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rPCoppitioirrc li.'iii.,' impressed on the Mexican authorities with a View to insuring free choice. Oueenstown, 27.-The Olympic 1"-diy followed Hie example of the bi K Cunard steamship* and shunned Queenstown harbour, where she had been heretofore accustomed to anchor. It is therefore assumed that the While Star Company has concurred in the Cunard Line s boycott of the port. Two hundred passenr/ets and 100 sacks of mail were senl out on tenders to the Olympic. New York, 27.—There will be no Boycott" or Qoeenstnwn by the \\ hue Star Line, it was stated hereto night by \V. \\. Jeffries, passenger manager of the company I he failure of the Olympic to call the harbour was due to weather i conditions off the Irish Mast. London, a/—The Albanian I infantry continues its victorious I march. The Servians are making' desperate efforts to reinforce Monastic In spite of confidence expres sed at Belgrade the Servians pro. bablyhave a long campaign before them. Concord, \. H, 27 —Counsel'for Harry Thaw received formal assurance from Governor Felker today hatthe would give their request for an extension to October dtli offthe time for filing briefs in the extradition proceedings, STANDARD Oil. c6 T S~ Gasoline Drums no Galloas. Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands on arrival "Franco E." Only Five Drums each week. GALL. Give Sunlight Soap A TRIAL. No argument in favour of Sunlight Soap is more con vincing (ban a trial of the Soap itself. Sunlight Soap is made to help, and docs help. It makes haul word easy, saves rubbing and scrubbing,—and does the work easily and well. Sunlight Soap is a good worker and wi|] save you money, labour. ami clothes. TRY IT I.F.VF.K IIKOT'IKKS I IMITI-.I). PORT SUNLIGHT IM.IAM) W li would iform all who appr |r %  1 i< I Smoke that we n-- have on h.nd an extensive Stock "f 11 \V \\ \ CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatrr Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. 1 1 "' are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen anil iirer.t pains are taken to produce an nrtii '• %  of superior qu tlity. The success We have met with in the past leads us ronfJHentlytriexpect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. L. SAL'NDERS A Co. I' %  1 \ Street. WMJ ne .urums ea 22cts. Cash on Delivery. C. C. SAL'NDERS. September 33, 1913. FOR RENT. H OUSE on F.ast Rty Street, at present occupied by H, P. Sturrup Esq. possession givi n ist. August. %  pply to, WALTER K. MOORE. BARBER'S NOTICE T HE undersigned desires to inform Ilia former patrons, as well as the public, th.t he is Vprepared to wait upon them at heir homes, nSires,and stores, and their barbering. Patronage ec-tfullv solicited. Phone 80 B. II. ROBERTS, Sept. 15, 1913. Barber. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Just Received: W ILLIAMS I I IFSHOEMAN II is just added to Ins already lare supply in the line. English and American I runks, English ami American Dress Suit Cases (some of which arc made of compresa. 6br< Kit Bags, Satchels, Attaches, and Soiled I.men Baga hi Prices more interesting than ever. Persons on the eve of travelling will rjti well (0 visit this I),-, partment and make a selection now. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAII DEPARTMENT. 2 /7. 379 Bay-street, Nassau, Nl. P. FOR SALE I Ol SI', ami Lot on West St. I I for p irhculari apply to M. I'.. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W. Ij2 St. New Yuri; Ctlv. NOTICE H A \ ING been appointed AGEN1 for MAPRSPINKAI'PI.L FERTILIZER in the Bali imas I am able to supplj custom. r ith s.une at m inulaciuieis price winch is $44 per ton of S ban j >, p er 1 ur ,.| ,,( 250 lbs. F. 0. B. New York. This Fertilizei can also be obtained through any commission. House in New York, or direct from Manufacturers at the same price. I shall be glad to take any one desiiiousof seeing the results ob, nined from the use of this Fertiliser to my cultivations in Nassau which must convime anyone that Mtlpes I ''eitili/er is 1 be kind bell smied to our sod for the growing of pineapplaa. WALTER K'. MOORE. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypr (Shingles al $9.60 pet thou sand of 20 bundh 1 Discounts on lots of over 50CXJ shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—als< 5in. Cypress al $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible) by a very] large purchase. Fresh -tuck arriving every i'k. C. C. SAUNDERS. u, N. P.. Sept. : b, |g|j. THr: WORLDS JUDGMENT| raaki pov 1 rful the name STANDARD ENGINE. lit*. n -i %  ". %  Lloyd's Register shows this the power ol the majority] Ba< k of the Stan 1 guarantee is the Standard Motor Construction Co., 171 Pine St., Jersi j City, X. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Xass.ni, X. P. Agenl foi ihe Bahamai 3^ W. A. MATHER l NDERTVIKER D ESIRES to inform hisfriem Slid the Public that he hi just received a complete outfit ., facilities for the business of an ur| dertaker, which placet him in position to carry out Funerals thai may lie entrusted to his care witf system nnd despatch ; and raspc fully solicits their patronag G-, my Prices first and prove that thej are the very lowest for first clas> work. a.



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%  MM 16 3sq2 0) 1 7) 0) 03 ^ Nulllus *.ddlctus Jurare In verb* m,'Ktri Being bound to .wevr to the Dogmtys >f no Master. i VOL. X. — Na.sau. N. P.. Ba.hn.maws, Nond l-KON 6 H pup| ( |f '•inrok .-,,. Pii..pi'i,,i, OfclfCR ,| MAItKKT STUKKT J N. I'., I.IIMVK ••V, Se — %  ^^fr" 1913 No. 258 I'KHI.HIII.I. l< \\ .\ M.unuy, V i l i m d y and I'II .,% .*. %  •' I ... w. I uei lay rhurtday and Saterriay. MnyH Pcipv ... .. ,,| Week I v ... .irf Mt.nfl.lv ".'i, 4 .| 9'iarterlv s HalfYe af lv YeailV • --'-^ ... |6i i'AYAM.R IN* MIVAWI A.lvi i living Rat. for lir> in-erti 9 • -MX pi-nca per line n il.f,-r | cnee |*r Jmc '•>rwT"i, ( | in-^itiim. .im! .iin.|.|iiivper"** 4 f line f"i subsemienf msi-iti AilveiliscmeuU uMec eicht lines .,*. will b The meeting \vill'|l> held ,T U-. ual at the Citv Hall .t Tll — daV PVPtilllg. DIP subject to be considered is "The Importance f.f Obedience." "GO\Tk\\IK\| NOTICES" \ Si itiee to Mariners it publishnl relating to GoMing Cay Amir.>-i II ird. The appointment of Mr. A. J. Harrington as a Tidewaii.r, is ccnfnni" (I. Mcsis Claudius Farguharson j-nd .'. I i. Maura have hern apfKitnte't ucmheis of the I'niHrd of Commissioners of Public Works and of (ho Lncaj Board of Health for the District of Crooked Island. Fames Forbes 1ms been appointed a Marriage Officer, at Devils Point San S.iIvador. INTERINSUI AR Mails Mail Schooner "Columbia" In; per for Inagua, I ong Caj?, Ack'iiiIsland, Rlim Cay, Clarence Town, Lotlgj bland, I lie Bight, Arthurs I own, San Salvador will be closed on Tlnusday 2nd October 1013 at I i o'clock a. in. J* IN IHE MAGISTRATES COURT September. 15—Leonora Rowe and F.lsaida Nurse — FiRhting in Street — Each tOJ. or 7 days. Thomas Taylor—Profane and Indecent language in Street—io s.l or 8 days, Samuel Rahtning—Impeding Constable Morrison in execution of his duly — 5s. or 6 days. "* Thomas Fulford — Found drunk u. st ree t 5s. or 4 days. Win. liullard— Oi*c Margaret Thursloii unlawfully did wound— 30s. or i 1111 nth. [6 -Mitchell Adclerley—Drunk and using profane and indecent language in strpet-i2s. or ic days, Ernest IVttt -Assaulting and Heating Ethel Piniard -i:.s. or 8 days. Albertha Finbivson —Using indecent lancuatv. in sitfhtand hear. ing of persona in street—10s. or 8 days. Benjamin Smith—Assaulting and beating Thomas W, Roberts— 12s. or 14 days. Nellie Cox and Frederick I Orsyth -Assaulting and beating Ofte Alex Marshall -Dismissed. 17-Wm. liullard— One I heophilus Thurston feloniously and urlawfully did wound with intent thereinthen felo n.iiri i,l } mnA wil — 'uTl'y to do grievous bodily harm to the saidTheophilus Thuratejry Htm for trial at the next Session of the Supreme Court] Geo\ Andeisnit,—I, Drunk in street —Dismissed. II, I.oud shouting nn sameoccasum — 8s. or 7 flavJane Den—Assaulting and beating Lolita Wtfliams—50s. or 2 months. John Richardson—Assaulting and beating Eliza Fvans—One month imprisonment. |8—Percy Coakley — Larceny of 5 SCArf pins value 2s. Gd. goods and chattels of Cecilia Johnson—2 months, James Fine—Using threats of personal violence towards Julia Saunders from which she fears bodily injury at his bandsPound in his own recognicance in £"5 to keep the peace for 6 months. Hilton Williams—Illtreating a horse by working same in a Cnb in an unfit condition from a sore back 8s or 7 days. J. H. Curry -Causing said horse to be worked in such condition — ios. Emily Pinder—Assaulting and ..beatftj: fs|elle Johnson -1.vs. or 10 days. .f.per chamber of the (intun I o tics/ London, 27. —French airman Pegoud gave London an exhibition of his aerial somersaults at tne lendon Aerodrome this afternoon. Pegoud's remarkable trfadkuv began when hst\af'%iidLe height of 1200 fassewietelie'til his aeroplane so that it was at r tsT*lt n ff l# **" '' le earth. He. did several dives with the nose of his in tchfina/dpwnward for xoo feet before he ie;,iiued his equilibrium. •-OTKlofi,^-/.—Ihe Standard Jfca'] long editor/Til^ today hintsthat English capital, represented by Pearson and Son, will give Columbia a chance to revenge herself against Panama by constructing an ocean to ocean canal by way of the Atrato and Cupica Rivers. "What", says the Standard, "Is to prevent Columbia, if it has sufficient support from foreign capitalists, from making this canal iiself and therefore setting up a formidable rival to the enterprise which is now rapidly approaching completion?". Washington, 27.-President Wil son took the position today that the policy of moral suasion adopt ed by the United States towards Mexico had accomplished its two cardinal purposes, to obtain assu rarces that there would be a constitutional election and that I luerta would not be a candidate.; Likelihood tint foreign governments will await the judgment ol the United States before extcklmj D£S:


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Publication Date: Monday, September 29, 1913
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Nulllus *.ddlctus Jurare In verb* m,'Ktri
Being bound to .wevr to the Dogmtys >f no Master.
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VOL. X.



Na.sau. N. P.. Ba.hn.maws, Nond
l-KON 6 H pup| ( |f
'inrok .-,,. Pii..pi'i,,i,
OfclfCR ,| MAItKKT STUKKT
J N. I'., I.IIMVK .
V, Se

^^fr"
1913
No. 258
I'KHI.HIII.I. l< \\
.\ .
M.unuy, Vilimdy and I'ii .,%
.*. ' I ... w.
I uei lay rhurtday and Saterriay.
MnyH Pcipv ... .. ,,|
Week I v ... .irf
Mt.nfl.lv ".'i,4.|
9'iarterlv .........s.
HalfYeaflv
YeailV --'-^ ... |6i
i'AYAM.R IN* MIVAWI .
A.lvi i living Rat.
for lir>- in-erti
9 -mx pi-nca per line
n il.f,-r | cnee |*r Jmc
'>rwT"i,(| in-^itiim. .im! .iin.|.|iiivper"**4f
line f"i subsemienf msi-iti.....
AilveiliscmeuU uMec eicht lines .,*.
will b
The meeting \vill'|l> held ,t u-.
ual at the Citv Hall .t -
Tll daV PVPtilllg. Dip subject to
be considered is "The Importance
f.f Obedience."
"GO\Tk\\IK\| NOTICES"
\ Siitiee to Mariners it publish-
nl relating to GoMing Cay
Amir.>-i II ird.
The appointment of Mr. A. J.
Harrington as a Tidewaii.r, is
ccnfnni" (I.
Mcsis Claudius Farguharson j-nd
.'. I i. Maura have hern apfKitnte't
ucmheis of the I'niHrd of Commis-
sioners of Public Works and of (ho
Lncaj Board of Health for the Dis-
trict of Crooked Island.
Fames Forbes 1ms been appointed
a Marriage Officer, at Devils Point
San S.iIvador.
INTERINSUI AR Mails
Mail Schooner "Columbia"
In;
per
for
Inagua, I ong Caj?, Ack'iii- Island,
Rlim Cay, Clarence Town, Lotlgj
bland, I lie Bight, Arthurs I own,
San Salvador will be closed on
Tlnusday 2nd October 1013 at I i
o'clock a. in.
J*
IN IHE
MAGISTRATES COURT
September.
15Leonora Rowe and F.lsaida
Nurse FiRhting in Street Each
tOJ. or 7 days.
Thomas TaylorProfane and
Indecent language in Streetio s.l
or 8 days,
Samuel RahtningImpeding
Constable Morrison in execution
of his duly 5s. or 6 days. "*
Thomas Fulford Found drunk
u. street 5s. or 4 days.
Win. liullardOi*c Margaret
Thursloii unlawfully did wound
30s. or i 1111 nth.
[6 -Mitchell AdclerleyDrunk
and using profane and indecent
language in strpet-i2s. or ic days,
Ernest IVttt -Assaulting and
Heating Ethel Piniard -i:.s. or 8
days.
Albertha Finbivson Using in-
decent lancuatv. in sitfhtand hear.
ing of persona in street10s. or 8
days.
Benjamin SmithAssaulting
and beating Thomas W, Roberts
12s. or 14 days.
Nellie Cox and Frederick
I Orsyth -Assaulting and beating
Ofte Alex Marshall -Dismissed.
17-Wm. liullardOne I heo-
philus Thurston feloniously and
urlawfully did wound with intent
therein- then felon.iirii,l} mnA wil
'uTl'y to do grievous bodily harm to
the saidTheophilus Thuratejry Htm
for trial at the next Session of the
Supreme Court]
Geo\ Andeisnit,I, Drunk in
street Dismissed.
II, I.oud shouting nn sameocca-
sum 8s. or 7 flav-
Jane DenAssaulting and
beating Lolita Wtfliams50s. or
2 months.
John RichardsonAssaulting
and beating Eliza FvansOne
month imprisonment.
|8Percy Coakley Larceny of
5 SCArf pins value 2s. Gd. goods
and chattels of Cecilia Johnson2
months,
James FineUsing threats of
personal violence towards Julia
Saunders from which she fears
bodily injury at his bands- Pound
in his own recognicance in "5 to
keep the peace for 6 months.
Hilton WilliamsIlltreating a
horse by working same in a Cnb
in an unfit condition from a sore
back 8s or 7 days.
J. H. Curry -Causing said horse
to be worked in such condition
ios.
Emily PinderAssaulting and
..beatftj: fs|elle Johnson -1.vs. or
10 days.
.f. son+-Kifrn$ng in streetEach 5s,
or 1 .lavs.
id-^Roblrt Middlcton Profane
landuaye id streetios. or 8 days.
26 -Melvjn Perpall IVre.i, h
Sue. t Traffic Rale3s. or 4 days.
Ch is ffi rnandez -Breach Health
Amendment Act 1912 Dismissed.

CABLEGRAMS
September 29th 1913
The admission of
lust time into the
s of the canal was begun to-
day in the. iy>per chamber of the
(intun I o tics/
London, 27. French airman
Pegoud gave London an exhibition
of his aerial somersaults at tne
! lendon Aerodrome this afternoon.
Pegoud's remarkable trfadkuv
began when hst\af'%iidLe
height of 1200 fassewietelie'til
his aeroplane so that it was at
rtsT*lt *nffl#**" ''le earth. He. did
several dives with the nose of his
in tchfina/dpwnward for xoo feet
before he ie;,iiued his equilibrium.
-OTKlofi,^-/.Ihe Standard Jfca']
long editor/Til^ today hints- that
English capital, represented by
Pearson and Son, will give Colum-
bia a chance to revenge herself
against Panama by constructing
an ocean to ocean canal by way of
the Atrato and Cupica Rivers.
"What", says the Standard, "Is
to prevent Columbia, if it has
sufficient support from foreign
capitalists, from making this canal
iiself and therefore setting up a
formidable rival to the enterprise
which is now rapidly approaching
completion?".
Washington, 27.-President Wil
son took the position today that
the policy of moral suasion adopt
ed by the United States towards
Mexico had accomplished its two
cardinal purposes, to obtain assu
rarces that there would be a con-
stitutional election and that
I luerta would not be a candidate.;
Likelihood tint foreign govern-
ments will await the judgment ol
the United States before extcklmj
ds:


rPCoppitioirrc li.'iii.,' impressed on
the Mexican authorities with a
View to insuring free choice.
Oueenstown, 27.-The Olympic
1"-diy followed Hie example of
the biK Cunard steamship* and
shunned Queenstown harbour,
where she had been heretofore ac-
customed to anchor. It is therefore
assumed that the While Star Com-
pany has concurred in the Cunard
Line s boycott of the port.
Two hundred passenr/ets and
100 sacks of mail were senl out on
tenders to the Olympic.
New York, 27.There will be
no Boycott" or Qoeenstnwn by
the \\ hue Star Line, it was stated
hereto night by \V. \\. Jeffries,
passenger manager of the company
I he failure of the Olympic to call
the harbour was due to weather i
conditions off the Irish Mast.
London, a/The Albanian I
infantry continues its victorious I
march. The Servians are making'
desperate efforts to reinforce Mon-
astic In spite of confidence expres
sed at Belgrade the Servians pro.
bablyhave a long campaign before
them.
Concord, \. H, 27 Counsel'for
Harry Thaw received formal assur-
ance from Governor Felker today
hatthe would give their request for
an extension to October dtli offthe
time for filing briefs in the extra-
dition proceedings,
STANDARD Oil. c6TS~
Gasoline
Drums no Galloas.
Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands
on arrival "Franco E."
Only Five Drums each week.
GALL.
Give Sunlight Soap
A TRIAL.
No argument in favour of
Sunlight Soap is more con
vincing (ban a trial of the
Soap itself. Sunlight Soap
is made to help, and docs
help. It makes haul word
easy, saves rubbing
and scrubbing,and
does the work
easily and well.
Sunlight Soap is
a good worker
and wi|] save you
money, labour.
ami clothes.
TRY IT
I.F.VF.K IIKOT'IKKS I IMITI-.I).
PORT SUNLIGHT IM.IAM)
Wli would iform all who appr.....|r 1 i< I Smoke that we n--
have on h.nd an extensive Stock "f 11 \V \\ \ CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatrr
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
11"' are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
anil iirer.t pains are taken to produce an nrtii ' of superior qu tlity.
The success We have met with in the past leads us ronfJHentlytriexpect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L. SAL'NDERS A Co.
I'. 1 \ Street.
wmj ne .urums ea
22cts.
Cash on Delivery.
C. C. SAL'NDERS.
September 33, 1913.
FOR RENT.
HOUSE on F.ast Rty Street, at
present occupied by H, P.
Sturrup Esq. possession givi n ist.
August.
pply to,
WALTER K. MOORE.
BARBER'S NOTICE
THE undersigned desires to in-
form Ilia former patrons,
as well as the public, th.t he is
Vprepared to wait upon them at
heir homes, nSires,and stores, and
their barbering. Patronage
ec-tfullv solicited. Phone 80
B. II. ROBERTS,
Sept. 15, 1913.
Barber.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Just Received:
WILLIAMS
I I IF- SHOEMAN
II is just added to Ins already
lare supply in the line.
English and Ame-
rican I runks, Eng-
lish ami American
Dress Suit Cases
(some of which arc
made of compresa.
6br<
Kit Bags, Satchels, Attaches,
and Soiled I.men Baga hi
Prices more interesting than
ever.
Persons on the eve of
travelling will rjti
well (0 visit this I),-,
partment and make
a selection now.
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE AND RETAII
DEPARTMENT.
2/7. 379 Bay-street,
Nassau, Nl. P.

FOR SALE
I Ol SI', ami Lot on West St.
I I for p irhculari apply to M.
I'.. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 W.
Ij2 St. New Yuri; Ctlv.
NOTICE
HA \ ING been appointed
AGEN1 for MAPRSPINK-
AI'PI.L FERTILIZER in
the Bali imas I am able to supplj
custom. r ith s.une at m inu-
laciuieis price winch is $44 per ton
of S ban j >, per 1 ,ur,.| ,,(
250 lbs. F. 0. B. New York.
This Fertilizei can also be ob-
tained through any commission.
House in New York, or direct from
Manufacturers at the same price.
I shall be glad to take any one
desiiiousof seeing the results ob,
nined from the use of this Ferti-
liser to my cultivations in Nassau
which must convime anyone that
Mtlpes I''eitili/er is 1 be kind bell
smied to our sod for the growing
of pineapplaa.
WALTER K'. MOORE.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypr
(Shingles al $9.60 pet thou
sand of 20 bundh 1
Discounts on lots of over
50CXJ shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesals<
5in. Cypress al $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible) by a very]
large purchase.
Fresh -tuck arriving every
i'k.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
u, N. P..
Sept. :b, |g|j.
THr: worlds JUDGMENT|
raaki pov 1 rful the name
STANDARD ENGINE.
lit*.
n
-i . ". '
Lloyd's Register shows this
the power ol the majority]
Ba< k of the Stan 1
guarantee is the Stan-
dard Motor Construc-
tion Co., 171 Pine St.,
Jersi j City, X. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Xass.ni, X. P.
Agenl foi ihe Bahamai

3^
W. a. MATHER
l NDERTVIKER
DESIRES to inform hisfriem
Slid the Public that he hi
just received a complete outfit .,
facilities for the business of an ur|
dertaker, which placet him in
position to carry out Funerals thai
may lie entrusted to his care witf
system nnd despatch ; and raspc
fully solicits their patronag G-,
my Prices first and prove that thej
are the very lowest for first clas>
work.

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