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if I li I: I K I B H NE in (beaten seemi t<> us te l>e reasonable." Most certainly. No one should be allowed to pollute the air of a public place with fumes that am annoying and poisonous to some who have a right to be present. STANDARD OIL CO'S Gasoline Drums 110 Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands on arrival "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. Cash on Delivery. C. C. SAUNDERS. September 23, 1913. For Sale Cheap SECOND HAND MANILLA WRAPPING PAPER, in good condition. J. S. JOHNSON CO. Sept. 1.), 1913 WHY DO MILLIONS of housewives use Sunlight Soap? Have you ever tried to ascertain ? A piece of Sunlight Soap used in your next wash will explain to you the reason. You will find that Sunlight Soap used in the wash saves your time, labour and money, and, what is more, saves your clothes. Try it in your next Wash. V KVKR BROTHERS I.IMITKI) 1ORT MINMQHl KNOLANO FOR RENT. / H Oi'SI on East Hay Street, at presrnt occupied by I'. P. Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st. August. Apply to, WALTER K. MOORE. Japencoi SANITARYCASHABLE PAINT TO BE MIXED W'l I'll WA l"ER. In White, (irey, Pink .ui 1 Green, 7 111. Tins at 38. 6d. Perfex Enamels ASSORT) U COLOURS in I in,it Gil. is., is. '1 !.. 2s. 6*L Star Vacuum Flasks l\ TWO SIZES PINTS WD QUARTS. !-ur Sale by ( II \s E. ALBURY. BARGAINS ACAI At Williams Wholesale and Retail SHOE ESTABLISHMENT W ILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'S place of business is not a store^ which conforms strictly to "regular merchandising," but one which is made up of two departments, No. 1 and No. 2. tr y^ x->-s> w\ n y>t ** where regular stock is kept*and orders for the various lines are IN O* 1 JJepa"virieriL duplicated from time to time and sold under the one price system and in accordance with quality. No. 2 Department is where pri< es in some cases are as low as jo pei cent to 40 per cent less than the regular prices <>r what they really are worth. In this latter department purchases are Tightly termed BARGAINS This question may arise with some. In what way is this No. a Department maintained? The answer is simply this. The Proprietor buys through an Agent who knows buw,of Merchants who have failed in business, at such low prices as to warrant tins great discount en regular prices. He also buys portions of the salvage of stocks of Hoots and Shoes that have been in a fire (as was done on a recent occasion) and these are sold at prices be""II'' a — o — -J 1 at ios. 230 pairs Colored Canvas l.ea. sole Ox. Ties OS. now being sohl at 4s. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277-279 Hay St. Nassau, N. P., 1 JL



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Nvillius addict us |\irare In verba manlstrt. Hi'lni] bound lo iwcftr lo the Dogmas of r\o Master, VOL. X. N.v.s. u. N. F.. Bahamas. Thursday. September 25. 191} No. 255 LI ON B. II. DUI'I CM. i% %  i r>>i; ii I'HOPR inok CD P ^ CD CD OK* i 1 41 MAItl 1 KKM \ '' 1 V i II I'l t'.l.l>lll'.l' I) ill '.I ,1. • 1' I. 1'n idaj 1 % %  %  '• 1 -• %  -• • •ill".. 1 11 .. • III Weekly ... ill Mont Ii I \ Quirtpi 1} Half Yenrl< Yntij >• %  I' l VA I'l I' l\ \ l^ \M I . 1 liing H itei Si* foi first 11-' rtiim thiec |wm t \>ri in-r For foconil in* OIM£|MSHII) lief line fni subsequent inerti< iw Advertin rtentt nnrfei eight linsi 41. I"i in ill' l\ul> News and .end. or,'" Aug (I, K) 1 2 PANDEMONIUM AT COWE Visitors Stranded .it Midnight I>--|i-r.if Seen on Pierhead. (From Our Sprci il Correspondent. ('owes, I lies lay We had wild nightmare adven turps here last night. In cownmon with many iither IV.nk I lolid iy remits of popular html, Cowes was ••vercrowtled and running ivei nli tii|>|i> is from tlio mainlnni Aftrr (I,nk the utenmer arrange. incuts g > iiuiildlpil. Somehow theie were not mough boats to lake tlie penplft nwny, and from subset lo midnight there were despairing nnd muiiii'ius Mi'iii'i mi the pier* heads anil alimg the fiont. Late at night hundr ls of/belated re\e ins, with ilnholiday spirit ;ill squeeged out ,,f them, were wedifed in n hot, sweltering mass for live desperate liou r s hungry, thirsty worn out, sick at heart. Women and children in 'lie piens %  uffered pitiably. TWrewere many c ises of hysteria .mil collapse. One man actually went mad and w is carried off raving t<> the lm--pii.ii. For once, and it rm an ugly time while it Intled, Bristol ntic Cowes was nthake with pandemonium At midnight hundreds were still wearily waiting to lie carried away from the Island. Some found harbourage and anights lodging in the police station, nnd others trie! to sleep on the seats along the promenade, but the night was cold and fni loo cheer less to favour lodging 11 n let thestars. POPULAR VICTORY. 1 lowever, all misadventures come to an in! sooner or later, and Monday'* gliKim was forgotten in todays magnificent sunrise and sunshine. Never were conditions more favourable for the opening ilay of Hie Roy id Y.H'IH Sip idl ill's r* gatta, and for the start 1 if the %  6 loi Ins Mhjenty's Clip which "l"' 1i-l the progrninine, I'll is is a race for yachts belonging to the Squad%  11. hired vessels not being al lowed to compete. I hveii entered, ami all started, KlM across the line was the White lle.nher, wilh the Meteor close up, and the L idy Anne and \l n gherita third and fourth respectively. As the breeze dropped to practically nothing during the afternoon it was derided to halve le distance o| the Cupcourse, and go only once round the Queen's course. The Cup was won hv White Heather, owned by Mr, Myles Kennedy, who is one of the most sporting yachtsmen ul iat, His victory was extremely popul ir. "RACING" FOR EIGH I* HOURS I lie second rare, for the R Y. S (.up, was won l>\ 'he M.iriquita, owned by Mr. A. K. Slot hart. The third rare was the onlv one in winch tlje full coiii'i wnsattempl ed, and ihisooly by iwoi ndiis, the P.iula III. and the (strut. *n" were the afternon nits ili-it i pse I wo boat were out for rime on sight hours. They came m together, |M ictically hull in hull, afisi Ihi ii thirty miles struggle. Pis \ Il id just II ppi oached the line when the Ittria, for so'ue 111 ;/> %  1 PI 11 ins reason, s 1 I den. Iy went about and lliePaula crossed alone, thus winning Captain Orr Ewing'l Cup During t Its day a most intent ing visitor csme to the Solent, the hugs French Imer 'Francs' with 1 verv gav party, on ii Mr I of Prin reuses, Kxeellenry Counts, and Countesses. The France is on a three dVS' pleasure cruise from Havre, and it was her pleasure I 1 spend the <\.i\ and most of the night in the Roads, The brilliant crowd <>n board had a banquet and a hall in the spacious saloon during the evening, after spending a pleasent afternoon ashore, and left at midnight once again for France. THE KING \ I" \ BANQUET. This rvening the annual dinner of the R. Y S. was held at the Castle. The King presided,and the Rssembly included the Duke ofConnnught, Prince Henry of Prussia, the Marquis of (Ormonde (Commodore and the I hike ol I red ViceCommodore of the Squadron) Sir MauriceFitzgei ild, Earl ol Norman ton, Earl of \lbemarle, Lord Brassey, Sir Godfrey Baring, the Earl ol Dunraven, Lord Shaftesbury,Sir William Portal, Lord Trcdegar.Str James Pender, tlip Earl of Hard* wicke. the Marquis Of \iKt, Sii Archibald Oir Ewing, Lord Abinger, and Admiral Von Fisendscker, A large crowd assembled around the jettv to watch for the arrival of the Royal party just before eight o'clock, SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACFS. The London "Lancet" in its issue nf \pnl 26 has ^n editorial article entitled "-smoking 111 a The iter," from which it seems that the suggestion has been m ide to permit smoking in the theater in order to increase the number of 0 1 Irons, This the "I, meet" thinks, would luhmil the public, "whether they liked it or not, In an atmosphere of burning pipe, cigar, or rigsretle, which cannot add to the health of the surroundings." Says the Lancet : — "Scientific evidence is hardly needed to show tint to some extent the pe 1 son breathing n smoketainted atmosphere it liable to ill' s imp evils as the person who is smoking ; for the experience of a non smoker who h is up -nt an evening ir an ntmnspht re of a smoking concert i* often thai ft* sustains %  disturb in •• of h • ilth similar to thitsomcti nes complained of Isy the excessive smoker," The "I ,n 1 I'l" sug ;i-.ts as a comle unite tll.it a 1 -i I 11 1 sect ion ol • %  'he lie I) • NMAl VS I for S It 1 1 I so ventilated as to prev it cfI".%  •in illV the smoke fro n annoying th'non-smokers, "If tins is |min icticable," thinks the "Lancet,'* "then the prohibition ol smoking (Continue! on fourth ptgfl.) 1)


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Publication Date: Thursday, September 25, 1913
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Nvillius addict us |\irare In verba manlstrt.
Hi'lni] bound lo iwcftr lo the Dogmas of r\o Master,
VOL. X.
N.v.s. u. N. F.. Bahamas. Thursday. September 25. 191} No. 255
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ill"..1 11 .. III
Weekly ... ill
Mont Ii I \
Quirtpi 1}
Half Yenrl<
Yntij >
I' l VA I'l I' l\ \ l^ \M I .
. 1 liing H itei Si*
foi first 11-' rtiim thiec |wm t \>ri in-r
For foconil in* oiM|Mshii) lief
line fni subsequent inerti< iw
Advertin rtentt nnrfei eight linsi 41.
I"i in ill' l\ul> News and .end.
or,'" Aug (i, K) 12-
PANDEMONIUM AT COWE .
Visitors Stranded .it Midnight
I>--|i-r.if Seen on Pierhead.
(From Our Sprci il Correspondent.
('owes, I lies lay
We had wild nightmare adven
turps here last night. In cownmon
with many iither IV.nk I lolid iy
remits of popular html, Cowes
was vercrowtled and running ivei
nli tii|>|i> is from tlio mainlnni
Aftrr (I,nk the utenmer arrange.
incuts g > iiuiildlpil. Somehow theie
were not mough boats to lake tlie
penplft nwny, and from subset lo
midnight there were despairing
nnd muiiii'ius Mi'iii'i mi the pier*
heads anil alimg the fiont.
Late at night hundr ls of/belated
re\e ins, with iln- holiday spirit
;ill squeeged out ,,f them, were
wedifed in n hot, sweltering mass
for live desperate liours hungry,
thirsty worn out, sick at heart.
Women and children in 'lie piens
uffered pitiably. TWrewere many
c ises of hysteria .mil collapse. One
man actually went mad and w is
carried off raving t<> the lm--pii.ii.
For once, and it rm an ugly
time while it Intled, Bristol ntic
Cowes was nthake with pandem-
onium At midnight hundreds were
still wearily waiting to lie carried
away from the Island. Some found
harbourage and anights lodging in
the police station, nnd others trie!
to sleep on the seats along the
promenade, but the night was cold
and fni loo cheer less to favour lodg-
ing 11 n let thestars.
POPULAR VICTORY.
1 lowever, all misadventures come
to an in! sooner or later, and
Monday'* gliKim was forgotten in
todays magnificent sunrise and
sunshine. Never were conditions
more favourable for the opening
ilay of Hie Roy id Y.h'Ih Sip idl ill's
r* gatta, and for the start 1 if the 6
loi Ins Mhjenty's Clip which "l"' 1-
i-l the progrninine, I'll is is a race
for yachts belonging to the Squad-
11. hired vessels not being al
lowed to compete. I hveii entered,
ami all started,
KlM across the line was the
White lle.nher, wilh the Meteor
close up, and the L idy Anne and
\l n gherita third and fourth respec-
tively. As the breeze dropped to
practically nothing during the
afternoon it was derided to halve
le distance o| the Cupcourse, and
go only once round the Queen's
course.
The Cup was won hv White
Heather, owned by Mr, Myles
Kennedy, who is one of the most
sporting yachtsmen ul iat, His vic-
tory was extremely popul ir.
"RACING" FOR EIGH I* HOURS
I lie second rare, for the R Y. S
(.up, was won l>\ 'he M.iriquita,
owned by Mr. A. K. Slot hart. The
third rare was the onlv one in
winch tlje full coiii'i wnsattempl
ed, and ihisooly by iwoi ndiis, the
P.iula III. and the (strut. *n"
were the afternon nits ili-it i pse
I wo boat were out for rime on
sight hours. They came m together,
|M ictically hull in hull, afisi Ihi ii
thirty miles struggle. Pis \ Il id just
II ppi oached the line when the Ittria,
for so'ue 111 ;/> 1 pi 11 ins reason, s 1 I den.
Iy went about and lliePaula crossed
alone, thus winning Captain Orr
Ewing'l Cup
During t Its day a most intent
ing visitor csme to the Solent, the
hugs French Imer 'Francs' with
1 verv gav party,on ii Mr I of Prin
reuses, Kxeellenry Counts, and
Countesses. The France is on a
three dVS' pleasure cruise from
Havre, and it was her pleasure I 1
spend the <\.i\ and most of the
night in the Roads, The brilliant
crowd <>n board had a banquet
and a hall in the spacious saloon
during the evening, after spending
a pleasent afternoon ashore, and
left at midnight once again for
France.
THE KING \ I" \ BANQUET.
This rvening the annual dinner
of the R. Y S. was held at the
Castle. The King presided,and the
Rssembly included the Duke ofCon-
nnught, Prince Henry of Prussia,
the Marquis of (Ormonde (Commo-
dore and the I hike ol I red Vice-
Commodore of the Squadron) Sir
MauriceFitzgei ild, Earl ol Norman
ton, Earl of \lbemarle, Lord Bras-
sey, Sir Godfrey Baring, the Earl
ol Dunraven, Lord Shaftesbury,Sir
William Portal, Lord Trcdegar.Str
James Pender, tlip Earl of Hard*
wicke. the Marquis Of \iKt, Sii
Archibald Oir Ewing, Lord Abin-
ger, and Admiral Von Fisendscker,
A large crowd assembled around
the jettv to watch for the arrival
of the Royal party just before eight
o'clock,
SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACFS.
The London "Lancet" in its
issue nf \pnl 26 has ^n edito-
rial article entitled "-smoking
111 a The iter," from which it seems
that the suggestion has been m ide
to permit smoking in the theater
in order to increase the number of
0 1 Irons, This the "I, meet" thinks,
would luhmil the public, "whether
they liked it or not, In an atmos-
phere of burning pipe, cigar, or
rigsretle, which cannot add to the
health of the surroundings." Says
the Lancet :
"Scientific evidence is hardly
needed to show tint to some ex-
tent the pe 1 son breathing n smoke-
tainted atmosphere it liable to ill'-
s imp evils as the person who is
smoking ; for the experience of a
non smoker who h is up -nt an even-
ing ir an ntmnspht re of a smoking
concert i* often thai ft* sustains
disturb in of h ilth similar to
thitsomcti nes complained of Isy
the excessive smoker,"
The "I ,n 1 I'l" sug ;i-.ts as a com-
le unite tll.it a 1 -i I 11 1 sect ion ol
'he lie I) NMAl VS I for S It '
1 1 I so ventilated as to prev it cf-
I".-in illV the smoke fro n annoying
th'non-smokers, "If tins is |m-
in icticable," thinks the "Lancet,'*
"then the prohibition ol smoking
(Continue! on fourth ptgfl.)
1)


if
I li I: I K I B H NE
in (beaten seemi t<> us te l>e rea-
sonable." Most certainly. No one
should be allowed to pollute the
air of a public place with fumes
that am annoying and poisonous
to some who have a right to be
present.
STANDARD OIL CO'S
Gasoline
Drums 110 Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands
on arrival "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts. '
Cash on Delivery.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
September 23, 1913.
For Sale Cheap
SECOND HAND MANILLA
WRAPPING PAPER, in good
condition.
J. S. JOHNSON CO.
Sept. 1.), 1913
WHY DO MILLIONS
of housewives use Sunlight Soap?
Have you ever tried to ascertain ?
A piece of
Sunlight Soap
used in your next wash will
explain to you the reason.
You will find that Sun-
light Soap used in the
wash saves your time,
labour and money, and,
what is more, saves
your clothes.
Try it in your next Wash.
V
KVKR BROTHERS I.IMITKI)
1ORT MINMQHl KNOLANO

FOR RENT. /
HOi'SI on East Hay Street, at
presrnt occupied by I'. P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st.
August.
Apply to,
WALTER K. MOORE.
Japencoi
SANITARY- CASHABLE
PAINT
TO BE MIXED W'l I'll WA l"ER.
In White, (irey,
Pink .ui 1 Green,
7 111. Tins at 38. 6d.
Perfex Enamels
ASSORT) U COLOURS
in I in- ,it Gil.
is., is. '1 !.. 2s. 6*L
Star Vacuum Flasks
l\ TWO SIZES
PINTS WD QUARTS.
!-ur Sale by
( II \s E. ALBURY.
BARGAINS ACAI
At Williams Wholesale and Retail
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
WILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'S place of business is not a store^ which conforms strictly to "re-
gular merchandising," but one which is made up of two departments, No. 1 and No. 2.
tr y^ x->-s> w\ ny>t ** where regular stock is kept*and orders for the various lines are
IN O* 1 JJepa"virieriL duplicated from time to time and sold under the one price system
and in accordance with quality.
No. 2 Department
is where pri< es in some cases are as low as jo pei cent to 40 per
cent less than the regular prices <>r what they really are worth.
In this latter department purchases are Tightly termed
BARGAINS
This question may arise with some. In what way is this No. a Department maintained? The answer is simply
this. The Proprietor buys through an Agent who knows buw,of Merchants who have failed in business, at such low prices
as to warrant tins great discount en regular prices. He also buys portions of the salvage of stocks
of Hoots and Shoes that have been in a fire (as was done on a recent occasion) and these are sold at prices be-
""II''.....a........-...............o .......... --j 1................... ..........
at ios. 230 pairs Colored Canvas l.ea. sole Ox. Ties OS. now being sohl at 4s.
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
277-279 Hay St.
Nassau, N. P.,
1
JL


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