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T H 1: r R 1 B 1J NE D-day. So far as can be ascertainthere were no Fatalities, Two tbousan i persons are homeless. W lington, 6.—President Wil. on anrl Secretary Bryan haVi ptetl the|attitude that theelimi lation of Heurta from the presi"entinl race in Mexico, is assured aid that the first stop toward the Btablishment of peace in Mexico _ias heen accomplished. This was the declaration to-day of adminis* ration officials. :LEARANCE Sale. i S William-' the Shoeman is about to make a change in hat part of Ins business known as Wll LIAMS' %  II. I V' ST( (RE, : Baj street, He will sell during tl^ next THIRTY DAI S t greatly reduced prices the entire Stock, consisting l ic<. 1 RIBUNE 01 FICI A treel Scai • 1 rebj request thaj I' will havi bi rre S at thei : 1I1 HI noon eacl lay. B "'" %  mighl '' %  .I'd 1 mm I %  h K. G. MALCOLM. \ u N. P. 1 Japeneo SANITARY WASHABLE PAINT To BE MIXED WITH WATER, In White, Grey, Pink and Green, 7 II). Tins at 3s. 6d. I Prefix Enamels AS-' >R lll Cl L( II RS in Tins at I 1 -., is. i('i.. If, '. Star Vacuum Flasks IN TWO SIZES PINTS AND QUARTS. Fur Sale by CHAS I. ILMJRY. IT7R would .form all wh.. appi '.'^A^ .-i •< %  %  W have on b_.nd an extensive Slock ol HAVANA UGARj guarantee our brand to be made of th I 1 Havaoa and u Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout, MIUA ...rbm#n Th, L Clears are manufactured oa out premises by skilled workmi andgr. I pains % %  taken to produce an article of w^riorqo. I v. The success we have met w.th in the p ist had. usconf.dentK toeapeci the patronage of connoiseura. SA UNDER* A Co. IV,\ Street. NO IK 1 T Cl EMI S r ( LEOPHAS \ [ '1 I.NI'.i >R< flit .11 hereby ap paint %  Iher 1 lerl ert A. At. 1 >nbnrnuKh '" •"'' '" r me ;,s 1 %  ,n and lo transact all busfj ness in my name to ihe wi Ifaie 11 m\ In ten '. n-d) 1(1 I .')|MI\\ 1 1 INB< ROI Kops REPUDIATION. All penom are hereby warned tli it, my w ife Liu laS in Is h iving te I me and my home, I t ill not l"responsible (" r any 1 wli.iitracted by her. ZEPIIANIAH SAND* Fresh Just Arrived NOTU E H AVING been appointed AGENT for MAPES PINE. APPLE FERTILIZER ifl tha Bahamas I am able t< supply customers with same at manu. Facturen price which is $44 pi 1 ton ol B banels 01 I5 w>. per barrel <>f 250 lbs, F. O. B. New York. I Ins Fertilizei can also l)* 1 obtained through any commission House io New York, <>r direct from Manufacturers at the same price. I si, ,11 1 I to t ike anv one desi, i"no| pinjj the r iilts ob. 1 ,,. 1 from the ue "I Ibis FeitlI17.fr 10 my cultivation* in Nnu which must convin e anyone lhat M ipes Fertiliser is the kind besl I t'> our s>nl f,>r the growing WALTER KMOORE. () NION SEEDS from I enerifl %  and all ml 1 ibleSeedi AT rOOTES. in ) H %  S| FOR SALE H -.K and Lot ..,i West St. fr particulars ipply lo M. K. 1 1 ,n or Mich iel Ryan, 13s • \r.V Y II k I It* w \V. A. M \ I 1 NDER 1 Us D ESIRES t,> infon li friends a,„i the Public ih ; ha* JUNI rei eitred 1 cmtip '"" facilities for the IniMiies* "I which places him in • > P" H t his care with • 1 despatch ; and re 1 • fully sol 11 it> tin ir prttionag iet my Prices Bral and prove 1 1, I t 1 "" 1 are the very lowest for Rrl claw work. FOR SALE. S AND FLY WD MOSQUITO NETS. At THE SH VMROCK, !l. |. PUSSELI Bnv-ttreet, Cit> no;;. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. \M \ I'll. I ink brewed from 1 |np* en • pi ice I li'iitle. LI Ml 1 H wi' iNE. 1 1 :' %  : SPAUKI INC. V.M.I NTO WINE. Pini 7'i 1 GINGF.R ALI&C.INGER Bl ER Pint* fi I, Pi 1 doa 5s. SPI l I \l. PRICES l;Y 1 III C \>l S. SOLD A'l BLACK'S %  Ba) St. and ri II-". S \\r CANDY KITCHEN, ll. S. BLACK, Agi nt. NOTICE. ""T"*!!!^ is to in orm my Patrons 1 am\ the Public in ieneral tlnii I i %  opened my Public id.I, k S nh Shop; ami am now to do anything in the line "f Geoeial repair 01 now work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. I'. A. rinvlor, 4 Bay Mrei Last (Whatf) FOR RENT! I I i), SE "i, 1. ist \':w Street, at I pn •• nt o< 1 upied by B. P. Sturrup Esq. possession given ist. Xu^'llst. %  •pplv t". WALTER K. MOORE.



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Nullivis ; No. 242 tON i n i-l I I C II, r.ll IN tail I' k'f'KII I <>H Oi'-Kin s 44 M IKKRT STBRBT Mas HI N. i'.. F.AMA %  i . U |>l rlLISHLU i Mftnday, Vednesdaj and Friday— ••I n ; %  l> '"| \ i I. I n I rhu %  da* an Satiifda) Weakly il'l I tbiy iH Quarter)* *• Half VMIII Be. rVai.y .. i* I'\V \ri.: IN ADVANCE. \ tiain • Rail ip %  %  %  line | • tioii; three pence pel line for jecond insertion; and one penny per for subeNfosnt insertions. Uvertieementi under eight line* -is. Tli.' Board .>f Public Works has handed nv-i the Botanic Station wi'h jis appropriation <>f C xno f,.r ii i upk< i', t I he newly .i| pointed H iard ol Vgi iculti re, Jl I h.' arbitrators on case of F, F.. C. Hotel Company's claim nre at work. Light* are on frequently in I hen ffice <-f R. II. Cutrj and Brn„ w here they meet. > he Motor v icht "'R inj|ei" lefl hen "ii Saturday mitht at ten o'clock, fni 1 nrpum Hay, having been chartered by I imntliy Culmi r, I' • i| in take an impm tanl bus |i ner to I Inn J. W Culmi r, Messrs lobn VV. niirse became detached from the carriage in time to save the life of the young "tot." 'I ha n< w Strest.*we< ping end watering Contractor, is i! ng In* work well, ami pie m publjc. \\V KWII i'i Iv h |i" ll ihr" will continue, did not I if l|. : %  i>f ",\ [W I dwei p ug clean I he Street Sweeping machine is still lying mi Union SM-ei I Abutini'i.i, u lii'ic ii w.is '! %  posit i'i by the reliiing contractor. II Ihis exprnsii f %  i.,. ; ine \t nol going in l>e used shortly, we ihink it would I" 1 well, in have il rein<>ved, cleaned, |i tinted, oiled nnd itoied aw H\ fo future service, li is a waste ol the people's money to allow it in re in tin ;is, and whi re, it is, and thus gi i to decay, It is n s*i vices lime ami worth taking pri pei %  are of. Capt. Christopher Brown sold his residence up East, last week to \|is. Reho i Siiunders of "Beulah House" foi i'i", We are informed ll at Captain Brown a ill resign his position .is Capl mi ol the "I o nia"' .iinl make Ins ri e in T ronto, i Canada i le hat i son and daughter there now, aatisfar, v employed, ;• 11 • I Ins inten is ii, follow Idem in ,\|ii i l next. i 'apt William Ranger, we regret to learn ii unwell, and we hop l i he will soon recover, an" I out aniongsi ns again. J A man arrived from Palmetto Point yesterday, with his leg badU shattered by guiwshnts. It wa loo bad to be saved and h id to be removed, immediatelv, 'it the I los> pi Uil. FIRE Yi stcrdi \ ahnul m on, the house of Mr. Caetit Weech, at FOB Hill, was entirety destroyed by lire, CABLEGR VMS. London, 3.—The Anglo* American Exposition to I" held in London in October, 10,1.1, In celebrate tne century of peace ami the progress of the arts, sciences and industries of tne United States and the British Empire", is the subject of a letter published in this roomings newspaper signed by the Dul.u of Tei 1.. President of tne exposition: Lord Strathcona, I -< 1 Blyth and others Intending exhibitors are asked to communicate early. The sign ei of the l< ttei say. "International friendship is never so durable as when roo*< d in reciprocal trade and the trei d of political events in the United St.it. s promis s an exceptional opportunity to our nianufactui era in tins respect". S mdiego Cil. 6th.— Lieut. Love was instantly killed to-day when In... plunge I joo fe<*t to the ground at the annv aviation school near here. Swinemuende, Germany 6.—The Russi in t 11 pedo boat destroyer N vik established a record when she attain id a maximum speed of 37.3 knots on her trials here to-day London 6.—The Karl of Carrick is about to appear on the London vau leville il 1 :<• in a one act play. I.mil Carri k is one ol socii li verest amateur actors, Sigmaringen, Germany 6.— Manuel, the former king of PortuA^S married here this morning ti. l*i in-s. Augustine Victoria, Coatieook, 6.—Harry Thaw will ndui %  '1 before the full kind's li, appeal side,at Montreal on Si ptember 15th. Two of his Conn s-l to-day obtained a double writ, Habeas 'oipus and prohibition at Montreal and whirled in a special tram to Coaticook, where not long lifore the immigration authorities had ordered I haw's deportation from the Dominion. Naau'ort,N. C. 9.—Wool re ceived here to-day that no loss ol life occurred in Pamlico 9 >un I during the terrific storm Wednesday night. I "he property dam will extend into I he thousands. Hot Springs Ark, 6.— Ten million dollars is Ibe estimated property loss caused by %  fire winch Swept a path through this pi ice _L


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Nullivis ; Ilrmi! bound 10 sueivr to the Uojmivs of no Master.
VOL. X.
N&ssnu. N. P., Bahamas. Monday. September H. 19l>
No. 242
tON i n i-l I I C II,
r.ll IN tail I' k'f'KII I <>H
Oi'-Kin s 44 M IKKRT STBRBT
Mas hi N. i'.. F.ama i
. U
|>l rlLISHLU i
Mftnday, Vednesdaj and Friday
I n ; l> '"| \ i I.
I n I rhu da* an Satiifda)
Weakly .......-il'l
I tbiy ......i- H
Quarter)* ........**
Half VmiIi Be.
rVai.y .. i*
I'\V \ri.: IN ADVANCE.
\ tiain Rail ip line
' | tioii; three pence pel line
for jecond insertion; and one penny per
for subeNfosnt insertions.
Uvertieementi under eight line* -is.
Tli.' Board .>f Public Works has
handed nv-i the Botanic Station
wi'h jis appropriation <>f Cxno
f,.r ii i upk< i', t I he newly .i| -
pointed H iard ol Vgi iculti re,
Jl
I h.' arbitrators on case of F, F..
C. Hotel Company's claim nre at
work. Light* are on frequently in
I hen ffice <-f R. II. Cutrj and Brn
w here they meet.
>
! he Motor v icht "'R inj|ei" lefl
hen "ii Saturday mitht at ten
o'clock, fni 1 nrpum Hay, having
been chartered by I imntliy Culmi r,
I' i| in take an impm tanl bus
|i ner to I Inn J. W Culmi r, Messrs
lobn VV. nii (ink the opportunity ol 'visiting
home' by this boat,
M-. T, G, Winson's carriage
knocked down a young child of Mr.
VV. \. Grist, i'i l3owdewell Streel
on "saturd iv afternoon. The chilli's
arm mi found slightly injured
when examined by the Doctor.
On Sunday afternoon, the child
ol Mr. Alexander Johnson can e
near being kriled, by the carriage
owned by Capt Christopher Brown
It appears that the horse took
fright, and ran off in the nuilst of
name childien going from Sun-
day School, but, foitunarely, the
harness gave way jswi at the right
moment an I the h >rse became de-
tached from the carriage in time
to save the life of the young "tot."
'I ha n< w Strest.*we< ping end
watering Contractor, is i! ng In*
work well, ami pie m publjc.
\\V KWII i'i Iv h |i" ll ihr" will
continue, did not I if l|.
: i>f ",\ [W I
dwei p ug clean "
I he Street Sweeping machine is
still lying mi Union SM-ei I Abut-
ini'i.i, u lii'ic ii w.is '! posit i'i by
the reliiing contractor. II Ihis ex-
prnsii f i.,. ; ine \t nol going in l>e
used shortly, we ihink it would I"1
well, in have il rein<>ved, cleaned,
|i tinted, oiled nnd itoied aw h\ fo
future service, li is a waste ol the
people's money to allow it in re
in tin ;is, and whi re, it is, and thus
gi i to decay, It is n s*i vices
lime ami worth taking pri pei
are of.
Capt. Christopher Brown sold
his residence up East, last week to
\|is. Reho i Siiunders of "Beulah
House" foi i'i", We are informed
ll at Captain Brown a ill resign his
position .is Capl mi ol the "I o -
nia"' .iinl make Ins ri e in
T ronto, i Canada i le hat i son
and daughter there now, aatisfar-
,v employed, ; 11 I Ins inten
is ii, follow Idem in ,\|iiil next.
i 'apt William Ranger, we regret
to learn ii unwell, and we hop
l i he will soon recover, an" I
out aniongsi ns again.
j
A man arrived from Palmetto
Point yesterday, with his leg bad-
U shattered by guiwshnts. It wa
loo bad to be saved and h id to be
removed, immediatelv, 'it the I los>
pi Uil.
FIRE Yi stcrdi \ ahnul m on,
the house of Mr. Caetit Weech, at
Fob Hill, was entirety destroyed
by lire,
CABLEGR VMS.
London, 3.The Anglo*
American Exposition to I"- held
in London in October, 10,1.1, In
celebrate tne century of peace
ami the progress of the arts, sci-
ences and industries of tne Uni-
ted States and the British
Empire", is the subject of a let-
ter published in this roomings
newspaper signed by the Dul.u
of Tei 1.. President of tne exposi-
tion: Lord Strathcona, I -< 1
Blyth and others
Intending exhibitors are asked
to communicate early. The sign
ei of the l< ttei say.
"International friendship is
never so durable as when roo*< d
in reciprocal trade and the trei d
of political events in the United
St.it. s promis s an exceptional
opportunity to our nianufactui
era in tins respect".
S mdiego Cil. 6th.Lieut. Love
was instantly killed to-day when
In- ... plunge I joo fe<*t to
the ground at the annv aviation
school near here.
Swinemuende, Germany 6.The
Russi in t 11 pedo boat destroyer
N vik established a record when
she attain id a maximum speed of
37.3 knots on her trials here to-day
London 6.The Karl of Carrick
is about to appear on the London
vau leville il 1 :< in a one act play.
I.mil Carri k is one ol socii
, li verest amateur actors,
Sigmaringen, Germany 6.
Manuel, the former king of Portu-
a^s married here this morning
ti. l*i in-- s. Augustine Victoria,
Coatieook, 6.Harry Thaw will
ndui '1 before the full kind's
li, appeal side,at Montreal on
Si ptember 15th. Two of his Conn
s-l to-day obtained a double writ,
Habeas '- oipus and prohibition at
Montreal and whirled in a special
tram to Coaticook, where not long
lifore the immigration authorities
had ordered I haw's deportation
from the Dominion.
Naau'ort,N. C. 9.Wool re
ceived here to-day that no loss ol
life occurred in Pamlico 9 >un I
during the terrific storm Wednes-
day night. I "he property dam
will extend into I he thousands.
Hot Springs Ark, 6. Ten mil-
lion dollars is Ibe estimated pro-
perty loss caused by fire winch
Swept a path through this pi ice
_L


T H 1: r R 1 B 1J NE
D-day. So far as can be ascertain-
there were no Fatalities, Two
tbousan i persons are homeless.
W lington, 6.President Wil.
on anrl Secretary Bryan haVi
ptetl the|attitude that theelimi
lation of Heurta from the presi-
"entinl race in Mexico, is assured
aid that the first stop toward the
Btablishment of peace in Mexico
_ias heen accomplished. This was
the declaration to-day of adminis*
ration officials.
:LEARANCE Sale.
i S William-' the Shoeman is
about to make a change in
hat part of Ins business known as
Wll LIAMS'
. II.I V' ST( (RE,
: Baj street,
He will sell during tl^ next
THIRTY DAI S
t greatly reduced prices the entire
Stock, consisting variety of items ol General
Merchandise such as
Fancy Wh le D
Black and Navy Blue Skirts
Household necessities and. Cook-1
ing I ite isils, Fancy Articles
. ni d Birth-
day Presents &c. Sec.
COME AND HAVE A LOOK
TO DAY, and
spend from 3d. to I to great
adv mtag
Williams'
Novelty Store
|32t Bay-street, City
DO YOU REALISE
the importance of pure Soap ?
Do you know that
Sunlight Soap
make clothes whiter, and work
lighter? True economy
use a pure Soap. Sunligl
Soap is guaranteed
pure, therefore can-
not destroy your
clothes. Preserve
your clothes hy
using Sunlight Soap.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
Port Sunlight, England.
IT*
\V \\ II. I)
AT ONCE. \ ParlouwMa
Apply at Intelligt 1 w
The'^Tribune-'
V. Wll 1'.
\i once \ roak. M'l'l.V \
id, [in pnret >l ic<.
1 ribune 01 fici
Atreel Scai
1 rebj request thaj
I' will havi bi rre
S at thei
: 1I1 hi noon eacl
lay. B "'" mighl ''
.I'd 1 mm I ' h
K. G. MALCOLM.
\ u N. P.
' 1

Japeneo
SANITARY WASHABLE
PAINT
To BE MIXED WITH WATER,
In White, Grey,
Pink and Green,
7 II). Tins at 3s. 6d.
I Prefix Enamels
AS-' >R lll Cl L( II RS
in Tins at
I1-., is. i('i.. If, '.
Star Vacuum Flasks
IN TWO SIZES
PINTS AND QUARTS.
Fur Sale by
CHAS I. ILMJRY.
IT7R would .form all wh.. appi '.'^a^ .-i <
W have on b_.nd an extensive Slock ol HAVANA UGARj
guarantee our brand to be made of th I 1 Havaoa and u
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout, miua ...rbm#n
Th,L Clears are manufactured oa out premises by skilled workmi
andgr. I pains taken to produce an article of w^riorqo. I v.
The success we have met w.th in the p ist had. usconf.dentK toeapeci
the patronage of connoiseura. sa UNDER* A Co.
IV,\ Street.
NO IK 1 .
T Cl EMI S r ( LEOPHAS \
[ '1 I.NI'.i >R< flit .11 hereby ap
paint Iher 1 lerl ert A. At.
1 >nbnrnuKh '" "'' '"r me ;,s 1
,n and lo transact all busfj
ness in my name to ihe wi Ifaie 11
m\ In ten '.
n-d)
1(1 I .')|MI\-
\ 1 1 INB< ROI
Kops
REPUDIATION.
All penom are hereby warned
tli it, my w ife Liu laS in Is h iving
te I me and my home, I t ill
not l"- responsible ("r any 1
wli.i- itracted by her.
ZEPIIANIAH SAND*
Fresh Just Arrived
NOTU E
HAVING been appointed
AGENT for MAPES PINE.
APPLE FERTILIZER ifl
tha Bahamas I am able t< supply
customers with same at manu.
Facturen price which is $44 pi 1 ton
ol B banels 01 I5 w>. per barrel <>f
250 lbs, F. O. B. New York.
I Ins Fertilizei can also l)*1 ob-
tained through any commission
House io New York, <>r direct from
Manufacturers at the same price.
I si, ,11 1 I to t ike anv one
desi, i"n- o| pinjj the r iilts ob.
1 ,,. 1 from the ue "I Ibis Feitl-
I17.fr 10 my cultivation* in Nnu
which must convin e anyone lhat
M ipes Fertiliser is the kind besl
I t'> our s>nl f,>r the growing
WALTER K- MOORE.
()
NION SEEDS from I enerifl
and all ml 1 ibleSeedi
AT rOOTES.
in ) H '. S|
FOR SALE
H-.K and Lot ..,i West St.
fr particulars ipply lo M.
K. 11 ,n or Mich iel Ryan, 13s
\r.V Y II k I It*
w
\V. A. M \ I
1 NDER 1 Us
DESIRES t,> infon li friends
a,i the Public ih.....; ha*
JunI rei eitred 1 cmtip '"" '
facilities for the IniMiies* "I "
which places him in >
P" H.....t 11,.i) i rntru-te, t,> his care with
, 1 despatch ; and re 1
fully sol 11 it> tin ir prttionag iet
my Prices Bral and prove 1 1, I t1""1
are the very lowest for Rrl claw
work.
FOR SALE.
SAND FLY WD
MOSQUITO NETS.
At THE SH VMROCK,
!l. |. PUSSELI ,
Bnv-ttreet, Cit>
no;;.alcoholic
BEVERAGES.
\M \ I'll.
I ink brewed from
1 |np* en

, pi ice I '
li'iitle.
LI Ml 1 H wi' iNE.
, 1 1 :' :
SPAUKI INC. V.M.I NTO WINE.
Pini 7'i 1
GINGF.R ALI- &C.INGER Bl ER
Pint* fi I, Pi 1 doa 5s.
SPI l I \l. PRICES l;Y 1 III
C \>l S.
SOLD A'l BLACK'S
Ba) St. and
ri II-". S \- \r CANDY
KITCHEN,
ll. S. BLACK, Agi nt.
NOTICE.
""T"*!!!^ is to in orm my Patrons
1 am\ the Public in ieneral
tlnii I i opened my Public
id.I, k S nh Shop; ami am now
, to do anything in the line "f
Geoeial repair 01 now work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
I'. A. rinvlor,
4 Bay Mrei Last (Whatf)
FOR RENT!
II i), SE "i, 1. ist \':w Street, at
I pn nt o< 1 upied by B. P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given ist.
Xu^'llst.
pplv t".
WALTER K. MOORE.


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