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% CD SO 3 or If) r+ CD (f) 0. 13O CD CO Nulllvis ,\ bound lo swetvr lo the Dofttrms of no S,sler VOL. X. N&saau, N. P., l:..h;Him., Tuesday. September 16. I9l3 No. 247 I.I ON fc in ii t ii, I nfllB tNtl I'd..pull tl l OKKICI B U M AIIKI'.T -TI.'KKT II N. P., IAIIAMA-. ii. Itni PUBLISHED i) MI.1 Monday, Vednatday ind Ptldaj Tuesdaj li.. -. i,....,, • LT I COJH ... | Wealth ... 4 |.| Mont lit > it ', | ,' ISI tei lv |, HalfYearlv Yeanv ii,. PAYABLE IN AKYANTR. Advertising Rate*: Six pence \tw liue fi.i first insertion : three | e ice | w line '..r neci .'I i TI -•-11 %  < >i >; end i me |*niiy pel .I lubaequeiit insertion* \ i ertitemeoti undei eitrhl linei II. Mil I If Duly New* ;ifii| Leader" AugUSl II. IQI j MR. LLOYD QEORGK ON Hi" INMJR VN Ii \CT \ CO .VIN< IX'. ST.AI EVIEN I II.. the New Rill Will Ueuefit 1I1 • Aged Workers, "I r 'M" I..." ." tin' i 'h .11. ell<>i •-11 "t-. III.' SIClllll 'III h| %  III.' MI I ' -• Ii.".. In Here •VIII I ,. r 11.' in %  >. "i| 1 in...1 ..I • • '.[ Ins. ,. Wi'i I,, li .' Will "1 7* 6d. A H1 k. tin % %  I' \ ll %  •. I I I.. I ,. Ullfll I 'I,.' ; 11 %  in i II now |> using through I' u liani.ii! ilii-c u|(t<*l |i'..|ili' will ltd < \,i< -ilv ill.' same benefits %  1ill.-..uhi. .. 1 < %  younger it. yeais. (> Teeis ) (.\ V •' : 'Will HIMHI tlill.ntv Ivih ? 'I I should like in 111) frieudtlicre bow many hve hail lhe'tliirtyb<>b.'(Laughler.)Hall a million. (t'hecrs.) Ihe country isall right, (Laughter and cheers.) I li.s .ind eveiy week thai pay. ment is being made tn 2711,1100 workers, (Cheers) Before the net about 90,000 of these would have lipi'n in friendly societies, A few more may nave had other retources; but over 150,000 of them • would have been practically without any provision at all, if the illness were protracted, except the pawn-broker and the parish, to keep them,their wives, and their families from privatinn, And this is the Act that confened In n 'fit "" "" •"" : "'-' : r and cheers.) SANATORIUM I l" I MAT "Now I come to tli 'ii .1 1 iicl'ii which has already in ilciialised, the san itoiium l>'"<. In. M fore tin \ 1 came into 1 • liere %  only ,;ln.iii %  -, .... a. I,,-. u n\ ailnble throughout the \ hole %  .( the United Kingdoin for nil classes in the loria. Must of 1 hes r were 11 cu |.ii'.l by 1 .• .in> wh'i could afford to pat f'.i t in-ill. Yi in MI 1 v ihei p | re t ike it thai barely 2,coo p invlil be available in these greai in slitutions foi the ure uf ihe work. mg cla^si s, I he lust thing we did was to -I'll£ 1,1 the build ing i.f i.v\ -aii.ilu. 1,1. 'I IIH 11 1 \ was voted and put 111 1 he bank, to he available grants in aid of local authorities, committees, or associations that weie prepared to build, I need hardly say you cannot do that in a day, .s. w 11 -.u Ifr finiii consu'Tipii"n In ve I" en iliviili il inn three 1 lasses those w ho are treat! .1 in 1 hen ho.nes, iln.se who are ire ited by dispensaries which have been %  1 |. everywhere under ihe lusur\ %  .in I I. are Fsi for In in. "i 1', %  in.1 Ii 1 ia, lira II under the 111-.. 1 f HUP Vet "i' id) t en 11 umpi ive 01 ken Of those, 13,000 have been placed in these sanatoria-—(Cheers), It isa deadly fight between man and disease. One must be killed either the man or the deadly tubercle, NOURISHMENT IN THE Hi USc I li. se who are tn sled at ho 1 e g.'t ii'.t only medicine and medic il treatment, but they also n.'i good nourishment winch they could not afford to purchase— pint of the best milk supplied to them evi (lay. and other specially itrengtl ins fmids. Drugs do not cure a man without sustenance, and in thes in%  •lorin they are fed and nourished, d >CtOred and cared fur. "I had a list ihe othei day from Brig el ol the persons who had !• %  • ceived treatment there. They had only paid a fw shillings for Stan ps, some of the n had only paid a fewpence, an 1 \ ct I find that £ .20, £$>, I— JLA9-*V t *m* i'.S" had already been sp< nt upon theii in have 1 1 ise he.-i wi re £"60 spe 1 upon .. %  v, ho had %  il uted about as. rather better than nini |end 1.11 f> IUI pi 1 "i hi.is ihe case of a st< master, When ho as Hist reported by the Insurant e Committei 's tuberculosis officer he was too ill In come '. %  tlie dispensary, and he was v ii ited at home by that gentleman. who reported on his case and advised that he should he treated at home at first. He received domicilary treatment for four months. The railway company had proposed to dispen with Ins services, but When ill. y heard that his C8SC Was beinfi taken in hand by the Insuran e Committee they gave him a chance. Aftei four months' treat* in. "i HI Ins own house he wassent to a sanatorium for cousumptives, I le was awa) for two and a half n il". W h..i WAS the result ? The .le. 1 een a in sir,!. He is now quite well, and he is backat his work, (Cheers, ) No one has bein defrauded there except death, ( Che. rs, I i the I oris ask him what he thinks of ilns tyrannical Act. I 1 %  .-I-. "I could give > Ih ss r which h..\ e been supplied to in.'. I len is the I as.of a man who had lost..ne daughter through consunij tion'l he seon-d daughter was att icked and you can imagine the frame nfmind ol thai poor fellow when he saw Ins srcoi .Ichild rapidly drnggedafter hei sisici along the road thai leads to Ihe tomb.Hewus fi led with despair but the Insuian. e Act called .it his In me win 11 he was sitting with bowed head and desponding heart, t ipped him on the shoulder, and said to him, "Be of good cbe. r. I know it is difficult ((ne of \..ur # clnldreii has already been taken away by this monster, hut that w -.s before I was born, You|lenie her to me." And this reviled Act forthwith lakes th. poor child lo 10 one I its s.iii.r tot ia, muses her, and 1 an 1 for hei tenderly, skilfully, foi mi nths, and now has sent h( r back rescued from the shadow of death lo the anus i f a glad father. (Cheers) Don't let i (Continued on fouith page). *• %  *' *N



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% 1 H £ TRIBUNE Zbc tribune Ttieidiiv, September l It is wonderful t<> see how the Protectionist limitation in the Old Country lias died down. Perhaps it may get something of a revival when the present trade boom passes, but at present it r very little in evidence. Speaking of good trade leads us to rein.irk that one of the causes of the Hl-SUCoessof this propaganda lias been the failure one by one of tin dismal prophecies of Mr. Chamberlain. Here is one of these dark prophecies, together with the knockdown blows that events themselves have administered to it: Mr. Chamberlain, at Green* ock on October 8th 11*03. i" p dieted the dire results of .the importation of American halfmanufactured steel into the I'm' d Kingdom. I le said on that 111 asion :— In a letter recently published in the 1 mies," a correspondent calls attention to an interview whjch was held in Philadelphia and published in the "I'hiladc 1 phia Ledger,"* great newspaper of that city, between a director of the American Steel Trust and reporter. The American Steel Trust is the greatest of all American trusts; it produces at the present time twenty million tons of steel per annum—a verj much greater quantit) than is produced in tins country" We will pause here a moment to remark that Mr. Chamberlain seems unconst ii tusly to have "laid it on a bit too thick,"' seeing that according to our information the recoi i production of this trust up to that time had been 1 =, million ions. But to pi" < eed with our quotation : "The director told the repor ter that trade was falling oil . and the director antieipat ed that before long the Aim 11 an demand would fall several lillions of tons short of the American supply . Said he (We have made all ourpn paraons; we are n >t going to re iice our output, we are n >l go to blow out a sinud' fui na e if we (bd . We should to turn out of HI \ nrks the streets hundreds of amis of Am11 an w orkI, ai.d, therefi >re, what w e are g to do is to in,ade foreign BRirkcts." And re ncrnber, it not be easy for them to invade the German" market, because in ev • \ c ise they Will find a tariff which if necessary, can be ra.s d against them. They will com to this country; they will g( I 1 the only free market ; and before you are two or three years older, and unless there is a change in the situation. I warn 0U will have dumped down in your country ten million tons of American iron. You will see many ironworks close), you may see others continued at a loss, stru^gling for bettei tunes ; but what will become ol the workmen employed ? Hundreds of thousan Is of English workmen, will be tl.roAn • ui of employment iu order to make room for hundreds of thousands of American workmen, who art kept in employment during the i,,-, 1 ti by tins system." So far Mr Chamberlain : And now, let us as!;, what did happen? Mr. Seymou' Bell. British Commercial Agi nt in the Unit cd State s, in ins report issued in September 1 :. lid '• "I I" Manuf i' tuivrs of iron and steel .... instead of continuing tin ii '•'.' >rks to the full extent and depending 011 the export business to dispose of their surplus, and thus Sustain home price-., have, t> a larger exte than USUal,< nit ailed production and thus avoided accumulating large stocks It app< ars also that in )o ni' a employed by the American Steel Corpoiation sul fered reductions in wages ranging from to to jo per cent The report of the Steel Trust showed that whereas 111 IQOjJ the total number of employees was 167,709, receiving 122,763,000 dollars 111 wages and salaries, the number fell in 1904, to 1.17. 343 persons, who received onij ^9,978,000 dollars jn wages. And this is 1 Ully one of m m cases in which facts have sin w 1 the absurdity ami unreliability of \lr. Chamberlains forecasts. The property known as '"Pol heinus" we understand, has been s>ld to Mr. R. M. Simpson for AGRICULTURE. We learn that some of the Commissioners of the Agricultural Districts, are trying to ncourage the cultivation of the Castor Bean for the extraction of Oil for export. Th -re is no plant here to extract the Oil, And we Irani that the aecrs-aiv machinery is verv expensive. We are in favour of Apiculture for our 1 %  "pic but are so main things whli !i < aii be grown here, and used to be grown hen. in large quantities and profitably, which since the peasantry have taken to growing, cleaning, and selling Sisal, they have al andoned, that it seems useless and hopeless to try to Induce them to start on new lines. We refer to corn, and the 1 grinding of grits potatoes, onions, pigeon peas, which grow I and nourish with verv little < ul tivation beyon I the planting, and vi 1 tie I U few grown ; that the pri< is advanced to • 21s. 4(1. per buthel <>r l6cts, per quart a I l6s. per bushel : ..r 6ctS 0 e 6 J ears ago. j White be ins, are sc.ucely pro luci rl i have to iin [ port them ; I al consumption Previous to the Sisal Fever," ise 1 l i leaps of provj sums of iJfcanl'r.il!. |i remiah Roll^P oj^l'i.i'!. ii< "I.:Wilkin .on, lerman ( i iai.t. .JfoseTMi Major Van. H 1. Lufknjfcnd NathanI arson tI Master I e [Communicated.) DRINKING WATER CAN BE PURIFIED BY ELECTRICITY. Two p ii t fa tors in the uplifting of lli" human race are Religion and Science. It has it -s.-ience Is the handmaid of Religion, but they might more apth and correctlv .died "tw in sisters," but as a discussio : "M he case would lead to a >tile ^"<\ lengthy disquisition is"no part of the writei '' ion, but only. to point out i ol the ways by wln'h some esm y be prevented,nndthe importance of systematic and united study along scientific lin is to restore to man the inherit nice which he has f the sort enumerated lost through his own ignorance above Ii ; • • in Cat Island, and I.OIIL; Island Messrs J. P. Sands \ Co • harf used to be their rendezvous, and we can pic tare the nuui er of boats ly nig there di .; of products from thes Isl u Is. and cupidity. B id air and bad water are due to the presence ol toxic micro organisms which ,i< esponsible for many disea MS, and tini m I has enabled men ol i to stamp them out abs 'lately, when the. Poulti live stock, and hidden intelligence of at least main ol S, used to be pnduced and bi night here for sale, to supply our needs, win. h now aday's are i .t don-, agsi in r.. %  ii of the Health \-. ." Urea ve can see it widening in the awakening among the intelligent of the crops? When tins isaccomplish-1 nations, in the interest ex. ited ed to its full then look around I by the Health Congresses Jhat for other crops. We adiic rJUf energetic Co nmissi mi n I think' them praiseworthy, but think that they are starti i • at the. wrong end. J S. S, "Vigilanrjt* arrived in New York 12 noon yesterday. have been held recently in England and till I'Md Mates. A rete inst im e of this, sre the quest i ns n w l> ing daily a d, "Is P< llagra contagious?" •' A hat is Pell For although the disease has been know n to exist for a hundred vears, and many theories have IK en advanced concerning it, The Motor "FrancesE" sailed!none have behind them proo! J this morning with mails and the following passengers. Miss Theresita Knn Mesdames Margaret Tayloi .and infant, llilma Sands. I'.llen Thompson Esquijarrsa, Clementina North, Beatrice Pratt and infant, and Lucille Anderson; Messrs Herschell Hall. Benjamin Morrison,Milton Neely.Melchisedec Neeleyh, John Darrell, Gabriel Cooper, William Hinder, Jame Gaiter, Herbert Russell, Elijah Grant, Melvin Russell,, George Smith, William}-V Major, sufficient to satisfy the scientific mind. As we know definitely that r.it fleas ronsmit to man tn.it micro organism which is tl • %  cause of tli" plague, so we shall one day know whether spoilt corn > r running streams a,e theories, or a new theory will be shown to be: a true one. But to the subject Die forces of Nature are gradually being harness d for the service


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I III: I R I B U N!'. in r^^ home fur the ex purpose of purifying dnnkir] water. The tyro in the Study of Electricity knows thai ilectrie discharges lake place between two class tubes, if one rests inside the other, and their surfaces facing each other are COB ted with metal, ozone is developed in the space between them. Ozone kills the ^'erms, or, bacteria, or, micro-organisms whirh are present in containi nated water, and when some more simple method is devised as a kitchen apparatus which can be easily connected with the current from the Electric light house or kitchen wires, it is liitely that the problem <>f a pure drinking water will be oh d, and doubt and uncertainty will he things of the past. The method will be i nple, • r, rather shoul I be so simple, that chemical and bacteriological analyses will be unnecessary to determine whether water is drinkable or not. Use the apparatus "Press the button," and feel that you aresafe. What vi • asier or simpler. Your minds now at I ;xe 1 as t< i I,: • form • f filter to be ui You must have your drinking water boiled, and even then you arc n< il absolutely satisfied, for "Has the cook boiled it -" lUit .Mu may have the apparatus on ynar breakfast, or luncheon, or dinner table, as twin to you I on, Will not • rnegie. or Rockefeller, or Government, offer a Prize for such a apparatus ? What Philanthro ph\ iuld he greater ? M. B. J X issau i r > Sept mber 1913. The I'.' itor, 11 ibune Sir, In your issue of mth Sepr. I I the following simple state men t : "We are inf Mined that owing to an unfortun.it' accident to the Electric Motor at the Radio telegraph station it will not be possible foe any radio transmis sion from Nassau pending the return of the motor from New York whence it will be shipped oil I : hl.i* 12th inst." "It is hoped that communication may he renewed in a fortnight" This and nothing more; On the face of it, it is a very simple matter, but is it so in reality ? Two weeks after the formal opening cf the Wireless station which cost a large amount of nffpaycrsnnonev this important and expensive establishment is rendered u teless, Why should that I Have the Anglo-French Wire less Telegraph Company foisted upon us a defective machine ? or, Is the act i tent (?) the result of incompetent handling ? The A F. W. T. Co. has too much at stake in its reputation, to I up a faulty and defectivt station and instrument, so I am inclined to believe that the latter 1 restion i> t 1 !" orrect one. Incompetent handling by amateur operators. No corporation, municipality. or governwenl other than the Bahamas would commit such a reprehensible I.hinder as to p] valuable and delicate machinery in an import ml establishment in the hands ol ut duly qualified and 1 erti heated Elec tin.il En ineers and operators, were it so the d fe :1 might /ws sibly have b n mai 1 good here of having t" be sent to New York. N doubt about it there seems a wondei >us I u k of busin acumen in the managemenl of the property of the people. 1 question has been asked more than once Is the thing a toy ? It appears to me Sir that the A. i\v. T. I ild have been required to l< ave a qualifi%  ian along with th< govern ments qualified man f >i a period of one lo three months to leal (he machine under varying 1 nil ditions vV •: an engine is sent nut from a factory in England a qualified engineer is sent with it by the buildi is for six to twelve in mths Why nol so with the delicate \\ in less Tele graph instrument? Thanking vou for s| ace, Mr. Editor, SCRUTATOR. : CABLEGRAMS Excursion WfpRANCES h." sails for %  T Harbour Island on Saturday night, September 20th, at I 1 o'clock. Leaves Harbour Island, 4 p.m. Sunday. Ten Shillings Round Trip. Particulars and Tl Icett. Office FRANCES K. Nassau, N. P., i Sept. 16, 1913. September 16th 1913. London, 14 W n. O'Brien Irish Nationalist, M P. for Cork City suggests that King George participate in the scheme of Earl Loreburn who recently appealed to the great political parties to confer with a vie>r to reaching a settlement of the Irish ques tion by consent. Liverpool, 14.—The body of the late Mayor of New York City, Win. .1. (lavnor, is aboard the steamer Lusitania at sea. itter receiving honours seldom paid to ait epi Englands most illustrio is .! W lingl 1, 14.— In anticipation of important develop1 onnection with the Mexii an pi iblem this week, stati ils have ittention to the Kvr\.\ m 1 >f plans for the withdrawal I th< e Americans in Mexico who tan he induced to leave that country. Colebrook, N. II, 14.—The perpetually recurring writ of habeas corpus which lias so often dotted the career "f Harry 1 haw, cropped up igain this moon iii 11 to resist 1 Ktradition. This time, and for the first tune the issui d by a federal court. London, 14.—Sir Rickman Godlee, Presidi nl of 'iie Royal College of Surgeons of London, has accepted an invitation to confer the fel hips of the American Coll. %  of Surgeons at the first con : >n of the institution which Will be held in Chicago on N" >er 13th. Pekin. 1 t. —( >rcl ued toil is' by the provisional president j signify, it is*belived I foreign I observers in Peking that China 1 has complied with the Japanese demands presented yesterday, Washington', 34.—Plans len> tativelv adopted for an army aviator corps at Fort Sam Houston Texas, are being considered by Major General Aleshire, chief! of the quartermasters corps. Paris. 14.—What is described! as the worlds fii>est organ, an] Instrument nearly 300 years old, togetl er with some reinaikahle 1 specimens of carved woodwor from a room of a hou • in Chester, England, Wave been bought by <\n American d t<.r a wealths collector. The puce of the organ is saiil to be 100.000. K NOW all men ; and men tooj bv the* pre* sents thai l"HK LADIES OF WESLEY CHI KCH Will "JIM CARNEY" \t the residene* of Mi ;s I > dzell -itu its on Meeting Streeton l-r.day next i^tli mst. SPOU IS High liimp.lo >| rai • rug of War, Skipping, &c, Ac. Entriet made on the groands Prizes will he given. REFRESHMENTS to suit themes! Fastidious tatte will be on le, A BAND" IF MUSIC in attendance. A OMISSION Adults 3d.Cbildreo id Gate 1 'pen at } P, M. All. ARE INVITED. NOTICE. 'T*HIS is to inform my Patrons I nn I the public in gener il that I have returned From my roun 1 trip and am now ready to do any (thins in the line of general repair, tag of hoots and shoes. All work doi illy. I). S. P( WELL. Bast Bay -it ft—r "VC POPULAR MECHANICS zinel liken at THE Maga that miik en Fact more fnaclnutln^ than Fiction WRITTIM SO VOU CAN UNOIftlTAND IT A GREAT Continued Story erf the World". 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r. i Kili any insurance canvasseis go pist that man's house ;it any rate ( Cheets i CONVERSION OF ASCFFER "Here is nnother case of a man who had been specially bitter in his opposition to the Insurance Act. He was seized with consnmpt ion. He was kept in the sanatorium, until he was well, and ten shillings a week was given to his family. I will tell you what lie said. He said he had rediculed the benefits of the Act more than anyone, but lie also said, 'I little knew then that I would be one of the first to have my life saved by the Act, I cannot express my gratitude f<>r what it lias comj.ii me.' iChi i "I have no time to multiply inglances, but (could do so of men, women, and children who have been just snatched from the jaws of the grave by tins Act of Parliament, and yel whilst it is walking the street hurrying about on its errand of mercy visiting the sick, herling those w bo ai e attl i< ted with disease, fi eding hungry children whose parents have been prctrated by sickness and cannot look after tin in whilst it is doing the work of the man of Naz ireth in the stricken homes of Britain, it is being stoned by Tory speakers, reviled, insulted, and spat upon. Their reckoning is piling up. It will soon be demanded at their hands to the last pennv by a people who have been misled by them into disdaining on* "I the greatest gifts the Imperial Parliament has even delivered to the people of this land." (Renewed cheers.) Grand Opening! THE BUSY BEE SHOE STORE THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHOE STOR.EWILI.BE OPENED ON Saturday 13th inst. UNDER THE BIG TREE Its Slock will comprise nil ihe leading Styles and Grades of BOOTS AND SHOES direct from ihe manufactories. The patronage of my kind friends and the public generally is Respectfully Solicited J. S. KNOWLES Manager. W i; would lform all who appreciah tG od Smoke that we now have on b*nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. Vvl guarantee our brand to be made of (be finest Havana and $umatn Wrappers, nnd Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an utii le of tuperioi quality. The success we haw met wilh in the past lead-, us confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseuis J. L. SAUNDERS 4 Co. Ma\ Streel. Cl ILUMRUS C< >LLEGE. THE MIDDI .EGR \DESCHOOL I' • >i111. !•-< I lii 11 ". T ill. School < i >urse eml i %  modern and classical languages, History, Arithmetic, Euclid Algebra, Rook keeping, Wilting and I )i a wins, \ % %  11 MUSIC, SIlOl I land Mec 11 ii' 'aI Drawing hy *n*"ci*lii** i 'nl lege opens August 1 1li i...,I Fees uiciii. >mu \ |l| I' V III A. I. Id.I I IK I I' ncliTiv aiinati' Cainbri.1ge I'IOVM-II \ FOR SALE. pilK Building hick ->f Steam I Riding Gallerv )*x$H feet to hi: removed, apply |o Zacharj Tavlor 8 and to MarkH St. Fresh Just Arrived () NION SEED"* from I eneriffe wild all olliei \' %  • %  ;• %  iblfl "*ee M IOOIES. 11 r) Da j St reel, AN ENTERTAINMENT. I N aid of St. M iry's Chun h ill be given at St. M \RY'S SCHOOL ROOM ON THURS. DAY 18th SEPT. at S o'clock. The programme will include BEAJJ BRUMMELL IN I HRER ACTS, and also A LAUGH \BI.I. FARCE Admission is. Refri shrmnta will be sold. Japeneo SANITARY ^ VSIIAId I PAIN I |-0 RE MIXED v | ill \V\TKR. In Win". < iiey, Pink and (i"i II 7 |b. Tins at 3*. 6 i. Prefix Enamels ASSORTED i ()l OURS in Tins it 6d. is IS. 'i 1 '.. -"•• 6d. Star Vacuum Flasks IN TWO SIZES PINTS AND QUARTS. For Sale by CHAS. I %  :. ALBURY, FOR RENT. ( j OUSE on East Bay Street, at 1 present occupied by I'. P. Sturrup Kifl. posjessioo given 1st. August. , /.pply to, WALTER K. MOORE. CLEARANCE Sale. A S William'-' the Sboeman is J \ .111 t.i HI 1 ke a change, in that j 1 %  1 nf ins business know 11 aWll.l IWK OVELTY STORE, .. 1 I.'..iv Ktie< t, 1 1 II -,.|| dm ing the next IIIIKIY DAYS %  j reduced puns the entire consoling i.f a In irt v ol items "f Seneral Merchandise such as I. mcy White IVes 1 Hbtck and Navy Mlue Skirts l |i 1 ,-..!I.I|I| necessi I ie* mil L"'"k1 lentils, fancy V ,hie fi' %  X'oas and Birthih'. I '1 l'-rl|l,v i\ ( 1 IVIIWD Ii \Yl. V I.O IK K) DAY, and il fi 3d. i" £\ to gretl itnge it Williams' Novelty Store 3?1 Bay-street, City vjrPB&t Reduction IN PUJCES OF sewingMachines I Hiring ihe month "f August I -ini offef" iug these Bargains. "New National" ;it £\ 4s. 'Meal" at £\ 2S. CHAS. E. ALBURY, FOR SALE I I ( ( USE and Lot on West St. J for [MI 1 null rs apply to M. I 11. MII or Michael Ryan, 135 W. l33,St, New York City. NOTICE. ^ I ""HIS is to inform mv Pitrons I and the Public 111 < li'ii'i a I that 1 have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ot General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mi 1 hauically. P. A. Nuyler. 4 Hay Street. East (Wharf; W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D l SIRES to inform his frii an 1 tin Public 1I1 it he just received 11 complete outfit] lull he business of an di rtaker, liich places him 1 position to carry out Funerals t mi \ he ent rush d to Ins care v\ •->, stem and di spatch ; and rc-i fully solicits th< 11 patronag in) Pn BS first nid prove that t •-.t for In *t C work, NO I ICE. I Cl I MEN Mil OPM AS I I KNBOROUGH hereby point my brother I lei in 1 A. "Ii in ict f"r me an linn and to transact all a my name to tin w 1 1 fate m v I '. ned) Mi 0( I EMI NTCf.lv 'I'll \ rENBOROUl A S contractor for street Sc t\ engi I hereby request t %  %  ill have bar of yard swei 1 lings &c ( at il ban noon ei same might %  Iv. K. o. MALC< il \l N %  in N. P. Au : '/''ii I'd 3. II NOTK 1. 1 \ I N li been app til \',1 M I 1 ., \| \p| > P|I APPLE I ER I II.I/I K the I'l.iliaiii.is I am aide In SUl customtrs with same at ntn 1.11 Hirers pi ice M Inch is x.14 pri "I 8 tarn K ..r $5 50. per 1 nrre .1 O. I. Ne* York I inl'i rtilixei can also be 1 I lh mug!) anj commisi I louse a New i 01 k, or din cl I Manufai tuiers it Hie same prio iall be %  I to t ike any desiiiousof seeing the results t lined from the use of this IV liter to in) cultivations in Nat Whic 1 must COnvime anyone t Mi %  F Fertiliser is ibe kind I to our sod for the grow of pineapples. WAM ER K. MOORI s FOR SALE. AND FLY \ND MOsQL'ITO Ml At THE SHAMROCK, II. 1. RUSSELI Pav-street, C



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VOL. X.
V.v.s.wi. N. P., Bhwns, Tueidny. September 16. 1913
No. 247
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irfrM inI PfofrfTil i-
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i N. ''., r.AHAMAS,
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mi these niil'i p-ople will
ii i I ive nii tlv lli'' KAMie I" mills
B< those who ill' > ihimi; (i heci- ) I \ V : *\\ Ii., aboul
tit-- rhiity I...I. 3 'i I should life" m
till III) fi lendlheic how lllMliy IliM-
lii.l the'thntvbol..'('Laughter.lllalf
a million, (Cheers.) I lie country
isall right, (Laughter and cheers.)
" Tins and eveiv week tllHl put
mcut is being made tn 270,11110
workers, (Cheers) Before the
net about 90,000 of these would
have been iii friendly societies. A
feu- more may have li.nl other
resources; but over 150,000 of them
would have been practically wlih.
nut .my provision at all, if tlie
illness were protracted, except the
pawnbroker and I he parish, to
keep them, their wives, and their
families from privation, And ihis
is tin; Act that confencd bin fit
"ii ini .mi ; .11,^. ; and
SANA rORIUM I '" 1 1 MENT
"\'nw I come (> ill il-inll
which Ii 1 ilised, the
.'in ilin aim In"., in !' fore Mh Vet
" into n| 1 ' 1 in lieie
mil) about e ughui Hie hole "I the nii-
iil Kingdom f.n .ill rlasses in the
Mu.aiorta, M. i-1 1 if 11H" c w Mir. 1 1 11-
hj 1 hi- i in pa) hn Hiimii. Vmi in i\ iIm 1 el re
ke it I ha I harel> places
he available in these grea 1 in
fui the ( ure 11I 1 he work
'.l-s. S.
I lif first thing we .'i.l was lo
lsid<- 1,1 i|d-
j.f new Fanatm ia I be n 11110)'
|v nted .md pni in 1 he h ink, to
v.i 1 l.ilila gi;n,1 . in aid of local
(01 itie#,com 11 11< es, 1 n bss .cia-
that weie prepared to build I
hardly say you 1 annul do
Jin a day, or even in a year
|r, hear,)but we have secured
i;e numuei ml
ml lial '1 miIi ?
1* v\ ho snff. r fi. in coriMi-np-
lin vc In en (Ii vi- d inn lb tee
I 1 In ifie w In 1 ai 1 I hi'. .1 in
Iho.iies, those n ho arc ire iled
spensariei which have In
II everywhere undei 1 he Insur-
j \. 1. an I'm.'
' 1' 1111 hi in 01 ii. 1 .1.In .. under
tlf hisiii mre Vet .-I ive 1 : id\-
t mm 11 |, 1 conunipi ive w 01
01 those, 13,000 have been placed
in these sanatoria -(Cheers). Il is a
deadly fight between man and
disease, One must be killed either
the man or the deadly tubercle.
NOURISHMENT IN THE
HI M i.
" I li< se m ho .ue treated at lion e
get not nnly medicine an I medic il
treatmi nt, mil they alwi gel good
nourishment which they could not
afford to purchase pint of ihe
best milk supplied to tliern every
day. and other specially strengtbi n-
ms fooiis. Drugs do not cure a man
Without sustenance, and m the ian
'".....they arc fed and nourished,
d tOied and cared for,
"I had a list the other day from
Bris c| of the persons who had re-
ceived treatment there. They had
only pud a f. w shillings for Stan DS,
^ome of the n had only paid a few
pence, an 1 j ct I find that .20, p,
j&i.*t>JUMlt f S bad nl'eadv
been spenTu] t I
have .1 re ' 0 9 as
spe 1 pon .1 pain nt u ho had
contributed ubout 2s. rather betiei
than ninej ..nee for fourpeuce
"i ii-ii- is ihe case of a stnl
master,
When ho was first reported by
the Iii-urnin a < 'ommittt 1 's tubi 1 -
Culosis 1 ilin el lie was too ill to
cnnie 'n the dispensary, and he
\ isited at home by that gentle-
man, Who iC|iorted on his case and
advised thai he should be treatid
at home at first. He received dom.
i< ilary t real men 1 l, r foui months.
The railway company bad proposed
to dis|'i.- with his services, but
when 1 hey heard that lira case was
being taken in hand by the Insur-
ant e Committee ihey gave him a
chance. Aftei bur months' in it.
men 1 m Ins own house he wassent
to a sanatorium for cousumptives.
He was away for two and a half
months, \\ I1.1t was the result ?
I he disc ise lias been arrested. He
is n u quite H ell.and lie is 1,-u k t
his work, (Cheers, No one has I 11 n
defrauded I hi re 1set pi death.
(Cheers. )Let the Ions ask him
wb.it he thinks "f this tyrannical
Act. 1 I beer*
"I COUld give \ "ii 11 dh
n hich ha\ t been supplied to me,
I lere 1- the 1 use of a man who had
c daughter through consumi -
tion'l he secoi-d daughter was at-
i 1 .1 and you can imagine the
frame nfmind of that poor fellow
when he saw Ins srcoinlchiUI rapid-
|y draggedafter hei sistti along the
road that lends to the tomb.Hewas
fi led with despair but the Insumn-
re \' t called nl his home when he
was silting with bowed head and
desponding heart, tapped him on
the shoulder, ami said to him, "Be
of good (he. 1. I know it is difficult
One of your children has already
oocn taken away by tins monster,
I nt that w s Inline I wai born.
Vou|leaie hrr to me." And lhisre<
viled Act forthwith lakes the poor
child lo 10 one ol its sin 1
toi ia, nurses ht r, and 1 an 1 for hei
tenderly, skilfully, foi months, and
now hat sent hi r btti'k rescued from
the shadow o| death lo the arms I I
a glad father. ( Cheers) Don'l let
(Continued on fouith page).
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MR. LLOYD QEORGK ON
Hi" INMJR VN Ii \CT
\ CO .VIN< IX'. ST.AI EVIEN I
II.. the New Rill Will Ueuefit
1I1 Aged Workers,
"I r 'M" I..." ." tin' i 'h .11. ell<>i
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.1- ill.-..- uhi. .. 1 < younger it. yeais.
(> Teeis ) (.\ V ' : 'Will hImhi '
tli- ll.ntv Ivih ? 'I I should like in
111) frieudtlicre bow many hve
hail lhe'tliirtyb<>b.'(Laughler.)Hall
a million. (t'hecrs.) Ihe country
isall right, (Laughter and cheers.)
" I li.s .ind eveiy week thai pay.
ment is being made tn 2711,1100
workers, (Cheers) Before the
net about 90,000 of these would
have lipi'n in friendly societies, A
few more may nave had other
retources; but over 150,000 of them
would have been practically with-
out any provision at all, if the
illness were protracted, except the
pawn-broker and the parish, to
keep them,their wives, and their
families from privatinn, And this
is the Act that confened In n 'fit

"" "" "" : "'-': r and
cheers.)
SANATORIUM I l" I MAT
"Now I come to tli 'ii .1 1 iicl'ii
which has already in ilciialised, the
san itoiium l>'"<. In. M fore tin \ 1
came into 1 liere
only ,;ln.iii -,.... a. I,,-.u n\ ailnble
throughout the \ hole .( the Unit-
ed Kingdoin for nil classes in the
loria. Must of 1 hesr were 11 cu
|.ii'.l by 1 . .in> wh'i could afford
to pat f'.i tin-ill. Yiin mi 1 v iheip| re
t ike it thai barely 2,coo p
invlil be available in these greai in
slitutions foi the ure uf ihe work.
mg cla^si s,
I he lust thing we did was to
-I'll- 1,1 the build
ing i.f i.v\ -aii.ilu. 1,1. 'I Iih 11 1 \
was voted and put 111 1 he bank, to
he available grants in aid of local
authorities, committees, or associa-
tions that weie prepared to build, I
need hardly say you cannot do
that in a day, ( hear, hoar, )but we have set me.I
a larj;e numuei 1 inupoiMi) I ml
dmus "nil 1. it 1- Ih*1 1 sull ?
" I li>.s. w 11 -.uIf- r finiii consu'Tip-
ii"n In ve I" en iliviili il inn three
1 lasses those w ho are treat! .1 in
1 hen ho.nes, iln.se who are ire ited
by dispensaries which have been
- 1 |. everywhere under ihe lusur-
\ .in I I. are Fsi for
In in. "i 1', in.1 Ii 1 ia, lira II under
the 111-.. 1 f hup Vet "i' id)
t en 11 umpi ive 01 ken
Of those, 13,000 have been placed
in these sanatoria-(Cheers), It isa
deadly fight between man and
disease. One must be killed either
the man or the deadly tubercle,
NOURISHMENT IN THE
Hi USc
" I li. se who are tn sled at ho 1 e
g.'t ii'.t only medicine and medic il
treatment, but they also n.'i good
nourishment winch they could not
afford to purchase pint of the
best milk supplied to them evi
(lay. and other specially itrengtl
ins fmids. Drugs do not cure a man
without sustenance, and in thes in-
lorin they are fed and nourished,
d >CtOred and cared fur.
"I had a list ihe othei day from
Brig el ol the persons who had !
ceived treatment there. They had
only paid a f- w shillings for Stan ps,
some of the n had only paid a few-
pence, an 1 \ ct I find that .20, $>,
IJLa9-*V t *m* i'.S" had already
been sp< nt upon theii in
have 1 1 ise he.-i wi re "60
spe 1 upon .. v, ho had '
il uted about as. rather better
than nini |end 1.11 f>iui pi 1
"i hi.- is ihe case of a st<
master,
When ho as Hist reported by
the Insurant e Committei 's tuber-
culosis officer he was too ill In
come '. tlie dispensary, and he
was v ii ited at home by that gentle-
man. who reported on his case and
advised that he should he treated
at home at first. He received dom-
icilary treatment for four months.
The railway company had proposed
to dispen with Ins services, but
When ill. y heard that his C8SC Was
beinfi taken in hand by the Insur-
an e Committee they gave him a
chance. Aftei four months' treat*
in. "i hi Ins own house he wassent
to a sanatorium for cousumptives,
I le was awa) for two and a half
n.....il". W h..i was the result ?
The .le. 1 een a in sir,!. He
is now quite well,and he is backat
his work, (Cheers, ) No one has bein
defrauded there except death,
( Che. rs, I i the I oris ask him
what he thinks of ilns tyrannical
Act. I 1 .-I-.
"I could give > .....Ih ss r .
which h..\ e been supplied to in.'.
I len is the I as.- of a man who had
lost..ne daughter through consunij -
tion'l he seon-d daughter was at-
t icked and you can imagine the
frame nfmind ol thai poor fellow
when he saw Ins srcoi .Ichild rapid-
ly drnggedafter hei sisici along the
road thai leads to Ihe tomb.Hewus
fi led with despair but the Insuian-
. e Act called .it his In me win 11 he
was sitting with bowed head and
desponding heart, t ipped him on
the shoulder, and said to him, "Be
of good cbe. r. I know it is difficult
((ne of \..ur#clnldreii has already
been taken away by this monster,
hut that w -.s before I was born,
You|lenie her to me." And this re-
viled Act forthwith lakes th. poor
child lo 10 one I its s.iii.r
tot ia, muses her, and 1 an 1 for hei
tenderly, skilfully, foi mi nths, and
now has sent h( r back rescued from
the shadow of death lo the anus i f
a glad father. (Cheers) Don't let
i (Continued on fouith page).
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Zbc tribune
Ttieidiiv, September l
It is wonderful t<> see how the
Protectionist limitation in the
Old Country lias died down.
Perhaps it may get something
of a revival when the present
trade boom passes, but at pre-
sent it r very little in evidence.
Speaking of good trade leads
us to rein.irk that one of the
causes of the Hl-SUCoessof this
propaganda lias been the failure
one by one of tin dismal pro-
phecies of Mr. Chamberlain.
Here is one of these dark pro-
phecies, together with the
knockdown blows that events
themselves have administered
to it:
Mr. Chamberlain, at Green*
ock on October 8th 11*03. i"p"
dieted the dire results of .the
importation of American half-
manufactured steel into the
I'm' d Kingdom. I le said on
that 111 asion :
" In a letter recently published
in the 1 mies," a correspondent
calls attention to an interview
whjch was held in Philadelphia
and published in the "I'hiladc 1
phia Ledger,"* great newspaper
of that city, between a director
of the American Steel Trust and
reporter. The American Steel
Trust is the greatest of all
American trusts; it produces at
the present time twenty million
tons of steel per annuma verj
much greater quantit) than is
produced in tins country"
We will pause here a moment
to remark that Mr. Chamber-
lain seems unconst ii tusly to have
"laid it on a bit too thick,"' see-
ing that according to our infor-
mation the recoi i production of
this trust up to that time had
been 1 =, million ions. But to pi"
< eed with our quotation :
"The director told the repor
ter that trade was falling oil .
. and the director antieipat
ed that before long the Aim 11
an demand would fall several
lillions of tons short of the
American supply . Said he
(We have made all ourpn para-
ons; we are n >t going to re
iice our output, we are n >l go
to blow out a sinud' fui na e
if we (bd . We should
to turn out of hi \ nrks
the streets hundreds of
amis of Am- 11 an w ork-
I, ai.d, therefi >re, what w e are
g to do is to in,ade foreign
BRirkcts." And re ncrnber, it
not be easy for them to in-
vade the German" market, be-
cause in ev \ c ise they Will
find a tariff which if necessary,
can be ra.s d against them.
They will com to this country;
they will g( I 1 the only free
market ; and before you are two
or three years older, and unless
there is a change in the situa-
tion. I warn 0U will have
dumped down in your country
ten million tons of American
iron. You will see many iron-
works close), you may see
others continued at a loss, stru^-
gling for bettei tunes ; but what
will become ol the workmen
employed ? Hundreds of thou-
san Is of English workmen, will
be tl.roAn ui of employment
iu order to make room for hun-
dreds of thousands of American
workmen, who art kept in em-
ployment during the i,,-, 1 ti ,
by tins system."
So far Mr Chamberlain : And
now, let us as!;, what did hap-
pen? Mr. Seymou' Bell. British
Commercial Agi nt in the Unit
cd State s, in ins report issued in
September 1 :. lid '
"I I" Manuf i' tuivrs of iron
and steel .... instead of con-
tinuing tin ii ''.' >rks to the full
extent and depending 011 the ex-
port business to dispose of their
surplus, and thus Sustain home
price-., have, t> a larger exte
than USUal,< nit ailed production
and thus avoided accumulating
large stocks "
It app< ars also that in
)o ni' a employed by the
American Steel Corpoiation sul
fered reductions in wages rang-
ing from to to jo per cent The
report of the Steel Trust show-
ed that whereas 111 IQOjJ the to-
tal number of employees was
167,709, receiving 122,763,000
dollars 111 wages and salaries,
the number fell in 1904, to 1.17.
343 persons, who received onij
^9,978,000 dollars jn wages.
And this is 1 Ully one of m m
cases in which facts have sin w 1
the absurdity ami unreliability
of \lr. Chamberlains forecasts.
The property known as '"Pol
heinus" we understand, has been
s>ld to Mr. R. M. Simpson for
AGRICULTURE.
We learn that some of the
Commissioners of the Agricul-
tural Districts, are trying to n-
courage the cultivation of the
Castor Bean for the extraction
of Oil for export. Th -re is no
plant here to extract the Oil,
And we Irani that the aecrs-aiv
machinery is verv expensive.
We are in favour of Apicul-
ture for our 1 "pic but
are so main things whli !i < aii
, be grown here, and used to be
grown hen. in large quantities
and profitably, which since the
peasantry have taken to grow-
ing, cleaning, and selling Sisal,
they have al andoned, that it
seems useless and hopeless to
try to Induce them to start on
, new lines.
We refer to corn, and the
1 grinding of grits potatoes, on-
ions, pigeon peas, which grow
I and nourish with verv little < ul
. tivation beyon I the planting,
' and vi 1 tie I U few grown
; that the pri< is advanced to
21s. 4(1. per buthel <>r l6cts, per
, quart a I l6s. per bushel
: ..r 6ctS 0 e 6 J ears ago.
j White be ins, are sc.ucely
' pro luci rl i have to iin
[ port them ; I al consumption
! Previous to the Sisal Fever,"
ise 1 l i leaps of provj
sums of
iJfcanl'r.il!. |i remiah Roll^P
oj^l'i.i'!. ii< "I.:- Wilkin .on,
lerman (iiai.t. .JfoseTMi Major
Van. H 1. Lufknjfcnd Nathan-
I arson
t- I
Master I e
[Communicated.)
DRINKING WATER CAN
BE PURIFIED
BY ELECTRICITY.
Two p ii t fa tors in the up-
lifting of lli" human race are
Religion and Science. It has
it -s.-ience Is the
handmaid of Religion, but they
might more apth and correctlv
.died "tw in sisters," but as
a discussio : "M he case would
lead to a >tile ^"<\ lengthy
disquisition is"no part of
the writei '' ion, but only.
to point out i ol the ways by
wln'h some esm y be pre-
vented,nndthe importance of sys-
tematic and united study along
scientific lin is to restore to man
the inherit nice which he has
f the sort enumerated lost through his own ignorance
above Ii.....; in Cat Island,
and I.oiil; Island Messrs J. P.
Sands \ Co harf used to be
their rendezvous, and we can
pic tare the nuui er of boats ly
nig there di .; of products
from thes Isl u Is.
and cupidity. B id air and bad
water are due to the presence ol
toxic micro organisms which
,i< esponsible for many disea
ms, and tin- i m I has en-
abled men ol i to stamp
them out abs 'lately, when the.
Poulti live stock, and hidden intelligence of at least
main ol S, used to be
pnduced and bi night here for
sale, to supply our needs, win. h
now aday's are i .t don-,
agsi in r Why not piiii ill ige the ]) asan
I trv m xi Uirn to their lormi r
the ignorant, I an be taught to
co operate. When this is done,
the r.ooii tide ol Religion will
lollow the "!>.. ii of the Health
\-. ." Urea ve can see it
widening in the awakening
among the intelligent of the
crops? When tins isaccomplish-1 nations, in the interest ex. ited
ed to its full then look around I by the Health Congresses Jhat
for other crops.
We adiic rJUf energetic
Co nmissi mi n I think' them
praiseworthy, but think that
they are starti i at the. wrong
end.
J
S. S, "Vigilanrjt* arrived in
New York- 12 noon yesterday.
have been held recently in Eng-
land and till I'm- d Mates. A
rete inst im e of this, sre
the quest i ns n w l> ing daily
a d, "Is P< llagra contagious?"
' a hat is Pell For al-
though the disease has been
know n to exist for a hundred
vears, and many theories have
Ik en advanced concerning it,
The Motor "FrancesE" sailed!none have behind them proo!
J
this morning with mails and
the following passengers.
Miss Theresita Knn
Mesdames Margaret Tayloi .and
infant, llilma Sands. I'.llen
Thompson Esquijarrsa, Clemen-
tina North, Beatrice Pratt and
infant, and Lucille Anderson;
Messrs Herschell Hall. Benja-
min Morrison,Milton Neely.Mel-
chisedec Neeleyh, John Darrell,
Gabriel Cooper,William Hinder,
Jame Gaiter, Herbert Russell,
Elijah Grant, Melvin Russell,,
George Smith, William}-V Major,

sufficient to satisfy the scientific
mind. As we know definitely
that r.it fleas ronsmit to man
tn.it micro organism which is
tl cause of tli" plague, so we
shall one day know whether
spoilt corn > r running streams
a,e theories, or a new theory
will be shown to be: a true one.
But to the subject Die forc-
es of Nature are gradually be-
ing harness d for the service man, .and none perhaps have
proven so useful as Electricity.
In time it will probably be used
tl


I III: I R I B U N!'.
in r^^ home fur the ex
purpose of purifying dnnkir]
water. The tyro in the Study
of Electricity knows thai ilec-
trie discharges lake place be-
tween two class tubes, if one
rests inside the other, and their
surfaces facing each other are
COB ted with metal, ozone is de-
veloped in the space between
them. Ozone kills the ^'erms,
or, bacteria, or, micro-organisms
whirh are present in containi
nated water, and when some
more simple method is devised
as a kitchen apparatus which
can be easily connected with
the current from the Electric
light house or kitchen wires, it
is liitely that the problem <>f a
pure drinking water will be
oh d, and doubt and uncer-
tainty will he things of the past.
The method will be i nple,
r, rather shoul I be so simple,
that chemical and bacteriologi-
cal analyses will be unnecessary
to determine whether water is
drinkable or not. Use the ap-
paratus "Press the button,"
and feel that you aresafe. What
. vi asier or simpler. Your
minds now at I ;xe 1 as t< i
I,- : form f filter to be ui
You must have your drinking
water boiled, and even then you
arc n< il absolutely satisfied, for
"Has the cook boiled it -" lUit
.Mu may have the apparatus on
ynar breakfast, or luncheon, or
dinner table, as twin to you I
on, Will not rne-
gie. or Rockefeller, or Govern-
ment, offer a Prize for such a
apparatus ? What Philanthro
ph\ iuld he greater ?
M. B.
J
X issau ir> Sept mber 1913.
The I'.' itor, 11 ibune
Sir,
In your issue of mth Sepr. I
I the following simple state
men t :
"We are inf Mined that owing
to an unfortun.it' accident to
the Electric Motor at the Radio
telegraph station it will not be
possible foe any radio transmis
sion from Nassau pending the
return of the motor from New
York whence it will be shipped
oil I : hl.i* 12th inst."
"It is hoped that communica-
tion may he renewed in a fort-
night"
This and nothing more;
On the face of it, it is a very
simple matter, but is it so in
reality ?
Two weeks after the formal
opening cf the Wireless station
which cost a large amount of
nffpaycrsnnonev this im-
portant and expensive establish-
ment is rendered u teless, Why
should that I
Have the Anglo-French Wire
less Telegraph Company foisted
upon us a defective machine ?
or, Is the act i tent (?) the result
of incompetent handling ? The
A F. W. T. Co. has too much
at stake in its reputation, to I
up a faulty and defectivt sta-
tion and instrument, so I am in-
clined to believe that the latter
1 restion i> t1!" orrect one.
Incompetent handling by ama-
teur operators.
No corporation, municipality.
or governwenl other than the
Bahamas would commit such a
reprehensible I.hinder as to p]
valuable and delicate machinery
in an import ml establishment
in the hands ol ut duly
qualified and 1 erti heated Elec
tin.il En ineers and operators,
were it so the d fe :1 might /ws
sibly have b n mai 1 good here
of having t" be sent to
New York.
N doubt about it there seems
a wondei >us I u k of busin
acumen in the managemenl of
the property of the people.
1 question has been asked
more than once Is the thing a
toy ?
It appears to me Sir that the
A. i- \v. T. I ild have
been required to l< ave a qualifi-
ian along with th< govern
ments qualified man f >i a period
of one lo three months to leal
(he machine under varying 1 nil
ditions
vV : an engine is sent nut
from a factory in England a
qualified engineer is sent with
it by the buildi is for six to
twelve in mths Why nol so
with the delicate \\ in less Tele
graph instrument?
Thanking vou for s| ace, Mr.
Editor, SCRUTATOR.
: CABLEGRAMS
Excursion
WfpRANCES h." sails for
T Harbour Island on
Saturday night, September
20th, at I 1 o'clock. Leaves
Harbour Island, 4 p.m. Sun-
day.
Ten Shillings Round Trip.
Particulars and Tl Icett.
Office FRANCES K.
Nassau, N. P.,
i Sept. 16, 1913.
September 16th 1913.
London, 14 W n. O'Brien
Irish Nationalist, M P. for Cork
City suggests that King George
participate in the scheme of Earl
Loreburn who recently appealed
to the great political parties to
confer with a vie>r to reaching
a settlement of the Irish ques
tion by consent.
Liverpool, 14.The body of
the late Mayor of New York
City, Win. .1. (lavnor, is aboard
the steamer Lusitania at sea.
itter receiving honours seldom
paid to ait epi Englands
most illustrio is .!
W lingl 1, 14.In antici-
pation of important develop-
1 onnection with the
Mexii an pi iblem this week,
stati ils have
ittention to
the Kvr\.\ m 1 >f plans for the
withdrawal I th< e Americans
in Mexico who tan he induced
to leave that country.
Colebrook, N. II, 14.The
perpetually recurring writ of
habeas corpus which lias so of-
ten dotted the career "f Harry
1 haw, cropped up igain this
moon iii 11 to resist
1 Ktradition.
This time, and for the first
tune the issui d by a
federal court.
London, 14.Sir Rickman
Godlee, Presidi nl of 'iie Royal
College of Surgeons of London,
has accepted an invitation to
confer the fel hips of the
American Coll. of Surgeons
at the first con : >n of the
institution which Will be held
in Chicago on N" >er 13th.
Pekin. 1 t. ( >rcl ued to-
il is' by the provisional president
j signify, it is*belived I foreign
I observers in Peking that China1
has complied with the Ja-
panese demands presented yes-
terday,
Washington', 34.Plans len>
tativelv adopted for an army
aviator corps at Fort Sam Hous-
ton Texas, are being considered
by Major General Aleshire, chief!
of the quartermasters corps.
Paris. 14.What is described!
as the worlds fii>est organ, an]
Instrument nearly 300 years old,
togetl er with some reinaikahle 1
specimens of carved woodwor
from a room of a hou in
Chester, England, Wave been
bought by <\n American d
t<.r a wealths collector.
The puce of the organ is saiil
to be 100.000.
KNOW all men ; and
men tooj bv the* pre*
sents thai l"HK LADIES OF
WESLEY CHI KCH Will
"JIM CARNEY"
\t the residene* of Mi ;s I > dzell
-itu its on Meeting Streeton l-r.day
next i^tli mst.
SPOU IS
High liimp.lo >| rai rug
of War, Skipping, &c, Ac.
Entriet made on the groands
Prizes will he given.
REFRESHMENTS to suit themes!
Fastidious tatte will be on le,
A BAND" IF MUSIC in attendance.
A OMISSION Adults 3d.Cbildreo id
Gate 1 'pen at } P, M.
All. ARE INVITED.
NOTICE.
'T*HIS is to inform my Patrons
I nn I the public in gener il
that I have returned From my roun 1
trip and am now ready to do any
(thins in the line of general repair,
tag of hoots and shoes.
All work doi illy.
I). S. P( WELL.
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gives easy ways to do thiriKs how to make
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any insurance canvasseis go pist
that man's house ;it any rate !
( Cheets i
CONVERSION OF ASCFFER
"Here is nnother case of a man
who had been specially bitter in his
opposition to the Insurance Act.
He was seized with consnmpt ion.
He was kept in the sanatorium,
until he was well, and ten shillings
a week was given to his family. I
will tell you what lie said. He said
he had rediculed the benefits of the
Act more than anyone, but lie
also said, 'I little knew then that I
would be one of the first to have
my life saved by the Act, I cannot
express my gratitude f<>r what it
lias com- j.ii me.' iChi i
"I have no time to multiply in-
glances, but (could do so of men,
women, and children who have
been just snatched from the jaws
of the grave by tins Act of Parlia-
ment, and yel whilst it is walking
the street hurrying about on its
errand of mercy visiting the sick,
herling those w bo ai e attl i< ted
with disease, fi eding hungry child-
ren whose parents have been prc-
trated by sickness and cannot look
after tin in whilst it is doing the
work of the man of Naz ireth in the
stricken homes of Britain, it is
being stoned by Tory speakers,
reviled, insulted, and spat upon.
Their reckoning is piling up. It
will soon be demanded at their
hands to the last pennv
by a people who have been misled
by them into disdaining on* "I the
greatest gifts the Imperial Parlia-
ment has even delivered to the
people of this land." (Renewed
cheers.)
Grand Opening!
THE BUSY BEE
SHOE STORE
THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHOE
STOR.EWILI.BE OPENED ON
Saturday 13th inst.
UNDER THE BIG TREE
Its Slock will comprise nil ihe
leading Styles and Grades of
BOOTS AND SHOES
direct from ihe manufactories.
The patronage of my kind
friends and the public gene-
rally is
Respectfully Solicited
J. S. KNOWLES
Manager.
Wi; would lform all who appreciah tG od Smoke that we now
have on b*nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. Vvl
guarantee our brand to be made of (be finest Havana and $umatn
Wrappers, nnd Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an utii le of tuperioi quality.
The success we haw met wilh in the past lead-, us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseuis
J. L. SAUNDERS 4 Co.
Ma\ Streel.
Cl ILUMRUS C< >LLEGE.
THE MIDDI .EGR \DESCHOOL
I' >i111. !-< I lii11".
Till. School < i >urse eml i
modern and classical langu-
ages, History, Arithmetic, Euclid
Algebra, Rook keeping, Wilting
and I )i a wins,
\ 11 MUSIC, SIlOl I land Me-
c 11 ii' 'aI Drawing hy *n*"ci*lii**
i 'nl lege opens August 11li
i...,I Fees uiciii.>mu .
\ |l| I' V III
A. I. Id.I I IK I .
I' ncliTiv aiinati'
Cainbri.1ge I'iovm-ii\
FOR SALE.
' pilK Building hick ->f Steam
I Riding Gallerv )*x$H feet to
hi: removed, apply |o Zacharj
Tavlor 8 and to MarkH St.
Fresh Just Arrived
()
NION SEED"* from I eneriffe
wild all olliei \';! iblfl "*ee -
M IOOIES.
11 r) Da j St reel,
AN ENTERTAINMENT.
IN aid of St. M iry's Chun h ill
be given at St. M \RY'S
SCHOOL ROOM ON THURS.
DAY 18th SEPT. at S o'clock.
The programme will include
BEAJJ BRUMMELL IN I HRER
ACTS, and also A LAUGH \BI.I.
FARCE Admission is.
Refri shrmnta will be sold.
Japeneo
SANITARY ^ VSIIAId I
PAIN I
|-0 RE MIXED v | ill \V\TKR.
In Win". < iiey,
Pink and (i"i ii
7 |b. Tins at 3*. 6 i.
Prefix Enamels
ASSORTED i ()l OURS
in Tins it 6d.
is IS. 'i1'.. -" 6d.
Star Vacuum Flasks
IN TWO SIZES
PINTS AND QUARTS.
For Sale by
CHAS. I:. ALBURY,
FOR RENT.
(j OUSE on East Bay Street, at
1 present occupied by I'. P.
Sturrup Kifl. posjessioo given 1st.
August. ,
/.pply to,
WALTER K. MOORE.
CLEARANCE Sale.
A S William'-' the Sboeman is
J \ .111 t.i hi 1 ke a change, in
that j 1 1 nf ins business know 11 a-
Wll.l IWK
' OVELTY STORE,
.. 1 I.'..iv Ktie< t,
11 II -,.|| dm ing the next
IIIIKIY DAYS
, j reduced puns the entire
consoling i.f a In
irt v ol items "f' Seneral
Merchandise such as
I. mcy White IVes 1
Hbtck and Navy Mlue Skirts
l |i 1 ,-..!i.i|i| necessi I ie* mil L"'"k-
1 lentils, fancy V
,hie fi' X'oas and Birth-
ih'. I '1 l'-rl|l- ,v i\ .
( 1 IVII- WD Ii \Yl. V I.O IK
K) DAY, and
il fi..... 3d. i" \ to gretl
itnge it
Williams'
Novelty Store
3?1 Bay-street, City
vjrPB&t Reduction
in pujces of sewing-
Machines
I Hiring ihe month "f
August I -ini offef"
iug these Bargains.
"New National" ;it \ 4s.
'Meal" at \ 2S.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
FOR SALE
II ((USE and Lot on West St.
J for [mi 1 null rs apply to M.
I 11.mii or Michael Ryan, 135 W.
l33,St, New York City.
NOTICE.
^ I ""HIS is to inform mv Pitrons
I and the Public 111 < li'ii'i a I
that 1 have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ot
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mi 1 hauically.
P. A. Nuyler.
4 Hay Street. East (Wharf;
W. a. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
Dl SIRES to inform his frii
an 1 tin Public 1I1 it he
just received 11 complete outfit]
lull he business of an
di rtaker, liich places him 1
position to carry out Funerals t
mi \ he ent rush d to Ins care v\
->, stem and di spatch ; and rc-i
fully solicits th< 11 patronag
in) Pn bs first nid prove that t
-.t for In *t C
work,
NO I ICE.
I Cl I MEN Mil OPM AS
I I KNBOROUGH hereby
point my brother I lei in 1 A.
"Ii in ict f"r me an
linn and to transact all
a my name to tin- w 11 fate
m v I '.
ned)
Mi 0( I EMI NTCf.lv 'I'll
\ rENBOROUl
A S contractor for street Sc
t\ engi I hereby request t
ill have bar
of yard swei 1 lings &c( at il
ban noon ei
same might
Iv.
K. o. MALC< il \l
N in N. P.
Au : '/''ii I'd 3.
II
NOTK 1.
1 \ I N li been app til
\',1 M I 1 ., \| \p| > P|I
APPLE I ER I II.I/I K
the I'l.iliaiii.is I am aide In SUl
customtrs with same at ntn
1.11 Hirers pi ice m Inch is x.14 pri
"I 8 tarn k ..r $5 50. per 1 nrre
.1 O. I. Ne* York
I in- l'i rtilixei can also be
1 I lh mug!) anj commisi
I louse a New ,i 01 k, or din cl I
Manufai tuiers it Hie same prio
iall be I to t ike any
desiiiousof seeing the results
t lined from the use of this IV
liter to in) cultivations in Nat
Whic 1 must COnvime anyone t
Mi f Fertiliser is ibe kind
I to our sod for the grow
of pineapples.
WAM ER K. MOORI
s
FOR SALE.
AND FLY \ND
MOsQL'ITO Ml
At THE SHAMROCK,
II. 1. RUSSELI
Pav-street, C


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