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'I II \t I B U NK 1 Zhc Tribune Tuesday, October 14. 19l> The usefulness of Wii Telegraphy was demonstrated on Friday last by the rescue ol 521 passenger? of the ill fated "Volturno," but for tin's won 'Infill natural agent the loss nf life would doubtless have |>< ci much greater as the report saj 8 heavy sea was running. Some day perhaps we may realize the value of our win station ; it is to be hoped thai when the occasion arises it will be equal to it. Through the courtesy of His Excel lencj the Governor we are enabled to publish foi the information of our readers the following.— FOURTH CRUISER SQUADRON PROGRAMME OP Mo i Oct. 10 26 30 Nov. ., H TI rs to 22 -7 Dec. 31 Uan. 10 19 -'4 (I t Depa Sep Ocl :. 29 Nov. 1 32 Dec 17 Jan. 5 22 -7 Pa Plj mouth B ud 1 St. I Bat b uda J Antigua Martinique St. Lucia Barbadosf St. Vincent Grena i Trinidad Port Royal (Jamaica) Colon I lavaua Nassau Bermud Rl MAS C implete with cod. "Berwick" to St. Croix 29 Oct. Rejoin Flag at Barbuda + "Lancaster" to St. Kitts 30 Oct-4 Nov. Rejoins Flag atj Ant igua. g "Lancaster to be detached iSth to Trinidad to work up for G. L. rest O.O. Q. Firing. || Coal Battle Pra< lice. Squadron an 1 Night F it ings will ( an n (1 out 111 ( lull' of I'ana be tween ao, Nov. and 17 D "Berwick" will be deta to 1 turn to Bermuda on (he 1 7 th Do-, for refit. Battle pra< tis••I ""I .1111 aster" to he carried out and other uncompleted eXi 1 to be undertaken during sta\ at Port Royal. 'Suffolk" to refit. pi abilities. to Ainn We note, by the Radio Telegraph missag! s received this morning thai • esterday was 0 rved in New Y01 k as (fittingly) CoIumbusDav We i.av e beiter 01 prior claimon the daj than the Ami ricans tu the observance of it as Columbus Daj as it was line mi the Bahan that Columl us made his eventful landfall. Columbus Day Rug gests the thought of C lumbus and the nat query what aboutColum bus on this da\ and n sultantly recalls the dis covery of the Baham But as usual we 1 disposed to N< I t our We .1 ft it enterpi i • to erect (We lman's) a monument on the sp I the only other monumi ni in the C< >lony bi i r the statue at gov. %  n t I louse. In this connection we-ini iteatis said to beC ilumbus' own antention to the extract infthejsame rhor, sails at the head ol column, "Columl ivelson ll et un command ol a Long Journey," I vill Harvard rnv n't. and 60 PII that 1 travels will, men, • less than Colun on their way to the Canal, call had, man the squadron. I at San Salvador (Waitings). king, copper sheathing and We are of opinion that it would temper) crew quarters betv befitting that we find out the the installed time when th ivelaredue for the trip under Hit di to arrive at Watli igs, and make of 1 n*>vv master-at-arms who it an event, by a large excursion Atlantic in tl ira or rather excursion ifNassauand vets in i8qa \ bond a other citizens to Watlings Island has ven to Chicago 10 and meet these vessels there, and ••• ure theii turn at the there might also be an official close San Francisco fair. reception. riieir j iQrfiev win *. 1 V\e haw a number of Motor mniv ,:,.... ; , available I vin | ,„. ,, v ,. r ., v ,,., r The Wellman Monument to Colinnbui, at Sun Stlva i ..shlandl purp is*, the tug "( >lonia" the "Fran es I.'• the "Rangi I 'Ann ami sailing vessi i • as well, and thus dispta} a little bit of interest in our country j C< iLUMBUS" CARAVELS ON LONG JOURNEY The "Santa Mai ia," the "Pin ta," and the "Xma," the three little ships which Spain built t> route through the 1 Lakes and Erie Canal to New York; thence, a't r a trip ti> Boston, down the Atlantic coast. Stops will be made at many cities for public exhibitions, and plans have been made to give short trip-* on the %  Mia 1 1 tostudi nts interested in ancient *hip buil ling and navigation. Part of way', espei iall) e the caravels of Chris Sin the Erie Canal and on ihe tophei Columbus and gave toi Atlantic, they will be towed bj the I Inited Statef-r the World's tugs. Afti 1 a \ 1 lit to S in Salva Columbian Exposition in 1893,[dor, Columbus' first landing ire to journey to the Panamaplace in America, they will pass 1 Exposition at San Franthrough the hew Panama Canal 1 o. b\ way of the Panama and then proceed under their Canal. They hava I ecu repairi 1' own s;iil up the Pacafi : to San and repainted and the "Pinta" Francisco for exhibition it the has a new keel and stern. The Panama-Pacific Exposition in "Santa Maria," carrying what j 1915. The tht u avels were uilt in Spain in 189a, and are very e reproductions. The "Santa Maria" is an exai t replica, be c iuse Spun has ou hie the speations of Columbus' flagship, record d at the time of lie shortly after Columbus' trip t" America. The "Pinta" and tie Nin 1" sre not such ex ai t qnpii s, but were built b\ an \ m navy officer in imitation of Portuguese merchant Bhips ol the 1 ",th century. In the summer of 1892, 400 years after Columbus' VIIV ic of dis ovi ry, th %  little s |ua lr n was lowed acr 1the \' n 1 b S| anisn and Ami n ail battl ships, Th'' n issing was 1 thrill! i 1 >i e for the men who m inn d th cira v Is, but it was m id • in 30days, one thud of the tim %  Ci ilumbus in sailing acr< ss. ( S ince the evp sit ion ol they have lain at anchoi ii j yacht harboi at Jackson I ' Chicago, within a short dis tance of the repro lui tion of the coiiventode la Rabida. When were pi iced in 0 motort dry dock this summer their only signs 1 ere a hum; and a • led -'':n "ii the "Pinta." Tiecaravi Is are ery small j in coiiip.u a >n v, ith model n in bhips or even with sailing a tury ago. 'I he -! of them, fie "Santa Mai ia," 1 el ol only 1 ions She 1 1 ft. 1 ng over all, and 77.9 ft 011 the vater line. I |er beam is 36 ft. and she ft. of water. Amidships her hold is 1.' It dip. The ovei hang of the h W is 1 1 ft. and of the stern. 5 ft. In all she C about of canvas The "-Pinta the largi r u other two caravels, is 1 vessel of nnlv 50 ti ns The little "Nina" is the fastest sailer of the three. The con nent of the "Santa Mai ia" 1 sists of I bombards and six fa! ;tfl throwing J lb balls, (In I decks an %  cabin there are racks foi s nrds, ai mour, cross bows, battle ax< s, and other small arms. Conking is the most difficult part of a voyage on the 1 aravels, The arrangements to be used in the present trip designed in imitation of Columbus' equipment, consisting of iron lined boxes of 1 arth for charcoal lues, lashed to the mainmasts. j* The attention of our readers is invited to the Moonlight Mu



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T H£ t U I B 11 N E steal to ho held on the Manse Lawn this vi ning at V e ha 1 • lie pleasure <>f a call at oflj to-day From Mr. II rbertS. Dalton"The WalkOver Man'* -representing the ' % %  {( and E. Keith Company, Boot and Shoe Manufactu i i mpello Mass., U.S.A. Mr. Dalton, who is making his first visit t.> Nassau, is a very genial pers m ility, ami icpress i 'I iiiinsrlf verj favourablj impressed by our city whii h he tli!! ••' in my possibdi tics of ,iii attractive wintei re s ,rt. 11mf ,i ms us that In' li'%  ituted Vlr. I'. E. Williams, IIio Well Known Shoe Man," Sol-Agenl for the Bahamas for Tli.Walk ( >v<1 Sh ie. I he following pass mg :rs per "Frances E" anived from Miami on %  i iday last, Miss Mary Woodside ; Mes dai Smith and infant ; 1 ieoigiana Smith. Fran es Fei guson, Beati ice \V'> |< idi Sarah Edgecombe an;! Cecelia Mum-; Messrs Bruce W. Yeaxell, Alex andi i M Ki 'i \. Won Mill, r, i • diali I. I ;com John' Stuai t, I'.J \ in Smith,. William Smith, Joseph Smith, ( i Smith, I.: in.la! Swi eting, John Delaiifv. Jala; Woodside, Whitfield Edgecombe, Samui 1 MUM cur, and (ie Tge 1 li jgs. Arthur's Town, Cat Island, 1 I i. Mli i,i j To Hie Editor of I he Tribune Vou will permit one I am sure to recur i i ertain incidents that have brought disgrace and throw i omtempt on tinhitherto lair name of this district. r'"i tinlast threi weeks the North ; End in general and A: thur's &f Town anil ( >|-;mge i i< %  < %  is in' pai ticular have bei n afflicted with an epidemic of superstition before winch Haitian voodoism in its most malignanl form pales and sinks into utter iasignifican s. -lu-r a |Vw d ivs ago we had been reading a symposium by African travellers on the cunning of tin' witch do "tor a. ;l the guilelessness of his clients with a good deal of horror and pity, but we beg to apologize to the "li-' and extend concentrated pity on the other, for whatever their vagaries and delusions may have been, they must yield th I palm for crass ignorance, dark foljy and startling ineptitude to some "I the inhabitants of i i district, a supposed!) Christian I"' 'i I lad an)' one told us tli i' 1:1 Community heretofore su; d if enlightenment, a body of rtsp table people would have abandoned themselves to tinmost degraded iml sensuous lorm <'f Devil Worship, would have indignantly d< nied it, and d ie most un i pfoof, but wh ii bettei cm one require when '.\r.h his own r\ 's he sees many s •' ailed civilized people hand nselvi s over to the tend< i If-confessed and convicted Witch fin ler to be washe I, cleansed ami cured by asm in the blood of a fowl ? I ot homines quot ^ententiae, Wfl are quite a .'. ne that this form ol Satanic Adoration has practiced not only in the Arthur's I own I ttstrict, but in of the ot her Islands ol ll Bahamas, where we are m ide to understand that among fllOSt e submitti I to immerI in the bio >d of o icks are piea< in is. leaders, deai ous tud Churchmen, with at mild acqui 'e if :il connivance "I tnird i it" teachers an 1 'a -;u u dians ol' the la N misn i ned i 'install We ha e read thai once upon a time the blood of hulls and is was of] ssacri foi nan sin, but w e liav e m seen anywln re outside of %  11 Arthur's 11 i wa his tl |i t i veil alt-i the most ililijenl r %  %  arch, where the Al illicit', evi i suffered himself to he propitiated by the blood of Cackling hens anil dung lull ters with a dash of Jamaica rum by way of en :ourag iment. We must supp I-" ho > ever for the s ike of ( i.oa-1 that the de of the i mies an i the poverty of the distl ict in cattle of the above specii s c tused this] \ hoi sal" ill aI the barnyard. This monster of tl t Bl u k \rt crushed we laped for i it the Bight by the fearless of the I'ai isii l'i ii Bl and by -tern measun s ol repression i ed b\ oui e\. silent Magistrate J. A. i' >we, Esq, taking advantage of the absence of the Com mission-'!' who was awa\ grievously ill. obtruded itsslirny pres ne into this hithei to peaceful community, never ceasing until sidles (if people had been lohl). I of the little s -us" they Ii id, fooled out of their money juggled into iking is of th ilood o' fowls. The witch-driver '-ailed this "dressing them," w e regret he didn't have enou e ol the humourous to have given them i a "dressing" in the feathers having hist applied a liberal ground woi k of tar, we could al aist foi given him. The civilized p "pie of Nassau c m form no idea of the pandemonium that reigne 1 h ire for a little v, hill Credulity ran I i .t. families of e ellent repute threw themselves whole souled into this olla p drida of debased 1ligion, thereby disgui obcahism and quacker) it was the Mis-1 ;sippi n di\ iviis : the p or \ ere to become w ealthy, ijars wei to i ide on hoi %  mey that ni ver existed was tn I.unearthed, h -Ids that tie n honest prop n tjo:i of j i i w ere. I be fi ai-ed into \ e'd II ; .in huridn d fold and all foi a man who w itii just a little p lal extremi • : ies might %  isilj be mistaken f oi an T.I mg. Sir. w itclu raft fearless and unai. I triumphantly through the I n I because ol the helpless i pee or pusil I inimil y ol the minions of the 1.1 w. We \\>.i,\ our hearty sympathy to our Commissioner foi the disgrace that has fallen on his district an I we trust that he will find means to i • the r world that there will never lie ,i i ccrud • "I l> ifbarism in tins unfortunate community. We have been told that when he indignantly asked why the law did not take its course, lie was met bj the silly answers of "Igll a' Ml e "ll I lie 1 1 %  Tells aie we 1 i V ibidillg pe '|'le left to the met a iwteurs who are thrust upon us by a H and compliant government, winch studies cheapness rather than litin After all why should we be taxed for the upkeep ofscho Mm bono We wonder whether the individualwho gave themselves o\, r to these debasing orgies know that they stand before the law as aiders and al etters of Wen imancy ? We are waiting patiently to hear what step-, are taken tore .t the chums of law an 1 order, whether cognizance will be a to the fact thai the witi h hunt i niio isoned in district oi |'h • Bi ii the honourable woi I. ol J. A. Bowe Esq, w ill I e stultifi ida id an irchy and barbarism be given that full reign they SO crave for, to d id prostitute our all tOO credulous pe ple. Yours verv trulv, RESIDENT. Recausa h< i ded the limit placed "ii his wine account, Lieut. Lamb, of 11. M. S. w Cha thaui," was at a l'oitland court martial oil Tuesday, ordered to forfeit six in ml rity and to be dismissed his shin. It ap rs that the captain gave the aci used a written Ol let m De i embei limiting his daily con sumption of io< spirits and This was %  I I on May jo, and when sp >ken to ab ut it the ai used said he had a I on board. ().i |uly 17 it found that the officer had ag mi ex cd' J ins wine allow) 1 an e, and he was rep >rted. I 1 •> written deh m e a cused, who pi ,ul:d guilty, said the oil %  1 %  was not premeditated. He ti i d tn keep his wine bill as low %  possible, lie thought that the he can ed out his ardu us duties on the manoi u i •prov lat lus capabilities as officer had been in n i way im pilled. CHINA USING TYPE WRITERS IN LARGI I NUMBERS There has b -en a steady in rease in the use of typewriters among Chinese business hoi due to the recent changes in Chinese p ibtical and commer cial organizations. Exporters of typewriting machines report that foreign firms in the open s are also increasing the use of tins lab ing device, since a number oi I lortgkoftg schools are produ :ing i la and incre using I f ca 11 Chinese stenographers. A >ul 500 typewriting in 11I11111 B ii" already in use among the more rval iv 1 immercial homei in I longkong, A Moonlight Musical All.], lib Hi'.l.D ON 1 ilr/Manse Lawn On TUESDAY. 14th. Mn. F. J. Paloo. Mrs. R. W. Brate Mid others will participate In the Programme. Light Refreshment* will be sold Admission: O re Shilling |Gates open at 7 >1) Mki^ L. k^*l m ^ m



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I Ht I K I V, U N E London, 13.—Di .Francis Forward, chief medical officer "f: I lolloway jail, accused by militant suffragettes >f 1 : )ili( ty for the forcible feeding system was horsewhipped jrj the street by three wqmen today*. London, 12. —The campai '.a to "Free British land from land lordism and get the people back on it" today was opened at BedfordJbyChflricellor LlcydGeorge. "landlordism is the greatest monopoly in the land and the ; pie are trusting in the government to put forth it-strong right hand to lift them from the mire", says Lloyd George, (Communicated ) LEC.'J LIRE ON THE MILLENIUM. turned.) We will ROW consider some texts > show the effects of 111 -• lord's coming upon 111 e earth. In Rev. 16th chapter it is e\ 1 v,, 1 John is speaking of events 111 %  t take in connection with the Lord's comin'..'. In t lie seven teen t!i verse he says, \nil the seventh angel poured nut his vial into the an; and the'iI n great voice out "f tin temple in heaven ami fron the throne, saying, it is doi %  I h* c work is at that time finished, prohationary {time is closed, I he m xt verse iys, '" \ 1 >•<' %  ) one angel came from heawn to rs e the Saviour frVm the lorrth there WHS a mighty earthquake; aod h then can estimate the extent "f the e,n thquake which will lie piodi when Jesus crime* in ft II Mis Qlnry and the glniy of 1 lie F ithei and ple of .the e iith do languish . I herefore h.ltll I 1 I His.,iteVO ae I Hie earth, and they tint dwell therein ere il'so'.ite: Th n Ime the inhabitants of the earth a'e burned and lew men left" Again in tire ninetee th \i-isilie say* I he eai ih is ntterly %  ii down; the etfth is clean dissolved, tinearth is moved ex inglv. I lie earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkar I. and 1 moved like a cottage; and the tinns -1 a, shall he heavy upf hi* t"" phi rv. I |e show* th it he 'i e iks of the events c nni 1 led with inn.' "I the l nrd, for he s IJ hears the found 1'( 'he Iruuip t. which is to sound when Je*u* de ids from heaven 11 I l>*ss: .); 16|7), An lieu ne si\s m 1 he 1 wen. Iieth verse ''Destruction upon de* truci ion I* coed ; for the land is spoiled : suddenL ai.• nn tents spoiled and mv 1 in IS in* ill 1 moment. . I '' %  held 1 lie em h and, lo, it W as \\ 1 • In ut for n void; and : he he iven* and Ih1 no 1 ight, I beliel l the mount 1 m-. .nni, |o, they liemblvd and th • lulls moved lieht ly, I he! lo, I here was no man. and .1 ii birds "I heaven w • re Bed, I and, lo, the fiin'ful plno wild, 1 lies*, and ., II llif cit us V hroki n diiwn with tbe pi• *eiice I the I.old, and In 111* fierce Bil | For thus hath ihe I,md ajd, lie Whole land sh ill he d s. ,| 1. ; yewill I 11 oi make., la'l end. I los is sufficient lo show in what utlei 1111 1 tinear!Ii will he red 1 ed ai the 1 o in ng of the Lord, and in tl is lition it will mm 1 in dm ins he thou* ind ye n s' during >* huh the s nuts aie in lieu I en and the wicked are in their graves. \ \ we would he interested to -. lire •s.iian, lint old W r pen' 1 he Devil is during tins t one. I rhn tH IU* in llln (os| three verses ul the twentieth ch p in oi Retelation lie says he saw an 1 iv.'el 1 oine du,\ 11 I'm 11 heaven, an.I he laid hold on the di igMA, that old spi pert, and hound linn a thousand \ens. Vnd he i 1*1 him into a place called in the text, the "hot! ; it", and set a seal upon him and shut h an up that he sh. >uI i i the ii.it ii ins no more, \i iw 8 uu -t find out what is mean 1 by U bottomleu 1 : %  11 as it reads ii would suggest H hole in th* ground all the way through to the op. pgite side of the earth. Hut when we stop t'i considei 1 "ne of thoii.ei meanings of the ireek word translated here "bottomleu pit" we find it means., place ol grenl rtn iness, war.te, p ifound, desi il i le, uninhabited. Hul we h ive found that tins is the state of tins earth during th I years thai Satan is boun I, I herefore tin* is the pi n e in W hich he is shut up Before this Satan has hul access lo other parts ol God's e,re..i un1 v-eis., as is shown in the firsl I C 1 iptei of J0I1. Hut dur ing 'ins Millennium he will be con fined t 1 this old broken Up earth, there in solit uv dreariness to contemplate th gh :,ll these lonely years, the iinn and desolation which his n hellion Ins wrought., an I ul doom that awaits in •. Ji hu say* he sees the angel [real eh %  MI in his I, mil 1 ill winch h" binds 8*1 in. Now it would not be reasimable l sup to he 11 i-'iain "f lileraI I iron lml;s, ivith which Satan is in It i~ either 1 chain of instances bv which tins great, • ml for a thoiis ind to a si ite of in nt ivity. Iv 1 III %  11 Hum six 111' o 1. igo 01 ,11 ire he has had imi't it %  %  n %  op ul ise lus I'ut now there is no mi' 1 M it 11 11 his reach I he light% % %  ) and t he wicl I 11 .11 • %  de id, m 1 e ich rem 1 in so for one thoiisailll veafs ( I 1 1 1 hi led. An Entertainment 1 I'X'-l-sl l\'<, 1 %  Songs, Drills, Tableauc, Dialogues, &•= Will lia lve\i by ihc Scholars of Wesley Svindnv bchool I tKe Sch.Jolroom On WEDNESDAY next 13th lost. Doore ope-cd l 7 p.ro. Almis.ion : Adul'n ')d. and la. CKil iren hnlf p*U;e. The Public re cordially invited. N( > I 1 :E F 'RESH FRUIT |ut Rarefied per S. s. "'Segut nn a" Selling at Reasonable Pi i< •* i feaches I'ears. < 'allfiu ma ( 1; King \| pies. HI I \>. I. -s\i \DI.U<. A| CO Oct. Sili 1,,13. I HORSE FOR RALE N < lood lit ion. \pply, ^ II. 1. RUSSELL. "The Shamrock" Bay Strei I City. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5111. Cypi Shinglt s .1! §9.611 per thouiid n! 20 bundles I liscounts on lots of over 5000 bliingles. Special Price also on rheaper grades also ,in. Cypn pei thousand of ao bundles. 1 lii 1 price made p h by a very large pun hasi Fn l< an iving every ek, C, i SAUNDERS. iu M. P., .•sepl. t) ELECTRICITY. H OUSE S, B i-iues|'iai ,'s and and Chun irs wired, 1 %  in* tracts tii en loi .m\ large hiulding. I lors, Fan*, Magnetos, I".'. I. Skillful \11t11 1. dale and Motor Engine n naii iug, \ i !. equired I v any oil''. Mecli mical Pi ie itting, etc. •\l I A o '; iati : n loi 1 ly done in a mannei to soil the m si ci il ical. Address B, H. .1. M \SO\. P. ( > B ix I |. ni 'Tiihuoe' <'line. STANDARD OIL CO'S Gasoline 1 irums 110 < iallon Delivered Wli irf J. I'. Sands %  ni arrival "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week CAM 22cts. h on 1 telivery. ('. f. SAUNDERS. Septemhei 1 i, ti|13. Notice. T HIS 1In 1,'mind the Public ol tint Hd Stand (N, S. Elliot's Joiner shop, l'asi Bay "Mieet, nvlijch is now undei the Manage. uieiit of JAMES A. EVANS CONTRA! IOR AND JOINER Hand made Coffins of every description, I am pri pared to j/iv you excellent work, Beit ol refer %  nres. For turning etc, see us. \v< guarantee In satisfy you and in confident that wr can suit you. I I



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0) O X m (0 u o (0 •aH Nullius addlctus turare In vcrba !" u r 'Being bound • swear to the Uo,m 1 no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahama.. Tuesday. October 14. 1913 No. 272 1 EOS l I" PI i II. Epn m AM' Paoraisiai OKKl.i j 4 | M \I:KI:T STRBOT I u N. I* • i 1A M AI I'. I I I'" '• PUBLISHED DMI.I M .inlay Wednesday earl Fri lec"|V ... • %  • }''• T'lfvUv, rhoi 11 i. v tVmkl) 4oathl) • ...u.4i Quarter!) rlslfYcarl* Id "'rUYABLI I\ DV H H • foi (irst 1"-' fiKf : .„ lecond ni-iii" i I w" I ' line lot ub t uii'let eight line' |. BY RADI I IELRGRAPH. \,. v York i ; %  ••' i k Excliamt**, oanks m. I .'U Unanrial markets m %  l %  lay '" !) ijon r>l I nlu nbus I* 'V. London p n the • • "port an I issues decline I 3s. 8bled HIM utter noon for final action bui i verdicl may not ba le u In I I i | 1 Ti-esda*. New York, 1 j. rh %  N ti • • ill Commission in .1 ly disiributed among lite pi >yr* Iheir sn ,re o( the receipts ol I he. Worlds -nn'. nan as. rite S • York 1 , s ret "is'' I ill .' MM h and ,l "' Philadelphia pin >cb. Fishguard, 1 I arm 1 1 l*j Volturno survivors aboard arrived here i..-.l..v and 1 rot % %  • % %  %  -I al rnca for l.iv.'i|i'-i. Captain Bin di .,1 to make a detail atalententny ing that Ins wireless .1 -| Bt< li • covered all he i n I t iy ;i1 i 1 "' %  mi. New York, 13,—Fnui rerue ships caiiv i'i'-' urviv)i fo m \ M lunto li ive w in lew then lisis ol p, rsons r ued. I ln dep .'< :h wy I hat the Voliurm 1 Bra followi d ;,:, 1 xplosiori which killed 50, an I tii.it flame* shooting eighty fet hiith *i re w n wl •' the rescue ships firsl appeared IHI tliifCine. \"'. York, 13.—The funeral of ex-LieutenanI Governor Timothy I. Woodruff, who died last night will belwld Wednesday. Washington, 13.-fl1a.-1j" Shaughm ll1 '". "" M '"" on will be taken regarding the imprtsonmnet ol Hie Mexican l)eputies. ... New York, 13:—l'ive aviators staited in the N Y I " PS f ace around M IMIMUR* Isl.ind l bis a Tier r ,oou with strong Winds prevailing. Curtiss biplanes won first and fce, priiea. I*W prii I : ,„„,, s;,,.,. ,.i.d *3*> fm '•.a ,,( ai alone was us 'I October 14th iqi.v B Ifast, \-i. The Ulster liberalassociatio : a manifesto today announcing thai the UlBt ei liberals would disregard the authoritj ol the proposed provincial government. London, la.—Colville Adrian de Rune Birclav has been ap pointed coun 1 llorof the British Embassy at Washington. Montreal, 1 a.—Addressing 1 C madian Club here today on imperial defence, the British p (master General, H.L. Samuel, deployed what as '" rhe mad race for supremacy ol the seas" and starti .1 that although the liberal government of Greal Britain was the most (ul of modern tinj hands had been forced bj activity of the Germai Now for the Mfety of he empire it was in duty bond to L< up the margin of Mfety. London, 13.—The near opening of the Panama Canal R ,1 si ;nihcance to the lal plan of an immenw naval I in the Bermudas, which is to have been practically agi %  upmi by the Colonial and Imperial governments. It is uu ,1 that it provides for two squadrons to be supplied by the colonii s, one for Pacificser* ice, with its has,in alternate yeats at Svdney and Vancouver. y ne second squ idron will join the present Knli>li fleet at Bermuda. The building ol the canal is believed to have been instrumental in bringing the colonies and the mother country ther on the imperial service squadron id London. 12.—King George and Queen Vary, who attei a command performance at a London music hall tonight, had a narrow escape from being mobbed by suffragettes. I hi womeri, who had gathered in considerable numbers, mad a liveh dash for the toyal can on its arrival at the theater. shouting "Women are being tortured in prison . They had almost reached the carriage when the police dlos d around the suffrag tt< /Continned 00 fdurtl : IT


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Nullius addlctus turare In vcrba ur'-
Being bound swear to the Uo,m 1 no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahama.. Tuesday.
October 14. 1913
No. 272
1 EOS l I" PI i II.
Epn m am' Paoraisiai
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markets m..... l - lay '" "!)
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port an I issues decline I 3s. 8 in 7-. 8d. from alurrl ivs pi ces.
Albany, 1 ripeach-
men) cnun re.a*tn>bled Him
utter noon for final action bui i
verdicl may not ba le u In I I i|"1"
Ti-esda*.
New York, 1 j. rh N ti '
ill Commission in .1 ly dis-
iributed among lite pi >yr* Iheir
sn ,re o( the receipts ol I he. Worlds
-nn'. nan as. rite S York 1
, ,s ret "is'' I ill .' mm h and ,l"'
Philadelphia pin >cb.
Fishguard, 1 I arm 1 1 l*j
Volturno survivors aboard arrived
here i..-.l..v and 1 rot ' -I al rnca
for l.iv.'i|i'-i. Captain Bin di
.,1 to make a detail atalententny
ing that Ins wireless .1 -| Bt< li
covered all he i n I t iy ;i1 i1"'
mi.
New York, 13,Fnui rerue
ships caiiv i'i'-' urviv)i fo m \ M
lunto li ive w in lew then lisis ol
p, rsons r ued. I ln dep .'<:h wy
I hat the Voliurm 1 Bra followi d
;,:, 1 xplosiori which killed 50, an I
tii.it flame* shooting eighty fet
hiith *i re w n wl ' the rescue
ships firsl appeared ihi tliifCine.
\"'. York, 13.The funeral
of ex-LieutenanI Governor
Timothy I. Woodruff, who died
last night will belwld Wednesday.
Washington, 13.-fl1a.-1j" Shau-
ghm ll1'". "" M'""
on will be taken regarding the
imprtsonmnet ol Hie Mexican l)e-
puties. ... ,
New York, 13:l'ive aviators
staited in the N Y I "PS face
around M imImUr* Isl.ind l bis a Tier
r,oou with strong Winds prevailing.
Curtiss biplanes won first and fce-
, priiea. I*W prii I :-
,,, s;,,.,. ,.i.d *3*> fm '.-a,, nnd 11 1 place,
|',!l.....1, 13:lluei
I and eleven P
drowned in ' hurricane whiih
1 enfest last week
\i,l.!-.iRA ^

Mex .. rhe foreianers
who until now have fell in
ipital today were (tiled
with misgivings by reason ol
the ,: 1 ol all available
troops to the North.
, rnjj a few troops remain in
the capital.
London, 9.The conclusion
, a lied bv I '"""' "'
[idiiiburgh that there is;adistinct
tionship between the occur-
rence of Cancel and the kindol
1 ,e| u ed for domestic pun '
,1 as decisive by bir
William Bennett, the eminent
surgeon, in his presidential ad-
.. todav at the meeting ol
1 nal smoke abatemi I
iety.Sir William Mid investign
lion had shown thai the exist
,,,, ,,f cancer was limited to
those an re c 1.1 was ilio
staple fuel, while it was all
non flxistent where ordu arj
l>( ai alone was us 'I
October 14th iqi.v
B Ifast, \-i. The Ulster liber-
alassociatio : a manifesto
today announcing thai the Ul-
Btei liberals would disregard the
authoritj ol the proposed pro-
vincial government.
London, la.Colville Adrian
de Rune Birclav has been ap
pointed coun 1 llorof the British
Embassy at Washington.
Montreal, 1 a.Addressing 1
C madian Club here today on
imperial defence, the British
p (master General, H.L. Sam-
uel, deployed what
as '" rhe mad race for supremacy
ol the seas" and starti .1 that
although the liberal government
of Greal Britain was the most
. (ul of modern tinj
hands had been forced bj
activity of the Germai
Now for the Mfety of he em-
pire it was in duty bond to L< ,
up the margin of Mfety.
London, 13.The near open-
ing of the Panama Canal R
,1 si ;nihcance to the lal
plan of an immenw naval I
in the Bermudas, which is
to have been practically agi
upmi by the Colonial and Impe-
rial governments. It is uu
,1 that it provides for two
squadrons to be supplied by the
colonii s, one for Pacificser* ice,
with its has,- in alternate yeats
at Svdney and Vancouver.
yne second squ idron will
join the present Knli>li fleet at
Bermuda. The building ol the
canal is believed to have been
instrumental in bringing the
colonies and the mother country
ther on the imperial service
squadron id
London. 12.King George
and Queen Vary, who attei
a command performance at a
London music hall tonight, had
a narrow escape from being
mobbed by suffragettes. I hi
womeri, who had gathered in
considerable numbers, mad a
liveh dash for the toyal can
on its arrival at the theater.
shouting "Women are being
tortured in prison -
They had almost reached the
carriage when the police dlos d
around the suffrag tt<
/Continned 00 fdurtl :
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'I I- I \t I B U NK
1
Zhc Tribune
Tuesday, October 14. 19l>
The usefulness of Wii
Telegraphy was demonstrated
on Friday last by the rescue ol
521 passenger? of the ill fated
"Volturno," but for tin's won
'Infill natural agent the loss nf
life would doubtless have |>< ci
much greater as the report saj
8 heavy sea was running.
Some day perhaps we may
realize the value of our win
station ; it is to be hoped thai
when the occasion arises it will
be equal to it.
_ Through the courtesy of His
Excel lencj the Governor we are
enabled to publish foi the infor-
mation of our readers the fol-
lowing.
FOURTH CRUISER
SQUADRON
Programme op Mo
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Oct. 10
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Nov. 1
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Dec 17
Jan. -
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Plj mouth
B ud 1
St. I
BatbudaJ
Antigua
Martinique
St. Lucia
Barbadosf
St. Vincent
Grena i
Trinidad
Port Royal
(Jamaica)
Colon
I lavaua
Nassau
Bermud
Rl MAS
C implete with cod.
"Berwick" to St. Croix
29 Oct. Rejoin Flag at Bar-
buda
+ "Lancaster" to St. Kitts 30
Oct-4 Nov. Rejoins Flag atj
Ant igua.
g "Lancaster to be detached
iSth to Trinidad to work up for
G. L. rest O.O. Q. Firing.
|| Coal Battle Pra< lice. Squa-
dron an 1 Night F it ings will
( an n (1 out 111 ( lull' of I'ana be
tween ao, Nov. and 17 D
"Berwick" will be deta
to 1 turn to Bermuda on (he 17th
Do-, for refit. Battle pra< tis-
I ""I .1111 aster" to he carried out
and other uncompleted eXi 1
to be undertaken during sta\ at
Port Royal.
'Suffolk" to refit.
pi abilities.
to Ainn
We note, by the
Radio Telegraph mis-
sag! s received this morn-
ing thai esterday was
0 rved in New Y01 k as
(fittingly) CoIumbusDav
We i.ave beiter 01
prior claim- on the daj
than the Ami ricans tu
the observance of it as
Columbus Daj as it was
line mi the Bahan
that Columl us made his
eventful landfall.
Columbus Day Rug
gests the thought of C
lumbus and the nat
query what aboutColum
bus on this da\ and n
sultantly recalls the dis
covery of the Baham
But as usual we 1
disposed to N< I t our
We .1 ft it
enterpi i
to erect (We lman's) a
monument on the sp I
the only other monu-
mi ni in the C< >lony bi -
i r the statue at gov.
nt I louse.
In this connection we-ini iteat- is said to beC ilumbus' own an-
tention to the extract infthejsame rhor, sails at the head ol
column, "Columl ivelson ll et un command ol a
Long Journey," I vill Harvard rnv n't. and 60
pii that 1 travels will, men, less than Colun
on their way to the Canal, call had, man the squadron. I
at San Salvador (Waitings). king, copper sheathing and
We are of opinion that it would temper) crew quarters betv
befitting that we find out the the installed
time when th ivelaredue for the trip under Hit di
to arrive at Watli igs, and make of 1 n*>vv master-at-arms who
it an event, by a large excursion Atlantic in tl ira
or rather excursion ifNassauand vets in i8qa \ bond a
other citizens to Watlings Island has ven to Chicago 10
and meet these vessels there, and ure theii turn at the
there might also be an official close San Francisco fair.
reception. riieir j iQrfiev win *. 1
V\e haw a number of Motor mniv ,:,.... ;, ,
available I ,vin | ,. ,,v,.r ., v,,.,r
The Wellman Monument to Colinnbui, at
Sun Stlvai ..shlandl
purp is*, the tug "( >lonia" the
"Fran es I.' the "Rangi I
'Ann ami sailing vessi i as
well, and thus dispta} a little
bit of interest in our country
j
C< iLUMBUS" CARAVELS
ON LONG JOURNEY
The "Santa Mai ia," the "Pin
ta," and the "Xma," the three
little ships which Spain built t>
route through the 1
Lakes and Erie Canal to New
York; thence, a't r a trip ti>
Boston, down the Atlantic
coast. Stops will be made at
many cities for public exhibi-
tions, and plans have been
made to give short trip-* on the
Mia.11 tostudi nts interested in
ancient *hip buil ling and navi-
gation. Part of way', espei iall)
e the caravels of Chris Sin the Erie Canal and on ihe
tophei Columbus and gave toi Atlantic, they will be towed bj
the I Inited State- f-r the World's tugs. Afti 1 a \ 1 lit to S in Salva
Columbian Exposition in 1893,[dor, Columbus' first landing
ire to journey to the Panama- place in America, they will pass
1 Exposition at San Fran- through the hew Panama Canal
1 o. b\ way of the Panama and then proceed under their
Canal. They hava I ecu repairi 1' own s;iil up the Pacafi : to San
and repainted and the "Pinta" Francisco for exhibition it the
has a new keel and stern. The Panama-Pacific Exposition in
"Santa Maria," carrying what j 1915.
The tht u avels were uilt
in Spain in 189a, and are very
e reproductions. The "Santa
Maria" is an exai t replica, be
c iuse Spun has ou hie the spe-
ations of Columbus' flag-
ship, record d at the time of
lie shortly after Columbus'
trip t" America. The "Pinta"
and tie Nin 1" sre not such ex
ai t qnpii s, but were built b\ an
\ m navy officer in imita-
tion of Portuguese merchant
Bhips ol the 1 ",th century. In the
summer of 1892, 400 years after
Columbus' viiv ic of dis ovi ry,
th little s |ua lr n was lowed
acr 1- the \' n 1 b S| anisn
and Ami n ail battl ships, Th''
n issing was 1 thrill! i 1 >i e for
the men who m inn d th cira
v Is, but it was m id in 30days,
one thud of the tim '
Ci ilumbus in sailing acr< ss.
(Since the evp sit ion ol
' they have lain at anchoi ii
j yacht harboi at Jackson I'
' Chicago, within a short dis
tance of the repro lui tion of the
coiiventode la Rabida. When
were pi iced in 0 motor-
t dry dock this summer their
only signs 1 ere a hum;
and a led -'':n "ii
the "Pinta."
Tie- caravi Is are ery small
j in coiiip.u a >n v, ith model n
in bhips or even with sailing
a tury ago. 'I he
-! of them, fie "Santa
Mai ia," 1 el ol only 1 ,
ions She 1 1 ft. 1 ng over all,
and 77.9 ft 011 the vater line.
I |er beam is 36 ft. and she
, ft. of water. Amidships
her hold is 1.' It dip. The ovei -
hang of the h W is 1 1 ft. and of
the stern. 5 ft. In all she C
about !' of canvas
The "-Pinta the largi r u
other two caravels, is 1 vessel of
nnlv 50 ti ns The little "Nina"
is the fastest sailer of the three.
The con nent of the
"Santa Mai ia" 1 sists of I
bombards and six fa! .....;tfl
throwing j lb balls, (In I
decks an cabin there are
racks foi s nrds, ai mour, cross
bows, battle ax< s, and other
small arms. Conking is the most
difficult part of a voyage on the
1 aravels, The arrangements to
be used in the present trip
designed in imitation of Colum-
bus' equipment, consisting of
, iron lined boxes of 1 arth for
charcoal lues, lashed to the
mainmasts.
j*
The attention of our readers
is invited to the Moonlight Mu-


T H t U I B 11 N E
steal to ho held on the Manse
Lawn this vi ning at '
V e ha 1 lie pleasure <>f a call
at ..... oflj to-day From Mr.
II rbertS. Dalton- "The Walk-
Over Man'* -representing the
' ' {( and E. Keith Company,
Boot and Shoe Manufactu
i i mpello Mass., U.S.A.
Mr. Dalton, who is making his
first visit t.> Nassau, is a very
genial pers m ility, ami icpress
i 'I iiiinsrlf verj favourablj im-
pressed by our city whii h he
tli!! ' in my possibdi
tics of ,iii attractive wintei re
s ,rt.
11- mf ,i ms us that In' li'-
ituted Vlr. I'. E. Williams,
" IIio Well Known Shoe Man,"
Sol-- Agenl for the Bahamas for
Tli.- Walk ( >v<1 Sh ie.
I he following pass mg :rs per
"Frances E" anived from Miami
on ! i iday last,
Miss Mary Woodside ; Mes
dai Smith and infant ;
1 ieoigiana Smith. Fran es Fei
guson, Beati ice \V'> |< idi Sarah
Edgecombe an;! Cecelia Mum-;
Messrs Bruce W. Yeaxell, Alex
andi i M Ki 'i \. Won Mill, r,
i diali I. I ;com John'
Stuai t, I'.J \ in Smith,. William
Smith, Joseph Smith, ( i
Smith, I.: in.la! Swi eting, John
Delaiifv. Jala; Woodside, Whit-
field Edgecombe, Samui 1 Mum
cur, and (ie Tge 1 li jgs.
Arthur's Town,
Cat Island,
1 I i. Mli i,i j
To Hie Editor of I he Tribune
Vou will permit one I am sure
to recur i i ertain incidents that
have brought disgrace and throw
i omtempt on tin- hitherto lair
name of this district.
r'"i tin- last threi weeks the
North ; End in general and
A: thur's ?Town anil ( >|-;mge
i i<< is in' pai ticular have bei n
afflicted with an epidemic of
superstition before winch Hai-
tian voodoism in its most
malignanl form pales and sinks
into utter iasignifican s.
-lu-r a |Vw d ivs ago we had
been reading a symposium by
African travellers on the cunn-
ing of tin' witch do "tor a. ;l the
guilelessness of his clients with
a good deal of horror and pity,
but we beg to apologize to the
"li-' and extend concentrated
pity on the other, for whatever
their vagaries and delusions may
have been, they must yield th I
palm for crass ignorance, dark
foljy and startling ineptitude to
some "I the inhabitants of i i
district, a supposed!) Christian
I"' 'i
I lad an)' one told us tli i' 1:1
Community heretofore su-
; d if enlightenment, a body
of rtsp table people would
have abandoned themselves to
tin- most degraded iml sensuous
lorm <'f Devil Worship,
would have indignantly d< nied
it, and d ie most un
i pfoof, but wh ii bettei
cm one require when
'.\r.h his own r\.'s he sees many
s ' ailed civilized people hand
nselvi s over to the tend< i
If-confessed and
convicted Witch fin ler to be
washe I, cleansed ami cured by
asm in the blood of a fowl ?
I ot homines quot ^ententiae,
Wfl are quite a .'. ne that this
form ol Satanic Adoration has
practiced not only in the
Arthur's I own I ttstrict, but in
. of the ot her Islands ol ll
Bahamas, where we are m ide to
understand that among fllOSt
e submitti I to immer-
I in the bio >d of o icks are
piea< in is. leaders, deai ous
tud Churchmen, with at
mild acqui 'e if
:il connivance "I tnird
i it" teachers an 1 'a -- ;u u
dians ol' the la n misn i ned i 'in-
stall
We ha e read thai once upon
a time the blood of hulls and
is was of] ssacri foi
nan sin, but w e liav e m
seen anywln re outside of
11 Arthur's 11 i wa his
tl |i t i veil alt-i the most ilili-
jenl r arch, where the Al
illicit', evi i suffered himself to
he propitiated by the blood of
Cackling hens anil dung lull
ters with a dash of Jamaica
rum by way of en :ourag iment.
We must supp I-" ho > ever for
the s ike of ( i.oa-1 that the de
. of the i mies an i the
poverty of the distl ict in cattle
of the above specii s c tused this]
\ hoi sal" ill a-........I the barn-
yard.
This monster of tl t Bl u k
\rt crushed we laped for i
it the Bight by the fearless
of the I'ai isii l'i ii Bl and by -tern
measun s ol repression i
ed b\ oui e\. silent Magistrate
J. A. i' >we, Esq, taking advan-
tage of the absence of the Com
mission-'!' who was awa\ griev-
ously ill. obtruded itsslirny pre-
s ne into this hithei to peaceful
community, never ceasing until
sidles (if people had been lohl).
I of the little s -us" they Ii id,
fooled out of their money juggl-
ed into iking is of th
ilood
o' fowls.
The witch-driver '-ailed this
"dressing them," w e regret he
didn't have enou e ol the
humourous to have given them
i a "dressing" in the feathers
having hist applied a liberal
ground woi k of tar, we could
al a- ist foi given him.
The civilized p "pie of Nas-
sau c m form no idea of the
pandemonium that reigne 1 h ire
for a little v, hill Credulity ran
i i .t. families of e ellent repute
threw themselves whole souled
into this olla p drida of debas-
ed 1- ligion, thereby disgui
obcahism and quacker) it was
the Mis-1 ;sippi n di\ iviis : the
p or \ ere to become w ealthy,
ijars wei to i ide on hoi
mey that ni ver existed
was tn I.- unearthed, h -Ids that
tie n honest prop n tjo:i of j
i i w ere. I be fi ai-ed into
\ e'd ii ; .in huridn d fold and all
foi a man who w itii just a little
p lal extremi
: ies might isilj be mistaken
f oi an t.i mg.
Sir. w itclu raft fearless and
unai. I triumphantly
through the I n I because ol the
helpless i pee or pusil
I inimil y ol the minions of the
1.1 w.
We \\>.i,\ our hearty sympa-
thy to our Commissioner foi the
disgrace that has fallen on his
district an I we trust that he
will find means to i the
r world that there will never
lie ,i i ccrud "I l> ifbarism
in tins unfortunate community.
We have been told that when
he indignantly asked why the
law did not take its course, lie
was met bj the silly answers of
"Igll a' Ml e "ll I lie 1 1 ' Tells
aie we 1 i V ibidillg pe '|'le left
to the met...... a iwteurs who
are thrust upon us by a H
and compliant government,
winch studies cheapness rather
than litin
After all why should we be
taxed for the upkeep ofscho
Mm bono !
We wonder whether the in-
dividual- who gave themselves
o\, r to these debasing orgies
know that they stand before the
law as aiders and al etters of
Wen imancy ?
We are waiting patiently to
hear what step-, are taken tore
.t the chums of law an 1 or-
der, whether cognizance will be
a to the fact thai the witi h
hunt i niio isoned in
district oi |'h Bi ii
the honourable woi I. ol J. A.
Bowe Esq, w ill I e stultifi ida id
an irchy and barbarism be given
that full reign they SO crave
for, to d id prostitute our
all tOO credulous pe ple.
Yours verv trulv,
RESIDENT.
Recausa h< i ded the limit
placed "ii his wine account,
Lieut. Lamb, of 11. M. S.wCha
thaui," was at a l'oitland court
martial oil Tuesday, ordered to
forfeit six in ml rity and
to be dismissed his shin. It ap
rs that the captain gave the
aci used a written Ol let m De
i embei limiting his daily con
sumption of io< spirits and
This was I I on May
jo, and when sp >ken to ab ut
it the ai used said he had a
I on board. ().i |uly 17 it
found that the officer had
ag mi ex cd' J ins wine allow)1
an e, and he was rep >rted. I 1 >
written deh m e a cused, who
pi ,ul:d guilty, said the oil 1
was not premeditated. He ti i d
tn keep his wine bill as low ,-
possible, lie thought that the
he can ed out his ardu us
duties on the manoi u i - prov
lat lus capabilities as
officer had been in n i way im
pilled.
CHINA USING TYPE
WRITERS IN LARGI I
NUMBERS
There has b -en a steady in
, rease in the use of typewriters
among Chinese business hoi
due to the recent changes in
Chinese p ibtical and commer
cial organizations. Exporters
of typewriting machines report
that foreign firms in the open
s are also increasing the use
of tins lab ing device,
since a number oi I lortgkoftg
schools are produ :ing i la
and incre using I.......f ca 11
Chinese stenographers. A >ul
500 typewriting in 11I11111 b ii"
already in use among the more
rval iv 1 immercial homei
in I longkong,
A
Moonlight Musical
All.], lib Hi'.l.D ON 1 ilr-
/Manse Lawn
On TUESDAY. 14th.
Mn. F. J. Paloo. Mrs. R. W. Brate
Mid others will participate In
the Programme.
Light Refreshment* will be sold
Admission: O re Shilling
|Gates open at 7 >1)
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I Ht I K I V, U N E
London, 13.Di .Francis For-
ward, chief medical officer "f:
I lolloway jail, accused by mili-
tant suffragettes >f 1 :!)ili- (
ty for the forcible feeding system
was horsewhipped jrj the street
by three wqmen today*.
London, 12. The campai '.a
to "Free British land from land
lordism and get the people back
on it" today was opened at Bed-
fordJbyChflricellor LlcydGeorge.
"landlordism is the greatest
monopoly in the land and the
; pie are trusting in the gov-
ernment to put forth it-- strong
right hand to lift them from the
mire", says Lloyd George,
(Communicated )
LEC.'J LIRE
ON THE MILLENIUM.
turned.)
We will row consider some texts
> show the effects of 111 - lord's
coming upon 111 e earth. In Rev.
16th chapter it is e\ 1 v,, 1 John is
speaking of events 111 t take
in connection with the Lord's com-
in'..'. In t lie seven teen t!i verse he says,
" \nil the seventh angel poured nut
his vial into the an; and the'iI
n great voice out "f tin temple
in heaven ami fron the throne,
saying, it is doi I h* c
work is at that time finished,
prohationary {time is closed, I he
m xt verse iys, '" \ 1 > voices and thundering* and 11v:It- !
enings and there was a great earth*
< 111 ike, sueli as was not sini J men
were upon the earth, so might) nn
nquake, and sog 1 it" We need
not wander tiro ihere will he n
mighty earthquake at that tune,
when we remember tint it is the
time Jesus come* aftei ins people,
h iving completed His woil; is
I ligh Pi iest irj I.....en, I le comes
with great majesty an l p ivvei as
Luke my* "| l,. shall 1 nine in 111~
ou n (ilorv and in tin' glorj of the
Father and of the Imlv angels "
o m' time when ><') one angel
came from heawn to rs e the
Saviour frVm the lorrth there whs a
mighty earthquake; aod h then
can estimate the extent "f the
e,n thquake which will lie piodi
when Jesus crime* in ft II Mis Qlnry
and the glniy of 1 lie F ithei and all tin' hoi. angels? I hejni eteei ill
of t lus Rixtei nt h i-li ip'rr of
Re vela l ion furfliei 1 Ih'e'
^ ..I 1 he iipi ul i,i';
!111 J111 V ( i' '-1 il I osl upon 1 he
earl h, \ml t he grenl C.itv
divided into tin *e pa 11, mfd I lie
1 ties of the nations fell; and great
Babylon came 111 remembrance
before God in give unto net
cup "I the m inn 1 if 1 In- IJen enes
of His tfrath. And every island
lied awa.V and tin- mount,,!,:-, w ,,
not found". It seems tlmt ai (he-J
approach of this heavenly host the-'
surface of-the ear'h will be com
pletel) thanged, and all broken up.
I he mountains tvrll he torn down
and the islands will disappear the
lulls will move from one place to
another and great chasms Will Open
tip in 1 he earth and the mm will he
lashed into fury, tftiah speaks of
tins s ime event in the twenty
fourth chapter of his prophecy,
"Behold the Lord ma kef h tb* earth
empty .ml maketh it waste, .n I
turnetli it upside do'wn. and scat-
tereth nbroail theinhabitants therol
. The I mil s|,.,U I),- utterly
emptied and utterly spoiled, for
the Lord has tpnkeu this word. The
ear h mom in i a -ii i fadeth away,
lhe wot Id tan jmsdvlh 1 nil fadeth
au.iv, the hau. a. pe >ple of .the
e iith do languish I herefore
h.ltll I 1 I His.,- iteVO ae I Hie earth,
and they tint dwell therein ere
il'so'.ite: Th n Ime the inhabitants
of the earth a'e burned and lew
men left" Again in tire ninetee th
\i-isi- lie say* I he eai ih is ntterly
ii down; the etfth is clean
dissolved, tin- earth is moved ex
inglv. I lie earth shall reel to
and fro like a drunkar I. and 1
moved like a cottage; and the tinns
-1 a, shall he heavy up and it shall fall an not rise ..gain."
\ in we Nod that Jeremralt hau
something lo say on tins m
in tie; fourth chapter >f hi* t""
phi rv. I |e show* th it he 'i e iks
of the events c nni 1 led with
inn.' "I the l nrd, for he s ij
hears the found 1'( 'he Iruuip t.
which is to sound when Je*u* de
ids from heaven 11 I l>*ss: .); 16-
|7), An lieu ne si\s m 1 he 1 wen.
Iieth verse ''Destruction upon de*
truci ion I* coed ; for the
land is spoiled : suddenL ai. nn
tents spoiled and mv 1 in IS in* ill 1
moment. I '' held 1 lie em h
and, lo, it W as \\ 1 In ut for n
void; and : he he iven* and Ih- 1
no 1 ight, I beliel l the mount 1 m-.
.nni, |o, they liemblvd and th
lulls moved lieht ly, I he!
lo, I here was no man. and .1 ii
birds "I heaven w re Bed, I
and, lo, the fiin'ful plno
wild, 1 lies*, and ., II llif cit us V
hroki n diiwn with tbe pi *eiice I
the I.old, and In 111* fierce Bil |
For thus hath ihe I,md ajd, lie
Whole land sh ill he d s. ,| 1. ; ye-
will I 11 oi make., la'l end. I los is
sufficient lo show in what utlei
1111 1 tin- ear!Ii will he red 1 ed ai
the 1 o in ng of the Lord, and in tl is
lition it will mm 1 in dm ins he
thou* ind ye n s' during >* huh
the s nuts aie in lieu I en and the
wicked are in their graves.
\ \ we would he interested to
-. lire s.iian, lint old W r
pen' 1 he Devil is during tins
t one. I rhn tH I- U* in llln (os|
three verses ul the twentieth ch p
in oi Retelation lie says he saw
an 1 iv.'el 1 oine du,\ 11 I'm 11 heaven,
an.I he laid hold on the di igMA,
that old spi pert, and hound linn a
thousand \ens. Vnd he i 1*1 him
into a place called in the text, the
"hot! ; it", and set a seal
upon him and shut h an up that
he sh. >uI i i the ii.it ii ins no
more, \i iw 8 uu -t find out
what is mean 1 by U bottomleu
1 : 11 as it reads ii
would suggest h hole in th* ground
all the way through to the op.
pgite side of the earth. Hut when
we stop t'i considei 1 "ne of th-
oii.ei meanings of the ireek word
translated here "bottomleu pit" we
find it means., place ol grenl rtn
iness, war.te, p ifound, desi il i le,
uninhabited. Hul we h ive found
that tins is the state of tins earth
during th I years thai
Satan is boun I, I herefore tin* is
the pi n e in W hich he is shut up
Before this Satan has hul access
lo other parts ol God's e,re..i un-
1 v-eis., as is shown in the firsl
....... I C 1 iptei of J0I1. Hut dur
ing 'ins Millennium he will be con
fined t 1 this old broken Up earth,
there in solit uv dreariness to con-
template th.....gh :,ll these lonely
years, the iinn and desolation
which his n hellion Ins wrought.,
an I ul doom that awaits
in . Ji hu say* he sees the angel
[real eh mi in his I, mil
1 ill winch h" binds 8*1 in. Now
it would not be reasimable l sup
to he 11 i-'iain "f lileraI
I iron lml;s, ivith which Satan is in
It i~ either 1 chain of
instances bv which tins great,
ml for a thoiis ind
to a si ite of in nt ivity.
I- v 1 iii 11 Hum six 111' o 1.
igo 01 ,11 ire he has had
imi't it ' n op ul ise lus
I'ut now there is
no mi'1 M it 11 11 his reach I he light-
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