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VOL. X.
MO. '. 1 .. Ba.ha.mo.*, Monday. May 12. 1913.
No.
144
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nrrived in \ -n York al
(his afternoon.
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I hr I hankagiving s. rvt< pi t de
G. i p. qI ( irid Fellows h<
Si Andrew'* llail yeatei l afiei
noon was tergal) etten kd
membdrs n'l trie Ordei ni i
In ofl il lei i s, r\ i v m
' ld 'mi in part.
s' veral addresses were d live d
Mrs, R iach gave an (x ei nt
speech, Mr John C lord being
the f )rat..r <>l I he occasion.
Mi Walter Weir pn ltd I al the
nrgah,
j
I nrnorrtow night in the House of
Assembly, the* reference of a p
re I'h" II -alth \ 191 .. i n
Select Committee will he moved
HON. HOUSti OF ASSEMBLY.
Notice* nf Motion* I I i
Evening, 13th May, 1
11 ii
Mr. William 1
1 >n wh it date was the unex
I"1"'1 d bal .n e for the financial
year mio 11 r- mitted tn the l
sury from ilie district ol Governors
I larlmur ?
2. On what date was the unex-
pended balance for the year ion
la remitted to the Treasury fioin
the same district ?
3. If there was any unusual <' lay
in making these remittances what
were the ressons given, if anv, by
the Commissioner in charge of the
district for the delay ?
4- *! not the duty of all ac
counting ollic.uls to remit to the
r
I *o'_< '. i ire in
.
..- 1 1 epd >.f the
I11 uci'il vear ?
I 1 L'i mrniH .
I i- ,,!, 1 ,
i' tin in ol ceri a in inh 1
bi 1 i| the 1 "jty ,,| Nassau with
Health Bi'l.
|f
G 'V! PNMI \ I \ui lei S"
\tl*n'jon is di' wo fo the provi-
ii !! -((in. ; 1 nd 4 of the
F isheries 1 11 1 I let, ig
O. 4. Mc.Don ild Eq mis.
er, Aiiln I wn S. S. has
been granted three v* ki vacation
I e.t v
His I lonouf, I 1 irnel Than
Tpdor K. C, in'f Jua'ica el the
I'lliimi Islandshas been granted
leave ol a hi M e f om the 91 h May
t" the 12th August 1913.
I'll" Hen, L.i. Wells, Durreot K.
Ittornej 1 ienertiI has hern *i>.
pointed Acting Chusl Justice <>f
tlie Bahama Islands.
Haicourt ( Malcolm Esq.', K.
C. h is lu-rii appointed Acting At-
. turnev General,
I ite 111if.ul.1r Mails for Inagua,
Long ( aj. At klins l-lmil, Hum
I irence I n n, Lmg Island;
l Right. Ai'i urt Town, San
idor; will be cli>v- 1 sili May 1913 ;it 11 o'clock a in.
Foreign M ii|i pet Mail Steamer
Ui inca" will he rinsed on Fri-
day ijrd M.>> 1913 m g o'clock
a.m.
loterinsular Mails for Harbour
Isjand, Spanish Wells, I letithern
Anflros. Abaco, Exurha, Long 1$.
land, Port Howe, Rum Cay and
Watlings Islsod will lie closed on
Saturday 34th May .it Noon.
INTHR
MXGISTKA IKS. COURT.
May.
5. Wm. SmithDamaging a
D 1 vie to the value of (,s. the pro
pe*ty of the Bahamas Government
Defendant undertakes to pay
damages and -~. as further expen
ses incurred.
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ii*| I ^ ng Ijn
St. towards \.. n Km i p
tertding to .1 bre "-ii m| n,
Bound in her nw n 1 ei ngriiz ince in
/ 5 t" kei p ihe p m 1,,1 j months
and p \ Complain mi as. a< to.
wards 1 osts.
Agn-1 Kemp also b u id kei p
the pi ace foe thiee m nbs
above.
PimothyBreacli St.
I 1 iffic Rules
II. Breach Cab Act tad.
Harold E. Davis Forth it he on
' 1st. May 1913 in tl e si md 1 f
P nvidence the shop of Isaiah
Sweeting situ t in the I astern
District of the City ol Nassau F. -
joniously did I n ak and entei with
intent the good-mi chatl ol Ihe
said Isaiah
shop then being feloniously to
1 ili take and carry sway. Sent
for tiial in Supreme Court,
7 -Catherine StuhbsFeloni.
ousl- and M ilicibusly did wound
Lauretta Mi I lei \ tO 14th niit.
Lmilv Romer -( >n a id i May
191 3 m the Island of New Ei evi-
denceOne gold watch and chain
of the value of 8 5 oj (he goods
and chattels of one Neabit! Rolle
together with 13s. m selver ihe
moneys of the said Nes lid Rolle
feloniously di I steal, take, and
carry aw 1..
Sent for trial 111 Supreme Court
8 Harold K. Davis-On 1st
May 1913 in the Island of New
ProvidenceOne Leslie Rollins,
feloniously^ unlawfully and mali-
ciously did wound with intent 1 1
so doing to liim the : I die
Rollins thereby then tn do some
grievous bodily harm.
Sent for trial in Supreme Court.
CABLEGRAMS
May lath lOM.
London, 10.The Duke of Marl-
boiuugli to-day closed Blenheim
Palace to the public after receiv-
ing an anon* mous letter revealing
the existence of ,1 suff agette plot
to destroy the pi lace.
London, 10.The Berlin corree-
I lent of the Daily Kxpiesssays
tli it the wireless station at Naueu
to-day succeeded in establishing
communication with the station


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St Andrew's llall yesteidai nf
no men i'-i. [ (he )l ''i am \ i-1(<>rs.
An official ordei Sjff* i v s
p irt,
S veiid a Irecee n> 'ive d
Mrs, R *ch gave an excel
h. Mr John (* lord n being
thf iraioi ..I ilie occasion.
Mr Walter Weir prrswl d at the
orgah,
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I imorrltw niu'it in the I lou-e n*
Assembly, l!he > 'f a peti-
re I'ti 11 .i'iIi \ [913, to a
Select Committee will be m iv* I,
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H< \'. II' >USfi 'I- ASSI Ml'.l V.
Notices of Motion* f r Tuesday
Way, 1
1 ,
Mr. Williams
1. On what date was the unex
1 ltd I' dan :< 1 1 the financial
year imio n remitted to theTrea
sury from the district ol Governors
Harbour ?
2. On whit date was the unex-
pended balance for the year iqii
IS remitted to the Treasury from
the same district ?
3. If there was any unusual 11 lav
in making these remittance! what
were the reasons given, if any, by
the i lionet in charge of the
district for the delay ?
4. U it not the duty of. all ac
countu.g officials to remit to the
'I ie *u i lever Iih lain es
hand a possil
I..- end. v
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11 r, 11
ft ty of N issau
to the I l'-al'.h I'.i I.
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with
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\ itn'iou i-- 1I1 1 An 'o the provi-
11 ,n- 1.1 | of the
I- isheries (I h namite Act, 19
<). I. Mi I ton ild Esq., Commis-
sioner, Ai tin I :i S, v.
weeks vaciU ion
nee.
I Its Honour, I unei 'I nan
; K. C. \"hie| lusDCfl of the
Hal in Isjlsti ds li 1 grantei
leave of absence from the 9th Mi y
t the 1 21 ti A\i-iist 1913
I he lion. F.c. W'elhj Durrani K.
At tori ey < ieneral lias been sp-
pointed Acting I 'i"'1 Jn'^t'1 e "f
tll M ih 'in-' Islands.
Il.ucourt (i. Malcolm Esq.", K.
C. has been appointed Acting At"
torney General,
I ,wmi sulai Mails f--r Ina|
Loii| Vi klins Island, Kiim
1 rence I o n, Long I>1
l Bight. \i'i u I wn, San
idor; w ill be closed n I 'hunk
1 5th M..\ 1913 at LI 0*1 lot k iii-
ii M n|s pei Mail Steamer
ca" will I on Fri-
daj ajrd May 1913 M lock
a.m.
Interinsular Mails fur Hasboui
Island, Spanish Wells, Eleuthen
Andros Abaco, l.xumn, Long l-
l-iiul. Port Howe, Rum Csiy and
Watlings Island will be closed on
Saturday 34ft) Maj .-it Noun.
.. >
IN THF.
MAGISTRATES. COURT.
May.
5. Wm. SmithDamaging a
bicycle to the value of (>s. the pro
1 ty of the Bahamas Government
11, undertakes to pay
i if, as further expen
ses incurred.
Plore ice Bet In L!smg len
guage ii' St, tow a \ es Kemp
tending to a breach "I ill* p"at"e
M'hiikI in her ow n rei ngniz ince in
|> the p .. months
ipla>in 11 < t 2 Agn s Kemp also b un
the ; 'in ntllS, at
abot e,
I'imnthy Breach St,
Ti iii I
II. Bri i< Cal \
I larbld E. Davis F01 lb il lie on
the 1st. May \>)\ j in 11 I of
I' e the shop of Isaiah
Swe tit luat in ihi In
District nf ie City ol Naes u fe-
loniously did bread ind entei wil h
intent the 1: > "I Hii I ch ttels ol the
*-. 11'I Isaiah Sweeting 'in the said
hop then being feloniously to
steal, take and 1 ly. Sent
f..r trial in Sup me 1 nurt.
7 -Catherine StuhbFeloni-
ously and M vound
Lauretta Millei \dj >brned
to 14th
l.inilv Romei II May
i denceOne gold waich and chain
of the value of H 5 9) the poods
end chattels of one Neebitt Rolle
togethei with 13s. in siivrr tfw
moneys of the said Nesbitt Kolle
feloniously did steal, take, and
carry '.-.
'sent fm trial in Sup I IC I "int.
-Harold I. Davis-On 1st
M.iv 1913 in the Island ol New
ProvidenceOne Leslie Roilinst
feloniously, unlawfully an 1 mali-
ciously did wound with intcnl 1 1
1 doing to him the laid Leslie
Rollins thereby then to do some
grievous bodily harm.
Sent for trial in Supreme Court.
CABI EGRAMS
May 1 1th lOIS.
London, 10.The Duke of Marl-
borough to-day closed IVenh.'im
Palace to the public after reviv-
ing an anonymous letter revealing
the existence ol suff agette plot
to destroy the pi lace.
London, 10.The Berlin corree-
lent of the Daily Kxpiesssays
th it the wireless station at Naueii
to-day succeeded in establishing
communication with the station


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