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I J 1 HE TRICUN E London, 14.—At a result of thr failuie of recent loan issues in London the question is being asked, whence are all the millions to co ne to meet further heavy borro vings in the ne.ir future ? Financier! are regarding with considerable trepidation the outl< ok foi the next few weeks, with probable heavy demands on their ri souiees, London 14.—The worlds amateur running record foi fifty milts was beaten today at Stamford bridge athletic grounds by I.. W. Lloyd, who ran the distance in 6 hours 13 minutes and 58 sec 1 I. E lux.m, th< holder of he record since 1885, in that year ran the distance in 6 hours 18 minutes and 26 seconds. London, 14.—The Royal Ulttet Yacht Club tabled to the New Wk Vacht Club on May nth mg that the challenge sent by Sir I bomas Lipton was intended to onvey that the o Dtest should be 1 rerned in all ies| icts I > the .-*me conditions , ,; „, th c last races. If the New fork Vacht Club, however, pi Sir I'ho. mas liad no objection to race undei its piesent rules of measurement, tune allowance, and racing rul I he reply from the New 1 irk Yacht Club was received today Stating that the matte, would be considered at an early date. The Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit. at the Canadian Exhibi. lion, at Toronto. Autfust and September, of thia year, have decided to place a Special Exhibition Number of "The Strombvis" on sale at the exhibition as named above. Exhibitors, Business men generally. Lodging House Keeper*, Boarding House Keepers. On tiers of places lo rent as winter reeidences. Owners of Boats,etc..etc.. would do well to advertise in the Exhibition Number and bring their business to the notice of the ma*y thousands of Canadians who will visit this exhibition, and who are a growing factor in our tourist business. Special rates. Space should bo secured early. More thtn two thousand of this issue will be printed which will make it the most valuable advertislnit medium ever published in he Bahamas. No one who has anything to sell or to hire should be left out of the Exhibition Number of '• I he Strotnbus." w ANTED.—House Servant. (lood W'ages. Apply "Tribune Office." new" Cutlery a fine assortment of: R l£ORS I able Knives Pocket Knii Butcher Km Mr eft! Knives. Carvii p, Sets in I ases, and SCISSORS, for sale bj Chas. E Albury. NO I I C E. r ills is t<> jofurm my Patrons and the Public in Gi neral that I li i\ rj| 1 d my Public p; and am now read} to do an) thing in the m ol (ieneial rep ir 01 new n 01 k 11 All work d Mi 11 i illy. P, A. Huyh r, 453 Bay Street Easi v W A. M.\ I I I IK'. UNDER IAKER. I ESI RES 10 1 form In n I the Public lhai he ha ... 1 1 . .system ana el • | • 1!then pain 11 ige 1 let my Pi ices first nnd p e lliai they are the very lowest foi first class wot k, A race is no better than it"! women \\7 w 111,1 ,, n al1 whl > appreciate a Good Smoke that 1 V V have on h..nd an extensive Slock of HA VAN \ CIGARS We Ruarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatrf rappers, and Havana fillers throughout. rhese Cigars are manufactured on out premises bv skilled workmen %  nfl great pains ate taken to produce an article of si.perm, quality I lie success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect thpatronage of connoiseurs. J. L. SAUNDERS A Co. B 1V Sree DO YOU REALISE the importance "l pure Soap? Do YOU kno v thai Sunlight Soap! m &7TJ v make clothes whiter, and work '^ %  'to 'i lighter? Ti ic • mom; isto^-^S • use a pure Soap .; : Soap is guaranteed pure, therefore c innol destroy your \ clothes. Pic erve your clothes l>\ using Sunlight Soap. • LEVER BROTH! RS LIMITED Port Sunlight, England. t ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to September £ T ill. 1 omn 1 tee ippointed I y the I 'in nt 1 of ( to organize l ha is Exhibit would be glnd i e ive offers n intending F xhihitors of any of 1 1 pntii ned art idl s, ;iM el l us any 01 'HItlut m ighl 1 eIves l"i the putI IHill S| M 1 %  1 1 ie||s 1 itiii' I Curios .. o tis Woods Plants, pii i 'il 1 .11 vings ;ars li 1-1 she* I I 'ibacco I nrtoise shell \\ n l, I ..ok Cotti n Shell Basket Wmk, Ml I -. v 1111.1:s n 11-' be in lite hands nl the I oinniitiee in 1 ime l.'t : 1 i-'i leii i iug this port \u.:usl I-', H|l 1. \pp!\ I" CH \S. K. \l.1'.' RY, Chairni 1 or CHAS. I \:.l'.')|-T. >•< rel ii y. Why import Butter from New York ? It crisis more than V' (tv v f lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 44cts. per ll>. and weight guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE Williams SllOGS Are BETTER I ()R SAI E BY rENDER. O NE Half of that d BuildingLot on the Eastern -nie of M treet, fronting on Bayfeet, and 1 unnii u southwardly 135 fi 1 The right ib reserved to the whole 01 any of the Tenders, Tenders will be received by I. M KNOWLES, I 1 i Bay street, until the 31st May, 1' 113. I OR HIRE. V -I \i DWELI ING J~\ II' M SI u iih bath rooni 1 1 nut ( t' >or I.111I:. I isi Street, South, opposite --.HI I'. : %  \ to 11 s. 1 \r Blue Hill.St. South I OR SM.f 1 IR REN r. I^il M m l.irt ibli I %  filing 1 SI O %  l)i vi'.mv Sirei 1, I %  1 lei ms, 1 munii lie 11h FRED, V now 1, •• l'h>' bxuma, VI so N aim -' new Piano —!(est M ike Apply BI above, The Vogue andAu Bon Marche Th.bM.Sw* stores. Closing Sale of Sen-ton* Goods. M J.' !\ Class Good, at very reduced prices. I'.. viutvi I Irish La.ce. &nd Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite degi^ns Geisha Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes and Waists per cent off. Irish Linens, White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings.



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T! rr o CO \\ IliVfl addictus lurnrc ir\ verb* matfistri. bound to swear lo the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. V i.viwi, N. P., Bahamas, Friday. May Id. 191V No. 148 I ri II. • • I I RKK1 i... l J i rtl.ISHI.li \)\\\ V I' | |.y ... ruesday. I htu idy and Satin da) unfit cop) ... • %  • il. Weekly Month!) ... ... : > i • I r i I v ... ... .. 4 s. tall virh Yauiy P IYARU IN l>V w< I \ i i %  i K iti • i pei line for fit I ertion: I brei i line f.ii %  one i nnj pei foi lubtequent inserti Ad vi 4s. I be follow ing w.'i %  p issen ;c,s per Francct I-., from Miami yesier. %  %  — M I i 11 •• 1 11.1 [ • %  I'lT • %  K IOWIrs Hud Vnnie \ ry; Mmsrs R e, I I %  %  %  %  I Ii-i '• I R i rry Smith, II layOciiivn Keiii|>, 0 'avis, Sam Major, I Fareuh Smiili, h D.ir Wmfied Svin >neit, Coniarl Dar. Uurlfiuh \l %  i i'i'ii. William Rolle and Gen i A Kenzie. M \CI>'I RATES ( OURT. hi II Taj lor—I, I i St, II, I'mi ine an I ind ent Ianii —8s. or ; day*. HI. .\l US>1 t li i %  [U I %  t \i ( unstable Reckley in the i ecui ion o( hi* duty 'i s oi 8 d iyi, I • 1 \ McQueen Vssaull ing nnd l„ ati u i hn I >• ve iu* i v. .ind 4s. o 1 or 31 day*. Frederick Foantain Using pro. fane and indecent langu ige in St. 16ft, or 14 days. 9 -Frederick AimbristerBeing found in the enclosed yard ol II. C, Alhury, situate in Ea .1 B 13 St. .uul b ing unable to give a lawful MC< ute for 1 > being tbi re --li appearing that tlie accused is s 1 fai insane as not to he reap nBible for ins act-, the Magistrate, with the Hon. W. R. Hum as w ite |us11 reeled 1 he said to bi < omm Hi I lo the l.unalic AM lum lion 5 of tie Lui a< y Acl 1 S90. I in ny of ^ pun of black irousers w ilue JS Is and chatti Is "f I lasting 1 li.n lo ihs. lames W1II1 ims, Ri loyd Rose Burrows, Marj l I u Bn ich C mpulsory Education A I Mil .1. 1 lei 'i.. •: St v j et— 1 lo ei Made. 11Mr. Edit W'li.i s I 'MI your 1 'i gui 1 f". the police, paying 1 1 HI iMer I 1pioba I II \ wi i; foi Nassau, Bui il .ii. mi the oul isl inds ? It 1 ai il the mere thought of .•1 them 1 liteialed from tin11 tries < f tlie am horil c-pd ial the windu ard 1 i mds. I'.iki 'I I 1 I think ''that" is the most nrglectfirst, the I eai In 1 nl Col nel Hill. He is qu %  I in c\ led. >in'ii n in. HI .. %  promotion, 1 paid Si 1 its at his •, 'hoi il fn mi ihe lr %  nl I .,-.. he 1111 ; he 1.turned nut 11 nnd ui 1 Is and %  ci e dil on Ins pnrl an 1 I hope so n he'll I ive the | motion he jusi • %  v \\ eed .1 "poll tiff] %  %  I hink "I one ha* ing to undergo Ihe inconvenience >>f having I'll' ra delayed ai Long Caj for'WeeksJor probabl) months • imp'y because we h IVI m 1 p >si office ; on this isolated place we n ed letters an I papers regul n ly \: the monot ny it only. Again -We need a J lice the 1 e hare, after winch the people will, be more law abiding In in they are now. I n dice that the Teaehers and ii.irs of the Public School at Col 1 ll Hill have woin a bit <>f crepe each, during a month by w .i\ if nw r inu 01 the dec 111-j ectoi, George L< >le Ksq, It is I f thn mas should hl providing fur ll ry of compensation from the suffragette fimils fur damag a suffi red al the han Is "I the militants. I det ii ;• nl' the Midi igetti s 1to sow the 1 -'I Hi" nails tlirusl through pin is ol li .mi"', vith Ihe nbj -it of pin Autithei lio itcs ut Folkesti ne vesterday. Ltjnd 11 — In the fight agaii %  nun ni ii press ill' 1 laboui part) li is d< ided li ip a plan w Inch is in" England bul has bi en foul tive bj <" %  rman soci il Should the uovernmenl proseI ones Ram ''\ M id >nal l foe pi inline ili' Suflragi tte, he w ill be %  K.I I.mil'. who in tiiin will be followed by otli irs, until the government is I. i ro d to capil : Nogales, \< i sona, 14, 1 he federal forces ha^ •• b< en routed and all ire f)i eing to-ward lh gulf, according to ihegovernoi ol Sonora, who i arrived to-day at Hermocillu from Ihe fionl Eethnaiee <>f ihe killed remain at ;iliuut 500. \\ ashington, 14 With s '' Cecil v i" ing-Rii l British Amhassi dor, and John 1'. Mo counsi Hot cf ihe stati depai In I 1 .-ni t,i repu seul Iheir rt live governments, the international tribunal for the ai I itration "f outstanding pecuniary claims between the United Stati sand < ireal Britain, held its o| 1 1 in ision here U -day. _J 1


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Publication Date: Friday, May 16, 1913
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CO
\\ IliVfl addictus lurnrc ir\ verb* matfistri.
bound to swear lo the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. V
i.viwi, N. P., Bahamas, Friday. May Id. 191V
No. 148
.
I ri II.
I I RKK1
i...
lJi rtl.ISHI.li \)\\\ V
I' |
|.y ...
ruesday. I htu idy and Satin da)
unfit cop) ... il.
Weekly .........
Month!) ... ...:
> i Iri I v ... ... .. 4 s.
tall v- irh .....
Yauiy
P IYARU IN l>V w< I .
\ i i i K iti i pei line
for fit I ertion: I brei i line
f.ii one i nnj pei
foi lubtequent inserti
Ad vi 4s.
I be follow ing w.'i p issen ;c,s
per Francct I-., from Miami yesier.

M I i 11 1 11.1
. [ I'lT K IOW-
Irs Hud Vnnie \ ry; Mmsrs
R e, I I I
I- i-i ' I
R i rry Smith, II lay-
Ociiivn Keiii|>, 0 'avis,
Sam Major, I
Fareuh Smiili,
h D.ir
Wmfied Svin >neit, Coniarl Dar-
. Uurlfiuh \lii'i'ii. William
Rolle and Gen i A Kenzie.
M \CI>'I RATES ( OURT.
hi ii Taj lorI, I i St,
II, I'mi ine an I ind ent Ian-
ii 8s. or ;
day*.
HI. .\l US>1 t li i [U I ' t \i
( unstable Reckley in the i ecu-
iion o( hi* duty 'is. oi 8 d iyi,
I -1 \ McQueen Vssaull ing nnd
l ati u i hn I > ve iu* i v. .ind 4s.
o 1 or 31 day*.
Frederick Foantain Using pro.
fane and indecent langu ige in St.
- 16ft, or 14 days.
9 -Frederick Aimbrister- Be-
ing found in the enclosed yard ol
II. C, Alhury, situate in Ea .1 B 13
St. .uul b ing unable to give a
lawful mc< ute for 1 > being tbi re
--li appearing that tlie accused is
s 1 fai insane as not to he reap n-
Bible for ins act-, the Magistrate,
with the Hon. W. R. Hum as w
ite |us11 reeled 1 he said
to bi < omm Hi I lo the
l.unalic Am lum
lion 5 of tie Lui a< y Acl 1 S90.
I in ny of
^ pun of black irousers w ilue js
Is and chatti Is "f I lasting
1 li.n lo ihs.
lames W1II1 ims, Ri loyd
Rose Burrows, Marj l I u
Bn ich C mpulsory Education
A I Mil .1.
1 lei 'i.. : St v j et 1 lo
ei Made.
11- Mr. Edit .
W'li.i s I 'mi your 1 'i
gui 1 f". the police,
paying 1 1 hi iMer I
1- piobaIII\ wi i; foi Nassau, Bui
il .ii.mi the oul isl inds ? It
1 ai il the mere thought of
.1 them 1 liteialed from
tin- 11..... tries < f tlie am horil
c-pd ial the windu ard 1 i mds.
I'.iki 'I I 1
I think ''that" is the most nrglect-
first, the I eai In 1 nl Col nel Hill.
He is qu

I in
c\ led.
>in'ii n in.hi .. promotion, 1
paid Si 1 its at his
, 'hoi il fn mi ihe lr '
nl I .,-.. he
1111 ; he 1.- turned
nut 11 nnd ui 1 Is and

ciedil on Ins pnrl
an 1 I hope so n he'll I ive the |.....
motion he jusi v.
\\ eed .1 "poll
tiff] I hink "I one ha* ing
to undergo Ihe inconvenience >>f
having I'll' ra delayed ai Long
Caj for'WeeksJor probabl) months
imp'y because we h ivi m 1 p >si
office ; on this isolated place we
n ed letters an I papers regul n ly
\: the monot ny it on-
ly.
Again -We need a J lice the
! 1 e hare, after winch the people
will, be more law abiding In in
they are now.
I n dice that the Teaehers and
ii.irs of the Public School at
Col 1 ll Hill have woin a bit <>f
crepe each, during a month by
w .i\ if nw r inu 01 the dec
111-j ectoi, George L<>le Ksq, It is
I f
thn mas
should h I hive much more to M
will du so in my ni \i. H i| ing you
will give '.his a pi alu-
:olumns, I am yi
IN I EKES1 ED.
CAB1.1 iRAMS
May 16 h 1913.
I.i ndi n, 14. I he home office is
idering the intro lucl ion 1 >l
, providing fur ll ry of
compensation from the suffragette
fimils fur damag a suffi red al the
han Is "I the militants. I
det ii ; nl' the Midi igetti s 1- to sow
the 1 -'I Hi" nails tlirusl through
pin is ol li .mi"', vith Ihe nbj -it
of pin
Autithei lio itcs
ut Folkesti ne vesterday.
Ltjnd 11 In the fight
agaii nun ni ii
press ill'1 laboui part) li is d< ided
li ip a plan w Inch is in"
England bul has bi en foul
tive bj <"' rman soci il
Should the uovernmenl prose-
I ones Ram ''\ M id >nal l foe
pi inline ili' Suflragi tte, he w ill be

K.I I.mil'. who in tiiin will be fol-
lowed by otli irs, until the
government is I.iro d to capil:-
Nogales, \ federal forces ha^ b< en routed
and all ire f)i eing to-ward lh
gulf, according to ihegovernoi ol
Sonora, whoi arrived to-day at
Hermocillu from Ihe fionl
Eethnaiee <>f ihe killed remain
at ;iliuut 500.
\\ ashington, 14 With s''
Cecil vi" ing-Rii l British
Amhassi dor, and John 1'. Mo
counsi Hot cf ihe stati depai In
I 1 .-ni t,i repu seul Iheir rt
live governments, the internation-
al tribunal for the ai I itration "f
outstanding pecuniary claims be-
tween the United Stati sand < ireal
Britain, held its o| 1 1 in ision
here U -day.
_J___1


I
J
1 HE TRICUN E
London, 14.At a result of thr
failuie of recent loan issues in Lon-
don the question is being asked,
whence are all the millions to
co ne to meet further heavy bor-
ro vings in the ne.ir future ?
Financier! are regarding with
considerable trepidation the out-
l< ok foi the next few weeks, with
probable heavy demands on their
ri souiees,
London 14.The worlds ama-
teur running record foi fifty milts
was beaten today at Stamford
bridge athletic grounds by I.. W.
Lloyd, who ran the distance in 6
hours 13 minutes and 58 sec 1
I. E lux.m, th< holder of he re-
cord since 1885, in that year ran
the distance in 6 hours 18 minutes
and 26 seconds.
London, 14.The Royal Ulttet
Yacht Club tabled to the New
Wk Vacht Club on May nth
mg that the challenge sent by Sir
I bomas Lipton was intended to
onvey that the o Dtest should be
1 rerned in all ies| icts I > the
.-*me conditions ,; , thc
last races. If the New fork Vacht
Club, however, pi Sir I'ho.
mas liad no objection to race undei
its piesent rules of measurement,
tune allowance, and racing rul
I he reply from the New 1 irk
Yacht Club was received today
Stating that the matte, would be
considered at an early date.
The Committee of the Chamber
of Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit. at the Canadian Exhibi.
lion, at Toronto. Autfust and Sep-
tember, of thia year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombvis" on sale at
the exhibition as named above.
Exhibitors, Business men gene-
rally. Lodging House Keeper*,
Boarding House Keepers. On tiers
of places lo rent as winter reei-
dences. Owners of Boats,etc..etc..
would do well to advertise in the
Exhibition Number and bring their
business to the notice of the ma*y
thousands of Canadians who will
visit this exhibition, and who are
a growing factor in our tourist
business.
Special rates. Space should bo
secured early.
More thtn two thousand of this
issue will be printed which will
make it the most valuable adver-
tislnit medium ever published in
he Bahamas. No one who has
anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of ' I he Strotnbus."
w
ANTED.House Servant.
(lood W'ages.
Apply "Tribune Office."
new" Cutlery
a fine assortment of:
R lORS
I able Knives
Pocket Knii
Butcher Km
Mr eft! Knives.
Carvii p, Sets in I ases,
and
SCISSORS,
for sale bj
Chas. E Albury.
NO I I C E.
rills is t<> jofurm my Patrons
and the Public in Gi neral
that I li i\ rj| 1 d my Public
p; and am now
read} to do an) thing in the m ol
(ieneial rep ir 01 new n 01 k 11
. All work d
Mi 11 i illy.
P, A. Huyh r,
453 Bay Street Easi v
W A. M.\ I I I IK'.
UNDER IAKER.
I ESI RES 10 1 form In
n I the Public lhai he ha
...___1..... 1 .-
system ana el |
1!- then pain 11 ige 1 let
my Pi ices first nnd p e lliai they
are the very lowest foi first class
wot k,
A race is no better than it"!
women
\\7 .w111,1 ,,"n" al1 whl> appreciate a Good Smoke that 1
V V have on h..nd an extensive Slock of HA VAN \ CIGARS We
Ruarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatrf
rappers, and Havana fillers throughout.
rhese Cigars are manufactured on out premises bv skilled workmen
nfl great pains ate taken to produce an article of si.perm, quality
I lie success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
th- patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L. SAUNDERS A Co.
B 1V Sree
DO YOU REALISE
the importance "l pure Soap?
Do you kno v thai
Sunlight Soap! m
&7TJ v.
make clothes whiter, and work '^'to 'i
lighter? Ti ic mom; isto^-^S
use a pure Soap .; .:
Soap is guaranteed
pure, therefore c in-
nol destroy your \
clothes. Pic erve
your clothes l>\
using Sunlight Soap.


LEVER BROTH! RS LIMITED
Port Sunlight, England.

t
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September
Till. 1 omn 1 tee ippointed I y
the I 'in nt 1 of (
to organize l ha is Exhibit
would be glnd i.....eive offers
n intending F xhihitors of any
of 11 pntii ned art idl s, ;i-
m el l us any 01 'hi- tlut m ighl 1 e-
Ives l"i the put-
I
I- Hill
S| M
1 1 1 ie||s
1 itiii' I Curios
.. o tis Woods
Plants, piii'il 1 .11 vings
;ars li 1-1 she* I
I 'ibacco I nrtoise shell \\ n l,
I'..ok Cotti n
Shell Basket Wmk,
Ml I-.v 1111.1:s n 11-' be in lite
hands nl the I oinniitiee in 1 ime
l.'t ': 1 i-'i leii i iug this port
\u.:usl I-', H|l 1.
\pp!\ I"
CH \S. K. \l.1'.' RY,
Chairni 1 .
or
CHAS. I \:.l'.')|-T.
>< rel ii y.
Why import Butter
from New York ?
It crisis more than V'(tv vf lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44cts. per ll>. and weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
Williams SllOGS
Are BETTER
I ()R SAI E BY rENDER.
ONE Half of that d
BuildingLot on the Eastern
-nie of M treet, fronting on
Bay- feet, and 1 unnii u
southwardly 135 fi 1
The right ib reserved to
the whole 01 any of the Tenders,
Tenders will be received by
I. M KNOWLES,
I 1 i Bay street, until the 31st
May, 1' 113.
I OR HIRE.
V -I \i DWELI ING
J~\ II' M SI u iih bath rooni
11 nut (t' >or
I.111I:.
I isi Street, South, opposite
--.hi I'. :
\ to
11 s. 1 \r
Blue Hill.St. South
I OR SM.f 1 IR REN r.
' I^il M m l.irt ibli I filing
1 si o l)i vi'.mv Sirei 1,
I 1 lei ms, 1
munii lie 11h
FRED, V now 1,
l'h>' bxuma,
VI so
N aim -' new Piano !(est
M ike Apply bi above,
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
Th.bM.Sw* stores.
Closing Sale of Sen-ton* Goods.
M j.' !\ Class Good, at very reduced
prices.
I'.. viutvi I Irish La.ce. &nd
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite degi^ns
Geisha Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes and Waists .
per cent off. Irish Linens,
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.


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