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I 11 F I \i 1 !', II IVlether Preside lie to merse fronrme fs with credit it is im 'snv." York, 30—Lord Strath. TA, Canadian ll'ch Commission er in England, arrived here from Europe today. He is on his way Co Montreal. Panama, 30. — heBritishcruis NewZealand arrived here toda Captain JHalscy and the officer will he taken on an inspection tnurof the Canal tomorrow. Among the officers on board the Warship is Lieut Prince (ieorfr,c of Battenberg. London, 30.—Premi r Asquith was attacked by suffragettes today while he was c>lfing at Lossie mouth, Scotland. Two women suddenly appeared on the qreen, rushed at bim, struck him on the head with a book and then proceeded to drag him about. After sonic moments detectives seized the women, taking them to the Elgin police station. The Hagii-, 30.— The pi lace of peace was inaugurated here this afternoon.when the ceremony ol hand ingjthe edifice over to the charge of the Dutch foreign minister was carried out in the great court in the presence of Queen Wilhel.nina, Dowager 'Queeft Emma and prince Henry. They were surrounded by a distinguished gathering of persons prominent in all the arts and sciences. Alloa, Scotland, 30. —A slight earthquake in this vicinity last night created great consternation among the inhabitants, but no material damage was caused. N'ew York, 30.—Conditions which will govern the America's Cup races of 1914 was announced last night by the cup challenge committee of the Nt-w York Yacht Club, the issuance of which now makes it a certainty that the series will be held. The bestcf five races will govern tl series, the first of wh'Ch is carded for September loth, the second September rath and th" third September 151I1. Futther racewill he sailed on each following Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday until finished. street Sc.ivrequest that barrels their Leach \ be 71 Give Sunlight Soap n A TRIAL. No argument in favour of Sunlight Soap is more con Vtncing than a trial of the Soap itself. Sunlight Soap is made to help, and docs help. It makes hard work easy, saves rubbing and scrubbing,—an i does the work easily and well. Sunlight Soap is a good worker and will save you money, labour, and clothes. TRY IT. \1 J\. would iform all who appie 1 Good Smoke tha* we flow VV have on '. .i.d an extensive StiK I nl HAVAN \ CIGARS We guarantee our brand fn be made of Ihr finest Havana and Sumatrf Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. I hese Ci 1 • Nre manufactured on our premises bv skilled workmen and gn I | nt in laken'to produce an aMirle <*T superior quality, I he a. ess we have met with in the past I ads us confidently iccxpe. ; the patronage of connoiseurs |. I SAUNDERS & Co. Ba\ Stri el. CLEARANCE Sale. A S Williams' the Shneman is i "\ about to make a change in thai part of his business known as WILLfAMR' NOVELTY STORE, .{-•1 Bay stie-t, He will sell during the next TMlKIY DAY-; at t-T'-o 1 ly reduced prires tie 1 entire* Stock, c nsiMn'u %  f a large vii i-ly ol Items ..I ( ieeei.il Merchandise such as Ladies Fancy Wimp Dresses Mack and N ivy Blue Skirts Honsehoid necessities and Cooking Utensils, Fancy Article, suitable for Xn.'is and Birth* day Presents &c. &c. II NOTICE \ \' I N (1 been appointed AGENT for \l M'K> PINEU'I'LE FERTILIZER in the Bahamas I am able to Supply cusioiiiMs with same at manu< lacuiers price which is f 44 per ton of 8 harre|| or $5 s ( I" I arrel of 250 lb.. F. 0. B. Ni York, Tins Fertilize, can also be obta 'iied through any commission House in New York, or direct fiom Maniii 11 11uteri at the same pi ice, I S!P II he gbol 10 t 1 !<•nny one desiilousitf seeing liie r sullsoli. 1 uie'd bom the ire of tins Fertilizer to my cultivations m Nassau which must coiivin e anyone that Mapes Fertiliser is the kind beat Suited to our soil for the giowing of pineapples WALTER K. MOORE. COM I \\l) HAVE A LOOK TO DAY, and spend from 3 !. m £\ to gr.eet adv.mi i S LS' ^ty Store itreet, City FOR RENT. I I o, >|.; „„ Last Hay Street, at 1 present occupied by I'. P. Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st. August. /.pply to, WALTER K. MOORK. Great R>doction IN I'Uici -i Of Sewing Machines During the moitfh"! August i tffo offering tin-" Bargains. "New National" ; ,t £\ .,s. ""Ideal'" at £\ 2 s. CHAS. B. ALBURY, FOH DALE. T HE Buildin* back of • Riding G ilJeqr 38x38 feet ml be remoyed. pphj to Zachary* lav lor M and, r^AI nkel Sg Kops NON-ALCOHOUC B£.YEK4GES. Ml. WD R'|( I, I. \ .l.-liinniI )i mk hn wed Mini Hops 01111,1111:111; al| the tonic value l all and Stout but n ith. out the after effects, price nd, bottle. ^s LIME ill AM! M INE. Pints — '. IOR \M' JOINER 11 tod made CoiTins of evecv detu cripfion, I am pn pared to give V"'i ex. ftlci.t woik. Bet of refer, ences. I',,1 turnmn etc., see us. We guarantee to satisfy you and are confident that we can suit vol.. HE s EOR SALE. AND ELY AMD MO-rn'ITO NETS. At THE SHAMROCK, H. I. RUSSELJ, Bay-street, City. EOU SALE H OL'SE and Lot on West St, for particulars apply lo M. I'.. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W. 1 ]2 St.£New Yoik City. WILLIAMS! SHOES ARE BETTER, I



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Nulllvis addictus purare In vcrba maeKiri. Being bound lo awcar to the Dogma.* of no Master VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. September I. 1913 4 No. 236 LEON E M DUP1 ("II. I 111,' AM I'KIII'III UB CO 0> o 7) (f) £ Q (0 & &4 0) OKKICF |H 4i MARKRT STKKKT \', .in N. P., BAHAMA '. I I. IV.X lip.'. PUBLISHED DAILY. Nfui'i.iy, Wednesday and Prida) •ihelc copy Jil. Tuesday, i*huriday and SaturdaJ — "•fnele cnpv til IK" AV.-ktv Monthly )i i terly Half Y<-ol Tear I v I'AY.M'.I.I IN' ADVANCI ... 4 |d ...i$.4d .. 48. Si. •6K Advertising Rates Six pence per line toi • %  • i in rtion j three pence pat lina f< artion; i nd %  M paJnn^ 111 line fol Mibaequent inHttiom Advertise!) rota undai eight linos 4s. Advertisements and insertions fur the Directory for the September number of "The Strombus," are now in order. *Mail steamer "Seeur&nca" arrived in New York g o'clock this morning, •* The attention of the Board of lli'.iltli ;IIKI n\ the Board of Works m cordiillv invited to the condition of the f 4.ivlots from the North siiliof Baj Street to the sea be. t wren Charlotte and Market Stieets JServices are still continuing at Ilia City Hall near the Clifton 11, use. The subii cl to he contirk red on Tuesday evening at eight o'clock will he The Fatues of Man. This is a Subject of mu'h interest and all are inviti d t< 1 he pr< sent. J IN Till' MAGISTRATES COURT August 18. —Wm. Price— Drunk in street --5s. or 4 daj s. Clementina Dawson, Lts.-uda Nurse, and Virginia Duncombe— Fighting in street— Fined 16s. each or 14 days. Druecilla Dawkins— Using pro. fane and indecent language in street —12s. or 10 days. Elizabeth Sweeting—Larceny of 14s. 6d. the moneys of Manuel De Gregory—sentenced to 3 months imprisonment. \\ < < Diohisio I v( Sregoj y — Breach Cab Act— Dismissed. I.aura Armbrisii I Vssaulting and beating Mary Ann Foil 14 days. 19—Isaac Ronarh) and George Farnander—Fighting in street— Fined 12s par h or (11 da Chas, Clinton—Breach Street Traffic Rules— 10s. rt 7 d Anthony Pinder — I .sing indecent r m street -5s. or 4 days. Egbrtn Rolle, Isaiah Rolle — Fighting Fined ;. each nr 4 days. Graft vtlh Symmonette— Using panfane and indecent language in M. ios. or 7 days, \niui; Green—Lnrre'ny of 1 tabla value je, 1 slieet value ts. anil [as, the goods and moneys pf William Pinder -Dismissed. ao—Ethel I.vnch, and Florence Jones-rLoud shooting and using profane-and indecent language to theinnoynnce of persons in the hbnurhood of Victoria Avenue — Fined 16*, each or 14 d.\-. John Richardson—Breach Dog License fcet as. JI |eremiah Hannsv—Drunk in str-et—5s, or 4 days. 1 Barrows—Breach street Traffic Rul-s—4s. or 3 days. Llewellyn Sweeting Using an 1 ve term of rep'oarh to wit "Bonnet Man" towards Sergeant Wi'Uhrre in the public street--iGs. or 14 days, Moses I'atton — I,mid shouting to the aunovnriee of poisons in S,in

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Nulllvis addictus purare In vcrba maeKiri.
Being bound lo awcar to the Dogma.* of no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. September I. 1913
4
No. 236
LEON E M DUP1 ("II.
I 111,' AM I'KiiI'III UB
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OKKICF |H 4i MARKRT STKKKT
\', .in N. P., Bahama .
'. I I. IV.X lip.'.
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Nfui'i.iy, Wednesday and Prida)
ihelc copy ........ Jil.
Tuesday, i*huriday and SaturdaJ
"fnele cnpv til
IK"
AV.-ktv
Monthly
)i i terly
Half Y<-ol
Tear I v
I'AY.M'.I.I IN' ADVANCI .
... 4|d
...i$.4d
.. 48.
. Si.
6k
Advertising Rates Six pence per line
toi i in rtion j three pence pat lina
f< artion; i nd M paJnn^ 111
line fol Mibaequent inHttiom
Advertise!) rota undai eight linos 4s.
Advertisements and insertions
fur the Directory for the Sep-
tember number of "The Strom-
bus," are now in order.
*-
Mail steamer "Seeur&nca" ar-
rived in New York g o'clock
this morning,
*
The attention of the Board of
lli'.iltli ;iikI n\ the Board of Works
m cordiillv invited to the condi-
tion of the f 4.iv- lots from the North
siili- of Baj Street to the sea be.
t wren Charlotte and Market Stieets
J-
Services are still continuing at
Ilia City Hall near the Clifton
11, use. The subii cl to he contirk r-
ed on Tuesday evening at eight
o'clock will he The Fatues of Man.
This is a Subject of mu'h interest
and all are inviti d t< 1 he pr< sent.
J
IN Till'
MAGISTRATES COURT
August
18. Wm. Price Drunk in street
--5s. or 4 daj s.
Clementina Dawson, Lts.-uda
Nurse, and Virginia Duncombe
Fighting in streetFined 16s.
each or 14 days.
Druecilla Dawkins Using pro.
fane and indecent language in
street 12s. or 10 days.
Elizabeth SweetingLarceny of
14s. 6d. the moneys of Manuel De
Gregorysentenced to 3 months
imprisonment. \\
< <
Diohisio I v( Sregoj y Breach
Cab Act Dismissed.
I.aura Armbrisii I Vssaulting
and beating Mary Ann Foil
14 days.
19Isaac Ronarh) and George
FarnanderFighting in street
Fined 12s par h or (11 da
Chas, ClintonBreach Street
Traffic Rules 10s. rt 7 d
Anthony Pinder I .sing indecent
r m street -5s. or 4 days.
Egbrtn Rolle, Isaiah Rolle
Fighting Fined ;. each nr 4 days.
Graft vtlh Symmonette Using pan-
fane and indecent language in M.
ios. or 7 days,
\niui; GreenLnrre'ny of 1 tabla
value je, 1 slieet value ts. anil [as,
the goods and moneys pf William
Pinder -Dismissed.
aoEthel I.vnch, and Florence
Jones-rLoud shooting and using
profane-and indecent language to
theinnoynnce of persons in the
hbnurhood of Victoria Avenue
Fined 16*, each or 14 d.\-.
John RichardsonBreach Dog
License fcet as.
ji |eremiah HannsvDrunk in
str-et5s, or 4 days.
1 BarrowsBreach street
Traffic Rul-s4s. or 3 days.
Llewellyn Sweeting Using an
1 ve term of rep'oarh to wit
"Bonnet Man" towards Sergeant
Wi'Uhrre in the public street--iGs.
or 14 days,
Moses I'atton I,mid shouting to
the aunovnriee of poisons in S,in lands Village 10s. or s days,
33Austin Florr Breach Cah
Act 4s. or 3 days. II, III treating
horse by cruelly whipping same
30s. or 1 month.
33 Morris Smith Larceny of a
part of a ham vahn OS. lire goods
nd chattels of Wm, MostSen-
tenced lo receive 10 strokes of the
Tamarind rod.
Felix LoveBreach Cattle Act
as.
J
Arthur's Town San Salvador,
I3th August 1913.
The "Editor of The Tribune
Pear Sir,
Kindly allow me space in your
valuable colums to tell of an en-
tertainment which occurred on the
4th day of the present month.
At 10 a. m. the school-children
o'the Wcslcyan Methodist Sunday
School were gathered togrther at
the Chapel Rnd the Rev. L. New-
hold look the chair. The pro.
gramme wasa lengthy one and it
was well rendered. A'ti r the pro*
gramme was ended, rein ihm< ntt,
consisting of ekes lemonade, etc.,
wi re si rvi d and it was followed by
marching and singing until 7 p. ni,
I ii enti'i tainment would have
been more uccessful hui while 1 he
children were getting ready for the
grand lime, the new building was
on hind. \ building that is being
erected for the purpose of serving
Go I,
We hope thai the public will '
its very best rn issisiing to build
the temple of God,
I remain yours trulv
HERBERT E, MUNNIN IS
Secretary nf Weeleyan Sun lay
School.
"The Royal Band of Hope Uni-
on" s going to have an entertain-
il on the 14th of August at
"(l/ange Cre.."
Coin.- "fevery body", Coup- I
II. I'.. MUNNINGS President.
C. II. I*H IMPS in Chairman.
R. C. I h,\sSecretary
Mrs, Mizzanna Cleare is opening
a private school at Orange Creek
San Salvador.
CABLEGRAMS.
Sherbrooke, Canada, 30. New
York State made no step forward
today in its fight to return Harry
Thaw to Mattewan. He remains
in the Sherbrooke jail on a commit-
ment which will not bring him
into court until the kings Bench
convenes in October.
London, Ontario, JO.A fire-
bug with his torch levelled within
fir. hour today live of the western
fair buildings. The loss is
$ IOOO o.
London. 30. In an editr
concerning the situation belj
the United "-tales and Mexi
Spectator says today:
"In dealing with
dent Wilson wishes,,
effects ol cut
nounci


I 11 F I \i 1 !', II IV-
lether Preside
lie to merse fronrme
fs with credit it is im
'snv."
York, 30Lord Strath.
Ta, Canadian ll'ch Commission
er in England, arrived here from
Europe today. He is on his way Co
Montreal.
Panama, 30. heBritishcruis
NewZealand arrived here toda
Captain JHalscy and the officer
will he taken on an inspection
tnurof the Canal tomorrow.
Among the officers on board the
Warship is Lieut Prince (ieorfr,c of
Battenberg.
London, 30.Premi r Asquith
was attacked by suffragettes today
while he was c>lfing at Lossie
mouth, Scotland.
Two women suddenly appeared
on the qreen, rushed at bim, struck
him on the head with a book and
then proceeded to drag him about.
After sonic moments detectives
seized the women, taking them to
the Elgin police station.
The Hagii-, 30. The pi lace of
peace was inaugurated here this af-
ternoon.when the ceremony ol hand
ingjthe edifice over to the charge
of the Dutch foreign minister was
carried out in the great court in
the presence of Queen Wilhel.nina,
Dowager 'Queeft Emma and
prince Henry. They were sur-
rounded by a distinguished gath-
ering of persons prominent in all
the arts and sciences.
Alloa, Scotland, 30. A slight
earthquake in this vicinity last
night created great consternation
among the inhabitants, but no ma-
terial damage was caused.
N'ew York, 30.Conditions
which will govern the America's
Cup races of 1914 was announced
last night by the cup challenge
committee of the Nt-w York Yacht
Club, the issuance of which now
makes it a certainty that the series
will be held.
The bestcf five races will govern
tl series, the first of wh'Ch is
carded for September loth, the
second September rath and th"
third September 151I1. Futther
race- will he sailed on each fol-
lowing Thursday, Saturday and
Tuesday until finished.
street Sc.iv-
request that
barrels
their
Leach
\ be
71
Give Sunlight Soap n
A TRIAL.
No argument in favour of
Sunlight Soap is more con
Vtncing than a trial of the
Soap itself. Sunlight Soap
is made to help, and docs
help. It makes hard work
easy, saves rubbing
and scrubbing,an i
does the work
easily and well.
Sunlight Soap is
a good worker
and will save you
money, labour,
and clothes.
TRY IT.
\1 J\. would iform all who appie 1 Good Smoke tha* we flow
VV have on '. .i.d an extensive StiK I nl HAVAN \ CIGARS We
guarantee our brand fn be made of Ihr finest Havana and Sumatrf
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
I hese Ci 1 Nre manufactured on our premises bv skilled workmen
and gn I | nt in laken'to produce an aMirle <*T superior quality,
I he a. ess we have met with in the past I ads us confidently iccxpe. ;
the patronage of connoiseurs
|. I SAUNDERS & Co.
Ba\ Stri el.
CLEARANCE Sale.
A S Williams' the Shneman is
i "\ about to make a change in
thai part of his business known as
WILLfAMR'
NOVELTY STORE,
.{-1 Bay stie-t,
He will sell during the next
TMlKIY DAY-;
at t-T'-o 1 ly reduced prires tie1 entire*
Stock, c nsiMn'u f a large
vii i-ly ol Items ..I ( ieeei.il
Merchandise such as
Ladies Fancy Wimp Dresses
Mack and N ivy Blue Skirts
Honsehoid necessities and Cook-
ing Utensils, Fancy Article,
suitable for Xn.'is and Birth*
day Presents &c. &c.
II
NOTICE
\ \' I N (1 been appointed
AGENT for \l M'K> PINE-
U'I'LE FERTILIZER in
the Bahamas I am able to Supply
cusioiiiMs with same at manu<
lacuiers price which is f 44 per ton
of 8 harre|| or $5 s(- I" I arrel of
250 lb.. F. 0. B. Ni York,
Tins Fertilize, can also be ob-
ta 'iied through any commission
House in New York, or direct fiom
Maniii 11 11uteri at the same pi ice,
I s!p II he gbol 10 t 1 !<- nny one
desiilousitf seeing liie r sullsoli.
1 uie'd bom the ire of tins Ferti-
lizer to my cultivations m Nassau
which must coiivin e anyone that
Mapes Fertiliser is the kind beat
Suited to our soil for the giowing
of pineapples
WALTER K. MOORE.
COM I \\l) HAVE A LOOK
TO DAY, and
spend from 3 !. m \ to gr.eet
adv.mi iS
LS'
^ty Store
itreet, City
FOR RENT.
II o, >|.; Last Hay Street, at
1 present occupied by I'. P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st.
August.
/.pply to,
, WALTER K. MOORK.
Great R>doction
IN I'Uici -i Of Sewing
Machines
During the moitfh"!
August i tffo offer-
ing tin-" Bargains.
"New National" ;,t \ .,s.
""Ideal'" at \ 2s.
CHAS. B. ALBURY,
FOH dALE.
THE Buildin* back of
Riding G ilJeqr 38x38 feet ml
be remoyed. pphj to Zachary*
lav lor M and, r^AI nkel Sg
Kops
NON-ALCOHOUC
B.YEK4GES.
Ml. WD R'|( I, I.
\ .l.-liinni- I )i mk hn wed Mini
Hops 01111,1111:111; al| the tonic
value l all and Stout but n ith.
out the after effects, price nd,
bottle. ^s
LIME ill AM! M INE.
Pints '. SPARKI ING VALI NTO WINE.
Pint* 7'! P 1 dn/. 6s,
GINGER M.I &CINGERBEER
Pints fn!. P< r (In/ -,s
M'Kl IAL PRItfKS P.S I
( \sl-.s.
SOI I) \ 1 BLACK*
222 Bay !*t. and
HIE NASAU V.WDY
Kl iii) f.x.
"I. S. II. \(. K, Agent,
Notice.
'"T'HIS is to remind the Public
1 of the Old Stand [tL S. I.lli | ,
Ii mer Shop) East Bay Mre't,
winch is now uuder the Manage,
inent of
I U1ES \. EVANS
- o\TRA> IOR \M' JOINER
11 tod made CoiTins of evecv detu
cripfion, I am pn pared to give
V"'i ex.ftlci.t woik. Bet of refer,
ences. I',,1 turnmn etc., see us. We
guarantee to satisfy you and are
confident that we can suit vol..
he
s
EOR SALE.
AND ELY AMD
MO-rn'ITO NETS.
At THE SHAMROCK,
H. I. RUSSELJ,
Bay-street, City.
EOU SALE
HOL'SE and Lot on West St,
for particulars apply lo M.
I'.. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W.
1 ]2 St.New Yoik City.
WILLIAMS!
SHOES
ARE BETTER,
I


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