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I 1 TH£TR1B.VNE T 31 mons has not changed its opinion about the measure since Intt year. Sir Edward Carson, in resu.ning the debate, made a defiant speech. His fervently expressed hope tliat tins vould lip the last time that lie should trouble the house in discussing home iule was viewed in various ways by different sections of the house. He said that : "Betrayal was imprinted upon every section of the bill". The men of Ulster were in deadly earnest, and in th* event of armed resistance would have the whole force of the Unionist party behind them. London, u.—Customs officials to-nightseized about four tin-a sand rifles, four thousand bayonets, and a quantity of amunition in a stable at Hammeismith. According to the Daily Mail, the police nre also watching n con. %  ignmenl of 2,510 rifles which left London to-mglu for .Midland Station, Bedford. Vienna, 11. —Russia has made a proposal to the powers to take joint action in regard to the Balkan States summoning them to demobilize. There seems to bra chance that all the powers may adopt Russia's suggestion. Wanted TWO CIGAK MAKERS Applv to J. P. SANDS CO. 1 Ragtime Piano Playing P OSITIVELY taught any person in to to 20 lessons SucI cess guaranteed. Call or wike for IFfta booklet. WALT. F. WEIR. Dillett street. Zachary Taylor [Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 f\Vmi A FINE LINI OF LADIES JRESS GOODS, PRINTS, DRILL, .ENTS SHIRTS, UNDER WAISTS Call Early and See New Stock f£w" Cutlery a fin'* assortment of: RAZORS Table Knivrs Pocket Knives Bull her Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in Cases, and SCISSORS. for sale by Chea. E. Albury. ;hfis. RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT BLAC K'S 223 Bay-Street and THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN'. H UNTLKV A PALMERS NEW Good Luck Biscuits Loose and in half pound packets at is. 3d. per lb. Huntley & Palmers Petit Beurre, Marie ^nd Coronation, in half pound pai kets. CRAWFORD'S Butter Puffs in J lb. packets at 4c). „ "ITillit" and Puff Cream. at is. 6 WORTH 910 TO Ah Y MAM Erry afflicted man. m tS m^rm from mtij qirk 1Mb* COP' ** * W ia< %  !> %  9% •tronc. a pi* words bow at." man can a-iv r mal. %  a Blood P oaia n •I Power, H rlv V-Jy Ilr.-iartt**. I -wiitr "oouir-U.J THE^ HOMf CURtf OF MENS AILMENTS Ornnke or Coatagtooa Du*u. th* Afu-."ect* St..iuch. Line. Kiaaey *nd liladnoa Troobu*. a otrMLha*; k*> yonlun'aaifeTMi: ho. oMor*tgM.niou.c*~; kuw olum r— h.v* failed lo flivl Mhof or.bodlcoutgwl *nd good. Muad lock aad arinoo-jiut to. iking* you akwiMl kociw ond follow. If roe want Tour **k n aiag. u %  * i .> % %  raahjwe, awn) atawT wow for *a *** f tki* aye a**U> to H.oHa tn .nod rasa, poatpaM TO plain. ***** OR. JOS. USTER i GO. •££• "^ .a*. ..*. W l'. would I form all who appreciate a Good Smoltf that we now h;ive on h.nd ;in extensive Stock of H WAN \ CIGARS. We guarantee our lir;in. Brawn Sugar at 2jd. par Hi ^)ur rice white and clenn, best in town selling at 41I. per epiart. All our t jriH-fi u-s are fiesh and go"d quality and cheap, l'ur Jamaica Rum at tos, p.*i gallon. IAMFS L. SOUNDERS ^t Co. Ntssau N, P. Iwihamas. April 15th iqrj. W A. MATH I-R. UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform Ins friend* and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilities (or the business of an undertaker, which places him in a position to carry exit Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respectfully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. WILLIAMS' SHOES ARE BETTER. N O T ice. T HIS is to inform my Patron* and the l\ blic in General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now laady to Ho anything in the line ol (inieial repair 01 new work Horse •{hoeing >i>eiallv. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Kluvlor. 4S3 I*? Street. East (Wharf) Why import Buttcp from Nw York? It costs more than 50CU. |>


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B • in bo IMS addii I-..-, (urnrc in verba matflstrl. und to >eur lo the Dogmas of no Master. %  '>" %  .. %  Nassau. N P.. Cuh&mas, triday June 13. 1913 No. 1610 ***-J0t*f t ou lJ| III %  ) AiJSxXi+X K'.'.H.IU.'HCII. ElitToH AND I'ko I .. > 1 lit N.r. au S. I'., r.AIIASTUKKT %  Ali r. ii itnv i I'l U.UstUlili IMIIA 7 r md. Q Miudrfv,.VdJi.ri.iUy ami Fiiilay — *V> t .^T., W ... |,t. fU TS*i4nv/;1^iin n %  Communicated. |(> WII. irra" read VAn.l 11 as here I listened to the spc-1 lif "f the clia man ail t HI JpfTM i.ha*gun l)v in 1 il M %  liniiii'M C< 1'imbia" yi's'i 1>\ uionette goes tn take -.,. die public school at Fin. 10 1 i_-uilV Irte ftifJioiug transferred from Ala Ihjt iCtW WW^ i Ph* r# '" %  h-s been ffj s*)Mwlir;uier for fifteen years. WrfJnrn tliit Mr M.,li,lii l. ; ,ing |Mrm.RCIlI Win l,i,i in ;it Wilson sJitv.iAiwco arrived Here on Mir 4th ACtlONl itathptir *iiV)iral l)e we v," serious. -4y ill,-*MMl in under medical treat. a* Di. W. A. Pitt, at NO. 15 I -Clia 1 :-ffi 1*0 mi -j^iWJiif -DAY e consi\t -. -neap^s a "Red letter Day" in the t J / liitt^rf <>f "V ,townsliip at Long K. Cay. Our enterprising Commissio. neWrfieilicr with Rev. Tucker and '1 H4fiveJdUi*rt(li riu men of the town -V '''ri dlAft ft head**together and Form i ,, '* a J# rt Whments were sold, the proceeds of which go to purr base uni form for the Rand. At j p m tlie sports commenced. The first race bing won by Rev. Tucker. Owing to the excess we heat and his over fatness ha was some what fatigued when ha came in. Oilier sports were held, but the most interesting was the obstacle rnce. Patriotic speeches were madehv the Commissioner, Dr. Duncanson and others, At sunset, the Hand plaved the "National Anthem" and the Flag was lowered. All bad an enjoyable day.Thanking you for valuable sp.ee. I am A RESIDENT. J Nassau N. P. June 13th iroke, chairman of the British league lor the support of Ulster und the Union, has issued a lurid appeal for volunteers 10 j tin the league and make "Ready t > stand iii the trenches with t lose who are going to defend our common 111heritance." The appeal says the league Ins g hundred agents in different parts of Great Britsin engaged in or ganizing their fellow countrymen, who are prepared to "Re-in( i (jlitei men in armed resistance agamst the tyranny of the govern* men 1." Cons' ntinop'e, 11.—Mahmoud Schefeket Pasha, the Turkish Grand V r izier was shot and kdled by assassins to day. London, 11.—A Salonika dispatch says that cholera on an extensive scale has broken out annng the Bulgarian troops at Serres and Demirhasser Washington, II,—The answer of tke United Slates to the last fapanese note regarding the Cabforma alien land legislation is now in pieparation at the state department. It will not be completed be fine the end of the week. London, II.—To-night, after two days] debate, the returned home rule bill passed its second reading by a vote of 368 to 270, showing that the house of cotn%  •. ill 1


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B in bo
ims addii I-..-, (urnrc in verba matflstrl.
und to >eur lo the Dogmas of no Master.
'>" .-
Nassau. N P.. Cuh&mas, triday June 13. 1913
No. 1610
***-J0t*ftou lJ| III ) '
AiJSxXi+X k'.'.h.iu.'hcii.
ElitToH AND I'ko
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N.r. au S. I'., r.AIIA-
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I'l U.UstUlili IMIIA
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Advtiii.y Kates: Six psnct pW line
(in first insertion : three pWKI pet line
.j, tjuysocoud.ULtrtion; ami mif |miv per
' ftne for saHv Advertisements uiidet eight lines ^s.
o)
In par. 3. criTu in 4. page 2, r.f
vsJ-"litvs issue, in tin- article
"linn r I > n . Communicated.
|(> Wii. irra" read
VAn.l 11 as here I listened to
. the spc-1 lif "f the clia man
ailt hiJpfTM i.ha Oft '. [, lJu t-hmmi, \V. \V. looie
, H IIAlMtvUl U.;l OWC."
wm. \ r. ' Mf, W. J Symonette
;w* , arid JtvpilV,-spiled dr I>*gun l)v
in 1 il mliniiii'M C< 1'imbia" yi's'i 1-
>\ uionette goes tn take
-.,. die public school at Fin.
10 1 i_-uilV Irte ftifJioiug transferred from
Ala Ihjt iCtWWW^i Ph*r# '" h-s been
ffj s*)Mwlir;uier for fifteen years.
' WrfJnrn tliit Mr M.,li,lii l.;,ing
|Mrm.RCIlI Win l,i,i in ;it Wilson
sJitv.iAiwco arrived Here on Mir 4th
ACtlONl itathptir *iiV)iral l)e we v," serious.
-4y ill,-*MMl in under medical treat.
a* Di. W. A. Pitt, at NO. 15
I -Clia 1
:-ffi
1*0
mi

-j^iWJiif -DAY V^IjONG CAY.
-J I-rJOS I ITT* ......
* 5MW 2*,n Wall alwnvs !>e consi-
\t -. -neap^s a "Red letter Day" in the
* t J / liitt^rf <>f "V ,townsliip at Long
K. Cay. Our enterprising Commissio.
neWrfieilicr with Rev. Tucker and
'1 H4fiveJdUi*rt(li,riu men of the town
-V '''ridlAftft head**together and Form
i ,, '* a J#rtW IS :)-4 JJ*'*fA/(,er a f*tk of Panning. gt
sv^i j| <; ,,Jl8i#s into-shape for the 36th
SatMMlsy" tile 34th being considered
'.& unWtety time.
MM
Monday 261I1 broke bright and
beautiful, and at 9 a. m, the school
teacher assembled the cluldien at
the PuMic School, ai.d together
with adultt in procession. maTChfd
off to church headed by Mir; ' nup
t ay Hand." MMSrl Muira and
Williams, acting a- m ash Ms.
It was. reaMy a Surprising sight
to see the vast crowd with their
badges "' R*n White and Rhie,
(made by our pedagogue and his
amiable wife^ steppinn bravely, as
the bund crasher' nut "Three
Cheers for the Red White and
Mlue."
The protection mrfrched to St.
Davids Church where Thanktuiv-
inC Service was held, and a lei
mini preached by \iev. Tut leer on
"Fear God and honour the King "
There is no douht that l*r Tucker
is tie of the most gifted preachers
we have ever heard Sundav afier
Sunday and week nights as well,
lie h.'il flipped the attention of an
nve flowing congi ejitior, among
Which, were smne who, hitherto,
v oulil not attend church.
From Church we perambulated
the town and ended at the gaily
decked paVilion around the Flag
stafl redolent with flower* aad
1 UlllinCI placed their by ladies,
v. i, Riood at theii stalls where re-
fre>hments were sold, the proceeds
of which go to purr base uni
form for the Rand.
At j p m tlie sports commenc-
ed. The first race bing won by
Rev. Tucker. Owing to the ex-
cess we heat and his over fatness
ha was some what fatigued when
ha came in. Oilier sports were
held, but the most interesting was
the obstacle rnce. ,
Patriotic speeches were madehv
the Commissioner, Dr. Duncanson
and others,
At sunset, the Hand plaved the
"National Anthem" and the Flag
was lowered.
All bad an enjoyable day.Thank-
ing you for valuable sp.ee.
I am
A RESIDENT.
J
Nassau N. P.
June 13th i Editor Tribune :
In vour much appreciated paper of
yesterday I note another interest-
ing communication. It would ap-
pear iliat 'Will Fern" is deteimined
to sing his own praises, I e tint as
it 111.iv, I, like all other Long C iy
an's h ive every te ison to believe
that the Commissioner is gre.dis-
interested in the Long Cav hand.
J.\s. E. H. WILLIAMS.
CABLEGRAMS
June 13M1 1913.
hlempstead, N'e v York, it.
With M mty Waterbury mt of the
game because of a broken ringer
and the famous big lour theiefoie
no longer intact, close followetsol
American polo are ioclined to the
belief that Saturdays coining
match with the British challengers
will be nothing but a walk over
for the British team.
London, n.Lord Willoughbv
de>roke, chairman of the British
league lor the support of Ulster
und the Union, has issued a lurid
appeal for volunteers 10 j tin the
league and make "Ready t > stand
iii the trenches with t lose who are
going to defend our common 111-
heritance."
The appeal says the league Ins
g hundred agents in different parts
of Great Britsin engaged in or
ganizing their fellow countrymen,
who are prepared to "Re-in( i
(jlitei men in armed resistance
agamst the tyranny of the govern*
men 1."
Cons' ntinop'e, 11.Mahmoud
Schefeket Pasha, the Turkish
Grand Vrizier was shot and kdled
by assassins to day.
London, 11.A Salonika dis-
patch says that cholera on an ex-
tensive scale has broken out annng
the Bulgarian troops at Serres and
Demirhasser
Washington, II,The answer
of tke United Slates to the last
fapanese note regarding the Cab-
forma alien land legislation is
now in pieparation at the state de-
partment. It will not be complet-
ed be fine the end of the week.
London, II.To-night, after
two days] debate, the returned
home rule bill passed its second
reading by a vote of 368 to 270,
showing that the house of cotn-
. ill
1


I
1
THTR1B.VNE
t
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mons has not changed its opinion
about the measure since Intt year.
Sir Edward Carson, in resu.ning
the debate, made a defiant speech.
His fervently expressed hope tliat
tins vould lip the last time that lie
should trouble the house in
discussing home iule was viewed
in various ways by different
sections of the house. He said
that :
"Betrayal was imprinted upon
every section of the bill".
The men of Ulster were in
deadly earnest, and in th* event
of armed resistance would have
the whole force of the Unionist
party behind them.
London, u.Customs officials
to-nightseized about four tin-a
sand rifles, four thousand bayonets,
and a quantity of amunition in a
stable at Hammeismith.
According to the Daily Mail, the
police nre also watching n con.
ignmenl of 2,510 rifles which left
London to-mglu for .Midland Sta-
tion, Bedford.
Vienna, 11. Russia has made a
proposal to the powers to take
joint action in regard to the Bal-
kan States summoning them to
demobilize. There seems to bra
chance that all the powers may
adopt Russia's suggestion.
Wanted
TWO CIGAK MAKERS
Applv to
J. P. SANDS CO.
1
Ragtime Piano
Playing
POSITIVELY taught any per-
son in to to 20 lessons Suc-
I cess guaranteed. Call or wike for
IFfta booklet.
WALT. F. WEIR.
Dillett street.
Zachary Taylor
[Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
f\Vmi a fine lini of Ladies
Jress Goods, Prints, Drill,
.ents Shirts, Under Waists
Call Early and See New Stock
fw" Cutlery
a fin'* assortment of:
RAZORS
Table Knivrs
Pocket Knives
Bull her Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases,
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chea. E. Albury.
;hfis.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT BLAC K'S
223 Bay-Street
and THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN'.
HUNTLKV A PALMERS
NEW Good Luck Biscuits
Loose and in half pound packets
at is. 3d. per lb.
Huntley & Palmers Petit Beurre,
Marie ^nd Coronation, in half
pound pai kets.
CRAWFORD'S Butter Puffs in J
lb. packets at 4c).
"ITillit" and Puff Cream.
at is. 6 Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb.
LIPTON'S COCOA.
J lb. tins is.
2 OZ. ,, fxl.
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALL AND STOUT.
A delicious Drink brewed from
Hops containing all the tonic
value n| ale and Stout but with-
out the after effects, price 6d.
bottle, 5s (|oz,
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7Jd. Quirts iod.-
SPARKLIN'G VAI.P.NTO WINE.
Pints 751I Per d z. 6s.
GINGER -\I.i-. 4 GINGER BEER
Pints 6(1. Per dot 5-.
SPECIAL PRICKS BY THE
CASES.
SOLD \T BLACK'S
222 Ray St. and
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KITCHEN.
H. s. BLACK, Agent.
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Erry afflicted man. mtSm^rm from mtij
qirk 1Mb* COP' ** * Wia! 9%
tronc. a
pi* words bow at." man can a-iv
r mal.__
a Blood Poaian
I Power, H
rlv V-Jy .
Ilr.-iartt**.
I -wiitr
"oouir-U.J
THE^
HOMf
CURtf
OF
MENS AILMENTS
Ornnke or Coatagtooa Du*u. th* Afu-."ect*
. St..iuch. Line. Kiaaey *nd liladnoa Troobu*. a
otrMLha*;
k*> yonlun'aaifeTMi: ho. oMor*tgM.niou.c*~; kuw
olum r h.v* failed lo flivl Mhof or.bo- dlcoutgwl *nd
good. Muad lock aad arinoo-jiut to. iking* you akwiMl '
kociw ond follow. If roe want Tour **- knaiag. *u *
i .> raahjwe, awn) atawT wow for *a *** f tki* aye
a**U> to H.oHa tn.nod rasa, poatpaM to plain.
*****
OR. JOS. USTER i GO.
"^ .a*. ..*.
Wl'. would I form all who appreciate a Good Smoltf that we now
h;ive on h.nd ;in extensive Stock of H WAN \ CIGARS. We
guarantee our lir;in Wl ippers. and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars art manufactured on OUI premises In skilled workmen
and treat pains are taken to produce an ai tide of superior quilitv-
The success we have met with in tin* put. leads us confidently to expect
the pationage of connois.urs.
J. L SAINDER9 A Co.
Ha\ Street.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE R.OYAL STOKE
OUR "Royal" I l..Usehold
Brand Flour filing at ad
pence per lb. and 30s. per bag of
196 lbs.
"(?olden 'Mar Fl-ur 2 lbs for 3Jl.
and "I.aural Brand" Flour" 2 Ibn
for 3Jd.
Centennial Flour per hag 28s.
Pigs Feet in Vinegar at yd. per ll>.
Brawn Sugar at 2jd. par Hi ^)ur
rice white and clenn, best in town
selling at 41I. per epiart.
All our t jriH-fi u-s are fiesh and
go"d quality and cheap,
l'ur Jamaica Rum at tos, p.*i
gallon.
IAMFS L. SOUNDERS ^t Co.
Ntssau N, P.
Iwihamas.
April 15th iqrj.
W A. MATH I-R.
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform Ins friend*
and the Public that he has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities (or the business of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry exit Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
system and despatch ; and respect-
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that they
are the very lowest for first class
work.
WILLIAMS'
SHOES
ARE BETTER.
N O T ice.
THIS is to inform my Patron*
and the l\ blic in General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
laady to Ho anything in the line ol
(inieial repair 01 new work Horse
{hoeing >i>eiallv. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Kluvlor.
4S3 I*? Street. East (Wharf)
Why import Buttcp
from Nw York?
It costs more than 50CU. |> We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44CU. per lb. and weight
gun ran teed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
1 "pus sup
M IXH
fttD
PM-M|||V
FUSS ELLCrCAp^
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