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• Ill K I The wagon was overturned and partly wrecked. The police hud difficulty in prote< ting i lie %  er>. Washington, ; r :' i'.l ItHlll and the I'niied Si iti • A to clean (lie dipl nai state 1 monow when the international trtbunal lor ttie 01 (standing pecu niary claims between the two natii ns will hold it! firsl meeting here. Washington, u. easi nably high temperatut I expi cted 10 prevail during the coming week over any port i tn ol i ny, accordi weekly Iher bureau bulletin issued today. Washington, 1s, ss will ; iked llexl iropriate f'>r one b.itlb ship, a mam:; idnaughi displacing f toir. and cost ,000,000 according to tent itive | of tli>; n iv\ meral board, made public to-day. London, 12.— h delegates in ive I in London to-day f"r the peai e conference. Friction between B ilg trie and 1 ireece still •in tuation. New York, 12.—The nati the world are urge I to joi 1 United Stati Qi it Britain,) %  da, New foi 1 'I md and Australia and the munii i\ ality of 1 n ol in making the celebration years of peace among En speaking pe* pie*. I he irivit by the international conferees now in this country, Chicago, 12.—P t re organize the 1 n party v discussed at erconferi • to daj bct.wei n rix rei il lie in Un Stati Senators and 3a othe states. # Meiico, ia -The I \ hai shown little 1! an) improvement in ih lion for ment. 1 >nsci pi itinu1 'I lave been mobilii I in I ( noi th. bul tl not yal ;en ible to 1 1 ul 1 %  defensive. The 1 over-run d so ition ult. F \ i). _')„ thNorthern Mud, an Open Sp >i Boat, ab .ut mod I, vhite outside, blue transom, Hie Iwnei will p %  tli nil". C< >MMISSIONKR, M11 ills r 1 \ii. \ The Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibition, at Toronto. August and September, of this year, have decided to place a Special Exhibition Number of "The Strombus" on sale at the exhibito n as named above. Exhibitors, Business men generally. Lodging House Keepers. Boarding House Keepers Owners of places to rent as w.m<-r re.idences. Owners of Boa.fa.el would do well to adveru ExhibiiionNwmbe nd ringtheir business to the notice of the magy thou-.arv.ls of Can.-li •.• II visit th s exhibition, an.I who "to a growing factor in out tourllt business. Special rates. Space should bo set tired early. More than two thousand of .his issue will be printed whii 1 will make it the most valuable advertising medium ever published in he Bahamas. N5 nni who hs anything to sell or to hire should be left out of the Ea klb ...11 Number of "The •Strombus." TELLS AUOIT THE SPECIAL CALL AT I HE ROYAL SHIRK O l R "Royal" H< u nd I lout si %  . n Star Flour and "Lai I B 11 il I ui p : ll>. Brown Sug ir t 2J 1 )ui %  n 1 I selling .1' gd. per quail All %  >•*. Ii Ul in (la m can pit-ti CUT* hm*oH .t hem*, uf K'h fjii— mm I Ii 1 h, Li-r, I J ... 1 ., "'"'I'M* ; ". w t.ooh kvM *• • v.Ut. ft It I U r old-lint* .oho., 1 %  I. %  r mr-MT *OlV for four UuLU t : 1 • AIIMJ FPU.*, i jglj.aid in |ia haallfi, etrng 11. aral*-! • 'Mm UitVMtoni Bldg. CKIU|t, lilt.. Uli ONTO Exhibition ; August 23 t 'ber 8 "* 111. Com miiee v 1 I he t Ii mil n of k 'I. ..1 gtin 17.. • would be (jl-ul %  fnmi intendin I ion nf %  he until ed art irl I leihe 1 HI 1 I II 1, I ui M I l"s v .inn' 1 ritw Presei Woods i V : i 1 %  _' B i rj us She*I Ii i"ii 1 Wi AI K x I its -i .' 1n in I line I HA.S 1 iLH'JRV, 1 1 1 CJI VS. |. Al IV HI'. Si • Why import Liutter from New York? It 'sts more than cts. 111 lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter 1 lb. and weight guaranl NEW YORK HOUSE Williams Shoes Are BETTER I OR SALE BY TENDER. O l Hall ol thai I HI bin. 1 I on tinKasl 1 on I '11 %  Bndum : '1 Tendei swill eivi I. M KM iWLI •. int'il 1 MliJ : %  |'( IR HIRE. \ SIX R< M IM DW I I I I i \ I 1 i| -I nli bath n %  i 11 g a I 1 South, oppo IOS L.VING R SAI I. OR REN l\ 1 "II \ I n '' riling 1 11' 1 1 >mmunicate ^ %  : h I KU. N. B >V\ I I 1," I'. x u 1 na \ n \•! 1 new Pia Make The Vogue andAu Bon Marche rn V01* S£Or*CS Closing Sale of Seasons Goods. Ii i|',i\ Class Goods at very reduced prices, llciv vitlfxil Irish Lnces and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite defti|ns Geisha Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Rubes and Waists 25 per cent off. Irish Linens, White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. ff



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P *3 w (D (J) o CD C0 Nullius ivdilic ins Jurare in vcrba ma.|{islri. Bpini! bound to set\r lo ihe Dogmas of no Master VOL. X. \ SAVJ N. !.. BHIIIMIIIVS, ',V,'Jnesday, Nay 14, 1915. No. 14b H. i;l PI (II. oil'! • M v UK K T. Ill I u N '' I • PUBI 1SHEU H \ll i I lay, Vedaesda) I Rri .o II II gle copy Tuesdav, Phi iv — i i .'Ii'-upv ... |<| ''•' %  • : v ... 4 i r \ | ,-t nighl I h. I ulmei moved that the lion of certain inhabit! "i tlie Crtj cf Nassau w ith n s to the I le.ilth Kill be refe rieleot I ommittee, Mr. H moved in amendment that the petition be noi so ref< i tfter B length} .i i heated de. IMie, on th thereon Ihe l lo &e divi Ii ice, T. Cuhner, W ( B. h.hnson, Vlhury, L. W " iung, I Sweel i ig, A IJerJi y Willi imt, Cole, Bethell m d Weech (n) \'ays. Messrs A K. Solomon, E. V. Solomon, Bo • n ulmer, Malcolm, i i lohnaon, Gamblin and Sau is. The petition wai therefore rred. not •* The Lighthouse fen ler "Car. II II Vi ill stf mi" I on S I III I l.l \ I i| for Sombre a and intermediati mas lighthouses, j The Article, "4 o'clock Lizard" ."vc, taken from the "New York E %  >'• ning World," of March 2, is an illustration of the rubbish that American papers, sometimes serve up (or their readers, and the author Alexander Walpole must, in all probability, be a lineal descendant of Baron .Munchausen and loin Pepper. 1 iVLOv K LI/ \kl) BURS I Hl\ YOU DIE ON Till. HOUR. 1 nil % %  \ i Put G inpiwdet in Ihe W ound, Lig t It and Blow the I' 501 \way. 1 queei chars 1 om thi and in far. ; %  ings beyond tin of ourcivilization. If all the tilings are true asportiayed by Alexander Walpole nd< ri and hoi i"i j ol rurk's 1 I in tin' Bah worthy of tl I ion of the Smithsoi iail In' titution. The %  Mi. Wal. is alivs 10-da) 10 lell ol them. Mr. Walpole i seventy-six years old end i re than -i\ Feel in l %  gilt. He has white whisl like Uncle Sam, and has a i leai %  nd skin, Ni>t fur ti tv years had he set foot on the shores of lion until he disemb irked in the steamer Seminole of the Clyde line, Bui I ork's Island is good enough f''f the old man, he i unA he has 1 here *s nice .1 hoin Id wish for, I le has m ide much money in hand! mg c< c a 1 nd mahi >g my w* % %  Is He has interest in Great Ins I < iieat I is Islam -.11' i 1 cie iti-t and a l"v hiskey. I 1 I Bites, Then You 1 lie At .1 k. "Iiisfi t life 1 11 I uik's Isl md af%  .1 great study,' said M -. Walpole. "I've seen ihe si ranges! thm 1 ,;1 ugs and snakes and tin nan nevei heard of b< lore and l'\ e had t" give then < ew nan it, • J or instance, w e have w hat I I 'In isteni il the I 1 >ui o\ loi k 11/ ird. Yes, sir ; that's wondeiful, ile's %  boul eight inches long and has a pair of horns, His bite is deadly, if he lutes you, you die at ,| o'clock, morOIDg or afternocn. I nevei knew it to fail except in my own rase, I was bitten in the lr^. I put gunpowder on the bite and lift the powder, blowing out the poison, "There is also the geometrical bc-tle. He bitei in triangles and parallelograms. He bit a pvthaean theorem on the back of one of my men and the man died in fifteen mi nuti -. 1 mding the fact that I pou bottle of Scotch whisk* into h 1, It was too bad to waste that key, "We have the kakerlak c roach, socalled on account of the noise he makes, w inch sounds just like I name. They'll eat the buttons ofl your coat, and they'll swoop down on your table carry away your dinner. I hey'II chase ,1 dog. HERE'S \ CHANCE T HAPPY, ANYWAY. I Insukkeldonder snake is a ; -• uliar thing. He is someti .'I ed the b 11 In;: pole snake on tint of his s' 1 ipes. His stii Fatal It produ •• % %  t of hj si ami ,i man really lau isclf i" death, "There is also the hour toad, which every hour emits a peculiar sound like wonff, I he samsonian hug plat hav < %  with the ( hickens. I hev II the Feat hi rs off, f had to ; don my cbii ki ns ran h on their I' ie glo mi owl has a stork ai d wonderft IIv la He I111 ks ho irselj I i ks -• don. Firs! .11 n ire • lb. "Yes sir, we h I things down in the B iham is, I I expei t to 1 1 ii.n 1 vay only for a few months, hing of civilization and go > ick to my island home." w ANTED.—H< irant. 1 lood Wages, Apply "Tribune Office." CABLEGRAMS May 14th 1913. London, is.—-Another suffrage rii t took place ill Hyde Park this afternoon-, Ihe mens league for wo,urn suffrage had been given permission to hold fl ing. Si veral prominent w 1 keis addressed a crowd of several '.Ii and from a truck but the croud kept upa running fire of interrup tiotis. after a hilf hours endeavour to get a bearing the league g ire up and the speaker, were about to withdraw when the crowd broke through the police ranks. H k


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Nullius ivdilic ins Jurare in vcrba ma.|{islri.
Bpini! bound to set\r lo ihe Dogmas of no Master
VOL. X.
\ savj N. !.. BhIiimiiivs, ',V,'Jnesday, Nay 14, 1915.
No. 14b
H. i;l PI (II.
oil'! M v UK K T. Ill
I u N '' I
PUBI 1SHEU H \ll i
I lay, Vedaesda) I Rri .o
ii ii gle copy
Tuesdav, Phi iv
- i i .'Ii- '-upv ... |<|
''':!v ... 4 i thly ... i i i
1 i ii tri Iv ......
I.llf V-illv
.. i,
I'XV \iy.i- IN I WASTE.
Advertising Rale
first insertion ; thiei
'..i v. on I ii' I one I'm:
imc f.M enti uodei I ^s.
In ihe I I'll-" > r \ | ,-t
nighl I h. I ulmei moved that the
lion of certain inhabit!
"i tlie Crtj cf Nassau w ith n
s to the I le.ilth Kill be refe
rieleot I ommittee, Mr. H
moved in amendment that the pe-
tition be noi so ref< i
tfter b length} .i i heated de.
IMie, on th
thereon Ihe l lo &e divi
Ii ice, T. Cuhner,
W ( B. h.hnson, Vlhury, L. W .
" iung, I Sweel i ig, A IJerJi y
Willi imt, Cole, Bethell m d
Weech (n)
\'ays. Messrs A K. Solomon,
. E. V. Solomon, Bo n
ulmer, Malcolm,
i i lohnaon, Gamblin and Sau is.
The petition wai therefore
rred.
not
*
The Lighthouse fen ler "Car.
II II Vi ill" stf mi" I on S I III I l.l \ I i- |
for Sombre a and intermediati
mas lighthouses,
j
The Article, "4 o'clock Lizard"
."vc, taken from the "New York
E >' ning World," of March 2, is an
illustration of the rubbish that
American papers, sometimes serve
up (or their readers, and the author
Alexander Walpole must, in all
probability, be a lineal descendant
of Baron .Munchausen and loin
Pepper.
1 iVLOv K LI/ \kl) BURS
I Hl\ YOU DIE ON Till.
HOUR.
1 nil \ i Put G inpiwdet in Ihe
W ound, Lig t It and Blow the
I' 501 \way.
1 queei chars
1 om thi and in far.
; ings
beyond tin of ourcivili-
zation. If all the tilings are true
asportiayed by Alexander Walpole
nd< ri and hoi i"i j ol rurk's
1 I in tin' Bah
. worthy of tl I ion of the
Smithsoi iail In' titution. The
Mi. Wal.
is alivs 10-da) 10 lell ol them.
Mr. Walpole i seventy-six years
old end i re than -i\ Feel in
l gilt. He has white whisl
like Uncle Sam, and has a i leai
nd skin, Ni>t fur ti tv years
had he set foot on the shores of
lion until he disemb irked
in the steamer Seminole
of the Clyde line,
Bui I ork's Island is good
enough f''f the old man, he i
unA he has 1 here *s nice .1 hoin
Id wish for, I le has m ide
much money in hand! mg c< c a
1 nd mahi >g my w* Is He has in-
terest in Great Ins I < iieat
I is Islam -.11' i- 1 cie iti-t
and a l"v hiskey.
I 1 I Bites, Then You 1 lie At .1
" k.
"Iiisfi t life 1 11 I uik's Isl md af-
.1 great study,' said M-.
Walpole. "I've seen ihe si ranges!
thm1,;- 1 ugs and snakes and
tin nan nevei heard of b< lore and
l'\e had t" give then < ew nan it,
J or instance, w e have w hat I I
'In isteni il the I 1 >ui o\ loi k 11/ ird.
Yes, sir; that's wondeiful, ile's
boul eight inches long and has a
pair of horns, His bite is deadly,
if he lutes you, you die at ,|
o'clock, morOIDg or afternocn. I
nevei knew it to fail except in my
own rase, I was bitten in the lr^.
I put gunpowder on the bite and
lift the powder, blowing out the
poison,
"There is also the geometrical
bc-tle. He bitei in triangles and
parallelograms. He bit a pvtha-
ean theorem on the back of
one of my men and the man died
in fifteen mi nuti -. 1 md-
ing the fact that I pou
bottle of Scotch whisk* into h 1,
It was too bad to waste that
key,
"We have the kakerlak c
roach, socalled on account of the
noise he makes, w inch
sounds just like I name. They'll
eat the buttons ofl your coat, and
they'll swoop down on your table
carry away your dinner.
I hey'II chase ,1 dog.
HERE'S \ CHANCE T
HAPPY, ANYWAY.
" I In- sukkeldonder snake is a
; - uliar thing. He is someti
' .'I ed the b 11 In;: pole snake on
tint of his s' 1 ipes. His stii
Fatal It produ t of hj si
ami ,i man really lau isclf
i" death,
"There is also the hour toad,
which every hour emits a peculiar
sound like wonff,
" I he samsonian hug plat
hav < with the ( hickens. I hev
II the Feat hi rs off, f had to
; don my cbii ki ns ran h on
their
I' ie glo mi owl has a
stork ai d wonderft IIv la
He I111 ks ho irselj, I i ks - don.
Firs! .11 n ire
lb.
"Yes sir, we h I
things down in the B iham is, I
I expei t to 11 ii.n 1 vay only for
a few months, hing of
civilization and go !> ick to my is-
land home."
w
ANTED.H< irant.
1 lood Wages,
Apply "Tribune Office."
CABLEGRAMS
May 14th 1913.
London, is.-Another suffrage
rii t took place ill Hyde Park this
afternoon-, Ihe mens league for
wo,urn suffrage had been given
permission to hold fl ing.
Si veral prominent w 1 keis ad-
dressed a crowd of several '.Ii
and from a truck but the croud
kept upa running fire of interrup
tiotis. after a hilf hours endeavour
to get a bearing the league g ire
up and the speaker, were about to
withdraw when the crowd broke
through the police ranks.
H
k



! Ill
K I
.
The wagon was overturned and
partly wrecked. The police hud
difficulty in prote< ting i lie -
er>.
Washington, ; r :' i'.l ItHlll
and the I'niied Si iti a
to clean (lie dipl nai state 1
monow when the international
trtbunal lor ttie 01 (standing pecu
niary claims between the two
natii ns will hold it! firsl meeting
here.
Washington, u. easi nably
high temperatut I expi ct-
ed 10 prevail during the coming
week over any port i tn ol
i ny, accordi weekly
Iher bureau bulletin issued to-
day.
Washington, 1s, ss will
; iked llexl iropriate
f'>r one b.itlb ship, a mam:;
idnaughi displacing f
toir. and cost ,000,-
000 according to tent itive |
of tli>; n iv\ meral board, made
public to-day.
London, 12. h dele-
gates in ive I in London to-day
f"r the peai e conference. Friction
between B ilg trie and 1 ireece still
in tuation.
New York, 12.The nati
the world are urge I to joi 1
United Stati Qi it Britain,)
da, New foi 1 'I md and Australia
and the munii i\ ality of 1 n ol in
making the celebration
years of peace among En
speaking pe* pie*.
I he irivit
by the international conferees now
in this country,
Chicago, 12.P t re
organize the 1 n party v
discussed at erconferi to
daj bct.wei n rix rei il lie in Un
Stati Senators and 3a othe
states. #
Meiico, ia -The I \ hai
shown little 1! an) improvement
in ih lion for
ment. 1 >nsci pi itinu-
1 'I lave been mobi-
lii I in I ( noi th. bul tl
not yal ;en ible to 1
1 ul 1 defensive.
The 1 over-run
d so
ition
ult.
F \ i). _') th- Northern
Mud, an Open Sp >i
Boat, ab .ut
mod I, vhite outside, blue
transom, Hie Iwnei will p
tli
nil". C< >MMISSIONKR,
M11 ills r 1 \ii. \ .
The Committee of the Chamber
of Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto. August and Sep-
tember, of this year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombus" on sale at
the exhibito n as named above.
Exhibitors, Business men gene-
rally. Lodging House Keepers.
Boarding House Keepers Owners
of places to rent as w.m<-r re.i-
dences. Owners of Boa.fa.el
would do well to adveru
ExhibiiionNwmbe nd ringtheir
business to the notice of the magy
thou-.arv.ls of Can.-li . II
visit th s exhibition, an.I who "to
a growing factor in out tourllt
business.
Special rates. Space should bo
set tired early.
More than two thousand of .his
issue will be printed whii 1 will
make it the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published in
he Bahamas. N5 nni who hs
anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Ea klb ...11 Num-
ber of "The Strombus."
TELLS
AUOIT
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
I HE ROYAL SHIRK
Ol R "Royal" H< u
nd I lout si
.
.
n Star Flour .
and "Lai I B 11
il I ui p
: ll>.
Brown Sug ir t 2J 1 )ui
n 1 I
selling .1' gd. per quail
All and chi
ica R u
n.
|AMFS L. 5AUNDI
X issau X. P.
11 I
April 15th 191
SBf Cutlery
.1 fine AtW'M Inn -ul ul :
RAZ IRS
I
P Knives
Hutch K
Bread Ku vi
ing Sets in 1 ies.
ami
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E Albury
X O T IC I
Till-, is to inform mj Patrons
an.l the Public in ienera 1
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
itything in the I......ii
General repair or new work Horse
spet ially, All 01 k done
illy.
P. A. Iluyler,
B iv Street. I- isl Wharf; i
THK,
HOME!
CURB
or
MEN'S AILMENTS
50000 BOOKS
Free By Mail
wuerrH sin to any man
;,ny man *f I
Wfi 'at rr> >*. Ii Ul in (la .
m can pit-ti cut* hm*oH .t
hem*, uf K'h fjiimm I
Ii
1
h, Li-r, I J
... 1 ., "'"'I'M* ; ".w
'
. t.ooh kvM * v.Ut.
ft It I
'
U r old-lint*
.oho., 1 I. - r mr-MT *OlV for four
UuLU t : 1 aIImJ FPU.*, i jglj.aid in |ia
haallfi, etrng
11. aral*-!
'Mm UitVMtoni
Bldg.
CKIU|t, lilt.. Uli
onto Exhibition
;
August 23 t '- ber 8
' "* 111. Com miiee v
1 I he t Ii mil n of k
'I. ..1 gtin 17..
would be (jl-ul -
fnmi intendin I ion .
nf he until ed art irl
I le-
ihe 1 hi 1 -
I ii 1,
I ui
M
' I l"s
v .inn' 1 ritw
Presei Woods
' i V : i 1 _' B
i rj us She*I
Ii
i"ii
1 Wi
AI K x I its -i .' 1n
in I line
I
HA.S 1 iLH'JRV,
1 .
1 1
CJI VS. |. Al IV HI'.
Si
Why import Liutter
from New York?
It 'sts more than cts. 111 lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
1 lb. and weight
guaranl
NEW YORK HOUSE
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
I OR SALE BY TENDER.
Ol Hall ol thai
I hi bin. 1 I on tin- Kasl 1
on
I '11 Bndum
:
'1
Tendei swill eivi
I. M KM iWLI .
int'il 1
MliJ :
|'( IR HIRE.
\ SIX R< M IM DW I I I I i
. \ I 1 i| -I nli bath n

i 11 g a I 1
. South, oppo
IOS L.VING
R SAI I. OR REN l\
' 1 "II \ I n '' riling
1 11' 1
- 1 >m-
municate ^ : h
I KU. N. B >V\ I .
I 1," I'. x u 1 na
\ n
\! 1 new Pia
Make
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
rn V01* SOr*CS
Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
Ii i|',i\ Class Goods at very reduced
prices,
llciv vitlfxil Irish Lnces and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite defti|ns
Geisha Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Rubes and Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linens,
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
ff


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