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rn \r,v a London, 18. —The Parish church at Rowlej Regis, near Pud lev mi destroyed by fir*I night with a lev-; ol .?3' ',''00. I he fjic is attributed to suffragsttes. London, 18.—Chancellor Lloyd George, in a magazine article predicts the advent I votes for women householders and the wives of electors as soon as the militant suffragettes "Recover their senses." Washington, 18.—The food and drugs act was made to apply to meats and meat products today by a sweeping decision t i levokeja ri lation put in Foice in i • %  b) President Ri>••< volt. This is one ol the most import art steps taken since the passage of. the food and drug act to protCI t the public from bad food products. /-\:md London, 18.—For the fust time in many years British cabinet ministers were compelled to-day t deferid their personal honesty before .parliame t, The attorney general, Sir Rulus Isaacs the cham ellor nf the exchequer; David Lloyd < Jeot.;••. es theirdealings in American Mai shares on the ii ior r.f the bouse and tiip >' 1HE i \*KS. g i|h \ I I'd. UK'S Ray St. •'""' IHK NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. II s. I'd W K, Ag nt. RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT B LACKS iaa Bay-Sti and THE NASSAU CANDY KIT( HEN. H UNTLEY A I'M MERS NEW I d Luck Biw u 1 Loose and in hall pound pa< kets ,1 %  ei lb. Huntle) & Palmers Petit Beurre, Marie ind Coronation, in hall und pa. I' I CRAWF< IRD'S Bt Itei Puns in |h. packi "I'flllit" and Pofl at is. 6d, pel lb. „ Currant Puffs ai 1 | b. LIPION'S COCOA. J lb. tms is. 1 01 .. 'I THF. SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROY At. SfORK O l R "Royal" mm %  ,i 1 lo'ui selling al 1 |b. and jos. per bag ol r 196 , . '•Golden Star Flour a lbs f %  r %  I. „nd "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 1 .-1 fot W. Q I entennial Flout per b pig* Feet in Vinegm at j6. pet lb. Brown Sug 11 at i\ I. per lb Oui rice white and rlenn, best in town selling at .id. pet quart. All oui I irocei i< 1 f"'-' 1 "" quality and Pure lamaica Rum it gallon. „ VMFS L. SAUNDERS & Co. \,ss.M, N. P. H id am is, \pril 15th 1 l W. A. MATHER. UNDIi R l \Kl R D ESIRES to inform h nn d the Publii thai 1 e has just received a 1 omplete outfit ol ities foi the business ol an unwhich places him in a position to carry out Funeials that may be entrusted t 1 his care with n nn I despati Ii ; and re| noliciti theii patron nn Prices (ml ind prove that [Ol Ulsl .'I..SS work. ISfJCutlery .1 ime assortment ol 1 RAZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Km Bread Knieea, Carving Sets In Cats* and SCISSORS. for sale bv Chas. E Albury FUSSEL^ CONORS to M IL# nc p I II 'RlPARtD BV .-If* t FUSS ELL fcgfe The exhibition Numherof'Th* Slrombus" will bo published In' July. the copies for the ExhlMjj tlon will leve Nassau on ihi IsJ Ausnst. All advertisements lor lhl number should be sent In bv lhJ end of ihis present month. \ or 1 C R. r T*HIS is 10 inform my P itmiW J .,,,,! the P bin: in I leneral that I have %  my '' Ilia, k Smith Simp; and sun to do anything in the I. in new v\oi I. I h %  '• ~l, Spe 1 illy, 'ill "oik ilotie Mi 1 hanicallv, p. A. riuvii >, 453 Raj Stre t. last (Wharf) Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 & 10 Mark.'t St. on Monday June 9 ; WITH A PINE Li! 1 f* Lwut \ DRHSS GOODS, PWINTS, DR GENTS SHIRTS, I NDER WAISTS' Gall Early said See New StecK WILLIAMS' SIDh.S ARE BETTER.



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%  Sullivi nddiclus )vn.\ir in veibtt ma,i',istri. Being bound lo swear 10 the Do|ma* of no Mcster. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Balmnm., Friday June 20. I'm No. 172 0) 0 7) x #• s .i.i. DUPI en. |i PlOPI ii MAUKRT STR1 B1 V P., bAM I r\ .i r I PUBLISHED DAILY. M mday, Vsduetday anil Friday . J'l. In' i turda) ;|e cops %  • %  id "Vec.u ... .. 4}d I I V ,' I tflv irlv Yearly P XV V!'.| .1IN ADVA' Advi ee pel I ilia : Imp I --III line I %  The M %  rrn'''l f. I'amp n 11 i yesterday i i i I on* pis' i Nassau rd Zum. and 68 in u .u-.t l. F. Priti hard an I child, Mr. and Ms. w I nvillv. Mr. and M -. Jiillll I. I'll I.ci Mrs-,i.. L'npi. C, Hi mVII, I I.i !• 'III I >, M 1*4 mil' I. o. IVitrome, II. L. W lenck, H. i'. Strong*-, I Unas i I irkin, an I i R, Lewis ; Masteis |. \. !'. Brown and C H I.l Irown. 3 Misses | en nit I [va \. Wilson, I .nuisn I ). Minnie i Glinton, Mm j \ \, M mnif B 'fl u is, |ane k I ergu on, Ravinin Bain, and Justin*. A Colebi mil Mesd i les I tliemie A. Taylor, Rosalie M. ie, I iii iI inker. Margaret I owe ;mei formed the dul II*-= "I .i searctt w arrant is i issioner. I certainly agree with what he ul it HS I am an nnner <>f of the housi s tl and I know that all he said is the truth. :' %  of the i 7th day 1 I Ma) aboul half p 1st two I aw iker.ed by a knocking al ray %  ii up and opened the %  I who was of the men on th mi I want 1 • 1 me in I the (I in, the Pol i< eman from (Jeori i %  and the l'> ir l< %  ton came in iind the P lll.it lie: %  I I i usl nol 1 % %  1 • %  ||M|I, 1 Mill tn III explain what aaused him So ni t in uniform %  %  'i him n ire I Id not have known who he was; lv J* 11 I 1T11' • II' was noi well at the lime nol it. I Ie < !|| | not ive made his search in every possible •• in her bedroom iind site was .ii'lv in her night clothes. I tell Vnu Sir, if I was not .1 111 in who 1 c some 1 espee; for Uia la w I ,ni.1 h.i Ii him ans hi* 1111 >., viour. I I'll me Sir, who rji 1 \ .HI th ml. wou up ith bavioui i" ln w fi %  know tint certainly not, house and I had to suffei tlie in I w mi!,I I'ke you 'i e in authority to lei me know how much lii]imi tin' owner "In I it all in keep in his house in ess, ai l know in this 1 0 had to finjt far ha vn lv >use less 1 in one u-iri id a ha f, now I h >wer lo this before long. '1 irs I uflerer, J. J. NIXON, We know of no law th it limi s the amount ol liq 101 %  < i era n kee| %  in his h use a n w.know of nothing Hi it woi 1 l\ sii h in in %  parl ol tin* Police, if what is stated in joim,,' is absolutely a 1 C VB1 EGR 1 Juni Londoi nf pi I vans, w ho ••• tion to die, anil M.fs Woods, a win of Captain l ites, were i>re• "nt at A 1 % %  ep' n 11" 'o ln* officers and rew ilie S tl I M lition's 11 the Lord Mayor ol \. ardifl Commandei !• v ins, re ilying to a h "f welcome, said the re 1 the ofheen lena N <1il not return the che< h they were greete 1 was 'ha*, they on ibleen aboard L< -, itl and Mrs. VVilsan I,,. -It i stated tonight thai 1 he Mrs. I' inkhursl is very criti Six nf 'he most prominenl lea I rs of the. militant %  found guilty -it the centril criminal couri ol conspiracy to commit malicious damage to pro|i rty. Mr, Justice Phillimore passed sentences if imprisonment ranging from six to twenty one months, all the prisoners being committed to the third division, hich eui H h lltl labour. ne nf ll and (he nmlinued scarcity • •' iny, the 1 Mitnmerce has protest • -iie fuither fl 1 ions "f foreign loans m the %  iket. Etampes, 18. Sappy I> %  '•• > •A inle making a flighi


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Sullivi nddiclus )vn.\ir in veibtt ma,i',istri.
Being bound lo swear 10 the Do|ma* of no Mcster.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Balmnm., Friday June 20. I'm
No. 172
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.i.i. DUPI en.
, |i PlOPI
ii MAUKRT STR1 B1
. V P., bAM I
r\ .i r I
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M mday, Vsduetday anil Friday
. J'l.
In' i turda)
;|e cops id
"Vec.u ... .. 4}d
' I I V
,' I tflv
irlv
Yearly
P XV V!'.| .1- IN ADVA'
Advi ee pel I ilia
: Imp
I --III
line I

The M
rrn'''l f...... I'amp n 11 i
yesterday i i i I on* pis-
' i Nassau rd Zum-
. and 68 in u .u-.t l Vork.
j
'I he Mil Stea met
' lhis afler-
......i with i

Misses Ann.i M Bro vn, \l......
I'. H i i.l laisv \. Si in run, I li H-
l 11** \. Sitiilh, in
lor; Sisie.s C
p i hi;,. rty ;
invs i). I Piitchard, Mar-
.1. Brown, Bertha C Pearce,
\ Ratlniv, and Margaret
\V. Slnmans; Mi. and Mm I >. F.
Priti hard an I child, Mr. and Ms.
w I nvillv. Mr. and M -.
Jiillll I. I'll I.ci Mrs-,i.. L'npi. C,
Hi mVII, I I.i ! 'III I >, M 1*4 mil' I.
o. IVitrome, II. L. W.....lenck, H.
i'. Strong*-, I Unas i I irkin, an I
i R, Lewis; Masteis |.
\. !'. Brown and C H I.l Irown.
3
Misses | en nit I [va \.
Wilson, I .nuisn I ). Minnie
i Glinton, Mm j \
\, M mnif B 'fl u is, |ane k.
I ergu on, Ravinin Bain, and Jus-
tin*. A Colebi mil Mesd i les I
tliemie A. Taylor, Rosalie M.
ie, I iii i- I inker. Margaret
I owe ;m Messrs. El iston M. Rahming, l'i
ter} Minn is, Grenville Hudson,
i. i Roberts, iol n N. R
Ir., Alfn and Charles M.
Petei ; Masti i Kenneth M< Kin-
nej
ns,
|une i i
I he Editoi I lie 11 ibupe.
Sir,
In your edition l I I
notice a letter signed "AS inerer."
dr.11ing wiih the subjict ol hiiw
lain constables i>ei formed the
dul ii*-= "I .i searctt w arrant is
i issioner.
I certainly agree with what he
ul it hs I am an nnner <>f
- of the housi s tl
and I know that all he said is the
truth.
. :' of the i 7th day
1 I Ma) aboul half p 1st two I
aw iker.ed by a knocking al ray
ii up and opened the
I who was
of the men on th
mi I want 1 1 me in
I
the (I in, the Pol i< eman from
(Jeori i and the l'> ir l<
. ton came in iind the P
lll.it lie: "
I I i usl nol 1 1
||M|I, 1 Mill tn III
explain what aaused him So
. ni t in uniform
'i him n ire I
Id not have known who he
was; lv j* 11
.
I 1T11' II'
was noi well at the lime
nol it. I Ie ive
made his search in every possible
in her bedroom iind site was
.ii'lv in her night clothes. I tell
Vnu Sir, if I was not .1 111 in who
1 c some 1 espee; for Uia la w I
,ni.1 h.i Ii him ans
hi* 111-1 >., viour. I I'll me Sir, who
rji 1 \ .hi th ml. wou up ith
bavioui i" ln w fi !
know tint certainly
not,
house and I had to suffei tlie in
I w mi!,I I'ke you 'i e in
authority to lei me know how
much lii]imi tin' owner "In I
it all in keep in his house in
ess, ai l know
in this 1 0 had to
finjt far ha vn
lv >use less 1 in one u-iri id a
ha f, now I h >wer
lo this before long.
'1 irs I uflerer,
J. J. NIXON,
We know of no law th it limi s
the amount ol liq 101 < i era n
kee| in his h use a n w.-
know of nothing Hi it woi 1
l\ sii h in in parl ol tin*
Police, if what is stated in
joim,,' is absolutely a 1
C VB1 EGR 1
Juni
Londoi
nf pi I vans, w ho -
tion to die, anil M.fs Woods, a
win of Captain l ites, were i>re-
"nt at a 1 ep' n 11" 'o ln* of-
ficers and rew
ilie S tl I m lition's 11
the Lord Mayor ol \. ardifl
Commandei ! v ins, re ilying to a
- h "f welcome, said the re 1
the ofheen lena N
<1il not return the che<
h they were greete
1 was 'ha*, they on ible-
en aboard L< -, itl and Mrs.
VVilsan
I,,. -It i stated tonight
thai 1 he Mrs. I' ink-
hursl is very criti
Six nf 'he most prominenl lea I
. rs of the. militant
found guilty -it the centril
criminal couri ol conspiracy to
commit malicious damage to pro-
|i rty.
Mr, Justice Phillimore passed
sentences if imprisonment ranging
from six to twenty one months, all
the prisoners being committed to
the third division, hich eui h
h lltl labour.
ne
nf ll
and (he nmlinued scarcity '
iny, the 1 Mi-
tnmerce has
protest -iie fuither fl
1 ions "f foreign loans m the
iket.
Etampes, 18. Sappy I> ' *
>
a inle making a flighi


rn \r,v
a London, 18.The Parish church
at Rowlej Regis, near Pud lev mi
destroyed by fir*- I night with a
lev-; ol .?3' ',''00.
I he fjic is attributed to suffra-
gsttes.
London, 18.Chancellor Lloyd
George, in a magazine article pre-
dicts the advent I votes for wo-
men householders and the wives of
electors as soon as the militant
suffragettes "Recover their senses."
Washington, 18.The food and
drugs act was made to apply to
meats and meat products today by
a sweeping decision t i levokeja
ri lation put in Foice in i b)
President Ri>< volt.
This is one ol the most import
art steps taken since the passage
of. the food and drug act to protCI t
the public from bad food products.
/-\:md
London, 18.For the fust time
in many years British cabinet
ministers were compelled to-day t
deferid their personal honesty be-
fore .parliame t,
The attorney general, Sir Rulus
Isaacs the cham ellor nf the exche-
quer; David Lloyd < Jeot.;. es
theirdealings in American Mai
shares on the ii ior r.f the bouse
and tiip ir, which theil enemies Ii id at-
temple I to magnify into a scandal,
rivalling the Panama debacle,
tense and; dramatic.
The two mi I I I that
they ted thoughth i
mistakenly, although without dis-
honest intention.
The resolution introduced by
George Cave, Unionist, in behall
I of the opposition, which brought
l about the debate, went no further
I than to express the rearet of the
IhdtseVat the transact inns of the
C ministers and the lack of frankness
Idieplayed towards the house.
-mi-
Narsau Bargain House.
Have been receiving by last weeks
sir irner
rv lorgt and varUd assortment
. >> RGE variety of Ladies
chil Iren'l trimmed and
untrimmed Hats,
A beautiful lot ol Fancy Mur
Ribbon*, LargeRoses ind "A re iths
Rrocaded and plain Velvets, black
and coloured.
.\ nU ,ni ty Furniture in Bureaux
& ibles, Dining Ch iirs, Mattrasse
1
One very fil Bicycle, a
A quantity China and nhite
Stone i hma Earthenware,
Market Baskets, Brooms.Talcum
Powder, Enameled Ware &c.
.4 Fine Lot Dress Goods in Lin-
ene--, Linettes, Muslins, Ac.
10 yard pieces Sanitary Diaper,
Children's p'ain colours and fancy
1 isle Socks at 6d. on i ad. p iir.
NO'I ICE.
The dwelling formerly rv i
l v n yself ' i Rent frorrl the i6th
inst int.
Applv to
A. F. Ml i RE.
June icth, 1113
W,-"-;;:i\;:^r;;;x-,;::;;:.;:An^:::,:,^,l........
"1P I I L SA1 XIt RS X i
'' |',.,v Street.
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
E AVERAGES.
T
Wanted
WO CIGAR MAKERS
Applv In
I, P. SANDS
Rag"time Piano
Playing-
^OSITIVI LY tai
ion ii io to i Ii soi
iranteed, Call or wril
free Rooklet.
SVAI I. I WEIR.
Dillett street,
a- i .. -
A CONCERT.
^NTITI ED i HE Will 'I 1
*2t BAND IF I'll GRIM9, will
given in Bethel Baptist Church.
|v the Choirs ol Bethel and St.
hui's. FoxSHall, on Tuesday 24th
In.. 1913.
Admission Reserved Seats is.
'. 16d
M.I. AND STOUT.
\ del | u Drink brewed from
Hops 1 nnisiin na all the tonic
v,,l,.. md Mout but with-
out the after effects, price 6d.
bottle. S- ,|"/-
LIVil. CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7ld. Quarts :
SPARKLING VALF.NTO WINE
I',,,-- 7W Pei di 1
GINGER VI I &G1NGI RBI I R
I'mts 6d. !' dm
I IAL PRK I ^ ''>' 1HE
i \*KS.
g i|h \ I I'd. UK'S
Ray St. '""'
IHK NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II s. I'd W K, Ag nt.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT B LACKS
iaa Bay-Sti
and THE NASSAU CANDY
KIT( HEN.
HUNTLEY A I'M MERS
NEW I.....d Luck Biw u 1
Loose and in hall pound pa< kets
,1 ei lb.
Huntle) & Palmers Petit Beurre,
Marie ind Coronation, in hall
und pa. I' I
CRAWF< IRD'S Bt Itei Puns in ,
|h. packi '
"I'flllit" and Pofl
at is. 6d, pel lb.
Currant Puffs ai 1 | b.
LIPION'S COCOA.
J lb. tms is.
1 01 .. 'I
THF. SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROY At. SfORK
Ol R "Royal" mm
. ,i 1 lo'ui selling al
1 |b. and jos. per bag ol r
196 .
'Golden Star Flour a lbs f r I.
nd "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 1 .-1
fot W. Q
I entennial Flout per b
pig* Feet in Vinegm at j6. pet lb.
Brown Sug 11 at i\ I. per lb Oui
rice white and rlenn, best in town
selling at .id. pet quart.
All oui I irocei i< 1..... f"'-'1 ""
quality and
Pure lamaica Rum it
gallon. .
VMFS L. SAUNDERS & Co.
\,ss.M, N. P.
H id am is,
\pril 15th 1 l
W. A. MATHER.
UNDIi R l \Kl R
DESIRES to inform h
nnd the Publii thai 1 e has
just received a 1 omplete outfit ol
ities foi the business ol an un-
which places him in a
position to carry out Funeials that
may be entrusted t 1 his care with
n nn I despati Ii ; and re|
. noliciti theii patron
nn Prices (ml ind prove that !
[Ol Ulsl .'I..SS
work.
ISfJ- Cutlery
.1 ime assortment ol 1
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Butcher Km
Bread Knieea,
Carving Sets In Cats*
and
SCISSORS.
for sale bv
Chas. E Albury
FUSSEL^
CONORS to
M IL#
nc p

III 'RlPARtD BV .-If*
t FUSS ELL fcgfe
The exhibition Numherof'Th*
Slrombus" will bo published In'
July. the copies for the ExhlMjj
tlon will leve Nassau on ihi IsJ
Ausnst.
All advertisements lor lhl
number should be sent In bv lhJ
end of ihis present month.
\ or 1 C R.
rT*HIS is 10 inform my P itmiW
J .,,,,! the P bin: in I leneral
that I have my ''
Ilia, k Smith Simp; and sun
to do anything in the I.
, in new v\oi I. I h ''
~l, Spe 1 illy, 'ill "oik ilotie
Mi 1 hanicallv, .
p. a. riuvii >,
453 Raj Stre t. last (Wharf)
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Mark.'t
St. on Monday June 9
;. With a PINE Li! 1 f* Lwut
\ Drhss Goods, Pwints, Dr
! Gents Shirts, I nder Waists'
Gall Early said See New StecK
WILLIAMS'
SIDh.S
ARE BETTER.


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