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I 1 u L i' H i i, i; w. government has deeded to e*tabI'sh an op.um monopoly in Hong. 00 t?atthee*pirationofthe present agreement. London, ri-The doctors of London Lave been made tha first ,nM ,T S t f t ,,,e v *">ce of tha mlant suffragettes, whose a.-^er has been aroused by (ha decision ,of ^•K, 0 "< e J secre,arv *o resume forcible feeding of hunger strikers. A Band of women raided I larley -lret, a dictr.Vt almost wholy oocup,ed by medical specialists, ana smashed windows right and The secretary of (he womans umonsays todayiaHacli is merely a commencement of the womens protest agamst forcible feedmg. Panama, ii.-The|Ci unl>„a I I >• last artificial barner toactuai communication between the Mian•cand Pacific Oceans by way of the canal was re„, in twain by the hand of President Wilson th! •Hteinoon. W •imingtoo, North Carolina, ".—Considerable has been done to shipping in this y.ci ""> y st rni which late to-day "as central off the I arolinas. The '' %  ""''•"ice less intensity "" that which swept the South Atlanticcoastafaw days Mexico, ii.-One hundred and en members of the chamber of feputies were arrested to-night and ^inther^nitentiary.Thear. '"followed a demand by Presi aent Huerta that the chamber withdraw the resolution which earned the threat that thefrieputies ^"^ %  bandon th. capital ov tojjok of guarantees for ,1,,; me^K'T' "--Thelfinal argu"Wnts by counsel in the ht Soap. After you have used it in your wash, you will always remember to say Sunlight Soap It will Income a friend in the home. You won't forget it, and you will never be without it. LEVER BROTHKRS LIMITED, Port Sunlight, England. Moonlight Musical WILL BE HELD ON I III. Manse Lawn Mr.. F. J Paine. Mrs. R.V,. Brace .nu olhorr will participate m the Pro|r&mm. L, Sht Refreshments will be sold Admlision: On .• Sh 11, ,,, N, I'. O. BOJ .. or 'Tribune' I fii STANDARD OIL CD'S Gasoline Drums i io Gallons. Delivered Whnrf J. 1'. Sands on arrival "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. Cash on Delivery. C. C. SAUNDERS. Septemhcr 23, 1913. Nt (HOE F 'RESH FRUIT Just Received pei s S. "Si guranca" Selling 11 R1 \ / IV. 11 Pears. I ilifornin < n apes. Ki A| pies. ;.t \>. I.. SAUNDERS. &. CO. I ) 1. 1 1 ,1> Notice. T HIS is 1,, remind the Public of the 1 lid -land (N.S. Elliot's Jomer Shop East Bay street, which is now under the Managetnenl ol I YMES \. EV W'-s CONTR V( lew AND JOINER l land • %  %  1 nffim n des criptinn, I .in pn pared t" givt \ Hlent noil,-. Best nl refer ences, For turning, etc., see us, W't guai s itisfy you and an confident that we can suit \ Shingles Be il No. 1 Heart -,in. C) pi Shingli • 99.60 per thousand of _*o bundli Discounts on lots of 1 >ver shingles. Special Price also on rheaper grades -also sin. Cypress at *t>.-j2 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a v< ry large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every vreek. C. C. SAUNDERS. u, N. P.. Sept. ."-. M)i3NO IKK. '~pillS is to notify the Public 1 that I unted Elisha A. Roker, of Sandilands Vill 1 to be nn Attorney and to act lor me, along with my wife, during mv Bbst ice from I I 1 ilony. SI rHERLAND ROLI.E. ()<:tobei t>, ; ANOTHKR SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS. Just Received: \17ILLIAMS VV MMSHOEMAN lias just added to his already large supply in the line, English and American I runks. Eglish and American liress -suit I :: (some ol A Inch are in, ahof compress1. Kit Bags, iti heht, Attai 1 %  and toils I I men Bags at Prices mi interesting th in ever. I' rsons on the eve of travelling will do well to visit this !> %  •partment and make %  < election now. WILLIAMS' WHOl BSAI I Wit RETAIL DEPART MENT. 277, 270 Bay-street, Mil 111. 'pi'.XDI.K's. W i| !Vfl | by 1 'I" und I lor the pur'l' ise of n || 1 hat excellent tract of land forming a part 'if the Estate of the I ne Lewii Longobarde, in the East* rr D i the Island, and whii li said tract is now in the occupation %  %  [ 1 \\ Know les Esq. K. W. PRITCHARD. (. Ii.iml" 1 s, Nassau, \ P. 1 tet, 1 tli. 11,13. Wanted A COMPETENT MAM, to care lor, and drive, a team of Mules. J. S. JOHNSON' CO. Octohcr 6th, 1913. Fresh Just Arrived O NION' SEEDS from TenenfT. and all other Vegetable Seed AT TOOTE'S. 490, Bay Street 1 1.



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Nulllus svddictus iMiMiin verba mitri. Being bound to sutsvr to tho Dogmas if no Master VOL. X. N&situ, N. P.. Ba.hn.in&s. Monday. October 15. 191} No. 271 LEON I.. Ii I I I'l ( II, I i paiaios CD a> o 30 (i) > o CO •i-t s OS 0) OrriCI H M A K KKT STRUT I N. I', I'.AIIAMAS. I', K. Bos IS! PUBLISHED DAILY M .i.i.iv, Vadoatdaj and Friday— M'lel, P( |,V .„ I,), 1 Bada> p hui daj iturday— H % %  "!' %  11 | ... id 'Veeklv Monthly ..,,, .. il. f Yenrlv '''• %  ... PA YAM .l ; IN M)\W Ad" %  Six pence par line lor firM inter! ion ; o,,., 'or second irHertioi •. | ei line for tubs qm i i. Advertisements undei eight HnM 4s. COLUMBUS DW h (>. (obei 1913 tCardl 1 Yesterday mr hundred ;IIKI twenty first anniveisary of one of IIK' most impi .1; mi et enn in the history of the western World—we refer t" the din riven ol AMERICA, 'I inBAHAMAS, WAI LING* ISI I II\ the immortal (!i ni ,ese nn\ 1 %  1 lor ( HRISK IPHER COLUMBUS. Last year we inaugurated the nbstrt 1 nee ol the da> in tin -< %  words: "The TBIBUNI putting these several Sugg) SI l< 11-. 1 e\ nlved the idea that nothing could be more tuting inan thai the day on which Columbus discovered the Bahamas, "Columb i Day" should lie chosen, as "Pi Card Day" lor I he re disco vi i v of the Bahamas Nassau) as .1 Winn i res it." I od.i\ should I ic p< isi ing day for en ids for "Post Card \>>\" and we hops tl .-it the response w ill be %  much larger than i,,st year. To mot row we propose giving .•in extract fiom "Popular Met ban* n 1" for ()i ii. with raft nee u> the replica caravels of Columbus. We notice th.it our esteemed contemporary I he Nassau Guar> dian" with us arrogance, with winch it usually, first opposes and ignores everything that does not emanate from its sanctum but Bo* ally claim as its own when lu is assured, is also suggesting an observance of Columbus Day with absolute ignoring of the fact of our previous suggestion, j* 'I be "Frances I" sailj for Mi,urn on Wednesday at 9 a.m. ust< ad of to-morrow. I be time for closing mails to be d< spatched per "Frances E." lias been extend* d to 11'clock a.m. on VVedn 1 5. I he (kctnher w s$n m "f the Supreme Court begins on Wednei 1 ,iii al 10 jo a. m. J* The Mail Steamer "Vigilant ia" a 1 lived in New York at 8 O'I tills 11 I II. 1 gc shipped per Mail Steamer "\ igilancia" bound for New York '• 'in 1913. 70 iiis Shi II*, 6 1 asi Turtle Shell, aoo b iles Sponge, 146 bales Refuse Sponge, 40 hales Songe Clippings, 560 bales Sisaf, 13 bah 1 Sisal Waste, 3336cases Canned Pineapples, 84 boxes Oranges, 331 Iwxes 1 in pe fruit 10 tons I ,ignumvitie. 6a 1 'ow Hides 18 head 1 ireen I urtle, n 1 ties Ha k, s Junk, 1 1,1,1 Old Metal, 5 s Machinery, 6 packages Sun. 1I1 ies. IN THE MAGISTRATES CQURT Septembei so. -(iianville Syuv. nnette—I, Drunk In S (> days, 11 I jnf< profane : at b. me time rind place 14s, 01 is days, 111 Resisting Constable Rnwlings while in tie execution ol Ins duly on sama occasion J.|S. 01 s weeks, Samuel Williams-Breach Board of W01 ki Rules—3s, 6d. J"s. Bain %  Iritto— M, 6d Edward Wallace—Breach Street Traffic Rules—as, 6d. Wm. Henry—Assulting and beating Ann Young—15s, od, and %  I I, cost < %  r j 1 days, Priscilla Bethune Using threats of violence (awards Sarah Cartwright—Distujssed, Soloman Sweet ng— Assulting and heating Theophilus Roker— I'. ned (nl. and as, toward'costs* Julia Rolle—Assaulting RobeYt Buttler and Simeon Rus*el by presenting a loaded gun at them— Fined £\ or 21 days, 30, Daniel Attenborough — Using abusive language towards Constable Graves in Street—ios. %  ii a davs 11. Assultmg Constable Graves in the execution of Ins duty 101 i' 9 d iys, John Marshall I'.reach man's A -i I rismissed, Robt. Walker—Breach I raffic Rules -Dismissed, l'i nice Clarke—Using abusive e towards Coi st.ibln Hunt in tl, 11ion of Ins duty —£t 01 .'i days. Bust ice Bethune—Ditto—16s, or 14 da) Leopold CulmerBreach Street Traffic Rules—as. BY RADIOTELEGRAPH. DrayStreet New York, 1 1 :— Another terrible 111 irina disaster will be recorded 111 the burning and sinking ol the Liner Volturno, of the Uranium Steamship Company, Rotterdam to New York, and the loss of 136 persons who perished with her. She was discovered to be on lire e irlj yesterday morning and the fire had a good starl and was bum. ing fiercely in the hold before it was discovered. The S. O. v Wireless Call for I lelp was sent out and wasnnswered by a number of ships. The ( armania was Bist on the scene but could not approach very doss on account of the heavy sea running. Thanks to the daring and long chances taken by Captain Ban of the 1 armania a greater partofthe Yolturnos passengers and crew were saved. Of the 657 passengers 521 were rescued by different boats. CABLEGRAMS October 13th 1913. London, it.—Joint trade union action that may lead to a national strike not later than 1915. to n force their demands is foreshadowed one of the resolutions passed to lay by the miners federation in conference at Scarborough. Hongkong, II.—TIN Brit!*


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Nulllus svddictus iMiMi- in verba mitri.
Being bound to sutsvr to tho Dogmas if no Master
VOL. X.
N&situ, N. P.. Ba.hn.in&s. Monday. October 15. 191}
No. 271
LEON I.. Ii
I I I'l ( II,
I i paiaios
CD
a>
o
30
(i)
>
o
CO
i-t
s
OS
0)
OrriCI H MAKKKT STRUT
I N. I', I'.AIIAMAS.
I', k. Bos IS!
PUBLISHED DAILY
M ..i.i.iv, Vadoatdaj and Friday
M'lel, P( |,V . I,),
1 Bada> phui daj iturday
H "!' 11 | ... id
'Veeklv
Monthly .......,..,,,
.. il.
f Yenrlv
''' ...
PA YAM.l; IN M)\W
Ad" Six pence par line
lor firM inter! ion ; o,,.,
'or second irHertioi . | ei
line for tubs qm i.....i.
Advertisements undei eight HnM 4s.
COLUMBUS DW
h (>. (obei 1913
tCardl 1
Yesterday mr hundred
;iikI twenty first anniveisary of one
of iIk' most impi.1; mi et enn in the
history of the western Worldwe
refer t" the din riven ol America,
'I in- Bahamas, Wai ling* Isi i
Ii\ the immortal (!i ni ,ese nn\ 1 1
lor ( HRISK IPHER COLUM-
BUS.
Last year we inaugurated the
nbstrt 1 nee ol the da> in tin -<
words:
"The Tbibuni putting these sev-
eral Sugg) SI l< 11-. 1 e\ nlved
the idea that nothing could be
more tuting inan thai the day on
which Columbus discovered the
Bahamas, "Columb i Day" should
lie chosen, as "Pi Card Day" lor
I he re disco vi i v of the Bahamas
Nassau) as .1 Winn i res it."
I od.i\ should I ic p< isi ing day for
en ids for "Post Card \>>\" and
we hops tl .-it the response w ill be
much larger than i,,st year.
To mot row we propose giving
.in extract fiom "Popular Met ban*
n 1" for ()i ii. with raft nee u>
the replica caravels of Columbus.
We notice th.it our esteemed
contemporary I he Nassau Guar>
dian" with us arrogance, with
winch it usually, first opposes and
ignores everything that does not
emanate from its sanctum but Bo*
ally claim as its own when lu
is assured, is also suggesting an
observance of Columbus Day with
absolute ignoring of the fact of
our previous suggestion,
j*
'I be "Frances I" sailj for
Mi,urn on Wednesday at 9 a.m.
ust< ad of to-morrow.
I be time for closing mails to
be d< spatched per "Frances E."
lias been extend* d to 11'clock
a.m. on VVedn 1 5.
*
I he (kctnher w s$n m "f the
Supreme Court begins on Wednei
1 ,iii al 10 jo a. m.
j*
The Mail Steamer "Vigilant ia"
a 1 lived in New York at 8 o'i
tills 11 I II.
1 gc shipped per Mail Steamer
"\ igilancia" bound for New York
' 'in 1913.
70 iiis Shi II*, 6 1 asi Turtle
Shell, aoo b iles Sponge, 146 bales
Refuse Sponge, 40 hales Songe
Clippings, 560 bales Sisaf, 13 bah 1
Sisal Waste, 3336cases Canned
Pineapples, 84 boxes Oranges, 331
Iwxes 1 in pe fruit 10 tons I ,ignum-
vitie. 6a 1 'ow Hides 18 head
1 ireen I urtle, n 1 ties Ha k, s
Junk, 1 1,1,1 Old Metal, 5
s Machinery, 6 packages Sun.
1I1 ies.
IN THE
MAGISTRATES CQURT
Septembei so. -(iianville Syuv.
nnetteI, Drunk In S
(> days, 11 I jnf< profane :
at b. me time rind place 14s, 01
is days, 111 Resisting Constable
Rnwlings while in tie execution
ol Ins duly on sama occasion j.|s.
01 s weeks,
Samuel Williams- -Breach Board
of W01 ki Rules3s, 6d.
J"s. Bain Iritto m, 6d
Edward WallaceBreach Street
Traffic Rulesas, 6d.
Wm. HenryAssulting and
beating Ann Young15s, od, and
I I, cost < r j 1 days,
Priscilla Bethune Using threats
of violence (awards Sarah Cart-
wrightDistujssed,
Soloman Sweet ng Assulting
and heating Theophilus Roker
I'.ned (nl. and as, toward'- costs*
Julia RolleAssaulting RobeYt
Buttler and Simeon Rus*el by
presenting a loaded gun at them
Fined \ or 21 days,
30, Daniel Attenborough
Using abusive language towards
Constable Graves in Streetios.
ii a davs 11. Assultmg Constable
Graves in the execution of Ins
duty 101 i' 9 d iys,
John Marshall I'.reach
man's A -i I rismissed,
Robt. WalkerBreach
I raffic Rules -Dismissed,
l'i nice ClarkeUsing abusive
e towards Coi st.ibln Hunt
in tl, 11ion of Ins duty t
01 .'i days.
Bust ice BethuneDitto16s,
or 14 da)
Leopold Culmer- Breach Street
Traffic Rulesas.
BY RADIOTELEGRAPH.
Dray-
Street
New York, 11:Another terrible
111 irina disaster will be recorded 111
the burning and sinking ol the
Liner Volturno, of the Uranium
Steamship Company, Rotterdam
to New York, and the loss of 136
persons who perished with her.
She was discovered to be on lire
e irlj yesterday morning and the
fire had a good starl and was bum.
ing fiercely in the hold before it
was discovered.
The S. O. v. Wireless Call for
I lelp was sent out and wasnnswer-
ed by a number of ships. The
( armania was Bist on the scene
but could not approach very doss
on account of the heavy sea run-
ning.
Thanks to the daring and long
chances taken by Captain Ban of
the 1 armania a greater partofthe
Yolturnos passengers and crew
were saved. Of the 657 passengers
521 were rescued by different
boats.
CABLEGRAMS
October 13th 1913.
London, it.Joint trade union
action that may lead to a national
strike not later than 1915. to *n
force their demands is foreshadowed
one of the resolutions passed
to lay by the miners federation
in conference at Scarborough.
Hongkong, II.TIN Brit!*


I
1 u
L
i' H i i, i; w.
government has deeded to e*tab-
I'sh an op.um monopoly in Hong.
*00t?atthee*pirationofthe pre-
sent agreement.
London, ri-The doctors of
London Lave been made tha first
,nM,,TStft,,,e v*">ce of tha
ml- ant suffragettes, whose a.-^er
has been aroused by (ha decision,of
^K,0" forcible feeding of hunger strikers.
a Band of women raided I larley
-lret, a dictr.Vt almost wholy
oocup,ed by medical specialists,
ana smashed windows right and
The secretary of (he womans
umonsays todayiaHacli is merely
a commencement of the womens
protest agamst forcible feedmg.
Panama, ii.-The|Ci unl>a I I
> last artificial barner toactuai
communication between the Mian-
cand Pacific Oceans by way of
the canal was re, in twain by
the hand of President Wilson th!
Hteinoon.
W
imingtoo, North Carolina,
".Considerable has
been done to shipping in this y.ci
""> y strni which late to-day
"as central off the I arolinas. The
''""''"ice less intensity
"" that which swept the South
Atlanticcoastafaw days
Mexico, ii.-One hundred and
en members of the chamber of
feputies were arrested to-night and
^inther^nitentiary.Thear.
'"followed a demand by Presi
aent Huerta that the chamber
withdraw the resolution which
earned the threat that thefrieputies
^"^bandon th. capital ov
tojjok of guarantees for ,1,,;
me^K'T' "--Thelfinal argu-
"Wnts by counsel in the impeachment case were deliv
j'davand the decision rests with
the judges of the high court
l he court adjourned until Mon.
THE NEXT TIME
you are buying Soap make no
mistake, but ask for Suulijj>ht Soap.
After you have used it in
your wash, you will always
remember to say
Sunlight
Soap
It will Income a friend
in the home. You won't
forget it, and you will never
be without it.
LEVER BROTHKRS LIMITED,
Port Sunlight, England.
Moonlight Musical
WILL BE HELD ON I III.
Manse Lawn
Mr.. F. J Paine. Mrs. R.V,. Brace
.nu olhorr will participate m
the Pro|r&mm.
L,Sht Refreshments will be sold
Admlision: On . Sh 11, ,,,
HORSE FOR SALE
IS (Itiod inditinn.
Apply,
II. I. RUSSELL.
"The Shamrock"
Cay Street City.
An Entertainment
CONSISTING OF
Songs, Drills,
Tableaus, Dialogues, G*c
Will be givevj by the Scholars of
Wesley Sunday Sch'ool
at the Schoolroom
On WEDNESDAY next |5th IIMf.
Doors opened at 7 p.m.
Admission : Adults 6d. and Is.
Children half price.
The Public are cordially invited.
T
NOTICE.
HIS is to inform my 'retron*
th f Piihlic in General
ami
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anythin| in the line of
General repair or new work Morse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
I'. A. riuvlrr,
4 Ray Street. Last (Wharf;
ELECTRICITY.
II OUSES, Mu--i tips'- PI i' ea and
1 ami Chun lies u ired. (_' m-
trarts taken foi any I 11^ building.
Electric Motors, Fans, Magi
Irons, etc., repaired,
Skillful Automobile and Motoi
Engine repaii ing.
A Chauffeur if required ty nnj
one.
Mechanical Pipe Fitting, etc.
All work satisfactorily done in
a manner to suit the ni"St Critical,
Address IV II. I. \l \s. >N,
I'. O. Boj ..
or 'Tribune' I fii
STANDARD OIL CD'S
Gasoline
Drums i io Gallons.
Delivered Whnrf J. 1'. Sands
on arrival "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
Cash on Delivery.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Septemhcr 23, 1913.
Nt (HOE
F'RESH FRUIT Just Received
pei s S. "Si guranca" Selling
11 R1 \ /
IV. 11 Pears.
I ilifornin < n apes.
Ki A| pies.
;.t
! \>. I.. SAUNDERS. &. CO.
I ) 1. 1 1 ,1>
Notice.
THIS is 1,, remind the Public
of the 1 lid -land (N.S. Elliot's
Jomer Shop East Bay street,
which is now under the Manage-
tnenl ol
I YMES \. EV W'-s
CONTR V( lew AND JOINER
l land 1 nffim n des
criptinn, I .in pn pared t" givt
\ Hlent noil,-. Best nl refer
ences, For turning, etc., see us, W't
guai s itisfy you and an
confident that we can suit \
Shingles
Be il No. 1 Heart -,in. C) pi
Shingli 99.60 per thou-
sand of _*o bundli
Discounts on lots of 1 >ver
' shingles.
Special Price
also on rheaper grades -also
sin. Cypress at *t>.-j2 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a v< ry
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
vreek.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
u, N. P..
Sept. ."-. M)i3-
NO IKK.
'~pillS is to notify the Public
1 that I unted Elisha
A. Roker, of Sandilands Vill 1
to be nn Attorney and to act lor
me, along with my wife, during
mv Bbst ice from I I 1 ilony.
SI rHERLAND ROLI.E.
()<:tobei t>, ; ,
ANOTHKR SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS. Just Received:
\17ILLIAMS
VV MM- SHOEMAN
lias just added to his already
large supply in the line,
English and Ame-
rican I runks. Eg-
lish and American
liress -suit I ::
(some ol a Inch are
in,ah- of compress-
1. .
Kit Bags, iti heht, Attai 1 ,
and toils I I men Bags at
Prices mi interesting th in
ever.
I' rsons on the eve of
travelling will do
well to visit this !>-
partment and make
< election now.
WILLIAMS'
WHOl BSAI I Wit RETAIL
DEPART MENT.
277, 270 Bay-street,
Mil 111.
'pi'.XDI.K's. Wi| !Vfl| by
1 'I" und I lor the pur-
'l' ise of n|| 1 hat excellent tract of
land forming a part 'if the Estate
of the I ne Lewii Longobarde, in
the East* rr D i the Island,
and whii li said tract is now in the
occupation [ 1. \\ Know les Esq.
K. W. PRITCHARD.
(. Ii.iml" 1 s,
Nassau, \ P.
1 tet, 1 tli. 11,13.
Wanted
A COMPETENT mam, to
care lor, and drive, a team
of Mules.
J. S. JOHNSON' CO.
Octohcr 6th, 1913.
Fresh Just Arrived
ONION' SEEDS from TenenfT.
and all other Vegetable Seed
AT TOOTE'S.
490, Bay Street
1
1.


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