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T ~nt Zbe tribune Saturday, October II. 191% U' t, ,1 III i.l, U M . a a far more cautiously and grudgingly than the Americans are doing this sear. All these'things must be very trying to the nerves of Tariff Reformers: In Nassau, Protectionists were verv confident id the justice of their cause, and the scorn which ihcv poured on Free Traders was verv lavish. Nowadays the note of confidence is missing, and the -corn has taken t>> itself f\nw n aw.iv. C<>bden lint fight in vain after all j It is a custom ZWlZ i.e ttfntb anniversar) of the drw/for-members of the .Medical cnaniherl.un pilgrimage, by ; Profession to attend an evensong |>eak.n S tins month and at the! ,„d Sermon on the is. .f S beginnihgofNovemteratGlas-i'Lake's Day. Following tins ROW, Newcastle, Birmingham precedent the Bishop Inasked and uwrpbok^The day apRfv p D. Lampen to piefirh to pontedforth* Glasgow speech ,h* Medical Ftfcultv. and others .s the Oil, October wind, <„, ,,„ Friday„Oct, 17th, at 7 p.rn,, to Mr. ChamberlanVs bnl the subject o! 'Scienceand visit to Glasgow on cti. i i, tober 1993. The logic of events, the abilf: v of Free Trade speakers, and Religion," The present e of .1 is 1 ordially invited; 1 he M< itor "I' 1 in'cs E" arthe.commoti.9nse f dK> British!'rived iron. Miami yesterday 1 people, have sorely battered the bringing mails and passengers, policy which goes bv the name* 1 o -f'Tariir Reform:' Forelgn m;il „ also mails f. r me hatred of the poorer hiauUaand Long Cavlobe 1 'lasses for the food tax.has ,,,„.,,„! vi;i \| i;mil ,„., |-, damaged the cause more than |, \ w ill I.e made up and rln auytiung. I his aversion f"i food taxes indefinitely 1 poned. Thus the farmer it drs ted, and one great arnumenl for Imperial Preference falls to the groundJ 1 he unwonted prosperity of British trade-arid tne phenomenal decrease of unemployment have smitten the argument for taxes on manufa tun ; thijfh. The industries which 1 amberlain in terrifj ing Ian. gunge selected as "going" or from England, ai o'clock a.m. .•* .1 BI I VRV. 1>JEII \i 1 l;impttn Normal and Agri'ultui In-' i lampton, Ya.. I *s .\ oil Monday J >NI Septeirtbei 1913, at ou'e p. in. A.LPRK [1 I loR I ON m the j.uid S'-ar.of hit age adopted s •!! of Mrs Hem 1 Clai !;• %  Market Street, S. Gram \J iwo. ( >n Saturday morning ult. Mr-. Clarke received a cablegram informing liertti it 11 irtdh ssas very ill, on Monduy '1110111 ing a second one infi n m %  I hei (ha' he • %  wn .1 and there was no'lio^r. 111 the afternoon a 'and one informed her thai lie died ;it doe o'clock. I le was buried all ers e ll K d colot and white ; behind battalion, to the; high 1 liara Affr the service wan.over., the bility of Mr.. Uprtpn, % % %  : -' was m.nde I" l,i|>s" and 1 |*fi % %  i.al j I >wn to ps having I n vn 1 ill b 1 ry ofMorton entered Harnp' on "" w "I thp.eipp .1 IP 1 : %  .... .. frorn fi-achei lind h f, but highls reditahli 1 ,t I lamptoa mn) erve as ifi nn entive to Othei Btil a 1.1 1to "" aiM.I d 1 I he I 1 me i.-ndeis i 1 .sm p ; ith. tn Mrs. Clark pnd vflw relative's 1 .!•, %  ; %  %  .:, %  ;i lb' his nn bilii'. '1 .f character and promise. I 1 I iiumiaiifj ml • ivs "I %  % %  • %  .,,'.. ,|| || ,v ma le .1 -nl'iidid 1 %  • 1 I it lid I l.imin .11 I le is heliwed i)o,l\ is.i v'nin gone from England, such as of rinptnte and Iron and in the school cemetery with Sir. I and Cotton hase flourish the hoiiouis of tieschool. ed as much as any, The Funeral At 3 p. m. the '"•iinans is growing restive "Summer battalion" of students in us tariff bonds,and the Unit With the band all in b 1 (1 States (' MI :... ted and white trous wcr • I a ivn a law cutting down ihe duties up in line faring the church in many cases aad putting blocks I While the people, students of the necessities 1 tin and others, were gath n*1 in free list. The British Parliament the chinch, the band pla ed began itspn towards Free "Safe in the Arms of Jens." 1 iade in the "Hungry forties" "The Sweet Bye and Bye," and 1 possessed the qualities of mind b> A hen. I le 111 111 1 .| \ >i %  •. high Hi.'ll e %  : tllif sf|OWS !lll! lie ItBS '' '.. .1111 •-. I I'd \ K-iate Commit -.1\ s. •II.> I an I has dUne <-\i eedlngli well sin %  i< 11. been here 11 • has ipad %  in..a, fi (--a I a : |i 1 sin u I ambitious vouu^ ni.in." \ ii .a hei vs rites "I le openh acknowledged his l.oid thei %  at the Ii" nnnlng of Ins 11.imp ton life and has been a faithful outspoken Christian ever since" "If Alfred's had lived I pelieve he Would have become one of our leading graduates for he CQM\)'JNIGAT£D.) MM^K-IAdi: srvi.is n A \ is Oq Wedlesd • 1 last, 1 st of Qci at v Matth. vs Church, at | l>.\i> one of the most faslii innble weq lings ql ;ii|eason tn >k place, when Miss Antoinette Davis, eldest daughV 1 of Mr. J. W. Davis, well known Merchant olthis t0\n, .v m inairied to Mi Percy A. Styles son <>f Capt. W. P Styles, al| 1 of this town, The Bride was tastefully decorated in silk embroider" cj n/ •'. wh.ii h presented a st charming appearance. Ihe Bride was given awav by her father Mr, J. \\. Davis. Mr. _^—— r



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r %  riifl T R i f r t t>r p j A. IlKemp acted as Hest Man, ,-Jm Messrs. C. Hartingtnn Uee vaa ami John F.. Sobers as MasI I' rs of k CererriiJi)y.Mr. Waller Hethel Jr. presided at the organ. The service beuig conducts I In the Rey. W. S, Lovejlj Aftoi the service the; Rev, Loveli address ed tip" rnarried couple m a very pleasing and. instructive manner have .1 pointing out to tham tie 1 .inwhiclijthey should live, dwell ing 'lnefly on the point of forgiving nfi,> another. Among those heiag present at the cere rnonVj were Mr. R, Whejitley 'I'urtle. Cashier>Baqk of Nassau, and Mrs. Turtle, Misses Jean ami I l.i/.-i turtle, Mr. and -Mrs K V. V. "jutton, ami .Mr. Frank ,lh'liues. The following is a list of Iding i'>esi.iit-. Ml. .111.1 Mis. J. \V. |..,V;.. |'„,| rpOOl Sail ; M r ,,i|,t .\|,s. K'. Wli. ;,l 1 v I mile, Chi que n\\ I m til.I-c luili ; Mr. ami Mis. I-;. |., iBuwen, MIVC-I n.i|>kiii ring*; Mr. Frank Holme... I IINHK Cli mdeliei Mr I'.. 1'. p| ,: IOVHIIP, Srivei rhni i'-il ; ML C 11. IfiMVf., MI >,\ v ,>, .t.•—1 > N>n|; Mi. A K%  >i|., Cheque : Lanes and alleys the accumulated trash and rubbish of years -ml expect the-'Health Authorities -to remove it. When householders keep their premises 111 a disgustingly filthy condition, their yardi strewn with empty beer holt Irs, £irl H. isk-, did shoes, i' top iron, -tove pipe which hev right to' do, and the I lealth Authorities say "No you havent." ami they hearken th them, th 'ii when the) obey and clean up. the II. \ must 1 aUU i'ie til -11 and rubbish to lie ienii >ved." Fhis is a vei \' good :•• 1 anie thete is sound sensr in it. And that is pis! what th.-. 'Vigil tnce of the C M. ') and the Sanitary Inspector 1causing lob* done Will tI'Wisp, follow ini-j? It is n(it the duty of • % %  11 A. toremi >\ a, out toi a to be reunvd. The people win, have h"en if) I with the trash and ruble1 about t must ran me it, and the II. A. lias to see tllH It Is dune. Let me in a w.i\ !.. % %  _: (he question, Is the public Scaven ger expected to do it as'a pan ol suppose they will be removed before nightfall. I de-ire especially to inform Will O'Wispand others who are Hot.acquainted with the duties of the scavenger, that he is com pelled to remove "yard and kitchen sweepings' only," not all sorts of rubbish', Hut he does notwithstanding, and so [ s'ing." "Kor he is a jolly good fellow That nobody i-,n\ deny With ., hip.'hip, hip. bun.,h"' \s. 11 irens, we should bless the C. M.O. ticS. I. ami the I'. S. Yours SOUTHERN CRdSs y bVliY GRAY-WILSON SUliS \I.\V HAVEN ROAD A ELOWER SPRVICE \\7"il.L Uf held at St, Joseph'* \\ \. M. E /mn I Mum h <>n Sunday 13th at.p loin theaf.teruooii All friends are cordially invited to be pre put A Si vei Cull; i ti.m wil] be made, CAHLEi lit VMS New-York, October 3 -Lady for thee Sibyl Gray-Wilson issuing the affairs." Mis. .1. An.l.-ivei. I"' 1 -1 1; '.,,.,< loomtiact ? Would thai !„• Wei ^' % % %  M • 1 |J I IV. \ I MI ,.:,,, >Or I I I 1 11. A. \\ V 8 >|U ' "* ki fnS; %  ..„ ,.,• i| at tliecostol the pub T\i K 7 ,, ';-: ,l v i x l i i wtud.thni i* Fail p v ? ..Hid Mi-. 1 l.-, '\|,'W.HSChaste as snow, B. does J-oi I'urtle}, 'Cake Sand;' M.* "' "• : ""' wlw '"' |s >>pelW II../el luiHe, ( IMI I,,. : \|,_ to. do it, h"M.ili;s, and calls out Olaucfl Dillel.paii ( p>rceie;|'!fa'i p^'v!" ;' ' '. • v %  • %  %  • % %  >hnn % %  ij I 1 %  I p.ir. JiiH/waVtli • I \ 1 1 ••' 'i. I III s ,-,,, 1 ,., ue;W „,| M,S. ,.. ,,„ v :„ ;'•'%  ...-'•; %  'V"" inn v. \u, .,,,,1 \i,s r \ ,n "" M he,snn ^'sh.rian, S.pith, rii-up, .,,1 i .,!.,.;' \|,' |' and that ac,,.nuts foi all h1. Snbem, < \i,s, M,,,, He says inter alia, "I cannot fe.\l .tiii-i, -MIV.-I vase; \b. md \i.s. HMmfaiei ihe day when there ap %  I..\IS. c '.,!<,. st., M .i .. 1,<-! peered such %  hideous .mount I cm disli ; \l n lol,. ., 1 (< juf trash and rubbish m (he I in j hjandkerchWi; Mi I-1..-' %  streets of the southern district'^ .•nee •su,..:l,a,j |,,,r v,s,.s; \J, ,.„d Well 1 can H ( -HI„M Hat | do ift.^^a^ift'W r u ml r '"• ,l m \ ] r s x uu %  ,, -*> ,.,„„,., q |t • • saw he..,,andheapsirt the A v Vo \ A Haven and Hartford RailroadCnhipany for injuries she received W the wreck on that r-orfd al WalUngford ("t. TJie l< t thai Lady Gray-Wil-on, w 110 is the daughter of the Pormei gtw tmpr general of the Ii lliam 1 Is' ,uds, was one of the 111 my victniis in the wreck in which )z persons losi their lives September a last, was not An until yesterday, When she I suit I ir |i5.obb damages; Shi de lares she was ihjured internal!) ahd h 1been a a TVOUS vo k II .1 culent. October nth 10,1 ;. Dumb'., c, -Win-t.m, Churchill first Lord of the Admiralty, speaking as the mouthpiece ol the government here tonight, denned the Irish question. He said: "We intend to create and set up an Irish parliament,surbord:nate to the Imperial Parliament, with a responsible executive, oiulut of purely Irish thrift Church, Cathedral. 9. ink 's L've. FRIDAY. 7 p.m. Sermon by Rev. C. Dudley Lamport BLI roquo%i of iho Bishop SVBJCCTi JCIKNCE.r\d RK.1.IGION. %  .'.-', I'll! \ ,| ,,-v %  I ... 1. , Ms...-, Henna, Pnc parlou. i,„' u, '-", l;l District. And ,whv sji^l A. Kerr, Fanny, Yucca worlri *hould thaynot ,have been? I supposed they had been pl.tred there lor the. purpose of d bfinc 1 1 1 d.>. R, Ma 1I1 'j £aw> l \ke, nth (let, 1..1 j. The Editor of tin'fcibune Sir, Will ( I Wisp ill %  oiuuion with "Hens of ins kind, appear to labour undei a misapprehension oj what constitutes "lau play." It he wiac to he Baked to write an essay on l-au I' 1.1 \ 1 pnagia* he would be^ui with something like this: :'We all like fan play. What is fair play ? It is housn holders, putting into the streets, c 11 ted Hway. I s.i •, in ;|,.. (j ltN >•• I'liuis, and Pridai last sen,' lardepu its aba 'lute -ai t loads Bui ire they there now, to No Ihey have been carted 1 \ c Is 1 w them being so cai t ed. Who l.v ? f'lie s.-awiii,', 1, anil hehi'iiS.-ll BUpCI vi sin"; 1 i. ,,d ', ',| ,S> aveugei! I I saw to-day opposite lo a residence in one of the principal streets of the Citv three barrels and some other p ages of rubbish of all sorts. I L Moonlight Musical WILL \:\ %  IIU.D ON I III-: Manse Lawn On TUESDAY, Htli. Nra. F. J. Pn.n*. Mrs. R. W. Brace 4nJ mhrti s will pur icip >te In r.e I'. ". .\ MI 11.-. I.lghl H.1-I1 niliin no. will be void AdmliNiom One Shllllnn. tialea open at 7.50 Art Enteptainmant CONSISTING Of Songs, Drills, Tirbleaus, Dialogues, &c Will l>eglve\j by the S.-li..l.i. of Wnnlry >iniliiv School at iho S< lioiil 1 1 ,.mi On WF.UNESDAY next I5(h inal. Doors opened al 7 p.m. Admission': Adults od, and Is. .Children half price. ThePublic art> cnrdlially invited Mr Churchill went orj to point out that within (two ya us, that is. before the home rule bill, can l>e fully operative, there must be a general election; If the i '.iionists wo,-, that election it would be open to I hem to repeal the home rule. Mr Churchill said the claim of Northeast Tlster for, spe cial consideration for itself was a claim which, if put forward in sincerity and not as a wreck in"; manoeuvre, could not-bepgnorad by the Liberal party. Paris, <) % %  -Mrs Panlchurst has made all plans for departing for New York iatili I WhP ml 'oil s;.; id toilti %  I .• B • I .,' % %  %  i u lllvl !...-.!•.. lectures in Rngland, They knew I wa BI uning to th a '.'on tinent are quite willing that 1 should go to Amel 11.1. London, 9 -The belief of the suffragette indapaiaries t that ujider the "t'at and Mouse" ,ct they were aSBUred of siieecly rclease from prison by hunjjerItrtkinfl and could then, repeat their offense, received a shock tod iv, bj the announcement of the home secretary th.it Miss Richardson who in prison since October tth 011 the charge of arson, and who refuses food, would not be given her freedom Washington q Efforts to repeal the tariff hull clause, providing foi a per 'rut, tariff discount on imp >its iii American ships met a setback to day with the return to the city of Rep tentative Underwood. He said "The tariff bill now is a law and I am for t ie bill n it t,1 Iid?/]^^^_______ B B -—— B Ms



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I „ %  ,,H ir rtgirreetra Pain il| t in ist Cor .1 1 .i r. 1 HE T R I II U NE -u. 1 1 158 in u, ,•„ £ '•"-;," .t|..M!,el.„r,| B hall ,7 %  t vision bcks „„„ h „, Vi ,, for toaothM at .(I 'health' for Babies fed on the "Allenpu? '}"*£*' "tibiliiy. ^/_, , '• > *wwi invariably, thrive 'well %  = !" 5 j; %  ::.':; %  s = i.. %  *,..• „„.„ i-e co^tfition ^^. '."." %  •' will remain „ ,*^~,, *'ft the co Millennium, (III 0 '. %  the h '. n '" 1 MM; HI., ,, f ,;|, v %  %  '"> us when the .,-I.''M,S-V:M,, Heaven with bii %  ,..,;,,, ;' %  %  gospel : ,!;;, e,i J" unith M WM l*erlaftg* ,-|k, LctS fr '"" 'htglor; .f II,p ,,r" •TW*J'P*hl rf further t „..,„ ,„ shall • %  %  •U'.l. whom u ] sh ,H cnnpm with ti.,. ; ;: '£ ffiuH Past and .-,11 *, ., rmiHtrn p r | rr District ..1 •ri of I :. %  ; ..,. ,-, R W PKUCIURI c ham .V, •',,, \r._ : IQ n NO II |i per S --hat weJ %  >|.ii / i I I. US A I Sin ( F !• i : VI 1 '" Kinj< \|.|,i, v .1 \^. r.. S\I\I') &. i o. i : I %  •' Exoursion WpRANCES I 'sail for Harbour Island ' ly-nighf, OcTo~irer ""£ ;,t " Leaves Harbour Island, f p.m. Sunrent-Shillings Round I'.-in PaWlculars and I ickets I I I JA\ 0 ; ., 1913. II I FOR S \!.|. iiiiditin 'IT yvH, %  -. ly. I'RlCl'.Y. '• -nirs. || 1 I. ( llll. i %  %  V;;'' ,! '' %  " : 'in a A hire ||. II. 1. M w )V Iribuiif'(1 STANDARD OIL COi Casollne Dtatoa rYoGall6ns. h Vh if. 1. I*. s. (ll ,:i [rrival "Fran 1 I Only Five Drums each wet -•••.• . ive ijrums ea 22cts. ":, GAM T %  re in heaver n I th •ill be I e condition ,.,f 1 %  ,— ..,,.5, ernptitd 4I Mtinbabitanti It '""• M f*.thrown when it* II %  %  1: 1.1 1 team Warned. A MI'I, l!\ l \| X V | ''•"<• for, and dnvi | <>f Mule-. I. S. 10 iVv.v co. IO tolMi 6th, : 11 ;. Fresh Just Atyiivea O NlOMSEBbs from 1 -.,-, ti %  ndalloih ; AT! I lOTlig,. 199 ''>y,.S;. : 1 -t ./' rtly <' %  I Notic IJ ~ ''""•'mn.l ||,r I'ubltc !/HirOld>iand" Hini.no ,.\ f t s ., r ||s uki '"'V'"''' I" Mtiify <„„ nod ,., "•"''.''"H n^t wecMeuit >.„.. i. ( h 1.11 I'. !i\ PJ-V, • . L'Nb>;Rs ,i \< 111 1 M|> 'I" inform ,. v P.iron, j'"; 1 ; Public in %  ,| | n-d mv Puhlic ''"Hi Shop; and ani l'.'-"' 1 ' in the lihe oi •'' "i"""i new work Horne ^"" i l : Ally. All work done P. V PluvlfT, _. '"' Mi •• 1 ., fWbnrf T lie S '' l '1 "^ l • • itifythfl I li iv.appoirtie I I n'slia 'lihlic "" 'i 1 h-ive uppoirlled I %  '! y. H %  %  Pl Sandilanda Vill m > A.ttornt) and 10 art For %  ., I with n.y wtfej during %  nc from theColony r '• BWTHERL^D ROLI 1. October 6, 1913. L I 1



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03 o X, 7) w gi,' S Nvil!lvis addictus jurnre In v'erba mauiar,i. Being bound to "wear lo the Dogmas >f no Master .i '" '* vqu v. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday. • October III/ •! i' 1 II. 1913 No. 270' U'"\'iH II. I I P i c II, %  i I %  I l!l ISHEU U M '.. I %  i : liuglecupy Tuesday rtiui i>dai < '' % %  • : ir\i Ageekl) thl) terli HalfVe.rl. V.11IV !' i YVI'I I I V \ IIV \ M'l A'hertisin -i.v in nl I >ri nif fot first insertion er line 1 jCl Mil 1 I — %  I %  line foi u Advertisement* uudei etirbl I I'.'lilor "Tn 1 IIIII.'" Sir , %  Since discussing the subject "f tile Millennium ime! n r i ... %  e t ity l 1 ill. se i I..I have i<-qm -i' d i'i •! I'IImallei | lesenti d ha wruti n up .11 (I published. \\'g therefore .f|.-r lite ful •> ing fm publication in ihe" I Him ••." I ins -ii i'i ni the M i'-:i num is agitating the n.i Hl(if i v II .II l liiislnm II itHIIII, Mm \ Imve .in idea ili.it n M|(ni< fir;i p.-i inl in i,., .| nl |„. ,,,. ,,i Hi's world in n inch nun' III" n iHoiiS Will In ..", tn War, Mini in i ci >* ih disband ihen HI %  l.i\ aside iheii ^ nstlj l>->111< ships niiil'o.i i:pv IHI-.I li lie .in.I -II, i IJH in more |ie icelul pursuits, I I -mil' i s nl the different <"inr iiiste.nl nf liei IIK ii^.-i I |MI Aexpons "I dl -II I. Will liemployed II na rl implement! it nil in tinpuisun nl |"' II I'n i, MJ. P.Jying Vi i : -I 'u lien •• v .l I he Millnnniii n we h*v • i '•in %  to a period of iMfe \ mus iinl \ i :i' -. I iiis per od of tun'thus desig tiat.-d, is -|, |,en ,,f HI only one chapter m the Bible, Hie twentieth chapter of Revelation, Here it is mentioned six times in only seven verses. From reading the nineteentli chapter of Revelation it ran %  i-iK be keen tli.it John is looking ., llou II (:.' I W.'.l III I'f li!"' Ill 111" great event of Christ's second com n .HI I littells in the i wi'n'. h ipti i, some nl iii" events thai v\ ill takp p II e -ii that time. In the • %  i %  -e i,f tliiueniit ih i i, ipte lie says hi c e iii %  II and \a\ hold i f thai old sei |'"i '. "' 1 'i '..I anil Satan, .'i d i.i.ul lum i tliiin years I his is Ihf Iii-' place in \\ Inrli iii-':. I, ami it is in I I to fhe hindfng "f Satan. y that tins same ;,ngel i .is! iii.' Devil into n place called the ho:Ioiuless |n' where lie -lii'iilil I Ii.' could II the nations for mirilummil \, %  ,i.: bul -ifi"i (lie one tlioii, l II ivei li % %  ii.i in111,i-i %  i lot it little ,i'i'. I iius we -• %  that' the -rl ii' I i i ii < tins '.IN i nl is mentioned it is in c.iii eel itii ind it is no wondei t ha I people think I I %  t when he is I' tinci and shut up ft f \ e a is ihere will be ;i t cjj II of peace during tlial time, sine lie is t lie on,' responsible for .ill the -i' ife MI (lie rid. In tii" next v A -s • I ihti ii is c ist li eyes from iii" h i ling "f Sat in i" t he -1 int, %  '. Iio ii i ime are I mded safely in li nnd he says Insees i'nII seated upon judgment thrones, and i mj i ive I reign with Christ i I %  us ind ye.it % S.i dm ing I >i iii %  i it Satan is hou id ind si nl up, imts .H gnini! >\ ih i in i-t. I rltrt tlien conskrers tfie other %  ''-if pegain until the iiiui-s in l v-1'are f< u-i.i1 Sn tluriii'j ih it !>• i ii "i -I I v • iiII which Satan is Iwiutid ind -Imt up ,-i;i,l the ..nits reign ptiilt Christ, i • icked ,1-nl live not, I'he fifi li I ime t fie Millennium tmen. 11. wed iin the sixth eeree, where it is ngairi brought t" view in con. necli 'd wit-h the' righteous, wh i i i i -.'il -it the first n surreeliiw, wliii-li is at iii,coming "f .lesus. .in: Igain li • s.ivs. that lli-v -liill reign with Jesus a thousand years. I In-i\th ;iinl last timethis period is mentioned is in the seventh V, I-Iwhich says of Satan that at the end oJ the thousand years he is |0 he loosed out of his prison, win h iJio-scconil versV shoW's wil.1 beaoly foi a little -c-.lil. '" ( \"W it inot necessary to nre,seni .%  i.v .nun in-lit tn ihe readers ol tinart n : if,, to piove ifh r, nUhre Irving in tli", ,la-t days rrf this 1 h's history. It i-' true tha't Ifvete'lire win-e -.offers, as P"er tells it-, win. ri-e up w.lnn one men! torts ning of J,esus,.and say, "W ht ie iihe pi,em-, ni IIis ing ? for Mil' the laihers fell asleep, all ttivi gs continue as they were fru,m the hep inning of creation. "Mut tinm.'l'iriiv of thinkin.: i"-' pi-, ai least, CM see md realize the signs in h*.iven above and in Hi,' •%  r h beneath, whii li predict Hit faci thai Lt'iijgs tet testrial will s.ion ce P -ni tells IIin lli-b. o;28 that wh.-n 1 1 .i them shall He, "appeal the second time without sin unto SH! vnt ion" I'HII. n s "i.e." Will He receive unto Himself only lhse who are alive .III.I able t.'. |look for Itij appe iritt i Will 11" riot also raise from tingrava an I ttke unto Himself those wh • h ive lived right. '• msly and .h.,1 in ayes passed?" ^i > %  i ideed, foi we re.ni in I Jl.'.ir. i ;...•! -a ;. that ".is in Adam all die. -H ill ','lirisi nh.ill .ill |i" : alive, Hut .very man in Ins own nrdei: Chrtsi the first fruits, after* Ward thev that are I In is 's..,t hits ling." S we -,e from this' iiiat Corist's pe.iple—wh f ch undoubtedly means the righteous— 4 are to he m id >t I lis comni'/. But we will turn for addin in il instructiriri i %  i I'hese, |; i6l %  /, which s ivs, "l-'.ir the I.ord himself wjfl tie vmd from he iveri with a shout, with the voice of the Wchangel ami with the trump of i'..'l; md Ihe dead in Christ shall rise f r-t.' I'h iwe are told in It I'-nl v ( III ist's people u I o -li .11 n-iHis c uning, I'ait do II t the ", i i''iin<> say thai "as in \-l on all die in it] i inist shall a be m %  'i \v\ e ? !| \nl does not i i iii it ih--\ icked will I. i 'surrecli m i>vetl ,is th • i iglit• \ea I II we fm,I in the fifth %  i i ter of the Gospel by John th'' -'sih and 2 )th verses, I but there is (continurd on fomrli page) '. M


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Nvil!lvis addictus jurnre In v'erba mauiar,i.
Being bound to "wear lo the Dogmas >f no Master
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Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday.
October
III/ ! i'1
II. 1913
No. 270'
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Sir ,
Since discussing the subject "f
' tile Millennium ime! n r i ...
e t ity l1.ill. se i i..i have i<--
qm -i' d i'i ! i'ii- mallei | lesenti d
ha wruti n up .11 (I published. \\'g
therefore .f|.-r lite ful > ing fm
publication in ihe" I Him ."
I ins -ii i'i ni the M i'-:i num
is agitating the n.i Hl- (if i......v
II .II l liiislnm II itHIIII,
Mm \ Imve .in idea ili.it n M|(ni<
fir- ;i p.-i inl in i,.,. .| nl |. ,,,. ,,i
Hi's world in n inch nun' III" n i-
HoiiS Will In ..", tn War, Mini
in i ci >* ih disband ihen hi
l.i\ aside iheii ^ nstlj l>->111< ships
niiil'o.i i:pv Ihi-.i li lie .in.I -ii, i IJH ,
in more |ie icelul pursuits, I I
-mil' i s nl the different <"inr
iiiste.nl nf lieiiik ii^.-iI |mi Aexpons
"I dl -II I. Will li- employed
ii na rl implement!
it nil in tin- puisun nl |"' ii I'n I U|l1 llMIS, ( .
'I lie *\ in1 Mil;, i.imii ii ("Mi's
fioitl inn I.,ii iii\\ <>i in;: ime thousand, and A......>, mj.
P.Jying Vi i : -I 'u lien -v
.l I he Millnnniii n we h*v i
'in to a period of iMfe \ mus iinl
\ i :i' -.
I iiis per od of tun'- thus desig
tiat.-d, is -|, |,en ,,f hi only one
chapter m the Bible, Hie twentieth
chapter of Revelation, Here it is
mentioned six times in only seven
verses. From reading the nine-
teentli chapter of Revelation it ran
i-iK be keen tli.it John is looking .,
llou II (:.' I W.'.l III I'f li!"' Ill 111"
great event of Christ's second com -
n .hi I lit- tells in the i wi'n'.
, h ipti i, some nl iii" events thai
v\ ill takp p ii e -ii that time. In
the i -e i,f tli- iueniit ih
i i, ipte lie says hi
c.....e iii'" ii and \a\ hold i f thai
old sei |'"i '. "' 1 'i '..I anil
Satan, .'i d i.i.ul lum i tliiin
years I his is Ihf Iii-' place in
\\ Inrli iii-':. I, ami it is in
I I to fhe hindfng "f Satan.
y that tins same
;,ngel i .is! iii.' Devil into n place
called the ho:Ioiuless |n' where lie
-lii'iilil I Ii.'
could ii the nations for
mir- ilum- mil \, ,i.: bul -ifi"i (lie
one tlioii-,' l ii ivei li i-
i.i in- 111,i-i i lot it little ,i- 'i'.
I iius we - . that' the -rl ii' I i
iii ,< tins '.in i nl is mentioned it is
in c.iii eel itii ind it is
no wondei t ha I people think i I t
when he is I' tinci and shut up ft f
\eais ihere will be
;i tcjjii of peace during tlial time,
sine lie is t lie on,' responsible for
.ill the -i' ife mi (lie
rid.
In tii" next vA-s I ihti ii is c ist
li eyes from iii" h i ling "f Sat in
i" t he -1 int, '. Iio ii i ime are
I mded safely in li nnd he
says In- sees i'n- ii seated upon
judgment thrones, and i mj i ive
I reign with Christ i I us ind
ye.it ?. S.i dm ing I >i iii!
i it Satan is hou id ind si nl up,
- imts .H......gnini! >\ ih i in i-t.
I rltrt tlien conskrers tfie other
!''-- if pe Hi.- wicked, aIid are dead, '"'I he
ays ili.-v live aol r>gain until the
iiiui-s in l v-1'- are f< u-i.i-1, Sn
tluriii'j ih it !> i ii "i -I I v ii- ii
which Satan is Iwiutid ind -Imt up
,-i;i,l the ..nits reign ptiilt Christ,
i icked ,1-- nl live not, I'he
fifi li i ime t fie Millennium t- men.
11. wed i- in the sixth eeree, where
it is ngairi brought t" view in con.
necli 'd wit-h the' righteous, wh i
i ii-.'il -it the first n surreeliiw,
wliii-li is at iii,- coming "f .lesus.
.in: Igain li s.ivs. that lli-v -liill
reign with Jesus a thousand years.
I In- -i\th ;iinl last timethis period
is mentioned is in the seventh
V, i-i- which says of Satan that at
the end oJ the thousand years he is
|0 he loosed out of his prison, win h
. iJio-scconil versV shoW's wil.1 beaoly
foi a little -c-.lil. '" ( '
\"W it i- not necessary to nre,-
seni .- i.v .nun in-lit tn ihe readers
ol tin- artn:if,, to piove ifh r, nUhre
Irving in tli", ,la-t days rrf this1'
h's history. It i-' true tha't
Ifvete'lire win-e -.offers, as P"er
tells it-, win. ri-e up w.lnn one
men! torts ning of J,esus,.and
say, "W ht ie i- ihe pi,em-, ni IIis
ing ? for Mil'.- the laihers fell
asleep, all ttivi gs continue as they
were fru,m the hep inning of crea-
tion. "Mut tin- m.'l'iriiv of think-
in.: i"-' pi-, ai least, cm see md
realize the signs in h*.iven above
and in Hi,' - r h beneath, whii li pre-
dict Hit faci thai Lt'iijgs tet testrial
will s.ion ce
P -ni tells ii- in lli-b. o;28 that
wh.-n 11.- class of people looking for I Inn,
;mi them shall He, "appeal
the second time without sin unto
sh! vnt ion"
I'hii. n s "i.e." Will He receive
unto Himself only lhse who are
alive .iii.i able t.'. |look for Itij
appe iritt i Will 11" riot also raise
from tin- grava an I ttke unto Him-
self those wh h ive lived right.
' msly and .h.,1 in ayes passed?"
^i >- i ideed, foi we re.ni in I Jl.'.ir.
i ;...! -a ;. that ".is in Adam all die.
-H ill ','lirisi nh.ill .ill |i" :
alive, Hut .very man in Ins own
nrdei: Chrtsi the first fruits, after*
Ward thev that are I In is 's..,t hits
ling." S we -,e from this'
iiiat Corist's pe.iplewhfch un-
doubtedly means the righteous4'
are to he m id >t I lis com-
ni'/. But we will turn for addi-
n in il instructiriri i i I'hese, |; i6-
l /, which s ivs, "l-'.ir the I.ord
himself wjfl tie vmd from he iveri
with a shout, with the voice of the
Wchangel ami with the trump of
i'..'l; md Ihe dead in Christ shall
rise f r-t.' I'h i- we are told
in It I- '-nl v ( Iii ist's people u I o
-li .11 n-- i- His c uning, I'ait do
ii t the ", i i''iin<> say thai "as in
\-l on all die in it] i inist shall
a be m 'i \v\ e ?!|\nl does not
i i iii it ih-- -\ icked will I.
i 'surrecli m i- >vetl ,is th i iglit-
\eaiii we fm,I in the fifth
i i ter of the Gospel by John th''
-'sih and 2 )th verses, I but there is
(continurd on fomrli page)
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T
~nt
Zbe tribune
Saturday, October II. 191%
U' t, ,1 III i.l, U M
. a a
far more cautiously and grudg-
ingly than the Americans are
doing this sear.
All these'things must be very
trying to the nerves of Tariff
Reformers:
In Nassau, Protectionists were
verv confident id the justice of
their cause, and the scorn which
ihcv poured on Free Traders
was verv lavish. Nowadays the
note of confidence is missing,
and the -corn has taken t>> itself
f\nw n aw.iv. C<>bden
lint
fight in vain after all
j
It is a custom .....
Ten years agtf, Mr. Chamber-
lain launched his "TanIT Re-
form" policy. After he had come
out of the llalfour Muiistrv, he
went on a tour as, to use'his
own staking phrase "a Mission-
ary of Empire. On October 6th
'^espoke att Glasgow and wm, aml fl,
vflh3fS fWt v""':l-lK|^!M,landV,ll,.T
visited dreenock, Newcastle
Liverpool and other places.
sir JbHrj Simon, the Solii itor
General, intends to celebrate surWinii nowT'at St.'I>ZWlZ
i.e ttfntb anniversar) of the drw/for-members of the .Medical
cnaniherl.un pilgrimage, by ; Profession to attend an evensong
|>eak.nS tins month and at the! ,d Sermon on the is. .f S
beginnihgofNovemteratGlas-i'Lake's Day. Following tins
row, Newcastle, Birmingham precedent the Bishop In- asked
and uwrpbok^The day ap- Rfv. p D. Lampen to piefirh to
pontedforth* Glasgow speech ,h* Medical Ftfcultv. and others
.s the Oil, October wind, <, ,, FridayOct, 17th, at 7 p.rn,,
to Mr. ChamberlanVs bnl the subject o! 'Science- and
visit to Glasgow on cti. i i, tober
1993.
The logic of events, the abilf:
v of Free Trade speakers, and
Religion," The present e of .1
is 1 ordially invited;
1 he M< itor "I' 1 in'cs E" ar-
the.commoti.9nse f dK> British!'rived iron. Miami yesterday
1 people, have sorely battered the bringing mails and passengers,
policy which goes bv the name* 1 o
-f'Tariir Reform:' Forelgn m;il also mails f. r
me hatred of the poorer hiauUaand Long Cavlobe 1
'lasses for the food tax.- has ,,,.,,! vi;i \|i;mil ,., |-, .
damaged the cause more than |, \ will I.e made up and rln
auytiung. I his aversion f
f
while the body was carried into and character that would
church "Nearer my God to Thee' made him such"
As the body ..-nt.'fd, the rector The I.'ibiariaii sa\s."It will
of St'. Cyprian, Episcopal comfort YOU Ul, sour.sorrow lam
church of the town of Hampton. | sure to. feel that Alfred life has
n West Indian ami a' fnend of.counted for something here, and
the deceased; began (lie service [has been a help and inspiration
of the l-".pis op 11 CndpcK. to a 11.of us who knew him."
The boys ff the" choir Bang The Asst. Librarian savs -
"For all the Saints who from We hase lost one of the dear-
their lal.ours pest," and '.'P 11 e, 1 St truest boys that ever lived.
perfect Peace." uiq vyefeej that,his loss to us
Mi. Chit le-ster, the mi rjmei persooalh, and to the student
chaplain spoke verj beautifully jbpdvasa whole., is uicalcula-
of Horton's life at Hampton -Ible/'
his earnestness his faithfulness Anothei \\ 111. r. -"Von should
and his Christian character. Mr. not, weep,pvei such a life gojog
Ha'iiilton thr Rector also said I n I I-m\ ! ,bu| hvl happr in
a/few words. i.the {bought that such a pure
Thr choir sang "Ne^arei mv|life was given us gs a splendid
Clod to Pliee," and the i.d\ I example jo huodreds of young
ya taken from the chinch and
the long procession followed it
to the littleschnpl cerni (ery on
the edge of the grounds.
The coiiiii was black cloth
with silver handle ; on it vvasa
people who ljnerV him loved and
respected him."
\nothei. "Hegave promise
of such a iroog manhood, but
l'iod ha, .ailed h 1 pi to higher
work." And sttfl another.- 'I
threat Wreath of svlnte roses, a have,.watqhed hjs progress tins
mass of pink ones, and l year and have sp o/ten Ihoughi
other flowers; behind wajked f what a sulerjd^d, prornjsi.ng
ill bearers, school hovs all he was and Imv proud llamji-
paii pearers, school hoi -
and 1 nn' a companion of I foi tons
Then came two colour :
with tin- stiiis and stripes
of blue
ton would be of fi'iu and
work aftei le iving here."
h.s
Is
came
v, e arp vei. pleased t" record
th- the t---11; 11 11 \ w.- quote above,
and
the Chainberlainites tooffei vtv
mall tiye dtitir*
1
n anufa mrer. \'hr .-,,,
uitei has rinde the siipi
gain to the agricultural ml
ill ision bv gi'ttin- the que tii
>"i food taxes indefinitely 1
poned. Thus the farmer it drs
ted, and one great arnumenl
for Imperial Preference falls to
the groundJ ,
1 he unwonted prosperity of
British trade-arid tne phenomen-
al decrease of unemployment
have smitten the argument for
taxes on manufa tun ;
thijfh. The industries which 1
' amberlain in terrifj ing Ian.
gunge selected as "going" or
from England,
ai o'clock a.m.
.*
.1 BI I VRV.
1>jeii \i 1 l;impttn Normal
and Agri'ultui In-'
i lampton, Ya.. I *s .\ oil
Monday j >Ni Septeirtbei 1913,
at ou'e p. in. A.LPRK [1 I loR I on m
the j.uid S'-ar.of hit age adopted
s !! of Mrs Hem 1 Clai !;,
Market Street, S. Gram \J iwo.
( >n Saturday morning
ult. Mr-. Clarke received a cable-
gram informing liertti it 11 irtdh
ssas very ill, on Monduy '1110111
ing a second one infi n m I hei
(ha' he wn .1 and there was
no'lio^r. 111 the afternoon a 'and
one informed her thai lie died
;it doe o'clock. I le was buried
all
ers
e ll K d colot
and white ; behind
battalion, to the; high 1 liara
Affr the service wan.over., the bility of Mr.. Uprtpn, :-' was
m.nde I" l,i|>s" and 1 |*fi ' i.al j I >wn to ps having
I.....n vn 1 ill b 1 ry of-
Morton entered Harnp'on ""w "I thp.eipp
.1 ip 1 :
'..... ..
frorn fi-achei lind h f, but highls
reditahli 1 ,t I lamptoa
mn) erve as ifi nn entive to
Othei Btil a 1.1 1- to "" aiM.I d 1
I he I 1 me i.-ndeis i1 .sm
p;ith. tn Mrs. Clark pnd vflw
relative's
1 .!,;', .:, ;i lb' his nn
bilii'. '1 .f character and promise.
I 1 I iiumiaiifj ml ivs "I
' '..,,'.. ,|| || ,v
ma le .1 -nl'iidid 1 1 I it
lid
I l.imin .11 I le is heliwed
. i)o,l\
is.i v'nin
gone from England, such as
of rinptnte and Iron and in the school cemetery with
Sir. I and Cotton hase flourish the hoiiouis of tie- school.
ed as much as any, The Funeral At 3 p. m. the
'"iinans is growing restive "Summer battalion" of students
in us tariff bonds,and the Unit With the band all in b.....
1 (1 States (' mi :... ted and white trous wcr I a ivn
a law cutting down ihe duties up in line faring the church
in many cases aad putting blocks I While the people, students
of the necessities 1 tin and others, were gath n*1 in
free list. The British Parliament the chinch, the band pla ed
began itspn towards Free "Safe in the Arms of Jens." .
1 iade in the "Hungry forties" "The Sweet Bye and Bye," and 1 possessed the qualities of mind
b>
a hen. I le
111 111 1 .| \ >i . high
Hi.'ll e ! : tllif sf|OWS !lll! lie ItBS
'' '.. .1111 -. I
I'd \ K-iate Commit
-.1\ s.
II.> I
an I has dUne <-\i eedlngli well
sin i< 11. been here 11 has
ipad in..a, fi (--a I a : |i 1
sin u I ambitious vouu^
ni.in."
\ ii .a hei vs rites "I le openh
acknowledged his l.oid thei
at the Ii" nnnlng of Ins 11.imp
ton life and has been a faithful
outspoken Christian ever since"
"If Alfred's had lived I pelieve
he Would have become one of
our leading graduates for he
CQM\)'JNIGATD.)
MM^K-IAdi:
srvi.is nA\ is Oq Wed-
lesd 1 last, 1 st of Qci
' at v Matth. vs Church, at |
l>.\i> one of the most faslii innble
weq lings ql ;ii- |eason tn >k
place, when Miss Antoinette
Davis, eldest daughV 1 of Mr. J.
W. Davis, well known Merchant
olthis t0\n, .v m inairied to Mi
Percy A. Styles son <>f Capt. W.
P Styles, al| 1 of this town, The
Bride was tastefully decorated
in silk embroider" cj n/'. wh.ii h
presented a .....st charming ap-
pearance.
Ihe Bride was given awav by
her father Mr, J. \\. Davis. Mr.
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riifl T'Rifrt t>rpj
A. IlKemp acted as Hest Man,
,-Jm Messrs. C. Hartingtnn Uee
vaa ami John F.. Sobers as Mas-
I I' rs of kCererriiJi)y.Mr. Waller
Hethel Jr. presided at the organ.
The service beuig conducts I In
the Rey. W. S, Lovejlj Aftoi the
service the; Rev, Loveli address
ed tip" rnarried couple m a very
pleasing and.instructive manner have .1
pointing out to tham tie- 1
, .inwhiclijthey should live, dwell
ing 'lnefly on the point of for-
giving nfi,> another. Among
those heiag present at the cere
rnonVj were Mr. R, Whejitley
'I'urtle. Cashier>Baqk of Nassau,
and Mrs. Turtle, Misses Jean
. ami I l.i/.-i turtle, Mr. and -Mrs
K V. V. "jutton, ami .Mr. Frank
,lh'liues.
The following is a list of
Iding i'>esi.iit-.
Ml. .111.1 Mis. J. \V. |..,V;.. |',|
rpOOl Sail ; Mr. ,,i|,t .\|,s. K'. Wli. ;,l
1 v I mile, Chi que n\\ I m ,
til.I-- c luili ; Mr. ami Mis. I-;. |.,
iBuwen, mIvc-i n.i|>kiii ring*; Mr.
Frank Holme... I iInhk Cli mdeliei ,
Mr I'.. 1'. p| ,: iovhIIp, Srivei rhni
i'-il ; Ml C 11. IfiMVf., mi >,\v,>,
.t.- 1 > N>n|; Mi. A K->i|., Cheque :
Lanes and alleys the accumula-
ted trash and rubbish of years
-ml expect the-'Health Authori-
ties -to remove it. When house-
holders keep their premises 111 a
disgustingly filthy condition,
their yardi strewn with empty
beer holt Irs, irl H. isk-, did shoes,
i' top iron, -tove pipe which hev
right to' do, and the
I lealth Authorities say "No '
you havent." ami they hearken th
them, th 'ii when the) obey
and clean up. the II. \ must
1 aUU i'ie til -11 and rubbish to
lie ienii >ved." Fhis is a vei \' good
: 1 anie thete is sound
sensr in it. And that is pis!
what th.-. 'Vigil tnce of the C M.
') and the Sanitary Inspector 1-
causing lob* done Will tI'Wisp,
follow ini-j? It is n(it the duty of
11 A. toremi >\ a, out toi a
to be reunvd. The people win,
have h"en if) I with the
trash and ruble- 1 about t
must ran me it, and the II. A.
lias to see tllH-. It Is dune.
Let me in a w.i\ !.._: (he
question, Is the public Scaven
ger expected to do it as'a pan ol
suppose they will be removed
before nightfall.
I de-ire especially to inform
Will O'Wispand others who are
Hot.acquainted with the duties
of the scavenger, that he is com
pelled to remove "yard and
kitchen sweepings' only," not all
sorts of rubbish', Hut he does
notwithstanding, and so [ s'ing."
"Kor he is a jolly good fellow
That nobody i-,n\ deny
With ., hip.'hip, hip. bun.,h"'
\s. 11 irens, we should bless the
C. M.O. tic- S. I. ami the I'. S.
Yours
SOUTHERN CRdSs
y
bVliY GRAY-WILSON
SUliS \I.\V HAVEN ROAD
A ELOWER SPRVICE
\\7"il.L Uf held at St, Joseph'*
\\ \. M. E /mn I Mum h <>n
Sunday 13th at.p loin theaf.teruooii
All friends are cordially invited
to be pre put
A Si vei Cull; i ti.m wil] be made,
CAHLEi lit VMS
New-York, October 3 -Lady for thee
Sibyl Gray-Wilson issuing the affairs."
Mis. .1. An.l.-ivei. I"' 1 -1 1- ; '.,,.,< lo- omtiact ? Would thai !
Wei ^' M 1 |J I IV. \ I mi ,.:,,, >Or I I I 1 11. A.
\\......V8" >|U'' "*ki fnS; , .. ,., i| at tliecostol the pub
T\i K7,,';-:,lvi xl i i wtud.thni i* Fail pv?
..Hid Mi-. 1 l k !,-:, H.rilcit.1 ..,, \l |, X keepfjMs prem.ses as purans
Mrs s. 11. fi..i.fi. |.- >.-, '\|,- 'W.HSChaste as snow, B. does
J-oi I'urtle}, 'Cake Sand;' M.* "' " :""' wlw '"' |s >>pelW
II../el luiHe, ( imI i,,.: \|,_ to. do it, h"M.ili;s, and calls out
Olaucfl Dillel.paii ( ....... p>rceie;|'!fa'i p^'v!"
;' ' '. v >hnn ij I
1 ' I p.ir. JiiH/waVtli
* I \
1 1 ' 'i. I.....- III s ,-- ,,, 1 ,., .
ue;W ,| m,s. ,.. ,,v: ;''- ...-'; 'V""
inn v...... \u, .,,,,1 \i,s r \ ,n "" M he,snn ^'sh.rian,
S.pith, rii-up, .,,1 i .,!.,.;' \|,' |' and that ac,,.nuts foi all h-
1. Snbem, < \i,s, m,,,, He says inter alia, "I cannot fe-
.\l .tiii-i, -mIv.-i vase; \b. md \i.s. HMmfaiei ihe day when there ap
i..\is. c '.,!<,. st.,M.i .. 1,<-! peered such hideous .mount
I cm disli ; \l n lol,. ., 1.....(< juf trash and rubbish m (he
I in j hjandkerchWi; Mi I-1..-- ' streets of the southern district'^
.nee su,..:l,a,j |,,,r v,s,.s; \J, ,.d Well 1 can H (-hIm Hat | do
ift.^^a^ift'W ru"mlr '",l m\ ]rsxuu ,,-*>
,.,,., q |t saw he..,,- andheapsirt the
a v Vo \ a Haven and
Hartford RailroadCnhipany for
injuries she received W the wreck
on that r-orfd al WalUngford ("t.
TJie l< t thai Lady Gray-Wil-
-on, w 110 is the daughter of the
Pormei gtw tmpr general of the
Ii lliam 1 Is' ,uds, was one of the
111 my victniis in the wreck in
which )z persons losi their lives
September a last, was not
An until yesterday, When she
I suit I ir |i5.obb damages;
Shi de lares she was ihjured in-
ternal!) ahd h 1- been a a tvous
vo k II .1 culent.
October nth 10,1 ;.
Dumb'., c, -Win-t.m, Churc-
hill first Lord of the Admiralty,
speaking as the mouthpiece ol
the government here tonight,
denned the Irish question. He
said:
"We intend to create and set
up an Irish parliament,surbord:-
nate to the Imperial Parliament,
with a responsible executive,
oiulut of purely Irish
thrift Church, Cathedral.
9. ink 's L've.
FRIDAY. 7 p.m.
Sermon by
Rev. C. Dudley Lamport
BlI roquo%i of iho Bishop
SVBJCCTi
JCIKNCE.r\d RK.1.IGION.
........ .'.-', I'll! \ ,| ,,-v I ... 1. ,
Ms...-, Henna, Pnc parlou. i,' u,'-",l;l District. And ,whv
sji^l A. Kerr, Fanny, Yucca worlri *hould thaynot ,have been? I
supposed they had been pl.tred
there lor the. purpose of d bfinc
1 1 1 d.>. R, Ma 1I1 'j aw>
l \ke,
nth (let, 1..1 j.
The Editor of tin- 'fcibune
Sir,
Will ( I Wisp ill oiuuion with
"Hens of ins kind, appear to
labour undei a misapprehension
oj what constitutes "lau play."
It he wiac to he Baked to write
an essay on l-au I' 1.1 \ 1 pnagia*
he would be^ui with something
like this: :'We all like fan play.
What is fair play ? It is housn
holders, putting into the streets,
c 11 ted Hway. I s.i , in ;|,.. (jltN
> I'liuis, and Pridai last sen,- '
lardepu its aba 'lute -ai t loads
Bui ire they there now, to
No Ihey have been carted
1 \ c Is 1 w them being so cai t
ed. Who l.v ? f'lie s.-awiii,', 1, anil
he- hi'iiS.-ll BUpCI vi sin"; 1 i. ,,d', ',|
,S> aveugei!
I I saw to-day opposite lo a
residence in one of the princi-
pal streets of the Citv three
barrels and some other p
ages of rubbish of all sorts. I
L
Moonlight Musical
WILL \:\ IIU.D ON I III-:
Manse Lawn
On TUESDAY, Htli.
Nra. F. J. Pn.n*. Mrs. R. W. Brace
4nJ mhrti s will pur icip >te In
r.e I'. ". .\ mi 11.-.
I.lghl H.1-I1 niliin no. will be void
AdmliNiom One Shllllnn.
tialea open at 7.50
Art Enteptainmant
CONSISTING Of
Songs, Drills,
Tirbleaus, Dialogues, &c
Will l>eglve\j by the S.-li..l.i. of
Wnnlry >iniliiv School
at iho S< lioiil 11,.mi
On WF.UNESDAY next I5(h inal.
Doors opened al 7 p.m.
Admission': Adults od, and Is.
.Children half price.
The- Public art> cnrdlially invited
Mr Churchill went orj to point
out that within (two ya us, that
is. before the home rule bill, can
l>e fully operative, there must
be a general election; If the
i '.iionists wo,-, that election it
would be open to I hem to re-
peal the home rule. ,
Mr Churchill said the claim
of Northeast Tlster for, spe
cial consideration for itself was
a claim which, if put forward
in sincerity and not as a wreck
in"; manoeuvre, could not-bepg-
norad by the Liberal party.
Paris, <) -Mrs Panlchurst has
made all plans for departing for
New York iatili I WhP ml
'oil s- ;.; id toilti
I . B I
.,'' i u lllvl !...-.!..
lectures in Rngland, They
knew I wa bi uning to th a '.'on
tinent are quite willing that 1
should go to Amel 11.1.
London, 9 -The belief of the
suffragette indapaiaries tthat uji-
der the "t'at and Mouse" ,ct
they were aSBUred of siieecly rc-
lease from prison by hunjjer-
Itrtkinfl and could then, repeat
their offense, received a shock
tod iv, bj the announcement
of the home secretary th.it Miss
Richardson who in pri-
son since October tth 011 the
charge of arson, and who refus-
es food, would not be given her
freedom
Washington q Efforts to re-
peal the tariff hull clause, provid-
ing foi a per 'rut, tariff dis-
count on imp >its iii American
ships met a setback to day with
the return to the city of Rep
tentative Underwood.
He said "The tariff bill now
is a law and I am for t ie bill
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Exoursion
WpRANCES I 'sail for
* Harbour Island
' ly-nighf, OcTo~irer
"" ;,t Leaves
Harbour Island, f p.m. Sun-
rent-Shillings Round I'.-in
PaWlculars and I ickets
I I I JA\
0 ; ., 1913.
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' Iribuiif'(1
STANDARD OIL COi
Casollne
. Dtatoa rYoGall6ns.
h Vh if.1. I*. s.(ll
. ,:i [rrival "Fran 1 I
Only Five Drums each wet
-. . ive ijrums ea
22cts.
":,
GAM
T
re in heaver *n I th
ill be I e condition ,.,f 1 ,..,,.5,
" ernptitd 4I Mtinbabitanti It
'"" M f*.thrown when it*
II 1:
1.1
1 team
. Warned.
AMI'I, l!\ l \|XV|
''"< for, and dnvi |
<>f Mule-.
I. S. 10 iVv.v co.
IO tolMi 6th, : 11 ;.
Fresh Just Atyiivea
ONlOMSEBbs from 1.-.,-,.ti
ndalloih ;
AT! I lOTlig,.
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rtly <'
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Notic .
IJ~ '- '""'mn.l ||,r I'ubltc
!/HirOld>iand J7:" P K.m. B-, si ..
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"! V'MES \. EVANS
[,"V'K'1 |,,K A^U JOINER
601 .,f .very dei
I urn prepared l<,
ff'eai ,i, r. ,,,,,.
1 >" Hini.no ,.\f,t s.,r ||s uki
'"'V'"''' I" Mtiify < nod ,.,
""''.''"H n^t wecMeuit >...
i.
( h 1.11 I'. !i\ pj-v,
' L'Nb>;Rs
,i
\< 111 1
M|> '- I" inform ,. v P.iron,
, j'";1 ;'" Public in -------,|
| n-d mv Puhlic
''"Hi Shop; and ani
l'.'-"'1 ' in the lihe oi
'' "i""- "i new work Horne
^""i'l": -.....Ally. All work done
P. V PluvlfT,
_. '"' Mi 1 ., fWbnrf
T
lie S'',"'l'-1
"^ l itifythfl
I li iv.- appoirtie I I n'slia
'lihlic
"" 'i 1 h-ive uppoirlled I'!
y.H ' Pl Sandilanda Vill
......,m> A.ttornt) and 10 art For
., I with n.y wtfej during
nc from theColony
r' ' bWtherl^d ROLI 1.
October 6, 1913. '
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