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•I ii ic T. R4B-4: 3—' of thefyofits as business manager Ins own wish to the "' Arizona, and ha has in this manner repaid the cost of his t r a | and is now paying off the reward given by die state for his capture. RECEIVING THIS WEEK AT BLACK'S Bi y-Street and THI \r CANDV KIT( HEN. H U'NTLEY .v PAI.MI NEW Good Lui !< Bi I and in half pound pa< kets Mereth .JO.OOO barrels '" '"• •' %  '"' r ll) kegs and circular packages are "untley ^ P TDK BARREL CONSUMPTION OF AMERK \ kegs ,ui,| circular packag turned out by the cooperage 'I the United Stales i '. the heaviest consumer I i the cement indu ti %  ith the riourbusines I n -\:, ( i V' 1 %  -^". rh demand for molasses, oil, lard pork is ,|. RTI \MBOA i PROVIDED u, i i "ARril I :IAI RAIN" alm< is Petit Reurre, Marie ami Coronation, i pound pat l. packets stl 4 I. "Ufillit" and I ufi Ci 11 r ll>. Currant Puffs at 1 ; il>. LIPTON'S CO OA. lb. tins 1 2 08. „ Oil. THP; SPECIAL CALL AT 1HE KOYAL STORE O R "Royal" Household H and I lour telling at "'".' %  : < >>y an English shipbuild. I; riverservice in He % %  " %  •" < per ib.-rs.;;.,;', f '"" %  P through the awning iien Star Flour, lb, for 3 tt 1 r '"I'-N ch of a nd i .urel Brand" I lour" albs for 3*d. ?i 'i i f i,,( I with 1, spray b. tin ,yj .f .'l\\ IIP! water ( /et ti„. I the 1 entennial I lout per ag t in Vint !. per lb, Syton *{* ; %  "pWlb; Our ••'•••'• "" %  • best in town Selling at 4R S.VLfc. A '^'V,' quantity of II ihUI '" %  ""' %  R aile Price, • A Pfly lo j6 Dowdeswell St Tw doors I : : FOR RENT. pROPERT7fn~BayStr-e4two doors east of Victoria Aveeue, All our (Jroci and Pure Jamaica Rum .it ros, per gallon. JAMFSI.. FAIJNDER X ISMl X. |'. Ba ha m A| ril 151b i c Also OUTAGE on Dowdeswell quite near Victoria Stn et Avenue. Apply 1 "• VV. LlGHTBOURN June 35th I,,I j s.T^ c :x, .V l,i,,na Number of The Suv^h "> ^Published /n lionwill ^ C COp ir ,,,r ,no ErubiSSftS. ,cnvo Nm — o n %  > All ndverlis-menls for this end of ihl present month. NO r I C E. r l 11^is 10 inform my Patron; and the Public in General thai I have opened my Public Black Smith Simp; and am now ready to do anythinj in the line 01 Genetal repair or new work Hnrsi "~ !l ft Soecially. All wofk don< Mechanically. P \. I'll yl r. Bay Strei t. East (Wharf 1 A 1 FOR SAI E. SMACK BOAT l 1 feet keel apply In J. A. McBRlDE. Bay Sl reel I |l Wanted npWO CIGAH MAKERS I Applj to __ J. P. SANDS CO. WII.I.IWIV SHOEd ARE BETTER ; Ragtime Piano Playing* P OSI LIVELY taught 'iv par. son in 10 to 20 lessons. Su( eed. 1 all 01 write foi I i.-t. WAI i. r. Wl IR. Dilletl in et. W ould iform all who appi %  > i ite a >ke that we n >w m h.n.l an ejfl rtock oi HAVANA CIGARS. We ir brand to be made of the finest Havan Sumntre Wi ippi is. and I lavana Killers through 1 hese Ci fact red on oui premi lied woi I 1 i 1 taken to prnduo an article of superior quality, rhe success we have met within the past lead 1 I ently to exp-cl the patronage of connoist urs. |. L. S \ I B 1 -tli'i't. %  J •FUS SELL'S corsor-NSEO ILK £i!lIliUM I Y BJJAfiLp,,,''' PR EPAR[D BV Notice. H| "*HIS is to 1 the Public 1 of the! >ld Stand [S. S. Elliot's Joiner Shop BJJ v 1 1 under the Man 1 in nt 1.1 I \Mi S \. EVANS I RAC I OR AND I >INE R ; land made Coffins of t\ cry cription. We are prepared to givai you excellent woik. Bei I %  in es. For turnmc etc., tee us, We guaranti e to satisfy you at d Hre confident that we can suit ] June J |, 1913. KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC LEVERAGES. \l I WL 5TOI V Us I llilll. Hops l l< >nic j \-.i lue 1 (t |e an I Sl 111 I I out tin ts, 1 doz. LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints !. Quarts 1 I. SPARKI i LENTO WINE. Pi GINGI H 1 1 ft GINGER BEER Pi '' SPEC1 \IPRIt ES BY I III". %  I -. LD AT BLA< K'S / St. and I III. NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. II. S. BL \i K, Agent. Notice he HE undersigned wishes to inform the Public that be n appointed sole 11 I Ibl I .. !•'. I., by thi Co. "I v < hweppes, Ltd., ufactun 13 1 if 'I able WaCordi ils, \\ ines, .'. .. I | Hammersmith Road, I ondon \\. JOSE (.. MAURA, 1 iy, I-. I., June ; %  th, 113, mo. Zachary Taylor Will open at 8 ft 10 Market St. on Monday June 9 WITH A PINE LINE 00 I. AMI S iooDS, PfetttTS, DRILL, ruuy solicits their patronagi GENTS SHIRTS. UNDER WAISTS '"' V '"" N '"" %  ; l(l vr tliaI t '"'v „ „ ,_ „ | ; "<* 'he xtry lowest (01 first i l.ss Call Early and See New Stocfc W. A. MATHER. UNDERTAKER D ESIRES t<> inform hi 1 and the Public th-t he has just received a complete outfit at facilities for ihc business of an un 'I' rtaki 1, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may lie entrusted to his care W oil nystem and despatch; and respectfully tolii its their patronage 1 a t MI%< DIM. fii ..a— .1.... .1 v.-ork. ne.d" Cutlery s fine assortment of: RAZORS lallle Knives Pocket Knives I'uti hi r Knivi s Brei (I Knives. Carving Sets m (.',is,. s R|I(J SCISSORS. for sale l>y Chas. E. Albtiry.



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(0 a> o I* VI) CO U 0) itlv feai I J ... ... ii %  PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Adverti*ing Rates: Six pence net line fen first insertion ; three new > pel Imp for ic (.ml insertion; and one peony per line fii Mibcequenl interti Advertitemeoti undei eight lines ^s. wo Cablegram* have been received to-day by reason of %  break down on the railn a I The Motor "Frances E" I ifi this morning with mails and the following pas engers Misses Roxatn md Marv Mill Mesdames Kveiiua Miller and Christiana Clarke and infant: l -is Lambert |. 11 ggs, John A. Demerit t, Frank Zumwnlt, Joseph %  ij lenryd MI ion, La n McDonald, Solomon Mackry, Pembroke Fergurs'n, Kiikwood Clarki*, John Devanux, Wilfred Joseph, James Roker, and Whit* field Gordon. (iH) J I ION HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Thuisday evening 26ih June IQ! 3 'I inI louse iiu't according to .id journmeot. Present : The Honble, The Speaker et al I In' Acting Chief Clerk report* ed the delivery t" the Hon. the Legislative Council of certain Bills ami amendments lo the Pensions Act; A message was presented by the ( lerk from the Hon. the Legislative Council informing the House thai 111e\ hid passed the Board <>f Agriculture I.ill anil the N. R, Bun side Personal Allowance Bill without making any amendment! therein. Mr. Sands from tin* Committee in the Governors Message No. 50 re Contracts with the Florida I 1 1 Coast Hot< I Co, and the Peninsular an I 11 idental Steamship Co. handed in a Report and Mill which w.is read a first time and ordered to be pi Mite ii. Mr. Gamhlin moved the ndnp. tii'ii nf the Report on His i.xcellenry the Governors Mei No. 36 with regard to the regulation of the passenger Traffic between the Bahamas and Florida and between the islands of the Colony, On being put ih' R'port was adopted. Mr Gambl in, moved I he adoption <'f me Report "n tliQueMion by Mr. Albury and the answi is thereto relating lo persoas trading with public Boards <>f which they are meml 1 On being put Ihe Report was a I ipted, The House adjourned. i* A SANITARY FOUNTAIN rHATIS EASILY CON STRUCTED. \ny public school with a good well and pump 11 ay have a sanitary drinking fount 1 i 1 at sun 11 < us by b 11 ing 11 %  %  1 • s ab tut 10 in, apart in a piece of a-in, pipe, one end of winch is plugged so tlje water will run out through the hoh's, the otbei end I> ting attach* cd lo the spin? of the pun p. A fountain of this S'.rt is in use at a N d in (iibsland, La, Any i\c i ed length of pipe may be used; the fountain is absolutely sanitary and can be operated by anvone who can work the pump handle. A picture of this device in us-appears in the May Popular Mechanics Magazine. • AUTOMOBILE RUNS HUNDRED MILKS AN' HOUR. There is a difference between tunning loo miles in one hour an I at tlirate of 100 an hour, for, al. though I he latter has been exceed* ed by more thin 25 miles on at least two or three occasions, the former has just been attained for the first time. This ambition of automobile*racing enthusiasts was realized recently ai the famous Booklan Is track, in England, I by a little 35-lip. car, which is doubly H'niai kable, since m my attempts have I" en made to achii 1 e the ICO uiih's in an hour with of up to 200 hp. Several pictu 1 a of this car and its driver appear in the May Popular Mechanics .ine. PERRY'S FLAGSHIP RAISED Al II U MANY YEARS. The wrick of the brig "Niagara," Commodore < Hivei Haz ird Perry's II tgship, in the naval b .ttle of Lake Brie Fought off Put-in* Itay on Septemhei 1 1813, was raised on M irclt 3, 1913, fr an the bottom "f \| s, iy Bay, in ihe har b ir ol Erie, Pa and is be jog restored to its original form for < % %  < %  Inhiiioii 111 connection'with the centennial celebration of Perry's victory over the British fleet on Ihe Gl 'at I ake, \ number of vows in the May Popular Me chinics Magazine show tli" work I raising the ship in progress. GERMAN AERIAL MOTOR WINS BIG PRIZE. The pri/r o| ft] 1. wlui h the euipei 01 offered on Ins bit ih lay last yeai for the best German aviation motoi constructed before bis an liversary ibis year, w.1 1 ed to an ir.VentOr who built B hp., ^-cylinder motor along such lines that it is practical I) pro l against breakdowns, A picture ol the motor appears in the May popular Mechanics Magazine. j CONVICT ESTABLISHES CURIO TRADE. Before Louis V. Eytinge, now serving a life sentence in the Ariozna state prison, entered that institution tiio prisoners,, or at least the Mexicans, Indians and cowboys among them, sold to the visiti f >r a few 11 Ills Ihe bit bands, watch I ibs, and other trinkets, ih, \ wove out of hori liau At present, through the business ability ol Ij tinge, who was struck by the commercial possibilities of (bis craft, a regular business has been organized which brings in an annual [in fit of £5,000 Eytinge's share r_ 1


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Nulllvis addicttls ivirnrc in verba maestri.
Being bound to swe&i lo the Dogmas of no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Friday June 27. 19(3
No. ISO
LEON E. H. IH'IM < ll,
Editor and Proprihoii
OKKK'i J 44 || 1RKET -TI.KI- I
Nai ...i n. p., Bahamas.
i'. u. Ik
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M unlay, Wedoesdft) ami Friday
(Ingle copy ........ j,l.
ruesday, rhunday and Ratarday-
ingli cop) ...... id
Weekly ... ... <}d
Monthly .......is 4,|
Q ii tei ly ... ... .. 4*.
II.ill Vr> itlv
feaiij ... ... ii
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Adverti*ing Rates: Six pence net line
fen first insertion ; three new > pel Imp
for ic (.ml insertion; and one peony per
line fii Mibcequenl interti
Advertitemeoti undei eight lines ^s.
wo Cablegram* have been re-
ceived to-day by reason of
break down on the railn a I
The Motor "Frances E" I ifi this
morning with mails and the fol-
lowing pas engers
Misses Roxatn md Marv Mill
Mesdames Kveiiua Miller and
Christiana Clarke and infant:
l -is Lambert |. 11 ggs, John A.
Demerit t, Frank Zumwnlt, Joseph
ij lenryd mi ion, La n
McDonald, Solomon Mackry,
Pembroke Fergurs'n, Kiikwood
Clarki*, John Devanux, Wilfred
Joseph, James Roker, and Whit*
field Gordon. (iH)
j
I ION HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Thuisday evening
26ih June iq!3.
'I in- I louse iiu't according to .id
journmeot.
Present : The Honble, The
Speaker et al
I In' Acting Chief Clerk report*
ed the delivery t" the Hon. the
Legislative Council of certain Bills
ami amendments lo the Pensions
Act;
A message was presented by the
( lerk from the Hon. the Legisla-
tive Council informing the House
thai 111e\ hid passed the Board <>f
Agriculture I.ill anil the N. R,
Bun side Personal Allowance Bill
without making any amendment!
therein.
Mr. Sands from tin* Committee
in the Governors Message No. 50
re Contracts with the Florida I 1 1
Coast Hot< I Co, and the Peninsu-
lar an I 11 idental Steamship Co.
handed in a Report and Mill which
w.is read a first time and ordered
to be pi Mite ii.
Mr. Gamhlin moved the ndnp.
tii'ii nf the Report on His i.x-
cellenry the Governors Mei
No. 36 with regard to the regu-
lation of the passenger Traffic be-
tween the Bahamas and Florida
and between the islands of the
Colony,
On being put ih' R'port was
adopted.
Mr Gambl in, moved I he adop-
tion <'f me Report "n tli- QueMion
by Mr. Albury and the answi is
thereto relating lo persoas trading
with public Boards <>f which they
are meml 1
On being put Ihe Report was
a I ipted,
The House adjourned.
i*
A SANITARY FOUNTAIN
rHATIS EASILY CON
STRUCTED.
\ny public school with a good
well and pump 11 ay have a
sanitary drinking fount 1 i 1 at sun 11
< us by b 11 ing 11 1 s ab tut 10 in,
apart in a piece of a-in, pipe, one
end of winch is plugged so tlje
water will run out through the
hoh's, the otbei end I> ting attach*
cd lo the spin? of the pun p. A
fountain of this S'.rt is in use at a
nd in (iibsland, La, Any i\c i ed
length of pipe may be used; the
fountain is absolutely sanitary and
can be operated by anvone who
can work the pump handle. A pic-
ture of this device in us-- appears
in the May Popular Mechanics
Magazine.

AUTOMOBILE RUNS HUN-
DRED MILKS AN' HOUR.
There is a difference between
tunning loo miles in one hour an I
at tli- rate of 100 an hour, for, al.
though I he latter has been exceed*
ed by more thin 25 miles on at
least two or three occasions, the
former has just been attained for
the first time. This ambition of
automobile*racing enthusiasts was
realized recently ai the famous
Booklan Is track, in England, I
by a little 35-lip. car, which is
doubly H'niai kable, since m my at-
tempts have I" en made to achii 1 e
the ICO uiih's in an hour with
of up to 200 hp. Several pictu 1 a
of this car and its driver appear
in the May Popular Mechanics
.- ine.
PERRY'S FLAGSHIP RAISED
Al II U MANY YEARS.
The wrick of the brig "Nia-
gara," Commodore < Hivei Haz ird
Perry's II tgship, in the naval b .t-
tle of Lake Brie Fought off Put-in*
Itay on Septemhei 1 1813, was
raised on M irclt 3, 1913, fr an the
bottom "f \| s, iy Bay, in ihe har
b ir ol Erie, Pa and is be jog re-
stored to its original form for <<
Inhiiioii 111 connection'with the
centennial celebration of Perry's
victory over the British fleet on
Ihe Gl 'at I ake, \ number of
vows in the May Popular Me
chinics Magazine show tli" work
I raising the ship in progress.
GERMAN AERIAL MOTOR
WINS BIG PRIZE.
The pri/r o| ft] 1. wlui h the
euipei 01 offered on Ins bit ih lay
last yeai for the best German avia-
tion motoi constructed before bis
an liversary ibis year, w.1 1
ed to an ir.VentOr who built B
hp., ^-cylinder motor along such
lines that it is practical I) pro l
against breakdowns, A picture ol
the motor appears in the May
popular Mechanics Magazine.
j
CONVICT ESTABLISHES
CURIO TRADE.
Before Louis V. Eytinge, now
serving a life sentence in the
Ariozna state prison, entered that
institution tiio prisoners,, or at least
the Mexicans, Indians and cowboys
among them, sold to the visiti
f >r a few 11 Ills Ihe bit bands,
watch I ibs, and other trinkets, ih, \
wove out of hori liau At present,
through the business ability ol
I- j tinge, who was struck by the
commercial possibilities of (bis
craft, a regular business has been
organized which brings in an annu-
al [in fit of 5,000 Eytinge's share
r_
1


I
! ii ic T. R4B-4:
3'
of thefyofits as business manager
Ins own wish to the
"' Arizona, and ha has in this
manner repaid the cost of his tr,a|
and is now paying off the reward
given by die state for his capture.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
AT BLACK'S
Bi y-Street
and THI \r CANDV
KIT( HEN.
HU'NTLEY .v PAI.MI
NEW Good Lui !< Bi
I and in half pound pa< kets
Mereth .jo.ooo barrels '" '" ' '"'r ll)-
kegs and circular packages are "untley ^ P
TDK BARREL CONSUMPTION
OF AMERK \
kegs ,ui,| circular packag
turned out by the cooperage
'I the United Stales i
'. the heaviest consumer I i
the cement indu ti ith the
riourbusines I n-\:, ( i
V'1' -^". rh
demand for molasses, oil, lard
pork is ,|. ,
RTI \MBOA i PROVIDED
u,'ii "ARril I :iai RAIN"
alm< is Petit Reurre,
Marie ami Coronation, i
pound pat l CRAWFORD'S Butter Puffs in I
Il>. packets stl 4 I.
"Ufillit" and I ufi Ci
. 11 r ll>.
Currant Puffs at 1 ; il>.
LIPTON'S CO OA.
! lb. tins 1 -
2 08. Oil.
THP; SPECIAL CALL AT
1HE KOYAL STORE
O! R "Royal" Household
H and I lour telling at
"'".' "
:< >>y an English shipbuild.
"I; riverservice in He
"" < per ib.-- rs.;;.,;',
f '"" P through the awning
iien Star Flour, lb, for 3tt
1 r '"I'-n ch of and i .urel Brand" I lour" albs
for 3*d.
?i,'ii*fi,,( I with 1, spray b.
! tin ,yj .f
.'l\\ IIP!
water ( /et ti.
I the
1 entennial I lout per ag
t in Vint !. per lb,
Syton *{* ; "pWlb; Our
'' "" best in town
Selling at 4 Fl>R S.VLfc.
A '^'V,' quantity of II
ihUI '" ""' R
aile Price,
APfly lo j6 Dowdeswell St
Tw doors I : :
FOR RENT.
pROPERT7fn~BayStr-e4two
doors east of Victoria Aveeue,
All our (Jroci
and
Pure Jamaica Rum .it ros, per
gallon.
JAMFSI.. FAIJNDER !
X IS- Ml X. |'.
Ba ha m
A| ril 151b i
c
Also
OUTAGE on
Dowdeswell
quite near Victoria
Stn et
Avenue.
Apply 1
. " VV. LlGHTBOURN
June 35th i,,i j
s.T^c ':x,.Vl,i,,na Number of The
Suv^h "> ^Published /n
lionwill ^C COpir ,,,r ,no Erubi-
SSftS. ,cnvo Nmon * >
All ndverlis-menls for this
end of ihl present month.
NO r I C E.
rl 11^- is 10 inform my Patron;
and the Public in General
thai I have opened my Public
Black Smith Simp; and am now
ready to do anythinj in the line 01
Genetal repair or new work Hnrsi
"~!l.......ft Soecially. All wofk don<
Mechanically.
P \. I'll yl r.
Bay Strei t. East (Wharf1
A
1
FOR SAI E.
SMACK BOAT l 1
feet keel
apply In
J. A. McBRlDE.
Bay Sl reel I |l
.
Wanted
npWO CIGAH MAKERS
I Applj to
__ J. P. SANDS CO.
WII.I.IWIV
SHOEd
ARE BETTER
; '
Ragtime Piano
Playing*
POSI LIVELY taught 'iv par.
son in 10 to 20 lessons. Su(
eed. 1 all 01 write foi
I i.-t.
WAI i. r. Wl IR.
Dilletl in et.
W
ould iform all who appi > i ite a >ke that we n >w
m h.n.l an ejfl rtock oi HAVANA CIGARS. We
ir brand to be made of the finest Havan Sumntre
Wi ippi is. and I lavana Killers through
1 hese Ci fact red on oui premi lied woi I 1
i 1 taken to prnduo an article of superior quality,
rhe success we have met within the past lead 1 I ently to exp-cl
the patronage of connoist urs.
|. L. S \ I
B 1
-tli'i't.
J

FUS SELL'S
corsor-NSEO
ILK
i!lIliUMIY
BJJAfiLp,,,'''
PrEPAR[d bv
Notice.
H| "*HIS is to 1 the Public
1 of the! >ld Stand [S. S. Elliot's
Joiner Shop Bjj v
1 1 under the Man 1
in nt 1.1
I \Mi S \. EVANS
I RAC I OR AND I >INE R ;
! land made Coffins of t\ cry
cription. We are prepared to givai
you excellent woik. Bei I
'in es. For turnmc etc., tee us, We !
guaranti e to satisfy you at d Hre !
confident that we can suit ]
June J |, 1913.
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
LEVERAGES.
! \l I WL 5TOI
V Us I llilll.
Hops l l< >nic
j \-.i lue 1 (t |e an I Sl 111 I I
out tin ts, 1
doz.
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints !. Quarts 1 I.
SPARKI i LENTO WINE.
Pi
GINGI H 1 1 ft GINGER BEER
Pi ''
SPEC1 \I- PRIt ES BY I III".
I -.
LD AT BLA< K'S
/ St. and
I III. NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S. BL \i K, Agent.
Notice
he
HE undersigned wishes
to inform the Public that
be n appointed sole
11 ........
I Ibl I .. !'. I., by
thi Co. "I v< hweppes, Ltd.,
ufactun 13 1 if 'I able Wa-
Cordi ils, \\ ines, .'. .. I |
Hammersmith Road, I ondon
\\.
JOSE (.. MAURA,
1 iy, I-. I.,
June ; th, 113, mo.
Zachary Taylor
Will open at 8 ft 10 Market
St. on Monday June 9
With a pine line 00 I.ami s
iooDS, PfetttTS, DRILL, ruuy solicits their patronagi
Gents Shirts. Under Waists '"'v '""N '""' ;"l(l'" vr tliaI t'"'-v
- ,_ |;"<* 'he xtry lowest (01 first i l.ss
Call Early and See New Stocfc '
W. A. MATHER.
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES t<> inform hi 1
and the Public th-t he has
just received a complete outfit at
facilities for ihc business of an un
'I' rtaki 1, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may lie entrusted to his care W oil
nystem and despatch; and respect-
fully tolii its their patronage 1 a t
mi%< Dim. fii ..a __ .1.... .1
v.-ork.
ne.d" Cutlery
s fine assortment of:
RAZORS
lallle Knives
Pocket Knives
I'uti hi r Knivi s
Brei (I Knives.
Carving Sets m (.',is,.s.
R|I(J
SCISSORS.
for sale l>y
Chas. E. Albtiry.


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