present:His Honourable the
Speaker, et al.
The House met, the following
members bing present I 1 he Hon.
K. A Holmes, Speaker, Mr. II.u-
court Malcolm K.C., Deputy
Speaker, the Hons, Jas, P Sands,
|. W. Culmer, G. H. (iamblin, i.
II. Johns,!. Or. Culmer, Messrs.
Cole, Bowen, I. R.C.Young, I.. W.
Young, Albury, Johnson, (', Cul-
mer, Brice, Cuirv and K. Solomon.
Message \'o. 30. transmitting a
petition from Dr. Bate, Public
Physician at Inngua, asking for
compensation for losses incurred
while on Ins was to N issau on of-
ficial duty was presented by the
lion Jas. P. Sands.
On motion ol Mr. Sands His K\.
celiency the Governor's Message
No. 38 relative to installation of
wireless telegraphy was referred to
the following select committee:
Messrs. Johnson. Gamblin, Mal-
colm, Weecli, J. R. C. Young, Cur-
ryjand Armbrister.
On motion of Dr. Culmer the
Pharmacy Bill was read a second
time and committed.
On motion of Mr. Brice the Vote
of Indemnity for 103 OS. )d for
the Bahamas General Hospitsl
was tead.a third time and agreedto.
The House adjourned until
Thursday evening.
JH


T II k TRIBUNE
Zbc {Tribune
Thursday May I. I9IV
It appears that the (ierman
airship that by mistake went
over the French bordei s al-
lowed after due enquiry to re-
turn to Germany. But befon
dirigible v. ck
cap full} exemim d I I rench
Thus the net result of
the misadventure is that France
leafns in a very easy fashion all
there is to be known about I
man airship construction. V
t!i it rate she could aft >rd I i
polite to her crest falli n n< igh-
hour!
The Brit i vernment Ins
introduced it Bill to prevent
plural voting. It is a sim| le
i ich provides the
elei in more
n oni eon titui m y at b Gen-
eral Election. A bye-
tion tl .11 remain as
at pr< sent. We judge from this
that a man v. iiii is an elect r in
constituencies i an
ch< i e will cast his
one vot< al 1 Flection.
If this I '.ill should become
i i I I
tion, the Liberals and Labour
mi n n ill gam a number of -
that would otherwise remain
Unionist, while at bye-election<
the Unionists w ill be at an ad-
vanta
Howard Evans, in his recent-
ly published "Radii al Fights of
Forty Years," has the following
on fire-extinguishing faciliti
"Whenever 1 witness the splen-
didVWOrkof the London Fire
Brigade, 1 recall the frequent
journeys I took in inv youth to
fires. 1 hen, as now, people
wouln1 go it If and far in search
itement Each parish
had a small hand drawn engine,
usually kept in the v< stibul
Church. 'I he arrival of the
"Parish squii t.' as it was called,
usually i i with shouts
lerision, follow ed bj i '
argen agini arrived. Thi se
[ines were i rovided by an
association ol Fire Insurance
c. ompanies, which naturally had
its stations m In, alitics w heie
property was mostly insured,
especially intheCit) and West-
minster.The pumps were work-
ed by hand, and the workers
continually called for fresh
supplies of beer. Fire < apes
were left to voluntary effort, un-
til in 1S65 both lire engines ami
escapes were taken over by the
municipal authority,
THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT
We have not hitherto dealt
with this Bill al anj ii ngl h
pi 1 li.i| s might not hay e dom
now had not our coi : 111
('HAS. O. ANDERS* IN in a
communication of the a6th inst
.mated ourrel 1 to the
Bill as "an objectionabh
sure" and deemi d it his dot] to
point out "the fallacy of your I
unfavourabl*
C. (). A. quoti d us in 1
ly, we said "obnoxious" (not |
objectionable) 1. .. unpopu
which it must undoubtedly
dl forth from thi rsol
this island a numbei 1 il pet itions
sting '. ,1 ust us passage I
into law, and be it observed that ;
our "unfavourable criticism"
wa made after tin- popular I
manifestation of disapproval, so !
there was no ''misri ting i
bjectsof the Health Bill." :
The objectionable features of
the Bill as a 1
1st. The j
ti 1 1 nearly unlimited.
and. Under Section .. Nuisan
Anything m institut-
ed a nin- tn 1 the li iard of
I lealth. Under this section fruit
. low I-. -, or w histling
li iys ma\ b< med a nuis u
Sub section(a) provides that
"Any house 01 pai I of a house
so overcrowded as to be injuri -
ills to the health oft ti s.'
nuisam e for the purposes of
this Act and nia> be suiimini il>
dealt with.
In such a case Notice to abate
the nuisance may be served,
failing to comply there is a pen-
alty of live pounds, and may
further be brought before a
Magistrate who maj make
either an abatement, prohibiti-
on 01 ii : ord< 1 or a combi-
n ition of nich orders, failii
I l\ wit 1 tfi .1 batement
aiiie> .1 I ability ol I
shillings ad di mlt,
failing to co ply with the 1
hibitiori or 1 losing order tl
i- a liabilit; ol foi ty shillin
day Section ; , G
\|'j eal but tin 1
with at an i . for
if thf Magistral dismiss* thi
App< al 'which is more than like-
ly nine tine s out of ten) the ap
pellant is liable tO a penalty of
twenty shillings a day during
the non compliance with thi
der.
in;, which he eontiiuie^n-liqf^
fi nee after wi itten 01 or
notice from the
I lealth" is very, little
t\ tnnny and oppression. JH
A case in point, (not a suppo-
sition) is that of a man having
a family of 15 in a house 20 \
18, no one will deny that that is
overcrowding with a vengeance,
but the mail is pour and is uti
able t......r build a lai The n si lents of K< mp!
house. What then ? Tare his Andros Island |
into 1 Build him a annoyed by the incon 1 1
"tlj larg. 01 in aused them bv the Post misti s^
tlties of theAct for -Jestina Kodgers ft
'">' compliance, recovei the Andros for Nassau the dav be*
in a summary mann. r lb) fore the 1 isl mail reai hed.
, and pauperise a having d
familj for her the mail I \i
Hie right should injno as,, back to Nassau. They all I
to mi. 1 ,ia, j re. p|ain 0f diediscourte us tn \
thout written notice, they n h.m
and urn of this 1
: would institute ait would be th
ror when theresid* n- ipr. tidlethi maj
cesol priv ti 1 itizi ns maj be ; I 1 favouri
enter Sanitary Inspectors" the p live"
and "< il ind anj ;. do not
m employed li mporarih 01 tlteic.lt 1 iii mat-
other the provis until a day or two 1
of thi! \ ,. mi has left
' -" Subsei tion ... irebro
lb) par. rsays: (1 "A pei son by the cl 1 r turning fi
shall not" (b) "In any towm or school. This should not
villagi nant the people of this sel
water to be or remain in any tax pavers as well as the rest of
pond, 1.....1, pit, hole, 1 p !S, and we hope that the Gov-
drain, -utter, .Inch, house gul lo it that
ter, cist, in, well, barn I, tin, nre pro]
bottle, or 1 art ol a bottle, oi
any othi 1 \nother gi iey...... i< tl con- '
capable of holdi 1 lan at 11
lure to tit i 11. has ui
fore mentioned or otherwise in en to d suit the
any pri mis< s." e of the chili ei
let tin- sei tion a school. '1 his
is liable to a penalty "I two he does not do, He goes to his
' > a 11 e 1 up'
ft for .Vis-
it over
pounds and to a fiiitlnt penalty
11 shillin ry day
during w hit h he 1 ontinues sui h
offem e alter wi nten oi verbal
I,- tii e from the Board ol I lealth.
Snhv ction (1 b) of the same
sect i 1 m say t "I he wan 1 in anj
in shall be deemi nan! Unless such cistfi ll is
prop rlj m-inn ted andt ei ure-
n 1 nel .mil 1 i.\ 1 1 i.l s,, ;,s
tually to prevenl tl
ol mosquitoei I 1 u< h w.- l
. if 1
may ei
and subsection
Board ol I lealth
think lit. .
mil
thin i e ary .
. . ,i;a\ maj recovei in a sum-
mary manner thi in
'lined in so doing from such
We are of opinion that the
oiilyl'.vav, " llei tuallv to pre
ventfthe access of mosquitoes to
such water" is to keep the wat-a
out ; and for "any person to be
liable to a penalty of two
pounds and to a further penaltj
evert, daj dur-
nid it often happens that
rliildn 11 do not reach their
h......s until the sun has :
j
I larotd I >ay is wascharged tins
moi ning in the Magistrati a
111, with entering the si
oi Mr. Isaiah v" m I a -1
St 1 eel I iet ween the hout
nd 1 o'clock tins
1 ,1".; li that Da
was routeu by M ling
I in inside ol his sinp, an
I 1 and R p In the '. i< nut' and he 11
ing the noise hurrii A to the spot
in tii Ronald-
11 inn dowu 11." is on Shirley
Street when 11 a razor
and 1 ut him. Diggis o itin
the pursuit and a few momenl
after had him in custody.
Diggis found it| necessary to
di al le him with his club, as
1 .i\ is .ilsnja I tempted to cut hi ill
with the razor.
I lavis was remanded to prison
by Magistrate Stronge until
Tuesday morning next


Ill-
T u inuM
!l
SiOll I-
now id the I los-
(eCnmmiiii- of lhoCSi\mb"r
ICin m iic for the Bhml 11
Hbll. M the Cnnndlan E.xhlbi.
1*1 Toronto. Aufjusl iv,nd Si-p-
r, of this yeir, h.ve decided
H, pla^e a Special r ihibitlon Num-
ber of'" I i-c Strt in bus'" or. eat a:
ihe exhibiti.'ii n named above.
Exhibitors. Business men gene-
rally. Ln King House Keepers,
rding House Keepers.Owners
places to rent as winter i I-
[< SS, Owners of Hoats, lid-I. i ell i advertise In the
IbilionNumber ai\d bring their
fill's* to the nOllOB ol the mnny
"usands of C-AnadiaiiH who will
it th s xhibition. and wl>o are
growint; factor In our inuirl
rjsiness.
>pe lal rates. Space should be
Secured early.
More than I w> th i.stvnd of this
issue will be prime.I whir 1 will
make it the most valttabl- adver-
lisir>ii medium ever published in
the Bahamas. No on.- who h s
anything to sell or to hira khouW
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of I he Sirombus."
y
The i 'William 11. Al
bury' an ived n fu daj
' ami with Shingli lum-
m and the following passen
m
Misses ^gnes R idi iqm z,
Mildi Seyim >ur: Mi ! tmt -
Tin Uolle, Lj dia Miller,
\ (l\ln i riiornpsi Hi and Lillian
Seymoui ; Messrs Ch.'irles Rolle,
IJabez Smith, It nesl Clai F red
lie, John Dot
I it-Hi \ U i ird Taj lor'
Jan Jam Ri ille, and
\ 1 I"
i I Iri
r-
IN THE SUPREME COUR I.
April S i -II 1913
1 11\
The Court m< t al 10 jo a.m
Pi
1 li- 1 lonour. I'. Tudor Esq K.C.
1 ef Justice ; The I lonourable
1 i Wells Durrani K.( ., At
iener.alj; W, E. S. Cal-
lei Esq. 11 1 w
1 lie Registrar. I lie Comman-
dant.
The trial ol Eva Bullard re-
sumed.
The Jurors in wailing dis-
charged until to-morrow morn
ins i 0
I'll" Hi US) I
her own d< fern
Counti I for th< Defer
dressi d the Jury.
(Iwiog to physii al inability
of the Attorney General to (pro-
ceed the Court adjourned until
10 a.m. tomorrow.
Public Auction.
J<>
' ll.1 sEI I.
\ . k i>n Fnd iy
At No !
A Ql'.-WTHY ol H
. V
I >M-- m.tktni Fo
Knyhsli Bit
Ten sh
F|0 U N l. 'n the N
II 0| "'li S|X1
VIlHO'l
, I inte-l white 1
I'M. I ar will pli
> 1111
llll ISSIONKR,
\n 0 -., Anrlrns.
CABI EGR iNK
IStotl S|
i liui hill, Firs! Lord rl llie
: ., tod 1 \ told he
'
1 |y mad .' isin
lh.it It Ci 1:1 .1' 111 I
1 to nswer ivhal
termed V ;ue tittle-tattle."
I li" '-hi.....I "I -1 financial pa| iei
hng |i'-11ii '' "II- li i'I lie. mI 111
its" that 1 huichill had I
" l- luttet" in M ireoni sh in 1,
1 -' import
,11 i.iii" -I in 1 he in
is it is '-11
- Vu 11 s full -t
- 1 111 regard t" Scuta 11 will
In- il ed. Sin 1 .; on
the Russian Minister 11
i ''-in ;r !i is I instruc ed t<
iii~' in calling upon King
niM' mte legi I"''.
Scuta 11.
According t
in I'ii-i I in .-hi An.' 11 hi 11 ival do I--I-
l Ti ith "ten th
sin! trn pc w itli tin- intention of
' and
s.in (,1 v.niiii 'li Medua, and ad.
trancing against I lettinje,
I ond >n, I 1 I'.-- thshire
ci ii ket |i ivtllion .it Pei tli, I
u iili ,1 collect ion ol valual 1
irda ind rel was
I by in" in d igct-
tesari ted.
London, 39, ~ I he Daily Mail
learns, that the mystery ol thedis.
'i pea rant < <>f 1 ha I lublin Crown
li A'ls w ill be receivi d in London
(hortl) by a libel action which one
ol t to~ Dniilm Castle "liui ilg who
fell uiul 1 a 11"inI of suspicion, will
bring, with iIip olijprt ol vindica.
ins personal honour.
Mew York, 29. Sit C< 1 il V.Spring
R irr, t in- Ambass idoi for (ireat
Hi it,mi tn tin- 1 "111 tt il States, irriv'
I j it day, II is family w 1
come over later, lie said, when he
had prepared for them 111 Washing.
I ton.
OUT OF STEP
When a man gets out >>f stepfhe is only
one remove from being out of line.
When tli" man hing step was invt
it was h\ a < i' neral who 1 ppn ciated the
of unifon n. He may havi 1
in or Potiphar ; but whoever he was, he under-
hologj.
1 swinging in perfi t I rossa bridge will
it dn I for thai reason armi broken t< a
for hundreds of years.
In if motion tl i, spi ed and ethusi-
To 1 to 1 the thrill 1 f c mradeship '
the "I"- trie v ill te I ii nit.
I en who are in step in busi ire the men who believe
it can be done and when a man believes it can be done, he
illy does it.
I pit i.-in who is out <>f step.
A 11 on comes upon the scene of action, ( 11
ration of young m in filled with life and h ipe, a I >n tint
is studying 1 ; ower, self-confidi nee and mass psycholo
ters believe in I Ives, Theyactwith uni-
fi ii mitj and with a will.
The man who is out of them with a snarl,
shelters himself behind .1 logical sneer, says it can't be dooe, and
: by him.
In if step mea'is more than simply to other men is to plans and methods. A man can be .1 chronic
ter and yel b able to get into line.
It isw ben a ni I beli ve in anj thing that
.ing for that he fails utterly, either as em-
ploj r.
i,l.|' INTO 5TEP. It will keep you happy.
IMPERIAL
Friday's Special
Program
VI B: 1 p in.
SIX PICTURES
, /. \NLI rO'S MARRIAGE
A beautiful hand COLl >RED Film.
2DRAWING THE I INE
By the famous REX
I CARNIVEROUS ANIMALS. Showing some of the
wildest animals 111 the WOrfd.
4ANIMATED WEEKLY
IAN ANARCHICAL ATTEMPT
This is tun.lie. than FOOLSHEAD
6CLIMBING THE MATTERHORN. 1'he famous
Swiss Mountain the only picture of its kind ever taken
VAUDEVILLE
LITTLE MISS VIOLET KNOWLES
lu a nt w hRJog performance
Od. rS-



! in: I k I C U N I:
SPECIAL SALE
m the
NASSAU BAR.UAIN HOUSE
rHUlSDAY and FRIDAY
Mn.y 1st and 2nd.
Prices only good for 2 I)ny
FOR HIRE.
3 Onlv SiDglc Knamled Bedsteads
with spiing at i each
3 Double D.>. Wooden .it t
Mich,
i Large (Bevld Glass) Bureau
priced 3. 10s. lor 3.
3 \Vah Staedl >n 1 and 1 4s.
i Large Gilt Mirror price 2 lor
1 ics.
2 Dopriced "1 at only 16s.
2 Wicker Rockers at only 1.
1 Fine 3 Mule Blue Flame Oil
Stove for cost.
2 Felt Mattrasses (s'ngle) priced
1. at \ 12s.
2 Wicker Go Carts price 2
each at 1. 14s
8 Day Parlor Clocks priced \.
8s. Ml only :
l Parlor fables at 18s. and 1.
Large Turkish Bth Towels is.
Cd. and is. 3d., each.
30 Doz of t lie 6d Towels will he
old at only 4 Vd
While Damask Table Cloths at
4s-
A. F. MOORE.
April 30th iqi3.
Why import Butter
from New York?
It crisis more than suets. per lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44Ctl. per lb. and weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
ANNA E. RAE.
PROPRIETRESS OP
The Vogue andAu Bon Marc he
The L.nen Store Sf OreS.
Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
High. Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Beautiful Irish Laces and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite designs
Geisha Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes and Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linens,
While and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE willi batii room at
lached and all out door conven-
iences including a Tank.
East Street, Smith, opposite
Nassau Prison,
Applv to
JOS. LMNG
Blue Mill St. south
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL SI ORE
OUR "Ro> Household
Biand ! lout telling at 2,1
pence per lb. .. 1 30s. per bag of
196 lbs.
"Golden Star Flour a lbs for 3J '.
and "Laurel Brand" Frour"
for 3id.
Centennial I t. per bail 8s.
Tigs Feet in Vinegar *tI 7 I. per lb.
Drown Sugar ,.t 2] I pi lb Our
rice white and 1 -1 in town
selling at 4d. |ier quaii.
All our Groceries are fiesli and 1
good quality and cluup.
Pure Jamaica Rum at 10s, p.-i
gallon.
JAMFs L. SAUNDERS & Co.
Nassau N. P.
Bahamas.
Vpril 15th iq 13.
SSRp Cutlery
a line Assoi t iiienl ol :
U VZORS
Table Knives
Pocket K"i' es
Bull li 'i Knives
Bread Knives
Can iiit; Sets in *. uses,
and
SCIS-ORS,
f. ir s.i 11- liy
Chas. E A Ibury.
t^50.000
THE)
ROM
CUIHfi
OF
MEN'S AILMENTS
FREE BY MAIL V
WORTH $10 TO ANY MAN
Every afflicted man. ti.rTwnng from suit m dl*a-e, should wr*J
' guickforhiSOapyoftl.il Wunderfu. Pw Boasi. Il K.i Id
troru/. airapla word* how any roan ran prtvat*l> ryr* Mm*
P*MBjg>. of vuch dieemee* mm IUkhI Poia-on (Iiihrrfted or Acqti
Vital WeiknsM. LuM of Power. Nervoua IMii.Hv. In.lincrvt
Orvsnie or (ontuiuus Die. e.v, ti, Aft- r-efTYtia of 1-a-t Uv
tit.nnach. Liver. Kiilin-y ii-l HUl'i^r'lri.ut-ir No matter I
long you have uffe-r*"!; how old or ituhlurTi vour rar ; how ]
often ywa haw* failed to find relief or how Jiarourmf+d suw ,
down hrterl you are tMi soak eHM ka a rovalatlaet
sjlv> 70a new nope a new leaao on life. It churn fuil of ,
w ffsKfd. aound lotjic and advice just the Lhinica you ahould '
I'nw and follow. If you want your aid-time, hearth, at*
we) reatord, aand HIOHT NOW fr *eer ropv of thu
> ! Heettk mil- I I
DR. JOS. LISTER & CO."'!,
wavl
\/* / wuld iforiti ail wit appiet iHir < 11 rnl S nuke 'hi* we now'
VV have mi .ml an extensive >i..ck of 11 \ VAN A CIGARS. We
guarantee 0111 In and to I)'- mail-"I I he finest Havana and Sumatra
W tappers, nn. 1 11 v.h a Killers I hi oi'ghnut.
I'hese l u.'inufHi ii"......'I pnemises by skilled workmen
nntl 1 '.. 1 pains no taken 10 produced h Iicle ul superior quality,
I lie success we li ive niei with in the pt*i leads us confidently to expect
the pat 1 on age ol c< nnoiseurs,
I I. S\!N'D! RS X Co.
Bav-Sreef.
S
For bale.
I OND HAND BUM l\-'.
I-Ml' IV slki \U B Mvl-'l L*.
I >. |i IHNSO!* s o,
V pr i I 31 -1 .
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIKE STOCK
AT t.KEAIl.V R.EDI/CE1)
PR.ICES
FOR. ONE MONTH.
\ I r 11 12.141;
LEARN TO BE A
LOST.
Yr I KWU O ftemoon in the
( ,i,m, ,,|.. ,,; \<)dlof(toii I louse
_ \ l. idirs (id : Double Ca*-
W itch with hat' latn\ Reward,
I.e. ve Al I 1 bune", 1 "in- .
REPUDIATION
npHE public are hereby warned
X that I will nol he responsible
for any debts contracted iu any
wav by Alice Blanche Bail Ion.
CHAS. H. BAILLOU
W, a. \i \ I ill H.
UNDER 1 \KIR.
DESIRES to inform Ins friend?
and the Public 1I1..1 he lui. ]
I just received complete outfit id
Ifacilities for ihe business ol ,n\ mi.
[dertaker, which pi.ices hmi in a
position to carry out Funerals thai
in iv lie entrusted 1 1 Ins care v\ nli
^ '''in and despati h ; and respi 1
fully solicits then patronage let
ui\ Prtci s in^t Hmi prove thai they
[are the very lowest foi firsl clas

Williams ShoeS
Are BETTER
V?beL% Shingle. STENOGRAPHER
BOOKKEEPER
SALESMAN
JUST R.ccelved per Schner
"Koberis .ml Kvuscll-." from
Si. James City. FloriJe., a full
Assortment of Lumber Knd Shin,
lies:
, I \ 1 1 and 12. If X 10 and I 2
ol 2 ft. lengths Hiid upManls
as .1 ipecia liy.
\V have opened up a trade with
the Above Purl in mis couuiiodtiy.
Duyen would do well to see us
before purchasing elsewhere.
An I ate also Shipper* of m-.-i!
CHAS. J. KELLY & BKO.
PLACK YOUR IIUDI R
QUICK AS VVK GET I-ROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Bre.st Collar, an.!
Collar and I lames, Ian Colour,
Horse or Pony sim Web Harness.
Call al Store and see Sample llai-
ness in use.
Price delivered inNassaa Iretght
and Duty Paid 30/
Will need V> davs to deliver.
C.O.D. C. C.SAUNDERS.
Fast Biv St
FOR PARTICULARS WRITI
BROW..S HOME STUDY SCHOOl
EIGHTH MD PIKE, SI. LOUIS. IP
AMBITION TALK*.
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bound In book form
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WILLIAMS'
SHOES
ARK BETTER.


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