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T J 1 II 1 |' R 1 B U N! i %  en > w < I outside i f Ihern said; I Ins is nothing \>> w b it will 11 i>; i %  u li w %  % %  i'i are included in the clergy's pi i Lond in, 5, Indiari Suvim n Insti.'. 1 of the chill Autumnal usual ;• t this season of ihe yi ai Is ki epiug I ndon unuMja l ly mp ly. I he lio( If full, and many 1 if the gu< -1a 1 id 1 anl ige of 11 di %  > inj w iili the stupendous (growth of • 1 ni ihe N<>ri hen the vessel foundered in 1 i 1 1 0 11-.|, H iviih !he i'nli-li steamer I t>d. I. 'Mill Ml, ,. \ • I 1 I 1 ill r• -| > 11 1 issu • 1 %  1 Hi 1tish Inland R v %  • le there are in tin lln I in comes 1 ., . London, from the statisl ce ol ih I lambui < [tin business 1 >l thai %  > %  donna %  in 'i ii ihe atten ion of J'li % %  • %  w h o I I 'I• %  V 1 %  | 11 • t U I I 11 1 11 %  'if tin Panama Canal, I hshiii'-ni nl .1 free p>iri it N< w Vork u ••nl I be enndociv • 1 > ih iiy of the e ; e city. Hambuigs : %  'I Ihe i 1 ible ligu ( % %  "f • i' nt of I 11 in 111 • 11 '' 11\ 111' I : 1 'i Ihe largest 0 p >ri in ih %  VMM I I Excursion MnKAXCES I-" laiJj for JT Harbour Island Saturday night, October I itli, at 1 1 o'clock. I.r.iv 1 II trbonr I-' iiid, 1 p.m. Sun I Uoun.l rrip, I'articuli id 'I'irki 1 :< KRANCES E. N u, N P., I Mi HJSl I");; sAI I. I \ Good condil 1 < %  11 *pply, II. I. RUSSEI I.. I lie Sll nn; |',.is Si 1 I'm Louisvilh Kenim j, Speak er Claik nf ill' Nol1011.1l House • .I Representai iin today d< 1 I 1 f.ir internati I dis irmament as the surest inc. ins of gU i' inli 1 world peace, in an address deliv .1, ,1 ,i HUM : 1 cise* here "I mi all who appreciate a G' d Smoke that we now I I ,| ll Wl'' I MMil^ • \ 'H <-'MlK "I the Perry Ccrtennial celebration. \A/ T "\i-> w V V I 1 Ktensive Stock 01 ii\\.\\\ii ;e Cigars are manufactured on m pn skilled workmen 1 11 %  for, and drive, a t< • ,j ns ,,-,. t ikni m prodm irti : rioi quality. of Mules. 1 t with in the past le ently toexpeel |. S, I lH N"s( )\ I < 1, OCJ nil ',. I I.. S\i Nl .\ < o. ELECTRI IIY. Ba 3 M "'-'H *ES, Busines" I' %  %  _____ Chun hes w ired. I : is, Mi I %  [tired. Skillful \ 1 A Chauffeur if require 1 I > inv one I Pi Kill All wo ^atisf.nMoiilj a m:i 1111 1 •A Id • -IV H. I. d \S.) si, P. %  %  I or 'Till Not: 1 ->! US i 'nhlir 1 of the Old SIHIHI (N. S. 1 li 't's 1 Sho| E.tsl l'-'\ -t'eet, which is nu '. un %  ol I VMES \. IV \\^ 1 >N I R v mi; \ :n 1 USER I I nnl -i I 1 ill, I Hill p.i U y,'i i\ el lent wi .. I %  11 li:' \ 1 nid ir : VIM ST INDAUU '!!CO'S Gasoline I >IT1 IIt lil' I ),!iM ri : I. I'. Sand I. on ii ni e R Only Five I ek Shingles t No. 1 Hi arl 5i 11. Cj 1 1 Sin;: pei ihuum %  1 )ilui F over ingles. Special Price on radi 1 pei rid nl 20 bundles. This pi ice madi p %  ible by a v< ry I AIL; purchase. Fi' i ing \ et > i C SAL'NDERS. .. P., Sept, ii I IR U NT. ()\ --I on I t I'. ,\ -'1. %  pre* nl 1 i In I'. P. Slurrup I -i|. |issi >n n givei usl. ipph 1 •. WAL'I ER K. MOORP THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT malvi s powi 1 lul the name STANDAR > ENGINE. ANOIMr.K MIIPMF.NT OF ntVNKS AM) LEATHER GOOD 1 Ivisl Received; W ll.l I VMS IHE SIIDIMW lire idy I 1 i tit-line, I 11 \ 11. I runks, English nd American I li -II 1 BSI s i %  1 n> essKit Itl irln'-, I ,!• II I Jags '1 ling 1I1 ni I ', ill l'i.' in r 11! || • 1 'I iln we I 1*1 %  |i 11 %  %  1 ike • in now, I IWI-\\ HOI I \l I. An RE I •\u 1 MI-.\ r. 1 l',.i\--' •'( AH. 22cts. CM I liverv. C. M'l \t\ VVANTI 1 IMPF IK \ l RE 'PI \ \IPF I'EN l II \l I II. I R IVIIIg r\ 1 I I %  .nil Milqu ed, 10 ili*. r,, c 11 • 11. 1' i 1111 %  MI. W. \. \I\IIII R I'AKI l< U 1 • ni 1 Hie Publi ih ii 1 te outlii "i l''rif ai un. h pl.ii In 11 in 1 .. %  • n i" %  11 v mil Funeials II 11 in ij In' en rusted 1 Ins rare n ith svstem • %  ni' I li -sn ncli : and respect 1 M.! Ihe p %  • %  "I l|ie majority. ,„ lv mtUnu ,,,.,, pili | ii lovd' i\ %  bliO WS tllIS Uai K "i 111' S •• %  II 'ii, prices gist ni'i p .' thai I p I I • ,1 %  .1 •si Juit Arrivea 0 4H )\" SEEDS fro n I nwni %  iii ill %  .tli-. Y%  %  [ ihle Si \l IOOTES. 1 1 li iv Street 1 in i the a tit 171 i'lH' St., .In 1 \ City, N. .1. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Nassau, \. P. \ 1 nt for tln > Bahamas. are ill woi k, very In % %  : foi In-t 1 FOR SAI I I inrl l.nt ni %  'In-Ill.Ils p, E. Dean m Michael Rvan, 1 5s W i NewYorkCity. I 1 1 I USE nnl Lot on Weal St. I for p-irticulars apply lo \1. i_



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Nvilllus add let us (urare in verb* tnaitlatrl. Being bound lo swt&r to the Uo|m&i f no Mossier. VOL X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Hcdnesdty, October 8. 1913 No. 267 LEON K. H. DUPI CH, i i>;roi AM PBOPBII i ni OKKIO ,i. M VltKi'.T STKMT IU .V P.. I.'.AMA'. %  '. i p. Hi l'i m.!>llhl> DM! \1 i_>, Vedw •oiii'le c< | | | i.i\ III.. .!.l\ .. I | 11., | %  • I 4 I') thl) .i-.|t ) i '<-, 1\ || Vearl* v ... I** I'lVAIIIJ IN XDVAMI. -ix pence per line 1,1 in i in i tfai % %  • | a* t pel line lot ml in*ition; and one pennv | i i Imr fi.i Mil I'I-I-I lions \. iuiidei eiajbl linei ((. The < %  %  eminent h appro villowing change in the mail steami ro n N Yoik, \ i/-In place of the S S "Segurenca" scheduled to sail from Ni v York with mails, passeng< rs and freight on list Octo ber IMI.;, the S. S. "Minzanillo" will sail "ii that day with freight only, and the S. S "Saratoga" will -ail on ist. Move with mails ami passengers, 9te im< rs being |due to ai rive ai Nassau on Tuesday .ith. Noven l Return tickets issued under the summer ra <-. will be available by tlie S. S. "Safitoj a. "Frances E" arrived in Miami this iNVedin'sda\ | morning. > I he Police Band will give the usual Concert, on t'nc Llbrarj i,, i. at 8.i 5 to morrow i ing j I ii t.6, I'H.V I%  ii Mr Editor, I ins is the second tins* I have had to call ;iit IMI Mmi iii the disgraceful condition of 'he Tuttlc tanks on the Market wharf, The water in the tank 1 ;. y*ter day, was so 'hick th >t the three large turtle therein could not be seen until the watei had run iff. One shudders to think of the torture the tunics are subjected in. Wh i is responsible for this outi ape? It is "f no avail lo h ive these tanks if the watei isnot changedat least once a da). But lo • I• i111of ati r .i week Itale I filthy and thick with slime and ordure. Yours truly, II. C. i HRISTIE. Si pi. 30th 1Q13 I inFei 1 v Little Ixuma 1 ditor Ii ibune Sir, te an unusual event occurred n rally. One Of OUI rows birth i" a paii of calces, and both are one colour, and doing well. I noticed the calves some time previously hovering around the cow, and formed an idea that way but 1 ould ii"' make mysell sore mi this point liowevei I h ive veriln d ii today. It often 00 in-in foreign countries as I It iva read many tune';, -but in the Bah mas mch an event! is, 1 consirli i, extremely rare. Thanking you f'ir the space allow* ed. I am &C. CHARLES I. FITZGER \I.D. P.S.—1 omitted to say that both tin calves are heifeis C. I. 1. We have ju-t read of an instance ibroad] "I three calves at one hilth. -| I'd. The lot. San Salvador 22i)d Sept., 1913 The "Editor" ,.f The Tribune." Si \ League. Meeting "as held at the Royal Band of Hope at Orange Creek, and I want 10 Bay I few words in you and the interested public about it. On the 21st day of Sept. at 3 p. m. a crowd gathered at the meet in place of the Band of Hope ;uiil a meeting was held which is called the "Christian Endeavour League Meeting." The programme of which a copy is appended was Superintended by the President of the Band. It consisted ol Bible drill, Discussion of the topic, Solus, recitations etc. The following are persons who talked on the topic: — Chas. H. Thompson, Rebt. C. Dean, Prince A. Poitier, Joseph I lepburn, Oston Burrows, II. ft. Munnings, Mrs, Mizanna Cleaie and many others. I he topic was "Lessons from Great Lives." The meeting was carefully conducted and was quite a success. Thanking you in advance for space allowed, I remain II. E. MUNNINGS. President, PROGRAMME Address 1 he Chairman I lymns. ns by Miss Matilda Newbold Mrs. Louisa Burrows, Miss Eupherr.ia Burrows, Miss Charlotte Seymour, and Mr. H I Munnings. Recitations by Master Uufus ( leare, Mis, Ada I a Poitier, Master Reuben Cleare, Miss Lvdia Poitier Miss Elisabeth Poitier, Matter EliBen j. Seymour, Ma-ter Alfred Poitier. Ma-ter Melvin Stubbs, Miss Eupberai 1 Stubbs and Miss EMinor Newbold. B'.t.le Drill. I he Schooner "Nelly" left here last Friday evening for Nassau with K. S. Moses, Esqr. as passenger. ARTHUR'S TOWN SCHOOL. I don't see the Sewing Teacher come mound now. What is the matter ? WANTED Good roads from Arthur's Town to ( i i.uige Creek. Zephaniah Campbell and his wife have emigrated to Florida and are doing a gre.it business 111 merchandise. CABLEGRAMS October 8,th 1913 London, 5.—Because the clergy do not include women in their prayers, a party of suffragettes yesterday interrupted the services at Westminster Abbey by chanting aj prayer for the women now in prison. At the conclusion the women quietly left the abbey. AddressIL _JL


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Nvilllus add let us (urare in verb* tnaitlatrl.
Being bound lo swt&r to the Uo|m&i f no Mossier.
VOL X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Hcdnesdty, October 8. 1913
No. 267
LEON K. H. DUPI CH,
i i>;roi am Pbopbiiini
OKKIO ,- i. M VltKi'.T STKMT
IU .V P.. I.'.AMA'.
'. i p. Hi -
l'i m.!>llhl> DM! .
\1 i_>, Vedw
oiii'le c< | |
| i.i\ III.. .!.l\ .. I
| 11- .- | I
4 I')
thl) .i-.|t
) i '<-, 1\ ......
|| Vearl*
v ... I**
I'lVAIIIJ IN XDVAMI.
-ix pence per line
1,1 in i in i tfai | a* t pel line
lot ml in*ition; and one pennv | i i
Imr fi.i Mil i'i-i-i lions
\. i- uiidei eiajbl linei ((.
The < " " eminent h appro v-
illowing change in
the mail steami ro n N
Yoik, \ i/--
In place of the S S "Segu-
renca" scheduled to sail from
Ni v York with mails, passen-
g< rs and freight on list Octo
ber imi.;, the S. S. "Minzanillo"
will sail "ii that day with
freight only, and the S. S "Sa-
ratoga" will -ail on ist. Move
with mails ami passengers,
9te im< rs being |due to ai
rive ai Nassau on Tuesday .ith.
Noven l
Return tickets issued under
the summer ra <-. will be availa-
ble by tlie S. S. "Safitoj a.
"Frances E" arrived in Miami
this iNVedin'sda\ | morning. .
>
I he Police Band will give the
usual Concert, on t'nc Llbrarj
i,, i. at 8.i 5 to morrow i
ing
j
I ii t.6, I'H.V
I- ii Mr Editor,
I ins is the second tins* I have had
to call ;iitimiMmi iii the disgraceful
condition of 'he Tuttlc tanks on
the Market wharf,
The water in the tank1;. y*ter
day, was so 'hick th >t the three
large turtle therein could not be
seen until the watei had run iff.
One shudders to think of the
torture the tunics are subjected
in.
Wh i is responsible for this out-
i ape?
It is "f no avail lo h ive these
tanks if the watei isnot changedat
least once a da).
But lo I i111- of ati r .i week
Itale I filthy and thick with slime
and ordure.
Yours truly,
II. C. i HRISTIE.
Si pi. 30th 1Q13
I in- Fei 1 v
Little Ixuma
1 ditor Ii ibune
Sir,
te an unusual event occurred
n rally. One Of OUI rows
birth i" a paii of calces, and
both are one colour, and doing
well.
I noticed the calves some time
previously hovering around the
cow, and formed an idea that way
but 1 ould ii"' make mysell sore
mi this point liowevei I h ive veri-
ln d ii today.
It often 00 in-- in foreign countries
as I It iva read many tune';, -but in
the Bah mas mch an event! is, 1
consirli i, extremely rare.
Thanking you f'ir the space allow*
ed.
I am &C.
CHARLES I. FITZGER \I.D.
P.S.1 omitted to say that both
tin calves are heifeis
C. I. 1.
We have ju-t read of an instance
ibroad] "I three calves at one
hilth. -| I'd.
The lot. San Salvador
22i)d Sept., 1913
The "Editor" ,.f The Tribune."
Si ,
\ League. Meeting "as held at
the Royal Band of Hope at Orange
Creek, and I want 10 Bay I few
words in you and the interested
public about it.
On the 21st day of Sept. at 3 p.
m. a crowd gathered at the meet
in place of the Band of Hope
;uiil a meeting was held which is
called the "Christian Endeavour
League Meeting."
The programme of which a copy
is appended was Superintended by
the President of the Band. It con-
sisted ol Bible drill, Discussion of
the topic, Solus, recitations etc.
The following are persons who
talked on the topic:
Chas. H. Thompson, Rebt. C.
Dean, Prince A. Poitier, Joseph
I lepburn, Oston Burrows, II. ft.
Munnings, Mrs, Mizanna Cleaie
and many others. I he topic was
"Lessons from Great Lives."
The meeting was carefully con-
ducted and was quite a success.
Thanking you in advance for space
allowed,
I remain
II. E. MUNNINGS.
President,
PROGRAMME
Address 1 he Chairman
I lymns.
ns by Miss Matilda Newbold
Mrs. Louisa Burrows, Miss Euphe-
rr.ia Burrows, Miss Charlotte Sey-
mour, and Mr. H I Munnings.
Recitations by Master Uufus
( leare, Mis, Ada I a Poitier, Master
Reuben Cleare, Miss Lvdia Poitier
Miss Elisabeth Poitier, Matter Eli-
Ben j. Seymour, Ma-ter Alfred Poi-
tier. Ma-ter Melvin Stubbs, Miss
Eupberai 1 Stubbs and Miss EMinor
Newbold.
B'.t.le Drill.
I he Schooner "Nelly" left here
last Friday evening for Nassau
with K. S. Moses, Esqr. as passen-
ger.
ARTHUR'S TOWN SCHOOL.
I don't see the Sewing Teacher
come mound now. What is the
matter ?
WANTED Good roads from
Arthur's Town to (ii.uige Creek.
Zephaniah Campbell and his
wife have emigrated to Florida
and are doing a gre.it business 111
merchandise.
CABLEGRAMS
October 8,th 1913
London, 5.Because the clergy
do not include women in their
prayers, a party of suffragettes
yesterday interrupted the services
at Westminster Abbey by chant-
ing aj prayer for the women now
in prison.
At the conclusion the women
quietly left the abbey. Address-
IL
_JL


T
J
1 II 1 |' R 1 B U N!
i en > w < I outside i f Ihern
said; I Ins is nothing \>> w b it
will 11 .i>;i u li w" i'i are
included in the clergy's pi i .
Lond in, 5, Indiari Suvim n
Insti.'. 1 of the chill Autumnal
usual ; t this season of ihe yi ai Is
ki epiug I ndon unuMja l ly mp
ly. I he lio( If full, and
many 1 if the gu< -1- a 1 id
1 anl ige of 11 <- fine eM her 10 go
on motoi loins.
Paris, 5, I . 0,000
is the amounl spi nl by ih w orld
annunIK on aimamei|is in order
in maintain peai 11
t he 1 if Senator (ierv.i i--c,
luthorii) nn
matters, w hi 1 has just | nihl
. Mrikii gariii l> di .>!inj w iili the
stupendous (growth of na\ ies in Eui
'1 mouth, 5, Eightei ''11 uf
the 1 ihe l'i ii-;i si .nner
Ciardenia are ed lo h ive
drou 1 r> 1 ni ihe N<>ri hen
the vessel foundered in 1 i
1 1 0 11-.|,,h iviih !he i'nli-li
steamer I t>d.
I.'Mill Ml, ,. \ I 1 I 1 ill '
r -| > 11 1 issu 1 1 Hi 1-
tish Inland R v le
there are in tin lln
I in
comes
1 ., .
London,
from the statisl ce ol ih
I lambui < [tin
business 1 >l thai >' donna
.in'i ii ihe atten ion of J'li who
I I 'IV 1 | 11 t U I I 11 1 11 'if
tin Panama Canal, I hsh-
iii'-ni nl .1 free p>iri it N< w Vork
u nl I be enndociv 1 > ih
iiy of the e ; e city. Hambuigs
: 'I Ihe i
1 ible ligu ( "f i' nt of
I 11 in 111 11 '' 11\ 111' I : 1 'i
Ihe largest 0 p >ri in ih
VMM I I
Excursion
MnKAXCES I-" laiJj for
JT Harbour Island
Saturday night, October
I itli, at 1 1 o'clock. I.r.iv 1
II trbonr I-' iiid, 1 p.m. Sun
I Uoun.l rrip,
I'articuli id 'I'irki
1 :< KRANCES E.
N u, N P.,
I '
Mi HJSl I");; sAI I.
I\ Good condil 1 < 11
*pply,
II. I. RUSSEI I..
" I lie Sll nn;
|',.is Si 1 I'm
Louisvilh Kenim j, Speak
er Claik nf ill' Nol1011.1l House
.I Representai iin today d< 1 I 1
f.ir internati.....I dis irmament as
the surest inc.ins of gU i' inli 1
world peace, in an address deliv
.1, ,1 ,i hum : 1 cise* here "I
mi all who appreciate a G' d Smoke that we now
I I ,| ll Wl'' I MMil^ \ 'H <-'- MlK "I
the Perry Ccrtennial celebration. \A/ T "\i-> w
V V I1 Ktensive Stock 01 ii\\.\\\ii ^j. larantee our brand to be made of Ihe finest Havana and Sim
Wanted ippers. and Havana Killers throngh
ACOMPKTBNT MAM, '> ;e Cigars are manufactured on m pn skilled workmen
1 11 for, and drive, a t< ,jns ,,-,. t ikni m prodm irti :' rioi quality.
of Mules. 1 t with in the past le ently toexpeel
|. S, I lH N"s( )\ I < 1,
Ocj nil ',. I I.. S\i Nl .\ < o.
ELECTRI IIY. Ba3 M"'-'-
H*ES, Busines" I' ______________________________________________.
Chun hes w ired. I
.
: is, Mi
I . [tired.
Skillful \
1
A Chauffeur if require 1 I > inv
one
I Pi Kill
All wo ^atisf.nMoiilj
a m:i 1111 1 -
A Id -- IV H. I. d \S.) si,
P. ' ' I
or 'Till
Not:
- 1 ->! US i 'nhlir
1 of the Old Sihihi (N. S. 1 li 't's
1 Sho| E.tsl l'-'\ -t'eet,
which is nu '. un
ol
I VMES \. IV \\^
1 >N I R v mi; \ :n 1 USER
I I nnl -i
I 1 ill, I Hill p.i U
y,'i i\ el lent wi .
.. I 11 li:'
\ 1 nid ir
: VIM
ST INDAUU '!!- CO'S
Gasoline
I >IT1 IIt lil'
I ),!iM ri : I. I'. Sand
I. on ii ni e R "
! Only Five I ek
Shingles
t No. 1 Hi arl 5i 11. Cj 1 1
Sin;: pei ihuu-
m '
1 )i- lui F over
ingles.
Special Price
on radi
1 pei
rid nl 20 bundles. This
pi ice madi p ible by a v< ry
I ail; purchase.
Fi' i ing \ et >
i C SAL'NDERS.
.. P.,
Sept,
ii
I IR U NT.
()\ --I on I t I'. ,\ -'1.
pre* nl 1 i In I'. P.
Slurrup I -i|. |issi >n n givei
usl.
. ipph 1 .
WAL'I ER K. MOORP
THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT
malvi s powi 1 lul the name
STANDAR > ENGINE.
ANOIMr.K MIIPMF.NT
OF ntVNKS AM) LEATHER
GOOD1. Ivisl Received;
Wll.l I VMS
IHE SIIDIMW
lire idy
I 1 i tit-- line,
I 11 \
11. I runks, Eng-
lish nd American
I li -ii 1 BSI s
i 1.....
n> ess-
Kit Itl irln'-,
I ,! ii I Jags '1
ling 1I1 ni
I ', ill l'i.' in r 11!
|| 1 'I iln
we I 1*1
|i 11 1 ike
in now,
I iwi--
\\ HOI I \l I. An RE I
\u 1 mi-.\ r.
1 l',.i\--'
'(
AH.

22cts.
CM I
liverv.
C. M'l \t\
.
VVANTI
1 IMPF IK \ l RE
'PI *
\\IPF I'EN l
II \l I II.I R
IVIIIg r\ 1 I I .nil Mil-
qu ed, 10 ili*.
r,,c 11 11. 1' i 1111 mi.
W. \. \I\IIII R
I'AKI l<
U1
ni 1 Hie Publi ih ii 1
te outlii "i
l''r- if ai un.
h pl.ii In 11 in 1
.. '.....n i" ' 11 v mil Funeials II 11
in ij In' en rusted 1 Ins rare n ith
svstem ni'I li-sn ncli : and respect
1 m.! Ihe p "I l|ie majority. , lv mtUnu ,,,.,, pili,|ii
lovd' i\ bliOWS tllIS
Uai K "i 111' S II 'ii, prices gist ni'i p .' thai
I p I I ,1 .1
si Juit Arrivea
04H )\" SEEDS fro n I nwni
iii ill .tli-. Y- [ ihle Si
\l IOOTES.
1 1 li iv Street
- 1 in i the a
tit 171 i'lH' St.,
.In 1 \ City, N. .1.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, \. P.
\ 1 nt for tln> Bahamas.
are ill
woi k,
very In % .: foi In-t 1
FOR SAI I
I inrl l.nt ni
'In-Ill.Ils p, .
E. Dean m Michael Rvan, 1 5s W
i NewYorkCity.
I 11IUSE nnl Lot on Weal St.
I for p-irticulars apply lo \1.
i_


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