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! i I i r, i i Gbe {tribune Thursday. Mocy 15, 1913. The Health Hill had better be reconsidered in toto. The idea of rring the netftionsagainst it to a Select Committee was verj lever, but lynx-eyed men saw the trap that wa set, and moved it out of the way, We d doubt that the intentions .f the Government as i xpressed in the Bill are of the best, hut we have had i xperii ncv latelj that Rood intentions as expressed in a Rill can go for nothing when officials begin to carry them out. l'he Government had good intentions when they passed a Bill retiring officials at the age of f>o when deemed advisable, but in more cases than one the Act has n used and is being osed in a tanner not contemplated bj the lloi.se of As bl\ whi n they let il ,ugh The con equ2nce is that the ony is being saddled with a number of pensions the holders of whi< ll would rather he still at their posts and who are still able to do their work efficiently. In a |>l .. of (he size of Nassau. where people know one another pn t!\ w. II. it is possible for of ross individuals and tbk< it out of them w lien i law such as is ontemplated in the Health Bill, puts the POD into their hands. \\. not s,u thai an\ present holders OVKKCWOU DING PASSENGER VESSELS. An interesting and important case was tried in the Police Court this morning when R, \l. Thompson, Master of the 3ritish Si hooner "Admiral"was charged. i. With bringing an excess of JI rs 2. M.'.km e report ol .. rs. that there was no appearance of such intention, the man was not in hiding, but openly sitting on the deck, the passenger list was manifestly carelessly made up. This charge was dismissed It is about time 'hat some thing -li' mid be done to st ip the scandalous ovei crowding of and that the Council had flgSI had Bass lidaterant ed the Bill to consolidate* and amend the law relating to Pilots and Pilotage with one amendment in which th< sired the C incum •' I the House : als i that the Council had a'..'ice I to the Votes of ln. iity ac >mp inying the Mi col the I louse ol the s on vessels bel ween M.an and, I.,. jthMayn %  it ito be hoped that this case i "^v. will erv. to make mastersof pn nrotionof M. Sands ReIt appears that the "Admiral ve$se i s ,,„„,. carefu i ,„, lni 'solved that the am. nentproarrived at this port from Miami point, likewise the port author! P s '', '" v ; ourab e %  • Fla. on the 1st Max with a pasLegi latiye I ou.v lo the l.iil ist of 40 persons. i.-i i i 1........ i .1... • %  wd imend ihe ilots and Piiry nies recently lai.l upon the table 1 Foreign Ma ils per Frances I'.." will be losed on Fi id May, at 4 o'clock p.m. of passengers as 3 >,hei list numd )-•, two of thi se being under 2 years ..f age do not count consequently she had 40 legal passengers, one over and above her complement. The M isters defence was that he had b told at the Custom I louse that his complement was yo, that on the previous voyage adjournment ie had brought p, and that he had been in the"l lattie Dai ling" "I office would even think of several years and brought some doing such a thing, but we would prefer ato be made safe from such a possibility. In any case we do not want our life unduly shackled by officialdom and I v an elaboration of rules hich M ould make even a broad minded officer do things fn li his heart and judgment eration the • Inch perwould revolt. |mitted tins excessive carrying I to go on for so long a time and v, , that the poluc were not anxi V\. are glad to see that a reou to do more than make commendation has gone to the [example and warn,.,mil The law allows one passenger .,.,,.,,,', hling to Pi to everv two tons, measurement as much as the other voluntary '' ,?! "" of a sailing vessel after deductpassengers Mr. We ented a petting 5 torn as crew space and No doubt this case is the out rti of St. Mary's Church praying for the Refund of Duty j | i o) p lid on certain pictun s impoi ted for the use of the Church handed in a report recommending the refund of the Duty, whi read and ordered to be prinl d. It was moved by I >r Calmer that the petitio ol 1 inhabitants of the City of Na au wil ferenc< 1 the I lealth Bill be refen to a Select 1 i ''. to n port there* n by Bill or otherwise. It v amove I in ami ndment by Mr. Johnson that the said p.*t 1 tion be ni i1 ferred. \nd the qui sti put thereon the I louse di' I Veas. M'-ssis Bi n r, T. Culmer, W. C. B Jo' nn, \ 111111 \. I \\. Young, I ' Sweeting, Adderley. Willii 1 -. Cole, Bi tiM-ll, and \\ en h 11) Nays Vies \ K Soloyears of 8ge do not count, and !g ec children under twelve years of count two j one ger. In this 1 a \dmiral is of 8j Tons measurement, deduct 5 tons for crew s| u ce and 7Tons are left forpawngers. Allowing one: ei t6 every I Material for 1 %  ofthe two tons gives her complement ( W ireless relegraph Station which arrived per last mail steamer is nowbeing 1 om e ed to the site on the grouu I. of Fort Char lot tee. J* HOUSE 1 'lASSEMBLY. Tuesday evening, Ma). 1 1 I loll : ding to Th. Present : The I lonble. Spea ei \\ The Chid Clerk reported times more than }> lilld that having on the ij'hinst delivei she was but X\ tons, and that one ofthe 40 on this voyage was repatriated. The penalty in tins case is )j 10 for every passenger 111 ex< ess ofthe number by Tonnage. The Magistrate, tal n into 1 onsi ed to the Legislative Council the following Hills passed by the I louse on the is: and 5tli Mat 1 cspectively : A Bill to consolidate and end the law 1 -I itinu to Ihe if Poisoilii >l\'\ Di ugs \ Bill to amend the Motor I'" 11 "' li Committee in fa*. 1 r • 1 lai ins ol '•"'•' •" Hawk'* NcattCat Island. 11" • % % %  of 11' : travel to Windward \. 11! 1 I glad to that sui h a light was tl J* VV find that Mi. \\. cj. B. Johnson divided the House 011 the question of the petition on 1 the Health Bill being referred h to a select committee, ; ,nd not I Mr Brice, as reported fc last. an %  warning 1 a fine of 10s ..1 t< da II. Making a false rep it of passengers It appears thai while the pasknow I senger fi st showed 42 persons, the I lealth < Ifjficei found | 1, one man more whom the M ither forgot or neglected to enter upon the list. The law provides thai to constitute a report false there must he a deliberate intention to deceive and fahsify. 1 two votes mon. Moseley, IV Solomon^ of Indemnity rrei I to by the Boweu, Andei 1. Dr. t ulmer, House on the 30th ult. and the Malcolm, I>i Johnson Gam 5th inst. livelj blin and Sand (1) Commissioners Biham Mr Johnson from the ral Hospital, to adjust ac mittee appointed to consider the counts for yea 1 ended ^ 1 st Tarifi Bill reported a Bill rein our March, 1913, £"11 • ', os id. (2) Wireless Telegraph Station in New Providence £y The Legislative Council bj Message presented by the Clerk informed 'he House that thev di J, the .1 1 . cm duty to jo per cent, and making several other changes in the Ai I w hii h wasread a lust tune. Mr. I. Culmei from the Committee to whom was referred bad passed the following BillIthe petition <>f certain inhabiwithout making any amendtants of San Salvador prayiQg ments therein, .for a grant of monej for the A Bill to consolidate and amend the law relating to the The Health Officer testified I Sale of Intoxicating Liquors, handed in a report,recommendpur pose of erecting a light at Hawks Nest, San Salvador,



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T T HITR IBU \ T K >ng ^50^1*0 pun-hassite and erect a lighthouse and Keepers dwelling £(y < salaries of K< ep ers and ^ 1S fi it inaii '* %  lai %  1 I light, win1 was rea I and OJ i to Inpi: ited. Ither rep 111> li select committees \vt;re handed in as fol lows : By Mr. I 1 talnx 1 Reconui I the sum • if £$0 be itants of Dumfries and WiU m Bay, Cat Island, to in 1 \ %  their principal road. • %  %  >i . maintt in ice I a lip the North end of L 11 .: 1*1 foi one j 1 1 Bj M Mosele> R ing that no 1 liange I e mai li the Inagua Estim B '\ G unblin : O RISE I' l \ p >sn 11 >N. Several years ago I happened to lie in the sement of .1 fa tot; of the shipping clerks .'.a. busy nailing up boxes and of < "ii ii ia 1 upon tin He I ierj nn M irth.. slipshod manner, %  i orlv than his best 11 ould see ; 1 linly. I it I" ntu red to ask him why it was that he was doiusi ran lessly. lied, "I'm dead tired of doing this stunt. There's another fellow in here who wants to do it, so I'm doing a bum to get the b 11 1 put me on something else. That's the way Recommend have here. So long as a fellow is good at a little thing like Well i al Farmei • Cay. Exumn this they'll kee| him at it forever. If I get < f this job I'll gel Re iminending I nil 1 e a1 I 'urn that |'v< beei looking for evi ern portion of < iovernn came I House grounds be converted in| Now, I'd like to t >rd ii he gol "t ik tn olT of his job" to a publ tami ground all er, bu< i in th'S pnrtirulai He was put and that £100 be' rin n the books upslaiis and when he got tired of that and b< • -11 \ improvements, to d pooi wi irk i is sent mt t" d 1 the collecting Hie same By Dr. Johnson : tuck. He worked it thn riiei lei out for good Recommending that /"107 be %  v the manager who, as a b y, had done the job of lettering thi Board of Public better than he di I V\ 01 ks for the purpose of extend i be best way for man in gel out ol H lowly position," said ing tne Cattle shed on the Mai Rev. John Hall, "is to beennspicuousl' efl :tive in it." Surelj kel wharf, all 1 for concrete pav he was right. I'he other scheme works some! but not often, ing under the shed an foi altei ing 1 ei tain posts tttlc rails —~—— ——_^__ Bv Mr. Malcolm : I of sentin.ent expressed at the close today uf a two davs confereace at whii li republican leaders outlined plans for 1 -organizing the party. London, 13. -A homh ope rated by i ck %  %  ;> w is tn I 1. disc ocred undi 111*! 1I1 1.. dion of the Limpsfield tennis club in 1 Surrey. 11 ibl n, 1 |. I he recent out j hrnk of milil 1 %  '> foretaste nl n compaign hi :h according tn information received I hy the i"ilice, thei 1 have planned lo %  • .ny cut in Dublin to si iw their reen'ment of the action I' f the Nation list metnl ers of 'parliament, whom they hold re[ sponstble foi the defeat of the suffrage bill. Several expert milil firebugs are here from England for ttie fix" I purpose of or. Jganrzing the incendiary fsaturesof the camp 1 ign C \R1.EGR.\MS 9500,0 ynd Recommending that the peti this object imztion of Wm Hanna praying foi ed • rei I mom \p iv ,,i, ,,,, ton. and ,;' OUl I I compensation for a piece of land he repoited on I Commissioner of that I IStril I I) : the I louse is asked lo ta • any action. Re ummending thai the sura 1 • %  b granted to the inn itani : Hatchel Baj Janus' Cistern to complete a foad I I hstricts. Recommending the insei lion in the Appropriati in Bill oi %  re the road between I mately, 5,000 rubber vine's will nnah Sound and Tarpum be planted to the acre. Aflersix Bay £100 to improve the road 1 mo-th'growth the vina is said f; m tin landing place lo the] to attai-i a length of twelve to oul 1,1 res of j Washington, 1 >. 1 he inti 1 atland have been 1 1 d near 11•• |ie.ice delegates came to ij uf Nassa 1 in the island j Wnslimg mi today and called up,, \-.,. |', iv id 1 A largep 1 '' '"dent Wilson, Secretary mimbci of shoots to be plan! \ "d other government offiovei this land \ ill sh< ills ar "!.. , , , • I omglit the delegate* attended 1 1 banqiifl at which speeches were le hj leaders in the | ; nn ivcmeot. bj a e re( pro< ess has b< en den d from the United States. t is understood that approx 1 1 ', II Ml \ and sp machinery for extracting Xn'.'.iles, Arizona, 13. —More j than live hundred dead aie lying on the battleneldfabovc Guayraas. I lie MI|. hers (til during the days nf desperate fighting last week. settlement of Palmetto Point £ioo to fell and clean a road from Savannah Sound to Kemp Pav. The House adjourned until Monday evening next. RUBBER IN THE BAHAMAS Plans are pending for an extensive cultivation in the Bahama Islands of the rubber vine kno wnas crvptostegia gvvnditfara thirty feet. The vines will be cut in about twelve months, when there will be presumably two pounds of shrub to the plant as a minimum,|yielding about two per cent, of rubber, or two hundred pounds of rubber to an acre.—"Agwi" Ma\ 1Q13. The Motor "Frances E." ar rived this afternoon from Miami Key West, 13—Announcement was made to niRht that the avia lion lace fromKcyWest to Havana between Augustine Par la and I oraingo Rosselo, Cuban airmen, would take place Wednesday, ptizes of $ 10,000 and $ 5,000 are of died by the < ity of Havana I r the first and second successful Bights, Chicago, 13. —That a Union of the progressive party with tlie republican party is not only desired but actually is sought was the gist I M idri I, 1 i —King Alf< nso and 1 he 1 iEmperor wil I meet in 'I" land on iheoccasion of the intern itional regatta in the —1111 ling to the I'ribuna, Copenhagen, 13,— Knud Rnsmussen and Peter I reuchen, the Danish explorers, returned to Cop-nliagen yesterday alter /in expedition across Greenland. They found dm utnentl deposited twenty 'me \ e 11 s ag< • hy Peary. FOR SALE. A FISHING SM4CK, in good c II dition, (mod -.ids. 14 feet keel 19 feet overall—I | feel ile Apply Tribune." REPUDIVI ION. LAING. —My wife Christina I.a ing having left 111 v home without mutual convent, I therefore will not hold myself responsible for any debts transacted in my name by her. M\ I.AC III I.AING. TUSSEtL s B C O IN li t N S tO M I LK EL BJ.r> %4j }.* GL'.U ...iv {/ WILLIAMS SHOES ARE BETTER. /u



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! 111 TR 1 B l N !• "I'lease, miss, 'no's a young man I Th ez lias brought yen a pair of legof C gins. Hewitt : "Gruel has losl all Iiis tnoney Jenett : "I5m I I hough I be was a Napoleon of finam e," Hewitt : "He was, but he mi Wellington," w 7ANTED.—House Servant. i %  Applj I ribune < Iffice 1 -7 '' x D.—On H them Mud, ;i!i Open fc) '. about 15 feel keel,, \h ic modi 1, p tinted white out l>iu 11 Hi-cm. 1 i,e Ownei A communicate w itli IHF. COMMISSIONER, Nicolls fow n, Anilros. THE SPECIAL CALL AT I HE ROYAL STORE O 1 R "Royal" Household Brand Plour Bell in 1 II). and 30s. pet bag ••! 196 lbs, "(Soiden Star Flour.' lbs I and "Laurel Brand" I lour" I. 1 ntennial Flour per bag Pi<,-s Feet in Vinegar at 7! Brown Sugar at lb. Out ncc white and clean, best in town telling at pi. pei quart. All our Urocei i< are fresh good quality and nh<. Pure Jamaica Hum HI tos, pei lallon, I \U1SI.. SAUNDERS & Co Nassau N. P. Bahamas, A pi il 15th 1 e Committee of the Chamber ommerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibition, at Toronto. August ahd Sep. tember. of this year, have decide! to place a Special Exhibition Num. ber of "1 he Strombvis" on sale at the exhibition as named above. Exhibitors, Business men generally. Lodging House Keepers. Boarding;House Ke-pers.Owncrsof places to rent as winiir re idences. Owners of Boats,etc.,sic, would do well to advertise in the ExhibitionNnmbei and bring their business to the notice of the many thousands of Canadians who ill visit this exhibition, and who .re A growing factor in our it i business. Special ra.es. Space should be secured early. More than two thousand of iliis Issue will be printed which will make it the most valuable advertising medium ever published in he Bahamas. No one who has anything to sell or to hire ,h( uld be left out of the Exhibition Num. ber of •• 1 lie Strom bus." NO I ICE. r illis to inform mj I' and the Public in I ,. Ili.it op ll'il Ml) §?, e „ f -. Cutlery a fine .iss.>rt men I of: RAZORS Table Knives s Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives. Carving Setstin Ca and S.CISSI >RS. for v;i Ie l>v Chas. E. Albury. ly to do anything m tl ieneial repair 01 new woi Shoeing -1 ..Lilly. All work illv. P. A. Iluvh r, &f 53 Bay Street Easi \\ *V A. M \ I ||: 1 Id IV I \KtR. D ESIRES 1 inn • f III ,| |H 1 :' rl I Maker, which. | M in .. position to rain nul 1 ;|,.,, may I rusted 1 his 1 are M itli '' despntt h ; nnd 1 1 (Jet lllN| pi I my are I hi v ork. VI rj low -st I.. In, 1 A race i: worn: n no better than is) DO YOU RFALISE the importance ol pure Soap ? Do you know that Sunlight Soap/[ make clothes whiter, and work lighter ? True economy use a pint' Soap. Sunlig Soap is guaranteed pure, therefore cannot destroy your clothes; Preserve your clothes by using Sunlight Soap. n* .EVER BROTHERS I'ort Sunlight, England at W i; would iforrn all who appreci He a G01 .1 Smoke have on hand an extensive Stock ol HAVANA< IGARS We guarantee our brand to be made ol the finest Havana and Sumatri Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. ; These Cigars are manufactured 00 nui premises by skilled workmen land greai pains are tak< n to produce an article of supi rioi quality The success we have met with in the past leads usconfidentlj toexpjcl [the patronage ol connoist urs. |. ISAUNDERS X Co. Bay Sreet ONTO Exhibition 1 August '23 i pt r.-.ber £ r l II. I I lie I 11|IIIS I' v I 1.1 1.. • ndin lixl 1 fntlotied art I !< %  I -Is ,1 I --p< %  1 Is in... 1 mils Woods I MIS Tori 1 si -si %  I ilwi co I'orli i-e Shell W [lark 1 ..: %  11 %  II IV.sl.-d Woik. All I %  ill its M iis| !„• in I Re Ire in linn I" 1 %  %  %  1 I, 1 ,. • \llJII-l 1st, I %  CHAS. I U.IPJRY, ( !haii 1 1 1 I %  I \S. I. ABBOTT, iv. Why import Butter from Kew York? Il more t!i per II). We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter I p'K |".r lb. and weight guarantei d. NEW YORK IIOl'SK I FOR SA1 R BY TENDER. O %  IH ill ..1 thai desirable Building l.c.t mi i| e K istein • I he riuhl 15 • jeel •pi ; n\ ..I the ',' I ....... I. M KM >\V| i %  %  H • .;. • ^1 U3. FOR HIRE, \ SIN Ri 1 m DWELI ING \ %  %  : %  1 I out doot com enI' 11 I:. I.' 1 te 11 Prii Applj lo IOS I MNG %  Hill St. Snulh wiiiiams Shoes Are BETTER FOR SAI I OR Rl \ |". I "*IIA1 1 ..ml. .1 t.ihi.|).vi lljng fl< Deveaux Street, neai I For put t t cam. V 1 III FRI I) N. Ri A\ F, 11 VI a \n aim 1st new Pi ino I; Make. Appl) as abo^ e, The Vogue andAu Bin Marche Th L """ v Sror Closin Sale of Seasons Good*. High Class Goods al very reduced prices. Beautiful Irish Luces and Insertions. A few vory select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite dogttfns Geishtt Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes .MI I Walhts 25 per cent off. Irish Linens, While ivrvd Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. A JL



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I! > 3 cr CD CD 0)* Nvillius ndUitliis |\irre in verbs mfeglstrt. BeiniJ bound to sweivr lo the Dogmas of no Mauler. VOI. V Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. MAV 13, 191V No. 147 1 HI CM, OKI" I ; i \| UIKET 5TBI i ,\ P., PUBLISHED DAll i % % %  %  s '-' -' %  i op) I •in Weekly thly i In: 1 s %  arh Vearly PAYARIJ IN ADVA' • ei line r 1 i '•ic -.I-I-I.II %  HI-\ %  '• i %  Dtl llll Iri i RNMENT Mr11 |, [? Saturday Man Ii isi. The 1 Samai itani look < I the bi "1 v, 1 sei vice being h Id al his house) which was baried in the public grave j ird, aci irdiog bis request ; the Rev. R. II. Ro. Inns, Baptist Minister, i onducted the lervi R. 11. k. 18 MON rHS I'l.WM iBBERY. 11 iiinBullion Th II ol robl gold in transil on railways and steal %  %  I .1 siniil 11 1 %  to the one whit h was 1 led the 0 day, when. 11 will be remi ii ol sovereigns di il mysteriously from a signment n hit Ii was l 1 from Lo \ I 1 1 tinimes (if the I wo I K ithai ine's I L<>n d there I ir 1 uri I 1 ol I in I I 1 1 -> 1 < 1 ' I j 1 1 I n iicil. but the mi'i : id ol curving il %  ir was of 1 Ii" \ in,in drove up in the w liai I and claime I the boxi s, il ihe. n up m them, and giviu : 1 il lier I I %  11 WHERE I ii!-. t',( ILD DUS'I I NT. Ithe 1 111 ivpd ; an'] then, of ii %  < levi i| in run1 IO 1 nil ;IIM| most I t he who was ili" plot, j Hi lio ited the marks on th i .", -I thin. for'iiaiiuii to a notoi 1 .1 Moses, who di iive up : il"wharf and claimed the R „ld. There were several others in the 1 %  '• • t. and a remark ible Feature of the < %  IM' a* ihe manner in which 1 lir conspirators tiied ii > "'do" 1 ne a 1 mi her out of ilic proceeds of tl it j lint villainy. fhus, Moses was i d to have paid Ins ci mfi derate! a much lower price fot Ihe gold than he aria illy 1 besides w iin Ii li' secretly abstrai uin th nl 'liisi an I buried it in liis beei cellar. A daughter oi .1 A iilnw named Alice Abr tlianis, also had a linger in the pie, and filled the p H kets of her ja hei di • with lo >se dust, all 1111 • II v father, ( r 1.. the othei il ieves! Rl PLA( ED GOLD \V! I II Bl CKSHOT. The next great gold robbery oc< %  %  11 %  • 1 in ia far more -1 1 1 : iir. I he thievt s, in 1 preparing for their months previous to brii ring it off. I 1 %  in the plot. gu ird on the Smi n K'.i Iv. i\ ; Tester, a irtment at London Bridge ml Pierce i l I tWO I il lill• I %  % %  as to llie dai tl I was to he consi to 1 he 1 j impant for c >n • v 1 j 1 nee tu the ('ontinent. Bin .11 ltd of tlie* in ul iia I it on t 1 Pierce and A gar, I he n st was r-.i iy The 1 ' I with fah id rifled I 1 London ind I < Ikestone', Ihe s'i %  ( repl M e I by buckshot. When the boxes n e I hey were I i" I"' too light, and, being npei lisc>1 Bui bj tin n ih • iin.-vere far enough away. I hej kepi 1 it own counsel, disposed cautiously of the I ulk f t'i 11 stolen cold about 11 -.\ DI II, — md the ci iihe might have rein lined fot ever unsolved, had not Vgai. after iti 1 "ii an ther cha 111 riir-t ir.forn JOKES. \\ if %  "'Mow does ins' now Spring hit lot k, 'I 'iin ?" I lnl> : "I'm I It looks to me like t wo weeks' salary." Family Physician : "I am afraid you have been eating too much cake and sweetstuff, Le 1 me see yum tongue." I ittle Girl "Oh, you can look at i:, but ii won't tell". 1 le pun h 1 1 his sweetheart %  I Icn-liu' iin \ "-. and handed them in at the door Inmsi II I hi -;II I took them, and, going to the foot of the stairs bawle I "tit '• — (Continued from first page) C


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1 111 ivpd ; an'] then, of
ii
< levi i| in run-
1 IO 1 nil ;iim|
most I t he
who was ili" '
plot, j
Hi lio ited the marks
on th i .", -I th- in.
for'iiaiiuii to a notoi.....-
1 .1 Moses, who diiive
up : il"- wharf and claimed the
Rld.
There were several others in the
1 ' t. and a remark ible Feature of
the < im' a* ihe manner in which
1 lir conspirators tiied ii> "'do" 1 ne
a 1 mi her out of ilic proceeds of tl it
j lint villainy. fhus, Moses was
i d to have paid Ins ci mfi der-
ate! a much lower price fot Ihe
gold than he aria illy 1 be-
sides w iin Ii li' secretly abstrai
' uin th nl 'liisi an I buried it
in liis beei cellar. A daughter oi
.1 a iilnw named Alice Abr t-
lianis, also had a linger in the pie,
and filled the p H kets of her ja
hei di with lo >se dust,
all 1111 II v father,
( r 1.. the othei il ieves!
Rl PLA( ED GOLD \V! I II
Bl CKSHOT.
The next great gold robbery oc-
< 11 1 in ia far more
-1 11 : iir. I he thievt s, in
1 preparing for their
months previous
to brii ring it off.
I 1 ' in the plot.
gu ird on the
Smi n K'.i Iv. i\ ; Tester, a
irtment at
London Bridge ml Pierce i l
I tWO I il lill-
I ' as to llie
dai tl I was to he consi
to 1 he 1 j impant for c >n
v 1 j 1 nee tu the ('ontinent. Bin
.11 ltd of tlie*
in ul iia I it on t 1 Pierce
and A gar, I he n st was r-.i iy
The 1 ' I
with fah id rifled I 1
London ind I < Ikestone', Ihe
s'i ( repl m e I by
buckshot. When the boxes n e
I hey were
I i" I"' too light, and, being
npei lisc>1
Bui bj tin n ih iin.-- vere far
enough away. I hej kepi 1 it
own counsel, disposed cautiously
of the I ulk f t'i 11 stolen cold -
about 11 -.\ di ii, md the
ci iihe might have rein lined fot
ever unsolved, had not Vgai. after
iti 1 "ii an ther cha
111 riir-t ir.forn
JOKES.
\\ if "'Mow does ins' now
Spring hit lot k, 'I 'iin ?"
I lnl> : "I'm I It looks to me
like t wo weeks' salary."
Family Physician : "I am afraid
you have been eating too much
cake and sweetstuff, Le1 me see
yum tongue."
I ittle Girl "Oh, you can look
at i:, but ii won't tell".
1 le pun h 1 1 his sweetheart
I Icn-liu' iin \ "-. and
handed them in at the door Inm-
si II I hi -;ii I took them,
and, going to the foot of the stairs
bawle I "tit '
(Continued from first page)
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! i I i
r, i
i
Gbe {tribune
Thursday. Mocy 15, 1913.
The Health Hill had better be
reconsidered in toto. The idea of
rring the netftionsagainst it
to a Select Committee was verj
lever, but lynx-eyed men saw
the trap that wa set, and mov-
ed it out of the way, We d
doubt that the intentions .f the
Government as i xpressed in the
Bill are of the best, hut we have
had i xperii ncv latelj that Rood
intentions as expressed in a Rill
can go for nothing when offi-
cials begin to carry them out.
l'he Government had good in-
tentions when they passed a
Bill retiring officials at the age
of f>o when deemed advisable,
but in more cases than one the
Act has n used and is being
osed in a tanner not contem-
plated bj the lloi.se of As
bl\ whi n they let il ,ugh
The con equ2nce is that the
ony is being saddled with a
number of pensions the holders
of whi< ll would rather he still
at their posts and who are still
able to do their work efficiently.
In a |>l .. of (he size of Nassau.
where people know one another
pn t!\ w. II. it is possible for of
ross individuals
and tbk< it out of them w lien i
law such as is ontemplated in
the Health Bill, puts the .
POD into their hands. \\.
not s,u thai an\ present holders
OVKKCWOU DING
PASSENGER VESSELS.
An interesting and important
case was tried in the Police
Court this morning when R,
\l. Thompson, Master of the
3ritish Si hooner "Admiral"was
charged.
i. With bringing an excess of
ji rs
2. M.'.km e report ol
.. rs.
that there was no appearance of
such intention, the man was not
in hiding, but openly sitting on
the deck, the passenger list was
manifestly carelessly made up.
This charge was dismissed
It is about time 'hat some
thing -li' mid be done to st ip the
scandalous ovei crowding of
and that the Council had flgSI
had Bass
lidaterant
ed the Bill to consolidate* and
amend the law relating to Pi-
lots and Pilotage with one
amendment in which th<
sired the C incum ' I the
House : als i that the Council
had a'..'ice I to the Votes of ln-
. iity ac >mp inying the
Mi col the I louse ol the
s on vessels bel ween
M.an and,I.,- jthMayn
it i- to be hoped that this case i "^v-
. will erv. to make mastersof pn nrotionof M. Sands Re-
It appears that the "Admiral ve$seis ,,,. carefui ,, lni 'solved that the am. nentpro-
arrived at this port from Miami point, likewise the port author! Ps '', '" 'v. ;ourabe
Fla. on the 1st Max with a pas- Legi latiye I ou.v lo the l.iil
ist of 40 persons. i.-i.....i i 1.- ....... i .1.......... ' wd imend ihe

ilots and Pi-
iry
nies recently lai.l upon the table
1
Foreign Ma ils per Frances
I'.." will be losed on Fi id
May, at 4 o'clock p.m.
of passengers as 3 >,hei list num-
d )-, two of thi se being
under 2 years ..f age do not
count consequently she had 40
legal passengers, one over and
above her complement.
The M isters defence was that
he had b told at the Custom
I louse that his complement was
yo, that on the previous voyage adjournment
ie had brought p, and that he
had been in the"l lattie Dai ling"
"I office would even think of several years and brought some
doing such a thing, but we
would prefer ato be made safe
from such a possibility. In any
case we do not want our life
unduly shackled by officialdom
and I v an elaboration of rules
hich m ould make even a broad
minded officer do things fn
li his heart and judgment eration the Inch per-
would revolt. |mitted tins excessive carrying
I to go on for so long a time and
v, that the poluc were not anxi
V\. are glad to see that a re- ou to do more than make
commendation has gone to the [example and warn,.,- mil
The law allows one passenger .,.,,.,,,', hling to Pi
to everv two tons, measurement as much as the other voluntary '' ,?! ""
of a sailing vessel after deduct- passengers Mr. We ented a pett-
ing 5 torn as crew space and No doubt this case is the out rt provides that children under two conie (1[ ,ne Despatch of the *ne, Port fficer Prav,"g tnat
Secretary of State for the Colo |hs personal allowance he in-
cluded 111 the calculation tor
his p. nsi in, was read and older-
ed to he ; i
Mr. \: on from the Coin -
mittee on the p< tition of Revd.
William Lowndes, Recti >i of St.
Mary's Church praying for the
Refund of Duty j | i o) p lid
on certain pictun s impoi ted for
the use of the Church handed
in a report recommending the
refund of the Duty, whi
read and ordered to be prinl d.
It was moved by I >r Calmer
that the petitio ol 1 in-
habitants of the City of Na au
wil ferenc< 1 the I lealth
Bill be refen to a Select
1 i ''. to n port there* n by
Bill or otherwise.
It v a- move I in ami ndment
by Mr. Johnson that the said
p.*t 1 tion be ni i1 ferred.
\nd the qui sti put
thereon the I louse di' I
Veas. M'-ssis Bi n r, T. Cul-
mer, W. C. B Jo' n- n, \ 111111 \.
I. \\. Young, I'' Sweeting,
Adderley. Willii 1 -. Cole, Bi -
tiM-ll, and \\ en h 11)
Nays Vies \ K Solo-
years of 8ge do not count, and !gec
children under twelve years of
count two j one
ger.
In this 1 a \dmiral is of
8j Tons measurement, deduct
5 tons for crew s| u ce and 7-
Tons are left forpawngers. Al-
lowing one: ei t6 every I Material for 1 ofthe
two tons gives her complement (Wireless relegraph Station
which arrived per last mail
steamer is now- being 1 om e ed
to the site on the grouu I. of
Fort Char lot tee.
J*
HOUSE 1 'l- ASSEMBLY.
Tuesday evening,
Ma). 1 1
I loll : ding to
Th.
Present : The I lonble.
Spea ei \\
The Chid Clerk reported
times more than }> lilld that having on the ij'hinst delivei
she was but X\ tons, and that
one ofthe 40 on this voyage
was repatriated.
The penalty in tins case is
)j 10 for every passenger 111 ex< ess
ofthe number by Tonnage. The
Magistrate, tal n into 1 onsi '
ed to the Legislative Council
the following Hills passed by
the I louse on the is: and 5tli
Mat 1 cspectively :
A Bill to consolidate and
end the law 1 -I itinu to Ihe
. if Poisoilii >l\'\ Di ugs
\ Bill to amend the Motor
I'"11"' li Committee
in fa*. 1 r 1 lai ins ol
'"'' " Hawk'*NcattCat Island.
11" of 11- : travel to Wind-
ward \. 11! 1 I glad to
that sui h a light was tl
j*
VV find that Mi. \\. cj. B.
Johnson divided the House 011
the question of the petition on
1 the Health Bill being referred
h to a select committee, ;,nd not
I Mr Brice, as reported
fc last.
an
'
warning 1
a fine of 10s ..1 t< da
II. Making a false rep it of
passengers
It appears thai while the pas-
know I senger fi st showed 42 persons,
the I lealth < Ifjficei found | 1, one
man more whom the M
. ither forgot or neglected to en-
ter upon the list.
The law provides thai to con-
stitute a report false there must
he a deliberate intention to de-
ceive and fahsify.
1 two votes mon. Moseley, I- V Solomon^
of Indemnity rrei I to by the Boweu, Andei 1. Dr. t ulmer,
House on the 30th ult. and the Malcolm, I>i Johnson Gam
5th inst. livelj blin and Sand
(1) Commissioners Biham Mr Johnson from the
ral Hospital, to adjust ac mittee appointed to consider the
counts for yea 1 ended ^ 1 st Tarifi Bill reported a Bill re-
in our
March, 1913, "11 ', os id.
(2) Wireless Telegraph Sta-
tion in New Providence y ,
The Legislative Council bj
Message presented by the Clerk
informed 'he House that thev
di.....j, the .1 1 .' cm duty to
jo per cent, and making several
other changes in the Ai I w hii h
wasread a lust tune.
Mr. I. Culmei from the Com-
mittee to whom was referred
bad passed the following BillIthe petition <>f certain inhabi-
without making any amend- tants of San Salvador prayiQg
ments therein, .for a grant of monej for the
A Bill to consolidate and
amend the law relating to the
The Health Officer testified I Sale of Intoxicating Liquors, handed in a report,recommend-
pur pose of erecting a light at
Hawks Nest, San Salvador,


T
T HI- TR IBU \T K
>ng ^50^1*0 pun-has- site and
erect a lighthouse and Keepers
dwelling (y < salaries of K< ep
ers and ^ 1S fi it inaii '* lai 1 I
light, win- 1 was rea I and oj
i to In- pi: ited.
' Ither rep 111> li select com-
mittees \vt;re handed in as fol
lows :
By Mr. I 1 talnx 1
Reconui I the sum
if $0 be
itants of Dumfries and WiU m
Bay, Cat Island, to in 1 \
their principal road.
.
>i .
maintt in ice I a lip
the North end of L 11.: 1*1
foi one j 1 1
Bj M Mosele> R
ing that no 1 liange I e mai li
the Inagua Estim
B '\ G unblin :
O RISE I' l \
p >sn 11 >n.
Several years ago I happened to lie in the
sement of .1 fa tot; of the ship-
ping clerks .'.a. busy nailing up boxes and
of < "ii ii ia 1 upon tin
He I ierj nn m irth.. slipshod manner,
i orlv than his best 11 ould see ; 1 linly.
I it I" ntured to ask him why it was that he was do-
iusi ran lessly.
lied, "I'm dead tired of doing this stunt. There's
another fellow in here who wants to do it, so I'm doing a bum
to get the b 11 1 put me on something else. That's the way
Recommend have here. So long as a fellow is good at a little thing like
Well i al Farmei Cay. Exumn this they'll kee| him at it forever. If I get < f this job I'll gel
Re iminending I nil 1 e a1 I 'urn that |'v< beei looking for evi
ern portion of < iovernn came I
House grounds be converted in- | Now, I'd like to t >rd ii he gol "t ik tn olT of his job"
to a publ tami ground all er, bu< i in th'S pnrtirulai He was put
and that 100 be' rin n the books upslaiis and when he got tired of that and b<
-11 \ improvements, to d pooi wi irk i..... is sent mt t" d 1 the collecting Hie same
By Dr. Johnson : tuck. He worked it thn riiei lei out for good
Recommending that /"107 be ' v the manager who, as a b y, had done the job of lettering
. thi Board of Public better than he di I
V\ 01 ks for the purpose of extend i be best way for man in gel out ol h lowly position," said
ing tne Cattle shed on the Mai Rev. John Hall, "is to beennspicuousl' efl :tive in it." Surelj
kel wharf, all 1 for concrete pav he was right. I'he other scheme works some! but not often,
ing under the shed an foi al-
tei ing 1 ei tain posts tttlc
rails ~------------_^__
Bv Mr. Malcolm :
I of sentin.ent expressed at the close
today uf a two davs confereace at
whii li republican leaders outlined
plans for 1 -organizing the party.
London, 13. -A homh operated
by i ck " ;> w is tn I 1. disc ocred
undi 111*! 1I1 1.. dion
of the Limpsfield tennis club in
1 Surrey.
11 ibl n, 1 |. I he recent out
j hr- nk of milil 1 '> *
foretaste nl n compaign hi :h
according tn information received
I hy the i"ilice, thei 1 have
, planned lo .ny cut in Dublin to
si iw their reen'ment of the action
I' f the Nation list metnl ers of
'parliament, whom they hold re-
[ sponstble foi the defeat of the
! suffrage bill. Several expert mil-
il firebugs are here from Eng-
land for ttie fix" I purpose of or.
Jganrzing the incendiary fsaturesof
the camp 1 ign
C \R1.EGR.\MS
9500,0 ynd
Recommending that the peti this object imz-
tion of Wm Hanna praying foi ed rei I mom \piv ,,i, ,,,,
ton. and ,;' OUl I I
compensation for a piece of land
he repoited on I Commis-
sioner of that I IStril I I) :
the I louse is asked lo ta any
action.
Re ummending thai the sura
1' b granted to the inn
itani : Hatchel Baj
Janus' Cistern to complete a
foad I I hstricts.
Recommending the insei lion
in the Appropriati in Bill oi
re the road between I mately, 5,000 rubber vine's will
nnah Sound and Tarpum be planted to the acre. Aflersix
Bay 100 to improve the road 1 mo-th'- growth the vina is said
f; m tin landing place lo the] to attai-i a length of twelve to
oul 1,1 res of j Washington, 1 >. 1 he inti 1 at-
land have been 1 1 d near 11..... |ie.ice delegates came to
ij uf Nassa 1 in the island j Wnslimg mi today and called up-
,, \-.,. |', ivid 1 A largep1 '' '"dent Wilson, Secretary
mimbci of shoots to be plan! \ "d other government offi-
ovei this land \ ill sh< ills ar "!.. , ,
I omglit the delegate* attended
1 1 banqiifl at which speeches were
le hj leaders in the |
; nn ivcmeot.
bj a e re( pro< ess has b< en
den d from the United States.
t is understood that approx 1
1 ', II Ml \ and sp
machinery for extracting
' Xn'.'.iles, Arizona, 13. More
j than live hundred dead aie lying
on the battleneldfabovc Guayraas.
I lie mi|.hers (til during the days
nf desperate fighting last week.
settlement of Palmetto Point
ioo to fell and clean a road
from Savannah Sound to Kemp
Pav.
The House adjourned until
Monday evening next.
RUBBER IN THE BAHAMAS
Plans are pending for an ex-
tensive cultivation in the Baha-
ma Islands of the rubber vine
kno wnas crvptostegia gvvnditfara
thirty feet. The vines will be cut
in about twelve months, when
there will be presumably two
pounds of shrub to the plant as
a minimum,|yielding about two
per cent, of rubber, or two hun-
dred pounds of rubber to an
acre."Agwi" Ma\ 1Q13.
The Motor "Frances E." ar
rived this afternoon from Miami
Key West, 13Announcement
was made to niRht that the avia
lion lace fromKcyWest to Havana
between Augustine Par la and I o-
raingo Rosselo, Cuban airmen,
would take place Wednesday, pti-
zes of $ 10,000 and $ 5,000 are of
died by the < ity of Havana I r the
first and second successful Bights,
Chicago, 13. That a Union of
the progressive party with tlie re-
publican party is not only desired
but actually is sought was the gist
I
M idri I, 1 i King Alf< nso and
1 he 1 i- Emperor wil I meet
in 'I" land on iheoccasion of the
intern itional regatta in the
1111 ling to the I'ribuna,
Copenhagen, 13, Knud Rns-
mussen and Peter I reuchen, the
Danish explorers, returned to
Cop-nliagen yesterday alter /in
expedition across Greenland. They
found dm utnentl deposited twenty
'me \e 11 s ag< hy Peary.
FOR SALE.
A FISHING SM4CK, in good
c ii dition, (mod -.ids.
14 feet keel 19 feet overallI |
feel ile Apply Tribune."
REPUDIVI ION.
LAING. My wife Christina I.a ing
having left 111 v home without mu-
tual convent, I therefore will not
hold myself responsible for any
debts transacted in my name by
her.
M\ I.AC III I.AING.
TUSSEtLs
B C O IN li t N S tO
M I LK
EL BJ.r> %4j
}.* GL'.U ...iv {/


WILLIAMS
SHOES
ARE BETTER.
/u


! 111 TR 1 B l N !
"I'lease, miss, 'no's a young man I Th
ez lias brought yen a pair of leg- of C
gins. '
Hewitt : "Gruel has losl all Iiis
tnoney "
Jenett : "I5m I I hough I be was
a Napoleon of finam e,"
Hewitt : "He was, but he mi
Wellington,"
w
7ANTED.House Servant.
' i
Applj I ribune < Iffice "
1-7 '' x D.On H them
Mud, ;i!i Open
fc) '. about 15 feel keel,, \h ic
modi 1, p tinted white out l>iu
11 Hi-cm. 1 i,e Ownei a .
communicate w itli
IHF. COMMISSIONER,
Nicolls fow n, Anilros.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
I HE ROYAL STORE
O1 R "Royal" Household
Brand Plour Bell in
1 II). and 30s. pet bag !
196 lbs,
"(Soiden Star Flour.' lbs I
and "Laurel Brand" I lour"
I. 1
ntennial Flour per bag
Pi<,-s Feet in Vinegar at 7! ,
Brown Sugar at lb. Out
ncc white and clean, best in town
telling at pi. pei quart.
All our Urocei i< are fresh
good quality and nh<.
Pure Jamaica Hum hi tos, pei
lallon,
I \U1SI.. SAUNDERS & Co
Nassau N. P.
Bahamas,
A pi il 15th 1
e Committee of the Chamber
ommerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto. August ahd Sep.
tember. of this year, have decide!
to place a Special Exhibition Num.
ber of "1 he Strombvis" on sale at
the exhibition as named above.
Exhibitors, Business men gene-
rally. Lodging House Keepers.
Boarding;House Ke-pers.Owncrs-
of places to rent as winiir re i-
dences. Owners of Boats,etc.,sic,
would do well to advertise in the
ExhibitionNnmbei and bring their
business to the notice of the many
thousands of Canadians who ill
visit this exhibition, and who .re
a growing factor in our it i
business.
Special ra.es. Space should be
secured early.
More than two thousand of iliis
Issue will be printed which will
make it the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published in
he Bahamas. No one who has
anything to sell or to hire ,h( uld
be left out of the Exhibition Num.
ber of 1 lie Strom bus."
NO I ICE.
rill- is to inform mj I'
and the Public in I ,.
Ili.it op ll'il Ml)
?,ef-. Cutlery
a fine .iss.>rt men I of:
RAZORS
Table Knives s
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Setstin Ca
and
S.CISSI >RS.
for v;i Ie l>v
Chas. E. Albury.
ly to do anything m tl
' ieneial repair 01 new woi
Shoeing -1 ..Lilly. All work
illv.
P. A. Iluvh r,
?53 Bay Street Easi \\
*V A. M \ I ||:
1 Id IV I \KtR.
DESIRES 1..... inn f
III ,| |H
1 :' rl
I Maker, which. | M in ..
position to rain nul 1 ;|,.,,
may I..... rusted 1 his 1 are m itli
''.....' despntt h ; nnd 1
1 (Jet
lllN| .....' pi
I
my
are I hi
v ork.
VI
rj low -st I.. In,1
A race i:
worn: n
no better than is)
DO YOU RFALISE
the importance ol pure Soap ?
Do you know that
Sunlight Soap/[
make clothes whiter, and work
lighter ? True economy
use a pint' Soap. Sunlig
Soap is guaranteed
pure, therefore can-
not destroy your
clothes; Preserve
your clothes by
using Sunlight Soap.
n*
.EVER BROTHERS
I'ort Sunlight, England
at
Wi; would iforrn all who appreci He a G01 .1 Smoke.....
have on hand an extensive Stock ol HAVANA< IGARS We
guarantee our brand to be made ol the finest Havana and Sumatri
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
; These Cigars are manufactured 00 nui premises by skilled workmen
land greai pains are tak< n to produce an article of supi rioi quality
The success we have met with in the past leads usconfidentlj toexpjcl
[the patronage ol connoist urs.
|. I- SAUNDERS X Co.
Bay Sreet
onto Exhibition
1
August '23 i pt r.-.ber
rl II. I
I lie I ,
11|IIIS I' v
I 1.1 1..
ndin lixl
1 fntlotied art -
I !<-
I
-Is ,1 I .
--p<
1 Is
in... 1
mils Woods
I
mis Tori 1 si -si .
I ilwi co I'orli i-e Shell W
[lark 1 ..: 11
II IV.sl.-d Woik.
All I ill its M iis| ! in I Re
' Ire in linn
I" 1 1 I, 1 ,.
\llJII-l 1st, I

CHAS. I U.IPJRY,
(!haii 1
1 1
I I \S. I. ABBOTT,
' iv.
Why import Butter
from Kew York?
Il more t!i per II).
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
I p'K |".r lb. and weight
guarantei d.
NEW YORK IIOl'SK
I FOR SA1 R BY TENDER.
O! I- H ill ..1 thai desirable
Building l.c.t mi i| e K istein

I he riuhl 15 jeel
pi ; n\ ..I the ','
I .......
I. M KM >\V| i
H .;. ,
^1 U3.
FOR HIRE,
\ SIN Ri 1 m DWELI ING
. \ '': 1
I out doot com en-
I' 11 I:.
I.' 1 te
11 Prii
Applj lo
IOS I MNG
Hill St. Snulh
wiiiiams Shoes
Are BETTER
FOR SAI I OR Rl \ |".
I"*IIA1 1 ..ml..1 t.ihi.- |).vi lljng
fl<..... Deveaux Street,
neai I
For put tt cam.
V 1 III
FRI I) N. Ri A\ F,
" 11
VI a
\n aim 1st new Pi ino I;
Make. Appl) as abo^ e,
The Vogue andAu Bin Marche
Th*L"""v" Sror .
Closin Sale of Seasons Good*.
High Class Goods al very reduced
prices.
Beautiful Irish Luces and
Insertions. A few vory select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite dogttfns
Geishtt Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes .mi I Walhts 25
per cent off. Irish Linens,
While ivrvd Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.
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