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T II k T R I BJU N k Zbe {Tribune Tuesday. May b. 1913. Our re iders have no t noticed in cablegrams lately that the Belgian woi vent out on strike in order to trv to force th< 11 rnment to grant a reform of the Franchise. By the use of the plural vote, the Conservative-, m Belgium have been able to more than neutralise the votes of the people. A promise of a compromise on the question has induced the labourers to resume work. A good many people in all countries deplore a widening -I the Franchise, with IN ine\ liable consequence of an inci in the power of the I moi We take the view that an extension of the suffrage is a safer measure than a refusal of it. Even a Conservative statesman when face to face with this subject, would be well advised if he put himself at the head of a movement for increasing the voting power of the proletariat, and followed that up with a bold policy of Social reform. In that way the Aristocracy would be able to retain a hold on the Democracy which would be helpful to the interests of each. But the Conservatives as a bodj are not likely to see things in that light. Privilege is apt to agree to reform only when it caunol IM any longer refused. It I-. therefore, generally the task "I Liberalism to assist the march of Democracy. We belftve firmly that everv extension of• the Franchise in the United Kingdom has been wise. In 1N46' men were knocked ah.,nt by the police lor holdin:; a meeting to deman 1 the \oie. \\h. n Disraeli in IM.;, by the aid .,1 the Liberals, gave Household Suffrage to the oughs of Great Britain and lr< land, lie did his counti. greatei service than did th %  • • emeu kV ho u bruised two Chartists la ugitatmg the vot i as I 1 • au them to use the parish pump :,. .v.-,,., 1 Hl ,,{f then hea '" I* I I':, ,yri. ultl 1 iirv-i got the wm-. 1 |„swas as lai as me \\m-s „ u kl K o in the path <>i refoim. but thev would not have gone so fai ii they had IJOl seen that it was ju.,1 and prudent. I he vole Is not only a means of Securing laws to benefit the voter, it is also a safety valve. When a man hasa fail chance of taking part in the choice of law makers he is all the less likely to talk of revolution. J THE PUBLIC IIF.Af.TH ACT 9'3III By this Act the offences under "Infecti 'US Diseases" are numerous that few if any escape I them, and the uniform penalty 1 of Ten pounds or one month I places the citizens of this island j under a despotism only ex< ed by that which demanded that bricks be made without istiaw. Again the purposes for which ; the Board of I lealth may n .1 • rule* are so many and varied j that we doubt if there is any ; thing left to citi ich the j Board of I lealth may not c in 'trol unless it be the personal toilet. However no complaint an l>e made of any la k of comprehensivenes in the Bill, and I to carry out its provisions in their entirety we should say, the whole time of the entire Board would be occupied, with no time for anvthing else. Then What ?It is evident that to make this Bill acceptable, the amendments would be so numerous cellency the Governor transmitthat it would be much easier to ting application from B •.ml of recast it with some considers Public Works, which was 1 tion of the rights and privileges and ordered to be punted of the individual citizen. Mr. L. VV. Yofing ask*d the In raising objections to tins following questions: We hope that this plant will meet Mr, Johnson's expeditions in his own interest and that of the public and that we will nolonger have to complain NO I CM j We learn that the Maleiinl for the Wireless telegraph towers has not am\ ed per "Vigilancia" • ted. Among the passengers per Mad Steami 1 "Vigilancia" this morning is Dr Cornelius II K edit, who, we understand intends to 1 irate here, .** Mail S \ 'cikri arrii 1 d early this morning from Ne I Y01 k wvh the followin.; passengers. Miss ( )||\ 1 Mo,re ; Mr and Mrs, John r. Corne lius II. Knight. Mr. Jean ( irosbois I 6 I and in transit for Ilavana. IP )i SE I 'I ASSEMBLY. Monday, 5th May. 1913. The I louse met according to adjournment. I -ent: -The Hon. The iker ei nI. The Hon. I. P. Sands presented Mi age Ni 1. 1 1 from I lis \:\ 1 Bill, it is with no desire to sim ply find fault, but it musi remembered thai laws are enacted in this col my of which the general public knownothing until by some mischance the) find themselves brought to book 'for offences about the existi Iof which they 1 re absolutely unaware. It may be in the int. rest of the d profession, bul it certain 1. I low many applications wen %  d for the positi n of permanent tidewaiter during th pei iod from isl [anua v to the jist March 1013? 2. What are the names of the applicants and the date 1 >f ap plii utions i' spei tiv 1\ Answen d by the I Ion, .1. P. Sands. Answ< rs will l>< given I he saM I >u< stions and Anly is not in that of the general swers orderedT to be printed, public. The law is not promul-! I ave was granted Mr I W, Culmer for the remaindei of the n. Mr Bowen presented a peti tion from Mr. Shedrach Thomas SV( od playing for a small pen gion, win' h was read and ordei d bul %  '.ei, one unfortunately and u n itentionally violates a law of u Inch he knows ly nothing a Magistrate will unreasonably tell him thai ignorance is no excuse before law. This may be law hut is ed to be punted. it justu I We have been informed bv Mr, I larold I-.. M. Johnson that his Cold Storage plant has arrived per "Vigilancia" and that the Mechanic to instal same with some of the parts will arrive by nexl steamer, Mr. Sands moved that the Governor's Message No. transmitting a petition from Dr. Bate, Public Physician at Inagua, asking for compensation for lostea incurred on his way to Nassau on official duty, be referred to a Select Commit tee. Mr. Brice moved in amendment thai the said pJNfitiou b not BO refi 1 red. Mr. Malcolm moved a fill tie 1 amendment that the question of referring the said petition to a Select Committee be not now • 1 msidered. ()n the question being pul it ted in the amnnativi solved therefore thai the referring of th< said p tition to a %  led Committee be not now 1 onred. ()n motion of I )r. Johnson the Repoi i 1. lect Cu nmittee o|| I i is I \ ', 1 eror's %  >sa • %  X' 1 |8 relative t" Win less 1 elegi aphy was adopted. ()n motion "ii' .1 'hn-oii the Vote ol Indemnitj a 'ompanj the Report nl the Selei 1 Committee on Hn Excel lencj the Governor's Message No ; v live to Wireli ss 'l digraph) w.is read a s,, Hurl time. i_ for \\ ireless I eh :raph St u in New Providence, ()u motion of Ih. Johnson Rules 10 and 15' nf the I louse ;\i re suspended h 11 e\ening ; and the sol Vote of Indemnity rei d a thud time an 1 to. Order* d that the Chief Clerk do convex the said Vote of Indemnity agreed to b> the House this < % %  ••nin j to the Legislai ive Council and desire their con1 urr -nee thei On m ition of Mr. Malcolm Parap aph 1 of I le R< port of rt C mmittee appointed to consider the desiiabilitv of 1 ro\ ing the ap|> aiance of the Fi rts in Ni %  !' ; 'iice .ml 01 His I cy the < iovernorX Message No it, m ding the voi in:: ••! 1 100 to the Board of Works for improving the appe 11.111 e D"| the forts in New Provideu ••. w is adopted. It was moved I IJ Mi Mali olm that paragraph s "I the sad Re port w hil h de dl >\ Ith the sub. ;e t ,.f the conversion of fort Monti gue ml" an aquarium, be red. Mi. All mi y moved in amend ment tiiat the said paragraph be not n deied. ( )n !•••. ing out 1; passed in the affirm 1 'IV. Resolv ed therefore that Paragraph 5 of the said report be not now considered. On motion of Mr. Johnson the Bill to amend the Motor Car Act I906 was read a second time and committed to a Committee of the Whole I Ions-. l



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Tin-. T R Mi U N !• On motion of Mr. Johnson 'lie Bill ia amend the Motor Car A i ] w is read a third time and passed. Ordered that the Chief Clerk do carry the Bill passed the I louse this evening v > the I • gislative Council and d their cone urrence therein. (In motion ol Mr. Sands the I louse adjourned until Tuesday i %  ning next at half pas' seven. ** Simms' Long Is l'i> the Kditor of 1 ribune, Sir, I notice in your paper of the 32nd inst, the bighry libelous, malicious, and defamatory effulion ol one "< Observer," ag thelormei Resident ti iard of Works of this Settle inent. I am v> iv sorry t .it he \s not 'a in enough to come oul 1 1 the open, and sign Inn as all men of truth and hon Ihs cowardly, malicious, 1 ivious, and traitorous spirit will not allow him to do so, but must take cover under an sumed nami uich emana lions can only spi iug from a %  d< I'M'. ,1 mind, I am fully I tainted with him 1 the promoter^ if not with the wiate. I have received many of his libelous and disho eat ambush attacks. I le has ever been 'uv 1 o'ls of me', lmt 1 take comfort in knowing, that he will, and is punishing himself. I h ive di ed ins letter into live pai ts, and will try to answer each. I lis in-' charge) which is highly in ilii 1 >us, libelous, an I defamatory t 1 former Resident luttices and Commissioners, is untruthful in ev try way, for I Know of no Climie here (onl) tiie one and if there were, and base enough to attempt such an act, I am quite sure, the gentlemen w ho have h Id such orti :e would have Spumed SUCh, and would denounced any one attempting to influence him in diverting jUStil e. indly, I d n't know to which of the Commissioners tie adudes, hut I think he ought to he made to name the one which lived at a private resilience, and thereby was influenced so much that justice was miscarried. I think such a chargeis highly libelous and defamatory to the official. Thirdly: in Rej "the Acting Chairman of Board of Works before receiving 01 awarding tenders, gives notice that he 1 wi 11 not 1 ay any mon< y. the C ontrai tor prod I %  c it" from one of the Mem of the Board of Works, as to the manner the work ha been perform d." I would ask, must the ni' mey be paid without inspection %  If the contra* I 1to I South of Simms," the ()omi sioner on Ins circuit, 1 which is \ ei v nearh monthly), repi uts on the work, and I am c uiGdent he never made any 1 hargc ; and if North from Simms,' Mr. V W Knowles, a member of the Board, generally th vork done, and tin Conti iCtOT a cert ill; and I can -ay without : that he nevei makes anj :an be proven by invest igation. I can assure yi iu I I'ourthly, as to this charge it is 11 ithing but lies, which cm easil) be Fo ind out, by the Go' rnm n\ ordering th • pre%  I lommissioner, or sending the C uii Justice w hen makuit, to li ild an in tigalion, which can be done, as .1 ( opy of .ill pay lists is kept, and the persons who have workI d 1 >n the ioal can he sent for and questii 'lied, as to the wax of their being pud, if by B n or Cash. I can assure \ ou, that 1 nave 1 ver been one who hated the 3artei sj stem, an 1 instead %  leiding it, have killed it, tor I met the monstei here. I inlly, ' % %  he mentions is the one known as from %  1 .1 als,' .in I in which name all gT nits hav b ed fi>r. li was on %  • worst 111 this district, but is now in line condition, which ail) one cm pro', e, pt the promoter <>r vvritei who is alwavs blind to the truth). The four grants c .1 period of more than t vvnt v years Now, in simple reason and jut! 1 9, n anyone so rri .1 p iad that is continually tra vi lied over by m in and bi that will not need repairs and upke."p in that tune : Why, Mr. Editor, in your paper of the 1 |th inst., I find you calling attention of the Board of Works to Bay Street, and very often about other roads and streets. How often in more than twenty years do they need repairs? And then to accuse the entire Board Oi Works, Chairman and all, f forger). det eption and Iv ing m making up the 1 %  for a grant for one item, arid using it lor another, is cei lamlv a hold charge. Strange, Ml. Editor, you did not make some enquires, say, from ou-Representatives, as to the charactei of the u*ntlemi n alluded to in the highly derogatory effusion of the writer, be Fi ire lending v our p I;I 1 to such. All I can lay to ll>sei ver" for the present is, that this is not the end. Yours etc. URIAH T. KNOWLES. A CARD Mr. and Mrs. Win. I'..Fountain desire f> thank the Tinny friends who so kin lly seni in floral tributes and expressions ol sympathy in their ivement. CABLEGRAMS. M iy 7th 1913. Vienna, .). Militar) opera) Austria xn<\ Italy in \lbai .re lo b ui 1 wi: hm a few i Both powers air 1 n pared to land 1 loops at \Ibanian poiis. paign of th" militants continues. Extensive sheds of th" Midland U ilroad i idfi > itaidinfj large >|ii-utii,. > < t as burned during the night, .uisipga loSS of 9 1 'IOOC, k At Aherheen Sc >tl mrl t 1 d iy one of the public soli I .as 1 nriied by suffragettes. Philadelphia, 4.—"Jock" Soutar, the Philadelphia professional racquet player, won the second and final stage of the racquet inatj h lor the professional champiooslii^ nf the world from Charles Williams, of England, the title holder. In the court of the Philadelphia Racquet Club. The new champion won in fipur straight games. P.0 is, 4. Importants result ipei ted of the remarkable dis1 v la Prof, I lartonvi lie of 1 he 1 'ol lege de I ranee ol a new ei tr-n 11 men more rowerful 1 han dviiH inte, winch he just has made public. li gets its force from the liquifaction ol e 1 II London, 4.—Win Marconi will I' 1 \ I •• 1 ,11 led h(nic the 111 ejunv committee 00 Wednetday.lt is believed thai the inquiry com mittee will probably end us labours .is -.0 ;is possible aftei ng I he inventor, whose system >\ .is this w eel< pi 1 M I 11 rued the only prac'i %  I I %  o 1 IJ iti chnical com lUlU' e I.oiid m, 1, I he season is get. tine imo its stride and although Newnvokei drew Ihe racinir tocitiv out ol t.ivvn, {Piccadilly and i loud St 1 eet ii 1 ve l> en crowded nnd afternoons. The Newmarket meeting was 111 .Ik< d bj the sui cess of one .I the king's horses, but unfortu%  was not thtie that la aid ifl, 4. I he condition of 1 Duchess of Connaughi lias shown some improvement since the se .11,1 operation on Tuesday and her strength is fairly well main1.lined. London, 4. —A great sensation was caused to day l>y the tragic end of the Countess ol Cottenli.im, who was found shot through the hi .1 it in I he woods ne.it < ioi ing on the Thames, under mysterious circumstances. The inquest n nd. n 6 the verdid thai the countess h d met her death by Bi 1 ident. London, 4.— The arson cam-1 A race is no better than its women V11 LIAMS' -IP US ALL BETTER. 1 Don't Wear a Truss! UTTER THIRTY YEARSEXPERIENCE, I HW PROOUCED AN 1PP1IANCI FOR MEN. WOMEN OR CHILDREN 1HAI CURES RUPTURE. I SEND IT ON TRIAL If you have tried most evSIJlMns else, come to me. Whore others fair is where I have m> greatest sui 11 Send attached coupon today and I will send you, free, my illustrated boOll onRupture and Its Cure, showing; tny Appliance and pvina you prices and names 'if many people who have tried it and are extremely grateful. It is instant relief where all others fail. < • Remember, I use no salves, no bai ^ ncss, no lies. Th* abovt b C E. Brooki. win hu b*en Curinc Rupture for or*r 30 run. II Ruptured, wni* him today. I make it to your measure and send it to you on a Mrict guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded, and 1 have put my price so lowtha^anybody, rich or poor.can buy it. I send it on trial to prove what I say -r Is true. Vou are the judge nod. once havinir aeon my illustrated book and read if. >on will be aa enthusiastic tut my thousand. tient.s whose letters ore on file in myoffii e EIU 0UI fREE COUPON IIIOW AND POST I00A Ponagt 2H e* ,M V. t FREE INFORMATION COUPON c. E. BROOKs. ••' SI .1" St. ..I S. 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y run T U I K I N I injs ( hairman of l'. () Work* bul pulatinns of these gentlemen iff*pr i h ible ind above such base calumm and barefaced lii s. I '"• ambition is in become n leader, ; ,,„| |, e ,., 1VI s ,,„. utl(i ^ 1 l> v olence, arn sage %6\ ic towards that wind, is Rood, have won th • respect <>f the community where they live. He Forgets that trying i" rob one of tli.tt which he has rightfully earned, will out has ten his aims. LOOK II E H I W ll<> wants my Bl GliY and HARNESS? .11 am leaving tins Be quick, \ W. A. SWEANY. NO I IC I for in my I' itroii-; that I have op Publi %  i Sbnp; and am now T ills is |o mf ii l the I'n .. < „;* %  , ... r< to do anything in the line ol I \ a Ills i SO (lf n f r„ „•;,,,., , ..%  it-..,i .._ loim-King Cienetal repair oi new wnrk iw-r '"," "" lr ," sh ""' dr.U A „ ..,,,,11,, corporal who was always nagging him about his clumsiness. The soldier replied—'1 intend to comman : ihis regiment my-elf I i I return Imme, and it would nevei do to bi _m by thrasl ing mj superior '.liner." "Ob take .-i I,nit from this tale, if his pig-headed brain would exp ind a little, Manj years ago SirnmV was in a stnti I lawl ess and ignore too. But I am ph teed to say that is ol tile pasl now. and it is difficult to impose on any one. VVh i: the acting t. hairman of Boai do] Works \\ is first appointed |ustice of the l' tn act singly (twenty-five or thirty years ago) then were there many evils abounding. Hut becausi the firm way be dead frith the the criminals biuugbt bi tore him, 1 1 u •• and urdei were i stablished, and he was commended foi ins valuable services. I h Sti| I and Circuit nevei sit simms' now, and seldom has the Commissionei a single cu I hankii a j ou foi yonr valuable spat e, Mr. Editor, I im, DAY.I.IGHT. P. A, I I UN 1,1. 4.53 By Street. liasl \\ liar I THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL MORE O IK "H Household loUl Se I I. Illllg .,1 2 I _)Os. |l our" FOR SALE 13V IENDER. { \^''#lalf ol that desirable building Lot on the Lastein klue of M,K kay street, floating on Bay-street Hi lee;, rad tunning sou i !i ward If 135 feet. I lie right is reserved to reject the ho %  %  ol iiie Tenders. I eudeis will %  '. \ I. M. KNOW 1 i-.-, East May sue.!, until the j 1st May, 1913. I 196 Ills. • Id Ml '-I'll and "I irel Bi d" F nui pei bag Brown Sugai at 2{ 1 p lb < lui 1 ice w bite and Hean, be*t m Low n selling ..t 4(1. pei |uari All our Groceries 1 fresh and I quality ai 1 heap. Pure Janiaic 1 Rum at n s, gallon. |AMPS I SAUNDERS & Nissau X. P. H liMtn is, \(-iii 151I I .-— s— jn New Opportunity To Make Money Wonderful Stt Oftt T A new, scientific process of photoTtJ praphy with a world of noney-maksag opporA^ \ L# tunity for ambitious men with small capital and ^ !" " %  Absolutely No Experience. Investigate Today tho "MANDEL" Post Card Machine A wonderful mnchiur that litlfs. fmihrs. find drh\( is original port card pt mmuir — right on th* spot, t.v the new Mnudcl" Positive proc >* witkovt pUtri. films -T printing. The mnchlnr mnkes five tliftrrrut styles of, picturt-sin tbrtei K4H inches: inini.'iluir pOtl COrdl 2X3 itu'hts; and OtM 1 pbotobattHMi Malm i rtrah IKIJiti'. thifiK UM1 I III .p. .it • -. , I,.,, —everywhere. Hundred of rich—why not yon? Btrufill. <>f Utah, XIUOO In -£ Months &mmotu. Georrta, wrtlei "Im.i.. SlOadav." I "Marie $Mi profit in thtes month*." Hun Be a one minute "pot card photographer." In post. 13.00 extra, i lode* everythinjr neo iry to Mart thii MJ of your own. Corap 1 i 1 one**. air f"ir*t *upp %  pi on beck youi t&ttrt original h %  Mnt. Writ* today for com plate free information. £ The Chicago Ferrotype Company, 1 lOForrotyp* Building, CHICAGO. 1U-. U.S.A. TORONTO Exhibition i 1913 P" • Sheffield Cutlery .1 line 1%  •! Iiiii-nt ..I : R \Z IRS l s Knives rocket Kni Bud li.T Kin' I'.ir.il Knivi Car\ ins Sell in ( .i-.v ;nid SClS>OKS. fur s.i Ic by Chas. E Albury. ANWA E. RAE. PKU!-Hf£ I KESa UF The Vogue and A u Bon Marche Stores. %  ii Sale ol MWAI lioods. very roducad It I..-.-. <.,..,. d | pricuk. B0B.U.1U11 iri.li tftCiia anil Inborn,,,,, ^ j -w very solwct iruti MM rt*i. .., VII.I„ deglgrt* """" *-rp wurt Lice. 10 much iri.KMB.ndfc.mbrold.r.d R.00.. M *• %  !. 2 •r -t oil. lrh r...., ns Wml B.r\d Coloured. Slrlppd I \i%snrc Suitlnfa. VV A. \l \ 1 > DERTAKER, ESI RES in inform Ins friends and the Public that he ha IUI r.i eived a complete 1 ntln ol facilities foi the bu&im js ol an undertaker, ulnch places him in a position to curry out Funerals that may be eniru*ted to Ins care with t pHtroiiHge Get my Puces tirst nnO prove thai they are the veiv lowest for first class work. I) .._ ... >> %  %  1111 iniq will system ami despatch ; anil respect fully solicits their patronage tie August 23 to September € r ill Committee api the Chaml <-> ol 1 um i" organize the Batumi is Kxluhii would bi .1 I %  from inleiidin _• Exiu %  ton ol 1 M of Hi., undei menl n med articli 1 ., mend tin niseives I 1 the pin|>M : v isil linn S| n Mats %  lls 1 ., Ill • %  I I I ves, liell \\ ,rl, Bark Cotton Shell Baskei Work. All Exhibit* inii-t be in ii,i. hands of the > mnmitiee in lime lor the Steamei leaving tins port August nt, 1913. \ 1111'v to CH \^. I M.I'i'U'V, Chairmni. 01 CH *S, |. Al'.l'.o IT, a' 1 retrv. r FOR SALE OR RENT. pHAI comfortable Dwelling 1 I louse on Ii' vt tux Strei 1. near Bay, For particulars and turn?, communicate with IK I, I). N. BOWE, I'he Forest," Fxuma. Also An almost new Piano—Best Make. Apply as above. ^Ol Nl.i. — .n ll 11 1 ipen v i n'ttl ; I 1 <• inn u lib I III. 1 IVI MISSION I R, N'icolls l'ovn, \in111. Why import Butteil from New York ? I' more than per II We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 44cts. pei lb \ eighi NKW YORK HOUSK I 1 IR III SIX Ri %  IM hW'l I I, I Ii >l SK \\ itb bath H I and aU out door Ct iu\ ell lences inclwliug a Tank. East Si reel, South, opposite \assan I'II-....,. \|.|.'\ 10 JOS. 1 MM; Blue Hill St. ^.'iiiii BON MARCHE C LOSING Ol'T 1H; ENTIRE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. \\ ul 1 -'. 1013. Khrri>i vi io\ III. pub 1 :. I r. war 1 iliat 1 will not be ri-spoiisibl for any debts contracted in rt ny way by Alice Blanche Baillou, CH.VS. II. IJAII.I.OI! A I wiiiiams Shoes Are BETTER n



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<* o 7) C0 0 +-> CO •SH s ctf 0) Nulhus & ddiclu. |urre in vcrba ma.Ki.trl. BclnH bound lo swear to the Dogma., of no Master VOL. X. Nn.sa\j. N. P.. Bahamn,, Tuesday. Mav '-. 1*H No. 13 v ..... %  i l' til •I 111 H I < %  %  | \ mi, I ft I thlt II \\ hfalfYearN Veaili i v • • I II H H V PAYAKI.I IN iiivru. Hi \ rtisi Rai re |i lint for lir-t insertion ; three pern e pel line %  i* i insert ; and one uem | liur I 'Mill-. Advartin %  lints 4 s. Simms, Long Island May isi, p|i i. Tn ihe Editor <.f the I ribune" SII, In your --ii' 1 rc I end. Ii seen a marvel how Simms and the whole of ihe northern I' 'i i "f the island evi i gol along liefore "( Ibsu rve an ived at ihe ition ol te "I .iff i irs, ienough i" uige the I net utive to pn i tate action. I u think "all the Resident Justices ..l the pa>t" were so weak that they allowed Hniniluence of a certain Bed/.'. I ul> tn utterly deprive them of the poww ol giving .< righteuMs judgment is surprising. Sorely they deserve to he severely punished, and dismissed from holding office Even th s le (?) actions of "O ivei' in conned ion n th d, [re ,i ,„,.. time when tenders v ere un U n woiks, he with Ins usual spirit ;h | rornising i 1 i thers allwi t" %  •'• dn ide i qual j w nh them, I |e then put in lendeis [oi all the different ite i -. up to e hat he thought the full amount ^r mted. 'I luitrying lo sw iudli %  l; ar I, II n honourable m t, wasn't it .I lis envious .oid coVetOUS spirit is seen i alse ch irj B ol a hariei -\em b< n nth Ihe a i end ure of the g ntg, intelligent HIKI unpreiudii ed Know thai no lahourei is p.o i from gov. ernmenl funds ui til he signs the pa) sheet. There is.always a duplicate pav I,st kepi ;it the j,,,.,) offii e, anj 1 car, assure you if the names were called off, e."eh labourer would affir.n that he was paid in cash and never nrped to pun-has,. from any particular shop. Why it is <\e|| known, whenever the acting chairman of I'., ird of V\ r. Knowkles E iq. bin i I ibourers foi his own private work, nevet vet i Ren I anything but i I he labourer then does hat he likes with Ins agi s. and no one can rule him a* to where he must spend it. I know a youth uho saved nearly enough to pay his c_ e lorirla, from ihi %  wlu'e works • %  \ to I roai I I %  statement c< •) ol road Is me IUI .i "fo ring more faults in any | ise man P has it evet ; that > ro ild be built to endure lout — on i aSjjpt* < i i-iirs ? I i |d n il ij out wo ui m needi d for the Sui V''M.I t %  M. I.I|\ offii,. byes at Simms' in Hie pi rson "I "< >bser\'o doubt one half the unts grante I fm making ra ids would be save I il men jlike our "i I s Tver" were at the Read ol af< fail a, fhose n ho kn l i state of the loj,!, I,. • %  %  ..teen yeai i and could view them as thi y now are. m such excellent i ondition, would give i fail i idgi in tbI-. ui itter. So t.. w i | is this impn | due ? If not to spirii of th< me i forming the 11 I V. ' I is known here only as a C m!.ink.'i. MI| • optics are so befog'g d he beli •.<•> all honest men di a Hidisp % %  i. lion is th.'.i oi ;, despot. \\ ishint to rule men even in private actions. rally Mr. Editor when distiusis all men. there is need oi reform in himself, "III doet *> ill

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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Tuesday, May 06, 1913
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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Simms, Long Island
May isi, p|i i.
Tn ihe Editor <.f the I ribune"
Sii,
In your --ii'1 ;i I.'iK'. si,,,, ,| |1V ne ", (bserver"
i I i mild Ii
make -. few ,,,,,.,,ks,
Iln- h......urabli i in who
is well know n lien poses as ii e
highest ". |i" .,i justii i and truth-
ful"' -. I hi M.. I'.ditur, In- |
ii ation is quite i iUe, as I will
ende ivour t show hi I >rc I end.
Ii seen a marvel how Simms
and the whole of ihe northern
I' 'i i "f the island evi i gol along
liefore "( Ibsu rve an ived at ihe
ition ol
te "I .iff iirs, i- enough
i" uige the I net utive to pn i
tate action. I u think "all the
Resident Justices ..l the pa>t"
were so weak that they allowed
Hn- iniluence of a certain Bed/.'.
I ul> tn utterly deprive them of the
poww ol giving .< righteuMs judg-
ment is surprising. Sorely they
deserve to he severely punished,
and dismissed from holding office
Even th s receive a share of the punishment,
I think, for from what "Observer"
writes, Simms' is in a slat"'of law.
lessons and these officers i.i ow
nothing ol it.
It is too cleat Mr. Editor, "Ob-
server" is looking through smoked
sp< ctai les which are begrime I
with intense hatred, envy and ma-
lice. To no one but himself (and
'^^^^rPfiauclie,..,,, f,,ei,d
who assisted him with the nting
'il in- calumnious letti i is it
known '' il there is ,-, '< |!I(1IC
ih.it will In.
Ill n in.) in |[ ls
' ': I of 1 ill,
' who st Hid hich in
n of both tbi
I IS
'" I I lit. I I ll.,l-
one
in which justice was
'" '' ''" \- -:. ite nflu-
1 advisers flu's I do
v i" has let himself
up asci r 1 miry
oils when prosecuted by law, s i
that by I is help ihet may en
just punishment.
I he great gi iei nno -i the
I Board "I Works s( rings from
nothing bul selfish motives, I.,
ow Ih horn nr il>le (?) actions of
"O ivei' in conned ion n th
d, [re ,i ,,..
time when tenders v ere un u
n woiks, he with Ins usual
spirit ;h, |
rornising i1 i thers al-
lwi !...... t"
' dn ide i qual j w nh them,
I |e then put in lendeis [oi all the
different ite i -. up to e hat he
thought the full amount ^r mted.
'I lui- trying lo sw iudli l; ar I,
II n honourable m t, wasn't
it .-
I lis envious .oid coVetOUS spirit
is seen i alse ch irj b ol a
hariei -\- em b< n nth
Ihe a i end ure of the g ntg,
intelligent hikI unpreiudii ed Know
thai no lahourei is p.o i from gov.
ernmenl funds ui til he signs the
pa) sheet. There is.always a du-
plicate pav I,st kepi ;it the j,,,.,)
offii e, anj 1 car, assure you if the
names were called off, e."eh labour-
er would affir.n that he was paid
in cash and never nrped to pun-has,.
from any particular shop. Why it
is <\e|| known, whenever the act-
ing chairman of I'., ird of V\
r. Knowkles E iq. bin i I ibour-
ers foi his own private work,
nevet vet i Ren I anything but i
I he labourer then does hat he
likes with Ins agi s. and no one
can rule him a* to where he must
spend it. I know a youth uho
saved nearly enough to pay his
c_
e
lorirla, from ihi
wlu'e works '
\ to I
roai .
I I ' statement c<
) ol road Is me
IUI .i "fo
ring more faults in any |
ise man
p has it evet ; that
> ro ild be built to endure
lout on i aSjjpt*< i i-iirs ?
I i |d n il
ij out wo
ui m needi d for
the Sui V''m.i t ' M. i.i|\ offii,. byes
at Simms' in Hie pi rson "I "< >bser-
\'o doubt one half the
unts grante I fm making ra ids
would be save I il men jlike our
"i I s Tver" were at the Read ol af<
fail a,
fhose n ho kn l i state of the
loj,!, I,. , ..teen yeai .
i and could view them as thi y
now are. m such excellent i ondi-
tion, would give i fail i idgi
in tbI-. ui itter. So t.. w i | is
this impn | due ? If not to
spirii of th< me i
forming the 11.....I V.
' I is known here only
as a C m!.ink.'i.mi- |
optics are so befog'g d he beli .<>
all honest men di a Hi- disp i.
lion is th.'.i oi ;, despot. \\ ishint
to rule men even in private actions.
rally Mr. Editor when
distiusis all men. there is need oi
reform in himself, "III doet *>
ill He 'i inditicn
of roads, when the truth is, he
threatens to proseiute the Hoard
of Winks if they attempt to gather
material for makiog roads from ins
lands.
Visitors to this place (who are
not inebriates like "Observer's as-
si ciate writer, can see the proores_
sive state of alfms after having
Visited other portions of the island
and will spy, no better roadl Can
he found at any pait than those
made at Simms' and the North
End. Let tln.se who |i.,v
here foi m inj yean be asked, and
* ill testify that the roads
erfully improi
in the last tet
"i Observer" has ti ied to besmin h
the characters of the Resident lus-
tices. Commissioners and the Act-
(Continued from first page)


T II k T R I BJU N k
Zbe {Tribune
Tuesday. May b. 1913.
Our re iders have no t
noticed in cablegrams lately
that the Belgian woi vent
out on strike in order to trv to
force th< 11 rnment to grant
a reform of the Franchise. By
the use of the plural vote, the
Conservative-, m Belgium have
been able to more than neutra-
lise the votes of the people. A
promise of a compromise on the
question has induced the labour-
ers to resume work.
A good many people in all
countries deplore a widening -I
the Franchise, with in ine\ lia-
ble consequence of an inci
in the power of the I moi .
We take the view that an ex-
tension of the suffrage is a safer
measure than a refusal of it.
Even a Conservative statesman
when face to face with this sub-
ject, would be well advised if he
put himself at the head of a
movement for increasing the
voting power of the proletariat,
and followed that up with a
bold policy of Social reform. In
that way the Aristocracy would
be able to retain a hold on the
Democracy which would be
helpful to the interests of each.
But the Conservatives as a bodj
are not likely to see things in
that light. Privilege is apt to
agree to reform only when it
caunol Im any longer refused. It
I-. therefore, generally the task
"I Liberalism to assist the
march of Democracy.
We belftve firmly that everv
extension of the Franchise in
the United Kingdom has been
wise. In 1N46' men were knock-
ed ah.,nt by the police lor hold-
in:; a meeting- to deman 1 the
\oie. \\h. n Disraeli in im.;, by
the aid .,1 the Liberals, gave
Household Suffrage to the
- oughs of Great Britain and
lr< land, lie did his counti.
greatei service than did th
emeu kVho u bruised two
Chartists la ugitatmg the vot i
as I 1 au them to use the par-
ish pump :,. .v.-,,., 1 Hl ,,{f
then hea
'" I* I I':, ,yri. ultl
1 iirv-i got the wm-. 1 |swas
as lai as me \\m-s ukl Ko in
the path <>i refoim. but thev
would not have gone so fai ii
they had IJOl seen that it was
ju.,1 and prudent. I he vole Is
not only a means of Securing
laws to benefit the voter, it is
also a safety valve. When a
man hasa fail chance of taking
part in the choice of law makers
he is all the less likely to talk
of revolution.
J
THE PUBLIC IIF.Af.TH ACT
9'3-
III
By this Act the offences under
"Infecti 'US Diseases" are
numerous that few if any escape
I them, and the uniform penalty
1 of Ten pounds or one month
I places the citizens of this island
j under a despotism only ex<
ed by that which demanded
that bricks be made without
istiaw.
Again the purposes for which
; the Board of I lealth may n .1
' rule* are so many and varied
j that we doubt if there is any
; thing left to citi ich the
j Board of I lealth may not c in
'trol unless it be the personal
toilet. However no complaint
an l>e made of any la k of com-
prehensivenes in the Bill, and
I to carry out its provisions in
their entirety we should say, the
whole time of the entire Board
would be occupied, with no
time for anvthing else. Then
What ?-
It is evident that to make this
Bill acceptable, the amend-
ments would be so numerous cellency the Governor transmit-
that it would be much easier to ting application from B .ml of
recast it with some considers Public Works, which was 1
tion of the rights and privileges and ordered to be punted
of the individual citizen. Mr. L. VV. Yofing ask*d the
In raising objections to tins following questions:
We hope that this plant will
meet Mr, Johnson's expeditions
in his own interest and that of
the public and that we will no-
longer have to complain NO
I CM
j
We learn that the Maleiinl
for the Wireless telegraph towers
has not am\ ed per "Vigilancia"
. ted.
Among the passengers per
Mad Steami 1 "Vigilancia" this
morning is Dr Cornelius II
K edit, who, we understand in-
tends to 1 irate here,
.**
Mail S \'cikri
arrii 1 d early this morning
from Ne I Y01 k wvh the follow-
in.; passengers. -
Miss ( )||\ 1 Mo,re ; Mr and
Mrs, John Irville r Cr. Corne
lius II. Knight.
Mr. Jean ( irosbois I 6 I and ,
in transit for Ilavana.
IP )i SE I 'I ASSEMBLY.
Monday, 5th May. 1913.
The I louse met according to
adjournment.
I -ent: -The Hon. The
iker ei nI.
The Hon. I. P. Sands present-
ed Mi age Ni 1. 1 1 from I lis \:\
1 Bill, it is with no desire to sim
ply find fault, but it musi
remembered thai laws are en-
acted in this col my of which
' the general public know- nothing
until by some mischance the)
find themselves brought to book
'for offences about the existi
Iof which they 1 re absolutely
unaware.
It may be in the int. rest of the
d profession, bul it certain
1. I low many applications
wen d for the positi n
of permanent tidewaiter during
th pei iod from isl [anua v to
the jist March 1013?
2. What are the names of the
applicants and the date 1 >f ap
plii utions i' spei tiv 1\ !
Answen d by the I Ion, .1. P.
Sands. Answ< rs will l>< given
I he saM I >u< stions and An-
ly is not in that of the general swers orderedT to be printed,
public. The law is not promul-! I ave was granted Mr I W,
Culmer for the remaindei of the
n.
Mr Bowen presented a peti
tion from Mr. Shedrach Thomas
SV( od playing for a small pen
gion, win' h was read and ordei
d bul '.ei, one unfortu-
nately and u n itentionally vio-
lates a law of u Inch he knows
ly nothing a Magistrate
will unreasonably tell him thai
ignorance is no excuse before
law. This may be law hut is ed to be punted.
it justu I
We have been informed bv Mr,
I larold I-.. M. Johnson that his
Cold Storage plant has arrived
per "Vigilancia" and that the
Mechanic to instal same with
some of the parts will arrive by
nexl steamer,
Mr. Sands moved that the
Governor's Message No.
transmitting a petition from
Dr. Bate, Public Physician at
Inagua, asking for compensa-
tion for lostea incurred on his
way to Nassau on official duty,
be referred to a Select Commit
tee.
Mr. Brice moved in amend-
ment thai the said pJNfitiou b
not bo refi 1 red.
Mr. Malcolm moved a fill tie 1
amendment that the question
of referring the said petition to
a Select Committee be not now
1 msidered.
()n the question being pul it
ted in the amnnativi
solved therefore thai the refer-
ring of th< said p tition to a
led Committee be not now 1 on-
red.
()n motion of I )r. Johnson the
Repoi i 1. lect Cu nmittee
o|| I i is I \ ', 1 er-
or's >sa X' 1 |8 relative t"
Win less 1 elegi aphy was adopt-
ed.
()n motion "ii' .1 'hn-oii the
Vote ol Indemnitj a 'ompanj
the Report nl the Selei 1
Committee on Hn Excel lencj
the Governor's Message No ;v
live to Wireli ss-'l digraph)
w.is read a s,, Hurl time. i_
for \\ ireless I eh :raph St u.....
in New Providence,
()u motion of Ih. Johnson
Rules 10 and 15' nf the I louse
;\i re suspended h 11 e\ening ;
and the sol Vote of Indemnity
rei d a thud time an 1 to.
Order* d that the Chief Clerk
do convex the said Vote of In-
demnity agreed to b> the House
this < nin j to the Legislai ive
Council and desire their con-
1 urr -nee thei
On m ition of Mr. Malcolm
Parap aph 1 of I le R< port of
rt C mmittee appointed
to consider the desiiabilitv of
1 ro\ ing the ap|> aiance of
the Fi rts in Ni !' ; 'iice
.ml 01 His I cy the < iov-
ernorX Message No it, .....m
ding the voi in:: ! 1 100 to
the Board of Works for improv-
ing the appe 11.111 e d"| the forts
in New Provideu . w is adopt-
ed.
It was moved I ij Mi Mali olm
that paragraph s "I the sad Re
port w hil h de dl >\ Ith the sub.
;e t ,.f the conversion of fort
Monti gue ml" an aquarium, be
red.
Mi. All mi y moved in amend
ment tiiat the said paragraph
be not n deied. ( )n !.
ing out 1; passed in the affirm 1
'IV.
Resolv ed therefore that Para-
graph 5 of the said report be
not now considered.
On motion of Mr. Johnson
the Bill to amend the Motor
Car Act I906 was read a second
time and committed to a Com-
mittee of the Whole I Ions-.
l


Tin-. T R Mi U N !
On motion of Mr. Johnson
'lie Bill ia amend the Motor
Car A i ] w is read a third
time and passed.
Ordered that the Chief Clerk
do carry the Bill passed the
I louse this evening v > the I
gislative Council and d
their cone urrence therein.
(In motion ol Mr. Sands the
I louse adjourned until Tuesday
i ning next at half pas' seven.
**
Simms' Long Is
l'i> the Kditor of 1 ribune,
Sir,
I notice in your paper of the
32nd inst, the bighry libelous,
malicious, and defamatory effu-
lion ol one "< Observer," ag
thelormei Resident
ti iard of Works of this Settle
inent.
I am v> iv sorry t .it he
\s not 'a in enough to come oul
1 1 the open, and sign In- n
as all men of truth and hon
Ihs cowardly, malicious,
1 ivious, and traitorous spirit
will not allow him to do so, but
must take cover under an
sumed nami uich emana
lions can only spi iug from a
d< I'M'. ,1 mind, I am fully
I tainted with him 1 the pro-
moter^ if not with the wiate.
. I have received many of his
libelous and disho eat ambush
attacks. I le has ever been 'uv 1
o'ls of me', lmt 1 take comfort in
knowing, that he will, and is
punishing himself. I h ive di
ed ins letter into live pai ts, and
will try to answer each.
I lis in-' charge) which is
highly in ilii 1 >us, libelous, an I
defamatory t 1 former Resident
luttices and Commissioners, is
untruthful in ev try way, for I
Know of no Climie here (onl)
tiie one and if
there were, and base enough to
attempt such an act, I am quite
sure, the gentlemen w ho have
h Id such orti :e would have
Spumed SUCh, and would
denounced any one attempting
to influence him in diverting
jUStil e.
indly, I d n't know to
which of the Commissioners tie
adudes, hut I think he ought to
he made to name the one which
lived at a private resilience, and
thereby was influenced so much
that justice was miscarried. I
think such a charge- is highly
libelous and defamatory to the
official.
Thirdly: in Rej "the Acting
Chairman of Board of Works
before receiving 01 awarding
tenders, gives notice that he 1
wi 11 not 1 ay any mon< y.
the C ontrai tor prod I
c it" from one of the Mem
of the Board of Works, as to the
manner the work ha been per-
form d." I would ask, must the
ni' mey be paid without inspec-
tion ' If the contra* I 1- to I
South of Simms," the ()omi
sioner on Ins circuit, 1 which is
\ ei v nearh monthly), re-
pi uts on the work, and I am
c uiGdent he never made any
1 hargc ; and if North from
Simms,' Mr. V W Knowles, a
member of the Board, generally
th vork done, and
tin Conti iCtOT a cert ill-
; and I can -ay without
: that he nevei makes anj
. :an be proven by
invest igation. I can assure yi iu
I
I'ourthly, as to this charge it
is 11 ithing but lies, which cm
easil) be Fo ind out, by the
Go' rnm n\ ordering th pre-
I lommissioner, or sending
the C uii Justice w hen mak-
uit, to li ild an in
tigalion, which can be done, as
.1 ( opy of .ill pay lists is kept,
and the persons who have work-
I d 1 >n the ioal can he sent for
and questii 'lied, as to the wax
of their being pud, if by B n
or Cash. I can assure \ ou, that
1 nave 1 ver been one who hated
the 3artei sj stem, an 1 instead
leiding it, have killed it, tor
I met the monstei here.
I inlly, ' he mentions
is the one known as from
, 1 .1 als,' .in I in which
name all gT nits hav b
ed fi>r. li was on worst
111 this district, but is now in line
condition, which ail) one cm
pro', e, pt the promoter <>r
vvritei who is alwavs blind to
the truth). The four grants c
.1 period of more than t vvnt v
years Now, in simple reason
and jut! 1 9, n anyone so rri
.1 p iad that is continually tra
vi lied over by m in and bi
that will not need repairs and
upke."p in that tune : Why, Mr.
Editor, in your paper of the 1 |th
inst., I find you calling atten-
tion of the Board of Works to
Bay Street, and very often about
other roads and streets. How
often in more than twenty years
do they need repairs? And then
to accuse the entire Board Oi
Works, Chairman and all, f
forger). det eption and Iv ing m
making up the 1 for a
grant for one item, arid using
it lor another, is cei lamlv a
hold charge.
Strange, Ml. Editor, you did
not make some enquires, say,
from ou-- Representatives, as to
the charactei of the u*ntlemi n
alluded to in the highly deroga-
tory effusion of the writer, be
Fi ire lending v our p i;i 1 to such.
All I can lay to ll>sei ver"
for the present is, that this is
not the end.
Yours etc.
URIAH T. KNOWLES.
A CARD
Mr. and Mrs. Win. I'..Fountain de-
sire f> thank the Tinny friends who
so kin lly seni in floral tributes and
expressions ol sympathy in their
ivement.
CABLEGRAMS.
M iy 7th 1913.
Vienna, .). Militar) opera)
Austria xn<\ Italy in \lbai
.re lo b ui 1 wi: hm a few i
Both powers air 1 n pared to land
1 loops at \Ibanian poiis.
paign of th" militants continues.
Extensive sheds of th" Midland
U ilroad i idfi > itaidinfj
large >|ii-utii,. > < t as
burned during the night, .uisipga
loSS of 9 1 'iOOC, k
At Aherheen Sc >tl mrl t 1 d iy
one of the public soli I .as 1 nrii-
ed by suffragettes.
Philadelphia, 4."Jock" Soutar,
the Philadelphia'professional rac-
quet player, won the second and
final stage of the racquet inatj h lor
the professional champiooslii^ nf
the world from Charles Williams,
of England, the title holder. In the
court of the Philadelphia Racquet
Club.
The new champion won in fipur
straight games.
P.0 is, 4. Importants result .
ipei ted of the remarkable dis-
1 v la Prof, I lartonvilie of 1 he
1 'ol lege de I ranee ol a new ei
. tr-n 11 men more rowerful 1 han
dviiH inte, winch he just has made
public.
li gets its force from the liqui-
faction ol e 1 II
London, 4.Win Marconi will
I' 1 \ I 1 ,11 led h(nic the 111
ejunv committee 00 Wednetday.lt
is believed thai the inquiry com
mittee will probably end us lab-
ours .is -.0 ;is possible aftei
ng I he inventor, whose system
>\ .is this w eel< pi 1 m I 11 rued the only
prac'i I I o 1 ij iti chnical com
lUlU' e
I.oiid m, 1, I he season is get.
tine imo its stride and although
Newnvokei drew Ihe racinir tocit-
iv out ol t.ivvn, {Piccadilly and
i loud St 1 eet ii 1 ve l> en crowded
nnd afternoons.
The Newmarket meeting was
111 .Ik< d bj the sui cess of one
.I the king's horses, but unfortu-
. was not thtie
that
la aid ifl, 4. I he condition of
1 Duchess of Connaughi lias
shown some improvement since the
se .11,1 operation on Tuesday and
her strength is fairly well main-
1.lined.
London, 4. A great sensation
was caused to day l>y the tragic
end of the Countess ol Cottenli.im,
who was found shot through the
hi .1 it in I he woods ne.it < ioi ing
on the Thames, under mysterious
circumstances. The inquest n nd. n 6
the verdid thai the countess h d
met her death by Bi 1 ident.
London, 4. The arson cam-1
A race is no better than its
women
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run T U I K I N I
injs ( hairman of l'. () Work* bul
' pulatinns of these gentlemen
iff*pr i h ible ind above such
base calumm and barefaced lii s.
I '" ambition is in become n
leader, ;,,| |,e ,.,1VI ,s ,,. utl(i ^
1 l>.....volence, arn sage %6\ ic
towards that wind, is Rood, have
won th respect <>f the community
where they live. He Forgets that
trying i" rob one of tli.tt which he
has rightfully earned, will out has
ten his aims.
LOOK II E H I '
Wll<> wants my
Bl GliY and HARNESS?
.1- 1 am leaving tins
Be quick,
\
W. A. SWEANY.
NO I IC I
for in my I' itroii-;
that I have op Publi
i Sbnp; and am now
Tills is |o mf
ii l the I'n
.. < ;* , ... r< to do anything in the line ol I
\ a Ills i SO (lf nf r ;,,,., ,
..-it-..,i .._ loim-King Cienetal repair oi new wnrk iw-r
'"," "", "lr,"sh ""' dr.U A ..,,,,11,,
corporal who was always nagging
him about his clumsiness. The
soldier replied'1 intend to com-
man : ihis regiment my-elf I i
I return Imme, and it would nevei
do to bi _m by thrasl ing mj supe-
rior '.liner." "Ob
take .-i I,nit from this tale, if his
pig-headed brain would exp ind a
little,
Manj years ago SirnmV was in
a stnti I lawl ess and ignor-
e too. But I am ph teed to
say that is ol tile pasl now. and it
is difficult to impose on any one.
VVh i: the acting t. hairman of
Boai do] Works \\ is first appoint-
ed |ustice of the l' ,
tn act singly (twenty-five or thirty
years ago) then were there many
evils abounding. Hut becausi
the firm way be dead frith the
the criminals biuugbt bi tore him,
11 u and urdei were i stablished,
and he was commended foi ins
valuable services.
I h Sti| I and Circuit
nevei sit simms'
now, and seldom has the Commis-
sionei a single cu
I hankii a j ou foi yonr valuable
spat e, Mr. Editor, I im,
DAY.I.IGHT.
P. A, I I UN 1,1.
4.53 By Street. liasl \\ liar I -
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL MORE
OIK "H Household
loUl Se
I I.
Illllg .,1 2 I
_)Os. |l
our"
FOR SALE 13V IENDER.
{ \^''- #lalf ol that desirable
building Lot on the Lastein
klue of M,K kay street, floating on
Bay-street Hi lee;, rad tunning
sou i !i ward If 135 feet.
I lie right is reserved to reject
the ho ol iiie Tenders.
I eudeis will '. \
I. M. KNOW 1 i-.-,
East May sue.!, until the j 1st
May, 1913.
I
196 Ills.
Id Ml '-I'll
and "I irel Bi d" F
nui pei bag
Brown Sugai at 2{ 1 p lb < lui
1 ice w bite and Hean, be*t m Low n
selling ..t 4(1. pei |uari
All our Groceries 1 fresh and
I quality ai 1 heap.
Pure Janiaic 1 Rum at n s,
gallon.
|AMPS I SAUNDERS &
Nissau X. P.
H liMtn is,
\(-iii 151I
I .-s jn
New Opportunity To
Make Money
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A wonderful mnchiur that litlfs. fmihrs. find
drh\( is original port card pt mmuir
right on th* spot, t.v the new Mnudcl"
Positive proc >* witkovt pUtri. films -t printing.
The mnchlnr mnkes five tliftrrrut styles of,
picturt-sin tbrtei k4H inches:
inini.'iluir pOtl COrdl 2X3 itu'hts; and OtM 1
pbotobattHMi Malm i rtrah iki-
Jiti'. thifiK Um1 I
III .p. .it -. I,.,,
everywhere. Hundred of richwhy not yon? Btrufill. <>f Utah,
XIUOO In - Months
&mmotu. Georrta, wrtlei "Im.i.. SlOadav." I "Marie
$Mi profit in thtes month*." Hun Be a one minute
"pot card photographer." In
post. 13.00 extra, i lode* everythinjr neo iry to Mart thii
mj of your own. Corap 1 i 1 one**.
. air f"ir*t *upp pi on beck youi t&ttrt original h
Mnt. Writ* today for com plate free information.
The Chicago Ferrotype Company,
1 lOForrotyp* Building, CHICAGO. 1U-. U.S.A.
TOR-
ONTO
Exhibition i
1913
P"

Shef-
field
Cutlery
.1 line 1- - ! Iiiii-nt ..I :
R \Z IRS
l s Knives
rocket Kni
Bud li.T Kin'
I'.ir.il Knivi
Car\ ins Sell in ( .i-.v
;nid
SClS>OKS.
fur s.i Ic by
Chas. E Albury.
ANWA E. RAE.
PKU!-Hf I KESa UF
The Vogue and A u Bon Marche
Stores.
ii Sale ol MWAI lioods.
very roducad
It
I..-.-. <.,..,. d|
pricuk.
B0B.U.1U11 iri.li tftCiia anil
Inborn,,,,, ^ j-w very solwct
iruti MM rt*i. ..,vii.i deglgrt*
"""" *-rp wurt Lice. 10
much iri.KMB.ndfc.m-
brold.r.d R.00.. M *!. 2
-r -t oil. lrh r....,ns.
Wml B.r\d Coloured.
Slrlppd I \i%snrc Suitlnfa.
VV A. \l \
1 > DERTAKER,
ESI RES in inform Ins friends
and the Public that he ha
iui r.i eived a complete 1 ntln ol
facilities foi the bu&im js ol an un-
dertaker, ulnch places him in a
position to curry out Funerals that
may be eniru*ted to Ins care with
t
pHtroiiHge Get
my Puces tirst nnO prove thai they
are the veiv lowest for first class
work.
I)
.._ ... ..... >> " 1111 iniq will
system ami despatch ; anil respect
fully solicits their patronage tie
August 23 to September
rill Committee api
the Chaml <-> ol 1 um
i" organize the Batumi is Kxluhii
would bi .1 I
from inleiidin _ Exiu ton ol 1 m
of Hi., undei menl n med articli
1 ., .
' mend tin niseives I 1 the pin-
|>M :
visil linn
S| n Mats
lls
1 ., Ill I I I
ves, I'lanN, potted l 'i\ ui-s
Cigars I ortitise fliell
lobacCO Tortoise >liell \\ ,rl,
Bark Cotton
Shell Baskei Work.
All Exhibit* inii-t be in ii,i.
hands of the > mnmitiee in lime
lor the Steamei leaving tins port
August nt, 1913.
\ 1111'v to
CH \^. I M.I'i'U'V,
Chairmni.
01
CH *S, |. Al'.l'.o IT,
a' 1 retrv.
r
FOR SALE OR RENT.
pHAI comfortable Dwelling
1 I louse on Ii' vt tux Strei 1.
near Bay,
For particulars and turn?, com-
municate with
IK I, I). N. BOWE,
" I'he Forest," Fxuma.
Also
An almost new PianoBest
Make. Apply as above.
^Ol Nl.i. .n ll
11 1 ipen vi
n'ttl ;
I 1
< inn u lib
I III. 1 IVI MISSION I R,
N'icolls l'ovn, \in111.
Why import Butteil
from New York ?
I' more than per II
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44cts. pei lb \ eighi
NKW YORK HOUSK
I 1 IR III
SIX Ri ' IM hW'l I I,
I Ii >l SK \\ itb bath h......
I and aU out door Ct iu\ ell
lences inclwliug a Tank.
East Si reel, South, opposite
\assan I'ii-....,.
\|.|.'\ 10
JOS. 1 mm;
Blue Hill St. ^.'iiiii
BON MARCHE
C LOSING Ol'T
1H; ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
\\ ul 1 -'. 1013.
Khrri>i vi io\
III. pub 1 :. I r. war 1 !
iliat 1 will not be ri-spoiisibl
for any debts contracted in rtny
way by Alice Blanche Baillou,
CH.VS. II. IJAII.I.OI!
A
.
I
wiiiiams Shoes
Are BETTER
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