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i H £ J n i My what form the nppi al i<> t he electors will take, but h( that ii is niiw .1 assun >l that the country will be consulted ives the royal assent, London, 23 —Forged I checks amounting to nearly im ii'i ns of tli'vsp >if the United ss Company, are igated by yard, which believes that a gangoi internatii n 1 now operating on the Con 1 inent has he id quarters in London, London, a |.— The Right l1 n. Sir Wall Francis I le'y I lutchiuson, 1 1 in chief of th ony from to 1 %  %  today. New Vork, 33. Eight nations will have tw n ore representatives in J|the annual international starting from Pai is irdiog to a communication by the] French officiei vi I todav. I. 'indon, 23,—The parl alv committee %  [ 1 he trades union vot 'd tod iy to send 1 1 I --ni %  if 1 pvision to Duhln I he reliftf "f the 1 11 ikei %  theri many ol them with their \ ;MU1 children are on the verge t>l stai v,ii ion. Mexii 0 C —That Fell >; Diaz is on his ay loMe is the re rl current hero. It is jrally believed that he is com vith •inn of the ad%  : • 11 ; %  1 1 purpose of pushing his presidential camp ii Concord, Mew I impshire, 13, — luty of the -• it %  of \ • v I lampshii e to \ irds 11 irry I I is t he subject 1 f exh lustivo ar. %  1 • Felker to. day. \i 1 lie conclusin 1 of 1 he ar. • he gi 'Win u gave counsel until Monday to file supplemenIlrmean lii decision will n >l %  1 %  WANTED. A FRESH PI VING FISH Will pay 6s, fur sa S\NDS. Photographer, Bay street, • STANDA ID (Ml. CO'S I•< >R RENT. I f OViSF. on I it Bay Stre j 1 pre %  l v i'.#i Sturrup I '"ii given 1st, August. .pply to, WAI.I ER K. MOORE OaSO I illC Japeneo 1 )rums tio (ialloos. Deli' I W nl .1. F. Sands on arrival "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. h on I >i livi JDERS. For Sale Cheap ( 1 \I) 11 \\I) MANILLA WIV \PPIN< r ll'l R, in j 10 1 condition. I s. j( ui\'s< IN 113 SANITARY I VSH U'.I.K !'\I\"T TO BE MIXED ill WATER. I l 1 7 I!'. Perfex Enamels \ iRTI iL( >URS in Tin IS,, Star Vacuum Flasks IN I''. 1 SI PINTS w \u rs. • by I BARGAIN At Williams Wholesale and Retail SHOE ESTABLISHMENT W ILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'S placeof business is not a store which conforms strictly to" gular merchandising," but one which is made up ol two d nts, No. i and No. 2. %  j^--^ T^^Yin Y>tm fr>T s w *? ere re f u ar stock is kept and orders for the various lines an iNU X lvcfJcil t> lilt? Ill* duplicated from time to time and sold under the one price system and in ,11 1 ordance v> itli quality* N n O nonanfinAnr is where prices in some i as low as 30 per cenl to 40 per %  *• *+ UK5\J<\.i. ttllcllt cent less than the regular prt< 1 or what they really are worth. In this latti ; ai Imenl pui 1 ightly lermi <1 BARGAINS This question ma\ irii w omc. In what way is this No. 2 Department maintained? The answer is simply this, I In Proprietor buys through m Agent who knows bow, ol Merclia • havi failed in business, al such low prices to warrant tins great t iscountcn regular prices. Hi Iso buys portions of thi of stocks ,ii ,. nd She i in a fire (as was done oif a recent occasion 1 and thi sold at prices be' yond competition. 10 order that thes mel I business may be clearly demonstrated Williams the Shoeman p iallv in, Hay St. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE ft RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT \ P., J.



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Q P > 0) CD 0) O (D 1 Nulllua rvdJltius (viriwc in vcrba mvlslrl. Beirut bound to swear to iho Dogmas of no M.vsler. VOL. X. ,,u, N. I*.. Uahftinai, Friday. Saplem. 1913 No. .'."'. I II. Dl M I II. 1 t i 1 .1. 1 A' %  | thh 1 1 Yearly 1 IN \i>\ • is. II; >mhu>" 1 'y v ill nnian I insert IM I (I t are row in der. \\ ry i iu' i> obii Mi, Cam ino for Ins kind %  tooi :. ibe pub iij • I he Strombu*,' at „l wihhea for our • \\ t lier Mr "i, • %  %  ., %  • i he Win %  M" on question of "Union with I know ihut it created mm li i the Bahamas, I y > •"•• rli in-, at I he inn.' and ""' ,l, ( slighter doubi tint n did uiuchcoo i as I.I advertisement f-i theJColony. Notwithstanding the gi >u being % %  < ry damp, there WBSH L I attend ince nt thi Band Concert last night, I'he programing w i* w?U rendeied.Mie mvouril it" tVi %  '-' ,l "' Medley "Si irs and Strides" I' nian Crate "La M iitrhu he and I ryptifln Patrol \ stroll through i iiro"j the MedUsj being the chief, The Motor "Frances I." l#-ft Mi .mi to-day with '•' patten ami iii ban main, Det lined yesterday l>y storm. I .. here I lorrtiv. in. Hie Mail SI I,I lor N Uighl I rist; Vrmbri I i II. : B, Ciibsxn, Marion K Gibson, I.oui l i, ind Helen M. Kohii son ; Mi ''"'i.ini. Louise Bethel.Ellen E. Faulk ind Mildred E Hall ; R \V. R. Litingstone ; Mr. An I : Locksley HuiiCh V We %  %  .-Bight, n E. H. Du I clii ii I D II II ..n'l a been quite a long while E I've writti n you -\ line, I Mini. I am i heln v. it until I lell yon. I il to tell you that I feel elatt >l %  Numbet of the is' Vou huM mui Ii "we" Baham linsari advertising ,1 ar little home. Do ) U het publishing an extrai t hom Ihe "l)ii.\ Witu *" i letl i that I wrote io tli a papei with rel irto Union w if Ii %  anad i wh it I want to tell you is thisafl iettei had number of letter* from individual* i for det tiled informai i[ the B h i II it, If lb te fl v >i mine con such attention, what would "Mrombus" do ? No o e nl pri knows the] good yout ni >g u %  ng I .-.it us Mi. \sq ih we'll wait and see, o( Vdvi i' ismg Weall can help you tubscril ing and advertising and writing occasion illy for Ihe M ; I let i is |a spli ndid opportu for our intelligent ones 101 i on the Bahamas and othet n etting stories 1 am quite tun il an atiti le is interesting. "It will find %  |g | |g III Vilir littl NO ncE n i ci • i D.V. on Mond REPUDiATI M VWIFI L turetta 1 • t I will not i any debts that PERCY 1 VANS. Nicolls Town, Andn TO BF PUBLISHED \v INI I RES'I ING VND V-XLU KBLE W( IRK EN n I LED %  •I HE I \RI V SETI'I : llll. BAHAMAS." b\ ARNI >LD I. BETHEI CABLEGRAMS Sep i fork, Lin • i 'Ins t no such ri re I i ting piaetic wan I in the cla .i t i 0 • %  ' n K i bi inch I ,1 m, ai c 'ili %  that idon, j I'lii lirman Noel, ,,,, A t Irahame-White "Aerodbus" broke ibe woj Ids record M Hendon /en pasi %  i • 1 34 rmation of t, ni ol th" i Courier, i I >rr*ct, the g< vernment has n the advisability ol obtau tors on the lush home ruh qu lion, Ih rrespondi nl r to


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, September 26, 1913
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Nulllua rvdJltius (viriwc in vcrba mvlslrl.
Beirut bound to swear to iho Dogmas of no M.vsler.
VOL. X.
,,u, N. I*.. Uahftinai, Friday. Saplem. 1913
No. .'."'.
I II. Dl M I II.

1 t i
1 .1.
1 A' | thh 1 1 Yearly 1 IN \i>\

is.
II;
>mhu>" '
1 'y 'v
ill nnian
I insertim
I (I t are row in
der.
\\..... ry i iu' i> obii
Mi, Cam ino for Ins kind
tooi :. ibe pub
iij I he Strombu*,' at
l wihhea for our

\\t lier Mr "-
i, , ., i he Win m" on
question of "Union with I
know ihut it created mm li
i the Bahamas, I y > "
rli in-, at I he inn.' and ""'
,l,(. slighter doubi tint n did
uiuchcoo i as i.i advertisement f-i
theJColony.
Notwithstanding the gi >u
being < ry damp, there wbsh l......I
attend ince nt thi Band Concert
last night,
I'he programing w i* w?U ren-
deied.Mie mvouril it" tVi '-' ,l"'
Medley "Si irs and Strides" I' '
nian Crate "La M iitrhu he and
I ryptifln Patrol \ stroll through
i iiro"j the MedUsj being the
chief,
The Motor "Frances I." l#-ft
Mi .mi to-day with '' patten
ami iii ban main,
Det lined yesterday l>y storm.
I .. here I lor-
rtiv. in.
Hie Mail SI
i,i lor N
Uighl I
rist;
Vrmbri I i
II.
:
B, Ciibsxn, Marion K Gibson,
I.oui l i, ind Helen M.
Kohii son ; Mi ''"'-
i.ini. Louise Bethel.Ellen E. Faulk
ind Mildred E Hall ; R
\V. R. Litingstone ; Mr. An I
: Locksley HuiiCh
V
We '.-- Bight,
n E. H. Du
I clii ii I
D ii
II ..n'l a been quite a long while
e I've writti n you -\ line,'
I Mini. I am
i heln v. it until I lell yon. I
il to tell you that I feel elatt >l
Numbet of the
is' Vou
huM mui Ii "we" Baham linsari
advertising
,1 ar little home. Do ) U
het publishing an extrai t hom
Ihe "l)ii.\ Witu *" i letl i that
I wrote io tli a papei with rel ir-
to Union w if Ii anad i wh it
I want to tell you is thisafl
iettei had
number of letter* from individual*
i for det tiled informa-
i......i[ the B h i ii it, If lb te fl' v
. >i mine con
such attention, what would
"Mrombus" do ? No o e nl pri
knows the] good yout ni >g u......'
ng I .-.it us Mi. \sq ih
we'll wait and see,
o( Vdvi i' ismg
Weall can help you
tubscril ing and advertising and
writing occasion illy for Ihe M ;
I let i is |a spli ndid opportu
for our intelligent ones 101 i
on the Bahamas and othet n
etting stories 1 am quite tun il an
atiti le is interesting. "It will find
|g | |g III Vilir
littl
no ncE n i ci
i D.V. on Mond
REPUDiATI
MVWIFI L turetta 1
t I will not
i any debts that
PERCY 1 VANS.
Nicolls Town, Andn
TO BF PUBLISHED
\v INI I RES'I ING VND
V-XLU KBLE W( IRK EN n I LED
I HE I \RI V SETI'I :
llll. BAHAMAS."
b\
ARNI >LD I. BETHEI .
CABLEGRAMS
Sep i
fork, Lin i 'Ins
t no such
ri re I i ting
piaetic wan I in the cla
.i t i 0 'nK
i bi inch
I
,1 m, ai c 'ili that
idon, j I'lii lirman Noel,
,,,, a t Irahame-White "Aerodbus"
broke ibe woj Ids record M Hendon
/en pas-
i

i 134
rmation
of t,
ni ol th" i Cou-
rier, i I >rr*ct,
the g< vernment has n the
advisability ol obtau
tors on the lush
home ruh qu lion,
Ih.....rrespondi nl r to


i H J
n i !
My what form the nppi al i<> the
electors will take, but h(
that ii is niiw .1 assun >l
that the country will be consulted
ives the royal
assent,
London, 23 Forged I
checks amounting to nearly
im ii'i ns of tli'vsp >if the Uni-
ted ss Company, are
igated by
yard, which believes that a gangoi
internatii n 1 now operat-
ing on the Con 1 inent has he id
quarters in London,
London, a |. The Right l1 n.
Sir Wall Francis I le'y I lutchiu-
son, 1 1 in
chief of th ony from
to 1 today.
New Vork, 33. Eight nations
will have tw..... n ore representa-
tives in J|the annual international
starting from Pai is
irdiog to a com-
munication by the] French offici-
ei vi I todav.
I.'indon, 23,The parl
alv committee '[ 1 he trades union
vot 'd tod iy to send 1
1 I --ni if 1 pvision to Duhln
I he reliftf "f the 111 ikei . theri
many ol them with their \
;mu1 children are on the verge t>l
stai v,ii ion.
Mexii 0 C That
Fell >; Diaz is on his ay loMe
is the re rl current hero. It is
jrally believed that he is com -
vith inn of the ad-
: 11 ; 1 1 purpose of
pushing his presidential camp ii
' Concord, Mew I impshire, 13,
luty of the - it of \ v
I lampshii e to \ irds 11 irry I I
' is t he subject 1 f exh lustivo ar-
. , 1 Felker to.
day. \i 1 lie conclusin 1 of 1 he ar.
he gi 'Win u gave counsel
until Monday to file supplemen-
Ilr- mean lii decision will n >l
1
WANTED.
AFRESH PI VING FISH
Will pay 6s, fur sa
S\NDS.
Photographer,
Bay street,
STANDA ID (Ml. CO'S
I< >R RENT.
If OViSF. on I it Bay Stre j
1 pre l v i'.#i'.
Sturrup I '"ii given 1st,
August.
.pply to,
WAI.I ER K. MOORE
OaSO I illC Japeneo
1 )rums tio (ialloos.
Deli' I W nl .1. F. Sands
on arrival "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
h on I >i livi
. jDers.
For Sale Cheap
( 1 \I) 11 \\I) MANILLA
WIV \PPIN< r ll'l R, in j 10 1
condition.
I s. j( ui\'s< in
113
SANITARY I VSH U'.I.K
!'\I\"T
TO BE MIXED ill WATER.
I
l 1
7 I!'. !
Perfex Enamels
\ iRTI iL( >URS
in Tin
IS,, !
Star Vacuum Flasks
IN I''. 1 SI
pints w \u rs.
by
I
BARGAIN
At Williams Wholesale and Retail
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
WILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'S placeof business is not a store which conforms strictly to"
gular merchandising," but one which is made up ol two d nts, No. i and No. 2.
j^--^ T^^Yin Y>tm fr>T 's w*?ere ref u'ar stock is kept and orders for the various lines an
iNU X lvcfJcil t> lilt? Ill* duplicated from time to time and sold under the one price system
and in ,111 ordance v> itli quality*
Nn O nonanfinAnr is where prices in some i as low as 30 per cenl to 40 per
** *+ UK5\J<\.i. ttllcllt cent less than the regular prt< 1 or what they really are worth.
In this latti ; ai Imenl pui 1 ightly lermi <1
BARGAINS
This question ma\ irii w omc. In what way is this No. 2 Department maintained? The answer is simply
this, I In Proprietor buys through m Agent who knows bow, ol Merclia havi failed in business, al such low prices
to warrant tins great t iscountcn regular prices. Hi Iso buys portions of thi of stocks
,ii ,. nd She i in a fire (as was done oif a recent occasion 1 and thi sold at prices be'
yond competition.
10 order that thes mel I business may be clearly demonstrated Williams the Shoeman p iallv in-
, Hay St.
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE ft RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
\ P.,
J.


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