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TT T II E1MUM Gbe tribune eral Government haa bad the power of tilling vacancies as men have been appointed t< Thursday, Juno 12. I9IV. >r died. An unofl cjal Home Rule Bill for Scotland passed its second reading at the i d of May. The and thai II. W*. LiglitbOTfflEsq! judges have retired We are glad to hear that the dispute over the breach of con tract by the F. E. C. II. Co. last .' i ler is to BO to arbitration Scotcl) members who framed it is our arbitrator A hotter choice for a single le K is could hardly be made. The undermentioned gentlestarting from where they di sed in the forenoon, mai eastward to the town limit, north, entered Victoria porarily as foiii s. Di C. C Sweeting, Board ol turned Education," E! V.*Solom"on EsqT "**. ^" l f '" "' time tli.it d i led around the M arine I inducts Boar I, W. K Moore I sq., Board of Pilotag lative chain In \Y, onij we presume that there is no expectation of passinfi the Bill in this Parliament. I e idea of the promoters is most likely to it before the a at next (ieni ral El %  the hope of passing it in tl Parliament. next The irdian"; lishes an article from thai h Tory Londi a Evening paper "Thi on tin ,>tte question. It is well worth read ing. Tin spiti ful and mi i %  es lo Mr. Llovd 11 In spite of the "Globe" ,t i mains true that Mr. LI George is, like Sir Edward Giev, a convinced and earnest advo 11. re the committ e on decoi ition had erected a pa. Tenders are called for, "Foi vilion and deftl) adorned and constructing rubble walls, and decorated it with flags and buntalterations to entrance steps in j rl the grounds X irth ol G I Mr. F. C. C. Lightbourn It is rumoUl the Colonial I lotel will be opene I winter and will run for at hast [) nted i I adet. i .* j* EMPIRE DAY. It is said als , th it the next i • contract With the Ward lane. will be earned out bysuch h B ^ ,!1 •'' • as tie "1 a I Mond ly, Maj 2( th, treat "Mont Weheartoo, thai day foi LongCa ery Dr. |o nson, W W I the Ward Line intend to send hot I normally hoi until C.H.Lowe. Here the itclass steamers like the it rained. Neverl ,, il was waxed so enthi ti inloyalty "Saral "Havana" i the biggest, the brightest and and patmtism that the proi B i I. I "National Ami: nred 1,v Marshal Wi rid the s| and n ; for th %  pl a | the i maindei of And it was here I've I to the speed an man Win T. Cla l m i for the v il \d this maj be best of any 24th of May 01 Linonly I ure 1 asi d 1 >n probabilities, Bui il all tnav I 1 t; We are nil ious OS to v. ho is Arbitrator for the Florida E. Co. I lotel Co. in the disagreement cate ol Woman's Suffrage. I between that company and this . en I" And--, u Ihere are other matters thai overnment with refei nee to lo las mind more urgi I lu-Mi imi Mail conti t. while, I n Daj thai we have spent in held in al "O I" said a little girl i of the ladies and fellow townsof eleven summers standing near 1 %  terse, ""' me a listened to the Band pr< i mptu it l h that lo;. 11. re the sp >rts f r th and he is not ugh to di [ay or endanger th by splitting the Cabini I on suffi n We fi : ever, that there may be some truth in the refi :es to Mr. McKenna. Though partisan rancour is too severe on him in the difficult position to which he has bi en brou ht,he hardly ma man enough for his j B it il must be remi mbered that there is danger m handling w >• Money, of : : I rs. is and heard united i ul bursts of applause; "What a grand day tin-is the grand A id day : wi i ] >ay • ir run1 the first 1 whil "• nty d and fell ; At i" a.m. the children all and who. verv in i r e ly re<.f ill.'in from the tenden si rds, an I nearl the going up in at 1 Conadult population dn stabulan Bai this v "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Mr, Origen Herman Mason and Mr. Alexander Eldnt] having proved them ; l ; ; 1| '" 1 1. ireh when the'u white and ad rued with and etl met at tin h to the I 'av. 1 li a by the B. nd, and marshalled into ln,e l>v Jose (i \1 lura am I Tie 0 A. \\ ill j ims, l.s |uir< s, the I r icession s arted with lla %  fly ing and masic playing for the A. m - 8 vi III imiiuni'i; wu. %  w unurcn wnere me uev. vvm. .1 men harshly. Severity is quite aminati u itly held under (Tucker, visiting chrgvmanfi n as likely to make the govern' V s r "The Public r; a) | s |and, held Divi 1 ment unpopular as a too lenient rt Act, i %  and delivered one ol the ven attitude would lie. 1 havi 1 a Dnoinred as follows • A i,a.c _,..,ii,..i • .1 ,.. got a verdict against Mr. C< il G neral and Tr rs Depart Chesterton over the Marconi ment. business, and has been awarded Mr. Sidm y Alexander Eldon £100 damages. We venture to t be Clerk in the Auditor of believe that the case of Mr. I Public Accounts.Department*. Isaacs must have been very >,,-,,, •, strong to secure such damages. attitude would I Ilia' ppoinred Idiesses on tin lal i< |uee.. e ,. ? j, Mr.Qrigen Herman Mason to that it I as been our pleasure tn so Mr.^ Godfrey Isaacs has be Fourth Clerk in the Receiver listen to. His masterful 1 lo quatn d and stirred that nu Iii 111 e as perhaps 1 have ne pr been move I before This ended, the pa lin arranged Into marching order, the procession marched ^ through the town, and came to London juries are strongly Tory. Ef, 3 ^ Recent actions against Liberals we*K* leave ol absm. e ..... , ,, have i-.„ed in heavy (\,,:u ,tn ult being fastened on the defend The undermentioned • yh n 1 otiti !il qu< stii n nominated Trustees of are before the Court n British the Nassau Library A ., for one jurj isapl t< If. Mnnv year. Torjtiud ;es. al |>t to Th 11 mhl i I A. Holmes M X' ul D.. James M. Rae. Esq., Frank]son street opposit. Wectioiy Petitions. It is well Holmes Esq., His Honour V. C. ibchuol. mat tor a stretch of years a LibWells Durrant, K. C, I At i p mi a s cond processio i thi I Inion Jack. I laving ex tsed th ii loyalty to the Hug have of Empire a flag which stands foi so much to e\ ery true lint pi icession again start headed by the Band) and an ived and dispersed on Robin:. the Public led I ing himself tim < rt -' p i ll .11 '.d nly Ited i %  ,: t n II of rain dou n. rvi • %  ill cooling on the "heat w but in erfei d ith the pro[•gramme making it impossible the proceedings of daj rhi fun of climbing the i b ig and i left unfimshed. I lere refreshments ran short and no one to ,u ll Wat wine"' as did the Man of NHZ lh tw enty i entiu ies .* > \ > pread its pall over the land end o : an, -one' i said. "What is thai then I reme nber id "The M >n \ tually, -i Bonfire b irnin,' on liinpiie I) iv, n< lighted on the heights of Craiggowan in celebration of the fall of Sebastopol ; but lighted and burning ai the bluff of th 'i <>f winch the Empire has l> i u th • so man) centuries and i" recognition and l"-< : of that "I thai i^ust parioualily, who "though dad, yet speaketh." The Band is a great acqulsiJ



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II 1 HE T RICUN I tion to this town. The. fad is, it is becoming a necessity and h i feasinglj 'I he Commi si x, in my opinion, i leeplj inten in the organization as its founder, lie wants to see "the boys" in uniform an attire that is inguishing and cliarai I tic of the organization. Tl i "the boys" i an buy lor thi mselvi s, but since its inception, the general publii have derivi d mil' h benefit from it. Henee, the p of Empire I lay, m to swell the i already in hand fiom the '•nt rtainment reported in "Tribune"by Will Fern. "The I are all right. They look right without the uniform, they blow well without this disliu guishing attire ; hut when they uniformed, my opinion is, j wiH look better.blo trains of music and will ''' i /.lion to which thej be!< Commi) W'm. T. has been the first repro sentative of the I %  iv< rnment to observe Empii 11, Birthday of th at t and n •! queenly woman of history in so demoi cular a man tul ite bun for his lovalty and triotism as an ofn ial %  I nf the Crown and I in pire ; also f r his efl >rl aio ise in us th it M ntim( loyalty and patriotism in (he he i minds of thi of tins District. LongCav, F.I. %  >th May, 1913. (allied the pupils around the world with the*|Union Jack stopping at every possession an 1 si < w in and population and its use, wheth market or entrepot for British goo Is coaling or refresh lions or naval or military position. The National Anthem was then sung. All of the children were th ;n marched to tl where they made a larg nd the Gn rnment 1 ii "I lag of Br lain' %  then very impressive!) sung and th I Lag wa | Fllo %  d and three • heers given for King and Empire, afl wbi :h they wen: dismissed. J. H. S. .iv would be interesting, \ it mu > u 1 tiuu was made in school as the l*l His I. lew y's Pro 11 mat ion, and norder ol.O Id Fellows was to I a y t h e ( hall on the I^Oth Queea M Birthdaj spo ts wen postpo Until then Kit the Teachei early 011 tin unfui led the I 'up HI lackal • resided and all those wli > had Red, W and Blue flags, unfurled them to thu breeze. The pupils were called in s'cjgool at 10 o'clock, mid after singing patrioi ings, he addressed them on the ITEMS OF NEWS EXTR \Cli:i) FROM ENGLISH PAPERS. On Mon i iv, M \ 1 >, the SuGovi n announced that tin D nka Expedition undei Major Fielden *as sue hil. The fon e met w itli a good deal of hostility, and more than once hands of Dinkas had to be he J dispersed, but there was no orpan: ed n sistauce I object of the expedition • attained, the only casualMi. i soldiers woun Ied. I he 1 h'nkas' losses were trifling. The soldii 5we I %  1 rably from the int heat. 1 narkable result of th %  dition is that an men i" igion to the north of SVau has b 11 opi ned to 1 iviliz ition and administration. 1 v\ %  to the hostility en^ red 1 trai srsing I. on the housed ol tri lea leu were burn -1. blast of the whistle a sound like the report of a gun followed. I had read before of icebergs bursting, and now I coul I h it ca viliration from the a 1 of our whistle." Captain I. 1 pointed out the pi which ha on the lid that had inst the ship at any other angle rn more damage must hai done. At least 1 would ha*1 been love right in. Monday, May 13. A wireless telegram from Dr. Mi m' Antarctic expedition states that the first number of a newspaper named the "Adelie Blizzard" has been published at the present headquarters ol I Ion rs Dr. Maclean, editor, • his gn etin'gs to the "Blizzard's" contemporaries. The telegram adds that the tion hut is practically snowed up, and that I guins and seals disapeared shortly before the bay b< came frozen over. Only the Antai Snow petrels now remain. T >e members of the party, who are well, are colle :ting data Ri uti r. it to become law over the vote of the house of lords. I le Unionists h > n the it with tin 11 hopes running than at any tim< |uith be ame prime mini le the 1 ire ring from the 1 I of style "Marconitis." London, II. -By order of the executors of the estate of the late Sir I.awrenceJAlmal'adema of the sale of his collection of antique furniture and objects d' art was begun by Hampton and Sons to-day. London, 11.— The trial of the suffragettes lea Ii rs charged with %  onspiracv under the m ilicious damage to property act b< g n to-day at the central criminal court. Little interest red to be shown by the general publi .11 the trial. London, 11.—Sir Ernest Shackletoil while presiding at 'he Evans lecture in Queens I lall t night, said : The warfare of the South is not over Sri nands it and otlu 1 cp dil ions w ill be going forward soon.' These winds are interpreted as an indication that Shackleton hi 11,-' 11 is contemplating garding thi nl the opium it among Ft h navy the habit suppi • ed t. %  een learned during (another Antarctic expeditrbi 1 in th< far East called forth an indignant profrom Cl mde Farrere, the weIIknown French writer, who is at the si-, 1 n in th I'c ich Na\-\. Williams SllOGS • Are BETTER 1 \\ i EGRAMS June I3tll Joij. London, ii.—Lady Scott has] The Furm s S liner "ChiItem H ngi i ,> irted on arrival at Monacal in mi Hull, 011 May IJ, [undertaken to design a bronze the publii that she had collided with rtn [statue, which will be eroctedme of the n famous ci imiual cases w here the • inn of the accused's san if, arose, died this m irning, l.ou Ion, 11.— The home ruh fof Ireland bill Is X nedilh d to j come before the house of commons tomorrow for sec nd read pre 1 no lary to its sreon 1 ; age ol the three necessary £40 A MONTH 3 Be Your Own Boss If you are in 11k I iiklew than i. in a weak you hoi! hi write \K ll.-.lll V W an help you %  to wraith and -'Indent* ndcn<- Sby our plan. Yo can work when you ptMiBB, where always ... v money an< Jiig barri ( %  mOM <>f ItHOW ttOl'LD YOl I IKl to marl out from home on a omiMmd I re trip.may at the tx*t hoi %  like a Inrd and rii-un ur fH,rrnWd"(l .-, nnyulwre ami e i,.i walk fnnii IIOIIMor nn JUKI art a mai lilm any pi %  elec t and riran up £2 above uarsi each and rwty da,. My prop \\i IN 1 u I.I t 1. M\V COMBINATION < tMKRA, with wlurli you ran • I Inatantam imrrut pleturM Includbu Huttcoa, rout Card*, and four itytesj of Tintype PIctuM. Every fluIS %  !' %  1 Mlthouf th'* IIV nlfllin-ii.r nogatlvci. and it ready fo d> llvrr 10 your *usti>mri in ii M (linn u minute .'ftrr nmklnsl the rii-.^iiri-. Thil i:iM\ith\i'li. IXMNrit'N takoM lihi plrturi-a aj rybodr waina plr turea and %  your butt. ota und Bkakei 1 you. NO KXFFKII N( I NlBDtD %  Irnple irntrictloim nrroiiipnny each iititnt and /oti tail IH-^III to nifv'.i nioue> in fifteen nilnutea aft*r KM* uutiit r M A nifllriK Inviwtrni'tit will irt thla WONDWCI y 1. iM'il'ir for .m and put you In a pi^tthfrto make £.VN) a vctf. If \on want to he Ip^PprTiilcnt, and nbwilutely rour own l>


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I I in: 1R1CUN I' "S^T — I ARE REASONS why good housewives should use Sunlight Soap It is guaranteed absolutely pure, and therefore will not injure the clothes. It works for you, and at the same time saves you money. It is the best soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you will be convinced of its value. LEVKK BROTHERS LIMITED, roKT si NI !<.111 i M.I ANII mu T Wanted WO CIGAH MAKERS Apply lo J. P. SANDS CO. Ragtime Piano PlayingP OSITIVELY taught an) per. son in 10 to 30 lessons. Success guaranteed. Oil I or write for Free booklet. / WALT. F. WEIR. Dillctt street. Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 WITH A I-INK LINK OP LADIES DRESS GOODS, PRINTS, DRILL, GENTS SHIRTS, UNDER WAISTS Call Early and See New Stock RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT BLAC K'S 222 Pay-Street rod THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. H UNTLEY & PALMERS NEW Good Lurk Biscuits Loose rod in hall pound packets at t v 3d. per lb. Hunt ley A: Palmers Petit Beurre, Maria and Coron ition, in half pound pfli l.els. CRAWFORD'S Butter Pub In \ lb, pa< kets at ad, •liiliit" nr.d I uff Creami nt is. 0d. per lb. Currant Pulls n\ 1/3 It). IP ION'S COCOA. I lb. tins is. 20/. .. '.1. TELLS ABOUT 50000 BOOKS TREE BY MAIL WORTH 910 TO AMY MAN Cvrry mil ouH-l l..r nto I '' %  I jinn from aur maw dJaoaoo, •>" mm I. lor Urn eon ftn you have fa.l.-d 'o I1-..I rrl % %  or how diac-ounvnl ami down hcartod you aro-Od. woo. wW bo %  r.o4.llo i „,.. ,ou new hnaw a now loaao on life, II >• rtiurafull of I wood, aoond luvr and adrtco-junt Iho thum know and follow If yo want Tour old-Mm. I manhood r.otorMl. ~n.l HIOMT NOWfo. yoo. Quid* I* Moalth mlol PME. po.tiiaid m pi' ... ahould I....IIH. otr.ortai OPT of < %  %  Oroal 1. a.-ahvd onrolopo. MEN'S AILMENTS OR. JOS. LIST ER ft CO PWflp MBMMalawati KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE AND STOUT. A delicious Drink brewed from Hops containing all lb* tonic value of ale ,-IM.I St. u| but with. nut the after effects, pi ice Gd. buttle. M doz, LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints i\'\. Quart, tod. SPARKLING VALENTO WINK Pints 7VI I'er d'*. 6*. GINGER ALP. & GINGER BEER Pints 6d, I'er do/ j. SPECIAL PRICES BY THE C \SF.S. SOLD *T BLACKS aaa Bay St. and THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. II. S. BL U K, Agent. iSS'Cutlery a fine assortment of: RAZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Bub her Knives Bread Knives Cawing Sets in CaMS. and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E. Albury.__ NOTICE D uring niy aliseoce fom the Colony, |.noes Sinclair will act as my Altorrev. STANLEY ELLIOTT A raca is no better than its women W C would dorm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h .ml an extensive Stock of II \V \\ \ CIGARS, W> guat ntee our hrand to be. made of the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen .ind great pams are taken to produce an article ol superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads DS confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. |. I.. SAL'NDERS A Co. IV.\ Street. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE R.OYAL STOKE O UR "Royal" Household Brand V lour selling at 2d pence per lb. and 30s. per bag rd 196 His. %  '(rioUen Star Flout 2 lbs for 3LI, and "Laurel Brand"' Flour" 2 lbs for 3|d. Centennial Flour per bag a8s Pigs Feet in Vinegar at •jA. per lb. Brown Sugar al a}d. per lb Our nee white and clean, best in town selling at .pi. per quart. All our Groceries are fresh and go"d quality and aheap, Puie Jamaica Rom at tos, p.*r fa 1 Ion. JAMFS L. SAUNDERS -k Co. Nassau N. P. Bah.un 1 -. April 15th iqt ',. W. A. MATHER. UMDER I'AKER D ESIRES to inform Ins friends and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit t*f facilities foi the business ol an undertaker, which places linn IU a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices lost and prove that they are the very lowest for fust claSS work. ^ t ^^ lt4 ^, t4 ^ BB o J fc ^ WII.I I\MSSHOES APE BETTER. N Ol I C E. T^HIS is to inform my Patrons 1 and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now to do anything in the line ol General repair or new work llnrse Shoeing Sorcially. All work done Mechanically, P. A. Huvler, 4,3 Bay Strett. Bail (Wharf) Why mport Butter from Nw York ? It i (Ms more than ^OCtS. |)'T lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 4P"ts\ per lb. and weight guaranteed. NEW YORK HOUSE M FUSS&VP CONOENSS M ILK &i!IlJJL[LLY,i^ p "tPAHED qV .„ A<>//w.iy<



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ibttte Nulllus acli!i< HIS |urnrc ir\ verba mo-iosiri. Being bound io s (,, r to Ihe I)o|mns of i\o Master. VOL. X. N&ssavi. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday June 12. 1913 No. If.09 S > %  *• 0) <-* CD (I) LKON DUJ'I ( II, liul i iK (.MI KROPI OKKICI • 38 4( MAHKKT STRBI 1 Nai an N. !'., F.AHAMAI • I'. II. Id PUBLISHED o x11 \ M.niday, .VeiliieMlay aii'l Friday — siii jjle <•>)[• v ... . ... Jit. Miesday, I'll irsdey an.* SMiiniay— %  ii'i>{Ie rupy ... ... nl Weekly ... ... 4J.I Mo illil v ... ... is. 4 %  >; pence per line f.ir In-. i i MM ill. >II : I lii IT jieiice |>rr line '•>r leenn I IIIiii m; and one penny pet hue fur subsequent insertion" Advertisements under eight line* 4s. TMi; MfYSTERY OF TOBACCO. James Frederick Rogers, M. D, (Continued) 'I'll' joys of tn'vi'c > are loudlv hymned from time t" time, and ,-i whole book "I vi 1 w in its praise has been collected. IN compiler in frenzied eluquence exclaims, "Al for Adam and Eve, if there had been no tobacco plants in Eden, it was a scnry place, nnd lliey weie belter nut i>f it." Mrrails at Ten* iiv-on and Browning for their lack of loyalty I" the weed in nut fur. nulling in in with copy fur his We h ive noted (hit the world got along wonderfully well before the finding of tobacco, nnd we do not see that it has done so Very much better since the discovery. Of great men of the tobacco age, Kant, Tennyson, Carlyle, LamK, Brahma, Stevenson, ami oti ers reeked with itsodms, hut Cromwell, Wordsworth, Dumas, Swinburne and others could nut abide tinthing. Napoleon pronounced its use "a habit lit to amuse sliugards," If it is an inspiration to genius, genius often pels nlon* amazingly without it, and sometin es the. common man also. Tobacco seives a modest use, a second hand ,,n '' wp might say ; we refer In its use in literature. What would the novelist do without lUCh little filling asides as, "Here he flecked the allies from his cigar." or, "He puffed fiercely to hide the rising tide of his cmoii %  s," or ih.it inimitable touch in Silas Stumer, where, upon the sudden nppenr mce of Silas I efore tlie gu its .M the Rainbow, I'he long pipes pave n -i null inei us move* ment, b ke the entehna I l 11 led insects"? Tobacco is trving haid in 1 Ins held to supply a place winch a h 'If century ago and earlier was filled bv alcohol. How drv the Waveiley talea would have been without then abundant butts of i, ilieir 1 unlets nl canai y, and ips of Burgundy "Pickwick," as \b, Voung remarks, is "full from cover to c iver of brandy and water," and"l lenryEsmond"would have lagged a Ions sadly without the accompanying tinkle of glsssi i and decanter! upon the sideboard, Alcohol is fast retiring from literature because it is rapidly bcling imp 'pulaf in avefy-day lif" Will tobacco also presently v aqe ? In the form of snuff it has idy retired from polite society. Snu'l 1 K.M'S were, a century ai d %  half ago, as dear to the user of to l)nceo as are any of the machinery of smoking today, A snuff. l> x "as the most ttasun d of Rifts With wlnell royalty deigned to reward those w lm gave it pleasure. MoZ 'it fur example, was what one might call snuff-box pom, having received a large number of costly ones fur his performances as a prodig) pianist, but very little cash indeed It is a strange anachronism as strange an Anachronism as loyalty itself, that it is still a mark of high favor for princes to bestow a snuff-box upon their favourites. Will the time ever come vhen meerschaums, sweetbriers, and calabashes will pass to the lealm where, in endless rows, rest ihe once prOIld snuff-boxes, while tin-re shall remain on ear.h a few elaborate models of the extinct gper us to le passed out as tokens from millionaire! to their minions? Tobacco surely has a feebler hold upon humane society than alcohol, a grasp as much lighter as •moke is lighter than wine. It is still within the memory of man when it was cnisidere.l impotsible to hnivest a crop of grain witlfut an abundant supply of whisky, while two centuries and less ago wine was thought more essential to diet than water. To-, bacco has never been so forward iu its claims. Work can get itself done without tobacco, and it is far from being held essential for the table. In the training of athletes it is even tab oed, along with alcohol. Statistic! of college students seems 10 sb iw that with them the use of tobaeco is on the wane. Alcohol is going steadily out of favour, not from the pieaching of the b nefttl nl temperance, nor b. caue of prohibit! in laws, though these are the final kicks winch hasten its exit from the scene. Such laws have been made possible through what might b; called the subconscious attitude of man's body toward the intoxicant, apart from its conscious control. This has been brought about by longracwt'l expeiience of the effects ol the use and overuse of the substance. Our bodies have found the use of alcohol to be, under modern conditions of living and working, an injurious habit for us, and our con sciousness is urged to stop its use. It is especially interesting to note that the same contradictory opinions have been held by both scientists and laity regarding the harm or benefit to be derived from the "moderate" use of tobacco and alcohol. All aie agreed that the overuse of tobaOCO is a bad thing; even the. oveiuser admits this. When it come! to the taking of small amounts, it is not determined whether it Stupefies or stimulates, or whether it may do either on occasion. In the case of alcohol tlnse antithetic views have been reconciled by careful experiment, and its stimulating effect upon the nervous system has been found to be mily apparent and never real. It may be that the rythmic movments of smokiug and one's gaze upon the wreathing smoke may act to drain away a surplus of nervous energy which would otherwise be turned to self-exam illation, 01 hud vent in 1 hewing pencils, tapping with the foot, biting the nails, use of a rocking chair, and like purposeless actions — ,1 safety valve of present advantage in an age of high nervous tension until we learn some batter means of employing our superfluous force, —To be continued — / c 1


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hue fur subsequent insertion"
Advertisements under eight line* 4s.
TMi; MfYSTERY OF TOBACCO.
James Frederick Rogers, M. D,
(Continued)
'I'll' joys of tn'vi'c > are loudlv
hymned from time t" time, and
,-i whole book "I vi 1 w in its praise
has been collected. In compiler in
frenzied eluquence exclaims, "Al
for Adam and Eve, if there had
been no tobacco plants in Eden, it
was a scnry place, nnd lliey weie
belter nut i>f it." Mr- rails at Ten*
iiv-on and Browning for their lack
of loyalty I" the weed in nut fur.
nulling in in with copy fur his
We h ive noted (hit the world
got along wonderfully well before
the finding of tobacco, nnd we do
not see that it has done so Very
much better since the discovery.
Of great men of the tobacco age,
Kant, Tennyson, Carlyle, LamK,
Brahma, Stevenson, ami oti ers
reeked with itsodms, hut Crom-
well, Wordsworth, Dumas, Swin-
burne and others could nut abide
tin- thing. Napoleon pronounced
its use "a habit lit to amuse sliu-
gards," If it is an inspiration to
genius, genius often pels nlon*
amazingly without it, and some-
tin es the. common man also.
Tobacco seives a modest use, a
second hand ,,n'' wp might say ;
we refer In its use in literature.
What would the novelist do with-
out lUCh little filling asides as,
"Here he flecked the allies from
his cigar." or, "He puffed fiercely
to hide the rising tide of his cmo-
ii ' s," or ih.it inimitable touch in
Silas Stumer, where, upon the sud-
den nppenr mce of Silas I efore tlie
gu its .M the Rainbow, I'he long
pipes pave n -i null inei us move*
ment, b ke the entehna I l 11 led
insects"? Tobacco is trving haid
in 1 Ins held to supply a place winch
a h 'If century ago and earlier was
filled bv alcohol. How drv the
Waveiley talea would have been
without then abundant butts of
i, ilieir 1 unlets nl canai y, and
ips of Burgundy "Pickwick,"
as \b, Voung remarks, is "full
from cover to c iver of brandy and
water," and"l lenryEsmond"would
have lagged a Ions sadly without
the accompanying tinkle of glsssi i
and decanter! upon the sideboard,
Alcohol is fast retiring from
literature because it is rapidly bc-
ling imp 'pulaf in avefy-day
lif" Will tobacco also presently
v aqe ? In the form of snuff it has
idy retired from polite society.
Snu'l 1 k.m's were, a century ai d
half ago, as dear to the user of to
l)nceo as are any of the machinery
of smoking today, A snuff. l> x "as
the most ttasun d of Rifts With
wlnell royalty deigned to reward
those w lm gave it pleasure. MoZ 'it
fur example, was what one might
call snuff-box pom, having receiv-
ed a large number of costly ones
fur his performances as a prodig)
pianist, but very little cash indeed
It is a strange anachronism as
strange an Anachronism as loy-
alty itself, that it is still a
mark of high favor for princes to
bestow a snuff-box upon their fa-
vourites. Will the time ever come
vhen meerschaums, sweetbriers,
and calabashes will pass to the
lealm where, in endless rows, rest
ihe once prOIld snuff-boxes, while
tin-re shall remain on ear.h a few
elaborate models of the extinct
gper us to le passed out as tokens
from millionaire! to their minions?
Tobacco surely has a feebler
hold upon humane society than
alcohol, a grasp as much lighter as
moke is lighter than wine. It is
still within the memory of man
when it was cnisidere.l im-
potsible to hnivest a crop of grain
witlfut an abundant supply of
whisky, while two centuries and
less ago wine was thought more
essential to diet than water. To-,
bacco has never been so forward
iu its claims. Work can get itself
done without tobacco, and it is
far from being held essential for
the table. In the training of ath-
letes it is even tab oed, along with
alcohol. Statistic! of college
students seems 10 sb iw that with
them the use of tobaeco is on the
wane.
Alcohol is going steadily out of
favour, not from the pieaching of
the b nefttl nl temperance, nor b. -
caue of prohibit! in laws, though
these are the final kicks winch has-
ten its exit from the scene. Such
laws have been made possible
through what might b; called the
subconscious attitude of man's
body toward the intoxicant, apart
from its conscious control. This
has been brought about by longra-
cwt'l expeiience of the effects ol the
use and overuse of the substance.
Our bodies have found the use of
alcohol to be, under modern condi-
tions of living and working, an in-
jurious habit for us, and our con
sciousness is urged to stop its use.
It is especially interesting to note
that the same contradictory opi-
nions have been held by both scien-
tists and laity regarding the harm
or benefit to be derived from the
"moderate" use of tobacco and al-
cohol.
All aie agreed that the overuse of
tobaOCO is a bad thing; even the.
oveiuser admits this. When it
come! to the taking of small
amounts, it is not determined
whether it Stupefies or stimulates,
or whether it may do either on
occasion. In the case of alcohol
tlnse antithetic views have been
reconciled by careful experiment,
and its stimulating effect upon the
nervous system has been found to
be mily apparent and never real.
It may be that the rythmic mov-
ments of smokiug and one's gaze
upon the wreathing smoke may
act to drain away a surplus of
nervous energy which would
otherwise be turned to self-exam
illation, 01 hud vent in 1 hewing
pencils, tapping with the foot,
biting the nails, use of a rocking
chair, and like purposeless actions
,1 safety valve of present advan-
tage in an age of high nervous
tension until we learn some batter
means of employing our superflu-
ous force,
To be continued
/
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TT
T II E1MUM
Gbe tribune
eral Government haa bad the
power of tilling vacancies as men have been appointed t<
Thursday, Juno 12. I9IV.
>r died.
An unofl cjal Home Rule Bill
for Scotland passed its second
reading at the i d of May. The and thai II. W*. LiglitbOTfflEsq!
judges have retired
We are glad to hear that the
dispute over the breach of con
tract by the F. E. C. II. Co. last
.' i ler is to bo to arbitration
Scotcl) members who framed it is our arbitrator A hotter choice
for a single leKis could hardly be made.
The undermentioned gentle- starting from where they di
sed in the forenoon, mai
eastward to the town limit,
north, entered Victoria
porarily as foiii s.
Di C. C Sweeting, Board ol turned
Education," e! V.*Solom"on EsqT "**. ^"l f'" "' ,time
tli.it d i led around the
M arine I'inducts Boar I, W. K
Moore I sq., Board of Pilotag
lative chain In
\Y,
onij we pre-
sume that there is no expecta-
tion of passinfi the Bill in this
Parliament. I e idea of the
promoters is most likely to
it before the a at
next (ieni ral El the
hope of passing it in tl
Parliament.
next
, The irdian";
lishes an article from thai h
Tory Londi a Evening paper
"Thi on tin ,>tte
question. It is well worth read
ing. Tin
spiti ful and mi
i " es lo Mr. Llovd 11
In spite of the "Globe" ,t i
mains true
that Mr. LI
George is, like Sir Edward Giev,
a convinced and earnest advo
11. re the committ e
on decoi ition had erected a pa.
Tenders are called for, "Foi vilion and deftl) adorned and
constructing rubble walls, and decorated it with flags and bunt-
alterations to entrance steps in jrl
the grounds X irth ol G
I
Mr. F. C. C. Lightbourn

It is rumoUl the Col-
onial I lotel will be opene I
winter and will run for at hast [) nted i I adet.
. i .*
j* EMPIRE DAY.
It is said als , th it the next i ,
contract With the Ward lane.
will be earned out bysuch h B ^ ,!1 '''
as tie "1 a I Mond ly, Maj 2( th, treat
"Mont Weheartoo, thai day foi LongCa ery Dr. |o nson, W W I
the Ward Line intend to send hot I normally hoi until C.H.Lowe. Here the
itclass steamers like the it rained. Neverl ,, il was waxed so enthi ti inloyalty
"Saral "Havana" i the biggest, the brightest and and patmtism that the pro-
i b i I. I "Nat-
ional Ami: nred 1,v
Marshal Wi rid the s|
and '
n ; for th
pla | the i maindei of
And it was here I've I '
to the speed an man
Win T. Cla l .....mi
for the v il \d this maj be best of any 24th of May 01 Lin-
only I ure 1 asi d 1 >n pro-
babilities, Bui il all
tnav I 1 t;
We are nil ious OS to v. ho is
Arbitrator for the Florida E. Co.
I lotel Co. in the disagreement
cate ol Woman's Suffrage. I between that company and this en I" And--, u
Ihere are other matters thai overnment with refei nee to
lo las mind more urgi I lu-Mi imi Mail con-
ti t.
while,
I n Daj thai we have spent in held in al
"O I" said a little girl i of the ladies and fellow towns-
of eleven summers standing near 1 terse, ""'
me a listened to the Band pr that lo;.
11. re the sp >rts f r th
and he is not ugh to di
[ay or endanger th
by splitting the Cabini I on
suffi ,n. We fi :
ever, that there may be some
truth in the refi :es to Mr.
McKenna. Though partisan
rancour is too severe on him in
the difficult position to which
he has bi en brou ht,he hardly
ma man enough for his j
B it il must be remi mbered that
there is danger m handling w >
Money, of :: I rs. is
and heard united i ul bursts of
applause; "What a grand day !
tin-- is the grand !
A
id day : wi i ] >ay
ir run-
1 the first 1
whil " nty
d and fell;
At i" a.m. the children all and who. verv in i r e ly re-
<.f ill.'in from the tenden si
rds, an I nearl the
going up in at 1 Con- adult population dn
stabulan Bai this v
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Mr, Origen Herman Mason and
Mr. Alexander Eldnt] having
proved them
; l ;'; '1|'" 1 1. ireh when the'u
white and ad rued with !
and etl met at tin h
to the I 'av. 1 li a
by the B. nd, and marshalled
into ln,e l>v Jose (i \1 lura am I
Tie 0 A. \\ ill j ims, l.s |uir< s, the
I r icession s arted with lla _ fly
ing and masic playing for the
A.
m
-8vi iii imiiuni'i; wu. w.................... unurcn wnere me uev. vvm. .1
men harshly. Severity is quite aminati u itly held under (Tucker, visiting chrgvmanfi n
as likely to make the govern- V ....."s "r "The Public r;a) |s|and, held Divi 1
ment unpopular as a too lenient rt Act, i ' and delivered one ol the ven
attitude would lie. 1 havi 1 a Dnoinred as follows a i,a.c _,..,ii,..i .1 ,.. .
got a verdict against Mr. C< il G neral and Tr rs Depart
Chesterton over the Marconi ment.
business, and has been awarded Mr. Sidm y Alexander Eldon
100 damages. We venture to t be Clerk in the Auditor of
believe that the case of Mr. I Public Accounts.Department*.
Isaacs must have been very >,,-,,, , ,
strong to secure such damages.
attitude would I Ilia' ppoinred Idiesses on tin lal i< |uee..
e ,. ? j, Mr.Qrigen Herman Mason to that it Ias been our pleasure tn
so Mr.^ Godfrey Isaacs has be Fourth Clerk in the Receiver listen to. His masterful 1 lo
quatn d and stirred
that nu Iii 111 e as perhaps 1
have ne pr been move I before
This ended, the pa
lin arranged Into marching
order, the procession marched
^ through the town, and came to
London juries are strongly Tory. Ef,3" ^
Recent actions against Liberals we*K* leave ol absm. e ..... ,,
have i-.ed in heavy (\,,:u ,tn ult-
being fastened on the defend The undermentioned
yh n 1 otiti !il qu< stii n nominated Trustees of
are before the Court n British the Nassau Library A ., for one
jurj isapl t< If. Mnnv year.
Torjtiud ;es. al |>t to Th 11 mhl i I A. Holmes M
X' ul D.. James M. Rae. Esq., Frank]son street opposit.
Wectioiy Petitions. It is well Holmes Esq., His Honour V. C. ibchuol.
mat tor a stretch of years a Lib- Wells Durrant, K. C, I At i p mi a s cond processio i
thi I Inion Jack. I laving ex
. tsed th ii loyalty to the Hug
have of Empire a flag which stands
foi so much to e\ ery true lint
pi icession again start
headed by the Band) and
an ived and dispersed on Robin-
:.
the Public
led I
ing himself tim < rt-'-
p i ll .11'.d
nly
Ited i ,: t n
II of rain
dou n. rvi ill
cooling on the "heat w
but in erfei d ith the pro-
[gramme making it impossible
the proceedings of
daj rhi fun of climbing
the i b ig and i
left unfimshed.
I lere refreshments ran short
and no one to ,u ll Wat '
wine"' as did the Man of Nhz
lh tw enty i entiu ies .* > \ >
pread its pall over
the land end o : an, -one' i
said. "What is thai
then I reme nber id "The M >n
\ tually, -i Bonfire b irn-
in,' on liinpiie I) iv, n< light-
ed on the heights of Craiggowan
in celebration of the fall of Se-
bastopol ; but lighted and burn-
ing ai the bluff of th 'i <>f
winch the Empire has l> i u th
so man) centuries
and i" recognition and l"-<: of
that "I thai i^ust parioualily,
who "though dad, yet speak-
eth."
The Band is a great acqulsi-
J


II
1 HE T RICUN I
tion to this town. The. fad is,
it is becoming a necessity and
h i feasinglj
'I he Commi si.....x, in my
opinion, i leeplj inten
in the organization as its foun-
der, lie wants to see "the boys"
in uniform an attire that is
inguishing and cliarai I
tic of the organization. Tl i
"the boys" i an buy lor thi m-
selvi s, but since its inception,
the general publii have derivi d
mil' h benefit from it.
Henee, the p of Em-
pire I lay, m to swell the i
already in hand fiom the
'nt rtainment reported in "Tri-
bune"by Will Fern. "The I
are all right. They look
right without the uniform, they
blow well without this disliu
guishing attire ; hut when they
uniformed, my opinion is,
j wiH look better.blo
trains of music and will
''' !' i /.lion to
which thej be!<
Commi) W'm. T.
has been the first repro
sentative of the I iv< rnment to
observe Empii 11,
Birthday of th at t and
n ! queenly woman of history
in so demoi
cular a man
' tul ite bun for his lovalty and
triotism as an ofn ial
I nf the Crown and I in
pire; also f r his efl >rl
aio ise in us th it m ntim(
loyalty and patriotism in (he
he i minds of thi
of tins District.
LongCav, F.I.
>th May, 1913.
(allied the pupils around the
world with the*|Union Jack
stopping at every possession
an 1 si lation and its use, wheth
market or entrepot for British
goo Is coaling or refresh
lions or naval or military posi-
tion. The National Anthem was
then sung. All of the children
were th ;n marched to tl
where they made a larg
nd the Gn rnment
1 ii "I lag of Br lain'
then very impressive!) sung and
th I Lag wa | Fl-
lo d and three heers given
for King and Empire, afl
wbi :h they wen: dismissed.
J. H. S.
June 9th 1913.
Although lat yet I th
an account of what took ;
: on limpire I >.iv would be
interesting, \ it mu > u 1
tiuu was made in
school as the l*<- ic'ier expected
the Vcti I 'Ctor daily
I lie Inhabitants generally
v ere not awan >l His I. .
lew y's Pro 11 mat ion, and n-
order ol.O Id Fellows was
to I a y t h e (
hall on the I^Oth Queea M
Birthdaj spo ts wen postpo
Until then Kit the Teachei
early 011 tin unfui led the
I 'up hi lackal resided and
all those wli > had Red, W
and Blue flags, unfurled them
to thu breeze. The pupils were
called in s'cjgool at 10 o'clock,
mid after singing patrioi
ings, he addressed them on the
ITEMS OF NEWS
EXTR \Cli:i) FROM
ENGLISH PAPERS.
On Mon i iv, m \ 1 >, the Su-
Govi n announced
that tin D nka Expedition un-
dei Major Fielden *as sue
hil. The fon e met w itli a good
deal of hostility, and more than
once hands of Dinkas had to be
he J dispersed, but there was no or-
pan: ed n sistauce
I object of the expedition
attained, the only casual-
Mi. i soldiers woun I-
ed. I he 1 h'nkas' losses were
trifling. The soldii 5we I
1 rably from the int
heat.
1 narkable result of th
dition is that an men
i" igion to the north of SVau has
b 11 opi ned to 1 iviliz ition and
administration.
1' v\ to the hostility en^
red 1 trai srsing I.
on the housed ol tri
lea leu were burn -1.
blast of the whistle a sound like
the report of a gun followed. I
had read before of icebergs
bursting, and now I coul I h
it ca viliration from the
a 1 of our whistle." Captain
I. 1 pointed out the pi
which ha on the
lid that had
inst the
ship at any other angle rn
more damage must hai
done. At least 1 would
ha*- 1 been love right in.
Monday, May 13.
A wireless telegram from Dr.
Mi m' Antarctic expedition
states that the first number of a
newspaper named the "Adelie
Blizzard" has been published at
the present headquarters ol I
Ion rs Dr. Maclean, editor,
! his gn etin'gs to the "Bliz-
zard's" contemporaries.
The telegram adds that the
tion hut is practically
snowed up, and that I
guins and seals disapeared
shortly before the bay b< came
frozen over. Only the Antai
Snow petrels now remain.
T >e members of the party,
who are well, are colle :ting
data Ri uti r.
it to become law over the
vote of the house of lords.
I le Unionists h > n the
it with tin 11 hopes running
than at any tim<
|uith be ame prime
' mini le the 1 ire
ring from the 1 I of
style
"Marconitis."
London, ii. -By order of the
executors of the estate of the
late Sir I.awrenceJAlma- l'adema
of the sale of his collection of
antique furniture and objects d'
art was begun by Hampton and
Sons to-day.
London, 11.The trial of the
suffragettes lea Ii rs charged with
onspiracv under the m ilicious
damage to property act b< g n
to-day at the central criminal
court.
Little interest red to be
shown by the general publi .11
the trial.
London, 11.Sir Ernest Shack-
letoil while presiding at 'he
Evans lecture in Queens I lall t -
night, said :
' The warfare of the South is
not over Sri nands it and
otlu 1 cp dil ions w ill be going
forward soon.'
These winds are interpreted
as an indication that Shackle-
ton hi 11,-' 11 is contemplating
gard-
ing thi nl the opium
it among Ft
h navy the habit suppi
ed t. een learned during (another Antarctic expeditrbi
1 in th< far East
called forth an indignant pro-
from Cl mde Farrere, the ,
weIIknown French writer, who
is at the si-, 1 n in
th I'c ich Na\-\.
Williams SllOGS
Are BETTER
1 \\ i EGRAMS
June I3tll Joij.
London, ii.Lady Scott has]
The Furm sS liner "ChiItem
H ngi i ,> irted on arrival at
Monacal in mi Hull, 011 May ij, [undertaken to design a bronze
the publii that she had collided with rtn [statue, which will be erocted iceberg aoo feet hi;
the here a clancui
1. She struck I Cheltenham by pubTic suhscrip-
blow w th j tion, t'i Dr. Wilson, whoa*
bow and lent d 1 anii d Captain Scott to the
I ouple of her plates, "I .ad we
; irierscd tin en ji iid Cap
tarn Lea, "I should not have
1 here to ti lithe tale We
re Ij ing alongside tl e ic
berg as a ship lies alongsidi
dock wall I as ifra id an un
derlj in;; spui might rip the ship
1 was th i the
II tunic stiin k.
"When the ship siid aw,i\
from the jceberg she went to
eastward. Till dark we were
surround) d by icebergs, I u
though we could notlsee I
rcatness of the Empire, lie we could hear them. After et
Bonth Pol< and perished th
I 111 Ion, 11, Dr. L. Forl es
Winslow, notabl liei si
vx Im was n I d for 1 be I si
>me of the n
famous ci imiual cases w here the
inn of the accused's san if,
arose, died this m irning,
l.ou Ion, 11.The home ruh
fof Ireland bill Is X nedilh d to j
come before the house of com-
mons tomorrow for sec nd read
pre 1 no lary to its sreon 1;
age ol the three necessary
40 A MONTH
3 Be Your Own Boss
If you are
in 11k I iik- lew
than i. in a
weak you
hoi! hi write
\K ll.-.lll V W
_ an help you
to wraith and
-'Indent* ndcn<-
Sby our plan. Yo
can work when
you ptMiBB, where
always
... v money an<
___Jiig barri ( mOM <>f It-
HOW ttOl'LD YOl I IKl to marl out from
home on a omiMmd I re trip.may
at the tx*t hoi like a Inrd and rii-un ur
. fH,rrnWd"(l
.-, nnyulwre
ami e i,.i walk fnnii Iioiim-or nn
Juki art a mai lilm
any pi elect, and riran up 2
above uarsi each and rwty da,.
My prop \\i in 1 u i.i t 1. m\v
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I Inatantam imrr-
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Card*, and four itytesj of Tintype PIctuM. Every
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Will open at 8 & 10 Market
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With a i-ink link op Ladies
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Call Early and See New Stock
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rod THE NASSAU CANDY
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Loose rod in hall pound packets
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CRAWFORD'S Butter Pub In \
lb, pa< kets at ad,
liiliit" nr.d I uff Creami
nt is. 0d. per lb.
Currant Pulls n\ 1/3 It).
IP ION'S COCOA.
I lb. tins is.
20/. .. '.1.
TELLS
ABOUT
50000 BOOKS
Tree By Mail
WORTH 910 TO AMY MAN
Cvrry mil
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nto
I
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jinn from aur maw dJaoaoo, >"
mm I. lor Urn eon .Irony, siravli' word, how any man r.n privaaoly cro Mmaoll at
horn., or auoh dva Blood 1-oi.on (llihantad or Acquired)
V...I W.,.l..,c, Uaf Cowrr. Nottoo. |i,"i''-i'lr,,;^L;''
Urunnie ur CorrlMloua Diim -aao, Hi- Af'-r < uijf rat ijin,
KSradl. l.i..r7l(.dn..yan.lllla.l.UrT.o.,I.I.-. Nu maiur
haw aufTr-rrd: how o''l or pluhlionj your eaao : '
ofiin" you lia-fa.lcd to I1-..1 rl -f or how diai-ourac?
>ftn you have fa.l.-d 'o I1-..I rrl ! or how diac-ounvnl ami
down hcartod you aro-Od. woo. wW bo r.o4.llo i
,.. ,ou new hnaw a now loaao on life, II > rtiura- full of I
wood, aoond luvr and adrtco-junt Iho thum
know and follow If yo want Tour old-Mm.
I manhood r.otorMl. ~n.l HIOMT NOWfo. yoo.
Quid* I* Moalth mlol PME. po.tiiaid m pi'
... ahould
I....IIH. otr.ortai
OPT of <" Oroal
1. a.-ahvd onrolopo.
MEN'S AILMENTS
OR. JOS. LISTER ft CO. PWflp
MBMMalawati
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE AND STOUT.
A delicious Drink brewed from
Hops containing all lb* tonic
value of ale ,-im.I St. u| but with.
nut the after effects, pi ice Gd.
buttle. M doz,
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints i\'\. Quart, tod.
SPARKLING VALENTO WINK
Pints 7VI I'er d'*. 6*.
GINGER ALP. & GINGER BEER
Pints 6d, I'er do/ j.
SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
C \SF.S.
SOLD *T BLACKS
aaa Bay St. and
THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S. BL U K, Agent.
iSS'- Cutlery
a fine assortment of:
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Bub her Knives
Bread Knives
Cawing Sets in CaMS.
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E. Albury.__
NOTICE
During niy aliseoce fom the Co-
lony, |.noes Sinclair will act
as my Altorrev.
STANLEY ELLIOTT
A raca is no better than its
women
WC would dorm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h .ml an extensive Stock of II \V \\ \ CIGARS, W>
guat ntee our hrand to be. made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
.ind great pams are taken to produce an article ol superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads ds confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
|. I.. SAL'NDERS A Co.
IV.\ Street.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE R.OYAL STOKE
OUR "Royal" Household
Brand V lour selling at 2d
pence per lb. and 30s. per bag rd
196 His.
'(rioUen Star Flout 2 lbs for 3LI,
and "Laurel Brand"' Flour" 2 lbs
for 3|d.
Centennial Flour per bag a8s
Pigs Feet in Vinegar at jA. per lb.
Brown Sugar al a}d. per lb Our
nee white and clean, best in town
selling at .pi. per quart.
All our Groceries are fresh and
go"d quality and aheap,
Puie Jamaica Rom at tos, p.*r
fa 1 Ion.
JAMFS L. SAUNDERS -k Co.
Nassau N. P.
Bah.un 1 -.
April 15th iqt ',.
W. A. MATHER.
UMDER I'AKER
DESIRES to inform Ins friends
and the Public that he has
just received a complete outfit t*f
facilities foi the business ol an un-
dertaker, which places linn iu a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices lost and prove that they
are the very lowest for fust claSS
work. ^t^^lt4^,t4^BBo-Jfc-^
WII.I I\MS-
SHOES
APE BETTER.
N Ol I C E.
T^HIS is to inform my Patrons
1 and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
. to do anything in the line ol
General repair or new work llnrse
Shoeing Sorcially. All work done
Mechanically,
P. A. Huvler,
4,3 Bay Strett. Bail (Wharf)
Why mport Butter
from Nw York ?
It i (Ms more than ^OCtS. |)'T lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 4P"ts\ per lb. and weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
M
FUSS&VP
CONOENSS
M ILK
. &i!IlJJL[LLY- ,i^
p"tPAHED qV .
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