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T II E T R I 11 l -N E Ube Grfbune Thursday, May 22. 191). ro-morrovv we carry out our Empire Day celebrations. We are proud to belong to the British Empire, and for that reason there will be no spirit of formality in what we shall do. The Roman Empire was wonderful. But its rulers made the fearful mistake of making all other parts of that Empire subsidiary and tributary to the city of Rome. However gently 1 Rome might handle new provinces at hist, in the end they were brought into the grip of a system which bled them to death by means of relentless taxation, rf the British Empire should ever fall to pieces it will not be because Britain has followed Rome's example in matters of taxation. The mother country remotely approached ^pch as\stcrn when she soughTOo tax American Colonies without giving them representation. The war of Independence was a blessing in disguise. It taught British rulers a lesson by which thev profited when Canada was seething with discontent. Canada got larger liberties and larger pow era and Canada is loyal today. Since the Confedi ration of Canada tins policy of having oversea Dominions to govern themselves has prevailed, and the result is a blessed tightenlUg of the bonds Of empire Cobdej was we believe misrepresented when he was credited with foretelling and desiring the severance of the Colonies from the motherland in course of time. What he foretold was thedecavof the "Colonial S'vf. ,,m The Coloi ial system manl the irritating meddlesome rule ( > f Downin Bti i I Dowa. lug Streetjinterferes less and less with the freedom of action of self-governing Dominions, and thus those Dominions draw close by their own will B nd desire to the British Governmi nt. May Ci(.d bless our King and Uueen more and more We believe that their minds and hearts are keyed to the democrat.c ideas which arc saving our Empire from dissolution If our gracious Kings life be spared, he is likely to become L one of the most populai moQ. archs that Britons have ever known. In (Jueen Marv he has an able and a qood coadjutor. W'e say this in no servile spirit. We firmly believe it to be true. W'e wish for our citizens varied enjoyments and a thoroughly bright day in every way to-morrow. J EMPIRE DAY. child born on the 24th May, Victor, or Victoria. THH EXERCISES tomorrow BO far as we can gather will be as follows : at <. ; a.m. the decoration of the Vic tori a Statue by The Daughters of the Empire, At 10 great assembly ;it Rawsoit Square of The Public Sc hoi ls which will be addressed t>\ I xi ellency the (iovernor. Hi ^n The great National Festival, EMPIRE DAY will for convenience sake, be observed tomori,.Mi:uriu\ lilt' VJUVCfllOI. row instead of on the day, %  sat! At 1,30 p.m. the usual Alhleurday. tic Sports of In almost every part of this. The Eastern, Southern and the greatest Empire the world Western Volunteer Fire Brigades has seen. THE BRITISH EMPIRE, will begin on the Eastern Pa the occasion will be <> served rade .nu\ at 4 lbs Exci with every demonstration of I e Governor loyalty that the races, languagwill arrive at the Parade ground >• %  customs, conditions, environAt 1 Athlei ic Sports it ment, religion, culture, and ternSaratoga, perament of its component parts On Sunday, 25th, tieusual may dictate; they all will unite L) a ySi rvicewill be held 111 honouring the Hag, 1 in at the Cathedral at 11 a.m. UNION JACK, the emblem ol this ^ mighty empire, the greatness, A Law has been lately passed the splendour, the vastness, and b> the New York Legislature the powerfulnew of which every aid sanctioned by Governor mind will contemplate, al a tzi 1 whii ii emu ti thai great paean wall swell fro,,,. Nii ,„.,._ ,. ( |, .,„. ,,„, „, A to sea and (PHI, shore to roprietor. manager, IU shore 01 ONE FLAG. ONI penntcdint, agent or empl I..RO-K, ONE K.NG and ONE ,,, ., ,, ,. ,,, ,,, ic a this morning, when [be rhila] gai 1 Ii entei 1 1 inment. I lis Excell in \ in In-speech said he was much pie 1 wit h Ins visit, am I In '| ed ti > have the pleasun 0 the child I was a mi %  ni. jt BM1.WI \CH WIDER OF 1 .: It \a PEOPLE. THE FLAG. The flag will I": in ei idenee everywhere, it will il 1111 from the old fortifications, from gov eininent buildings, from church towers, from tin .in 1 datioii, resort or amu shall * %  11 -. am person such ftc, or p %  % % % %  ..' %  1 displa 1 |Hibi 1 1 mail a % %  ritlen or |riu H I i-oiiununic 1 lion, noti< e 1 radvei mansions ol it, to 1 ic %  ;l 1 that an) the rich, from the humble cots ul accommodations ad of the p or, from I 1 lowering tagesaiitljirivileges o m the din^; fishermen, "The flat; that lia* brave >"'"" :1 un a 11 1 race, creed, or colour, 01 th it such person! are un \ Theprodui lion .fanMiciii mumcation, notn eoi nth nise But in all our jubilation, let 1 1 p .,. iptive e n "L *I!i U1, '.'','""', ue 1 l !' r ^' ja'iy civil or criminal a cu ml | 1 ime w .is aut her, whose natal day Empire tie Day is, VICTORIA THB GREAT, place of public ace inflation, the Good, of Immortal Fame; resoit or amusement < to her much is due in the greatmeaning of this article hi all be ness of England; without her deemed to include r.\ um the grandeur of the Empire tave r hotel, whether ion-' would not have been what il is. duel d for the entertainment of Her reign (64 years w 1 among transient gu foi 1 1 the longest in the world's his c.mniodatioo o l ti. 1 tory, and the most famous in health, recreation or resl and the history of kr.nl.oid. j ; ,ny restaurant, eating house, Victoria the matchlessQi.f in, public convex a... e on I.IIKV or the peerW, woman, the „ t bar ^ wio* ami liM i.'iii urn .i ., ... wite and the pattern mother, her name should and always will be revered in the homes of this world wide Empire, and we think that there is no more effective way of perpetuating her memory, than naming every theatre and music hall. Empire Celebration at Saudihands Public School.—This school was visited by His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. iladdon-Sinith at 10.30 o'clock 'I he Chamber of C< imerre met : "i noon for I he pirn one person :n ittend 1 I'.xhihition at Ton>nI ( an; to lake 1 hai e of il Baha1 ill M mbers pr C IV loliuson, I t; Hoi I II. x" L ifthn ise Mi ssrs Charles E. i\\ U il. Isaiah A. K. Soh imon, C C, Swi eting, U I Sa yer, E. V. V. Suttou, W K Mo .re, W. Hilton, l.C. Brice, \. IV Sutton, • S lunders, Leon E. II. I upu< a and 11 ;< M. Cole, Secretan Mr, Cole! the Se retary, porl I that In eiwd the 1 an mlvai e i towards priK 1.1 ,1 exhibit, which aim ei 1 ii I handed ovei to .... 1 1 in 11 11 M '. 1.111 sir, I f 1 lie C in la West In ',in !n 11 that lii jive 1 \ 1 x iisnistan it up %  1 %  had also 1 i| lation the a • 1 itiou, from the Ch unlMfi .1 •• 1. in 1 pl.i %  11 the dis I 1 I %  libit on I iision woul I lav 1 considered bj t e Man 1 ent. In to a n itice re* >\ |esi ni 1. r %  .in .; 1 • 1 E\ hibii in [\i 1 ap plication, of| received f rn 1 : 1 iitlemen, u Inch .%  %  tin >i'i n %  ir; M' s-is. ||. C. Chi istie,S\iliiiy Farrington, (J. J. Abbott, Frank Holmes. II. N. Chipman and Gordon T" Max 1 1 Mr. AI bury, second) d by Mr. Hilton, nominated Mr. Chipman, Mr. I.ofthouse expressed himself in favour of M, Holmea, whom he nominated. His motion was Secondedb*Mr. Curry. Upon the ballot %  being taken



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\ : hi'. I H I i", ii N h lli" vrftiRe stood as Follows ; Mr. Chipman—7. Mr, I lolmes ; Mr. Christii M is tl essary for i \en\ to give tin 1 "110VERNMENT NOTICES' The M'>ii. G. II. Johnson has been appointed a temporary i mrmhi 1 uf the New Proi id ii %  1. • %  in l,i\ uut ol Board of Works. Mr. Chipman. ,1 n p. \\ \\ -, 0,1 1110 amber ad;,,,, been ap •... ed a t 1 e r c • f t h e D< 1 %  ,• in. C. K. I liggs Esq lias Ii en appoint : mp irary oi ih,' I .o 101 ol Pilots John \ I > w ( I 1 sg In-, been appointed Publii v'accmator, I 11 the : S. S I he S< 1 retan "i State has ap %  %  'I of the appointment of Mr (i IV Ubun to be s d j P isi 1 ':. %  and Mr. W j II Beth 11 to be Chiel Cl Audi! I department, 1 Tenders are in\ ited "To con %  struct a wooden building on Fort Charlotte Gt j'in in 1 In the i I Monday %  question wi re asked by Mi" Williams : 1. On u hat dit'was 1 1 ; ;. led ci.il yeai 1910-11 ; 1 p, the I reasurv from the ilistrii t 'our O N ruesdnv. fune prd,being the Btrth'da nf His Maji stj the Kii z< I 'is Excellence bl 1 iovern .>p >ssible noon till 1 p.ni < ientlemen attending the Ieare requested to ear ui 1 I even in if dress, l hi Cler • theii i. anonicals, and of the Bar, wigs and gow n. 1 lrd< is, and ui' dais 1 1 1 linia linewill be worn. < ienl len en an 1 bring visiting cards, whi Ii ha:di ai I V\ at (lovernoi I larbour, I %  ra. I. 31st Ma .1,1! -"' Juili ,31st Vu tUSt and 1 • %  fhere w re eas ms giv en by tin Cci mnissii mer, but the Goven 1 is eau i mi 1 to be mail 1 the 1 iuse vl delay. 4. Yes, subject to the provis: 'Us l)| •' %  ,, 1'iiaiioi, ,\' ;. in the Underwood bill, they are confronted also by protests from foreign countries against administrative features of the bill and tin pro* ision that would U'rant a 5 reduction of the duty on imports in American bottoms. Piot -:s from Kngl nd, (ier m 1'iance, Ii ily, \ustralia and oilier countries have been ent to the state di at Lment. I lav.-Mi 1, 20.—Augustine ParB Cub 111 aviator, who left lv 1 West ,it 3,1 15 II CIIM h this ; in mi 111 a Ir rlio-plane, in an ai tempt ti fly to I lavaua, tribute to a betterme.il of the relations between i Ll. tain and th" 1 Jerm 111 I I real tttitude of the peror w is illustra I to dav by the giani uig of p tnlons l 11 Fjiglish spie • now un l< terms of imprisonment in German v. 1 \I.|.I(;U' \i> The Mail Steamer "Seguranra steamed for Tampico yesprd ty afternoon. J The Mail Steamer "VigilanOia" arrived from Havana tins Horning with the following passengers:— Mr. and Mrs Archibald Mitchell and 28 in transit for New York. The Cable Office will be Opened from ninef9) until ten (10) o'clock Friday-May 2jrd. May 22nd, 1913, I.'iidon, .•!. -King < i "i %  and Queen Mary started t i-day f the Appro-j for Berlin to attend the wedd" ing <>f Princess Victoria I. iuie daughter ol Lmperor William. Sacramento, California, 20.— California's alien land bill became the law of the state tciday against protests of Japan! and represent, p i,.ns of l'lesident Wilson. Governor Johnson signed the bill and ninety days after the adjournment of t he legislature, the act becoma't operative. Washington, 20.—While democratic senators are wrestling with home manufacturers protesting against numerous rates I ," lu k in the ai In ui il Mai ien, foi t> miles wesf of I lavan.i. Philadi Iphia, 20.— I*he two Union Jacks thai swathed the laxly of Hr Wilson. Captain Scott's comrade, when he was oimd by the searching party, have been presented by Ins. widow to Gloucester Cathedral. | 1 Philadelphia! 20.—Threats to tie up shipping all along the Atlantic Coast unless the IOIIRshoremen on strike bere arc granted their demands were madeto day by national organizers of the Industrial Workers of the world. T HE w.llhe HI -ii'' 11 infill in the (im I S,-i 1 ., 1 i• HMII on lues • 17 I %  'I I t Ir -. ; 11 -. i 1 1 ilri-n ul J i "i'1 is. iRpi IC il IS. H^ll .1 I 11 --1, in 11 1' ir* open at 7 J 1' 'ii :,! s p ,, | T lk-rlin, 2<>.— Preparations for the wedding on Saturday of Princess Victoria Louise and Prince Ernest August of Cumberland give striking prominence to the emperors apparent desire to make the occasion conIII 1. O. R. S. .11, .1 D. of* \ will ci'!.'li,,,ip tn,-,r I hi giving A11 n 1 v• %  1 -.o y in th' '' NHOSAII Court, tiii SIUKLIV, I MHV, tqi3, .it 4 o'clock. •I',' Friends ul the (hdei sre 1 ordia inviied. RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT B L A C KS 223 Buy-Streel Mi.l THE NASSAU CANDV Kin HEN. Ml LNTI.KV 4 PALMERS f] NEW Good Luck Biscuits I 0 we nnri in Ii ill 1 aid packets ;,l IS. Jil I" 1 IU, Huntl' > .*>: r.ili'ir-s p 'lit I., u M.nie %  ind Coton.ition, in 11,mud |,;i, kl is CKAWFOUD'S Buttei i ufJ |l. pHckStl at 4(1. „ "I fillil" mid Puff Cro., Hint is. 6 I, p 1 lb. „ Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb, LIPTOVS D i()A. } II). tins is. 2 Of. „ 6d.



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Ill' i u l u u :. i. fence into which you have been betrayed, a favourable consider* tion will be given 10 the application. I direct that this my Sentence be entered at length upon the Minn les of the Court. (Signed) J. CH \RMICHAEL-SMVTH. Chancellor. Court <> %  Chancery, Nassau, 8th Dec. 1832. A true Copv. C. R. NESBI IT, Acting Reg. C. C. KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE AND STOUT. A delicious Drink brewed from Mops containing all the tonic value of ale and Stout but without the after effects, price 6d. bottle. 5s. doz. LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7^d. Ouarts iod. SPARKLING VALENTO WINK. Pints yhd. Per doz. 6s. GINGER ALE & GINGER BEER Pints 6d. Per doz 5s. SPECIAL PRICES BY THE CASES. SOLD AT BLACK'S 222 Rav St. 'and THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. H. S. BL ACK. Agent. THE SPECIAL* CALITAT" THE R.OYAL STOKE O CR "Royal" Household Bland Hour selling at 2d prure per lb. and 30s. per bug of 196 lbs. "•olden Star Flour 2 lbs for 3Jd. and "Laurel Brand" Hour" 2 lbs for 3 |d. Centennial Flour per bag 28s. Pigs Fort in Vinegar at 7d. per ll>. Brown Sugar at a|d. par lb. Our rice white and clean, best in town selling at 4CI. per quart. All our Groceries are fresh and good quality and aheap, Pure Jamaica Rum at 10s, par gallon, JAMF8 L. SAUNDERS & Co. Nissnu N. P. Ha fin mas. April ijth 1913. I hs Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibition, at Toronto, August and September, of thia year, have decided to pi sea aSpeoial Exhibition Number of "Tha Sfrombua" on aala at the exhibition aa named above. ExhlMtera. Buslnaas men generally. Lodging House Keepers. Boarding House Haapers. Owners of places to rent aa winter re.idencea. Owners of Roala.etc.etc would do well to advertise in the Exhibition Number and bring their buaineaa to the notico of the maaiy thouaanda of Canndiane who will vlalt thia exhibition, and who are e. growing factor in our touriat buaineaa. Special ratea. Space shouM be ssi urait early. More than two thousand of thia iaaue will be printed which will make it the moat valuable advertlalng medium ever publiahad in he Bahamaa. No one who hae anything to aell or to hire should be left out of the Exhibition Number of "The Si 1 ombus." ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to September 8 T HE Committee appointed by the Chamtei <>l Commerce to organize the Bahama! Exhibit would be glad to receive offer* from intending Bxhibiton tf MY of the undermentioned artii I , 1 s well as any others that might if. commend themselves for the impose : Sisal Fiuit Sponge Mais Canned Pine-apples Shells Canned Tomatoes Curing P'eservas, various Woods Plants, potted I 'arvinal Cigars Tortoise Shell Tobacco Tortoise Shell W.irW Bark Cotton Shell Basket Work. All Exhibits must he in the hands ol the Committee in time for the Si earner leaving tins pon August |gt, 1913, Apply to CHAS. K. ALRURV, Chair mm. CH IS. I. ABBOTT, Secretary, W l*. would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke thai we n>>w have on h ,nd an extensive Slock nf II WAN \ CIGARS, We guarantee our brand to be made of ih* finest Havana, and *ui Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. Tli' se Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an aiticle ol stipenni qn .l.u The success we have mei w ith in the 1 >--i leads us 1 onlidrntly toexp*cl the patronage of connoisi "is J. I. S\l NDI US \C.ti. l|.i\ Stieel FUS SELL S CONQENStD f MILH '-iLFfiFiY :^Jtr \ ^"tr'AHtO BY S „. FUSS ELLIrQlSrf Cutlery Sheffield a fine assortment of ., „ RAZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in Cases, and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E. Albury \\ Why import Butter fpom New York? It costs more than 50CtS. per lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at -it-is. per lb. and weigh! guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE 7 WTED. -Mouse Servant, (iimd % %  •:' Appl> "I ribone >lTi< •." I OR SALE BY I KNDER. / \\E Hell ol thai fles.ii ibl* \_J huilding Lt on 1 he Eastern si.ie -if \i.icka\ stieii, limiting un I tay.street 81 lee', end iiiiini. g sinii hwartily 135 feet. I lie right is reserved to rrjeci lhe xvIn ile ir ailV l>l Ilia I ei 11 Iris. Tenders will |>.t areive I hy I. M. KNOWLES, 528 East Rnv street, until ihe 31SI Mny, 1013. ink lHUE. A MX ROOM DWELLING HOUSE wild twiii MI al taiiied and all out r convem tenon including n Tunic, East Street, South, opposite Nassau Prism,, Apply in JOS 1. MM; Blue I lill St, Soulli CO I N D.—'/nth.Northern 1 Mud, an Open Sponging Boat, about 15 fe,| keel, Abaci model, painted white outside, blue I ransom. Ihe Owner will please communicate with THE COMMISSIONER. Nicolls T own, Andros. WilliamTshoeS Are BETTER • : fe^-^ ... W. \. M \ I'IIML UNDI RTAKER. D ESIRES In |iihrili his fi ends and ihe I ublic ih .1 he hn. jusi received n complete outfit H li' i'llll s (HI ilie business e 1 ni 1 ustei' t 'Ins rare wnh system and d< s, Htch ; and re|ect hilly soln it, IIH-II patronage t iet l'\ I'l II I S lllst ., 1.1 • piOVI • inthe veij lowest for lust class Work, N O I' I C E. r l 11~s is to inform my Patron* Mild the I '11 hi ic in < icin ia I Dial I I,.1 v.up m<| inv I'uhli Itl.i'T Smith M'np; and am innv ready t 1 do anything in 1 he line 1 (ieneial lepair u ne w nrk I lor* SI 111 •_' "specially All work done Met a meal I). P. A. Iluvhr. 4 S i Bay Stre'.t. East ( Wharf i REPUDIATION. I.AING. —Mv wife t 'hristiii:i Lning having lelt mv home without mutual consent, I therefore will not hold myself responsible for any debts transacted in my n.une by her. MALAC HI LA INC. A race is no better than its women



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*1 CO o /) 0) o S < as NulllUS nildtclus |urnrc in verba m&iji-tri. Being bound o .swear to ihe Uii|m of no Mas'er VOL. X. Nnssnvj, N P.. Be.hr. m.s. Thtll %  -V Mnv 22. 1* No. 15 LEON P.. H. i I I i C II, KulTuS h%V CfUFK I K OKKin |H H UJ.lltKKT STKRK1 Nav.u N. I\, I An *M w %  I PUbMMlM-l IJ\H M HI. lav, A'e.l :i>.!ii\ and Prida) lioglecopy ... J''. rueiday, Diuixlay anil Rfctuinay— Hiniflf <•..| %  ... nl Weakly ... ... 4\<\ lonthl i t, 4I 7 larte l 4 . Flair YearN V>ailv ... i' 1 i'Y tni> IV \ l>V VI i Ad>erti*inu Date* >m |ienre |*i line f.n iii>i i I-I • Ihiee a |*r lina '->r ^(i "nil in". tin .i 11 utic |M-IM'\' | ti Una fm ~ %  • I% % %  ) '""iit Insertion* Advertisement* undei fight lines s. "SO IIRED" I am Ml IM i-il, dr.11 ; full well I ICHOW I should lie made nf stein r Stuff, .•11'I •_• %  %  Right lie ively through Hie mint nl M lent '" 1's, Until the |iiiiu\-.v n.-tn 1 .wdown, %  mil in',iik t iotl's p .si me green Mm I nin tired, dear, pud 11 ilie M. 1 y Seem* lu wind up and up—1 may uot'uy I'n lean against you, nor to touch youi lianil. I is hard to journey on alone to iliat Mr,nine land — I he rest unseen. It mii-t lie just beyond ; I v.ill lie strung I dial I mil faint now* I >b way if long, I lie path is rough, but one can rest ami pia) ; God *'ill ii"t let me hlter by Ilie way — I need nol fear. —Annie Griat Callender, LOOK INC. BACKWARD. His Excellenov The Governor has been pleas'.1 to direct that the following Decree, which his excellency was this day pleased to pronounce in the Court of Chancery, in his capacity of Chancellor should be published for general information. I'.v I I! %  C R. MEV'f l II ui-lil I |i Use, • I )• %  < ember, 1833. IS CHANCERY. The King,) Geo Campbell An;i u'-' 'rtBt, / del sun and ol tiers, George Campbell Anderwin, George I' Wood, llemy Adderley, Conrad Duncome, Robert W.Sawyer, and William Mean. In the case "f Hit Mi] -siv's \ttorney General agitimt you and oilier*, ,i sun now pending in ilus %  --iii • v i HI applied for time in p a in y.mi IIIIN > %  t.. ihe Informal mi .in I obtane I from me .> ili i iv f.ii th.it purpose, until I nee* d i\the f h ..f tins month : which, uudei circumstances, ap p %  I i and I still think, quite sufficient in have enabled Mm in miv" r ih" charge ay linst you, h id y> i n i 'MI! had nny def.'iu % %  • |o in i!>• %  Itui instead "f availing you-. > . .1 the 'ip 'i i iinny ihu* a(f.>nled you, "I exculiwiing your. fc.-Ur--. viHI id >w 'd ill ap| Hed la) i pass, u ilhout lllnig any an*>we : oi ntherwite noticing the niilri • >T HI ut, ih.in I>v causing the piopert* in qnesiiin lo be deliven d I %  i i %  '' ii' ". wiih a must offensive letter ; in whioli you furfeite illhe litileCredit you might otherwise h,iv hid, bv %  < complinnee even ihu* late, with theprin. cip-d piirpuse of th* prosecution, derlaiing lhal your submissi n u,is diri 11i*il nnlv I>y a perau iion on your pan, thai justice would nut be rendered to you inthis Court. I lie lettOI is in the following words : "Nassau New Providence, ,|th December, 1832. l r "This being the day appointed by the Chancelloi for us to answer the information winch has been filed against us. We hep leave to observe that, as we Have already disenvered such ignorance on the pait of the Chancellor, in the common practice of the Court, we cannowith safely submit the matter, though trifling as it is, to his decition. We therefore now inform you, that the books, &c. are ready to be delivered to you by o 11 %  lerk, mil ie**ret 'x e ih ,1 ll| • Ii 1 1 • %  !• IS Illl' %  -l!.-; hi 1 ,1 f ,r Iidunes "I s 1 1111 (am a situation -is that of n Ju Ige, .v (Si, We rein >in. Si, ied) G. C. Vmlerson, C. W. Henry Adderley, C. W. Co irad I Kincome, Cie urge 1'. Wiiod, William Meares, Robert W. Sawyer, Id Wm. Maitin, Esquire, His Majesty's Attorney General, etc, &c. &c." George Campbell Anderson an I B Gen. P W I ; It WHS with gre.-t ise I found your n inn's sub, ; ute As Solicit • nl 1 us Court, better knowledge nl v 1 11 prol --si HI 1 duty, .in I .1 mme pro|ier sense, "f the respe 1 \. u owed 10 ilia di-'nity nf the > \, 1-. v 1. t '1 iv I) • %  n--\|>• % % %  •'.• I "f you, nid wn 11 Hilda ureaily 1 the mdecniu 11 'i yuf %  omliict, is that the letter w is ml he-sed I" 'he Law • > fin < of Uie Crown, vvh > conducted the prosecution ti> which it had refetence. George Campbell \n-lerson, Ge-'r^"P. Wood, Henry Adderley, Cnniad Duncome, Robert W •-v yer and William Meares. Your signatures t>> this letter are x limited, V I as on us V'-rv face ii expresses a h"-:h and fliuimt COIL tempt of tin, lbs Ida jest}'s Court of v hinceiv for tiie>e Islands and < of myself, in my judicial Capacity ns L'h incetlor, my Sentence is, that for the said contempt e.nh and every of you d> piy m His Majesty a Sue "f ()i "' Hundre Pounds, of lawful money of these Islands ; and that you and each ol vou be and to Hand committed without bail or mainprise td the common Gaol ol Nassau, for the space of Three Calendar Months ; and that each ami ev-rv of vou do s-i si.md committed until youi fines aie paid, respectively ; as well as the Costs of this proceed* inR. Hut should you, or any one or more nl you, become justly sensible of the impropriety of your conduct, and submit to this Court in usual form, a due acknowledgement of your contrition, for the of(Continued on fourth page) r —


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Weakly ... ... 4\<\
lonthl ......it, 4I
7 larte l ........4.
Flair YearN
V>ailv ... i'1
i'Y tni> IV \ l>V VI i
Ad>erti*inu Date* >m |ienre |*i line
f.n iii>i i i-i Ihiee a |*r lina
'->r ^(i "nil in". tin .i 11 utic |m-im'\' | ti
Una fm ~ I-) '""iit Insertion*
Advertisement* undei fight lines s.
"SO IIRED"
I am Ml IM i-il, dr.11 ; full well I
ICHOW
I should lie made nf stein r Stuff,
.11'I _ .
Right lie ively through Hie mint nl
mlent '" 1's,
Until the |iiiiu\-.v n.-tn 1 .w- down,
mil in',iik t iotl's p .si me green
Mm I nin tired, dear, pud 11 ilie
M. 1 y
Seem* lu wind up and up1 may
uot'uy
I'n lean against you, nor to touch
youi lianil.
' I is hard to journey on alone to
iliat Mr,nine land
I he rest unseen.
It mii-t lie just beyond ; I v.ill lie
strung
I dial I mil faint now* I >b way if
long,
I lie path is rough, but one can
rest ami pia) ;
God *'ill ii"t let me hlter by Ilie
way I need nol fear.
Annie Griat Callender,
LOOK INC. BACKWARD.
His Excellenov The Governor
has been pleas'.1 to direct that the
following Decree, which his excel-
lency was this day pleased to pro-
nounce in the Court of Chancery,
in his capacity of Chancellor
should be published for general in-
formation.
I'.v I I-
C R. ME \ i. Pub S
( i >V'f l II ui-lil I |i Use,
I )< ember, 1833.
IS CHANCERY.
The King,) Geo Campbell An-
;i u'-' 'rtBt, / del sun and ol tiers,
George Campbell Anderwin,
George I' Wood, llemy Adderley,
Conrad Duncome, Robert W.Saw-
yer, and William Mean.
In the case "f Hit Mi] -siv's \t-
torney General agitimt you and
oilier*, ,i sun now pending in
ilus --iii v i hi applied for time
in p a in y.mi iiiin>. t.. ihe Infor-
mal mi .in I obtane I from me .>
ili i iv f.ii th.it purpose, until I nee*
d i\- the f.....h ..f tins month :
which, uudei circumstances, ap
p .....I i......., and I still think,
quite sufficient in have enabled
Mm in miv" r ih" charge ay linst
you, h id y>in i'mI! had nny de-
f.'iu |o in i!>
Itui instead "f availing you-
-. > . .1 the 'ip 'i i iinny ihu* a(-
f.>nled you, "I exculiwiing your.
fc.-Ur--. viHI id >w 'd ill ap|.....Hed
la) i pass, u ilhout lllnig any
an*>we : oi ntherwite noticing the
niilri >T hiut, ih.in I>v causing
the piopert* in qnesiiin lo be de-
liven d I i i ''' ii' ". wiih a
must offensive letter ; in whioli you
furfeite illhe litileCredit you might
otherwise h,iv hid, bv < compli-
nnee even ihu* late, with theprin.
cip-d piirpuse of th* prosecution,
derlaiing lhal your submissi n
u,is diri 11i*il nnlv I>y a perau iion
on your pan, thai justice would
nut be rendered to you in-- this
Court.
I lie lettOI is in the following
words :
"Nassau New Providence,
,|th December, 1832.
" lr.
"This being the day appointed
by the Chancelloi for us to ans-
wer the information winch has
been filed against us. We hep leave
to observe that, as we Have al-
ready disenvered such ignorance
on the pait of the Chancellor, in
the common practice of the Court,
we canno- with safely submit the
matter, though trifling as it is, to
his decition. We therefore now in-
form you, that the books, &c. are
ready to be delivered to you by
o 11 lerk, mil ie**ret 'x e
ih ,1 ll| Ii 1 1 ! IS Illl' ! -l!.-;
hi 1 ,1 f ,r Ii- dunes "I s 1 1111
(am a situation -is that of n Ju Ige,
.v .
(Si,
We rein >in. Si--,
ied) G. C. Vmlerson, C. W.
Henry Adderley, C. W.
Co irad I Kincome,
Cie urge 1'. Wiiod,
William Meares,
Robert W. Sawyer,
" Id Wm. Maitin, Esquire, His
Majesty's Attorney General, etc,
&c. &c."
George Campbell Anderson an I B
Gen. P W.....I ; It whs with gre.-t
ise I found your n inn's sub-
, ; ute As Solicit
nl 1 us Court, better knowledge
nl v 1 11 prol --si hi 1 duty, .in I .1
mme pro|ier sense, "f the respe 1
\. u owed 10 ilia di-'nity nf the
> \, 1-. ,v 1. t '1 iv I) n--\|>'. I "f
you, nid wn 11 Hilda ureaily 1 the
mdecniu 11 'i yuf omliict, is that
the letter w is ml he-sed I" 'he
Law > fin < of Uie Crown, vvh >
conducted the prosecution ti>
which it had refetence.
George Campbell \n-lerson,
Ge-'r^"- P. Wood, Henry Adderley,
Cnniad Duncome, Robert W -v
yer and William Meares. Your
signatures t>> this letter are x limi-
ted, V I as on us V'-rv face ii ex-
presses a h"-:h and fliuimt COIL
tempt of tin, lbs Ida jest}'s Court
of v hinceiv for tiie>e Islands and <
of myself, in my judicial Capacity
ns L'h incetlor, my Sentence is,
that for the said contempt e.nh
and every of you d> piy m His
Majesty a Sue "f ()i"' Hundre
Pounds, of lawful money of these
Islands ; and that you and each ol
vou be and to Hand committed
without bail or mainprise td the
common Gaol ol Nassau, for the
space of Three Calendar Months ;
and that each ami ev-rv of vou do
s-i si.md committed until youi
fines aie paid, respectively ; as
well as the Costs of this proceed*
inR.
Hut should you, or any one or
more nl you, become justly sen-
sible of the impropriety of your
conduct, and submit to this Court
in usual form, a due acknowledge-
ment of your contrition, for the of-
(Continued on fourth page)
r



T II E T R I 11 l -N E
Ube Grfbune
Thursday, May 22. 191).
ro-morrovv we carry out our
Empire Day celebrations. We
are proud to belong to the Bri-
tish Empire, and for that rea-
son there will be no spirit of
formality in what we shall do.
The Roman Empire was
wonderful. But its rulers made
the fearful mistake of making
all other parts of that Empire
subsidiary and tributary to the
city of Rome. However gently1
Rome might handle new pro-
vinces at hist, in the end they
were brought into the grip of a
system which bled them to
death by means of relentless
taxation, rf the British Empire
should ever fall to pieces it will
not be because Britain has fol-
lowed Rome's example in mat-
ters of taxation.
The mother country remotely
approached ^pch as\stcrn when
she soughTOo tax American
Colonies without giving them
representation. The war of In-
dependence was a blessing in
disguise. It taught British rulers
a lesson by which thev profited
when Canada was seething with
discontent. Canada got larger
liberties and larger pow era and
Canada is loyal to- day.
Since the Confedi ration of
Canada tins policy of having
oversea Dominions to govern
themselves has prevailed, and
the result is a blessed tighten-
lUg of the bonds Of empire
Cobdej was we believe mis-
represented when he was credit-
ed with foretelling and desiring
the severance of the Colonies
from the motherland in course
of time. What he foretold was
thedecavof the "Colonial S'vf.
,,m- The Coloi ial system
manl the irritating meddlesome
rule (>f Downin Bti i I Dowa.
lug Streetjinterferes less and less
with the freedom of action of
self-governing Dominions, and
thus those Dominions draw close
by their own will Bnd desire to
the British Governmi nt.
May Ci(.d bless our King and
Uueen more and more We be-
lieve that their minds and
hearts are keyed to the demo-
crat.c ideas which arc saving
our Empire from dissolution If
our gracious Kings life be
spared, he is likely to become
Lone of the most populai moQ.
archs that Britons have ever
known. In (Jueen Marv he has
an able and a qood coadjutor.
W'e say this in no servile spirit.
We firmly believe it to be true.
W'e wish for our citizens
varied enjoyments and a tho-
roughly bright day in every
way to-morrow.
J
EMPIRE DAY.
child born on the 24th May,
Victor, or Victoria.
THH EXERCISES
tomorrow bo far as we can ga-
ther will be as follows : at <. ;
a.m. the decoration of the Vic
tori a Statue by
The Daughters of the Empire,
At 10 great assembly ;it Rawsoit
Square of
The Public Sc hoi ls
which will be addressed t>\
I xi ellency the (iovernor.
Hi
^n
The great National Festival,
Empire Day will for conve-
nience sake, be observed tomor- i,.Mi:uriu\ lilt' VJUVCfllOI.
row instead of on the day, .sat- At 1,30 p.m. the usual Alhle-
urday. tic Sports of
In almost every part of this. The Eastern, Southern and
the greatest Empire the world Western Volunteer Fire Brigades
has seen. The British Empire, will begin on the Eastern Pa
the occasion will be <> served rade .nu\ at 4 lbs Exci
with every demonstration of I e Governor
loyalty that the races, languag- will arrive at the Parade ground
> . customs, conditions, environ- At 1 Athlei ic Sports it
ment, religion, culture, and tern- Saratoga,
perament of its component parts On Sunday, 25th, tie- usual
may dictate; they all will unite L)aySi rvicewill be held
111 honouring the Hag, 1 in at the Cathedral at 11 a.m.
Union jack, the emblem ol this ^
mighty empire, the greatness, A Law has been lately passed
the splendour, the vastness, and b> the New York Legislature
the powerfulnew of which every aid sanctioned by Governor
mind will contemplate, a- l a tzi 1 whii ii emu ti thai
great paean wall swell fro,,,. Nii ,.,._ ,.( |, .,. ,,, ,A
to sea and (phi, shore to roprietor. manager, iu
shore 01 One Flag. Oni penntcdint, agent or empl
I..RO-K, One K.ng and One ,,, ., ,, ,. ,,, ,,,ic a,
this morning, when [be rhila]
gai 1 Ii entei 1 1 inment.
I lis Excell in \ in In-- speech
said he was much pie 1 wit h
Ins visit, am I In '| ed ti > have the
pleasun 0 the child
! I was a '
mi ni.
jt
BM1.WI \- CH WIDER OF
1 .: It \a .
People.
THE FLAG.
The flag will I": in ei idenee
everywhere, it will il 1111 from
the old fortifications, from gov
eininent buildings, from church
towers, from tin
.in 1
datioii, resort or amu
shall * 11 -. am person such
ftc, or p
..' 1 displa 1 |Hibi
1 1 mail a ritlen or |riu h i
i-oiiununic 1 lion, noti< e 1 radvei
mansions ol it, to 1 ic ;l 1 that an)
the rich, from the humble cots ul accommodations ad
of the p or, from I 1 lowering tagesaiitljirivileges o
m
the din^;
fishermen,
"The flat; that lia* brave tliousaml yriu-
The battle and tlip \nrtf.
f the poor, from 1 lowering '
lasts of great ships and from place shrill be refused 01 I
.e single stick of the humble l" a"> >"'"":1 un a 11 1
race, creed, or colour, 01 th it
such person! are un \ '
Theprodui lion .fan- Miciii
mumcation, notn eoi nth nise
But in all our jubilation, let 1 1 p .,. iptive e n
"L *I!iU1, '.'','""', ue1l!'r^' ja'iy civil or criminal a cu ml |
1 ime w .is aut
her, whose natal day Empire tie
Day is, Victoria thb Great, place of public ace.....inflation,
the Good, of Immortal Fame; resoit or amusement <
to her much is due in the great- meaning of this article hi all be
ness of England; without her deemed to include r.\ um
the grandeur of the Empire tave.....r hotel, whether ion-'
would not have been what il is. duel d for the entertainment of
Her reign (64 years w 1 among transient gu foi 1 1
the longest in the world's his c.mniodatioool ti. 1
tory, and the most famous in health, recreation or resl and
the history of kr.nl.oid. j;,ny restaurant, eating house,
Victoria the matchlessQi.f in, public convex a... e on I.iikV or
the peerW, woman, the t bar^
wio* ami liM i.'iiiurn ......i__. ., ...
wite and the pattern mother,
her name should and always
will be revered in the homes of
this world wide Empire, and
we think that there is no more
effective way of perpetuating
her memory, than naming every
theatre and music hall.
Empire Celebration at Saudi-
hands Public School.This
school was visited by His Ex-
cellency the Governor and Mrs.
iladdon-Sinith at 10.30 o'clock
'I he Chamber of C< imerre
met :"i noon for I he
pirn one person
:n ittend 1 I'.xhihition at To-
n>nI ('an; to lake 1 hai e
of il Baha-
1 ill M mbers
pr C IV loliuson,
I t; Hoi I II. x"
L ifthn ise Mi ssrs Charles E.
i\\ U il. Isaiah
, A. K. Soh imon, C C,
Swi eting, U I Sa yer, E. V.
V. Suttou, W K Mo .re, W.
Hilton, l.C. Brice, \. IV Sut-
ton, S lunders, Leon E.
II. Iupu< a and 11 ;< M. Cole,
Secretan
Mr, Cole! the Se retary,
porl I that In eiwd
the 1 an ml-
vai e i towards
priK 1.1 ,1 exhibit, which
aim ei1 ii I handed ovei to
....
1 1 in 11 11 M '. 1.111
sir, I f 1 lie C in la
West In ',in
!n 11 that lii jive 1 \ 1 x
iisnistan it up
1 .
had also 1 i| lation
the a 1 itiou, from the
Ch unlMfi .1 1. in
1 pl.i 11 the dis
I1 I libit
on I iision woul I
lav 1 considered bj t e
Man 1 ent.
In to a n itice re*
>\ |esi ni 1. r .- in .; 1
1 E\
hibii in [\i 1 ap
plication, of| received
f rn 1 : 1 iitlemen,
u Inch .- . tin >i'i n
ir;
M' s-is. ||. C. Chi istie,S\iliiiy
Farrington, (J. J. Abbott, Frank
Holmes. II. N. Chipman and
Gordon T" Max 1 1 .
Mr. AI bury, second) d by Mr.
Hilton, nominated Mr. Chip-
man,
Mr. I.ofthouse expressed him-
self in favour of m, Holmea,
whom he nominated. His mo-
tion was Secondedb*Mr. Curry.
Upon the ballot being taken


\
: hi'. I H I i", ii N h
lli" vrftiRe stood as Follows ;
Mr. Chipman7. Mr, I lolmes
; Mr. Christii
' m is tl essary for
i \en\ to give tin 1
"110VERNMENT NOTICES'
The M'>ii. G. II. Johnson has
been appointed a temporary
i mrmhi 1 uf the New Proi id
ii 1. in l,i\ uut ol Board of Works.
Mr. Chipman. ,1 n p. \\ \\ -,
0,1 1110 amber ad- ;,,,, been ap ... ed a t
1 e r c f t h e D< 1
, in.
C. K. I liggs Esq lias Ii en
appoint : mp irary
oi ih,' I'.o 101 ol Pilots
John \ I > w ( I1 sg In-, been
appointed Publii v'accmator,
I 11 the : S. S
I he S< 1 retan "i State has ap
'I of the appointment of
Mr (i IV Ubun to be s.....d j
. P isi 1 ':. and Mr. W j
II Beth 11 to be Chiel Cl
Audi! I department, 1
Tenders are in\ ited "To con
struct a wooden building on
Fort Charlotte Gt
j- 'in in1
In the i I
Monday
question wi re asked by Mi"
Williams :
1. On u hat dit'- was 1
1 ; ;. led
ci.il yeai 1910-11 ; 1 p,
the I reasurv from the ilistrii t
'our
ON ruesdnv. fune prd,being
the Btrth'da nf His Ma-
ji stj the Kii z< I 'is Excellence
bl 1 iovern - I hi w hat date was th u 1
expended balam 1 ,
cial year 1911- ia remitted to
the treasury from the same
District ?
.j. If there was an) unusual
delay in making these remit-
tances what were the reasons
given, if any, by the Comi
sinner 1.1 ( harge of I ie disti 1
for the delay -
4- Is it not t dut) of mi .-I,--
( 'ting nlTici; Is to 1. ir.t 10 Govi rnor will hold a levee
< I ry at (iovermneni I louse from 12
ind as earl> .>- p >ssible noon till 1 p.ni
< ientlemen attending the Ie-
are requested to ear ui 1
I even in if dress, l hi Cler
theii i. anonicals, and
of the Bar, wigs and gow n.
1 lrd< is, and ui' dais 1 1 1 linia-
line- will be worn.
< ienl len en an 1
bring visiting cards, whi Ii
ha:di ip
\\. B. HADIJ N SMi III.
Captain,
Aide ile Camp.
THE NEXT TIME
you are buying Soap make no
j mistake, but ask lor Sunlight Soap
Alter you have used it in
your wash, you will always
remember to sav
lO
Sunlight
Soap
!* will become a friend
tin' home. Yon won't
t wgel it. and you will never
be without it.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED,
Port Sunlight, England.
alter li.sin : the books at tin
Hon. Jas, p
end of the Dnancial vear ?
Answers
Is :
It 1- presuni t the I Ion-
ible me
I to tin une\|iended h'-il
id Votes to the B >ai I V\
at (lovernoi I larbour, !
I ra.
I. 31st Ma .1,1!
- -"'!' Juili ,31st Vu tUSt and
1 '
fhere w re eas ms giv
en by tin Cci mnissii mer, but
the Goven 1 is eau i mi
1 to be mail 1 the 1 iuse
vl delay.
4. Yes, subject to the provi-
s: 'Us l)| '...... ,,
1'iiaiioi, ,\' ;.
in the Underwood bill, they are
confronted also by protests from
foreign countries against ad-
ministrative features of the bill
and tin pro* ision that would
U'rant a 5 reduction of the
duty on imports in American
bottoms.
Piot -:s from Kngl nd, (ier
m..... 1'iance, Ii ily, \ustralia
and oilier countries have been
ent to the state di, at Lment.
I lav.-Mi 1, 20.Augustine Par-
B Cub 111 aviator, who left
lv 1 West ,it 3,1 15 II cIim h this
; in mi 111 a Ir rlio-plane, in
an ai tempt ti fly to I lavaua,
tribute to a betterme.il of the
relations between i Ll. tain
and th" 1 Jerm 111 I
I real tttitude of the
peror w is illustra I to dav by
the giani uig of p tnlons l 11
Fjiglish spie now un l<
terms of imprisonment in Ger-
man v.
1 \I.|.I(;U' \i>
The Mail Steamer "Seguran-
ra steamed for Tampico yes-
prd ty afternoon.
J
The Mail Steamer "Vigilan-
Oia" arrived from Havana tins
Horning with the following
passengers:
Mr. and Mrs Archibald Mit-
chell and 28 in transit for New
York.
The Cable Office will be
Opened from ninef9) until ten
(10) o'clock Friday-May 2jrd.
May 22nd, 1913,
I.- 'iidon, .!. -King < i "i
and Queen Mary started t i-day
f the Appro-j for Berlin to attend the wedd"
ing <>f Princess Victoria I. iuie
daughter ol Lmperor William.
Sacramento, California, 20.
California's alien land bill be-
came the law of the state tci-
day against protests of Japan!
and represent,p i,.ns of l'lesident
Wilson.
Governor Johnson signed the
bill and ninety days after the
adjournment of-the legislature,
the act becoma't operative.
Washington, 20.While de-
mocratic senators are wrestling
with home manufacturers pro-
testing against numerous rates
I
, ,- lu k in the
, ai In ui il Mai ien, foi t> miles
wesf of I lavan.i.
Philadi Iphia, 20. I*he two
Union Jacks thai swathed the
laxly of Hr Wilson. Captain
Scott's comrade, when he was
oimd by the searching party,
have been presented by Ins.
widow to Gloucester Cathedral. |
_________ 1
Philadelphia! 20.Threats to
tie up shipping all along the
Atlantic Coast unless the Ioiir-
shoremen on strike bere arc
granted their demands were
madeto day by national organ-
izers of the Industrial Workers
of the world.
THE w.llhe hi -ii'' 11
infill in the (im I S,-i 1 ., 1 i
HmII on lues 17
I 'I I t Ir .
-. ; 11 -. i 1 1
ilri-n ul J i "i'1 is. iRpi
IC il IS. H^ll .1 I 11 --1,in 11 .
1' ir* open at 7 J 1' 'ii
:,! s p ,, |
T
lk-rlin, 2<>. Preparations for
the wedding on Saturday of
Princess Victoria Louise and
Prince Ernest August of Cum-
berland give striking promin-
ence to the emperors apparent
desire to make the occasion con-
III 1. O. R. S. .11,.1 D. of* \
will ci'!.'li,,,ip tn,-,r I hi
giving A11 n 1 v 1 -.o y in th' ''
NhoSAii Court, tiii siukLiv, I
Mhv, tqi3, .it 4 o'clock. I','
Friends ul the (hdei sre 1 ordia
inviied.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT B L A C KS
223 Buy-Streel
Mi.l THE NASSAU CANDV
Kin HEN.
Ml LNTI.KV 4 PALMERS
f] NEW Good Luck Biscuits
I 0 we nnri in Ii ill 1 aid packets
;,l IS. Jil I"1' IU,
Huntl' > .*>: r.ili'ir-s p 'lit I., u
M.nie ind Coton.ition, in
11,mud |,;i, kl is
CKAWFOUD'S Buttei i ufJ
|l. pHckStl at 4(1.
"I fillil" mid Puff Cro.,Hi-
nt is. 6 I, p 1 lb.
Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb,
LIPTOVS D i()A.
} II). tins is.
2 Of. 6d.


Ill'
i u l u u :. i.
fence into which you have been
betrayed, a favourable consider*
tion will be given 10 the applica-
tion.
I direct that this my Sentence be
entered at length upon the Minn
les of the Court.
(Signed)
J. CH \RMICHAEL-SMVTH.
Chancellor.
Court <> Chancery,
Nassau, 8th Dec. 1832.
A true Copv.
C. R. NESBI IT,
Acting Reg. C. C.
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE AND STOUT.
A delicious Drink brewed from
Mops containing all the tonic
value of ale and Stout but with-
out the after effects, price 6d.
bottle. 5s. doz.
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7^d. Ouarts iod.
SPARKLING VALENTO WINK.
Pints yhd. Per doz. 6s.
GINGER ALE & GINGER BEER
Pints 6d. Per doz 5s.
SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
CASES.
SOLD AT BLACK'S
222 Rav St. 'and
THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
H. S. BLACK. Agent.
THE SPECIAL* CALiTat"
THE R.OYAL STOKE
OCR "Royal" Household
Bland Hour selling at 2d
prure per lb. and 30s. per bug of
196 lbs.
"olden Star Flour 2 lbs for 3Jd.
and "Laurel Brand" Hour" 2 lbs
for 3|d.
Centennial Flour per bag 28s.
Pigs Fort in Vinegar at 7d. per ll>.
Brown Sugar at a|d. par lb. Our
rice white and clean, best in town
selling at 4CI. per quart.
All our Groceries are fresh and
good quality and aheap,
Pure Jamaica Rum at 10s, par
gallon,
JAMF8 L. SAUNDERS & Co.
Nissnu N. P.
Ha fin mas.
April ijth 1913.
I hs Committee 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 pi sea aSpeoial Exhibition Num-
ber of "Tha Sfrombua" on aala at
the exhibition aa named above.
ExhlMtera. Buslnaas men gene-
rally. Lodging House Keepers.
Boarding House Haapers. Owners
of places to rent aa winter re.i-
dencea. Owners of Roala.etc.etc
would do well to advertise in the
Exhibition Number and bring their
buaineaa to the notico of the maaiy
thouaanda of Canndiane who will
vlalt thia exhibition, and who are
e. growing factor in our touriat
buaineaa.
Special ratea. Space shouM be
ssi urait early.
More than two thousand of thia
iaaue will be printed which will
make it the moat valuable adver-
tlalng medium ever publiahad in
he Bahamaa. No one who hae
anything to aell or to hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Si 1 ombus."
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September 8
THE Committee appointed by
the Chamtei <>l Commerce
to organize the Bahama! Exhibit
would be glad to receive offer*
from intending Bxhibiton tf my
of the undermentioned artii I , 1 s
well as any others that might if.
commend themselves for the im-
pose :
Sisal Fiuit
Sponge Mais
Canned Pine-apples Shells
Canned Tomatoes Curing
P'eservas, various Woods
Plants, potted I 'arvinal
Cigars Tortoise Shell
Tobacco Tortoise Shell W.irW
Bark Cotton
Shell Basket Work.
All Exhibits must he in the
hands ol the Committee in time
for the Si earner leaving tins pon
August |gt, 1913,
Apply to
CHAS. K. ALRURV,
Chair mm.
CH IS. I. ABBOTT,
Secretary,
Wl*. would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke thai we n>>w
have on h ,nd an extensive Slock nf II WAN \ CIGARS, We
guarantee our brand to be made of ih* finest Havana, and *ui
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
Tli' se Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an aiticle ol stipenni qn .l.u
The success we have mei w ith in the 1 >--i leads us 1 onlidrntly toexp*cl
the patronage of connoisi "is
J. I. S\l NDI US \- C.ti.
l|.i\ Stieel
FUS SELLS
CONQENStD
f MILH
'-iLFfiFiY :^Jtr
\ ^"tr'AHtO BY S .
FUSS ELLIrQlSrf
Cutlery
Shef-
field
a fine assortment of .
_ ., RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases,
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E. Albury
\\
Why import Butter
fpom New York?
It costs more than 50CtS. per lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at -it-is. per lb. and weigh!
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
7 WTED. -Mouse Servant,
(iimd :'
Appl> "I ribone >lTi< ."
I OR SALE BY I KNDER.
/ \\E Hell ol thai fles.ii ibl*
\_J huilding Lt on 1 he Eastern
si.ie -if \i.icka\ stieii, limiting un
I tay.street 81 lee', end iiiiini. g
siniihwartily 135 feet.
I lie right is reserved to rrjeci
lhe xvInile ir ailV l>l Ilia I ei 11 Iris.
Tenders will |>.- tareive I hy
I. M. KNOWLES,
528 East Rnv street, until ihe 31SI
Mny, 1013.
ink lHUE.
A MX ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE wild twiii .....mi al
taiiied and all out r convem
tenon including n Tunic,
East Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prism,,
Apply in
JOS 1. mm;
Blue I lill St, Soulli
CO I N D.'/nth.- Northern
1 Mud, an Open Sponging
Boat, about 15 fe,| keel, Abaci
model, painted white outside, blue
I ransom. Ihe Owner will please
communicate with
THE COMMISSIONER.
___________Nicolls Town, Andros.
WilliamTshoeS
Are BETTER
:fe^-^
... !
W. \. M \ I'IIML
UNDI RTAKER.
DESIRES In |iihrili his fi ends
and ihe I ublic ih .1 he hn.
jusi received n complete outfit H
li' i'llll s (hi ilie business ih 'taki 1, mhull \i res him ill a
lii'sii inn m i ai 1. 'in f uneiaN that
l>e 1 ni 1 ustei' t 'Ins rare wnh
system and d< s, Htch ; and re|ect
hilly soln it, iIh-ii patronage t iet
l'\ I'l II I S lllst ., 1.1 piOVI
in- the veij lowest for lust class
Work,
N O I' I C E.
rl 11~s is to inform my Patron*
Mild the I '11 hi ic in < icin ia I
Dial I I,.1 v.- up m<| inv I'uhli
Itl.i'T Smith M'np; and am innv
ready t 1 do anything in 1 he line 1
(ieneial lepair u ne w nrk I lor*
SI.....111 _' "specially All work done
Met a meal I).
P. A. Iluvhr.
4 S i Bay Stre'.t. East ( Wharf i
REPUDIATION.
I.AING. Mv wife t'hristiii:i Lning
having lelt mv home without mu-
tual consent, I therefore will not
hold myself responsible for any
debts transacted in my n.une by
her.
MALAC HI LA INC.
A race is no better than its
women


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