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T II I R l • N E 1 l y other speaker* \s :: %  maker of Europi "' Washin r. i, •;. I lie principle of cotnpulsmv arbitration written into the code ihnl lias bound the United Stales i tli twei tj foui i ations "f the world for the last five years, is in serious dai and unless there is a decided clwnce in sentiment in the senate the ienewal of twentv I the ti of the nati< i such a policy may be im| I i i xecut i ion to-night :h; n I iled t'> ratify rene iIs t Iration with t Br lain, Italy .uid S| u hich recent b expin Londim. •;. Thi Gn ek K-'l fs Bttl %  to-d iy t ho terms ol : 7 Three In Smei : i hern I a ma ulipas ha ve rii m mded i n n lor g message to President Wilson sent through the consul berr t.n know ''Onefor ill" u hither tlicv can expect prte< tion from their home ::m einm %  t, ince thev "I I %  not de ire in i '.. nisur^s foi i < iRILL, I I NTSSHIRTS, UNDER WAISTS Call Early aid See New StocK KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. AI I ANDSTi \ i h nil I ; f,om Hops (initnin tonic valu -i, u t |, ,t u ii|,. out effects, price Gd. bottle, s%  LIME .11 \\ll" \(,.\F. 1'nit-. ;'. I. < >u irts SI' tKKLIN ' l\K. Pint* j\ I RINGER VI I & i.lXGl .1 i: ^ pint l' • U .1PHICI i IJY THE \ SOLD A I HL \( K'S 222 May St. v and THE NASSAU C \\I>Y Kl u ni-.v. II. S. BLACK, \-nt NOTICE D ing n y absenct fim the (" %  •limy, j Sii r will act as my All STANLEY El 0 < EIVIVG I AT BLAC K'S %  and I HE K VSSAU i ANDY KITC1II H UNTLEY .v I'M Ml \l I in i i lb. \ P Petit Bi urre, 1, 11 f CR \'A I %  > IRI) 'IV Mi I' H. in 1 ll>. I ,, at is. Cm '"i I' ffs '• %  .. LIP I ON S c< >o > A. .J II'. tins I •. 2 < /. .. 'I THE SPECIAL CAM. AT THE ROYAL stout: O UR li I ••( iolden Stai Fh ur and I i l"iir i I itennial Flour \-\ 11 % % %  i'i _:In i in Vm I'.ii i wn Sugar MI ; li ( ) ur nee white and clean, best in town sell ing .it 4 I. per quart. All >nr Grocei i's are fii ~!i and i'Pun I 'i Rum at" [\MFS 5ALNDER: 8 N o-m X. P. Drill A | DO YOU REALISE the importance of pure Soap i Do you know that Sunlight Soap make clothes whiter, and lighter ? True economy i use a pure Soap. Sunligh Soap is guaranteed > pure, therefore canf/^ not destroy your fy clothes. Preserve your clothes by using Sunlight Soap. rtt LEVER BROTHERS Port Sunlight, I.ngl TELLS ABOUT ,^2l 50000 BOOKS FREE UY MAIL WOfTfH SW TO ANY MAN TUN HOMES CURB1 OF MEN'S AILMENTS man dl• %  ••. qui 1 %  I w..odriul free %  ••h. li t iin | I %  w^4l rw* m prlvall) cur* hlrrtMH at j horns, •* win h a ravAUaa> whoif %  new luw MI l • . Id-UlffM hralth. ^Irancflt .,,,„.,..... %  HIIHIHOW %  your (..*.* tuiJ.:t.H ."h 1 FrtCC, j %  t .... : % %  *<"i • H DR. JOS. LISTER & CO. > %  %  %  %  %  lot. Ckiugt, III!.. US.*. \ Tt 71*. would i for in all wlx ' Ce \ \ I of II WWW CIGARS I il i h e In ^um.il ut. 11) 1 i i manufactured >n IUI poinises b\ workmA %  ' %  %  .-. i. i %  | ii I.n( Ml pel in' i|n 1111 v. :| I li' 1 MII lead N|>> '<| ill" pat i'i irs, |. I. SAI NDI RS & Co. D iv Strd W. A. MATHF.R. UNDERTAKER i N OT I (" R i* t'> inform my Patrons — ..M' Public in ienern I •\> plete outfit i-f (hat I have op mi d my Public Dlack Smith simp; and am now H' ol (ienetal repair or ially. All w Me< hanically. P. A. Huvlir, 4S3 Hay Street. East (Wharf) I \ES1RES to inform his fi It j' Trills i~ J iiml tin Public ili-.i he has J and tl •i re te outfit tf i.t %  of an un: in in a positi irrv out 1 tint in. i\ In i iiru-icd to his raie iih system mid .1 fully niv Pi IS lust and prove tli.u they are (he vcrj lo .t for first class work. §&'Cutlery' I fine a* >i tment y Chas. E Alburi — T ft



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iftttite Nullius addi< ins i MI .MIin verba mai>istri. Il.-mi, bound to iear lo the Dogmas of no Master VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday June 9. 1913 No. IhOf. )><)K | fe a I'.l'l I >H :, u PBS PI IITOI OKt'-K • i u MARKET STRBKT %  i N. P. : \ i \M* tf.it, Bex PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, VeuJnei single copy ... ... j,t. Tuaaday, rhunday and Saturday— •ingle i op* ... ill vV ''' |d ' "thly s ,,i • ;' %  •%  I v || Half Yearly !..£, Vcanv PAY* ILI IN \m KtH 1 line foi i: -I'll ; three line • for second insertion; and one peni line [01 subteqnenl Insertions Arivpitisfiiients under eight line* 4s. S01 og n( ,ning is t 1 be Found in the following : From the correspondence ol an • -1emed out-island i n spondi "I note that the Tariff is now I louse and am shocked to find that gardening imments, wire fencing,and i toes will no longer be on the free list." "'IIK Governor talks about ieulturt, the Press urges people to return to the soil, and the House says, "you farmers, you want to grow potatoes to sell, we'll pay dut yon theseed." What a policy • noes, picks and cut* la les are necessary and barl ed WHO is also necessary in Fencing for pastures. Have our Legislators thought of these absurd obstacles ?" "Weathei dry.—Rain much needed. Condition of crops frightful." "There'sa wliisp r of an effort to form a company to i urchase a small sisal cleaning machine.'* "Onion cultivation will be taken up and seed has been or. dercd." We can only say that if the changes in the tariff noticed by our correspond) nt are correct, it is a suicidal policy, winch can %  otrry toe followed by blind n en \Vi have nol yel seenthi ed new tariff, but when we do we maj be counted upon to 1 pp e with all our might and nergyanj obstai Its m the way "ft: n of Agrii ultt j> HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Notii %  s of motions f<-r Monday 1 vt iiing, 91I1 June, 1913. Quest ion. Mr. Moseley— In \ 1--.'. II( v. h it was said in the I louse on the see nd reading an I committal ol the \udii hill, will 1 G meat recommend that a 1 'si N.II .ill1.-. 1 no be gi anted to Nig< I Bruo B in tide w hile holding the office of Auditoi ol Public Accounts of I he Colony ? Hills. Sei >nd Reading and Committal. Mr ( i amblin — A Bill to regulate the Carriage of Passengers on vessels arriving in or departing From the Colony and for nil er purposi 1, Mr. AI bury— 'I hat the I louse do again resolve 1 If into a committee of the le I louse on the Appropi iation Bill. 'I'lnrtl Reading and Passing. Mr. Sands— A Mill In consolidate and amend the law relating to the encourage* incut of Manufactories mid tlie building and keeping of Hotels. Vote of Indemnity, Mr. Sands — The second reading of the following Resolution: Resolved that this House will indemnify the Receivei General and I'reasurei in paying out of the I reasury by warrant in the usual manner to the Governor in Council the sum of £39. us. nd. being the actual excess fin addition to put of .the sum of £120 granted In Vote of Indemnity on the 1st March last) of expenditure on item No. 79 of the Appropriation Act 1912 for food lor prisoners in the Nassau Prison. Also. The suspension of Rules 10 and 15 and the Third reading of the above Vote of Indemnity. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Miss dc Glanville, Telephone Operator has been granted I • i ibsence from the 3rd to 16th inst. Miss Phyllis Frith has been appointi d V ting relephone Operator. I he o signstion by Mr. W. J. Symonette "I his appointment as .1 lusticeof the Peace has been a 1 -pled. A. K. Solomon Esq., has teen ap| ointed a temp irary member of the Board of Public Works. FOREIGN Mails perSchr. !" miral" to Miami will be closed on Tuesday 10th at 2 p. .n. ^ INTERINSULAR Mails per Schr, "Columbia" for Inagua, Long Cay, Aclclins, Rum Cay : Clarence Town, Long I„ The Bight, Arthurs Town, San Salvadoi ; will be closed on Thursday I2th inst. at 1 1 a. m. CTBLEGR \M> June 9th 191.3. E psom, 7th, I he ( alts Slakes was won to-day by J. M. Joell "Jest". Of tlie onyinal 283 entries for the stakes of §25,000 only twelve turned out for the race. New York. 7.— American lawn tennis players paved the way .1 trip to England by defeating the Australian team two straight matches in the Davis Cup preliminaries here to-day. All that is needed to cinch the American teams victory is to win one of the three remaining matches. London, 7.— Walter II. Pag the new American Ambassadei tonight received his baptism of lire B8 an after dinner speaker in London at a welcoming banquet given in his honour by the Pilgrims Societj. Field Marshal Earl Roberts presided and had as supporters Sir F.dwnrd Grey, tlie Far! of Aber deen and Augustine Birrdl, Sir Edward Grey was given a great ovation when he was refe;reJ to _*I


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iftttite
Nullius addi< ins i mi .mi- in verba mai>istri.
Il.-mi, bound to iear lo the Dogmas of no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday June 9. 1913
No. IhOf.
)><-)K |fe a
I'.l'l I >H :, u PBS PI IITOI
OKt'-K i u MARKET STRBKT
i N. P. : \ i \m* .
tf.it, Bex
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, VeuJnei
single copy ... ... j,t.
Tuaaday, rhunday and Saturday
ingle i op* ... ..... ill
vV'''- .......|d
' "thly .......,s ,,i
;'- I v ||
Half Yearly !..,
Vcanv
PAY* ILI in \m KtH 1 .
line
foi i: -I'll; three line
for second insertion; and one peni
line [01 subteqnenl Insertions
Arivpitisfiiients under eight line* 4s.
S01 og n( ,ning is
t 1 be Found in the following
: From the correspondence
ol an -1- emed out-island i
n spondi
"I note that the Tariff is now
I louse and am shock-
ed to find that gardening im-
ments, wire fencing,and i
toes will no longer be on
the free list."
"'IIk Governor talks about
ieulturt, the Press urges peo-
ple to return to the soil, and the
House says, "you farmers, you
want to grow potatoes to sell,
we'll pay dut yon theseed." What
a policy noes, picks and cut*
la les are necessary and barl ed
who is also necessary in Fencing
for pastures. Have our Legisla-
tors thought of these absurd ob-
stacles ?"
"Weathei dry.Rain much
needed. Condition of crops
frightful."
"There'sa wliisp r of an effort
to form a company to i urchase
a small sisal cleaning machine.'*
"Onion cultivation will be
taken up and seed has been or.
dercd."
We can only say that if the
changes in the tariff noticed by
our correspond) nt are correct, it
is a suicidal policy, winch can
otrry toe followed by blind n en
\Vi have nol yel seenthi
ed new tariff, but when we
do we maj be counted upon to
1 pp e with all our might and
' nergyanj obstai Its m the way
"ft: n of Agrii ultt
j>
HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Notii s of motions f<-r Monday
1 vt iiing, 91I1 June, 1913.
Quest ion.
Mr. Moseley
In \ 1--.'. ii( v. h it was said in the
I louse on the see nd reading an I
committal ol the \udii hill, will
1 G meat recommend that a
1 'si n.iI .ill-1.-. 1 no be gianted to
Nig< I Bruo B in tide w hile hold-
ing the office of Auditoi ol Public
Accounts of I he Colony ?
Hills.
Sei >nd Reading and Committal.
Mr (iamblin
A Bill to regulate the Carriage
of Passengers on vessels arriving
in or departing From the Colony
and for nil er purposi 1,
Mr. AI bury
'I hat the I louse do again resolve
1 If into a committee of the
le I louse on the Appropi iation
Bill.
'I'lnrtl Reading and Passing.
Mr. Sands
A Mill In consolidate and amend
the law relating to the encourage*
incut of Manufactories mid tlie
building and keeping of Hotels.
Vote of Indemnity,
Mr. Sands
The second reading of the fol-
lowing Resolution:
Resolved that this House will
indemnify the Receivei General
and I'reasurei in paying out of the
I reasury by warrant in the usual
manner to the Governor in Coun-
cil the sum of 39. us. nd. being
the actual excess fin addition to
put of .the sum of 120 granted
In Vote of Indemnity on the 1st
March last) of expenditure on item
No. 79 of the Appropriation Act
1912 for food lor prisoners in the
Nassau Prison.
Also.
The suspension of Rules 10 and
15 and the Third reading of the
above Vote of Indemnity.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Miss dc Glanville, Telephone
' Operator has been granted I
i ibsence from the 3rd to 16th
inst.
Miss Phyllis Frith has been ap-
pointi d V ting relephone Opera-
tor.
I he o signstion by Mr. W. J.
Symonette "I his appointment as
.1 lusticeof the Peace has been
a 1 -pled.
A. K. Solomon Esq., has teen
ap| ointed a temp irary member of
the Board of Public Works.
FOREIGN Mails perSchr.
miral" to Miami will be closed on
Tuesday 10th at 2 p. .n.
^ INTERINSULAR Mails per
Schr, "Columbia" for Inagua,
Long Cay, Aclclins, Rum Cay :
Clarence Town, Long I The
Bight, Arthurs Town, San Salva-
doi ; will be closed on Thursday
I2th inst. at 1 1 a. m.
cTblegr \M>
June 9th 191.3.
E psom, 7th, I he ('alts Slakes
was won to-day by J. M. Joell
"Jest". Of tlie onyinal 283 entries
for the stakes of 25,000 only
twelve turned out for the race.
New York. 7. American lawn
tennis players paved the way !
.1 trip to England by defeating the
Australian team two straight mat-
ches in the Davis Cup prelimina-
ries here to-day.
All that is needed to cinch the
American teams victory is to win
one of the three remaining mat-
ches.
London, 7. Walter II. Pag .
the new American Ambassadei to-
night received his baptism of lire
B8 an after dinner speaker in Lon-
don at a welcoming banquet given
in his honour by the Pilgrims So-
cietj. Field Marshal Earl Roberts
presided and had as supporters Sir
F.dwnrd Grey, tlie Far! of Aber
deen and Augustine Birrdl, Sir
Edward Grey was given a great
ovation when he was refe;reJ to
_*-
I


T II I R
l N E
1
l y other speaker* \s ::
maker of Europi."'
Washin r. i, ;. I lie principle
of cotnpulsmv arbitration written
into the code ihnl lias bound the
United Stales itli twei tj foui
i ations "f the world for the last
five years, is in serious dai
and unless there is a decided clwnce
in sentiment in the senate the ie-
newal of twentv I the ti
of the nati< i such a
policy may be im|
I i i xecut i ion to-night :h;
n I iled t'> ratify re-
ne iIs t Iration with
t Br lain, Italy .uid S|
u hich recent b expin
Londim. ;. Thi Gn ek
K-'l fs Bttl
to-d iy
t ho terms ol :
. 7 Three In
Smei : i hern
I a ma ulipas ha ve rii m mded i n n
lorg message to President Wilson
sent through the consul berr t.n
know ''One- for ill" u hither tlicv
can expect prte< tion from their
home ::m einm t, ince thev "I I
not de ire in i '.. n- isur^s foi
i < i \ Gold Bar Pin. with :
Ami thysts.
Liberal Reward
(in d......rv it l*ril u" (flic,
jZachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June*9
With a fine line op Lai
Dri Goods, Prints, I >rill,
I I ntsShirts, Under Waists
Call Early aid See New StocK
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
AI I ANDSTi
\ i h nil I ; f,om
Hops (initnin tonic
valu -i, ut |, ,t u ii|,.
out effects, price Gd.
bottle, s-
LIME .11 \\ll" \(,.\F.
1'nit-. ;'. I. < >u irts
SI' tKKLIN l\K.
Pint* j\ I
RINGER VI I & i.lXGl .1 i:
^ pint l'
U .1- PHICI i IJY THE
\
SOLD A I HL \( K'S
222 May St. v and
THE NASSAU C \\I>Y
Kl u ni-.v.
II. S. BLACK, \-nt
NOTICE
D, ing n y absenct fim the ("-
limy, j Sii r will act
as my All
STANLEY El 0
< EIVIVG I
AT BLAC K'S

and I HE K VSSAU i ANDY
KITC1II
HUNTLEY .v I'M Ml -
\l
I in i
i lb.
\ P Petit Bi urre,
1, 11 f
CR \'A I> IRI) '- IV Mi I' H. in 1
ll>. I
,,
at is.
Cm' '"i I' ffs ''..
LIP I ON S c< >o >A.
.J II'. tins i .
2 < /. .. 'I
THE SPECIAL CAM. AT
THE ROYAL stout:
OUR li
I .
( iolden Stai Fh ur
and I i l"iir i
I itennial Flour \-\ 11
i'i _:- In i in Vm
I'.iiiwn Sugar mi ;li ()ur
nee white and clean, best in town
sell ing .it 4 I. per quart.
All >nr Grocei i's are fii ~!i and
' i'-
Pun I 'i Rum at"
[\MFS 5ALNDER: 8
N o-m X. P.
Drill
A |
DO YOU REALISE
the importance of pure Soap i
Do you know that
Sunlight Soap
make clothes whiter, and
lighter ? True economy i
use a pure Soap. Sunligh
Soap is guaranteed >
pure, therefore can- f/^
not destroy your fy
clothes. Preserve
your clothes by
using Sunlight Soap.
rtt
LEVER BROTHERS
Port Sunlight, I.ngl
TELLS
ABOUT
,^2l
50000 BOOKS
Free Uy Mail
WOfTfH SW TO ANY MAN
tun
HOMES
CURB1
OF
MEN'S AILMENTS
, man dl.
qui 1 I w..odriul free h. li t i- in |
I w^4l rw* m prlvall) cur* hlrrtMH at j
horns, 'I
i I
r
I
i and .
ihi* **>* win h a ravAUaa>
......whoif new luw mi l
.
. Id-UlffM hralth. ^Irancflt
.,,,.,..... HIIHIHOW your (..*.*
tuiJ.:t.H ."h 1 FrtCC, j t .... : *<"i H
DR. JOS. LISTER & CO. >
lot.
Ckiugt, III!.. US.*.
\ Tt 71*. would i for in all wlx ' Ce
\ \ I of II WWW CIGARS I
il ihe In ^um.il
ut. 11)
1 i i manufactured >n iui poinises b\ workmA
' ' .-. i. i | ii I.- n( Ml pel in' i|n 1111 v. :|
I li'1 mi- I lead n|>>'<|
ill" pat i'i irs,
|. I. SAI NDI RS & Co.
D iv Strd
W. A. MATHF.R.
UNDERTAKER
i
N OT I (" R
i* t'> inform my Patrons
...... ..m' Public in ienern I
\> plete outfit i-f (hat I have op mi d my Public
Dlack Smith simp; and am now
H' ol
(ienetal repair or
ially. All w
Me< hanically.
P. A. Huvlir,
4S3 Hay Street. East (Wharf)
I\ES1RES to inform his fi It j' Trills i~
J iiml tin Public ili-.i he has J and tl
i re te outfit tf
i.t of an un-
: in in a
positi irrv out 1 tint
in.i\ In i iiru-icd to his raie iih
system mid .1
fully
niv Pi is lust and prove tli.u they
are (he vcrj lo .- t for first class
work.
&'- Cutlery'
I fine a* >i tment R \/< IRS
Table Knives
Pocket Kin'
But< In r Knives
Rread Kn
I'.n v ihi: Seti mi I ai
i
v SCISSORS.
for sale l>y
Chas. E Alburi
*
T
ft


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