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V I1' I U 1 li ii Mi .' •MARRIAGE. I'.r niF.t.— INT.RAIIAM -On Thursday M IV 2Q' ll liv tl) Urv.l. I >;uijei .Wilshere, at Salem. lUptist Ch.inel, M i.sa i\'".ii i i Ingndiam In Tit lv'..'" n H. I'.el' el !><>tli of Hut boui Wand. BALKAN VV VR SONG. 11 in rali. hurrah, we'll sing Ihr jtibih {•. Hurrah, hurrah, the flap thai us i So we'll sing the chorus : Zxcnkqil ttli 1913. London, 28.I rowing .hs pleasure in diploma ic circles id power* at the attitude ol a nd Sen ia found <\\; ion to-day HI what prnctiontlv amount li an ultimatum which Sir Edward • y, the \i\ itish Se ere tar) of Korean Affairs, deliver. eil to the delegates ol ligVr Wits. I he communication made it clear that enough tun • ha I : %  pent ni futile disru* • peace settlement aiirl 1 moment had an ived foi • | t lie 1I1. if ireaty. Washington, irman Simmons %  I the nn IP nuance run mit'i r will call .11 t he state 1I1 part men 1 to-mnrre .v to di with Secretary Bryan the perplex. 111;; prohlejus uhi li hat 1 I lecause of foreign protests 1 mimstrative features ol tl e I bill. Nearly the entire lime of !ii.d i\ rabinet meeting was devoted to tin' matter.* Complaints have beeii made Ih it ceitain clauses "f the l.'n.leiwood Kill would • < ,t ies With fun l.'u^niHlti H 1 -. Sheffield, 2ft.— \n ingeniously ci nMfucleil bomb hearing the inscrip 1011 "Votes tOr Wo nen" foui.d in the public'librar) Ip-day, The bomb was plunged in water. RIH Mauds, Ene'a'n I, '.'. <;. il and I.. G, I lalsti •! drit 15.30 li" sepi iwtf noli II 1 ke 1 lit* u in Ids record for 1 1 Imuis, mvci ing ota njiles I to van's. All world recofrls fnuji ; Id .1 I li"urs weie broken stitution and election" nf 1 president "f the Chinese Republic have l.een deferred indefinitely. Ov MIS to t e I'l'.iill'H | v • in • I in men 1 the issembly is unable to exercise, its fun'-t M ILS. Washington, 18 -President Wils n's charge that an "Insidu. MI! %  l>l i\" i~ at work in Washington in lii'luilf of desired rttanges 1 1 tin' tariff bill was*hrnu ;hl to th Inrmx < not ice >>f the senate 1. i-da 1 throti li .1 res lut'on 'iy Senali 1 i Li'iniiii s d 1 iin ii nedi.ii' investigation l>v a CommiMeo of five,$< nators to del • ih • 1 Mil t n| all persons who had I III In 111 1 / Mill; %  1 \ '''III I I HI Royal Theatre ( \\ and after thi d t< the ^ price of admission will he, Box seats gd. U< served seats 6rl. I 'sual 6d. is.'id. Bi riches 2d. Children half I he usual high cla tainment gi I the l<< will not b I ted by i in admission. Qill Pictures arc tinI lest,. Singii'i Music unsurpassed. VAUDEV1I I.I". W r. would ifonn all who appreciate a Good Smoke that • n"w have on h .nd an extensive Stock of II WAN \ ("If, \RS. \Y< •.. %  'in. ntrr our brand to he made of the finrst Havana and Mimatrr Wi ppers, and Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars are mamif.ir tured on nui premises by skilled worl *nd great pains are raKeri to produce an article nf super |ii ihtv, The s we laveo^t within th* past leads u* confidently toe; the pan n urs |. I. SALNDERS x Co 'I %  TELLS ABOUT 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WIJHTH SW TO ANY MAN affbrtud man. •n rttiMse, rhouUI writ* TUB HONE! CURE OF MEN'S AILMENTS *ny man k for but copy tit tin* Wontfarful Wr— %  oh. ll MM in |.Um. I .mple wor4s how any inan ran prt**ta>t> cur* hlmaarf at j hom., of aueh dwi-MM* an Illoud l'..ia*m tl< \ r.t. 1 #.r Ai-iu rvfl Vital WeakoeiM, Loaa of Power, Nurvous l>. hmty. Ii*dWrrUon*, Organic or ContAtfioua fhsvanw. thf Afb>r-'ffuctA *>f raal Living. Stomach, Livrr. K In.'y an-l Hiaiak-r Trouble*. No matter hoi i>nif you have sufTorvd; aow old (^-JuMrn your came ; bow fl*n yoo hava fa %  • .1 ••> Ih 1 %  • THIW uWouraa-'d arjl ilown-haarlad) you ar, |i.,i ketn Rt )i'. ",. "llilln' i.lj I nil l H'.mis H) : 6 '. p I Curra it P (1 %  HI I | Ih. L'IPI'ON f)A. J Mi. tin-l's. •' 'I/. ,. I. Why import Butter from New York ? It C|)StS 111 • >:' I ) %  r lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 11 its. pel lb. and tverght i. I >. I I 11 <-fua 1 'i ink brewed froafl I lops cuntaininfc all the i • ue ol ,i |r and Stout but w %  11 %  mil the after efftcw, bottle, s-. ih'/.. 1 l.\,.CH Wll'M.M Pints /M. On irts tod. -l'UvKUNG VAI.I'.N rO WINK. Pint* 7'.'l Her dw. 6s. GINGEK \1.K .N CilNGER BEER Pints (id. Pel iloz ";s. SPECIAL PRICES UV THE ( \\l DWELLING IIUL'-SE \\uili bath romn at tarliert xnd all n^it dnot ruiivin. ig B 'I a ilk. East ML i %  ', S 'ith. opposite N.iss.m Prisons Apply in Jos. LAING Blue Hill St, South w ANTED.—Hiue Servant. Gbotl'Wiige*. A[i|)ty "Tribune Ofnce." J



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Nullitls diiu toa jurnrc in vnrba magiatri. Il.-l rvy bound to awan.r to the l)u|mni of no Muster VOL. X. N&aaau. N. P.. BnhMtmi, Friday May JO. 1913 No. I5 LKON B. H. LXJr'l ill. toiT'iR >vu Fnorni iu| %  OrKICK pk+i MAKKKTSTRMT \.i*au N.T., kUMMkk. i\ U, Urn t.:. PUBLISHF.!) DAILY. %  ll.*dy. A'a.Jneiduy and Frulay — aintfleeupy ja. Juetday, Timoday aaii Saturday— "tini(le r..|.v !,1 %  • %  #wr .i X—tbty ,.,,, •J*"terly 4 . XalfYeartv ... ...8s. feaiiv ... ... if*. PAYAIU.K IN ADVANCE. Ailvciliinir-Halej, -Six pence -nei'lwie fnr first in rtiofi %  tarre pence |.er line for second iaSSjrtiOR; and one penny per line (of subsequent insertions Advertisement! under eight lines 4s. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" W. G. M.iclure Esq. Registrar of the Supreme Court, has been granted vacation leave of absence to 3• 'tli June. Mr. Reginald J. A.P. G. deGlanvilJe has been appointed Acting Registrar of tlie Supreme Court. An Order in Council.'parnii tting the uupoitatioti and Manufacture ol Pine apples fiom Cuba is published foi general information. The Rev. Wilfred Stanhope Lovell, St. Matthews, has been appointed a Marriage Officer. J HON. HOUSE OF AS-EMULY Thursday Evening. 39th May 1913. I he House met according to adjournment. Present : Tlie Honble. Speaker *t al. On Motion of Mr. Alliury the Questions asked by him and the answers given thereto or Wednesday evening were referred' to the following Select Commrttee. Messrs Gamblin, Albury. Curry,* Cole, A. K. Solomon, Armbrister and Adderlry. Mr. Wetch moved that the pen tion re Tariff Dill presented by him be referred to a Select Committee. Mr. Malcolm moved as an amendment, the previous question, and that the petition be not now considered. On being 1 put the amendment was carrtedand the petition was not sn-relerred. Mr. Sands staked leave to introduce ABili toameod the Health Amendment Act 191a. Whereupon Mr. T. Culmer moved as an amendment that leave be not granted. On being put the amendment was lost, aoddeave granted to introduce .A Hill to amend the Health Amendment Act J912 whichwas-read a first tune and ordered to be-printed. On motion of Mr. Sands. A Bill for estnblfshmg radio telegraphic communication in the Colony and between the Colony and parts beyond the limits of the Colony, was read a third time and passed. On motion of Mr. Sands A Bill to amend the law relating to the Telegraph Department of the Colony was read a third time and passed. Ordered that the Acting Chief Cfeik do convey to the Hon. the Legislative Council the bills passed the House this evening and last evening and desire then concurrence therein. On motion the House adjourne I. J Questions and Answers on which Mr. Albury moved for a Select Committee on Wednesda) night. Questions. I. In what Compaay or Companies are the buildings nnder the control of the Commissioners of the Hospital insured against loss or damage by fire ? a. In what Company or Com panies are the buildings under the imtrol of the Board of Public Work* for Naw Providence insured aganist loss or damage by fire ? 3. What ;ue the names of the local Agents for the companies is suing insurance, policies to each of the above mentioned Boards ? 4. If any of these local Agents who receive a commissionor profit on insurance obtained are members of the Boards insuring them is it legal and in accordance with the Government's' Regulations for them so to trade with such Boards Answers by the Hon. J. P. Sands 1. Atlas Fire Assurance Co., Ltd London, Nnrw.ch Un on Fire Insuranre Sticiety, Ltd.. Norwich. 2. Northern Assuiance Co. Lou* don. Atlas |Fire Assurance Co., Ltd., London. 3. R. H. Curry Co., Agent for the Atlas Assurance Co. John fiutler, Agent for the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society G: H. Adder ley, Agent for Northorn Assurance Co'jj There is no Government regulation baa ring on the point and the law only prohibits a Member of a Board voting or taking part in any matter in which he has dire.'tly or iudirectly by himself or his partner any pecuniary interest. J Dear Mr. Editor, Please allow me space in your valuable paper for the following. I lie Zion Baptist Sunday School Convention is making its second cry for union. The time is drawing nigh, as the Convention will meet in Augu-', at Staninrd Creek, Androe Island, j We wish all our people to rally round the Standard of the Cross. We pray "that al* our pastors, preachers teachers and other workers for the cause of Christ will awake and see their need : and our race and people pray that who ever shall attend this meeting, may find favour with both God and man. Our Missionary has been trying his best through the power of God to awaken.the people ; for the last three months he has been preaching and teaching arid visiting sixteen Baptist churches, in the hope of having a good'delegation. You tint will not be able to attend pray for us. Our Mission Committee will make happy all who come, Look for uf again. Thanking you for your valuable space. R. H. ROBINS, Cor. Sec. Head Quarters Hayley Town Uiiniiiis. LOST. \ Gold Bat Pin, with seven Amethysts. Liberal Reward On delivery at Tribune Office. n


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Nullitls diiu toa jurnrc in vnrba magiatri.
Il.-l rvy bound to awan.r to the l)u|mni of no Muster
VOL. X.
N&aaau. N. P.. BnhMtmi, Friday May JO. 1913
No. I5
LKON B. H. LXJr'l ill.
toiT'iR >vu Fnorni iu|
OrKICK pk+i MAKKKTSTRMT
\.i*au N.T., kUMMkk.
i\ U, Urn t.:.
PUBLISHF.!) DAILY.
ll.*dy. A'a.Jneiduy and Frulay
aintfleeupy ........ ja.
Juetday, Timoday aaii Saturday
"tini(le r..|.v ........ !,1
#wr .........i
Xtbty .......,.,,,
J*"terly ........4.
XalfYeartv ... ...8s.
feaiiv ... ... if*.
PAYAIU.K IN ADVANCE.
Ailvciliinir-Halej, -Six pence -nei'lwie
fnr first in rtiofi . tarre pence |.er line
for second iaSSjrtiOR; and one penny per
line (of subsequent insertions
Advertisement! under eight lines 4s.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
W. G. M.iclure Esq. Registrar
of the Supreme Court, has been
granted vacation leave of absence
to 3 'tli June.
Mr. Reginald J. A.P. G. deGlan-
vilJe has been appointed Acting
Registrar of tlie Supreme Court.
An Order in Council.'parnii tting
the uupoitatioti and Manufacture
ol Pine apples fiom Cuba is pub-
lished foi general information.
The Rev. Wilfred Stanhope
Lovell, St. Matthews, has been ap-
pointed a Marriage Officer.
J
HON. HOUSE OF AS-EMULY
Thursday Evening.
39th May 1913.
I he House met according to ad-
journment.
Present : Tlie Honble. Speaker
*t al.
On Motion of Mr. Alliury the
Questions asked by him and the
answers given thereto or Wednes-
day evening were referred' to the
following Select Commrttee.
Messrs Gamblin, Albury. Curry,*
Cole, A. K. Solomon, Armbrister
and Adderlry.
' Mr. Wetch moved that the pen
tion re Tariff Dill presented by
him be referred to a Select Com-
mittee.
Mr. Malcolm moved as an
amendment, the previous question,
and that the petition be not now
considered.
On being 1 put the amendment
was carrtedand the petition was
not sn-relerred.
Mr. Sands staked leave to introduce
ABili toameod the Health Amend-
ment Act 191a.
Whereupon Mr. T. Culmer mov-
ed as an amendment that leave be
not granted.
On being put the amendment
was lost, aoddeave granted to in-
troduce .A Hill to amend the
Health Amendment Act J912
which- was-read a first tune and
ordered to be-printed.
On motion of Mr. Sands. A Bill
for estnblfshmg radio telegraphic
communication in the Colony and
between the Colony and parts be-
yond the limits of the Colony, was
read a third time and passed.
On motion of Mr. Sands A Bill
to amend the law relating to the
Telegraph Department of the Col-
ony was read a third time and
passed.
Ordered that the Acting Chief
Cfeik do convey to the Hon. the
Legislative Council the bills pass-
ed the House this evening and last
evening and desire then concurr-
ence therein.
On motion the House adjourne I.
J
Questions and Answers on which
Mr. Albury moved for a Select
Committee on Wednesda) night.
Questions.
I. In what Compaay or Com-
panies are the buildings nnder the
control of the Commissioners of
the Hospital insured against loss
or damage by fire ?
a. In what Company or Com
panies are the buildings under the
imtrol of the Board of Public
Work* for Naw Providence insured
aganist loss or damage by fire ?
3. What ;ue the names of the
local Agents for the companies is
suing insurance, policies to each
of the above mentioned Boards ?
4. If any of these local Agents
who receive a commission- or pro-
fit on insurance obtained are mem-
bers of the Boards insuring them
is it legal and in accordance with
the Government's' Regulations for
them so to trade with such Boards
Answers by the Hon. J. P. Sands
1. Atlas Fire Assurance Co., Ltd
London, Nnrw.ch Un on Fire In-
suranre Sticiety, Ltd.. Norwich.
2. Northern Assuiance Co. Lou*
don. Atlas |Fire Assurance Co.,
Ltd., London.
3. R. H. Curry Co., Agent for
the Atlas Assurance Co.
John fiutler, Agent for the Nor-
wich Union Fire Insurance Society
G: H. Adder ley, Agent for Nor-
thorn Assurance Co'jj
There is no Government regula-
tion baa ring on the point and the
law only prohibits a Member of a
Board voting or taking part in
any matter in which he has dire.'t-
ly or iudirectly by himself or his
partner any pecuniary interest.
J
Dear Mr. Editor,
Please allow me space in your
valuable paper for the following.
I lie Zion Baptist Sunday School
Convention is making its second
cry for union.
The time is drawing nigh, as the
Convention will meet in Augu-',
at Staninrd Creek, Androe Island, j
We wish all our people to rally
round the Standard of the Cross.
We pray "that al* our pastors,
preachers teachers and other work-
ers for the cause of Christ will
awake and see their need : and our
race and people pray that who
ever shall attend this meeting, may
find favour with both God and
man.
Our Missionary has been trying
his best through the power of God
to awaken.the people ; for the last
three months he has been preach-
ing and teaching arid visiting six-
teen Baptist churches, in the hope
of having a good'delegation.
You tint will not be able to at-
tend pray for us.
Our Mission Committee will
make happy all who come,
Look for uf again.
Thanking you for your valuable
space.
R. H. ROBINS, Cor. Sec.
' Head Quarters
Hayley Town
Uiiniiiis.
LOST.
\ Gold Bat Pin, with seven
Amethysts.
Liberal Reward
On delivery at Tribune Office.
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marriage.
I'.r niF.t. Int.raiiam -On Thurs-
day M IV 2Q' ll liv tl) Urv.l. I >;uijei
.Wilshere, at Salem. lUptist Ch.inel,
M i.sa i\'".ii i i Ingndiam In Tit
lv'..'" n H. I'.el' el !><>tli of Hut boui
Wand.
BALKAN VV VR SONG.
11 inrali. hurrah, we'll sing Ihr
jtibih {.
Hurrah, hurrah, the flap thai
us i
So we'll sing the chorus :
Zxcnkqil t While we g Skylpogwnfnifzixmi ipor.
"mvi1 eign visitor."
CAB! EGR \MS
May 3<>tli 1913.
London, 28.- I rowing .hs
pleasure in diploma ic circles id
' power* at the attitude ol
'.....and Sen ia found <\\;
ion to-day hi what prnctiontlv
amount li an ultimatum which
Sir Edward y, the \i\ itish Se
ere tar) of Korean Affairs, deliver.
eil to the delegates ol ligVr
Wits.
I he communication made it
clear that enough tun ha I :
pent ni futile disru*
peace settlement aiirl 1 mo-
ment had an ived foi | tlie
1I1.if ireaty.
Washington, irman
Simmons I the nn ip nuance
run mit'i r will call .11 the state
1I1 part men 1 to-mnrre .v to di
with Secretary Bryan the perplex.
111;; prohlejus uhi li hat 1
I lecause of foreign protests 1
mimstrative features ol tl e I
bill.
Nearly the entire lime of !ii.d i\
rabinet meeting was devoted to
tin' matter.*
Complaints have beeii made
Ih it ceitain clauses "f the l.'n.lei-
wood Kill would < ,ties
With fun l.'u^niHlti H1-.
Sheffield, 2ft. \n ingeniously
ci nMfucleil bomb hearing the in-
scrip 1011 "Votes tOr Wo nen"
foui.d in the public'librar) Ip-day,
The bomb was plunged in water.
Rih Mauds, Ene'a'n I, '.'. <;.
il and I.. G, I lalsti ! drit
15.30 li" sepi iwtf noli
II 1 ke 1 lit* u in Ids record for 11
Imuis, mvci ing ota njiles I to
van's.
All world recofrls fnuji ; Id .1 I
li"urs weie broken
stitution and election" nf 1 presi-
dent "f the Chinese Republic have
l.een deferred indefinitely.
Ov mis to t! e I'l'.iill'H |v in
I in men 1 the issembly is unable to
exercise, its fun'-tmils.
Washington, 18 -President
Wils n's charge that an "Insidu.
mi- ! l>l i\" i~ at work in Washing-
ton in lii'luilf of desired rttanges 1 1
tin' tariff bill was*hrnu ;hl to th
Inrmx < not ice >>f the senate 1. i-da 1
throti li .1 res lut'on 'iy Senali 1
i Li'iniiii s d 1 iin ii nedi-
.ii' investigation l>v a CommiMeo
of five,$< nators to del ih
1 Mil t n| all persons who had
I
III In 1111/ Mill;......
1
\ '''III I I HI
Royal Theatre
( \\ and after thi d t< the
^ price of admission will
he, Box seats gd. U< served
seats 6rl. I 'sual 6d. is.'id.
Bi riches 2d. Children half
I he usual high cla
tainment gi I the l<< -
will not b I ted by i
in admission. Qill
Pictures arc tin- I lest,. Sing-
ii'i Music unsurpassed.
VAUDEV1I I.I".
Wr. would ifonn all who appreciate a Good Smoke that n"w
have on h .nd an extensive Stock of II WAN \ ("If, \RS. \Y<
..'in. ntrr our brand to he made of the finrst Havana and Mimatrr
Wi ppers, and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are mamif.irtured on nui premises by skilled worl
*nd great pains are raKeri to produce an article nf super.....|ii ihtv,
The s we laveo^t within th* past leads u* confidently toe;
the pan n urs
|. I. SALNDERS x Co
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HONE!
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*ny man
k for but copy tit tin* Wontfarful Wr oh. ll MM in |.Um. I
.mple wor4s how any inan ran prt**ta>t> cur* hlmaarf at j
hom., of aueh dwi-MM* an Illoud l'..ia*m tl< \ r.t. 1 #.r Ai-iu rvfl
Vital WeakoeiM, Loaa of Power, Nurvous l>. hmty. Ii*dWrrUon*,
Organic or ContAtfioua fhsvanw. thf Afb>r-'ffuctA *>f raal Living.
Stomach, Livrr. K In.'y an-l Hiaiak-r Trouble*. No matter hoi
i>nif you have sufTorvd; aow old (^-JuMrn your came ; bow
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Boots and Shoes, 560 pair of
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lot "fl.,nli''s' White Nub
11 kin, 1.111 Leather,
b Satin and White]
* anvas,< Vxford-'l
fltrai) SI i ppers and
P mp ;' :'!
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ncxl
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low price of 6s.
per pair
ii 'il:j nil.-.' Whole stilt i\.' Retail
Shoe"Ekt 277,270 BAY ST., < li v
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] j i' 1 LEY & PALMERS
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CRAWFOWI/S Hutter Tuffs In I
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",. "llilln' i.lj I nil l H'.mis
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Curra it P (1 hi I | Ih.
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J Mi. tin-- l's.
' 'I/. ,. I.
Why import Butter
from New York ?
It C|)StS 111 >:' I ) r lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 11 its. pel lb. and tverght
, i. I >. I I 11 <-f NEW YOR.K HOUSE
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\! I \ND STOUT.
\ delrcii >ua 1 'i ink brewed froafl
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ue ol ,i |r and Stout but w 11 -
mil the after efftcw,
bottle, s-. ih'/..
1 l.\,.- CH Wll'M.M .
Pints /M. On irts tod.
-l'UvKUNG VAI.I'.N rO WINK.
Pint* 7'.'l Her dw. 6s.
GINGEK \1.K .N CilNGER BEER
Pints (id. Pel iloz ";s.
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ARi i >\l DWELLING
IIUL'-SE \\uili bath romn at
tarliert xnd all n^it dnot ruiivin.
ig B 'I a ilk.
East ml i', S 'ith. opposite
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