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I ons l.y Hyinc; the 124.28 miles in the re .M] time of 59 minutes 4"? 3/4 ' % %  ng to 1 < 11 ! %  r 1 • m whether tin 1 w 1any 1 rutli in the report of Ins i> situation. Lord Al vers'inm tn.ih^iii telegraphed "No commu nication or information can be liven." Baltirrtore, 1.— I'lie British freight steamer Tem|>lemore, iMal timore for Liverpool, September 27th, was on fire late last night in lattitude 29.27, north, Longitude 65.26 West. She sent out a call for immediate assistance and at 1:51 A.M todiv the steamer Arcadia, from Hamburg, picked up her ciew an I is pro. ceding to Haitimore. Washington, 1.—The \nencn legat on at Pcktn cabled]tlie state department today that tile govern merit and opposition parlies which have been deadlocked for a long time over the question nl the presidential BU cession have practically agreed t" the. immediate election of a president without awaiting the adoption of a new constitution. Madras. Negroe, Mexico, 1 — Teirorhas gn'|iped the city, the captain 'd tin' c Mistiiu ionnlists, will) ill'victorious imriliMard march ol the fe l-'ials an I the ar1 ival ol in 1 n 11 r 11 of 1. fn iees -\me. rican re-1 lents joined the ixodns today Sad hun beds of persons crossed the international bridge into Eagle I'.i-s this afternoon, Southampton, 1. -The cliurcii today has three subjects of absorb ing interest to cons 1 ler and solve, the sexes, the iace o id social order" I his w is the announcement make today at theopeningof the annual Church of England nss by 1 Is president, the Rigl Rev, Edward Stunt Talbot, Bishop of Winchester. In conclusion liis'inp Talhol denounced I ins a 1 fai naments with its colmsal ml intolerable burdens %  i 1 it emotional selfishness nil it-, contempt for th'1-.e heaven \< iples wh ch should draw CIHI 1 n nations into the common ol worldwide liberty. \v\.\ 1 I:D. A COMI'I .1 KKI.l Mil. I'. CHAl'l I'l'.l R Apply bj letter, L'Hces and salary 1 < '| ni' I 1". Ball tm is Plant -1 Co. Ltd. IMPERIAl THEATR.E Friday, Oct. 3. Siegfried in 3 Reels DONIT MISS I II CHANCE OF SEEING THIS. Animated Weekly. J Passing Events. Paris Fashions I BIG NIGHT. 6d. od. s. For 3 Days Only THUUShW FRIDAY SA'll.ivHAV. An Embroidery Sale BIG BARGAINS AU BON MARCHE CEORGli RI I.I". 1 u s\i.r H OI SE and I esl SI. for part 'ill pplv t" M. E. Dean or M 135 \Y. 113 St. New Yorl BARCAINS ACAIN! At Williams Wholesale and Retail SHOE ESTABLISHMENT W ILLIAMS THE gular merchandising," SHOEMAN'S place of business is n >I ,1 store which conforms to "rebut onu which is tnado up of two dep, rlments, No. 1 and No. 2. T^_1 T^oviCi Y*+ rvi AMf is where regular -i kept and orders for the v; lines are duplicated from 1 to time and sold under the on i system and in accordance wiili quality N <% O T"> ck y\ -i i- f -v- o m i^ is where pri 1 ome cases are as low as 30 per cent topper **• "^P*** imeill cent less than the regular prices or what they really are worth. In this latter department purchase! an rightly termed BARGAINS This question may arise with some. In what way is this No. a Department maintained? The answer is simply this 1 lie I'n'i TII tor uys through an Agent who knows how, <>f Men hauls who have fuilsd in business, at SUCH low prio B as i" warrant tins great discount on regular prices. Hi also buys portions' of the salvage of storks ol Hoots and Shoo 1h.1t have been in a lire (as was done on a receni occasion) and these are sold at prices bev< mil 1 ompetition. In order that these m thods of business may be dearly demonstrated Williams theShoeman specially invites inpatrons and lh< public gent rally to call and see among others tne following* Bargains : he is jusi iii receipt ol pei las! i 160 p.urs wo's. white Canvas Bow Pumps, Regular price 8s. now being sold at .(-.. 135 pairs wo's. (irey Sulde Button Ox. lies 10*. now being sold at 'is. 75 pairs wo's Pat. colt a strap Kppers Regular Price 12s. now being sold at 8s. 125 pairs Men Ian Call Button Ox Ties lbs. >nl 1 s. now being sold 250 pairs 1 Canvas Lea, sole Ox. Ties 6s. now being sold at 4s. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277-279 Bay St. Nass.m, \. P., H



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* CD ^ (X) CD or a CD CD TiNullivis adJirttis i MI. VM in verba ,.,,, ,. Being bound to swear to the Dogmas >f no Master VOL. \. NassRvi. N. P., Bahamas. Frldvy. O-Ubsr V 1 >| > No. 262 i I')\ | H, DL'I i (II. Ii I r R .vi I' OKU I ,, M \I.KI r STRRRT n N I'., I i I %  i'. 11 PUBLISHED I)\ll \ M : n, '. ed I %  v 1 I.I. 1 1 lllll• If 1 .,11\ III •V leklv ... 4 ,d I V| o H .' ... Hall V.. >rh V'-,i' \ %  I I \ ILI l\ MM \M I J A'luii Ral line l"i fi ertton i three i line '•'I % % %  ill %  .i rum |..T iii • iiir'ii intertjom \ it* innler "i -i I I ini-v j*, I In 1 H*i i on '' I '*' ni^lii Wan :•" by ;i i.u %  !• i i iw.l. \ %  .: %  ">•! programme was well %  favoui iti' items lining I he I) irkies Inbilei" I forth long mi! •. %  "%  ', .mil the Cake Walk "Uncle Silas" whi li was rendi ie I '•' % %  < %  imu [ by the .ii uii l he ill mutt crs. I he Motor "Fran ej B" an ive l Ihia afternoon from Mi imi w ith Ice, Gasolene and shingle 17 I "' i |s and the follow ing p is ngers; Mrsdamrs Olive Moss and lian 1 fVtafteld? Messrs J|in Smith Allred I)ev-Hti\ ami Wm, C. M. Allnirv. (5) f The Sclir. "Winifred M" arrived tliis afternoon from Miami with it c*rgn 1 if lumber ami khinglea ami Infollowing passengers: Mis-, lllanche Kno lei : Mis Emily Smith and child; Messrs, Tliaddeua Knowles, Evered Know les, Ei nesi Taylor, I'ml 'I aylor, Gil riel Clerk, Cecil Tinker, \lfred I '. idi I ink Ruther. f.nil ami V\ '., |. r I'.• 111.• I ; M nder Willin %  ill l*li "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" \ proclnm it ion th it the King li is not oil illnwrd I he Electrical Art 1 ,i { aid th it it will come into operation an the 15th inn ii publislied. linn. W. R. linn', Receiver 1 neral and 1'reasuiei lias been inted leive nf absence to the mil Man h 1014 1 ) 1. Mel lonald Esq., has been ited I n days leave of absence m the (ili nil. Mr. 11 C, Christie li a resumed Ins duties .11 to the Marine Pioduct* Hoard. I eni lei n re invited I'o repair •m I improve Ilia m id in Union S reel South between Shirley Street an, I the Queens Stain l\ I HE MAGI.31 iv'AI ES COURT Sept. 12 s,mil. Raker—Larceny of 1 'MI gar cane v due 3d. and 1 hunch bananas vnlue is 3d growing on land "I .1 is. A. Wallace situate HI li 1 in I own6 months. Leiitia Kn \ Ie 1, I leni 1 Kn iwles •••nil (.leu, Anderson—Qjarrelling in Si reel Hi %  K 1 >w 8s. < a< li or 7 daj Vi ih 1 -111 ii smissed with a cau1 ion, I'.niilv I' ill in, and M e< Patton l "ii I si i ng and fighting in sight mid hearing <>f persons in Sum ilandi Villag I .1 fined 5*. or 4 davs Roger Young, anil Reginald Perpall — Making a fire contigu 1 11 to buildings—0 id inlheir own rnii inces in £$ each to en ne up foi Ri lit -n %  n lien calleil up in, 23—Ron..I.I Smith -llltreating horse-£2 or I mi ri'h. <' %  < % %  .. Milton — riltreaiinga horse -l'-s. or 10 days, Daniel Williams—Using language leidiug in a breach nf ihe pear.; at Adelaide Village—tos. 01 ? d iys. 25Bradford |ohnson—Carrying about his prrson a deailly weapon lo wit a razor 8 strokes, W II i; Johnson—Lnrceny of 3 fowls value 6 g I. goods and Itelsol Matilda Ann Saiiili lands 3 I M ,,II hi Wilfre I Fine, and Clarence Morrison—Found in ilmpof Ei R C. Russell without I iwful ex' %  use —10 strokes each with tainnrind rod. Naaman Pratt—Breach Board Works Rules—Cautioned. Percy McQueen—Breach Street Tram Rulss -5s. or 6 days. I lenry Colebro >k h Street li.iflic Rules—4s. or 5 days. Jas. Huyler, Mian Mi Agnea I luyler— \s, ml ing beating Clarence Poitier, and Julia Poitier Dismissed, N'I.in V P. %  '' '•;''. 1 Editoi In' Sir: i an you infi irm me when will the expert arrive who is to examin'and rep Ht on lh • h 11 li ii is it that -.mi e the miiney h is ln'iMi vote I nothing further It is turned up ? I fear sir, l lift I OIK pe pie in authority are too slow in %  ny matter th 11 lends for the beiin ing of these isles, Su :h an i n portant matter should not be allowed to be dormant, especially now that the Panama 1 .anal is shortly to be opened, If our legislators were m ire business belter results would be ai hieved. It seems to me th it the nami the pi ice 1accepted as a mol ti 1 "N isau Not Particular." I h sir these few w 1 U m ly ht the means of arousing our sleeping re p tsentntivai la n sense of their du y. If tins is ,1 p igress it has not vet reached us ; I'lui]u "SI ion of il "[i 'inn',' our h ub iur h IS he in dis :u ae I m i a th in H qu irter uf a century and I am posi live the Millenial Dawn will come an I find it Still raging. If this was B .11 ittei to crush the p ior, it would have been accomplished ye 1 rs ag >. 1 Hi ye I io I of powei how Iraig will ye continue i" grope in idleness, awake, nwake, from your slumberlftg and l-t n> ha ve something. Tom 1 AC rOR I l UN l\\l The expert is expected here in imber— [Ed. CABLEGRAMS London, i.— The Righl II i .1 inn's Bryce will lie a vice pre •Iit ol the \ 1: > \m nn Exp %  sition 10 b • held in I.on I m nexi year. Rlieims, i.—Maurice Prevost t >• da) won for France the international aeroplane cup, open to all nati>


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Publication Date: Friday, October 03, 1913
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Nullivis adJirttis i mi. vm in verba ...... ,.,,, ,.
Being bound to swear to the Dogmas >f no Master
VOL. \.
NassRvi. N. P., Bahamas. Frldvy. O-Ubsr V 1 >| >
No. 262
i I')\ | H,
DL'I i (II.
I- i I r R .vi I'
OKU I ,, M \i.ki r STRRRT
n N I'., I i I .
i'. 11
PUBLISHED I)\ll \
M : n, '. ed I v
1 I.I.
1 1 lllll-
If 1 .,11\ III
V leklv ... 4,d I
V| o H
.' ...
Hall V.. >rh
V'-,i' \ I
I \ ILI l\ MM \M I
J
A'luii Ral line
l"i fi ertton i three i line
''I ill .i rum |..- t
iii iiir'ii intertjom
\ it* innler "i -i I I ini-v j*,
I In1 H*i i on '' I '*' ni^lii
Wan :" by ;i i.u _! i i iw.l.
\ .:">! programme was well
favoui iti' items lining
" I he I) irkies Inbilei"
I forth long mi! .
"- ', .mil the Cake Walk
"Uncle Silas" whi li was rendi ie I
''< imu [ by the .ii u- ii l he
ill mutt crs.
I he Motor "Fran ej B" an ive l
Ihia afternoon from Mi imi w ith
Ice, Gasolene and shingle 17 I
"' i|s and the follow ing p is n-
gers;
Mrsdamrs Olive Moss and lia-
n 1 fVtafteld? Messrs J|in Smith
Allred I)ev-Hti\ ami Wm, C. M.
Allnirv. (5)
f
The Sclir. "Winifred M" arrived
tliis afternoon from Miami with
it c*rgn 1 if lumber ami khinglea
ami In- following passengers:
Mis-, lllanche Kno lei: Mis
Emily Smith and child; Messrs,
Tliaddeua Knowles, Evered
Know les, Ei nesi Taylor, I'ml
'I aylor, Gil riel Clerk, Cecil Tink-
er, \lfred I'. idi I ink Ruther.
f.nil ami V\'., |. r I'. 111. I ; M nder
Willin
ill l*li
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
\ proclnm it ion th it the King
li is not oil illnwrd I he Electrical
Art 1 ,i { aid th it it will come in-
to operation an the 15th inn ii
publislied.
linn. W. R. linn', Receiver
1 neral and 1'reasuiei lias been
inted leive nf absence to the
mil Man h 1014
1). 1. Mel lonald Esq., has been
ited I n days leave of absence
m the (ili nil.
Mr. 11 C, Christie li a resumed
Ins duties .1- 1 to the
Marine Pioduct* Hoard.
I eni lei n re invited I'o repair
m I improve Ilia m id in Union
S reel South between Shirley Street
an,I the Queens Stain
l\ I HE
MAGI.31 iv'AI ES COURT
Sept.
12 s,mil. RakerLarceny of 1
'mi gar cane v due 3d. and 1 hunch
bananas vnlue is 3d growing on
land "I .1 is. A. Wallace situate
hi li 1 in I own- 6 months.
Leiitia Kn \ Ie 1, I leni1 Kn iwles
nil (.leu, AndersonQjarrelling
in Si reel Hi K 1 >w 8s.
< a< li or 7 daj
Vi ih 1 -111 ii smissed with a cau-
1 ion,
I'.niilv I' ill in, and M e< Patton
l "ii I si.....ing and fighting in
sight mid hearing <>f persons in
Sum ilandi Villag I .1 fined 5*.
or 4 davs
Roger Young, anil Reginald
Perpall Making a fire contigu 1 11
to buildings0.....id inlheir own
rnii inces in $ each to en ne
up foi Ri lit -n n lien calleil up in,
23Ron..I.I Smith -llltreating
" horse-2 or I mi ri'h.
<'<.. Miltonriltreaiinga horse
-- l'-s. or 10 days,
Daniel WilliamsUsing lan-
guage leidiug in a breach nf ihe
pear.; at Adelaide Villagetos.
01 ? d iys.
25- Bradford |ohnsonCarrying
about his prrson a deailly weapon
lo wit a razor 8 strokes,
W ii i; JohnsonLnrceny of 3
fowls value 6 g I. goods and
Itelsol Matilda Ann Saiiili
lands 3 iM,,ii hi
Wilfre I Fine, and Clarence
MorrisonFound in ilmpof Ei
R C. Russell without I iwful ex-
'use 10 strokes each with tain-
nrind rod.
Naaman PrattBreach Board
Works RulesCautioned.
Percy McQueenBreach Street
Tram Rulss -5s. or 6 days.
I lenry Colebro >k h Street
li.iflic Rules4s. or 5 days.
Jas. Huyler, Mian Mi
Agnea I luyler \s, ml ing
beating Clarence Poitier, and
Julia Poitier Dismissed,
N'i.- in V P.
' ''!. ';''. 1
Editoi In'
Sir:
i an you infi irm me when will
the expert arrive who is to exam-
in'- and rep Ht on lh h 11 li ii
is it that -.mi e the miiney h is
ln'iMi vote I nothing further It is
turned up ? I fear sir, l lift I oik pe -
pie in authority are too slow in
ny matter th 11 lends for the bei-
in ing of these isles, Su :h an i n
portant matter should not be al-
lowed to be dormant, especially
now that the Panama 1 .anal is
shortly to be opened, If our legis-
lators were m ire business
belter results would be ai hieved.
It seems to me th it the nami
the pi ice 1- accepted as a mol ti 1
"N isau Not Particular." I h
sir these few w 1 U m ly ht the
means of arousing our sleeping re
p tsentntivai la n sense of their
du'y. If tins is ,1 p igress
it has not vet reached us ; I'lu-
i]u "SIion of il "[i 'inn',' our h ub iur
h is he in dis :u ae I m i a th in h
qu irter uf a century and I am posi
live the Millenial Dawn will come
an I find it Still raging. If this was
B .11 ittei to crush the p ior, it
would have been accomplished
ye 1 rs ag >. 1 Hi ye I io I of powei
how Iraig will ye continue i"
grope in idleness, awake, nwake,
from your slumberlftg and l-t n>
ha ve something.
Tom 1
AC rOR I l UN l\\l .
The expert is expected here in
imber [Ed.
CABLEGRAMS
London, i. The Righl II i
.1 inn's Bryce will lie a vice pre
I- it ol the \ 1:! > \m.....nn Exp
sition 10 b held in I.on I m nexi
year.
Rlieims, i.Maurice Prevost t >
da) won for France the internation-
al aeroplane cup, open to all nati>


I
ons l.y Hyinc; the 124.28 miles in the
re .m] time of 59 minutes 4"? 3/4
V rmouth, Kng, 1.-Militant suf-
fr.ijcite "Arson Squads" are aqain
i-v.'.ast night they d-stroyed Ihe
greitw of the mumcip.l golf links
here with acid. The women left a
note say-ing;
" I he timber yard was set fire to
buy us I This had reference to u lire
wliirh last Saturday destroyed
1175, .00 worth of timber at a
luinl-T yard 111 this ( H\.
I. 1 1 Ion, i. With the approach
of 1I1 en I of the Ions vacation
rum igaincurrent th it Lord
Alv 1 boo I |m hand in Ins
resi : iti in as Lord Chief Justice,
and Hie prospects that Sir Rufui
Ufa, -. the Vttorney (ieneral, will
be l.i 1 -.--Mr are again discuss*
ed.
Ri 1 >' ng to 1 < 11 !-r 1 m whether
tin 1 w 1- any 1 rutli in the report
of Ins i> situation. Lord Al vers'inm
tn.ih^iii telegraphed "No commu
nication or information can be
liven."
Baltirrtore, 1. I'lie British
freight steamer Tem|>lemore, iMal
timore for Liverpool, September
27th, was on fire late last night in
lattitude 29.27, north, Longitude
65.26 West. She sent out a call
for immediate assistance and at
1:51 A.M todiv the steamer Arca-
dia, from Hamburg, picked up her
ciew an I is pro. ceding to Haiti-
more.
Washington, 1.The \nencn
legat on at Pcktn cabled]tlie state
department today that tile govern
merit and opposition parlies which
have been deadlocked for a long
time over the question nl the pre-
sidential bu cession have practi-
cally agreed t" the. immediate
election of a president without
awaiting the adoption of a new
constitution.
Madras. Negroe, Mexico, 1
Teirorhas gn'|iped the city, the
captain 'd tin' c Mistiiu ionnlists,
will) ill'- victorious imriliMard
march ol the fe l-'ials an I the ar-
1 ival ol in 1 n 11 r 11 of 1. fn iees -\me.
rican re-1 lents joined the ixodns
today Sad hun beds of persons
crossed the international bridge
into Eagle I'.i-s this afternoon,
Southampton, 1. -The cliurcii
today has three subjects of absorb
ing interest to cons 1 ler and solve,
the sexes, the iace o id social order"
I his w is the announcement make
today at theopeningof the annual
Church of England nss by 1 Is
president, the Rigl Rev, Edward
Stunt Talbot, Bishop of Winches-
ter.
In conclusion liis'inp Talhol
denounced I ins a 1 fai naments
with its colmsal ml intolerable
burdens ' i 1 it emotional
selfishness nil it-, contempt for
th'1-.e heaven \< iples wh ch
should draw CIhi 1 n nations into
the common ol worldwide
liberty.
\v\.\ 1 i:d.
ACOMI'I .1 KKI.l Mil.I'.
CHAl'l I'l'.l R Apply bj
letter, l'h- ces and sal-
ary 1 < '| ni' I 1".
Ball tm is Plant -1 Co. Ltd.
IMPERIAl
THEATR.E
Friday, Oct. 3.
Siegfried in 3 Reels
DONIT MISS I II CHANCE
OF SEEING THIS.
Animated Weekly. J
Passing Events. Paris Fashions
I
BIG NIGHT.
6d. od. s.
For 3 Days Only
THUUShW
FRIDAY
SA'll.ivHAV.
An Embroidery Sale
BIG BARGAINS
AU BON MARCHE
CEORGli RI I.I".
1 u s\i.r
HOI SE and I esl SI.
for part 'ill pplv t" M.
E. Dean or M 135 \Y.
113 St. New Yorl '
BARCAINS ACAIN!
At Williams Wholesale and Retail
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
W
ILLIAMS THE
gular merchandising,"
SHOEMAN'S place of business is n >I ,1 store which conforms to "re-
but onu which is tnado up of two dep, rlments, No. 1 and No. 2.
t^_- 1 T^oviCi y*+ rvi AMf is where regular -i kept and orders for the v; lines are
duplicated from 1 to time and sold under the on i system
and in accordance wiili quality
N<% O T"> ck y\ -i i- f -v- o m i^ is where pri 1 ome cases are as low as 30 per cent topper
** "^P*** imeill cent less than the regular prices or what they really are worth.
In this latter department purchase! an rightly termed
BARGAINS
This question may arise with some. In what way is this No. a Department maintained? The answer is simply
this 1 lie I'n'itii tor uys through an Agent who knows how, <>f Men hauls who have fuilsd in business, at such low prio b
as i" warrant tins great discount on regular prices. Hi also buys portions' of the salvage of storks
ol Hoots and Shoo 1h.1t have been in a lire (as was done on a receni occasion) and these are sold at prices be-
v< mil 1 ompetition.
In order that these m thods of business may be dearly demonstrated Williams theShoeman specially in-
vites in- patrons and lh< public gent rally to call and see among others tne following* Bargains : he is
jusi iii receipt ol pei las! i 160 p.urs wo's. white Canvas Bow Pumps, Regular price 8s. now being sold
at .(-.. 135 pairs wo's. (irey Sulde Button Ox. lies 10*. now being sold at 'is. 75 pairs wo's Pat. colt a strap
Kppers Regular Price 12s. now being sold at 8s. 125 pairs Men Ian Call Button Ox Ties lbs.
>nl 1 s.
now being sold
250 pairs 1 Canvas Lea, sole Ox. Ties 6s. now being sold at 4s.
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
277-279 Bay St. Nass.m, \. P.,
H


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