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I'HE TRIBUNE an.I ilie public speaker, in order t > emphasize whit is being said ; an I t iey thereinnet more physical exercie tli 'ii one wot Id {suppose, Selio-il-trncliTS ntd those who U*> the v.me much during the d iy need les* physical training th HI nthers, In f.u t. few things are tn>> e calculated i" stimulate th' I) >dy or h> arouse it fio.n lelharUN than anima'ed conversation, I" t dking, as in laughing, singincj ting, and crvi'i.', inbreathing j is si at, vt Idle nutbre iihtnsj is lunged, and tins is an excel form of lung gymnastic*. I >i, Campheil claims that t ill-' lug iconducive to hmgevit. (I o be com inut ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to September S I ""UK Committee appointed by 1. ilnChamtei ol i iunn erce to organize the liali.nn.is Exhibit ould be glad in it \ e from intend •_ Exhth lots nl any of the ttndeimentioned aitichs, as well as any others th i might recommend themselves for the puipose: Sisal S|Mn£fl Canned Pine-applet Canned Tomatoes i'.i serve*, various Plants potted Cigars Valuable alike for the Invalid and Robust^ The •Allenbury*' Diet ii recommended for general ute in place of ordinary milk foodi. gruel, etc.. and is particularly adapted to the ceeda of Dyspeptics. Invslids. and the Aged. Being largely predigested it iteaayof assimilation. A cup of the Allenburya" Diet ia useful in the forenoon between meals. The Allenburys' Diet may be taken with advantage on going to bed in the place of atimulanta. Being eaaily digested it promotes tranquil and rcfreahing sleep free from the depressing resction in the morning, which often follows the taking of spirits. A Complete Milk and Farinaceous Food. Easy or Digestion. Most agreeable lo Take. Simply and Quickly made by adding boiling waler only To bt obtained from all Chtmists and Slorts. enbarpg* ^k Ail l km. ALLEN & w.j BANIIRYS LTD. LONDON. ENCLANB. |PJktfF>na^a9flMBW BUM Inn! Mats Shells Curi is W'uods Carvings I'ortoiae >liell 'lulmccn Tortoise •sh-ll VV -rU l'..nk t nil. n 'I Basket Wnik, All Exhibits ii.u-t be in lite %  nils of the Committee in t ime I lor the Steamer leaving tins port |Augut ist, 10,13. \ pply tn CHAN K. ALIl'JRY, Clinirmm or CH.V*. |. AimOIT, Srcret.iry. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE R.OYAL STORE k UR "Royal" Household II and I' lour selling 'it 2d re per II). and jos. |ier bag tl |M6 lbs. "Golden Stai Fl ur a llw foi 3J1I. Jml "Laurel llrand" I' lour" -' lbs f.u ,Jd. 1 entennial Flour per bag aos. Pig Feel in Vinegar M 71, pei lb, 11 Sugar at 2J1I. per lb Oni HIT white and clean, besl in town •elling "t 4I. per quart. All our Groceries are fiesli and good quality and clienp. Pure Jamaica Rum Mt tos, par gallon. JAMFS I.. PAUNDERS A Co. .Nassau N. P. Ha liamas. April 15th 1913. A race is no better than its women W. A. MAI Ml!;. L'NDKK IAKI-.R D ESIRES |o inform his f; ieml Public ih..t he It • just received a complete outfit • f facilities fin the business ol an unil< 1 ta I, IT, w Inch pl.ai's him ill II pusii t o earn out Funerals that may lie entrusted In Ins Care M i'h system and despatch; and r---><* 1 fully solicits their patron igi iet myPrtct s hist .mt 1 prove that • iey are the verj liiweal for first rl.iss work. W : would .rncm.1l whoappr. I .!^\'' /'A,,* We have on h,nd an extensive St.** of HAVXM %  .Al t,eour brand to be made ol .he finest Havana and Mimntn \Vi ippers,and Havana Fillers ihrongh. n! 1 mnnufn ' workmen and creat pains ire taken to produce an aMicle ol | q.l-v rh-succ 1 h in ihe p*M leads us fid-nth .... xp. -1 •"'I* neofconnoiseurs 1 L WADERS A C. I, I .1 V s I ,. I TELLS ABOUT 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL > wmavmwrqMmrmMK FOR SALE. A LL Flltit Lot f land siti |l 111 |),i.\i|i-swell Mreei with dwell inn lni' .lieienn, -I' • 1* I N11. 65 1 I'm •• in '-'" d repair, I-in I'.ir.iculais \..pK 1.1 I. \l. KXOWLES No. 528 l'iay St vm CURB^ ,' nltrnd i loolrt;^_!ubhocn T^r lb We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 4 pis. per lb. and weigh" guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE



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(0 O VOL. X. NUIIIMS adijUclua Jurare in verba maestri. Being bound to .wear to the Dofma. of no Master. Nassaxf. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday June 2. 1913 No. 160 I EON E. H. Dl'l'l (||. 1***4 til mi ornci • s ,, \IAI:KI:T mRKKi lu N. I'.. I.Ai,. PUBLISHED l)\u I Monday. Wdaesda> a „,: Fu.tai,•lir* le e 0 py ... T Tuesday. Tin,rsda) ., rf --..,. %  |,. Half Vearlv re **' ... .6, :i >' ... 4.. %  AYAHl.r IX'ADVAI A. R ttei $| pence ,,-, i, for first iii-.il.on : three pen* e pel In e '•• leconfi inttrt'oiKand one penay MI line for lubtequ .ii ioMttionn Advertisements under eiaht lit,' t . The Mail Rtearrrer "Vigilanci h expected to arrive day-l iWedfii sday morning. '•';:)Vi-.K\\!LM'\oiici;-v A Regulation made by th-Governor with reference to amendments in the Rcisler oi Bit fin 1 ; d %  n i i infoi mationi iompaial vt Statements of' tlie I'nblic Revenue and l|ie Public I xpt-iul.rurr f..r the Quartern end log 31*1 M.uc'i 1,1/ m ,| |n ( i „ re published. I ORRIGN MAILS ,„., jf; S "Sejruuinca" wilf be i lugerj on! Frtdaj 6jli June nl IOOYIOC\,I. m. INT"I *CI.A MAILS for Harbour Island, Spanish WelJs, Bluff, Hleutlie.,1, Aniln.s, AIKICO. I nun, l.onj,' I K'.-.ny.-d I., Grand Bahama, jSiniHiis and l rt v Island, will lie clnfl fln Iri'l r, 61 h June a I N'p WemySs Bight. 5-3 Dear Mr Bailor, Would yua kindly tit ike room inynur p;rpVr fur the following I :mi v.-i\ pit i(1 | nith Hie wav Empire (I iv w.is relfhrti'led in our settle** nt. At |iri nk n| day tbe ince-s nit roar of guns .unused the community which assured tliem of the days enjoyrnent. At ten o'clock tw-'\ .cms drought cfiil I 1 M s at I in (hi Iroom "it I irftei h iv in; sung the \. tion•I Anthem Mr. Coopei the Teat her rei. lere an inl ting add rets on l.ovaliv, Responsibility and Self-.-acnlK e. Mr. Jgmes A. Reck. ley very. ejn>fent|| | i sidL f| the world. He von in both the fourtli and Idjfli rounds today, and will meet inthe sixtji royeid tomorrrtw H H. Hilton who has •held the worlds championship title three times. June 2nd 1013. Indianapolis. Indiana, 31. A Frtsjph ca, the PeugBot driven by Ciour. a I-'renchman. won the third animal 500 miles race here to-diiy. Ihs time vas six boats thirty one minutes and thirty three seconds. 4— %  —.-! %  London, 31,—An attempt was made ttftnight to set lire to the Royal academy. Although the us11 a I vot,.s f„r women placards were not found the*police inspect militant suffraaettes were responsible for theattempt to destroy the bmldrftg, m winch houses some.of the worlds greatest works of art. The suffragettes resumed their campaign of destruction to-night in the Lawjsl am branch post office, which they had attacked several times previously. They set fire to the letters in the building and 'he (lames weic extinguished only after a number of them had been destroyed. Railway telegraph and telephone u ta* were cut to day in various places in Wales. London, 31.— The et.;ht months war between Turkey and the Balkan states is ended. The "Peaoa of London'* was signed to-day in the picture gallery of St. James Palace. Sir Edward Grey presided over the finalities. Qifeeastown, JL^^TIIC Amer. can Line steamer rTaveifoid-.-^diich Sa^Ud yesAt-rday from Liverpool for Philacielpliia'wrTn 134 cabins 850 steerage passengers on board.""s went on the rocks westward of Cork Head this afternoon while feeling her way cautiously in a dense fog. Wireless telegraphy "ST-""-^ demonstrated its Before dusk' all the passei hecu safely,brought haHJbu'r, I The Un .-imilton, defeated his Liberal opponent, in the by-election here yokterday by a -majority of 1362. The Unionist at the previous election was only iig. London, 31.—Mrs. Panklmrst nfns taken no food since she was re-arrcsted. She is said to be in .1 A %  •* .>> ATtrineharHpCTg, JI. —T iontst candidate, M. K. Har % 



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Jute, ami her release at any time. I •W.iher if. Papei [ .,I'be Amen] tfi tlie King at I'll iiv tonorrow ^IUI MI, 31.— riusuit of God v l-.i ic againsl Cecil Qheeter. m forciiiiiHi.il libel wascontinu! to-day. "Hie fc'ituro was the examination of Sir i\ufus Isaacs, who protested Main questions by the defendant! counsel, sug^estintj political corruption in tlie .purch ise of Am. 111 .in Ma 1 con 1 shares.' Th :rponcd Sir Kulns stemlv reminding counsel that his position at tl ah.'necessary luqt'ing ins case in a proper i iner. I 1 lught not t<> allow any man, lie has broa 1 lands, to f( .'I thai he is rich in my preBern I 0 lit to make liini feel that I can ilo without his riches that I canm t be bought'-neitbej by 1 omfort, neither by prideand although I ho utterly penniless aod receiving br^ad from him, that In 1 is the poor man beside mc,— Emerson. — % %  %  %  — i I 1ST. \ Gold T>ar I'm, with seven Ametln st-. Liberal Reward On delivery it Tribune Ollice. The Comnv of Comme Exhibit. at the tion. at Toronto. Am tember, of thle year, have decided : to place a. Special Exhibition Num. ber of "The Strombua" on aale at ( the exhibition as named above. I Exhihitora. Business men generally. Lodging House Keepers. Boarding House Keepers. Owners-, of places o rent as winter, realdencea,Owners of Boats,etc..etc.. would do well to advertise in the ExhibillonNumbrandbringtheir business to the notice of the many I thousands o( Canadians who will visit this exhibition, and who are e. growing factor In our tourist business. • Special rates. Sparc should be secured eafly. 1 More than two thousand of this [ Issue will be printed which will make it the most valuable adyertising medium ver published in he Bahamas. No ona who has anything to sell or to hire shouldbe left out of the Exhibition Num, ber of "The Strombua." Why import Butter from New York ? It costs more than socts. per lb. We can supply the retail Groer Better Butter at 44Ctf. per lb. and weight guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE Give unlight Soap A TRIAL .No nrgiyneitf '" favour of Sunlight Soap is more eon viheing' than a trial of the Soap itself. Simliuht Soap is made to help, and thus Kelp. It makes haul work easj. saves rubbing ami Scrubbing.and dors I lie work easily anil well. Sunlight Soap is a good wotkci and will save >ou money, labour. anil clothes. TRY IT KVKR BROTHKRS IIM1TKI) %  P ORT SINMi.lir r.NCil ANU. w-c A R areiEflportunity le^uring Special forS. Bargains W ILLIAMS, tin: Shoemrtn lias just opened up a •hipmont of over 2,600 pairs Boots and Shoes, 560 pairs of iforrtl all who appreci He a Good Smoke that we now i h.nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We nd to be made of the finest Havana and Stimatr? Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. TJiese Cigars are manufactured >n our premises by skilled workmen hnd '-'reat pams are taken to protluce irrarticje of superior quality. The success we I five n el wiih in tli : us eunfideiitly teexrMM the patronage l Com >isi UrS |. I.. SAl NDERS A (" %  Ha\ Street. TELLS ABOUT D I W. A. MATH I -It. UNDER I AKER ESI RES to tnlorin liis friend* ami the Public thai he lia ) 'utt received H complete outfit W acili ties foi I tie business ol an un, t c ,, %  *lertnl.*r, which places nun in a Which ;un Sp-vial I.:irgaB| ,„,.,;,„„,„,,„,,. ,„„ l ulll i: .|s th... ft olLadiPs \\liitv^ubufk, m .,v I ,.en trust* Ho his^-are *th I'. '.in, Ian I .fatlipr^^vstealjin'l despatch ; and re-pe i IH Tilly solicits then piition itfe I ii I my Puces first HIH' prove llwl they are the very lowest foi 6rst class 'lai |in 'n 1 10 ;n k Satia and White i. nnvas,Oxford Ties, Strap Slipper* and Pumps. Kegu* "K'UK faft'-n 8s. to.ShefMild I at 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WOHTH sw TO JMffjMjL •lr..i K. wiopU word. Im .n auna •*"•* %  $' *?"• "tTJUUT m L-L*J ^71._k .!,_•• H lMo.rr1liCISSOK<. for sale bv Chas. E. Albury. i M %  w a y i" It l rho. k full of il you in. Wt ,„. -'W IKIO* o no* i-nrr:iio-*"if"oo"-'.n-; y.;rjus* *m.j* ,. lOU kh, h.olll. usTE Mcp ."-'ar "" lak..S. Open I. HOOUl O0M D. —On the Northan SpotmiiH Feet keel, M model, painti-aVvlnte outside, H transom. Tlie Owner will p comniuniorite with 1 III-: COMMISSION El Ntcolls Town, Ar Williams Shoes Are BETTER J 1



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(fi O X X (I) r& 0) 0) Bein VOL. X. Nullius adAjCtua Ivirare in verbo. m&Kietri 8 bound to iwenr lo the I)o|my of no Master. I Nassnxf. N. P.. Bahun*,. Monday June 2. 1915 I EON I H IM'I'i en, EDIT >H ug I'O^II 10 II No. 160 0KK1CK • r' Vigib,ncin ,, j g JJPfted to arrive , w earn May morning. •* "KmutXMLxr \oiici.v A Regulation tnfidby the fJbvi ernor with reference t. amendments in tlf Regisfer i>l M,,j anil Deathsfopoblnhed f n g i i information! CpmpAaliaina.,Jli.ii.n.|snd IWrrv Island, will !. e cld#I.rin Frid l\ 6th June ffl Noon. Wflnysflight. Dear Mr rMi'nr, Would von kindly m ike room in your paper for il.. ; following 1 •'"i. verj 1 li -i-.-,l nithilirav Empire d is u.,s celebrated in our stttlemi ut. At bri nk ol rl ly the 1 news nit n.ar of guruj aroused the 1 omoiunity which assured tliem ol the days enjoyment. At ten o'clock twTve.guns brought chilli ri and !'" IWS seat a I in (In .,,,,„, and after li rving sung the \ • ;il Anthem Mr. Coo| er rendered an interesting address on Loyalty, Responsibility an 1 • Self-jfacr.fice. Mr. ismes A. Reck very. 1 dh>n r.tly ptendt < li.uiiii.in,. .\ pretty lengthy pro sjfao.nie of • ifluioa* Bialoguae sjfeecl.es and songs were rendered' very irhelligeqtiy by the school children that it appeared almost nvaaculoiis for Wemyj Might. Blan< h Gardiner, p. little J r | ,,f nine years carried 1 ffa prize whii h Mr Go ipet offered in the shape ol %  ey for the best ret jtei she JustljHleserved. At the close of the programme irfreshm.-nts were served to all-the school children having b*g.of cakes and candies lotaJsB along with them. 1 his enjoyable meeting was brcllgbt to ,1 r|.,se bv singing the Nation il Anthem followed by tlie rbar of ten guns. f4r, Editor withut doubt Mr. Cooper is doing more with Infi school than any one has been biown to do. All the parents m'ist unhesitatingly vitli : 1 I iy [hat lie" m a painsi taking sjifct and hardiabo.trjog teacher and abava all a real disci. plinnri.in. I wish the majority |na> for his long stav rflQOag us, tei hng assured that in the near future '.his Khpol will walk side by side with otheis that may now I"-.one steps ul)ead-I # I |||>| on for space. &f I a-ii Dear Sir Yburs truly VISITOR. .. . CAl!/.KGR\MS J III ,^^^-er, St. Afitirevs, Schmidt, V 1 ISM is tlu? goi survivor amon^ 'the American entrants in tficcont t forfflriaraateur gxrff ohanpionship olthe world. He.foil in both the fourth and iyi rounJs tod,iv, and will meet inthe sixth round tomorrow H II. Hilt,,,, wh %  has h.hl the worlds championship title three times. 4 June 2nd 1913. Indianapolis. Indiana, JI, -\ Fregch c.-i, the Peugeot driven by Ciour. a Frenchman, won the third annual 500 miles race here to-dhy. His time was six boms thirty one minutes and thirty three seconds. London. 31,—An attempt was mad.e io.n,o|it to set fire to the IJoval academy. Although the HS11 U Votes for women placards were not found th** police iuspect militant suflram-tte's were responsible f"r the at tempi to flestroy the buil'hng, in which houses some,of the worlds greatest works of art. I'll' suffragettes resumed their campaign of destruction to-night in Hie Lewisham branch post office, which the> li id attacked several times previously. They set fire to the letiers in the building and 'he (lames weie extinguished only after a number of them had been destroyed. Railway telegraph and telephone ww. were cut to day in various places m Wales. London, 31.—t%t eight months war between Turkey and the Ualkan states is ended. Tin' "Peace of London" was signed to-day in the picture gallery of St. James Palace. Sir Edward Grey presided over the finalities. # %Qdfeeastown, isV^Tlie American Line steamer naverrera.'^ihich s^lad yesaerdayfroin Liverpool for Philaifclpliia^ffn 134 cabins 850 steerage passengers on board,*•• went on ttte rocks westward 0/ Cork Dead this afternoon while fepling her way cautiously in a dense fog. Wireless telegraphy agaif} demonstrated its Hefoiedusk all the passej been sufsly^brought aj harbour.' ATtrinrhaflr^fng, jr.—TtfftUn ionist candidate, M. K. Hamilton, defeated his Liberal opponent, in the by-election here yesterday by a majority of 13^3. The Unionist at the previous election was only rig. .• S* utiously in a iss telegranhy ^* 1 issrygjl B B 'A London, 31.—Mrs. has taken no fool since she was Pankhurst o food sini re-arrested. She is s aid to be in a % 


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VOL. X.
Nullius adAjCtua Ivirare in verbo. m&Kietri
8 bound to iwenr lo the I)o|my of no Master.
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Nassnxf. N. P.. Bahun*,. Monday June 2.
1915
I EON I H IM'I'i en,
Edit >h ug I'o^ii10ii
No. 160
0KK1CK Nas au \. I'., t*n -
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Monday, .Ve laesday an,: F; ,-h*
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Tuesday. rw.r8.lay a,., s., .
Ve.klv* % '.V "
Monthly "" tJ'1, .
0'iarter'lv '" 4''
H.mVarlv
Yearly
PAYABtl! IN ADVAI
*tt*n.8 R. Si* pence ,*r line
i"t first ii.M-rti.M.: three sen pel liiie
'^Second in#ertion:od Dnepenei
foi subsequent insertion*
AdvertisemenU "'"let eipht fine; ,i.
:TheMaR6t*am>r',Vigib,ncin,,jg
JJPfted to arrive ,
w earn May morning.
*
"KmutXMLxr \oiici.v
A Regulation tnfid- by the fJbvi
ernor with reference t. amend-
ments in tlf Regisfer i>l M,,j
anil Deathsfopoblnhed f n g i i
information!
CpmpA public Revenue .-.ml tjie Pub:..-
Lxpendirure f..| the Quarters olt<;
'* 3**" Wardn 191a and 1913 ttre
published.
'HR1GN MAII.s p, s s
''SeRuiHaca" wilf be dosed ,,'
Friday 6th June at ro-o'eiocV,. m.
IN''r*[|(:i.AV.\IAi[.S for
Harbour Island, Spanish Wells
niuff, l.leuthc.n, Arulros, Abnco
Kxiimn, l...iit; I, RagRetj I., Grand
l>aliaina.,Jli.ii.n.|snd IWrrv Island,
will !.e cld#I.rin Frid l\ 6th June
ffl Noon. "
Wflnys- flight.
Dear Mr rMi'nr,
Would von kindly m ike room
in your paper for il..; following 1
'"i. verj 1 li -i-.-,l nithilir- av Em-
pire d is u.,s celebrated in our
stttlemi ut. At bri nk ol rl ly the
1 news nit n.ar of guruj aroused the
1 omoiunity which assured tliem ol
the days enjoyment. At ten o'clock
twTve.guns brought chilli ri and
!'" IWS seat a I in (In .,,,,,
and after li rving sung the \
;il Anthem Mr. Coo|
er rendered an interesting address
on Loyalty, Responsibility an 1
Self-jfacr.fice. Mr. ismes A. Reck
- very. 1 dh>n r.tly ptendt
< li.uiiii.in,. .\ pretty lengthy pro
sjfao.nie of ifluioa* Bialoguae
sjfeecl.es and songs were rendered'
very irhelligeqtiy by the school
children that it appeared almost
nvaaculoiis for Wemyj Might.
Blan< h Gardiner, p. little Jr| ,,f
nine years carried 1 ffa prize whii h
Mr Go ipet offered in the shape ol
ey for the best ret jtei
she JustljHleserved. At the close
of the programme irfreshm.-nts
were served to all-the school
children having b*g.of cakes and
candies lotaJsB along with them.
1 his enjoyable meeting was
brcllgbt to ,1 r|.,se bv singing the
Nation il Anthem followed by tlie
rbar of ten guns.
f4r, Editor with- ut doubt Mr.
Cooper is doing more with Infi
school than any one has been
biown to do. All the parents
m'ist unhesitatingly vitli
: 1 I iy [hat lie" m a painsi
taking sjifct and hardiabo.trjog
teacher and abava all a real disci.
plinnri.in. I wish the majority
|na> for his long stav rflQOag us,
tei hng assured that in the near
future '.his Khpol will walk side
by side with otheis that may now
I"-.one steps ul)ead-I#I|||>|
on for space.
?I a-ii
Dear Sir
Yburs truly
VISITOR.
.. .
CAl!/.KGR\MS
J III
,^^^-er,
St. Afitirevs,
Schmidt, V 1 ism
is tlu? goi survivor amon^ 'the
American entrants in tficcont t
forfflriaraateur gxrff ohanpion-
ship olthe world.
He.foil in both the fourth
and iyi rounJs tod,iv, and will
meet in- the sixth round to-
morrow H II. Hilt,,,, wh has
h.hl the worlds championship
title three times.
4 June 2nd 1913.
Indianapolis. Indiana, ji, -\
Fregch c.-i, the Peugeot driven by
Ciour. a Frenchman, won the third
annual 500 miles race here to-dhy.
His time was six boms thirty one
minutes and thirty three seconds.
London. 31,An attempt was
mad.e io.n,o|it to set fire to the
. IJoval academy. Although the HS-
11 U Votes for women placards were
not found th** police iuspect mili-
tant suflram-tte's were responsible
f"r the at tempi to flestroy the buil-
'hng, in which houses some,of the
worlds greatest works of art.
I'll' suffragettes resumed their
campaign of destruction to-night
in Hie Lewisham branch post office,
which the> li id attacked several
times previously.
They set fire to the letiers in the
building and 'he (lames weie ex-
tinguished only after a number of
them had been destroyed. Rail-
way telegraph and telephone ww.
were cut to day in various places
m Wales.
London, 31.t%t eight months
war between Turkey and the Ual-
kan states is ended.
Tin' "Peace of London" was
signed to-day in the picture gall-
ery of St. James Palace.
Sir Edward Grey presided over
the finalities.
# ------%-
Qdfeeastown, isV^Tlie Ameri-
can Line steamer naverrera.'^ihich
s^lad yesaerdayfroin Liverpool
for Philaifclpliia^ffn 134 cabins
850 steerage passengers on board,*
went on ttte rocks westward 0/
Cork Dead this afternoon while
fepling her way cautiously in a
dense fog. Wireless telegraphy
agaif} demonstrated its
Hefoiedusk all the passej
been sufsly^brought aj
harbour.'
ATtrinrhaflr^fng, jr.TtfftUn
ionist candidate, M. K. Hamilton,
defeated his Liberal opponent, in
the by-election here yesterday by a
majority of 13^3. The Unionist at
the previous election was only rig.
. S*
utiously in a
iss telegranhy ^*
1 issrygjl B B
'A London, 31.Mrs.
has taken no fool since she was
Pankhurst
o food sini
re-arrested. She is said to be in a
*


I'HE TRIBUNE
an.I ilie public speaker, in order t >
emphasize whit is being said ; an I
t iey therein- net more physical ex-
ercie tli 'ii one wot Id {suppose,
Selio-il-trncliTS ntd those who
U*> the v.me much during the d iy
need les* physical training th hi
nthers, In f.u t. few things are
tn>> e calculated i" stimulate th'
I) >dy or h> arouse it fio.n lelharUN
than anima'ed conversation, I"
t dking, as in laughing, singincj
ting, and crvi'i.', inbreathing j
is si at, vt Idle nutbre iihtnsj is
lunged, and tins is an excel
form of lung gymnastic*.
I >i, Campheil claims that t ill--'
lug i- conducive to hmgevit.
(I o be com inut
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September S
' I ""UK Committee appointed by
1. iln- Chamtei ol i iunn erce
to organize the liali.nn.is Exhibit
ould be glad in it.....\ e
from intend _ Exhth lots nl any
of the ttndeimentioned aitichs, as
well as any others th i might re-
commend themselves for the pui-
pose:
Sisal
S|Mnfl
Canned Pine-applet
Canned Tomatoes
i'.i serve*, various
Plants potted
Cigars
Valuable
alike
for the
Invalid and Robust^
The Allenbury*' Diet ii recommended for
general ute in place of ordinary milk foodi.
gruel, etc.. and is particularly adapted to the
ceeda of Dyspeptics. Invslids. and the Aged.
Being largely predigested it iteaayof assimi-
lation. A cup of the Allenburya" Diet ia
useful in the forenoon between meals.
The Allenburys' Diet may be taken with
advantage on going to bed in the place of
atimulanta. Being eaaily digested it promotes
tranquil and rcfreahing sleep free from the
depressing resction in the morning, which
often follows the taking of spirits.
A Complete Milk and Farinaceous Food. Easy
or Digestion. Most agreeable lo Take. Simply
and Quickly made by adding boiling waler only
To bt obtained from all Chtmists and Slorts.

enbarpg*
^k Ail l
km.
ALLEN &
w.j
BANIIRYS LTD. LONDON. ENCLANB.
|PJktfF>na^a9flMBW BUM
Inn!
Mats
Shells
Curi is
W'uods
Carvings
I'ortoiae >liell
'lulmccn Tortoise sh-ll VV -rU
l'..nk t nil. n
'I Basket Wnik,
All Exhibits ii.u-t be in lite
nils of the Committee in t ime
I lor the Steamer leaving tins port
|Augut ist, 10,13.
\ pply tn
CHAN K. ALIl'JRY,
Clinirmm .
or
CH.V*. |. AimOIT,
Srcret.iry.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE R.OYAL STORE
kUR "Royal" Household
II and I' lour selling 'it 2d
re per II). and jos. |ier bag tl
|m6 lbs.
"Golden Stai Fl ur a llw foi 3J1I.
Jml "Laurel llrand" I' lour" -' lbs
f.u ,Jd.
1 entennial Flour per bag aos.
Pig Feel in Vinegar M 71, pei lb,
11 Sugar at 2J1I. per lb Oni
hit white and clean, besl in town
elling "t 4I. per quart.
All our Groceries are fiesli and
good quality and clienp.
Pure Jamaica Rum Mt tos, par
gallon.
JAMFS I.. PAUNDERS A Co.
.Nassau N. P.
Ha liamas.
April 15th 1913.
A race is no better than its
women
W. A. MAI Ml!;.
L'NDKK IAKI-.R
DESIRES |o inform his f; ieml
Public ih..t he It -
just received a complete outfit f
facilities fin the business ol an un-
il< 1 ta I, it, w Inch pl.ai's him ill II
pusii.....to earn out Funerals that
may lie entrusted In Ins Care M i'h
system and despatch; and r----><* 1
fully solicits their patron igi iet
myPrtct s hist .mt1 prove that iey
are the verj liiweal for first rl.iss
work.
W: would .rncm.1l whoappr. I .!^\'' /'A,,* We
have on h,nd an extensive St.** of HAVXM .Al
........t,eour brand to be made ol .he finest Havana and Mimntn
\Vi ippers,and Havana Fillers ihrongh.
n!1 mnnufn workmen
and creat pains ire taken to produce an aMicle ol | q.l-v
rh-succ 1 h in ihe p*M leads us.....fid-nth .... xp. -1
"'I* neofconnoiseurs 1 L. WADERS A C.
I, I .1 V s I ,. I
TELLS
ABOUT
50000 BOOKS
Free By Mail >
wmavmwrqMmrmMK
FOR SALE.
ALL Flltit Lot f land siti |l
111 |),i.\i|i-swell Mreei with
dwell inn lni' .lieienn, -I'..... 1* I
N11. 65 1 I'm in '-'" d repair,
I-in I'.ir.iculais
\..pK 1.1
I. \l. KXOWLES
No. 528 l'iay St
vm
CURB^
,' nltrnd i lo- olrt;^_!ubhocn T ..-I,. U

MEN'S AILMENTS
DR. JOS. LISTER It CO.
iaa,U -,
N 0 l I C E.
rTnHIS is in inform my Patrons
I and the Public in I ieneral
tliat l havi- opened my Public
[3lack Smith Shop; and am now
. to d 1 nnythinj in the Ime ol
Genet a I rep lii 01 new wot I. I lre
Shoeing -ii' caily All work done
Mechanically.
P \ lliivlir,
* hay -ti.-' I ast [\Vli 11 h
RF.PUDI \ I ION.
I.AlN't.. MywifeC'liciMiiiM l.aiug
i 1 ng left mv h "iiu- withoitl mu-
tual content, I tlterelote will n..t
hold inytell responsible lu any
debts Irantacted m my name bj
her.
M\I.\CIII LA1NG
c.nf _, POUN D.On the Nortliecnl
field WUMW .y .t.,,,,,,,,,,, ,, fj, h.,1, M,.cl
h fine ass.1 tment ul:
RAZ IH '
I'nlda Knives
pucket Kni'
M id Ii"' tin
Hrend Knives
Carving S^ts in Cases,
and
SCIS^OKS.
for sale by
Chas. E. Albury
Williams SllOeS
Are BETTER
1.....lei, 1 ted vhite out*ide, blu
I ransom. I he Owner will plen*p
communicate itli
I HE COM.VHSSH 'Nl.lv'.
N'u-ills Town, Andr.K
Why import Butter
from New York ?
It costs more than 50CU. |>^r lb
We can supply the retail .
Grocer Better Butter
at 4 pis. per lb. and weigh"
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE


(0
O
VOL. X.
NuIIIms adijUclua Jurare in verba maestri.
Being bound to .wear to the Dofma. of no Master.
Nassaxf. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday June 2. 1913
No. 160
I EON E. H. Dl'l'l (||.
1***4 til mi
ornci s ,, \iai:ki:t mRKKi
lu N. I'.. I.Ai,.
PUBLISHED l)\u I
Monday. Wdaesda> a,: Fu.tai,-
lir* le e0py ... T
Tuesday. Tin,rsda) ., rf --..,., |,.
Half Vearlv
re**' ... .6,
:i>'
... 4..
AYAHl.r ix'advai
A. R ttei $| pence ,,-, i,
for first iii-.il.on : three pen* e pel In e
' leconfi inttrt'oiKand one penay mi
line for lubtequ .ii ioMttionn
Advertisements under eiaht lit,' t.
The Mail Rtearrrer "Vigilanci h
expected to arrive day-l i-
Wedfii sday morning.
'';:)Vi-.K\\!LM'\oiici;-v
A Regulation made by th-Gov-
ernor with reference to amend-
ments in the Rcisler oi Bit fin
1 ; d n i i
infoi mationi
i- ompaial vt Statements of' tlie
I'nblic Revenue and l|ie Public
I xpt-iul.rurr f..r the Quartern end
log 31*1 M.uc'i 1,1/ m ,| |n(i re
published.
I ORRIGN MAILS ,., jf; S.
"Sejruuinca" wilf be i lugerj on!
Frtdaj 6jli June nl iooYIoc\,i. m.
int"i *ci.a MAILS for
Harbour Island, Spanish WelJs,
Bluff, Hleutlie.,1, Aniln.s, AIkico.
i nun, l.onj,' I K'.-.ny.-d I., Grand
Bahama, jSiniHiis and l rt v Island,
will lie clnfl fln Iri'l r, 61 h June '
a I N'p ,
WemySs Bight.
5-3
Dear Mr Bailor,
Would yua kindly tit ike room
inynur p;rpVr fur the following I
:mi v.-i\ pit i-(1| nith Hie wav Em-
pire (I iv w.is relfhrti'led in our
settle** nt. At |iri nk n| day tbe
ince-s nit roar of guns .unused the
community which assured tliem of
the days enjoyrnent. At ten o'clock
tw-'\ .cms drought cfiil '
I1" M's at I in (hi Iroom
"it I irftei h iv in; sung the \. tion-
I Anthem Mr. Coopei the Teat h-
er rei. lere an inl ting add rets
on l.ovaliv, Responsibility and
Self-.-acnlK e. Mr. Jgmes A. Reck.
ley very. ejn>fent|| | i sidL chairman A pretty leiijthv pro.
it ran i nre of r i-tatioiis Dialogues,
speeches and sohes*vere rendered
very irHeUigeqtl^ by the school
Children that it appeared almost
miraculous for Wemyj BigJ
Blani ii Gardiner, p. little girl of
nine years can ieil off a pi lie whii h
\rr. Cooper offered in the shape of
'' ney I ir the liest reciti i
she j.,st,'v d'-e, ve.t. At the close
61 the programme refreshment
were served to all-the school
children hating bag* of cak< a and
candies to take along with them.
This enjoyable meeting was
brctigbt io a close by singing the
National Anthem followed by the
ioar of ten guns.
Vr. Editor with- ut doubt Mr.
Cooper is doiQg more with thin
sehool than any one has been
known to do, All the parents
must unhesitatingly agree with
li'-n I say that he I- a p ,IMs.
takiojc, strti I and hardiabourin*
lc K her BOd above all R teal discf.
plinan.ui. I wish the majority
pray for his long stay among us,
feeling assured that in the near
future this xchpol will walk side
by side with others that may now
h'so.ne steps aheadI jaifiWiis '
wall.wtlsHer. p f
rou for Space,
rl am .
Hear Sir
Vouts truly
VISITOR.
CABLEGRAMS
St. Andrees,
.Sclinjidt, tlio^W,
ii... i .____rr*1.
Iyer,
1* th -irvivor among the
Amen, an entrants in tfic contest
for rne|amateur gofi ohanpioo-
siui> f| the world.
He von in both the fourtli
and Idjfli rounds today, and will
meet in- the sixtji royeid to-
morrrtw H H. Hilton who has
held the worlds championship
title three times.
June 2nd 1013.
Indianapolis. Indiana, 31. A
Frtsjph ca, the PeugBot driven by
Ciour. a I-'renchman. won the third
animal 500 miles race here to-diiy.
Ihs time vas six boats thirty one
minutes and thirty three seconds.
4.-!
London, 31,An attempt was
made ttftnight to set lire to the
Royal academy. Although the us-
11 a I vot,.s fr women placards were
not found the*police inspect mili-
tant suffraaettes were responsible
for theattempt to destroy the bml-
drftg, m winch houses some.of the
worlds greatest works of art.
The suffragettes resumed their
campaign of destruction to-night
in the Lawjsl am branch post office,
which they had attacked several
times previously.
They set fire to the letters in the
building and 'he (lames weic ex-
tinguished only after a number of
them had been destroyed. Rail-
way telegraph and telephone u ta*
were cut to day in various places
in Wales.
London, 31. The et.;ht months
war between Turkey and the Bal-
kan states is ended.
The "Peaoa of London'* was
signed to-day in the picture gall-
ery of St. James Palace.
Sir Edward Grey presided over
the finalities.
Qifeeastown, jl^^TIic Amer. -
can Line steamer rTaveifoid-.-^diich
Sa^Ud yesAt-rday from Liverpool
for Philacielpliia'wrTn 134 cabins
850 steerage passengers on board.""s
went on the rocks westward of
Cork Head this afternoon while
feeling her way cautiously in a
dense fog. Wireless telegraphy
"ST-""-^ demonstrated its
Before dusk' all the passei
hecu safely,brought
haHJbu'r,
I
The Un
.-imilton,
defeated his Liberal opponent, in
the by-election here yokterday by a
-majority of 1362. The Unionist at
the previous election was only iig.
. London, 31.Mrs. Panklmrst
nfns taken no food since she was
re-arrcsted. She is said to be in .1
A *


.>>
ATtrineharHpCTg, ji.T
iontst candidate, M. K. Har


Jute, ami her release
at any time.
I W.iher if. Papei
[ .,- I'be Amen- ]
tfi tlie King at
I'll iiv to- norrow
^iuI mi, 31. riusuit of God
v l-.i ic againsl Cecil Qheeter.
m forciiiiiHi.il libel wascontinu-
! to-day.
"Hie fc'ituro was the examination
of Sir i\ufus Isaacs, who protested
Main questions by the
defendant! counsel, sug^estintj
political corruption in tlie .pur-
ch ise of Am. 111 .in Ma 1 con 1 shares.'
Th :rponcd Sir Kulns
stemlv reminding counsel that his
position at tl ah.'necessary
luqt'ing ins case in a proper
i iner.
I 1 lught not t<> allow any man,
lie has broa 1 lands, to
f( .'I thai he is rich in my pre-
Bern I 0 lit to make liini feel
that I can ilo without his riches
that I canm t be bought'-neitbej
by 1 omfort, neither by pride-
and although I ho utterly pen-
niless aod receiving br^ad from
him, that In1 is the poor man be-
side mc, Emerson.
.....
i I 1ST.
\ Gold T>ar I'm, with seven
Ametln st-.
Liberal Reward
On delivery it Tribune Ollice.
The Comnv
of Comme
Exhibit. at the
tion. at Toronto. Am
tember, of thle year, have decided :
to place a. Special Exhibition Num. ,
ber of "The Strombua" on aale at (
the exhibition as named above. I
Exhihitora. Business men gene-
rally. Lodging House Keepers.
Boarding House Keepers. Owners-,
of places o rent as winter, real-
dencea,Owners of Boats,etc..etc..
would do well to advertise in the
ExhibillonNumbrandbringtheir
business to the notice of the many I
thousands o( Canadians who will
visit this exhibition, and who are
e. growing factor In our tourist
business.
Special rates. Sparc should be
secured eafly. 1
More than two thousand of this [
Issue will be printed which will ,
make it the most valuable adyer-
tising medium ver published in '
he Bahamas. No ona who has
anything to sell or to hire should-
be left out of the Exhibition Num- ,
ber of "The Strombua."
Why import Butter
from New York ?
It costs more than socts. per lb.
We can supply the retail
Groer Better Butter
at 44Ctf. per lb. and weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
Give
unlight Soap
A TRIAL
.No nrgiyneitf '" favour of
Sunlight Soap is more eon
viheing' than a trial of the
Soap itself. Simliuht Soap
is made to help, and thus
Kelp. It makes haul work
easj. saves rubbing
ami Scrubbing.- and
dors I lie work
easily anil well.
Sunlight Soap is
a good wotkci
and will save >ou
money, labour.
anil clothes.
TRY IT

KVKR BROTHKRS IIM1TKI)
PORT SINMi.lir r.NCil ANU.
w-c
A RareiEflportunity
le^uring Special
forS.
Bargains
WILLIAMS, tin: Shoemrtn
lias just opened up a
hipmont of over 2,600 pairs
Boots and Shoes, 560 pairs of
iforrtl all who appreci He a Good Smoke that we now
i h.nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
nd to be made of the finest Havana and Stimatr?
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
TJiese Cigars are manufactured >n our premises by skilled workmen
hnd '-'reat pams are taken to protluce irrarticje of superior quality.
The success we I five n el wiih in tli : us eunfideiitly teexrMM
the patronage l Com >isi UrS
|. I.. SAl NDERS A (".
Ha\ Street.
TELLS
ABOUT
D
I
W. A. MATH I -It.
UNDER I AKER
ESI RES to tnlorin liis friend*
ami the Public thai he lia
)'utt received h complete outfit W
acili ties foi I tie business ol an un-
, t c_ ,, *lertnl.*r, which places nun in a
Which ;u- n Sp-vial I.:irgaB| ,,.,;,,,,,,. , lulll.i:.|s th...
' ft olLadiPs \\liitv^ubufk, m.,v I,.- en trust* Ho his^-are *th
I'. '.in, Ian I .fatlipr^^vstealjin'l despatch ; and re-pe i
Ih Tilly solicits then piition itfe I ii I
my Puces first hih' prove llwl they
are the very lowest foi 6rst class
'lai |in
'n 1
10
;n k Satia and White
i. nnvas,Oxford Ties,
Strap Slipper* and
Pumps. Kegu*
"K'UK faft'-n 8s. to.Shef-
Mild
I at
50000 BOOKS
Free By Mail
wohth sw to JMffjMjL
lr..i k. wiopU word. Im .n auna *"*$' *?" "tTJUUT
mL-L*J ^71._k .!,_ H lMo ViuN'mknSi. E2T..IWr. N-r.-u. Iljbll.ly,.&? I
MoTnuch. Li>.rr1li luuryoil * HUT-rod; how oldor ktuhhorn or com.. bow I
iKv.f.i|.-lto .i roli.f or how W<~r.ir4 mi
on hi.
rk.
the field
I at tITe very
low price offes.
per pair.
H-j'/J; mis' Wholes de tfi Retail
Shoe Est'abliahttynt,
ffOBA^ "T.. < ITV
M % j. .
-l
Cutle
me stmrtment of
RAZORS
Table. Knives
pocket Knives
Uutcher Knives*
Hiead Knives.
Can mt;* Sets m Cases.
and
>CISSOK<.
for sale bv
Chas. E. Albury.
i m wayi"
It l rho. k full of
il you in. Wt
. ,- -'W Ikio* o no* -
,i-nrr:iio-*"if"oo"-'.n-; y.;r- jus* *m.j*.
,. lOU kh,
. h.olll.
usTEMcp."-'ar
" "" lak..S.<-
N O T I C I-
HIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
lilack Smith Slion; nnd am now
ready to do an\Ulltn in the line ol
Oners! repair |r new work Horse
Shoeing Specialy. All work dour
Mechanically.
P. A. Ihiyler,
I , Pay Street. Last (,'Wliaif)
Mud, .> Open
I. HOOUl
O0M D. On the Northan
SpotmiiH
Feet keel, M
model, painti-aVvlnte outside, H
transom. Tlie Owner will p
comniuniorite with
1 III-: COMMISSION El
Ntcolls Town, Ar
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
J
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