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T "S I inI K I r. U M I heoplnlin Rolls—Throwing fjfon.s in 'liilrnjei of persons, m v. I'nn ,| -s — h> iVI m!t to r %  • ,•With the Mm irt-1rl %  I. R, \| i lirtW^soW—I. That lip belli;.' ni.i*'(fr "f -cbo.mef Adritir.il brinsiug pttSSeftfieM* from the port of Mi-• n 11. Florida, a Pofi out df His Majesty's Dominion! did unlawfully on 1TIII.IV 2nd of May 1913 bring on board the mid s?hr. to Nassau, a ppit within th Ba hamas a greater number i>l | senders than one to eV*i ) two tons of the said schr's tonnage— Fine') 101, In default ') days im|,;isonment. II Thai be being the Master of the saving vesslel Admiral arriving at Nassau in the Bahamas on May 1st IQ 13 from the Port of Miami Fla, being a port put of His Majesty's dominions did deliver a list of passengers wilfully false—Dismissed. • Josephine Ward — Breach Dog License Act—is. Terevas Knowles —Breach St. Traffic Rules— 10s. or ut it 1! considered certain that British interests are participating. Berlin, 24.-The Czir, who with the King and Queen "f Ens, land, will attend the wed ling to. morrow of Pnnress Victoria Louise and Prince Ernest Atigustus.an ive in Berlin today. While King George and Cju'en Mar> were at the races this after noon the Kaiser took the CV. ir for a motor car drive. No special police or militnrv gunnls were on duty in the streets during the day. T H ment in the Goc.d Samaritan Hall on Tuesday evening the 27:11 inst. consisting of recitations, songs, and dialogues, by the children of Juv. and others. Reserve seats is general admission M. Doors open at 7—30 commence at 8 p. m. THE NEXT TIME you are buying Soap make no mistake, but ask for Sunlight Soap. After you have used it in your wash, you will always remember to say Sunlight Soap It will become a friend in the home. You won't forget it, and you will never be without it. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Port Sunlight, England. Sands'S C TUDIO "* LOSES Thursday Mod for 1 month only. RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT B L A C K'S 22a Bay-Streel and THE NASSAU CANDY Kll't HEX. H UN I I IV & I'M Ml-US NEW (lod I uck Biscuits Louse and in half pound packets at is. Jl, 1 er ll>. Huntlay \ Palm.-* Petit Beurre, Marie and Coronation, in half pound pa> ket*. CR WYKuUD'S Hotter Puffs in \ |li. packets at 4d. "I'fillit" and Puff Creams at is. 61. p' r lb. Currant Polls MI i/j lb, LIP K)N> COCOA. J Ih. tins is. 2 OZ. „ Od. Why import Butter from New York? It costs more than -,oets. per lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 44cts. per lb, and weight guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE FOR SALE BY TENDER. O NE Half of that desirable Building Lot on the Rasterrj side of Mackay street, fronting on I lav-street 81 feet, and junnirg southwardly 135 feet. Tlie right is reserved to reject the whole or any of the Tenders. Tenders will be received by T. M. KNOWLES, 528 East Ray street, until the 31st May, 19.13. KOPS "I. NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. \LE AND STOUT. A delicious Drink brewi i lionB I lops 1 ontaining all t he '"fjp value of ale and Stout but will out the after effects, price Of bottle, 5* do*. LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7M. Ou.irls lod SPARKLING VAI ENTO \VIJffl Pint7! 1 Per d' /. 6s. GINXiE H \l I. & GINGER lERl Pints fjd, Pel do/ <^s. SPECIAL PRICES UY CASKS. SOLD AT BLACK'S 222 Pay St. THE NAvAU CANDY KITCHEN. II. S BLACK, Agent. .' FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING IK HJSE with hath room at taclied and all out door CWltTn leiH'.s including a Tank. East Street, South, opposite Nassau Prison. Applv to JOS. LAINQ Blue Hill St. South NOT ICE. T HIS is to inform my P.itroaj and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line 01 General repair or new work I lorse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Huvler, 453 Bay Street. East (.Wharf)



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I Nulllvt adjirtiis lurnre ir\ vrrlia me.ijistri Bcinj! bound Id smnr to the DognifV9 ol no Master. VOL. X. N -.BVJ. N. J.. ii.sh.wn^-. Mondtvy May 2C. 1913 No. 154 LEON P. H, 1.1 ii ( II, KDI r >K > i. i' OKKICh ,,, MAttKBT STKRI 1 Nastau \. I'., furiLlsllT.h •.M M inday, A'.-.:., • .,. ., liiiglecoji) i .. Tuesilav r i lai .. -...,...., •il* PI|I i.i .VeeWlv tfoathl? .., . n'terlv At, Half Yearlv Yearly PA YAM i IN in' \-II. Sin i .. %  :„ % % %  i i lino 1 first %  %  '•'' : ill %  i line I I:I--I lion; .I.I .ii.' line f..i uharqueni inserli trtiieineiiii umlej i. • I Ml'IK'iDA I*. Vftei I houijhts Now ih .i the celebration in ovei I he ili. .ii-i, i comes |u u-., ti ,,; hnrtiKHiinui |. iri pfcyed I \ I he %  nnst i'.,uic| w.is imp riant, and effective and ili.it w itlmul ii things would have :>r. II mm l> !l n. ter. We think it woilh inn, h IP limn -2-. nnd jd |i,-i .: v i.,, |j H „,| iiwstei and M.indsMi.i, i. *| i %  lively. ^ -• il i iijit tlint ilir v< rj i.tdrIv c< niiiii t HI the ei ormou* < rowd in bled nn Itie K .-if ii Parade wn mm! highly commendable. We ilimjjlit thai I be absence of the Western V, I Brigade from I he •pnrti on I he Eastern Parade on Friday nnd from the turn nut yesterday mv rtmarbable. We think that if ii is ;i question of uniform, (hey would have been wiser to have fatten in line,' in plain clothes. We think thnt f.u this .Win nal celebtatHifi all schools should have been invited to participate, and let the. responsibility for their absence rest upon them. The) are all British subjects. Tiv it next time. We thought the punctuality of the schoolsarriving at RtwAu Square on Friday, highly commendable to both tea. hers and scholars. \\ •• though! Hint the City V. F. ade made a very pom showing %  n Sund j morning. No credit lo the absentees. We think the turning out ol the I" ison .u en Ac., yestei lay morning not %  bad idea. The Empire Sunday Service at the Cathedral yesterday was at. tended l>v ;i capacity congregation including th Constabulary, astern, City and Southern Fire Brii .1 Cadets fEnsle n and Southern) which marched in column from the Constabulary I'. ii rack* to and from the Cathedti I. The Bishop nf the 11 was prest nt and look p irt ''" il is rimed for >ts I HIRI) READING in the Ih of Asceu blj on 1 nes,lav livening, nnd I. Walton Vnung Esq, lias given notice for tS< 11^ for HIP app. %  iiituieni nf a Select < ommit'ee on the Pet it lo,1 presented by him from the K lectors of the Eastern District, praying the House not lo 1 IH lite Mill. A regulation more honoured in the breach than the nlervance, prohibiting members ol Boards from any tinns,.eiion of pecuniary profit With those boards, is now before the public, by questions which Mr. Chas. E. Alhury has given nnii.e of asking. The questions and answers given thereto will be published shortly. J The Bill reducing the Tariff which has berg reported by the Select Committee, is now before the House, but it is rumoured that it is not likely to be proceeded with until the Appropriation Bill is passed, so as to see the years expenditure and then compare it With the estimated revenue to he derived from the Reduced Tariff. J* The Schr. "Admiral" arrived yesterday morning from Miami with a cargo of lumber, shingles, spars, sails, and dynamite, and the following passengers'.— Mcsdames Patience Munnings, I.ula Sands, Clara McGregor, Fuphemia Curry. Senginna Wemyss, and Frances Johnson ; Messrs Fred Bethel, Elijah Sands, Austin Ham, Scipio McKenzie Charles Mackcy, Alexander, Armbrister, James Nelson, lames Butler, Cephas Storr, Josaph LivingSt on 4 Joseph Stubbs, Peter Williams. Stephen Johns in, lames Kemp, Lawrence Darville, Stanley I'mder, and Allan Johnson (23^ The Sch "William II. Alhury" arrivid yesterday from Miami with a cargo of lumber and shingles and tie following passengers: Miss May field I'mder, Mrs I ones Olivia Thompson, Rosa Minnis, nnd Irene I Ii 1 iis; Messrs Thomas Alhury, Solomon Titus, l ones Miller, Herbert, Bow lag, Benjamin Johnson, Ch tries hemerriii. (Iswald Clark, Jacob Rolle, R .beit Pieice,aid Horatio Thorn* son (14) r' I he Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" arrived in New York at 8 o'clock tins morning. if "GOVERNMENT NOTICE*" The foil.,wme Boards of Works and of Health have been appointed foi Long Island. Messrs Uriah T. Knowles, Alexander F. Knowles, Alonzo AY. Knowles, and George Smith. For Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, Mr. George A. Moncur. Dr. R. W. I'race has been granted twelve weeks vacation leave of absence. Dr. W. A. l'itt lias been appointed Acting Colonial >u;ge

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I
Nulllvt adjirtiis lurnre ir\ vrrlia me.ijistri
Bcinj! bound Id smnr to the DognifV9 ol no Master.
VOL. X.
N -.bvj. N. J.. ii.sh.wn^-. Mondtvy May 2C. 1913
No. 154
LEON P. H, 1.1 ii ( II,
Kdi r >K > i. i'
OKKICh ,- ,, MAttKBT STKRI 1
Nastau \. I'.,
.
furiLlsllT.h - .m ,
M inday, A'.-.:., .,. .,
liiiglecoji) i ..
Tuesilav r i lai .. -...,....,
il* pi|i ..... i.i
.VeeWlv
tfoathl? .., ,
. n'terlv ...... At,
Half Yearlv
Yearly
PA YAM i IN in' \-ii.
' Sin i..: i i lino
1 first '''''.....: ill i line
I i:i--i lion; .i.i .ii.'
line f..i uharqueni inserli
trtiieineiiii umlej i.
I Ml'IK'i- DA I*.
Vftei I houijhts
Now ih .i the celebration in ovei
I he ili. .ii-i, i comes |u u-., ti ,,;
hnrtiKHiinui |. iri pfcyed I \ I he
* nnst i'.,uic| w.is imp riant,
and effective and ili.it w itlmul ii
things would have :>r. ii mm l> !l n.
ter.
We think it woilh inn, h .....IP
limn -2-. nnd jd |i,-i .: ,v i.,, |jH,|
iiwstei and M.indsMi.i, i. *| i. lively.
^ - il i iijit tlint ilir v< rj i.tdr-
Iv c< niiiii t hi the ei ormou* < rowd
in bled nn Itie K .-if ii Parade
wn mm! highly commendable.
We ilimjjlit thai I be absence of
the Western V, I Brigade from
I he pnrti on I he Eastern Parade
on Friday nnd from the turn nut
yesterday mv rtmarbable.
We think that if ii is ;i question
of uniform, (hey would have been
wiser to have fatten in line,' in
plain clothes.
We think thnt f.u this .Win nal
celebtatHifi all schools should have
been invited to participate, and
let the. responsibility for their ab-
sence rest upon them. The) are
all British subjects. Tiv it next
time.
We thought the punctuality of the
schoolsarriving at RtwAu Square
on Friday, highly commendable
to both tea. hers and scholars.
\\ though! Hint the City V. F.
ade made a very pom showing
n Sund j morning. No credit lo
the absentees.
We think the turning out ol the
I" ison .u en Ac., yestei lay
morning not bad idea.
The Empire Sunday Service at
the Cathedral yesterday was at.
tended l>v ;i capacity congregation
including th Constabulary, ast-
ern, City and Southern Fire Bri-
i .1 Cadets fEnsle n and
Southern) which marched in
column from the Constabulary
I'. ii rack* to and from the Cathe-
dti I.
The Bishop nf the 11 was
prest nt and look p irt Mis I- \n IhjIlCv the ( ioVfMnr H
l|e lessons and the Rector, llie
!'. V, ''. I hid Icy I. imp 'ii pre ich !
the sermon-,
I he Constabulary Band veiv
effect i vet v led the siuginu .if I he
. \ ,i i,s wl nli included the Nation-
al AnUiim.
Fmeign Ma ils per Si hi luli .
I zaheth" will I,. I.isetl "ii Tues-
rlny 271I1 M..v at 1 o'cloi l< p, m,
I he I lea It > ''" il is rimed for >ts
I HIRI) READING in the Ih
of Asceu blj on 1 nes,lav livening,
nnd I. Walton Vnung Esq, lias
given notice for tS< 11^ for Hip ap-
p.iiituieni nf a Select < ommit'ee
on the Pet it lo,1 presented by him
from the K lectors of the Eastern
District, praying the House not lo
1 ih lite Mill.
A regulation more honoured in
the breach than the nlervance,
prohibiting members ol Boards
from any tinns,.eiion of pecuniary
profit With those boards, is now
before the public, by questions
which Mr. Chas. E. Alhury has
given nnii.e of asking. The ques-
tions and answers given thereto
will be published shortly.
J
The Bill reducing the Tariff
which has berg reported by the Se-
lect Committee, is now before the
House, but it is rumoured that it
is not likely to be proceeded with
until the Appropriation Bill is
passed, so as to see the years ex-
penditure and then compare it
With the estimated revenue to he
derived from the Reduced Tariff.
J*
The Schr. "Admiral" arrived
yesterday morning from Miami
with a cargo of lumber, shingles,
spars, sails, and dynamite, and the
following passengers'.
Mcsdames Patience Munnings,
I.ula Sands, Clara McGregor,
Fuphemia Curry. Senginna
Wemyss, and Frances Johnson ;
Messrs Fred Bethel, Elijah Sands,
Austin Ham, Scipio McKenzie
Charles Mackcy, Alexander, Arm-
brister, James Nelson, lames But-
ler, Cephas Storr, Josaph Living-
St on 4 Joseph Stubbs, Peter Willi-
ams. Stephen Johns in, lames
Kemp, Lawrence Darville, Stanley
I'mder, and Allan Johnson (23^
The Sch "William II. Alhury"
arrivid yesterday from Miami
with a cargo of lumber and shin-
gles and tie following passengers:
Miss May field I'mder, Mrs I ones
Olivia Thompson, Rosa Minnis,
nnd Irene I Ii 1 iis; Messrs
Thomas Alhury, Solomon Titus,
l ones Miller, Herbert, Bow lag,
Benjamin Johnson, Ch tries hem-
erriii. (Iswald Clark, Jacob Rolle,
R .beit Pieice,aid Horatio Thorn*
son (14)
r'
I he Mail Steamer "Vigilancia"
arrived in New York at 8 o'clock
tins morning.
if
"GOVERNMENT NOTICE*"
The foil.,wme Boards of Works
and of Health have been appointed
foi Long Island.
Messrs Uriah T. Knowles, Alex-
ander F. Knowles, Alonzo AY.
Knowles, and George Smith.
For Green Turtle Cay, Abaco,
Mr. George A. Moncur.
Dr. R. W. I'race has been grant-
ed twelve weeks vacation leave of
absence.
Dr. W. A. l'itt lias been appoint-
ed Acting Colonial >u;ge TUT. MV'.ISTK \TFStOLR'T
May
14Arthur WilliamsBreach
Cab Act ,s.
Samuel HolsjtonBreach Cab
Act--3s. 6d.
IsT


T
"S
I in- I K I r. U M
I heoplnlin RollsThrowing
fjfon.s in 'li- ilrnjei of persons, m
v. I'nn ,| -s h> iVI m!t to r -
,- With the Mm irt-1rl
I.
R, \| i lirtW^soWI. That
lip belli;.' ni.i*'(fr "f -cbo.mef Ad-
ritir.il brinsiug pttSSeftfieM* from the
port of Mi- n 11. Florida, a Pofi out
df His Majesty's Dominion! did
unlawfully on 1tiiI.iv 2nd of May
1913 bring on board the mid s?hr.
to Nassau, a ppit within th Ba
hamas a greater number i>l | *
senders than one to eV*i) two tons
of the said schr's tonnage Fine')
101, In default ') days im|,;ison-
ment.
II Thai be being the Master of
the saving vesslel Admiral arriving
at Nassau in the Bahamas on May
1st iq 13 from the Port of Miami
Fla, being a port put of His Ma-
jesty's dominions did deliver a list
of passengers wilfully falseDis-
missed.
Josephine Ward Breach Dog
License Actis.
Terevas Knowles Breach St.
Traffic Rules 10s. or Car met a
in chnrge ol preparations for the
event.
London, 24. Several British
steamships meging from 3,000 to
5.000 tmis hive been sold to
Japanese buyers in the list few
days.
New Yoik, 24. \t a msi'ti ig
of the executive council of the
central federated union last ni strong objections *ere voiced to
the appointment of \V. H. Page,
.1- Am'., issa lot to i ire it Britain,
London, 24. I.o I tahbourn.*,
who was Lord Chancellor of Ire-
land three times under Conferva
ti\e governments, died to.lay
suddenly after 1 seizure, while he
was walking in Hyde Park,
London, 24. Before an immense
and distinguished audience in the
Royal Albert Hall to-night, Com-
nandcr Evans delivered his eagerly
awaited lecture on the British
South Polar expedition. The
.occasion was onlv semi-public,
Hunter Assaulting | those present consisting of members
and beating Ethel Rolle13s. and
2s. as part costs or 21 day*.
. 17George Hilton Breach Cab
Act38.
Harriet BethelBreath Cattle
Art 2?
JOHN" BUTLER.
WILL SELL.
At the residence of 11. C. Christie
Market Street
On Thursday, 29th Inetent, at 11,30
F'URNlTURE,&c. Piano.
Handsome Centte Piece.
Antique Table and Colonial
Sideboard.
One Solid Cedar Bureau.
Terms Cash.
bABLF.GR VMS
-----------------------'--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------'-------------------------------------
M iy aoth 1913
London, 24 The powciful -Eng-
lish organs just appear t" Be
aevakening to the possibility"of the
alliance between (j enl Britain and
Japan and to the sentiment which
the British Colonies would hold m
event of war bet ween Japan and
the United Ma''
The "Saturday Review" urged
Great Britain to stand by the
alliance with |.ipm "because
America is working for supremacy
in the Pacific on lines that are
unfriendly both to deit Britain
and Japan."
New York, .14. Plans for erec-
tion of a statue of Cjueen Victoria
in Washington, the presentation of
a statue of Abraham Lincoln to the
British people and holding a histo-
rical costume ball, in connection
with the celebration of 100 years of
peace among English speaking
nations, werewoike Out to-day at a
meeting of Amsricancommitteemen
f the Royal Geographical Society
and their friends, but there erav.nol
a vacant seat in the great hall,
which hohls8ooopeiMins.
London, 24. In consequence of
a report that suffiagettes were
planning to molest him, llo.ne
Seen t.iry McKenna was guarded
by a crowd of detectives during his
visit to Cardiff to day.
A good I'd of damage was dMie
to the Royal observatory in Edin-
burgh by a suffrageite bomb,
Vduable astronomical instru-
ments were damaged.
Mexico City, 24.- The Mexican
Congress last night gave its M0C
tinn |n an agreement for a loan of
$ 100 .' 10,000 at 6 p c. interest. The
loan has been placed with K/encfl
bankeis, '>ut it 1! considered certain
that British interests are partici-
pating.
Berlin, 24.-The Czir, who
with the King and Queen "f Ens,
land, will attend the wed ling to.
morrow of Pnnress Victoria Louise
and Prince Ernest Atigustus.an ive !
in Berlin today.
While King George and Cju'en
Mar> were at the races this after
noon the Kaiser took the CV. ir for
a motor car drive.
No special police or militnrv
gunnls were on duty in the streets
during the day.
TH
ment in the Goc.d Samaritan
Hall on Tuesday evening the 27:11
inst. consisting of recitations,
songs, and dialogues, by the chil-
dren of Juv. and others. Reserve
seats is general admission M.
Doors open at 730 commence
at 8 p. m.

THE NEXT TIME
you are buying Soap make no
mistake, but ask for Sunlight Soap.
After you have used it in
your wash, you will always
remember to say
Sunlight
Soap
It will become a friend
in the home. You won't
forget it, and you will never
be without it.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED,
Port Sunlight, England.
Sands'S
C
TUDIO
"* LOSES Thursday Mod for 1
month only.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT B L A C K'S
22a Bay-Streel
and THE NASSAU CANDY
Kll't HEX.
HUN I I IV & I'M Ml-US
NEW (lod I uck Biscuits
Louse and in half pound packets
at is. Jl, 1 er ll>.
Huntlay \ Palm.-* Petit Beurre,
Marie and Coronation, in half
pound pa> ket*.
CR WYKuUD'S Hotter Puffs in \
|li. packets at 4d.
"I'fillit" and Puff Creams
at is. 61. p' r lb.
Currant Polls mi i/j lb,
LIP K)N> COCOA.
J Ih. tins is.
2 OZ. Od.
Why import Butter
from New York?
It costs more than -,oets. per lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44cts. per lb, and weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
FOR SALE BY TENDER.
ONE Half of that desirable
Building Lot on the Rasterrj
side of Mackay street, fronting on
I lav-street 81 feet, and junnirg
southwardly 135 feet.
Tlie right is reserved to reject
the whole or any of the Tenders.
Tenders will be received by
T. M. KNOWLES,
528 East Ray street, until the 31st
May, 19.13.
KOPS
"I.
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
\LE AND STOUT.
A delicious Drink brewi i lionB
I lops 1 ontaining all t he '"fjp
value of ale and Stout but will
out the after effects, price Of
bottle, 5* do*.
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7M. Ou.irls lod
SPARKLING VAI ENTO \VIJffl
Pint- 7! 1 Per d' /. 6s.
GINXiE H \l I. & GINGER lERl
Pints fjd, Pel do/ <^s.
SPECIAL PRICES UY
CASKS.
SOLD AT BLACK'S
222 Pay St.
THE NAvAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S BLACK, Agent.
.'

FOR HIRE.
A SIX room DWELLING
IK HJSE with hath room at
taclied and all out door CWltTn
leiH'.s including a Tank.
East Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prison.
Applv to
JOS. LAINQ
Blue Hill St. South
NOT ICE.
THIS is to inform my P.itroaj
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line 01
General repair or new work I lorse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huvler,
453 Bay Street. East (.Wharf)


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