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! III'. IK 1 L I M Zhc tribune Thursday. June %. 1915. One result of the late War in South-Eastern Europe lias been a vast improvement in the relations--between Germany ami Great Britain. We have travelled far since the Morocco incident of 10,11. At that time diverging interests brought the two nations within sight <>f war. One helpful aspect of the terrible Balkan War was the fa< t that it was to the interest of Germany to hold A us tria back from war, while it was to Britain's interest to do the same service for Russia. At the same time it wal to the interest of France that Germany and England should keep Aus tria and Russia ;it peace, because her ally Russia would otherwise almost certainly have dra .vn her into the Stiie^'lr. 1 I happy result of impr ved relations between our Government ar.d that of the Kaiser, is a beitlement of the Bagdad kailway and Persian Gulf question in a manner advantageous to both Britain and Gennanv. It was originally Britain's policy to encouraee the expansion of German interests in the Ottoman Empire, wi^r%iew to introducing a M^^nViieck to Russia. It >eemsJ|riat the same policy is to be carried out once more." As we have pointed out in these columns before, the Germans ^re not actuated so much by sentiments as by policy in seeking to come to a better understanding with England. The strengthening of the Slavonic peoples in South Eastern Europe has made their big brother of Russia a greater danger t > (i a in HIS than England would while Germany's ally Austria is weakened In the fa< I that hei Slavonic people, j |,t ,,,, means be counted on m a war against Slavonic Russia. If Germany wants to keep out of a war with France or Russia, it will help her to keep on tin; good side of England, because Iier Anglo-Saxon neighbour is on very good terms with both France and Russia, and might be of use in promoting a better understanding between Germany and Powers. The C*% Mr. Harold tlh.se two (ireat Storage plant of \L M. I hiw.ni ,. bein^ installed in The Royal Ice bouse by Mr. James Clarkin who lias been sent here by the York Manufacturing Company, the makers of the [< e machinery, for tl at purpose. Tin; machinery is worked by Electric power and is adapted tothe manufacture of ice as well as the purposes of cold storage. The storage chamber will be built of wood, with cork insulation; and divided into three i ompartments ; one, to contain a surplus of 170 tons of ice; one %  for icin „• meats; and o le for the keeping of fruit, butter, eggs., etc. ; this outfit will d nib'. I< -be a \ iluable adjunct to Mr. Johnson's business gen r illy. We .re informed that the plant will be ready for use in five week's. So oui feai of an ice famine in iy be dispelled. Follow ing is :iw areicle referring to a new lc MI king plant which will shortly be set up in our cit y. As competition is the soul of business this will mean the enlivenment of the ice business and may we look forward to having heard for the last time the heated complaint of "No Ice !" Tl e enterprise displayed in this venture by Mr. Anribrister and l)i. Dolley 1hi4I1IV com mendable, ami while we wish for them a profitable outcome we congratulate nursHvex 11 1 a Hreat convenience .nid comfort feeing assured. \\ UP TO-DA ll'.'CKVs'l \l. ICE MAKING PLANT TO BE ERECTED III-UK. Mr. Geoige W. Armbrister and I >r. Charles S. I > >||\, who are now in \ew Vml Citv, have h.-en investigating ^"' past 1 wo .,\, ., ; ,, sl ,,,, 1( • '.' %  •is f,,r HI I'uifaoturiiig Crystal (.'!• %  u Ice. Thev have 's led all modern plants 1 1 N w V .ik and Piul idelph u for producing a pure v.iter, .vhich will b( then frozen into a cryi ; tal clear ice. The uat. r will I not be treated with rhemirnls of any kind, but will be distillI ed ; after same has been distill| ed.it will be filtered and froi /en, the ice thus produced being of the very highest quality. The j machinery for freezing tne ice will be the most up-to-date and most modern. The capacity of the Ice Plant will be JO 'tons daily, besides, the pure water of 500 gallons a day. It is their | farming them who asks entrance intention to produce distilled to ,l,eir house: and allowing water for sale in 5-gallon bot ties, or otherwise, at a reason am' t le occupants no time to even put on clothes ; but to enter inable price, and insuring the to a house occupied bv three or public of absolutely pure water 'OUT women, all of whom were and ice, which mav be had di' the time more or less scantily The clad rectlv for drinking water, gentlemen named expect to return within llie next two weeks and commence at once erecting the buildings required. The necessary machinery will be shipped within the next 30 days, and Plant ought to I e in operation by August next. 1 h. Cornelius 11 Kni ht, M. I), h I as 1 QualiMedi .'1 Practitioner in these islands. I >r. Knight will practice in this city, and his opened his office in Cole's Pharmacy. Again, is it necessarv while making then search 'o make it in such a way as to make the most \ ulgar or immodest I u man being feel ashamed ? The case that I refer to w. is a search lor illicit sale of liquor and tiehouse in question one where there was not one 1 .f Male sex ; then' being enough constabh to unround the nous?, I certainly would like to know why the women were not informed that constabh s and strangers asked entrance to their house i f T -1 he I time ? Also, is it lawful to bn down doors or break open trunks ithout first finding out whether On our first page we publish a letter from The Imperial '.Maritine League, which is the persons in question would refuse to give the necessary keys? I it legal for them to enter 1 iid house, begin their search and perform all duties of a sean h warrant without worthy of the thoughtful attention of our readers. The Wall on North Side of East Hill Street, iminediati \Ve~t of the Steps of Charlotte Street %  pp' .us to be tottering, and unless promptly looker!, ifie might cause loss of life or limb. Victoria Avenue, a street much pi ized apparently, since it is the mil) one in which Palms have been planted by the Daughters of the Empire, h pool of water stretching o r si its entire width, which-could be repaired for the ronvenieni • %  the Public in h-ss than half an Hir. I he Drain on |{a*i side f tins street also irquires con Uidernhle attention and perhaps alteia t ions. (ieorgetown, Exumn The Ice br >Ugll< here fi 1 mi M.i\ jMh, 1 ,1 : ' on Cit) and -."Id. 11.is a ven The Editoi of "The Trib me" yellow appearance us it is view 1 Nassau. ed on drays being carted along'Sir, I'hi simn as to I On Fridnv 33rd May, "Empire the puiit) of this Ice in worthy Iday" wa< kept here in a very ui •• 1 ;o is co 1 id. -ration. It will j pleasant way. At noon, all 'he tie renienilii red that there have I child 1 en were present il. I lie Pubbeen son e I'HSet of Typhoid be School, and after a brief ad reading the warrant or giving one word of explaination ? Supp.sthese persons had taken them for wh it the >* cill "> 1 1 u t men" and got 1 ir-tnis ; w ould in it e\ il had pome out of w hat w js inter led for good just o-l ICO >U It of I leir taking i e of tin eople's sup I M -c<| 1; ii 1 ranee ? Will some of the authorities 1 to consideration tins mil k i ltd I \ answer aid %  %  qu.'stiotii, irl Vo-.iis trulv, A SUFFERER. us will I -. fever over there recently, into" which Hie Board of Health should make stiict enqubies. THINGS WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOWAT"EXUMA" Is it expedient or lawful for constables while executing thelternoon, most of tlic children duties of a search warrant, to (sharing 111 the numerous prizes cause persons to open their given. Refreshments were then bed time witho it in'served in the School Room and rlress from tint Commissioner. The children sang p iln >t ic s WgS and after saluting the Klag with crowds of gun fire etc marched down to the Public (" %  rounds,where games and sports were carried on with great animation, till late in the af



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— r T .H ti T R i B U N E the entertainment wound up. with all singing the National Anthem and giving cheers for the School Master and the Commissioner. The progress in efficiency of the School since \lr. las. Co. has been in charge, is very marki d. nul the At ten 1 ince of the ili i I'll'• %  '. considerably incre many |o| the children coming |nng distances daily to the School, an.l which shows that t''e parents appreciate theSchool un ler our able teacher. We ire hoping here, that with our prei sent i ister and our new and ener eti Commission er VVel miv s'e m ire i regression generally, than we have been usedjto for some time. 1 am Sil Your obedt. FREDK WALSH. I ION' HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY Monday evening. 2nd June i<*r3. The I louse met according t > adjournment. Pi tsent: -The Hon. Speaker et at. Two Messages from His Excellent y the Governor were presented by the Hon. Jas. I'. Sands: No. ii. transmitting the report of the Postmaster for IQI2 and No i', transmitting a letter from the clian man of thi' Prison Committee requesting a Vote of Indemnity f >r £zb i is i id. required on the food item ow %  ing to unforeseen %  ircuinstances. It w as moved bv \lr. Johnson that Mr. Timothy W. R. Cul mei be appointed Acting second k ami Sergeant-at-arms of tlie I louse upon which Mr. Mosoley nominated Mr. Kenneth Ma hue for the acting appointment Upon the question being put Mr. \liclurwas elected to fill the acting appointment. Mr. Sands asked the 1 Ion. Ja mor Member for I lai hour Island who is in charge ol a Mill to consolidate an I amend the law relating to the encouragement %  'i manufactories and the building a id keeping of Hotel* whether he proposed to proceed with the Bill, and if so, when ? Mr A! bury gave the follow ing answer : 'I InBill to consolidate and amend the law relating to the encouragement of Manufactories and the building and keeping of Hotels has been so materially altered by an amendment offered by the Hon. Member the Reader of the Government during it-committal siage that I no longer consider it the Bill of the Select Committee of which I was Chairman : Therefore in what I consider the interest of the Colony genera 11 v, and the labouring classes in particular, I cannot proceed further with a Bill that in my opinion has all the objectionable features of protection in its worst form, as it now attempts to protect the few owners of "pin %  ipole land" in their antiquated system of pineapph cultivation and in so doing deprives a lnr^e labouring popu bit ion of employment. If the I i vernment wishes the 1'iU proceeded with they must do to and take the responsibilitv of legislating in the interest of the few land owncs against the in; rest of our labouring classes. Tinfollowing questions were asked by Mr. Brice : i. In the opinion of the (Jov ernor in Council will the dignity of the Supreme Court com mand the respect and confidence of the Colony by the appoint ment of the Attorney (ieneral as Acting Chief Justice which gentleman as \ttorney General is engaged in private practice and may have the the unpleasant duty of giving judgment on a client <>u which he has u retained as Attorney General ? q. Is the appointment of the Acting Attorney General consi de ed to be in the best interest* of the Colony, who bv virtue of his office is advisor to the Kxe CUttVe and who is als > letained by private individu il ami corporations to watch their interwhich may com • up in Council or otherwise ? These appointments are made at tin' discretion of the < iovcr nor and it is not for the Executive Council to advise any interference with the exercise of that discretion. Or. Swcetine; presented a petition from Mr Allan U. Johnson, praying for the refund of a portion of the duty paid by linn on a motor cycle which he has brought temporarily into the Colony. Mr. Gamblin, from the committee to whom was referred Hi* Excellency the Governor's Message No. 3d with referei ce to the regulation of the passen ger tin Hie I etwecn the Balia mas and Florida and between the islands of the Colony, hand ed in a Bill to aim nd the Sailing Vessels Passengeis Regulation Act IOOI, s 1 as to include vessels propelled by mechanic il power, and a report recommending the appointment of a committee of nautical men acquaitl ted with local conditio is with a view t" devising n feasible remedy for the over crowding of vessels engaged in interinsular passenger traffic. On motion of Mr. Malcolm the House proceeded to take into consideration the amendments proposed by the Legislative Council to the Bill relating to Electric Light and Electiical Energy and Telephones in New Providence, the ami 11dm being agreed to with the exception of the 3rd for which anothei amendment was substituted Mr. Albury moved for leave to introduce a B.ll to amend an Act to provide a salary for the Deputy Speaker of the HOIJ il \ bly the object "f w hich he %  1 as to strike nut cerl words in the Act. The present Act provided that no nil of the I louse who is als> a ; 11 manent member of the Ei xeculive Council shall be elected as Deputy Speaker of thto House I he Bill struck out the word "permanent" and brought the Act into line with the Speaker's Act. In that Act the Speaker was precluded from holding a permanent or acting appointment in the Executive Council. Mr. Brice seconded the motion. l)r Sweeting moved, as an amendment, that he be not allowed to introduce it. Mr. Moseley secon led the motion. A lengthy debate followed Upon the question being put Dr. Sweeting's amendment was Cai 1 led. t) 1 in it ion of Mr. Mbur\ the I louse went into c nimittee 1 in the Appropriation Bill, the coin inittee reporting progress The House adjourned until Thinsd I\ evening. CABLEGRAMS June 5th I'll3. London, 3.—A naval disaster wa>> narrowly averted off Portsmould yesterday, when the bat tleship Prince of Wales ran down andseriouslv damaged the submarine C. 3a during a mimic attack of submarines on two battleships. The C. 32 was able to rise to thesurface and return to Portsmouth without assistance. London, j.—Evidence of the growth of cooperative trading in the United Kingdom isjurnishei by 1 he report jf chief register of.tinfriend I \ societies, giving abstracts fi m t e H nual returns for Pjr*i, fumisl all the mi > registered under the industrial and provident societies act. Of the ordinap c 1 operative societies include,1 in the returns and numbering 2,410, the aggregate sales of goods amounte I to |650,i6jo,4 Belfast. 3.The government last week that the Orange clubs are expecting a large consignol ll ms from Germany. I me thousand rifles arrived here today on a steamer from Manchester incases marked "Electrical fittings." I 'etectives promptly seized them (1 iv< rnment officials say they are fully informed oil the plans of the orange clubs to lesist 'he home rule, London, 3.—A small band of suffragettes to-day invaded the Royalj Academy which was thronged with visitors. They mounted, chairs and began speaking. The police quickly ejected them. London, 3.--News of the res ignation ofdieBulgarian cabi. net was rei ciVP^awin London to. night. ^V II true, it is likely^! serve the end of peai e. Washington, 3.—Tlie senate finance sub-committee 111 c*arge of the agricultural schedule voted to-day to place live-stock, wheat and oats on the free list. Brownsville, Texas, 3.— 1 n night Matnmoras Mexico is practically in the hands of the revu Unionists alter the battle which waged all day. The toll of death on both sides has been heavy, One report was that between two and three hundred bad been killed and double that numh wounded %  •GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Miss deGlanville, [Vlephon 1 ()u tutor has bee 1 ^r inted vacation leave of abs mca. Miss Phyllil Prllll has been appointed Acting Telephone Operator. Tenders are called for, I < constrict B stone cesspit in the grounds south of Gewernmen I louse



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i n I Rl P. I \l 1 duty toward < iod, oui duty toward il'i Kin i npiie, "induty to. I i • %  I\ • s, iiml .hiia Major**! ,i org Taylor, Han iel I I v uds, Clifton Taylor, M< Parlane Wells. \ ldre*s —The C ran i God s ive I'lie Ki AN i:\iT.ur\iv\: \\ T "•' %  '"' given in S?. John's y !'• iptisi t liurrh, "in Tuesday, ifune i Vdmi si A Rare Opportunity f orSecuring Spec ial Bargains \17ILLIAMS, the Sho i an * has just "i" ii' I up a shipment of over 2,6C0 pairs Boots and Shoes, 560 pair.-, of which ;ira Special Bargain lot i >fLadies' White Nubi I'M'-' -'.in, I ,;M I ather, Black Satin and White Canva -.< )xfoi Ti Strap Slippei s and Pumps. Ki guJar pi i< • to I TELLS A BOLT TUB HOW: CURf OF MEN'S AILMENTS 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WUHTH SW TO ANY MAN Evi-ry alhVted mat -1. *. r i %  " ary man diaaaae. houUI wi HUirk f..r In* ropy ,l1 tl Wondarful Fraa Soak. 1' talla in y\ ltrri|f. Kiriip|i> ** %  '•!t >* A. I-IU • MI prtvatnly ruit hlml* t horn*, -1 I wh dMMM nI'..---I I'd *nn lln'ii,'.d > • A. j > %  <• <\i. J VltJil W.akoea*. LOM of Powvr, N.irwmi IM-iln, I Oruank or iint;ik,'mu' Ducaae, th* Afu-r-rrToctaof fasi h, Lmr. h .irwyi.n.l Madder Trouhlai No IMI Umu you havi%  ufTcr**!; ! %  •* old or stubborn your % %  11,1 flu i ri '. %  '' %  runyn d and ilown-hMrtml you an *hU book will %  • a rovalatlon %  il MW (,..;.. %  a %  IJK.,1. Kmmil louic ar I Brtvin. iu-1 trn tl h.uM kf..sv ar>'l toaem If "U want rOUT old-lma health. •Wanr/tH manhood r.-l-.r-d. i I RIGHT NOW lot your eop] •<( lln. Oraat to Health —llll rfvCC, ["'"tnaid in plun. acaiadaavalOffak DR. JOS. LISTE I 00.87MJJ-*" CHiUga, lilt., u s.a. t.UI.1,1 I Tllr. SPECIAL CALL AT I HI-: ROYAL MORE [•"OR HI HoinelioM \ ^-W Rl X >\l DWI I I IW, I vy lit. in I M.nir it ad J-\' ivitlt bitii 10 days at the vory i • •<->' • ink, low price oi bs. i6s. %  next per p IIP nnrl "l.aui t| William I nial I itii per &.<•• 28s. 277, 270 \ AN ENTERTAINMKNT. w I.I. be (liven in ih %  I lot d Samnritan II II, NMUIIII rl, t>n I imrs 1 %  Evi niiuj .s'li Jin e, iii s 1.11..CU. AdmitKion Oil. Why import Butter fpom New York? |! • Ce llian ,'s p P j II,,. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter al 1; ts. V Ih. and w. i-iu guaranti NEW YORK HOI Sf KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC LEVERAGES. MA. AND I I I. \ del ci U %  n i frum Hops VHII f ale nut I lie H f 1 1 not lie. y LIMK CH.1 ll'\ iNIf. Pititi 7l I. ( %  %  rib iod. SPARKLING VAI.ENTO w INE Pint, 7', Pei (|oz. 6*. GINGER \l I &CINGERBI ER Pints 6tl. Pi 1 id / SPECIAL PUH ES l V Mil 1 VSES. -"i D \ r I'd.M St. and THE \.\->\l' C WHY KITCHEN. ". S. Id. A K, Ag.nt. new" Cutlery ;i Inn;i---.ilni'nl I RAZORS Table Knive* Puckei Knives Butcher Knit ea Draitcl Kni\rs Can inn Si !i in Caiea. ; 11 %  1 SCISSORS. fur mle by Chas. E. Albury. I in V %  1 • ; i 1 .ci Hi, Drown SUB pei Hi 1 tin rl in in\\ 11 •ii. All our t! ri I and % %  ip. I'I. • I Rum -11 ics, pei I \Mi 1 -\i SDERS & Co. .\ iw.u X. P. I ', I %  %  • %  I \pril 151b 1 IS. I MM I'd. !.• Hill St. Souili FOR SALE. A : ISHING SM \( K, in good nidi I ion. (!•>'• feel I M I LI*W i 1 ild ifnrm all v\ 11 • > appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have 1 II 'i ,nd an extensive Stock o| HAVANA CIGARS. We r brand i" b< m ide i>( the lines I Havai 1 and Sumntrf Wrappers, and Havana Killers lhronghmt. Tin • are manufactured on oui premi by ikilli I workmen nnrse SI ins Specially. All .\ u/k doue Mecluuiically. P. \. Illivlc-r, 453 By s 'r'" Easl (Wk "' %  i 'n U N 11. —' ;n the Northern Mud, .in Open Sponging r.'> 't, ;i!)imt 15 feel keel, \bac • model, painted white outside, blue, 1 r.in-om. I he 1 >wner will pli nmunicate %  11 THE COMMISSION!R, Nicolla Tow n, Andros, LOST, A'methy it i. Liberal Reward is it Tril wiiiiams Shoes Are BETTER



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Publication Date: Thursday, June 05, 1913
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- II i III II-, ill I! ( I !'. nil
I ml,
I In' c III 111 : i _ < is nil) I i ni'.; iiu'l
in this, I o nli v.
In matters Aerihl :
v c_;iiii. Iii iii.mi X i' I ;
ill-- admission nf il.e Fi/l
I n I nl ill Admiralty, . ure
spending substantially I*m than
i In fi'ii.i v w llii Ii lie lias In nsi If d to be ( --Vnli.il. Irf matins
Militmv ; the demons11 le |in-
ndi quacy >[ tlic Ten it<>i taI Fo
alii,!- in numbers and in training
.(ii n to Fetter the Natiim's
I K|>edil tlie fteedimi ol acti in ol the lbit-
ish Fli i i.
Rvei V v timing nf the 11111>'
Maiitime I e icue lias n>w been
justifn ii t\\ .ni'.; and tii Fit
J.nuT- public admission i I the Sift
Aj ul, Ui.it iii' I I i i is nc lodger*
:.' I i" it i I f I i I'
II ,i -
'I c iti l.p- 'T
'.n at i: iM .
t IttIV .il uiln i H\ in II i' i nil
try
di r these i r i stanc miy
I "a allow il ihe i ni our
columns, In n>"k \r-iu i ' s 10
grant this l.e i p. i ii
I of t|i ii 'I'ppnii, in ordtl ttiiit
iis insis rnt iff i lie cm
'
il.I \ IC 'I l\ U ell I !i" I .i '
!li'-' v of the 4a I'll
I l
Nation I ;i -
I
' I
I I I I i I i | i' i i i I. |
, i'l lactoi 5 : N
Miliiaiy, an.! Aeiial ; rtte Hire* a
I" 'in ii I unity ; v\ i111 a single oh*
I cine, which is National a d Im-
il 'iifelv.
'I be i t <>f iii'1 quest ion in
'"-el'.
i "\\ tertiyht pm|
iiilughout I
demm il : ;. I' I
mentally and unl;
ularly gr il if'- ins
to in 'I thai He Lea pidicy is
i..i'\ fasi i enc il
i i on bo'It sides ol polii cs
Mi I Iinrles Moi i Bell has
I mised ,<_ _y > '" i->I Fund
ich is he i for
i hj exti nsion and iuiei sificat ion of
Natiour; I 11cI Impet ial vvoi I; < f
I e I ie, pi'ovidi ihat i.in. '
i tin r doners Mil] each give a lil-c
uiil t" tint I' him
I. R t .la il. nation ItaVJ al-
ien mci iv .I ; iiml n
half I I lir l.i ague I v (i Id as1,-
lln -' v\ In. ilesiie the lestouiiion ol
St ffty, a ul Hi ii w itli of
N.i iioniil i no J pel
me foi '. n such tx-
is mi \ be wiiinn thei i "V .< i
help ut in in la* .
[am. Sir,
i ra faithfully,
L. GRAHAM
I'. lit IR IO.WMI I'll
Joint roundel ai.d Honorary I'rea-
urrr, Impci al Maritime I e u .
'i'lir Bahaiuji 1 'olit Rand
will plaj on the Library
Qreen o mght.
i bireit e I'owrt,
LmiK Isl
07th May, 1913.
EAiriUli I'AY
\ r CL \i>'i I. (OWN
Th" tn- 1 : rd intt (tbi
ilaj obsei vrd beie isv I'.inpire D*v
la.. 1 di bri lit and he uiiiful.
I Ii h 1 ren of ihe Public
I li.nl, tin some time previi us*
n piipan n. to ma !. I hit a
I lieu selves, pa ren Is,
\t 7:30 n.m, the children nssem.j
unl- fni tlie
l 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ii 1 I I I -
' - 1 I It
pet l lie Commit*
-iii'h'i at the but logl he
I Bill who bail ar-
1 'bool grounds^ ..nil as
be 1- w not to 'In, .'.ad a Will I nf
f. .1 1 \ 1 one, A vei y 01 ler
l\- procesi( 11 fnia:ril. two It 'i>,
and miM-tn : HBttj^ilirr
11 "i i> i-c7l^^\-
many 1 l Ihe f nnTJi
in. \' i 1 111 front of 1 li^X
il ii* siafl lut' (I the Flag,
lien sang
. followed by the
National Anihem, Three oueeYt
lm and
1 .ii-iv 1 e I'l forth ii a- K ing .nal
1 i, the I mpire, and Ihe Roj a I
ham pi ision rl.i'ii re.
formed, marched back to school
grounds, and dipe sed to 1 1 I
njjnin al 3 'i'cl k t 11 'n enter! iin*
incut. In ivi'K by
ol the P llOOl, at
the si bool-ro in.
At the hour appointed all
led, looking quite Mtiart, m
! IlllS'pill Iiml,
I,.I., ins at '1 fi i'" rft, s*erned t
i.nit 1- lo what the children
: 1 m.....for them I feel t 0 1
ij thnRih not
a' all disappointed, as 4a prograre*
m of p Itril tic ami loyal SOIIgt
an I in itatton*, and dialogues wnt
en ditably rendi r< d. The program-
me was brought to a ctote I
well Hy prepar
Jit**, which was liltel "il to
with rapt attention, delivered by
ih-. i well cb. 1
and pithy i in iu 1 :". He Forci t
and i.bihln'ii, out #

..n fourth prt
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! III'. IK 1 L I M
Zhc tribune
Thursday. June %. 1915.
One result of the late War in
South-Eastern Europe lias been
a vast improvement in the re-
lations--between Germany ami
Great Britain.
We have travelled far since
the Morocco incident of 10,11.
At that time diverging interests
brought the two nations within
sight <>f war. One helpful aspect
of the terrible Balkan War was
the fa< t that it was to the in-
terest of Germany to hold A us
tria back from war, while it
was to Britain's interest to do
the same service for Russia. At
the same time it wal to the in-
terest of France that Germany
and England should keep Aus
tria and Russia ;it peace, be-
cause her ally Russia would
otherwise almost certainly have
dra .vn her into the Stiie^'lr.
1 I happy result of impr ved
relations between our Govern-
ment ar.d that of the Kaiser, is a
beitlement of the Bagdad kail-
way and Persian Gulf question
in a manner advantageous to
both Britain and Gennanv. It
was originally Britain's policy
to encouraee the expansion of
German interests in the Otto-
man Empire, wi^r%iew to in-
troducing a M^^nViieck to Rus-
sia. It >eemsJ|riat the same policy
is to be carried out once more."
As we have pointed out in
these columns before, the Ger-
mans ^re not actuated so much
by sentiments as by policy in
seeking to come to a better un-
derstanding with England. The
strengthening of the Slavonic
peoples in South Eastern Europe
has made their big brother of
Russia a greater danger t > (i a
in his than England would
while Germany's ally Austria is
weakened In the fa< I that hei
Slavonic people, j |,t ,,,,
means be counted on m a war
against Slavonic Russia. If
Germany wants to keep out of
a war with France or Russia, it
will help her to keep on tin;
good side of England, because
Iier Anglo-Saxon neighbour is
on very good terms with both
France and Russia, and might
be of use in promoting a better
understanding between Ger-
many and
Powers.
The C*%
Mr. Harold
tlh.se two (ireat
Storage plant of
\L M. I hiw.ni ,.
bein^ installed in The Royal Ice
bouse by Mr. James Clarkin
who lias been sent here by the
York Manufacturing Company,
the makers of the [< e machinery,
for tl at purpose.
Tin; machinery is worked by
Electric power and is adapted
tothe manufacture of ice as well
as the purposes of cold storage.
The storage chamber will be
built of wood, with cork insula-
tion; and divided into three
i ompartments ; one, to contain
a surplus of 170 tons of ice; one
for icin meats; and o le for the
keeping of fruit, butter, eggs.,
etc. ; this outfit will d nib'. I< --
be a \ iluable adjunct to Mr.
Johnson's business gen r illy.
We .re informed that the
plant will be ready for use in
five week's.
So oui feai of an ice famine
in iy be dispelled.
Follow ing is :iw areicle refer-
ring to a new lc mi king plant
which will shortly be set up in
our cit y.
As competition is the soul of
business this will mean the en-
livenment of the ice business
and may we look forward to
having heard for the last time
the heated complaint of "No
Ice !"
Tl e enterprise displayed in
this venture by Mr. Anribrister
and l)i. Dolley 1- hi4I1IV com
mendable, ami while we wish
for them a profitable outcome
we congratulate nursHvex 11 1 a
Hreat convenience .nid comfort
feeing assured.
\\ UP TO-DA ll'.'CKVs'l \l.
ICE MAKING PLANT TO BE
ERECTED III-UK.
Mr. Geoige W. Armbrister
and I >r. Charles S. I > >||\, who
are now in \ew Vml Citv,
have h.-en investigating ^"'
past 1 wo .,\, .,;,,sl ,,,, 1(,
'.'is f,,r hi I'uifaoturiiig
Crystal (.'! u Ice. Thev have
's led all modern plants 1 1
N w V .ik and Piul idelph u for
producing a pure v.iter, .vhich '
will b( then frozen into a cryi ;
tal clear ice. The uat. r will I
not be treated with rhemirnls
of any kind, but will be distill- I
ed ; after same has been distill- |
ed.it will be filtered and fro- i
/en, the ice thus produced being
of the very highest quality. The j
machinery for freezing tne ice !
will be the most up-to-date and
most modern. The capacity of
the Ice Plant will be jo 'tons
daily, besides, the pure water
of 500 gallons a day. It is their | farming them who asks entrance
intention to produce distilled to ,l,eir house: and allowing
water for sale in 5-gallon bot
ties, or otherwise, at a reason
am'
t le occupants no time to even
put on clothes ; but to enter in-
able price, and insuring the to a house occupied bv three or
public of absolutely pure water 'OUT women, all of whom were
and ice, which mav be had di- ' the time more or less scantily
The clad
rectlv for drinking water,
gentlemen named expect to re-
turn within llie next two weeks
and commence at once erecting
the buildings required. The ne-
cessary machinery will be ship-
ped within the next 30 days,
and Plant ought to I e in opera-
tion
by August next.
1 h. Cornelius 11 Kni ht, M.
I), h I as 1 Quali-
Medi .'1 Practitioner in
these islands.
I >r. Knight will practice in
this city, and his opened his
office in Cole's Pharmacy.
Again, is it necessarv while
making then search 'o make
it in such a way as to make the
most \ ulgar or immodest I u
man being feel ashamed ?
The case that I refer to w. is
a search lor illicit sale of liquor
and tie- house in question
one where there was not one 1 .f
Male sex ; then' being
enough constabh to unround
the nous?, I certainly would like
to know why the women were
not informed that constabh s
and strangers asked entrance to
their house i f t -1 he I time ?
Also, is it lawful to bn
down doors or break open trunks
ithout first finding out whether
On our first page we publish
a letter from The Imperial
'.Maritine League, which is the persons in question would
refuse to give the necessary keys?
I it legal for them to enter
1 iid house, begin their
search and perform all duties
of a sean h warrant without
worthy of the thoughtful atten-
tion of our readers.
The Wall on North Side of
East Hill Street, iminediati
\Ve~t of the Steps of Charlotte
Street pp' .us to be tottering,
and unless promptly looker!, ifie
might cause loss of life or limb.
Victoria Avenue, a street
much pi ized apparently, since
it is the mil) one in which
Palms have been planted by the
Daughters of the Empire, h
pool of water stretching o r si
its entire width, which-could be
repaired for the ronvenieni
the Public in h-ss than half an
Hir. I he Drain on |{a*i side
f tins street also irquires con
Uidernhle attention and perhaps
alteia t ions.
(ieorgetown, Exumn
The Ice br >Ugll< here fi 1 mi M.i\ jMh, 1 ,1 :
' on Cit) and -."Id. 11.is a ven The Editoi of "The Trib me"
yellow appearance us it is view 1 Nassau.
ed on drays being carted along'Sir,
I'hi simn as to I On Fridnv 33rd May, "Empire
the puiit) of this Ice in worthy Iday" wa< kept here in a very
ui 1 ;o is co 1 id.-ration. It will j pleasant way. At noon, all 'he
tie renienilii red that there have I child 1 en were present il. I lie Pub-
been son e I'HSet of Typhoid be School, and after a brief ad
reading the warrant or giving
one word of explaination ? Sup-
p.s- these persons had taken
them for wh it the >* cill "> 1 1
u t men" and got 1 ir-tnis ;
w ould in it e\ il had pome out of
w hat w js inter led for good
just o-l ICO >U It of I leir taking
i e of tin eople's sup -
Im.-c<| 1; ii 1 ranee ?
Will some of the authorities
1 to consideration tins
mil k i ltd I \ answer aid
qu.'stiotii, irl

Vo-.iis trulv,
A SUFFERER.
' us will I -.
-
fever over there recently, into"
which Hie Board of Health
should make stiict enqubies.
THINGS WE WOULD LIKE
TO KNOWAT"EXUMA"
Is it expedient or lawful for
constables while executing thelternoon, most of tlic children
duties of a search warrant, to (sharing 111 the numerous prizes
cause persons to open their given. Refreshments were then
bed time witho it in- 'served in the School Room and
rlress from tint Commissioner.
The children sang p iln >t ic
s WgS and after saluting the Klag
with crowds of gun fire etc
marched down to the Public
("rounds,where games and sports
were carried on with great
animation, till late in the af-



r
T .H ti T R i B U N E
the entertainment wound up.
with all singing the National
Anthem and giving cheers for
the School Master and the Com-
missioner.
The progress in efficiency of
the School since \lr. las. Co.
has been in charge, is very mark-
i d. nul the At ten 1 ince of the
iliiI'll''. considerably incre
many |o| the children coming
|nng distances daily to the
School, an.l which shows that
t''e parents appreciate theSchool
un ler our able teacher. We ire
hoping here, that with our pre- i
sent i ister and our new '
and ener eti Commission er VVel
miv s'e m ire i regression gene-
rally, than we have been usedjto
for some time.
1 am Sil
Your obedt.
FREDK WALSH.
I ION' HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
Monday evening.
2nd June i<*r3.
The I louse met according t >
adjournment.
Pi tsent: -The Hon. Speaker
et at.
Two Messages from His Ex-
cellent y the Governor were pre-
sented by the Hon. Jas. I'. Sands:
No. ii. transmitting the report
of the Postmaster for IQI2 and
No i', transmitting a letter
from the clian man of thi' Prison
Committee requesting a Vote
of Indemnity f >r zb i is i id.
required on the food item ow
ing to unforeseen ircuinstances.
It w as moved bv \lr. Johnson
that Mr. Timothy W. R. Cul
mei be appointed Acting second
k ami Sergeant-at-arms of
tlie I louse upon which Mr.
Mosoley nominated Mr. Kenneth
Ma hue for the acting appoint-
ment Upon the question being
put Mr. \liclur- was elected to
fill the acting appointment.
Mr. Sands asked the 1 Ion. Ja
mor Member for I lai hour Island
who is in charge ol a Mill to
consolidate an I amend the law
relating to the encouragement
'i manufactories and the build-
ing a id keeping of Hotel* whe-
ther he proposed to proceed
with the Bill, and if so, when ?
Mr A! bury gave the follow
ing answer : 'I In- Bill to consol-
idate and amend the law relat-
ing to the encouragement of
Manufactories and the building
and keeping of Hotels has been
so materially altered by an
amendment offered by the Hon.
Member the Reader of the Gov-
ernment during it-- committal
siage that I no longer consider
it the Bill of the Select Com-
mittee of which I was Chair-
man : Therefore in what I con-
sider the interest of the Colony
genera 11 v, and the labouring
classes in particular, I cannot
proceed further with a Bill that
in my opinion has all the objec-
tionable features of protection
in its worst form, as it now at-
tempts to protect the few own-
ers of "pin ipole land" in their
antiquated system of pineapph
cultivation and in so doing de-
prives a lnr^e labouring popu
bit ion of employment. If the
I i vernment wishes the 1'iU pro-
ceeded with they must do to
and take the responsibilitv of
legislating in the interest of the
few land owncs against the in-
; rest of our labouring classes.
Tin- following questions were
asked by Mr. Brice :
i. In the opinion of the (Jov
ernor in Council will the dig-
nity of the Supreme Court com
mand the respect and confidence
of the Colony by the appoint
ment of the Attorney (ieneral
as Acting Chief Justice which
gentleman as \ttorney General
is engaged in private practice
and may have the the unplea-
sant duty of giving judgment
on a client <>u which he has
u retained as Attorney
General ?
q. Is the appointment of the
Acting Attorney General consi
de ed to be in the best interest*
of the Colony, who bv virtue of
his office is advisor to the Kxe
CUttVe and who is als > letained
by private individu il ami cor-
porations to watch their inter-
which may com up in
Council or otherwise ?
These appointments are made
at tin' discretion of the < iovcr
nor and it is not for the Execu-
tive Council to advise any in-
terference with the exercise of
that discretion.
Or. Swcetine; presented a pe-
tition from Mr Allan U. John-
son, praying for the refund of a
portion of the duty paid by linn
on a motor cycle which he has
brought temporarily into the
Colony.
Mr. Gamblin, from the com-
mittee to whom was referred
Hi* Excellency the Governor's
Message No. 3d with referei ce
to the regulation of the passen
ger tin Hie I etwecn the Balia
mas and Florida and between
the islands of the Colony, hand
ed in a Bill to aim nd the Sail-
ing Vessels Passengeis Regula-
tion Act IOOI, s 1 as to include
vessels propelled by mechanic il
power, and a report recommend-
ing the appointment of a com-
mittee of nautical men acquaitl
ted with local conditio is with
a view t" devising n feasible
remedy for the over crowding
of vessels engaged in interinsu-
lar passenger traffic.
On motion of Mr. Malcolm
the House proceeded to take
into consideration the amend-
ments proposed by the Legisla-
tive Council to the Bill relating
to Electric Light and Electiical
Energy and Telephones in New
Providence, the ami 11dm
being agreed to with the excep-
tion of the 3rd for which ano-
thei amendment was substituted
Mr. Albury moved for leave
to introduce a B.ll to amend an
Act to provide a salary for the
Deputy Speaker of the Hoij il
\ bly the object "f w hich
he 1 as to strike nut cerl
words in the Act. The present
Act provided that no nil
of the I louse who is als> a ; 11
manent member of the Ei xecu-
live Council shall be elected as
Deputy Speaker of thto House
I he Bill struck out the word
"permanent" and brought the
Act into line with the Speaker's
Act. In that Act the Speaker
was precluded from holding a
permanent or acting appoint-
ment in the Executive Council.
Mr. Brice seconded the mo-
tion.
l)r Sweeting moved, as an
amendment, that he be not al-
lowed to introduce it.
Mr. Moseley secon led the mo-
tion.
A lengthy debate followed
Upon the question being put Dr.
Sweeting's amendment was
Cai 1 led.
t) 1 in it ion of Mr. Mbur\ the
I louse went into c nimittee 1 in
the Appropriation Bill, the coin
inittee reporting progress
The House adjourned until
Thinsd i\ evening.
CABLEGRAMS
June 5th I'll3.
London, 3.A naval disaster
wa>> narrowly averted off Ports-
mould yesterday, when the bat
tleship Prince of Wales ran
down andseriouslv damaged the
submarine C. 3a during a mimic
attack of submarines on two
battleships.
The C. 32 was able to rise to
thesurface and return to Ports-
mouth without assistance.
London, j.Evidence of the
growth of cooperative trading in
the United Kingdom isjurnish-
ei by 1 he report jf chief register
of.tin- friend I \ societies, giving
abstracts fi m t e h nual returns
for Pjr*i, fumisl all the
mi > registered under the in-
dustrial and provident societies
act.
Of the ordinap c 1 operative
societies include,1 in the returns
and numbering 2,410, the aggre-
gate sales of goods amounte I to
|650,i6jo,4
Belfast. 3.- The government
last week that the Orange clubs
are expecting a large consign-
ol ll ms from Germany. I me
thousand rifles arrived here to-
day on a steamer from Manches-
ter incases marked "Electrical
fittings."
I 'etectives promptly seized them
(1 iv< rnment officials say they
are fully informed oil the plans
of the orange clubs to lesist 'he
home rule,
London, 3.A small band of
suffragettes to-day invaded the
Royalj Academy which was
thronged with visitors.
They mounted, chairs and
began speaking.
The police quickly ejected
them.
London, 3.--News of the res
ignation ofdieBulgarian cabi.
net was rei ciVP^awin London to.
night. ^V
II true, it is likely^! serve the
end of peai e.
Washington, 3.Tlie senate
finance sub-committee 111 c*arge
of the agricultural schedule
voted to-day to place live-stock,
wheat and oats on the free list.
Brownsville, Texas, 3. 1 n
night Matnmoras Mexico is prac-
tically in the hands of the revu
Unionists alter the battle which
waged all day. The toll of death
on both sides has been heavy,
One report was that between
two and three hundred bad been
killed and double that numh
wounded
GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Miss deGlanville, [Vlephon 1
()u tutor has bee 1 ^r inted va-
cation leave of abs mca.
Miss Phyllil Prllll has been
appointed Acting Telephone
Operator.
Tenders are called for, I <
constrict B stone cesspit in the
grounds south of Gewernmen
I louse '
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i n
I Rl P. I \l
1
duty toward < iod, oui duty toward
il'i Kin...... i npiie, "in- duty to.
I i '. I\ s, iiml I h ,oilier, ml it the
i |i n llisl My Mllf", w I ill
n <(' npani '( l.v the
ii her, .mil cornel by I
inner. Threecheers were again
heartily given fur King and Em-
pire, for the Commie ul the
I cher.
'I lie rest of the evening was spent
in garni s and plays, until the set.
ting of the sun, hen .-ill dispersed,
avowing themselves well pli
from start to finish, with the day's
vities. Ami to crown it all
the order throughout as i
plary,
..! be pleased il you are able
to publish the nccon panyiog pto-
nmr.
Yours etc ,
CORRESPONDEN r.
The programmi, o' twentj i.
i tem, was renden d hs fnl lov
Sp< ecu '"Empire I lay" () said
I iii |uest.
Songa by the Pcho il "Fl ig of |
I'rit.uii," Slain] Iv (he I
"I I in rah for England," llie Whist
Farn.erBoy," "Before nil
' flurry along Boys,*"MRuIe Brit .1."
Dialogues"Never be late" Id
w aid Major and John Pratt; "Some
n ted [charm teis,' Mel .-rl n e
Wells, C. M-.j .r, II. I !
B. I urnqui s:, "I lonesl Ini wb O.
< iibsn.i, I'. (iii sol, md II Turn-
: : "3 mi VVi i \ ," C
Taylor, J, Majojggff! .
I.i\ ^f^
Rei ital iiiiis^ll Jn.
Ill I urnqupf, Vlle'n \l irii
I a itrice l*a\ lor, M uy ;,,
Prince 11 veaux, Samuel I ivl ir,
R< becca Minus.Kdiili Major,.l<->.hiia
Major**! ,i org Taylor, Han iel
I I v uds, Clifton Taylor, M< Par-
lane Wells.
\ ldre*s The C ran i
God s ive I'lie Ki
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y !' iptisi t liurrh, "in Tuesday,
ifune i
Vdmi si
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which ;ir- a Special Bargain
lot i >fLadies' White Nubi
I'M'-' -'.in, I ,;m I ather,
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Evi-ry alhVted mat -1. *. r i -" ary man diaaaae. houUI wi
HUirk f..r In* ropy ,l1 tl Wondarful Fraa Soak. 1' talla in y\
ltrri|f. Kiriip|i> **'!- t >* a. i-iu mi prtvatnly ruit hlml* t
horn*, -1 I wh dMMM n- I'..---I I'd *nn lln'i- i,'.d > A. j >< <\i. J
VltJil W.akoea*. Lom of Powvr, N.irwmi IM-iln, I
Oruank or iint;ik,'mu' Ducaae, th* Afu-r-rrToctaof fas-
i h, Lmr. h .irwyi.n.l Madder Trouhlai No imi
Umu you havi- ufTcr**!; !* old or stubborn your .
11,1 flu i ri '.'' ' runyn d and .
ilown-hMrtml you an *hU book will a rovalatlon
il MW (,..;.. a
ijk.,1. Kmmil louic ar I Brtvin. iu-1 trn tl h.uM
kf..sv ar>'l toaem If "U want rOUT old-lma health. Wanr/tH
manhood r.-l-.r-d. i I RIGHT NOW lot your eop] <( lln. Oraat
to Health llll rfvCC, ["'"tnaid in plun. acaiadaavalOffak
DR. JOS. LISTE I 00.87MJJ-*"
CHiUga, lilt., u s.a.
t.UI.1,1 I
Tllr. SPECIAL CALL AT
I HI-: ROYAL MORE
["OR HI
HoinelioM \ ^-W Rl X >\l DWI I I IW,
I vy lit.in I M.nir it ad J-\' ivitlt bitii
10 days at the vory
i <->' ink,
low price oi bs.
i6s.
next
per p IIP nnrl "l.aui t|
William '
I nial I itii per &.< 28s.
277, 270 \
AN ENTERTAINMKNT.
w
I.I. be (liven in ih I lot d
Samnritan II II, Nmuiiii
rl, t>n I imrs 1 , Evi niiuj .s'li
Jin e, iii s 1.11..CU.
AdmitKion Oil.
Why import Butter
fpom New York?
|! Ce llian ,'s pPj II,,.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
al 1; ts. V Ih. and w. i-iu
guaranti
NEW YORK HOI Sf
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
LEVERAGES.
MA. AND I I I.
\ del ci U n i frum
Hops
VhIi.....f ale
nut I lie h f 1 1
not lie. y
LIMK CH.1 ll'\ iNIf.
Pititi 7l I. ( - rib iod.
SPARKLING VAI.ENTO w INE
Pint, 7', Pei (|oz. 6*.
GINGER \l I &CINGERBI ER
Pints 6tl. Pi 1 id /
SPECIAL PUH ES l V Mil
1 VSES.
-"i d \ r I'd.M
St. and
THE \.\->\l' C WHY
KITCHEN.
". S. Id. A K, Ag.nt.
new" Cutlery
;i Inn- ;i---.ilni'nl I .
RAZORS
Table Knive*
Puckei Knives
Butcher Knit ea
Draitcl Kni\rs
Can inn Si !i in Caiea.
; 11 ' 1
SCISSORS.
fur mle by
Chas. E. Albury.
I in V 1 ; i 1 .ci Hi,
Drown Sub pei Hi 1 tin
rl in in\\ 11
ii.
All our t! ri I and
ip.
I'i. I Rum -11 ics, pei
I \Mi 1 -\i SDERS & Co.
.\ iw.u X. P.
I ', I I
\pril 151b 1
IS. I MM ,
I'd.!. Hill St. Souili

FOR SALE.
A: ISHING SM \( K, in good
nidi I ion. (!>' 1 1 fei I keel iq feel 1 vei a'!6J
ide. Applj I 1 ibun ."
>
feel
I
M I LI*-

Wi 1 ild ifnrm all v\ 11 > appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have 1 ii 'i ,nd an extensive Stock o| HAVANA CIGARS. We
r brand i" b< m ide i>( the lines I Havai 1 and Sumntrf
Wrappers, and Havana Killers lhronghmt.
Tin are manufactured on oui premi by ikilli I workmen
nn IL. ve have met wiih in the past k*ri Is imcuniideiitly toex|
tin" pationagi ol connoistun
J. L. SAI NOI RS X C. .
I' iv Street,
NOT I C I'..
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in I ienei il
I my Public
lint I have
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in tin line "i
' i !' ral repair nt new work 11 >rse
SI.....ins Specially. All .\ u/k doue
" Mecluuiically. '
P. \. Illivlc-r,
453 By s'r'" Easl (Wk "'
i'n U N 11. ' ;n the Northern
Mud, .in Open Sponging
r.'> 't, ;i!)imt 15 feel keel, \bac
model, painted white outside, blue,
1 r.in-om. I he 1 >wner will pli
nmunicate 11 *
THE COMMISSION!- R,
Nicolla Tow n, Andros,
LOST,
A'methy it i.
Liberal Reward
is it Tril
wiiiiams Shoes
Are BETTER


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