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1 T H £ r R I Bi3 N £ **aj* Zbc JLxibunc Thursday. Juno 26. 1913. Tlie following, "Message from His Excellency the Governor to the Speaker and Members of tlitf Honourable.the House <>f Assembly" is of more than otdinary interest, as the case of which it is the outcome evoked a great deal of interest here, Robert Sawyer being a native of this island. The correspondence submitted by 111Excellency the Gov ernoi in connection with the subject furnishes very interesting reading and food fol reflection. "The Governor lias the honour to transmit to the Honourable the House copies of correspondence on the case of one Robert Sawyer, a native of the Bahamas, who was tried by the Courts of Carolina on a charge of murder, and sentenced to death this sentence being later commuted to imprisonment for life. "A petition signed by a large number of influential inhabitants of Nassau, and sent through 'he President of the Bahamas Friendlv Society, was received by Sir William GreyWilson, but 11is Majesty's Government did not consider that there was sufficient ground to justify their taking any action in the matter. "Mr. H. IV Warner an Eng lishrflan residing in New York, interested himself in the case, and undoubtedly owing to his exertions and personal expense in conducting an investigation on behalf of the prisoner, he succeeded after great difficulty in bringing the case before the Pardon Ai lorne) ol the Depart ment of Justice, with the result that M the United States, commuted the life sentence, and Robert Saw\ • %  'i.i M free. • Mr. H. II. Warner, has not applied for anv recognition, the thanks of the Government have been COQVi yed to him, but the Governor is iure that the lion ourable House would not wish that Mr. Warner should be left to bear the cost of obtaining the paid'm of a native of this Colony when the case was pro perly one calling f>r official ai tion "The expenses incurred bv Mr. Warner as regards Robert Siwyer amounted to £197 18 4 and the Governor submits for the favourable consideration of the Honourable the House that Mr. Warner should be reimbursed this sum for his h unanitarian action on behalf of a native of this Colony." It would be matter for regret if our Legislature should fail to reimburse Mr. Warner for expenses incurred by him in de fence of a native of our Colony, 1 tally when the Government of St. Vincent is ready to do 'he same for one of its citiz< ns [Adams). As large as the amount may .ppear in the aggregate, it does not amount to one penny pet found necessary by the other gentlemen quoted above. We thought that every British subject might confidently expect that when his life was In dan ger that the British Government would see that he had a fantrial at least, we know of one instance in this Colony, where an American citizen was on trial for nurder the American Consul appeared in Court and watched 1 he caSC and demanded that one half the jury should Harbour Island, June I..'. 1')13 Dear Mr F.ditor : Please allow me ft little p in your pap'f : Our t iwn was full of life on Friday 6th inst. among the Church people, when the Lord Bishop's va lit was sighted in at Spanish Wells, but to our surprise she got ashore at Spanish Wells, we watched tosee when she would float but evening came on and she still remained hard and fast. Later on Dr. Johnson's motor boat came over from be ahem M I Spanish Wells, and reported that However all honour to Mr P ;(m] FRU £ n ,. mvne \\arnerandwe t-ut that JJ would not COOM over until the shall not be humilatedbj the Qn ^^ thought that the liberty ol subject of this colony was not worth £197. 18. 4 to it. yacht floated. On Saturday as the yacht still remained fast no preparation, was made for their I reception, hut we were all sur Fimn-A 0 ta rn,Mnt !" i ^^^^ < dou, t Point and come over in %  I s mail boa,, and no one knew out in the premises of Mr. Davis near Fort Kincastle. The kitchen was entirely destroyed. noou, for the Moselle Shoal shift its buoy. to The prevailing weather conditions are the finest. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" head of our population, nun it appears that the whole cosl to .',, ;i |, (lUl ., o'clock yesterday[tlemen Mr. Warner has been (roughly) rnorninir for a fire which broke]*1 C\ 180 ; so if th s Colony 1 St. Vim 1 nt (. ch pay 07 |S \Mr. Warner will still be £: (roughly) out. We sincerely! j. trust that this amount will be | The Lighthouse Tender "Carunhesitatingly paid, and more narvon"steamedyesterdayafter %  if necessary, s. i that our people may feel that wherever the\ go, they have a cou'ltry that values them. It is A humiliating discovery to find that it was at the sue gSStinn of our much belauded Sir Wm. Grev Wilson's opinion I that the petition should not be\ supported, that no action was taken in the matter by 11 is Majesty's Government. We also find that in the correspondence submitted with the Governor's Message reference made to Sawyer and his companion in distress by Ambassador Bryce as '•Adams and Sawyer"; Messrs. "Adams and Saw ver" ; Mams and Sawyer" : President 'l'aft, "Arthur Adams and Robert Sawyer, British sub ,," "Adams and Sawver"; L. Ilarcourt "AdamS and Saw er"; Acting Governor of St. t Justice, witii the result Iyer ; Acting r. Taft the President of I Vincent "Adams and Sawyer"; the Administrator of St. Vincent "Adams ami Sawyer." Sir W. Grey-Wil*on "Adam* of the Windward Islands and Sawyer of the Bahamas, two negroes," "Arthur Adams and Robert Sawyer, two negro British sub jrcts." It is painful to see men who might be otherwise great, truckling ; Pan any DOS sible good reason be shown win Governor Grey-Wilson should find it necessary In use a term ol opprobrium or depreciation with reference to the two luffi1 ientlv unfortunate men, not Mr John Drudge,' Principal Keeper, Hog Island Light has been .ranted one mouths va a tion leave. Mr. Samuel Drudge has been appointed Acting Princ Keeper Hog Island Light. Mr. Samuel L. B. Minns has been appointed Acting Assistant Keeper Hog Island Light. Mr RayKingsburj Moore has been appointed Second Assist ant Kngineer in the Elo trie Light Department. The Governor has nominated the. following Trustees of Public Libraries on the Out Island, vit : Green Turtle Cple t>wards the last Rector. At 4 o'clock the Bishop held a children's service at which lie cave a good address, and at 7 o'cln k the service was ;ondu< ted by f 1 • Browne, who preach) d the sermon, the Lessons being read by the Bishop.Thesermo 1 was well delivered, and pronounced to be one ol the beat ever deliveied in St. John's Church. Kr. Bn-wrie told us that we WOtll I soon have a new Priest, and want to say that we don't care l how soon he comes, as most ol I us me longing for High ServiMiss r ,. s an( j High Mass winch is the Inat'ibci. C. A. Sargent ltq;-J. D. AIiry Esq '• im-enior's lIuHhour, Eleutkera. Rev. Leonard Ldge, Rev. Herbur ( I 'ni'rr nard Langton. Tarbum hay, Eleuth.Yt J. J. VVatsdju ICnow.es Esq.1 W. II. Sands Esq. life of the Church. We are In ping that the next Priest will have Holy Water in the Church and that the Aspergrs will bctued. We want High Church, and we must bave it, and we will not b s.nisfiad until we have it. Yours A TRUE CHURCHMAN. 1



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jilt 1 U 1 C L N L T • EMPIRE D\Y AT PORT HOWE. Empire Day was celebrated, heie on the 26th of May past, -and an entertainment of unusu,al grandeur was given by the pupils of the public school in %  the schoolroom. Appropriate reI citations and dialogues wire iriR some fine specimens kee Sound District gave the refreshment. The people are realizing more than ever that in no part of the world they will fi id as great freedom and 111 ei lv R| in the British Empire, and we who are heirs of this great common heritage should consider how we may become better citizens and mi n worthy of the great privileges which we enjo\. LC. A\ INTERESTING DISCOVERY. With the unremitting search that antiquarians and antiqudi alera have kept up during re1 ent \ears it would seem that every possible cache of authentic old furniture has been disCovered and exhausted, and vet a cable despatch from London under date ol September 7 gives the following r< port of a veritable find in the official residence of London's Lord Mayor: •'Advantnu I has been taken of the hobd iy season to carry out an extensive scheme of improvements in the Mansion House, the official residence of the Lord Mavbr of London. In the course of alterations many pieces of valuable antique furniture have been found, includStories as to how they came to xed. "The UphoUterer." WHY DO MILLIONS of housewives use Sunlight Soap? Have you ever tried to ascertain? A piece of 5^ Sunlight Soap used in your next wash will explain to yon the reason. CAM! EGR \MYou will Gnd that Sunlight Soap used iii the wash saves your time, labour and money,and, what is more, saves your clothes. Try it in your next Wash, j I.KVEK BROTIIKB:. I IMITKD, roar SUNLIGHT KNOLAND, to daj by the Democrats hers ol the senate finance com mi t tee. June 36th 1 London, 24.—Sir Jonathan Hutchinson, the eminent sur Keon,died to day. London, 24.—To-ni-_-hts performance of "La Doheme* at Covent Garden was one of the biggest social and musii al events of the MMn. Meiba and Caruso, at the kings requeM, sang tO|fetliei for the firs', time in many years. The presence of the king and queen made the scent' a most brilliant one. London, 24.Tin' Duke of Sutherland is critically ill. L mdon, 24 —What is supposed to have been a militant suf fragette attempt to wreck an express train from London to Plymouth in n tunnel near De voftpurt, 's reported to-uay. Buffalo, New York 24.-l-"our men are known to bedrid sixty weie injured and four unaccounted for as the result of an explos on late lo-d iy in the elevator and gram Storehouse of the Hu>ted Milling Comp my. Washington, 24.— Radii al changes in the income lax plan of the Underwood Tariff Act and alteration of the administration features of the measure to overcome most of the objti lions raised by foreign countries, was agreed upon in a tentative way Hosy Lake, England, 24 I. H. raylor, four times bolder ol the British open golf championship, won it ag on here to day, with a scoic of 304 for the four 11 iunds. 1 ondon, 34.-Captain Scott's ship, the '11 rra Nova, is now \\ in; at Cardiff, si •' has beendivested of much of her contents. The natural I i-tory collections, whic 1 %  • %  ry extensive have been transferred to th Natural History Museum at South Kensington. £40 A MONTH Be Your Own Boss V R SU.I. A SMAI I q 1 i"''ty "' lb'U-e. hold Furniture at a ReasonHi IPrice. m ;-.\|i|.ly in 56 |W4ew*tl Street. 1 iMi I|I 01s bnjM I si of Deveaua S ret. FOR K'i;\r. P Rf'PI R I V rvt Hay Strrei two l.>rs p i| "f Victoi 1.1 A rea m \l... C OT I \<' %  !• DfiwdiKwell Si re ei quite near Virt< >ria \\ CHIC. \| I 'v to II. W I It.HTnOURN. June 33U1 Ho The fihilii'im Number of "The Slrnmbua" will bo published In July, s the ropic lor ihe r ihibl tlon will leave Nimsnu or, (he Ut Augusi. All advertisement! lor tht number should be ,enl in by the end of this present month. If m are m n k I lu! IrM tban £ lu • week you MllOUld write iu to-ciay. We ran help you 10 wriillli and llidi-l*' ndrnco liy our plan. You oan work when *OU please, where ran plenao. alwaYH _. Jiuvo money unu rein monof It. HOW noun von LIKE ui mart out from borne on a corol|ieii to %  Fleet, and clean up 11 above operating rap; 1.=.* each an; .very'dy. My propoatt: VCOMILHfXI. NK r.iMlils-.M r >N 1 IMKRA, wltb M.h ynuran %  1 develop aU entirely d %  ty-lc* iif pieiurei % %  in"... _._. v f fllnti or take andiaruol rite* rtt "itireiy eWtrcut itylc* of tilrtiina inelurllnii liutuma. 1 out t'ardfi. and four elyie-i of Tintype I1cturea._,Every nl.it. U Ur.. I'M" 'I vtftmul ihO 11*1-' negative!, and l ready to deliver to >'" """ ,om.r In leta than a mln.it.nltar "''">> RJ •apoavr*. Tbta REMARKABLE gJVMjTION takra 100 plet urea an 1 -a-i %  "*a n> f\\c 1 aale you make ndvi-rtlau your bual. MM and make* more aalea for you. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED Pimple Inntrwilnn* acrompany carli Outfit and you aaa henin to raaka moiu-y In nluien minute* attar the outm reach.* you. pjunmi — A tvtnin Invi-Hlinent will Bet thU vVONtlKRTVl. orTFIT tor you and put you In a. poft'l-rn to mate £•'> n rear. you waul to l Wudepandtnt. and nton.lnt.-iy your own liia. WW."Jpg ami I -III ariid you by ''"*] %  "" ^XgXRl anon rennlim thU WHMII iin'i. IMtoponiTMV. Inclu.lli. letter. oHerlnii 1"Itlvy P< !" P from every iwrt ol iho world. .RPJv'JBJHJ' ANSUIIt ulllANSOI SI EMENT TO-DAT. L 1—llTTT atf..M7 %  43e II..B.,t. 061 lt.Ttrk.ll.IX V •FUSSELt* CONDtNS E M I LK JU 1 g. Bi r_tRFLi 1 .' jutes' FussELLfy-V 1 L



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TT T II £ 1 R 1 B U N 1fined 8s. or 6 days, Mori isonIOS. jnu 3cost or io days and Boweri ^dismissed. 8 —Frank Robertsand Harold loompson (Boys)—Laiceny ..f 7 empty bottle, value 3>d goods and chattels of Ja.nei T. Farrington— Huberts gi ven f, strokes, Maria Thompson Hie mother of Harold I lionij)„ri was bound in her own ncog'ce in the sum of £1 the condition being :hat the said Harold Jhornpson will come up for sentence if called upon %  ,19—Alfred Morns alias Alfred ill— Mreacli Sponge and Turtle I'lsli-vics Aet1 months Jumble Sale At St. Andrew's Ha:i. THURSDAY 26th. USEFUL AND FANCY ARTICLES LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. THE Constabulary Band WILL PLAY DURING THE EVENINQ. 1 >oors open 7.30. Admission id. RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT DI.AC K'S 222 Ba -Street and THE NA SAU CANDY Kl I 1 I IN. H UNTLEY & PALMERS NEW Good Luck Biscuits Loose and in half pound packets at is. jd. prr lb. Huntley ft Palmers Petit Beurre, Marie and Coronation, in hall pound p.1, ketS. Cn \V\ Fl >K'I)S Butter Puffs lb. packets at 4 I, „ "Ufillit" and J'ufJ I 1 at i~. %  I. |"'i IK Currant Puffs at 1 3 lb, LlPt'ON'3 C<' 'A. J lb, tins a ox. ',. 6d, Bargain DAY Thursday & Friday June 26th and 27th. AT THE Narsau Bargain House. O NE Bureau (new) price £3 for Single and Double Mattrewer, £\ f'>r 16s. Fine Feath/r Pillows, 6s. an.! for 4s. and , Twn Infant Cribs, price £1 4-. ( >i Rolls Matting is. 3 I yard for is. Ten yard pieces Sanitary Diaper at 3s, >| I IVELY taught any person in IO to 20 lessons. ->.,ei, u lin li places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to Ins care w |th s\si,m and despatch; and revpcel fully solicits their patronage iet my [Prices first and prove ill.it tliey are the vary lowest for fiisi class work. $g? Cutlery a fine ass.111 ment of: R \/. IRS le Knives Pocket Knives IHitchar Knives Bread Knives L'arving Sets in Case*. and SCIS>ORS. for sale by Chas. E. Albury. 1



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Nullius addicttis |urro In verba magletli. Beinj; boiu\d lo swear to the Uojm&n of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. I'.. Bahamas. Thuri!v June 26, 1913 No. 179 LEON E. II. Dl ll (II. f.lllnll AND I' K I. P %  k I t. k OrPICK 3 i. MAUKKT STRUCT 111 N. P., I AH..MAS. lit Ik 11 PUHLIftHElJ D.\ll,\. M today, Vc.lnc.il.iv aid l r %  i 11 it v — liiiglecouy ..'. Id. riMSda) ,i la< and %  tiirilnv — 'IIIJ If fllpl ... ... .. Ill Wealth ... ... 4 i-l Moitiilv is.4.1 D 11 lei iv •lull Yn.lv Yeaov ... ... i'PAYARLK IN ADVA' I A-I'i'iUsing Rates; Sin pence IHM line f< %  %  Rrsi huerttnn j tnraa pence pei IUM >'<\ %  _< %  <-. 111 iM-'.nc'i. and our |.fni, lint l"i subtequeHl insertion*, Ai vert i aments under sight I in* IMMII The "Miami Herald." Surd IV. May 25. 1013 Ml \MI O >D IRKI) I'i ( >PI PAY -I'LI \l>ll> TRIMJ II(Vow in l< I Prof, C. 5 s 1 i son, formerly prim ipil "f ilie colored M'I I, lnuclii il tinbeans n( ins win n I.drt w ili'n ;.iiii.'.ion le tInf... 1 111.1t Mi. Flagler nM on* d[ tingreat abolitionists who had 1 'n i! in ii to In jug j bout their HI in |oii£iug in the ichonl • if Summer, Gari isi n RI 'I otIi II.. K minded them %  >( hit broad •pint in the mallei nl railroad aoromodat ions, until ad vein* Ivgulitlion lii.'iiL;iit aboul ii change. II** recalled 1 lie protection of npro firemen when UAtied Mate* detec. lives were employed hy \lr. Flagler, Attrniion w.. (Iratvi] 10 tint In tier lire.iiri'id.ili.>ns |ir.iviilcil in the steel cart set .atinrI f rth.-people of Ins 1 ice I In* incident relative t<> tin* antagonism of the labor unims, when Mr, I'laglerpreferred |o suspend win k mi Hi* hotel, was mentioned ;is H profcf %  •! his tpii 1* of broad-mindedness Inwards the colored people, lie finally rleplor. (il 11 if fact thai such men, 01 the n!il school "I all ilition, were dying out, one by one. Ret, I. I • Bro n paid %  glowing iribute lo the friendly feeling o( Mi. Flagei to hit race. Ho revealed fur the first tune that it was In answer to a rrquesi made personally by him, to Mr. Flakier, at St, Augustine, that lite first negro >-i! w 1 \ .'i allowed III olid of Ins palatial hostelries. Rev, Brown was then principal of tl.e Flmida Baptist Academy, in Jackson\i le. h r since tit n, many 1 liou >an Is of dollarhave been reaped from delighted northern guests, in nil the hotels of his system, in aid of theit educational work, He put his money where the poor ma.i could earn it. !t flowed like an evei bra idening stream down tlje 1 1st it, llis love of in;i 111.1101 w.is proverbial. He had absolute faith and conQdei ce in his 1 I attendants who ministered to hi* wants, even to the last. I'erso he was awafa thai often the great philanthropist had sent Ins money to lie banked by a faithful coin ed Steward, Last, but not least, if a I nu nber of negroes li nl been able to earn 'be wherewithal lo complete a collegiate or pmfessional ionise, it W is th inks t 1 t lie* inalterable decis on ol the di c %  isad I., have them given em,ih>> n enl s in Inmagnificent lnil< 1-. The negro m Miami and on the e 1st coast, is grateful to Mr I'I ig l.r. "The united choirs sang" \tttti 'ca, "The Comforter Has Come." and the quartette of Prof Toomey con. tribuled two excellent renda ii .;-, "Raise Me, Jesus in Thy I hroi %  •." and "Asbe,m Jesus." This interesting memorial m n ce as bo ught to a close by the *in of an appropriate plantation melody—those melodies which have done so much in winning sympathy foi the negro* rnc —"I Shall Wear a Siany Crown When I yel I I.ime," in which both conHI gallon an! choirs joined in mending roles of harn noy. The closing p>nyer Was off. red I I Ider N. If. Moms, and the benediction was piiiniuniced by Lev. I. II. 1 irnnt, of South Miami. The following resolutions had bi in submitted previously and un animously adopted i Whereas, in the death of II. M, Flagler, promoter of the East Const, the state hai I *t s man whose business tagai ity, benevolence and love for humanity hM been so broad and pronounced, that every citisen of %  lorida, and, iallv, of the east oasl f Florida, has felt the 1 Q cts of his life ; Iberefore, the coli 1 iti*>< nof Miami, in (fleeting a-led, on this day and hour when R s mil 11 sad service is be ins conducted ovei the remains of the di&lingttished dead, do take this method of expi essing nui regret at Ins death, and voice our appreciation of his magnificent ser* s to the state 1 id espe :iallj HS they affected 11 We desire to have it known that aon emplojer he was kind and I isl to hisservai ts an 1 generously indulgent with their faults. We .1 1 .rn I our -v :i, i 11 !l to ins bereaved wifaand relitiv.es who arc b iv l h 1 ne itl> 'lie! a i-ite nog 1 'I of an 111wise 1'iov idi'i R isoived, also, t ial a copy ol these resolutions be published in Mi.Miami Daily Herald, the Jacksonville Metropolis and another se it-to his w fe a id Unnly. Respectful I v submitted, J. I. BPOWN, S A. SAMPSON, I W. DRAKR, \ p I K ILLY, M.D. IN Till. MAGISTRA1 I'i COURT. .1""" 16—Sarah ThompsonBreach D.v License Ac-1) unissed. (ieo. Rahminc -Breach 11 License Act —2-. 6d Sarah Albury—Breach Dog License Act 2s. 6d. John Lightbourn Bieach Dog License Act-Bound in Ins own reco-Ve in £1 to appear for sentence if called upon. Henry Armbristei —Breach Caitle Act—6d. Rita Ash— Using language in street towards Bertha vYhymo.a tending to a breach nl the pe.ice — I hsiuiased, George Allen—Breach Sponge) and lurtle lislnnes Act —2 months imprisonment. t7 -Kdward SaundersBreach Dog License Act 1 • IHS-*d. Nathaniel Rahming-Breai h mans \c\ i or B <\.<\<-. Arthur Boggis, Barber Morrison, Win Bowers—A* lulling sn 1 beating VVm. Pin ler— Boggis (Continued on fourth pag ~1


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Nullius addicttis |urro In verba magletli.
Beinj; boiu\d lo swear to the Uojm&n of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. I'.. Bahamas. Thuri!v June 26, 1913
No. 179
LEON E. II. Dl ll (II.
f.lllnll AND I' K I. P k I t. k
OrPICK 3 i. MAUKKT STRUCT
111 N. P., I AH..MAS.
lit Ik 11
PUHLIftHElJ D.\ll,\.
M today, Vc.lnc.il.iv aid lr i 11 it v
liiiglecouy ..'. Id.
riMSda) ,i la< and tiirilnv
'IIIJ If fllpl ... ... .. Ill
Wealth ... ... 4i-l
Moitiilv ......is.4.1
D 11 lei iv ......
lull Yn.lv
Yeaov ... ... i'-
PAYARLK IN ADVA' I
A-I'i'iUsing Rates; Sin pence ihm line
f< Rrsi huerttnn j tnraa pence pei Ium
>'<\ _<<-. 111 iM-'.nc'i. and our |.fni,
lint l"i subtequeHl insertion*,
Ai vert i aments under sight I in*
Immii The "Miami Herald."
Surd iv. May 25. 1013
Ml \MI O >D IRKI) I'i ( >PI
PAY -I'LI \l>ll> TRIMJ II-
(Vow in l< I
Prof, C. 5s. 1 '.....i son, formerly
prim ipil "f ilie colored m'I.....I,
lnuclii il tin- beans n( ins
win n I.- drt w ili'n ;.iiii.'.ion le
tIn- f... 1 111.1t Mi. Flagler nM on*
d[ tin- great abolitionists who had
1 'n i! in ii to In jug j bout their
hi in |oiiiug in the ichonl
if Summer, Gari isi n ri 'I otIi
II.. k minded them >( hit broad
pint in the mallei nl railroad ao-
romodat ions, until ad vein* Ivgulit-
lion lii.'iiL;iit aboul ii change. II**
recalled 1 lie protection of npro
firemen when UAtied Mate* detec.
lives were employed hy \lr. Flag-
ler, Attrniion w.. (Iratvi] 10 tint
In tier lire.iiri'id.ili.>ns |ir.iviilcil in
the steel cart set .atinrI f rth.-peo-
ple of Ins 1 ice I In* incident rela-
tive t<> tin* antagonism of the labor
unims, when Mr, I'laglerpreferred
|o suspend win k mi Hi* hotel, was
mentioned ;is h profcf ! his tpii 1*
of broad-mindedness Inwards the
colored people, lie finally rleplor.
(il 11 if fact thai such men, 01 the
n!il school "I all ilition, were dying
out, one by one.
Ret, I. I Bro n paid glow-
ing iribute lo the friendly feeling
o( Mi. Flagei to hit race. Ho re-
vealed fur the first tune that it was
In answer to a rrquesi made per-
sonally by him, to Mr. Flakier, at
St, Augustine, that lite first negro
>-i! w 1 \ .'i allowed III olid of
Ins palatial hostelries. Rev, Brown
was then principal of tl.e Flmida
Baptist Academy, in Jackson\i le.
h r since tit n, many 1 liou >an Is
of dollar- have been reaped from
delighted northern guests, in nil
the hotels of his system, in aid of
theit educational work, He put his
money where the poor ma.i could
earn it. !t flowed like an evei
bra idening stream down tlje 1 1st
it, llis love of in;i 111.1101 w.is
proverbial. He had absolute faith
and conQdei ce in his 1 I at-
tendants who ministered to hi*
wants, even to the last. I'erso
he was awafa thai often the great
philanthropist had sent Ins money
to lie banked by a faithful coin ed
Steward, Last, but not least, if a
I nu nber of negroes li nl been
able to earn 'be wherewithal lo
complete a collegiate or pmfession-
al ionise, it W is th inks t 1 t lie* in-
alterable decis on ol the di c isad
I., have them given em,ih>> n enl
s in In- magnificent lnil< 1-.
The negro m Miami and on the
e 1st coast, is grateful to Mr I'I ig
l.r.
"The united choirs sang" \tttti 'ca,
"The Comforter Has Come." and
the quartette of Prof Toomey con.
tribuled two excellent renda ii .;-,
"Raise Me, Jesus in Thy I hroi ."
and "Asbe,m Jesus." This inter-
esting memorial m n ce as
bo ught to a close by the *in
of an appropriate plantation
melodythose melodies which
have done so much in winning
sympathy foi the negro* rnc "I
Shall Wear a Siany Crown When
I yel I I.ime," in which both con-
hi gallon an! choirs joined in
mending roles of harn noy.
The closing p>nyer Was off. red
I I Ider N. If. Moms, and the
benediction was piiiniuniced by
Lev. I. II. 1 irnnt, of South Miami.
The following resolutions had
bi in submitted previously and un
animously adopted i
Whereas, in the death of II. M,
Flagler, promoter of the East
Const, the state hai I *t s man
whose business tagai ity, benevo-
lence and love for humanity hM
been so broad and pronounced,
that every citisen of ! lorida, and,
iallv, of the east oasl f
Florida, has felt the 1 Q cts of his
life ; Iberefore, the coli
1 iti*>< n- of Miami, in (fleeting a--
led, on this day and hour
when R s mil 11 sad service is be
ins conducted ovei the remains of
the di&lingttished dead, do take
this method of expi essing nui re-
gret at Ins death, and voice our
appreciation of his magnificent ser*
s to the state 1 id espe :iallj hs
they affected 11 .
We desire to have it known that
a- on emplojer he was kind and
I isl to hisservai ts an 1 generously
indulgent with their faults. We
.1 1 .rn I our -v :i, i 11 !l to ins be-
reaved wifaand relitiv.es who arc
b iv l h 1 ne itl> 'lie! a i-ite nog 1 'I
of an 111- wise 1'iov idi'i
R isoived, also, t ial a copy ol
these resolutions be published in
Mi.- Miami Daily Herald, the
Jacksonville Metropolis and an-
other se it-to his w fe a id Unnly.
Respectful I v submitted,
J. I. BPOWN,
S A. SAMPSON,
I W. DRAKR,
\ p I K ILLY, M.D.
IN Till.
MAGISTRA1 I'i COURT.
.1"""
16Sarah Thompson- Breach
D.v License Ac- -1) unissed.
(ieo. Rahminc -Breach 11
License Act 2-. 6d
Sarah AlburyBreach Dog
License Act 2s. 6d.
John Lightbourn Bieach Dog
License Act-Bound in Ins own
reco-Ve in 1 to appear for sen-
tence if called upon.
Henry Armbristei Breach Cai-
tle Act6d.
Rita Ash Using language in
street towards Bertha vYhymo.a
tending to a breach nl the pe.ice
I hsiuiased,
George AllenBreach Sponge)
and lurtle lislnnes Act 2
months imprisonment.
t7 -Kdward Saunders- Breach
Dog License Act 1 IHS-*d.
Nathaniel Rahming-Breai h
mans \c\ i or B <\.<\<-.
Arthur Boggis, Barber Morrison,
Win BowersA* lulling sn 1
beating VVm. Pin ler Boggis
(Continued on fourth pag

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1
T H r R I Bi3 N
**aj*
Zbc JLxibunc
Thursday. Juno 26. 1913.
Tlie following, "Message from
His Excellency the Governor to
the Speaker and Members of tlitf
Honourable.the House <>f As-
sembly" is of more than otdinary
interest, as the case of which it
is the outcome evoked a great
deal of interest here, Robert
Sawyer being a native of this
island.
The correspondence submit-
ted by 111- Excellency the Gov
ernoi in connection with the
subject furnishes very interest-
ing reading and food fol reflec-
tion.
"The Governor lias the hon-
our to transmit to the Honour-
able the House copies of corres-
pondence on the case of one
Robert Sawyer, a native of the
Bahamas, who was tried by the
Courts of Carolina on a charge
of murder, and sentenced to
death this sentence being later
commuted to imprisonment for
life.
"A petition signed by a large
number of influential inhabi-
tants of Nassau, and sent
through 'he President of the
Bahamas Friendlv Society, was
received by Sir William Grey-
Wilson, but 11is Majesty's Gov-
ernment did not consider that
there was sufficient ground to
justify their taking any action
in the matter.
"Mr. H. IV Warner an Eng
lishrflan residing in New York,
interested himself in the case,
and undoubtedly owing to his
exertions and personal expense
in conducting an investigation
on behalf of the prisoner, he
succeeded after great difficulty
in bringing the case before the
Pardon Ai lorne) ol the Depart
ment of Justice, with the result
that M
the United States, commuted
the life sentence, and Robert
Saw\ ! 'i.i m free.
Mr. H. II. Warner, has not
applied for anv recognition, the
thanks of the Government have
been COQVi yed to him, but the
Governor is iure that the lion
ourable House would not wish
that Mr. Warner should be left
to bear the cost of obtaining
the paid'm of a native of this
Colony when the case was pro
perly one calling f>r official
ai tion
"The expenses incurred bv
Mr. Warner as regards Robert
Siwyer amounted to 197 18 4
and the Governor submits for
the favourable consideration of
the Honourable the House that
Mr. Warner should be reimburs-
ed this sum for his h unanitari-
an action on behalf of a native
of this Colony."
It would be matter for regret
if our Legislature should fail to
reimburse Mr. Warner for ex-
penses incurred by him in de
fence of a native of our Colony,
1 tally when the Govern-
ment of St. Vincent is ready to
do 'he same for one of its citi-
z< ns [Adams).
As large as the amount may
.- ppear in the aggregate, it does
not amount to one penny pet
found necessary by the other
gentlemen quoted above.
We thought that every British
subject might confidently expect
that when his life was In dan
ger that the British Government
would see that he had a fan-
trial at least, we know of one
instance in this Colony, where
an American citizen was on
trial for nurder the American
Consul appeared in Court and
watched 1 he caSC and demand-
ed that one half the jury should
Harbour Island,
June I..'. 1')13
Dear Mr F.ditor :
Please allow me ft little p
in your pap'f : Our t iwn was
full of life on Friday 6th inst.
among the Church people, when
the Lord Bishop's va lit was
sighted in at Spanish Wells, but
to our surprise she got ashore at
Spanish Wells, we watched tosee
when she would float but evening
came on and she still remained
hard and fast. Later on Dr. John-
son's motor boat came over from
be ahem M, I Spanish Wells, and reported that
However all honour to Mr P ;(m] FrU n,.mvne
\\arnerandwe t-ut that JJ would not COOM over until the
shall not be humilatedbj the Qn ^^
thought that the liberty ol
subject of this colony was not
worth 197. 18. 4 to it.
yacht floated. On Saturday as
the yacht still remained fast no
preparation, was made for their
I reception, hut we were all sur
Fimn-A0.tarn,Mnt.i^^^^ t Point and come over in
Ismail boa,, and no one knew
out in the premises of Mr. Davis
near Fort Kincastle. The kitchen
was entirely destroyed.
noou, for the Moselle Shoal
shift its buoy.
to
The prevailing weather con-
ditions are the finest.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
head of our population, nun it
appears that the whole cosl to .',, ;i|,(lUl ., o'clock yesterday[tlemen
Mr. Warner has been (roughly) rnorninir for a fire which broke]*-1
C\ 180 ; so if th s Colony 1
St. Vim 1 nt (. ch pay 07 |S \-
Mr. Warner will still be :
(roughly) out. We sincerely! j.
trust that this amount will be | The Lighthouse Tender "Car-
unhesitatingly paid, and more narvon"steamedyesterdayafter
if necessary, s. i that our people '
may feel that wherever the\ go,
they have a cou'ltry that values
them.
It is a humiliating discovery
to find that it was at the sue
gSStinn of our much belauded
Sir Wm. Grev Wilson's opinion I
that the petition should not be\
supported, that no action was
taken in the matter by 11 is Ma-
jesty's Government.
We also find that in the cor-
respondence submitted with the
Governor's Message reference
made to Sawyer and his com-
panion in distress by Ambassa-
dor Bryce as 'Adams and Saw-
yer"; Messrs. "Adams and Saw
ver" ; Mams and Sawyer" :
President 'l'aft, "Arthur Adams
and Robert Sawyer, British sub
,," "Adams and Sawver";
L. Ilarcourt "AdamS and Saw
er"; Acting Governor of St.
t Justice, witii the result Iyer ; Acting
r. Taft the President of I Vincent "Adams and Sawyer";
the Administrator of St. Vincent
"Adams ami Sawyer." Sir W.
Grey-Wil*on "Adam* of the
Windward Islands and Sawyer
of the Bahamas, two negroes,"
"Arthur Adams and Robert
Sawyer, two negro British sub
jrcts." It is painful to see
men who might be otherwise
great, truckling ; Pan any DOS
sible good reason be shown win
Governor Grey-Wilson should
find it necessary In use a term
ol opprobrium or depreciation
with reference to the two luffi-
1 ientlv unfortunate men, not
Mr John Drudge,' Principal
Keeper, Hog Island Light has
been .ranted one mouths va a
tion leave.
Mr. Samuel Drudge has been
appointed Acting Princ
Keeper Hog Island Light.
Mr. Samuel L. B. Minns has
been appointed Acting Assist-
ant Keeper Hog Island Light.
Mr RayKingsburj Moore has
been appointed Second Assist
ant Kngineer in the Elo trie
Light Department.
The Governor has nominated
the. following Trustees of Public
Libraries on the Out Island, vit:
Green Turtle C Franklin Curry Esq., Mr.
Thos. A. Thompson.
Harbour Islajt 1.
Dr. A. T. W. Johnson,
Edith Thompson. /
In*1!!
that they w< re 1 oming until they
had land d. But after landing a
a joyful day began ; at 7 o'clo :k
Low Mass was held by the
Bishop, ass it< d by Kr. Browne,
We were disappointed that he
did not have High M ISS, as we
all like it so much. We had a
go. .d number present and Father
Brow;'' could see that we had
not gone back much since Ins
last visit, .is s line people want
to claim. At 10:30 there were
Matins by IV. Browns, and the
sermon was preached by the
Bishop, and 1 assure you that if
was a good one, well deliveied,
, and I feel Quite sure that he has
|Ml softened the haul feedings of
some of the Church pe >ple t>-
wards the last Rector. At 4
o'clock the Bishop held a chil-
dren's service at which lie cave
a good address, and at 7 o'cln k
the service was ;ondu< ted by f 1
Browne, who preach) d the ser-
mon, the Lessons being read by
the Bishop.Thesermo 1 was well
delivered, and pronounced to be
one ol the beat ever deliveied
in St. John's Church. Kr.
Bn-wrie told us that we WOtll I
soon have a new Priest, and !
want to say that we don't care
l how soon he comes, as most ol
I us me longing for High Servi-
Miss r,.s an(j High Mass winch is the
Inat'ibci.
C. A. Sargent ltq;-J. D. AI-
iry Esq '
im-enior's lIuHhour, Eleutkera.
Rev. Leonard Ldge, Rev. Her-
bur
(I'ni'rr
nard Langton.
Tarbum hay, Eleuth.Yt
J. J. VVatsdju ICnow.es Esq.1
W. II. Sands Esq.
life of the Church.
We are In ping that the next
Priest will have Holy Water in
the Church and that the Asper-
grs will bctued. We want High
Church, and we must bave it,
and we will not b s.nisfiad un-
til we have it.
Yours
A TRUE CHURCHMAN.
1


jilt 1 U 1 C L N L
T
EMPIRE D\Y
AT PORT HOWE.
Empire Day was celebrated,
heie on the 26th of May past,
-and an entertainment of unusu-
,al grandeur was given by the
pupils of the public school in
the schoolroom. Appropriate re-
I citations and dialogues wire
iriR some fine specimens raton and Chippendale.
"In the jailers room be i< ath
the Mansion House P( lice C urt
were a Sheraton armchair and
a Chippendale writing table of
1790 The table was in use as
a dining table.
"In tin! porter's lodge was a ,
mahogany Chippendale set of
well rendered interspersed with serpentine drawers "f 1760 in
patriotic songs. A large number
of parents and guardians were
present and the members of the
schoolComoaittee gave speeches:
The master of the school deliv-
ered a very interesting addie.-s
which w consi 1' r was all too
short. I le explained most clear-
ly the following sentences utter-
ed by the Earl of Meath on May
21th 1905"It is intended that
the Empire celebration shall be
an excellent state of preserva-
tion Also in the porter's lodge I
wen three Sheraton Mahogany
lyre-back chairs of 1803."
No doubt is expressed as to
the truth of this despatch, but
it is morally certain that the
fact will be the foundation for
:able fiction and tint
the "actual pie es" will lie offer-
ed foi sale by practically every
fake antique dealer in the Unit
the outward sign of an inner ed Kingdom, with appropriate
awakening of the peoples win
constitute the British Empire
to the sei ious duties whit h lie
at their dot r" Mr. Thomas l)u
valliera member of the School
Committee ablj assisted in
tastefully decorating the 100m
on this 00 a won Ai cording to
his promise Commissioner Jo-
se 1I1 S. Cul ner, Esq in charge
ofCher >kee Sound District gave
the refreshment. The people
are realizing more than ever
that in no part of the world
they will fi id as great freedom
and 111 ei lv R| in the British
Empire, and we who are heirs
of this great common heritage
should consider how we may
become better citizens and mi n
worthy of the great privileges
which we enjo\.
LC.
A\ INTERESTING
DISCOVERY.
With the unremitting search
that antiquarians and antiqu-
di alera have kept up during re-
1 ent \ears it would seem that
every possible cache of authen-
tic old furniture has been dis-
Covered and exhausted, and vet
a cable despatch from London
under date ol September 7 gives
the following r< port of a verita-
ble find in the official residence
of London's Lord Mayor:
'Advantnu I has been taken
of the hobd iy season to carry
out an extensive scheme of im-
provements in the Mansion
House, the official residence of
the Lord Mavbr of London. In
the course of alterations many
pieces of valuable antique fur-
niture have been found, includ-
Stories as to how they came to
xed.
"The UphoUterer."
WHY DO MILLIONS
of housewives use Sunlight Soap?
Have you ever tried to ascertain?
A piece of
5^ Sunlight Soap
used in your next wash will
explain to yon the reason.
CAM! EGR \M-
You will Gnd that Sun-
light Soap used iii the
wash saves your time,
labour and money,and,
what is more, saves
your clothes.
Try it in your next Wash, j
I.KVEK BROTIIKB:. I IMITKD,
roar sunlight knoland,

to daj by the Democrats
hers ol the senate finance com
mi t tee.
June 36th 1
London, 24.Sir Jonathan
Hutchinson, the eminent sur
Keon,died to day.
London, 24.To-ni-_-hts per-
formance of "La Doheme* at
Covent Garden was one of the
biggest social and musii al
events of the mm- n.
Meiba and Caruso, at the
kings requeM, sang tO|fetliei for
the firs', time in many years.
The presence of the king and
queen made the scent' a most
brilliant one.
London, 24.- Tin' Duke of
Sutherland is critically ill.
L mdon, 24 What is suppos-
ed to have been a militant suf
fragette attempt to wreck an
express train from London to
Plymouth in n tunnel near De
voftpurt, 's reported to-uay.
Buffalo, New York-, 24.-- l-"our
men are known to bedrid sixty
weie injured and four unac-
counted for as the result of an
explos on late lo-d iy in the ele-
vator and gram Storehouse of
the Hu>ted Milling Comp my.
Washington, 24. Radii al
changes in the income lax plan
of the Underwood Tariff Act
and alteration of the administra-
tion features of the measure to
overcome most of the objti lions
raised by foreign countries, was
agreed upon in a tentative way
Hosy Lake, England, 24 I.
H. raylor, four times bolder ol
the British open golf champion-
ship, won it ag on here to day,
with a scoic of 304 for the four
11 iunds.
1 ondon, 34.- -Captain Scott's
ship, the '11 rra Nova, is now \\
in; at Cardiff, si ' has beendi-
vested of much of her contents.
The natural I i-tory collec-
tions, whic 1 ry extensive
have been transferred to th
Natural History Museum at
South Kensington.
40 A MONTH
Be Your Own Boss
V R SU.I.
ASMAI I q 1 i"''ty "' lb'U-e.
hold Furniture at a Reason-
Hi I- Price.
m;-.\|i|.ly in 56 |W4ew*tl Street.
1 iMi i|i 01s bnjM I si of Deveaua
S ret.
for K'i;\r.
PRf'PI R I V rvt Hay Strrei two
l.>rs p i| "f Victoi 1.1 A ream.
\l...
COT I \<'! DfiwdiKwell
Si re ei quite near Virt< >ria
\\ CHIC.
\| I 'v to
II. W I It.HTnOURN.
June 33U1 Ho
The fihilii'im Number of "The
Slrnmbua" will bo published In
July, s the ropic lor ihe r ihibl
tlon will leave Nimsnu or, (he Ut
Augusi.
All advertisement! lor tht
number should be ,enl in by the
end of this present month.
If m are
m n k I lu! IrM
tban lu
week you
MllOUld write
iu to-ciay. We
ran help you
10 wriillli and
llidi-l*' ndrnco
liy our plan. You
oan work when
*OU please, where
ran plenao. alwaYH
_. __Jiuvo money unu
.....rein mon- of It.
HOW noun von LIKE ui mart out from
borne on a corol at ihe Ik hoteU. and Bra like a lord an.l clean ut
2 every nayt Work at aiiiuecrurnt plarea. crownnr
street corner*, manuframrinii liuuum-m*. anywhere
"walk from home or on
and everywhere, ten i
the oilier side of the iilulic. .. -',-;---- -;
any plan- you ha|>|ieii to Fleet, and clean up 11
above operating rap; 1.=.* each an; .very'dy.
My propoatt: VCOMILHfXI. NK
r.iMlils-.M r >N 1 IMKRA, wltb M.h ynuran
1 develop aU entirely d
ty-lc* iif pieiurei
- ' in"... _._.v
f fllnti or
take andiaruol rite* rtt "itireiy eWtr-
cut itylc* of tilrtiina inelurllnii liutuma. 1 out
t'ardfi. and four elyie-i of Tintype I1cturea._,Every
nl.it. U Ur.. I'M" 'I vtftmul ihO 11*1-'
negative!, and l ready to deliver to >'" """
,om.r In leta than a mln.it.- nltar "''">> RJ
apoavr*. Tbta REMARKABLE gJVMjTION
takra 100 plet urea an 1 -a-i '' "*a n>f\\c
1 aale you make ndvi-rtlau your bual.
MM and make* more aalea for you.
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Pimple Inntrwilnn* acrompany carli Outfit and
you aaa henin to raaka moiu-y In nluien minute*
attar the outm reach.* you. pjunmi
A tvtnin Invi-Hlinent will Bet thU vVONtlKR-
TVl. orTFIT tor you and put you In a. poft'l-rn to
mate '> n rear. you waul to l Wudepan-
dtnt. and nton.lnt.-iy your own liia. WW."Jpg
ami I -III ariid you by ''"*]'"" ^XgXRl
anon rennlim thU whmii iin'i. IMtoponi-
TMV. Inclu.lli. letter. oHerlnii 1"Itlvy P from every iwrt ol iho world. .RPJv'JBJHJ'
ANSUIIt ulll- ANSOI SI EMENT TO-DAT.
L 1llTTT atf..M7 . 43e II..B.,t. 061 lt.Ttrk.ll.IX
V
FUSSELt*
CONDtNS E
M I LK
JU 1
g. Bi r_tRFLi
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FussELLfy-V
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TT
T II 1 R 1 B U N 1-
fined 8s. or 6 days, Mori ison- ios.
jnu 3- cost or io days and Boweri
^dismissed.
*8Frank Robertsand Harold
loompson (Boys)Laiceny ..f 7
empty bottle, value 3>d goods and
chattels of Ja.nei T. Farrington
Huberts given f, strokes, Maria
Thompson Hie mother of Harold
I lionij)- ri was bound in her own
ncog'ce in the sum of 1 the con-
dition being :hat the said Harold
Jhornpson will come up for sen-
tence if called upon
,19Alfred Morns alias Alfred
' ill Mreacli Sponge and Turtle
I'lsli-vics Aet- 1 months
Jumble Sale
At St. Andrew's Ha:i.
THURSDAY 26th.
USEFUL AND FANCY
ARTICLES
LIGHT REFRESHMENTS.
THE
Constabulary Band
WILL PLAY
DURING THE EVENINQ.
1 >oors open 7.30.
Admission id.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT DI.AC K'S
222 Ba -Street
and THE NA SAU CANDY
Kl I 1 I IN.
HUNTLEY & PALMERS
NEW Good Luck Biscuits
Loose and in half pound packets
at is. jd. prr lb.
Huntley ft Palmers Petit Beurre,
Marie and Coronation, in hall
pound p.1, ketS.
Cn \V\ Fl >K'I)S Butter Puffs
lb. packets at 4 I,
"Ufillit" and J'ufJ I 1
at i~. ' I. |"'i IK
Currant Puffs at 1 3 lb,
LlPt'ON'3 C<' 'A.
J lb, tins
a ox. ',. 6d,
Bargain Day
Thursday & Friday
June 26th and 27th.
AT THE
Narsau Bargain House.
ONE Bureau (new) price 3 for
Single and Double Mattrewer, \
f'>r 16s.
Fine Feath/r Pillows, 6s. an.! -
for 4s. and ,
Twn Infant Cribs, price 1 4-. ( >i
Rolls Matting is. 3 I yard for is.
Ten yard pieces Sanitary Diaper
at 3s, All 6d. yard Goods at yl. yard.
All fl. yard Goods at
Shoesprice6C. and 8s. at 4'*, pair
Bath Towels, Chiids Gn Carts
Table Cloths ami Covers all at
reilncpii prices for Thursday and
Friday onlyalso
One Fine Bicycle (coaster)
One Fine < M Stove
One Fine Pair Scales.
A. P. MOORE.
\ Jun 25th, 1913.
i FOR SALE.
i A SMACK BOAT f..r sale 17
apply to
J. V McBRrDK.
Bay Street E 1st
lz
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STORE
OUR "Royal" Household
Hiand Flour selling at 2d
pence p'r lb. and 30s | er bag of
H|o His.
"Golden Star Flour 2 II1 ior3|d.
and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
for V:d.
I entennial Flour per lap 28s.
I 'us Feet in Vinegar at y\ per lb,
Rrown Sugar al Jd. pei lb Our
rice white and clean, best in t' wn
selling at 4 I. per quart.
All our Groceries are freali and
pood qualiiv and cheap.
Pure Jamaica Rum al 10a, n*i
ta lion.
[AMIS L. SAL'NDERS St Co.
' Nassau N. P.
1', ihamas,
\\ id 1 jtli 1913.
W I. would dorm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we no*
have on h.nd an extensive Slock of II WAN \ CIGARS. We
guarantee cair brand tn be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wn pi lers, and Havana idlers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on nui premises by skilled workmen
and greal pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
Xhe we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage of conno _
' I. L. SAUNDERS & Co.
Il,i\ Street.
NOT IC E.
THIS is to inform my P itron*
and the Public in (ieni ra
thai 1 have op tied my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line 01
Geneial repair 01 new work Horse
Shoeing SoVcially. All work done
uiically.
P. A. Pluyler,
1 1 Bay Street. East [\\ li
Ragtime Piano
Playing-
P(>>| I IVELY taught any per-
son in IO to 20 lessons. ->.,<-
CeM eu.irante.d. (.'all or write for
I 1 ee 1 look let.
WALT. P. WEIR.
iJllIctt stiert.
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 & 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
W.IT1I A 11\K LINK Of LaDIBS
DressGoods, I'uints, Drill,
CiKNTS SlIIIMS, I'nDER WAISTS
Call Early and See New S'ocK
FUSSEtX'S
M I U\
neo '.-'
ifr iv '.
j 'REPTlRED BY
,
FUSS ELL f)-0W.
Notice,
' \ "HIS it tn remind the Public
J of the Old Stand (N. S. Elliot's
Ji met Sho| 1' E is! I by Streel,
which is now under the Mm
men I ol
1 \\l!-.s \. 1 VANS
CONTRACTOR ANl) JOINER
Hand made Coffins of every des.
cription. We are prepared to give
you excellent woik. Bci t "I refer
.in s. For lurniiiit ec., see us. We
guarantee lo satisfy yui and are
confident that we can suit you.
June 24, 1913.
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE ANDSTt II'.
\ d liciou' Hunk brewed from
I |ops 1 nntnining all the tonic
\ id.....t sir and Stout but with-
out the after effects, pi ii e I I,
bottle, s* do*.
LIME CH IMPAGNE.
Tints -'d. Ou irts tod.
5p\rkLingvalento wine.
Pinu 7', I. Per dox. 6s
GINGER ALE ft GINGER BEER
Pint* 6 I. I'" dox }.
SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
C \SES.
ji i| n \ r BLACK'S
222 Bay St. d
III!. NASSAU CANDY
Kl I'CHEN.
II. s. id. U K, Agent.
Notice
THE undersigned wishes
to inform the Public that
he has been appointed sole
agenl for Long Lay, F. I., by
i!i<: Co. of Schweppes, Ltd.,
M; nufactui 1 I able Wa-
. Cordi 1 Is, Wines, &c, 64
Hnmmi rsmith Road, London
W.
JOSR C. MAURA,
Long Cay, F. Lf
June 16th, 191 [3 mo.
W A. MA I HER.
UNDER lARJ R
DESIRES to inform Ins friend*
and the Public th.t he h i
jusi received a complete outfit id
facilities 1.ii 1 in busim ss ol an un
d. it.i l>ei, u lin li places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to Ins care w |th
s\si,m and despatch; and revpcel
fully solicits their patronage iet
my [Prices first and prove ill.it tliey
are the vary lowest for fiisi class
work.
$g? Cutlery
a fine ass.111 ment of:
R \/. IRS
le Knives
Pocket Knives
IHitchar Knives
Bread Knives
L'arving Sets in Case*.
and
SCIS>ORS.
for sale by
Chas. E. Albury.
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