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'] H £ 1 K I I and die i" • %  us s> -i 'ii and I rail are the (isu 1 icli are most suseeptil>li ti evil ii lh rot*. Although it is often c* fd a narco in-1 mulai ; i is more correct to %  peak of it i %  lie drug. 'I he word nan di rived d i ( in %  • i term Ii .and il may be is a dmg I ha i is used lo s ise ; numb the ep. 1 bi %  uns the i ; ;i "" 'bat the ghtcap" or other alcoholic drinlt taken at night, li> Ips to bring on rleep. Of course there are i Few persons who I 1 cause it is considered tlv so, .HI I they doj not wish to be thought odd or peculiar Hut it %  is undoubtedly true thai a far Ii er .lumber, includ I %  'h %  • who style themselves modi drinkers, I the appi lite d< mands it, an i thej would son Iv miss its itiflui I. i I • conl inuedj 7W pig V*nn* J rnmfnrt for the mother and health for the baby %  KeSt and LOIIllOri fo n ow the use of the 'Allenburyioods. Thoy resemble healthy human milk in composition, nut, Itive value and djgeati nl.ty. Babies fed on the "Allcnburys" Foods Invariably thrive well. MILK FOOD No. 1. From birlb to 3 mnulba. TO MALTF.D FOOD No. 3. From 6 nionthr upwurur.. Tho 'AllonhnrysRUf KS | Malted) Proa 10 month" unworn. MILK FOOD No. 2. Fran 3 ui6 month*. BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CBKUtBT* AND STOKES. Pamphlet "Infant Feeding and Management" sent free. ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON. ENGLAND. £40 A MONTH Be Your Own Boss rye barrvla tnori* of tt If TOU are ma kin it l*ft than £10 ft itrk you | should write tut Uf-rtfty. We I i you to wt-alth arifl Ittllrt-'tillfOIW our I'liiii. You n work wben l>lram\ wluf* )iu pbfttft. •..*> % %  hove niuiny ftiMI hi A won i h-mnc on ik c.iurHm.. At the' lrt hotel*, nnd liw liko "t III: l*n I i i, r n -. > % % % %  %  -— ii biu-li*** and uU-wiirf Irtf. Blfty M boWl*. ..ml Uv Ilk.a l.r't ti.l floaBUP £2 I'vccy ifty? work ft' Buiuwitiml iiiart*.' MUH>"" -O >< %  <'' H"! rU*.! u - above oarruUu* eiMDM rev h ftnd every_d*y. Jus' w! ft mwhirM" up obnvit oarrutHlg riprliiMi rv h n"A'l 1''."N sur.iin. WIUJ """"/ !" "" tak* MHI lnuuiiiuii-.uiy flr-vr-Iop all a>Unly aim*. ml nivlia erf plriurm limlii>flnil HnMii._i> ri,lT ii." iSorSyl-ol T1nr>il-I.-H"i><-0 wlihoul lh uc of (lima or %  BOB to.il BUlUi NO FM'KKII.N< K NKEHF.D eimplriHtruoUofa lu-oii.p.i.y %  fft^SSjLffiS •oil noi Iw 4iii lo make rnoii.-/ In nlwoli mlnum nil" "... •**. iriMinra. tnmr I' >ou wwn to ,o_|n2S*mm\ \ win -iiUT. ,.\ ,]rlii ii iiI irink brewed from Hops containing all the tonic value "l ale and Stout I" t w ilhoul the aflei e(f Is, [!• ii e I I, : |e. 5 d '/. \ IMI ril\\ll'\t,\'l'. Pints "ll |, I 'I I! ts io! .,<'. „ "ITillit" and Fuff CreaiM .-it i~. 6tl. p-i lb, Currant Puff* ai t/j il>. l.ll'K )\"> COCI A. J lb, tins IS .' OS, ,. I. THE SPF.CIAI. CALL AT THE R.OYAL STOKE O UR "Royal" Household Biand Hour selling Bt 2d pet li>. and JOB. pet bat; HI iq6 lbs, "Golden Star l'l-ur .* lbs fm 3|d. and "I. and Brand" Flour" a lbs [oi : I. Centennial Flnui per bag p .. | eel in Vim I l"' 1 ['. [trown Sugai 1 i\ I l> e lb ( ic M int.and cle in, besl in town Sfllilli! % %  \ |,;iall._ All our Groceries are Freah and go"ri quality and cheap. Pure i ', i i Ru.n at loa, par taHon, IAMFS I PAUNDERS & Co. N ity N, P. I', ihainas, \ ( ril ijtli l'l'.L Ragtime Piano Playing: P OSI l IV ELY laoglii jr P* r son m to lo a i lessons. Sue, ess gu 'i infill. Call or write KM Free Bta.klet. WALL F. WEIR. liillitt street. W. A. M .THT R, UNDER : W-A R D I s|RES to II orin ins fiiends anil the I'ublip lli-t he has )n^i received a complete outfit of fi, ilities for the business of an undertaker, which placs him in a posiiion lo carry i nt Funaials that in.iv be entrusted I his c ire ith i, n and detpnti h ; and n •] %  < JI luilv si.in ittheir patronage ''"'t my Pru • s first Bnd prove lhai they are the very luwesl Foi liist class work. T Wanted WO CIG \K M VKERS Anplv to j I' SANDS CO; NOTICE D uring mv absence fi.mll.eCn. I,„,v, James Sinclsjir will net ,,s my Alton ey. I/WT STANLEY I I.LIOI 1 ^, e d f Cutlery a fine assortment of: RAZORS Tabl" Knives i'ork'-i Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives Carving Sets In Casea, and %  SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E Altoury. JL I



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> 3 0) o (0 Nvillivis addietus furnro In verba matjistri. I * %  i •| -. bound to swear to the Dogma* of no Master. VOL. X. Nv!,su. N. I Bahamas. Monday Juno 16. 191> No. 168 LliON E. H. UUi'l (II, EulTOI ANO PlOfllBTOI OKKICI ,s |, MAKK'KT vntKl.T .11 N. P., I.AIIAMAS. t*. \J. Ho* lo PUBLISHED DAILY. .'•! Ida] Yadnesday "'t I-'ii• 1 iy — .;; ir Cop) %  •• J 1 '. Tuesday, riiursdaj am Saturday— •logic copy •• %  •• i'l HVckl) 4 jl Monthly i". 4*1 Quarter lv 4 *. Ilalf Yearlv 8 s. Yearly ... l6i PAYABLE IN" ADVANCI Advertising Rate* Six pence pet line foi first insertion : three pence per line %  „ • tertion; and one penny per hue (or subsequent insertions. A Irertisemeotl ureler eight lines 4s. From "The Nts*au Guardian" we are pleased 10 learn "the Gov frnor li is i*-^11 jdvised by the British .Consul General in Cuba lh it the four men fro n the Sch. "Rnsedale" ol this port, who were detained in Cuba, as recently reportal in our columns, have been handed over in the British Vice Consul at Guantanamo, "His Excellency has Rked that the men •hall be tent l> tcU to Nassau by the next mail strainer" We shall lie interested IO know Ihe leason for the detention of these men. %  The Secretary of State has selected Mr. T. ILK Moulder, B. \ for nppointinent as Inspector and General Superintendent of Schools in Hie BahaJ^as, Mr. Moulder will arrive towards the end "f July.— The Nassau Guardian" "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" An Order in Council granting an annual pension of £100,. 5. o to William Grant Muclure, Esq. Chief Clerk House of Assembly and Registrar of the Supreme Court, whose resignation is accepted from the 1st day of July iqi3, is published foi general information. Amendment Rules ind ad lition*] Rules lor the Government of Prisons; made by llis Excellency the Coveriioi have IJen published Mi. S. I'eters Sanit u) Inspector li is been granted 8 days sick leave, Mr. Donald Bowen, Relieving Officer, The Hospital ls b i appointed Acting Saiiifiry Inspector in conjunction ilh the dui ies "f li a own office. FOREIGN M iil per mail steamei "Vigilancta" will be i losed on Friday 20th at 10 a. in. INTER1NSULAR Mails for Harbour Island Spanish Wells. Bluff, Kleutiier 1, Andrn*. Ahaco, Exuma, Long I., Porl Howe. Rum Cay and VVatlings will le closed on Friday acih Inst. el a p. m. .' VBLEGRAMS |une ifdli 1913. London.' 14.-' leu'. James Kennedv of the naval wing of the Royal flying corps was killed and Gordon Bell.anothei avi ilor, seriously injured in the fall ..I the rhonoplane near the Brockland Aerodrome to day. Tokio, 14.Count Yamomoto, the pn mier, said to day. address, ing journalists on foreign policies, ihiit he doepl) regretted that the controversy over the Californi 1 alien lend legislation WM unsettled. He added that the government was taking appropriate -leps and he looked confidently for an uttti table settlement. London, 14.—.The militant Suf. fragi tte campaign was resumed lure to-night with the biggest raid that had yet been made 011 mail boxes. Twelve of these recepi u lei from one end of the tOWO 10 the other Were attacked. Many letters were damage' A I 0 nb was found in the tail station at Eden 1'aik, Kent. London. 14.—The judge of the central criminal court found it impossible IO conclude to-day the trial for conspiracy of the suffragette leaders. The ease was adjourned until Tuesday, Stafford Com. 14 —Five persons wen' killed and a score injured when the second section of the Boston express on the New ^ ork New Haven and Hartford Railway clashed into the rear ol first section, which had Stopped beie this afternoon, waiting to be coupled to an ele< trie loi omoti >e, London, 14. —The report of_ the Mai con 1 Inter national Marine Communication Company shows that 11 isiness conl inues 10 ma k far. lory progn The net profits foi the year amounted to It 22,000 as com par ed with 973,000 in the preceding year. About 1,700 ships, exclusive Ol warships are fitted with Marconi wireless equipment. London, 14.—Lord Edward Fitzgerald was married tins after. noon by special license to Miss May Etheridge, the musical comedian actress,at Wandsworth townhall registry office. New York, 14.--Hie American and Australian UMUii* players sail"d yesterday for Liverpool. According to the Australian players. America has a good chance to biiug back the Davis Cup. London, 14.—Sir Edward Grey, speaking in the House of C om mons to-day, increased the h r that both Bulgaria n<\ Seivia would accept the offer ul Russian arbitration. He said it was impossible to express too strongly the feelings of disappointment and disapproval which the outbreak of a war he tween the Balkan allies woull cause. From "Spin gfield, Mass., Current Events." MR. BRYCE AND HIS BOOK. J The. retiring Ambassador, the Right Hot ourable |ames Bryce, was bom in Belfast, Ireland, but of Scotch parentage. 74 yean ago. He has been lawyer, author, Ins tori an, diplomat. Among bis many works, "The \merlcan Commonwealth" made him well known an I popular m this country I he came here as Ambassador. He ih-.-i I died inn ( lovi 1.1



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•titutions, >>tir country ami our people wiih an understanding, a fairness and a sympathy ih.it not many British authors liaveshowr,. Here are a few sentence taken fiorr ill it work. 'The Americans are a goodnatured people, kindly, helpful to one another, disposed to take a chantalile view even of wrongdoers. Their anger sometimes flares Up, but the fire is soon extinct. . Cruelty to slaves was rare while slavery lasted, . The Southern 'rebels' wensoon forgiven, and, though civil wars are probably bitter, there have been few Si pies in which the combatants did so many little friendly acts for one another—few in winch even the vanquished have so quick!) buiied then resentment*. . Vindictiveness shown by a public man excites general disapproval : an.I the maxim.of letting bygones be bygones is pushed so far that an offender's misdeeds are often forgotten when they ought to be remembered againsl him. . All the v orld knows thai the) are a humorous people, Noi is then sense of the ludicrous side of thing*con lined to a few brillitnl wi nets. It is diffused among the whole pen l-le. . Much 'if Presiih 111 Lincoln's popularity, and much also of the gilt he showed fur re-l< confidence to the North at the darkest moments of the war, was due to the humnroui wav he used to turn things, conveying the impression of licit being himself mi easy, evn when he was most so THE Nassau Bargain House. Have been receiving by last weeks Steamer A verv larqe and varied assortment of Goods for their department Stem A LARGE variety of Ladies and children's trimmed and untrimmed I lats. A beautiful lot of Fancy Hair Ribbons, LargeRosefl and Wreaths i ided and plain Velvets, black and coloured. A quantity Furniture in Bureaux Tables, Dining Chairs, Mattrasses &c. One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a coaster and new. A quantity ( hina and White Stone China Earthenw in Market Baskets, Brooms, Talcum Powder, Enameled Ware < \ Fine Lol Dress Goods in Linenes, Linettes, Muslins, &c, 10 yard pieces Sanitary Diaper, Children's plain colours and I Lisle .'socks at 6d. ond 9 I. pair. NOTICE. The dwelling formerly occupied by myself for Kent from the instant. Apply i A. '!•. MOORE. June rotli, tqi.i AjCONCERT. E NTITLED THE WHOLE HAM) OF I'll. (".RIMS, will be given in Betl el Baptist Church by Hie Choirs of Bethel an I St Paul s, Fox Jllill, on I uesd ly 24th June 1913 .Admission R d Seats i>. General 6d, Wanted T WO CIGAK MAKERS Apply 10 I. P. SANDS CO. Ragtime Piano Playing P OSITIVELY taught any person in 10 to 20 lessons. Suc1 ess guaranteed. Call or write for Free Booklet. WALT. F. WEIR. Dillett street. Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 WITH A MNU LINE otLADIKS DRESS Goonfc, PRINTS, DRILL, GKNTSSHIRTS, UNDER WAISTS Call Early ani See New Stock KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. UK AND STOUT. A delicious Drink brewed from Hops containing all the tonic value of ale and Stout but without the after efferts, price 6d. bottle, W do*. LIMK CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7fd, Quarts 1 I SPARKLING VALEN 10 WINE. Pints 7M Per dor. s. GINGER ALE & GINGER BEI R Pints 6d. Per (I07. 5s. SPECIAL PRICES BY THE CASK'S. SOLD AT BLACK'S 222 Bay St. and THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. II. S. BLACK, Agent. Sheffield Cutlery a fine assortment of: RA/.ORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in Cases, and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E. Albury. THE NEXT TIME you are buying Soap make no mistake, but ask for Sunlight Soap. After you have used it in your wash, you will always remember to say unlight Soap It will become a friend in the home. You won't forget it. and you will never be without it. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Port Sunlight, England. RECEIVING Tills WEEK AT B L A C KS 222 Bay-Street an 11:11 N \-s\r CANDY Kile HEN. H UNTLEY <"s PALMERS NEW Good Luck Biscuits Loose and in half pound packets at is. 3d. per lb. Hunt ley A, Palmers Petit Beurre, Marie and Coronation, in ball pound pat kets. CRAWFORD'S Putter Pulls in J l!i. packets at 4d. „ "Cfill.t' and Puff Creams at is. 6d. per lb. „ Currant Pulls' at l/j lb. LIPIONS COCOA. \ lb. tins is. 2 /.. ,, 6d. THF. SPECIAL CALL AT THE KOYAL STOKE O UR "Royal" Household Biand !• lour telling at 2d pence per lb. and 30s. per bag of I96 His. "Golden star Flura lbs f"r 3iL and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs for 3] I Centennial Flour per bag 28s. Pies Feet in Vinegar at /d. per lb. Brown Sugar at 2 id. per lb. Our rice white and clean, best in town selling ;it 41I. per quart. All our Groceries at* fresh and good quality and cheap. Pure Jamaica Ruin at 10s, per gallon. JAMFS L. SAUNDERS >S: Co. Nassau N. P. Bahamas. April 15th 1913. WILLIAMS' SHOES ARE BET I K '. W. A. M VI'HER. UNDER 1 VKER D ESIRES to in orm his friends and the Public thai he has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an undertaker, which places him in a position to carry nut Funerals that may be entrusted t < Ins c,ire with em and despatch : and respectfully solicits their patron ige ( l et „ v Pri es first and provs that 'hey r the verj low< -1 for first class work, •FUS SEU^ COf.DENStS M ILK BUTTEfiFI.V 'SPARED ev ,,, Fl/SSELL&C-t^ .Vo/MV.IK***" NOTJCE D uring my absence fom the Colony, James ;>inelair will act as MIV Aivrrey. STANLEY F.LI IOTT so 3 a* (D rf CD CO 3* o (Di 0)1



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0 *3 •9 3 rf CD 0) a. sr o S LliON B. H. IHIM I'M, EDITOR AND PBOPBIBTOB OCriCK t s ,, MAIIKI.T STKKIOT 1 V I'., &A HAMAS. *\ v. hu tut PUBLISHED DAILY. '' ..-.— •tnjf Ic cop} ... ..." jii, Tuesday, riiurxlaj and Saturday— Single Copy id Jw n the Sch. "Rosedale" of this port, who were detained in Cuba, as recently reported in our columns, have been handed over %  > the British Vice Consul at Guantanamo, "llis lxcellency ha* inked that the men %  hall be lent luck la Nassau by the next mail steamer" We shall be interested in know the reason for the detention of these men. The SrcretHi v nf State has selectad Mr. T. ILK Moulder, IV \ for Appointment as Inspector and General Superintendent of Schools in the Hah i*..-. Mr, Mouldet will arrive towards the end f the naval wing "f the Royal fl>ing corps was killed and 1 1 1 .1.111 Bell, anothei svi itor, sei j. nwsly injured in the fall <>f the monoplane near the Brockiand Aerodrome to day. Toki 1, i| Count Yamomolo, tlie premier, said to day, address ing journalists on foreign policies, that lie deeply regretted thai the controversy over the California alien land legislation twaa unsettled. Me added that the government was taking appropriate -teps and Inlooked confidently for an nsni e 1 I'll' si-i 1 lenient. London, 14.—The militant suf. MI1 .in |i.ii"n w is resumed Innto-night with thebiggest raid that had yet been made on mail boxes, TwHve nf ill r eceptacles fn.m one end of the town to the other were atlacked. Many letters were damage I A I 0 nli was found in the railway station at Eden I'.uk, Kent. London, 14.—I he judge of the central criminal court found it impossible to conclude to-day the trial for conspiracy of the suffragette leaders. The case was adjourned until Tuesday. Stafford Com. 14 -—Five persons were killed and a score injured when the second SO I mi of the Boston exprei %  New Y01U Ni w Haven and Hat tford Railway crashed into the reat ol the first section, which had stopped heie this afternoon, waiting '<> be coupled to an eh ( ti ic lot omotive. London, 14. —'I he rei 0 I ol the Marconi Internal %  Marine Com. munication C pany shows that business continues to make satis factory progress. The net profits foi the j >ai amounted to $ 1 %  1 as comp 11 ed with f 75,000 in the preceding year. About 1,700 ships, exclusive of warships are fitted with Marconi wireless equipment. London, 11. — Lord Edward Fitzgerald was married this afternoon by special license to Miss May Etheridge, the musical cornea dian actress, at Wandsworth townhall rei strv 1 % % % %  New York, 14.--'I he American and Australian lennis players sail, ed yesterday for Liverpool, According to (he Ausi 1 al I HI I>l 1 \ America has a good chain e to blillg hack the I hi\ is Cup. ..* London, 14.— Sir Edward Gn speaking in the House of Com inons to.day, increased the hope tint both Bulgaria and Servia would accept the oiler ul Russian arbitration. lie said it was impossible to express too strongly the feelings of disappointment and disapproval which the outbreak of a war be tween the Balkan allies woull 1 ause, • From "Spiingfield, Mass., Current Events." MR. BRYCE AND HIS BOOK. The retiring Ambassador, the Right Hoi ourahle James Brvce, was born m Belfast, Ireland, but of Scotch parentage, 71 years ego. He has been lawyer, author, his tori an, diplomat. Among his many works, "The American Commonwealth" made him well known and popular in this country before lie came here as Ambassador. He 11 < iibed .in ( iov'-riiuii ill, 0111 III\ SBSSSSSSSl


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Nvillius .mI.!h iw. jvjrnro in verbs m&i'.'stri.
Beirt|{ bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Mivster.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. I'., BahiMnas, Mortality Juno 16. 191^
No. lf>S
LliON B. H. IHIM I'M,
Editor and Pbopbibtob
OCriCK ts ,, MAIIKI.T STKKIOT
1 V I'., &A HAMAS.
*\ v. hu tut
PUBLISHED DAILY.
'' ..-.-
tnjf Ic cop} ... ..." jii,
Tuesday, riiurxlaj and Saturday
Single Copy ...... id
Jw '' ittaly ......is. 4.1
Quartp.lv ........4v.
HalfYearlv
Veaiiv ... ... i(
PAYABLE IN ADVANCI.
Advei' R li Six pence pei line
Mi first insertion: three pence per line
'ir second insertion; and one penny per
line fur subsequent insertions
Advertisements under eight lines 4*.
From "The Nassau Guardian"
we are pleased to learo "the Gov-
ernor liis lurii iidvised by the
British .Consul General in Cuba
I'm the four m in f"> n the Sch.
"Rosedale" of this port, who were
detained in Cuba, as recently re-
ported in our columns, have been
handed over !> the British Vice
Consul at Guantanamo, "llis lx-
cellency ha* inked that the men
hall be lent luck la Nassau by
the next mail steamer"
We shall be interested in know
the reason for the detention of
these men.
The SrcretHi v nf State has select-
ad Mr. T. ILK Moulder, IV \ ,
for Appointment as Inspector and
General Superintendent of Schools
in the Hah i*..-. Mr, Mouldet will
arrive towards the end " The Nassau (luardian"
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
An Order in Council slanting
an annual pension of 109. 5. o
to William Gnat Muclure, Esq.
Chief Clerk House of Assembly
end Registrar of the Supreme
Court, whose resignation is accept-
ed from (heist day of July 1913, is
published for general information,
Vmendmtnt Rules and addition-
al Rules for the Government of
Prison-;; made by His I vrcllenov
fee Cove:,1.,1 hay* I;-an published
Mi. S. Peters Sauitarj Inspector
1 1 en granted 28 days sick
Iim\ c.
Mr. I inn.ild Bow en, Ri lii v ing
Officer, I he Hospital lias been ap-
pointed Acting Sanitary Inspector
in conjunction with the duties of
li s iiw n office,
FOREK iN M ills pet mail itea-
1 "Vi 1 ilanci 1" will be 1 losed on
In lay 2l '1 li at in a. in,
INTERINSUI AR Mails for
Harbour Island Spanish Weils,
Bluff, Eleuthera, Andrna, Ahaco,
Exuma, Long I., Port Howe, Rum
1 ly and Wntlinzs will be closed
on Friday jcilt inst. at -' p, m,
'cablegrams
|une roth I913.
I ondon, 14.' ieut, James Ken.
ned\ <>f the naval wing "f the
Royal fl>ing corps was killed and
1 1 1 .1.111 Bell, anothei svi itor, sei j.
nwsly injured in the fall <>f the
monoplane near the Brockiand
Aerodrome to day.
Toki 1, i| Count Yamomolo,
tlie premier, said to day, address
ing journalists on foreign policies,
that lie deeply regretted thai the
controversy over the California
alien land legislation twaa unset-
tled.
Me added that the government
was taking appropriate -teps and
In- looked confidently for an nsni
e 1 I'll' si-i 1 lenient.
London, 14.The militant suf.
mi- 1 .in |i.ii"n w.is resumed
Inn- to-night with thebiggest raid
that had yet been made on mail
boxes, TwHve nf ill......receptacles
fn.m one end of the town to the
other were atlacked.
Many letters were damage I A
I 0 nli was found in the railway
station at Eden I'.uk, Kent.
London, 14.I he judge of the
central criminal court found it
impossible to conclude to-day the
trial for conspiracy of the suffra-
gette leaders. The case was ad-
journed until Tuesday.
Stafford Com. 14 -Five persons
were killed and a score injured
when the second SO I mi of the
Boston exprei New Y01U
Ni w Haven and Hat tford Rail-
way crashed into the reat ol the
first section, which had stopped
heie this afternoon, waiting '<> be
coupled to an eh ( ti ic lot omotive.
London, 14. 'I he rei 0 I ol the
Marconi Internal......! Marine Com.
munication C.....pany shows that
business continues to make satis
factory progress.
The net profits foi the j >ai
amounted to $ 1 . 1 as comp 11
ed with f 75,000 in the preceding
year.
About 1,700 ships, exclusive of
warships are fitted with Marconi
wireless equipment.
London, 11. Lord Edward
Fitzgerald was married this after-
noon by special license to Miss
May Etheridge, the musical cornea
dian actress, at Wandsworth town-
hall re-istrv 1
New York, 14.--'I he American
and Australian lennis players sail,
ed yesterday for Liverpool, Accor-
ding to (he Ausi 1 al I HI I>l 1 \
America has a good chain e to
blillg hack the I hi\ is Cup.
..*
London, 14.Sir Edward Gn
speaking in the House of Com
inons to.day, increased the hope
tint both Bulgaria and Servia
would accept the oiler ul Russian
arbitration.
lie said it was impossible to ex-
press too strongly the feelings of
disappointment and disapproval
which the outbreak of a war be
tween the Balkan allies woull
1 ause,
From "Spiingfield, Mass., Cur-
rent Events."
MR. BRYCE AND HIS BOOK.
The retiring Ambassador, the
Right Hoi ourahle James Brvce,
was born m Belfast, Ireland, but
of Scotch parentage, 71 years ego.
He has been lawyer, author, his
tori an, diplomat. Among his many
works, "The American Common-
wealth" made him well known
and popular in this country before
lie came here as Ambassador. He
11 - < iibed .in ( iov'-riiuii ill, 0111 III-

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and die i" ' us s> -i 'ii and I rail
are the (is-u 1 icli are most sus-
eeptil>li ti evil ii lh rot*. Al-
though it is often c* fd a narco
in- -1 mulai ;i is more correct to
peak of it i lie drug. 'I he
word nan di rived d
i ( in i term Ii
.- and il may be is a dmg
I ha i is used lo s ise ; numb
' the ep. 1 bi
uns the i ; ;i"" 'bat
the ghtcap" or
other alcoholic drinlt taken at
night, li> Ips to bring on rleep.
Of course there are i Few persons
who I
1 cause it is considered tlv
so, .hi I they doj not wish to
be thought odd or peculiar Hut it '
is undoubtedly true thai a far Ii
er .lumber, includ I ' 'h '
who style themselves modi
drinkers, I
the appi lite d< mands it, an i thej
would son Iv miss its itiflui
I. i I conl inuedj
7W pig
V*nn* J rnmfnrt for the mother and health for the baby
KeSt and LOIIllOri fonow the use of the 'Allenburyi- oods.
Thoy resemble healthy human milk in composition, nut, Itive value and djgeati nl.ty.
Babies fed on the "Allcnburys" Foods Invariably thrive well.
MILK FOOD No. 1.
From birlb to 3 mnulba.
TO
MALTF.D FOOD No. 3.
From 6 nionthr upwurur..
Tho 'Allonhnrys- RUf KS | Malted)
Proa 10 month" unworn.
MILK FOOD No. 2.
Fran 3 ui6 month*.
BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CBKUtBT* AND STOKES.
Pamphlet "Infant Feeding and Management" sent free.
ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON. ENGLAND.
40 A MONTH
Be Your Own Boss
rye barrvla tnori* of tt
If tou are
ma kin it l*ft
than 10 ft
itrk you
| should write
tut Uf-rtfty. We
I i you
to wt-alth arifl
Ittllrt-'tillfOIW
our I'liiii. You
n work wben
l>lram\ wluf*
)iu pbfttft. ..*>
hove niuiny ftiMI
hi a won i
h-mnc on ik c.iurHm.. -
At the' lrt hotel*, nnd liw liko
"t III:
l*n I i i, r n -. > -
ii biu-li*** and uU-wiirf Irtf. Blfty
M boWl*. ..ml Uv Ilk.- a l.r't ti.l floaBUP
2 I'vccy ifty? work ft' Buiuwitiml iiiart*. i.iirs. Biftnulftfturinn iim.i.ui.(nia. .*-bant
Ln.ua1 walk from l.nroe or on
thr dth'T "iiic .if tiw globe. *u < ....-.....-
Any u\w >' MUH>"" -O ><<'' H"! rU*.! u-
above oarruUu* eiMDM rev h ftnd every_d*y.
Jus' w! ft mwhirM" up
obnvit oarrutHlg riprliiMi rv h n roMllrSATI'iN 'AMI.UA. with rtWTOM
. ------------_ ,_i.. .<* in r.v tiin
1Hr>"A'l 1''."N sur.iin. wiuj """"/ ""
tak* mhI lnuuiiiuii-.uiy flr-vr-Iop all a>Unly aim*.
ml nivlia erf plriurm limlii>flnil HnMii._i>
ri,lT ii." iSorSyl-ol T1nr>il-I.- olair la ,lr>H"i><-0 wlihoul lh uc of (lima or
BOB to.il BUlUi
NO FM'KKII.N< K NKEHF.D
eimplr- iHtruoUofa lu-oii.p.i.y fft^SSjLffiS
oil noi Iw 4iii lo make rnoii.-/ In nlwoli mlnum
nil" "... **. iriMinra.
tnmr I' >ou wwn to ,o_|n2S*-
mm\ \ win -ii IT. TJ.!i. "w wowerV^wsi-
TICN'. Ii.il.l.lliw kttjfl oflerl.ul jjll' ,JJrVv"
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
Wi i n .\ i imb line of Lai
Dri i ods, Prints, Drill,
GentsShirts, Under Waists
Call Early and See New Stock
Why import Butter
from Nw York?
It COStS^TIi "'
We c*fe supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
.a ,, ts. i"! v
gU.ll hWVORK HOl.SK
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
\I.I AND S'K >UT.
,.\ ,]rlii ii ii- I irink brewed from
Hops containing all the tonic
value "l ale and Stout I" t w ilh-
oul the aflei e(f Is, [! ii e I I,
: |e. 5 d '/.
\ IMI ril\\ll'\t,\'l'.
Pints "ll |, I 'I I! ts io SFAKKLIN'G VAI.KNTO WINE
Pint Pei 'I /.
(.IX' ,i-.k \i.l. & GINGER BEER
P I. !'' di / js,
SP1 IAL PRICES BY THE
i \-L.S.
SOLD W Bl-At K*S
j St, .''"'I
nil-. NASSAU CANDY
Kl rCIIEN.
II. P. I'd. \t K, Ag< ni.
\\
71, would -form all wl... apprecUle a Good Sm^ke that we now
WOllHI ill..... on "......|'|------------ ....... ,-w-MX We
have on h.nd an extensive Slock ol II.W IN A CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be-made of the finest Havana and Sumatr*
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured .in roii premises by ikilled workmen
and great pains are I .ken to prodo '' su|.....oi qualit)
Thesucc. with in the past leads uscoi ndrntlytoexpeci
t,,e |M"0,""': "! "S I L.SALNDERS4 Co.
Bav Street.
RECI IVING THH WEEK
a i n i. \ c Kfs
222 l'.i\-vtiCCl
,,,,:,,. NASSAU CANDV
KITCHEN.
HUN ll.l.'i & PAI.MI
NEW Goi d Luck Bi uiis
I 0 ..,. and in ball pound packets
;it is .1 M lb,
Huntley & Pnlmers Pejil Beurre,
M trie iml I 'orountion, ill hall
pound i" kets,
CRAWFORD'S Butter Puffs in [
IL. packets '>! .,<'.
"ITillit" and Fuff CreaiM
.-it i~. 6tl. p-i lb,
Currant Puff* ai t/j il>.
! l.ll'K )\"> COCI A.
J lb, tins IS
.' OS, ,. I.
THE SPF.CIAI. CALL AT
THE R.OYAL STOKE
OUR "Royal" Household
Biand Hour selling Bt 2d
, pet li>. and job. pet bat; hi
iq6 lbs,
"Golden Star l'l-ur .* lbs fm 3|d.
and "I. and Brand" Flour" a lbs
[oi : I.
Centennial Flnui per bag
p .. | eel in Vim I l"'1 ['.
[trown Sugai 1 i\ I l>e' lb ( ic
m int.- and cle in, besl in town
Sfllilli! ' \ |,;iall._
All our Groceries are Freah and
go"ri quality and cheap.
Pure i ', i i Ru.n at loa, par
taHon,
IAMFS I PAUNDERS & Co.
N ity N, P.
I', ihainas,
\( ril ijtli l'l'.L
Ragtime Piano
Playing:
POSI l IV ELY laoglii jr P*r-
son m to lo a i lessons. Sue-
, ess gu 'i infill. Call or write km
Free Bta.klet.
WALL F. WEIR.
liillitt street.
W. A. M .THT R,
UNDER : W-A R
DI s|RES to ii orin ins fiiends
anil the I'ublip lli-t he has
)n^i received a complete outfit of
fi, ilities for the business of an un-
dertaker, which placs him in a
posiiion lo carry i nt Funaials that
in.iv be entrusted I his c ire ith
i, n and detpnti h ; and n ]< JI
luilv si.in it- their patronage ''"'t
my Pru s first Bnd prove lhai they
are the very luwesl Foi liist class
work.
T
Wanted
WO CIG \k M VKERS
Anplv to
j I' SANDS CO;
NOTICE
During mv absence fi.mll.eCn.
I,,v, James Sinclsjir will net
,,s my Alton ey. i/wt
STANLEY I I.LIOI 1
^,edf- Cutlery
a fine assortment of:
RAZORS
Tabl" Knives
i'ork'-i Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives
Carving Sets In Casea,
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E Altoury.
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I * i | -. bound to swear to the Dogma* of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nv!,su. N. I
Bahamas. Monday Juno 16. 191>
No. 168
LliON E. H. UUi'l (II,
EulTOI ANO PlOfllBTOI
OKKICI ,s |, MAKK'KT vntKl.T
.11 N. P., I.AIIAMAS.
t*. \J. Ho* lo
PUBLISHED DAILY.
.'! Ida] Yadnesday "'t I-'ii 1 iy
.;; ir Cop) ..... J1'.
Tuesday, riiursdaj am Saturday
logic copy i'l
HVckl) .........4jl
Monthly ......i". 4*1
Quarter lv ........4*.
Ilalf Yearlv .......8s.
Yearly ... l6i
PAYABLE IN" ADVANCI .
Advertising Rate* Six pence pet line
foi first insertion : three pence per line
' tertion; and one penny per
hue (or subsequent insertions.
A Irertisemeotl ureler eight lines 4s.
From "The Nts*au Guardian"
we are pleased 10 learn "the Gov
frnor li is i*-^11 jdvised by the
British .Consul General in Cuba
lh it the four men fro n the Sch.
"Rnsedale" ol this port, who were
detained in Cuba, as recently re-
portal in our columns, have been
handed over in the British Vice
Consul at Guantanamo, "His Ex-
cellency has Rked that the men
hall be tent l> tcU to Nassau by
the next mail strainer"
We shall lie interested IO know
Ihe leason for the detention of
these men.

The Secretary of State has select-
ed Mr. T. ILK Moulder, B. \ .
for nppointinent as Inspector and
General Superintendent of Schools
in Hie BahaJ^as, Mr. Moulder will
arrive towards the end "f July.
" The Nassau Guardian"
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
An Order in Council granting
an annual pension of 100,. 5. o
to William Grant Muclure, Esq.
Chief Clerk House of Assembly
and Registrar of the Supreme
Court, whose resignation is accept-
ed from the 1st day of July iqi3, is
published foi general information.
Amendment Rules ind ad lition-
*] Rules lor the Government of
Prisons; made by llis Excellency
the Coveriioi have Ij- en published
Mi. S. I'eters Sanit u) Inspector
li is been granted 8 days sick
leave,
Mr. Donald Bowen, Relieving
Officer, The Hospital ls b.....i ap-
pointed Acting Saiiifiry Inspector
in conjunction ilh the dui ies "f
li a own office.
. FOREIGN M iil per mail stea-
mei "Vigilancta" will be i losed on
Friday 20th at 10 a. in.
INTER1NSULAR Mails for
Harbour Island Spanish Wells.
Bluff, Kleutiier 1, Andrn*. Ahaco,
Exuma, Long I., Porl Howe. Rum
Cay and VVatlings will le closed
on Friday acih Inst. el a p. m.
.' VBLEGRAMS
|une ifdli 1913.
London.' 14.-' leu'. James Ken-
nedv of the naval wing of the
Royal flying corps was killed and
Gordon Bell.anothei avi ilor, seri-
ously injured in the fall ..I the
rhonoplane near the Brockland
Aerodrome to day.
Tokio, 14.- Count Yamomoto,
the pn mier, said to day. address,
ing journalists on foreign policies,
ihiit he doepl) regretted that the
controversy over the Californi 1
alien lend legislation wm unset-
tled.
He added that the government
was taking appropriate -leps and
he looked confidently for an uttti
table settlement.
London, 14..The militant Suf.
fragi tte campaign was resumed
lure to-night with the biggest raid
that had yet been made 011 mail
boxes. Twelve of these recepi u lei
from one end of the tOWO 10 the
other Were attacked.
Many letters were damage' A
I 0 nb was found in the tail
station at Eden 1'aik, Kent.
London. 14.The judge of the
central criminal court found it
impossible IO conclude to-day the
trial for conspiracy of the suffra-
gette leaders. The ease was ad-
journed until Tuesday,
Stafford Com. 14 Five persons
wen' killed and a score injured
when the second section of the
Boston express on the New ^ ork
New Haven and Hartford Rail-
way clashed into the rear ol
first section, which had Stopped
beie this afternoon, waiting to be
coupled to an ele< trie loi omoti >e,
London, 14. The report of_ the
Mai con 1 Inter national Marine Com-
munication Company shows that
11 isiness conl inues 10 ma k
far. lory progn
The net profits foi the year
amounted to It 22,000 as com par
ed with 973,000 in the preceding
year.
About 1,700 ships, exclusive Ol
warships are fitted with Marconi
wireless equipment.
London, 14.Lord Edward
Fitzgerald was married tins after.
noon by special license to Miss
May Etheridge, the musical come-
dian actress,at Wandsworth town-
hall registry office.
New York, 14.--Hie American
and Australian UMUii* players sail-
"d yesterday for Liverpool. Accor-
ding to the Australian players.
America has a good chance to
biiug back the Davis Cup.
London, 14.Sir Edward Grey,
speaking in the House of C om
mons to-day, increased the h r
that both Bulgaria n<\ Seivia
would accept the offer ul Russian
arbitration.
He said it was impossible to ex-
press too strongly the feelings of
disappointment and disapproval
which the outbreak of a war he
tween the Balkan allies woull
cause.
From "Spin gfield, Mass., Cur-
rent Events."
MR. BRYCE AND HIS BOOK.
j
The. retiring Ambassador, the
Right Hot ourable |ames Bryce,
was bom in Belfast, Ireland, but
of Scotch parentage. 74 yean ago.
He has been lawyer, author, Ins
tori an, diplomat. Among bis many
works, "The \merlcan Common-
wealth" made him well known
an I popular m this country I
he came here as Ambassador. He
ih-.-i I died inn ( lovi 1.1


titutions, >>tir country ami our
people wiih an understanding, a
fairness and a sympathy ih.it not
many British authors liaveshowr,.
Here are a few sentence taken
fiorr ill it work.
'The Americans are a good-
natured people, kindly, helpful to
one another, disposed to take a
chantalile view even of wrong-
doers. Their anger sometimes flares
Up, but the fire is soon extinct. .
Cruelty to slaves was rare while
slavery lasted, . The Southern
'rebels' wen- soon forgiven, and,
though civil wars are probably
bitter, there have been few Si
pies in which the combatants did
so many little friendly acts for one
anotherfew in winch even the
vanquished have so quick!) buiied
then resentment*. . Vindictive-
ness shown by a public man ex-
cites general disapproval : an.I
the maxim.of letting bygones be
bygones is pushed so far that an
offender's misdeeds are often for-
gotten when they ought to be re-
membered againsl him. . All
the v orld knows thai the) are a
humorous people, Noi is then sense
of the ludicrous side of thing*con
lined to a few brillitnl wi nets. It
is diffused among the whole pen
l-le. . Much 'if Presiih 111 Lin-
coln's popularity, and much also
of the gilt he showed fur re-l<
confidence to the North at the
darkest moments of the war, was
due to the humnroui wav he used
to turn things, conveying the im-
pression of licit being himself mi
easy, evn when he was most so "
THE
Nassau Bargain House.
Have been receiving by last weeks
Steamer
A verv larqe and varied assortment
of Goods for their department Stem
A LARGE variety of Ladies
and children's trimmed and
untrimmed I lats.
A beautiful lot of Fancy Hair
Ribbons, LargeRosefl and Wreaths
i ided and plain Velvets, black
and coloured.
A quantity Furniture in Bureaux
Tables, Dining Chairs, Mattrasses
&c.
One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a
coaster and new.
A quantity ( hina and White
Stone China Earthenw in .
Market Baskets, Brooms, Talcum
Powder, Enameled Ware <
\ Fine Lol Dress Goods in Lin-
enes, Linettes, Muslins, &c,
10 yard pieces Sanitary Diaper,
Children's plain colours and I
Lisle .'socks at 6d. ond 9 I. pair.
NOTICE.
The dwelling formerly occupied
by myself for Kent from the
instant.
Apply i
A. '!. MOORE.
June rotli, tqi.i
AjCONCERT.
ENTITLED THE WHOLE
HAM) OF I'll.(".RIMS, will
be given in Betl el Baptist Church
by Hie Choirs of Bethel an I St.
Paul s, FoxJllill, on I uesd ly 24th
June 1913
.Admission R.....d Seats i>.
General 6d,
Wanted
TWO CIGAK MAKERS
Apply 10
I. P. SANDS CO.
Ragtime Piano
Playing
POSITIVELY taught any per-
son in 10 to 20 lessons. Suc-
1 ess guaranteed. Call or write for
Free Booklet.
WALT. F. WEIR.
Dillett street.
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
With a mnu line ot- Ladiks
Dress Goonfc, Prints, Drill,
GkntsShirts, Under Waists
Call Early ani See New Stock
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
UK AND STOUT.
A delicious Drink brewed from
Hops containing all the tonic
value of ale and Stout but with-
out the after efferts, price 6d.
bottle, W do*.
LIMK CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7fd, Quarts 1 I
SPARKLING VALEN 10 WINE.
Pints 7M Per dor. s.
GINGER ALE & GINGER BEI R
Pints 6d. Per (I07. 5s.
SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
CASK'S.
SOLD AT BLACK'S
222 Bay St. and
THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S. BLACK, Agent.
Shef-
field
Cutlery
a fine assortment of:
RA/.ORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases,
and
SCISSORS.
, for sale by
Chas. E. Albury.
THE NEXT TIME
you are buying Soap make no
mistake, but ask for Sunlight Soap.
After you have used it in
your wash, you will always
remember to say
unlight
Soap
It will become a friend
in the home. You won't
forget it. and you will never
be without it.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED,
Port Sunlight, England.
RECEIVING Tills WEEK
AT B L A C KS
222 Bay-Street
an 11:11 N \-s\r CANDY
Kile HEN.
HUNTLEY <"s PALMERS
NEW Good Luck Biscuits
Loose and in half pound packets
at is. 3d. per lb.
Hunt ley A, Palmers Petit Beurre,
Marie and Coronation, in ball
pound pat kets.
CRAWFORD'S Putter Pulls in J
l!i. packets at 4d.
"Cfill.t' and Puff Creams
at is. 6d. per lb.
Currant Pulls' at l/j lb.
LIPIONS COCOA.
\ lb. tins is.
2 /.. ,, 6d.
THF. SPECIAL CALL AT
THE KOYAL STOKE
OUR "Royal" Household
Biand ! lour telling at 2d
pence per lb. and 30s. per bag of
I96 His.
"Golden star Flura lbs f"r 3iL
and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
for 3] I
Centennial Flour per bag 28s.
Pies Feet in Vinegar at /d. per lb.
Brown Sugar at 2 id. per lb. Our
rice white and clean, best in town
selling ;it 41I. per quart.
All our Groceries at* fresh and
good quality and cheap.
Pure Jamaica Ruin at 10s, per
gallon.
JAMFS L. SAUNDERS >S: Co.
Nassau N. P.
Bahamas.
April 15th 1913.
WILLIAMS'
SHOES
ARE BET I K '.
W. A. M VI'HER.
UNDER 1 VKER
DESIRES to in orm his friends
and the Public thai he has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the business of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry nut Funerals that
may be entrusted t < Ins c,ire with
em and despatch : and respect-
fully solicits their patron ige (let
v Pri es first and provs that 'hey
r the verj low< -1 for first class
work,
FUS SEU^
COf.DENStS
M ILK
BUTTEfiFI.V
'Spared ev ,,,
Fl/SSELL&C-t^
.Vo/MV.IK***"
NOTJCE
During my absence fom the Co-
lony, James ;>inelair will act
as miv Aivrrey.
STANLEY F.LI IOTT
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