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— T II I 'I R 1 JHI N Cbc tribune SMiirdav, May 10.1915. ill" I aj it: Bill now illicit r sideration at Washington is in tions a dra Lire ut i ssaries •if life i:n\ i bi • [i pla< ed on the free list, hich non use the peo| ed upon m. .11 be wci: ortduty. If this Bill should past in Canada will get theadvanta of the rejected Ke iprocity Treaty without having to an equivalent in return. But the likelihood is that ii the cost of living should be reduced in the re will soon be out • inst tin' %  anan I'arui which mas secure the Iji Hecipn without the need ol a compact. The ten %  tarifl schi • y ol Retalial I to keep tariff wall do nations have been putti higher. Now those nation advisability o ing %  %  id f are seeii :' l.rw in every other nation in the world hut our QV\ % % %  ,] upon it our nation would greatly benefit by th< process • N: ; than Mr. A. .1 Balfour uttere 1 these v. n Ma .* We understand that the Committee of the Chamber of Come Las decided to send a n itive i" Toronto in I Khibitt. Am i Chairselection. will soon make a tol put to their head, by Jot, %  %  to be i il to British trade. V. .• a nno1 b t'.-i # than quote a m mthlj journal on this topic: "1 he tendency of the An i ;:i revision will he, first and It, to preserve and inise our country's peei abi i unhindi lor the trad from a letter of an estt emed com | Miami. Ha., whii ii we commend to the attention ol ; — "Of course, there a/e i nnol %  Ii as the unjustil uld he easily rem< d if the Ga a Bi tish Consular should be appointed I ed to see that the m to W on oj "Ambni lai in tiitide of j %  : %  Il ei the "dinm rpai your toil mai to Kion would soon be a thing ol I past. And, stl one ol your humble u I in Ins humble v HARL.AN READ THE RI QUIREMI I HIGH LIFE. Th( I %  who are "kee| : n form of 1\ r I | | %  i of v pinessis, W utei nal ; wl rea of fad i-ery littli Many a million* and many a poor man h ,. I lappiness is a thing altogetl upon the multitudi ipon our appreciation ol tl || is oui failure to I ns. We tliii ;' We regret thai 1 the ,iit I md and n a la %  It shoul to a pe linary i i • the vision of a oughl • much satisfai tion I know it well, as I It oughl I the same public si on. But to 1 I livei noeharm. To seem to be happy is Ii I of happiness, does nsult his own jud I with respeel to what will ney it i p. in. (D. V.) I of the >. S. Vigilancia bound foi N< w York, 9th: hales | barrels conch iusl uy, air own : •' %  iallygra nation, duce, believe me, not to the erty, but to the w B ther nation, and if we Could d i IDle or ti, Lie I, y the stroke of some fairy wand the we iith of thai I . 4*. stg. per dav." I noti ei I %  Ami rica, deliberath in it I Ioni iurable To me Mr. I hardly Hie right thii i elected by hi ( \\< .* lave been requ aunounce that the Memtx irand I nited Order of Odd 1-ellows will celebrate ignumv il %  c junk, i pack sundi • Na P. May To the Editor ol the I ribune. Deai Sir: — < )n \ isiting the HOUM of As their 1 tembly the other evening 1 was annual thanks giving in St. An.truck'by what appear^ to be drew. Hall to-morrow afler; ., as a t, andl %  • | non ol i the I don't km position 11 ording to tl ; ('I i >ur Consti t ut ion, I 'ill evi nil tie r< ii .i loon hole in thi thai goi C M thi mattei by Which he can sei ve two ma by represent!'ni,' a F'orei i Govi rnrai ni and i 1



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: HI T R i i: i pve. I s olid coml %  the lw !' s to Iilame, than have him President i (ghtersand .. %  v him into a dn bora . \ the inventor, ha • who Ix irgruntled at the pov "' %  : %  brilliant have ; ted and I'll" wife of a sti who i the nous*) and soused I to the st ; it man. I men, h the lackey ol the But in tl of tin prefers! ts of Egypt to the honey oi Cana in, a tohappir He 1 future pi blind |devotion to the III • hile the right livi th. ri i a of long ago, 1 ... (-'on and t ul l] to lull that the | De nt • JB I f iund I red upon tli I man or that i n will li' IN'. t li <.i, !the %  • I %  1 t cientl • w I e x p 1 i on %  and h I till i b ml I n 1 ed %  I I n at inc. A SACKED i ERT Wild. (\) V %  • \ V. 1 \\ II l%£ Cutlery R \. %  Chas. E. Albury. of British at t same tun". It l and lo< i authority, li Mr. A" dor at I "' : rial I la imBritish \mbassadoi holding a seat iftt • C of the Uni Vet redid tins %  in is. th < identical. I am. V.. ins tnilv BRITISHER C VB1 I I iR VMS London, *>. %  I'he "Tim Jt5 polll n fll "I'' it wmild seem I he rumoi well, : in .i \din h ikno to i ,,f at verj < ircum1 rumours I with regard ti %  on tract foi t md that alleg ti-.-.b ..:uciuiiat connections ot minisand others who would be contractors. Very ptominent ited throughout the < ountry." Lou countless %  ettM outrages fade into insignifV am i bi Southampton, 8. I ive of the men' British I m th a thud li at I. I'he it of the Board ol 1 of f(i a,755 m ii PXpi 'i is. London, 8.The I lord* Rule fol • I: .' iduCed in tin i i tiiJltJ' A.squitii and read a first time under the stand f the hi use which lei ate. It will i %  'FUSS El CONDCN5! M IL I D BY FUSS ELL firC USEOF LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FON PARTICULARS WRIT! BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHOOi ElfiHIU kkli mi. IT. LOUIS, in Williams SllOeS Arc BETTER AMBITION T4I.HU Hiny of thai* no* ftmuiu aitlclaa **i-i'ind In bin k farm— liaetahptartj r.ivara--4 i if with an loaplrlna; mnntjr-maklnc auagtaII m on urn r"i Mau<4 praaau.1. t. Baatnaaa TabHaalac Oaj, Hb ax* flaa Kia. HL I.aun Mo



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: ,ii 1 R I B I i J ANNA E. RAE. PJH >PRIE rRESS >F The Vo^ue and.'. ; Bon Marche ThtLimnSMN StOTCS Closing Sale of Season* Goods. Hifjh Class Goods at very reduced prices. Bewjtiful Irish La.ces end Insertions. A few very select Irish I.ace Hats, exquisite deglgns Geisha Crepes with I.aces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes ;vnd Waists 2 "> per cent off. Irish Linens. White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. FOR SALE BY TENDER. O NE Half of tli.it desii Building Lot <>n the I' nstem >f Mackay street, fiontin Bay-street Si feet, Bnd lunnn g souths .Hilly i ; i feel. Tinright is resen ed to reject the whole or anv of the Tenders, Tenders will he received by T. M. KNOWLES, 528 East Bay sn^i, until the 31st May, i'ii3. ::.".:rsss ^ Sciei\tific Oertamties. %  :::: % % %  %  % % %¡ % % %  a %  % %  a % % % %¡ %  % % %¡ % % %  a % % %  a % % %  a %  % %  a %  % %  n %  % %  a % % % %¡ %  % %  %  % %  a %  % %  a %  % %  n % % %  a % % %  a %  % %  i %  % %  a %  % %  a % % %  a %  % %  1 %  % %  %  % % %¡ %  % % %  W ^ %¡ % % %  %¡ % % %  %¡ % % %  !: % % %  %¡% % %  !! % % %  auuu %¡ % % %  amum %¡% % %  %¡% % %  anum naaa %¡% % %  %¡% % %  %¡% % %  %¡% % %  aunm TO RE OBTAISF.n FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. nS55 Milk Pood N<> 2. Malted Food No. 3The •Alk %  nl)urys• Rusks (Malted). DB= From 6 mnnlln upward* Pwm K SMSttH S g—fc %¡% % %  UBBB %¡ % % %  %  % % %  The 'Allenburys Foods are based on scientific certainties. U^cd as directed they are exactly what a baby needs to develop into a healthy and robust child. The •Allenburys' Foods are easily assimilated : digestive and kindred disorders are avoided by their use. Infants fed on these foods are neither fretful nor wakeful -Menburgs Foods Milk Food No. I. 1rum birth 10 3 month*. Irom J to fi rnonthi. mgPamphlet "Infant feeding and Management sent Free. ALLEN ix HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND. % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  r % % % % % % % %  ^ % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  aBIIBB Why import Butter from New York ? It costs more than 50cts. DM lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 4fcts. per lb. and weight guarantee ured early. More than two thousand of this issue will be printed which will 1 make it the most valuable advertising medium ever published In ,ho Bahamas. No one who hai anything to aell or 10 hire should be left out of the Exhibition Number of ••The Strombus." BON MARCHE CLOSING OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK AT 1-KtAH.Y Kt.IU.CU> PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. April i--, 1913. W. A. MATHER. I'M-I i; : M.IK. D ESIRES to inform his fri and the Public that he ba. just received te outfit ol facilities lot the I "I en un(I rtaker, which plat et him In .'> |. ition to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to Ins cue with system and despatch ; and res| fully solicits their patronage Get my I '"•' 'bey tin: very lowest for hist work. NOT IC T UN is to inform my Patrons ,1 the Public in General that I have opened my Public Blai k Smith ->U"\':, "> l •'"" ready t<> do anything in the line ol Qeat i ir 01 new work Horse Sho ially. All work done Mechanically. P. \. Huyler, 453 Bay Street. East (Wharf) WILLIAMS 1 SHOES IRE BE! I ER, i 1 iR SAI I OR RENT. T HAI comfortable Dwelling I louse on Deveaus Strs l near I I 11 particulars and terms, com. with FRED. N BOWE, •• I! Exuma. Also An aim 11 • new Piano —Best Make, A| ply as above, 1 -n U N D. —On the Northers i Mud, an Open Sponging H it, about is feel keel, \baco lei, painte 1 white outside, blue I ran *o n, I he I >wne w ill pies I communicate w 11 h THE C< IM.MISSION1 R, Nicolle Town, Andros. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STORE O ; \< "Royal" Household .nil Ilour selling at 3d pent <• per lb. ai | 1 bag ol "Hoi,leu Stai 1 lout J lbs for |d, and "Laurel Brand" F lour" a lb i foi 3jd. ( 1 ntennial Flour per bag Pigs Feet in Vinegei at I. i ei lb, 111 Sugar at a M. pei lb. < lui -A lute and clean, best in town selling at t d pet quart. All our Groceries are Eresh and ilitj and 1 hi ap, Pure Jam il.i Rum at IOS, pat gallon, I WIl-s L. SAUNDERS & Co. Nassau N. P. Baham April 15th 1913,



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CD P 3 CO CD 0) o CD CO Nvillius addictns (urorc ir\ vcrba magistri. Beini! bound to swear to llio Dogmas of no Master VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday. M. y 10, 191Y No. 145 • : en. K11 -.. ., .1 \ ::•.: r STB1 1 I PI liLISHEl) IJAII i". .'-1 ID • I J'1. ) p\ .. id iklv thly I t. i>I )uarl | V-Htlv Vraiiv iff p AY A HI. I IN A i i'. \' %  '. I • i pel hue f,,[ • j< in, tbrec do cinlit lines 4S. WHAT PEOPLE w.W I. I. ind the world laughi w it i : Weep, a ne; ibe i id old earth Mi • its mirth, It lins trouble enough <>f its own, Sing, and the lulls will answer; Sigh, n is lost "ii the air; The ei boee bound To I tound, Bui shrink from the voicing care. I ,'•• %  %  .•' %  %  >i i ; they turn and co ; I lifv want lull mei ( i| nil your pleaiun Hut they do not want your woe. Be (lad, and your friends lire DJ ; i i, end you lose them ell ; There are none to dec.line Your nectait d wine, Hut alone you must dunk life's |all. Feast, and vour halls are croudKast, and the world goes by ; Succeed and give, And it helps you live, Hut it cannot help you die. There is room in the balls of pleasure l-'or a limn and lordly train ; But one by one nust dl file "ii 1 hrough the I. — It ., vVh :l \ cox. CODS \\ \Y Wliil A LPIER. [want to i i a story that illusl in m; si 11 is ivuuders to pei I h plants Hi-. i the sea \t\ I i idi upon I in." Centuries igo il< re lived in and a wild i who, m order to yet a* from the consi resti ainnell-ordered .., and to ollow the desires i f own sinful he in among wick• and en! soldier undo Cromwell, the noted warrior. Shortly after, this famous general anticipating a fie [gle, gave orders th man should i arrj a Bible with bim into battle, e, and tin in D among thousands ol others 1.1. ad a great storm ol bullets in winch many were carried down to death, Bui our young fnend was imong the slam. In the even* to can p he took the Bible from his breast pocket, not to read bul In lay it aside. In ning he noti I it had been pierced by a bullet. He opened it, turned book afll i book and le I iftei leal until he found the point of the bullet against these words : "R Dung man, in thy youth ; and lei thy heart cheer thee in the days of thy youth, and walk in the ways ol thine heart, and m the sight of thine eyes but know thou, I Bat for all these things God will bring thee into judgment" I • |. it; q). The young man was smitten, wounded in the heart and O !!• tt ience, Enemies bad shut at bun and unwed their purp o se, but an arrow from th divine Archers bow had struck him in a vital I I e, not foi death now but for life. He had been rejoicing in youthful folly, and walking in the v. of his evil heart, and fol I ing after the sight of bis sin-loving eyes, and—awful thought i—"but for 1 lie s.,ni in hiinself. "I would thi n a | i HI p>.e %  n the field of blond, ii y si ml wi mid have bej onl >rti io| in re&l Eering the ju nun' i Gl IVERNOR M VKES '\\ \u' SPEECH IN I N< iRI Washing! n, April 28.—"A wai 1" in support of the proposed Culiforni %  anti-alien I ind law was delivered in the Hous by Representative Sission >ipl • 'if we must have war 01 to this indignity, I am for ir, m. "1 am with the people of Californi 1 in their efforts to these aliens from "I believe," s lid M ission, "that ii" n m*n sid n hould be allowed to hold a single foot of land in the lefi fcory "I tbe United What would Washington say in answer to the question,Wai or submission ? V\ son -a' What would 1 level ind sav ? What would McKioley s "I resent the etloits "I la| 11 to force us 'o SUbmil to liei demands." Mr, Sisi the Japanese got. i it, in pro testing agninsl alien Ian 1 leg slain,:!, n as ei dei % 1 mug t" '\i nipt its citizens from ti. operation of the laws of states. "The President and > cretary f state,"' said Sisson, ",sh mid 0 Ij ai sure an .1 lien govei 11 neni t'i-t the people of that alien nation would be dealt with lairl; cordance with tinlav ite. Representative %  1 an leader, suggested the (mied States had the sonstituiiona) right to treat with foreign po vers to > %  • cure f": American citizens pio| tv rights abroad and Jthat Mr, Sis son was contending that tiit for. eign governments did not have a %  imilai right. "If .1 ipan now tlite. iiens us with war, what w nuld the do when mil lions "f her citizens have acquued land in our countrj ?" Mr. Sisson %  aid "I laj down the proposil that an alien populatii n holding hand within out borders would be %  uixvil and constant menace." L


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Nvillius addictns (urorc ir\ vcrba magistri.
Beini! bound to swear to llio Dogmas of no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday. M. y 10, 191Y
No.
145
: en.
K11 -..
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1
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PI liLISHEl) IJAII i".
.'-1 ID I
J'1.
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p\ .. id
iklv .......
thly ......It. i>I
)uarl ......
| V-Htlv
Vraiiv iff
p AY A HI. I IN A i i'. \' '. I .
i pel hue
f,,[ j< in, tbrec
do cinlit lines 4S.
WHAT PEOPLE w.W I.
I. ind the world laughi w it
i :
Weep, a ne;
ibe i id old earth
Mi its mirth,
It lins trouble enough <>f its own,
Sing, and the lulls will answer;
Sigh, n is lost "ii the air;
The ei boee bound
To I tound,
Bui shrink from the voicing care.
I ,'.'' >i i ;
they turn and co ;
I lifv want lull mei
( i| nil your pleaiun
Hut they do not want your woe.
Be (lad, and your friends lire
dj ;
i i, end you lose them ell ;
There are none to dec.line
Your nectait d wine,
Hut alone you must dunk life's
|all.
Feast, and vour halls are croud-
Kast, and the world goes by ;
Succeed and give,
And it helps you live,
Hut it cannot help you die.
There is room in the balls of plea-
sure
l-'or a limn and lordly train ;
But one by one
nust dl file "ii
1 hrough the
I.
It ., vVh :l \ cox.
CODS \\ \Y Wliil A
LPIER.
[want to i i a story
that illusl
in m; si
11 is ivuuders to pei
I h plants Hi-. i the sea
\t\ I i idi upon I in."
Centuries igo il< re lived in
and a wild
i who, m order to yet a*
from the consi resti ain-
nell-ordered
.., and to ollow the desires i f
. own sinful he in among wick-
and en!
soldier undo Cromwell, the
noted warrior.
Shortly after, this famous gener-
al anticipating a fie [gle,
gave orders th man should
i arrj a Bible with bim into battle,
e, and tin
in d among thousands ol others
1.1. ad a great storm ol bullets in
winch many were carried down to
death, Bui our young fnend was
imong the slam. In the even*
to can p he took
the Bible from his breast pocket,
not to read bul In lay it aside. In
ning he noti I it had been
pierced by a bullet. He opened it,
turned book afll i book and
le I iftei leal until he found the
point of the bullet against these
words : "R Dung man, in
thy youth ; and lei thy heart cheer
thee in the days of thy youth, and
walk in the ways ol thine heart,
and m the sight of thine eyes but
know thou, I Bat for all these things
God will bring thee into judgment"
I |. it; q).
The young man was smitten,
wounded in the heart and O !!
tt ience, Enemies bad shut at bun
and unwed their purpose, but an
arrow from th divine Archers
bow had struck him in a vital
I I e, not foi death now but for
life. He had been rejoicing in
youthful folly, and walking in the
v. of his evil heart, and fol I
ing after the sight of bis sin-loving
eyes, andawful thought i"but
for 1
lie s.,ni in hiin-
self. "I would thi n a |
i hi p>.e n the field of blond,
ii y si ml wi mid have bej onl
>rti io| in re&l
Eering the ju
nun' i
Gl IVERNOR M VKES '\\ \u'
SPEECH IN I N< iRI
Washing! n, April 28."A wai
1" in support of the proposed
Culiforni anti-alien I ind law was
delivered in the Hous by
Representative Sission >ip-
l
'if we must have war 01
to this indignity, I am for ir,
. m.
"1 am with the people of Cali-
forni 1 in their efforts to
these aliens from
"I believe," s lid M ission,
"that ii" n m*n sid n hould
be allowed to hold a single foot of
land in the lefi fcory "I tbe United
What would Washington
say in answer to the question,Wai
or submission ? V\
son -a- What would 1 level ind
sav ? What would McKioley s
"I resent the etloits "I la| 11 to
force us 'o SUbmil to liei demands."
Mr, Sisi
the Japanese got. i it, in pro
testing agninsl alien Ian 1 leg sla-
in,:!, n as ei dei % 1 mug t" '\i nipt
its citizens from ti. operation of
the laws of states.
"The President and > cretary f
state,"' said Sisson, ",sh mid 0 Ij
ai sure an .1 lien govei 11 neni t'i-t
the people of that alien nation
would be dealt with lairl;
cordance with tin- lav ite.
Representative '' 1
an leader, suggested the (mied
States had the sonstituiiona) right
to treat with foreign po vers to >
cure f": American citizens pio|
tv rights abroad and Jthat Mr, Sis
son was contending that tiit for.
eign governments did not have a
imilai right.
"If .1 ipan now tlite.iiens us with
war, what w nuld the do when mil
lions "f her citizens have acquued
land in our countrj ?" Mr. Sisson
aid "I laj down the proposil
that an alien populatii n holding
hand within out borders would be
uixvil and constant menace."
L


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T II I 'I R 1 JHI N
Cbc tribune
SMiirdav, May 10.1915.
ill" I aj it: Bill now illicit r
sideration at Washington is
in tions a dra
Lire
ut i ssaries
if life i:n\ i bi [i pla< ed on the
free list, hich
non use the
peo|
ed upon
m.
.11 be wci:
ortduty.
If this Bill should past in
Canada will get theadvanta
of the rejected Ke iprocity
Treaty without having to
an equivalent in return. But the
likelihood is that ii the cost of
living should be reduced in the
re will soon be
out inst tin- ' ana-
n I'arui which mas secure
the Iji Hecipn
without the need ol a
compact.
The ten tarifl
schi

y ol Retalial
I to keep
tariff wall do
nations have been putti
higher. Now those nation
advisability o
ing id f are
seeii :' l.rw in ,
every other nation in the world
hut our qv\ ,] upon it
our nation would greatly bene-
fit by th< process
N:" ; than Mr. A.
.1 Balfour uttere 1 these v.
n Ma
.*
We understand that the Com-
mittee of the Chamber of Com-
e Las decided to send a n
itive i" Toronto in
I Khibitt.
Am
i Chair-
selection.
will soon make a
tol put to their head, by Jot,

to be i il to
British trade. V. . anno1
b t'.-i# than quote a m mthlj
journal on this topic:
"1 he tendency of the An
i ;:i revision will he, first and
It, to preserve and in-
ise our country's peei
abi i unhindi
lor the trad
from a letter of an estt emed
com | Miami.
Ha., whii ii we commend to the
attention ol ;
"Of course, there a/e i
nnol
Ii as the
unjustil
uld he easily rem< d
if the Ga
a Bi
tish Consular
should be appointed I .
ed to see that the
m to W on oj
"Ambni
.
lai .
in tii- tide of j .:
Il
ei
the "dinm rpai your toil
mai to Kion
would soon be a thing ol I
past.
And, stl
one ol your humble u
I
in Ins humble v
HARL.AN READ
THE RI QUIREMI I HIGH LIFE.
Th(
I
who are "kee|
: n form of 1\ r
I | | i
of v pinessis, W
- utei nal ; wl rea
of fad i-ery littli
Many a million*
and many a poor man h ,.
I lappiness is a thing altogetl
upon the multitudi ipon our apprecia-
tion ol tl || is oui failure to I
ns. We tliii
. ;'
We regret thai
1 the ,iit
I md
* and n a la

It shoul to a pe
linary i i

the vision of a
oughl much satisfai tion I
know it well, as I
It oughl
I the same
. public
si on. But to 1 I livei
noeharm. To seem to be happy is Ii I of happiness,
does nsult his own jud I with respeel to what will
ney
it i p. in. (D. V.) I
of the
>. S. Vigi-
lancia bound foi N< w York, '
9th:
hales
|
barrels conch
iusl uy,
air own
: ',
iallygra
nation,
duce, believe me, not to the
erty, but to the w
B ther nation, and if we Could
d i IDle or ti, Lie I, y the stroke of
some fairy wand the we iith of
thai I .
4*. stg. per dav."
I noti ei I

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To the Editor ol the I ribune.
Deai Sir:
< )n \ isiting the Houm of As
their 1 tembly the other evening 1 was
annual thanks giving in St. An- .truck'by what appear^ to be
drew. Hall to-morrow afler- ; .,
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men, h the lackey ol the
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of British at t same
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throughout the < ountry."
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Southampton, 8. I ive of the
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PJH >PRIE rRESS >F
The Vo^ue and.'..; Bon Marche
ThtLimnSMN StOTCS
Closing Sale of Season* Goods.
Hifjh Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Bewjtiful Irish La.ces end
Insertions. A few very select
Irish I.ace Hats, exquisite deglgns '
Geisha Crepes with I.aces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes ;vnd Waists 2 ">
per cent off. Irish Linens.
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
FOR SALE BY TENDER.
ONE Half of tli.it desii
Building Lot <>n the I' nstem
>f Mackay street, fiontin
Bay-street Si feet, Bnd lunnn g
souths .Hilly i ; i feel.
Tin- right is resen ed to reject
the whole or anv of the Tenders,
Tenders will he received by
T. M. KNOWLES,
528 East Bay sn^i, until the 31st
May, i'ii3.
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Milk Pood N<> 2. Malted Food No. 3- The Alknl)urys Rusks (Malted). DB=
From 6 mnnlln upward* Pwm K SMSttH Sgfc. ?
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The 'Allenburys- Foods are based on scientific certainties. U^cd as directed they
are exactly what a baby needs to develop into a healthy and robust child. The
Allenburys' Foods are easily assimilated : digestive and kindred disorders are
avoided by their use. Infants fed on these foods are neither fretful nor wakeful
-Menburgs Foods
Milk Food No. I.
1- rum birth 10 3 month*. I- rom J to fi rnonthi.
mg- Pamphlet "Infant feeding and Management sent Free.
ALLEN ix HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND.
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^aBIIBB'
Why import Butter
from New York ?
It costs more than 50cts. dm lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 4fcts. per lb. and weight
guarantee NEW YORK HOUSE
\I7r. would .form all who app mV^o* w.
V baveonh*ndantens.ve HAVANA! IGARS. We
guarantee our brand 1 Havn and N,!,"":
. and Havana Fillers throughout.
!i ,ars are manufactured on out premiss by skilled workmen
re taken to produce ana.tii ,U'v,r,
Thesuccesswe have met with in the past leads i ) toeipect
the patronage of connoiseurs. { SAUNDERS A Co.
Bav Srret
I I IR HIRE.
A SIX l<< )"M DWELLING
IK IL'SE with bath room at-
I and .ill out door conveu
1 including ' I 0k,
l 1st Street, South, opposite
BU 'l I'M..
Apply i"
56S LAING
Blue Hill St, South
oSto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September S
Tl 1E Committee appointed by
the 1. hamber ol i ommerce i
to organize the Bahamas Exhibit
would he glad to receive offer* 1
from intending Exhibitors of an)
of the undermentioned articles, as1
well as ahy others that might re-1
commend themselves for the pur-!
pose :
Sisal Fruit
Spoi Mats
1 1 ned I'm' Shells
Canned Tomato Curios
Preset vet, various Woi
PI mt-, potted I ai 1
Cigars Tortoise She11
Tobacco Tortoise Shell Wor k
Bark Cotton
Shell Basket Wark.
All Exhibits must be in
hands of the Committee in time
lm the Steamer li aving this poi t
August ist, 1
Apply to
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Chairmac.
CHAS. J. ABBOTT,
Secretary.
A race is no better than its
women
The Committee of the Chamber
of Commerce for the Bhmln
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto. Annul and Sep-
tember, of this yer. have decided
lo place a Special Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Slrombus" on sal* at
the exhibition as named above.
Exhibitor*. Business men gene-
rally. Lodging Houso Keepers.
Boarding House Keeper*.Owners
of places to rent as winter resi-
dences. Owners of Boat*, etc.. etc.,
would do well to advertise in the
Exhibition Number and bring their
businass to the notice of the maay
thousands of Canadians who will
visit this exhibition, and who are
I a. growing factor in our tourist
business.
Special rates Space should be
> ured early.
More than two thousand of this
issue will be printed which will
1 make it the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published In
,ho Bahamas. No one who hai
anything to aell or 10 hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of The Strombus."
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT 1-KtAH.Y Kt.IU.CU>
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April i--, 1913.
W. A. MATHER.
I'M-I i; : M.IK.
DESIRES to inform his fri
and the Public that he ba.
just received te outfit ol
facilities lot the I "I en un-
(I rtaker, which plat et him In .'>
|. ition to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to Ins cue with
system and despatch ; and res|
fully solicits their patronage Get
my I '"' 'bey
tin: very lowest for hist
work. _
NOT IC
TUN is to inform my Patrons
,1 the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Blai k Smith ->U"\'- :,">l '""
ready t<> do anything in the line ol
Qeat i ir 01 new work Horse
Sho ially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. \. Huyler,
453 Bay Street. East (Wharf)
WILLIAMS1
SHOES
IRE BE! I ER,
i 1 iR SAI I OR RENT.
THAI comfortable Dwelling
I louse on Deveaus Strs l
near I
I 11 particulars and terms, com.
with
FRED. N BOWE,
I! Exuma.
Also
An aim 11 new Piano Best
Make, A| ply as above,
1-n U N D. On the Northers
i Mud, an Open Sponging
H it, about is feel keel, \baco
lei, painte 1 white outside, blue
I ran *o n, I he I >wne w ill pies I
communicate w 11 h
THE C< IM.MISSION1 R,
Nicolle Town, Andros.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STORE
O; \< "Royal" Household
.nil I- lour selling at 3d
pent < per lb. ai | 1 bag ol
"Hoi,leu Stai 1 lout j lbs for |d,
and "Laurel Brand" F lour" a lb i
foi 3jd.
( 1 ntennial Flour per bag
Pigs Feet in Vinegei at I. i ei lb,
111 Sugar at a M. pei lb. < lui
-a lute and clean, best in town
selling at td pet quart.
All our Groceries are Eresh and
ilitj and 1 hi ap,
Pure Jam il- .i Rum at ios, pat
gallon,
I WIl-s L. SAUNDERS & Co.
Nassau N. P.
Baham
April 15th 1913,


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