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THE TRIBUNE Zhe TErfbune Thursday. September II. 1913 The "Nassau Guardian" did well on Saturday to give Mr. Harcourt's speech on the Colonies practically in full. The speech is packed with valuable information and makes us realize that on the wholethe West Indies are on the up grade so far as trade is concerned. 1 he "'Guardian'' seems also to recognize that a Radical itatesman like Mr. Harcourt can take a genuine and intelligent and even fruitful interest in the development of the Colonies. While we believe that Mr. Chamberlain's scheme of Imlerial Preference was a vain Iream, we gladly recognize the ct that Mr. Chamberlain, by lis evidont desire to develop our oloniescommercially initiated new order of things, and Mr [Harcourt is a very worthy suelessor to him in that respect. The British elector has recognized that Imperial Preference means a tax on food which the poorer classes cannot stand, and the Unionists have been forced to postpone consideration of that part of their policy, which postponement means death. By the way. The Chesterfield by-election lias resulted in a •weeping victory for the Liberal and Labour candidate in a three-cornered fight, in spite of the fart that the Labour party refused to endorse such a can didnture. The winner in the fight heartily accepted the help of the local Liberal Association ind that turned the Labour Party leaders against him. j The "Guardian" pays a well deserved tribute to Mr. Chipman's work at the Toronto Exhibition. Mr. Chipman certainly seems to be making good Mis tongue has not lacked exercise of late. Perhaps at the close of the Exhibition he will led forced to take a temporary vow I silence. To answer the quer of the throngs that have been ely around him must have It a severe tax on hit vocal /ers! J *ie Mails per Mail Steamer %  lancia" will be closed tof\v at io o'clock not u :k as previi uslv notified. The Motor "Frances E" left Miami to-day for Nassau with II passengers and JO bags of mail and is expected to arrive tomorrow -r We have been requested to announce that a Special Service in connection with the 37th anniversary of "Kxcelsior" Lodge, I. O. G. T. will be held in Zion Baptist Church by the Rev. Charles A. Dann on Sunday 14th at 7:30 p.m. Members on the Inactive List are specially invited to attend. Ex-members of the Lodge, members of the W. C. T. U., and other Total Abstained e Socie ties, any who have taken the Total Abstinence obligation and Friends of Temperance generally are earnestly invited to attend; and t lie general public are cordially welcome. • Programme () f The Police Hand 8:15. Concert this evening at 1. 2. 3456. 78. March "Motor Cycle" Barn Dance "Happy Coons" Valse "Gipsy Life" Intermezzo "A stroll through Cm in" Rag Step "Koonville K lonlets" Graceful Dance "My Lily Dainty" Valse "Jreue" One Step "Hitchv Koo" God Save the King. W. COEN, Bandmaster. Wemvs's Bight Sept 4th, 1913. Editor Tribune Sir, Kindly allow us space to thank Messrs. John Drudge and Mn tinas Bethel (their wives as well) for their benevolence to our schools. Some time it] July they visited usand having so far ; proven our state of efficiency endeavoured to give us a I I which we have received and en 1 joyed very thankfully. We do assure them that they shall ev< 1 be remembered by us —we'll always entertain a respect for them 'and for every one who would encourage us by even a word. The day on which Mr. Cooper gathered us to partake of what was prepared for us there were 1 addresses recitations and songs rendered; and at the conclusion we all felt refreshed in mind and body. If all visitors take the shape of Drudge and Bethel w< may anticipate "a goodtime" Thanking them again for their kindness and you for space allowed. We air, d< ar sir, Yours sincerely RUPERT KNOWLES, Pupil Teacher, three Monitors and 188 scholais Governor's Harbour, Fleuthera. 1st Sept., 11)13. Dear Mr. Editor : Please allow me space in your valuable paper to make known to the public how the Grand Festival, given by the Baptist Sunday School of this place, came off. 1 he gathering was called to order by the Superintendent, Mr. Thomas Demeritte, the opening hymn being "Blessed Spirit rest we pray," which was followed witli a prayer by the Pastor, Rev. Jeremiah I lemeritte. Thomas I' mei itte, Superintendent; Rev. J. Demeritle, Chairman; luomas Henry Dement te, Secretary. The Reciti i .\ ere : Benjamin Heel, Veronica Punier, Emma Reta Bethel, Ag nes Micklewhite, Sj berleen Demeritte, Ellen I 'etneritte, Lily Demeritte, Rosilla Johnson, Rhoda Farringl >n, Alice Demeritte, Sarah I lemeritte, Sarah Demeritte, Eliza Stubbs (also a solo), Arnold I lemei itte, Burton Cambridge, Daniel Demeritte, S icred 11\ mn by Rev. J. Dene ritte. Exercise by Mrs. Thomas I >emeritte's clas. Recitations : -Janer Rolle, Myrtle Saunders, I LI la Micklewhite, Shirley Bod Numerical Solu by Jas. W Pindi 1. Solo by Nathaniel Demeritte. Recitation -Eva Evans. Solo—Carnetta I demeritte. Song and Solo—Maty Ann Hudson. Recitation -Alma Demeritte. Dialogue—Carnetta and Arnet Demeritte. Reoil 1! ions Laura Dnnenite, Irene Curry, Ramona Bethel, Alu e Ii -tliel, A met Demeritte, (and hymn), I liana Demo ritte (and hy mil I, Francis. 1 Rolle, Laxie Hinder, Howaid Demeritte, Ella Micklewhite, Hilda Furrington, Enterpe Carey, Ethel I lolbert. Exercise by Diana Demeritte's class. Among the visitors were the Rev. G. II. Poad, Mis. Leonard Edge, Delpha Cooper and Mr. Daniel Culmer, who aidressed the congregation. The Programme be ng ended, the jrowil marched back and forth through the town singing songs of praise, during which time preparations were made for feasting. Prizes were awarded the Senior class as follows : — 1st, Hilda Far ring ton ; and, Burton Cambridge; 3rd, Sarah Demeritte :4th, Hilda Micklewhite; 5th. Shirley Bode ; 6th, Mvrtle Saunders ; 7th, Jas. W. Binder ; 8th, Lillian Demeritte. Thanking you for pace, I am. dear Sir, SPECTATOR. To the Editor of the Tribune Sir. Asa membei of the community 1 would ask the following questions. Who can the public report to the police office for the high bush that is in the streets and the awful stench that one smells around the city especially at night when the Inspector of Nuisances can repoft one for any trifling tiling in a yard where one lives according to Ins or the C. to. 1 )'s. fancy ? Yours INQUIRER. P. S. The bush in s unc of the streets is six ft. high. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Capt. W. B Haddon Smith has been nominated temporarily a Trustee of the Public Library. HIM H.G. Male ilmK.C.and Dr. J. B Albury have been t< m i o.uilv appointed to the Board of Health. The following have been nominated Trustees of Public Libraries — I lope Town Abaco.—Rev. G. VV. Demaiiie, Mr. John Curry, Rock Sound, Eleuthera W. (',. Albury Esq. Mr. \. II. Curry. An Order in Counc 1 granting a pension of £ Il6: 13 : .} to |.ones Austin Thompson Esq. late Postmaster is published. Foreign Mails per Mail Steam1 1 "Vigilancia" will be closed on Friday is Sept. at io o'clock. Interinsular Mails for Harbour Isld., Spanish Wells Eieuthera ; Andros ; Abaco; Exunia; Long Isld ; Port Howe, Sail Salvador, Rum Cay, and Wat



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V THE TRICU Nfc linK Island will be closed on Friday 22 Sept. at 2 o'clock'. List of unclaimed letters remaining it. Hie Tost Ollice ib publish* ed. Tenders are called for until noon of Friday the 12th. "To remake the road in Char lotte Street and to improve the side drains. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" The Secretary of State for t he Colonies has approved of the appointment of Mr. D maid I I'p >wen to be Sanitary Inspector The Governor has been informed that Mis Majesty the King will not be advisi d to ev< t nor in Council to make provifor 11 %  > t %  I accommodation in Nassau and a Steamship set vi e between Nassau and the State of Florida one of the United States of America and to enter into any contract in 1 1 I sary or incidental to such pur* poses. An Act to consolidate an 1 amend the law relating to the appointment of Local, District, and Special Constables and their duties and powers. An Act for preventing Tumults and Riotous Assemblies and for the speedy and effectual punishment ol Rioters. An Act relating to Money Lend ui'_;. An Act to give effect to the measures decided upon in the International opium Convention signed at the I lague on the 33rd day of. January 1913 and to regulate the importation into and stor.agc anil disposal of Opium, Morphine, Cocaine and similar drugs in the Colony. An Act to continue in force certain Acts which will expire with the present session of the Legislature. Applications will be received up to the 27th September for the appointment of Clerk 'o the Hoard "f Public Works for New Providi nee who shall also dig' charge the duti s of Clerk to the New Pi r. .ml of Health. The annual salary is £72 forms of applications may be obtained on application at the Colonial Secretary's Office. Mr. Thomas A. V, Munroe, Harbour Master has been appointed Keeper of the Government Store for explosives at the Magazine at Fort Charlotte. Miss Dora Thompson bat been appoint''.! an Acting Telephone Operator, The Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" arrived tins moroi ig from Havana with 6 passengers i' traruit for New York. CABLEGRAMMS September 1 tth i> 13. Tokio, a. -The anti-Chinese demonstrations continued today. The premier informed the political deputations which called on him that the government would not mobilize the army, hut intended to d< al with the Chinese problem with a firm hand Breslau, 9.—The annual grand maneuvrei of the I %  irman army opened today with Emperor William acting as supreme urnpi re. Washington, 9.—The senate will vote finally on the democratic tariff Inll to-morrow af ternoon, Washington, 9.—News that Dominican mmboats were shell ing the city "f Puerta Plata, endangering American lives and property caused hurry orders to go from here to day to the cruiser Desmoniesal Guantanamo The cruiser was expected tos;.il to night direct!) for Poerta Plata. Port de France, 9.—A series of earth shocks occurred here this morning. The shocks numbered 30, but no material dam age is reported. London,9.—Ambitious plans are being prepared to provide London with Grand Opera in a vast and magnificent theatre, which it is proposed to build. The scheme is being backed by several wealthy men. The largest house of entertainment in London with the exception ef the Albert Hall, is planned. It is to seat 4,000 per -on, and to cost nearly $1,350, 000. London, 9.—The Times Berlin correspondent wins; "Then* is nothing to confirm as vet the suggestion in the press that the govern mm t is considering its decision in regard to the Pana ma Pacific Exposi tion. Birmingham, 9.— From Scp tember loth to 17th annual meeting of the British Associati on will bring together here hun dreds of men prominent in van ous bran lies of science. These gatherings of the Bri tish Association have come to be reg irded as distinct milestones for the scientific world, and on this 0 1. new theories will, it is expected, be advanced and fresh discoveries announced. Sir Oliver Lodge will be the lent. INTERESTING FEATURES OF DEEPEST BORE HOLE The sinking of the deepest bore hole in the world, located at Czuchow.Silesia, and r< aching a depth of 7,350 ft, onumeil a total of S13 working days and cost (75,000, or ovi r $10 per foot. From l,88oft downward the boring was done with diamond drills, over 700 carats of diamonds being consumed. At a depth of 7,200 ft. the whole drilling outfit weighed over 15! tons. The total weight of the metal tubes with which the borehole is lined is no less than 280, 000 lb. Near tin' bottom of the hole the temperature registered 182 dec, K. TOBACCO VKRSUS THE BOY.—Judge Samuel I.. Black of the juvenile court, at a hear ing in thf ()lno Senate Chamber said, among othei things: "Dur111;.,' four years' experience looking after the so-called 'bad boy,' 1 am impn ssed with the fact that there is one thin.; making and contributing more to the bad bov 111 the cities of Ohio th in all other things combined, md that is the cigarette .. I believe that I am warranted in the Statement that cigarettes are making more of the criminals in the State of Ohio than is tho saloon %  I hare no doubt that as between alcohol and cocain, there is no comparison in results upon the human mind. The same comparison I believe is true, surely so far as my own exp> lien e is concerned, in the parallel between whisky and the cigarette ; the one can be cured, the Other seldom is. Cig nrelte smoking actually destroys 1 lie brain tissue of the growing hoy." Th se are strong words from a man in'a position to ob serve the effects of the cigarette upon a large number of boys, and his words are %  well worth pondering. Grand Opening! THE BUSY BEE SHOE STORE THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHOE STORE WILL BE OPENED ON Saturday 13th inst. UNDER THE BIG TREE lis Stock will comprise all iKe leading Styles and Grades of BOOTS AND SHOES direct from tho me.nufaoiorlea. The patronage of my kind friends and the public generally is Resfcectfnlly Solicited J. S. K TOWLES Manager. IMPERIAL O N Monday 15th at 8:15 p.rn will present a feature show in aid of BETHEL BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL Prices same as usual COLUMBUS COLLEGE. THE MIDDLE GRADE SCHOOL Founded 1900. T HE School course embraces modern and classical languages, History, Arithmetic, Euclid Algebra, l$o<>k keeping, Wilting and Drawing, Vocal Music, Sborl Han.I Mrchnnical Drawing by Specialists. Th* College opens AllgUSl 4II1 School Feel moderate. Apply to A. T. BETHEL. Undergradnate ^Cambridge University I



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THE TR1 B U NE little fruit in the evening, arc bet ter than three hearty meals. Man) would be benefited by eating i.nt two mealsa day, il suitable times for the meals could be arranged for. Fond is Frequently taken when there is not Sufficient energy t< carry forward the process ofdijres. tion, When fatigued or tired it i< bett to rest and recuperate befon eating, or else eat only that w will be a very little tax to the orpans of digestion. When exhausted after a bard day'sphysii al or men tal work, it would be wiser t< give the system the rest needed b> retirinp than to force upon it S load which it is in no condition tl utilize. The dull headaches and other ill feelings experienced or rifing in the morning, resultirtf from the decay of undigested food, may thus be avoided M wierati ti rcise in the open air is an BH to digestion, but violent exert is" should be avoided. Care should b< taken to keep 'lie (MNtniUewarm at all times, but especially at meal time. It ia duty to cultivate cheerful ness When seated mound thetabli spread with the bounties of life, thanks should be offered, not merHv at the beginning of th' meal, but all the way through Nothing of a depressing natun should be discussed. It should !> the most enjoyable occasion of tin day. If you are inclined to worn after meals lest you have a ten to( much, overcome this by making i mental selection of the fooi that is before you before beginning the meal, then eat accordingly; and when you leave the table. think no more about it. At all events, leave the food alone after you have eaten it ; it will digest better, even if a mistake hai been made in selection or in the quantity eaten. f have sometimes times thought that those who are well-to do and areconstantly worrvir.g aboutwhat they will eat or drink would great ly improve if more thought could de given by them to the pool who are worrying because they have not sufficient to eat. The satisfaction which somes by supplying the needs of the poor and afflicted is a wonderful tonic to the rogaflS ol digestion.—"Life and Health" THERE ARE REASONS why good housewives should use Sunlight Soup It is guaranteed absolutely pure, and therefore will not injure the clothes. It works for you, and at the same time saves you money. It is the best soap that skill and money can produce. (live it a trial anil you will be convinced of its value. ^^^^^ LEV Kit BROTHER! LIMITED. POKI HT, KNCJI.A.NI). II* I Fresh Just A^ivet O NION SE1 DS from Tenerifl and .ill "liter Vegetable Sreij AT TOOTES. 490. Hay St reel REPUDIATION. All persons are hereby Warned that, my wife I.uella Sands h iving leserted me and my home, 1 will tot be responsible fir any debts whatever, contradied by hi r. ZEPHANIAH SANDS. A S contractor for street Scavenging 1 hereby requt St that louseholders will have barrels >f yard sweeping&C, at their not later than noon each day. so that the same might be ived promptly. K. DAY 18th SEPT. at 8 o'clock, The programme will include BEAU BRUMMELL IN' THREE ACTS, and also A LAUGHABLE PARC1 Admission is. Refrehments_wi11 be so l d. WANTED. r once-A Cook. APPLY at the Intelligence Offi' >•. TRIBUNE OFFICE. FOR SALE H OUSE and Lot on West St. for particulars apply In M. E. Dean or Michael Ryan, 13s W. 132 St. New York City. FOR SALE. •"T^HE Building hick ..f Steam 1 Riding Gallery 38x38 feel In he removi d apply t" /. 11 harj Tavlor 8 and 10 Market St. \V. A. MATHER l NDF.R1 AKER D ESIRES t<> inform his friends an 1 the Public that I"has just received a complete outfit of facilities foi the business rtl an underi kei hlch pjai 1 him in a no % %  irry out Funerals that in iy h It ni-ted t'i Ins one with uystt ntan itch ; and respeci full) %  their patrna|| Gel my I-, ,-, 1 first A I p ove that they in iv lowest lor fust (lass work, FORfRENT. __ I I n. SK "ii East Bay Street, al 1 present occupied by P. P. rup I ->|. possession given tat. \ USt. ,| pi) t... WALTER K. MOORE. A W E would ifnrm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h-nd an eatensive Stock of HAVANA I IGARs. We %  uumteeour brand to be made of the finest Havana ami Mimatr, Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. .,„. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and gr.,.t pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The nil w e have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect ,,,,,, Nonage of connoiseurs. j. ,.. SALN ,KRS & C o Bav Street. CLEARANCE Salt J L \ s William the Shoemanf /\ about to make a cha that part ol liiI USineSS known Wll I IAMS' Ni iVEl 1\•-'inur, 321 Bay stic t, He %  -• %  iii sell lilting the nextfl IIHiv 1 V DAYS it greatly reduced prices th* Stock, consisting 1 f a la iety ol it::is ol < ii Merchai uch as I am y V\ hite Dresses. „ Rlack and Navy Blui Household D< cessities and ( nig Ulent il fancy ArtifM Suitable f'T Xmas and lirthl day Pr< sent* Ac. &c. COME AND IIAYI-. \ I .')<)Rl ro DAY, and pend from 3d, to JTI to Bresjfj 1 ta ge .it Williams' Novelty Store 3?t Bay-street, Citj Japeneo. SANITARY W tSHABLfl PAINT TO BE MIXED W nil \V\ If In Whit*, Grey, Pink and ireen, 7 ll> 1 ins at 3s. I Prefix Enamels ASS< IRTEI) COLOURS in Inis at 6d. is.. I~. Qd„ 2S. ful. Star Vacuum Flask l\ TWO SIZES PINTS AND QUARTS. Foi Sale l>v ( 11 \S, E. ALBUBY. Great Reduetio IN PRICES OF Sewin Machine* During the month • I August I am offer* ing these Bargains. "New National" at £\ 4s "Ideal" at £l 2S. iCHAS. E. ALBURY, FOR SALE. S AND FLY AND MOSQUITO NET! At THE SHAMROCK, H. J. RUSSELL jlav-stroet, Ci



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CD *9 CD CD - 0) a o NVJIIIUS oddlclus |urore In verba mo.gistrl. Being bound to sweivr to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau, N. P.. Bo.hB.mo-s. Thursday. September II. 1915 No. 24S LEON B 11. 1>1 PI I II, I I I l %  UK ASK I'KUPHII U I OrPIC • |8 M M IBKRT ^THIBET III N P I 11 M I', ii. Bni PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday a"' 1 Fridaj %  ingle copy ... 1 ,! Tuesday Thui Raturdaj tingle cop) ,cl Weekly 4H Monthly "' -t' 1 Quarterly ''• HalfYearlv Yeatly PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. A Iwi rtitii Rati • line fur first iii-.-i11< MI • i lim r.ii i cond interti ind i at, sinoy per line f"> (ubaaqui ameotl under i • <. DIGF.STIVE DISORDERS— THEIR rREATMENT D. II. Ktess, M. D, The chief thing in the tieatmant of digestive diseases ii diet. With proper diet, iuited to thecondition exi iting.nine tenths of the digestive disturbances disappear without medicinal treatment. Without a correct diet, medicinei and ether treatments accomplish nothing persoani nt, I his is evidently recognised by tlie vend, ois ol paten) medicine*. On the laI, is ol the bottle*, directions regarding the diet, are usually given, which, if followed, will often result in H cine. If recovery takes place, the glory, instead of being Riven to these wise directions, is given t<> the contents of the bottle. Many ol knees preparations afford temporary relief from the disagree* able symptoms which may exist. They do so, not by lessening tin; irritation, but by I Inllr naicoticn in fluence <>n thewallsof the stomach, WhentbelOBslnarcosis passes away, the nerve terminals shriek out loud er than before. This makes n tary a second dose.ll is a very easy matter to establish the patent medicine habit. Many are as virtually slaves to patent medicines as Others are '" whisky. In fact, it is usually tnc whisky in the patent medicines that these patients crave. If the chances in diet demanded on the label of the patent medicine b>'tles arc mad'', recovery is mure rapid and more permanent by placing thebottleon the shelf and keep ing it Corkei When ill', ration of the Stomai It exists, < omplete rest of the o is indicated. Food should be withI el I I ii from thr lays to that :, ndinu. upon the severit) of tin Later, n irritating foods should be given. It is unwise to wail until an nicer is formed and absolute rest of the organ is a mattei of necessitj for a period ol two v eeks or longer. 'I he better way is to take this n -t on the instalment plan, before this advanced stage of the disease is ied As stated before, there are premonitory symptoms, which appear anywhere from one month to ten years before ulceration occurs. I refer to the gnawing sensation in the pit of the stomach, the voracious appetite, and later the pain which appears from one to two hours after meals. All these indicate local irritation which, if unheeded, ultimately may lead i<> ulceration. When these symptoms ex ist, foods thai simulate the production so gastric juice should be guaragainst or used so iringly, also foods that tend to irritate the walls of the stomach, \inong these may be mentioned tbe I" e use ol %  ilt, sugar, jellies,coarse vegetables, and Graham bread. Vinegar, mustard, pepper, and such irritatants must he ..voided. The following foods m iv be used : Eggs, baked potatoes, cottage cheese, milk, cream, white bread ( in form of swieback preferably), ripe olives, nuts ( i f well masticated ) Olive-oil is [in gome cases, perhaps. ED] more b neficial than butter. When the gastric juice is deficient it will be indicated by the dated tongue, bad breath, and symptoms of autointoxication, as headaches, insomnia, and nei vouiness. I od thai are rich fn protein material and foods that readily un0 decay should be guarded against. Among these may be moiitioned meats of all kinds, fats, especially butter, free use of I nuts, beans, and peas. I he foods which are especially indicated ate well baked Cereal foods; sweet fruits, as figs, prunes, raisins, grapes, well-ripened bananas, dates also subacid and acid fruits | these are best taken at or neai the close, of the meat) ; baked potatoes string-beans, tjreeii peas, com, raw celery, cabbar/c slnw,' lettuce. It is best to use the vegetables at one meal and the fruits, i ft and breads at another. A day occasionally given up to the exclusive use of fresh fruits is helpful in these cases It is important that loods should be relished ; for a keen relish is one oi the best means of Stimulating the production of a superior quality of gastric juice. More attention should be given to attractiveness than to the use of c iarse foods, which merely cause local irritation and the production of an inferior qualitv of gastric juice at best. When there is an excessive amount of gastric juice due to stomach irritation, a certain amount of liquid at meals is benefi aal, since it dilutes the acid and lessens irritation. There is no Iiquid better than cold water. When there is a deficiency of gastric juice and digestion is slow, it is best to drink very little at meal time. [Not always.— ED.] The use of an orange, some pineapple, grapefruit, or some other subacid or acid fruit at or near the close of the meal quenches the thirst and at the same tin) supplies the acid which in the presence of the |iep>m is an aid in the Jigesti >n of the proteins. In aP forms of indigestion or dyspepsia tune must be taken thoroughly to masticate the food. The saliva is B valuable digestive nt. It aids in the digestion of starchy foods and also neutralises the acidity of the stomach contents in cases where there exists an excessive production of gastric juice. Improper mastication is probably a chief dietetic cause of all forma of indigestion and dyspepsia. It causes mechanical irritation of the wnllsol the stomach delays digestion, and favois fermentation and putrefaction. It is also responsible 'or over eating. Without proper masticatian there is insufficient digestive stimulus. Food should not be eaten be. tween meals. If three meal are taken, the eveningjmeaisshould be light. Two meals, with tnetely a —^i—— (Continued on fourth page.)


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NvjIIIus oddlclus |urore In verba mo.gistrl.
Being bound to sweivr to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau, N. P.. Bo.hB.mo-s. Thursday. September II. 1915
No. 24S
LEON B 11. 1>1 PI I II,
I I I lUK ASK I'KUPHII U I
OrPIC |8 m M IBKRT ^THIBET
III N P I 11 M .
I', ii. Bni
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday a"'1 Fridaj
ingle copy ... 1,!-
Tuesday, Thui Raturdaj
tingle cop) ........ ,cl
Weekly ..... 4H
Monthly ......."' -t'1
Quarterly ...... ''
HalfYearlv .......
Yeatly
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
A Iwi rtitii Rati line
fur first iii-.-i11 r.ii i cond interti.....ind i at, sinoy per
line f"> (ubaaqui
ameotl under i <.
DIGF.STIVE DISORDERS
THEIR rREATMENT
D. II. Ktess, M. D,
The chief thing in the tieatmant
of digestive diseases ii diet. With
proper diet, iuited to thecondition
exi iting.nine tenths of the digestive
disturbances disappear without
medicinal treatment.
Without a correct diet, medi-
cinei and ether treatments accom-
plish nothing persoani nt, I his is
evidently recognised by tlie vend,
ois ol paten) medicine*. On the la-
I, is ol the bottle*, directions re-
garding the diet, are usually given,
which, if followed, will often re-
sult in h cine. If recovery takes
place, the glory, instead of being
Riven to these wise directions, is
given t<> the contents of the bottle.
Many ol knees preparations afford
temporary relief from the disagree*
able symptoms which may exist.
They do so, not by lessening tin;
irritation, but by I Inllr naicoticn in
fluence <>n thewallsof the stomach,
WhentbelOBslnarcosis passes away,
the nerve terminals shriek out loud
er than before. This makes n
tary a second dose.ll is a very easy
matter to establish the patent
medicine habit. Many are as virtu-
ally slaves to patent medicines as
Others are '" whisky. In fact, it is
usually tnc whisky in the patent
medicines that these patients crave.
If the chances in diet demanded on
the label of the patent medicine
b>'tles arc mad'', recovery is mure
rapid and more permanent by plac-
ing thebottleon the shelf and keep
ing it Corkei .
When ill', ration of the Stomai It
exists, < omplete rest of the o
is indicated. Food should be with-
I el I I ii from thr.....lays to that
:, ndinu. upon the
severit) of tin Later, n
irritating foods should be given. It
is unwise to wail until an nicer is
formed and absolute rest of the or-
gan is a mattei of necessitj for a
period ol two v eeks or longer. 'I he
better way is to take this n -t on
the instalment plan, before this ad-
vanced stage of the disease is
ied As stated before, there are
premonitory symptoms, which ap-
pear anywhere from one month to
ten years before ulceration occurs.
I refer to the gnawing sensation in
the pit of the stomach, the voraci-
ous appetite, and later the pain
which appears from one to two
hours after meals. All these indi-
cate local irritation which, if un-
heeded, ultimately may lead i<> ul-
ceration. When these symptoms ex
ist, foods thai simulate the produc-
tion so gastric juice should be guar-
against or used so iringly, also
foods that tend to irritate the walls
of the stomach, \inong these may
be mentioned tbe I" e use ol ilt,
sugar, jellies,coarse vegetables, and
Graham bread. Vinegar, mustard,
pepper, and such irritatants must
he ..voided. The following foods
m iv be used : Eggs, baked pota-
toes, cottage cheese, milk, cream,
white bread ( in form of swieback
preferably), ripe olives, nuts (if
well masticated ) Olive-oil is [in
gome cases, perhaps.- Ed] more
b neficial than butter.
When the gastric juice is deficient
it will be indicated by the dated
tongue, bad breath, and symptoms
of autointoxication, as headaches,
insomnia, and nei vouiness.
I od thai are rich fn protein
material and foods that readily un-
0 decay should be guarded
against. Among these may be moii-
tioned meats of all kinds, fats,
especially butter, free use of I
nuts, beans, and peas. I he foods
which are especially indicated ate
well baked Cereal foods; sweet
fruits, as figs, prunes, raisins,
grapes, well-ripened bananas, dates
also subacid and acid fruits | these
are best taken at or neai the close,
of the meat) ; baked potatoes
string-beans, tjreeii peas, com,
raw celery, cabbar/c slnw,' lettuce.
It is best to use the vegetables at
one meal and the fruits, i ft
and breads at another. A day oc-
casionally given up to the exclu-
sive use of fresh fruits is helpful
in these cases It is important
that loods should be relished ; for
a keen relish is one oi the best
means of Stimulating the produc-
tion of a superior quality of gas-
tric juice. More attention should
be given to attractiveness than to
the use of c iarse foods, which
merely cause local irritation and
the production of an inferior
qualitv of gastric juice at best.
When there is an excessive
amount of gastric juice due to
stomach irritation, a certain
amount of liquid at meals is bene-
fi aal, since it dilutes the acid and
lessens irritation. There is no Ii-
quid better than cold water. When
there is a deficiency of gastric
juice and digestion is slow, it is
best to drink very little at meal
time. [Not always.Ed.] The
use of an orange, some pineapple,
grapefruit, or some other subacid
or acid fruit at or near the close
of the meal quenches the thirst
and at the same tin)' supplies the
acid which in the presence of the
|iep>m is an aid in the Jigesti >n of
the proteins.
In aP forms of indigestion or
dyspepsia tune must be taken
thoroughly to masticate the food.
The saliva is B valuable digestive
nt. It aids in the digestion of
starchy foods and also neutralises
the acidity of the stomach con-
tents in cases where there exists an
excessive production of gastric
juice. Improper mastication is
probably a chief dietetic cause of
all forma of indigestion and dy-
spepsia. It causes mechanical ir-
ritation of the wnllsol the stomach
delays digestion, and favois fer-
mentation and putrefaction. It
is also responsible 'or over eating.
Without proper masticatian there
is insufficient digestive stimulus.
Food should not be eaten be.
tween meals. If three meal are
taken, the eveningjmeaisshould be
light. Two meals, with tnetely a
^i
(Continued on fourth page.)


THE TRIBUNE
Zhe TErfbune
Thursday. September II. 1913
The "Nassau Guardian" did
well on Saturday to give Mr.
Harcourt's speech on the Colo-
nies practically in full. The
speech is packed with valuable
information and makes us rea-
lize that on the wholethe West
Indies are on the up grade so
far as trade is concerned.
1 he "'Guardian'' seems also
to recognize that a Radical
itatesman like Mr. Harcourt can
take a genuine and intelligent
and even fruitful interest in the
development of the Colonies.
While we believe that Mr.
Chamberlain's scheme of Im-
lerial Preference was a vain
Iream, we gladly recognize the
ct that Mr. Chamberlain, by
lis evidont desire to develop our
oloniescommercially initiated
new order of things, and Mr
[Harcourt is a very worthy sue-
lessor to him in that respect.
The British elector has re-
cognized that Imperial Prefer-
ence means a tax on food which
the poorer classes cannot stand,
and the Unionists have been
forced to postpone consideration
of that part of their policy,
which postponement means
death.
By the way. The Chesterfield
by-election lias resulted in a
weeping victory for the Liber-
al and Labour candidate in a
three-cornered fight, in spite of
the fart that the Labour party
refused to endorse such a can
didnture. The winner in the
fight heartily accepted the help
of the local Liberal Association
ind that turned the Labour
Party leaders against him.
j
The "Guardian" pays a well
deserved tribute to Mr. Chip-
man's work at the Toronto Ex-
hibition. Mr. Chipman certain-
ly seems to be making good
Mis tongue has not lacked exer-
cise of late. Perhaps at the close
of the Exhibition he will led
forced to take a temporary vow
I silence. To answer the quer
of the throngs that have been
ely around him must have
It a severe tax on hit vocal
/ers!
j
*ie Mails per Mail Steamer
lancia" will be closed to-
f\v at io o'clock not u
:k as previi uslv notified.
The Motor "Frances E" left
Miami to-day for Nassau with
ii passengers and jo bags of
mail and is expected to arrive
tomorrow
-r
We have been requested to
announce that a Special Service
in connection with the 37th an-
niversary of "Kxcelsior" Lodge,
I. O. G. T. will be held in Zion
Baptist Church by the Rev.
Charles A. Dann on Sunday 14th
at 7:30 p.m.
Members on the Inactive List
are specially invited to attend.
Ex-members of the Lodge,
members of the W. C. T. U., and
other Total Abstained e Socie
ties, any who have taken the
Total Abstinence obligation
and Friends of Temperance
generally are earnestly invited
to attend; and t lie general
public are cordially welcome.

Programme ()f The Police
Hand
8:15.
Concert this evening at
1.
2.
3-
4-
5-
6.
7-
8.
March "Motor Cycle"
Barn Dance "Happy Coons"
Valse "Gipsy Life"
Intermezzo "A stroll through
Cm in"
Rag Step "Koonville
K lonlets"
Graceful Dance "My Lily
Dainty"
Valse "Jreue"
One Step "Hitchv Koo"
God Save the King.
W. COEN,
Bandmaster.
Wemvs's Bight
Sept 4th, 1913.
Editor Tribune
Sir,
Kindly allow us space to thank
Messrs. John Drudge and Mn
tinas Bethel (their wives as well)
for their benevolence to our
schools. Some time it] July
they visited usand having so far
; proven our state of efficiency
endeavoured to give us a I
I which we have received and en
1 joyed very thankfully. We do
assure them that they shall ev< 1
be remembered by us we'll al-
ways entertain a respect for them
'and for every one who would
encourage us by even a word.
The day on which Mr. Cooper
gathered us to partake of what
was prepared for us there were
1 addresses recitations and songs
rendered; and at the conclusion
we all felt refreshed in mind
and body. If all visitors take
the shape of Drudge and Bethel
w< may anticipate "a goodtime"
Thanking them again for their
kindness and you for space al-
lowed. We air, d< ar sir,
Yours sincerely
RUPERT KNOWLES,
Pupil Teacher, three Monitors
and 188 scholais
Governor's Harbour, Fleuthera.
1st Sept., 11)13.
Dear Mr. Editor :
Please allow me space in your
valuable paper to make known
to the public how the Grand
Festival, given by the Baptist
Sunday School of this place,
came off.
1 he gathering was called to
order by the Superintendent, Mr.
Thomas Demeritte, the opening
hymn being "Blessed Spirit rest
we pray," which was followed
witli a prayer by the Pastor,
Rev. Jeremiah I lemeritte.
Thomas I' mei itte, Superin-
tendent; Rev. J. Demeritle,
Chairman; luomas Henry De-
ment te, Secretary.
The Reciti i .\ ere :
Benjamin Heel, Veronica
Punier, Emma Reta Bethel, Ag
nes Micklewhite, Sj berleen De-
meritte, Ellen I 'etneritte, Lily
Demeritte, Rosilla Johnson,
Rhoda Farringl >n, Alice De-
meritte, Sarah I lemeritte, Sarah
Demeritte, Eliza Stubbs (also a
solo), Arnold I lemei itte, Burton
Cambridge, Daniel Demeritte,
S icred 11\ mn by Rev. J. De-
ne ritte.
Exercise by Mrs. Thomas I >e-
meritte's clas.
Recitations : -Janer Rolle,
Myrtle Saunders, I LI la Mickle-
white, Shirley Bod
Numerical Solu by Jas. W
Pindi 1.
Solo by Nathaniel Deme-
ritte.
Recitation -Eva Evans.
SoloCarnetta I demeritte.
Song and SoloMaty Ann
Hudson.
Recitation -Alma Demer-
itte.
DialogueCarnetta and Ar-
net Demeritte.
Reoil 1! ions Laura Dnne-
nite, Irene Curry, Ramona Be-
thel, Alu e Ii -tliel, A met Deme-
ritte, (and hymn), I liana Demo
ritte (and hy mil I, Francis. 1
Rolle, Laxie Hinder, Howaid
Demeritte, Ella Micklewhite,
Hilda Furrington, Enterpe Ca-
rey, Ethel I lolbert.
Exercise by Diana Demeritte's
class.
Among the visitors were the
Rev. G. II. Poad, Mis. Leonard
Edge, Delpha Cooper and Mr.
Daniel Culmer, who aidressed
the congregation.
The Programme be ng ended,
the jrowil marched back and
forth through the town singing
songs of praise, during which
time preparations were made for
feasting.
Prizes were awarded the Se-
nior class as follows : 1st, Hil-
da Far ring ton ; and, Burton
Cambridge; 3rd, Sarah Deme-
ritte :4th, Hilda Micklewhite;
5th. Shirley Bode ; 6th, Mvrtle
Saunders ; 7th, Jas. W. Binder ;
8th, Lillian Demeritte.
Thanking you for pace,
I am. dear Sir,
SPECTATOR.
To the Editor of the Tribune
Sir.
Asa membei of the communi-
ty 1 would ask the following
questions.
Who can the public report to
the police office for the high
bush that is in the streets and
the awful stench that one smells
around the city especially at
night when the Inspector of
Nuisances can repoft one for
any trifling tiling in a yard
where one lives according to Ins
or the C. to. 1 )'s. fancy ?
Yours
INQUIRER.
P. S. The bush in s unc of the
streets is six ft. high.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Capt. W. B Haddon Smith has
been nominated temporarily a
Trustee of the Public Library.
Him H.G. Male ilmK.C.and
Dr. J. B Albury have been t< m
i o.uilv appointed to the Board
of Health.
The following have been nom-
inated Trustees of Public Lib-
raries
I lope Town Abaco.Rev. G.
VV. Demaiiie, Mr. John Curry,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera W.
(',. Albury Esq. Mr. \. II. Curry.
An Order in Counc 1 granting
a pension of Il6: 13 : .} to
|.ones Austin Thompson Esq.
late Postmaster is published.
Foreign Mails per Mail Steam-
11 "Vigilancia" will be closed on
Friday is Sept. at io o'clock.
Interinsular Mails for Har-
bour Isld., Spanish Wells Eieu-
thera ; Andros ; Abaco; Exunia;
Long Isld ; Port Howe, Sail
Salvador, Rum Cay, and Wat-


V
THE TRICU Nfc
linK Island will be closed on Fri-
day 22 Sept. at 2 o'clock'.
List of unclaimed letters remain-
ing it. Hie Tost Ollice ib publish*
ed.
Tenders are called for until
noon of Friday the 12th.
"To remake the road in Char
lotte Street and to improve the
side drains.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
The Secretary of State for t he
Colonies has approved of the
appointment of Mr. D maid I
I'p >wen to be Sanitary Inspector
The Governor has been in-
formed that Mis Majesty the
King will not be advisi d to e<-
srcise his power of disallowance
with respet t to the following
A ts of the Legislatun of the
B .mi.is Islands
An Act to .mi' nd the Motor
Car Act I908.
An Act to suspend partially
the operation of the provisions
of set tioos four and ten of the
Pierage and wharfage Act 1874,
An Act to promote the Agn
cultural development of the
Colony and for other purpos
An Act to consolidate an
amend the law relating to the
encouragement of manufactor-
ies and the building and b
ing of hotels,
An Act to enable the (i >v< t
nor in Council to make provi-
for 11 > t I accommodation
in Nassau and a Steamship set
vi e between Nassau and the
State of Florida one of the
United States of America and to
enter into any contract in 1 1 I
sary or incidental to such pur*
poses.
An Act to consolidate an 1
amend the law relating to the
appointment of Local, District,
and Special Constables and
their duties and powers.
An Act for preventing Tu-
mults and Riotous Assemblies
and for the speedy and effectual
punishment ol Rioters.
An Act relating to Money
Lend ui'_;.
An Act to give effect to the
measures decided upon in the
International opium Conven-
tion signed at the I lague on the
33rd day of. January 1913 and
to regulate the importation into
and stor.agc anil disposal of
Opium, Morphine, Cocaine and
similar drugs in the Colony.
An Act to continue in force
certain Acts which will expire
with the present session of the
Legislature.
Applications will be received
up to the 27th September for
the appointment of Clerk 'o the
Hoard "f Public Works for New
Providi nee who shall also dig'
charge the duti s of Clerk to
the New Pi r. .ml of
Health.
The annual salary is 72
forms of applications may be
obtained on application at the
Colonial Secretary's Office.
Mr. Thomas A. V, Munroe,
Harbour Master has been ap-
pointed Keeper of the Govern-
ment Store for explosives at the
Magazine at Fort Charlotte.
Miss Dora Thompson bat
been appoint''.! an Acting Tele-
phone Operator,
The Mail Steamer "Vigilan-
cia" arrived tins moroi ig from
Havana with 6 passengers i'
traruit for New York.
CABLEGRAMMS
September 1 tth i> 13.
Tokio, a. -The anti-Chinese
demonstrations continued to-
day. The premier informed the
political deputations which call-
ed on him that the government
would not mobilize the army,
hut intended to d< al with the
Chinese problem with a firm
hand
Breslau, 9.The annual grand
maneuvrei of the I ' irman army
opened today with Emperor
William acting as supreme urn-
pi re.
Washington, 9.The senate
will vote finally on the demo-
cratic tariff Inll to-morrow af
ternoon,
Washington, 9.News that
Dominican mmboats were shell
ing the city "f Puerta Plata,
endangering American lives and
property caused hurry orders to
go from here to day to the crui-
ser Desmoniesal Guantanamo
The cruiser was expected tos;.il
to night direct!) for Poerta
Plata.
Port de France, 9.A series
of earth shocks occurred here
this morning. The shocks num-
bered 30, but no material dam
age is reported.
London,9.Ambitious plans
are being prepared to provide
London with Grand Opera in a
vast and magnificent theatre,
which it is proposed to build.
The scheme is being backed by
several wealthy men.
The largest house of enter-
tainment in London with the
exception ef the Albert Hall, is
planned. It is to seat 4,000 per
-on, and to cost nearly $1,350,
000.
London, 9.The Times Ber-
lin correspondent wins;
"Then* is nothing to confirm
as vet the suggestion in the
press that the govern mm t is
considering its decision in regard
to the Pana ma Pacific Exposi
tion.
Birmingham, 9. From Scp
tember loth to 17th annual
meeting of the British Associati
on will bring together here hun
dreds of men prominent in van
ous bran lies of science.
These gatherings of the Bri
tish Association have come to be
reg irded as distinct milestones
for the scientific world, and on
this 0 1. new theories will,
it is expected, be advanced and
fresh discoveries announced.
Sir Oliver Lodge will be the
lent.
INTERESTING FEATURES
OF DEEPEST BORE HOLE
The sinking of the deepest
bore hole in the world, located
at Czuchow.Silesia, and r< ach-
ing a depth of 7,350 ft, onum-
eil a total of S13 working days
and cost (75,000, or ovi r $10
per foot. From l,88oft down-
ward the boring was done with
diamond drills, over 700 carats
of diamonds being consumed.
At a depth of 7,200 ft. the whole
drilling outfit weighed over 15!
tons. The total weight of the
metal tubes with which the bore-
hole is lined is no less than 280,
000 lb. Near tin' bottom of the
hole the temperature registered
182 dec, K.
TOBACCO VKRSUS THE
BOY.Judge Samuel I.. Black
of the juvenile court, at a hear
ing in thf ()lno Senate Chamber
said, among othei things: "Dur-
111;.,' four years' experience look-
ing after the so-called 'bad boy,'
1 am impn ssed with the fact
that there is one thin.; making
and contributing more to the
bad bov 111 the cities of Ohio
th in all other things combined,
md that is the cigarette .. I be-
lieve that I am warranted in the
Statement that cigarettes are
making more of the criminals
in the State of Ohio than is tho
saloon ' I hare no doubt that
as between alcohol and cocain,
there is no comparison in results
upon the human mind. The
same comparison I believe is
true, surely so far as my own ex-
p> lien e is concerned, in the
parallel between whisky and
the cigarette ; the one can be
cured, the Other seldom is. Cig
nrelte smoking actually destroys
1 lie brain tissue of the growing
hoy." Th se are strong words
from a man in'a position to ob
serve the effects of the cigarette
upon a large number of boys,
and his words are well worth
pondering.
Grand Opening!
THE BUSY BEE
SHOE STORE
THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHOE
STORE WILL BE OPENED ON
Saturday 13th inst.
UNDER THE BIG TREE
lis Stock will comprise all iKe
leading Styles and Grades of
BOOTS AND SHOES
direct from tho me.nufaoiorlea.
The patronage of my kind
friends and the public gene-
rally is
Resfcectfnlly Solicited
J. S. K TOWLES
Manager.
IMPERIAL
ON Monday 15th at 8:15 p.rn
will present a feature show
in aid of
BETHEL BAPTIST SUNDAY
SCHOOL
Prices same as usual
COLUMBUS COLLEGE.
THE MIDDLE GRADE SCHOOL
Founded 1900.
THE School course embraces
modern and classical langu-
ages, History, Arithmetic, Euclid
Algebra, l$o<>k keeping, Wilting
and Drawing,
Vocal Music, Sborl Han.I Mr-
chnnical Drawing by Specialists.
Th* College opens AllgUSl 4II1
School Feel moderate.
. Apply to
A. T. BETHEL.
Undergradnate
^Cambridge University
I



THE TR1 B U NE
little fruit in the evening, arc bet
ter than three hearty meals. Man)
would be benefited by eating i.nt
two meals- a day, il suitable times
for the meals could be arranged
for. Fond is Frequently taken when
there is not Sufficient energy t<
carry forward the process ofdijres.
tion, When fatigued or tired it i<
bett to rest and recuperate befon
eating, or else eat only that w
will be a very little tax to the or-
pans of digestion. When exhausted
after a bard day'sphysii al or men
tal work, it would be wiser t<
give the system the rest needed b>
retirinp than to force upon it S
load which it is in no condition tl
utilize. The dull headaches and
other ill feelings experienced or
rifing in the morning, resultirtf
from the decay of undigested food,
may thus be avoided M wierati
ti rcise in the open air is an BH
to digestion, but violent exert is"
should be avoided. Care should b<
taken to keep 'lie (MNtniUe-
warm at all times, but especially
at meal time.
It i- a duty to cultivate cheerful
ness When seated mound thetabli
spread with the bounties of life,
thanks should be offered, not
merHv at the beginning of th'
meal, but all the way through
Nothing of a depressing natun
should be discussed. It should !>
the most enjoyable occasion of tin
day. If you are inclined to worn
after meals lest you have a ten to(
much, overcome this by making i
mental selection of the fooi
that is before you before beginning
the meal, then eat accordingly;
and when you leave the table.
think no more about it. At all
events, leave the food alone
after you have eaten it ; it will
digest better, even if a mistake hai
been made in selection or in the
quantity eaten.
f have sometimes times thought
that those who are well-to do and
areconstantly worrvir.g aboutwhat
they will eat or drink would great
ly improve if more thought could
de given by them to the pool who
are worrying because they have not
sufficient to eat. The satisfaction
which somes by supplying the
needs of the poor and afflicted is a
wonderful tonic to the rogaflS ol
digestion."Life and Health"
THERE ARE REASONS
why good housewives
should use

Sunlight Soup
It is guaranteed absolutely
pure, and therefore will not
injure the clothes. It works
for you, and at the same time
saves you money. It is the
best soap that skill and money
can produce. (live it a trial
anil you will be convinced of
its value. ^^^^^
LEV Kit BROTHER! LIMITED.
POKI HT, KNCJI.A.NI). II*
I
Fresh Just A^ivet
O
NION SE1 DS from Tenerifl
and .ill "liter Vegetable Sreij
AT TOOTES.
490. Hay St reel
REPUDIATION.
All persons are hereby Warned
that, my wife I.uella Sands h iving
leserted me and my home, 1 will
tot be responsible fir any debts
whatever, contradied by hi r.
ZEPHANIAH SANDS.
A
S contractor for street Scav-
enging 1 hereby requt St that
louseholders will have barrels
>f yard sweeping- &C, at their
, not later than noon each
day. so that the same might be
ived promptly.
K. Nassau X. P.
Aug. 30th i9'3-
AN ENTERTAINMENT.
IN aid of St. Mary's Church will
be given at St. MARYS
SCHOOL ROOM ON III! R>
DAY 18th SEPT. at 8 o'clock,
The programme will include
BEAU BRUMMELL IN' THREE
ACTS, and also A LAUGHABLE
PARC1 .
Admission is.
Refrehments_wi11 be sold.
WANTED.
r once-A Cook. APPLY at
the Intelligence Offi' >.
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
FOR SALE
HOUSE and Lot on West St.
for particulars apply In M.
E. Dean or Michael Ryan, 13s W.
132 St. New York City.
FOR SALE.
"T^HE Building hick ..f Steam
1 Riding Gallery 38x38 feel In
he removi d apply t" /. 11 harj
Tavlor 8 and 10 Market St.
\V. a. MATHER
l NDF.R1 AKER
DESIRES t<> inform his friends
an 1 the Public that I"- has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities foi the business rtl an un-
deri kei hlch pjai 1 him in a
no irry out Funerals that
in iy h.....It ni-ted t'i Ins one with
uystt ntan itch ; and respeci
full) their patrna|| Gel
my I-, ,-, 1 first A I p ove that they
in iv lowest lor fust (lass
work,
FORfRENT. __
II n. SK "ii East Bay Street, al
1 present occupied by P. P.
rup I ->|. possession given tat.
\ USt.
,| pi) t...
WALTER K. MOORE.
A
WE would ifnrm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h-nd an eatensive Stock of HAVANA I IGARs. We
uumteeour brand to be made of the finest Havana ami Mimatr,
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. .,.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and gr.,.t pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The nil___we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
,,,,,, Nonage of connoiseurs. j. ,.. SALN.,KRS & C o
Bav Street.
CLEARANCE Salt
j L
\ s William the Shoemanf
/\ about to make a cha
that part ol lii- I USineSS known
Wll I IAMS'
Ni iVEl 1\- -'inur,
321 Bay stic t,
He - iii sell lilting the nextfl
IIHiv 1 V DAYS
it greatly reduced prices th*
Stock, consisting 1 f a la
iety ol it- ::is ol < ii
Merchai uch as
I am y V\ hite Dresses.
Rlack and Navy Blui
Household d< cessities and (
nig Ulent il fancy ArtifM
Suitable f'T Xmas and lirthl
day Pr< sent* Ac. &c.
COME AND IIAYI-. \ I .')<)Rl
ro DAY, and
pend from 3d, to jTi to Bresjfj
1 ta ge .it
Williams'
Novelty Store
3?t Bay-street, Citj
Japeneo.
SANITARY W tSHABLfl
PAINT
TO BE MIXED W nil \V\ If
In Whit*, Grey,
Pink and ireen,
7 ll> 1 ins at 3s. I
Prefix Enamels .
ASS< IRTEI) COLOURS
in Inis at 6d.
is.. I~. Qd 2S. ful.
Star Vacuum Flask
l\ TWO SIZES
PINTS AND QUARTS.
Foi Sale l>v
( 11 \S, E. ALBUBY.
Great Reduetio
IN PRICES OF Sewin
Machine*
During the month I
August I am offer*
ing these Bargains.
"New National" at \ 4s
"Ideal" at l 2S.
iCHAS. E. ALBURY,
FOR SALE.
SAND FLY AND
MOSQUITO NET!
At THE SHAMROCK,
H. J. RUSSELL
jlav-stroet, Ci


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