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T 11E T R I D I) N E Zhc tribune I icav. May 20. 1913. Cbii raging with amazing swiftness. Actually the Ciovernment has asked Christians everywhere to pray for China at sinner of Governor's Harbour, Mr. and Mrs. R. Tynes Smith I"' l ." particularly the Vote for a tea( |„. r ,„ %  ,,,i„. r ,,,.^,,,1 to de. were among the Ipanengers per I Wirelts telegraph station n %  Ir ; n< ] or receive any Scbjk>1 fees Nassau which he hoped would ; because of the frei atti hdance proved neat benefit to the Colofchildrenat the Public S I Is om and also a Financial su %  n f til ,. Colonv, therefore all such Resolved that the questions f ees should be abolished, v asked l,v Mr. Williams this j not the children of the Grant-in S. S. "Seguranca" this rnornin Mr. S mith being President of the .1. S. Johnson Co., is here on his usual visit in connection with the canning of pineapples. mmandai t of Polii e with a number of his men "^'' I land at fivi •ck, m the afternoon with hand punips and worked until o'clock. Exhibition, We hear that the\ have fit e ip| licantsfrom which their Selei tion will be made. The friends of The Eastern n and VV stei n V lunteer r in Bi. M les, and I e public re coi lially invited [ive their pi at tin I tern Parade on Empire 11 in the afternoon. J> Mid Steamer "Seguranved this morning fro a New York with the following igers: — Miss Alberta Malcolm ; Mes ies Ab'ne Malen, and Mar. Smith ; Messi s ieoi %  • %  M Lachlan, Labron Moore, Willis Sturrup, Robert Smith and Frank Tibben : (Rev. lean Roerig (9) and 3 in trai for Tampieo. May aoth S. S. "Vigilancia' sailed in o'clock this morning Tuesda> from Havana for Nassau, lias two passengers. J We never see tl ;ep er on our streets now Why IIOX norsr OI-AS^I.MP.I.V. Monday I vetting 19, Apiil i'ii The 1 louse met a< 1 ordin adjournn enl Present Thi 11 nble I he Spe iker et al. Mr. I>< thel from the Comniil tee appointing on the 13th inst to cany the Message of the House of that date conveying l , oclock, and probablv > the Votes of Indemnity for %  •' I the "Saratoga from c' l,; tion as the fire came I to it. The setting sun was darkened by the dense Bm >ke of the hre and at night the rlouds were illumined by the hind glare of the fire. es \i c, 3o. 5 for the Bahamas Gi n ttrlv eral Hospital and £"565 for the Wireless Telegraph Station, reported the delivery thereof and that His Excellency was pleased to say that he thanked the 1 louse for both Votes of Indem.. ciiii-. Ling and the answers Riven ai | g h .olsthei I King thereto „ Fifth, as well as the P 1 Sw ting 1 ted a p children of the Publi Schools? tition bom Mr. Henry Lewis \| ;1S j, His Excellency the Reeves, late li r for a Qovernoi in Council and the pension on his pers in il allow( , „ ure t0j?ive ,,, tlK < Iiant 5 read and ordered t >,;,,,! • lers al I two thirds "I 'li %  Mian paid to the " 1 t ,f Mr. Bowen the p petition of Mr. |() kee „ lhem from thoraas Wool praying foi a small |" iisiou was referred to a Sele< t Committe, Vit:— Messrs Bow en Addei i Williams. 1 )n motion nf Mi. Sand nors Message No j 1 n I.i to :. m fn'a starving thing to 1 it as well as the Public School teach11 they I ime I me i I Ion iurable Men 1 1 the I Ion \ mblj would j up m usstai vin 1 rea live to the site foi a C „| |„ l :; ,_, p,,. ,. which the B ird of Work-, ; n iry in dition to the VVestei n Cem I 1 refi rred to a Si lei I Committee. Messrs I iamblin, 1 r. John>n Curry, W. C. 1*.. Johnson and an( j wosm ,.. ,,.",, n , a Anderson appointed Comniil I the 1 '!> now in Session. \\ e are mad" up just like any of the Public School Teachers, U| 1 and the same '.anus to keep us alive 1 .0:. irdingly. Mr. Weech m ive I that the petition of Mr. John II Bel praying for a pension based on two p TSI mal allowam bi lect comn itt ie. Mr. Brie move I an a menl thai lid pel iti n d And thi ition 1 %  li lie; 11 a; (|, It passed in I Mr. m the Commit' %  n I < iovei iv 'is No. 1 ti '" I hi1 h %  • cei lain uipplemeni 1 i*s Hie Hoard nf Wan I '11 I a 1 ,f: :;.' at the South I. corner "f WigiMa mil Virgini 1 CHANGEFQR rHEBETI bR 1 \!-., I GR V.MS M i) 20th 1 1 Newmai ket. 18. A brilliant I party was in • 'I to day in the the ; no lection sterda) h >i the N market divis on ol C-n chire. The I Inio list late itcs to 11 1 foi ilie Liberal nominee. election vas held on upied by the la' iai I iV Idi'i 1, a Liberal, wh 1 di I ^pril aoth. West, I 1 I fl 1 g 111 from I • 11 e 11 the a pn ich States to Cuba fr m Kej V\ tern ( letei toHai an 1 was m 1 Ie to claj by for thi G .'ernor in ( for Domingo Roasillo. He left f.orn C liters ol Publi the ti 1 min il ol the I'lorida East Sound Eleuthera, Co is< Raili >ad hi re at I i pi I he I Ion. adjourned to ". t 4 foi t, 1. o'clock tins morning a 1 I an 1 ved at li' %  ; %  iti..u in I lavana t 8,10 a, m. Current, Island, Washington, 1 v The Japan. a< itiations over the Cali Dear Mr. Editoi Will you Kindly allow me space m youi 1 iteemedc


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1 I I Wh I %  !/./ ut Hi iV Cla 11 %  '' : i n, the of our genial hard I n<\ rtn pajje 4 has jusl ac( epted a posil ui--'' they know thai |. Muiiiin i .i inlfwit, discount, and i ial il hi like the lefl i i kii .; a I all nan at all. Il WAS a llin,'" i was like almost evi ry firsi j >n of a toili i. When you apply for your fir | • rum, er that nothing short of the Go.l i le for your getting a cham i l i work an [>lai l' prepare I to woi \ with i iv until vou actually pro* i r ii,ht to a sal i if VOJ can g t an opportunity to try. ing the i days b) Ami i ican g rum ut with .i view t, repleuislim • <,.. oal for the use of A warships on tin I'acifi Coa t. This sudden uctivit) on the part "I the navy d mt is regarded in sit i an null',ill pa that a demon in I Pacific is conti inflated. K'li' ims, i I'hei ham commi rceof I a protest t>> da} t i the l""n govi the t.u ill bill now In Congress. Panam i, it A resume i >l the w>i k ,i ie to (I ill' on the canal shov 500,000 cubn irds ol earth yet to be I'M. 11 ati .1 in the < !uli Cut. f he i< 1 k ;at< per cent completed. Sands'SruDio (' : %  s \^/ IIH n Berlin, 1 11 %  11 rig Hand ingcontn >\ ersy bet ween (ireat Britain and Germany in con nection with the Bagdad rail way is approa :hing a speed} settlement. I Ins is the iufi filiation contained in an official statement issued here. London, 18.—Dr. Anna Shaw, i addressing a suffragette meeti mg in Westminster last night, *FUSSELL' b COINDewSEP M I U\ f^e p ftlOTERFL\ '"fPABEO BV .„ FUSSELL8fC-t> XnHWAY&l' 0 ABOUT WOO BOOK % %  < .. T11L\ %  HOME! cine OF MEN'S AILMENTS ? REEBYMAH. %  rrHSWTOALIYM.• <\ man. auhTerinc from any mn • % %  •• %  "•>, tt • %  copy of this Won*Jrfwl r— 3oh. IL t. il le word* bow in< man ran rfv-tf.l> cut* In ich dif-JUMM w> Klood Poiwmtlu pr.t*d or A< nflB ham nt I'uwtir, Nervouii I %  J>i..ty. Indlh*-r %  • % %  • (VinUtfiou* D.*#mv. the AfUr-*ff-cttof F-l I rm, KMO*? and Bui tyi* %  uf7er*-tl; how old or atui-V-wrn v ITO failed to find nUft ••• how u,sr.*ira*Ml a* •d you are -M boo* will b. • r.v.L.lon *ho|* sncwlNMunlift. It m ehuek full of I luHie and adTiew— jut th* things jru P*< >m. If yna w.nt roQF •ItJ-tlm* IIMNI -. ivi-nth -•si. *.i.l RIGHT NOW fur you. %  .•*t miti.d PRCE, poatpaxl > BB. JOS. LISTFP I BE******" • 1 SHg. CI,.H, illt.. U i-A 'i I t of won in I had satisfiedthe l*le ol the United St l 1 the ballot voul I • |y I %  %  %  M women v ng voted lu\\ 1. London, 18.— I lie deli tte "homl -" bich d rended up< m London \< appears to hav< 11 • %  an mg iient. %  Six ho'ixps w re 1 I in Lond 'ii (I in I ficial vii i make merely a "1 in SES Thursda; th only. £40 A MONTH Be Your Own Boss if >.. rn :i 1 riL' km ID a 1 I .' \ tf>; %  %  aw. alwa)* HOW WO %  \ UKI n" frnrr I -. 1 • trlp.aisv 1 1 1 . %  1 1 up i_' 1 %  1 r< 1 1 < %  l UN Ol tllmn or to your i Hand t litll(i\C.v: rn.. SO RJ %  i> outfit nt'd ^ tbJi WONDEE1 loo to %  %  %  1 n mnll, full i-ifnrm. LFD i 1 proofi ! \ V r TO-I)\Y, t. iMCWlt, IfV "! Ottl VwYtrk.USL IPOPUlARl %  %  Fop WILLIAMS' l \RI DETTER. USE OF Typewriter Magazine b • uiiiki-iact rl eating Fiction %  YCO CN iTAMD IT" 'A i.!<. ... WorU't any tun 1 ular Mechanic! Maffazinc AMV"" M %  It appei %  nrfuBi to know 250 PAGES FACM MONTH T,00 pfCTtmtr 200 ARTICLCS Of CCNUiai. IKlCHCftT Tlic "Shop Nolts" Dcpeirtm.-n' srives c: 1 v r to do thins %  '' uteful Articles lor home in 'Amnlfur Mrchanirs 00] howtO make MuBlon furn.tui cngini-!-. n thtngi %  By mail, per j ar (2.00 K'.t>W. WRITE TOR rmrv. SAMPLE COPY TODAY LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FOR PARTICULARS WRITE BROWN'S HOME STUDY SGHOOt EIGHTH AND PIKE. SI. LOUIS, r I'Di'l'LAH MECHANICS CO. lit u \\ it nsion M < l!l M.O A i II I T I f I N T A I. K 8 Pli'y uf thei* now famous articles botKid In bonk form— p.iBtAboard covra-'<4 PftCMh with nn Insplrlng itu.nay.mAklnir auggo?* lion on each pat/a. Mailed pr. 8lh and rm"'i SI. I.oula Mo. L



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Bahamas ;in.1 Cuba on the datethat may he specified, we can see no | n si I le harm lliia arrangement would dn in I" an >' case, licmein bnlliint ma) he the imaginative pmvrrs, well an e done piesent and proapective Canadian trade in the Bahamas and Cuba if this avenue of communication is not so restored. —"Canada West Indian Magazine" April J KOPS ~ NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE AND STOUT. A delicious Drink brewed from Hops containing all the tonic value of ale and Stout but without the after effects, price 6d. bottle. 5>. do/. LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7Jd. Quarts tod. SPARKLING V \1.1 MO WINE. Pints 7|d. Per do/. 5s. GINGER All. & GINGER BEER Pints 6d. Per doz 5s. SPECIAL PRICES BY II If CASKS. SOLD AT BLACK'S 222 Bay St. and THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. II. S. BLACK, Agent I Hi MM.' Com mi lice of the Chamber of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibition, at Toronto, August and September, of thia year, have decided to place a Special Exhibition Number of "The Strombua" on aale 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 1 heir business to the notice of the maey thousands of Canadians who will visit this exhibition, and who are a. growing factor in our tourist businessSpecial rates. Space should be secured early. More than two thousand of this issue will ba printed whir 1 will make it the most valuable advertising 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 "The Strombua." IT/P. would .form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we n VV have OH h.n.l BO extensive Stock ol *VAN J l £t *" KUHranteeoor brand to be made of the finest Havana and sums Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. .... . I hese Cigars are manufactured .... oui premise, by skilled workn ,d ,reat pain, are taken to produce an article ol superior qu-l iy. The success we have .net with in the past leads usconfidentlj loejrj the patronage <>[ connoiseurs I L SAUNDERS ft Co, yay Str FOR SALE OR RENT. T HAT comfortable Dwelling House on Dcveaux Street, near Bay, For particulars and terms, communicate with FRED. N. BOWL, The Forest," Exuma Also An almost new Piano —Best Make. # Apply as above. Exhibition TORONTO 1913 August 23 to September S T HE Committee appointed by good O UR "Royal" H Btand Ilour selhn< FOR SALE. A FISHING SM*.CK,_ in condition. Good Sails. 14 feet keel 19 feet over al' feel wide. Apply rribuot." THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STOKE lousehold ig gt 2d pence i>or lb. and 30S. per bag of 196 lbs. "Golden Star Flour ] lbs for 3fd. an I "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs for 3id. Centennial Flour per bag 28s. Pigg Keel in Vinegar at 7l ifll Tortoise Shell W rlt Cotton Shell Baskei Wotlc. All Exhibits must be in the finnds of the Committee in time lor the Steamei leaving this p August IM, 191,. \pi CHAS. I ILBURY, Cliairmnr, CHAS. I or ABBOI r, Secret.! rv. Sheffield Cutlery a fine assortment of: RAZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets ia Cases, and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E Albupy. \Y O Why import Butter from New York? It costs more than soctb. per lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at -nets, per lb. and weight guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE ANTED. House Servant. Good 9 age. Appl} "I ribune < Iffice." FOR SALE BY TENDER. \F. Hall of that de*i Building L"t "ii 'he Kastem me of Macka\ street, froiilinu on ,.„,, 3 Ire', md tunei K southwardly 1 ',5 feel. I he riglii ix reserved "• "V" ilie whole m %  < ny nl i 1 lenders. I %  : ;.• %  receive 1 l_ M KSOWLES ,,-t Buv sin •'. """ ''"" 3'-' May. '.3. KOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING lit (ISF w itll bath room at lrhed anil all -ut door conven. ifiictj n< iding a 1 link, I .,. Sireet, "MUith, opposite N.IS-.-H !'. isort, \pp'v Mi lo>. LAING Blue Hill61 South l?l) Li N I). — >n the Northern r Mud, an Open Sponging Boat, about is fet keel, Abac model, painted white outside, blue transom. The Owner will please communicate with ,__ THE COMMISSIONER, Nicolls Town, Andros. Williams Shoes Are BETTER W \. MATHER. UNDERTAKER. D ESIRES to inform nil *"<:*4I and the Public ih .1 IK just received a COin| lele < titilt facilities foi the business ol an dertaker, which pla ^ hiui |KisiiMiii to carry out Funerals mav he entrusted lo Ins rare system and despau h ". and res fully solicits their patronagi • in Pi ICI S firsl and prove 'ha' are the ve:v lowest fo fli work. • 1 c r lll> .1 ni NOT I C E. s is to inform my Pal I the Publu in I "'i lull I have Opened i"\ Pi 1 Smith Shop; and am ready to do anything m the In General repair 01 new work II shoeing Specially. All work 1 Media men 11 v. P. A. Huvler, ire1 East (Wlia ,5.1 P... REPUDIATION. LAING, —My wife Christina I. having left mv home without tual consent, I therefore will hold myself responsible for debts transacted in my mwfl her. MAL ACHI LAINGJ A race is no better thai women



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• rt ft T"' ISS CO 0) o 7) CO +-> CO •a-S. £ 0 NVJIIIVJI A.1,11. ins |\irare in verba m&fllatri. Being bound to iweni to the Uogm&t of no Master. VOL. X. k\l. N. P.. Be.ho.mo.9. Tueado-y. May 20. 191V No. 151 LEON E. H. IHJP1 CM. EDITOR AND PHOPRIIIUB OFFICE • 38 u MAKKKT STRUT Nassau N. I"-. BAHAMA*. 1". 11. tk>> 1 •• PUBLISHED DAIL1. Monday, Wednesday and Frida) %  ingle ropy ..• |' Weekly ... -* i • i Monthly .. i-i'i Quarterly • %  HalfYearlv ... s ~ Yearly PAYAM.K IN Al>\ \ its AdvettisiiiK Rates: n • I"" for first insertion ; tbm lim 'orsecond insertion; ami IMI* \muu) |iCI line fur subsequent insert m Advertisements undei via. lit lines 41. CANADA-BAHAM VrwiUBA STEAMSHIP SERVICE. I'd hear that any country in these days of keen competition, is prepared 10 allow steamship communicatina to cease between it and countries present.ng great trade opportunities, would be a matter for surprise. Yei tins is exactly the position that has ausen with Canada's steamship commu. nication with she markets if the Bahamai end Cuba. Since reporting the fact in our lal issue, that the Elder-Dempster line weie conlemplating the discontinuance of then service, doe it is said to the attitude of the Government, a de finite decision to stop the service has been reached, and the last steamer the company intend to iun sailed late last month. Thus today Canada has absolutely no direct.communication with the Bn tish Colony of the Bahamas, and beyond a call by the Pick ford and Black line at Santiago, none whatever with Cuba. Why the Government have allowed the service to drop we can not understand. Here are two places, lying, one may say, right at the very doors of Canada, not only already buying large quantities of goods fiom Canada, but abounding with opportunities whereby Canadian trade can be increased. Already the Bahamas import ?64,000 of goods from Canada every year. With Cuba, Canada does a much vaster trade. Last year Cuban imports o (Canadian goods amounted to no less than $2,025,000, winch is only $23,000 less than the total Canadian cxpnts to Franca. Giving some indication of the prospects Cuba's markets hold out to Cana da, this trade has increased from $576,000 in 1901. To tins trade with Cuba and the Bahamas, direct Communication has undoubtedly contributed handsomely. It is, therefore, incomprehensible that the Government should allow it to be withdrawn. It is not the prrnmt trade only, however, that must be remembeied in considering the effects of the Government's decision. Both the Bahamas and Cuba present great opportunities for increased Cana diSO tiade. Out of a total import last year amounting in 1912 to $ 1,513/00 into ''"* Bahamas last year, $990/00, 01 65 per cent. Cime from the United States. though tuba haa Reciprocity Treaty, under whirli many goodi .if a kind produced in Canada are admitted al privileged duty rates when coining from the United Siates, this does not by any means close the doer lu Canadian trade. The handsome trnde Canada already does with I uba, sn the fHCl that countries other than the United Sntes supply $56,000,000 ol her 113,01 0,000 requiiements, is alone sufficient indication of this. So f.ir as the Bahamas an %  %  %  carned, that Canadanol >mh produces hut could xupply, H large propertion of the goods now coming lo that Colony from theUiiitedStatas is a fart in which Sii William (irev Wilson, the late Governor of the 'Bahamas, gave testimony in a speech he mide two years ago in Toronto : while as regards Cuba, not only have the Cuban Consul and the Canadian agent at Havana spoken similarly, but some Canadian merchants in the West India business believe, that tue opportunities of the Republic for incieased Canadian trade even outview those offered by some of the more important British Colonies. The realisation of these admittedly great oppoitunities is certainly not going to be brought nearer by the absence of direct communication. Weighing up the whole situation, we 1 .-onfess we are at a loss to understand the Government's attitude in 'he matter. If it is due, as is said, to some objection to the amount ol subsidy required, considering the $50,000 asked is only equal to the amount the Government have paid before, and that it certainly is very much less than the $102,500 the line received from various countries when it was first inaugurated, the sum could not be considered other than reasonable even if ordinary conditions prevailed to-d ly in t %  < shippint; world. Ordinary condil do not pre* sil %  howi rer, in the shipping world to day. I onnage rates air verj much higher than they were eight years ago when the first contract was drawn up. In fact, it is a g >od many years ago since they have been anything lite so high as now. It is doubtful whether the making of the Mexi can call optional, instead of compulsory as in the past, even compensates for these increased rates. Consequently, if the Governments objection is based round the amount of subsidy they would be required to pay, if the amount was not considered excessive in the first instance, it certainly cannot be considered excessive now. It may be the Government have adopted the attitude they have because of the desire expressed by the i ompany to have their obbgations cease once tiny nave reached Cuba, instead of having to sad straight back to Can .da "without touching at any foieign port 00 the way," as they had tq do under the old contract. From the special nature of this service, it is difficult lo see any advantage devolving to Canada by insisting upon the old provision if sofhcient cargo for Canada is not forthcom ing, for in effect tins obliges the vessels to sail the whole wav I s i< whethet hall full, quartei lull, or without any cargo at all. So I as the boats are compelled to take all the cargo offering, for Canada, so long as the Company agree to make the Bahamas' call on the homeward run, and provided they undertake to have the vessals back in time to again depart for the (Continued on fourth paI L


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Being bound to iweni to the Uogm&t of no Master.
VOL. X.
k\l. N. P.. Be.ho.mo.9. Tueado-y. May 20. 191V
No. 151
LEON E. H. IHJP1 CM.
Editor and PhopriiiuB
OFFICE 38 u MAKKKT STRUT
Nassau N. I"-. Bahama*.
1". 11. tk>> 1
PUBLISHED DAIL1.
Monday, Wednesday and Frida)
ingle ropy .. | Tuesday, Thursday an.I Sati rrlaT-
ingle Copy >'
Weekly ... -* i i
Monthly .. i-i'i
Quarterly ......
HalfYearlv ... s~
Yearly ......
PAYAM.K IN Al>\ \
its
AdvettisiiiK Rates: n I""
for first insertion ; tbm lim
'orsecond insertion; ami imi* \muu) |iCI
line fur subsequent insert m
Advertisements undei via. lit lines 41.
CANADA-BAHAM VrwiUBA
STEAMSHIP SERVICE.
I'd hear that any country in
these days of keen competition, is
prepared 10 allow steamship com-
municatina to cease between it
and countries present.ng great
trade opportunities, would be a
matter for surprise. Yei tins is ex-
actly the position that has ausen
with Canada's steamship commu.
nication with she markets if the
Bahamai end Cuba. Since report-
ing the fact in our lal issue, that
the Elder-Dempster line weie con-
lemplating the discontinuance of
then service, doe it is said to the
attitude of the Government, a de
finite decision to stop the service
has been reached, and the last
steamer the company intend to iun
sailed late last month. Thus to-
day Canada has absolutely no di-
rect.communication with the Bn
tish Colony of the Bahamas, and
beyond a call by the Pick ford and
Black line at Santiago, none what-
ever with Cuba.
Why the Government have al-
lowed the service to drop we can
not understand. Here are two
places, lying, one may say, right
at the very doors of Canada, not
only already buying large quanti-
ties of goods fiom Canada, but
abounding with opportunities
whereby Canadian trade can be
increased. Already the Bahamas
import ?64,000 of goods from Ca-
nada every year. With Cuba, Ca-
nada does a much vaster trade.
Last year Cuban imports o (Cana-
dian goods amounted to no less
than $2,025,000, winch is only
$23,000 less than the total Cana-
dian cxpnts to Franca. Giving
some indication of the prospects
Cuba's markets hold out to Cana
da, this trade has increased from
$576,000 in 1901. To tins trade
with Cuba and the Bahamas, di-
rect Communication has undoubt-
edly contributed handsomely. It is,
therefore, incomprehensible that
the Government should allow it to
be withdrawn.
It is not the prrnmt trade only,
however, that must be remembeied
in considering the effects of the
Government's decision. Both the
Bahamas and Cuba present great
opportunities for increased Cana
diSO tiade. Out of a total import
last year amounting in 1912 to
$ 1,513/00 into ''"* Bahamas last
year, $990/00, 01 65 per cent.
Cime from the United States.
though tuba ha- a Reciprocity
Treaty, under whirli many goodi
.if a kind produced in Canada are
admitted al privileged duty rates
when coining from the United
Siates, this does not by any means
close the doer lu Canadian trade.
The handsome trnde Canada al-
ready does with I uba, sn the
fHCl that countries other than the
United Sntes supply $56,000,000
ol her 113,01 0,000 requiiements, is
alone sufficient indication of this.
So f.ir as the Bahamas an car-
ned, that Canadanol >mh produces
hut could xupply, h large proper-
tion of the goods now coming lo
that Colony from theUiiitedStatas
is a fart in which Sii William
(irev Wilson, the late Governor of
the 'Bahamas, gave testimony in a
speech he mide two years ago in
Toronto : while as regards Cuba,
not only have the Cuban Consul
and the Canadian agent at Hava-
na spoken similarly, but some Ca-
nadian merchants in the West In-
dia business believe, that tue op-
portunities of the Republic for in-
cieased Canadian trade even out-
view those offered by some of the
more important British Colonies.
The realisation of these admitted-
ly great oppoitunities is certainly
not going to be brought nearer by
the absence of direct communica-
tion.
Weighing up the whole situa-
tion, we 1 .-onfess we are at a loss
to understand the Government's
attitude in 'he matter. If it is due,
as is said, to some objection to
the amount ol subsidy required,
considering the $50,000 asked is
only equal to the amount the
Government have paid before, and
that it certainly is very much less
than the $102,500 the line receiv-
ed from various countries when it
was first inaugurated, the sum
could not be considered other than
reasonable even if ordinary condi-
tions prevailed to-d ly in t < ship-
pint; world. Ordinary condil
do not pre* sil howi rer, in the
shipping world to day. I onnage
rates air verj much higher than
they were eight years ago when
the first contract was drawn up.
In fact, it is a g >od many years
ago since they have been anything
lite so high as now. It is doubtful
whether the making of the Mexi
can call optional, instead of com-
pulsory as in the past, even com-
pensates for these increased rates.
Consequently, if the Governments
objection is based round the
amount of subsidy they would be
required to pay, if the amount
was not considered excessive in
the first instance, it certainly can-
not be considered excessive now.
It may be the Government have
adopted the attitude they have
because of the desire expressed by
the i ompany to have their obb-
gations cease once tiny nave
reached Cuba, instead of having
to sad straight back to Can .da
"without touching at any foieign
port 00 the way," as they had tq
do under the old contract. From
the special nature of this service,
it is difficult lo see any advantage
devolving to Canada by insisting
upon the old provision if sofhcient
cargo for Canada is not forthcom
ing, for in effect tins obliges the
vessels to sail the whole wav I s i<
whethet hall full, quartei lull, or
without any cargo at all. So I
as the boats are compelled to take
all the cargo offering, for Canada,
so long as the Company agree to
make the Bahamas' call on the
homeward run, and provided they
undertake to have the vessals back
in time to again depart for the
(Continued on fourth pa- I
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T
! 11E T R I D I) N E
Zhc tribune
I icav. May 20. 1913.
Cbii raging with amaz-
ing swiftness. Actually the Ciov-
ernment has asked Christians
everywhere to pray for China at sinner of Governor's Harbour,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Tynes Smith I"'l." particularly the Vote for a tea( |.r , ,,,i.r ,,,.^,,,1 to de.
were among the Ipanengers per I Wirelts telegraph station n Ir,;,n<] or receive any Scbjk>1 fees
Nassau which he hoped would ; because of the frei atti hdance
proved neat benefit to the Col- ofchildrenat the Public S I.....Is
om and also a Financial su nf til,. Colonv, therefore all such
Resolved that the questions fees should be abolished, v
asked l,v Mr. Williams this j not the children of the Grant-in
S. S. "Seguranca" this rnornin
Mr.Smith being President of the
.1. S. Johnson Co., is here on his
usual visit in connection with
the canning of pineapples.
this its period of transition!
This i- the country where, a few
years ago, Christian Missionar-
ies and their families were inur-
- 1 and where native Christ-
ians were slaughtered in hun-
hreds during the Boxer riots.
But, without intending it, the
Chinese did a bad service not
Eleuthera, is here again with
Mrs. Albury. They are takin :
passage on the steamei for N<
York on Friday the 23rd and
expect to be away about two
months.
*-
The Chamber of Commerce
will meet tomorrow to select a
long since to Christian Mission-! representative lor the Canadia
nties. At Sian-fu, in Shensi,
during the Revolution, the vic-
torious Republicans pitched the
dead Manchus down the wells
to save the trouble of burial.
I he consequence is that typhus
er has broken out, and two
medical Missionaries that the
Chinese had iearned to love and
pe< t, have fallen victims to
it. If exponents of the Christian
religiou do their part during the
next few years, Christanity will
exert a wonderful zn<\ growing
influence in that great country.
To this end Anglicans like the
Rev. Lord Wilham Cecil are as
far as possible joining hank
with various religious Denomi-
nations in an effort to cover the
ground without friction and in
mutual helpfulness.
We wonder what com]
lion King Nicholas of Monti
gro is getting for clearing out
of Scutari after his forces had
captured it. It would be odd if
m the end Austria's selfish policy
sin uld drive Servia and Mod'
tenegro into such harmony as to
Servia an outlet to th
on the Montenegrin seaboard
j*
Quite an extensive bush fire
occurred at Hog Island on
1 ursdaj last, not one fire, but
ral, w 1 th intervi nings| 1
11 is.mil' h as 1 mile apart.
1 >mmandai t of Polii e
with a number of his men
"^''! I land at fivi
ck, m the afternoon with
hand punips and worked until
o'clock.
Exhibition, We hear that the\
have fit e ip| licantsfrom which
their Selei tion will be made.
The friends of The Eastern
n and VV stei n V lunteer
r in Bi. m les, and I e public
re coi lially invited
[ive their pi at tin
I tern Parade on Empire 11
in the afternoon.
J>
Mid Steamer "Seguran-
ved this morning fro a
New York with the following
igers:
Miss Alberta Malcolm ; Mes
ies Ab'ne Malen, and Mar.
Smith ; Messi s ieoi M
Lachlan, Labron Moore, Willis
Sturrup, Robert Smith and
Frank Tibben : (Rev. lean '
Roerig (9) and 3 in trai
for Tampieo.
May aoth
S. S. "Vigilancia' sailed in
o'clock this morning Tuesda>
from Havana for Nassau, lias
two passengers.
j
We never see tl ;ep
er on our streets now. Why -
*
iiox norsr oi-as^i.mp.i.v.
Monday I vetting
19, Apiil i'ii
The 1 louse met a< 1 ordin
adjournn enl
Present Thi 11 nble I he
Spe iker et al.
Mr. I>< thel from the Comniil
tee appointing on the 13th inst
to cany the Message of the
House of that date conveying
..... l, oclock, and probablv > the Votes of Indemnity for
' I the "Saratoga from c'
l,;" tion as the fire came
I
to it. The setting sun was dark-
ened by the dense Bm >ke of the
hre and at night the rlouds
were illumined by the hind
glare of the fire.
es" \i,c,3- o. 5 for the Bahamas Gi n
ttrlv eral Hospital and "565 for the
Wireless Telegraph Station, re-
ported the delivery thereof and
that His Excellency was pleas-
ed to say that he thanked the
1 louse for both Votes of Indem-
.. ciiii-.
Ling and the answers Riven ai | g h .olsthei I King
thereto Fifth, as well as the
P1 Sw ting 1 ted a p children of the Publi Schools?
tition bom Mr. Henry Lewis \|;1S j, His Excellency the
Reeves, late li r for a Qovernoi in Council and the
pension on his pers in il allow- ( ure t0j?ive ,,, tlK. < Iiant
5 read and ordered t >,;,,,! lers al I two
thirds "I 'li Mian paid to the
" "1"t......,f Mr. Bowen the p
petition of Mr. |() kee lhem from
thoraas Wool praying foi a
small |" iisiou was referred to a
Sele< t Committe, Vit:
Messrs Bow en Addei i
Williams.
1 )n motion nf Mi. Sand
nors Message No j 1. n I.i
to :. m fn'a starving
.....thing to 1 it as
well as the Public School teach-
11 they I ime
I me
i I Ion iurable Men 1 1
the I Ion \ mblj would
j up m usstai vin 1 rea
live to the site foi a C | |l:;,_, p,,. ,.
which the B ird of Work-, ;
n iry in
dition to the VVestein Cem I 1
refi rred to a Si lei I Com-
mittee.
Messrs I iamblin, 1 r. John- >n
Curry, W. C. 1*.. Johnson and an(j wosm,.. ,,.",, n a
Anderson appointed Comniil I
the 1 '!> now
in Session.
\\ e are mad" up just like any
of the Public School Teachers,
U| 1 and
the same '.anus to keep us alive
1 .0:.
irdingly.
Mr. Weech m ive I that the
petition of Mr. John II Bel
praying for a pension based on
two p tsi mal allowam - bi
lect comn itt ie.
Mr. Brie move I an a
menl thai lid pel iti n
d
And thi ition 1
li lie; 11 a; (|,
It passed in I
Mr. m the Commit'
n I < iovei iv 'is
No. 1 ti '" I hi- 1 h
cei lain uipplemeni 1. i*s
Hie Hoard nf Wan
I '11
I a 1 ,f: :;.' at the South I. -
corner "f WigiMa mil Virgini 1
CHANGEFQR rHEBETI bR
1 \!-., I GR V.MS
M i) 20th 1 1
Newmai ket. 18. A brilliant
I party
was in 'I to day in the
the ; no lec-
tion sterda) h >i the N
market divis on ol C-n
chire. The I Inio list late
itcs to 11 1 foi
ilie Liberal nominee.
' election vas held '
on upied by
the la' iai I iV Idi'i 1,
a Liberal, wh 1 di I ^pril aoth.
West, I 1
I fl 1 g111 from I 11 e 11
the a pn ich States to Cuba fr m Kej V\
tern ( letei toHai an 1 was m 1 Ie to claj by
for thi G .'ernor in ( for Domingo Roasillo. He left f.orn
C liters ol Publi the ti 1 min il ol the I'lorida East
Sound Eleuthera, Co is< Raili >ad hi re at
I i pi
I he I Ion. adjourned to ".
t4
foi t, 1. o'clock tins morning a 1 I an 1 v-
ed at li' ; iti..u in I lavana
. t 8,10 a, m.
Current, Island,
Washington, 1v The Japan-
. a< itiations over the Cali
Dear Mr. Editoi
Will you Kindly allow me
space m youi 1 iteemedc to tell o| |my distress ? 1 am a
(jrant-in-aid teacher, but my
salary is so small that it can
not possibly keep me and mv
amily. It is not right for am
llth May, 1913. jfornia alien land bill have not
advance.I during the last j.|
hours, and there is no expecta-
tion that there will be an) de-
velopment in tin- near future.
London, 18 It is stated here
that a numliei of Steamers have
been chartered in England dm-
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1
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I
Wh I!/./ ut Hi iV
Cla 11 '' : i n, the
of our genial hard I n<\ rtn pajje 4
has jusl ac( epted a posil
ui--'' they know thai |. Muiii- in i .i inlfwit,
discount, and i ial il hi
like the lefl i i kii .; a I all nan
at all.
Il WAS a llin,'" i
was like almost evi ry firsi j
>n of a toili i.
When you apply for your fir | rum, er that
nothing short of the Go.l i le for your get-
ting a cham i l i work an [>lai
l' prepare I to woi\ with i iv until vou
actually pro* i r ii,ht to a sal i if voj can g t
an opportunity to try.
ing the i days b)
Ami i ican g rum ut with .i
view t, repleuislim <,..
oal for the use of A
warships on tin I'acifi Coa t.
This sudden uctivit) on the
part "I the navy d mt is
regarded in sit i
an null',ill pa
that a demon in I Pa-
cific is conti inflated.
K'li' ims, i I'hei ham
commi rceof I
a protest t>> da} t i the l""n
govi the t.u ill
bill now In
Congress.
Panam i, it A resume i >l
the w>i k ,i ie to (I ill' on the
canal shov
500,000 cubn irds ol earth yet
to be I'm.11 ati .1 in the < !uli
Cut. f he i< 1 k ;at<
per cent completed.
Sands'SruDio
(': s
\^/ iih n
Berlin, 1 11 11 rig Hand
ingcontn >\ ersy bet ween (ireat
Britain and Germany in con
nection with the Bagdad rail
way is approa :hing a speed}
settlement. I Ins is the iufi filia-
tion contained in an official
statement issued here.
London, 18.Dr. Anna Shaw, i
addressing a suffragette meet- i
mg in Westminster last night,
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copy of this Won*Jrfwl r 3oh. Il t. il
le word* bow in< man ran rfv-tf.l> cut* In
ich dif-JUMM w> Klood Poiwmtlu pr.t*d or A<
nflB ham nt I'uwtir, Nervouii I ' J>i..ty. Indlh*-r
(VinUtfiou* D.*#mv. the AfUr-*ff-cttof F-l I
rm, Kmo*? and Bui
tyi* uf7er*-tl; how old or atui-V-wrn v
ito failed to find nUft how u,sr.*ira*Ml a*
d you are -M boo* will b. r.v.L.lon
. *ho|* sncwlNMunlift. It m ehuek full of
I luHie and adTiew jut th* things jru p*<
>m. If yna w.nt roQF ItJ-tlm* IimNI-. ivi-nth
-si. *.i.l RIGHT NOW fur you. .*t
miti.d PRCE, poatpaxl >
BB. JOS. LISTFP I
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in I had satisfied- the
l*le ol the United St l
1 the ballot voul I

|y I ' M women v .
ng voted lu\\ 1.
London, 18. I lie deli
tte "homl -" bich d
rended up< m London \<
appears to hav< 11
an mg iient.

Six ho'ixps w re 1 I in
Lond 'ii (I in I
ficial vii i make
merely a "1 in
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250 PAGES FACM MONTH T,00 pfCTtmtr
200 ARTICLCS Of CCNUiai. IKlCHCftT
Tlic "Shop Nolts" Dcpeirtm.-n'
srives c:1 v r to do thins ''
uteful Articles lor home in
'Amnlfur Mrchanirs 00] howtO
make MuBlon furn.tui
cngini-!-. n thtngi '
By mail, per j ar (2.00 K'.t>W.
write tor rmrv. sample copy today
LEARN TO BE A
STENOGRAPHER
BOOKKEEPER
SALESMAN
FOR PARTICULARS WRITE
BROWN'S HOME STUDY SGHOOt
EIGHTH AND PIKE. SI. LOUIS, r
I'Di'l'LAH MECHANICS CO.
lit u \\ it nsion M < l!l M.O
A i II I T I f I N T A I. K 8
Pli'y uf thei* now famous articles
botKid In bonk form
p.iBtAboard covra-'<4
PftCMh with nn Insplrlng
itu.nay.mAklnir auggo?*
lion on each pat/a.
Mailed pr BmSmm Pnhllihlna; Co>.
. 8lh and rm- "'i ,
SI. I.oula Mo.
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Bahamas ;in.1 Cuba on the date-
that may he specified, we can see
no | n si I le harm lliia arrangement
would dn in I" an>' case,
licmein bnlliint ma) he the im-
aginative pmvrrs, well an rangemenl would do no harm that
will l>e done piesent and proapec-
tive Canadian trade in the Baha-
mas and Cuba if this avenue of
communication is not so restored.
"Canada West Indian Maga-
zine" April J
KOPS ~
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE AND STOUT.
A delicious Drink brewed from
Hops containing all the tonic
value of ale and Stout but with-
out the after effects, price 6d.
bottle. 5>. do/.
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7Jd. Quarts tod.
SPARKLING V \1.1 MO WINE.
Pints 7|d. Per do/. 5s.
GINGER All. & GINGER BEER
Pints 6d. Per doz 5s.
SPECIAL PRICES BY II If
CASKS.
SOLD AT BLACK'S
222 Bay St. and
THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S. BLACK, Agent
I Hi
Mm.' Com mi lice of the Chamber
of Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto, August and Sep-
tember, of thia year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombua" on aale 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 1 heir
business to the notice of the maey
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 ba printed whir 1 will
make it the most valuable adver-
tising 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 "The Strombua."
IT/P. would .form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we n
VV have OH h.n.l BO extensive Stock ol *VAN J l t *"
KUHranteeoor brand to be made of the finest Havana and sums
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. .... .
I hese Cigars are manufactured .... oui premise, by skilled workn
,d ,reat pain, are taken to produce an article ol superior qu-l iy.
The success we have .net with in the past leads usconfidentlj loejrj
the patronage <>[ connoiseurs
I L SAUNDERS ft Co,
yay Str
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THAT comfortable Dwelling
House on Dcveaux Street,
near Bay,
For particulars and terms, com-
municate with
FRED. N. BOWL,
" The Forest," Exuma
Also
An almost new Piano Best
Make.# Apply as above.
Exhibition
TOR-
ONTO
1913
August 23 to September S
T
HE Committee appointed by
good
OUR "Royal" H
Btand I- lour selhn<
FOR SALE.
A FISHING SM*.CK,_ in
condition. Good Sails.
14 feet keel 19 feet over al'
feel wide. Apply rribuot."
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STOKE
lousehold
ig gt 2d
pence i>or lb. and 30S. per bag of
196 lbs.
"Golden Star Flour ] lbs for 3fd.
an I "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
for 3id.
Centennial Flour per bag 28s.
Pigg Keel in Vinegar at 7 Brown ^1" ir at ild nr Ih. Our
rice white and clean, best in town
selling at 4 All our Groceries are fiesb and
good quality and cheap.
I'ure Jamaica Hum at 10s. par
Ballon.
JAMFS L. SAUNDERS ft Co.
Nassau N. P.
Bahamas.
April 15th 1913.
to organize the Bahamas Exhibit
would be glad In receive offers
from intending Exhibitors of any
of the undermentioned articles, as
well as any others thai 1 re-
commend themselves for the DUN
pose :
Sisal
Sponge
Canned Pine-apples
Canned Tomati es
Preserves, various
Plants, potted
Cigars
Tobacco
Bark
Fruil *
Mats
l urios
Woods
Carvings
Tortoise >lifll
Tortoise Shell W rlt
Cotton
Shell Baskei Wotlc.
All Exhibits must be in the
finnds of the Committee in time
lor the Steamei leaving this p
August im, 191,.
\pi
CHAS. I ILBURY,
Cliairmnr,
CHAS. I
or
ABBOI r,
Secret.! rv.
Shef-
field
Cutlery
a fine assortment of:
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets ia Cases,
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E Albupy.
\Y
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Why import Butter
from New York?
It costs more than soctb. per lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at -nets, per lb. and weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
ANTED. House Servant.
Good 9 age.
Appl} "I ribune < Iffice."
FOR SALE BY TENDER.
\F. Hall of that de*i
Building L"t "ii 'he Kastem
me of Macka\ street, froiilinu on
,.,, 3 Ire', md tunei K
southwardly 1 ',5 feel.
I he riglii ix reserved " "V"
ilie whole m < ny nl i1"- lenders.
I : ;. receive 1
l_ m KSOWLES
, ,,-t Buv sin '. """, ''"" 3'-'
May. '.3.
KOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
lit (ISF w itll bath room at
lrhed anil all -ut door conven.
ifiictj n< iding a 1 link,
I .,. Sireet, "MUith, opposite
N.is-.-h !'. isort,
\pp'v Mi
lo>. LAING
Blue Hill61. South
l?l) Li N I). >n the Northern
r Mud, an Open Sponging
Boat, about is fet keel, Abac
model, painted white outside, blue
transom. The Owner will please
communicate with ___,__
THE COMMISSIONER,
Nicolls Town, Andros.
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
W \. MATHER.
UNDERTAKER.
DESIRES to inform nil *"<:*4I
and the Public ih .1 Ik
just received a COin| lele < titilt
facilities foi the business ol an
dertaker, which pla ^ hiui
|KisiiMiii to carry out Funerals
mav he entrusted lo Ins rare
system and despau h ". and res
fully solicits their patronagi
in Pi ici s firsl and prove 'ha'
are the ve:v lowest fo fli
work.
1 c
rlll>
.1 ni
NOT I C E.
s is to inform my Pal
I the Publu in I "'i
lull I have Opened i"\ Pi
1 Smith Shop; and am
ready to do anything m the In
General repair 01 new work II
shoeing Specially. All work 1
Media men 11 v.
P. A. Huvler,
ire-1 East (Wlia
,5.1
P...
REPUDIATION.
LAING, My wife Christina I.
having left mv home without
tual consent, I therefore will
hold myself responsible for
debts transacted in my mwfl
her.
MALACHI LAINGJ
A race is no better thai
women


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