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THE T R I l'. I' M K XW?c tribune Saturday. June 7. 191V >t last the Opium traffic ben India and China has ceas' I. In the House of Commons a tement has been made on behalf of the Govi rnment that no nn has been shipped from Into China this year. India has %  tj right tosellCkina 26,si; of opium beyon#what liave been shipped in ; ; ut India is prepared to %  10 n %  n, which 1 -s of revenue of about elevi n terling. In the eighties, When Lord artington was Gladstones 1 iry of State for India, we 1 lember reading that Lord Harrington strongly opp< abolition of the opium trafl e could 1 • w the lo 1 iue from orl duly on opium could 1 e made u| Wi h • e al am %  wt ill in uti r and our statesm. n have made the We have forward r thi time when we could to war with China partly %  v ith a \ iev 1 LU i'im f^HHinli ng JT^i' : r p olii pnnentson the occasion of the elusion of tinwar in South1 B -u in Europe, the follow ing \t<'M the "Spectator" is one of Ihe nost striking: •The concert of Europe which was apparently dead af' 1 the Bosnia I lerzegovina 1 I 1 omi io Iffe ;...,,j,|_ impotent than 1 ; . Its could hardl) Ua\ nt without a guidii miracul* u I 1 1 li 1 ding h there and was tl ha| py i all Europe ia i>l : I ,1 wai \\ ,Iro I e 1 al %  dom with ,1 |has 111.-1 .[,,,. I 1 ce will I n I ably 1 tl r I funster could 1 ut :?l adouf. BRITISH siMEN DETAIN" ED IX CUBA. The Sch I I 1 ile" of this port arm. d from Rag) Island yesterday and reports that on her way to Ragged Is land from the Mosquito (.'oast on a recent voyage, when off n port on the South East Bide of Cuba, being short of water, the mastei sent two men John Lockhart and 1 loratius 1 rt in i a into this oofi %  if wat< •. lable. the audience as also was a numbei of out islanders. jl Cargo shipped ,ui il 1 nuisti 1 1 v,.is sent to meet the first one and see what v wrong ; on do ing with the boats it wa si n thai th • men in ii-'first boat were strangers and an were threaten questioi by Mi I.. W \ e anI Ion. .1. P. Sa and < irdered to be pi inted. ......... 1., otic \:. o I I e 11 , i , %  nlu ,.,,,,, „ 41 1 I. IS It a la t than nig') ur md boat 1 for medicin -red to outpatients at the B Gen eral I lospital i i the ; d the in and saw the firsl boat hau an thi 1 cond boat left intl I r and tl: 1 on thi 1 %  '. : \ p !,. apparentI) "i some argumi nt, finalh re li d awa) M vox k folio I who i n n ian-handled and bound. The schooner %  | and 2. Do not tl -wi'}'by the Com of 1 Vet, and u tioned by the < loverm r in C IUI cil, laj do \ a si\|n nc %  as t ; e fixe I 1 harges foi medicin ven to %  j. If so, why and by what auth o; n \ has tins arnoun 1 ex edi I; >n |he port for two days, but 4. In practice,who I saw nothing more ol the men or boats. This is a s, r ious matter, if the report given us is correi i. and irely .m of medicines for out •-. I lave anj .-non, rements i 1 tci I nto with ain pei >ns fi 11 1 edit in su| pi a 1 unl and paj im %  l made and credited to I %  put mi" .1 Cub in 1 011 foi unl sinoeJan. 1 W %  ii.; ,[ p, anin %  %  hat (hi i*< j II hold a M mortal : M Eun III o"cJ 'I or ol arrangi or %  and the amounts swing tod iti Hi %  refund for ot I ill's past six monl 1 ling the i.-t May 1 efof ReFori ign Mail to be d< sn itch191 ral via Miai I.Ifso, how many, and what j ill be made up and amount have been refunded, on 1 da-i'th Jum1913 and to whom o'clock p. in. N'ol ling tin ateniug rain on Th itsd I I was a fairly large attendant rt. A number of passengers fiom I. Will the< iovernment furnish the hi >use with .1 statemi nt 1 I all a< ci nutcharged for medicines to out-p itients for the I asi six months ending 1st May 1913 with the nanu pers .us so charged and the a Idress \ the Mail steamer #tre among ea as Kept in the recoid of the I k of tl Relievi 1 f the Bahamas 1 i neral 11 spital ? Answers by the lion. .1. I'. San I 1. Yes. 2. No. Rule No. n f applicant for mi dinal relief who are able to pa} ml) a pro%  ion ol the ost. Si rtion |a %  : .: 1 authoi ize Hhe B iai I to m. co idil M as io 1 i) ment iblc in of all the ol th 3. Section 3a of th 1 as ab p i Dispei I I. to lief Commit! \r ury Thos \lurra), of which a bad 1 £ %  1 1 laudius Minnis 7. V< : v s. Claudius Minnis. o. I he fi >lli iv imounts have been n supple d ( hn• 1 >oor I'aiii nts for the past 61 ed May 1st. I Novi Dccembi 1 ita Janu 1 1 iruary, 1 Man h. 191 l The Comi feel thai it is in pi '-I 1 hat ity from 1 e Hos of tl ho 11 %  l %  I ill %  Appr. Bill wa and tl toa Select M Dr. John A. K. Solomon \ ury, L. \\ Y \g and S 1 I 1 C ove to sil during ilus e\ ening's sitting of I 11 1 Meetin) moved the apI on.'11,1 nt oi a Si lect Commitii a on tiepetition of A. U. John.on praying for the refund ol a 1 oition of Duty paid on a Mot 'i C) Me -1 I M ing L. W. Yi ung .>II>\ Armbristi %  ap* 1 ointi d lect < ommittee acingly, with li a\ e to sit during pn aenl sitting of the I lou 1 >r. Ji In. son from the Seh ct Committee on Items 70 toSq of I %  %  j I 11 6 I I %  1



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r % Appr. Hill handed in a r which w.ii.ul and on his motion adopted. Mr. iamblin from the Com•* mittee on the < iovernor's sage No. a %  ,. re Fire I N partment handed in which was adi ji'icd. I On motion of Mr. Albury the I louse agai into a Committee ol the whole I louse on tiii? Appn >priation Bill. Mr. Sai im the Sel< el Commitl the pun i a lot ol land for widening the approach to the \V< sti rn Come tery on Augusta Streel ha in a report whi h was read and adopted. Mr. lso moved that the sum of £50 for pun hase ol u < rted Mr A. K s. ,| imon mo I i 11 mdmeui that this item be not inserte I; on being put the 1 arried and the amount Was in Mr. San I the inserti >n "I an it foi .1 1 fi'i 1 |i anii l ML NO H • 1 the Ktiii'uiiit wn I Mi Gamblii 1 loved the adop tion of tlie to tin' Sell 1 : noi s M< '<• Mo, ; 1. re the ( We tern Ci %  .. and the insert! for It om %  men 1 >r. Johnson 11. nt the adoption ol I rtion I mi mi nt. < m being put the and an • I led. T II B T R I RUN E tion of Rev. W. Lowndes for the Rebate of Duty on R< ligi iu pictun s &c. and the insertion of an Item ol |. j... fort The Ri is adopted and the items inserted. Mr. W. C. B. Johnson, mi the ad option ol the report of the Selei I Committee on I : ; ion of l\'i \. A. S (!li gg for the Rebate of 1 tut) on a bi 11 I ; .. Hun h md the insertion ol an item i>l 1 5 s, f> n The Ri port was adopti d and tlir item ins< 11' Dr. Cnlmer moved the a loption of 1. Ri or! of the Si lei t | of Thos, Bull ud and l\tt • I I foi the Ri bat ty on (lrgan and the ii . f an item "i 1 3s, for the same. Mi. Km e in ived the adi >p tion of the Rep >rt of thi petition of %  1 C. A. D inn for I R ate of 1 >utj on .1 Ri tii n of an i of £\ 9s. ;d. fi R i lit H .1 %  I aad iserted. Mr. Albury moved that the put pro-1. and ask leave to iit ag lin. Mr. Sands | Vot< idemnitj 0 on Item 77 on Appropriation <>i 191a— I he same as read a first time md orden I to be prim 1 )n motion the I louse adjousued to Monday evenii Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 W'll II A I !' l Id. WISE, £ FOOMS In housekeeping, as in other thin • in I %  one should look ahead. Do not be indi to spend a lew penee less to-day on buying Soap <>l an inferior quality which will ultimately cost shillings, and even pounds, in ruined Household linen and clothes. This is not ctononiy. True economy is to use a pure Soap. Sunlight Soap is pure. USE IT, and preserve clothes and household your linen. TI'.'l LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, s? Port Sunlight, England. Mr. Moore moved the adopDRI G 01 5, PRINTS, DRILL, "' f he Ke P ,l '•' '" %  lect GENTSSHIRTS, UNDI R WAISTS 1 1 imitl e on the p tiiion of the Rev. Geo Long and the Call Early and See New Stoch rtion of an Item of j 3 in a<. "i. I .in %  w it!i same. Mr. Bi aoved in amend> it that the 1 n t in the Famendn wa lost and the Item in I'd. Mr. W • ed ill. tion of the S I I ommittei 0 the petition of foi the rebal Dot) 1 n 1 &c. f.i theP byterian Church and the ii ei NOTICF D urine my absence fm lony, |amei Sin laii nm ihr i oWill Hi I ..iii"." All. r: ej S'l \\l I V I.I.I [1 | T CABU < ,i;\'iJum London, Unli I 11 r key I 1 ands tion of an Item of £57 9s. pi. for tin peace dele ma) hold I ainc. a.' 1 the mi ti lereafter to The Report] pi I and morrow The gulf between the item inserted. Mi Audi i'ii moved the I'tin of the report of Selei 1 1 11 : littci on tiij Lan Ii >, l exas, 5 '. • plac i to 1 1 and twenty %  illed battle at Candela I ii' >da) b .. en thi arm] lutionists and federals. A 1.11 ge number of both sidi \\ 1 Hindi d W'.i ihingti 1 i, The presi%  it had a brief o mfi n n :a this .... n with s tar) Bryan, and an informal talk \ irds with Vis nut Chinda, The presidi nt let it be known that there was much mattei on in th 1 bui that >l the Ml Mill 111 ilution of the land law difficulty. Turks and Greeks yawns so wide that a continuation of the 11 nference at St. Jam Pa] ie:-s. Washington, 5. I enate lobby 111 v' si i gating com mi decided to-night to extend its ni inquiry into a sw 1 eoing litigation of all organised efforts that have been mad.' to influ %  ai tion npi m Ii gislation of ai kind pendin ; undei 111 t ion in ti past. I Ion, 5.Lord Rendel, a .' 1 I of 4 iladstone and owm r of the Ch u d' Tho on the Rh iera is d< ad. Berlin, 5.—The German dn adnought which is to replace the old Weisielborg was launched here to-day and christened the Niarkgraf. Thi Ni V 1 '. I mi which will defend the Wi ter Polo Club against the Briti 1 wil Louis Stoddard, Deveraux Milburn, Foxhall Ki ene and Malcolm Stevenson. A Rre Opportunity for Securing Specil Bargains W ILLIAMS,! ShoemA ip B 2,600 pi Boots and Shoes, 560 pair: of lot N %  ad White Canvas,Oxford 1 Strap Slippers and Pumps. Regular i'iies ranging fr< mi 8s. to 16s. to be sold during the nexl 10 days at the very low price of 6s. per pair. Williams' Wholesale & Retail Shoe Establishment, 877, 878 BA1 BT„ C1T* M.iy 19, I913, Williams Shoes Arc DETTEFl^ L



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T II £ T R I b i: N E 1 4 |r ihe I ; %  vernor • ; *1 h .. : • I i t that iii there, for the first limp in many vears, no giam he ra he hi penal ; i "nil %  %  ' i;i' • d, si"< % % %  this • %  • • M rcli It. I low. His Ek< elli n. \ pointed ut. rlue to the improvednnanrea ol ilip Col my, the work of the Agricultural Depart in nt which thf finanei 'I ni I from il Mnthei Country had rendered possible, need not undergo any reduction. I lealing with the >. nlonv'e in. dustries, His tan illem j bore spJ i did testimony to ihe greul benefit rom tinestablishment of the Central Sugar Factory system "Not i if'.' I, • said, h rhe( enIral 1 icl s at Gunthoip s and •d boon* to the S a n industry, but verj pn Btable invist'also." \ (, ature thai B it. ish and C inadian capitalists would 'I" well to obsei i e was His b xc< I. lenct s r< mark "thai the IUCO two ventures ought to 1"* an encouragement to capitalists ti> en i hark in furthi f enterprises of the same nature," adding, "thai it "as to he hoped thai the funds iequ,i 1 d foi the projecti a factory in the Vvindw ml districts will beprovid ed ere long." The COttOli industry, pursued His Rxc Henry, wai shew. in-' signs ni' a rigorous revival,and the -i yield that was now being i >ap -,\ would doubtless re % % %  -> % % %  -> ------"%  % %  %  % % %  Q S" The 'Allenburys' Foods are based on scientific certainties. Used as directed, they are exactly what a baby needs to develop into a healthy and robust child. The •Allenburys' Foods are easily assimilated : digestive and kindred disorders are avoided by their use. Infants fed on these foods are neither fretful nor wakeful %  % %  aunn DIM %¡ % % %  Dill DIM oust amum %¡% % %  %¡% % %  nama aaaa %¡% %  a %¡% % %  DBBI ummu %¡ %  %  %¡% % %  %¡% % %  Milk Food No. I. Milk Food No. 2. Malted Food No. 3. The •Allenburys' Rusks (Malted). gJJJ From binh to J m.mtht. From J lo months. From t months upwii.ta. Viow 10 ninth, upwards. ; %  %  aasjr Pamphlet -Infant Feeding and Management" sent Free. ~aaa • • ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND. gfc. -• 1 %  nnnnaQnnnnndDnnnanannnnnnrjnanDanonnnDnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnrjnnDonannDBjagiai" %  siilsinnnnonn::nnaQnnnaQnnnDaDnaDQDDpnnDDnnDaDDDDDDDnDDDnnDgDanDna2an;;""iM %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  HBBBBBIlBBBBBBBaBlBBBBBlBBBlBBS!BBlBIBBiBBaBBBBBBl""""""""""""""" %  a % % %  a %  % %  :: %  % %  1 HID %  % % %¡ % % %  a BBBD % % % %¡ % % %  a % % %  a BBBQ BBBD BBBQ ma BBBD BBB'J %  11a %  % %  : %  % %  BBBQ r % %  : in i BBBD %  % %  I BBBBWS Menburgs TO RE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. Milk Food No. 2. Malted Food No. 3. W R would iform all who appreciate a O-od Smoke that we n<> have on b iod an extensive SUM k ol 11 \V \N \ CIGARS. VVi guarantee our brand to be made of the finest • Havana and Sumatn Wrappers, gnd Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article ol superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expeel the patronage of connoiseurs, J. L. SAl NDERS & Co. I.av Street. RECEIVJNG l HIS WEEK AT B I \ C K'S .'jj Bay* St reel and Till. NASSAU CANDY KITCHI \. H UNTLEY & PALMERS NI VV Good Luck Biscuits Loose an I in half pound packets at is. > I. per ll>. Huntley & Palmers Petit Beurre, M 11 ie irfti i Coronation, in half pound pai kets, CRAWFORD'S Butter Puffs in | lb. packets at 41!. „ "I fillit" HI I uff Cra >m at IS, 6 I, |" r II). Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb, LIPTON'S a >C" tA. ! H'. tins is. 102, „ (. • 11 that I have opened my Public Black South Shop; and am ready to do anything in the line ol General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All w>ik done Mechanically, P. A. l-luyler, 4.S3 Bay Street. Eaaf (wharf) F O U N I). — 'n the Northern Mud, an Open Sponging Boat, about 15 feel keel, ^bacn model, painted white outside, bine transom. The Owner will please communicate with THE Cl >MMISSI0NER, Nicolls I ow 1 '. 1 Why import Butter from New York? It costs more than 50Cts. pet lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at .lpis. pet ll>. and weight guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE fi iei I W. A. MATHER. UNDER I'AKER D ESIRES t" inform his and the Public Ih >' lie lias just received a complete outfit if facilities for the business of an undertaker, which places him in a position to 1 -am nut Funerals thai may he entrusted to his care with ystem and despatch; and respect holy solicits their patronage Gel my Prices fust and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. FOR SALE. A FISHING SM U'K, m good condition, Good Sils. 14 feet keel—19 feet overall—0} feel wide. Apply "Tribune," FOR SALE. A LL Thai Lot • f land situate m Dowdeswell Street with dwelling house thereon,—Premises No. 65 Home in pood repair. For Particulars Apply to T. M. KNOWLE3 No, 528 Hay St LOST. Yesterday'—An envelope containing live 4s. Bank of .Nassau Notes. Reward. Leave at Tribune KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. \I.F. AND STOUT. \ delicious Hunk brewed from! Hups containing all the tonic value of ale and Stout but will oul t lie aftei effects, pi ice 6| bottle. 5-. dot. LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7M. Ou irtt iod. SPARKLING V VLENTO WINE Pints 7jd Per doz. I GINGER ALF. &GINGERBEE4 Pints (id. P.r doz s-. SPECIAL PRICES BY C \SES. SOLD \ l BLACK'S 222 Bay St, an


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Nvilllus rxldlrtiis |urnrc in vcrba m.t|>Ktii. Being bound to iwetr 10 the Dogmas of no Maxtor. VOL. X. .Nassau. N. P., Ba'iamas, Saturday June 7. 141} No. 1605 p •a cr 0) CD 0) ar o (D I.I ON I H. Ul'IM I II, r. I ir>K .MD I'll u PK llllil 0WICK %  t s u MARKET STRBIT Nas.tu N. P., IAHAMAN. I'. I I lit -i |M PUBLISHED DAILY. \l-unlay, Vchn'sday ami Fliday— •ingle copy ... ... jil. tuesday, I"11 %  n>>i:v Ail Saturday— linftfl Copj ... ... nl iVetkl* j jd Monthly ... ,..u, \A Q.I uter Iv 4 >. RslfYearli Hi. Veaiiv t fiS P VYA'II i IN ADVANCE. Advertising Ratal Si* pence pei line (or first insertion : tlitre panes per line '•>r second ln*Bftion; ami one penny pet line for subsequent Intuitions. Advertisements under eitfht lines 4s. WHEN I AM DL\D J Wlien I'm dead forget me dear, For I shall never know, Though o'ei my cold and lifeless hands Your btllDJOg tears should flow, I'll cancel With my living voice The debt, you'll owe tic detd. Give DM the love you'd show me then, Hut fe'ive it now instead. And bring no wreath' to deck mv grave, For I sh ill never care Though all the flowers I love the most Should grow a' d wither there. I'll sell mv chance of all 1 he flowers You'll lavish when I'm gone Fcr One small bunch of violets now So give me that instead. What sum's we are when we are gone ? Hut what's the use to mr Of praises written on my tomb For other eyes to see ? One little simple word of praiM B) lips we worship said. Is worth a hundred epitaphs, Dear, say it now instead. And things that now are hard to bear, Oblivion then shall win Our sins are soon forgiven us When we no more can sin. Hut any bitter thought of me, Keep il f.ir when I'm de; 1 ihhll not know, I shall no| can, Forgive me n<. \v, i ST. VIM ENT I IND \PVF lI [SING IN C INAUA P — :ui>: — That St. Vincent ha p*nveH h it advertising |i.i\s. i ... tl -1 itement iwe hnds in ex ni port juSt ie< ei> %  • %  "'' 'I" 1 Wi A ff thf St, Vincent Arrowroot Cir%  association during the past j "The enquiries", the report "received by the Secretary d inng tin past ve.11 hear testimony to the utility of our advertising in ( da The Association, to winch the arrowroot growers il Si cent belong, report a most successful year In England its members had continued loda good business, while in Canada, to Cftpy the phraseology employed in the report, "the imports of arrowroot have continued to rise with appreciable speed." With the United States a gieat increase had also been n tered. Dealing more particularly with Can.ill.1, it is evident that the Association could have done ?. far la'ger business even with it had circumstances in the [slaud and elsewhere been dill rent from what they w.re. The demand and prices offering from London have never been so great as they were last year. Consequently, requests com. ing from Canada for consignments. •nd for ai row root put up in tins, could not from the nature of the case be Riven that attention that would have been possible if the de mand and prices offering had been less in England. Cases ci this kind are mentioned in the report. "Several responsible Canadian linns interested 111 cereals had asked for large samples and consignments of arrowroot,",. ."while grocers both in Eastern and Western Canada had been enquiring f r arrowroot put up in half and one pound tins to be shipped in cases." That the Associaticn was not able to accede to such requests and yet be able to increase greatly its business with Canada, is indication on the one hand of what the arrowroot business with Canada could be \n-u\t to be, and on the other, as the Committee state, oi the value*ofadv< rti-.ii:' in Can It will be lemembered, that a few months ago, tin(jeverm of t lie Colon} a pre loexl I for a period of one year the provi lei which it collects a tax on %  ich barrel of arrowroot expo f aiding ciation. This extensi 1 ee highly extol. The instructions ret eived in the I' last year from the Secretary if foi the Colonies, whereun 1 1 the Administrator, Mr. Murray, to v hum the present success of the i ndus'ry is largely due, could Ion • -officio I'n of t le Assoi iaiion, were regret 1 Closing, ihe Committee expn in appropi 1 lie language t %  i preci itioa of the aid given the tociation in I unada by Mr. i Mousir, S en I ir) ol the Canad Wi-t lii I1.111 League, Messrs. p ford acd Bl ick, Mr. Wal i rlerson (Toronto) and \li Midi n Hamilton); in Eoj. by Mi. A. K Aspinall, Mr. I. s mmons and Mr. < i. R. I and in the United Stales bj M S. Durrani "Canada—West dia Magaxii ANTIGUA'S PROGRESS The address delivered on M 181I1 by So Hesketh Bell, K. (,.,< iovernot "I thi Leew ardlsland*, to the Legislative Cauncil of Antigua, is eloquent in more ways one of progress thai Colon] making. Not only was the I now paying itsown way, Excellency, but it would I shew a surplus for the March of over £5,590.During n yeais most substantial progress had B |l 1 been nude in reducing the I land's indebtedness, the redu in the past ten years amounting '" £40,000, the public del at £81,655 as against £118, ten years ago. Though the | year h id been impi'f" r its great absence of water, tin Colony's exports for the amounted to $797,000, exceeding those of the previous year by ? 100,000. Speaking on the estimates 1 r (Continued on fourth p /


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Nvilllus rxldlrtiis |urnrc in vcrba m.t|>Ktii.
Being bound to iwetr 10 the Dogmas of no Maxtor.
VOL. X.
.Nassau. N. P., Ba'iamas, Saturday June 7. 141}
No. 1605
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PUBLISHED DAILY.
\l-unlay, Vchn'sday ami Fliday
ingle copy ... ... jil.
tuesday, I"11 n>>i:v Ail Saturday
linftfl Copj ... ... nl
iVetkl* ........jjd
Monthly ... ,..u, \A
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RslfYearli ........Hi.
Veaiiv .......tfiS
P vya'ii i in ADVANCE.
Advertising Ratal Si* pence pei line
(or first insertion : tlitre panes per line
'>r second ln*Bftion; ami one penny pet
line for subsequent Intuitions.
Advertisements under eitfht lines 4s.
WHEN I AM DL\D
j
Wlien I'm dead forget me dear,
For I shall never know,
Though o'ei my cold and lifeless
hands
Your btllDJOg tears should flow,
I'll cancel With my living voice
The debt, you'll owe tic detd.
Give DM the love you'd show me
then,
Hut fe'ive it now instead.
And bring no wreath' to deck mv
grave,
For I sh ill never care
Though all the flowers I love the
most
Should grow a' d wither there.
I'll sell mv chance of all 1 he flowers
You'll lavish when I'm gone
Fcr One small bunch of violets now
So give me that instead.
What sum's we are when we are
gone ?
Hut what's the use to mr
Of praises written on my tomb
For other eyes to see ?
One little simple word of praiM
B) lips we worship said.
Is worth a hundred epitaphs,
Dear, say it now instead.
And things that now are hard to
bear,
Oblivion then shall win
Our sins are soon forgiven us
When we no more can sin.
Hut any bitter thought of me,
Keep il f.ir when I'm de;
1 ihhll not know, I shall no| can,
Forgive me n<. \v, i
ST. VIM ENT I IND \PVF l-
I [SING IN C INAUA P .
:ui>:
That St. Vincent ha p*nveH h it
advertising |i.i\s. i ... tl
-1 itement iwe hnds in ex ni
port juSt ie< ei> "'' 'I"1 Wi A ff thf
St, Vincent Arrowroot Cir-
association during the past j
"The enquiries", the report
"received by the Secretary d inng
tin past ve.11 hear testimony to the
utility of our advertising in ( -
da '
The Association, to winch
the arrowroot growers il Si
cent belong, report a most success-
ful year In England its members
had continued loda good business,
while in Canada, to Cftpy the
phraseology employed in the report,
"the imports of arrowroot have
continued to rise with appreciable
speed." With the United States a
gieat increase had also been n
tered.
Dealing more particularly with
Can.ill.1, it is evident that the As-
sociation could have done ?. far
la'ger business even with it had
circumstances in the [slaud and
elsewhere been dill rent from what
they w.re. The demand and prices
offering from London have never
been so great as they were last
year. Consequently, requests com.
ing from Canada for consignments.
nd for ai row root put up in tins,
could not from the nature of the
case be Riven that attention that
would have been possible if the de
mand and prices offering had been
less in England. Cases ci this kind
are mentioned in the report. "Sev-
eral responsible Canadian linns
interested 111 cereals had asked for
large samples and consignments of
arrowroot,",. ."while grocers both
in Eastern and Western Canada
had been enquiring f r arrowroot
put up in half and one pound tins
to be shipped in cases." That the
Associaticn was not able to accede
to such requests and yet be able to
increase greatly its business with
Canada, is indication on the one
hand of what the arrowroot busin-
ess with Canada could be \n-u\t to
be, and on the other, as the Com-
mittee state, oi the value*ofadv< r-
ti-.ii:' in Can
It will be lemembered, that a
few months ago, tin- (jeverm
of t lie Colon} a pre loexl I for
a period of one year the provi
lei which it collects a tax on
ich barrel of arrowroot expo
f aiding
ciation. This extensi
. 1 ee highly extol. The in-
structions ret eived in the I'
last year from the Secretary if
foi the Colonies, whereun 1 1 the
Administrator, Mr. Murray, to
v hum the present success of the i n-
dus'ry is largely due, could
Ion -officio I'n
of t le Assoi iaiion, were regret 1
Closing, ihe Committee expn
in appropi 1 lie language t i
preci itioa of the aid given the
tociation in I unada by Mr. i
Mousir, S en I ir) ol the Canad
Wi-t lii I1.111 League, Messrs. p
ford acd Bl ick, Mr. Wal i
rlerson (Toronto) and \li
Midi n Hamilton); in Eoj.
by Mi. A. K Aspinall, Mr.
I. s mmons and Mr. < i. R. I
and in the United Stales bj M
S. Durrani "CanadaWest
dia Magaxii
ANTIGUA'S PROGRESS
The address delivered on M
181I1 by So Hesketh Bell, K. .
(,.,< iovernot "I thi Leew ardlsland*,
to the Legislative Cauncil of Anti-
gua, is eloquent in more ways
one of progress thai Colon]
making. Not only was the I
now paying itsown way, -
Excellency, but it would I
shew a surplus for the
March of over 5,590.During n
yeais most substantial progress had
B|l 1 been nude in reducing the I -
land's indebtedness, the redu '
in the past ten years amounting '"
40,000, the public del
at 81,655 as against 118,
ten years ago. Though the |
year h id been impi'- f"r
its great absence of water, tin
Colony's exports for the
amounted to $797,000, exceeding
those of the previous year by ? 100,-
000.
Speaking on the estimates 1 r
(Continued on fourth p


/


THE T R I l'. I' M K
XW?c tribune
Saturday. June 7. 191V
>t last the Opium traffic be-
n India and China has ceas-
' I. In the House of Commons a
tement has been made on be-
half of the Govi rnment that no
nn has been shipped from In-
to China this year. India has
' tj right tosellCkina 26,-
si; of opium beyon#what
liave been shipped in
;-- ; ut India is prepared to
' 10 n n, which 1
-s of revenue of about elevi n
terling.
In the eighties, When Lord
artington was Gladstones
1 iry of State for India, we
1 lember reading that Lord
Harrington strongly opp<
abolition of the opium traf-
l e could 1
w the lo 1 iue from
orl duly on opium could
1 e made u| Wi h e
al am wt
ill in
uti r and our statesm. n
have made the
We have forward
' r thi time when we could
to war with China partly
v ith a \ iev 1 lu
i'im f^HHinli
ngJT^i' :'
r .....polii
pnnentson the occasion of the
elusion of tin- war in South-
1 b -u in Europe, the follow ing
\t<'M the "Spectator" is one of
Ihe nost striking:
The concert of Europe
which was apparently dead af-
' 1 the Bosnia I lerzegovina
1 I 1 omi io Iffe ;...,,j,|_
impotent than
1;.,.-..
Its could hardl) Ua\
nt without a guidii
miracul* u
I 1 1 li .
1 ding h
there and was tl
ha| py i
' all Europe ia i>l
: I ,1
wai \\ ,-
Iro I e 1 al

dom with ,1
' |has 111.-1 .[,,,.
I 1 ce will
I n I ably 1.....tl r I
funster could
1 ut :?l a- douf.
British si- MEN DETAIN"
ED IX CUBA.
The Sch I I 1 ile" of
this port arm. d from Rag) !
Island yesterday and reports
that on her way to Ragged Is
land from the Mosquito (.'oast
on a recent voyage, when off n
port on the South East Bide of
Cuba, being short of water, the
mastei sent two men John Lock-
hart and 1 loratius 1 rt in
i a into this oofi if
wat< . lable.
the audience as also was a
numbei of out islanders.
jl
Cargo shipped , uranca" bound for New \
331 his spoil bis Refuse
sponge, 4.0 hah s sponge clipp
ings 26 j bales sisal, 11 bah sis
al waste, 1491 cases canned
pineapi | kgs. old n
15 ton Lignumvita;, u bales
li < hark" sifting
I irl shell, ,' I
II 'I
2 packa
Aftei me time had lapsi d 1 %
jthe boat was seen return | a -,..;, ,p ^SSl did Y
and the schooner boo- down up- I T l
1, I nt on draw i
il 1 that thi
aid waving vigi
,,,.1,. 1 1 adiourniiiciil.
1 a 51 cond boat with
N' emi il Ma cock and I
T
lou
The I Ion >ui il
1 nuisti 1 1 v,.is sent to meet the
first one and see what v
wrong; on do ing with the
boats it wa si n thai th men
in ii-'- first boat were strangers
and an were threaten
questioi
by Mi I.. W \ e an-
I Ion. .1. P. Sa
and < irdered to be pi inted.
...... ......... 1.- otic \:. o I I e 11 i ,
nlu ,.,,,,, 41 1 I. IS It a la t than
nig') ur md boat 1
for medicin -red to out-
patients at the B Gen
eral I lospital i
i
the ; d the
in and saw the firsl boat hau
. an thi 1 cond
boat left intl I r and tl:
1 on thi
-1 '. : \ p !,. apparent-
I) "i some argumi nt, finalh
re li d awa) M vox k
folio I
who -inn
ian-handled and bound.
The schooner | and
2. Do not tl -wi'}'- by the
Com
of 1 Vet, and u tioned
by the < loverm r in C iui cil, laj
do \ a si\|n nc as t; e fixe I
1 harges foi medicin ven to

j. If so, why and by what auth
o;n\ has tins arnoun 1 ex
edi I;
>n |he port for two days, but 4. In practice,who I
saw nothing more ol the men or
boats.
This is a s, rious matter, if the
report given us is correi i. and
irely
.m
of medicines for out
-. I lave anj .-non, rements i
1 tci I nto with ain pei
- >ns fi 11 1 edit in su| pi
a 1 unl and paj im l
made and credited to I
put mi" .1 Cub in 1 011 foi unl sinoeJan. 1
W ii.; ,[ p,
anin hat (hi i*< j
II hold a M mortal
: M Eun III
' o"cJ
'I
or ol arrangi
or

and the amounts swing tod iti
Hi refund for ot
I ill's
. past six
monl 1 ling the i.-t May
1
efof
Re-
Fori ign Mail to be d< sn itch- 191
ral via Miai I.Ifso, how many, and what j
ill be made up and amount have been refunded,
on 1 da-i'th Jum- 1913 and to whom'
o'clock p. in.
N'ol ling tin ateniug
rain on Th itsd I I
was a fairly large attendant
rt.
A number of passengers fiom
I. Will the< iovernment furnish
the hi >use with .1 statemi nt 1 I
all a< ci nut- charged for medi-
cines to out-p itients for the
I asi six months ending 1st May
1913 with the nanu per-
s .us so charged and the a Idress
\
the Mail steamer #tre among ea as Kept in the recoid of the
I.....k of tl Relievi 1 f
the Bahamas 1 i neral 11 spital ?
Answers by the lion. .1. I'.
San I
1. Yes.
2. No. Rule No. n f
applicant for mi dinal relief
who are able to pa} ml) a pro-
ion ol the ost. Si rtion |a
. : .: 1
authoi ize Hhe B iai I to m.
co idil m as io 1 i) ment
iblc in
of all the
ol th
3. Section 3a of th 1
as ab
p i Dispei
I I.
to
lief Commit!
\r ury
Thos \lurra), of which a ba-
d 1
1
1 laudius Minnis
7. V<
: vs. Claudius Minnis.
o. I he fi >lli iv imounts
have been n
supple d ( hn 1 >oor I'aiii nts for
the past 61 ed May
1st. I
Novi
Dccembi 1 ita
Janu 1
1 iruary, 1
Man h. 191
l
The Comi
feel thai it is
in
pi '-I 1 hat ity from 1 e Hos
of tl ho 11 l
I ill Appr. Bill wa
and tl toa Select
M
Dr. John...... A. K. Solomon
\ ury, L. \\ Y \g and S 1 I
1
C ove to sil dur-
ing ilus e\ ening's sitting of I
11 .
1 Meetin) moved the ap-
I on.'11,1 nt oi a Si lect Commit-
ii a on tie- petition of A. U.
John.on praying for the refund
ol a 1 oition of Duty paid on a
Mot 'i C)
Me -1 I m ing L. W.
Yiung .>ii>\ Armbristi ap*
1 ointi d lect < ommittee ac-
ingly, with li a\ e to sit dur-
ing pn aenl sitting of the I lou
. 1 >r. Ji In.son from the Seh ct
Committee on Items 70 toSq of
I '
j I 11 6
I
I "
1


r
? Appr. Hill handed in a r
which w.i- i.ul and on his mo-
tion adopted.
Mr. iamblin from the Com-
* mittee on the < iovernor's
sage No. a ,. re Fire I N partment
handed in which was
adi ji'icd.
I On motion of Mr. Albury the
I louse agai into
a Committee ol the whole I louse
on tiii? Appn >priation Bill.
Mr. Sai im the Sel< el
Commitl the pun i
a lot ol land for widening the
approach to the \V< sti rn Come
tery on Augusta Streel ha
in a report whi h was read and
adopted.
Mr. lso moved that the
sum of 50 for pun hase ol
u < rted
Mr A. K s. ,| imon mo I i 11
mdmeui that this item be
not inserte I; on being put the
1 arried and the
amount Was in
Mr. San I the inserti >n
"I an it foi .1 1
fi'i 1 |i anii l .
Ml No ,
H 1 the
Ktiii'uiiit wn
I Mi Gamblii 1 loved the adop
tion of tlie to
tin' Sell .....
1 : noi s M< '< Mo, ; 1. re the
( We tern Ci .. and the in-
sert! for
It om
men
1 >r. Johnson
' 11. nt the adoption ol I
rtion
I mi mi
nt. < m being put the
and an
I led.
T II B T R I RUN E
tion of Rev. W. Lowndes for
the Rebate of Duty on R< ligi iu
pictun s &c. and the insertion of
an Item ol |. j... fort
The Ri is adopted and
the items inserted.
Mr. W. C. B. Johnson, mi
the ad option ol the report of!
the Selei I Committee on I
:; ion of l\'i \. A. S (!li gg for '
the Rebate of 1 tut) on a bi 11
I ; .. Hun h md the insertion
ol an item i>l 15s, f> n
The Ri port was adopti d and
tlir item ins< 11'
Dr. Cnlmer moved the a lop-
tion of 1. Ri or! of the Si lei t |
' of
Thos, Bull ud and l\tt I I
foi the Ri bat ty on (lr-
gan and the ii f an
item "i 1 3s, for the same.
Mi. Km e in ived the adi >p
tion of the Rep >rt of thi
petition of
1 C. A. D inn for I
R ate of 1 >utj on .1 Ri
! tii n of an
i of \ 9s. ;d. fi
R i lit H .1 I aad
iserted.
Mr. Albury moved that the
put pro-1. -
and ask leave to iit ag lin.
Mr. Sands | Vot<
idemnitj 0 on Item
77 on Appropriation <>i 191a
I he same as read a first
time md orden I to be prim
1 )n motion the I louse ad-
jousued to Monday evenii
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
W'll II A I !' l
Id. WISE, FOOMS
In housekeeping, as in other thin in I '
one should look ahead. Do not be indi
to spend a lew penee less
to-day on buying Soap <>l an
inferior quality which will
ultimately cost shillings, and
even pounds, in ruined House-
hold linen and clothes. This is
not ctononiy. True economy
is to use a pure Soap.

Sunlight Soap
is pure.
USE IT, and preserve
clothes and household
your
linen.
TI'.'l
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, s?
Port Sunlight, England.
Mr. Moore moved the adop- Dri G 01 5, Prints, Drill,
"' fhe KeP ',l '' '" lect GentsShirts, Undi r Waists
1 1 imitl e on the p tiiion of
the Rev. Geo Long and the Call Early and See New Stoch
rtion of an Item of j 3 in
a<. "i.I.in w it!i same.
Mr. Bi aoved in amend>
it that the 1 n t in
the
Famendn wa lost and the
Item in I'd.
Mr. W ed ill-
. tion of the S I I ommittei 0
the petition of foi the rebal
Dot) 1 n 1 &c. f.i theP
byterian Church and the ii ei
NOTICF
Durine my absence fm
lony, |amei Sin laii
nm ihr i o-
Will Hi I
..- iii"." All. r: ej .
S'l \\l I V I.I.I [1 | T
CABU < ,i;\'i-
Jum
London, Unli I 11 r key
I 1 ands
tion of an Item of 57 9s. pi. for tin peace dele ma) hold
I ainc. a.' 1 the-! mi ti lereafter to
The Report] pi I and morrow The gulf between the
item inserted.
Mi. Audi i'ii moved the
I'ti- n of the report of
Selei 1 1 11 : littci on tii- j

Lan Ii >, l exas, 5 '. plac i
to 1
1
and twenty illed
battle at Candela
I ii' >da) b .. en thi arm]
lutionists and federals.
A 1.11 ge number of both sidi -
\\ 1 Hindi d
W'.i ihingti 1 i, The presi-
it had a brief o mfi n n :a this
.... n with s tar) Bryan,
and an informal talk \ irds
with Vis nut Chinda,
The presidi nt let it be known
that there was much mattei
on in th 1
. bui that >l the
Ml Mill 111
ilution
of the land law difficulty.
Turks and Greeks yawns so
wide that a continuation of the
11 nference at St. Jam Pa]
ie:-s.
Washington, 5. I enate
lobby 111 v' si i gating com mi
decided to-night to extend its
ni inquiry into a sw 1 eoing
litigation of all organised
efforts that have been mad.' to
influ ai tion npim Ii gisla-
tion of ai kind pendin
; undei 111 t ion
in ti past.
I.....Ion, 5.- Lord Rendel, a
.' 1 I of 4 iladstone and
owm r of the Ch u d' Tho
on the Rh iera is d< ad.
Berlin, 5.The German
dn adnought which is to replace
the old Weisielborg was
launched here to-day and
christened the Niarkgraf. Thi
Ni V 1 '. I mi
which will defend the Wi
ter Polo Club
against the Briti 1 wil
Louis Stoddard, Deveraux
Milburn, Foxhall Ki ene and
Malcolm Stevenson.
A Rre Opportunity
for Securing Specil
Bargains
WILLIAMS,! ShoemA
ip B
2,600 pi
Boots and Shoes, 560 pair: of
lot N

ad White
Canvas,Oxford 1
Strap Slippers and
Pumps. Regu-
lar i'ii- es ranging fr< mi 8s. to
16s. to be sold during the
nexl
10 days at the very
low price of 6s.
per pair.
Williams' Wholesale & Retail
Shoe Establishment,
877, 878 BA1 BT C1T*
M.iy 19, I913,
Williams Shoes
Arc DETTEFl^
L


T II T R I b i: N E
1
4|r ihe I ; vernor
;- *1 h .. : I i t that iii
there, for the first limp in many
vears, no giam he ra he hi penal
; i "nil" ' i;i' d, si"< this
M rcli It. I low.
His Ek< elli n. \ pointed ut.
rlue to the improvednnanreaol
ilip Col my, the work of the Agri-
cultural Depart in nt which thf fin-
anei 'I ni I from il Mnthei Coun-
try had rendered possible, need not
undergo any reduction.
I lealing with the >. nlonv'e in.
dustries, His tan illem j bore spJ i -
did testimony to ihe greul benefit -
rom tin- establishment of
the Central Sugar Factory system
"Not i if'.' I, said, h rhe( en-
Iral 1 icl.....s at Gunthoip s and
d boon* to the S a n
industry, but verj pn Btable invist-
'- also." \ (, ature thai B it.
ish and C inadian capitalists would
'I" well to obsei i e was His b xc< I.
lenct s r< mark "thai the iuco
two ventures ought to 1"* an
encouragement to capitalists ti>
enihark in furthi f enterprises of the
same nature," adding, "thai it "as
to he hoped thai the funds iequ,i -
1 d foi the projecti a factory in the
Vvindw ml districts will beprovid
ed ere long." The COttOli industry,
pursued His Rxc Henry, wai shew.
in-' signs ni' a rigorous revival,and
the -i yield that was now
being i >ap -,\ would doubtless re-
the area now under cultivation. In
the Colony's di pendency ol H .rl u-
da, cotton cultivation was also
giving hi c\< t'll'-iji margin of pro
fit. so iriuch^jPetrT Hesketh said,
that ll.iili^^i ;iil now .i suhstanti
a I -inn of^iiuney to its credit. Con.
eluding, tlie* (lovernor pointed out
that there was considerable scop*
in Antigua for minor industries if
n varied nature, and tin y looked
roaw&rd to the day when the total
exports of the Colony would "re-
present n value commensurate with
the fertility of itssoil ami the en.
terprise of iis inhabitants." "Can
kda VVi st India Magizine"
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Milk Food No. 2. Malted Food No. 3.
WR would iform all who appreciate a O-od Smoke that we n<>
have on b iod an extensive Sum k ol 11 \V \N \ CIGARS. VVi
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatn
Wrappers, gnd Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article ol superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expeel
the patronage of connoiseurs,
J. L. SAl NDERS & Co.
I.av Street.
RECEIVJNG l HIS WEEK
AT B I \ C K'S
.'jj Bay* St reel
and Till. NASSAU CANDY
KITCHI \.
HUNTLEY & PALMERS
NI VV Good Luck Biscuits
Loose an I in half pound packets
at is. > I. per ll>.
Huntley & Palmers Petit Beurre,
M 11 ie irfti i Coronation, in half
pound pai kets,
CRAWFORD'S Butter Puffs in |
lb. packets at 41!.
"I fillit" hi I uff Cra >m
at IS, 6 I, |" r II).
Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb,
LIPTON'S a >C" tA.
! H'. tins is.
102, (. not i c 1:.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in (il n> 11
that I have opened my Public
Black South Shop; and am
ready to do anything in the line ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All w>ik done
Mechanically,
P. A. l-luyler,
4.S3 Bay Street. Eaaf (wharf)
FO U N I). 'n the Northern
Mud, an Open Sponging
Boat, about 15 feel keel, ^bacn
model, painted white outside, bine
transom. The Owner will please
communicate with
THE Cl >MMISSI0NER,
Nicolls I ow 1 '. 1
Why import Butter
from New York?
It costs more than 50Cts. pet lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at .lpis. pet ll>. and weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
fi iei
I
W. A. MATHER.
UNDER I'AKER
DESIRES t" inform his
and the Public Ih >' lie lias
just received a complete outfit if
facilities for the business of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to 1 -am nut Funerals thai
may he entrusted to his care with
ystem and despatch; and respect
holy solicits their patronage Gel
my Prices fust and prove that they
are the very lowest for first class
work.
FOR SALE.
A FISHING SM U'K, m good
condition, Good Sils.
14 feet keel19 feet overall0}
feel wide. Apply "Tribune,"
FOR SALE.
ALL Thai Lot f land situate
m Dowdeswell Street with
dwelling house thereon,Premises
No. 65 Home in pood repair.
For Particulars
Apply to
T. M. KNOWLE3
No, 528 Hay St
LOST.
Yesterday'An envelope con-
taining live 4s. Bank of .Nassau
Notes. Reward.
Leave at Tribune
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
\I.F. AND STOUT.
\ delicious Hunk brewed from!
Hups containing all the tonic
value of ale and Stout but will
oul t lie aftei effects, pi ice 6|
bottle. 5-. dot.
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7M. Ou irtt iod.
SPARKLING V VLENTO WINE
Pints 7jd Per doz. I
GINGER ALF. &GINGERBEE4
Pints (id. P.r doz s-.
SPECIAL PRICES BY
C \SES.
SOLD \ l BLACK'S
222 Bay St, an 11 IK NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S. I'd.u K. Agent,

THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE R.OYAL STOKE
OCR "Royal" Househol
Hi.ind Floui selling at ad
pence per lb. and ids. per bag of
!()' II s.
"Golden Stai I iui 2 lbs for 3jd
and "Laurel Ih ind" Flour" 2 lbs
for jjrl.
Centennial Flour per hag 28s.
Pigs Feet in Vinegar at 7 Hrown Sugar at ajd, per lb. Our
rice white and clean, best in town
sidling at 4 All our Groceries are fresh and
good quality and cheap.
Puie Jamaica Rum at 10s, pe
gallon.
JAM PS L. SAUNDERS & Co.
Nissau N. P.
Bahamas.
April 15th 1913.
LOST.
\ Gold Bar Pin, with seven
Amethysts.
Liberal Reward
On delivery at Tribune Office.


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