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THE T R 1 B ll N E Zbc XErfbunc SttlurJav, May 24. 1913. The Empire Day celebrations were to our mind a real su< CflSS, and a sober yet bright expression of loyalty to tlie Throne and to the Empire. The work of the Daughters or the Empire at the statue of Queen Victoria was quietly an I appropriately done, and tl ol the National Anthem unded very sweet to th whr> were awaiting the Go^ nor'sap] i .,il on %  re. The School children were as attractive as ever with I bright singing their waving flags and their enjoyment of thi ii worn. The Police Hand. fn sh from what we eonsi !• the best rendered Concert they have given, which took | the ni-ht h. fore, added a rkle to the proceedings. 'Hie Acting Chairman of the Hoard of Education Rev. D. VVilshere as he read an to His Excellency al | of the proceedings, %  -• emed to lit in with the part it was his duty to take, and the speech of the Governor was a gem. It was clearly delivered, well I I'l'-M, and full of just I t kind of ideas and prim ifor such an i >n. ^ e h' ar that tin' young had i good time of it at S iratoga, and | ed crowd that surrounded the I rn Parade had something rtb,looking at in the various sports of the afternoon.t >f course 'he sack ra il plentj of laughter also tl tiltiii',' torfrnament wl ii h as ent" red into v. ,11 and good temper. 'I; n indant was the right man in the i place, and the ju Igi and i um> mittee showi d ihat they were < x| ei ienced in their w ork. \ we listened to 1 el and we felt t a' good playing is noi i onfin Band. Nassu line. II is E x< (and Mrs. I laddon-SmithJ came up rresh foi his work in the ai ternoon, and seined t<. enjoy the Sports. Al we saw the crowd wending ils way homeward at eventide, tired but good natured and satisfied, we fi It thai those who LI ii ed tin .'arious, tiactionsul the daj had ever1 on to congratulate them <>n the way in which things had turned out. The meagre display of The Flag yesterday does not say much for, or is any credit to, out boasted loyalty and patriotism. The emblem of the Empire conspicuous by its absence on Empire Day, is a c ise "I" "1 %  let" with Hamlet left out. Yesterday being the day --et apart for the celebration or Empire Day, no paper was pul i ed from | e Tribune" ( I ..* The following ithe programme of the events, with winners. o f the Athletic n i the Eastern Parade on Empire Th • prises were presented by Mr. S. A. Dillet. Throwing Cricket Ball Percy Sand-.; 1 lerbert Ta) lor. Putting l61b. shot Sam Wallace ; Mel' B ggis. ion yards flat race isi heat, Peter Haven, and. heat. Ja Dillett. 3rd heat, Edward Ni colls 100 yards flat race I Final I [ames I hllet ; Peter I la> en, High Jump, running—(5 ft. 5 in.) —Prince Forbes ; 1 lerl ei I I 1 lor. Pole Jump w fe %  I 'en j •• I' orbi and Spoon I Bai tlett ; King I ompson. 230 vards Race 1st Prince Forbes 2nd hi at, Peter 1 laven. 3rd heat .lames Storr. 220 \iids final)—-Prince Forbes ; Peter I laven. Costume Ra< e Peter Ha-. Clinton Albury.' 1 mile Edwin Basdi n; Pel 1 I la 1 Tilth E South' em. 1 mile Nathaniel Johnson ; I' len. Obstacl Rai %  Peter I laven ; King Thompson. I Race 1 lenry Sands ; Stanley Elliott : I ) okey Ra e Jami Bai 1 Smith. Consolation Race William Abie ; Peter Haven. Commissioner G. A. Albury, Esq., has been granted eight weeks vacation leave of absence Alfred 1". Griffin, Esq., has been appointed Ac ting Com. sioner, i >v< rnors Harbour. The Band Concert on Thursday evening was attended by a large assembly. The programme inclu led some very fine items which were well rendered"The Red White and Blue" called forth an outburst of applause whan the Union Jack was displayed. Bahamian Ditties included "I loist the John B. sail" and I .inner Ray your dau liter's mai %  hich "bcoughl dow n 1 ii ise" so to speak. "When birds began to sing" will 1 • irlv repetition. We think tl 1on the who mcerl given band. Bravo We had the reof meetterday, Mi. Frank W. I ib! tative of the 1 inufa itui of Paints and Vanishes, of Brooklyn New York. This com P my manul the "F ulton Copper Paint," 1 ially for the Bahamas, and other tropii al countries. This paint contains at leasl >n %  half more copper m"tal per gallon than an) Ol for sale on this island. It was ri ally refreshing to us to meet the very genial representative of tinCompanv, and we are no) %  I 1 ess that ha i-it-. here. Mr. Ti hi en i* -i \ much I visit and ins 'ption ; beautiful, and feels that, if it were p issible for him to do n life in !,ind of perpetual sunshine : re the stree are "as >th aasphalt, and white as hleac 1ing shell." Mr. Tibben lefl 01 "\ i ilam ia" yesterday. W e 1 him bon voyage and that it will not be I. ng ere we will have the pleasure of coining linn again *e Mr. and Mrs. R, Barne Shepliei 1, among the eai best arrivals of our winter residents l.ast year, were pa "Vi ilan* j estei day. Mr. and Mis. Renwick and children wh 1 h in hi re since the winter of IQI 1 left per Vigilancia" yesterday. Among the pa,engcrs per "Vigilancia" yesterday, was Miss Agnes Mason, who goes to enter Lincoln I lospital as ,1 probatiouei of it* Training School for Nurses. Miss Alice Pvfrom WHQ. also a passenger by the mail steamer 1 a visit to her broin New York. Among the passengers bv the mail schooner "Leaon," this afternoon, for Governors Harbour Eleuthera, were Mis. Ethelind 1 Pyfrom a Mr 1 larrj Pj rrom. Vmong those by the mail h 1 nei "I I irl this afternoon, for ; Island, were Messrs Walter J. Bethel, and Walter II. o. Bethell. .•* The M >tor"Frarn es E" arrived on Thursdi j evening from Miami with a cargo of G is line Shingles, and "attle feed and the following pa :— Misses / mobia Robei ts, Ida ITS, 1 )j ui.i'n Rolle, ben Anil, Edith Roberts, Genice nders, and Sybil lunders ; M< s I larriet Beekley, Glad K Pr< ill 1 leruti, G trude Fdl 1, ,-,,. %  Roberts, Ri • a M. I.' 1 1 J(l I is ill. mi Se irle, Maud Toms, in I Maria s 1 inders; M r Win. II Alburj F lioiu is Davis, Zachariah Co Mex R iberts, Benjamin I >ors -tt, John A. Rolle, Nathaniel Bain, Win. M Ramsey. Wm T. Betln I, "\S ' %  n, Mi ; : 1 I v.,,' ray lor, 'I mas Brow \ Marl 1, Thomas Ki rip, J ones K'o ierts, Levi I >a is, Milto 1 Ne dey, C. F. >ea 1", I 1 1 is, Hilton Russell, and Henry I' Misters Lewis To ns, Leonard Searle, Nigel Robert*, Percival John* son, [acob Webb, and James Taj lorC471 j 'The Mail Steamei V ;ilancia" s a 1 I foi New T01 k • %  irlj \ ssterday aftern 1 with : .Mowing p;i %  %  • %  Misses Han iet H B %  %  Madi mi" F lorence W Page, Effis G. F. Adderley, Ivy M. lie o, Kathleen B. Renwi k F. M. I. Ren Majorie Bethel, Mabel G. Pinder, M. C. C. Clare,K I. Ma Ilorrie Russell, Alii • %  Pj from, Emily L. Christie, Enid Chi istie, Margaret Chi is) ie.and Marion Christie ; Mesdames P. E. Meeres, Charles S. Dolly, El telle Rattray, Sophia A. Burke, M. E. Wolfe. Marian Brock, Ella Leach, Alice (i. Maclure .\i\'\ Margaret Macintosh; Mr. and Mrs. R, 15. Shepherd, Mr an I Mrs. Robert II. Saw.



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V %  T II E T R I 13 U N E -JKi. yer, ag—Nnfaut Mr.and Mrs, W. J). Fraser, Mi. Mrs. Thos H. Renwirk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Bethell, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Malcolm, Mi and Mrs. < i. A. Alburj : Dr. an I Mrs. R W. Brat e,: M I 5 Ai mbi i I Ldwar 1 I.. Brown, 'lhas /. Smith, Harold Brown, f W. I r. Can vi. and ( M. Murphv ; Mastei %  Fre I. R. I'.... ., 1. II R. Renwick, C. W. I-'. Bethell, John II. Mac int< sh, and I tonala A. Macintosh, (ss) Misses Priscilla I lall, Cecilia Thorn)*on, Ann Ward, Pes si : ita C, Ward, Ann M. Nan n. ies S. Mason, Caroline t x, Maggie Ward, M %  linn Johnson, I lianah Smith, ieorgina, Barton, Sarah Barton; M< Robert I. Bartlett, Henry H I leal, W'ui. \V. Hilton, Lewis [saai s, Wm Green, W. F. Claridge, P. C. Claridge (19) l ill. \l VGISTRA1 ES C* URT M:.\ ia Solomon Brice —Brea Sponge and Turtle Fisheries A I and repay j^v to Mr. Moore as amount advanc ed on tin' voya Win. Bowl .' and beating Lovely Forbi t — £1 01 .21 days. |ami lers I. 1 trunk in St. II Using profane and ind .language on same o< i asion I 5s. or .( davs II -. 6d or y days. • Isaiah Rolle I Drunk, II Using profana and indei enl language in v t. [5s 'i 1 da II 1 os. 01 8 days. Maiv 1 1 1 : 1 1 Dog License Acl I hsmissa I. James Dixon Assaull ing and beating 1 heophilus Morris ros 01 I • ilia I '1 imps >n I 'sing fen guage in hearing <>f persons in the neighborhood, towards Sarah Adderley, tending to a oreach of the peace — Complainint and Defendant bound in their Own recognisances each in .{,;, to keep the peace for three niMiiihs and defendant to pay is. oil. as half costsjto complainant. 13—Courtnay Bosfield Using language in sight and I ing df j ersons in the neighborhood towards 1-ldgar Carney tending to a breach of the peace Fined 12s. and 3s. costs. In default of payment 14 days imprisonment. Densa Thompson —Larceny of 2 cutlasses value 5s. 6d. the goods and chattels of Edwin X. Knou Ies Dismissed. GOVERNMEN l NO! [CES. An < hdei of the King in Council, under the Coloni il P ers Rei oval \, is public ie Monday the 26th of May b?ing the birtkd ly of Her Majesty the Queen v ill be observ id as a Public llolid., Miss M i\ Cl tre, T I P rator, has b 1 inted months vacation leave of Dolores Clare has been appointed A< ting Telephone )prator. Miss Wighton, Charge Nurse, The I lospitai has been granted ten days vacation leave of absence. O NI lay, June 3rd, being the Birthday of His Maths King, I Its Excellency e Govei vill hi >ld a le* ee .a < iovei nment Ho im 1 2 till 1 pan. en attending the levee arerequested to wear uniform nrevenim mica Is, and men .nid gov* ns. • >r miniatun ill bi worn. 1 |uested to bring visiti ich will led to the Aide-de 11. HADDONSMITH, Captain, Aide-de-Camp. C \la EGR VMS TELLS A BOLT 50000 BOOKS FREEBYM'JL WORTH sio TO AUTMAH .-ry affbrtad man. suffan quick for h from any snar % af Powaf, Nervoua l>i*iity, IwBaerittona, l Urita He or OMIUCIOIM Dttaaa*. the AfUr^lTwU of Put Livtna ; J Stomach. Liver. Kidnvy and Madder Trouidm No matter how M lonu >ou have Buffer*'!; how old or stubborn your omae ; how, ofun yot have failad to find re]if or h.w 'tiamunurad a* l 1 • %  sbled to t lie Rnyol Ulstei Yacht Clubaccep ing Sir Thomas l.iptnns ohallenne f"i tiie Amenen's ( up. I he races will take |>i.ue in >epiembei M114 undei Ihs New \'.'rk Yachl Clulis piescnt rulrs as ID '' %  '• '-ir < %  < n %  '. lime allowance, and racing rules. Sir Thon.ii considers that die conditions of acceptance of his challenge !>y the New York Yachl Club are s great victory for him. Londi n. 9 '. I neat interest has been arroused in Sheffield in a method (if producing superioi high rd steel by the introduction ol cobalt. The process has been patented throughout the world by a continental firm, hut there ara indications that at Sheffield, the ceni'tre of the English high speed steel industry, the .nanufacturers will fight foe the privi 1 :;%  "I m steel without having to pay roynltty undei a foieign I w tent. material mirk? a great idvance on the best qualities ol steel at present obtainable for boring and cutting t"< ils. Havana, 43. -With an outburst ,>( enthuxi 1'I sui h as is seldom 1 11 1. which augurs w for 11 ulmiinstr ition M. j ,, i, neral Menocal was in d<*j ,n in-. Lirated tinthird president ol I. mdon, .-. I inMorninc Post hi ri.illy that ti is HDIUII d t> supp 'he l 'alifornia dispute will lead t.. a rupture between the l'i iied States and Japan, 1 luaii goveinment* are convinced "I Ihei* ability to find a basis lor a ii 11 ndly sett; I 1 Ion, i Covent Gardi packed ai doubled price-, to-nighi on the occasion nl Caruso's renppeareni e ia London. I he audience were enthusiastic and gave Laruso a great Welcome. London, 23.—The Standard is-erls that the militant suffra gettescause is practically bankrupt. It declares hat it knows that tin alleged "Wai Chest" f the sula gigantic bluff. London, aa.—Welcoming such promising incidents as the new reginie ol peace in America and Ihe preparations now in progress foi the celebration of the completion ol one hundred yesiS "f peace between (Ireat Britain and the United States" was the prominent phrase of a resolution moved by t ie President of the Board of I ion, tIi Right I Ion los .1 V P MS, an 1 : ted with acclamation at the ninery seventh annual meeting ol the peace society, held at the Mansion House tn-dav under the presidency of the Lord Mayor of ^ondon. Mr. Pease was the principal spea ker. St. \n Iresvs, is result ol tin iuttered milit int ties thai tfie> will Ii story the 1 ml tin and thus %  dei play imp in the Ids mi item goll championship, liich is to !)'• comp (ted l -i next Week. Sands'STUDio LOSES I Innl av aand foi 1 mouth on c Cutlery Sheffield a hue assortment of: RAZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in Cases. and SCTSSt >RS. (or wile by Chas. E Albury Williams SllOeS Are BETTER JL



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THE T K I B U N t 1 —^i ha'f fmnc was going to bring her n million. HINT TO Y >UNG MEDICOS "IN your insti uci n ns in your patients," said a pbj sii ian to n young practitioner, he particular in giving minute directions concerning diet. This has great effect, on t lie minds of old women es| ally, as iheir maladies are in a great measure imaginary. (I list of what is to be eaten at break, fast, dinner, and supper, and you may depend upon b< ing m ide the subject of conversation, and will mmm Baby's Welfare HHg ^THE -ALLENBURYS" FOODS being perfectly digestible and closely resembling human milk, give freedom from digestive ailments, promote sound sleep and ensure vigorous health and development. ^Uenbargs Foods i, 7H to >e ci %  "I broi ght | mj sel f into i < and gained I prominent families bj nding to a wealthy old lady the left leg of a boiled fowl. Once, when I W s away on a short vacation, tins old lady fell ill, and was obliged 10 tend fur a neighbouring physician, who, by the way, was/eallya well, read man. ( i n ins attempting to l rsuade her that the left Icy posed no pai In ill ii VII tu re, she be. came quite indignant and uncom plimentary." ^ and the 'ALLENBURYS' FEEDER. Simplest and Best. MILK FOOD No. 1. From birtb lo 3 montha. MILK FOOD No. 2 From 3 lo 6 nuotht. MALTED FOOD No. 3 From to months upwards. s IM.Iicd) From 10 uioolhs upwards. TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES A Pamphlet on liii.mi Feeding • %  ml MnnaRrmmt Free. ALLEN ix HANBURYS Ltd.. London. England. m m ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to September 8 T HE Committee appointed by the Cham! er ol Comn ti> organize the Bahamas Ex I ii w i tuld be ^1 id in i. 11 i'. 6 i >ff< i s from intending Exhihitois ol i,n) ol the undermentioned articlrs, as well as any others that illiglll recommend themselves l"i i purSisal Spi i Canned Pirienpple i aimed Tomatoes Preflrves, i ai ions Plants, potted Cigars I'ohai i i Dad W R would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h-md an Slock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made ol the finest Havana and Sumntrr vvi i| ipei-. .mil 11 i. >'n• nightml %  II, are • our premises by skilled workmen tide ol superior qn ilny. The succ s eads us confide ntl) toi i the | %  i irs |. I.. S.M NDf RS St Co li.n St N O T I C E. '"T""* 111- is to inform my Patrons! 1 and the Public in i ii neral that I have open-d my Pnlilii: Black Smith Shop; and am now read) to do anything in the line of General repair or new work HorM ling Special l y. All work done Mechanically. P. \. Hovler, I Bay Street. East (Wharf) Fruil Mais Shells ('urios Woods Carvings Tortoise Shell 'I'm ioi>e Shell W ii k i "citinn Shell n iskei Wo All Exhibits musl I, in (he lnnds nl 11 •• Comm i I lee in time tor the Steai i lea ving this pori August [st, I Apply t" rn.\N. i rn \s. M.I'.'N'V, Chairmai. or AHBOTT, S< cret rv. pill-. I. (). (i. S. and D. nl S. 1. wi 11 celebrate their Thanks, giving Anniversary in the Hall, Nassau Court, on Sunday, asth May, loi";. at 4 o'clock! The Friends of the Order are cordially invited. A race iz no better than its women The Committee of th". Appl> "I 111 MI II.()lli< REPUDI \ I ION. LAIN! i. My w ih i hristina La ing having left mv h • •ine without mnlu.'i I consent, I i he efore will not hold in* • ble for any led in my name by \i \l. U'lll I.AlN'i. KOPS w i' IR sAl R NY i i-.xM'.k, O llall ol that I uilding I 't <• %  nf M.u i.a\ tre*>i, minting mi Hay-street Bi leet, nnd itinni '4 sun!!>anllj I 3 feet. I he right i • resi rved t" the \\ hole or .• MV nl the I end< rs. fenders will he eived I. M. KM > V A LES, • I Ray street, until the ; i-t Mnj. i 11 FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING HOUSE ^ ith li i di /. 'is. GINGEU Ml'. &GINGERBEER Pinti 6d, Pi r d I \l. PRIt l-.s BY THE I' \


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NMIIIUS nddklus jurarc in vcrba ma>i!islri. Buitiji bound lo fcwe-.vr lo the Do|m&i of no Master, 1 VOL. X. s.s sau, N. P.. Bfshtvmrvh. Saturday Mv 24. 1912 153 LliO.N I II. i>l PI ( II • ii Kaui > i OPPICI :i M \:: £KT -TKKI j N'.i .HI N". '.. II, iti > CD CD 0) o CD CO PUBLISHED \)\\L\ M HI !..\ \ •• ) ., ;, |, | .,liuglecop* 1 uasday, |'h.I, -..i.i v turriaj •ingle %  ••I,, v ... ,. ,,i 'Veelcly ... ,;,, monthly ; .. 4 ,| 2 tartoilv .. ... v WalfYearN Vrjilv |fti PAYABLP IN I DVANI I I Rat) >ix |irncipet line fm first inierl a |j„ e Bcond insertio iienm pei inir f. i !•,, %  • \ %  '' %  l I l ighl lines (S. "JUSI \I AM" Lorn Clement Ihviflil L. Mori ly s nd of I %  "Juai -is I \m :" 'It has done n d (•• ihe I numliei ;i!iil has touched mmI iv fully. III HI an\ otl'<*l In inn." I .' Nuihor, Chrelotte III boi n in Brighton, England, Man ,. At illagi nl ilnriy-i i.e\ e e illn^s left liet a he pless in. v;ilnl. Rtv. Dr. Ca Rifled Swiss pr< ch r, WM visiting ;it her home, and one evening ih**> fell into conversation regarding Christian life. The earneat missionary asked hei il she thought herself an experimental > hristian. She relented Ins scan hin _• qu4nti< n, and inlil him that she did no| wish to discuss the matter, Dr. M.il.m answered that lie would not pur. sue the the subject if it displeased her, hut would prat (hat (he might five herself to Christ, Several mark had troubled her. "I do want to find Christ," she said ; "I uant you i help me.,' I It, Milan answered, "Came to him just as you are." He little thought that these words w'lu'd inspire a song that, bringing sweet counsel and comfort to troubled hearts, would lead many to accept the risen Christ as their personal Saviour. Just when the hymn was written is not Known, but in 1837 it was lust published anovmously. It found iis w ay into sera p-l 1 x-ine eais later a philantliro| ic lady had the w ords pi inted leaflet, and circulated through the 1 ties and towns of England. Miss Elliott was at Torquay, Devon shire, under the care <>f an earnest t hristiun physici; n. lie placed one of these leaflets in her hands. I he sin j. 1 is" nnd pleasure w ere mutual when si • nized her own Ii\ tnn. .mi! he discovered that ihe M a s 11"' %  u tli"i." OtieMitidav evening in 1895,8 young lawyer who had scoffed at teligion, was lying ill in Ins rot m i eai the Lenox Ro id Metlindist 1 I arch iu Hi m Id) n I le was thinktig 1 f his wasted life and Ins godly parents, w lio-e teachings lie had .red. I he w mdi >w s wen 1 n, fm it v> as a wa 1 in evening, snd these words came home lo him through the stillness : "Just as I am, without one pit 1 But tii it Ihy blood M is s ,.,i fur rjie, And thai Ihou hi 1st me com !i 1 tli.-. I > I ,I::I'I "I "Just as I ; 1111. H"l Wfiil ing H"t T" 111! m\ soul 1 'I me dnrh h'ot, To thee, w lu*s Lamb of God, I come "Just as I am, thy love I own lias broki n every barrier down ; Now to be ilitne, yea, thine Alone, O Lamb of God, I come !" And he came. The next morning he sent for the pastor of the church, I lolding out Ins hand lo the minister, and, with eyes full of (ears .Mil a voice • If ked it Ii %  tioa, he said, "I want to tell you that I have found lesus Christ to lie the Saviour of my soul." 'I hen he told of hearing tlie Song, ol his slerpless night, of Ins strug* gle, and of the sin render. Many incidents might be given t s IOW mg the cotnfot t and help which tins hymn lias brought to wear) heaits, Doubtless jjRcv. II. \". Elliott, a brother "I the author, was warranted in saying, "In the course of a long ministr), I h pe 1 hive been permitted to see ajnw fruit "l .n\ la'...us. bul I feel that I. i more has been done by a single hymn ol i y sish r." After M.ss Elliotts d nil, more than one thousand l-tii j i> were found among hei papers, thanking hei for writ* mg "Just as I Am." R4 IMA.MTIC LEG ICY A WEALTHY man died in BruS ii-.imi, ncaiiv the whole of Ins fortune In a \ oung wi i n in was entirely unai qi ainti d with 111:11. I le was a vei y ei c mtric man, and set out, like 1 liogi in s, in search ni an honest man, 11 is "tub" was au omnibus, and his Lantern a sin ill coin, In the omnibus he took ins sr.it near the conductor, and always showed himsell very obliging, p i g u|' the money of passengers and returning ihe change, but to the lattet he always managed to add a Franc, or a halffianc. 'I hen lie would witch those io i\ horn ii <• ime. I hey would count it carefully ; notice the extra coin,andiuvariably slip it into their pockets. No one thought of the poor conductor, whose meagre salary of three francs a day could ill spare such a loss. Hut at last a young woman passed hers bail; with: "Conductoi you have given me Haifa franc t' much," "Diogenes," del ighted, fi illo %  • hei home, made inquirn s, and a the answers were satisfactory made his w ill in her favour, though he never gave her warning that her (Continued on fotirih page) 1 i


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NmIIius nddklus jurarc in vcrba ma>i!islri.
Buitiji bound lo fcwe-.vr lo the Do|m&i of no Master,
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VOL. X.
s.s sau, N. P.. Bfshtvmrvh. Saturday Mv 24. 1912
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"JUSI \- I AM"
Lorn Clement
Ihviflil L. Mori ly s nd of I! .
"Juai -is I \m :" 'It has done
n d ( ihe I numliei,
;i!iil has touched mm- I iv
fully. III hi an\ otl'<*l In inn." I .'
Nuihor, Chrelotte III boi n
in Brighton, England, Man
,. At ill- agi nl ilnriy-i
i.e\ e e illn^s left liet a he pless in.
v;ilnl. Rtv. Dr. Ca
Rifled Swiss pr< ch r, wm visiting
;it her home, and one evening ih**>
fell into conversation regarding
Christian life. The earneat mis-
sionary asked hei il she thought
herself an experimental > hristian.
She relented Ins scan hin _ qu4nti< n,
and inlil him that she did no| wish
to discuss the matter, Dr. M.il.m
answered that lie would not pur.
sue the the subject if it displeased
her, hut would prat (hat (he might
five herself to Christ, Several
fur her abruptness, and confessed
that tins question nnd partingre>
mark had troubled her. "I do
want to find Christ," she said ; "I
uant you i help me.,' I It, Milan
answered, "Came to him just as
you are." He little thought that
these words w'lu'd inspire a song
that, bringing sweet counsel and
comfort to troubled hearts, would
lead many to accept the risen
Christ as their personal Saviour.
Just when the hymn was written
is not Known, but in 1837 it was
lust published anovmously. It
found iis w ay into sera p-l 1
x-ine eais later a philantliro| ic
lady had the w ords pi inted
leaflet, and circulated through the
1 ties and towns of England. Miss
Elliott was at Torquay, Devon
shire, under the care <>f an earnest
t hristiun physici; n. lie placed
one of these leaflets in her hands.
" I he sin j. 1 is" nnd pleasure w ere
mutual when si nized her
own Ii\ tnn. .mi! he discovered that
ihe mas 11"' utli"i."
OtieMitidav evening in 1895,8
young lawyer who had scoffed at
teligion, was lying ill in Ins rot m
i eai the Lenox Ro id Metlindist
1 I arch iu Hi m Id) n I le was think-
tig 1 f his wasted life and Ins god-
ly parents, w lio-e teachings lie had
.red. I he w mdi >w s wen 1 n,
fm it v> as a wa 1 in evening, snd
these words came home lo him
through the stillness : -
"Just as I am, without one pit 1
But tii it Ihy blood m is s ,.,i fur
rjie,
And thai Ihou hi 1st me com !i 1
tli.-.
I > I ,i::i'i "I '
"Just as I ; 1111. H"l Wfiil ing H"t
T" 111! m\ soul 1 'I me dnrh h'ot,
To thee, w lu*s arh spot,
1) I .auili of God, I come '
"lust ns I am. though ti ss*d a,bout
With many a conflict, many a
doubt.
"Fight u"s within and fears with-
out,
<) Lamh of ("10.1, 1 o m '
'".lust as 1 am, poor, wretch d,
blind,-
Sight, riches, healing of the mind,
Yea, all I nerd, in thee to ''ml,
o Lamb of Uod. 1 come !
"Just as I am, thou wilt receive ;
'Wilt welcome, paidon, cleanse, re-
lieve ;
Because thy promise [believe,
i > Lamb of God, I come
"Just as I am, thy love I own
lias broki n every barrier down ;
Now to be ilitne, yea, thine Alone,
O Lamb of God, I come !"
And he came. The next morn-
ing he sent for the pastor of the
church, I lolding out Ins hand lo
the minister, and, with eyes full of
(ears .Mil a voice If ked it Ii
tioa, he said, "I want to tell
you that I have found lesus Christ
to lie the Saviour of my soul."
'I hen he told of hearing tlie Song,
ol his slerpless night, of Ins strug*
gle, and of the sin render.
Many incidents might be givent
s iow mg the cotnfot t and help
which tins hymn lias brought to
wear) heaits, Doubtless jjRcv. II.
\". Elliott, a brother "I the author,
was warranted in saying, "In the
course of a long ministr), I h pe 1
hive been permitted to see ajnw
fruit "l .n\ la'...us. bul I feel that
I. i more has been done by a single
hymn ol i y sish r." After M.ss
Elliotts d nil, more than one
thousand l-tiiji> were found among
hei papers, thanking hei for writ*
mg "Just as I Am."
R4 IMA.MTIC LEG ICY
A WEALTHY man died in BruS
. ii-.imi, ncaiiv the whole of
Ins fortune In a \ oung wi i n in
was entirely unai qi ainti d with
111:11.
I le was a vei y ei c mtric man,
and set out, like 1 liogi in s, in search
ni an honest man, 11 is "tub" was
au omnibus, and his Lantern a
sin ill coin, In the omnibus he
took ins sr.it near the conductor,
and always showed himsell very
obliging, p i g u|' the money of
passengers and returning ihe
change, but to the lattet he always
managed to add a Franc, or a half-
fianc. 'I hen lie would witch those
io i\ horn ii < ime. I hey would
count it carefully ; notice the extra
coin,andiuvariably slip it into their
pockets. No one thought of the
poor conductor, whose meagre sal-
ary of three francs a day could ill
spare such a loss.
Hut at last a young woman pass-
ed hers bail; with: "Conductoi
you have given me Haifa franc t'
much,"
"Diogenes," del ighted, fi illo
hei home, made inquirn s, and a
the answers were satisfactory
made his w ill in her favour, though
he never gave her warning that her
(Continued on fotirih page)
1
i


THE T R 1 B ll N E
Zbc XErfbunc
SttlurJav, May 24. 1913.
The Empire Day celebrations
were to our mind a real su< CflSS,
and a sober yet bright expression
of loyalty to tlie Throne and to
the Empire.
The work of the Daughters
or the Empire at the statue of
Queen Victoria was quietly an I
appropriately done, and tl
ol the National Anthem
unded very sweet to th
whr> were awaiting the Go^
nor'sap] i .,il on
re.
The School children were as
attractive as ever with I
bright singing their waving
flags and their enjoyment of
thi ii worn. The Police Hand.
fn sh from what we eonsi !
the best rendered Concert they
have given, which took | .
the ni-ht h. fore, added a
rkle to the proceed-
ings.
'Hie Acting Chairman of the
Hoard of Education Rev. D.
VVilshere as he read an
to His Excellency al |
of the proceedings, - emed to
lit in with the part it was his
duty to take, and the speech of
the Governor was a gem. It
was clearly delivered, well
I I'l'-M, and full of just I
t kind of ideas and prim i-
for such an i >n.
^ e h' ar that tin' young
had i good time of it at
S iratoga, and |
ed crowd that surrounded the
I rn Parade had something
rtb,looking at in the various
sports of the afternoon.t >f course
'he sack ra il plentj of
laughter also tl tilt-
iii',' torfrnament wl ii h as en-
t" red into v. ,11 and
good temper. 'I; n indant
was the right man in the i
place, and the ju Igi and i um>
mittee showi d ihat they were
< x| ei ienced in their w ork. \
we listened to 1 el and we felt
t a' good playing is noi i onfin
Band. Nassu
line.
II is E x<
(and Mrs. I laddon-SmithJ came
up rresh foi his work in the ai
ternoon, and seined t<. enjoy
the Sports.
Al we saw the crowd wend-
ing ils way homeward at even-
tide, tired but good natured and
satisfied, we fi It thai those who
liii ed tin .'arious,
tiactionsul the daj had ever-1
on to congratulate them
<>n the way in which
things had turned out.
The meagre display of The
Flag yesterday does not say
much for, or is any credit to, out
boasted loyalty and patriotism.
The emblem of the Empire con-
spicuous by its absence on Em-
pire Day, is a c ise "I" "1 ' let"
with Hamlet left out.
Yesterday being the day --et
apart for the celebration or Em-
pire Day, no paper was pul i
ed from | e Tribune" ( I
..*
The following i- the pro-
gramme of the events, with
winners.of the Athletic n i
the Eastern Parade on Empire
Th prises were presented by
Mr. S. A. Dillet.
Throwing Cricket Ball -
Percy Sand-.; 1 lerbert Ta) lor.
Putting l61b. shot Sam
Wallace ; Mel' B ggis.
ion yards flat race isi heat,
Peter Haven, and. heat. Ja
Dillett. 3rd heat, Edward Ni
colls
100 yards flat race I Final I
[ames I hllet ; Peter I la> en,
High Jump, running(5 ft. 5
in.)Prince Forbes ; 1 lerl ei I
I 1 lor.
Pole Jump w fe ! I 'en j
I' orbi
and Spoon I
Bai tlett ; King I ompson.
230 vards Race 1st
Prince Forbes 2nd hi at, Peter
1 laven. 3rd heat .lames Storr.
220 \iids final)-Prince
Forbes ; Peter I laven.
Costume Ra< e Peter Ha-.
Clinton Albury.'
1 mile Edwin Basdi n; Pel 1
I la1.
Tilth E South'
em.
1 mile Nathaniel Johnson ;
' I' len.
Obstacl Rai Peter I la-
ven ; King Thompson.
I Race 1 lenry Sands ;
Stanley Elliott :
I) okey Ra e Jami Bai 1
Smith.
Consolation Race William
Abie ; Peter Haven.
Commissioner G. A. Albury,
Esq., has been granted eight
weeks vacation leave of absence
Alfred 1". Griffin, Esq., has
been appointed Ac ting Com.
sioner, i >v< rnors Harbour.
The Band Concert on Thurs-
day evening was attended by a
large assembly.
The programme inclu led
some very fine items which
were well rendered-
"The Red White and Blue"
called forth an outburst of ap-
plause whan the Union Jack
was displayed.
Bahamian Ditties included
"I loist the John B. sail" and
I .inner Ray your dau liter's
mai hich "bcoughl dow n
1 ii ise" so to speak. "When
birds began to sing" will
1 irlv repetition.
We think tl 1- on the
who mcerl
given band. Bravo !
We had the reof meet-
terday, Mi. Frank W.
I ib! tative of the
1 inufa itui
of Paints and Vanishes, of
Brooklyn New York. This com
P my manul the "F ulton
Copper Paint," 1 ially for
the Bahamas, and other tropii al
countries. This paint contains
at leasl >n half more copper
m"tal per gallon than an) Ol
for sale on this is-
land.
It was ri ally refreshing to us
to meet the very genial repre-
sentative of tin- Companv, and
we are no) I
1 ess that ha i-it-.
here. Mr. Ti hi en i- -i \ much
. I visit and ins
'ption ; !
beautiful, and feels that, if it
were p issible for him to do
, n life in
!,ind of perpetual sunshine :
re the stree are "as -......>th
a- asphalt, and white as hleac 1-
ing shell." Mr. Tibben lefl 01
"\ i ilam ia" yesterday. W e
1 him bon voyage and
that it will not be I. ng ere we
will have the pleasure of
coining linn again
*e
Mr. and Mrs. R, Barne Shep-
liei 1, among the eai best arrivals
of our winter residents l.ast year,
were pa "Vi ilan*
j estei day.
Mr. and Mis. Renwick and
children wh 1 h in hi re
since the winter of IQI 1 left per
" Vigilancia" yesterday.
Among the pa- ,engcrs per
"Vigilancia" yesterday, was
Miss Agnes Mason, who goes to
enter Lincoln I lospital as ,1 pro-
batiouei of it* Training School
for Nurses.
Miss Alice Pvfrom whQ. also
a passenger by the mail steamer
1 a visit to her bro-
in New York.
Among the passengers bv the
mail schooner "Leaon," this af-
ternoon, for Governors Harbour
' Eleuthera, were Mis. Ethelind 1
Pyfrom a Mr 1 larrj Pj rrom.
Vmong those by the mail
h 1 nei "I I irl this afternoon,
for ; Island, were Messrs
Walter J. Bethel, and Walter
II. o. Bethell.
.*
The M >tor"Frarn es E" arriv-
ed on Thursdi j evening from
Miami with a cargo of G is line
Shingles, and "attle feed and
the following pa :
Misses / mobia Robei ts, Ida
ITS, 1 )j ui.i'n Rolle, ben An-
il, Edith Roberts, Genice
nders, and Sybil lunders ;
M< s I larriet Beekley,
Glad K Pr< ill 1 leruti,
G trude Fdl
. 1,,-,,. Roberts, Ri a M.
I.' 1 1 J(l I is ill.
mi Se irle, Maud Toms,
in I Maria s 1 inders; M r
Win. II Alburj F lioiu is Davis,
Zachariah Co Mex
R iberts, Benjamin I >ors -tt,
John A. Rolle, Nathaniel Bain,
Win. M Ramsey. Wm T.
Betln I, "\S !' ' n, Mi ;: 1 I
v.,,' ray lor, 'I mas
Brow \
Marl 1, Thomas Ki rip,
J ones K'o ierts, Levi I >a is,
Milto 1 Ne dey, C. F. >ea 1",
I 1 1 is, Hilton Russell,
and Henry I' Misters
Lewis To ns, Leonard Searle,
Nigel Robert*, Percival John*
son, [acob Webb, and James
Taj lorC471
j
'The Mail Steamei V ;ilan-
cia" s a 1 I foi New T01 k
irlj \ ssterday aftern.....1 with
: .Mowing p;i
Misses Han iet H B "
Madi mi" F lorence
W Page, Effis G. F. Adderley,
Ivy M. lie o, Kathleen B.
Renwi k F. M. I. Ren
Majorie Bethel, Mabel G. Pin-
der, M. C. C. Clare,K I. Ma
I- lorrie Russell, Alii Pj from,
Emily L. Christie, Enid Chi is-
tie, Margaret Chi is) ie.and Mar-
ion Christie ; Mesdames P. E.
Meeres, Charles S. Dolly, El
telle Rattray, Sophia A. Burke,
M. E. Wolfe. Marian Brock,
Ella Leach, Alice (i. Maclure
.\i\'\ Margaret Macintosh;
Mr. and Mrs. R, 15. Shepherd,
Mr an I Mrs. Robert II. Saw.


V" '
T II E T R I 13 U N E
-JKi.
yer, agNnfaut Mr.and Mrs, W.
J). Fraser, Mi. Mrs. Thos H.
Renwirk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
K. Bethell, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Malcolm, Mi and Mrs. < i. A.
Alburj : Dr. an I Mrs. R W.
Brat e,: M I 5 Ai mbi i I
Ldwar 1 I.. Brown, '- lhas /.
Smith, Harold Brown, f W.
. I r. Can vi. and ( .
M. Murphv ; Mastei Fre I. R.
I'.... ., 1. II R. Renwick, C. W.
I-'. Bethell, John II. Mac int< sh,
and I tonala A. Macintosh, (ss)
Misses Priscilla I lall, Cecilia
Thorn)*on, Ann Ward, Pes
si : ita C, Ward, Ann M. Nan n.
ies S. Mason, Caroline t x,
Maggie Ward, M linn John-
son, I lianah Smith, ieorgina,
Barton, Sarah Barton; M<
Robert I. Bartlett, Henry H
I leal, W'ui. \V. Hilton, Lewis
[saai s, Wm Green, W. F.
Claridge, P. C. Claridge (19)
l ill. \l VGISTRA1 ES C* URT
M:.\
ia Solomon BriceBrea
Sponge and Turtle Fisheries
A I and repay j^v
to Mr. Moore as amount advanc
ed on tin' voya
Win. Bowl .' and
beating Lovely Forbi t1 01
.21 days.
|ami lers I. 1 trunk in
St.
II Using profane and ind
.language on same o< i asion
I 5s. or .( davs
II -. 6d or y days.
Isaiah Rolle I Drunk,
II Using profana and indei enl
language in vt.
[5s 'i 1 da
II 1 os. 01 8 days.
Maiv 11 1 : 1 1 Dog
License Acl I hsmissa I.
James Dixon Assaull ing and
beating 1 heophilus Morris ros
01
I ilia I '1 imps >n I 'sing
fen guage in hearing <>f persons
in the neighborhood, towards
Sarah Adderley, tending to a
oreach of the peace Complain-
int and Defendant bound in their
Own recognisances each in .{,;,
to keep the peace for three
niMiiihs and defendant to pay
is. oil. as half costsjto complain-
ant.
13Courtnay Bosfield Us-
ing language in sight and I
ing df j ersons in the neighbor-
hood towards 1-ldgar Carney
tending to a breach of the peace
Fined 12s. and 3s. costs. In de-
fault of payment 14 days impri-
sonment.
Densa Thompson Larceny
of 2 cutlasses value 5s. 6d. the
goods and chattels of Edwin
X. Knou Ies Dismissed.
GOVERNMEN l NO! [CES.
An < hdei of the King in Coun-
cil, under the Coloni il P
ers Rei oval \, is pub-
lic ie
Monday the 26th of May b?ing
the birtkd ly of Her Majesty the
Queen v ill be observ id as a
Public llolid., .
Miss M i\ Cl tre, T
I P rator, has b 1 inted
months vacation leave of
Dolores Clare has been
appointed A< ting Telephone
' )p- rator.
Miss Wighton, Charge Nurse,
The I lospitai has been granted
ten days vacation leave of ab-
sence.
ONI lay, June 3rd, being
the Birthday of His Ma-
ths King, I Its Excellency
e Govei vill hi >ld a le* ee
.a < iovei nment Ho im 12
till 1 pan.
en attending the le-
vee are- requested to wear uni-
form nrevenim
mica Is, and men
.nid gov* ns.
>r minia-
tun ill bi worn.
- 1 |uested to
bring visiti ich will
led to the Aide-de
11. HADDONSMITH,
Captain,
Aide-de-Camp.
C \la EGR VMS
TELLS
A BOLT
50000 BOOKS
FREEByM'JL
worth sio to autmah
.-ry affbrtad man. suffan
quick for h
from any snar .. oa c*p gf tins *m*kW rraa Bowk. Il Ul.a in via
nji, iro.pl* word* how any man run prlvataJy cssce Mrnaatf at .
horns, of ouch diaaaaaa M ttlowd I'maon tlnht-nti-d or Acqitirwf). j
THE
H0ME3
CURE
OF
MEN'S AILMENTS
ftjlMil M Blood lomoti ViUl WoakDeaa. L*>% af Powaf, Nervoua l>i*iity, IwBaerittona, l
Urita He or OmiUcioim Dttaaa*. the AfUr^lTwU of Put Livtna ; J
Stomach. Liver. Kidnvy and Madder Trouidm No matter how M
lonu >ou have Buffer*'!; how old or stubborn your omae ; how,
ofun yot have failad to find re]if or h.w 'tiamunurad a* ilu-vn-Jw-arted you *r thle hook wttt bo roalaWow
I 1 new hot* a nnw loaaa on life. It is ehuek fbii of
(T-od, aountl loffi*: and adVMfoal th* things you afcoald w
fcttuW sndj follow. If you wmt Vol okl-lla. haajltli, a%ronf
an 1 manbeoe r..tr* to Health rrutfunl rMC. postpaid in plain, Baled ivataaa.
Cuid.. 1
DR. JOS. LISTER & CO. B"Hfcjg
ajiaii, Wfc. s
I 'I1.11. 21 -1 he New V'orh
Yachl Clul> l 1 sbled to tlie
Rnyol Ulstei Yacht Clubaccep ing
Sir Thomas l.iptnns ohallenne f"i
tiie Amenen's ( up. I he races will
take |>i.ue in >epiembei M114 undei
Ihs New \'.'rk Yachl Clulis piescnt
rulrs as Id ''' '-ir < lowance, and racing rules.
Sir Thon.ii considers that die
conditions of acceptance of his
challenge !>y the New York Yachl
Club are s great victory for him.
Londi n. 9 '. I neat interest has
been arroused in Sheffield in a
method (if producing superioi high
rd steel by the introduction ol
cobalt. The process has been pa-
tented throughout the world by a
continental firm, hut there ara in-
dications that at Sheffield, the cen-
i'tre of the English high speed steel
industry, the .nanufacturers will
fight foe the privi 1 :;- "I m
steel without having to
pay roynltty undei a foieign
I w tent.
material mirk? a great
idvance on the best qualities ol
steel at present obtainable for bor-
ing and cutting t"< ils.
Havana, 43. -With an outburst
,>( enthuxi 1- 'I sui h as is seldom
, 1 11 1. which augurs w
for 11 ulmiinstr ition
M. j ,, i, neral Menocal was in d<*j
,n in-. Lirated tin- third president ol
I. mdon, .- -. I in- Morninc Post
hi ri.illy that ti is hdiuii d t>
supp 'he l 'alifornia dispute
will lead t.. a rupture between the
l'i iied States and Japan, 1
luaii goveinment* are convinced "I
Ihei* ability to find a basis lor a
ii 11 ndly sett;
I 1 Ion, i Covent Gardi
packed ai doubled price-, to-nighi
on the occasion nl Caruso's re-
nppeareni e ia London. I he
audience were enthusiastic and
gave Laruso a great Welcome.
London, 23.The Standard
is-erls that the militant suffra
gettescause is practically bankrupt.
It declares hat it knows that tin
alleged "Wai Chest" f the sul-
a gigantic bluff.
London, aa.Welcoming such
promising incidents as the new re-
ginie ol peace in America and Ihe
preparations now in progress foi
the celebration of the completion
ol one hundred yesiS "f peace be-
tween (Ireat Britain and the United
States" was the prominent phrase
of a resolution moved by t ie Presi-
dent of the Board of I ion, tIi
Right I Ion los .1 V P ms, an 1
: ted with acclamation at the
ninery seventh annual meeting ol
the peace society, held at the
Mansion House tn-dav under the
presidency of the Lord Mayor of
^ondon.
Mr. Pease was the principal
spea ker.
St. \n Iresvs, is
result ol tin i- uttered
milit int ties thai tfie> will
Ii story the 1 ml tin and thus
dei play imp in the
Ids mi item goll championship,
liich is to !)' comp (ted l -i
next Week.
Sands'STUDio
LOSES I Inn-lav aand foi 1
mouth on
c
Cutlery
Shef-
field
a hue assortment of:
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases.
and
SCTSSt >RS.
(or wile by
Chas. E Albury
Williams SllOeS
Are BETTER
JL


THE T K I B U N t
1
^i
ha'f fmnc was going to bring her
n million.
HINT TO Y >UNG MEDICOS
"In your insti uci n ns in your
patients," said a pbj sii ian to n
young practitioner, he particular
in giving minute directions con-
cerning diet. This has great effect,
on t lie minds of old women es|
ally, as iheir maladies are in a
great measure imaginary. (I
list of what is to be eaten at break,
fast, dinner, and supper, and you
may depend upon b< ing m ide the
subject of conversation, and will
mmm Baby's Welfare HHg
^- THE -ALLENBURYS" FOODS being perfectly digestible and closely resem-
bling human milk, give freedom from digestive ailments, promote sound
sleep and ensure vigorous health and development.
^Uenbargs Foods
i, 7H
to

>e ci
"I
broi ght | mj sel f into i <
and gained I prominent
families bj nding to a
wealthy old lady the left leg of a
boiled fowl. Once, when I W s
away on a short vacation, tins old
lady fell ill, and was obliged 10
tend fur a neighbouring physician,
who, by the way, was/eallya well,
read man. (in ins attempting to
l rsuade her that the left Icy pos-
ed no pai In ill ii vii tu re, she be.
came quite indignant and uncom
plimentary." ^
and the 'ALLENBURYS' FEEDER. Simplest and Best.
MILK FOOD No. 1.
From birtb lo 3 montha.
MILK FOOD No. 2
From 3 lo 6 nuotht.
MALTED FOOD No. 3
From to months upwards.
s IM.Iicd)
From 10 uioolhs upwards.
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES
A Pamphlet on liii.mi Feeding ml MnnaRrmmt Free.
ALLEN ix HANBURYS Ltd.. London. England.
m
m
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September 8
THE Committee appointed by
the Cham! er ol Comn
ti> organize the Bahamas Ex I ii
w i tuld be ^1 id in i. 11 i'. 6 i >ff< i s
from intending Exhihitois ol i,n)
ol the undermentioned articlrs, as
well as any others that illiglll re-
commend themselves l"i i pur-
Sisal
Spi i '
Canned Pirienpple
i aimed Tomatoes
Preflrves, i ai ions
Plants, potted
Cigars
I'ohai i i
Dad
WR would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h-md an Slock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made ol the finest Havana and Sumntrr
vvi i| ipei-. .mil 11 i. >'n nightml
II, are our premises by skilled workmen
tide ol superior qn ilny.
The succ s eads us confide ntl) toi i
the | i irs
|. I.. S.M NDf RS St Co
li.n St
N O T I C E.
'"T""* 111- is to inform my Patrons!
1 and the Public in i ii neral
that I have open-d my Pnlilii:
Black Smith Shop; and am now
read) to do anything in the line of
General repair or new work HorM
ling Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. \. Hovler,
I Bay Street. East (Wharf)
Fruil
Mais
Shells
('urios
Woods
Carvings
Tortoise Shell
'I'm ioi>e Shell W ii k
i "citinn
Shell n iskei Wo
All Exhibits musl I, in (he
lnnds nl 11 Comm i I lee in time
tor the Steai i lea ving this pori
August [st, I
Apply t"
rn.\N. i
rn \s.
M.I'.'N'V,
Chairmai.
or
AHBOTT,
S< cret rv.
' pill-. I. (). (i. S. and D. nl S.
1. wi 11 celebrate their Thanks,
giving Anniversary in the Hall,
Nassau Court, on Sunday, asth
May, loi";. at 4 o'clock! The
Friends of the Order are cordially
invited.
A race iz no better than its
women
The Committee of th<- Clumlirr
of C immerci For lh Bah
Exhibit, At luo Canadian Exhibi-
tion, a; Toronto. Augual an I Si; -
tember, of this yer, h ve decided
In pi a. e a Special Exhibition Num.
ber of I he Strombu ." on mJ at
iKe axhlb lion as named a!m.
Exhlbi'ore, Business men renc-
rally. l.oli':! e House Kcep-i
Hoarding 51 .use Keepers. Owntl I
of plaoa lo rent ;is Winter re i-
ilerices, Owners ot Boat a, etc., etc..
would do well to advertise in the
F.xhibi I ion Number and bring !. olr
business in the notlOS of the mapy
thousands of Canadians who will
visit Ih s exhibition, and who are
e. irnwInR factor in our louri-.t
business.
Special rales. Space should be
seruted oarlv.
More than two thousand of (his
issue \ill be printed v. Iiich will
make II the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published In
he Bahamas. No one who h
anything to sell or lo hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of The Slrombus."
F'O U N I).On the Northern
Mud, an Open Sponging.
Boat, about IS feel keel, Aho-.i
model, painted white outside. Slue
transom. The Owner will please
communicate with
THE Cl IMMISSIONER,
Nicolls Town, Andros.
W h v 1 m port Bu tte p
fro .! i a. York ?
It more tl i 'lie
We c in supply the retail
Grocc r Butter
at | i' ; ami weight
( d.
NK.n VOR.K HOUSE
7 \\ III". I! iu-e servant.
i ,.,. id ' H(je>".
Appl> "I 111 mi ii.- ()lli<
REPUDI \ I ION.
LAIN! i. My w ih i hristina La ing
having left mv h ine without mn-
lu.'i I consent, I i he efore will not
hold in* ble for any
led in my name by
\i \l. U'lll I.AlN'i.
KOPS
w
i' ir sAl R NY i i-.xM'.k,
Ollall ol that
I uilding I 't <
nf M.u i.a\ tre*>i, minting mi
Hay-street Bi leet, nnd itinni '4
sun!!>anllj I 3 feet.
I he right i resi rved t"
the \\ hole or . mv nl the I end< rs.
fenders will he eived
I. M. KM >VA LES,
I Ray street, until the ; i-t
Mnj. i 11
FOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE ^ ith li taclied and all out door conven-
iences including a Tank.
I'.ast Siroe.t, Sonlli, upposite
Nassau Prisor.,
Apply id
JOS. LAING
Blue Ihll St.South
NON- ILCOHOUC
BEVERAGES.
Al.l AND sT 'I i.
\ deli i' ii- Drink brewed frorft
! I |i- cm i iin nv aII the tonic
\ .i Iue "I .i le mid "stout hut tv ith-
nut tin ITm is, price Gd.
Ii'iltl d /.
I.!\,l i II V.II'M.M".
Pint* 7I1I. O" 'i is 1 I,
SPARK! ING V\l F.N TO WINE.'
Pint* ;'. I l>i di /. 'is.
GINGEU Ml'. &GINGERBEER
Pinti 6d, Pi r d
I \l. PRIt l-.s BY THE
I' \ SOLD vT I'l. \CK"S
Bfl) St. [and
I in-; NASSAU C WHY
Kl I CHEN.
H. S. BL\CK, Agent.
THERE will be an entertain-
ment in thcCioi d Samaritan
Hall mi I uasday evening the J7:h
mkt. consisting of recitations,
songs, kml dialogues, bv the chil-
dren ol Juv. and others. Reserva
seats is general admission 6d,
Doors open at 7 -30 commence
it p. m.


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