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w I 1Mb. I R I B U Nk XChc {Tribune S&'urdav.j October 19. 1913 We de ii toa rkn >\\ I I with thanks thecourtes\ nfthe Editor of "The Nassau Guardian," the publishers, for a eopyof'Histori cal Memor indum" relal I rl in N \\" Pi >vid< nee b\ Hon. I larcourl Malcolm, K. C a br f criticism of whic'i fol lo V. — Hon. Hircoun G. M C. Mr. M In is valu ontributinn to B ilia Tin n historv, and is another witness of hi I' i Ihe land r>| his birth >ur • • have tii inl whi i with IMM ;i id il i am izing that now -" i l ab >ut them To coll iti the I com ,II.| tn n lat the in ihei I un 'i' F thi 10 for which tliiColom -Ii uld 1"' ti fii! indi i \'. colm's pamphlel w il! be c >n. 'in d thai he has spare 1 no | ains to flip; G I nj ith %  'I 11 and whii h, in "l it i en .1 soun e I t.i the wi i Wliv the Crow •! should h con iu penditiKe m; I t< the emplov menl of the largi force which were app-in utly, required '" erect such wriw ,i< r I Cluitl >tte nnd ! i" I: I.in ti I 1 solving. I i 11 it worth the oiitl.n The sohiti in offered by "<'. s." in the "Nassau < Juardian" of Saturday last, m 13 Hi the truth than 1 13 own theory, which was that for decades og the dis 1 \ e 5 byColumbus, the Vmei i< considi red as the Western boundarv of Asia and si 1 n et e<] by the powers in Eun whos %  ; tion were inDarned b\ th< -1 lend id if the glory and wealth of that unknown continent. F011 Chai I 'Mi', with its subHI fastnesses : The U im with its massive masonry and unfortified ei I in lie will 1 itUP. 1 batti ti on ma uto 1 1 1 1 fir existence. ( me looks at our bar I %  — and infertility, • %  Oil '' faffi %  routi . and %  II ,\on |i at our formidable tin Of Mr, M %  Ii in I he i tory, "fh functon. is |>ur< ial, md priv ed of tli" nn not included in h 11 page 29 the 1 n d in" Lord Dim ore l all %  in rter fortifying and put Ivi in the besl 1 1 re iy a %  1 a u x 11 ia r y, %  he 1'orl to '\ in 'I'III'V I by tl VI em 1 ; lime was M I Jubil I ie Me %  1, %  plei in spite of rnj a,nn. the c mipilei 1 kvill Mill il %  • ,\ 1 .;•• Iiuir.ii 11 I iI i)f thi % ••irk MIHV be :lt. II v ami 1 1' 1 1 11111 1 11 pail II' ih I very IVI "Inn indeed : I 1 1 them being dismanl led. I he nn t in 1 < 1 .-11 %  • coyei ing this i,(ii i and Ihe reasons j\< n b\ the War Office for this null would Inas interesting to 1 %  mo remote hittor) which \li M ilcolm's genius have produce I 11 C C. j In the art ii Ie "I 1 an i about t ie Bahamas," appi ai in "The Strombus," w hn Ii Mi, Christie iediting, die 1 rrival of Wood Rog rs is S id to have taken pi ice nn thi 2l July, 1718 while Mr. M Icolm to have 01 curred on the I .' that year, DRIFT OF I HI. < >CI \\. 1 follow i 'i tained in .1 bot Ie found al II ile in the Wall, Vb n ., h II on the loth Is leml from the i< Mr. \. \ 11 Ro I. "Buttle 1 II,' "J. Mane ;. M 1 1 • I N I %  %  A I!. "I he W and tl an %  III. I til* M 'tor d this in Ii .inn with 111 111 Mails to • d pei "Fraiu 01 ) o 1 I ill. *• il : I M irrived thi 0011 diami il Die Mail \ d frn New York 4 p and nu. i\ mi' in r 17th 1 > :tobei ; The Coin 1 met at 11 a m, I'resi rH : His HoiHMII I) I : I :. K. C. Chiel 1 The I Ionble II <".. \l ilciilm, C, \V. I S. Call n \ % % %  1 i • %  1 !11 1 \ in Mrs. Doll ,,,1 I |)r. D 1 Mi (." 1 Plaintifl Mr. Mai 11 I' 11 fur dan %  i | U 1 > lor \l il ioni,; ;iion. Witnesses Joseph Knowles, 1 Wiltshire, Bei lard Joseph ( J reene, I hsmissed with costs. Ii appears that tinplan tiff, Miss Munnings was employed by Ih*. Dolley some'ime about |iil\ as :i laun h and h s^ sarvant, lat< 1 M ,; %  '11 I here an 1 I thai Mi-Munnings should do laun dry work only ; Miss Munnii had pn i jouslv b in in the 1 ploj of Dr. Doll In Sept* mb ; Mrs Doll chai ithoul notice and w itho Munnii toi pt, ami walk u to Old %  1 distan utthirti Di D ughi ber to X.i' iu in Ins .nit lence 1 il Ins '. was 0 1 On i'imi •. Doll h v : ii a | I .1 I.I i had -' %  ilen, on the word I Miss Mil that illirhei enl with 1 h, thei felt in I I and Mi-s Mil 'Ins action for r< in i digiiv whi' Ii ii • she was, "hurl %  I The I considi r 11 \\ .ir rant, a p and ulice iu so di ling and 1111 ling!) non the plaintiff. 17 th To I • %  Tribi Youi correspond I iquirer" : e attention 1 1 ie vital '. 1 of children by i ii -in of drunken< 1 4 I,', ligi n a an 1 KM ating I mere si 1 problems mu ti think, md if "I 'I nquirei" has me in more than this by his at deal, solution ni ih ie pr


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' %  J Nullivis addictus (virare in verba magistrl. Beinj; bound to swear to ihe Dogma.* >l no Master X. NASSAU, N. P.. Ba.ha.mas, Saturday, October VOL. 18. 191) No. 276 I KON r Dl 'I CM. ANI P tor Bill oi 0KF1CI a M N > \UKI V -TIM KT 111 N. I'.. F.AIMMA*. r. (i. Hoi loIVUUSIIU) DMI.Y. i la), Ve<1 1 r-<\ %  | ii tingle Cop] ... ) %  '. rinirMtav *'! %  RM1 ill h '-..i i ... ill V k\\ j j.l lo ih ... ..i*.4l 3 I 1 (01 l> .!•. rlall Wo I. r*i inv ift* PAY \ d IN n\'ANCi. Advertising i.'.i'f. six pence pei line for first i. -c-iti.-ii : ilnrr penes pel line t'.i . %  < i %  :' i '— %  ilion; and ime i -im\ | 11 iioe %  '•'!n,i c insertion* \ Iveitinemepti under >iph1 lines ,-.. WIND INS'I RllMf NTS WD HEALTH .1,-ini' l"ii derick R< gers, M. I. A G'tOflly number of men im I not n few w omen IM*C miribui the | MII and prolongatiu i <>f their livej in the ptm lie of plnyii g upon the flute, cornet, i>r music 11 insi'umeni lequir, 111 LT I In use of ii i pi .iInn "i gan*. fur 11"pn %  11r> 11< >n nl t -nr. I v i'|!-i>r'Mi!iin'j exercise* have always been cousid"rerl nl much hem fn fi>r the well, ml MIi <11-e care, for those — 11 n 'tinn from 1-^— of ilip nrg 'us <>' broillung, There hats heen some question, however, ami>|| medical men, ns In I lie b iilit lobe derived from blowing upon wind instrument* where Ihe instrument required much forcing of i he 11 en i h, and, therefore, the production nl high pressure within the lungs and 111<>11> 111;11 tithes, There is ;i noiuncommon disease of the lung*, called emphysema, in which these Mhec me permanently blown np m overdistended from stretching of lite air-sacs*, and, until re. rently, one cause of th duease ,\.is believed to he the blowing of wind-instruments. Although, upon fir>t thought the wind-instrument would seem to be to blame for this condition, llns stud if I "f the w liter and others 11 lie shown ih 11 there is n > foundation whatever f"r this belief, and wird musical instiumenti can be discharged as guiltless in the case I indisease is brought about primarily l>\ bronchitis and other causes *' bi' ii di itrnj iinel isticity f ;,.,\ kind is lliit we adults have very much more breithing apparatus than we need and make if, f. II ordinal y purp ses. Puring ihe d,i\s of childhood and youth we bring it all into play dequentlv, in connection with aclive I d'ly exercise; but afier we Uave settled into the routine of office '>r shop, we in ike only such respiratory xertion as is necessary to parry oul nut v-iy limited bodi|y movenrenis. I' iris "f the adult lungs are seldom, 'f ever, fully exppnded. The IMIIV alwayi econo in / egin. In blowing upon wind insfuments, ihese regjnus of ihe lungs are brought into action, and ought to be benefited accordingly by the irr.pmved nutrition which always accompanies II Wind-instrumentalists are, of course, not rendered immune to disease, even of the respiratory or. g.ois, bv their exercise. 'I hey must lake care of themselves in other ways if they would b well; but there is evidence that, with such care, they aie comparatively free from disease of the breathing apparatus. Mr. Innes, Ihe noted bandmaster, says thai among |the great many musicians he has employed from time to time only one member of his band suffered from tuberculosis, and he played the string bass (not a wind-instrument). Mr. Brook, of the Chicago Marine hand, wrote metliat after thirty-eight years' active experience with wind-instrument players, he has never known one to die of tuberculosis "except where the cause was directly traceable to the excessive use of cigarettes." Mr. Clair, of Barnura and IUiley's circus, said that in thirteen years he had not known a man in his employ who was troubled with any disease of the lungs. Mr. Krehbiel, the eminent critic, writps that in an experience of some thity years with such musicians, lie can recall only one instance of death from lung disease among performers on wind-instruments. Not all performers have been free from lung disease by any means, but the playing on the instrument has apparently had nothing to do with bringing on the disease. Quant/, ihe teacher of the flute to Frederick the Greet, nearly two centuries ago wrote of the benefit of flute pl.iyir g for those disposed to respiratory affections: and Sidney Lamer, piobably the most brilliant llutist this country has produced, was enthusiastic over the exercise, not only as a means of keeping the lung! in good Condi I ion, oul even for consumptives. He considered the exercise of flute playing, DOt carried to the point of fatigue, to be more beneficial in relieving the feeling of chest oppressiofl and the hacking cough Of the consumptive, "than all the drugs lliat can be administered." He adds that be "knows positively and personally of most signal '> %  %  11efit." I.amer was a consumptive bui his disease is attributed lo exposure 'I s a prisoner during the war. At any rate, he was well up to that time, Mis fust hemorrhage came when he was t venty-four years of age and he lived to be tin rty-niee, continuing his flute playing until his last year. All win l-instiu nents require deep biealhing, but differ much as to the muscular effort required in producing tones. The flute needs veiy little effort, not so much as for vocal utterance, and for deep breathing


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Nullivis addictus (virare in verba magistrl.
Beinj; bound to swear to ihe Dogma.* >l no Master
X. Nassau, N. P.. Ba.ha.mas, Saturday, October
VOL. 18. 191) No. 276
I KON r Dl 'I CM.
* ani P tor Bill oi
0KF1CI a m N> \UKI V -TIM KT
111 N. I'.. F.AIMMA*.
r. (i. Hoi lo-
IVUUSIIU) DMI.Y.
' i la), Ve<11 r-<\ | ii
tingle Cop] ... )'.
rinirMtav *'! RM1 ill ,
h '-..i i ... ill
V k\\ .......jj.l
lo ih ... ..i*.4l
3 I 1 (01 l> ...... .!.
rlall Wo I.
r*i inv ift*
Pay\'d in n\'ANCi.
Advertising i.'.i'f. six pence pei line
for first i. -c-iti.-ii : ilnrr penes pel line
t'.i .< i :' i' ilion; and ime i -im\ | 11
iioe '" ''!n,i c insertion*
\ Iveitinemepti under >iph1 lines ,-..
WIND INS'I RllMf NTS
WD HEALTH
.1,-ini' l"ii derick R< gers,
M. I.
A G'tOflly number of men im I
not n few w omen Im*c miribui
the | mii and prolongatiu i
<>f their livej in the ptm lie of
plnyii g upon the flute, cornet, i>r
music 11 insi'umeni lequir,
111lt iIn use of ii.....ipi .iInn "i
gan*. fur 11"- pn 11r> 11< >n nl t -nr.
Ivi'|!-i>r'Mi!iin'j exercise* have
always been cousid"rerl nl much
hem fn fi>r the well, ml MIi <11-e
care, for those 11 n 'tinn from 1-^
. of ilip nrg 'us <>' broillung,
There hats heen some question,
however, ami>|| medical men, ns
In I lie b ii- lit lobe derived from
blowing upon wind instrument*
where Ihe instrument required
much forcing of i he 11 en i h, and,
therefore, the production nl high
pressure within the lungs and
111<>11> 111;11 tithes, There is ;i noi-
uncommon disease of the lung*,
called emphysema, in which these
M- hec me permanently blown
np m overdistended from stretch-
ing of lite air-sacs*, and, until re.
rently, one cause of th duease
,\.is believed to he the blowing of
wind-instruments.
Although, upon fir>t thought
the wind-instrument would seem
to be to blame for this condition,
llns stud if I "f the w liter and others
11 lie shown ih 11 there is n > founda-
tion whatever f"r this belief, and
wird musical instiumenti can be
discharged as guiltless in the case
I in- disease is brought about
primarily l>\ bronchitis and other
causes *' bi' ii di itrnj iin- el isticity
drummer, or pianist is as ,-ipt to be
ted i- ili" nei former upon the
trumpet or trombone.
The reason for the voluntary
practise ol respiiatory exercises <>f
;,.,\ kind is lliit we adults have
very much more breithing ap-
paratus than we need and make
if, f. ii ordinal y purp ses. Pur-
ing ihe d,i\s of childhood and
youth we bring it all into play
dequentlv, in connection with ac-
live I d'ly exercise; but afier we
Uave settled into the routine of
office '>r shop, we in ike only such
respiratory xertion as is necessary
to parry oul nut v-iy limited bodi-
|y movenrenis. I' iris "f the adult
lungs are seldom, 'f ever, fully ex-
ppnded. The ImiIv alwayi econo
in / possib'< '-.'iw re-
gions of lung ri'e accordingly slight-
theit Mipply of nutriment.
These parts become weaker in
. w iv, ,ii d cjmsequenllv less
(jl lo w 'tlist md 'be attacks of
hacteri i, which aie al all tunes
ing a dvtelling.pln^e in some
in.
I lie upper pnitions of the lungs
are the puts which are brought
into action least extensively in or-
dinary respiration, and it is in
these legions that tuberculoeis is
most apt t" l>egin. In blowing
upon wind insfuments, ihese re-
gjnus of ihe lungs are brought in-
to action, and ought to be benefit-
ed accordingly by the irr.pmved
nutrition which always accom-
panies ii
Wind-instrumentalists are, of
course, not rendered immune to
disease, even of the respiratory or.
g.ois, bv their exercise. 'I hey must
lake care of themselves in other
ways if they would b well; but
there is evidence that, with such
care, they aie comparatively free
from disease of the breathing ap-
paratus. Mr. Innes, Ihe noted
bandmaster, says thai among |the
great many musicians he has em-
ployed from time to time only one
member of his band suffered from
tuberculosis, and he played the
string bass (not a wind-instru-
ment). Mr. Brook, of the Chicago
Marine hand, wrote metliat after
thirty-eight years' active experience
with wind-instrument players, he
has never known one to die of
tuberculosis "except where the
cause was directly traceable to the
excessive use of cigarettes." Mr.
Clair, of Barnura and IUiley's cir-
cus, said that in thirteen years he
had not known a man in his em-
ploy who was troubled with any
disease of the lungs. Mr. Krehbiel,
the eminent critic, writps that in
an experience of some thity years
with such musicians, lie can recall
only one instance of death from
lung disease among performers on
wind-instruments.
Not all performers have been free
from lung disease by any means,
but the playing on the instrument
has apparently had nothing to do
with bringing on the disease.
Quant/, ihe teacher of the flute to
Frederick the Greet, nearly two
centuries ago wrote of the benefit
of flute pl.iyir g for those dis-
posed to respiratory affections: and
Sidney Lamer, piobably the most
brilliant llutist this country has
produced, was enthusiastic over
the exercise, not only as a means
of keeping the lung! in good Con-
di I ion, oul even for consumptives.
He considered the exercise of flute
playing, DOt carried to the point
of fatigue, to be more beneficial in
relieving the feeling of chest op-
pressiofl and the hacking cough Of
the consumptive, "than all the
drugs lliat can be administered."
He adds that be "knows positively
and personally of most signal '> 11-
efit." I.amer was a consumptive
bui his disease is attributed lo ex-
posure 'Is a prisoner during the
war. At any rate, he was well up
to that time, Mis fust hemorrhage
came when he was t venty-four
years of age and he lived to be tin r-
ty-niee, continuing his flute play-
ing until his last year.
All win l-instiu nents require deep
biealhing, but differ much as to the
muscular effort required in produc-
ing tones. The flute needs veiy lit-
tle effort, not so much as for vocal
utterance, and for deep breathing


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I
1Mb. I R I B U Nk
XChc {Tribune
S&'urdav.j October 19. 1913
We de ii toa rkn >\\ I I with
thanks thecourtes\ nfthe Editor
of "The Nassau Guardian," the
publishers, for a eopyof'Histori
cal Memor indum" relal
I rl in N \\" Pi >vid< nee b\
Hon. I larcourl Malcolm, K. C
a br f criticism of whic'i fol
lo V.
Hon. Hircoun G. M C.
Mr. M In is
valu ontributinn to B ilia
Tin n historv, and is another
witness of hi
I' i Ihe land r>| his birth >ur
have tii inl
whi i with imm ;i id il i
am izing that now -" i l
ab >ut them To coll iti the I
com ,ii.| tn n lat
the in ihei I un
'i' F thi
10 for
which tlii- Colom -Ii uld 1"'
ti fii! indi
i \'.
colm's pamphlel w il! be c >n.
'in d thai he has spare 1 no
| ains to flip; G I nj ith

'I11 and whii h, in
"l it<- official ch is verj
inter tine i iding
'llw fort i lira t inns of ihi i
land ha> i en .1 soun e
I t.i the wi i
Wliv the Crow ! should h
con iu
penditiKe m; I t< the emplov
menl of the largi force which
were app-in utly, required '"
erect such wriw ,i< r I
Cluitl >tte nnd !!i" I: I.in ti
I 1
solving. I i
11 it worth the
oiitl.n The sohiti in offered by
"<'. s." in the "Nassau < Juar-
dian" of Saturday last, m 13
Hi the truth than 1 13 own
theory, which was that for
decades og the dis 1 \ e 5
byColumbus, the Vmei i<
considi red as the Western boun-
darv of Asia and si 1 n et
e<] by the powers in Eun
whos ; tion were in-
Darned b\ th< -1 lend id
if the glory and wealth of that
unknown continent.
F011 Chai I 'Mi', with its sub-
hi fastnesses : The U im
with its massive masonry and
unfortified ei I in
lie will 1 it- up.
1
batti ti
on ma uto 1 1 1 1 fir
existence. ( me looks at our bar
I and infertility,

Oil ''
faffi routi . and II
,\on |i at our formidable tin
Of Mr, M

Ii in I he i tory, "fh
functon. is |>ur< ial, md
priv '
ed of tli" nn not
included in h
11 page 29 the 1 n d in"
Lord Dim ore l all
in rter
fortifying and put
Ivi in the besl
1 1 re iy a 1 a u x 11 ia r y,
he 1'orl to '\ in
'i'IIi'v I
by tl
VI em 1 ; lime
! was m I
Jubil
I ie Me 1, ''
plei in spite of rnj
a,nn. the c mipilei 1
kvill Mill
il ,\ 1 .; Iiuir.ii 11
I i- I
i)f thi ?irk mihv be
:lt.
II v ami 1 1' 11" 11111111
pail ii' ih
I very ivi "Inn indeed : I 1
1 them being dismanl led. I he
nn t in. 1 < 1.-11 coyei ing this
i,(ii i and Ihe reasons j\< n b\
the War Office for this null
would In- as interesting to 1
mo remote hittor) which
\li M ilcolm's '
genius have produce I 11 C C.
j
In the art ii Ie "I' 1 an i
about t ie Bahamas," appi ai
in "The Strombus," w hn Ii Mi,
Christie i- editing, die 1 rrival
of Wood Rog rs is S id to
have taken pi ice nn thi 2l
July, 1718 while Mr. M Icolm
to have 01 curred on the
I .' that year,
DRIFT OF I HI. < >CI \\.
1 follow i 'i
tained in .1 bot Ie found al
II ile in the Wall, Vb n ., h
II on the loth Is
leml
from the i< Mr.
\. \ 11 Ro .
I. "Buttle 1 !
II,'
"J. Mane ;. M 1 '
1 I N I
A "
I!. "I he W
and tl an

III. I til*
M 'tor"
d this in Ii .inn
with 111 111 -
Mails to d pei
"Fraiu 01
) o 1 I ill.
*
il : I M "
irrived thi 0011
diami il
Die Mail \
d frn New York 4 p
and
nu.
i\ mi' in r
17th 1 > :tobei ;
The Coin 1 met at 11 a m,
I'resi rH :
His HoiHMII I) I : I :.
K. C. Chiel 1 The I Ion-
.......ble II <".. \l ilciilm, C,
\V. I S. Call n \ . 1 i -
1!11 1 \ in
Mrs. Doll ,,,1 I |)r. D 1
Mi (." 1 Plaintifl
Mr. Mai 11 I' 11
fur dan i | U 1 > lor
\l il ion- i,; ;iion.
Witnesses Joseph Knowles,
1 Wiltshire, Bei lard
. Joseph.....(Jreene,
I hsmissed with costs.
Ii appears that tin- plan tiff,
Miss Munnings was employed
by Ih*. Dolley some'ime about
|iil\ as :i laun h and h s^
sarvant, lat< 1 M ,; ' '11
I here an 1 I thai
Mi-- Munnings should do laun
dry work only ; Miss Munnii
had pn i jouslv b in in the 1
ploj of Dr. Doll
In Sept* mb ; Mrs Doll
chai ithoul
notice and w itho
Munnii toi pt,
ami walk u to Old
1 distan utthirti
Di D
ughi ber to X.i' iu in Ins
.nit lence 1 il
Ins '. was 0 1
On i'imi . Doll
h v : ii a
| I .1 I.I
i had -' ilen, on the word
I
Miss Mil that illir-
hei enl with 1 h,
thei felt in I
I
and Mi-s Mil 'Ins
action for r< in i dig-
iiv whi' Ii ii she
was, "hurl I
The I considi r
11 \\ .ir
rant, a p and
ulice iu so di ling and
1111 ling!) non the plain-
tiff.
. 17 th .
To I Tribi
Youi correspond
I iquirer" ': e attention
1 1 ie vital
'. 1 of children by
i ii -in of drunken<
14 I,', ligi n a an 1 Km ating
I mere si
1 problems mu ti think,
md if "I 'I nquirei" has
me in more than this by his
at deal,
solution ni ih ie pr 1- im yon I of a ni
p 11 .,1 discw ion, N
I believe that tin nnlj cur< 1
n ligion Rnd edu< al ion ; but the
mni iini-1 iii- real and the
.dm ation serious.
I iimot i-ii.i ,n adding thai
; iisal ol Chaptei 111, section
III, of Finlay's Historv of the
Byzantine Empirs would furnish
food for reflection in the minds
1


T K I B I S .
Of lillllll V TlllS litllf
I
ol the^rol n ; as l
ti<>nal i :i in
N hi should 11
I, ly" and "piiii< lu.ilii
thus .ml ih .
' y.
Kin fllj. in inj '", tin.1
i
II 11 a 11 d i 11 y a 11 y I I: r i
th nig Fr
i!
I
w n.i'i. DS'; \\
i.o\
X li Or t. IS111 tl
I i
Why ai
, l
hi
In I '
i| V\ >'
'
oittsi f>l
I. L II
,M)\ 1)1
ANN* lUNCKD
WiU'.
I'll to
lli" world
i
i '' ''!'
V, ; | |
or I i nit .it
i
climnoi it
ers \m\ tntii ms
I
In I
bin Mi
the r.imiK el
and I theii
i''i\ii . N ii lias t"
be i i.i,
the ii foi
the w11 el tit a
i miles a second,
I at a .li -i nice ol miles
i i sen li i s ke>
n| tin- n c ivei s
tele i...... .i simull I hi
p.....ipal ti ne in .ii'
sent at lo.a. m., 11 53"p in i i
:45 p. m and midnight. Begin-
n .it Ji i : jo '''' ') night, B
"tap" pel -i nil is Mill I'H I
minutes until the i8oth tap
marl : '.
message is set
followed bj
B : the inli i
,i signal i- sent. |
Tim e separat
i ish
: i
I fel 'I
i is so p
i
llip
!
i
i ic.itt pan \
M VI
l i o n <) f 11
i i
I-1 ' two
i.l brilli

l\ll\ n
' lifts
' n

11111
How I
|n th

the |
Iml i ,
null than an
Irjlii and extinguish, and, m i
OVCI "US III
untiiin'1'.
] -.!/( S,
ly, .mil
lilt "i
i li.
re of tii 11-M.ii
run form, ;'" idi d Ijj
I r,
with an oul i lion
[ilatforn i [all the way
around tin' lantern.
i lights nr< pla I in p iir i.
in.I the navigntoi ias. only hi
mi the null li" ril the "n a I'
to |,i, i d m ith safelv and di i
h._______
you s \i i
(I (ii SE and Lot on West Si.
[ f.H p irlicu'an M.
K Dean m Michael R i < 'js ^
St, \' w Vorli C ly.
WHY DO MILLIONS |
of housewives use Sunlight Soap.'*
Have you ever tried to ascertain?
A piece ol
Sunlight Soap
used in your next wash will
explain to you the reason.
You will find that Sun-
light Soap used in the
wasli saves your time,
labour and money, and,
what is more, saves
your clothes.
Try it in your next Wash.
i i \i K BROTH! i'.s i IMIIH),
. DK | i si .ill I-M.I \MI
Maiden Trip
>e Masted Schooner
CORINTHIA
' I -
\ \ I , Hhoul lilt
;ii,.,. h sufficient in.
s Will lulli .1 it
|V t<>
I. u JOHNSON,
tlci. i N '
! I I I .
rAiniii.ii .....In
..,.;, nf Hi--
, i Ltailmitg I-.....;i'"1 ''"
i_v Limited a ill
ipanysd
i .i
\1\
\ .!, Sri |. I II V.
L
CRWH
i 1913
Cardiff, 1". All ho| 1
cujn miners en
tombi rl in the Univei
\ iruially has been ab indoned,
Up 1 1 a ; ite hour tonight p,
d,
Liverpo .1, H 'I en pa
kVei and many injt
1.1 u
lH.lu |o ii train and I
Mam he
Union 1 1 Penn 1,1 I
t|l,. it.III'.:-...
men nl the Unit< d States, Eng-
land and thousands ol spe tators,
memoi ial mi mumi m to
Brad loi It, 1 1 lam >u
, ,11 i.ii was unvi i
today.
Mexii o, 16. I he diplomatic
representativi of (ireal Britai 1,
F1 ill.. Sp mi. Cuba, < iual ?n
md Norw i
lecided ton omi 1 nd that tl
, tjve govei 11 nents si
for the 1
of affording
1 Id 'ondi t ions
; 111 I 111
MissPratt, a milit int suffragetti
toil 1;
tud
ittiug fire to a house in tin
city.
London, 16. Sii Rich 1 d M
Bride, I' e niei of British *
lumliia who is now m Englan .
! ..11 Sii I.l wan
(;rey th of 1 0 icilinj
. lin's pro Japan
\ itn British Lolura
detei m to nfon
it-, dei i- ion to exi lude A >iatu
from its teiritorj.
St. Louis, i'i. Edward Ra
and Harrj V< rdon, the Biitis
rs, t'o-daj
Milli 1 and Ji Bse Carlton on tin
Normandie Links.
Now is the time to Buy!
Aunt Hannah's
DEATH DROPi
1 '.ii. i 1
ma
vorkquK u 1 I
inj hi U '" "
11 i<.
pot up in imbin .linn | 10
AI N I UANNA -
Roach Powrj.-r
I in- in..st 1111 i.H'tiva
..a the
Put up
sprinkli r-topcani
A I I IOTI
1 liny Street.
IT


r
T
TT
i u h I rii;ii
-I- i9'3
it is the ideal instrument. Next
in ordi i n| effort would come the
oboe and bassoon, the soprano
ixophone and clarinet. The
small brass instrumi ms, ihe comet
and trumpet, requite most effort
in forcing the breath, though not
much more than tor loud and high,
piched vocal utterance. The larg-
er brass instruments require a me-
dium pressure but large volume of
breath to set them vibrating. All
instruments require much I.....s ex-
ertion after one learns the knack
of handling them; the efforl is re.
duced to a minimum and the plea-
sure of the exercise is raised to a
maximum hy studying the instru-
ment with a master.
(To be conclnd sd.1
Sch. "Winifred M."
(J HLS for MIAMI, Fla
O FRIDAY. 0C1
For Passage or Freight
Apply t,.
WALTER K. Mo >RE.
HORSK FOR SALE
N Good condition
Apply,
M. i. RUSSELL,
" I In- Shamrock"
Bay Street City.
Shingles
Best No. i llcut 5111. Cypress
Shingles at f q 60 pei ihou- j
-.iihI df jo bundles
Discounts on Lit--,,f m'er
5000 shingli s.
Special Price
also on rheaper grades -also
5111. Cypress al $6.72 per
thousand of jo bundles. This
pri e made possible bya very
large purchase,
I- resh sto k arriving every
w.ck.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
\ass,,i, \. I'..
"*' pt, -", 1913,
SfcSSS *^>* i'i?
Mm Baby's Welf are $f
THE -ALLENBURYS- FOODS being per ectly digestible and closely rcsem-
bbng human milk, give freedom from ( igestive ailments, promote sound
sleep and ensure vigorous he .1th and development.
MILK FOOD No. 1.
From birlb lo 3 mooibs.
and the ALLENTtU'RYS' FLbDER. Simplest and Best.
MILK POOD
From 3 lo O im.i.
M Al. i No. 3
hroni b mrdt.
I o mug.u:>up'.varda.
70 BE OUT MM! FROM v.i' AND STVh
A Pamphlet on ln!,.ni ftttag ..id NlUfMMM Tree. "VQ
ALLEN & HAN (It It VS
ST W'DAK'I) OIL COS
Gasoline
i
Drums 110 Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. 1'. Sands
an arrival "Fran* ss I.
Only Five Drums each week.
117 r. woum
V f> v- mi
iilll
mke that we now
A CIGARS, we
nd Sum 'I
22cts.
Cash on
r. i
September 23,
T
I )eliver
S A U NI
1013. .
1 form all who appreciate a Good :
1 ind in extensive Slock nd tn !> made "I 1 he finest I la
Wrap) r>rs, mil i! ,\ ., Killers throughout
I '1 manufactured on nui premises
GALL. "".''.-"' I'"'1- (;.11 en to produce an article < >r qimlii\
The success we h ive met with in the pasi leads u Confidently toexpvcl
the pationage nl c.....loiseurs.
J. I.. SAUNDERS a I
Bai Sti
vkilh'il workmen
Mi-
w
.ECTRICI I V.
OUSI S, Business PI res ami
and i Inn. m-, (\ jred, ( mi.
' 1 '- I iki ,.,_.. liflilfllilL'.
Magi
II
and Mi I
*\ III
Electric Vlmm*, F#in
Irons, > i .. n p m
"killlul Viitmii Htil*
Flight* ! p.ii
A Cliauffi in il require^
'me.
M 'I .mi .1 f'i 1 ! ittnig, 1
All work -.'ti I ictotily dnm i
in inner t-> -,nt rhe m si emu il
\ 1 1 eu li. 11. 1. m VSON,
P.O. Box 64.
<>r frill me' I Iflice,
ANOTHER SHIP.vicnt
OF TRUNKS AM) LEATHER
GOODS. Just Received;
ILI.IWIS
I III' SHOI VI VN
as just add il in 1 1- nlie d)
la 1 lie Ml'.iplv i-'i I i inf.
bnglihh and Vm*.
rican lii .-. |" 1.t_._
lisli ,; 11 I VnI II .III
I Ires* >>ii r i hm s
(som I tilled ire
III M i l
Iilll.
. Nlti hell, \ii.ilI .'-.
!oi .'.| Lou 11 Bags 1
Prices more interesting 1I1 m
e\ ei.
I'l-IAII IS llll I II.- 1" p nl
|r iv.iliiiy ,. ill
1 Vlk'l Ins I 1 .
; 1
.1 -' '11 I inn iiiiw.
Wll.l.l \\|--
IOLESALE aNIJ RE I VII.
I'l.l' \\i I V|EX I'.
FOR
Oi SE eu
pn ii ni
MUI 1 Up l.-(|. 1
An'. n>i.
H
RENT.
' !' ..\ Strei l, al
1.....1 ied l) r. P.
I'-sfssii n givrn |ht.
'
W Mil |< 1;. MOORE
thf; worlds jidomknt
makes powi iful tin- name
i nginf:.
Kit
and
Wl
W. \. MATHER
I NDERTAKEH
DESIRES 1.....form Ins friends
and I be Public thai he lias
jn-i received n complete outfit nl
11 1 mi-, for the business nl an un.
'!' rtaker, which places h.....n <
p-........" ( hi ...it Funerals thai
iii.i\ lie entrusted |o his care with
11 .ind despatch ; nrid respi cl
full) solicits tin ii- |i,,ti,,n.,.: i iei
nn Pi ' ii -1 1 nd prove tlt.it they
'"' ,!"' *rty ;,,, i'n,t class
H .il,
lOW's UllS
277. -'j') Itay.stieet,
NOTICE
in.
r^RF.^H FRUM Iusi Recei
pei S S '
it Re isonable Pi icos 11/
l v relies Pears
ilifornia Grap
King Apples,
at
|AS. L. 5XUNDI RS. A CO.
Lloyd im ,1 in'
the povvei ol the majority.
Kai i; of ill. Standard
the Stan-
dard Motor Construe-
turn Co., 171 Pine st.f
Jersey City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nataau, N. P.
Agenl foi tin' Bahamas.
T
Notice.
HIS is to remini
of the Old Si ind i.\. S. Ell
the
UIIIIC
it's
Bjy Mreet,
tin* Manage.
1
Joiner Shop) Easl
which is now under
iiiciii of
I WES \. EVANS
I'ONTR \C I'OR \\|> JOINER
ll-niil made V'offint ol every des>
crjptmn, I am prepared i>> givt
you excel lent wotk. best of iefer
enres. For turning, etc., see us, \V,
guarantee to satisfy you and an
confident that we can suit you,
JL_


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