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I HE T RIBUN E TLhc tribune We desire t receiving from I ^acknowledge r. II. S. Black EMPIRE DAY Saturday, 7. nm.. V The other daj a German an ship land< d b> mistake on the 1 reoch side of ihe border. I >n April JJIKI a German aero| lane did the same thing. Hut the n< h authocities on thy si at were convinced that this ],. ing was unintentional, {and the biplane was released Bftd ba k Three other aeropl left Darmstadt along with the above mentiooed our and they too In-; their way, hut only this one strayed into France. The French and German Go\ ments are now trying ti i range matters as to prei these regrettable incidents from recurring. The Budget Committee of the German Reichstag has requested the Cbancelloi to appoint a Commission d Inquiry into all army and navy < ontracts. Some lirms that supply she Co nient with war materials hat to be kept going in peace tin so that they m ij be availabl in war tune, and the troubl that to keep these iii being in a tiui.: of peace, the military and natal authorities arc tempt ,| to sp< nd more mon< v on armamentthan is ii. ary 1'iphi Buch i ircumstances it.is e?s> F,o %  orruption to i rei p in. Mi. Lloyd 11 oi ge, in introducing hi. Budget tin, I inttd >.ut that since the i sent iovernment assumed office they hs/e reduced debt I £103,000,000 and yearly inter. i "ii debt bj £a,6oo,ooo. Fifty years ago the National Debt was 8ai millions pounds, n it is 66i millions. '1 iie Iinam e Bill w ill he a comparatively Simple all,in. as no new I %  :i to e impsoed. It will taken up with the ic-mipoi of the usu il annu il On II in sda\ VpriJ a ,ih the C anadian I ( • %  itscl n ilution by io8j 7.1 Mr. Borden's Ministi v will II)W be able to ton e through thenNavy Ihll. J. Ihe Mail Steamer "Seguranca" ste uncd from New York on I lay at \ p. m. for Nassau w ith 11 passengers and ; barrels freight. Ihe steai will proceed to Tatnpi qf-C^ncJy Kitc,bm fa me,'sanies f His Excellency Governor (' %  of iiod Alc^nnuc Champagne, 5 Haddou-Smith will arrive o Wine, Cordials, Liquers, Ginthe Eastern Parade at i p. m. ger Beer, Stbdt, Al< & ., bever-! where the Eastern, Western, and iwfrich 6re very similar in Southern Fire Brigades will hold eafance and perhaps in fla>|an Athletic meeting beginning vour but without the bite of the a t i 30 p. rn. (Friday 33rd Maj i "old sinner" 'whose names tin \ of which the following is the carry, and for which they are a programme. 1. J. 35wholesome substitute. 'I > • desirablj pheasant b< vei es. Following are a few of the j testimonials, by eminent Public Analysts, to Kops produi Dr. lames Edmun Is, M.D., [M.U.C.P.—"U is a pleasant. who marvellously like ordinary ale*' rhe Fa i 1 "Kops Ale as a lion a tiolii tonic I and stimulant maj challenge, '3_ 2?'t"^' [for purity and health giving properties, all the beveragi the world." The Lancet:—"Kops \le is a carefully brewed product, and rds in excelli ni and satisfying drink in hot weather, and, while it contains all the tonic and refreshing qualities of beer, it can never lie ai cused of stealing a march on the ii/ti II Dr. T. R. Allms HI. I..UA' P.: —"The beverage will, no doubt, Throwing the cricket ball. Putting 16 lb. shot. fds. flat 1 1 ligh jump, running. Long ., I gg ami ice. 7. J J. 1 yard 100 rial) %  i. Sack 1 1 130 yards I final 1 11. Costume race 13. ', mil I mile. 1 I Obstacle lace. r6. Bicj le Rai 17. Donkey ra 1 3, Ci ni latii h race (all • >>in PRIZE GIVING. God Save The King Starter:-—H.C. Crawl rd I Judges: M< ssrs 1 E. 11. Dupuch, Thaddeus 'I oote, and C l Farringti n. Committee: Thi 01 ers of I : igftde and Mi ssrs b A meet with approval roin those I, 1, n 1 1 1 ,, ... .' , , Koker, K Roberts, A I orbes, II. who like a bitter drink. It is a .i, , ., substitute ales.'.' for light English Ground was broken on Mon day last for the erection of the Wireless Teh-graph Towers and the work is in pi S. AGNES' CHURCH. meutioneiLin pTtvtoiisxon tracts. I lie-i-onip'any, it is said, is pre ed to run a ten knot service to ihe Bahamas and Cuba, sail ing regularly once each month from Montre il, 1 lalifax and St. John in the summer time, and from I lalifax and St. John in u intei I he subsidy asked for j such a service is, il is understood, f %  0 whi hi $3, than tie Canadian t e <\ ernment has been | iaj ing in the past. Aft. a arriving at Cub 1, however, the company warn harged. In ether words, ihey desin ti 1 free om %  • ihey h nplethe down jour ti 1 Cuba, ci argo foi an} place for which it 1 an lie pro ured fur tadaoi else %  hi re 11 insistent with its tion to have the boal i one in Canada to sail ag 1 n to the 1 >lai .'s men; .11 the dates named. In t. then request amount: to I this : If a cargo is offering for New York, 1 r instance, and none for Canada, th re to' able lo run to New York! and not I* compelled to return. t< 1 Canada half full, qiuir-, t( 1 full, or without II, as as the effect of the stipulation 1 ntaim d in the ar1 \| ired. Comparison with the subsic.. d by the Line w : %  • 1 U '. some eight years ago, w ould show that, the sum vhih it ;s understood the Wilson, and T. Smith. Passengei per vindwardmail Elder Dempster would continue rfor In route tin 1not unreasonable! Trinity Sund 1 Ii ilj Communion, 7 a.m. Mattnis, ,. ,o a.m. for Jamaica : Mr. 1 )n\ id Powell. 'I HE CAN Mil \N-BAH MAS CUBA SERVICE. pcifllly so when one considi rs the far highi for tonnage th it have to be paid to day '. than u s the case eight years ago When 1 e service was maugu .1 %  d, itol only did Canada Since reporting ihe contemp 1 s > .000 iyeai subsidy,bgt rj •tion ni the Elderthe Mexican Government paid Dein'psl ell. Shortl • and I'II..M.I it-, -i t •• ards, sideration oi si ps taken by ihe the vessels calling at St. John, Solemn Eucharist, i...;....m dianG inr-nt I thus providing that place ul ihe %  Iii %  communication i • • iiij with Cuba, the Canadian ( i ovit 1 end II t month |< l added ^3,500 to the marks the end ol steamship original amount. Thus the •. mmunii m 1 1 • %  amount the company ui h these pl.u es until theG [| was ernment radi all) chan es ii year, The call at the Bahamas ,| iie in i\ be di scribed as an act of matter. Imp' rial grai e, no such stipula. Apparently the Government's tion being made at the tim rch. I' itecliism, i.l j p.m. Solemn I nsong, S rmon and I' 1 .m. \UDLEY J % %  l (VVNE, Ri The Moter "Frani es E" left I a Miami this mom ingwitli the following passengers: — Misses Dons Elliott, and Lillian Saunders, "Mesdames Julia Saunders, and Maria Elliott, Messrs G Ascioni, James : Brown, John Browa, Ronald 1 l ersyth, and Arthur Sands 1 reason for allowing the service to' fall into desuetude Arise* from the amount of subsidy required, and the desire expressed by the shipping company for different conditions in regard to return journej than th making the contract, it being i.ide on a request being n-< eivd to this ell. it hy the Canaan Government from the lOVI 1 ninent of the l'ah imas, a quest to which tire FlderU>mpster voluntarily acceded, Mi



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ni-i' "LK I an,I fox which no subsidj was %  vi revived A great Is restricti 'I HI ome followed tinl' l'i I. HI 1 1 ,.,/. ].,. mi der Inr Presi I nl \A deiro, the man just a-LSSH n Me • %  > >ubsi t. 101 with t C tadi in (In ment's stipulation tli I1 i > Line mtinne to rim tn Mex i< r>, and that ili' b its i return ian ports, lias i' hip people con tend, CM i %  I | unprofitable, a fat t evidenced bj I pr< fi | rathei than c itinue il the old conditi i •"(' West India M 191 THE V\ 1 I.id AND LAUNCHED. \ l'i % %  .1 at the I lamburg-Amei an Steamship I >mpany 0 fii e in New York on April ;i I. fro 'i Han burg announced the 1 of the second "I the thi 1 U 1 1 tht Iiii| lass, Tne ship was named the Vaterland by Pri Rupert, "i li ivaria, w ho perfor1. I the chi 1 1 my, 'I he V lerl id's laum h weight M .1^ 11 .."• leiiv 1 in gross tonn ige will be ovei s".tons I lei length i~, 900 feet, width i" i et, height fi to masthead ; has foui si tews, di i\ en by turbi n engines, gi> peed nf -'.' I nanii' I mil 'in. S 1now th %  1 ihip in tin' woi Id, bi "i than ila Impi rator, I \ aterland will < %  une out in the on %  1 %  1. %  • .' third !. th< • 'I thr thn m i'ii •,. In a onstruction the Vati 11 in.1 1 I"lv rep, the Imperator. Both hip: be n built with an inn | ,,n. I' n un.i .1 double hull wlm h icarried highabovi the water line I hulls .in' con trui ted of beav) steel plati • <>i unusual stren I Tin' "Vaterland," li!.'' the "lmperator," will be equipped with searchlights \ e i v >v i andie powi 1, i!ulargest ever i pii structed, which will In' can i' rj high up |"i one b I i n g lookout to maiij mil <\ taut. Th % %  prea\ liner .\ ill h • 'I with "iir life! %  .1 %  • 11 h will I % %  || 1* hi -dill boats, cnpahle I 11 motor boats I ''1 tin1 'AH over 1 I ;< >| ill--. I bulkli : ire both longitudinal and n f %  %  11 11 I loul 1 trolled fn Igi \ %  \ further saf %  '''el %  Com 1 1 C' imled v to I l|i'\ Mil' 1 %  S me idea of tlv ize ol the V terlaud lined Fn >m the i: 1 the 1 u Idei of • ; Imperator. T h '.ill feel ['he rudder '"ii-,, and thi jhs 1 to TELLS AUOLT 0000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WORTH SIO TO MY Pi! AH rum from any man eli *••**<, .JIUUKI ru* Wonri"Hiil Wr— Bo-i, I in p*tv.'lol> cure tMm*tf at 1 r TO HONE CIRC or MEN'S AILMENTS Even fifftVud n i|u. k I rlii coi ham*, of *\tci i r or I I. I! 1 nanho i-uid*. ta Hcaltli II I, I '• %  t; ho K '' %  •' this hook will I* a rav-lathm • l %  ,.let-lima IBMNII. tranw l RIOHT MOW for yur **—* imtt. paatpaMIn pmn. s.u*ltii.^w. %  i.'D3. JOS. LIST & 00. 8 m "0p m CmtaH. I"> %  <• it it is so delii atelj baled ind controlled that it Inwun 1 to side with a touch "t the wheel on th" hiidge n .nl\ one-fifth of a mile aw a v. Iii gua Re "nl. Api I 25, i 11 O N I in sdav, Jin %  the I 13 of I lis Ma the King, His Ex the G 1 wil I In 'li! 1 1' al 1 ii wei mm nt I lou noon till 1 pan. Gentlemen att< 1 thi h • I 11 (in i form 1 evenine tl ; Cam mil als, and members of the Bar, wigs ()rders, and m worn. ( i entlemeti an I to bring visiting 1 1 be hai:ded to (.'amp \V. IV IIADIH INSMITH, 1 l aptain, Aide-de-Camp, 1 WANTED. 'WO Female Workers, al Bail lej '1 1,1 iloi ing listabliihnieni 1 1 Geo FOR SALE. A FISHING SM U K, in t,'"'" 1 condition. Qood Sails, 14 feet keel—1> fed ovei iill—6', fael wide. Apply "Tribune." KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC %  YERAGES. AND ST< 'ii. 1 1 1' Hops ( cu .ill the t a' viliH' 1 'I .1 liin I Sti MI t 'nit W 11 !iuiii the 1 ice 6d. lie, i-. LIME 'HAMPAGNE. Pini iii rt 1 SP \KK IN i V 1.; N in \\[\l'. Pll GINi iii ft A.V.i ilN'i .! %  R BF E R r %  .-. SI'Kt I \l. PRICKS BY THE I \ •s.ii. ii \ 1 r.i.\' K'S D St, I'll!-. \ \SSAC l \NDY KITCHEN. H. S. BI. \( K, AKUH. iUYd" Cutlery ,1 fm* .iss-n 1 inent ol 1 ItAZOKS 1 ,-•' Kl vf i HI k' %  : Kuies Butcher Km\ Bread Knives, Carving Sets in (lases, 11,. 1 SCIsS< >i>N Idi sale liy Chas. E Albury. F 'l i r N I). —On the 'Northern Mud, an Open Sponging l'„, it, about 15 feel keel, Vbai n model, painted white outside, blue H.IIISUIII. I he 1 Iwnei >\ 1I1 1 commuaicata with II IK COMMISSIONER, N'icollsO^own, \ndros. Th^ Committee of iheChnmber of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, m thCanadian F.xhlblllon. at Toronto. Aii|>iisl and Seplemlier. of ihis year, have decided to place a Special Exhibition Number of "The Strombus" on aate at the exhibition as named above. Exhibitors. Business men generally. Lodging House Keepers. Boarding House Keepers.Owners of places to rent as winter residences. Owners of Boats, etc..etc.. would do well to advertise In the Exhibition Number and bring their business to the notice of the mmv thousands of Canadians who will visit this exhibition, and who are %  A growing factor in our tourist business. Special rates. Space should be secured early. More than two thousand of this issue will be printed which will make it the most valuable advertising medium ever published in he Bahamas. No one who has 1 anything to sell or to hire should be left out of the Exhibition Number of "The Strombus." MlL'K %  • '• v. LV "•"IPABED BY '"''"' "'1 : / •fjpl I



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r THE TRIBUNE I mala The latest dispatches received from the British Minister, Sir Lionel Garden, indicated that a satisfactoiy reply to the British demand was anticipated in a day or two. I he ministers instructions authoize him tocall on aBntishwarsq'pjshould he tbink its presence in Guatemalan waters desirable. Salonika, 15.-The British cruiser Gloucester left here to-day a full speed for Smyrna after th receipt of an urgent summons from that city. Disturbances at Smyrna are threatened. London, 15—The Daily Telegraph devotes an article to the proposed visit of the American fleet to Mediterranean ports eariy next year. It says that British hospitality will be extended to the crews at Gibraltar and Natal, and probably one Egypiian port. In the opinion of the Telegraph the visit of theAmerican ships will have the effect of inducing the British government to modify its present policy of continuous concentration of the naval power in home waters which many officers consider in jurious to the spirit and character of the service, London,i5.—Militants this even ing set fire to the oigan of the old parish church of Penn, Buckinghamshire. The flames were extinguished before thev spread to the church. Hastings, 15.—A joint demon stration of the tax resisters league nd suffragettes held here today as a protest against the sale of belongings of these who refused to pay taxes, was broken up by a mob. The women were rouehlv handled. B 3 f RPQt ami fnitlfYirf for thp mother and health for the baby ivtrai ana vuiuiui l follow the U8e of the A1Ienbury8 Foodg They resemble healthy human milk in composition, nutritive value and digestibility. Babies fed on the "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive well. ^Ulenburg, c) • IWI MILK FOOD No. 1. MILK FOOD No. I. MALTED FOOD No. 3. The 'All*nhnryRUSKS (Malted) From birth to S ninth*. From S to 6 month.. From I month, upwards From 10 month* upwtrda. TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. %  V Pamphlet "Infant Feeding and Management'' aent free. ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND. ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to September B T HE Committee appointed by the Chamber of Commerce to organize the Bahamas Exhibit would be glad to receive offers from intending Exhibitors of any of the undermentioned articles, as well as any others that might reeommend themselves for the purpose : Sisal Fruit Sponge Mats Canned Pine-apples Shells Canned Tomatoes Curios Preserves, various Woodl Plants, potted Carvings Cigars Tortoise Shell Cettinje, 15.—An international naval force commanded by Vice Admiral Cecil Burne of the British Navy, took possession today of the fortress of Scutari. Seward, Nebraska, 15—A tornado, which look f toll of ten lives mjured thirty odd persons and destroyed more than a thud of the town, occurred shortly before six o'clock this afternoon' Reports tonight say that the towns of Tomaro Lushton, Graftmi and MrCool Junction were wiped nut \ 0 T I C E. T HI^ is to inform my Patrons and the Public in (ieneial tint I have opened my I'ublic Black Smith Shop; and am now leady to do anything in the line ot (General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done ,Mechanicallv. P. A. Huvler, 453 Bay Street. East (Wharf) Tobacco Tortoise Shell Wuik Bark Cotton Shell Basket Wark. All Exhibits must be in the hands of the Committee in time lor the Steamer leaving this port August 1st, 1913. Apply to CHAS. E. ALBURY. Chairmnr. CHAS. I. ABBOTT, Secretary. Why import Butter from New York ? It costs more than <;octs. per lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 44Cts. per lb. and weight guaranteed. NEW VOR.K HOUSE w ANTED.—House Servant. Good Wages. Apply "Tribune Office." Williams Shoes Are BETTER W E would iform aP who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h.rtd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatr? Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. Ihese Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. I.. SAUNDERS A Co. Bav Sree FOR SALE BY TENDER. O NE Half of that desirable Building Lot on the Eaiteili side of Mackay street, fronting on Bay-stieet 81 fee!, Bud runm: g southwardly 13^ feet. The right is reserved to reject the whole or any of the lenders. render* will be leceived by I. M KNOWLES, 528 East Ray street, until the 31st May, 1913. FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING HOUSE with bath room at lacked and all out door convert lenrus including a Tank. I. isi Street, South, opposite Nassau Priaoii, rtpplv to lOS, LA IXC, Blue Hill St. South FOR SALF. OR RENT. T HAT comfortable Dwelling House on Deveaux Street near Bay, For particulars and terms, communicate with FRED. N. BOWE, "The Forest," Exuma. Also An almost new Piano—Best Make. Apply as above. W. A. MATHER. ONDERTAKER. D INIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he ha. just received n complete outfit ol %  HI ilities for the business of an unil(taker, which places hiin in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with svstem and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. The Vogue andAu Bon Marche Th. urn w. stores. Closing SaJe of Seaaona Goods. High Class Good* at vary reduced price*. Beautiful Irleh Le.ce* and Insertion*. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite deglgns Geieh*. Crepe* with Lacss to match. Irish Hn.n.1 Embroidered Hobes e.nd Waists 25 per cent off. Irish Linens White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings.



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J-1 CD P > 3 ? CD ihmte Nulllua o.dcl.< iu jurare in verb* msxglstrt. Bcinu bound to iwttr lo th LH>*tna.a of no MMIFI VOL. X. MM, N P.. BuhRinAv Satuxlay. May 17. 1 91>. No 14 LEON K. H. DUPI'CH, CUM ... Ul POPltIl.K OrPICR p 44 MAttKKT >TKBKT N.f. .IU N. I'., I.*HAU> PUBLISHED DAILi. M Ti.lav, -Vednesday an't Fridavsiaf/lecopy ... fl i. I iir, l..v, Ihnfsdav an.' ^i.ti.ul.vsingle ropy ... |,1. vVeekly ... 4 |<| Montlilv i> 4,1 Qiarterlv u Half Yearly ... Ik. Vearly ... |l • i'AYAIU.I IN 11V v • 1 Advertising Rates: -.1* [. %  - t|-i line fur first insertion ; tlurc ,• .. , |jm for atODSd insertion, and '..ir|*itny |>er line for subsequent iosetli Advertisements under ihl lines as. A HARD BLOW IX) I ME DOCTORS, English Doctor* nt Last Consent li Wink for tfir Government, The medical profession of Kngland, M well as of Ameiica, have always fought any law which IM-II to regulate them Lawyers might be regulated. business men mn.'ht he brought within lire law, bat d> dors have always tried to foster Hie delusion that there w.is some* thing supernatural and Mcred about their work wlnrh put them above the law. So when the British Government recant!• derided to pats a nation, al insurance law to provide cheap medical attendance for the poor, the Lnglish doctors at once began toftght. The British Medical Association met and all agreed not to accept the pay offeied by the government. Without any tluclorfl, what on earth would tie govern, inent do they a*r~e, 1 liev made s ten u 11s demands lot higher pav. I heir protests were listened to with great consideiatit n by Mr, I loyd George in %  pit* of the vn Imt Criticism Ui winch they hail subjected his law. He agired to increase the payment to the doctors foi each insuied patient from $1,08 yearly, the amount originally proposer!, to $1.44 an con ceded several Other points to them Thtat concessions eie angrily rejected by the doctor*, ami the law went into effect in spite of their protests. A general meeting of the British Medical Associaiion was held and, under the guidance of the leading members of the profession, most ol ihun titled, they resolved not to accept service under he government. More than 27 OOC doctors pledged themselves not to give their services, I hev protatied pai ticular ly ag.v.nst .lie provision that they should be employ d by the communes appointed bv the government, I liey declare that tllib (ir'.Mj'nii w.'is nil invasion of I lie sac, eil personal and confidential relation between doctor and patient. I hey claimed that they must make their arrangements dt* recily with the patients or their societies. From ibis |. 1111 an extraordinary campaign agnintt tl"' law was begun b\ the doctors. Sandwich men were sent out carrying boards denouncing the Chancellor and the law. One hoard bore th foolish inscription, "ll> w long shall England be dragooned by a I ally (Welshman) and his brag and bluff?" A leading skin specialist denounced the Chancellor as a moral leper. Sir Thomas Crosby, a doctor and former Lord Mayor of London, declaied that Mr. Lloyd George was a disgraceto humanity, A few weeks ago the doctors began to fall away from their pledge. The truth was tint the opposition to the law was led by the wealthy practitioners and specialists, who saw in it a menace to their iuterests. On the other hand the ordinary English doctors, w •' have hard work making a lie. ing, discovered ih.it tin I w very much to their %  deanthffe A laige part of their business came from lenevoleni Societies' arid workmen's clubs. U.'.der the law the amount allowed for each patient was more than double that formerly paid b\ the clubs. Moreover, payment was certain, as it came from the Government At Bradford three times the number of doctors required sent in their names. At Sheffield one hundred applied for the Government woik. Finally about nine tenths of all the doctors in the Country rushed to accept the advantages of the law. One resu't of this collapse may be the reorganization ol the British Medical Association, as the British doctor'trades union is called. Its members have failed to stand by its decisions, and its leaders have been publicly discredited. I he leaders continue their denun elation of the law and have held meetings in London for that purpose, but this can only call attention to their failure to control the profession Medical trades unionism has received a knockdown blow. CABLEGRAMS May 17th 1913. London, 15. — Owing to a change in yesterdays programme, says the Daily Mirror, the King and Queen es;aped an alarming and possibly dangerous experience at Aide.The queen was to fire a mine consisting of 160 pounds of gunpowder by means of an electric button trom an iron shed fifty yards away. The charge was too dangerous to leave unexploded, so when it was known that their majesties would be unable to carry out that part of the programme, an order was given to fire it. Quantities of earth fell near the shed where the queen would have been and on the roadway where the kiug would almost certainly have been watching the explosion London, 15. — The foreign office is hopeful of an early settlement of the British claims against GuatefContinued on fourth page) I L


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Publication Date: Saturday, May 17, 1913
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LEON K. H. DUPI'CH,
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Advertisements under ihl lines as.
A HARD BLOW IX) I ME
DOCTORS,
English Doctor* nt Last Consent
li Wink for tfir Government,
The medical profession of Kng-
land, M well as of Ameiica, have
always fought any law which Im-iI
to regulate them Lawyers might
be regulated. business men mn.'ht
he brought within lire law, bat
d> dors have always tried to foster
Hie delusion that there w.is some*
thing supernatural and Mcred
about their work wlnrh put them
above the law.
So when the British Government
recant! derided to pats a nation,
al insurance law to provide cheap
medical attendance for the poor,
the Lnglish doctors at once began
toftght. The British Medical Asso-
ciation met and all agreed not to
accept the pay offeied by the gov-
ernment. Without any tluclorfl,
what on earth would tie govern,
inent do they a*r~e tors pledged themselves to stand
fast.
But Mr Lloyd George.the Chan
cellor of the L at all worried, and the new law
went into eflect. Of course the
doctors have backed down, have
wiggled out of their pledges and
have hurried lo put their names
on the government lists for posi-
tion.
The doctors started their oppo
sition by objecting to the medical
provisions of the law altogether
whin it was before I" rli,ment.
Finding that the\ cmi'd mil pre-
vent os ]MtMg*>, 1 liev made s ten
u 11s demands lot higher pav.
I heir protests were listened to
with great consideiatit n by Mr,
I loyd George in pit* of the vn
Imt Criticism Ui winch they hail
subjected his law. He agired to
increase the payment to the doc-
tors foi each insuied patient from
$1,08 yearly, the amount original-
ly proposer!, to $1.44 an con
ceded several Other points to them
Thtat concessions eie angrily
rejected by the doctor*, ami the
law went into effect in spite of
their protests.
A general meeting of the British
Medical Associaiion was held and,
under the guidance of the leading
members of the profession, most ol
ihun titled, they resolved not to
accept service under he govern-
ment. More than 27 OOC doctors
pledged themselves not to give
their services, I hev protatied
pai ticular ly ag.v.nst .lie provision
that they should be employ d by
the communes appointed bv the
government, I liey declare that
tllib (ir'.Mj'nii w.'is nil invasion of
I lie sac, eil personal and confiden-
tial relation between doctor and
patient. I hey claimed that they
must make their arrangements dt*
recily with the patients or their
societies.
From ibis |. 1111 an extraordi-
nary campaign agnintt tl"' law
was begun b\ the doctors.
Sandwich men were sent out
carrying boards denouncing the
Chancellor and the law. One
hoard bore th foolish inscription,
"ll> w long shall England be drag-
ooned by a I ally (Welshman) and
his brag and bluff?" A leading
skin specialist denounced the
Chancellor as a moral leper. Sir
Thomas Crosby, a doctor and
former Lord Mayor of London,
declaied that Mr. Lloyd George
was a disgraceto humanity,
A few weeks ago the doctors
began to fall away from their
pledge. The truth was tint the
opposition to the law was led by
the wealthy practitioners and
specialists, who saw in it a menace
to their iuterests. On the other
hand the ordinary English doctors,
w ' have hard work making a lie.
ing, discovered ih.it tin I w
very much to their deanthffe A
laige part of their business came
from lenevoleni Societies' arid
workmen's clubs. U.'.der the law
the amount allowed for each pa-
tient was more than double that
formerly paid b\ the clubs. More-
over, payment was certain, as it
came from the Government
At Bradford three times the
number of doctors required sent in
their names. At Sheffield one
hundred applied for the Govern-
ment woik. Finally about nine
tenths of all the doctors in the
Country rushed to accept the
advantages of the law.
One resu't of this collapse may
be the reorganization ol the British
Medical Association, as the Brit-
ish doctor'trades union is called.
Its members have failed to stand
by its decisions, and its leaders
have been publicly discredited.
I he leaders continue their denun
elation of the law and have held
meetings in London for that pur-
pose, but this can only call atten-
tion to their failure to control the
profession Medical trades
unionism has received a knock-
down blow.
CABLEGRAMS
May 17th 1913.
London, 15. Owing to a change
in yesterdays programme, says the
Daily Mirror, the King and Queen
es;aped an alarming and possibly
dangerous experience at Aide.-
The queen was to fire a mine
consisting of 160 pounds of gun-
powder by means of an electric
button trom an iron shed fifty
yards away. The charge was too
dangerous to leave unexploded, so
when it was known that their ma-
jesties would be unable to carry
out that part of the programme,
an order was given to fire it.
Quantities of earth fell near the
shed where the queen would have
been and on the roadway where
the kiug would almost certainly
have been watching the explosion
London, 15. The foreign office
is hopeful of an early settlement of
the British claims against Guate-
fContinued on fourth page)
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I HE T RIBUN E
TLhc tribune
We desire t
receiving from I
^acknowledge
r. II. S. Black
EMPIRE DAY
Saturday,
7. nm..
V
The other daj a German an
ship land< d b> mistake on the
1 reoch side of ihe border. I >n
April jjikI a German aero| lane
did the same thing. Hut the
n< h authocities on thy si at
were convinced that this ],.
ing was unintentional, {and the
biplane was released Bftd
ba k Three other aeropl
left Darmstadt along with the
above mentiooed our and they
too In-; their way, hut only this
one strayed into France. The
French and German Go\ ,
ments are now trying ti i
range matters as to prei
these regrettable incidents from
recurring.
The Budget Committee of the
German Reichstag has request-
ed the Cbancelloi to appoint a
Commission d Inquiry into all
army and navy < ontracts. Some
lirms that supply she Co
nient with war materials hat
to be kept going in peace tin
so that they m ij be availabl
in war tune, and the troubl
that to keep these iii being in a
tiui.: of peace, the military and
natal authorities arc tempt ,|
to sp< nd more mon< v on arma-
ment- than is ii. ary 1'iphi
Buch i ircumstances it.is e?s> F,o
orruption to i rei p in.
Mi. Lloyd 11 oi ge, in intro-
ducing hi. Budget tin, .
I inttd >.ut that since the i
sent iovernment assumed office
they hs/e reduced debt I
103,000,000 and yearly inter.
i "ii debt bj a,6oo,ooo. Fifty
years ago the National Debt
was 8ai millions pounds, n
it is 66i millions. '1 iie I- inam e
Bill w ill he a comparatively
Simple all,in. as no new I
':i to e impsoed. It will
taken up with the ic-mipoi
of the usu il annu il
On II in sda\ VpriJ a ,ih the
C anadian I (
itscl n ilution by
io8j 7.1 Mr. Borden's
Ministi v will ii)w be able to
ton e through then- Navy Ihll.
J.
Ihe Mail Steamer "Seguran-
ca" ste uncd from New York on
I lay at \ p. m. for Nassau
w ith 11 passengers and ;
barrels freight. Ihe steai
will proceed to Tatnpi
qf-C^ncJy Kitc,bm fa me,'sanies f His Excellency Governor ('.
of iiod Alc^nnuc Champagne, '5 Haddou-Smith will arrive o
Wine, Cordials, Liquers, Gin- the Eastern Parade at i p. m.
ger Beer, Stbdt, Al< & ., bever-! where the Eastern, Western, and
. iwfrich 6re very similar in Southern Fire Brigades will hold
eafance and perhaps in fla>|an Athletic meeting beginning
vour but without the bite of the'at i 30 p. rn. (Friday 33rd Maj i
"old sinner" 'whose names tin \ of which the following is the
carry, and for which they are a programme.
1.
j.
3-
5-
wholesome substitute. 'I >
desirablj pheasant b< vei
es.
Following are a few of the
j testimonials, by eminent Public
Analysts, to Kops produi
Dr. lames Edmun Is, M.D.,
[M.U.C.P."U is a pleasant.
who marvel-
lously like ordinary ale*'
rhe Fa i1 "Kops
Ale as a lion a tiolii tonic
I and stimulant maj challenge, '3- 2?'t"^'
[for purity and health giving
properties, all the beveragi
the world."
The Lancet:"Kops \le is a
carefully brewed product, and
rds in excelli ni and satisfy-
ing drink in hot weather, and,
while it contains all the tonic
and refreshing qualities of beer,
it can never lie ai cused of steal-
ing a march on the ii/ti II '
Dr. T. R. Allmshi. I..UA' P.:
"The beverage will, no doubt,
Throwing the cricket ball.
Putting 16 lb. shot.
fds. flat 1
1 ligh jump, running.
Long .,
I gg ami ice.
7. j j. 1 yard
- 100 rial)
i. Sack 1
1 130 yards I final 1
11. Costume race
13. ', mil
I mile.
1 I Obstacle lace.
r6. Bicj le Rai
17. Donkey ra
1 3, Ci ni latii h race (all >>in
PRIZE GIVING.
God Save The King
Starter:-H.C. Crawl rd I
Judges: M< ssrs 1 E. 11.
Dupuch, Thaddeus 'I oote, and
C l Farringti n.
Committee: Thi 01 ers of
I.: igftde and Mi ssrs b A
meet with approval roin those I, 1, n 1 1 1 ,,
, ... .' Koker, K Roberts, A I orbes, II.
who like a bitter drink. It is a .i- .,
substitute
ales.'.'
for light English
Ground was broken on Mon
day last for the erection of the
Wireless Teh-graph Towers and
the work is in pi
S. AGNES' CHURCH.
meutioneiLin pTtvtoiisxon tracts.
I lie-i-onip'any, it is said, is pre
ed to run a ten knot service
to ihe Bahamas and Cuba, sail
ing regularly once each month
from Montre il, 1 lalifax and St.
John in the summer time, and
from I lalifax and St. John in
u intei I he subsidy asked for
j such a service is, il is under-
stood, f . 0 whi hi $3,
than tie Canadian
t e <\ ernment has been | iaj ing in
the past. Aft.a arriving at Cub 1,
however, the company warn
harged. In
ether words, ihey desin ti 1
free om ihey h nple-
the down jour...... ti 1 Cuba,
ci argo foi an} place for
which it 1 an lie pro ured fur
tadaoi else . hi re 11 insistent
with its tion to have the
boal i one in Canada
to sail ag 1 n to the 1 >lai .'s men;
.11 the dates named. In
t. then request amount: to
I this : If a cargo is offering for
New York, 1 r instance, and
none for Canada, th re to'
able lo run to New York!
and not I* compelled to return.
' t< 1 Canada half full, qiuir-,
t( 1 full, or without
II, as as the effect of the
stipulation 1 ntaim d in the ar-
1 \| ired.
Comparison with the subsi-
c.. d by the Line w
: 1 U '. some eight years
ago, w ould show that, the sum
vhih it ;s understood the
Wilson, and T. Smith.
Passengei per vindwardmail Elder Dempster would continue
r- for In route tin 1- not unreasonable!
Trinity Sund
1 Ii ilj Communion, 7 a.m.
Mattnis, ,. ,o a.m.
for Jamaica : Mr. 1 )n\ id Pow-
ell.
'I HE CAN Mil \N-BAH MAS
CUBA SERVICE.
pcifllly so when one considi rs
the far highi for tonnage
th it have to be paid to day
'. than u s the case eight years
ago When 1 e service was m-
augu .1 d, itol only did Canada
Since reporting ihe contem- p1 s > .000 iyeai subsidy,bgt
rj tion ni the Elder- the Mexican Government paid
Dein'psl ell. Shortl
and i'ii..m.i it-, -i t ards, ........sideration oi
si ps taken by ihe the vessels calling at St. John,
Solemn Eucharist, i...;....m .....dianG.....inr-nt I thus providing that place
ul ihe Iii " communication
i iii- j with Cuba, the Canadian (iov-
it 1 end II t month |< l added ^3,500 to the
marks the end ol steamship original amount. Thus the
. mmunii m 1 1 amount the company
ui h these pl.u es until theG [| was
ernment radi all) chan es ii year, The call at the Bahamas
,| iie in i\ be di scribed as an act of
matter. Imp' rial grai e, no such stipula-
. Apparently the Government's tion being made at the tim
rch.
I' itecliism, i.l j p.m.
Solemn I nsong, S rmon
and I' 1 .m.
\UDLEY J 'l (VVNE,
Ri
The Moter "Frani es E" left
I a Miami this momingwitli the
' following passengers:
Misses Dons Elliott, and
Lillian Saunders, "Mesdames
Julia Saunders, and Maria
Elliott, Messrs G Ascioni, James
: Brown, John Browa, Ronald
1 l ersyth, and Arthur Sands 1
reason for allowing the service
to' fall into desuetude Arise*
from the amount of subsidy re-
quired, and the desire expressed
by the shipping company for
different conditions in regard to
return journej than th
making the contract, it being
i.ide on a request being n-< eiv-
d to this ell. it hy the Cana-
an Government from the
lOVI 1 ninent of the l'ah imas, a
quest to which tire Flder-
U>mpster voluntarily acceded,
Mi


ni-i' "Lk I
an,I fox which no subsidj was
vi revived A great Is restrict-
i 'I hi ome followed tin- tion <>l' l'i I. hi 11,.,/. ].,. mi
der In- r, Presi I nl \A
deiro, the man just a-- lssh n
Me > >ubsi tinued. This (a> t. 101
with t C tadi in (In
ment's stipulation tli i1 i > Line
mtinne to rim tn Mex i< r>, and
that ili' b its i
return ian ports,
lias i' hip people con
tend, cm i I | unpro-
fitable, a fat t evidenced bj I
pr< fi |
rathei than c itinue il
the old conditi i "('
West India M
191
THE V\ 1 I.id AND
LAUNCHED.
\ l'i .1 at the
I lamburg-Amei an Steamship
I >mpany 0 fii e in New York
on April ;i I. fro
'i Han burg announced the
1 of the second
"I the thi 1 U 1 1 tht
Iiii| lass, Tne ship was
named the Vaterland by Pri
Rupert, "i li ivaria, w ho perfor-
1. I the chi 1 1 my,
'I he V lerl id's laum h
weight m .1^ 11 .." leiiv 1 in
gross tonn ige will be ovei s".-
tons I lei length i~, 900 feet,
width i" i et, height fi
to masthead ; has
foui si tews, di i\ en by turbi n
engines, gi> peed nf
-'.' I nanii' I mil 'in. S
1- now th 1 ihip
in tin' woi Id, bi
"i than ila Impi rator, I
\ aterland will < une out in the
on 1 1. .' third
!. th< 'I thr thn
m i'ii ,. In a onstruc-
tion the Vati 11 in.1 1 I"- lv re-
p, the Im-
perator.
Both hip: be n built
with an inn | ,,n. I' n un.i .1
double hull wlm h i- carried
highabovi the water line I
hulls .in' con trui ted of beav)
steel plati <>i unusual stren I
Tin' "Vaterland," li!.'' the "lm-
perator," will be equipped with
searchlights \ei v>v i an-
die powi 1, i!u- largest ever i pii
structed, which will In' can i' rj
high up 1 archlights will I-.- visible foi
thirty mil. s ai bi a, ami will en-
able the lookout in illuminate
an object at a distance of seven
miles. Both the "Vaterland"
and the "Imperator" are sup
plied with two crow''; nev\ the 1
u|>|"i one
b I i n g
lookout to
maiij mil <\ taut. Th prea\
liner .\ ill h 'I with
"iir life! .1 11 h will
I || 1* hi-di-
ll boats, cnpahle
I 11 motor
boats I ''1 tin-1
'ah over
1 I ;< >| ill--.
I bulkli : ire
both longitudinal and
n f 11. 11
I
loul 1
trolled fn Igi \
\ further saf '''el
Com 1 1 C' im-
led v to I
l|i'\ Mil'
1 S me idea
of tlv ize ol the V
terlaud lined Fn >m the
i: 1 the 1 u Idei of
; Imperator.
T h '.ill
feel ['he rudder
'"ii-,, and thi
jhs 1 to
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it it is so delii atelj bal-
ed ind controlled that it
In- wun 1 to side
with a touch "t the wheel on
th" hiidge n .nl\ one-fifth of a
mile aw a v.
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ON I in sdav, Jin '
the I 13 of I lis Ma
the King, His Ex
the G 1 wil I In 'li! 1 1'
al 1 ii wei mm nt I lou
noon till 1 pan.
Gentlemen att< 1 thi h
I 11 (in i
form 1 evenine tl
; Cam mil als, and members
of the Bar, wigs
()rders, and m
worn.
(ientlemeti an I to
bring visiting 1 1
be hai:ded to
(.'amp
\V. IV IIADIH INSMITH,
1
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Aide-de-Camp,
1
WANTED.
'WO Female Workers, al Bail
lej '1 1,1 iloi ing listabliihnieni
1 1 Geo
FOR SALE.
A FISHING SM U K, in t,'"'"1
condition. Qood Sails,
14 feet keel1> fed ovei iill6',
fael wide. Apply "Tribune."
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
YERAGES.
AND ST< 'ii.
1 1 1'
Hops(cu .ill the t a'
viliH' 1 'I .1 li- in I Sti mi t 'nit W 11 !i-
uiii the 1 ice 6d.
lie, i-.
LIME 'HAMPAGNE.
Pini iii rt 1
SP \KK IN i V 1.; N in \\[\l'.
Pll
GINi iii ft A.V.i ilN'i .! R BF E R
r .-.
SI'Kt I \l. PRICKS BY THE
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s.ii.ii \ 1 r.i.\' K'S
D St,
I'll!-. \ \SSAC l \NDY
KITCHEN.
H. S. BI. \( K, Akuh.
iUYd" Cutlery
,1 fm* .iss-n 1 inent ol 1
ItAZOKS
1 ,-' Kl vf
i'hi k': Kuies
Butcher Km\
Bread Knives,
Carving Sets in (lases,
11,. 1
SCIsS< >i>N
Idi sale liy
Chas. E Albury.
F'l i r N I). On the 'Northern
Mud, an Open Sponging
l', it, about 15 feel keel, Vbai n
model, painted white outside, blue
h.iiisuiii. I he 1 Iwnei >\ 1I1 1
commuaicata with ,
II IK COMMISSIONER,
N'icollsO^own, \ndros.
Th^ Committee of iheChnmber
of Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, m th- Canadian F.xhlbl-
llon. at Toronto. Aii|>iisl and Sep-
lemlier. of ihis year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombus" on aate at
the exhibition as named above.
Exhibitors. Business men gene-
rally. Lodging House Keepers.
Boarding House Keepers.Owners
of places to rent as winter resi-
dences. Owners of Boats, etc..etc..
would do well to advertise In the
Exhibition Number and bring their
business to the notice of the mmv
thousands of Canadians who will
visit this exhibition, and who are
a growing factor in our tourist
business.
Special rates. Space should be
secured early.
More than two thousand of this
issue will be printed which will
make it the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published in
he Bahamas. No one who has
1 anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombus."
MlL'K

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THE TRIBUNE
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mala The latest dispatches recei-
ved from the British Minister, Sir
Lionel Garden, indicated that a
satisfactoiy reply to the British de-
mand was anticipated in a day or
two.
I he ministers instructions au-
thoize him tocall on aBntishwar-
sq'pjshould he tbink its presence in
Guatemalan waters desirable.
Salonika, 15.-The British cru-
iser Gloucester left here to-day a
full speed for Smyrna after th
receipt of an urgent summons from
that city. Disturbances at Smyrna
are threatened.
London, 15The Daily Tele-
graph devotes an article to the pro-
posed visit of the American fleet to
Mediterranean ports eariy next
year. It says that British hospital-
ity will be extended to the crews
at Gibraltar and Natal, and pro-
bably one Egypiian port. In the
opinion of the Telegraph the visit
of theAmerican ships will have the
effect of inducing the British gov-
ernment to modify its present po-
licy of continuous concentration of
the naval power in home waters
which many officers consider in
jurious to the spirit and character
of the service,
London,i5.Militants this even
ing set fire to the oigan of the old
parish church of Penn, Bucking-
hamshire. The flames were extin-
guished before thev spread to the
church.
Hastings, 15.A joint demon
stration of the tax resisters league
nd suffragettes held here today as
a protest against the sale of be-
longings of these who refused to
pay taxes, was broken up by a
mob. The women were rouehlv
handled. B 3
f RPQt ami fnitlfYirf for thp mother and health for the baby
ivtrai ana vuiuiui l follow the U8e of the .A1Ienbury8. Foodg.
They resemble healthy human milk in composition, nutritive value and digestibility.
Babies fed on the "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive well.
^Ulenburg,
c)
IWI
MILK FOOD No. 1. MILK FOOD No. I. MALTED FOOD No. 3. The 'All*nhnry- RUSKS (Malted)
From birth to S ninth*. From S to 6 month.. From I month, upwards From 10 month* upwtrda.
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES.
V Pamphlet "Infant Feeding and Management'' aent free.
ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND.
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September B
THE Committee appointed by
the Chamber of Commerce
to organize the Bahamas Exhibit
would be glad to receive offers
from intending Exhibitors of any
of the undermentioned articles, as
well as any others that might re-
eommend themselves for the pur-
pose :
Sisal Fruit
Sponge Mats
Canned Pine-apples Shells
Canned Tomatoes Curios
Preserves, various Woodl
Plants, potted Carvings
Cigars Tortoise Shell
Cettinje, 15.An international
naval force commanded by Vice
Admiral Cecil Burne of the British
Navy, took possession today of the
fortress of Scutari.
Seward, Nebraska, 15A tor-
nado, which look f toll of ten lives
mjured thirty odd persons and des-
troyed more than a thud of the
town, occurred shortly before six
o'clock this afternoon' Reports to-
night say that the towns of To-
maro Lushton, Graftmi and Mr-
Cool Junction were wiped nut
\ 0 T I C E.
THI^ is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in (ieneial
tint I have opened my I'ublic
Black Smith Shop; and am now
. leady to do anything in the line ot
(General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
,Mechanicallv.
P. A. Huvler,
453 Bay Street. East (Wharf)
Tobacco Tortoise Shell Wuik
Bark Cotton
Shell Basket Wark.
All Exhibits must be in the
hands of the Committee in time
lor the Steamer leaving this port
August 1st, 1913.
Apply to
CHAS. E. ALBURY.
Chairmnr.
CHAS. I. ABBOTT,
Secretary.
Why import Butter
from New York ?
It costs more than <;octs. per lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44Cts. per lb. and weight
guaranteed.
NEW VOR.K HOUSE
w
ANTED.House Servant.
Good Wages.
Apply "Tribune Office."
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
WE would iform aP who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h.rtd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatr?
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
Ihese Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. I.. SAUNDERS A Co.
Bav Sree
FOR SALE BY TENDER.
ONE Half of that desirable
Building Lot on the Eaiteili
side of Mackay street, fronting on
Bay-stieet 81 fee!, Bud runm: g
southwardly 13^ feet.
The right is reserved to reject
the whole or any of the lenders.
render* will be leceived by
I. M KNOWLES,
528 East Ray street, until the 31st
May, 1913.
FOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE with bath room at
lacked and all out door convert
lenrus including a Tank.
I. isi Street, South, opposite
Nassau Priaoii,
rtpplv to
lOS, LA IXC,
Blue Hill St. South
FOR SALF. OR RENT.
THAT comfortable Dwelling
House on Deveaux Street
near Bay,
For particulars and terms, com-
municate with
FRED. N. BOWE,
"The Forest," Exuma.
Also
An almost new PianoBest
Make. Apply as above.
W. A. MATHER.
ONDERTAKER.
DINIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that he ha.
just received n complete outfit ol
hi ilities for the business of an un-
il- (taker, which places hiin in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
svstem and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that they
are the very lowest for first class
work.
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
Th. urn w. stores.
Closing SaJe of Seaaona Goods.
High Class Good* at vary reduced
price*.
Beautiful Irleh Le.ce* and
Insertion*. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite deglgns
Geieh*. Crepe* with Lacss to
match. Irish Hn.n.1 Em-
broidered Hobes e.nd Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linens
White and Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suitings.


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