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T II.' T R I B 11 TThc {Tribune Thursday. September IS. 1913 A recent cablegram tells us that 1 i ol Hi 11 i %  Just what lor's rnotiv< I is hard for IIN. with our :: i pmbab%  .. %  ; the : over the ap| J. Ps before he left it. a maj be that he is doin thin I \ of < i1 I A • i the oth fail. Th I 1 the Go\ r 11 •. %  would, whitl Rule Bill until 11 ciples v. .; a (I it bi 'i Ho I '1st. %  ; %  [Jnionibl the late (] I the %  ; i to from -. ; 1 i > %  ] i At the borne in min l.tii 1 I i wi lling ill .1 ': an 1 Mr. R hn > %  1 I1.1 1 game We I' in'. musl fighl 1 %  1 in II' tii 1 ,, Ho ne R il \ will nuist li b gr in ted to Ire mil nexl •r that w tl %  • will I) • blood) 1 i L < 1,ions I. i I k i • anaiv ^ f the II <\ ii vve 10k For HI lid a l|ij>ry.ich 'iI f [will foreca' the | ui tfi uM| < ni rf j i f i ^ r i r fia r 1 The raotei vess I I 1 tn< I .' nou | byGusI ive Michan diaini to day, with 6 1 sengers and 1 7 bags of majl for Nassau, and is 1 spected to arrive hi 1 1 mon %  The American tern schooner "Sylvia C. Hall" arrived venter day, 9 5 from New York. witli 0 of coal for C iast I lotel C 1. nf the Costa Rira State 1 ol :e, If a photograph is tak< nol irphine, stryi fimne.c iffeine :,i constitu it "I 1 talin, all bclon in l 1 the 60 called alkaloid \ appear white in the photograph, except digital in. But if tli" photograph is mad.' by of ulti t in,., 1, . lit! irv h flit, th' 111 ul our re , , leim r white, the 1 .1 in '. the sti I of th in wil minei ilsofd I kinds, w • 1 il NOTICEV A P uing the G ,th day of Jaan in 1 .! ; \ p.o I -.I int iiii. T \ 1 I 1 \ ; n \ l'r I II I II •• tifj ing that 1 1 lis %  1 re ' : I ent Act 191 j \\ .K. \. %  %  %  I -.] api'. rd I I, I'II SHU bee 1 twentv .' 1.1 ilet 1 1 %  GOVERNMENT COUN PAPER MONEY MACHINE. enlury L'nited Statei bee 1 %  %  %  \ in has pro* I 1 '.hat 1 2 in ire %  ig built, hills 11 "I id" be 1 re ing 1 1 rele tWO Hap do'TS Op III il 1 .; nf' bills di I ii not 111 No 1 a ;ip\ .• %  : • %  • o f. \ 11 I .. 11J re, ( w doors fl; up \ e the IUIIHII bill.ii it a m vent p in i signal to the op 1 it a' to put a : H I. has been n • | IUI1 |, %  "' hill The i ile of bills 1 I i, ri'.n I v I 1 J. Stan' \ R 1 • '. 1. Ii is granted i 1 a>: l.ip 111a 'I \'.\\ I ivei 11" 1.1 il. appointed a t"iii|i 11 Hill il. ilar "'I A w vt ro DISTI < ill-. 1 Pi \n interesting new method of distinguishing between pol '.. is Mfi.via,,. ,', ',.,-, :',-, v i,. ,, ..,, "bai ded I is ready I i. 1 • 1 having I of %  Hist city a \o%\ W PAIN ER \!)FC in ; D KNI A mixtui n .; 1 th ii ma %  1 'a paia flout d 'ja!. itienl .,:s one rj b] nth h\ gienic ttion ol thfl National I I iton, The new hscover. it cl ified as an "analge a ,"and it without affecting in I'h.' 0 in appl) ing n .a lau [hi to 1 itit 1 while at the same ti n is administered to kei p e p tient 1 Ion-. If the pal at -hows signs of pain, a little more i the mixture, an 1 signs ol approaching nn 011s. ion ire the signal ha a I 1 m of • 11. TH NT AND MAI CENT 1 FOR : ATI! D STATES Tit "at .ml hall 1! 1 11 the I 1 %  %  Congress. Th %  I, The tie hiii but in juish it I %  r. It i on iider.I %  nom teriall %  of living b; setting a Id tand* selling at HA each, VVl '• >DEN ULLETS AIDI IN I ; IRISH DI \ r. Thai rout of | Tui kisli trooj' on ba I I of Kuinnno to the bullets of the Oppo in '.in I be blamed to borne exti nt for the 'I f< .it, has ling of 1 of dummy amn unit ion len bullets on tl fii Id 13 i stake, aporl ,al least, ol the Turkish troop A-en issu e.l wooden-bulleti d rarti such bullet i an 1 0 illllS to load their rill.>. I h cartri I main neither percus ; ips nor explosn e, and the ill .are painte I 1 • .-MI 10 -HIII ,m %  ,-. ;;. II' >W SAVAGESMAKE MILK 01 a c<)\\ rs PALAI he, io\ ing the qu 1I1 iv of thnull; from cucaanuts by cutting ofl the tops and pi 1 th< nuts over a bed of hot ash. j until the warmth cnuses 11'Inittei" in 1 Minding meat of the nut



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h II 1 I R I B l! '""v 1 milk is by nutivi III-' I ... > : I in A All \. 'lir; •„,, tilI trated Lond ment i hangi s the quality of the raw milk of the nut and Rives it a more taste. In • milk from i r.-i| nuts at one • ime the Hottenl i M i pin • S. 13NES SCHOOL ROOM. 'i UESDAY, -i !'l SOIREE 1 /,V Schooner WINIFRED LT. rAILS Ml, l a., CJ I RID ''.V, s pn II %  : I 4 ||| a I iH |> i i WALTER : n I' I A. SMS 1 1 'i ida, i 7I S immis, ci. M -in %  • .in Wire let I i here for I days and i the conl i the MIII [i nenl 1 Mr. Snmrn \ ; • red an enl pped I An nrrnng* ment ha i be< n i the Briti ern i thai tation is Coi 11.) 111 \ will via Miami. M. H, 17 1 judicial branch of 1! e I tatted Stal 1 R >\ ernmenl aMumed join! guardianship of Thaw to night, Ih.i ak< n to Littleto mon iw moi n up and produi ed before Jud 1 Irii h 1 •' Utiil I States district .rt. h Indians in %  • lit \i 1. who num 1 1 1 1 ,000 1 hreaten a p trike itch to the "Daily Mail", foi the n drest -l '.'. III! lol, Rhode Island, 1 7. %  Robi t 1 nons of R *ton lot in illy chosen to daj by the so-i ailed Vanderbilt ~\ ndicate boal for the An" Cup honours ni x\ %  Mr. Emmons, if the st ndicate to inet Sir ton's dialler 1 ateur in many years to handle ad "Blue Ribbon of I 7 Wm. Baile) and, the woi Ids a mat made his first %  I •' >un1 vark Velo I Citv in two thirds it It was I o| • mt Bailey will 1 t Am 11 I during Ins mon this countrj. London, 17. i a 1 %  > > 111 i i t nf 1 W< llington 1' • Si. "I hi 'in '1 till• bridge VVi IU. It is tliat i 11. %  \ 1 1 llerj are 1 onsidei n tb< pur. ; lie p 1 tut 1 na! THE NEXT TIME you are buying Soap make no mistake, hut ask for Sunlight Soap. After you have used it in your wash, you will always remember to say Sunlight Soap It will become a friend in the home. Vou won't ;> it, and you will never be without it. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Port Sunlight, England. •m.'i, 17. The nat .. i convention began its % %  us here to-d j J mes Kiei I lardie "On behaff "I the i 1 listi social democracy and two million trades unionists" that flish lahonring 1 i s were trying to < 1 ;i united socialist party to li; lit militarism by .ill th • at its n '1 O NION REEDS h |>m and nil nthei V %  el iblr Si els \ I Washington, 1 i Fresh Just Arnvea re to night in the \>' liel that t H irri w's celebration, of the mini versa 1 j o| the Mexican in dependence, though it might be mat ked by intet 1 1. ^| > incuts, would not jeopardize tin* I y of Ami 1 icans in Me* The 100 American refugees, who T were reported to hav<> fallen in| j f,,r e.iriicularsnpply to M. to the hands ol rebels, reached h. Dean or Michael Ryan, 13, w. Saltillo in safety last night. | 13a St. v w v..ik City. IOOI i>. 1 /1 I'm SALE Till BUDDING OF THE AVOCA Mr. Join I attention to e that then.' is no .11 why varii ties of the avoul.! 11 1 be selected and budded in the West Indies, just le v. ith oranges and • fruit. Mr. Jon is, in a lati 1 li Iti I '. eCoi mi %  I III I'll > : 1 on 111 I amb Tin to the diffii ulty "I" keeping w ithin the limit* to! bam boo joints, in .1 healthy growing 1 1 mdition. It was tin n to transplant so dlin .11 r stocks from the • to the nursery beds aft< 1 the manner empl< >yed in < it rut ; ud i plai 1 >l out in two rows in a 1 ed 1 f< et wide, the distan plants in the rows lx inches. Planted und< r such con ditions the sttw ks gro \ vigorous lv and are soon read) for bud ding, win hi tier < an I e 'lone when th ha 1 1 attain"'] the thickness of a lead 1 ncil. It is essential that the sto should be in a health} growing condition, 'at which tune the barl ily from nood. 1 udwi I I in the I lominica exr> 1 im< nu was tak en from the coDiparativi ly young branch (green wood) of a vigorous seedling of a Mrxi can vari \ good] of the buds grew. tendi i. • %  .'i callus so quickly at the point of insertion that the buds sometim co bel grow th has stai ted. He method employed was Id budding \\ ith an inv< unonl) followed in budding 1 it: tho 1 1 in the V Indian I •It isnotyi n how bud ded will stand lifl and transplanting, bul M is thought that, I is ripene I, and th< I moved, the plants may be lifl packed, Iran ed in thi than in the C It inn il to menlion I other information ing i cado pear, and regardit j it i be found in th IX. pp. M and X, pp. 1 — "The icultural Ni w Nov. 9,1913 0"Pcit Reduction IN PRIC1 S 01 SewingMachines 1 >uring the month ol August I am off ing these. Baig iia • "New National" at fj 4s. "Ideal" at C\ JS. gCHAS. E. ALBURY,



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i 1 T II, 1 R I BU N r BARGAINS AGAIN] T At Williams Wholesale and Retail SHOE ESTABLISHMENT W LIAMS THE SHOEMAN'3 plac ofbu inessisnota y'^^t"" Kular-merchaadising/'butonewWchismadei^ol two departments, No. i ana No. -. ILLIAMS THE SHOEM AN':* plac ofbu ines is nol a store which conforms strictly to li is where regular stock is kept and orders fo. the variot No. l Department dupucat. l u ndcr t ne o ne p nre s ystem and in accordance with quality. __ —, _, is where prices in some cases are as \ov NO. 2 Department C en1 less than the regular prices or what they really are worth. | n this latter department pun liases air rightly t< WIN d BARGAINS of Boots and Shoes that hav. been in a fire (as was done on a recent occasion 1 and th ld at pnct ybnd competition. In order that these methods of business may I . learly demonstrated Williams the Shoe ipp at : RGE r. Pverj man and wi mai 1 usl remember how they acted in own courting day t ai 'I yet in | le of tins you will hear a fathei that ha is not sr< "' %  %  '" %  *•" : "" 1 her fool beaux di ive him out <>l his own favourite 1 hair '" hi*ov n sitting room.Very wi II. Lei him to it if I"' writs Sally '" be anold I maid and to have to support hei in itead of hci having a husband to do it. Of emirs'-, tinarchiti cts tli.it at ,1 fiats don't lake love, making into account 'I I I the little winged god nut, wiiii h i 1 rt',rrhaps one reason why ll 11 sv ss in iKviMK i" citiesth coimtn and ''i. iv il 1 T. ,| of nil of whit li you want your girls to n rry you ist give il 1 m a chance, 'i ou must in ip along tin' '< ve game, not Itrew tacks in its way. Excursion tivgiRANCES E." sails for F Harbour Island on Saturday night, Septem a ith, at 1! o'clock. Leaves Harbour Island, 1 p.m. SunTen Shillings Round Trip. Particulars and Tickets. Office FRANCES E. .in. N. I 1 Sept. 16, 1913. GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC I ESSONS GIVEN ON PIANO, VIOLIN, M VNDOLIN n8 GUITAR. Pianos tuned and Repaired. Ordert taken jot Private Entertainment*. (,-j Wi 1 street. Excursion to Harbonr Island and BLLFF. V ill E Ol I) RELI \!1F. •TOR RON I "VIM." \1/1U: II will leave Uawaon VV Squ "' %  '" '" l'l! K"lurdy in 1 i JO, for I lie al" >ve l*"i Li ving I hirbnui Island I p.m. Sunday, Jist fur Iviiiff, 11 tiniiii''.' t" Si —.in, M<>ndH) 93'id, .HI. Round Trip I'.isv.'i'.'i's must lie honked by noon on Satu May. I in 1 her parlicul rB sei i'not, Louis Isaacs or W. II..H. Refreshments will be on sale. FOR RENT. Grand Opening! THE BUSY BEE oHOEbTORE THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHOE STOR.K WILI.B-OPENED ON Saturday 13th inst. UNDER THE BIG TR-EE lia Slock will ciimprlu all the leml.nH Styles i\i\d Grades of BOOTS AND SHOES direct from the mannlnclorles. The jiatronsge of my kind friends and the public generally is Respectfully Solicited J. S. KNOWLES Manager. I I OUSE on East Bay Street, at 1 present occupied by B. P. Sturrup Esq. poss es sion |iven ist. August. F.pply to, WALTER K. MOOR l WANT I'D. A FRESH II VINO FIS| Will pi ( .. for sa SANDS. Photographer, Ray street, City. H same. -i



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3 -3 3 0) rf CD 09 (A 13O 0) NulliXlf cddictus (viraro in vcrba mi>;>islri. Beini' bound lo swear to the Unjmai of no Master VOL. X. Nivssnu. N. P., Bahamas, Thursday. Ssptcm'>;r IS. I>!\ N > >9 1 I '• ( I!, I i i ; i11 11 h oi'Ki 11 M VRKKT -'i u I i -Hill!' M.,.: ,y TIM id " v\, |. Advert foi • %  pence pi line f v i :I'I intend lo !'<•. Good gracious, nn I';II fi.'in ii | hi y are i i ii ced thai mati '.I-, il >• pie di slined rnreei ( i n woman, nnd Ihal the ', %  < II is whoiil I he dii i i i i i II ihnl evi • i foi 0 girl. If \. II would BO Hu m of tiyii I i %  <• iheir Mamies and •lii beinj \| maids, Ihey woi Id indign M iK di in KM charge. Y. i -m h IH (hi caw, 'II n bloi l< I he love gnu e al every turn instead • f pushing it i!oi I R] e i in rase, foi insl mre, in v\hich tinFamily c< nstituies itself .i i nrnmittee of rriiii ism thai Mini [judgmi nt upon every )ouna man thai i met tn the house and linn limb from limb, Ii youth going to lubjei t I in lelf to that ordeal if he knows it ? Is any girl going to stand for having her mi n friends vit i* led if she can help it? Not rnfii h. Wi I an l wi 've all got faults and foibles don't care to have them cfisu i I idiculed, noi do w e enIHII ii lends mad** ihe target f u I he ne ir-w it, even ul our family. A PUZZI E. I know n beautiful and charming nji girl who is much admired b> young men, who are much pu? zleil .ilo why she new invites the n i" cili up MI liei .-it her home, though she evidently enjoys their and w lio wonder why, when tl %  %  -t com in to see iier, that she always makes some excuse In prevent (heir doin : so. The real reason is because hei family consider every beau that she has as Iheii g ime ( Inly .' come t-i see : i"r • nd they : ; evei %  • i 'iili 1 %  %  %  his n n and turn him into s>u< li i fjgu e of fun thai if has made the gii I h ive a pei feel horroi or having ;i man come to see her Hnrt tlms riffering him up as a fresh vii imi. nily think .-ill \ utti • he talked, and, hat ing t< to si e him in tinabsurd li could ni ver i the hern of her dream. The resuli was that she kepi waiting for the one perfect man, I eyon I family criticism, to come along, and, as he nr\cr did, she drifted help. nto spinsterhood, Anotl %  i :. ason why girls don't marry is because they have misfortune to have parents who are hindrances instead of helps. • e you can pull oil a success at anything you've goi to hav < a f.'ood chance to do it, and tins is, as true n| matrimony as of busiA girl c in't m irry un s le li is • ie opportunity, an I it is Up 10 III i p irentS *0 provide til It opportuuity, MANY WAYS. I his r, l [\ i>done in many w ays; by letting a girl goto plao s]v. %  i l. meet eligible men, by giv ing her ,tl,e best cl ithes that can he afforded, becaus %  her youth i* the sunshine in which a girl must malaher matrimonial hi y, and chiefly by making the home such a pleas int place that men H ill like t i me to n. Vet there are mothers and fathers who make every young man who %  to the I nuse feel ts if he • an interloper, or a burglar, with the \eiy natuial consequence that no youth has the courage to eniter such an inhospitable recaption a second time, and all the men in the community flock around ejll whose parents give them the glad hand. Believe me, mother and father has just as much -o do with making Mamie and Side' ., belle B8 the girls own attractions have. Another reason why so many girls are old maids is because fheir n't e lough sense to cj I i Ut of the way and give a man a chance to make love. How cr.n a fellow have the nerve to make love to a girl wh n fail er issitting by the drop lamp, not six feet away. 'li" cvi miin: paper, and mothei and Aunt Jme are gOSSipDing within earshot, and little brothi r is listening behind the (Continued on fouilh page.) i.


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Publication Date: Thursday, September 18, 1913
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NulliXlf cddictus (viraro in vcrba mi>;>islri.
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nnd tin v puzzle I hen brain* why
tins i thus, ami v. Iiy me mni
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i :i'i intend lo !'<. Good gracious,
nn I';ii fi.'in ii | hi y are i
i ii ced thai mati '.I-, il > pie
di slined rnreei ( i n woman, nnd
Ihal the ',< II is whoiil ihe
' dii i i i i i II ihnl evi i
foi 0 girl. If \. ii would BO
Hu m of tiyii I i . < iheir Ma-
mies and - lii beinj \| maids,
Ihey woi Id indign m iK di in Km
charge. Y. i -m h ih (hi caw, 'II n
bloi l< I he love gnu e al every turn
instead f pushing it i!oi
I r] e i in rase, foi insl mre, in
v\hich tin- Family c< nstituies itself
.i i nrnmittee of rriiii ism thai Mi-
ni [judgmi nt upon every )ouna
man thai i met tn the house and
linn limb from limb, I- i
youth going to lubjei t I in lelf to
that ordeal if he knows it ? Is any
girl going to stand for having her
mi n friends vit i* led if she can
help it?
Not rnfii h. Wi I
an l wi 've all got faults and foibles
don't care to have them cfisu
i I idiculed, noi do w e en-
ihii ii lends mad** ihe
target f u I he ne ir-w it, even ul our
family.
A PUZZI E.
I know n beautiful and charming
nji girl who is much admired
b> young men, who are much pu?
zleil .i- lo why she new invites
the n i" cili up mi liei .-it her home,
though she evidently enjoys their
. and w lio wonder
why, when tl -t com in to
see iier, that she always makes
some excuse In prevent (heir doin :
so. The real reason is because hei
family consider every beau that
she has as Iheii g ime ( Inly .'
come t-i see :i"r nd they
: ; evei i 'iili
1
his n n and turn him into
s>u< li i fjgu e of fun thai if has
made the gii I h ive a pei feel horroi
or having ;i man come to see her
Hnrt tlms riffering him up as a fresh
vii imi.
nily think .-ill til ,;li.mi! ten years
li-in now, wher Sadie's beauty
I they realise -Iie
is Mill hanging nn to the parent
hough, the f.ici that they k/pt her
from many ng, by making her
afraid to have a man come to see
be, won't Becm so funny. But
that's j.isi whal they're doing. Fa.
mily criticism explains why then -
in "ii| maid
l in n there's the I imily that Kills
love's young dream by ndicu e, A
ma idi n's building fancv is the
iniist delicate and sensitive thing
ii. the world, and it can be blight-
ed almost by a breath. Heaven
knows why, but a ceitain poetry
and romance mu-t surround a man
befurr a girl can fall in love with
him. and if you tear this awaj
fn.m him tl ere is nothing doing
in the sentiment line for her.
I once asked a particularly
charming old maid why she had
in- er married, and site said that
the in ISO! was that when she. was
a girl every time any man rame
courting her her family would
make fun of him, They would
point out that he had a nose like
a beak, or a jaw like a hull-dog,
or that he waddled hen he
'!. or that h >\ utti he
talked, and, hat ing t< to
si e him in tin- absurd li
could ni ver i
the hern of her dream. The re-
suli was that she kepi waiting for
the one perfect man, I eyon I fami-
ly criticism, to come along, and,
as he nr\cr did, she drifted help.
nto spinsterhood,
Anotl i :. ason why girls don't
marry is because they have
misfortune to have parents who
are hindrances instead of helps.
e you can pull oil a success
at anything you've goi to hav < a
f.'ood chance to do it, and tins is,
as true n| matrimony as of busi-
A girl c in't m irry un
s le li is ie opportunity, an I it is
Up 10 III i p irentS *0 provide til It
opportuuity,
MANY WAYS.
I his r,l[\ i>- done in many w ays;
by letting a girl goto plao s]v.
il. meet eligible men, by giv
ing her ,tl,e best cl ithes that can
he afforded, becaus her youth i*
the sunshine in which a girl must
mala- her matrimonial hi y, and
chiefly by making the home such a
pleas int place that men h ill like
t i me to n.
Vet there are mothers and fathers
who make every young man who
to the I nuse feel ts if he
an interloper, or a burglar, with
the \eiy natuial consequence that
no youth has the courage to en-
iter such an inhospitable recap-
tion a second time, and all the men
in the community flock around
ejll whose parents give
them the glad hand. Believe me,
mother and father has just as
much -o do with making Mamie
and Side' ., belle B8 the girls own
attractions have.
Another reason why so many
girls are old maids is because fheir
n't e lough sense to cj I
i Ut of the way and give a man
a chance to make love. How cr.n
a fellow have the nerve to make
love to a girl wh n fail er issitting
by the drop lamp, not six feet away.
'li" cvi miin: paper, and
mothei and Aunt Jme are gOSSip-
Ding within earshot, and little
brothi r is listening behind the
(Continued on fouilh page.)
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Thursday. September IS. 1913
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diaini to day, with 6 1
sengers and 1 7 bags of majl for
Nassau, and is 1 spected to ar-
rive hi 1 1 mon
The American tern schooner
"Sylvia C. Hall" arrived venter
day, 9 5 from New York.
witli 0 of coal for
C iast I lotel C 1.
nf
the Costa Rira State 1 ol :e, If
a photograph is tak< nol
irphine, stryi fimne.c iffeine
:,i constitu it "I 1
talin, all bclon in l 1 the
60 called alkaloid \
appear white in the
photograph, except digital in.
But if tli" photograph is mad.' by
of ulti t in-
,., 1, lit! irv h flit, th'
111 ul our re ,
, leim r white, the
1 .1
in '. the sti
I
of th
in wil
minei ilsofd I kinds, w

1
il NOTICEV
A P
uing the G
,th day of Jaan in 1 .! ;
\ p.o I -.I in-
t iiii. T \ 1 I 1 \ ;
n
\ l'r I II I II
tifj ing that 1 1 lis '! 1
re :
I ent Act 191 j
\\ .K. \. I -.] ap-
i'. rd
I
I,
I'ii Shu
bee 1
twentv .'

1.1 ilet 1
1
*
GOVERNMENT COUN ,
PAPER MONEY
MACHINE.
enlury
L'nited Statei
bee
1 \ in
has pro* I 1 '.hat
1 2 in ire ig built,
hills 11 "I id" be 1 re
ing
1 1 rele
tWO Hap do'TS Op III il1.; nf'
bills di
I
'
ii not 111
No
1 a ;ip-
\ .
: o f. \ 11 I .. 11J
re, (
w
doors fl; up
. \ e the IuiihIi
bill.ii it a m
vent p in i
signal to the op 1 it a' to put a
: H I. has been n |IUI1 |,
"' hill The i ile of bills 1 I
i, ri'.n I v
I 1
J. Stan' \ R 1 '. 1. Ii is
granted i
1 a>- :
l.ip
111a
'I \'.\\ I
ivei 11" 1.1 il.
appointed a t"iii|i 11
Hill
' il.
ilar "'I
a w vt ro DISTI
< ill-. 1 Pi
\n interesting new method of
distinguishing between pol
'.. is Mfi.via,,. ,', ',.,-, :',-,v-i,. ,, ..,,
"bai ded I is ready I
i.
1 1
having I of
' Hist
city a \o%\
W PAIN ER \!)FC
in;DKNI
A mixtui n .;
1 th ii ma 1 'a
paia flout d 'ja!.
itienl .,:s one
rj b]
nth h\ gienic ttion ol
thfl National I I
iton, The new hscover. it cl
ified as an "analge a ,"and it
without affecting in
I'h.' 0
in appl) ing n" .a
lau [hi to 1 itit 1
while at the same ti n is
administered to kei p e p tient
1 Ion-. If the pal at -hows
signs of pain, a little more
i the
mixture, an 1 signs ol approach-
ing nn 011s. ion ire the
signal ha a I 1 m of
11.
TH NT AND MAI
CENT 1 FOR : ATI! D
STATES
Tit "at
.ml hall 1! 1
11 the I
1

Congress. Th
'
I, The tie
hiii
, but in
juish it
I
r. It i on iider-
.I
nom teriall
of
living b; setting a Id tand-
*
selling at HA
each,
VVl ' >DEN ULLETS AIDI
IN I ; IRISH DI \ r.
Thai rout of |
Tui kisli trooj' on ba I I of
Kuinnno
to the bullets of
the Oppo in '.in
'
I be blamed to
borne exti nt for the 'I f< .it, has
ling of
1 of dummy amn unit ion
len bullets on tl fii Id 13
i stake, aporl ,al least,
ol the Turkish troop A-en issu
e.l wooden-bulleti d rarti
such bullet i an 1
0 illllS
to load their rill.>. I h
cartri I main neither percus
; ips nor explosn e, and the
ill .are painte I 1
.-mi 10 -hiii ,m ......, ,-. ;;.
II' >W SAVAGESMAKE MILK
01 a c<)\\ rs
PALAI
he, io\ ing the qu 1I1 iv of th-
null; from cucaanuts by cutting
ofl the tops and pi 1 th< nuts
over a bed of hot ash. j until the
warmth cnuses 11- 'Inittei" in
1
Minding meat of the nut


h
II 1 I R I B l!
'""v1' milk is
by nutivi
III-' I ... > : I in A
All \. 'lir; ,, til- I
trated Lond
ment i hangi s the quality of the
raw milk of the nut and Rives
it a more taste. In
milk from
i r.-i| nuts at one ime the
Hottenl i M i pin

S. 13NES SCHOOL ROOM.
'i UESDAY, -i !'l
. SOIREE
1 .
/,V
Schooner WINIFRED LT.
rAILS Ml, l a.,
Cj I RID ''.V, s pn II ': I 4 |||a
I iH |> i i
WALTER :
n I'
I A. SMS
1 1 'i ida, i 7- I
S immis, ci.
M-in .in Wire let I
i here for I
days and i the conl
i the Miii [i nenl
1
Mr. Snmrn
\ ; red an enl
. pped I
An nrrnng* ment ha i be< n
i the Briti ern
i thai tation is
Coi 11.) 111 \
will via Miami.
M. H, 17 1
judicial branch of 1! e I tatted
Stal 1 r >\ ernmenl aMumed join!
guardianship of Thaw to night,
Ih.i ak< n to Little-
to mon iw moi n up and
produi ed before Jud 1 Irii h
1 ' Utiil I States district
.rt.
h Indians
in lit \i 1. who num 1 1
1 1 ,000 1 hreaten a p trike
itch to the
"Daily Mail", foi the n drest -l
'.'. III!
lol, Rhode Island, 1 7.
Robi t 1 nons of R *ton
lot in illy chosen to daj by the
so-i ailed Vanderbilt ~- \ ndicate
boal for the
An" Cup honours ni x\

Mr. Emmons, if the st ndicate
to in- et Sir
ton's dialler
1 ateur in
many years to handle ad
"Blue Ribbon of I
7 Wm. Baile)
and, the woi Ids a mat
. made his first
I ' >un1
vark Velo
I Citv in two
. thirds
it
It was I o|
mt Bailey will 1
t Am 11 I
during Ins mon this
countrj.
London, 17. i
a 1 > > 111 i i t nf 1 "
W< llington 1' Si. "I hi
'in '1 till-
bridge VVi IU. It is tliat
i 11. \
1 1 llerj are 1 onsidei n tb< pur-
. ; lie p 1 tut 1 na-
!
THE NEXT TIME
you are buying Soap make no
mistake, hut ask for Sunlight Soap.
After you have used it in
your wash, you will always
remember to say
Sunlight
Soap
It will become a friend
in the home. Vou won't
;> it, and you will never
be without it.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED,
Port Sunlight, England.
m.'i, 17. The nat
.. i convention began its
.us here to-d j J mes Kiei
I lardie "On behaff "I the i
1 listi social democracy and two
million trades unionists"
that flish lahonring 1
i s were trying to < 1 ;i unit-
ed socialist party to li; lit mili-
tarism by .ill th at its
n '1
ONION REEDS h |>m
and nil nthei V el iblr Si els
\ I
Washington, 1
i Fresh Just Arnvea
re to night in the \>' liel that
t H irri w's celebration, of the
mini versa 1 j o| the Mexican in
dependence, though it might be
mat ked by intet 1 1. ^| > -
incuts, would not jeopardize tin*
I y of Ami 1 icans in Me*
The 100 American refugees, who t
were reported to hav<> fallen in- | j f,,r e.iriicularsnpply to M.
to the hands ol rebels, reached h. Dean or Michael Ryan, 13, w.
Saltillo in safety last night. | 13a St. v w v..ik City.
IOOI i>.
1 /1
I'm SALE
Till BUDDING OF THE
AVOCA
Mr. Join I attention to
e that then.' is no
.11 why varii ties of the avo-
ul.! 11 1 be selected and
budded in the West Indies, just
le v. ith oranges and
fruit.
Mr. Jon is, in a lati 1 li Iti
I '. eCoi mi
'
I
III I'll > : 1 on
111 I amb
Tin to
the diffii ulty "I" keeping
w ithin the limit* to! bam
boo joints, in .1 healthy growing
1 1 mdition. It was tin n
to transplant so dlin
.11 r stocks from the
to the nursery beds aft< 1 the
manner empl< >yed in < it rut ; ud
i plai 1 >l
out in two rows in a 1 ed 1 f< et
wide, the distan
plants in the rows lx
inches. Planted und< r such con
ditions the sttw ks gro \ vigorous
lv and are soon read) for bud
ding, win hi tier < an I e 'lone
when th ha11 attain"']
the thickness of a lead 1 ncil.
It is essential that the sto
should be in a health} growing
condition, 'at which tune the
barl ily from
nood.
1 udwi I I in the
I lominica exr> 1 im< nu was tak
en from the coDiparativi ly
young branch (green wood) of
a vigorous seedling of a Mrxi
can vari \ good]
of the buds grew.
tendi i. .'i
callus so quickly at the point
of insertion that the buds
sometim co bel
grow th has stai ted.
" He method employed was
Id budding \\ ith an inv<
unonl) followed in
budding 1 it: tho 1
1 in the V
Indian I
It isnotyi n how bud
ded will stand lifl
and transplanting, bul M is
thought that, I is
ripene I, and th< I
moved, the plants may be lifl
packed, Iran
ed in thi
than in the C
It inn il to menlion
I other information
ing i
cado pear, and regardit j it i
be found in th
IX. pp. M
and X, pp. 1 "The
. icultural Ni w Nov. 9,1913
0"Pcit Reduction
in PRIC1 S 01 Sewing-
Machines
1 >uring the month ol
August I am off
ing these. Baig iia
"New National" at fj 4s.
"Ideal" at C\ js.
gCHAS. E. ALBURY,


i
1
T II, 1 R I BU N r
BARGAINS AGAIN]
T
At Williams Wholesale and Retail
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
WLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'3 plac ofbu inessisnota y'^^t""
Kular-merchaadising/'butonewWchismadei^ol two departments, No. i ana No. -.
ILLIAMS THE SHOEM AN':* plac ofbu ines is nol a store which conforms strictly to
li
_ is where regular stock is kept and orders fo. the variot
No. l Department dupucat. lundcrtneonepnresystem
and in accordance with quality.
__ , _, is where prices in some cases are as \ov
NO. 2 Department Cen1 less than the regular prices or what they really are worth.
|n this latter department pun liases air rightly t< win d
BARGAINS
of Boots and Shoes that hav. been in a fire (as was done on a recent occasion 1 and th ld at pnct
ybnd competition.
In order that these methods of business may I . learly demonstrated Williams the Shoe
ipp
at :
250 pairs Colored Canva Ox. 1 les 6s. now being sold at 4s.
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALI & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
7-279 Bay St.
Nassau, N. P.,
portiere? And how 1 ana girl play
up lier little art*and artifice* with
tlie family looking on, ready to
guy In 1 about it as ww an the front
door closes behind tlio man ?
'I in v h >RGE r.
Pverj man and wi mai 1 usl
remember how they acted in
own courting daytai 'I yet in | le
of tins you will hear a fathei
that ha is not sr< "''' '" '' *" :""1
her fool beaux di ive him out <>l his
own favourite 1 hair '" hi*ov n sit-
ting room.Very wi II. Lei him
to it if I"' writs Sally '" be anold
I maid and to have to support hei in
itead of hci having a husband to
do it.
Of emirs'-, tin- architi cts tli.it at
,1 fiats don't lake love,
making into account 'I I
I the little winged god nut, wiiii h i 1
rt',rrhaps one reason why ll
11 sv* ss in iKviMK i" citiesth
coimtn and ''i.
iv il1 T. ,| of nil of whit li
you want your girls to n rry you
ist give il 1 m a chance, 'i ou must
in ip along tin' '< ve game, not
Itrew tacks in its way.
Excursion
tivgiRANCES E." sails for
F Harbour Island on
Saturday night, Septem
a ith, at 1! o'clock. Leaves
Harbour Island, 1 p.m. Sun-
Ten Shillings Round Trip.
Particulars and Tickets.
Office FRANCES E.
.in. N. I1.
Sept. 16, 1913.
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC I ESSONS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN,
M VNDOLIN n8 GUITAR.
Pianos tuned and Repaired.
Ordert taken jot Private
Entertainment*.
(,-j Wi 1 street.
Excursion to
Harbonr Island
and BLLFF.
V ill E
Ol I) RELI \!1F.
TOR RON I "VIM."
\1/1U: II will leave Uawaon
VV Squ "' '" '" l'-l!' K"lurdy
in1" i jo, for I lie al" >ve l*"i
Li ving I hirbnui Island
I p.m. Sunday, Jist
fur Iviiiff, 11 tiniiii''.' t"
Si .in, M<>ndH) 93'id,
.hi. Round Trip
I'.isv.'i'.'i's must lie
honked by noon
on Satu May.
I in 1 her parlicul rB sei
i'not, Louis Isaacs
or W. II..H.
Refreshments will be on sale.
FOR RENT.
Grand Opening!
THE BUSY BEE
oHOEbTORE
THE BUSY BEE. A NEW SHOE
STOR.K WILI.B-- OPENED ON
Saturday 13th inst.
UNDER THE BIG TR-EE
lia Slock will ciimprlu all the
leml.nH Styles i\i\d Grades of
BOOTS AND SHOES
direct from the mannlnclorles.
The jiatronsge of my kind
friends and the public gene-
rally is
Respectfully Solicited
J. S. KNOWLES
Manager.
II OUSE on East Bay Street, at
1 present occupied by B. P.
Sturrup Esq. possession |iven ist.
August.
F.pply to,
WALTER K. MOOR l
WANT I'D.
AFRESH II VINO FIS|
Will pi ( .. for sa
SANDS.
Photographer,
Ray street, City.
H
same.
-i


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