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T i K i til lam sure if it belonged to any other person they would have been served with notices to have it cleaned. O ye Aim"phty foes of the propie I would advise you in mv con elusion to take the Beam from out your own eyes, th .t vou may then see how to pull the mote from our*. One more word Mr. Editor if there is nothing fir the C. M. O. to do, instead of making mischief along with tli S I. -end him back home and let th.it £500 of the people's money he put to some other use. I am ir 1 1 airs truly ONE FROM THE SOUTH. The motor 'Trances fc" arrived from Miami this aftem.cn, with ma ill and passengers. We would dnect attention to the advertisement in auothei column of the "Jim I army" to be Riven in the DultelJ yard tins afternoon. DE.VI II. MINNS, — Yesterday, morning Frieda Candacy, infant d/tuglitei ol Mr. and Mrs. Sain. Minus -ay. d 14 months Lamb by the Shepherd taken, I'oldcd upon His breast. Hushed in His ..rms to waken In joy to endless ie~t Grieve not with hopeless sorrow, Je^us has ir't thy r>atn : Sum shall he come— glad mo., row Bringing thy lamb again CABLEGRAMS September 19th 1913. London, 17.— The country is Rgain threatened with a great rail. w.iv Strike, and Liverpo il, as betdre will be the storm center. The trouble began with the re. fusil of the Liverpool dockers tci handle freight from Dublin where the transpmt wotkers ate an Strike, Men to the number of 3500 em ployed in the freight yards went out this afternoon and were joined later by 4,000 at BinmngliMSn, •\ Complete freight tie-up i expected on the North western lines, At Dublin the deadlock continue*, more than ten thousand men being on strike. A/exico City, 17. — In sjiite of the rumours which dealt m partially with a'tacks u| on A me. jcaua, an army up 1 11 g and the HMMS ninatiou ol the president, 1 uVpsa| I'I nc day 1 .me ami wi n' wHh notlpiig to IIMI the liobd..\ spirit, { London, 17.—The "Women* licipal Party" is the title of . 1 organization founded by t'-e %  less of Marl borough. It will te a Strong attempt to interest woman in municipal affairs and promote their election to local govern.nent bi.dies. The organisation is confined to London, and has nothing to do with the suffragette movement in the sphere of natiocal polit ic>. Montreal, 17.—N. K. La flam me, one of the I'haw counsel announced to day that should the court of KingsBench decide that the immi gration act was unconstitutional, it would be sufficient ground on which to ask forThiws return to Canada. I his is interoreted tc me in that in 'Ifort will be m id*, to h ire I haw returned to the I > > mm ui. Montaubiii, 17. -The French gunners method of ban King in at linn heavy artillery draw n by \'otor power was tlie Huef poinl of interest to day for foreign ohServers of the giand mm -euvres of the French army. Over 100.000 men and a large flett of aeroplanes aie operating in two armies. CommencingTo-night By Special Arrangement. 300 lb. Dancing Actress W H would lform all who appreciate a flood Smoke that we now have on h.nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Stimatrp Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and gre;-.t pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The sui %  -ss we have met with in the past leads us confidently 10 expect the pationage of cormoiseurs. J. L. SALN'I ERS ft Co. Bav Street. I For Sale Cheap SECOND l! WD MANILLA WRAPPING PAPER, in good condition. I S. JOHNSON I O. Naesan, W I'., Sept. 19, 1913 S. AGNES SCHOOL ROOM. •1 ri:-D\v, SEPT 2;, 1913. SOIREE Mrs. Jar ley's Waxworks. Adtnisseon 1s. Open 8 pm. fa/raft meats, Schooner WINIFRED M. S AIL* fr MIAMI, Fla., FRII1 \Y, September vCtll. I 01 |i iage and Freight Apiil\ to W.M.IER K. MOORE, 16-22 I'arh.imeiit tie< I • Exeursion MnRANCES fc." tails for Harbour Island on Saturday night, Septeaiber 20th, at 11 o'clock. Leaves Harbour Island, 4 p.m. Sunday. Ten Shillings Round Trip. Particulars and Tickets. Office FRA.HCE3 E. Nassau, X. P., Sept. lo, 1913. Will be at t ie IMPERIAL For one week. We have also secured Prof. George Davis late of h'ew York as Piano accompanist. Prices : — 6d. is. and is jd. GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC I F.SSONS GIVEN ON I'lwr, VIOLIN, \l kNDOLIN and GUI I'M;. Pianos tuned and Repaired. Orders taken for Private Entertainments. <>-/ West street. K NOW all men (and %  .-. .. men too ) by those presents that IIIE LADIES OF WESLEY CHURCH Will give a— "JIM CARNEY" At the residence of Miss Dalzell situate cm Meeting treat on Friday next 19th 111st. SPORTS l liifh*unio,Fo it race rug of War, Skippinf, &c. etc. Entries made on the grounds Prizes will tie given. REFRESHMFN I'S to sail the most fastidious tasle will he on sale. A UANDOFMUSICin % attendanoe. ADMISSION Wults 3 I.Chil Ire,, id (1 Ite open at 3 P. \l. ALL AWE IX'VI IT. I). Excursion to Harbour Island and BLUFF. irv IIIE OLD RELIABLE MOTOR BOAT ••VIM." W HICH will leave Rawson Squ ire at 10 p.m. Saturday September 20, foi |he ahoVP ,.la-es Leaving llcibour Island a 1 4 p.m. Sunday, 21st for MluiT, returning in Nassau, Monday 22nd, at 5 a.m. Round Trip 8s, I 'dssagi s must be hooked by noon on S. 11.1:.1.1 y. Further particular* see l a p|, Louis I ,I I. S or \V. Hall. Refreshment* will he on sale, A WANTED. FRESH FLYIXO FISH Will piv 6*. for same, S ADS. Photographer, Lay street. City. FOR SALE I fOUSB nnd Lot on West St. 1 for p.rliiul.irs apply to M. E. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W. 132 St. New York City. I



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Nvillivis addictus furare In verba maestri. Being bound to swctvr to the Dogmas of no Master VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. September 19. 1913 PUBLISHED DULY. Advertising Nates: Six pence |>rr line f.'i first i iwrtion three pence [>ei line f.u iei > insertion; and one ; Imr %  %  bei quant iflurtiont Advertisements undei eight lints I irei ;u Mails, also Mails for In. agua HI 'I LOOK Cay, t>> be (!•-ed, vi i Miami, per "! %  nncet I ." will lie tinted on \l mday, ilia sand September, at 4 o'clock p m. .•* The -it endaoee ai the Band Concert last night waa a good fifty pei (nt better than last time. I tie noise "i the rabhlr we regret to say was very annoying, flie programme as ususl was w< II rendered. "M< 1 ry Cnndnos" "I lashed Brown" and "Ma • loney < were favourites with the ( IOW l|. Musical people were talking about "The Rnsary,""The Choristers,*' and 'A Stroll through L'airo" and hoping to see tliein on the programme soon. So rnut ii of nil Institution hive these Concent become, that "ur ritizene are Incoming ajthnmed of tinI and stand,iiie gentleman lio was present last night said lie hop. ed it would not be there when the winter Mison begins and nff-m ten shillings towards the coal of a |OOd one. The Entertainment give in St, M iry's Slr<>om last evening by the members of th it Church was 1 very successful affair, the Hall be tog filled. The programme was well prepared and well rendered, and thoM responsible for the entertainment deserve commendation. The Solo and Chorus, by Mr. A. Lunn and others drew forth a well deserNo. 250 LEON E 11 DUPfCB, I II I'll; AMI PauPBII tOB OK HO ,, \l \I(KKT STREW] 11 \. I'., BAHAMA*. r. 11. Bo I It,;. Monday, Vtdnesday ami Friday— •ii Kl %  "i v |ii. rueaday. Thursday and Saturday— MI lit copi nl weekly J this for a while and leave the empty lint anil bottles in Grant! Town alone at present. Yours tru'v MAPI) DRINKER. We did as our correspondont requested, and found that what he says is ecu 1 eel.[Eft J Nasau N. P. .8th Sept t 9 ,j. r.uitor Inbune. Sir : Example is better than precept is a Motto I would suggest for the guidance of the Sanitary Inspector. A few Saturdays ago I happened to drop into the Police Court just in time to heat the summing up of a 1, the Sanitary Inspector against Mrs. Alicia Hannah. It appears the defendant had some rain water in a luh for washing purposes was ordered to throw it awav and refused. A witness was calied by the Prosecutor ta see a quantity of mosquito larvae in the said tub, the same was potilively denied in the Court that such larvae existed ; the defendant was however fined live shillings and was told by the M tgistratt that the penalty was 'I ?u pounds. (The Obnoxious Health Bill's ruling). A few minutes later I walked out Bast and while discussing the case, my attention was called to a \ard said to be owned by the Sanitary Inspector, and upon visiting it I found it to be in a most filthy condition. There are in the yard excluding two old buildings and two stores, four houses containing 28 tenement rooms averaging between forty and fifty, tenants, there is no kitchen, and a small Water-closet, measuring 7' 6" x 4' 8", alongside ofjsame is a ditch filled with stagnant water and wigwags, or mosquito larvae as they are termed. All around the building can be seen all kinds of putrid substances and the smell.emanating from same is most unbearable. The \V. C. I should sny is unfit for hum 111 use being filled almost to top of -eats, I have been made to understand that each of those twentyeight rooms pay weekly one shilling and sixpence per week is. 6d a total of forty two shillings per week; just fancy Mr. Editor such a collection being made, and tenants allowed to live in such filth. A very true saying is the "boar knows where to rub his hide," I fear if such things he allowed to exist much longer something sen. ims is going to happen. I quite agree that premises ought to be ke|

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Nvillivis addictus furare In verba maestri.
Being bound to swctvr to the Dogmas of no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. September 19. 1913
PUBLISHED DULY.
Advertising Nates: Six pence |>rr line
f.'i first i iwrtion three pence [>ei line
f.u iei > insertion; and one ;
Imr ' bei quant iflurtiont
Advertisements undei eight lints
I irei ;u Mails, also Mails for In.
agua hi 'I Look Cay, t>> be (!--
ed, vi i Miami, per "!' nncet
I ." will lie tinted on \l mday, ilia
sand September, at 4 o'clock p m.
.*
The -it endaoee ai the Band Con-
cert last night waa a good fifty
pei (nt better than last time. I tie
noise "i the rabhlr we regret to say
was very annoying,
flie programme as ususl was
w< II rendered. "M< 1 ry Cnndnos"
"I lashed Brown" and "Ma loney
' < were favourites with the
( IOW l|.
Musical people were talking
about "The Rnsary,""The Choris-
ters,*' and 'A Stroll through L'airo"
and hoping to see tliein on the pro-
gramme soon.
So rnut ii of nil Institution hive
these Concent become, that "ur
ritizene are Incoming ajthnmed of
tin- I and stand,iiie gentleman lio
was present last night said lie hop.
ed it would not be there when the
winter Mison begins and nff-m
ten shillings towards the coal of
a |OOd one.
The Entertainment give in St,
M iry's Slr<>om last evening by
the members of th it Church was 1
very successful affair, the Hall be
tog filled. The programme was well
prepared and well rendered, and
thoM responsible for the entertain-
ment deserve commendation. The
Solo and Chorus, by Mr. A. Lunn
and others drew forth a well deser-
No. 250
LEON E 11 DUPfCB,
I II I'll; AMI PauPBII tOB
OK HO ,, \l \I(KKT STREW]
11 \. I'., bahama*.
r. 11. Bo I It,;.
Monday, Vtdnesday ami Friday
ii Kl "i v ........ |ii.
rueaday. Thursday and Saturday
mi lit copi ...... nl
weekly .......j Monthly .......it.4d
Qaarttrl) ........4s.
11 nil Vr.olv ... Re,
Veai v ,., ... |ii
PAYARLF IN XUVam I .
\al encore, and the cv*t popular
lieau Brummel "brought down the
house," and although he appeared
on the Stage three tunes, when he
finally withdrew, the audience kept
clauiourir.g for more.
In addition to the programme
tome excellent phonograph s<
tii 1 is weie rendered.
\t !h" completion of the pro-
gramme, mai y availed themselves
of the opportunity afforded to trip
the "light fantastic toe."
PROGRAMME.
Chorus-" The Hunter's Glee"
Choir
1"The Sweetest Name"
Miss I) ivis
Chorus"Cherry Ripe"-Choir
Thtee Part Song Queen of The
Night" -Ladies
Solo anil ChorusMoonlight Bay"
-A. II. Luna
I'.eau Brummel in three arts :
"That's Gratitude"
'That Chicken Glide"
"Ragtime Melodies"
Song Valee"Orange Blossoms'1
Chorus -"Childien't Cheen"
Choir
FarceThe Darkic Wood-Dealer
Wm. Cummingt, Harold Saw*
VI r, Walter Bttliol,
Dear Mr. Editor
Pleatetend to the Ice House un-
der contract with the Ci ivetmnent
and buy some of the Ice which
is ill-supplied to.dav. Put it to
water and taste, and you will see
mv complaint.
The Ice water to day tastes of
some carrion, which perhaps has
fallen into the tank or vat where
water is Stored from which the fee
is made. It is simply awful Sir.
an I the C. M. O. might give at-
ten'mn t<> this for a while and
leave the empty lint anil bottles
in Grant! Town alone at present.
Yours tru'v
MAPI) DRINKER.
We did as our correspondont re-
quested, and found that what he
says is ecu 1 eel.- [Eft
J
Nasau N. P.
.8th Sept t9,j.
r.uitor Inbune.
Sir :
Example is better than precept
is a Motto I would suggest for the
guidance of the Sanitary Inspector.
A few Saturdays ago I happened to
drop into the Police Court just in
time to heat the summing up of a
1, the Sanitary Inspector against
Mrs. Alicia Hannah. It appears the
defendant had some rain water in
a luh for washing purposes was or-
dered to throw it awav and refus-
ed. A witness was calied by the
Prosecutor ta see a quantity of
mosquito larvae in the said tub,
the same was potilively denied in
the Court that such larvae existed ;
the defendant was however fined
live shillings and was told by the
M tgistratt that the penalty was
'I ?u pounds. (The Obnoxious
Health Bill's ruling). A few min-
utes later I walked out Bast and
while discussing the case, my at-
tention was called to a \ard said
to be owned by the Sanitary In-
spector, and upon visiting it I
found it to be in a most filthy con-
dition. There are in the yard ex-
cluding two old buildings and two
stores, four houses containing
28 tenement rooms averaging
between forty and fifty, tenants,
there is no kitchen, and a small
Water-closet, measuring 7' 6" x 4'
8", alongside ofjsame is a ditch fill-
ed with stagnant water and wig-
wags, or mosquito larvae as they
are termed.
All around the building can be
seen all kinds of putrid substances
and the smell.emanating from same
is most unbearable.
The \V. C. I should sny is unfit
for hum 111 use being filled almost
to top of -eats, I have been made
to understand that each of those
twentyeight rooms pay weekly one
shilling and sixpence per week is.
6d a total of forty two shillings
per week; just fancy Mr. Editor
such a collection being made, and
tenants allowed to live in such
filth.
A very true saying is the "boar
knows where to rub his hide," I
fear if such things he allowed to
exist much longer something sen.
ims is going to happen. I quite
agree that premises ought to be
ke| ty do not set example how can
they expect others to do it. Again
sir, I would direct your attention
to a lot of land over Fort Fincas-
tlc around by the same S. I which
1


T
i K i til
lam sure if it belonged to any
other person they would have been
served with notices to have it
cleaned.
O ye Aim"phty foes of the pro-
pie I would advise you in mv con
elusion to take the Beam from out
your own eyes, th .t vou may then
see how to pull the mote from our*.
One more word Mr. Editor if
there is nothing fir the C. M. O.
to do, instead of making mischief
along with tli S I. -end him back
home and let th.it 500 of the
people's money he put to some
other use.
I am ir
1 1 airs truly
ONE FROM THE SOUTH.
The motor 'Trances fc" arrived
from Miami this aftem.cn, with
ma ill and passengers.
We would dnect attention to
the advertisement in auothei col-
umn of the "Jim I army" to be
Riven in the DultelJ yard tins
afternoon.
DE.VI II.
MINNS, Yesterday, morning
Frieda Candacy, infant d/tuglitei
ol Mr. and Mrs. Sain. Minus -ay. d
14 months
Lamb by the Shepherd taken,
I'oldcd upon His breast.
Hushed in His ..rms to waken
In joy to endless ie~t !
Grieve not with hopeless sorrow,
Je^us has ir't thy r>atn :
Sum shall he come glad mo.,
row !
Bringing thy lamb again !
CABLEGRAMS
September 19th 1913.
London, 17. The country is
Rgain threatened with a great rail.
w.iv Strike, and Liverpo il, as be-
tdre will be the storm center.
The trouble began with the re.
fusil of the Liverpool dockers tci
handle freight from Dublin where
the transpmt wotkers ate an Strike,
Men to the number of 3500 em
ployed in the freight yards went
out this afternoon and were joined
later by 4,000 at BinmngliMSn,
\ Complete freight tie-up i ex-
pected on the North western lines,
At Dublin the deadlock continue*,
more than ten thousand men be-
ing on strike.
A/exico City, 17. In sjiite of
the rumours which dealt m parti-
ally with a'tacks u| on A me. jcaua,
an army up 1 11 g and the HMMS
ninatiou ol the president, 1 uVpsa- |
i'i nc day 1 .me ami wi n' wHh ,
notlpiig to iimi the liobd..\ spirit,
{ London, 17.The "Women*
licipal Party" is the title of .
1 organization founded by t'-e
less of Marl borough. It will
te a Strong attempt to interest
woman in municipal affairs and
promote their election to local
govern.nent bi.dies.
The organisation is confined to
London, and has nothing to do
with the suffragette movement in
the sphere of natiocal polit ic>.
Montreal, 17.N. K. La flam me,
one of the I'haw counsel announc-
ed to day that should the court of
KingsBench decide that the immi
gration act was unconstitutional,
it would be sufficient ground on
which to ask forThiws return to
Canada.
I his is interoreted tc me in that
in 'Ifort will be m id*, to h ire
I haw returned to the I > > mm ui.
Montaubiii, 17. -The French
gunners method of ban King in
at linn heavy artillery draw n by
\'otor power was tlie Huef poinl
of interest to day for foreign oh-
Servers of the giand mm -euvres of
the French army.
Over 100.000 men and a large
flett of aeroplanes aie operating in
two armies.
Commencing-
To-night
By Special Arrangement.
300 lb. Dancing
Actress
WH would lform all who appreciate a flood Smoke that we now
have on h.nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Stimatrp
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and gre;-.t pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The sui " -ss we have met with in the past leads us confidently 10 expect
the pationage of cormoiseurs.
J. L. SALN'I ERS ft Co.
Bav Street.
I
For Sale Cheap
SECOND l! WD MANILLA
WRAPPING PAPER, in good
condition.
I S. JOHNSON I O.
Naesan, W I'.,
Sept. 19, 1913
S. AGNES SCHOOL ROOM.
1 ri:-D\v, SEPT 2;, 1913.
SOIREE
Mrs. Jar ley's Waxworks.
Adtnisseon 1s. Open 8 pm.
fa/raft meats,
Schooner WINIFRED M.
SAIL* fr MIAMI, Fla.,
FRII1 \Y, September vCtll.
I 01 |i iage and Freight
Apiil\ to
W.M.IER K. MOORE,
16-22 I'arh.imeiit tie< I
Exeursion
MnRANCES fc." tails for
* Harbour Island on
Saturday night, Septeaiber
20th, at 11 o'clock. Leaves
Harbour Island, 4 p.m. Sun-
day.
Ten Shillings Round Trip.
Particulars and Tickets.
Office FRA.HCE3 E. *
Nassau, X. P.,
Sept. lo, 1913.
Will be at t ie
IMPERIAL
For one week.
We have also secured Prof.
George Davis late of h'ew
York as Piano accompanist.
Prices : 6d. is. and is jd.
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC I F.SSONS GIVEN ON
I'lwr, VIOLIN,
\l kNDOLIN and GUI I'M;.
Pianos tuned and Repaired.
Orders taken for Private
Entertainments.
<>-/ West street.
KNOW all men (and .-. ..
men too ) by those pre-
sents that IIIE LADIES OF
WESLEY CHURCH Will
give a
"JIM CARNEY"
At the residence of Miss Dalzell
situate cm Meeting treat on Friday
next 19th 111st.
SPORTS
l liifh*unio,Fo it race rug
of War, Skippinf, &c. etc.
Entries made on the grounds
Prizes will tie given.
REFRESHMFN I'S to sail the most
fastidious tasle will he on sale.
A UANDOFMUSICin%attendanoe.
ADMISSION Wults 3 I.Chil Ire,, id
(1 Ite open at 3 P. \l.
ALL AWE IX'VI IT. I).
Excursion to
Harbour Island
and BLUFF.
irv IIIE
OLD RELIABLE
MOTOR BOAT VIM."
WHICH will leave Rawson
Squ ire at 10 p.m. Saturday
September 20, foi |he ahoVP ,.la-es
Leaving llcibour Island
a 1 4 p.m. Sunday, 21st
for MluiT, returning in
Nassau, Monday 22nd, at
5 a.m. Round Trip 8s,
I 'dssagi s must be
hooked by noon
on S. 11.1:.1.1 y.
Further particular* see
l a p|, Louis I ,i i. s
or \V. Hall.
Refreshment* will he on sale,
A
WANTED.
FRESH FLYIXO FISH
Will piv 6*. for same,
S Ads.
Photographer,
Lay street. City.
FOR SALE
IfOUSB nnd Lot on West St.
1 for p.rliiul.irs apply to M.
E. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W.
132 St. New York City.
I


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