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I II r i i ;%]• T Gbc XTribunc Saturday, September 15. 191) 'I lie Undi rwood Simmons Tariff Revision Hill has at last I •'(! through the I'. S, we presume that it has now turned its final shape Just what it-present shape is, wo arc unable to say, but we ran be certain that it makes drastic i hanges, especially •• raw i aterials fond stuffand ither i ommon necessaries of life no concerned. Very many of tl classesof imports mil come in of duty. We hope we see here an instance of history repeating itself. 1 hr, !>': I ly had to be i heapened 1>\ removing the corn duties. Vs %  at on, statesmen sawthat what was good in the i of food stuffs was good in other >f workings voters at a General Election. Here we see the true reasons 1 why the Tariff Reformers have been driven first to offer the farmer a 2S. per quart r tax on for%  ign cm (when the farmei says yhat he in eds from 7s. 6d, to 10s. [>tr (juarter to protect him gainst tinfon ignei an 1 then put off the f I tax question "ie dim future. the United States theantaIsm hi tweeu farming and bufacturing interests is %  d* growing acute. I lere is what Mr, C. I'. Kegle> of the Washington State Gra id to a meetiny of fanners on June 3rd : — "As ,-1 sj stem, Protectii n is imed if we, as farmers, stand for it, we shall lose our share .... If w to have free wheat, thi n v ;'. %  us free iron, free petroleum, free fuel alcohol, • machinery, free elothing, In his Radical days Mr. imberlain sa id (28th April is to : I of return to Protection in any shape 01 form, I think it is incon 'i\able th t the agricul tural interest wouh manufacturers ti 1 be while ver discovered, is proti 1 ted by a glass case, while smaller of different sizes and quality may n inside the Stall. Mo varied products oftheBalmmas/ip manufactured %  u\ I raw state, are to be found in this section. Mr. II. N, Chip man, who ' .. n specially r b) thChamber of Com "1 rci over thi Bahamas exhibit, and is kept distributin %  information to numerous visit rs We have had the pli ing an ex :i llent photograph picture of '1 he Bahamas Exhi bit it is beyond doubt a highly allow {artistic and attractive arrange acturers to be protected ment w l "'" 1 imp i: went free [it ,„, Mr. Chipman's t I He has pn ved a true prophet, land ( ,,,. Mr. Bonar Law agreed to|some motion tog pi stpone th'qui stipn of I 'ion. brain lies "f tin: British "N itional I ai mer's Union" havi to the ffei t that they refuse to support a poli< v which ta an'd leavi out the acts of agricultu THE CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION '1 hi'' ibition continues to centre public im ; in four 'lays tin.attendance t% ei led a qu irtei of a million; though on fourth daj the atti ndam e •41' atly reduced by ram. It is most gratifying t" that bur exhibit also continues to imand L.'reat attention', as .11 by thi following extract from l he Globe Toronto of Aug 29th.— THE BAHAMA ISLANDS. "The Bahama Islands exhibit continues t" be om of the rbiel attractions at the Government Building.Not onlyare the numer ing in them selves, but tiearrangement and the artistic decorations at tinstall attrai t tinattention of the visitor first at the principal entrance. 1'' rhaps the greatest draw, from the feminine point of view, is|the fine native drawn* thread work, which occupies one side of the stall. Beautiful bas. hats ami ornaments mad-' from fine sisa] hemp, polished tortoise shell and other shell workpaintings, baskets and household artich s, useful and ornamental, comprise the native section, The largest sponge, in the world, eleven feet in circumference, reposes on a pedestal, and another, said 11 If the finpm foi it n 1 iwime motion to get thin a j that shape in three da I he picture may be seen in the -,. ,\ w indnw of Mr. Charli \ ury, I lardware Ston ,.: 54 B • %  et. „* CIVIC IMPROVEMENT. It is al ways a pleasure for us 1 *tow p ti > M hei it 1 due and u ( e rtainly is due to the Board ol \\ orks contra. 1 1 Mr. William Eneas who transformed < difficult and un tly stairway into a sightlv and I-;I-' a si to th top (if l-ast Hill itreel from P< Sloj W len o 1 ion has required oui pn si n in East Hill Sti :et, the othei waj up instea I of the sixteen steps ; ve shall go up by the si \ enti 1 n smoothly ceue nted and eas) "treads'' an I "risers." But me thing, or, to be strictly cup t i two ihings are needed for the help of the a and COrpuh lit : ,1 hand rail on eat h side, and nothing could be better than t.. have them ol -• galvanised pipe. J COLUMBUS DAY Day. ( 121I1 (n tr, 1913) Just one month hencand the memorable Columbus Day is upon us. Though a mnni 1 yet it is not to 1 soon to begin to select our Post Card*and u> look up names and addressi I "I those we propose sending them to. We should make a much bettei showing tins year because much longer notice has been given. To make this scheme effective we must be persistent. We have been requested to announce that A Spet ial Service in 1 onni 1 tion with tl e 37th anniversary of "Excelsii >r Lorl I. O. < 1. I • will be held in Zi Baptist Church bj the Rev. Charles A. Dann on Sunday 1 |th at 7:30 p.m. Members on the Inactive I specially invited to attend. Ex members of 'he Lodge, members of the W. C, I". ''.. and : fatal Abstineu air, who have taken the Total Abstfl obli I I icnds of '! ance gen rally are 1 ai a'tl %  ml; aad the general public ai cordially welcome. Complaints contin ie to be made ol the annoyam • causedby the disorderly condui 1 of child and youths w ho romp and shout and u 11 Stle, talkloudly and laugh huider at I it. The aid of I police must now be invoked to prevent what is really an intel ting into throwing p rls before % %  ine and' the rah Foreign Mails also Mails for Inngua and I Cay to be I Miami p Fi E" will be made up and do on I. : lie i'lth September at 8 O'I I k a. m. 'I lie \h>tor "Fi n E ar 1 ived yesterd 1. aft rnoon from Miami with shingl is, I Sasoline, and Cattle feed, and the Following passengers. Misses Funice Thompson, Sa rah Johnfon, I orris Sturrup and Pearline Wiley ; Mrs. Bertha Sturrup ; Messrs. Albert Cul mer, I eophilous Know Ie I lenry (ilintou, Samui I lohnson, Ormond Fox, < ieorge Knowles, • Ihomas Clerk 1 U) 0 Repatriated. -* rile scfao 1 "Winifred" sailed yesterday for Miami with 3'> passengers. j Cargo shipped per Mail Steamer "Vigilancia for New York 12th Sepr. 1913. 111 bales sponge, 112 bales Refuse sponge 113 bales iponge clippings, \$6 bales Sisal, 88 bales Si-.d waste, 1519 Cases Canned 1'iiieapphs, 32 i Canned Guavas, 493 bbls. sh.dls, /">82 boxes Grape-fruit, 10 'Ions Lignumvitas, 19 bales6 bbls. Hark, 9 packages Enginepartt A 1)



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i. T II 6 T R i B (1 N E WEATHER BULLETIN l By Radio Telegraphy) Washington 13th. Indications of a "Disturbance" south, and near Porto Rico." I he above was sen 1 oul by :ii Radio station at Key \Yes1 i" (I iy following the usual daily noon "Tune SigI n s. I IBLEGRAMMS September 13th 191 \ Philadelphia, 11.— ihe Inlito Club of London to lay won the with the Merion Club at I laverford by7i runs. London, 1r. —Great Britain, Fraro I i> rmany, Russia, Finland, I •cnmark, Stl "d< tl and Austria have definitedly promised the American Olympic committee that they will send teams to San Francisco in 1915. Berlin,11. rh ierman maairship L, 1. was 1! this evning in a I ane eigh. : Heligoland in the north 1 I orpedo I I seven of the crew.fifteen others bein \ missing, and it is II rtain that the) p 1 islied, The VVomens S 1 ial and Po< litical Union is planning to make things uncomfortable foi Sir Edward Carson, and his col. leagues, if th iy fail to make provision for votes for Women in the new constitution they are fting for Ulster. Colebrook, 11. Marry Thaw tonight slept on American soil, barricaded in a hotel room here. Thrust unexpectedly over (he Canadian border early today despite the writ of habeas 1 pus demanding his production Ithe Kings Bench in .M m treal Monday, he was for three hours a free man. Near noon he ran into the arms of a New Hampshire She nfl and was brought to ColeBrook, where he retained counsel to resist extradition. London, 11.— The French motor boat Desperjons 11. to day won the first race for the international motor-boat trophy sencs In Osbornc Hay. The winner finished the course of 32.4 miles m 41 minutes and 31 seconds. The Maple Leaf iv a British entry, w%s second .and Ankle 1 >eep, A impion ftn! third When shall IVC the pleasure to rei rd ; "ANOTHER ELECT RIC LIGHT IN M • KKI:T Si R1 1 :" •' RUE WITH A DIFFERENC1 Sept. 1.', 1913To the Editorof the Tribune. Sir, It is wonderful when we think, if we ever do think, of the new phrases that an phrased, and quickly absorbed and identified with the. particular language of r birth of such is "Civic pride." It is now mouthed by everyon Ihurchillism, and it is to be hoped that it will me.in more to us than a mere son ition for it embodies an elevating idea .1 lofty principle, a profound hope. But it does really seem to be "made to the ear and broken to the hope", as yet. I da not range myself on the side 'Inquirer" who seems to have gone about with a "two I rule" measuring the altitudi elation in the highways, and perhaps hi dges. I wish that he had not been definite in Ins mea nd also had located the streets where "the bushes" "is six It. high." Are they East, West, North or South ol his stud;.. '1 here are "son ts Inti i i'.y proand in none ol these have I i ved any bush ; but I I ave smelt "awful stenches" emanating both day and night from drams. 1 W ish that 1 could see hem as well, indeed I would rather see them,and leave it to others with less keen olfactories than myself to do the smelling "Civic pride"—well—it seems to me that the article is scarce in the City proper.ln the mattei of "awful stenches," the City over the "green hill far away, outside the City waU"-(irant's Town Citydisplays a poverty ol Itenches that is positively enviable. I was accompanied by a gentleman of much experience, a few days ago in a sub-urban stroll and remarked on the cleanlim ssof the lanes through which we passed to which he cordially agreed. He said that he had seen repulsive and unsanitary conditions in a large town near Manchester such as were entirely absent in Grant's Town, though he could not say that Grant's Town was perfect. You niav talk about Grant's Town as you pli a -. and although "the City" can boa a <>f having "some" mone) spent upon it. it cannot hold a candle to Grant's Town' "Say ?did you hold a caudle on Thursday night ':" "I did." "God bless the "Daughters of the Empire! They are up and doing." \. d will not the "Sons of Civi( Pride" march around the streets of the City, especially those with deep diams ', At the li it until the Board of I lealth and the Hoard of Works can get I to ivork ; each man, not with a i pitcher in his hand, i old folks once did ; but with aj sprinkler tin of ClILORIDK 01 LIME, and 1 guara I • that though the City walls will not fall down i id the steucii demon will be killed immediately. I lit i d mind to organi "Drain Stench Destroying Brigade. Let the City residents exhibit a little Civic Pride, have less an I other things about their premises. There are some really decent looking, residences City, but the groun I I 1 want to notice the FACT that since Government House grounds have been denuded of Mosquitoes have almost quitted the immediate neighbourhood. By th • bye Who is the "In i '.ni' of Nu: More power to his elbow, and the C. M. O'a. Yours, SUGGESTION. K • — %  NOW all mou ( and women too; by these pre sets that THE LADIES OF WESLEY CHURCH Will give a— "JIM CARNEY" At the residence of Miss D dxell situate DII Meet n.; Street on Friday nexl 19th uist. SPORTS ligh 1 lain, Foot race Tug of War, Skippi f, >• %  Entries m de on the grounds Prize ill he given. REFRESHMENTS to suit the most fasti lious taste i II he on sale. \ BAND ilC in attendance. ADMISSIl >N \dults3d.Children id Gate open at T, I'. M. ALL AUK INVITED. IMPERIAL O N Monday 15th at 8:15 p.m wili preseot a feature -.how in .1 ul of BETHEL BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL Prices same as usual FOR RENT. H OUSE on East Hay Street, at present occupied by 15. P. Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st. \ ust. ipplj • %  WALTER K. MOORE. Grand Opening! THE BUSY BEE SHOE STORE THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHOE STOKE WILL BE OPENED ON Saturday 13th inst. UNDER THE BIG TREE Its Stock will comprise all the leading Styles and Grades of BOOTS AND SHOES direct from the miv nufnctorlee. The patronage of my kind friends and the public generally is Respectfully Solicited J. S. KNOWLES Manager. Fresh Just Arrived O NION SEEDS from TenerifTe and all other Vegetable Seeds lAT TOOTE'S. 40/} Bay Street. CLEARANCE Sale. A S Williams' the Shncman if i \ about to make a change in that parl >if Ins business known as WILLIAMS' NOVELTY STORE, 321 Hay street, He will sell during the next IIII KIT DAYS i t greatly reduced prices the entire Stock, consisting ol a large variety ol items of General Merchandise such as I. allies Fancy White Dresses. Black and Navy Hlue Skirts Household necessities and Cooking Utensils, Fancy Articles suitable for Nmas and Birth* day 1 'resents etc. &c. COME AND HAVE A LOOKTO DAY, and ipend from 3d. to £l to gre it advantage a( Williams' Novelty Store 321 Bay-street, City A''.;: WANTED. re-A Cook. APPLY at Intellif;enec Ollice. I RIBUNE OFFICE \ £



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I It has 1,748 Sunday schools with 367,738 scholars, and raised last I year $1,942,305 for congregational [ purposes, and "9579,768 for its denominational vvoik. Negotiations for union with 1 lie Pieshyterian I hurch (Northern) are pending. 3. The Christain | Reformed Church, formerly "Holland Informed" and "True Dutch Reformed" is strongest in Michigan, where it originated and "here it bout half its members are found. It has twelve classes with 145 ministers, 193 churches, and 31,568 cnm.riunicants. In its home mission work two Indian missions are embraced. At Grand Rapids, its headquarters, it has a college and a theological seminary. There are 24 parochial schools, with nearly 6,000scholars. 4, The Hungarian Reformed Church was organized in 1904, under the general supervision of the Reformed Church of Hii'ieary, drawing its members from the Re formed (German) Church, the Pre* bytei ian. Congregations i and other Churches, It has 18 ministers, (6 churches, and 5,253communicants, according to the census of 1906. ( \'o be continued.) Japenco SANITARY WASHABLE PAINT TO BE MIXED WITH WATER. In White, Grey, Pink and Green. 7 lb. Tins at 3s. 6d. Prefix Enamels ASSOR1 ED COLOURS in Tins at Od. I".. is. od., 2s. 6d. Star Vacuum Flasks IN TWO SIZES PINTS ANT) QUARTS. For Sale bv CHAS. K. ALBURY. NOTICE. T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the public in general that I have returned from my round trip and am now randy to do anything in the line of general repair ing of hoots and shoes. All work done mechanically. D. S. POWELL. East Bay St FOR SALE I | OUSE and Lot on West St. J lor particulars apply to M. I,. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W. 132 St. New York City. I 111 ruin u NK §fM Baby's Welfare g&gffijj ^ THE ALLENBURYS' FOODS being perfectly digestible and closely resem$$& bling human milk, give freedom from digestive ailments, promote sound sleep and ensure vigorous health and development. Menbimjs MILK FOOD No 1. Frun birlb lo 3 aooibi MII.K FOOD No. 3. From 3 lo t> BOBlbl and the -ALLENBURYS' FEEDER. Simplest and Best. MALTED FOOD No. 3 RUSKS (Milud) I-torn b mom In upwtrdi. Froo. lo aiuattiapwardt. TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES A Pamphlet on Infmil Feeding ind Management Free, -* % %  ALLEN & HANBLRYS Ltd., London. England. W. A. MATHER UNDI RTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he has jost rei eived n i omplete outfit of facilities for the business of an undertaker, which places him in a position to carry out FuneiaK that may be entrusted to his care with system nnd despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patrnnag Get my Prices first mid pr*ve that they are the very lowest for fiist class work. W l, would ifo.m all who appreciate t Good Srnnkc.that we turn have on h^nd an extensive Stock ol HAVANA l [GAR* We guarantee out brand to be made of the finest Havana ami Mimatr* Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. .,,,,, These Ci sarsare manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce ap article of super mality. The sw i ess we have met with in the p*si leads .,s awndently to expect ,lll, ,i f """— |. L. SAUNDERS 4 Co. H,i\ Street, NOTICE H A VING b'-en appointed AGENT f"' MAPESPINKAl'IM.T. FERTILIZER in the Bahamas I am able to supply customers with sums at mnufacluri iprice w Inch is £44 per ton .,1 s ban els 01 $5 50, per barrel of 250 ll>-. 1". 0. B. N'\\ York. 1 ins Fertilize! can also be obtained through any commission 11 use in \'i'\v York, or direct from Manila, turers at the same price, I shall be, glad to tike liny one desiiious of seeing the rsuits ob. t lined from the ure of tins Fertiliser'to my cultivations in Nassau which must rouvime anvone that MapeS Fertilizer is the kind best Suited t<. our soil for the growing of pineapples. WALTER K. MOORE. GPGclt Reduction IN PRICES OF Sewing 1 Machines During the month 0 August I tn offering these Bargains. "New National" .'it £i .\-. "Ideal" at £\ 28. CHAS. E. ALBURY, .11 NO TICK. |"*HIS is to inform my Patrol 1 ami the Public in Genera tint I have opened my Publl Blai k Smith Shop; and am no1 ready to do anything in the line r Genet a I repair or new work llors shoeing Specially, All work don Mechanically. I'. A. Pluyler, 4 Bay Street. East (Wharf s FOR SALE. T^HE Building back nl Steam I Riding (iallers 38x38 feel to be removed, apply to Znchary Tayloi s ind 10 Market St. A WANTED. r once -A Cook. APPLY at the Intelliqencc Office. TRIBUNE OFFICE i OK S\I.I: AND ll.Y AND MOSQUITO NETS. At TUT. SHAMROC K. II. I. PUSSELI Bav.street, City, COLUMBUS COLLEGE. THE MIDDLEGRADESCHOOL Foonded 1900, T UT'. School course embraces modern and classical languages, History, Arithmetic, Euclid Algehia, Hook keeping, Wilting and Drawing, Vocal Music, Short Hand Mechnnical Drawing by Specialists, The College opens August 4th School Fees moderate. Apply to A. T. BETHEL. Undergraduate ^Cambridge University NOTICE, T CLEMENT CLEOPHAS A [ l ENBOROUGH hereby ej point my brothei Herbert A, \| t %  uborougli to .ict for iiw as guardian and to transact all bul nets in my name to the welfai m\ Interest. (Signed) (Miss) 1 LEMENT CI EOPHJ ATTENBOROUG A S contractor'for street Sq engine I hereby request tl| Householders will have ban of yard sweepings Sic, at thl gates not later than noon


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3 o p > 3 5T CD *S cn sr o Nutliua addictus |urare in verba mayistrl. II. in,; bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday. September 13. 1913 No. 245 LEON E H DUP1 CH, l.i iToi kUD HKOFKII k OKKU'I ,H 4 MAKKRT STKKKT N..-.UI N. P., BAHAMA*. if, n. Hoi. ion PUBLISHED DM1.V. Monday, Wadaetday and Friday— aiii|{ta copy • %  • I 1 'Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday single Copy %  •• ••• "' Weakly — ••• 4l J Monthly %  •• ...s.4 Quarterly *• RalfYaarl* %  •• Ns V "' PAYABLE IN ADVA NT I Advertising Ratal: Six penca pat line fui first insertion ; three panca pel line for tecond i mart ion; and onepaBnypei line for subsequent insertion*. Adrerti*emoti under eight lines 4s. RELIGIOUS BODI1 S IN THE* UNITED STATES WHAT I I IKY ARE. WHAT THEY DO, AND WHA I nii.v NUMBER By H. K. Carroll, LL.D. (Continu) d. 1 PROTESTAN I EPISl OPAL The Protestant Episcopal Chuth, a hraiirh of the great Anglican Communion, lias become intensely int< r< Ned in l he reunion of Christ'ndom, Inspired by the example of tlie World Missionary Conference at Edinburgh, in 1910, in which practically 11 Evangeli. ml Christian Churchea were iepresented, tlie General Convention of the Episcopal Church, in Octo. l.er, 1910, Appointed %  commission lo see what can be done to tying the separated elements of Christendom which "confess our Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour" together in a conference to consider questions of failli and order. 1 lie commission consists of twenty-one members, seven bishops, seven, presbyters and seven laymen, with Bishop Anderson, of Chicago, as Chairman. It has been in active coirespondence with the various Christian bodies and has had informal conferences. Those connected with the movement are encouraged by theresponses/eceived. It is probable that the conference will be held in New York City. A lUtation from the deputation irom me commission visited |England tins summer and conferred at Lambeth Palace with ihe archbishops nf Canterbur) and York and the bisl np of London, Winchester and Gloucester. Ii is stated that while the Chnrch ol Rome is not committed to th movement, Rnnan Catholics will tal.e part in tlie Conference. The Protestant EpisropalChurch has. including inis-.inn.iry jurisdicijoi s, 11 3 dioceses in the United States and twelve in foreign countries. There are in the United States 5,606 clergy, 445 candidates for orders, 437 postulants, 2837 lay readeis, 8,065 perishes, including missions, and 903,097 communicants. I" Sunday schools it has 449,938 scholars. The number of infant baptisms last year was 50,332; of adult, 12,934 ; of confirmations, 54,106, Total contributions, $ |8,( •(-.-' I.U. While hi; Piotestant Episcopal Church is widely distributed, it is particularly strong in the States of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Maryland. The missionary work of the Chuich is conducted by the Do1 in: and Foreign Missionary Society. The income of the society last year was $1,714,127. For. ciu'ii missions are established in Africa, China, |apan, Cuba, Haiti, Mexico, Brazil, the Canal Zone and Europe. TinPiotestantEpiscopal Church observes all the festivals and fasts of the Christian Year, and every Sin.day has its special significance; among them Christmas, Passion, Palm, Easter, Ascension and Whitsunday may be mentioned, lent is ohseived. Other brandies of the Anglican Communion, all in harmonious relation with the Church of England, are the Episcopal Churches of Scotland. Ireland, Canada, Australasia, lr/iifafccr-'j Almanac, London, estimates the population (communicants and adherents', of the Anglican Communion at 20,200,000. REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH Organized as the result of withdrawal of Bishop Cummins and others from the Protestant Episcopal Church. It has a general convention meeting ttiennially, and a number of bishops and synods. There are 94 ministers, 80 churches, and 9,160 communicants. The Church has • considerable wmk among the negroes of South Carolina, andu foreign mission in India. REFORMED BODIES There are four bodies constituting the Reformed group in this country. Together tlmy have 2,154 .minsters, 2,657 churches, and 453.214 communicants. They are distinguished as of Dutch, German and Hungarian origin. The Reformed Church in America and the Christain Reformed Church came originally from Holland ; the founders of the Reform ed Church in the United States came from Germany, Switzerland and France, and the Hungarian Refo'med Church is made up of recent immigrants. The Refornvd Churches observe generally the festivals of the Christian year. 1. The Reformed Church in America (Dutch) is strongest in the States of New York, New Jer sey—in which are three-fourths of its communicants—Michigan and Illinois. Its domestic mission3 support weak chinches and Sunday schools and have work among the Indians and the mountain whites of Kentucky. Its foreign missions are in Arabia, India, China and Japan. It has 739 ministers, 691 churches and IiS,564 communicants. 2. The Reformed Church in the United States has more than half its communicants in Pennsylvania; Ohio is second and Maryland is third. Its home mission work embraces English, German, French, Hungarian aud Bohemian mission?. Its foreign work is carried on in China and Japan. It has eight district synods and a General Synod, which meets triennially, the next session to be held in May, 1914. There are 61 classes, cor. responding to presbyteries in the Presbyterian Churches, 1,241 ministers, I.7S9 congregations, and 297,825 communicants. It reports also 135,056 unconfirmed members. (Continued on fourth page).


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Nutliua addictus |urare in verba mayistrl.
II. in,; bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday. September 13. 1913
No. 245
LEON E H DUP1 CH,
l.i iToi kUD Hkofkii k
OKKU'I ,H 4, MAKKRT STKKKT
N..-.UI N. P., BAHAMA*.
if, n. Hoi. ion
PUBLISHED DM1.V.
Monday, Wadaetday and Friday
aiii|{ta copy ..... I1'-
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single Copy "'
Weakly 4lJ
Monthly ...s.4
Quarterly ........**
RalfYaarl* Ns-
V"' PAYABLE IN ADVA NT I
Advertising Ratal: Six penca pat line
fui first insertion ; three panca pel line
for tecond i mart ion; and onepaBnypei
line for subsequent insertion*.
Adrerti*emoti under eight lines 4s.
RELIGIOUS BODI1 S IN THE*
UNITED STATES
WHAT I I IKY ARE.
WHAT THEY DO,
AND WHA I nii.v
NUMBER
By H. K. Carroll, LL.D.
(Continu) d. 1
PROTESTAN I EPISl OPAL
The Protestant Episcopal
Chuth, a hraiirh of the great An-
glican Communion, lias become
intensely int< r< Ned in l he reunion
of Christ'ndom, Inspired by the
example of tlie World Missionary
Conference at Edinburgh, in 1910,
in which practically 11 Evangeli.
ml Christian Churchea were iep-
resented, tlie General Convention
of the Episcopal Church, in Octo.
l.er, 1910, Appointed commission
lo see what can be done to tying
the separated elements of Christen-
dom which "confess our Lord Jes-
us Christ as God and Saviour"
together in a conference to consid-
er questions of failli and order. 1 lie
commission consists of twenty-one
members, seven bishops, seven,
presbyters and seven laymen, with
Bishop Anderson, of Chicago, as
Chairman. It has been in active
coirespondence with the various
Christian bodies and has had in-
formal conferences. Those con-
nected with the movement are en-
couraged by theresponses/eceived.
It is probable that the conference
will be held in New York City. A
lUtation from the
deputation irom me commission
visited |England tins summer and
conferred at Lambeth Palace with
ihe archbishops nf Canterbur) and
York and the bisl np of London,
Winchester and Gloucester. Ii is
stated that while the Chnrch ol
Rome is not committed to th
movement, Rnnan Catholics will
tal.e part in tlie Conference.
The Protestant EpisropalChurch
has. including inis-.inn.iry jurisdic-
ijoi s, 11 3 dioceses in the United
States and twelve in foreign coun-
tries. There are in the United
States 5,606 clergy, 445 candidates
for orders, 437 postulants, 2837 lay
readeis, 8,065 perishes, including
missions, and 903,097 communi-
cants. I" Sunday schools it has
449,938 scholars. The number of
infant baptisms last year was 50,-
332; of adult, 12,934 ; of confirma-
tions, 54,106, Total contributions,
$ |8,( (-.-' I.U.
While hi; Piotestant Episcopal
Church is widely distributed, it is
particularly strong in the States
of New York, Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Massachusetts and Mary-
land.
The missionary work of the
Chuich is conducted by the Do-
1 in: and Foreign Missionary
Society. The income of the socie-
ty last year was $1,714,127. For.
ciu'ii missions are established in
Africa, China, |apan, Cuba, Haiti,
Mexico, Brazil, the Canal Zone and
Europe.
Tin- PiotestantEpiscopal Church
observes all the festivals and fasts
of the Christian Year, and every
Sin.day has its special significance;
among them Christmas, Passion,
Palm, Easter, Ascension and Whit-
sunday may be mentioned, lent
is ohseived.
Other brandies of the Anglican
Communion, all in harmonious re-
lation with the Church of Eng-
land, are the Episcopal Churches
of Scotland. Ireland, Canada, Aus-
tralasia, lr/iifafccr-'j Almanac,Lon-
don, estimates the population
(communicants and adherents', of
the Anglican Communion at 20,-
200,000.
REFORMED EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Organized as the result of with-
drawal of Bishop Cummins and
others from the Protestant Epis-
copal Church. It has a general
convention meeting ttiennially,
and a number of bishops and
synods. There are 94 ministers,
80 churches, and 9,160 communi-
cants. The Church has consider-
able wmk among the negroes of
South Carolina, andu foreign mis-
sion in India.
REFORMED BODIES
There are four bodies constitut-
ing the Reformed group in this
country. Together tlmy have 2,-
154 .minsters, 2,657 churches, and
453.214 communicants. They are
distinguished as of Dutch, Ger-
man and Hungarian origin. The
Reformed Church in America
and the Christain Reformed
Church came originally from Hol-
land ; the founders of the Reform
ed Church in the United States
came from Germany, Switzer-
land and France, and the Hun-
garian Refo'med Church is made
up of recent immigrants.
The Refornvd Churches observe
generally the festivals of the
Christian year.
1. The Reformed Church in
America (Dutch) is strongest in
the States of New York, New Jer
seyin which are three-fourths of
its communicantsMichigan and
Illinois. Its domestic mission3
support weak chinches and Sun-
day schools and have work among
the Indians and the mountain
whites of Kentucky. Its foreign
missions are in Arabia, India,
China and Japan. It has 739
ministers, 691 churches and IiS,-
564 communicants.
2. The Reformed Church in the
United States has more than half
its communicants in Pennsylvania;
Ohio is second and Maryland is
third. Its home mission work em-
braces English, German, French,
Hungarian aud Bohemian mis-
sion?. Its foreign work is carried
on in China and Japan. It has
eight district synods and a Gene-
ral Synod, which meets triennially,
the next session to be held in May,
1914. There are 61 classes, cor.
responding to presbyteries in the
Presbyterian Churches, 1,241 min-
isters, I.7S9 congregations, and
297,825 communicants. It reports
also 135,056 unconfirmed members.
(Continued on fourth page).


I II r i
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T
Gbc XTribunc
Saturday, September 15. 191)
'I lie Undi rwood Simmons
Tariff Revision Hill has at last
I '(! through the I'. S,
we presume that it has now
turned its final shape Just what
it-- present shape is, wo arc un-
able to say, but we ran be cer-
tain that it makes drastic
i hanges, especially raw
i aterials fond stuff- and ither
i ommon necessaries of life no
concerned. Very many of tl
classesof imports mil come in
of duty.
We hope we see here an in-
stance of history repeating itself.
1 h<- United Kingdom only turn
"I to Frei Trade byd and
'I1'' that tl,,.
United States will-do the same
In the Hungry forties, the
( i i. Laws were repealed
'1 In' ttO SUCh a i
that to relieve the p'x>r, !>':
I ly had to be i heapened 1>\
removing the corn duties. Vs
at on, statesmen saw-
that what was good in the i
of food stuffs was good in other
i' moved untii in less than
irs Gladstone brought the
tariif to practically the form it
irs to-day.
The British "Tariff Reformers"
have all alone found it difficult
I recon iie the conflicting in
' Sts of unsts an !
manufacturers. The farmer doe,
Iln' want to pay heavily for
agrii ultural machinerj
pi a tarifl on manufactures un
less he can have heavy dul
placed on wheat, flour, and dairy
i e. The manufacturer
does not want his workmeti to
be forced to pay the high prices
for food that high duties on food
lutfs would bring about, and
the politician sees that the very
threat of a taxation on food
would he very unpopular with
thousands >>f workings
voters at a General Election.
Here we see the true reasons1
why the Tariff Reformers have
been driven first to offer the far-
mer a 2S. per quart r tax on for-
ign cm (when the farmei says
yhat he in eds from 7s. 6d, to 10s.
[>tr (juarter to protect him
gainst tin- fon ignei an 1 then
put off the f.....I tax question
"ie dim future.
the United States theanta-
Ism hi tweeu farming and
bufacturing interests is
d*
growing acute. I lere is what Mr,
C. I'. Kegle> of the Washington
State Gra id to a meetiny
of fanners on June 3rd :
"As ,-1 sj stem, Protectii n is
imed if we, as farmers, stand
for it, we shall lose our share .
.... If w to have free
wheat, thi n v ;'. us free iron,
free petroleum, free fuel alcohol,
machinery, free elothing,
In his Radical days Mr.
imberlain sa id (28th April
is to : I of
return to Protection in
any shape 01 form, I think it is
incon 'i\able th t the agricul
tural interest wouh
manufacturers ti 1 be
while
ver discovered, is proti 1 ted
by a glass case, while smaller
of different sizes and
quality may n inside the
Stall. Mo varied products
oftheBalmmas/ip manufactured
u\ I raw state, are to be found
in this section. Mr. II. N, Chip
man, who ' .. n specially
r b) th- Chamber of Com
"1 rci over thi Baha-
mas exhibit, and is kept '
distributin information to
numerous visit rs "
We have had the pli
ing an ex :i llent photograph
picture of '1 he Bahamas Exhi
bit it is beyond doubt a highly
allow {artistic and attractive arrange
acturers to be protected ment w
l"'"1 imp i:'- went free [it ,, Mr. Chipman's t I
He has pn ved a true prophet, land (. ,,,.
Mr. Bonar Law agreed to|some motion tog
pi stpone th'- qui stipn of I
'ion. brain lies "f tin: British
"N itional I ai mer's Union"
havi
to the ffei t that they refuse to
support a poli< v which ta
an'd leavi out the
acts of agricultu
THE
CANADIAN NATIONAL
EXHIBITION
'1 hi'- ibition continues to
centre public im ; in four
'lays tin.- attendance t% ei led a
qu irtei of a million; though on
fourth daj the atti ndam e
41' atly reduced by ram.
It is most gratifying t"
that bur exhibit also continues to
imand L.'reat attention', as
.11 by thi following extract
from l he Globe Toronto of Aug
29th.
THE BAHAMA ISLANDS.
"The Bahama Islands exhibit
continues t" be om of the rbiel
attractions at the Government
Building.Not onlyare the numer
ing in them
selves, but tie- arrangement and
the artistic decorations at tin-
stall attrai t tin- attention of the
visitor first at the principal en-
trance. 1'' rhaps the greatest
draw, from the feminine point
of view, is|the fine native drawn*
thread work, which occupies one
side of the stall. Beautiful bas-
. hats ami ornaments mad-'
from fine sisa] hemp, polished
tortoise shell and other shell
work- paintings, baskets and
household artich s, useful and
ornamental, comprise the native
section, The largest sponge, in
the world, eleven feet in circum-
ference, reposes on a pedestal,
and another, said 11 If the fin-
pm
foi it n 1
iwime motion to get thin a
j that shape in three da
I he picture may be seen in
the -,. ,\ w indnw of Mr.
Charli \ ury, I lardware
Ston ,.: 54 B et.
*
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT.
It is al ways a pleasure for us
1 *tow p ti > m hei it 1 due
and u (ertainly is due to
the Board ol \\ orks contra. 1 1
Mr. William Eneas who
transformed < difficult and un
tly stairway into a sightlv
and i-;i-' a si to th top (if
l-ast Hill itreel from P<
Sloj
W len o 1 ion has required
oui pn si n in East Hill Sti :et,
the
othei waj up instea I of the six-
teen steps ; ve shall go up
by the si \ enti 1 n smoothly ce-
ue nted and eas) "treads'' an I
"risers." But me thing, or, to be
strictly cup ti two ihings are
needed for the help of the a
and COrpuh lit : ,1 hand rail on
eat h side, and nothing could be
better than t.. have them ol -
galvanised pipe.
j
COLUMBUS DAY
Day.
( 121I1 (n tr, 1913)
Just one month henc- and the
memorable Columbus Day
is upon us. Though a mnni 1
yet it is not to 1 soon to begin to
select our Post Card*and u> look
up names and addressi I "I those
we propose sending them to.
We should make a much
bettei showing tins year because
much longer notice has been
given. To make this scheme
effective we must be persistent.
We have been requested to
announce that a Spet ial Service
in 1 onni 1 tion with tl e 37th an-
niversary of "Excelsii >r Lorl
I. O. < 1. I will be held in Zi
Baptist Church bj the Rev.
Charles A. Dann on Sunday 1 |th
at 7:30 p.m.
Members on the Inactive I
specially invited to attend.
Ex members of 'he Lodge,
members of the W. C, I". ''.. and
: fatal Abstineu
air, who have taken the Total
Abstfl obli I I icnds
of '! ance gen rally are
1 ai a'- tl ' ml; aad
the general public ai cordially
welcome.
Complaints contin ie to be
made ol the annoyam causedby
the disorderly condui 1 of child
and youths w ho romp and
, shout and u 11 Stle, talk-
loudly and laugh huider at I
it. The aid of I
police must now be invoked to
prevent what is really an intel
ting into
throwing p rls before
ine and' the rah
Foreign Mails also Mails for
Inngua and I Cay to be I
Miami p Fi
E" will be made up and do
on I. : lie i'lth September
at 8 o'i I k a. m.
'I lie \h>tor "Fi n E ar
1 ived yesterd 1. aft rnoon from
Miami with shingl is, I Sasoline,
and Cattle feed, and the Follow-
ing passengers.
Misses Funice Thompson, Sa
rah Johnfon, Iorris Sturrup and
Pearline Wiley ; Mrs. Bertha
Sturrup ; Messrs. Albert Cul
mer, I eophilous Know Ie ,
I lenry (ilintou, Samui I lohnson,
Ormond Fox, < ieorge Knowles,
Ihomas Clerk 1 U)
0 Repatriated.
-*
rile scfao......1 "Winifred"
sailed yesterday for Miami
with 3'> passengers.
j
Cargo shipped per Mail
Steamer "Vigilancia for New
York 12th Sepr. 1913.
111 bales sponge, 112 bales
Refuse sponge 113 bales
iponge clippings, \$6 bales
Sisal, 88 bales Si-.d waste, 1519
Cases Canned 1'iiieapphs, 32
i Canned Guavas, 493 bbls.
sh.dls, /">82 boxes Grape-fruit,
10 'Ions Lignumvitas, 19 bales6
bbls. Hark, 9 packages Engine-
partt A .
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i.
T II 6 T R i B (1 N E
WEATHER BULLETIN
l By Radio Telegraphy)
Washington 13th.
Indications of a "Disturb-
ance" south, and near Porto
Rico."
I he above was sen 1 oul by
:ii Radio station at Key
\Yes1 i" (I iy following the
usual daily noon "Tune Sig-
In
s.
I IBLEGRAMMS
September 13th 191 \
Philadelphia, 11. ihe In-
lito Club of London to lay
won the with the
Merion Club at I laverford by7i
runs.
London, 1r. Great Britain,
Fraro I i> rmany, Russia, Fin-
land, I cnmark, Stl "d< tl and
Austria have definitedly pro-
mised the American Olympic
committee that they will send
teams to San Francisco in 1915.
Berlin,11. rh ierman ma-
airship L, 1. was 1!
this evning in a I..... ane eigh.
: Heligoland
in the north 1 I orpedo !
I I seven of the crew.fifteen
others bein \ missing, and it is
II rtain that the) p 1 islied,
The VVomens S 1 ial and Po<
litical Union is planning to
make things uncomfortable foi
Sir Edward Carson, and his col.
leagues, if th iy fail to make pro-
vision for votes for Women in
the new constitution they are
fting for Ulster.
Colebrook, 11. Marry Thaw
tonight slept on American soil,
barricaded in a hotel room here.
Thrust unexpectedly over (he
Canadian border early today
despite the writ of habeas 1
pus demanding his production
I- the Kings Bench in .M m
treal Monday, he was for three
hours a free man.
Near noon he ran into the
arms of a New Hampshire She
nfl and was brought to Cole-
Brook, where he retained coun-
sel to resist extradition.
London, 11. The French
motor boat Desperjons 11. to
day won the first race for the in-
ternational motor-boat trophy
sencs In Osbornc Hay. The win-
ner finished the course of 32.4
miles m 41 minutes and 31 sec-
onds.
The Maple Leaf iv a British
entry, w%s second .and Ankle
1 >eep, A impion ftn-
! third
When shall IVC the plea-
sure to rei rd ;
"Another Elect ric Light in
M kki:t Si R1 1 :" '
RUE WITH A DIFFERENC1
Sept. 1.', 1913-
To the Editorof the Tribune.
Sir,
It is wonderful when we think,
if we ever do think, of the new
phrases that an phrased, and
quickly absorbed and identified
with the. particular language of
r birth of such is "Civic
pride." It is now mouthed by
everyon Ihurchillism, and
it is to be hoped that it will me.in
more to us than a mere son ition
for it embodies an elevating idea
.1 lofty principle, a profound
hope. But it does really seem
to be "made to the ear and
broken to the hope", as yet. I
da not range myself on the side
'Inquirer" who seems to have
gone about with a "two I
rule" measuring the altitudi
elation in the highways, and
perhaps hi dges. I wish that he
had not been definite in Ins
mea nd also had lo-
cated the streets where "the
bushes" "is six It. high." Are
they East, West, North or South
ol his stud;.. '1 here are "son
ts Inti i i'.y pro-
and in none ol these have I
i ved any bush ; but I I ave
smelt "awful stenches" emanat-
ing both day and night from
. drams. 1 W ish that 1 could
see hem as well, indeed I would
rather see them,and leave it to
others with less keen olfactories
than myself to do the smelling
"Civic pride"wellit seems
to me that the article is scarce
in the City proper.ln the mattei
of "awful stenches," the City
over the "green hill far away,
outside the City waU"-(irant's
Town City- displays a poverty
ol Itenches that is positively en-
viable. I was accompanied by a
gentleman of much experience,
a few days ago in a sub-urban
stroll and remarked on the
cleanlim ssof the lanes through
which we passed to which he
cordially agreed. He said that
he had seen repulsive and un-
sanitary conditions in a large
town near Manchester such as
were entirely absent in Grant's
Town, though he could not say
that Grant's Town was perfect.
You niav talk about Grant's
Town as you pli a -. and al-
though "the City" can boa a <>f
having "some" mone) spent up-
on it. it cannot hold a candle to
Grant's Town' "Say ?did you
hold a caudle on Thursday
night ':" "I did."
"God bless the "Daughters of
the Empire! They are up and
doing." \. d will not the "Sons
of Civi( Pride" march around
the streets of the City, especially
those with deep diams ', At the
li it until the Board of I lealth
and the Hoard of Works can get
I to ivork ; each man, not with a
i pitcher in his hand, i old
folks once did ; but with aj
sprinkler tin of ClILORIDK 01
Lime, and 1 guara I that
though the City walls will not
fall down i id the
steucii demon will be killed im-
mediately.
I lit i d mind to organ-
i "Drain Stench Destroying
Brigade.
Let the City residents exhibit
a little Civic Pride, have less
an I other things about
their premises. There are some
really decent looking, residences
City, but the groun I I
1 want to notice the FACT
that since Government House
grounds have been denuded of
, Mosquitoes have almost
quitted the immediate neigh-
bourhood.
By th bye Who is the "In
i '.ni' of Nu: More
power to his elbow, and the C.
M. O'a. !
Yours,
SUGGESTION.
K

NOW all mou ( and wo-
men too; by these pre
sets that THE LADIES OF
WESLEY CHURCH Will
give a
"JIM CARNEY"
At the residence of Miss D dxell
situate dii Meet n.; Street on Friday
nexl 19th uist.
SPORTS
! ligh 1 lain, Foot race Tug
of War, Skippi f, >
Entries m de on the grounds
Prize ill he given.
REFRESHMENTS to suit the most
fasti lious taste i II he on sale.
\ BAND ilC in attendance.
ADMISSIl >N \dults3d.Children id
Gate open at t, I'. M.
ALL AUK INVITED.
IMPERIAL
ON Monday 15th at 8:15 p.m
wili preseot a feature -.how
in .1 ul of
BETHEL BAPTIST SUNDAY
SCHOOL
Prices same
as
usual
FOR RENT.
HOUSE on East Hay Street, at
present occupied by 15. P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st.
\ ust.
ipplj
WALTER K. MOORE.
Grand Opening!
THE BUSY BEE
SHOE STORE
THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHOE
STOKE WILL BE OPENED ON
Saturday 13th inst.
UNDER THE BIG TREE
Its Stock will comprise all the
leading Styles and Grades of
BOOTS AND SHOES
direct from the miv nufnctorlee.
The patronage of my kind
friends and the public gene-
rally is
Respectfully Solicited
J. S. KNOWLES
Manager.
Fresh Just Arrived
ONION SEEDS from TenerifTe
and all other Vegetable Seeds
lAT TOOTE'S.
40/} Bay Street.
CLEARANCE Sale.
A S Williams' the Shncman if
i \ about to make a change in
that parl >if Ins business known as
WILLIAMS'
NOVELTY STORE,
321 Hay street,
He will sell during the next
IIII KIT DAYS
i t greatly reduced prices the entire
Stock, consisting ol a large
variety ol items of General
Merchandise such as
I.allies Fancy White Dresses.
Black and Navy Hlue Skirts
Household necessities and Cook-
ing Utensils, Fancy Articles
suitable for Nmas and Birth*
day 1 'resents etc. &c.
COME AND HAVE A LOOK-
TO DAY, and
ipend from 3d. to l to gre it
advantage a(
Williams'
Novelty Store
321 Bay-street, City
A''.;:
WANTED.
re-A Cook. APPLY at
Intellif;enec Ollice.
I RIBUNE OFFICE
\


I
It has 1,748 Sunday schools with
367,738 scholars, and raised last
I year $1,942,305 for congregational
[ purposes, and "9579,768 for its de-
nominational vvoik. Negotiations
for union with 1 lie Pieshyterian
I hurch (Northern) are pending.
3. The Christain | Reformed
Church, formerly "Holland In-
formed" and "True Dutch Re-
formed" is strongest in Michigan,
where it originated and "here
it bout half its members are found.
It has twelve classes with 145
ministers, 193 churches, and 31,-
568 cnm.riunicants. In its home
mission work two Indian missions
are embraced. At Grand Rapids,
its headquarters, it has a college
and a theological seminary. There
are 24 parochial schools, with
nearly 6,000scholars.
4, The Hungarian Reformed
Church was organized in 1904, un-
der the general supervision of the
Reformed Church of Hii'ieary,
drawing its members from the Re
formed (German) Church, the Pre*
bytei ian. Congregations i and other
Churches, It has 18 ministers, (6
churches, and 5,253communicants,
according to the census of 1906.
( \'o be continued.)
Japenco
SANITARY WASHABLE
PAINT
TO BE MIXED WITH WATER.
In White, Grey,
Pink and Green.
7 lb. Tins at 3s. 6d.
Prefix Enamels
ASSOR1 ED COLOURS
in Tins at Od.
I".. is. od., 2s. 6d.
Star Vacuum Flasks
IN TWO SIZES
PINTS ANT) QUARTS.
For Sale bv
CHAS. K. ALBURY.
NOTICE.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the public in general
that I have returned from my round
trip and am now randy to do any-
thing in the line of general repair
ing of hoots and shoes.
All work done mechanically.
D. S. POWELL.
East Bay St
FOR SALE
I| OUSE and Lot on West St.
J lor particulars apply to M.
I,. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W.
132 St. New York City.
I 111 ruin u nk
fM Baby's Welfare g&gffijj
^ THE ALLENBURYS' FOODS being perfectly digestible and closely resem-
$$& bling human milk, give freedom from digestive ailments, promote sound
sleep and ensure vigorous health and development.
Menbimjs
MILK FOOD No 1.
Frun birlb lo 3 aooibi
MII.K FOOD No. 3.
From 3 lo t> BOBlbl
and the -ALLENBURYS' FEEDER. Simplest and Best.
MALTED FOOD No. 3 RUSKS (Milud)
I-torn b mom In upwtrdi. Froo. lo aiuattiapwardt.
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES
A Pamphlet on Infmil Feeding ind Management Free, -*
ALLEN & HANBLRYS Ltd., London. England.
W. A. MATHER
UNDI RTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that he has
jost rei eived n i omplete outfit of
facilities for the business of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry out FuneiaK that
may be entrusted to his care with
system nnd despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patrnnag Get
my Prices first mid pr*ve that they
are the very lowest for fiist class
work.
Wl, would ifo.m all who appreciate t Good Srnnkc.that we turn
have on h^nd an extensive Stock ol HAVANA l [GAR* We
guarantee out brand to be made of the finest Havana ami Mimatr*
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. .,,,,, ,
These Ci sarsare manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce ap article of super.....mality.
The sw i ess we have met with in the p*si leads .,s awndently to expect
,lll,',i".....* "f-""" |. L. SAUNDERS 4 Co.
H,i\ Street,
NOTICE
HA VING b'-en appointed
AGENT f"' MAPESPINK-
Al'IM.T. FERTILIZER in
the Bahamas I am able to supply
customers with sums at mnu-
facluri i- price w Inch is 44 per ton
.,1 s ban els 01 $5 50, per barrel of
250 ll>-. 1". 0. B. N'\\ York.
1 ins Fertilize! can also be ob-
tained through any commission
11 use in \'i'\v York, or direct from
Manila, turers at the same price,
I shall be, glad to tike liny one
desiiious of seeing the r- suits ob.
t lined from the ure of tins Ferti-
liser'to my cultivations in Nassau
which must rouvime anvone that
MapeS Fertilizer is the kind best
Suited t<. our soil for the growing
of pineapples.
WALTER K. MOORE.
GPGclt Reduction
IN PRICES OF Sewing1
Machines
During the month0'
August I tn offer-
ing these Bargains.
"New National" .'it i .\-.
"Ideal" at \ 28.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
.11
NO TICK.
' |"*HIS is to inform my Patrol
1 ami the Public in Genera
tint I have opened my Publl
Blai k Smith Shop; and am no1
ready to do anything in the line r
Genet a I repair or new work llors
shoeing Specially, All work don
Mechanically.
I'. A. Pluyler,
4 Bay Street. East (Wharf
s
FOR SALE.
T^HE Building back nl Steam
I Riding (iallers 38x38 feel to
be removed, apply to Znchary
Tayloi s ind 10 Market St.
A
WANTED.
r once -A Cook. APPLY at
the Intelliqencc Office.
TRIBUNE OFFICE
iok s\i.i:
AND ll.Y AND
MOSQUITO NETS.
At TUT. SHAMROC K.
II. I. PUSSELI .
Bav.street, City,
COLUMBUS COLLEGE.
THE MIDDLEGRADESCHOOL
Foonded 1900,
TUT'. School course embraces
modern and classical langu-
ages, History, Arithmetic, Euclid
Algehia, Hook keeping, Wilting
and Drawing,
Vocal Music, Short Hand Me-
chnnical Drawing by Specialists,
The College opens August 4th
School Fees moderate.
Apply to
A. T. BETHEL.
Undergraduate
^Cambridge University
NOTICE,
T CLEMENT CLEOPHAS A
[ l ENBOROUGH hereby ej
point my brothei Herbert A, \|
t uborougli to .ict for iiw as
guardian and to transact all bul
nets in my name to the welfai
m\ Interest.
(Signed)
(Miss) 1 LEMENT CI EOPHJ
ATTENBOROUG
AS contractor'for street Sq
engine I hereby request tl|
Householders will have ban
of yard sweepings Sic, at thl
gates not later than noon day. sd that the same might [
removed promptly.
K. ci. MALCOLV!
N,i .111 N. P.
Aug. 30th 191 j.
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