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1 11 £ 'i U I 1> L N L Zbc {Tribune Set irda\. June 14, I9IY The sigi e:n to p tint to a weakening n e A quith Government Eve stoae that tfa opposition can lay its hands on has been flung at the Ministry. The British Unionists may decide to wholeheartedly back their Irish Unionist supporters in their revolutionary methods. \\ e are not sun-, however, whether this will help the Tories with the Englisii Scotch and W i Kh electoral'-. Many a soberRlinded voter is likely to be Shocked into opposing violent resistant e to legislation. Besidi s all tins English Roman Catholics who are hotly opposed t>> Home Rule may become furious with the anti-Romanist campaign of Ulster Protestants, and may be forced by loyally to their Church to break away from their party on the question. Incitement to violence inav be a weapon to cut the hand that wiejds it. If by any chance also t le Unionist-, could defeat I Ionic Rale by violence or otherwise, have they not pat a dangerous weapon into the hand of the Roman ',Cat!iolic majority of Ireland ? Hut, in any case, the Marconi mudslinging inav damage the Government permanently. In agricultural constituencies advantage is still taken of the Insurance Act. In tho Newmarket Election it was found that Tory farmers had been illegally making their men pay 4d. eacli per week when the wages called for jd. 2d. or id. only. Then the Tories had the effrontery to blame the government for the overcharge, and to make political capital out of it! It is unfortunate for the Liberals that their land campaign is is delajed, and that Nonconformists, who are the backbone of Liberalism, believe that liny have something of a grievance against the Cabinet on the Education question. Both of these difficulties may however be soon overcome. Another large labour strike Would be .i lieauv blow ro the (iovernnx nl if the) were to take any action that the working mi n did ncfiJinr If the Toiw% could a>;ree to drop Tariff Reform HS an imineidiate issue, their chances would [greatly improve. As things are, the likelyhood is that the Unionists might come back, after the next appeal to the country, with a small majority, a-the Liberals did in 12, I i that event the Tories might be in the same plight as were the Liberals when Lord Ivoseberv became Premier. I iberals were then divided, as Conservatives now arc, by personal antagonisms and differen ces of opinion, and the Unioi opposition, with Chamberlain am! Balfour not to speak of Others, at their best, was as powerful in attach as a Liberal ()p| osition would now b. Hut all these anticipations in,iv be falsified by events. The Government seems quite able to bold out long enough to pass Home Rule and Welsh Disestablishment, But the House of Lords will most likely block Registration reform. A go at many Irish votes would be lost to Liberalism through the passage of Home Rule and the re Sultaot cutting down of Irish Representation to 42. Unless the Plural Voting Bill be earned the Liberal Party could hardly make up for the loss of Irish Support. Hut with "One man one vote" in operation at the next General Election, many a seat now counted as Tory will ret inn a Liberal. It is amazing that Radicals should have held power through three general '-hit ions. It would not be suprising if a fourth as sault were to lay lliein low lor a time. -* The Mai1|Stearner "Segurai 1 i' sailed from New York at 4 p. m. I-1 I'll-, with 7 passengers and barrels < argo. j* Foreige Mails for specially addrcsttd cormpemdence wily per schooner "Fearless" to Miami will be made up and i los< el on Monday, idth June, 191$, at j o'clock p.m. The Schooner "Louise I'" arrived this morning from Miami with a cargo of lumber, 28 bags mails and the follow ing passenger-. Misses Charlotte Johnson, Maigaret Longley, Araminta Miller, and Elizabeth Kuowles; Mesdames Sarali Rolle, Alberta Bullard, Mary Knowles, and Ni ttie Troubfleld ; Messrs J 11. I roubheld, Malhew Clark, '1 heophilous Smith, Meshack Kuowles, Daniel Knowles, Frank Gray, Wilfred Rollr, Prince Carr, Joseph Monroe, j Mr. Mosele) from the Select Frederick Howe. Thomas Glass,ICommittee <>' Personal AllowAlpheus Dorsett, Adam Clark,! a nce to N. H. Hurnsidt reporlg. Joseph Munroe, Evangelus Gib,.,| son, Simeon Moxey, James A Bill to provide a personal Finder, Labron Bethel, Corne allowance to Nigel Hun e Burnbus Taylor, Gabriel Styles, John Ml |,. u | ,,ie he holds the iffice of Mi key, Theophilous Strachan, Auditor o| Public Accounts. Joseph Adderley, Nathaniel 1 The same was read a first %  urgurson, Reuben Rolle, time and ordered to be printed. vn Delaveux, Thomas On motion of Mr. Sands that Armbrister, Robert Knowles, Uhe Agricultural Bill be read a Alfred Bullard, George Miller, second time, Mr. Weech moved Howard Carey, George Bode, in amendment that it bi read a Rarnty Armbrister, Enoch second time this day six months. Dames, Daniel I aylor, Aaron, (),, bemgjpi.t, the ame id men t Fergurson. William TKnowles, was lost, and the Hill read a John T. fChOwles, Alpheus Mc. second tune, and rcfcrii It 1 a I'liee. James Sweeting, Robert Committee of the whoh Lou--". Wiliiams, Charles Storr.Oel Das, I Mr. Deputy Speaker,reported Krnest Rolle, Abraham Curtis, \ that the Committee >f the Walter Cum, Gus Thompson, Whole had gone through the Joseph Neil, Feter Culmer, Bruce Williams, John Sutheralud, Richard Swei ting. DON HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Thursday evening The I [ouse met according t<> adjournment. Present : The Honble. The Speaker <-t al. The Acting Chief Clerk reported the delivery to the Legi • 1 itive Council the Hill passed the House al its last sitting. The Clerk of the Leeisl ti e Council 1 %  .< si nt< dam in forming lite I louse that tin y had passed the following Bills without making any amendments (herein, \ i/.: the Manufactories Hill, the Radio Telegraphic Hill and the Pierage and Wharfage Mill, but had made certain amendments to the Audit Bill, the l.eper Hill and the 1 eli graph Department Bill. Ordered thai the amendment to the several Bills be on the Table. On motion of Mi Sands Resolved that the amendments be printed. Resolution of the Committee of the W hide I louse, ft petition I for a light at Hawks Nest, agreed to. The Petition was accordingly Refeired back to the Select Committee : Messrs T. Culmer, Dr. Sweeting, Gamblin, and L. W. Young. Mi. Fin ler moved that it be an instruction to said Commit1. 1 to in < immend Devils Point instead of Hawks Nest a'id to insert £0.0. Committee so instructed. The Speaki 1 appointed Mr. Johnson in plai e ol Mi. 1. Culmer on ;aid C immitti i %  Hill making too ami ndn ents. (Ordered that a Message be si ni to His EX ellen %  I iovernoi con vevingavuteof Indem* nity for £ 26 11.11. e* ess on Item 79 of Appropriati in Act 12th June 1913.1 iQia for food for prisoners in Nass iu Prison. Messrs Armbrister, Albury, Sweeting and Evans a Committee HCCOI Jingl). Th; Ho ourned until Monday evening. Nassau, N. P. June 14th 1913. Editor Tribui e: By |Ist night s pap I that there is {another "I mpire Day"conespondent, I ver) much ngn.t that I am leaving your town to-day foi Long Cay and that press of business d< %  s not allow me sufficient tune to ans\\. 1 this 1 onimunicatioit us 1 intended doing. In the meantime] will ask your readers to look "ut lor a truthful rt port of the "Empire Day" celebrations at I ong Cay from JAS. E. H. WILLIAMS. VAN BULl IN TURNS 1 PIN BELIZE. SUPREME CO JRT. Wednesday 301I1 April. Van Bullen was lound 1 iuilty on a charge of assault on Police Constable Walt -is by the jury, who carried out in effect the \ei\ 1.in address made by Ilis I lonor Judge Shaw. Sergt. Majoi Blades gave <\ \. deuce to the fact <>f having had the prisoner under his observation for considerable time. He als 1 pointed out that thenwore two previous charge I against him which had been before the 2k.



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I HI I R 1 B I) N 1 %  — %  %  Istn i Cnuiinissioner.and that tie prisoner admitted to him tint he \\^ an alien. IThc J^l^", addressing the prisoner, said You have been found Guilty by the jury of U i^g a dangerous weapon intending to wound a constable. I think you are an undesirable alien, I and a nuisance to the Colony. \ Probably the punishment 1 am ; Bjning to inflict is not as much a? you deserve, but 1 don'l wli British Honduras should be put to the trouble of kee| ii u h sirable aliens. I shall ten e you to twelve months' imprisoii'iipiit with hard lab >ur, ami ask I lis Kxci Hem y the ( J overiior to have you deported from tinColony. —"The Clarion" U liz Mi i West Indies h •. produ ed a larger number of men to the squmc inch men who have sfapi d, i ir assi u d in shaping the Impei ial policy' than India, (Sana la, Australia oi South Al in a combined. Turn up the March ami .April numbers of j \\ i .' India Committee Cm ulai." of I isl • %  e u and read Mi--, C. de Thierrys paper c>n "S iii" I-", i II iiWest Indians," ajid ynu will hud ample confirmation "f my assertion and now nn Exchange says the following: It might not be known ihatAlexandei 11 imlitorj who ngured with George Washington and others Jin bringing about the Indi pendence of Am eii' a, was a native of the D i par itivelv msignifii ant island of Nevis. But so he v as I be New York "An i nan' annoum ed trie death of his last surviving El mdsou "ii III • 23rd ultimo Alexander Hamilton even more Mian Josephine,wife ofNapoleon lb" Great, who was born in the Island of Martinque, will remain in histor) as the most distin({uislie I world character who first saw the light in tfa W 1 I Indies. —''Belize Clarion*' Mi s* AMBASSADOR BRYCE TAKES LEAVE OF THE U.S. $ %  rptnry Bryan Bids Him Pare well in the Temp tram e UAIXquet; the first ever given to a Retiring Ambassador. Rt. Hon. James Bryce, the British Ambassador al Washington, took lea\eid ol oui Government last week. He han pie nted the British government at ir capital loathe l t si\ years. A Farewell banquet was given bj him William J. Bryan, Se i< lary of State. To this dinner the Amba adors of other countries were unit'd. ["rue to Ins temperam e principles, sc of ten announced in the past, Secretary Bryan provided no wine for bis guests. It was the first time in the entire history ol the Stati Department that a dinni r to the representatives of foreign sovereigns, given by the Secretary of State, was served without wine. < )n tins M 1 asion there were b ittled mineral waters and unfermented grape juice, but no alcholic driu There have been othei Se :retarysof State who did not themselves drink wine, but so far as Washiu %  remember Mr. I it e first locany the total abstinent %  id< a to the extent >>l not providing wine at a diplomatic dinner. In the Hayes administration Mrs. Haves did refuse to allow wine I" be served at V\ late I louse dinners. The courageous stand taken l iv Mr. Bryan calh d out widespread comment, favourable and unfavorable, in this country and in Hum, 1 The special commissioner investigating the state of affairs at the United States prisons h is just issued his report on SingSing 1 '11 on. I he publication of the docu111 lit is likely tO give rise to a good deal ol 1 ontroi 1 the commissioner n pi >i ts the exis ten. e of a frightful condition of things in this most famous "f America's prisons. The cell lared in man) cases to 1 with vermin and disease, graft is stated to be everywhen rampanti and the comniisMoiier re ports that the' convicts are horribly mnlticated and even tortured.-CAB1.EGR \M!j I Edinburgh, 12. The tinr.it1 11 id sti ike of the shipbuil involving about 50.000 men, lia i bei r. n rted again | a ballot b) Hie men on the question of ince or rejection <>f the offers of the employ ers federation. Los Anvi Ii s. California, 12.— V o'clocl tins afternoon the submarine boat which sank to the bottom "f Long Beach I lar1 hour yesterday rose to the surface establishing a recwd for %  submergence in staying down i 36 hours. London, 1 2 .While' Premier Asquith was speaking in the 1 hous of ci mmons this afternoon a bap thrown from the gallery fell near tli is chair and Inns', covering the surrounding w ith flour. London, 12.— Will Cl Labour member of the housof j Commons for Norwich, who is a staunch advocate of women suffrage, was prevented from a king at a labour meeting im Gaxton Hall to-night by I suffragettes supported by male companions. Brussels, 12.—The Belgian pramier announced in the senate to-day the intention %  f the government to b irrow 9 2.800 000 to co\er military expendi ture. THE N ."sau Bargain Housa. Have been receiving by last weeks steamer ,1 v ry large and varied assortment oj Goods for their department Stcret A I kKGI variety of La lies and children's trimmed and untrimmed Hats. A beautiful l>t ol Fancy I Im Ribbon*, I. irgeRoses an I Wreaths IM, ceded and plain Velvets, hlack and coloured, A qu intitj Furniture in Bureaux rabies, Dining Chairs, Mattrassea &c. One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a c taster and new. A quantity China and Whit %  Stone 1 hioa Earthenware. M irket Baskets, Brooms, Talcum Powder, Enameled Ware Oc. A I mi' Lot 1 'i'ss 1 ioods in Linenes, Linettes, Muslins, Ac. 10 yard pieces Sanitary Diaper, Childn n's p'ain colours and fancy Lisle Sucks al 6d. ond 9 I. pair. NO'I ICE. The dwelling form srly nci |,N v. .11 fin Kent fro 11 the 16U1 ins!.1 HI. Apply to A i MOORE. Jim'' lOtll, IQ'3 YVII 1 IAMS' SHOES ARE BETTER. June 1 |th 1913. London, 1-' The Women writers suffrage league winch on May 2 ^ tli sent a letter to the king and queen protesting inst the "Cal 'Ui<\ Mouse'' lull for dealing with hunger strikers, has ri ceiv d tins acknowledgment : The Private Secretary is commanded by Ihe King to inform the membersof the women writers suffrage 1 B U thai their petition has I e n transmitted to the Secretary of State for {the Home Office. iuy New York, 12 —Marco ii, inventor of wireless telegrai by. an ived on th %  I )lj mpic yester day t-i inspect the new :r ins itic w r< it ion 1 e c mstrui ted at Belma N Jersey. Bv the r ute from Cam to Uclinar Ihe speed of in VTIII be increased from thirty to •ixty woid a minute. Asked about the upset in London over Marconi chares, the inventor said ii had be< n lost regrett ible business and had doma great deal of harm all arou id, but that lie sti 111 believed \m company would ;_:ct t ie contract from the British \ I II..Hilt. N 0 I 1 C I T ill-is 1.1 inform my Patrons and the Public in til neial lli.it I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol Genet al repair 01 new work Horse Sin* ing Specially. All work done Mei 1 anically. P. A. I'luvler, 1 I Pay Street. Li (,'Wha f) USE "OF Typewriter* TREE |jj\s-%  ...'( LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FOH PARTICULARS WRIT! BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHOOk EIGHTH AND PINE, ST. LOUIS. N?



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H f i a n i \ and Ilia > %  \ stem and I iaiu are ilip ii-i!< s \\\ ich ore n ost susceptil le ii, its evil infli rote. Although it.. a narco tic •-t mulnni, ii iii ire correct to k '.f it -' i tic drug, 'I he word nun m is d< m ed tt< >na a 1 ii %  %  h mean il m iv be di fined as a drug %  %  i i %  I-..| iin, i nuniI) til-nerves, I his the po| ul ir ni course there are R Few | • who ta ke alci iholic Iie> ei B g es '"•• cause it is consider* d the fa! to do so, and they doj not wish to !"• thought odd or pe< ulinr. liut it ia undoubtedly true that a far larecr number, including most t>f tl who style then i rlrinkei -, take the bevei Would SoreB miss i is influi lei, continu Rest and Comfort for tho mother and health for the baby follow tho UM of tho 'Allenbuiya' 'ooda. Thoy resemblo healthy human milk in composition, nun itive value and digest i 'ility. Babies fed on tho "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive woll. sSUenburgs Foods MILK FOOD No. 1. MILK FOOD No. 2. MALTED POOD Ho. & The 'AUenboi i.-s' Malted) From birth W> 3 inoulbs. From 3 to 6 months. From 6 months up' From 10 months upMR•. TO HE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. gm~ Pumplili-t Infant Feeding and Management" sent free. ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND. | 1 as as m m m m Wl £40 A MONTH Be Your Own Boss If ToU are m a k I n u i' than £10 a *ck you nhould wrlt ua to-day. We help you to m .nh and India,*-ni!i'onr JUT plliTl. Y'lU can work w L I n IM I'trane, whrr* J.I i pitMiv. atMaytj money *nu f U. at the, tmtt IXJU-IIL and live like H lord nn-\ rl.KD Up £"-' every day? \\nrk *t atriuwmmt plarea.rmwn'ral itrn-t rumors, mamilacturinrf ituuin.*lwie of the Klobe. Juat art a iTuwhln* up any olam* you happen to select, and clean up £J mp pol take and Instant annual y develop all i-ntirvly difT.Temt atyli* ot picture* innhidlnit Ituttoiia, I'nat <"ard. and tour atylea of Tintype Tlciun*. Every plate la developed without the use of 111 ma or neflatlvea, and la ready to dellvei to your ruatomvr In lrt than a mlnuif after snaking the •ipoaurv. Thin Itl MAHKAIHi; INVENTION taki-H liK) T>1T*IT %  -* MI hour. I.nryhody wants plr tuna and ewh Na.e you nuike iwliertliim your bunt. Mai and makea man nlM I .NO F.Xf'rKII N' r M KHH) Pimple? Instruction! accompany wh Outfit and you nkn betjo t.. make money In urteeti mlnutea aftsT thr o itnt n ..-. %  A trinininviwtuient will |et thkt WONDKREI'l. or 1'T J r for >ou suid put jou hi a puelilon ta made £AtlO a year. II you want to be Indepen(1e>nr. and abaoluuiy your own htM, write ne to-day and I will semi jmi by return mall, t<>n fr**Inforuatlou rwardln* Ulla WtiSKKKKUL FHoliirilTION. liuliiillng Ifttrra orTf-rlnu poult I ve prowfty from --veiry part cf tbe> world. IK)N*T PKt-AJT ANMWIli TIIIH ANNoCNi'KMKNT TO-OAV. LUwtli Mp.,l27W iMft.BHt fli InTHlll Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 W I 111 A i INK LtNH I 1 I .ALUS DRESS GOODS, PRINTS, DRILL, GENTS SHIRTS, UNDER WAISI S : Call Early and See New Stock Why import Butter from Nw York? It i ts. per lb. We cfAsupply the retail Grocer Better Butter at .)., th.. j"i Hi find] weight £JU,U. lltCtll, J** W VORK HOISF KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. \I.I AND STOUT. A delicious Drink brewed frorn I lops con in ining all the tonic value 'I ale and ^tout but wrth(mi the afl %  ' : price 6 I. b-ittle. s s I.1MI. (Ml Wll' U,\T. Pints 7' I. i lu nis ICKI. SPAKKLING VAI.ENTO WINE. Pints ;'. I Pei d t. 6s GINCiEU \!.l. & GINGER BEI R Pints; 6(1. I'-M dnZ 5s. SPE( l\l. PRICES BY THE i . I luntley & Palmers Petit Beurre, M.itic 'Mil 1 HI 1 motion, in half pound pa, kets, CRAWFORD'S Butter Puds in ] ll>. packets %  •'! pi. „ "I'fillii"' and i'lid Creams at 1 s. (ul. pi ll>. „ Currant Putts at I/J lb, LIPTON'S COCOA. 1 lb, tins 11, 2 <'7. ,. nil. Wanted 'WO CIG \\< M \KERS Apply tn J. P SANDS CO. wixm \ 171. would 1 form all who approciata a Good Smoke that we now VV have on h.nd ao extensive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be-made ol the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured •>" nui premises b\ skilled workmen .1 _ .. 1 %  1 1.. .1 1.... •-' %  %  v %  • — %  r inl creat pains ai" taken lo prodoce an article of superioi quality, The succi 1 in the past leads us cui-fidently to expect the patronagi oiseurs |. I.. SAI NDERS A Co. Day Street. THE SPF.CIAL CALK AT THE R.OVAL STORE O UR "Royal" Huosehoid Biand I lour telling at 2d pence per lb. and 30s. pei bag 01 I96 Ills. "i iolden Star Flour 1 lbs f"i and "I. mrel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs for )j I Centennial Florji per bag Pigs I eet i" Vines ir at ; I pei ll, I 1 I ' |ii III Mm I esl in town sell 1 in; a I id. j ( ..| iju.il l._ All our Groceries are fresh and good < 1 • 1 -1 |i 1 y nrrd cheap. Pore l.iin.i %  1 Rum at ica, per gallon. |AMFS 1 SAUNDERS & Co. N (-in \. P. B 'I..1111 is. \l III Ijtll 1913. Rag-time Piano Playing P OSI riVELY tan ii ht any per. MMI in in to -' U SS.IIIS. Sue. 1 esa gu 1 ranieed, CaII ur w ri'.e fi 11 Free BoukleL WALT. F. WEIR. Dilltti street. NOTICE D uring my absciicr fmn the Co. 1'iinv, James S n' la,ii w ill act as my Alton i'v. STANLEY ELLIOTT W \. M ,1111 U. UNDER I \KI.Iv D E*I l\I.> i, 1 ,.,in ins f, ifnds and tinI'lililuj thai Ite has just received a con plete outftt if facilities loi ine business of an undertaker, v\ hich p'..cs him in a piisiliiiiitiiiarivi.it Funeials that may be entrusted I bis care with >\-iem and despnli Ii ; and respei t fully SOIK its iheir patronage I ii t inv l'i "i s liisi in,pri ive that I hay are Ibe ver) lowest loi first class \ink. new". Cutlery a fun' assortment of: RAZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives MuUhcr Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in Case* and SCISSORS. fur sale by Chas. E. Altoury. T*



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CD > 3 r* CD 0) o CD CD Nvillius addlctus |virro In verbav m*letrl. BeinH bound to swea-r to the Dogma, of no Master. VOL. X. V „„ Ui N. P.. Be.he.mas. Saturday Jne LfcON E. H. DUN C II, EutTOR lB HMMIlml OKKK'iD .,, MAttKKT -TKKKT N.iBO N. V., I.AIIAMAM I' .. Ht I I.-: PUBLISHED liAII \ M .ii day, Wednesday earl Pridaj glecopy ... %  • %  •"• lV|Ml ida) an : ituidajr•ingle copy %  J'[ \loi.thlv .IS.ad Quartri |j 4 *. HallYearlv Yeany ,., if i'Y\m.l' IN ADVANCE. M advertising Rates: Sis pence pet line for first insertion: three pence |.er line far second insertion: snc" one penny per line foi suhaeqi lions Advertisements under eight lines is. THE MYSTERY OF rOB*CCO James Frederick Boftwra, M. 1>. ^Concluded.) The waste ol energy in the tobacco habit it accompanied by a waste ..( material wealth winch hat often been dwell upon. Ihe homes, books, music, pictures, clothes, and other thing! lhai go u ,„ tobacco smoke year alter i,,r nn uncertain I Ut "<>t an unselfish satufacti *, would far better miniatei to 'he body and „„nd than all tha mo tin evet tet [roc since the world began, Ihtu th-re is tlie horror which tobacco I egels in those who have never ifiuied themselves to the habit Such will quite figiee with Ko'i" Jamet't verdict thai tobacco nvorto! hell. Five minutes in a su okei it foi Mich H one comparab e t" bve sons in the nethermost .„t I he sensitiveness id ml noco U vis to ihe sufferings ol otheis n not good evidence for the brae* cent action of the weed. KmjAmes wm right when he said that the weed doth I ewitch a man MM the w.tchoalt in the failure til ,ts user* to give a" account ol its uteiulneta, and in their mbility to glVi uplhepractise even when thev find it (u.mshes them n o adequate return. We have a special instance in the witchery .t wove about Richard Wanner. Ffom -iiv manhopd he practised talcing snuff, "lie did not ewe for snuff, and even'allowed the mdel icacy of the habit, but he yearned for the enjoyment of all the 'supI o ed' luxuries of life. It was pre( is< l> ihe same with smoking. He indulged in jlil-, from the mild and inoffensive cheroot to ihe luxurious hooka, but experienced not the Slightest pleasure from it. 'Other people find pleasure in smoking ; then why she uld not 1 ?' 1 Ins U, I rieflv, the only explanation YVagner ever offered in defense of the practise,a prai use which he was fully aware incieased the maKgnity of his terrible dyspepsia." !• IOIII every lighted pipe or cigar there is unloosed a geme corn par. able to that which escaped from the fisherman's topper vessel, with the significant difference that this genie never can be persuaded to return to Ins priori, but remains to dominate his liberator even to such an extent as to cause him to give up manv, many treasures, even to relinquish the love of a lovable woman rather than break his al* legiance to the tyrant. Sooner or later the fascination of the spell wanes, though its binding power usually peisists. The bewitched a< knowledges the emptiness of the experience, and warns his children; hm for himself, it is too late to COi.quei. A thiug may be used, but it is quite another matt-r for it to be useful Hie propeities of t baCCO as defined by experience and research are so vaguely made out that one might mm up the matter ns briefly HS HI the account of the snakes in Ireland, by saying that it has no u>es. It i used to snuff, to chew, and to smoke, but its use lulness beyond this seems, as we try to gntsp it, to vanish in vapor. ALCOHOL AS A HABIT. FORMING DRUG By B. Often, M. D 1). P. H. If beer, wine, whisky, and other alcholic beverages are not taken as a food, if they are not necessary to life and health, if they do not in any way benefit healthy men or women,'then we may well ask, Why are intoxicating drinks used so universally and so freely thn ughaut the civilized world ? When athletes and nen who wish to excel HI health and strength avoid alcohol; when great schol I 1*. 19l> No. 167 arsand literary men find lh } does not help them in their best wort ; when b'usiO SSI '' employers pr< fei taming workmen when railway 11 mpanift discourage the use of alcohol by then employees, Kiel sometimts even forbid it entirely ; when 1 ing military men "I ihe army ai d navy, such as Lord Roberts, Lord Charles Beresford, Gen, 1'ad.n Powell, Sir Geoige White, and rx host ol others, I oth ai d men, ere tl • abstainers, and seek to persuade their fellow soldiers and SailoTStO avoid Stl drmk ; when we h IVJ greal scientists and doctors ol the, haracter of Sir Victor Horsier, Sir Thomas Barlow, su Frederick Treves, Sir Alfred Pearce Gould, Prof.G S Woodhead, and others too numer. ous to mention, earnestly advocat ing total abstinence ; when great judges and lawyers, including the lord chief justice ol England, lead in" civic authorities like Sir 1 homasVezey Mr-aig, late lord mayor of London, and statesmen such as Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. Join Hums, and many others equal'v famous, recognize the evils associated with the trade, and Strongly and earnestly d-scourge thtfute <>l intoxicating drinks ; when great leaders of both church and chapel, including the archb p f Caiteihuiv and Mr. Meyer, take, .1 anything, a still stronger stand against the use of all intoxicants When thinking men and women of all prolesnons and occupations are awakening lo the dangers of alcohol,—then we ask again, "Why drink alrc-hol ?" Alcohol as a Narcotic Drug The answer to this question, at least in the case of the majority oI drinkers, issimply this : Alcohol is a narcotic 'bug, which, b) its p culai effect upon the humi tern, creates an unnatural appetite, %  nd'excitei a strot | d petition ol the drugs, whu lv dominates the will-power. in Other words, alcohol is related to tobacco, opium, and COCaiO, all 01 them habit-forming drugs. Strictly %  peaking, alcohol is is a drug, and only a drug, as far as Us effect upon the human body is concerned %  (Continued on fourth pag %  —' %  la


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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Saturday, June 14, 1913
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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Nvillius addlctus |virro In verbav m*letrl.
BeinH bound to swea-r to the Dogma, of no Master.
VOL. X.
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THE MYSTERY OF rOB*CCO
James Frederick Boftwra, M. 1>.
^Concluded.)
The waste ol energy in the to-
bacco habit it accompanied by a
waste ..( material wealth winch
hat often been dwell upon. Ihe
homes, books, music, pictures,
clothes, and other thing! lhai go
u , tobacco smoke year alter
i,,r nn uncertain I Ut "<>t an
unselfish satufacti *, would far
better miniatei to 'he body and
nd than all tha mo tin evet tet
[roc since the world began,
Ihtu th-re is tlie horror which
tobacco I egels in those who have
never ifiuied themselves to the ha-
bit Such will quite figiee with
Ko'i" Jamet't verdict thai tobacco
nvorto! hell. Five minutes in a
su okei it foi Mich h one compar-
ab e t" bve sons in the nethermost
.t I he sensitiveness id ml noco
Uvis to ihe sufferings ol otheis n
not good evidence for the brae*
cent action of the weed. Km-
jAmes wm right when he said that
the weed doth I ewitch a man
MM the w.tchoalt in the failure til
,ts user* to give a" account ol
its uteiulneta, and in their m-
bility to glVi uplhepractise even
when thev find it (u.mshes them
no adequate return. We have a
special instance in the witchery .t
wove about Richard Wanner.
Ffom -iiv manhopd he practised
talcing snuff, "lie did not ewe for
snuff, and even'allowed the mdel
icacy of the habit, but he yearned
for the enjoyment of all the 'sup-
I o ed' luxuries of life. It was pre-
( is< l> ihe same with smoking. He
indulged in jlil-, from the mild and
inoffensive cheroot to ihe luxurious
hooka, but experienced not the
Slightest pleasure from it. 'Other
people find pleasure in smoking ;
then why she uld not 1 ?' 1 Ins U,
I rieflv, the only explanation YVag-
ner ever offered in defense of the
practise,- a prai use which he was
fully aware incieased the maKgnity
of his terrible dyspepsia."
! ioiii every lighted pipe or cigar
there is unloosed a geme corn par.
able to that which escaped from
the fisherman's topper vessel, with
the significant difference that this
genie never can be persuaded to re-
turn to Ins priori, but remains to
dominate his liberator even to such
an extent as to cause him to give
up manv, many treasures, even to
relinquish the love of a lovable
woman rather than break his al*
legiance to the tyrant. Sooner or
later the fascination of the spell
wanes, though its binding power
usually peisists. The bewitched
a< knowledges the emptiness of the
experience, and warns his children;
hm for himself, it is too late to
COi.quei.
A thiug may be used, but it is
quite another matt-r for it to be
useful Hie propeities of t baCCO
as defined by experience and re-
search are so vaguely made out
that one might mm up the matter
ns briefly hs hi the account of the
snakes in Ireland, by saying that
it has no u>es. It i used to snuff,
to chew, and to smoke, but its use
lulness beyond this seems, as we
try to gntsp it, to vanish in vapor.
ALCOHOL AS A HABIT.
FORMING DRUG
By B. Often, M. D 1). P. H.
If beer, wine, whisky, and other
alcholic beverages are not taken as
a food, if they are not necessary to
life and health, if they do not in
any way benefit healthy men or
women,'then we may well ask,
Why are intoxicating drinks used
so universally and so freely
thn ughaut the civilized world ?
When athletes and nen who wish
to excel hi health and strength
avoid alcohol; when great schol
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No. 167
arsand literary men find lh }
does not help them in their
best wort ; when b'usiO SSI ''
employers pr< fei taming work-
men when railway 11 mpanift
discourage the use of alcohol by
then employees, Kiel sometimts
even forbid it entirely ; when 1
ing military men "I ihe army ai d
navy, such as Lord Roberts, Lord
Charles Beresford, Gen, 1'ad.n
Powell, Sir Geoige White, and rx
host ol others, I oth ai d
men, ere tl abstainers,
and seek to persuade their fellow
soldiers and SailoTStO avoid Stl
drmk ; when we h ivj greal scien-
tists and doctors ol the, haracter of
Sir Victor Horsier, Sir Thomas
Barlow, su Frederick Treves, Sir
Alfred Pearce Gould, Prof.G S
Woodhead, and others too numer.
ous to mention, earnestly advocat
ing total abstinence ; when great
judges and lawyers, including the
lord chief justice ol England, lead
in" civic authorities like Sir 1 ho-
masVezey Mr-aig, late lord mayor
of London, and statesmen such as
Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. Join
Hums, and many others equal'v
famous, recognize the evils associ-
ated with the trade, and Strongly
and earnestly d-scourge thtfute <>l
intoxicating drinks ; when great
leaders of both church and chapel,
including the archb p f Cai-
teihuiv and Mr. Meyer, take, .1
anything, a still stronger stand
against the use of all intoxicants .
When thinking men and women of
all prolesnons and occupations are
awakening lo the dangers of alco-
hol,then we ask again, "Why
drink alrc-hol ?"
Alcohol as a Narcotic Drug
The answer to this question, at
least in the case of the majority oI
drinkers, issimply this : Alcohol is
a narcotic 'bug, which, b) its p -
culai effect upon the humi
tern, creates an unnatural appetite,
nd'excitei a strot | d
petition ol the drugs, whu
lv dominates the will-power. in
Other words, alcohol is related to
tobacco, opium, and COCaiO, all 01
them habit-forming drugs. Strictly
peaking, alcohol is is a drug, and
only a drug, as far as Us effect up-
on the human body is concerned
(Continued on fourth pag
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1 11 'i U I 1> L N L
Zbc {Tribune
Set irda\. June 14, I9IY
The sigi e:n to p tint to a
weakening n e A quith Gov-
ernment Eve stoae that tfa
opposition can lay its hands on
has been flung at the Ministry.
The British Unionists may de-
cide to wholeheartedly back
their Irish Unionist supporters
in their revolutionary methods.
\\ e are not sun-, however,
whether this will help the Tories
with the Englisii Scotch and
W i Kh electoral'-. Many a sober-
Rlinded voter is likely to be
Shocked into opposing violent
resistant e to legislation. Besidi s
all tins English Roman Catho-
lics who are hotly opposed t>>
Home Rule may become furious
with the anti-Romanist cam-
paign of Ulster Protestants, and
may be forced by loyally to
their Church to break away
from their party on the question.
Incitement to violence inav be
a weapon to cut the hand that
wiejds it. If by any chance also
t le Unionist-, could defeat I Ionic
Rale by violence or otherwise,
have they not pat a dangerous
weapon into the hand of the
Roman ',Cat!iolic majority of
Ireland ?
Hut, in any case, the Marconi
mudslinging inav damage the
Government permanently. In
agricultural constituencies ad-
vantage is still taken of the In-
surance Act. In tho Newmarket
Election it was found that Tory
farmers had been illegally mak-
ing their men pay 4d. eacli per
week when the wages called
for jd. 2d. or id. only. Then the
Tories had the effrontery to
blame the government for the
overcharge, and to make politi-
cal capital out of it!
It is unfortunate for the Liber-
als that their land campaign is
is delajed, and that Nonconfor-
mists, who are the backbone of
Liberalism, believe that liny
have something of a grievance
against the Cabinet on the Edu-
cation question. Both of these
difficulties may however be soon
overcome.
Another large labour strike
Would be .i lieauv blow ro the
(iovernnx nl if the) were to take
any action that the working
mi n did ncfiJinr
If the Toiw% could a>;ree to
drop Tariff Reform hs an imine-
idiate issue, their chances would
[greatly improve.
As things are, the likelyhood
is that the Unionists might come
back, after the next appeal to
the country, with a small ma-
jority, a-- the Liberals did in
12, I i that event the Tories
might be in the same plight as
were the Liberals when Lord
Ivoseberv became Premier.
I iberals were then divided, as
Conservatives now arc, by per-
sonal antagonisms and differen
ces of opinion, and the Unioi
opposition, with Chamberlain
am! Balfour not to speak of
Others, at their best, was as
powerful in attach as a Liberal
()p| osition would now b.
Hut all these anticipations
in,iv be falsified by events. The
Government seems quite able
to bold out long enough to pass
Home Rule and Welsh Dises-
tablishment, But the House of
Lords will most likely block
Registration reform. A go at
many Irish votes would be lost
to Liberalism through the pas-
sage of Home Rule and the re
Sultaot cutting down of Irish
Representation to 42. Unless the
Plural Voting Bill be earned
the Liberal Party could hardly
make up for the loss of Irish
Support. Hut with "One man
one vote" in operation at the
next General Election, many a
seat now counted as Tory will
ret inn a Liberal.
It is amazing that Radicals
should have held power through
three general '-hit ions. It would
not be suprising if a fourth as
sault were to lay lliein low lor
a time.
-*
The Mai1|Stearner "Segurai 1 i'
sailed from New York at 4 p. m.
I-1 I'll-, with 7 passengers and
barrels < argo.
j*
Foreige Mails for specially ad-
drcsttd cormpemdence wily per
schooner "Fearless" to Miami
will be made up and i los< el on
Monday, idth June, 191$, at j
o'clock p.m.
The Schooner "Louise I'" ar-
rived this morning from Miami
with a cargo of lumber, 28 bags
mails and the follow ing passen-
ger-.
Misses Charlotte Johnson,
Maigaret Longley, Araminta
Miller, and Elizabeth Kuowles;
Mesdames Sarali Rolle, Alberta
Bullard, Mary Knowles, and
Ni ttie Troubfleld ; Messrs J 11.
I roubheld, Malhew Clark,
'1 heophilous Smith, Meshack
Kuowles, Daniel Knowles,
Frank Gray, Wilfred Rollr,
Prince Carr, Joseph Monroe, j Mr. Mosele) from the Select
Frederick Howe. Thomas Glass,ICommittee <>' Personal Allow-
Alpheus Dorsett, Adam Clark,!ance to N. H. Hurnsidt reporlg.
Joseph Munroe, Evangelus Gib- ,.,|
son, Simeon Moxey, James A Bill to provide a personal
Finder, Labron Bethel, Corne allowance to Nigel Hun e Burn-
bus Taylor, Gabriel Styles, John Ml|,. u|,,ie he holds the iffice of
Mi key, Theophilous Strachan, Auditor o| Public Accounts.
Joseph Adderley, Nathaniel 1 The same was read a first
urgurson, Reuben Rolle, time and ordered to be printed.
vn Delaveux, Thomas On motion of Mr. Sands that
Armbrister, Robert Knowles, Uhe Agricultural Bill be read a
Alfred Bullard, George Miller, second time, Mr. Weech moved
Howard Carey, George Bode, in amendment that it bi read a
Rarnty Armbrister, Enoch second time this day six months.
Dames, Daniel I aylor, Aaron, (),, bemgjpi.t, the ame id men t
Fergurson. William TKnowles, was lost, and the Hill read a
John T. fChOwles, Alpheus Mc. second tune, and rcfcrii It 1 a
I'liee. James Sweeting, Robert Committee of the whoh Lou--".
Wiliiams, Charles Storr.Oel Das, I Mr. Deputy Speaker,reported
Krnest Rolle, Abraham Curtis, \ that the Committee >f the
Walter Cum, Gus Thompson, Whole had gone through the
Joseph Neil, Feter Culmer,
Bruce Williams, John Suther-
alud, Richard Swei ting.
DON HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Thursday evening
The I [ouse met according t<>
adjournment.
Present : The Honble. The
Speaker <-t al.
The Acting Chief Clerk re-
ported the delivery to the Legi
1 itive Council the Hill passed
the House al its last sitting.
The Clerk of the Leeisl ti e
Council 1 .< si nt< dam in
forming lite I louse that tin y
had passed the following Bills
without making any amend-
ments (herein,\ i/.: the Manufac-
tories Hill, the Radio Telegra-
phic Hill and the Pierage and
Wharfage Mill, but had made
certain amendments to the Au-
dit Bill, the l.eper Hill and the
1 eli graph Department Bill.
Ordered thai the amendment
to the several Bills be on the
Table.
On motion of Mi Sands Re-
solved that the amendments be
. printed.
Resolution of the Committee
of the W hide I louse, ft petition
I for a light at Hawks Nest,
' agreed to.
The Petition was accordingly
Refeired back to the Select
Committee : Messrs T. Culmer,
Dr. Sweeting, Gamblin, and L.
W. Young.
Mi. Fin ler moved that it be
an instruction to said Commit-
1.1 to in < immend Devils Point
instead of Hawks Nest a'id to
insert 0.0. Committee so in-
structed.
The Speaki 1 appointed Mr.
Johnson in plai e ol Mi. 1. Cul-
mer on ;aid C immitti i
Hill making too ami ndn ents.
(Ordered that a Message be
si ni to His Ex ellen I iov-
ernoi con vevingavuteof Indem*
nity for 26 11.11. e* ess on
, Item 79 of Appropriati in Act
12th June 1913.1 iQia for food for prisoners in
Nass iu Prison.
Messrs Armbrister, Albury,
Sweeting and Evans a Commit-
tee hccoi Jingl).
Th; Ho ourned until
Monday evening.
Nassau, N. P.
June 14th 1913.
Editor Tribui e:
By |Ist night s pap I
that there is {another "I mpire
Day"conespondent, I ver) much
ngn.t that I am leaving your
town to-day foi Long Cay and
that press of business d< s not
allow me sufficient tune to an-
s\\. 1 this 1 onimunicatioit us 1
intended doing. In the mean-
time] will ask your readers to
look "ut lor a truthful rt port of
the "Empire Day" celebrations
at I ong Cay from
JAS. E. H. WILLIAMS.
VAN BULl IN
TURNS 1 PIN BELIZE.
SUPREME CO JRT.
Wednesday 301I1 April.
Van Bullen was lound 1 iuilty
on a charge of assault on Police
Constable Walt -is by the jury,
who carried out in effect the
\ei\ 1.in address made by Ilis
I lonor Judge Shaw.
Sergt. Majoi Blades gave <\ \.
deuce to the fact <>f having had
the prisoner under his observa-
tion for considerable time. He
als 1 pointed out that then- wore
two previous charge I against
him which had been before the
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I HI I R 1 B I) N 1

Istn i Cnuiinissioner.and that
tie prisoner admitted to him
tint he \\^ an alien.
IThc J^l^", addressing the
prisoner, said You have been
found Guilty by the jury of U
i^g a dangerous weapon intend-
ing to wound a constable. I think
you are an undesirable alien, I
and a nuisance to the Colony. \
Probably the punishment 1 am ;
Bjning to inflict is not as much
a? you deserve, but 1 don'l
wli British Honduras should
be put to the trouble of kee| ii
u h sirable aliens. I shall
ten e you to twelve months' im-
prisoii'iipiit with hard lab >ur,
ami ask I lis Kxci Hem y the (Jov-
eriior to have you deported from
tin- Colony.
"The Clarion" U liz Mi
i West Indies h . produ
ed a larger number of men to the
squmc inch men who have
sfapi d, i ir assi u d in shaping
the Impei ial policy' than India,
(Sana la, Australia oi South Al
in a combined. Turn up the '
March ami .April numbers of j
\\ i .' India Committee
Cm ulai." of I isl e u and read
Mi--, C. de Thierrys paper c>n
"S iii" I-", i ii ii- West Indians,"
ajid ynu will hud ample confir-
mation "f my assertion and now
nn Exchange says the following:
It might not be
known ihatAlexandei 11 imlitorj
who ngured with George Wash-
ington and others Jin bringing
about the Indi pendence of Am
eii' a, was a native of the D i
par itivelv msignifii ant island
of Nevis. But so he v as I be
New York "An i nan' annoum
ed trie death of his last surviving
El mdsou "ii III 23rd ultimo
Alexander Hamilton even more
Mian Josephine,wife ofNapoleon
lb" Great, who was born in the
Island of Martinque, will remain
in histor) as the most distin-
({uislie I world character who
first saw the light in tfa W 1 I
Indies.
''Belize Clarion*' Mi
s*
AMBASSADOR BRYCE
TAKES LEAVE OF THE U.S.
$ rptnry Bryan Bids Him Pare
well in the Temp tram e Uaix-
quet; the first ever given to a
Retiring Ambassador.
Rt. Hon. James Bryce, the
British Ambassador al Washing-
ton, took lea\eid ol oui Govern-
ment last week. He ha- n pie
nted the British government at
ir capital loathe l t si\ years.
A Farewell banquet was
given bj him William J. Bryan,
Se i< lary of State. To this din-
ner the Amba adors of other
countries were unit'd. ["rue to
Ins temperam e principles, sc of
ten announced in the past, Sec-
retary Bryan provided no wine
for bis guests. It was the first time
in the entire history ol the Stati
Department that a dinni r to the
representatives of foreign sover-
eigns, given by the Secretary of
State, was served without wine.
< )n tins m 1 asion there were
b ittled mineral waters and un-
fermented grape juice, but no
alcholic driu
There have been othei Se :re-
tarysof State who did not them-
selves drink wine, but so far as
Washiu ' remember Mr.
I it e first locany the to-
tal abstinent id< a to the ex-
tent >>l not providing wine at a
diplomatic dinner. In the Hayes
administration Mrs. Haves did
refuse to allow wine I" be serv-
ed at V\ late I louse dinners.
The courageous stand taken
l iv Mr. Bryan calh d out wide-
spread comment, favourable and
unfavorable, in this country and
in Hum, 1
The special commissioner
investigating the state of affairs
at the United States prisons h is
just issued his report on Sing-
Sing 1 '11 on.
I he publication of the docu-
111 lit is likely tO give rise to a
good deal ol 1 ontroi 1 the
commissioner n pi >i ts the exis
ten. e of a frightful condition of
things in this most famous "f
America's prisons. The cell
lared in man) cases to 1
with vermin and disease, graft
is stated to be everywhen ram-
panti and the comniisMoiier re
ports that the' convicts are
horribly mnlticated and even
tortured.--
CAB1.EGR \M!j
I Edinburgh, 12. The tinr.it-
1 11 id sti ike of the shipbuil
involving about 50.000 men,
lia i bei r. n rted again |
a ballot b) Hie men on the
question of ince or rejec-
tion <>f the offers of the employ -
ers federation.
Los Anvi Ii s. California, 12.
V o'clocl tins afternoon the
submarine boat which sank to
the bottom "f Long Beach I lar-
1 hour yesterday rose to the surface
establishing a recwd for
submergence in staying down
i 36 hours.
London, 12.- While' Premier
Asquith was speaking in the
1 hous of ci mmons this afternoon
a bap thrown from the gallery
fell near tli is chair and
Inns', covering the surrounding
- w ith flour.
London, 12. Will Cl
Labour member of the hous- of
j Commons for Norwich, who is
a staunch advocate of women
suffrage, was prevented from
a king at a labour meeting
im Gaxton Hall to-night by
I suffragettes supported by male
companions.
Brussels, 12.The Belgian
pramier announced in the senate
to-day the intention f the
government to b irrow 9 2.800
000 to co\er military expendi
ture.
THE
N ."sau Bargain Housa.
Have been receiving by last weeks
steamer
,1 v ry large and varied assortment
oj Goods for their department Stcret
A I kKGI variety of La lies
and children's trimmed and
untrimmed Hats.
A beautiful l>t ol Fancy I Im
Ribbon*, I. irgeRoses an I Wreaths
Im, ceded and plain Velvets, hlack
and coloured,
A qu intitj Furniture in Bureaux
rabies, Dining Chairs, Mattrassea
&c.
One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a
c taster and new.
A quantity China and Whit
Stone 1 hioa Earthenware.
M irket Baskets, Brooms, Talcum
Powder, Enameled Ware Oc.
A I mi' Lot 1 'i'ss 1 ioods in Lin-
enes, Linettes, Muslins, Ac.
10 yard pieces Sanitary Diaper,
Childn n's p'ain colours and fancy
Lisle Sucks al 6d. ond 9 I. pair.
NO'I ICE.
The dwelling form srly nci
|,n v..11 fin Kent fro 11 the 16U1
ins!.1 hi.
Apply to
A i MOORE.
Jim'' lOtll, IQ'3
YVII 1 IAMS'
SHOES
ARE BETTER.
June 1 |th 1913.
London, 1-' The Women
writers suffrage league winch
on May 2^tli sent a letter to the
king and queen protesting
inst the "Cal 'Ui<\ Mouse''
lull for dealing with hunger
strikers, has ri ceiv d tins ac-
knowledgment :
The Private Secretary is
commanded by Ihe King to in-
form the membersof the women
writers suffrage 1 b u thai
their petition has I e n
transmitted to the Secretary of
State for {the Home Office.
iuy
New York, 12 Marco ii,
inventor of wireless telegrai by.
an ived on th I )lj mpic yester
day t-i inspect the new :r ins
. itic w r< it ion 1 e
c mstrui ted at Belma N
Jersey.
Bv the r ute from Cam
to Uclinar Ihe speed of in -
vtiII be increased from thirty to
ixty woid a minute.
Asked about the upset in
London over Marconi chares,
the inventor said ii had be< n
lost regrett ible business and
had dom- a great deal of harm
all arou id, but that lie sti 111
believed \m company would ;_:ct
t ie contract from the British
\ I II..Hilt.
N 0 I 1 C I
Till-- is 1.1 inform my Patrons
and the Public in til neial
lli.it I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
Genet al repair 01 new work Horse
Sin* ing Specially. All work done
Mei 1 anically.
P. A. I'luvler,
1 I Pay Street. Li (,'Wha f)
USE "OF
Typewriter*
Tree
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LEARN TO BE A
STENOGRAPHER
BOOKKEEPER
SALESMAN
FOH PARTICULARS WRIT!
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h f i a n i
\
and Ilia > \ stem and I iaiu
are ilip ii-i!< s \\\ ich ore n ost sus-
ceptil le ii, its evil infli rote. Al-
though it.. a narco
tic -t mulnni, ii i- ii ire correct to
k '.f it -' i tic drug, 'I he
word nun m is d< m ed tt< >na a
1 ii h mean
il m iv be di fined as a drug
i i I-..- | iin, i nuniI)
til-- nerves, I his
the po| ul ir n the i,'c. p" or lome
i a Ice hoi ic drink taken at
night, hi lps to bi ing on t\
(>i course there are r Few |
who ta ke alci iholic Iie> eibges '"
cause it is consider* d the fa!
to do so, and they doj not wish to
!" thought odd or pe< ulinr. liut it
ia undoubtedly true that a far lare-
cr number, including most t>f tl
who style then i
rlrinkei -, take the bevei
Would SoreB miss i is influi
lei, continu
Rest and Comfort
for tho mother and health for the baby
follow tho UM of tho 'Allenbuiya' 'ooda.
Thoy resemblo healthy human milk in composition, nun itive value and digest i 'ility.
Babies fed on tho "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive woll.
sSUenburgs Foods
MILK FOOD No. 1. MILK FOOD No. 2. MALTED POOD Ho. & The'AUenboi i.-s'Malted)
From birth W> 3 inoulbs. From 3 to 6 months. From 6 months up' From 10 months upMR.
TO HE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES.
gm~ Pumplili-t Infant Feeding and Management" sent free.
ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND.
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40 A MONTH
Be Your Own Boss
If ToU are
m a k I n u i'
than 10 a
*ck you
nhould wrlt
ua to-day. We
help you
to m .nh and
India,*-- ni!i'onr
JUT plliTl. Y'lU
can work w L I n
IM I'trane, whrr*
j.i i pitMiv. atMaytj
money *nu
f U.
at the, tmtt IxjU-IiL and live like h lord nn-\ rl.KD Up
"-' every day? \\nrk *t atriuwmmt plarea.rmwn'ral
itrn-t rumors, mamilacturinrf ituuin.*l ni4 ii j.f^in^.r.. *-, 11I1..I.J' Bulk
iovt oajrraMiic tiiM-iism -at h mid every day.
My ffopoalUBQ la thn fftis'iii.uin. NEW
MDrNAnoM ami.ha. wltti which you ran
and evrrywhun*. ten .nUmUsr walk front horne or on
the oihrr >wie of the Klobe. Juat art a iTuwhln* up
any olam* you happen to select, and clean up J
mp
pol
take and Instant annual y develop all i-ntirvly difT.T-
emt atyli* ot picture* innhidlnit Ituttoiia, I'nat
<"ard. and tour atylea of Tintype Tlciun*. Every
plate la developed without the use of 111 ma or
neflatlvea, and la ready to dellvei to your rua-
tomvr In lrt than a mlnuif after snaking the
ipoaurv. Thin Itl MAHKAIHi; INVENTION
taki-H liK) t>1t*it-* mi hour. I.nryhody wants plr
tuna and ewh Na.e you nuike iwliertliim your bunt.
Mai and makea man nlM I
.NO F.Xf'rKII N' r M KHH)
Pimple? Instruction! accompany wh Outfit and
you nkn betjo t.. make money In urteeti mlnutea
aftsT thr o itnt n ..-.
A trinin- inviwtuient will |et thkt WONDKR-
EI'l. or 1'T J r for >ou suid put jou hi a puelilon ta
made AtlO a year. II you want to be Indepen-
(1e>nr. and abaoluuiy your own htM, write ne to-day
and I will semi jmi by return mall, t<>n fr**- Inforu-
atlou rwardln* Ulla WtiSKKKKUL FHoliiril-
TION. liuliiillng Ifttrra orTf-rlnu poult I ve prowfty
from --veiry part cf tbe> world. IK)N*T PKt-AJT
ANMWIli TIIIH ANNoCNi'KMKNT TO-OaV.
LUwtli Mp.,l27W iMft.BHt fli InTHlll
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
W I 111 A i INK LtNH I 1 I .ALUS
Dress Goods, Prints, Drill,
Gents Shirts, Under Waisi s :
Call Early and See New Stock
Why import Butter
from Nw York?
It i ts. per lb.
We cfAsupply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at .)., th.. j"i Hi find] weight
JU,U. lltCtll,
J**W VORK HOISF
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
\I.I AND STOUT.
A delicious Drink brewed frorn
I lops con in ining all the tonic
value 'I ale and ^tout but wrth-
(mi the afl '' : price 6 I.
b-ittle. ss
I.1MI. (Ml Wll' U,\T.
Pints 7' I. i lu nis ickI.
SPAKKLING VAI.ENTO WINE.
Pints ;'. I Pei d t. 6s
GINCiEU \!.l. & GINGER BEI R
Pints; 6(1. I'-m dnZ 5s.
SPE( l\l. PRICES BY THE
i SOI D \ r BLACK'S
) St. ;uul
I IIP. NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S. BL.\( K. Agtnt.
RECI IVINl THIS WEEK
A l B I. \ C KS
221 U,i\-Stiecl
nnd THE N \S*AV < W'DV
KITCHEN.
II I II, & PALMERS
1 NEW Good Luck Bi* uits
1,11. ite iiii'l in I1.1' 1 1........1 packets
t h. '.I pfr ll>.
I luntley & Palmers Petit Beurre,
M.itic 'Mil 1 hi 1 motion, in half
pound pa, kets,
CRAWFORD'S Butter Puds in ]
ll>. packets '! pi.
"I'fillii"' and i'lid Creams
at 1 s. (ul. pi ll>.
Currant Putts at i/j lb,
LIPTON'S COCOA.
1 lb, tins 11,
2 <'7. ,. nil.
Wanted
'WO CIG \\< M \KERS
Apply tn
J. P SANDS CO.
wixm
\ 171. would 1 form all who approciata a Good Smoke that we now
VV have on h.nd ao extensive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be-made ol the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured >" nui premises b\ skilled workmen
.1 ______. .....__ .. 1__________1_____...... 1.. .1............. ......1....
........-' *...........v......" ......... r..........................
inl creat pains ai" taken lo prodoce an article of superioi quality,
The succi 1 in the past leads us cui-fidently to expect
the patronagi oiseurs
|. I.. SAI NDERS A Co.
Day Street.
THE SPF.CIAL CALK AT
THE R.OVAL STORE
OUR "Royal" Huosehoid
Biand I- lour telling at 2d
pence per lb. and 30s. pei bag 01
I96 Ills.
"i iolden Star Flour 1 lbs f"i
and "I. mrel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
for )j I
Centennial Florji per bag
Pigs I eet i" Vines ir at ; I pei ll,
I 1 I |ii III Mm
, I esl in town
sell 1 in; a I id. j(..| iju.il l._
All our Groceries are fresh and
good < 1 1 -1 |i 1 y nrrd cheap.
Pore l.iin.i 1 Rum at ica, per
gallon.
|AMFS 1 SAUNDERS & Co.
N (-in \. P.
B 'I..1111 is.
\l III Ijtll 1913.
Rag-time Piano
Playing
POSI riVELY tan ii ht any per.
mmi in in to -' U ss.iiis. Sue.
1 esa gu 1 ranieed, CaII ur w ri'.e fi 11
Free BoukleL
WALT. F. WEIR.
Dilltti street.
NOTICE
During my absciicr fmn the Co.
1'iinv, James S n' la,ii w ill act
as my Alton i'v.
STANLEY ELLIOTT
W \. M ,1111 U.
UNDER I \KI.Iv
DE*Il\I.> i, 1 ,.,in ins f,ifnds
and tin- I'lililuj thai Ite has
just received a con plete outftt if
facilities loi ine business of an un-
dertaker, v\ hich p'..c- s him in a
piisiliiiiitiiiarivi.it Funeials that
may be entrusted I bis care with
>\-iem and despnli Ii ; and respei t
fully soIk its iheir patronage I ii t
inv l'i "i s liisi in,- pri ive that I hay
are Ibe ver) lowest loi first class
\ink.
new". Cutlery
a fun' assortment of:
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
MuUhcr Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Case*
and
SCISSORS.
fur sale by
Chas. E. Altoury.
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