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r^ n li'. i h I I ill VZbc tribune Tuesday. June 17. 1913. Russia is offering her mediation to Bulgaria and Servia during llic crisis that has .:: frcm the necessitj for dividing the spoils of war. It will be .1 calamity and a : :iimina] folly if these late allies Should fly at each otheis thr< 11 in the moment of trium Russia's evident anxiety to keep her Slav proteges out of war, and to keep herself free from it too, ^ significant. The Exhibition Number o( "The Slrombus" will bo published in July, as the copies (or the Exhibition will leave Nassau on the 1st August. All advertisements for this number should be sent in by the end of this present month. Writing from Colombo, Ceylon to a friend here, A lady says: I have read "The Strombus" with interest, from the first page to the last, and 1 do not find one advertisement of n. Boarding House. How is that? t !: witli us why tins gov 0 tO tl o-Japanese Wai led to an ,,r importing men from Barbaoutcry which gave impetus to dos for our < : ilary movement winch broug 7, the fact about the setting up of a sort of tna t at the re Parliament at St. Petersburg, are three dissatisfied men turnThe Czar might well fear that another war might endanger the Throne. ed loose on our I lout visibl s of supp 111 If t: will import men, it certainly should not he to recruit the army of paupers 01 jl )n Satur la\ aftern %  ••-> two sharks measui ing ten an : France is becoming more and more antagonistic to inert asing the term ofcompulsory Military Service and she will no d< ubt be doubly glad, under the circumsl ir of a fight with I iermany. Englan ent with Germany by the men of Pilot Boal N man therefore help to make in the Harbour, East of Pi France breathe more freely by Cay. I ne of the sharks airied serving the interests of peace. thirty one young on The creation of a new Eur j peanstate in Albania will be! The Am in (Motoi \ watched with interest. Although "Ra rn j n g Albanian! I to primi 'from Miami, live and warlike, they are 1 jt Sir. Nas 16th June 1913. Please allow me a little space dited with being industrious. It will be a grand thing if Albania should "make good." They are of a different race from their Montenegrin, Servian and Bui[ i n your "Tribune" to give exgarian neighbours and maj depression to a frievai t ;ainst velofVon different lines. Whatthe Bahama Government, bv ever form their evolution mav whom I have take, we hope it may be a true sonablyandun ealtwith. evolution, a real progress. In my nal I, B i .* hundreds ol n leg aw iv from The Mail St Seguran i" ere I was i to join arrived this morning from New Constabulary in Na >au; York with the following passen-1 arriving here 11 I eeing such gers : principles as 1 did n >i like a Miss Doris Gamblin ; Mee-1 the discipline such that I could dames Fannie Montell and Elsa nol stand it. J asked for my dis Meeres; Messrs Gustav Hemcliai ming, James J f yons, Willi; I bad lerved six months. O'Toole, and Claude E. i I was made to pay £% for my Wheatlej I uniform and Informed that I Misses Eunice Gibson, and would have to pa) my way Marion Gibson ; Mr. Edward Knowles 1 1 01 ng the passengers who arrived c > n Sunday night by the mad schooner "Dart" %  w J. B th< I, nnd W. 11. ''. Bethel. back to Barbados. Now I am actually a pauper in Nassau, as I have no me in "f paying my way hack, and have no relatii es 1 r friends here b< ing a complete stranger. 1 thought that being a British ject I would be well prote< I \ ed .11 a British Colony, but I [have found out mv mistake, 1 and the question naturally arises 'what am 1 to do to get back to I my native land. There are other questions that I might raise hut this fact stands out and above all. I am a wanderer in Nassau. Thanking you for space. I am tSEPH WILSt N Ex I'. C. from B and ax 1' C. of the Bahamas. I %  Eight M Grand Ba June roth, 1 To the Editor of the 'Tribune' N 1 1 i, x. P. D a 1 Sir, On May 1 1 tli at about ; |> m. a itorm • %  '•:. .'''lit I i| hour pass< I over 1 ( of the island 1 ': 1 • as rj with a lion lii 1 ttlemen' of I lunter, tl e hail fell so ts were ind began p thinking the l as at hand The hailstones fefl in aad destroyed even herb of the held. A you 1 \ 1 tan bj name if ; le the %  : diated l and measured the hail 7^ in I p on the ground most of il II en I y utting it out of b [ up pieces 0 1 1 id. It rem iin< d on ground ab tut 3 h urs after %  e • ; then it all melted. Thisoccurre I in 11unter's Settlement [thehail)This is a correct tale Thanking you for space V"oui • Truly, A. I. H. 1 %  n 1 uiih Cay, nth, 1 V heavj I I mi lerstorm 11 I over I nei n I'm tie Cay on the .nd Jue.it 2 p.m. doing d age %  I le N iM ern side .if the Commi••!'mei's resident e The ither boarding was ripped off. 1 inside 1 ne of the lied rooms, tle' upsta 11 s bedrmmi door and the dining room d down stair^ wen %  plintered the • board on the roof of the house was torn oil and several es of furniture destroyed. 1 woof theCommissioners children were in bed asleep not three feet from where the damage in fie bed room was done, fortunately they were not injured a heavy downpour of rain saved the house from catching on fire. if) th .Utue iqij The Mditor of The 'rCbune. Sir, Is it true that vou •un votJJ : pres-. with an Lie tilMotor Mv goodness, how time changd I wonder if we humanchangf '' witli then. Any way, we can lea 1 n somei tlni"' every day. I lave you ever he nd "f a Leopard hark i I 1 ha\ e f >r 'lie first time. I vvondef if ther* is any one .\ ho can give us any information on the subject. I hav : heard of Bonnet ; s an.! Ntn and iiner-head sharks 1 nd many ethers hilt l'\e II. 'Vi I.e.lid of irks I si e •• '1! ;' Lion 5I1 : '.s .tnii i %  1 -• P! 1.1 • 11 sharks soon. I Eastern an a rt lot. 11 1 f t li who I sh irk, and not one onlj hi t three. long, one 32 and had '(little 1. ml one had jo \\ hat a good t ing that Pili it I it .11 those 1 I to row up, they would have had li! til 10, and I in a little time tin harbour would has been full 1 sharks, an no bod\ 1 oldtl IIH .e gone in bathii %  • I h I ird people keep these I a sharks up their way. WESTWARD BOY. (Communicati June 1 %  : | | INHUMAN TkEATMENT of a pi or woman, a widow With II children, the : 1 -, \ e ars, the you I babe. Tais woman arrived from a 1 ago, bringing her babe jick. According to the si r of her brothi I2lh ult. she applied bt ihe \ 1 for medii ine f i hei 1 A<\ nnd •A as charged one shilling I > 1 1 After stating thai add not pay because she was I n poor to do so she had to leave the Hospital grounds without ( the medicine, for the pi rson in charge would n< • %  it to her : without the payment of the precious shilling. It was not 1 until the 17th that she | ot tint : medii ine. I lei son, a boy about fifteen years <>f age, heai m his mother*! difficulty o ia shilling from someone on (he same boat as liimsell and gave it to his mother, who w at immediately to tke Asvlum and II



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I". 1 R i B U \' h ['.'in] for tinmedicine fnr her sicTOhild six days after tlie application. left at once for her island home ; whether the child received any benefit from the ni"dicilie the brother of the woman had not heard. I refer to this treatment as inhuman because tin' child iinu'lit have died on accounl i I the delay, and I do not know vet but that this innocent b ibe lias stiffen-d and may die as the result. I am sum that it was not and is not intended that a suf : W!M i IDS luti ly unable to pay for treatment should be heartlessly turned away to linon, perhaps to die. II. M. King i rge V Birthday at I iat : el Bay, Eleuth June I'll, I913. I K HUM nil %  • :' rd inst da %  ed bright and beautiful, the Public s ho 'l Teacher and pupils, fad for sometime 1 ly be" 11 prep iring to malethis a happy day for themselves, parents, and fellow townsmen. At 10. a m. precisely, all asI tofroom, for • of holding an ei lainmeut. This was well attended The adull portion, parents and fi iends, seemed very expl I ant. as to n li ii the children had '1 F01 em 1 an posi tivel 1. they were not at all disappoh n | ro gramme, consisting of Pati iotic r< tati ns, dialogues and interesting Bpeeeht* was most tingly rendered. Tin entertainment was opened VIi I. I.. Mi no is Teacher, v\ nli a 1 arefullx prepared ad II the anniversary of I lis esi y's, birthday, whii h w as ned to with 1 areful atten 1. I le forcibly set before us, our duty towards < iod, our <\ut b • s li 1 of Mr Minnis, our painstaking her : the progress of the 1 s he has been in chat %  :••• is very m 11 ked. 11" does duty manfully and without Ol favour. And the school nevei >t iod where i1 n >w si mis. We sincerly hope, that the d ij is v c' fai awav when he shall %  . 'ills •'( imil The singing of the National Anthem, which was cheerfully sum.: I v all insid • the 1 >om, brought tins grand and inter* ing Feature to a cl >se Three cheers were then %  %  for the Kin Queen, the Em pi 1 •• imon whi< h the sun never sets, fi > r His I x Board of Educat ion, and for the teacher and scholars of the hel Bay)S< tibol. Shall be pleas...I Mr. Editor, if you are able to publish the attached programme. Yours ••' '. A BRITISH SUBJECT. Following is the Progi mime, en blor, of the Pati iotic Enl tainment given on 3rd June us. -"Kings Birthday"— By the Teacher. Speaeh —"The British Emp re John V, Brown. Song (10) by the sch 10I. htecitati 'iis li. ti %  .1 g< : Anme B. Join son, E lien J hn Do* I lutcheson, Tiny E. Bethel, Leon Bethel, Rem Bethel, Bruce Johnson, Mi 1" -ti i in.'to-i. I haloguos I 'wn bv three gu Is, and one b\ six girls". Hoop Drill—By sixteen girls. I. s n ins ••(iod bless our Native I and'' By the school. God save the King. WALL-STREET AGENT IX TREASURY. The new S of the i p.. in ., Mi. Mi Ad .0. disc cd last week thai a repr* seiita• of the National City B ol New 'i ork fas for eight or ten years had desk room in the ol the Comptroller of the Cum n v. at the Treasury Department in Washington. This private employee in a public office was able to his hank INS .1" information of ling '"' "i lb1 %  my I ) epai t ne nt. Mr. Mc \doo ordered the bank employe %  ousted, declaring the whole arrangement to be "irregular and improper." That sn h an arrang* 1 existed al all, seems to showthat intimate relations h ive ex isted foi • ast, between the Treasury and Wall Sti et. lias the millionaire found happiness ? Li.-it all dep up m the millionaire.' said Baron H iri 1 K' ith lild to a "Daily News" representative during a • %  I of "Croesus" at the 1 iai 1 ick Theatri j esterd iy. The Baron has written many plays, one of which ran 1 16 nights m Paris, but his |a1 est work, "Croesus," lie regards as his besl effort. "I have written this play," he sod, "to show what are the things that m mej c inn I buy, how it is that rich men have thru pecu %  a .'1 linst fat<. I it stated the ol lei day bj Mi. Rockefeller and Mr. Came gie that they were perfectly happy.] am not. Whj Because for onitlunj, I am not matt rialiStic. I know the world that li"s outside my orld, and I seek to understand it and sj mpathise with it through heart and brain "The i ich man is prone to set himself upon a pinnacle to sit on a • ol ( Hympus as a supei m,in who is above, and has nothing to d i with, his f.-l lows, I lie finds h,i i s in that way But then other i ich men wh • seek 1 sj nip u '., and all the attributes and in 'Croesus' I e s tught to interpret thi m Bali igicglly t< i show how lhe\ cm find their happim CABLEGRAMS June 17th IQIJ. London, 15 -British cabinet ministers were to-day al • Ive I by the pai liam intarj 1 immittee ... all blame in conn* lion win. the scandals alleged to have surrounded the 1 ontra between the British government and the M noun WirelessC m pany. The reports assert that there is no foundation for any ol the charges made against Sii Rufus Isaacs., David Llyod G rge or Postmaster General Samuel. The report further says tin n 1 evidence was given si, iwi 1 that any member of the Britj> government exercized any i* fluence in order to procure the cotitmcl lot the Marconi Com panv. The'reporl in conclusion strong |y condemns Ihe publication^ Charges which were absolute!*. untrue and winch those respon sible for their cin illation had n • reason to believe to be true. London, 15 —The Royal As tronomical Society to day gave a welcome to Prof' Pi • ring and other American astrono s who are now visiting England. London, 15.—Judge Moore of Ne v V irk to da\ '00k I pi ize m the private in the pri 1 aCS, and A If nd Vandeibilt first prize in the load roach class in the coaching marathon from Hyde Park corner to Richmond, run in con tion with the Richmond Horse Show. London, 15.— Two big prices were reached at Christies to-day in the course


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>r t T n ii T U 1 b U N E ?r •t-> oveicome in later life. Natur\ THE ally in ynutli, the body and mind Narsau Bargain House. are far more susceptible to evil in "l nny kind than in adult ile, nod the habitual use, even in small quantities, of any narcotic poison, whether alcohol, tobacco, r>r opium, does far more damage than in later life. Both alcohol and tohacco are druRS which stunt the growth () f ihc growing 1. % %  dwarf his intellect, demoralize his morals, and m ir Ins p lysical nental, and moral powers for life. Youth is the best time in which to form gocd habits, and the connSel of Sol.anon to "train up a child in the way he should go" i* pniti. cularly sound advice with icgard to the formation of habits in youth. The hoy u ho shuns tobacco and alcohol MI his teens is far less likeB to Require these habits for n ben he arrives at y< ais nl rlist ret ion, he will understand bettor the terrible evils M huh alv .1 \ ~ p,<. im them. .WOllt All TEMPTATN >NS No one cm lake too 1," eat care to avoid all fonnol temptation that would lead to the use <>< intoxicating drinks, 'Milis ;i car when the counsel to "touch not ; lasle not ; handle not," is in order. We think that medical men and | women should hi' particularly c ful J.vten prescribing medicines, t avoid as far as possible anything which contains alcohol, Sonn persons are more susceptible lo III influence of narcotic diuj;s than others, and it is a fact that many medicines contain ;i large pei cent age of alcohol, and aie consequently not s.ife, even as medicines, in I her.is.> of ih se who are especialty susceptible, We Hre glad lo know ih it yeai by year doctors an giving liss aii ohol, not only in iheir pi it He practise, but also in die hospitals. Lbe liquor bill of the leading hn$itals of London is steadily diminishing jear bv year, and 11! ihe same tune the milk bill is rising, and this \$ ;is u should be. Everything possible nughl to be done to prevent the fonnation of the dunk habit, the evil* of which in demoralizing life, opening tlio door to disease, bringing bankHi en receiving by last u eks steamer A verv larqe and varied assortment of Goodl f< lir. NOTICE, •I ling formerly occupied y myself for Rent from the ifjth at, Apply to \ F. MOORE. June loth, 1913 KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE AND STOUT. A delicious l)rink brewed fiom Hops Containing all the tonic value of ale and Stout but without tie afier effect*, price 6d. bail.-. 51 do*. LIMK Cll \\IPAGNE. Pints 7A.I. Quarts lod. SPARKLING VAI.KNTO WINE. Pints 7J.I Pei do", 6a. GINGER ALK ke that we now VV have on h^nd an extensive Stock of 11 \V \\ \ CIGARS. We guarantee bur brand to be made of 1 he finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana killers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by --killed workmen and 'jreat pains are taken to produce an HI tide of BUD? ni quality. The success we have met With m the pa 81 leads us Confidently to expact the pationage of conuoiseuri J. L. SAL'NDERS A Co. I lav Street. RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT n I. A C K'S 222 Bav-Str and THE N \SSAU CANDY Kill HEN. I I UNTLEY & PALMERS 1 I NEW Good I uck Biscuits Loose and in half pound packets at |s, y\ 1 er lb. Hun I ley & Palme's Petit I',. M.n ie and I Coronation, in hall pound |1AI ki Is, CRAW FORD'S Butter Puffi in 1 II packets at ,|d. „ "L'fil 11" and Pull Creams at is. 6d, per lb. Currant Puffs at i/j il>. UPTON'S COCOA. 2 ox. fid. ruptcy and failure, breaking up I ....... .. "\[\ '{. %. , jiomes, and seeding men and wo. ""• N w %  ien lo the asylun., or even lo a E uicide's L'rave, or lo some other errible crime, can never be esti Tinted. Let us bear in mind that I lbe ciaving for alcohol, as well as lor lob: ceo or for opium, NKM1 be ? imes a chronic disease, which is Uvny* nn.st obstinate to deal nil, and ir. many c.ises, unfortu. palely, is quite incurable; and •at the only safe and sure remedy prevention. Wanted 'WO CIGAR MAKERS Apply to L p.'swns CO. II. KI I'CHEV. I'd. At. K. Ag-nl. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STORE O CR •'Royal" Household Biand Flour selling at 2d pence per lb. anil JOS, per bus of iq6 lbs. "Ooldn Star Flout 2 lbs for 3I1I, and "Laurel Brand" Flouf" 2 lbs for ,Jd. Leuteunial Flour per ba 2s. Po.'s Feel in V a %  al 7.1 pei Ih, Bnw n Sugar al 2|d. pei *t < hit rii • %  M liile and < I I'-'-t in town Sellinu .it 4ORS. for sale by Chas. E. Albury. USE OF is taKnjssELj/s CONDCNSf 0 MILK Jxvffltot.fW %  I '"fPAHED BV FUSSELLCfC^ LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FOR PARTICULAR* WRIT! BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHOOt EIGHTH MO ME. ST. LOUIS. MP AMDITIONTAI.Ka aiiiy at th now famous artlolta bound In book f..rni— [ % %  •inboard eov*rs--t4 !...'• with an Inaplrlnc monay-maklng auc : >atlon on aarh par*. Mallad praoald. too. UU.I.M. PaMlihla* C* lih and Plaa Sta., m. Louis. Mo. r 1



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%  Nulllus e-ddictus |urnre in verba maglstri. Belntf bound lo swee-r to the Uojma. of no Me-ater. VOL. X. No.ss.vvi. N. V.. Bahainn. Tue.ilav June 17. 19l> No. 169 LEON !'-. H. UL'I'I CI, KulT'lK .NU I* HO PH II I Ok OKFICP %  3* MABKRI STKKK'i N.i ;.u N. C. I.AIIAMA > t.. PUBLISHED DAILY. \1 u.uy. Arsduesday *>< A Friday — iniylf ciipy ... • % %  5 '• ruetday, i' i %  '• %  '"' l ~"'" *ntule cop' ••• Weekly — • %  • !'' Vlonthti '" %  •' Qiartpih Half Yenrh ... *• %  Y-ai.v ... * %  r i v \iii.iv IN ADVANCE. Advertiting Rale*: Six |Hre |i line for first nis.-ni.MK three pane* |c lu>a f.. r ;p<-iiini insertion; ami one penny |er lint (oi %  ubeequeiit insertion^ Adveiiinainti'i* uiidtl eij-'lit hue%  (••. ALCOHOL AS A II tnir. FORMING DRUG By B. Ohtrn, M. I). I. I'. I'. (Concluded.) IIARJ r DRU JS A narcotic drug, isheiher opium or H Cohol, has II tl>nl>lrpffeci ii|i•in the brain .""I II*I v-i, nr rather, ur may WiV, there is n ilnni >tion, nnd afieiward H ic8 r ti*in. I" liecin with, tli narcotic poison lie. numbs '" pa ml) iff ill* nervi which carry tin* sensalioris vf pain MIKI discomfort, and, as a c-na*tiw-nce, givts a temporary sense of wrlUheint!, comfort, mill noie <>r less exhilaration, and vvpn excitement. The 'HHIIPI controlling rcrve renters wliicli me diiecily rim. orued with Ihp fii cr balance of thi> mind and pond jiidcmi nt, me alfO benumbed, and I" U large exi.i.i pul %  ui f action. I his i'xplain* illitem i "l irn sp ibility ;ir.>l unwi'di m, not lo mention foolishness an I silliness, i.lien inanifi sled by tln'sr li" i'ic un l< r ilia influence of alcol ol. With the I. ni|x r..r\ loss "I ihi'sp mhihitinil and controlling centers, lhrre is also a Inwi of ihe ordinnrv responsibilities of life, and for the tune bring, the more or less intoxicated individual forgets l |ls trouble*, disUP-s, and inispiy, ami is prone lo exevs-'-v and vices of various kinds in which he would never give way if he were in his right mind. He is obviously In an abnormal and morbid -til'-, an I it i on account of the pei version of liii mind and judgment lli.it he fancies himself happy md comfortable, while wiving way locmivivial and carnal pleasure*. This is the firat stage. I he second stage is quite the re%  .. %  of the first, (or the patting exhilaraiion of i he spirits, loquacious, noisy, and foolish speech, and a happy gifcluck*, don't-care feeling are soon followed by the narcotic stage, with toxiouacare.wor,,, f\ nny Hi nigiii*, an I general mental d pression. Now nil the old difficulties, tmul les, and mis erie** return multiplied m both fo and I rce, and a statol wretched nest is often readied which issomeunips well-nigh indescribable. Small wonder that the poor victim Soon feela Ciaving for more drjllk in oid-r attain to bury Ins tioublea, and escape from his misery, lbs aches and pains are also multiplied. He loses in appetite, and loses ileep, and is in no In si tie lor am >, ri of work <>r responsibility. I he bnel picturt which w-li ive drawn is a 1 1 wie, ami only > liuf of those who have given way to |be liquor habit lor ant consul. arable time ; but it is by mi means an extieine picture, Un the hnal hell ivliieli isultim iiely reached by the d unknrd is delirium t'-mens, one ol the most terrible of all Known dic.iM-N. Till-; CRAVING FOR DRINK All habit-diug* liavetbis in comnion that ihey produce in the oae hn uses ihein K craving fr the nar.-olie, which craving gradually inuieaae* as time Roes on. Un. (hadalf by lhe most supreme efforts. The man may recognize the ev.l ; h may wi-h io give up 'he drink, and determine to do so, but ii has got be yond him, and he is no longer bis own master. Me resolves to shun Strong drink, to abstain from it entirely ; but how long is he able i i i P p his pledge? Ihe fact .s that in many cases he has been ne -" demoralized both physically ami mori.lly by the degradinginfluei of alcohol thai be iutterl) unable to withstand the temptation, an I nothing abort ol a mild form ol imprisonment under conditi nwhich in ike it imp >ssible for In n to obtain any alcoholic bevei i is successful ; and even tins sneer-is often temp >r iry. I istm onlv a1 ing s the temptation is removed. It is well t'> i ;ir In ni^'d •'' none of these habit-forming drug* ,, ,,sess any real cuiative value in i Intreatment <>f disease, and we arglad I" know that medical men are using 'hem less and less as the* better understand their perineumeffects. A narcotic drug innpb K .tes a sensof rebel i.y paral> ting the neives ol pains, and in continue this rebel it is necei to keep rej e itiug the dose. M poor wretch Ins become the vie tun of the alcohol habit Irom h n ing the drug piescribed as a meflicine by the attending physician. THE FORMATION OF HAW I We ae all p one to form habitof various kinds, physical, mei and moral : and even such a si pie thing iis w ilking, which i tirl a child must acq lire by patient effort, soon becomes a fixe I, ,I,I ,and we c -m • to d i it I ly in a suit oi autd natic way wit outgiving il p*cial attention. Jni as long as these h ibitS are usefn wholesome, and beneficent, thev are desirable and entirely satisl n lory. Hut it is just as easy, ail peihaps some would say easier, in |.>rin bad habits than Rood one-. We nre all most susceptible to III %  formation of habit in ehlldhinid and youth. The" 'he living c II-. including "he nerves and the bi ; U ,. ui a sob, pi itic state and ni susceptible to influence il any 1. good or ban fourth pagi


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Nulllus e-ddictus |urnre in verba maglstri.
Belntf bound lo swee-r to the Uojma. of no Me-ater.
VOL. X.
No.ss.vvi. N. V.. Bahainn. Tue.ilav June 17. 19l>
No. 169
LEON !'-. H. UL'I'I CI,
KulT'lK .NU I* HO PH II I Ok
OKFICP 3* MABKRI STKKK'i
N.i ;.u N. C. I.AIIAMA
, > t.- .
PUBLISHED DAILY.
\1 u.uy. Arsduesday *> iniylf ciipy ... 5 '
ruetday, i' i ' '"' l~"'"
*ntule cop' '
Weekly !''
Vlonthti '" '
Qiartpih
Half Yenrh ... *
Y-ai.v ... *
r i v \iii.iv IN ADVANCE.
Advertiting Rale*: Six |Hre |i line
for first nis.-ni.MK three pane* |c lu>a
f..r ;p<-iiini insertion; ami one penny |er
lint (oi ubeequeiit insertion^
Adveiiinainti'i* uiidtl eij-'lit hue- (.
ALCOHOL AS A II tnir.
FORMING DRUG
By B. Ohtrn, M. I). I. I'. I'.
(Concluded.)
IIARJ r DRU JS
A narcotic drug, isheiher opium
or h Cohol, has II tl>nl>lr- pffeci ii|i-
in the brain .""I ii*iv-i, nr rather,
ur may WiV, there is n ilnni >-
tion, nnd afieiward h ic8rti*in. I"
liecin with, tli narcotic poison lie.
numbs '" pa ml) iff ill* nervi
which carry tin* sensalioris vf pain
mikI discomfort, and, as a c-na*-
tiw-nce, givts a temporary sense of
wrlUheint!, comfort, mill noie <>r
less exhilaration, and vvpn excite-
ment. The 'hhIipi controlling rcrve
renters wliicli me diiecily rim.
orued with Ihp fii cr balance of
thi> mind and pond jiidcmi nt, me
alfO benumbed, and I" U large ex-
i.i.i pul ui f action. I his i'x-
plain* ill- item i "l irn sp.....ibility
;ir.>l unwi'di m, not lo mention
foolishness an I silliness, i.lien
inanifi sled by tln'sr li" i'ic un l< r
ilia influence of alcol ol. With the
I. ni|x r..r\ loss "I ihi'sp mhihitinil
and controlling centers, lhrre is al-
so a Inwi of ihe ordinnrv responsi-
bilities of life, and for the tune br-
ing, the more or less intoxicated
individual forgets l|ls trouble*, dis-
UP-s, and inispiy, ami is prone lo
exevs-'-v and vices of various kinds
in which he would never give way
if he were in his right mind. He is
obviously In an abnormal and mor-
bid -til'-, an I it i on account
of the pei version of liii mind and
judgment lli.it he fancies himself
happy md comfortable, while
wiving way locmivivial and carnal
pleasure*. This is the firat stage.
I he second stage is quite the re-
.. of the first, (or the patting
exhilaraiion of i he spirits, loquaci-
ous, noisy, and foolish speech, and
a happy gifcluck*, don't-care feel-
ing are soon followed by the nar-
cotic stage, with toxiouacare.wor-
,,, f\ nny Hi nigiii*, an I general
mental d pression. Now nil the
old difficulties, tmul les, and mis
erie** return multiplied m both fo
and I rce, and a stat- ol wretched
nest is often readied which issome-
unips well-nigh indescribable.
Small wonder that the poor victim
Soon feel- a Ciaving for more drjllk
in oid-r attain to bury Ins tioublea,
and escape from his misery, lbs
aches and pains are also multiplied.
He loses in appetite, and loses
ileep, and is in no In si tie lor am
>, ri of work <>r responsibility.
I he bnel picturt which w-li ive
drawn is a 1.....1 wie, ami only >
liuf of those who have given way
to |be liquor habit lor ant consul.
arable time ; but it is by mi means
an extieine picture, Un the hnal
hell ivliieli isultim iiely reached by
the d unknrd is delirium t'-mens,
one ol the most terrible of all
Known dic.iM-N.
Till-; CRAVING FOR DRINK
All habit-diug* liavetbis in com-
nion that ihey produce in the oae
hn uses ihein k craving fr the
nar.-olie, which craving gradually
inuieaae* as time Roes on. Un.
(hada more Miseepiible han oihers lo
this terrb'e ciavmc, and find it ex
ceedingly difficult,if not impossibli.
In ovcko nc the craving andcon-
quei he habit. This craving for
the diug s.on becomes deepseated,
bihI set ms i" be a pan "I the v< rj
Lie of the victim. Th aj prtite
for strong drinfc develops in tune
into a veritable bondage which
(an icarcr y le shaken <>lf by lhe
most supreme efforts. The man
may recognize the ev.l ; h may
wi-h io give up 'he drink, and de-
termine to do so, but ii has got be
yond him, and he is no longer bis
own master. Me resolves to shun
Strong drink, to abstain from it en-
tirely ; but how long is he able i i
. i Pp his pledge? Ihe fact .s that
in many cases he has been ne -"
demoralized both physically ami
mori.lly by the degradinginfluei
of alcohol thai be iutterl) unable
to withstand the temptation, an I
nothing abort ol a mild form ol
imprisonment under conditi n-
which in ike it imp >ssible for In n
to obtain any alcoholic bevei i
is successful ; and even tins sneer--
is often temp >r iry. I istm onlv a-
1 ing s the temptation is removed.
It is well t'> i;ir In ni^'d ''
none of these habit-forming drug*
,, ,,sess any real cuiative value in
i In- treatment <>f disease, and we
ar- glad I" know that medical men
are using 'hem less and less as the*
better understand their perineum-
effects. A narcotic drug innpb
K.tes a sens- of rebel i.y paral>
ting the neives ol pains, and in
continue this rebel it is necei
to keep rej e itiug the dose. M
poor wretch Ins become the vie
tun of the alcohol habit Irom h n
ing the drug piescribed as a mefli-
cine by the attending physician.
THE FORMATION OF HAW I
We ae all p one to form habit-
of various kinds, physical, mei
and moral : and even such a si
pie thing iis w ilking, which i
tirl a child must acq lire by pati-
ent effort, soon becomes a fixe !
I, ,i,i ,and we c -m to d i it I
ly in a suit oi autd natic way wit
outgiving il p*cial attention. Jni
as long as these h ibitS are usefn ,
wholesome, and beneficent, thev
are desirable and entirely satisl n
lory. Hut it is just as easy, ail
peihaps some would say easier, in
|.>rin bad habits than Rood one-.
We nre all most susceptible to III
formation of habit in ehlldhinid
and youth. The" 'he living c II-.
including "he nerves and the bi
;U,. ui a sob, pi itic state and ni
susceptible to influence il any 1.
good or ba childhood end ynulh are the U
time in which to lay asurc found.,
tion [or Sound health, physic Bi i
men al and moral. I hen the h
is easily moulded for good or ill
and the habits which are fixed m
youth are the most difficult of all
(Continued >n fourth pagi


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Zbc tribune
Tuesday. June 17. 1913.
Russia is offering her media-
tion to Bulgaria and Servia dur-
ing llic crisis that has .::
frcm the necessitj for dividing
the spoils of war. It will be .1
calamity and a : :iimina]
folly if these late allies
Should fly at each otheis thr< 11
in the moment of trium
Russia's evident anxiety to
keep her Slav proteges out of
war, and to keep herself free
from it too, ^ significant.
The Exhibition Number o( "The
Slrombus" will bo published in
July, as the copies (or the Exhibi-
tion will leave Nassau on the 1st
August.
All advertisements for this
number should be sent in by the
end of this present month.
Writing from Colombo, Ceylon
to a friend here, A lady says: I
have read "The Strombus" with
interest, from the first page to the
last, and 1 do not find one adver-
tisement of n. Boarding House.
How is that?
! t !:
witli us why tins gov
! 0 tO tl
o-Japanese Wai led to an ,,r importing men from Barba-
outcry which gave impetus to dos for our < : ilary
movement winch broug 7, the fact
about the setting up of a sort of tnat at the re
Parliament at St. Petersburg, are three dissatisfied men turn-
The Czar might well fear that
another war might endanger the
Throne.
ed loose on our I lout
visibl s of supp 111
If t: will im-
port men, it certainly should
not he to recruit the army of
paupers 01
jl
' )n Satur la\ aftern -> two
sharks measui ing ten an :
France is becoming more and
more antagonistic to inert asing
the term ofcompulsory Military
Service and she will no d< ubt
be doubly glad, under the cir-
cumsl ir of a
fight with I iermany. Englan
ent with Germany by the men of Pilot Boal N
man therefore help to make in the Harbour, East of Pi
France breathe more freely by Cay. I ne of the sharks airied
serving the interests of peace. thirty one young on
The creation of a new Eur j
peanstate in Albania will be! The Am in (Motoi \
watched with interest. Although "Ra rnjng
Albanian! I to primi 'from Miami,
live and warlike, they are 1 jt
Sir.
Nas
16th June 1913.
Please allow me a littlespace
dited with being industrious. It
will be a grand thing if Albania
should "make good." They are
of a different race from their
Montenegrin, Servian and Bui-[in your "Tribune" to give ex-
garian neighbours and maj de- pression to a frievai t ;ainst
velofVon different lines. What- the Bahama Government, bv
ever form their evolution mav whom I have
take, we hope it may be a true sonablyandun ealtwith.
evolution, a real progress. In my nal I, B i
.* hundreds ol n leg aw iv from
The Mail St Seguran i" ere I was i to join
arrived this morning from New Constabulary in Na >au;
York with the following passen-1 arriving here 11 I eeing such
gers : principles as 1 did n >i like a
Miss Doris Gamblin ; Mee-1 the discipline such that I could
dames Fannie Montell and Elsa nol stand it. J asked for my dis
Meeres; Messrs Gustav Hem- cliai
ming, James J f yons, Willi; I bad lerved six months.
! O'Toole, and Claude E. i I was made to pay % for my
Wheatlej I uniform and Informed that I
Misses Eunice Gibson, and would have to pa) my way
Marion Gibson ; Mr. Edward
Knowles 1101
ng the passengers who
arrived c>n Sunday night by the
mad schooner "Dart"
w J. B th< I, nnd W. 11.
''. Bethel.
back to Barbados.
Now I am actually a pauper
in Nassau, as I have no me in
"f paying my way hack, and
have no relatii es 1 r friends here
b< ing a complete stranger.
1 thought that being a British
ject I would be well prote< I
\ ed .11 a British Colony, but I
[have found out mv mistake,
1 and the question naturally arises
'what am 1 to do to get back to
I my native land.
There are other questions
that I might raise hut this fact
stands out and above all. I am
a wanderer in Nassau.
Thanking you for space.
I am
tSEPH WILSt N
Ex I'. C. from B and
ax 1' C. of the Bahamas.
I *
Eight M
Grand Ba
June roth, 1
To the Editor of the 'Tribune'
N 1 1 i, x. P.
D a 1 Sir,
On May 1 1 tli at about ;
|> m. a itorm ':. .'''lit
I i| hour pass< I over 1
( of the island 1':.....1 as
rj with a li-
on lii 1 ttle-
men' of I lunter, tl e hail fell so
ts were
ind began p
thinking the l as at hand
The hailstones fefl in
aad destroyed even herb of the
held. A you 1 \ 1 tan bj name if
; le
the : diatedland measur-
ed the hail 7^ in I p on the
ground most of il II
en I y utting it out
of b [ up pieces
0 1 1 id. It rem iin< d on
ground ab tut 3 h urs after
e ; then it all melted.
Thisoccurre I in 11unter's Settle-
ment [thehail)This is a correct
tale
Thanking you for space
V"oui Truly,
A. I. H.
1 . n 1 uiih Cay,
nth, 1
V heavj I I mi lerstorm 11 I
over I nei n I'm tie Cay on the
.nd Jue.it 2 p.m. doing d
age I le N iM ern side .if the
Commi!'mei's resident e The
ither boarding was ripped
off. 1 inside 1 ne of the lied
rooms, tle' upsta 11 s bedrmmi
door and the dining room d.....
down stair^ wen plintered the
board on the roof of the
house was torn oil and several
es of furniture destroyed.
1 woof theCommissioners child-
ren were in bed asleep not three
feet from where the damage in
fie bed room was done, fortu-
nately they were not injured a
heavy downpour of rain saved
the house from catching on fire.
if) th .Utue iqij
The Mditor of The 'rCbune.
Sir,
Is it true that vou un votJJ
: pres-. with an Lie til- Motor
Mv goodness, how time changd
I wonder if we human- changf
'' witli then.
Any way, we can lea 1 n somei
tlni"' every day. I lave you ever
he nd "f a Leopard hark i I
1 ha\ e f >r 'lie first time. I vvondef
if ther* is any one .\ ho can
give us any information on the
subject. I hav : heard of Bonnet
; s an.! Ntn and
iiner-head sharks 1 nd many
ethers hilt l'\e II.'Vi I.e.lid of
irks I si e '1!
;' Lion 5I1 : '.s .tnii
i. 1 - P! 1.1 11 sharks soon.
I Eastern an a
rt lot. 11 1 f t li
who I sh irk,
and not one onlj hi t three.
long, one 32 and
had '(little
1. ml one
had jo \\ hat a good t ing that
Pili it I it .11 those
1 .
I to row up, they would
have had li! til 10, and
I in a little time tin harbour
would has been full 1 sharks,
an no bod\ 1 oldtl Iih .e gone
in bathii
I h I ird people
keep these I a sharks
up their way.
WESTWARD BOY.
(Communicati
June 1 : | |
INHUMAN TkEATMENT
of a pi or woman, a widow With
II children, the :
1 -, \ears, the you I babe.
Tais woman arrived from a
1
ago, bringing her babe jick.
According to the si r
of her brothi I2lh ult.
she applied bt ihe \ 1 for
medii ine f i hei 1 A<\ nnd
a as charged one shilling I > 11
After stating thai add
not pay because she was I n
poor to do so she had to leave
the Hospital grounds without
( the medicine, for the pi rson in
charge would n< it to her
: without the payment of the
precious shilling. It was not
1 until the 17th that she | ot tint
: medii ine. I lei son, a boy about
fifteen years <>f age, heai m
his mother*! difficulty o
ia shilling from someone on (he
same boat as liimsell and gave
it to his mother, who w at im-
mediately to tke Asvlum and
II


I".
1 R i B U \' h
['.'in] for tin- medicine fnr her
sicTOhild six days after tlie ap-
plication.
left at once for her island
home ; whether the child re-
ceived any benefit from the ni"-
dicilie the brother of the wom-
an had not heard.
I refer to this treatment as
inhuman because tin' child
iinu'lit have died on accounl i I
the delay, and I do not know
vet but that this innocent b ibe
lias stiffen-d and may die as the
result. I am sum that it was not
and is not intended that a suf
: w!m i ids luti ly unable
to pay for treatment should be
heartlessly turned away to lin-
on, perhaps to die.
II. M. King i rge V Birthday
at I iat : el Bay, Eleuth
June I'll, I913.
I k hum nil. :' rd inst da
ed bright and beautiful, the
Public s ho 'l Teacher and pu-
pils, fad for sometime 1
ly be" 11 prep iring to male- this
a happy day for themselves,
parents, and fellow townsmen.
At 10. a m. precisely, all as-
I tofroom, for
of holding an ei
lainmeut. This was well attend-
ed The adull portion, parents
and fi iends, seemed very expl I
ant. as to n li ii the children had
'1 F01 em 1 an posi
tivel 1. they were not
at all disappoh n | ro
gramme, consisting of Pati iotic
r< tati ns, dialogues and
interesting Bpeeeht* was most
tingly rendered.
Tin entertainment was opened
VIi I. I.. Mi no is Teacher,
v\ nli a 1 arefullx prepared ad
II the anniversary of I lis
. esi y's, birthday, whii h w as
ned to with 1 areful atten
1. I le forcibly set before us,
our duty towards < iod, our <\u t .wards the Kins and Empire,
. 11 r duty I 1 11 Is uurselv es and
pni h othtfT) and how that the
King's birthday should be ob-
served annually by all British
Su!]' 1 IS Thru followed a
h which was ably deliv I ;
1. \i 1 |ohn V. I'd vn .1
vitung p ipil of th ii on
"the British Empire."
Anotli'i pleasing fe iture of
the entei tain nent, was a hoop
drill by 16 gii Is. Tins was very
id indeed, and shows that
the teacher had worked very
haul in preparing the girls for
this lively exercise
1 In the whole, the entertain-
ment proved a success from be-
ginning to end, and I am proud
to say that a spirit of true lo\
alty 1 in both the tench-
iholarsi
At thi 1 I se of the programme
parents ! I guardiai II as
friends, were seen marching up
to the teacher and offering con
ilations for his untiring
: ts in prepai ing the children
for this grand occasion
1 n 1 m : 1' 1 : >t b s li 1 of
Mr Minnis, our painstaking
her : the progress of the
1 s he has been in
chat : is very m 11 ked. 11" does
duty manfully and without
Ol favour. And the school
nevei >t iod where i1 n >w si mis.
We sincerly hope, that the d ij
is v c' fai awav when he shall
. 'ills '( imil '
The singing of the National
Anthem, which was cheerfully
sum.: I v all insid the 1 >om,
brought tins grand and inter*
ing Feature to a cl >se
Three cheers were then
for the Kin Queen, the
Em pi 1 imon whi< h the sun
never sets, fi>r His I x
Board of Educat ion, and for
the teacher and scholars of the
hel Bay)S< tibol.
Shall be pleas...I Mr. Editor, if
you are able to publish the at-
tached programme.
Yours ' '.
A BRITISH SUBJECT.
Following is the Progi mime,
en blor, of the Pati iotic Enl
tainment given on 3rd June
us. -"Kings Birthday"
By the Teacher. Speaeh "The
British Emp re John V,
Brown. Song (10) by the sch 10I.
htecitati 'iis li. ti .1 g< :
Anme B. Join son, E lien J hn
Do* I lutcheson, Tiny
E. Bethel, Leon Bethel, Rem
Bethel, Bruce Johnson, Mi
1" -ti i in.'to-i. I haloguos I 'wn bv
three gu Is, and one b\ six girls".
Hoop DrillBy sixteen girls.
I.snins (iod bless our Native
I and'' By the school.
God save the King.
WALL-STREET AGENT IX
TREASURY.
The new S of the
i p.. in ., Mi. Mi Ad .0. disc
cd last week thai a repr* seiita-
of the National City B
ol New 'i ork fas for eight or
ten years had desk room in the
ol the Comptroller of the
Cum n v. at the Treasury De-
partment in Washington.
This private employee in a
public office was able to
his hank ins .1" information of
ling '"' "i lb- 1
my I)epaitne nt.
Mr. Mc \doo ordered the bank
employe ousted, declaring the
whole arrangement to be "ir-
regular and improper."
That sn h an arrang* 1
existed al all, seems to show-
that intimate relations h ive ex
isted foi ast, between the
Treasury and Wall Sti et.
lias the millionaire found
happiness ? Li.-it all dep
up m the millionaire.' said
Baron H iri 1 K' ith lild to a
"Daily News" representative
during a I of "Croesus"
at the 1 iai 1 ick Theatri j ester-
d iy. The Baron has written
many plays, one of which ran
1 16 nights m Paris, but his |a1 -
est work, "Croesus," lie regards
as his besl effort.
"I have written this play," he
sod, "to show what are the
things that m mej c inn I buy,
how it is that rich men
have thru pecu a .'1
linst fat<. I
it stated the ol lei day bj
Mi. Rockefeller and Mr. Came
gie that they were perfectly
happy.] am not. Whj Because
for oni- tlunj, I am not matt rial-
iStic. I know the world that
li"s outside my orld, and I seek
to understand it and sj mpathise
with it through heart and brain
"The i ich man is prone to set
himself upon a pinnacle to sit
on a ol ( Hympus as a
supei m,in who is above, and
has nothing to d i with, his f.-l
lows, I lie finds h,i i
s in that way But then
other i ich men wh seek 1
sj nip u '., and all the attributes
. and in 'Croesus' I
e s tught to interpret thi m
Bali igicglly t< i show how
lhe\ cm find their happim
CABLEGRAMS
June 17th iqij.
London, 15 -British cabinet
ministers were to-day al Ive I
by the pai liam intarj 1 immittee
... all blame in conn* lion
win. the scandals alleged to
have surrounded the 1 ontra
between the British government
and the M noun WirelessC m
pany.
The reports assert that there
is no foundation for any ol
the charges made against Sii
Rufus Isaacs., David Llyod
G rge or Postmaster General
Samuel.
The report further says tin
n 1 evidence was given si, iwi 1
that any member of the Britj>
government exercized any i*
fluence in order to procure the
cotitmcl lot the Marconi Com
panv.
The'reporl in conclusion strong
|y condemns Ihe publication^
Charges which were absolute!*.
untrue and winch those respon
sible for their cin illation had n
reason to believe to be true.
London, 15 The Royal As
tronomical Society to day gave
a welcome to Prof' Pi ring
and other American astrono
s who are now visiting Eng-
land.
London, 15.Judge Moore of
Ne v V irk to da\ '00k I
pi ize m the private in the pri
1 aCS, and A If nd
Vandeibilt first prize in the
load roach class in the coach-
ing marathon from Hyde Park
corner to Richmond, run in con
tion with the Richmond
Horse Show.
London, 15. Two big prices
were reached at Christies to-day
in the course pictures belonging to various
owners. Hobbemas "Wooded
Landscape" brought $78.75"
The Duveens pa d f 206,850
for Romney's "Portrait of Anne,
Ladv Dela Pole."
Leeds, 1 -,. Su Edward Car-
son, the leading spii it in the
fight against home rule for Ire-
land, was sti uc on the held by
.1 n issile thrown by some un-
known p vas pro-
ing to the town Hall to-
night.
A procession which was form-
ed on his arrival met with consi-
derable obstruction and resulted
in disorders. The Unionists
leadei was not seriously injured.
Halifax, 13.Canada's navy
on the Atlantic is to be disban-
Orders were received hers
to-da) to dismantle the crui
"Niobe." VII the Canadian re-
1 ruits have b* en given their dis-
charge and the British officers,
.win is and reservi will re-
turn t" England next month.
Washington, 15. -The trans
fer to the non and steel i.tw
materials was approved to-day
by the Senate finance commit-
s
'',


- >r
t
T n ii T U 1 b U N E
?r
t-> oveicome in later life. Natur- \ THE
ally in ynutli, the body and mind Narsau Bargain House.
are far more susceptible to evil in-
"l nny kind than in adult
ile, nod the habitual use, even in
small quantities, of any narcotic
poison, whether alcohol, tobacco,
r>r opium, does far more damage
than in later life. Both alcohol
and tohacco are druRS which stunt
the growth ()f ihc growing 1. .
dwarf his intellect, demoralize his
morals, and m ir Ins p lysical nent-
al, and moral powers for life.
Youth is the best time in which
to form gocd habits, and the conn-
Sel of Sol.anon to "train up a child
in the way he should go" i* pniti.
cularly sound advice with icgard
to the formation of habits in youth.
The hoy u ho shuns tobacco and
alcohol mi his teens is far less likeB
to Require these habits for n ben
he arrives at y< ais nl rlist ret ion, he
will understand bettor the terrible
evils m huh alv .1 \ ~ p,<. im
them.
.WOllt All TEMPTATN >NS
No one cm lake too 1," eat care
to avoid all fonn- ol temptation
that would lead to the use <>< in-
toxicating drinks, 'Mil- is ;i car
when the counsel to "touch not ;
lasle not ; handle not," is in order.
We think that medical men and |
women should hi' particularly c
ful J.vten prescribing medicines,
t avoid as far as possible anything
which contains alcohol, Sonn
persons are more susceptible lo III
influence of narcotic diuj;s than
others, and it is a fact that many
medicines contain ;i large pei cent
age of alcohol, and aie consequent-
ly not s.ife, even as medicines, in
I her.is.> of ih se who are especial-
ty susceptible, We Hre glad lo
know ih it yeai by year doctors an
giving liss aii ohol, not only in iheir
pi it He practise, but also in die
hospitals. Lbe liquor bill of the
leading hn$itals of London is
steadily diminishing jear bv year,
and 11! ihe same tune the milk bill
is rising, and this \$ ;is u should be.
Everything possible nughl to be
done to prevent the fonnation of
the dunk habit, the evil* of which
in demoralizing life, opening tlio
door to disease, bringing bank-
Hi
en receiving by last u eks
steamer
A verv larqe and varied assortment
of Goodl f< A LARGE variety of Ladies
and children's trimmed and
untrimmed Hats.*
A beautiful lot of Fancy Hair
Ribbons, Large Roses and Wreaths
Brocaded and plain Velvets, black
and coloui 11,
\ quantity Furniture in Bureaux
Tables, Dining Chans, Mattrasses
Ac,
One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a
ter and new.
A quantity China and White
Stone 1 h ina Em thenw ire.
Market Baskets, Brnrnns, Tnlcuni
Powrter, Enameled Ware &c.
* I me Lot Diess Goods in Lin.
ene*, Linett. -., Muslins, &< .
1 pieres Sanitary Diapei,
'a p'a m colours and fancy
it 6d, onil o/l. |> lir.
NOTICE,
I ling formerly occupied
! y myself for Rent from the ifjth
at,
Apply to
\ F. MOORE.
June loth, 1913
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE AND STOUT.
A delicious l)rink brewed fiom
Hops Containing all the tonic
value of ale and Stout but with-
out tie afier effect*, price 6d.
bail.-. 51 do*.
LIMK Cll \\IPAGNE.
Pints 7A.I. Quarts lod.
SPARKLING VAI.KNTO WINE.
Pints 7J.I Pei do", 6a.
GINGER ALK Pints id. Per doz S~.
SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
c \^i:s.
soil) \ l BLACK'S
\T 711 would 1 form all who appreciate a Good Sn >ke that we now
VV have on h^nd an extensive Stock of 11 \V \\ \ CIGARS. We
guarantee bur brand to be made of 1 he finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana killers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by --killed workmen
and 'jreat pains are taken to produce an hi tide of BUD? ni quality.
The success we have met With m the pa 81 leads us Confidently to expact
the pationage of conuoiseuri
J. L. SAL'NDERS A Co.
I lav Street.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT n I. A C K'S
222 Bav-Str
and THE N \SSAU CANDY
Kill HEN.
I I UNTLEY & PALMERS
1 I NEW Good I uck Biscuits
Loose and in half pound packets
at |s, y\ 1 er lb.
Hun I ley & Palme's Petit I',.
M.n ie and I Coronation, in hall
pound |1Ai ki Is,
CRAW FORD'S Butter Puffi in 1
II packets at ,|d.
"L'fil 11" and Pull Creams
at is. 6d, per lb.
Currant Puffs at i/j il>.
UPTON'S COCOA.
2 ox.
fid.
ruptcy and failure, breaking up I ....... .. "\[\ '{. %. ,
jiomes, and seeding men and wo. "" N w
ien lo the asylun., or even lo a
e
uicide's L'rave, or lo some other
errible crime, can never be esti
Tinted. Let us bear in mind that I
lbe ciaving for alcohol, as well as
lor lob: ceo or for opium, NKM1 be
?imes a chronic disease, which is
Uvny* nn.st obstinate to deal
nil, and ir. many c.ises, unfortu.
palely, is quite incurable; and
at the only safe and sure remedy
prevention.
Wanted
'WO CIGAR MAKERS "
Apply to '
L p.'swns CO.
II.
KI I'CHEV.
I'd. At. K. Ag-nl.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STORE
OCR 'Royal" Household
Biand Flour selling at 2d
pence per lb. anil JOS, per bus of
iq6 lbs.
"Ooldn Star Flout 2 lbs for 3I1I,
and "Laurel Brand" Flouf" 2 lbs
for ,Jd.
Leuteunial Flour per ba 2s.
Po.'s Feel in V.....a ' al 7.1 pei Ih,
Bnw n Sugar al 2|d. pei *t < hit
rii m liile and < I...... I'-'-t in town
Sellinu .it 4 All our tiiocci 11 s ,,ie fresh and
u eil quiliiv ami cheap,
Pure Jan.1.C 1 Rum al IOS, p.V
Six I Ion.
AMFS L. SAL'NDERS .* Co.
\.ss;, \. P.
I! ihamaa,
\pril 15th IQM.
W. A. MATHER.
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to 1 form Ins friends
. nd ihe Pi blic that be has
jusi received a co plete outfit of
farililies for the 1. ismess of an un-
di rtaker, which | aces him in a
position to carry rut Funerals that
may be entrusted loins rue with
system and despatch; and res.net
fully solicits their patronage Get
ins Prices lust ."1 prove that tliey
in- ihe very lowest for firsi class
work.
ISfJ- Cutlery
a line assortment of :
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knives
Carving Sets in Cases,
and
SCIS>ORS.
for sale by
Chas. E. Albury.
USE OF
is
taKnjssELj/s
CONDCNSf0
MILK
Jxvffltot.fW

I '"fPAHED BV
FUSSELLCfC^
LEARN TO BE A
STENOGRAPHER
BOOKKEEPER
SALESMAN
FOR PARTICULAR* WRIT!
BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHOOt
EIGHTH MO ME. ST. LOUIS. MP
AMDITIONTAI.Ka
aiiiy at th now famous artlolta
bound In book f..rni
[inboard eov*rs--t4
!...' with an Inaplrlnc
monay-maklng auc : >a-
tlon on aarh par*.
Mallad praoald. too.
UU.I.M. PaMlihla* C*
. lih and Plaa Sta.,
m. Louis. Mo.
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