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^ T il 1?op\t> in street for each offence ned Bs, or 7 i -Arthui Weeeh—Assaulting nd heating (Jilmore Adderley — 2. ful. .nul js 6-1. OStS, Emilv R'ni'M -Larcenv of a anetof senate deliberation. It pr<>l)j nbly will be passed in the I.on-' Wednesday fiiia, iusj as it i friwii the ways and means com. ; mitteV, with free raw wool, free .,1ir in tlin e years, income iax, i .nil i \ i\ %  • .....--..> .^ %  %  ,id watch-and chain snlue $40. free ntat, free Qpur and sweeping 3—£".s 5s. ,, I.' tingnu/Is an,I 13s. reductions inlive.stockand TELLS ABOUT ie mo i<\ nt one Nesbrtt Kobe — lemanded till 7th inst at 10 a. m. 1.11 tun d articles. CABLEGRAMS Tokio, •-, -Contracts have been ; placed foi the construction in J ip• yards for thr< e di noughts. I hex will have a displ "• %  ment of 30,000 tuns. May 7th iqiv London, 5.—sir Tratton Sykes lied todaj in his 88th year. His The Commillee o( iheChnmber •ast estatem Yorkshire now desof Commerce for the Bahamian cend 10 his only Son, Lieutenant inhibit, at the Canadian r.xhlbiCol. Sykee, who served with dlS|| 0 n. at Toronto, AUI|UI n>l Sep. tin. turn in the South African War. ,. mnor# 0 f this year, have decided to place a Special Exhibition NtimI don, 5.— It is expected that |, er „( "Trie Slrombus" on sale al 15.000 of the Striking miners in (he ex hibltlon as named above. South Wales Will resume work toExhibitor*. Business men enemorrow, as they have attained rB ||y f Lodging House Keepers, their object. ; Boarding House Keepers,Owners I of places to rent as winter reeiCannes, 5.—Mrs, Chamberlain, dences. Owners of Boaii, etc.. eic, wife of the Right IJpn-'urable Jo. wou ld do well to advertise In the seph Chamberlain, who wal rer.xhlbitlonNvimberandbringiheir CCntly operated On for appendicibusiness to the notice of the many tis, is showing improvement. thousands of Canadians who will visit this exhibition, and who are London, 5.—Wild scenes of dig^ growing factor in our tourist order occurred todaj at thejdemonbusiness. ((ration in Trafalgar Square under Special rates. Space should be the auspices of the free speech <]< %  ecure d early. fense Committee. More than two thousand of this Hie police tried to prevent s>vle w m be pri ntcd which will Speeches from the Whitehall side mBke „ lhe most valuable adverof the Nelson Column and iwly the lsir ,g medium ever published in he Bahamas. No one who has anything to si-II or to hlro should be left out of the Exhibition Num. 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL > WWrHSIOTOtMYJSM %"i SBrwasrJfcSwyr* (irt v .it -l > RKI I Won til :tr MHIMK at Ac•• u ••*• intervention of Kierllaidir, who .is chairman of the meeting, pre 1 vented a serious riot. \v it was the disorders many times culminated in fisticuffs he. tween the crowd and the police, continuing for almost two hours. Addresses len un :ing the governments alleged interference with the right of free speech were made by several memheis of parliament. • Wiesbaden, 5. —Emperor William received a despatch this evening sayinx that Scul iri had been ti utfti l>y Montenegro. New Y*ork, 5.—Representatives of Great Britain, Canadn, New Pnundland and Australia reached \ew York to'day to open a five dav conferen 1 beginning to mor1 \ with fifty delegates from the I'nttl lates, to fl one plans to relehiate ihe i" 1 th annivenary "I 1 t. ami 11! r nglish speaking pie. I he delegation from ("neat Britam, eleven in million 1 >nist8 mostlj of members ol pnliament anil includes Earl Stanhope, and Hon. Neil Primrose. ber of '• I ne Stiombus." LOOK HER V. I W in i wriius inv BL*G(.iY and HARNESS? lie qui< k, .is I .nil ItMVlllg tins Week. \\. A. S WE A NY. ONTO Exhibition August 23 to September S %  pMII. Committee appoii led j 1 the I hand ei "l C< to organize the B >l s I Khibii would I"' glad t<> from intending Exhih tors pi anj of the underment I arl well as am other* thai mighl n 1 n mend tl< P ul | Sisal %  sj K I Canned P -apples Cunned Tomatoes Preserves, various Plants, potted l Ius Fruit Mats lls 1 urios Vi'i mat Carvings Tortoise --lietl o FOR SALE BY I I'.XDKU. NE I bill ol that 1I1 i' ible BuildiuD I ul mi the Iastern side of M %  •< %  i> street, bunting n Bay-street • nd luni Ih ; i feet, I he right is I the whole or,n\ ol the endt rs, renders will be reci ived l. \l. KNi A\ I l >, Easl Ba) strei I, until tlie 31s! May. 1913. I 1 1 Tortoise 'shell W >rU Bark Citn Shell basket Work. All Exhibits musl be in the hands ol the I ommittee in time tin the Steamer leaving this port August 1st, 1913, •\ppl\ to til \-. E. \I-I'.'UV. Chairmar. or CH \S. |. Al'lioi'l", Secretary, f 1 MIX D^ —1 MI the Northern I I Mud, an Open Spoilt Hunt, aboul 1 j reel keel, \ ( |el, pain''' I White outside, iilne :, msom. I •'•Il P ,( commuaicate it h THE COMMISSIONI R, NlCollS I own, Andi-s Why import Butter from New York ? [I uts more than socts. |"T lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at ffcts. per lb. and weight NEW YORK HOUSE FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING IK IL'SE w I'II bath room at inched and all out door conveu\ OT I C I. 'T^III-s is to infot in my P itrons 1 and the Public in ieneral that I have opened mj Public Blai k Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol ("irneial repair 01 new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work dime Washington 5.—'The l'n lerwood tariff revision bill is rxpertrd to pass this week bom its scene ot Mechanically. rostir.l consideration m the Houae.l PA. Huyler, ,,, I'endv bnb' 4"^ Bav Stre't. Kast (Wharf) I OR SALE OR RENT. T H \T comfortable Dwelling House on Devcaux Street, ne 11 1 For particulars ;nd terms, communicate with FRED. N. BOWE, The Forest." I'.xnma Also An almost new Piano— liest Make. Apply s above. lences inclu ling a Tank. I .• Street, South, opposite Nassau Prisoi,, Apply 10 jos. LAING blue ibll St.South BON MARCHE CLOSING OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICKS FOR ONE MONTH. April 12, 1913. REPUDIATION r T"*HE publii an hereb> wat 1 thai I will not be responsible for any debts contracted n any way b) Alice Blan : B lillou. CHAS, II. BAILLOL Williams Shoes Are BETTER



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Nullius addict us |urarc in verba magtstri. Being bound lo swear lo the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. !.. Bahamas. Wednesday. MaV 7. 1915. No 140 .in -ill CH, .n I'mlPtlllul I) i i %  11 M \ itKBT STftHBT Ma .1 S P., i ii A M A •. i. I;,, BI ISHI P DAILI \1 .!i |), V %  I i > Put >day and Saturda) imgli op) %  •• •• "' .,i ... |d lootbi) %  I 1 i irtei I) iallYearU rcaiiy ••• ••• '' PAYABLE IN AIWA! Advertising R iti Sis pen. foi nrst H i"" %  ; MM tot | ond ineerti onepi nny pei line (' n lubseoui I i I i meoti under unlit lines .is. The inquisition, into the dVn li I '.i lor Curry "I 11 M boui Island ,i in,' B in mi iGeneral Hospital I,.I,I ai the 13 G. Hospital "n the 2bth a.id Qth April aid and and H ted in the following •• | i,,it the i '"I V ctoi Curry came to his d ail Frid iy %  April 1913 as 1 lesult of injune> ac i %  %  I • I %  •'• Wil > ,n ( it; A H a in \|n ii 1013. InlM ;in 1 n i 111••• 1I1 HUB riinbei tni |i appe irs thai on the aa April the I was assisting in coupling us mi 1 he railroad, when the ster" pi 1 c.l fell upon him ,nd the c us li H k. .1 ovei his legs, by u liich the risjhl fo 1 as crush, I ofl and lefi hanging by tendons, lefi foot hoi >>i\ nuahed, left l< g, 1 BTftli I r >UOjd 1 -' I" >•! long exposing both bones ol leg : left .our : 111 %  : rt< !. Bud web between first nod second finger l 11 Brated. The hanging right foot was cut .ill by Di Mtckintosh at Wilson t 11y on the day of the accident ; tinnrxl day Ins consent W > s asked to a' double amputation, his Ch mres either way being explained to inm, he w.-is givi i two hours to decide, after which be denied not to undergo the amputation ; %  ii the 2|tli In* was taken front the 1 lospital for conveyance to Nass IU v, h.ie lie arrived and was taken to the P.. ne (le rgiana Miller, unlawfully and maliciously did w mnd -Sent for trial in Supreme Court. ( atherin Stubbs— Ons Lauretta Millet unlawfully an I malicio did wound—Remanded foi investigation on 71I1 inst. / icie Fernan li 1 -BreachSponge and lurtle fisheries A t 19 "J -j months. Harold Davis—Breaking and entering the shop of Isaah Sweeting with intent therein the goods and chattels of the said Isaah Swi fting feloniously to steal take and %  irry away—Remanded foi iavestigati %  on 6th inst. 3—Chas. A. Guary — L'sing Pro fane in I indecent Langnge in • ,,nd hearing <>f people in street14s. or 1 -' days. Wm. McCartneyBreach street Tialii Rules -Dismi Henry Bethel -I. Lou I ihoul and using II. profane and inde e I language in sight and bearing ol


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Nullius addict us |urarc in verba magtstri.
Being bound lo swear lo the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. !.. Bahamas. Wednesday. MaV 7. 1915.
No 140
.in -ill CH,
.n I'mlPtlllul
I) i i 11 m \ itKBT STftHBT
Ma .1 S P., i ii a m a -
. i. I;,, .
BI ISHI P DAILI
\1 .!i |), V I
i >
Put >day and Saturda)
imgli op) "'
.,i ... |d
lootbi) I
1 i irtei I) ......
iallYearU
rcaiiy ''
PAYABLE IN AIWA!
Advertising R iti Sis pen.
foi nrst .....Hi"" ; mm
tot | ond ineerti onepi nny pei
line (' n lubseoui I i
I i meoti under unlit lines .is.
The inquisition, into the dVn li
i '.i lor Curry "I 11 m boui Island
,i in,' B in mi i- General Hospital
i,.i,i ai the 13 G. Hospital "n the
2bth a.id Qth April aid and and
H ted in the following
| i,,it the i '"I V ctoi
Curry came to his d ail..... Frid iy
_ April 1913 as 1 lesult of in-
june> ac i I I ' Wil
> ,n ( it; A h a in
\|n ii 1013. InlM ;in 1 n i
111- 1I1 hub riinbei tni
|i appe irs thai on the aa April
the I was assisting in
coupling us mi 1 he rail-
road, when the ".....ster"
pi 1 c.l fell upon him
,nd the c us li H k. .1 ovei his legs,
by u liich the risjhl fo 1 as crush-
, I ofl and lefi hanging by tendons,
lefi foot hoi >>i\ nuahed, left l< g,
1 BTftli I r >UOjd 1 -' I" >! '
long exposing both bones ol leg :
left .our : 111 _ : rt< !. Bud web
between first nod second finger
l 11 Brated.
The hanging right foot was cut
.ill by Di Mtckintosh at Wilson
t 11y on the day of the accident ;
tin- nrxl day Ins consent W >s ask-
ed to a' double amputation, his
Ch mres either way being explain-
ed to inm, he w.-is givi i two hours
to decide, after which be denied
not to undergo the amputation ;
ii the 2|tli In* was taken front the
1 lospital for conveyance to Nass iu
v, h.ie lie arrived and was taken to
the P.. where be was examined by the C.
M. Officer, the Resident Surgeon
rid the Colonial Surgeon who
Found that Grangene had set in,
both lel;s ere at 1 wee ampul t 1
and he died 8] rtuis rds.
I'h d on 'hat
the det eased w mild havi
bette 1 of living had the
ii.iti.ui bi en done ..i
1 lier than they w 1
J
Tin I sti mi V ilunieer 1 ire Bri-
. and others, ill c< lebrate
I nip 11 Day 11 usual on the I
ern Parade, on 1 lay adth Maj
\niong tin evei 1- will be aBii ycle
Rao 1 Donkey Ra< e. I
w ishing to entei for the iwoevents
mention! d above are led ti
send in their nan es early to I apt.
W. A. Mather 01 Mr James A.
Bartlett.
if
Following is th<* Programme
that will he rendered by the Baha-
mas Police Hand to-morrow,
Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock on
the Library (in en.
I. March "Motor !ycle"
3. Novelette "Two Lovers"
3. \ "Reviens !
4
Idyl "The Glow-worm"
at 1 le I .mi's
Cal in"
D
; I'n R1
"Septi n ine"
"t !oron ition"
" 1 azy Luke"
i Jod Snve The King,
\V. ( I il \. Bandmaster.
MARRIAGE.
I.ICll l BOURN BETHEL.
On Monday night at the Residence
(lf the Bi ide's p irents, 01 ei ol
\\ 1 si and Marlborough streets by
th<- Rev. I laniel Wilsbere, Miss Lu
la Lemond Bethel, d lughter "l Mi
andiMrs.George I ouitenay Bethel,
to Mr. James LeCato Ligbtbourn.
M sGISTRATES COURT.
April.
38Ezekiel Rolle Drunk in
street 5*. cfr 4 day*.
Jos. Adderley-Breaking and en-
tering warehouse "f John BuUer
and therein 316 lbs of sisal the
goods and chnttelsof the said I
Butler felonk uslj did steal take
and carry eway Remanded to
30th inst for investigationa.
l.arcenv of a bicycle and lamp
value 1. the goods and chut t els of
(.,. M Cole, Jr.- 1 montl
Austin RolleSrrioking in fish
market .. Ol ', davs.
I) niel Curry -Drunk in street
I 1} s,
Henry BethelAssaulti ig at 'I
be iting Amy Gibba 1 -.- and 3s.
01 -I days.
Julia Watkios assaulting and
beating Kenneth Roker16s. anJ
4s. cost or 31 days.
, -C itberi is Stu bs< Ine
rgi ma Miller, unlawfully and
in iliciouslv did woundRemand-
e! 10 isl May i1 eximo for inves-
tion.
a0_James Nesbitl -L in my ol
an oil b irrel v ilui I ods
and ch tttelS of J. P. Sands Co
6 weeks,
Hart man MinnsBrea h sireet
I laffic Rules as. 61I.
Nathaniel Pah ning Breach
street Traffic Rules as,
Jos Addeile) Breaking and en-
tering warehouse of John Butler
and therein316 lbs of sisal the
o 0 \t and chattels of the said 1 ihn
Butler feloniousl) did sic 11 lake
and carrj awaySent for trial m
Supreme Coui t.
\ red Coakle; 1 arrenj ol a
conch shell i ilu< 6 I. good-!
chattels "l Wad''' K. Moore 18a
bi. iy*.
1 y itubts. 1 >ne
(le rgiana Miller, unlawfully and
maliciously did w mnd -Sent for
trial in Supreme Court.
( atherin Stubbs Ons Lauretta
Millet unlawfully an I malicio
did woundRemanded foi investi-
gation on 71I1 inst.
/ icie Fernan li 1 -BreachSponge
and lurtle fisheries A t 19 "J -j
months.
Harold DavisBreaking and
entering the shop of Isaah Sweeting
with intent therein the goods and
chattels of the said Isaah Swi fting
feloniously to steal take and - irry
awayRemanded foi iavestigati
on 6th inst.
3Chas. A. Guary L'sing Pro
fane in I indecent Langnge in
,,nd hearing <>f people in
street- 14s. or 1 -' days.
Wm. McCartney- Breach street
Tialii Rules -Dismi
Henry Bethel -I. Lou I ihoul
and using II. profane and inde e I
language in sight and bearing ol


^
T il 1-
?op\t> in street for each offence
ned Bs, or 7 !
i -Arthui WeeehAssaulting
nd heating (Jilmore Adderley
2. ful. .nul js 6-1. OStS,
Emilv R'ni'M -Larcenv of a
anetof senate deliberation. It pr<>l)- j
nbly will be passed in the I.on-'
Wednesday fiiia, iusj as it i
friwii the ways and means com. ;
mitteV, with free raw wool, free
.,1- ir in tlin e years, income iax,
i .nil i \ i\..... .....--..> ......^ -
,id watch-and chain snlue $40. free ntat, free Qpur and sweeping
3".s 5s. ,, I.' tin- gnu/Is an,I 13s. reductions inlive.stockand
TELLS
ABOUT
ie mo i<\ nt one Nesbrtt Kobe
lemanded till 7th inst at 10 a. m.
1.11 tun d articles.
CABLEGRAMS
Tokio, -, -Contracts have been
; placed foi the construction in J ip-
yards for thr< e di
noughts. I hex will have a displ "-
ment of 30,000 tuns.
May 7th iqiv
London, 5.sir Tratton Sykes
lied todaj in his 88th year. His The Commillee o( iheChnmber
ast estate- m Yorkshire now des- of Commerce for the Bahamian
cend 10 his only Son, Lieutenant inhibit, at the Canadian r.xhlbi-
Col. Sykee, who served with dlS- ||0n. at Toronto, Aui|ui n>l Sep.
tin. turn in the South African War. ,.mnor# 0f this year, have decided
---------- to place a Special Exhibition Ntim-
I don, 5. It is expected that |,er ( "Trie Slrombus" on sale al
15.000 of the Striking miners in (he exhibltlon as named above.
South Wales Will resume work to- Exhibitor*. Business men ene-
morrow, as they have attained rB||yf Lodging House Keepers,
their object. ; Boarding House Keepers,Owners
---------- I of places to rent as winter reei-
Cannes, 5.Mrs, Chamberlain, dences. Owners of Boaii, etc.. eic,
wife of the Right IJpn-'urable Jo. would do well to advertise In the
seph Chamberlain, who wal re- r.xhlbitlonNvimberandbringiheir
CCntly operated On for appendici- business to the notice of the many
tis, is showing improvement. thousands of Canadians who will
---------- visit this exhibition, and who are
London, 5.Wild scenes of dig- ^ growing factor in our tourist
order occurred todaj at thejdemon- business.
((ration in Trafalgar Square under Special rates. Space should be
the auspices of the free speech <]<- ,ecured early.
fense Committee. More than two thousand of this
Hie police tried to prevent ,s>vle wm be printcd which will
Speeches from the Whitehall side mBke lhe most valuable adver-
of the Nelson Column andiwly the ,lsir,g medium ever published in
he Bahamas. No one who has
anything to si-II or to hlro should
be left out of the Exhibition Num.
50000 BOOKS
Free By Mail >
WWrHSIOTOtMYJSM
%"i SBrwasrJfcSwyr*
____(irt v .it -l >
rkI I Won til
:tr MhimK at
Ac THE
BOMEJjS
CIRC
OF
MEN'S AILMENTS
roni. iimpi-.""""'"- -''<,,"~: v~^n llnl.i r I '" *"<""
.,., ..f Ml 'rM,^;. N, H-,,1.. In.hwr.tu.....
1 .:..7,"h.Joruhl..rnour,~:_bo"i
;........./.li&r'
sjswa&a *-B
'"ajrtfsasiJ ^irf&SE
DR. JOS. LISTER *_$?.' -^
C*aB. >u *
intervention of Kierllaidir, who
.is chairman of the meeting, pre 1
vented a serious riot.
\v it was the disorders many
times culminated in fisticuffs he.
tween the crowd and the police,
continuing for almost two hours.
Addresses len un :ing the gov-
ernments alleged interference with
the right of free speech were made
by several memheis of parliament.
---------
Wiesbaden, 5. Emperor Wil-
liam received a despatch this even-
ing sayinx that Scul iri had been
. ti utfti l>y Montenegro.
New Y*ork, 5.Representatives
of Great Britain, Canadn, New
Pnundland and Australia reached
\ew York to'day to open a five
dav conferen 1 beginning to mor-
1 \ with fifty delegates from the
I'nttl lates, to fl one plans to
relehiate ihe i"1 th annivenary "I
1 t. ami 11! r nglish speaking
pie.
I he delegation from ("neat Brit-
am, eleven in million, 1 >nist8
mostlj of members ol pnliament
anil includes Earl Stanhope, and
Hon. Neil Primrose.
ber of ' I ne Stiombus."
LOOK HER V. I
Win i wriius inv
BL*G(.iY and HARNESS?
lie qui< k, .is I .nil ItMVlllg tins
Week.
\\. A. S WE A NY.
onto Exhibition
August 23 to September S
"pMII. Committee appoii led j
1 the I hand ei "l C<
to organize the B >l.......s I Khibii
would I"' glad t<> '
from intending Exhih tors pi anj
of the underment.......I arl
well as am other* thai mighl n -
1 n mend tl< Pul-
|
Sisal
sj K I
Canned P.....-apples
Cunned Tomatoes
Preserves, various
Plants, potted
l I- us
Fruit
Mats
lls
1 urios
Vi'i mat
Carvings
Tortoise --lietl
o
FOR SALE BY I I'.XDKU.
NE I bill ol that 1I1 i' ible
BuildiuD I ul mi the I- astern
side of M<' i> street, bunting n
Bay-street nd luni
Ih ; i feet,
I he right is I
the whole or,- n\ ol the endt rs,
renders will be reci ived
l. \l. KNi A\ I l >,
Easl Ba) strei I, until tlie 31s!
May. 1913.
I 1 1 Tortoise 'shell W >rU
Bark Citn
Shell basket Work.
All Exhibits musl be in the
hands ol the I ommittee in time
tin the Steamer leaving this port
August 1st, 1913,
\ppl\ to
til \-. E. \I-I'.'UV.
Chairmar.
or
CH \S. |. Al'lioi'l",
Secretary,
f 1 mix D^ 1 mi the Northern
I I Mud, an Open Spoilt
Hunt, aboul 1 j reel keel, \(
|el, pain''' I White outside, iilne
:, msom. I 'Il P,( '
commuaicate it h
THE COMMISSIONI R,
NlCollS I own, Andi-s
Why import Butter
from New York ?
[I uts more than socts. |"T lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at ffcts. per lb. and weight
NEW YORK HOUSE
FOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
IK IL'SE w i'Ii bath room at
inched and all out door conveu-
\ OT I C I.
'T^III-s is to infot in my P itrons
1 and the Public in ieneral
that I have opened mj Public
Blai k Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
("irneial repair 01 new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work dime
Washington 5.'The l'n lerwood
tariff revision bill is rxpertrd to
pass this week bom its scene ot Mechanically.
rostir.l consideration m the Houae.l P- A. Huyler,
,,, I'endv bnb' 4"^ Bav Stre't. Kast (Wharf)
I OR SALE OR RENT.
TH \T comfortable Dwelling
House on Devcaux Street,
ne 11 1
For particulars ;nd terms, com-
municate with
FRED. N. BOWE,
" The Forest." I'.xnma
Also
An almost new Piano liest
Make. Apply s above.
lences inclu ling a Tank.
I . Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prisoi,,
Apply 10
jos. LAING
blue ibll St.South
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICKS
FOR ONE MONTH.
April 12, 1913.
REPUDIATION
rT"*HE publii an hereb> wat
1 thai I will not be responsible
for any debts contracted n any
way b) Alice Blan : B lillou.
CHAS, II. BAILLOL
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER


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