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T H £ T RIBL' N E ti*ns ol) "Empire Pay" at Long Cay, ami have mi doubt th.it Longcanians will all HCcept ill' account fur what it is worth, and not at its fac* 1 value. Truth is stranger than Fiction but your Corre-pi ndent is stranger than both. JAS. E.B. WILLIAM^. J IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT. May. a— Chas. Edwards—Drunk in street— 5s. or 4 (lays. Wanted T wo C1GAM MAKERS Apply to J. P. SANDS CO. CABLEGRAMS Milford Haven, Wales 9 —An explosion occurred today in the engine room of the Submarine E 5. One man was mortally injured and ten others were severely burned. d Wlll act as inv Attoin's. STANLEY ELLIOTT London, 9.—A Vienna dispatch Jas. Nlclntosh — Larceny of one say-. : "War is inevitable almot, case of mill; valued 23s, goods and between the Balkan allies, ncc-rdchattels of J,ones Lencher Saunders I '"g to a Sofia dispatch, which de—2 months imprisonment. 1 claies that the solution of thecal William Pitt—Breach Dog net must not be looked for before License Act—-3s. ; June 17th. Enormous excitement Henry Bethel —Loudly shouting j prevails. and using profane language withinsight and hearing of persons in %  London, 9.— Emily Davison. the public street —Bound in his own first martyr to the militant effort* recog'ce in £m to come up for sen"f woman to obtain the right of tence within 6 months if called up. suffrage died tod iy as the result of on. Chas. Sands and Jos. Parks — Fighting in public street— 1 is or 9 days and 7s. or 6 days respective4—John Pintard—I. Dmnk in public street—5s. or 4 days. II, Us I a fractured skull sustained man attempt to siop the km I during the running < f the Derbv. Speaking with greil emotion at a Hyde Park meeting tins afternon Mrs. Despard said she Imped that the c.ise "f Miss Davison would ing profane language on same ockindle a flame in the pulse ol men casion—9. or 8 days, ; which would end the p esenl Wm. Pinder—-Loudly shouting [situation, in the public Street—8s, or 7 days. I N'arion Parriogion Usinj fane and indecent language pro-i 1 mton,Englsarf, 9.—The court with|grandstand t the n lurst Parl WHS in sight and hearing of persons in destroyed by fire to night. The the neighbourhood—ios.or9days, flames spread to the other stand of Kathleen Lynch -As-aulting ""famous race course and also to and heating Lydia McBride -Dis tn '-' stables. The hie is believed 10 missed. • b the work of suflragettes. Cecilia Scott—Using language within hearing of persons in Mieet I Mexico City. 9.—The governtowards Johanna Johnson tending ment will not attempt to| re-cap to a breach of the peace Dismissed, [turn Matamoras immediately it Percy Sargent — Using language \ W 'H organize as soon as possible a in public Street towards Julia Mc column of 20.000 but for the preNeil tending to a breach of the I sent these troops are not available, peace required to be bound in sum I of £io to keep the peace for 3; Washington, 9.—Revising their months and pay 3s.c1.sts. In'/lefault j policy against clem, cratic lead rs 8 davs imprisonment. in Ihe senate have decided in put Sarah Roker—Breach Dog (•countervailing duty on imports >f License Act—Dismissed. live-stock and grains, fresh meats, 5—Jos. Timothy—I and II. Illflour and other .grain products. treating a horse by beating same A counter vail in ; duty means while harnessed to a carriage— that the United States will charge Fined6s. or 6 days for each offence. "" imports of these products a Jas. Johnson—Throwing stones duty compensatory to any duty 10 tbedanger of persons in public!'hey may be charged by another %  treet—8s. or 7 days. country against \merioa "n her 7—Nathan Deaii—Breach Dog exports of the same commodities. License Act4s. Granvilla Haley—Assaulting j London^.—Walter H. Page, the and beating John A. Johnson—14s, American Ambassador, is com pi i or 12 days 1 """f'l in editorials appearing in the newspnpeis today on his first speech 'in England, made at the buiquet given in his honour by the Pile ims. The writers express pleasure that he devoted his speech to cement the bonds of friendship between the two countries. London, oThe verdict of $soo Ragtime Piano Playing: P OSITIVELY taught any person in 10 to 20 lessons. Success guaranteed, (.'all or write for Free Booklet. WALT. F. WEIR. Dillett street V Dillett street. I Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 I WITH A PINE LINE OP LADIES DRESS GOODS, PRIN I S, I IRILL, GENTS SHIRTS, UNDER WAISTS Call Early and See New Stock KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALL AND STOUT. A delicious Ii m l. I rew d from I lops containing -ill the tonic Value o| ale and Stout but without the after effects, price 6d. bottle. ^s d,i/. LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7M. Quart* tod. SPARKLING VALENTO WINE Pints 7 J<| per dog, 6s. GINGER \i K & GINGER BEER Pints 6 I, I'-'i d"/ SPECIAL PRICES BY THE C sSES. SOLD \ I BLACK'S 222 Bay St. and THE NASSAU CANDY Kl ICHEN. 11. s. BLACK, Agrnt. Sheffield Cutlery a fine assortment of: RAZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives Carving Sets in 1 ases, and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E. Albury. RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT R I. A CKa ..j Bay-Street and I HE NASSAU CANDY KIK HEN. I I I s I LEV \ I'M.MERS 1 NEW G I Luck Biscuits I 1 is'nnd m h.iif pound packets .it IS. 3d, per II). Iluntley & Palmers Petit I'eurre, Mai ie md 1 loron ition, in half pound pa. Lets. CR \'A I 1 IRD'S Butter Purls in J |l>. packets at 4d, „ "Ufillit" and Puff Creams at is. 6 I, per lb. Currant Pulls at 1/3 lb, LIP TON'S C( I >A. I H'. tins Is. a o/. ,. 6d. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE R.OVAL STORE O UR "Royal" Household Brand F toui selling at 2d pence per lb, and 30s, per bug of 196 lbs, "(Solden Star Flour 2 lbs for jJd. and "Laurel Brand" Flour," 2 lbs Centennial Flout per bag Pigs Keel in Vinegai at 7 I. per In, Brown Sugar nl sfd.pei lb Our ; rue white and cle.-oi, best in town selling at 41I. per quart. All om Uroceriesare fresh and f;o'-il ipi-i lily and cheap. Pine Jamaica Rum at 10s, par 1 gallon. |AMFS I SAUNDERS & Co. Nassau N. P. 11.1 hi iinas. \| lil 15th 1913. NOT I C E. T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; nnd am now ready to do anything in the line Ol General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All svork done Mechanically. P. A. Pluyler, 453 Bay Street. Last (Wharf; WILLIAMS' SHOES ARE Bl II LU. tV, A. MATHER. L V I)LK TAKER D ESIRES tO inform his friends and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an undertaker, which places linn in n position to carry out Funerals that may he entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respectfully solicits their patronage


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Nvillius (\dtln Ins |urnrc in verbs m.>,>i-.11 i. Mcinii bound lo twc&r to the Dogmas of no Master VOL. X. N.vssiu, N. !.. Bahamas. Wednesday June II. 1913 No. IMt.S I 1T~ LEON I., i. DUPI i li. R oil t'Kol'KIt lH OKKk' • M i, \l VUKKT STKEK1 Mas .111 N. P., I MI AMAs. V, •*••* ]•. %  PUBLI IHED IJ ul.1 Monday, Vednetday ami Friday— tin Kle r op) ruatday .in i %  • %  i ii ''.i ) !•• r|tt id rVeekll ... ... 4 5.l \1n itlil\ it. 4-1 '^iiaitr' l\ |>. rtalfYem Pen v i' P V V \".l I IN a l>\'.\ Advertising Ratei Six pence i"'i line f.H iii-i imertion three pence pel line %  K second insertion: and onepennj 1 ei line. • ••'ii iruwrt \ h %  linei ^IV igress is bring made in the fU 1 • ;. 1 1 ( • c \A Ml oil. 1 Ine %  'I Hie towei s has ranched 1 t itf sixty few or MUMP and the found ition %  • the secon I one is being 1 >i' %  1 >.11 ••us itone budding mi tin' ground between I be Manse ;MUI I 11" Fnrui" which will greatly improve tli.it localily. The 1 n'l'in ises, at the ('"HUT of Ma r 111 < • 1 %  111 '_ %  11 ; 111 I Qu< an Streets hns haen greatly improved b\ Mr. F. W 'I McPherscn. I lie "Fiances li.' lias had new anginas installed in 1 rr, nnd in .-1 few 'lavs may be expected to make a trial run, The piopert) at tlie cmiwi of Slmli'v Str< being improved. The roof of the new St. John Chapel is about t.. lie shingled. We. understan I that the Cathedral Organ is beyond renaii ; tins is the daciiinn of the builder's man who came down last steamer to examine it. We don't think that this organ is nvet liltv years old. ; ri M s to li 1 l 1 cr schoi i nai "Sar*tIi I'". will I e nn
  • r ['ire Hi igade (.'in !< %  1 Clnh ai ri the \\ ande art L'rii ket Club will | y .1 match "ii •: I tern Pura le on Friday afteinooii at 3 1 (Ii j The 'Julia I lii prlived this morning fiom Miami M ii h a cargo ol I uml ei, shing l<" a d Ice and the (• 'How ing pa \!e-i! 1 %  Webb, 1.01 \\ 1 lii., 1 lenn 11' 1 Will i;un5, Savildn Williams, Mat red Williams, and CB hrineSainhei ; \! ---is -smith, I lei bert Bow a, Tli Clai fce, Ji i 11 ^aundi rs, Tho. -1 1-, |ohii Sears, Cornelius Johnsou, Michael Stubl %, I iei Gai. ler, I liar as Maxey, Kdwin Bui S11 nil, Lond in I ergurson, Lhailes Butler, Orman J dins' 111. Samuel ( liai Iton, San uel New I old, Alex Willian s, William Paiks, Samuel McKenzia, George Sttirrup, Benjamin Findlev, Joseph b>, Ji ihn Clear, N ithaniel 1 ington, Thomai Burrows Aii-iin Burrows.and Alfred King I The Si hoouei "I laltie Darling" arrived this morning from Miami w itli a cargo ol Lumber, Shingles nnd Gasoline, and the following I assangeis : — \| -. s Blunelia Scott, and latliari'i* Wiiiiins : M.-sis |..,|vwird Johnson, Alunxo Grant, I lie 1 -1 %  i 1 us Addeili y, Richard I i,x|< Ui z r MrPhee, F.dwatd \irnbiister, Z-ick Curry, Henry Williams, I'heo Cartwright, \lbert Smith, Ui iah Russell, I '•<<• Ruhming, Lr w i s Rus*dl, \\ il bert Sands, Nam Rolle, Robert Pratt, Chai Ii i Strai h in, Ch u Adderkey. Hezekialt Smith, Kirkwood Rolle, Daniel Fergu:son, George Sands, Mathew Curry, I uke Rolle, Charles McFee, Timothy Hem, William Cartwrigbt, Osborn Gibson, Zeph New bold, Edward Knowles, Silas, Addarley, John Scoit, I'. |. Cart. wrigln, Samuel Bowe, Tobias Mc Kinnev, Herbert Russell (381 Hi IN Hi 'is;. < >[ %  ASSEMl'.LY. I ui sd %  \ evening. 11 th June %  I he I louse met a< cording to a lj"iiinment. Present : I he I lon'ble, The S|>eakei tt al. The \I-IIHL; Chief Clerk ri ported ' % % %  de 1 erj to tin' Council of M< ss ige ol the 9th. Mr. Sands from the Select Com* m it tee to w hum was 11 fei red the Gov no Ma -. e N 1 a 1, on the Agricultural Devi I pment of the my, reported A Bill to promote the Agricultural Develop inii.t of the Colony and for Other • i, which w is 1 cad a lirst time an I ordered to be printe I. Mr, \lbury A Bill to continue in force certain \cts which will expire with tli<* present on of the Legislature w Inch was r<'id a first time and ordered lo In1 .1 inted, Mr Solomon moved the Third reading of A Hill relating to tlV Board of Public Woiks, and a!>o movei I certain ami ndmeots lh< 1 a. to, winch was parsed as amended.. Mr, Malcolm mowed the third raa ling of .\ Bill to amend The l -ions Amendment Act 1909 which was passed alter certain amendments were made thereto. Ordered that the Acting Chief ("lei k cai 1 \ to t lie I egislativa i '1 uncd the Bills passed the I louse this evening and to request their coneurrenee therein. Mi. Mosalev moved that the question asked l>\ him and the answer thereto re Nigel Bruce HUMISI le he refeired to a Select Committee. Mr. Col*" moved in nmendinant that M'. Moselev's question and answer be not jeferred. (in the aiiiendment, b ing put it w alost. Messrs Moseli %  k I le lej. 1 >i Johnson, Bilce, \. K Solomon, and Bowi n. weie appointed .1 Committee 11 c irdingly. The I louse a I mi til 'I Imi-dav even • •* Nassau N. P. June 1 nil 1913 Editor Tribune In looking over your paper of yesterday's date. 1 was rather Mir. prised to find such an interesting account dealing'with fh -• celebra/


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    Publication Date: Wednesday, June 11, 1913
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    Nvillius (\dtln Ins |urnrc in verbs m.>,>i-.11 i.
    Mcinii bound lo twc&r to the Dogmas of no Master
    VOL. X.
    N.vssiu, N. !.. Bahamas. Wednesday June II. 1913
    No. IMt.S
    I
    1T~
    LEON I., i. DUPI i li.
    R oil t'Kol'KIt lH
    OKKk' m i, \l VUKKT STKEK1
    Mas .111 N. P., I mi AMAs.
    V, ** ].
    PUBLI IHED IJ ul.1
    Monday, Vednetday ami Friday
    tin Kle r op)
    ruatday .in i i ii''.i)
    ! r|tt ..... id
    rVeekll ... ... 45.l
    \1n itlil\ it. 4-1
    '^iiaitr' l\ ...... |>.
    rtalfYem
    Pen v i' -
    P V V \".l I IN a l>\'.\-
    Advertising Ratei Six pence i"'i line
    f.H iii-i imertion three pence pel line
    'K second insertion: and onepennj 1 ei
    line. 'ii iruwrt.....
    \ h linei ^-
    IV igress is bring made in the
    fU 1 ;. 1 1 ( c \A Ml oil.
    1 Ine 'I Hie towei s has ranched 1
    t itf sixty few or mump and
    the found ition the secon I one
    is being 1 >i' 1 >.11 The building of the "hut" is pro-
    ing 1.1 pidly,
    .*
    1) S D. \lo.ili-v Esq is erecting
    ;i corn modi 1 >us itone budding mi
    tin' ground between I be Manse '
    ;muI I 11" Fnrui" which will greatly
    improve tli.it localily.
    The 1 n'l'in ises, at the ('"hut of
    Ma r 111 < 1 111 '_ 11; 111' I Qu< an Streets hns
    haen greatly improved b\ Mr. F.
    W 'I McPherscn.
    I lie "Fiances li.' lias had new
    anginas installed in 1 rr, nnd in .-1
    few 'lavs may be expected to make
    a trial run,
    The piopert) at tlie cmiwi of
    Slmli'v Str< ii is < Ii in gad handi and i> being
    improved.
    The roof of the new St. John
    Chapel is about t.. lie shingled.
    We. understan I that the Cathe-
    dral Organ is beyond renaii ; tins
    is the daciiinn of the builder's man
    who came down last steamer to
    examine it.
    We don't think that this organ
    is nvet liltv years old.
    ; ri M s to li 1 l 1 cr
    schoiinai "Sar*tIi I'". will
    I e nn
  • (tu nmi row l Tin
    *
    We have bar 11 rcq
    1I1 it the I astern Vi lunti >r ['ire
    Hi igade (.'in !< 1 Clnh ai ri the
    \\ ande art L'rii ket Club will | y
    .1 match "ii : I tern Pura le on
    Friday afteinooii at 3 1 (Ii
    j
    The 'Julia I lii
    prlived this morning fiom Miami
    m ii h a cargo ol I uml ei, shing l<"
    a d Ice and the ( 'How ing pa
    \!e-i! 1 Webb, 1.01
    \\ 1 lii., 1 lenn 11' 1 Will i;un5,
    Savildn Williams, Mat red Willi-
    ams, and Cb hrineSainhei ; \! ---is
    - -smith, I lei bert Bow a, Tli
    Clai fce, Ji i 11 ^aundi rs, Tho.
    -1 1-, |ohii Sears, Cornelius John-
    sou, Michael Stubl %, I iei..... Gai.
    ler, I liar as Maxey, Kdwin Bui
    - S11 nil, Lond in I er-
    gurson, Lhailes Butler, Orman
    J dins' 111. Samuel ( liai Iton, San uel
    New I old, Alex Willian s, William
    Paiks, Samuel McKenzia, George
    Sttirrup, Benjamin Findlev, Joseph
    b>, Ji ihn Clear, N ithaniel
    ! 1 ington, Thomai Burrows
    Aii-iin Burrows.and Alfred King
    I
    The Si hoouei "I laltie Darling"
    arrived this morning from Miami
    w itli a cargo ol Lumber, Shingles
    nnd Gasoline, and the following
    I assangeis :
    \| -. s Blunelia Scott, and
    latliari'i* Wiiiiins : M.-sis |..,|-
    vwird Johnson, Alunxo Grant,
    I lie 1 -1 i 1 us Addeili y, Richard
    I i,x|< Ui z r MrPhee, F.dwatd
    \irnbiister, Z-ick Curry, Henry
    Williams, I'heo Cartwright, \l-
    bert Smith, Ui iah Russell, I '<<
    Ruhming, Lr w is Rus*dl, \\ il
    bert Sands, Nam Rolle, Robert
    Pratt, Chai Ii i Strai h in, Ch u
    Adderkey. Hezekialt Smith, Kirk-
    wood Rolle, Daniel Fergu:son,
    George Sands, Mathew Curry,
    I uke Rolle, Charles McFee,
    Timothy Hem, William Cart-
    wrigbt, Osborn Gibson, Zeph
    New bold, Edward Knowles, Silas,
    Addarley, John Scoit, I'. |. Cart.
    wrigln, Samuel Bowe, Tobias Mc
    Kinnev, Herbert Russell (381
    Hi IN Hi 'is;. < >[ ASSEMl'.LY.
    I ui sd \ evening.
    11 th June
    I he I louse met a< cording to
    a lj"iiinment.
    Present : I he I lon'ble, The
    S|>eakei tt al.
    The \i-iihl; Chief Clerk ri port-
    ed '' de 1 erj to tin' Council of
    M< ss ige ol the 9th.
    Mr. Sands from the Select Com*
    m it tee to w hum was 11 fei red the
    Gov no Ma -. e N 1 a 1, on the
    Agricultural Devi I pment of the
    my, reported A Bill to pro-
    mote the Agricultural Develop
    inii.t of the Colony and for Other
    i, which w is 1 cad a lirst
    time an I ordered to be printe I.
    Mr, \lbury A Bill to
    continue in force certain \cts
    which will expire with tli<* present
    on of the Legislature w Inch
    was r<'id a first time and ordered
    lo In- 1.1 inted,
    Mr Solomon moved the Third
    reading of A Hill relating to tlV
    Board of Public Woiks, and a!>o
    movei I certain ami ndmeots lh< 1 a.
    to, winch was parsed as amended..
    Mr, Malcolm mowed the third
    raa ling of .\ Bill to amend The
    l -ions Amendment Act 1909
    which was passed alter certain
    amendments were made thereto.
    Ordered that the Acting Chief
    ("lei k cai 1 \ to tlie I egislativa
    i '1 uncd the Bills passed the I louse
    this evening and to request their
    coneurrenee therein.
    Mi. Mosalev moved that the
    question asked l>\ him and the an-
    swer thereto re Nigel Bruce Humi-
    si le he refeired to a Select Com-
    mittee.
    Mr. Col*" moved in nmendinant
    that M'. Moselev's question and
    answer be not jeferred.
    (in the aiiiendment, b ing put it
    w a- lost.
    Messrs Moseli k I le lej. 1 >i
    Johnson, Bilce, \. K Solomon,
    . and Bowi n. weie appointed
    .1 Committee 11 c irdingly.
    The I louse a I mi til
    'I Imi-dav even
    *
    Nassau N. P.
    June 1 nil 1913
    Editor Tribune
    In looking over your paper of
    yesterday's date. 1 was rather Mir.
    prised to find such an interesting
    account dealing'with fh - celebra-
    /


    T H T RIBL' N E
    ti*ns ol) "Empire Pay" at Long
    Cay, ami have mi doubt th.it Long-
    canians will all HCcept ill' account
    fur what it is worth, and not at its
    fac*1 value.
    Truth is stranger than Fiction
    but your Corre-pi ndent is stranger
    than both.
    JAS. E.B. WILLIAM^.
    J
    IN THE
    MAGISTRATES COURT.
    May.
    a Chas. EdwardsDrunk in
    street 5s. or 4 (lays.
    Wanted
    Two C1GAM MAKERS
    Apply to
    J. P. SANDS CO.
    CABLEGRAMS
    Milford Haven, Wales 9 An ex-
    plosion occurred today in the en-
    gine room of the Submarine E 5.
    One man was mortally injured and
    ten others were severely burned.
    d Cecil Chettertohin Godfrey Isaac's I A Gold Baf Pm,
    suit for libel closes anollici chap Amethysts.
    w 11 h
    ler of iIip ;ippirentl\ in'einii nahle
    cries of M oconi sensations.
    Jupiter, Florida, 10. The gnv
    ernm-nt navy wireless -t 11ion h-'e
    was destroyed by fire to day. Th*
    fir<" was due to an explosion of
    g-isolene.
    Liberal Reward
    On delivery NOTICE
    During my nhserioe fom
    |on\, |;i m s Sinclair
    in the ( '>-
    Wlll act
    as inv Attoin's.
    STANLEY ELLIOTT
    London, 9.A Vienna dispatch
    Jas. Nlclntosh Larceny of one say-. : "War is inevitable almot,
    case of mill; valued 23s, goods and between the Balkan allies, ncc-rd-
    chattels of J,ones Lencher Saunders I '"g to a Sofia dispatch, which de-
    2 months imprisonment. 1 claies that the solution of thecal
    William PittBreach Dog net must not be looked for before
    License Act-3s. ; June 17th. Enormous excitement
    Henry Bethel Loudly shouting j prevails.
    and using profane language within- ----------
    sight and hearing of persons in ' London, 9. Emily Davison. the
    public street Bound in his own first martyr to the militant effort*
    recog'ce in m to come up for sen- "f woman to obtain the right of
    tence within 6 months if called up. suffrage died tod iy as the result of
    on.
    Chas. Sands and Jos. Parks
    Fighting in public street 1 is or
    9 days and 7s. or 6 days respective-
    4John PintardI. Dmnk in
    public street5s. or 4 days. II, Us
    I a fractured skull sustained man
    attempt to siop the km
    I during the running < f the Derbv.
    Speaking with greil emotion at
    a Hyde Park meeting tins afternon
    Mrs. Despard said she Imped that
    the c.ise "f Miss Davison would
    ing profane language on same oc- kindle a flame in the pulse ol men
    casion9. or 8 days, ; which would end the p esenl
    Wm. Pinder-Loudly shouting [situation,
    in the public Street8s, or 7 days. I
    N'arion Parriogion Usinj
    fane and indecent language
    pro-i 1 mton,Englsarf, 9.The court
    with- |grandstand t the
    n
    lurst Parl
    Whs
    in sight and hearing of persons in destroyed by fire to night. The
    the neighbourhoodios.or9days, flames spread to the other stand of
    Kathleen Lynch -As-aulting ""- famous race course and also to
    and heating Lydia McBride -Dis tn'-' stables. The hie is believed 10
    missed. b the work of suflragettes.
    Cecilia ScottUsing language -----------
    within hearing of persons in Mieet I Mexico City. 9.The govern-
    towards Johanna Johnson tending ment will not attempt to| re-cap
    to a breach of the peace Dismissed, [turn Matamoras immediately it
    Percy Sargent Using language \ W'H organize as soon as possible a
    in public Street towards Julia Mc column of 20.000 but for the pre-
    Neil tending to a breach of the I sent these troops are not available,
    peace required to be bound in sum I ----------
    of io to keep the peace for 3; Washington, 9.Revising their
    months and pay 3s.c1.sts. In'/lefault j policy against clem, cratic lead rs
    8 davs imprisonment. in Ihe senate have decided in put
    Sarah RokerBreach Dog (countervailing duty on imports >f
    License ActDismissed. live-stock and grains, fresh meats,
    5Jos. TimothyI and II. Ill- flour and other .grain products.
    treating a horse by beating same A counter vail in ; duty means
    while harnessed to a carriage that the United States will charge
    Fined6s. or 6 days for each offence. "" imports of these products a
    Jas. JohnsonThrowing stones duty compensatory to any duty
    10 tbedanger of persons in public!'hey may be charged by another
    treet8s. or 7 days. country against \merioa "n her
    7Nathan DeaiiBreach Dog exports of the same commodities.
    License Act- 4s. '---------
    Granvilla HaleyAssaulting j London^.Walter H. Page, the
    and beating John A. Johnson14s, American Ambassador, is com pi i
    or 12 days 1 """f'l in editorials appearing in
    " the newspnpeis today on his first
    speech 'in England, made at the
    buiquet given in his honour by the
    Pile ims.
    The writers express pleasure that
    he devoted his speech to cement
    the bonds of friendship between
    the two countries.
    London, o- The verdict of $soo
    Ragtime Piano
    Playing:
    POSITIVELY taught any per-
    son in 10 to 20 lessons. Suc-
    cess guaranteed, (.'all or write for
    Free Booklet.
    WALT. F. WEIR.
    Dillett street
    V Dillett street. I
    Zachary Taylor
    Will open at 8 & 10 Market
    St. on Monday June 9
    I With a pine line op Ladies
    Dress Goods, Prin i s, I irill,
    Gents Shirts, Under Waists
    Call Early and See New Stock
    KOPS
    NON-ALCOHOLIC
    BEVERAGES.
    ALL AND STOUT.
    A delicious Iiml. I rew d from
    I lops containing -ill the tonic
    Value o| ale and Stout but with-
    out the after effects, price 6d.
    bottle. ^s d,i/.
    LIME CHAMPAGNE.
    Pints 7M. Quart* tod.
    SPARKLING VALENTO WINE .
    Pints 7J<| per dog, 6s.
    GINGER \i K & GINGER BEER
    Pints 6 I, I'-'i d"/
    SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
    C sSES.
    SOLD \ I BLACK'S
    222 Bay St. and
    THE NASSAU CANDY
    Kl ICHEN.
    11. s. BLACK, Agrnt.
    Shef-
    field
    Cutlery
    a fine assortment of:
    RAZORS
    Table Knives
    Pocket Knives
    Butcher Knives
    Bread Knives
    Carving Sets in 1 ases,
    and
    SCISSORS.
    for sale by
    Chas. E. Albury.
    RECEIVING THIS WEEK
    AT R I. A CKa
    ..j Bay-Street
    and I HE NASSAU CANDY
    KIK HEN.
    II Is' I LEV \ I'M.MERS
    1 NEW G.....I Luck Biscuits
    I 1 is'- nnd m h.iif pound packets
    .it IS. 3d, per II).
    Iluntley & Palmers Petit I'eurre,
    Mai ie md 1 loron ition, in half
    pound pa. Lets.
    CR \'A I 1 IRD'S Butter Purls in J
    |l>. packets at 4d,
    "Ufillit" and Puff Creams
    at is. 6 I, per lb.
    Currant Pulls at 1/3 lb,
    LIP TON'S C( I >A.
    I H'. tins Is.
    a o/. ,. 6d.
    THE SPECIAL CALL AT
    THE R.OVAL STORE
    OUR "Royal" Household
    Brand F toui selling at 2d
    pence per lb, and 30s, per bug of
    196 lbs,
    "(Solden Star Flour 2 lbs for jJd.
    and "Laurel Brand" Flour," 2 lbs
    Centennial Flout per bag
    Pigs Keel in Vinegai at 7 I. per In,
    Brown Sugar nl sfd.pei lb Our
    ; rue white and cle.-oi, best in town
    selling at 41I. per quart.
    All om Uroceriesare fresh and
    f;o'-il ipi-i lily and cheap.
    Pine Jamaica Rum at 10s, par
    1 gallon.
    |AMFS I SAUNDERS & Co.
    Nassau N. P.
    11.1 hi iinas.
    \| lil 15th 1913.
    NOT I C E.
    THIS is to inform my Patrons
    and the Public in General
    that I have opened my Public
    Black Smith Shop; nnd am now
    ready to do anything in the line Ol
    General repair or new work Horse
    Shoeing Specially. All svork done
    Mechanically.
    P. A. Pluyler,
    453 Bay Street. Last (Wharf;
    WILLIAMS'
    SHOES
    ARE Bl II LU.
    tV, A. MATHER.
    LVI)LK TAKER
    DESIRES tO inform his friends
    and the Public that he has
    just received a complete outfit of
    facilities for the business of an un-
    dertaker, which places linn in n
    position to carry out Funerals that
    may he entrusted to his care with
    system and despatch ; and respect-
    fully solicits their patronage my Prices first and prOVt that they
    aie the very lowest for first class
    \\ 01 k.


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