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p I! T II I. T RIBUNE Wilson City AI visit to the Lodge) acting .is Master of ceremonies. The service was conducted with marked attentivenesa by menbere and visitors among winch w| are pioud to state thai the.General Man the II. I Co. and wifi l 1 d bj 1 -in 1 ..I the said fii m Mr. Becker and wife Commission. er Culmer and famdv and the W-v Ball. I here were several addi given by these distinguished visitors. Mr. Becker's add character was very instructive and interesting, Mr. Cuhncraddn ss on r riendship was also ni tI, h>llowtd i>> an addn ss bj 1 < R .. Ball on Love M hich was woi 1 h hearing, along with 1 ifaei bj friends, aftei which Hi was called to hymn and the Be on. I he I. I in pro :i and marched to the Lodge Hall where refreshments > M. I am ohlig 1 • ite sir th it there had not been a more m irke I impression to the minds of ihe citizens of Wilso 1 ( it) since its l • iblishmerW. I he young I is in rapid growth and we trust that it will continue. I hanking yi u foi sp 1 e "l I HI I s K'l.i .,1 \ BE rHEL. I ailor. It %  ti d that Small Pox exists at Miami, flooded district and thus far the known loss of life in this section is confined to two NfgrOflS, A race is no better than its women CABLEGH \MS. Lond in, | -. Mi Belmont and Mrs. v .cii ol \< A "i ,.il % front scais mi Hi,platform ..1 the meeting of the Women* Political Union at Kmgsway Hall to-night to protest against the loiciuie I. eding of imprisoned suffragettes. Vldalia, I..,,,.,.;„,, 3 o-|| ie ni. a wuter is spreading with rk .t" 1, %  e ov. r Concordia Pa |sL 1 limn .: Uiu n aiti 1 town HI its path southward to the Red River. Hundreds ol hu u< 1 suns ate bmiig moved from the London, 30.—Up to a late hour to-night the British foreign office had no news th it Austria was .<v> n I most 1 on< siv< !\ thai a majoi itj ol the \> >wIMS are not prepared to >1 >pt like measures against Montenegro, Vienna, 31 >. -I he 11 u M .is agitated to 1 pressed. I. mi Ion, JO. Lieut. Roger Har. rison of the Brii ion 11 irps was kil l ed w l ile : I ,11: ri i-da) .III attempting 1 rap 'I .1 tor f his biplan his machine I 1 the ground 1 30.— \ bulletin ins in ati dance on the of Connau {ht states 1 hat another o| tinn is ii-'. ssary, 1 n, 30. — A •> it I if.: I • 1 %  1 .1 W 11| in in 11 • f his visit to Kai w. 1 %  re 1 j po minorities anon) from For Sale. S ECOND I AND BRICKS. i.Mr n -II,\K !-. \Kh i L*\ |. S. Ji >H\-> I AI ril a I-13. Why import Butt-r from New York ? It costs more than 5octs, p-r lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 44Cts, per lb. and we eed. NEW VOKK HOUSE I•( k HIRE, A SIX R<' IM DWEI LIN< i I It >l's|with h itli room at '! I ienctjs includrng 1 I'ank, South, oppo ite Nassau '1 isoi.. Apply to J()S. LAING Blue Hill St. South REPUDIATION I U HR public are hereby warned 1 that I will II< .t he retponsib e my debts uontrai ted in any way bj Uice Blanche Baillou. CHAS. II. JBAII LOU IMPERIAL Friday's Special Program A'l 3:15 P "'• SIX IMC Ti K'I 3 ZANLTTO'S MARRIAGE A ; %  ICOl !) Film. AV1NG THE LINI Rv th I X C VRNIVhRi >US AXI.M \l S Mi of the u ildest animals in 11 Id. ANIMATED WEEKLY \\ \X \RCHIC.\I UTI Ml is fuiiniei %  KOOI SHEA11 CLIMBING THE MATl ERHORN. thi 1 inly pi its ken \'AI hIA'II l LIT IT IMISS Vli 'I I I KM )\\ I 111 .-1 11 \ lv in 1 %  I Give Sunlight Soap TRIAL. am nt in favour of tap is 111 11 e 1 i-n 1.in .1 tri I -il the If. Sunliuht Soap tO help Hid docs n.ikis I1.11 il work s\. nave* 1 ubhing I s. rubbing, and does the work easil> .UKI well Sunlight Soap is a nood worket and will save yon money, labour, and clothes. TRY IT IRS I IMI I ||). Ill' RHOI VMI w wouhl 11 .il .ill w \i 1 ippreciaie a (icod Sm<-kf have o I an exle sive Si rk of IIA VAN \ I guarantee out made ol the hum HHI Wrappers, anil Havana Killers throiighout. These i irs are manufactured .n "in premiw %  1 d ({real pains arc taken in produce an ai tide nl -- %  j >i I he sui i we h vi met with in the past h id the patronage of i urs. |. L. SAl NDERS thai we • Il VRS 1.1I >nmatre 1 v\ ni 1.11 en rj 1 m 111 y, ntlj toexpw t A Co. Bnv Sreet. -i.



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VOL. X. V^ NMIIIMS nddirtus Jvrare In verba mr.ylstri. Being bound lo wear (o the Dogmas of no Master. Nassau, N. P.. Bhain.v., Kridixy. May 2. 1913. No. IX. CO V) 0) LEON K ti Dl PI ( ll. 4 \\ i> KIOPHII I OI'KI M ,i M UtKBT STRBB1 • HLISHliU U Ml. 1 ) M IUIII pv ... 1 I. I uesdaj : 1 r, ,,|.v ... |d .Veeklv ... ri'l I i ithh i^ %  | ,) laiter lv M Uainv.rlv Vu '' f> iv MIL! IN A l>v I NCR. John \ Bo % %  Esq, ommis. sionei at ill Bk'IU San S.lv id r, is making a sirenuous effort lo make an im| rovewenl i i the clvaninii ul SM ti in l! Disti" under Innttol Hat ti R mi law <> ilte iv j i he i* ir) ing an alternative rtbei "to ru e' y love ili. HI fear.' I le inot only holding ; igi ;.n I talking with and lo il e pi uple, bul lie i s frej quently seen with tint people nl llieu kraals, and I ) p'< "cal de. tration helping them lo avoid killing "the goose hicli lays ihe egg" 'I Ins is wr y ( CIIIMI' IKI.II le in Mr, Howe, and we would teci minend tlie sane com e pui u ed by otltei Cornmosinners ol the i cleaning 1 lis'rii is, I hisi ore btned with .1 determmai o n the pai t nf ihe bu) ers not to pun hate the irx.properly cltaned material would, in N verj short lime, cure the trouble and diffi ultiej now ei pei ienced in the saleol out Hand I ui.1 Sisal in I oreign Markets, j I he I iln.irv 1 ireen is the probable pla •• f ir 1 lie e eel i"ii ol the Wireless Station, And the I 1 11 1. lion aod telegraph Departments will, in consequence, exchange quarter-., |oi i" have Ihe Wueless the Telegraph, tba Electric light, the Telephone offices housed in the one building. The Schooner, "Sarah I.. Dou glass" arrived last night liom Advert R < %  $> m • %  1 ei line •11 %  threi %  1 line invrtio ime foi subsequent insertions Vdverttsementi undei tight lines Miami with %  •< ca'po of Im : 1 % %  • nd •.Innules and the fold %  \! i* Maud Curry; rres 1 belli Johns* in, v > vi Forcer, Ann le Itrice, Elita I 'r.i It, Cei lia nnn Ii Vride !e\ Jul ia VYoodside, Bnd Eliea McKennie, .1. lines lohnson, [antes Dawl Henry Dean, William Mild r, w 1 1 il Mini i\ Majoi Minn is, ( d men 1 Minuis, Perct Major, Osborne Kn.iwlis, I'r.ii Rimer, Neshitt kolle, Nimui I I In -n-|i->>n, SI rack Hiown, Willj^m Pratt, Zeptu enia h Rolle, Reuln. n Roll*, I %  I .i\ Alfred Iturrows, Fi ink Foa, 1 Stra'.t, John McMinn. \dflei i ir 1 n is Vddei ey, ttosi m AdderI v, tnsel Sft indent, Willi im Snun. dei s, William W ilkinson, Hei Ii 1 ] MI 111 Henry Forbesj (.15) |"he Schooner "Admifal" arrive I fro II Miami last night with 11 < 11 Kn, Wm.Macke*, Wm, Dean, Ira John s,„, M.uiii.i Hepburn, |rMatthew R iin, l-.iislia I inns' m, Cornelius Roberts, Hen/> I Igecomhe, llorsa Seym oar, and Mberi Roberta; Mastei George W kei (50) .•* •| he Si bi 1 ii1 "Sarah E Douglass and the Vdmiral" had a dose 1 c %  on ,; i • v '-'' lroin Miami to Nassau The Admiral left an hour, ahead of the "Douglass" bul was soon overtaken, and for several boura thev were close enough together to.-o.u1 with each other, during ihe night fore last th.v separated in the

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VOL. X.
V^
NmIIims nddirtus Jvrare In verba mr.ylstri.
Being bound lo wear (o the Dogmas of no Master.
Nassau, N. P.. Bhain.v., Kridixy. May 2. 1913.
No. IX.
CO
V)
0)
LEON K ti Dl PI ( ll.
4 \\ i> Kiophii I
oi'ki M ,i M UtKBT STRBB1

HLISHliU U Ml.1)
M iuiIi
pv ... 1 I.
I uesdaj : .
1 r- ,,|.v ... |d
.Veeklv ... ri'l
I i ithh i- ^|
,) laiter lv ...... M .
Uainv.rlv
Vu ''
f> iv MIL! IN A l>v I NCR.
John \ Bo , Esq, ommis.
sionei at ill Bk'IU San S.lv id r,
is making a sirenuous effort lo
make an im| rovewenl i i the
clvaninii ul Sm ti in l!"- Disti" '
under In- nttol Hat ti R mi law
<> ilte iv j i he i* ir) ing an
alternative rtbei "to ru e' y love
ili.hi fear.' I le i- not only holding
; igi ;.n I talking with
and lo il e pi uple, bul lie is frej
quently seen with tint people nl
llieu kraals, and I ) p'< "cal de.
tration helping them lo avoid
killing "the goose hicli lays ihe
egg"
'I Ins is wr y (ciiimi' ikI.iI le in
Mr, Howe, and we would teci m-
inend tlie sane com e pui u
ed by otltei Cornmosinners ol the
i cleaning 1 lis'rii is, I hisi ore
btned with .1 determmai.....on the
pai t nf ihe bu) ers not to pun hate
the irx.properly cltaned material
would, in n verj short lime, cure
the trouble and diffi ultiej now
ei pei ienced in the saleol out Hand
I ui.- 1 Sisal in I oreign Markets,
j
I he I iln.irv 1 ireen is the pro-
bable pla f ir 1 lie e eel i"ii ol the
Wireless Station, And the I 1 11 1.
lion aod telegraph Departments
will, in consequence, exchange
quarter-., |oi i" have Ihe Wueless
the Telegraph, tba Electric light,
the Telephone offices housed in
the one building.
The Schooner, "Sarah I.. Dou
glass" arrived last night liom
Advert R <- $> m 1 ei line
11 threi 1 line
invrtio
ime foi subsequent insertions
Vdverttsementi undei tight lines
Miami with < ca'po of Im : 1 nd
.Innules and the fold

\! i* Maud Curry; rres
1 belli Johns* in, v> vi Forcer,
Ann le Itrice, Elita I 'r.i It, Cei lia
nnnIi Vride !e\, Jul ia
VYoodside, Bnd Eliea McKennie,
.1.lines lohnson, [antes Dawl
Henry Dean, William Mild r, !
w 1 1 il Mini i\ Majoi Minn is, ( d -
men 1 Minuis, Perct Major, Osborne
Kn.iwlis, I'r.ii Rimer, Neshitt
kolle, Nimui I I In-n-|i->>n, SI
rack Hiown, Willj^m Pratt, Zeptu
enia h Rolle, Reuln. n Roll*, I
I .i\ Alfred Iturrows, Fi ink
Foa, 1 Stra'.t, John McMinn.
\dflei
i ir 1 n is Vddei ey, ttosi m Adder-
I v, tnsel Sft indent, Willi im Snun.
dei s, William W ilkinson, Hei
Ii 1 ] mi 111 Henry Forbesj (.15)
|"he Schooner "Admifal" arrive I
fro ii Miami last night with 11 < 11
K |i is*." gets,
\| isses Malven 1 Mingo, M iry
Mun ' nc Wa I
D irsi It, Myri le n and
i'h.11 lutti I ieveaux, (R led.)
Me?dames Gohta I'hurston, l\"s,i-
lie De merit ti, M ililda Uwell, \di -
1,ml.' Manro, I Ipheli 1 Curtis, Es-
I el l<" W hi lev, Louisa Hamilton and
r 1 -,., ..,:, Mi -.is (Justus
Smith, Henry A I I -rl -y, Wm. YA 1-
l,.v.i le man B< ihel, Si mley Major,
1 .,.,. Armhrister, I hristophei
1 larke \nlne Straw n, Qabi iel
C iopi r,Che* ""' fnonette, Wm.Fer
gurson.Joho W'e'.li, David Rolle,
All.ml lean, Afberl White, lames
I'ethell Halliard De in, Esau Dr >n,
Wm.Macke*, Wm, Dean, Ira John
s,, M.uiii.i Hepburn, |rMatthew
R iin, l-.iislia I inns' m, Cornelius
Roberts, Hen/> I Igecomhe, llorsa
Seym oar, and Mberi Roberta;
Mastei George W kei (50)
.*
| he Si bi 1 ii-1 "Sarah E Dou-
glass and the Vdmiral" had a
dose 1 c on ,;' i v '-'' lroin,
Miami to Nassau The Admiral
left an hour, ahead of the "Dou-
glass" bul was soon overtaken,
and for several boura thev were
close enough together to.-o.u- 1
with each other, during ihe night
' fore last th.v separated in the
"Admiral" w .lis-
tance ahead iin 1 iver.
taken ; the "Dous -.r-
rived -it 'ii<" bar 11 h ihe "Ad nir
al" a bout Iwo miles off,
The Committee of theCh..mlier
of Commerce for the Bshftminn
Exhibit, at me Ce.ne.dtan F.xhibi-
lion. at Toronto. Amini anrl Sep.
leniber, of this year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Slrombui" on snlo at
the exhibition &9 named above.
Exhibitors, Business men gene-
rally. l.o.'Hli'g House Keepers,
Hoarding House Ktrpers.Owner*
of places to rent av wintrr re*l-
den.es, Owner* of Boats,elcetc,
would do \(ell to ..civerlisc In the
ExhibitionNumbar and brinfl their
bu iness to the nol.Cs- of the many
thouwancis of t. ndii.ns wno will
visit ih'S exhibition, and who ..re
i\ growing factor In our n.urlst
business.
Special rates. Space should be
secui ed early.
More than two thousand of this
Issue will be printed wok will
make it the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published in
the Bahamas. No oni who has
anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Exnibilion dum-
ber of '"I he Strombtis."
IN THE SUPREME C< M RT.
April Sest' n 1913,
1' ridaj a May
The'Courl mei al 1 1 ,.s 1 m.
present His Honour i. 1 udor
Esq K. '.. Chief Justice I he
Honble F. ,C. Wells. Durrani K.
C., \ttornev General ; W. K. S.
Ca I lender Kaq
the Registrar the Provost
Marshall.
fi e ttil of Eva Bullard re u -
ed.
I'he jurors in mini were dis-
charged f'i '"' ""
The. Attorne) ( ieneral eddiewM
the juty, r
The jury returned a vemul ol
"Guilty"
I he Court senteni <-'\ the prison-
er to 21 months with hard labour
The jury was dist barged ami
the Court adjourned to assemble
at 3 o'clock tins afternoon on the
Equity side.


p
I!
T II I. T RIBUNE
Wilson City AI April 301I1 1913.
Mr. Editor
Dear Sir:
Pleas" allow me space in llie
columns "I youi valuable journal
to cjnot< as tul low : -
' m Sundaj 27th inst al 4 p. m.
The G. G. A. O. ol Brother:
Sisteis of I., ami C. Jei ich 1 I
nacie No. 8 along with represen-
tives Irum Jerusalem Tabernacle
No. g which has just been organi-
sed; made then first I hanksgiving
procession to the Jericho Church
where the service took plan', con-
ducted by D. G, Y. S. Ji remiah
Rahmingfwho was over on <> visit
to the Lodge) acting .is Master of
ceremonies. The service was con-
ducted with marked attentivenesa
by menbere and visitors among
winch w| are pioud to state thai
the.General Man the II. I .
Co. and wifi
l1".....d bj 1 -in 1 ..I the said fii m
Mr. Becker and wife Commission.
er Culmer and famdv and the W-v
Ball.
I here were several addi
given by these distinguished visi-
tors. Mr. Becker's add char-
acter was very instructive and
interesting, Mr. Cuhncr- addn ss
on r riendship was also ni t- I, h>l-
lowtd i>> an addn ss bj 1 < R ..
Ball on Love m hich was woi 1 h
hearing, along with 1 ifaei
bj friends, aftei which Hi
was called to
hymn and the Be on.
I he I. I in pro :i
and marched to the Lodge Hall
where refreshments > M.
I am ohlig 1 ite sir th it
there had not been a more m irke I
impression to the minds of ihe
citizens of Wilso 1 ( it) since its
l iblishmerW. I he young I
is in rapid growth and we trust
that it will continue.
I hanking yi u foi sp 1 e
"l I HI I s
K'l.i .,1 \ BE rHEL.
I ailor.
It ti d that Small Pox
exists at Miami,
flooded district and thus far the
known loss of life in this section is
confined to two NfgrOflS,
, A race is no better than its
women
CABLEGH \MS.
Lond in, | -. Mi Belmont and
Mrs. v .cii ol \< a "i ,.il%
front scais mi Hi,- platform ..1 the
meeting of the Women* Political
Union at Kmgsway Hall to-night
to protest against the loiciuie I. ed-
ing of imprisoned suffragettes.
Vldalia, I..,,,.,.;,, 3o-||ie
ni. a wuter is spreading with rk .-
t"1, e ov. r Concordia Pa
|sL- 1 limn .: Uiu n aiti 1 town hi
its path southward to the Red
River. Hundreds ol hu u< 1
suns ate bmiig moved from the
London, 30.Up to a late hour
to-night the British foreign office
had no news th it Austria was .<<-
tually taking separate a- t on
nst Montenegro,
Mi el ings of l 1 ladors in
London hat 1 u >v> n I most 1 on<
siv< !\ thai a majoi itj ol the \> >w-
ims are not prepared to >1 >pt
like measures against Montenegro,
Vienna, 31 >. -- I he 11 u m .is
agitated to 1
pressed.
I.mi Ion, JO. Lieut. Roger Har.
rison of the Brii ion
11 irps was killed w l ile !:
I ,11: ri i-da).III
attempting 1 rap 'I .1
tor f his biplan
his machine I 1 the ground
1 30. \ bulletin
ins in ati
dance on the of Con-
nau {ht states 1 hat another o|
tinn is ii-'. ssary,
1 n, 30. A > it
I if.- : I 1 1. .1 W 11| in in 11
f his visit to Kai
w. 1 re 1 j
po minorities anon)
from
For Sale.
SECOND I AND BRICKS.
i.Mr n -ii,\k !-. \Kh i L*\
|. S. Ji >H\-> I
AI ril a I-13.
Why import Butt-r
from New York ?
It costs more than 5octs, p-r lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44Cts, per lb. and we
eed.
NEW VOKK HOUSE
I( k HIRE,
A SIX R<' IM DWEI LIN< i
I It >l's|- with h itli room at
'! I
ienctjs includrng 1 I'ank,
. South, oppo ite
Nassau '1 isoi..
Apply to
J()S. LAING
Blue Hill St. South
REPUDIATION
" IUHR public are hereby warned
1 that I will ii<.t he retponsib e
my debts uontrai ted in any
way bj Uice Blanche Baillou.
CHAS. II. JBAII LOU
IMPERIAL
Friday's Special
Program
A'l 3:15 P "'
SIX IMC Ti K'I 3
ZANLTTO'S MARRIAGE
A ; ICOl !) Film.
AV1NG THE LINI
Rv th I X
C VRNIVhRi >US AXI.M \l S Mi of the
u ildest animals in 11 Id.
ANIMATED WEEKLY
\\ \X \RCHIC.\I UTI Ml
! is fuiiniei KOOI SHEA11
CLIMBING THE MATl ERHORN.
thi 1 inly pi its ken
\'AI hIA'II l
LIT IT I- MISS Vli 'I I I KM )\\ I
111 .-1 11 \ lv in
----------1-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I
Give Sunlight Soap
TRIAL.
am
nt in favour of
tap is 111 11 e 1 i-n
1.in .1 tri I -il the
If. Sunliuht Soap
tO help Hid docs
n.ikis I1.11 il work
s\. nave* 1 ubhing
I s. rubbing, and
does the work
easil> .ukI well
Sunlight Soap is
a nood worket
and will save yon
money, labour,
and clothes.
TRY IT
IRS I IMI I ||).
Ill' RHOI VMI
w
wouhl 11 .il .ill w \i 1 ippreciaie a (icod Sm<-kf
have o.....I an exle sive Si rk of IIA VAN \ I
guarantee out made ol the hum Hhi
Wrappers, anil Havana Killers throiighout.
These i irs are manufactured .n "in premiw
1 d ({real pains arc taken in produce an ai tide nl -- j >i
I he sui i we h vi met with in the past h id
the patronage of i urs.
|. L. SAl NDERS
thai we
Il VRS
1.1I >nmatre
- 1 v\ ni 1.11 en
rj 1 m 111 y,
ntlj toexpw t
A Co.
Bnv Sreet.
-i.


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