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i II I: I K I li li i\h Jl Zbc tribune T\iesd.-\v.| October 21. 191 ^ The lion. Dr. and \I>s F. A. Holmes returned this morning per "Vigilancia" from a visit up North. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A Brook arrived this morning per "Vigilancia" The Tribune axt lul-. a welcome. j Mr riiid Mr--. R. Barnes 5 herd were among tin' passengi rs who arrived this morning per "Vigilancia". Welcome I Ionic j* Charles E Bethell, Esq., M. L. A. who has been spending some time in England was among the passengers whoarrive this morning. .* We had the pi' ; in,' this morning, the three very j gninl gentleman w host n follow : Mr (). T. Conover, President of the Burton i d Davis Company, Wholi Grocers of New York Citj : Mr. John \V. Martin, R pr< Armour & Go's Branch, Jack ville Fla.; Frank W.Tibben R • presenting the Debevoise Co., Paint Manufacturers of Brook lyn. New York. Tie'' "Tribune" extends ;i welcometn tl i tlemen, and hopes that their st II be both plea-ant and profitable. I Mad Sti amer "Vigilancia" arrived ties mornine from New York with th< follow pa., %  Mises Una I lolrnes, Marv F. Mall. Ii n ( ,. \ Sjurrup iMesrlnrnesCathariiK< %  Know li i'. Bn Sturrup, and Bruce W. Yeazi 11 : The Hon. and Mrs Joseph Brown, I lie | Hon. I>r. and Mn I ra i i A. Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. | iei A Brook, Mi. and Mrs. William I'. I'Vaser. Mr. and Mrs. I I. Randall, Mr. and Mrs, Rol i rt I'.. Shepherd; \l \ inrent Brown, Cl arl< s F. IVt Oi \ ill" I Com i\ cr, \i hur I I. ( Edward I leoi ;e,Ci irntrl Kno i 1' ilus Man %  < %  I %  %  R. M -hall, John W M Jn< k Peterson. I .. Tib and .1 ihn I mli ; Captain 1 rles B. H< m ick. Missi ilia I lall md Doris 'I inkei ; Mesdamcs Pr in< i %  1 ini %  \. and Elizabeth Tinl Messrs Timoth\ E. B tin, William Green, and O. Ernest Johnson,(39) and one in transit for Mexico In The Suprem I Court October Sessions Tuesday 31St ( et. I |Ij The Court tint at I0. ;> a.m. Present : I li> I lonour, 1). Tudi ir, Esq, K. C. Chief Justice ; t he I Ion. II G. Malcolm, K. C \cting Attorney I ieneral : The Regit trai I Prov si Marshal The Acting Attorn I i neral informed the Court that the witm ss< ii the pending ca had not yet an ived. The Court adjnurne 1 until IO V i a. m Thursday 23rd I.on ; Day Cays 16th Octobei 1 Monday evi ning 6th insi drove off the general nemo' here, and the perfonn nces on that evening form the f ature in the history of this tlemeol and tend to slfbw the general ambition which this remote pai t of the Col is developing. It had been noised abroad a few days ago that Mr. Felix Smith of Kemp's B iv w as contemplating an 1 ntertainment and its geaeral announceineiit act< d many isitois to 1 part of the settlement 1" -ailed "I ligh Mock" to see vhai material Mr. Smith n nt on his stage. Shortly after q p. in. Mi aith the Chairman decla en tertainment opi nedai d • pili igu< %  • d I by Master Arn ild 1 iibl -. I en be gan recitations, so 1 is, quai tets and dial I lie ill"; of C Ul panied by guitai r\ ires of the y a iv lad led v\ ith tie 1 ile lent pln\ inj{ "I the tar made quite pleasant mus ic The beauty of tin n oonlighl night, the IIK 1 den by tli 1 and the sti in~s c tlie MII 'ounding countrv showed that Nature w hen HIIOWI to 1 redomiuate is %  ne ol the si yondei ful de signs of il n me. Th %  ladles (f the Stage ere riehlv and nicely dressi d t r 1 < %  11 11 ilk w 1 habits coui tied will rial wn ctthsand 1 1 1 ir presented on11 and reflects much lie %  u ho were regional' appearance. It is worthy <>f note that several young ladies from "Smith I lill" were accessory to the general sueess of the entertai rmenl and too much eutogy cannot li bestowed on them for th %  way in which they won their spurs on that memorable Miss Hive Addei l< I" autifullj 1 I and much lit is die 01 %  Mi 1 i t h e r t o torious for had I invi ntion Ian il must be in dited with tranquil b hail at the 1 ntertai nt among the (it h C <)D Bro vn. Esq, I. I' and Mis. Brown. At 111 igi imme 1 he Ch 11 '^.m mi Mr. Brown to adi %  invent ion. This -i.m made a few remarks and ed ins surprise and 1 ion and insisted that ive a coloor1 imunity must cnntii ue ti 1 I le drew a contrast .'eeii d populati ihl Colony and those of the 1 died I >y< d libtrt; foi • v '• h 1 ed it 80 years, and should itii ue to progress that thej n 1 h that stateof< ITicien cy w iie li the\ ought to h Rev. Mexandi r B lin tli c.d pastor next promiHe eulogised what he h .d seen -^fi gave quite 9 parsonic compliment to ttio miible foi iiis occasion. This over, tin moved to tl >• restaurant here refri meats fiy sale w< re pro* ided. it is rumoured that the pro is .ii iii'sale added to the 1 en one lei amounii I tin even pi muds stei |;i 'I hankinu vou I" i 1 iii'. CHiik: or i.i l; iV C.4Y. gn et d by < heering thosand • when she landed has been admitted in her ovt 11 i'i 1 ignizance and miM re turn to England on com| of her lecture tour, \\ ilmington, I >el 1 vare, 18 I the third time in ft the o neiis n itional gotfdiampionship h is b< in v on |r) a play a from the Brit i 1 Islm () n %  .'Use .if the \\ ilmiftgton intry Club to day Mrs. Gladys Ravens rofc. of the Bro 'li Club, England, former champion of i I Bn t mi, 1! MiH oil ins, Wi stbrook, Long Island, this : \i tropolitan tit 1 '' holder, 2 up. after a sharp 1 \ 1 T 11!,. 1 s. Mis." inkfcurst, who tm!a\ reach Amen a, tonight is a prisoner at Ellis Is. le.irder of d tion, aw .w ing th" 1 'i "I n\ apueal, which is esp scte It' I led to uorrow at Washington. 1 City, 18 I'.' -e!"iil I luei has IlOt r< .:• 1 n"r has he (letl from the cup tal. W 1 n at the natii m il p dad tins aftei 11 '"'1 he s i I li had no in m ul doing either. Omaha, N brask 1, 1 B imis, formei 11 M • a dia. t" light • 1 • %  .'ram to \l o| \ r ert 'ring to joui in 1 bon I for $101 1 ,' too "i an j n| iei amount to insure the '4 y ern%  ,111st UlltOW lid acts by Mis I'ankhun CABI KGRAMS New York, jei. I he special board appointed for the purpose of examining Mrs Panknurst at Ellis Island have allowed her to enter the United States She was Pi n 18. \ 1 %  of Chim has ni'i d red i"' 1 peopi TI the provin %  of Fo K i< n and a's 1 burned two mission churchi s, believi d to be Amerir ilogna, 18. — Wm M ireoni, wireless inventor, was in another automo >i e a\ ident this morning, similar to tfi< one whn ii cost his eyi t time The shock broke 'ill [the %  in the auto, but noili 0C< cupants were hurt. Santo Domingo, i s I ; M iK nt ti>da\ issued instructions th a th" Clyde Line lll.'l Se IllUole lie pi'miltled to rail at Puerto Plata to take on l" ard foreigners who d< sire to leave the republic before military mea-ures are taken against the revolutionist



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T Hi-: TK IB INE GROWTH OF REFRIGERATION The world-wile impoitaaoc of refrijierai: %  m ind its manifold utilities were i resi nl d to public alteni ion wlfen the trien nial meet in / of ti|e International Asso of R frigeration held its coi *cnticjn in Chii recently. Iv • ry well-known nation was r nl/ d, and th" delegates -.\ lm passed through Washingtoi n Rhovrn in i ed attentioi il bah the White I louse and I parljnent of State. I' rom ; %  tiii I u| in ,1 single industry onl\ a iomparatiy I \ fe years : clianicai frigeration has expanded and developed imt il il lias become <>f I > %  i;i 11 nei essities. Kruits and f tod product? rie aero celfns and reach their desti i; HI perfect ( ndition; poultry, lh, fj me a id meats are *i -1 d i sun df the \ i ir v\ hrn at iheii besl and l< ip f-r n • it iind e rs, which othertvise could be had duri i % %  •. %  c i mi IL; IOOIIIS are cooled i n m a degree "I' imf 'I i %  i iii.> hottest w e.*i I ; tow us idVratc • in es when \ ate) never Ii I'n 1 of Jmiis, iii>v have iheii depen I \b\r daily pupply of ii e, with I i ilnfity of sunrise 1 i |n ice no higher than charged foi n itural ice in longwinter lands. In modern nffi ice water {flows from a pipe in ei ryi om of tallest skyserapi rs, while i.ii bel( w the beds "f rivers engii ; at tunnels throug • icliefous quicksands, made safe and solid b> artificial freezing, Thi el Iv ill cen :e an I utilitv is not in the public ye and mind like the leje phone and I i\e ti ic light, but it! loss lo th world und 'i pre sint day ( nndilions of city life would be .il i great a dis r as to I) %  deprived of both. %  One l' itun waa sting the tremend IUS p itentialil \i of (the in dustry was the I anquet with w lich the i closed its labors. Twu thousand plates re s tread; v liters served amany as the entire nunibei regularly emplojed in ciliei i large as Cleveland or Minneapolis and the menu was i i nt ed in three languages. Undei 'MI ii dish was given the coldstorage history of the J!<> d pro ducts used in its preparation, length of time m Storage, etc.; Id. WISE, £ FOOLISH. In housekeeping, as in other things in life, one should look iihead. Do not beindu to spend a few pence less to-day on buying Soap of an inferior quality which will ultimately cost shillings, and even pounds, in ruined Household linen and clothes. This is not economy. True economy is to use a pure Soap. Sunlight Soap is pure. USE IT, and preserve clothes and household for practically everything came out of cold storage. The banquet COSl I 3 '.COO. Surely a long step in progi tinday when mother hung t\i butter in the well.—11. II. Windsor in the November Popular Mechanics Magazine. TWO WHEELED M'TOMO BILK A NEW TYPE. The lit' si development "f the motor 'y< le is a heavy thn •r automobile mount I on two vith small sid %  Iin l>,il inee it. In evei y d '.'.il of (1 sign, it resembles a ri( h. co nm idious, highpowen d road elframe lose to tin ground, pivote 1 on a ii av\ spring fork in front and undi n lun! fn igs on either side "I ihe re r M heel Insi le ihi dcKii i I aluminum body are lor thre twoon i transvei i I thedrivei on a smaller si al in (rout of th When the rii" is standing -till or runnin : slowly it isbalau b, pairs ol 15 in. wheels on the ed upon "for similar service. e nis n| |i of batl n Up '>r transport i ; have carrying the guns anchors as iter motion 0:1 their levers near the shore as possible and a 1 are autom tic lifted a cable is stretched from the from thi ground when the s\ \'$ deck to a tripod derrick .II, hour. The onshore. V two wheeled trolrd, steering wheel, and ley from winch arc suspended control andesigned in ; H ihe viriou parts of the guns is tion of the I utomobiles, drawn along the cable by a rope p. 1 k of 1 1 two large running to the men on shore. tanks for oil and gasolin in The guns ire dismounted and either side of the rear wh ial trips are necessary t<> I'OWM is supplied by an 8 cyl In land a I rts of the gun. der, V-shaped motor, with rone Ihe most thrilling part of the clutch and transmission forffour work is rried on bv the men your linen. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. Port Sunlight, England. landings and since the United ifne a colonial power the crews of American battleships are likely to be call B|ieeds forw urd and one re\ A picture of this new type of car appears in the November Popular Nh hani H Magazine LANDING lll.l.l) GUNS KWOM A BATTLESHIP That the landing of field guus and munitions of at on %  • res which vessels c inn >t approach 1 1 -l\ is one of t!i,exciting tasks 101 the m< n on the warships nl the w "i Id's great na\ ie • ii thrillingly demons trati d in the jhandsome cover design of the November Popular Mechai Magazine. I he maneuver is es1 ially necessary in the navies of the colonial powers which l must be in readiness to land fighting forces on any of ihu unapproachable shores of their colonies. British, German and French sailors have lofl been trained in making such wno rule on the loa 1 to keep it from vnving or bee >ming un ned from Ihe trolley. BIRTH. oung—1 and women those who know and those wnt to know. XfO PACE* EACH MONTH IOO PICTUS! 200 ARTICLES Or GENERAL INIl HESr| The "Shop Notes" Department 00 pad gives easy ways to do things how to nil useful articles for home and shop, repairs,4 "Amateur Mechanic! (10 pages) tells ho make Mission furniture, wireless nifits. c engines, magic, and all the things a boy I By mail, per year S2.00 (Gol WRIT! FOR FRII SAMPLg COPY TODAf ELL ,S \ .1 TUSS> CONOENS^, M I LA B LflAJL tV,^" FtiSSELLOry-^ POPULAR MrXTlANKS lib W TTlSSlSllllll SI < Mh. M..1 GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN C\ PI \\i\ VIOLIN, M WD' )!.'< and GUITAR Pianos tuned and Repai hUrs taken \ >r Private] Entertainments. (,7 West sin. I .8fV-I/." '-^ r NOTh Kll^ is tn inform my I'atl .ind th* Public in 1 ii il tii.,i 1 havf oppnfd my I'uj IMacU Smitli. shop; Bad am ready to do iinytliing in the lm General repair 01 new work II Shoeing Specially. All work Mechanics lly. P. A. Huyler, Bay Strei t. Eeet (Whaj



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T 13 I H L IK I V, U NE not exist now... Therefor* fashions to express the new o! the alarming development <>f evil find tli'' need <>f suppressing it, should become m*re I irmal and modest, not take on the aspect ol the bacch matin. The t is n nting for the extravagance ol tbe prevailing Parisian modes." Sch. "Winifred M." S AILS foi Ml \MI, Fla. FRIDAY. OCT. 24 For Passage <>r Freight Aoply to WALTER K. *9>3 Shingles Bes1 No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress Shiogles a1 $9.60 per thousand nl 20 bundli s Discounts on lots of over 5000 iihingri >. Special Price also "ii phi adi also 5in. Cvpress al Sl thousand of 20 bui price oiade possible by ; large purclui Fresh s>t< 1 :k arri\ ing e ; week. C. C. SAUNDg Nassau, N. P., S pi. sl pel i.TI :RS. IIS rv Maiden Trip New Three Masted Schooner CORINTHIA W ill i.-.nr Nassau for Jack* Mitiville, Fl 1 about tli<' 101I1 November, If sufficieiit inment "II" s will touch .it Mi,Mm 1.11 tin" IJ up. Foi Fieight 01 I' \pplv to T. (,. JOHNSON, ' '. 18, Ag< i 1 c !•:. T HE Vnnu.il (1 ral meeting of the >lt in holders "f HIP ,;, I,,,. Only I Drurrti each week. provem m ( omp 11 j Lin ited w i ll \Y 71*. would iform all who appreciate)i G< I Smoke that we no* have on b inr! an extensive Sim k of II W \\ \ CIGARS. We guarantee u • hrand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumair* Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout, 'I'hi-c Cigncanre manufactured on nu bi \ skilled workmen .mil gre 1 paint are taken to produce an arfii le i'Gasoline I Irums 1 m 1 1 11 Ions. |> live 1 J. I'. Sand; I'. be held nt tin inj' Iffi 'e in I' IJ Street "ii I hursday the 30th inst at 8 p.m, \\ M. I-'. FOUN 1 UN Asst, S 22cts. G Ml. II NOTH E A VI N < i been npp 1 •' ACT X I fin M \l'l > PIN APPLE I l-.K TILIZER in j the Bahamas I am able to upply cust< MIH 1 -. with same ; %  t m factuH'1 s price lii'li is 11 |" 1 bariels or per I arrel ol 250 lh-. F. (>. !>.' New Vork, Ihi-. Fertilizei c in alsn be tained through any cn wmn 11 u%  in X-w York, < hii h must ronvini e anyoi e that Mapes Fei t ili/> 1 is the I. i nd l 1 %  il to 'ur soil for the umv ol |>'in ,1 j'l'l''VV U.TER K.'M NO 11 C':i Ii mi |)eli\ C. f. S U'NDERS. Septi mh( .: %  ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Jusi Received; \ \ F.MAN ji .1 lai Hi', mill V in f. 1 11 .IN Trunks, !• I -h and \ 11 % % %  11 I Ii' si "-Ill I I .1 I-I iff W huh in. 111 %  1 'f conipre Ii re ;. • II,'.'-, ~,iti ln'l-, \ttai I' -,,1 1 Lin Ii 't I'nre %  ini'-i est ing 1 linn i\ 1 Persons on the e\ e ol II in ; w • II do \\ I'll |'l Visit I Ills I I %  P Mimei t Huil 111.1 kt* ;, sell ciiini HOW. New is the time to Buy! A unt Hannah's DEATH DROPS II... • itr 11 vi u rage of ; Killei 1 • 1 m ii t h.'in olhei l)o*s liol %  in 1111 11 no I brie*. Pat Up 1 •! :'t c MIS, 1 S'.' \'s Roach Powder live of] ihe 11 kel. I 'nt up 1 : 1st, is \ l' T< ml l.'s I ,1-' IWij Sti IK IRSI I 1 >R RALE \ ( i. Ill lull \,.ply, i ,'i'.-n 1 i.i'i 1 |n.t R \ 1 J I'l-i s *, ii Ri ,in il i %  Pi ires viz— Pe iches P ars. I'.ilif.'' King \j 1 %  I \<. L. SAUNDE RS. ft. C< THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT 111 i i: %  rful 1 he nnme STANUAKK ENGINE. 11. I'..1 v Strerl 1 it \ I. RUSSELL. I Ii<* Shamrock" I l.i IIY, I I ( il's| -. Ru-in I' .'i I 1 ,11.1 I I III, l|, -s is IM'd. Motors, I %  "-, ln,i.s, 1 1 ., rep skillful Vlll'i'l. • l'r .HI I Mot 11 I A L'h uilf-in il required I y any one VI ii ,n 1 %  1' Pipe I ill Hi'.', ''ii'. \l I w nrl, sat 1 %  M in: ily ilnri'in 1 1 1 >, 111 i • r 11 i \ ; %  EM I. 11. I. M \SON, p,''. n \ 11. or 11 ihi Off! Lloyd't \i< owa this the powi 1 majority. : the Stan I ;, StanConstruction Co., 171 Pine St., Jersi v City, N. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, N. P. nt I'm the Bahamas. • %  &% t Will 1 \ UERS will he I WHOLESALE ANU RETAII ilu iui(leisi[ .1 I chase of all 1 hat rxcelleni hart of 1.1 HI 1 fori ,1 i' 111 of 1 '.'• Estate 1 III tlii' I.iii' I in is L0111 1 lh-, III Ii %  I .i-.', 1 1 llnliict of l-i and nh 11 1 ••aid 11 ict 1 1 the pation of I' \l. K -i| R. W. PRI'I i>. i h 1 m hers, X 1 uu, X. P. 1 t, 10th. 1 ii.v DEPARTMENT. 277, .'7 ) Hay-stieet, FOR IM.XI. I I ( ) i ISii on F 1 1 h •• 1 piisi nt occupied by P. P. Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st, August. '•pply t". WALTER K. MOORE. Notice. 'J^HIM-IU 1 • ,11ml iliPublic i ,1 ., Id -< in 1 (N.S. Elliot's J.111, r Shop) East Bay Mreet, wim h is now undei ihe Mai pin offiai "f every det ciiption, I .mi pn pared to giv< you excellent work. B*1 01 refet inis. I'or t vi r u 111 tz eic, see us. Wi guarantee to satisfy vou and an 1 onfidenl tlmt we can suit you. W. A. M VTHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES tn inform his Friends .mi the Public th 11 he has jusi : .1 com plate outfit of facilities (m ihe husinee* ol anun* der taker, which places hi in in • %  position tn carrj out Funerals ths| may be entrusted to his can; with system end desp itch ; a nil rep' ct fully solicits their patronag (let inv Prices fust and prove that they are the very lowest for fust work.



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CO o 7) CO C CD CO s w 0) Nvilllvis i\il.!i< iir. |urare in verbs ma-gistri. Iti-i r\|t bound to swe.vr to the Dogmas >f no Master VOL. X. NASS.AU. N. P.. Ba.ha.mivs, Tuesday. October 21. 191} No. 275 '. h H Dl PI (II. k ni I'm.l'diii, OK KICK a ,, MARKRT -Ti;ii V\ X.r .IU NI*., l.AMAMA 1 -. f. I> II.". ISHEI) DAILY. M lay, A • i i 1*3 %  •• J '. i ,, — tic Cofil ... nl %  '• tkh • 111 v | ) i i IrrI % r|ftlfY> irl. III? i P > VABLr IV I I % %  ' %  I A'i> i %  %  Wn( Rates ' I %  : %  %  •." '-.I jeri -I itrtei lii %  equenl rtim W l\l> [N>sTRI MPNTS \ \ l ) HEALTH J;im n I-1. .!' i %  k Ro M. I) \ --IU ly ul tin* stalls)us i>| 11 • %  i 'I illSlillL.'111-.li. i| | .-I ful M'l'is on %  Milli nstrument* -l.il> s lb m in I ive I'i'i n cixitp irali' >ng. lived, .'mi!, strange io ray, IIHIM v IH> played the msi ruments requiring mosl pfforl lived the long • si. I lie i\i'i ige longevity i>f iriiiupctpis and o-inetisls i s 691 1 inetists 65,3, Freni li 111.1 in1 t i j i,bassoonist*63,oboists 1 mil Hull-.' ;i, s, I lOllbtless IIH' greater ige I UIOM exert in the stronger i lf"'i in playing, was due in the fact 1 hut I hey were naturally moia rol uti : l"i only siii li could in 1 Ire .'i nan e foi themselves .is performer* on nn instrumenl requi inu much b< dilj vigor, 'I hi' mini' 11 >,f per* >n~ 1 nni 'ii K ii is loo small foi I ha ftgun Io be taken ion -1 rinusly, ''lit 11 is "f ini' it thai the average longevity fur O TIC imidriil performeri on wind-instrumeflti wai are, while IIH .is mtny ; layer* of string <•(! instruments, who ci nainly play under better hygenic conditions, ii was only 62 y< I In drep breathing which nccompanies the playing of wind instruments is doubtless not more beneficial than tii.it of deep respiratirn done without such means; liut the former has the decided ed vantage of being pleasurable and easily kept up I nun week to week, whileCUt> and-dried breathiiiR exerciscs often become a bore and are either forgotten or carried out occasionally as R disagreeable duty. I here is pleusure in the individual playing upon an instilment, and there i-nn added thrill in playing itl; others, Indeed,the only danger, though a rare one, lies in the fact that those who are* not strong may be carried away by this pleasure and rued. Another danger, which might accompany ny other exercise, is the bad \enlil ilion and to:o-laden air of rooms used for us.'iis hy bands and orchestras, .mil the fact that the performers ofti n been ne heated From the exeicie mid the superheated, ntmosphere, and are apt to 1 ike cold upon going 1 nto the 1 ulel air. While Hie Ore ithing n quired foi skilled playing upon wind instrunienl 1 is not different fiom that used 1 1 singing, i> is not everyone a ha has a good v e, and tlie lack ul \nice 'i'" s not preel perI 11 mei m 1 n insti umenl from a skilful prod 11 tn.n ni sweet sounds. of instruments fur women, the flute and soprano saxophone are certainly the most attractive and fitting, and in every w iy as niteresting as stringed instruments, without requiring such constant practice for pro*jciency. Of the instruments perhaps leasl to be recoininended, either to men or worn. MI, fur the benefits of deep breathing, ue the oboe, and the French li'TM, as m both "I these the breath is held Ions md emitted slowly. The wind-instruments have bean tofore, tun much slighted in il'is counti\, save in out hands; hut. iii.inks ii. SIII ii agent ias as the Philharmonic Orchestra and the Beirere Ensemble of New York, and the Uongy Club of Beaton (the two last-mentioned organizations composed wholly of wind instruments), they are being given the place in our concert halls which they have long known in Europe, and which their great beauty and the lovely music composed for them hy the greatest masters, deserve.— I ile and Health. OPENING IX)WARD SODOM A terrible wave of carnality is .sweeping over the country. Thousands of girls and women are doing things that, whether they understand the significance of them or not, are bound to bring in a veritable Sodom aud Gomoriah of im moralitv. This immodesty ii shown by dances whose only trend is demoi iliaing. It is shown also by tongs suggestive and debasing. And it is further revealed by the inindecent dresses and costumes that many women are wearing upon Ihe BtreetS. Says the "Wesleyan Methodist" : "If girls had a faint idea of the disgusting sight they presented, or could hear sunnof the unmanly, dissolute remarks made about them as they pass along the streets clad in transparent waists, or oneofthOM short, outlandish, tight-gripping hobble-skirts, they would feel so ashamed thai if they bad a spark of virtue left in them they would go to their rooms or get out of sight somewhere till they had a -ensible dress to put or. How can they expect people to distinguish them from the low and corrupt if they dress exactly like them .'" \ Catholic priest of N'ew York City is quoted as having declared : "Never in history ware the modes so abhorrently indecent as they are to11'.. 1 )wc may m ike the closest study uf costumes through the prints and drawings and sculptures of five thousand years, and find nothing to equal the shameless styli s worn unabashed in the crowded streets and su inner results by hundreds of thousand of apparently •table {;irl<." Regarding the Styles of dress now in vogue, a writer in the New York rimes" i iys. •' The Directoire nu lacity is understandable. Prance had been having a debauch in the name "I freedom, religion li id been insulted, anarchy had just been quelled and in the slow process of resi tiini of law and order old CO ventioni had been nearly oblitt morals were at a low ebb, and the social condition was exactly expressed m the dress of the women. Hut that social condition surely ('Continued on fourth page.,/ u_ I


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Publication Date: Tuesday, October 21, 1913
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VOL. X.
Nass.au. N. P.. Ba.ha.mivs, Tuesday. October 21. 191}
No. 275
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W l\l> [N>sTRI MPNTS
\ \l) HEALTH
J;im n I-1. .!' i k Ro
M. I)
\ --IU ly ul tin* stalls)us i>| 11
i 'I illSlillL.'111-.li. i| | .-I ful M'l'is
on Mill-instrument* -l.il> s lb m
in I ive I'i'i n cixitp irali' >ng.
lived, .'mi!, strange io ray, iIhim
v Ih> played the msiruments re-
quiring mosl pfforl lived the long
si. I lie i\i'i ige longevity i>f
iriiiupctpis and o-inetisls is 691
1 inetists 65,3, Freni li
111.1 in-1ti-j i,bassoonist*63,oboists
1 mil Hull-.' ;i,s, I lOllbt-
less iIh' greater ige I Uiom exert
in the stronger i lf"'i in playing,
was due in the fact 1 hut I hey were
naturally moia rol uti : l"i only
siii li could in 1 Ire .'i nan e foi them-
selves .is performer* on nn instru-
menl requi inu much b< dilj vigor,
'I hi' mini' 11 >,f per*>n~ 1 nn-i'ii K ii
is loo small foi I ha ftgun Io be
taken ion -1 rinusly, ''lit 11 is "f in-
i' it thai the average longevity
fur-otic imidriil performeri on
wind-instrumeflti wai are,
while Iih .is mtny ; layer* of string
<(! instruments, who ci nainly play
under better hygenic conditions, ii
was only 62 y<
I In drep breathing which nc-
companies the playing of wind in-
struments is doubtless not more
beneficial than tii.it of deep respi-
ratirn done without such means;
liut the former has the decided ed
vantage of being pleasurable and
easily kept up I nun week to week,
whileCUt> and-dried breathiiiR ex-
erciscs often become a bore and are
either forgotten or carried out occa-
sionally as r disagreeable duty.
I here is pleusure in the individual
playing upon an instilment, and
there i-- nn added thrill in playing
itl; others, Indeed,the only danger,
though a rare one, lies in the fact
that those who are* not strong may
be carried away by this pleasure
and rued. Another
danger, which
might accompany ny other exer-
cise, is the bad \enlil ilion and to-
:o-laden air of rooms used for
us.'iis hy bands and orchestras,
.mil the fact that the performers
ofti n been ne heated From the ex-
eicie mid the superheated, ntmos-
phere, and are apt to 1 ike cold up-
on going 1 nto the 1 ulel air.
While Hie Ore ithing n quired foi
skilled playing upon wind instru-
nienl 1 is not different fiom that
used 1 1 singing, i> is not everyone
a ha has a good v.....e, and tlie lack
ul \nice 'i'" s not preel per-
I 11 mei m 1 n insti umenl from a
skilful prod 11 tn.n ni sweet sounds.
of instruments fur women, the
flute and soprano saxophone are
certainly the most attractive and
fitting, and in every w iy as niter-
esting as stringed instruments,
without requiring such constant
practice for pro*jciency. Of the in-
struments perhaps leasl to be re-
coininended, either to men or wo-
rn.mi, fur the benefits of deep breath-
ing, ue the oboe, and the French
li'TM, as m both "I these the breath
is held Ions md emitted slowly.
The wind-instruments have bean
tofore, tun much slighted in
il'is counti\, save in out hands;
hut. iii.inks ii. siii ii agent ias as the
Philharmonic Orchestra and the
Beirere Ensemble of New York,
and the Uongy Club of Beaton (the
two last-mentioned organizations
composed wholly of wind instru-
ments), they are being given the
place in our concert halls which
they have long known in Europe,
and which their great beauty and
the lovely music composed for them
hy the greatest masters, deserve.
I ile and Health.
OPENING IX)WARD SODOM
A terrible wave of carnality is
.sweeping over the country. Thou-
sands of girls and women are doing
things that, whether they under-
stand the significance of them or
not, are bound to bring in a veri-
table Sodom aud Gomoriah of im
moralitv. This immodesty ii
shown by dances whose only trend
is demoi iliaing. It is shown also
by tongs suggestive and debasing.
And it is further revealed by the in-
indecent dresses and costumes that
many women are wearing upon
Ihe BtreetS. Says the "Wesleyan
Methodist" :
"If girls had a faint idea of the
disgusting sight they presented, or
could hear sunn- of the unmanly,
dissolute remarks made about them
as they pass along the streets clad
in transparent waists,or oneofthOM
short, outlandish, tight-gripping
hobble-skirts, they would feel so
ashamed thai if they bad a spark
of virtue left in them they would
go to their rooms or get out of
sight somewhere till they had a
-ensible dress to put or. How can
they expect people to distinguish
them from the low and corrupt if
they dress exactly like them .'"
\ Catholic priest of N'ew York
City is quoted as having declared :
"Never in history ware the modes
so abhorrently indecent as they are
to- 11'.. 1 )wc may m ike the closest
study uf costumes through the
prints and drawings and sculptures
of five thousand years, and find no-
thing to equal the shameless styli s
worn unabashed in the crowded
streets and su inner results by hun-
dreds of thousand of apparently
table {;irl<."
Regarding the Styles of dress
now in vogue, a writer in the New
York rimes" i iys.
' The Directoire nu lacity is un-
derstandable. Prance had been
having a debauch in the name "I
freedom, religion li id been insult-
ed, anarchy had just been quelled
and in the slow process of resi
tiini of law and order old CO ven-
tioni had been nearly oblitt
morals were at a low ebb, and the
social condition was exactly ex-
pressed m the dress of the women.
Hut that social condition surely
('Continued on fourth page.,/
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i II I: I K I li li i\h
Jl
Zbc tribune
T\iesd.-\v.| October 21. 191 ^
The lion. Dr. and \I>s F. A.
Holmes returned this morning
per "Vigilancia" from a visit up
North.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A
Brook arrived this morning per
"Vigilancia" The Tribune ax-
t lul-. a welcome.
j
Mr riiid Mr--. R. Barnes 5
herd were among tin' passengi rs
who arrived this morning per
"Vigilancia". Welcome I Ionic
j*
Charles E Bethell, Esq., M.
L. A. who has been spending
some time in England was
among the passengers whoarriv-
e this morning.
.*
We had the pi' ; ,
in,' this morning, the three very j
gninl gentleman w host n
follow : Mr (). T. Conover, '
President of the Burton i d
Davis Company, Wholi
Grocers of New York Citj : Mr.
John \V. Martin, R pr<
Armour & Go's Branch, Jack
ville Fla.; Frank W.Tibben R
presenting the Debevoise Co.,
Paint Manufacturers of Brook
lyn. New York.
Tie'' "Tribune" extends ;i
welcometn tl i tlemen, and .
hopes that their st II be
both plea-ant and profitable.
I Mad Sti amer "Vigilan-
cia" arrived ties mornine from
New York with th< follow
pa.,
Mi- ses Una I lolrnes, Marv F.
Mall. I-in ( ,. \
Sjurrup iMesrlnrnesCathariiK- <
Know li i'. Bn Sturrup, and
Bruce W. Yeazi 11 : The Hon.
and Mrs Joseph Brown, I lie |
Hon. I>r. and Mn I ra i i A.
Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. | iei
A Brook, Mi. and Mrs. William
I'. I'Vaser. Mr. and Mrs. I I.
Randall, Mr. and Mrs, Rol i rt I'..
Shepherd; \l \ inrent
Brown, Cl arl< s F. IVt Oi
\ ill" I Com i\ cr, \i hur I I. (
Edward I leoi ;e,Ci irntrl Kno i
1' ilus Man <. I
R. M -hall, John W M
Jn< k Peterson. I .. Tib
and .1 ihn I mli ; Captain
1 rles B. H< m ick.
Missi ilia I lall md Doris
'I inkei ; Mesdamcs Pr in< i
1 ini \. and Elizabeth Tinl
Messrs Timoth\ E. B tin, Willi-
am Green, and O. Ernest John-
son,(39)
and one in transit for Mexico
In The Suprem I Court
October Sessions
Tuesday 31St (*et. I |Ij
The Court tint at I0. ;> a.m.
Present :
I li> I lonour, 1). Tudi ir, Esq,
K. C. Chief Justice ; t he I Ion.
II G. Malcolm, K. C \cting
Attorney I ieneral :
The Regit trai I Prov si
Marshal
The Acting Attorn I i neral
informed the Court that the
witm ss< ii the pending ca
had not yet an ived.
The Court adjnurne 1 until io
V i a. m Thursday 23rd
I.on ; Day Cays
16th Octobei 1 .
Monday evi ning 6th insi
drove off the general nemo'
here, and the perfonn nces on
that evening form the
f ature in the history of this
tlemeol and tend to slfbw the
general ambition which
this remote pai t of the Col
is developing.
It had been noised abroad a
few days ago that Mr. Felix
Smith of Kemp's B iv w as con-
templating an 1 ntertainment
and its geaeral announceineiit
act< d many isitois to 1
part of the settlement 1"
-ailed "I ligh Mock" to see vhai
material Mr. Smith n
nt on his stage.
' Shortly after q p. in. Mi aith
the Chairman decla en
tertainment opi nedai d
pili igu< d I by
Master Arn ild 1 iibl -. I en be
gan recitations, so 1 is,
quai tets and dial I lie
ill"; of C Ul
panied by guitai r\ ires
of the y a iv lad led v\ ith
tie 1 ile lent pln\ inj{ "I the
tar made quite pleasant mus ic
The beauty of tin
n oonlighl night, the iik
1 den by tli 1 and
the sti in- ~s c tlie mii 'ounding
countrv showed that Nature
w hen hIIowi to 1 redomiuate is
ne ol the.....si yondei ful de
signs of il n me.
Th ladles (f the Stage ere
riehlv and nicely dressi d
t r 1 < 11 11 ilk w 1 habits coui tied
will rial wn ctthsand 1
1 1 ir presented
on- 11 and reflects much
lie u ho were region-
al' appearance.
It is worthy <>f note that sever-
al young ladies from "Smith
I lill" were accessory to the gen-
eral sue- ess of the entertai rmenl
and too much eutogy cannot li
bestowed on them for th way
in which they won their spurs
on that memorable The dial -< indeed com
manded the applause <.f the en-
tire audienci 1 I ;ul*r
were t vo e ititl id The Negro
Prayei" and "Eating the C
while tli slept."
VIr. I Rol le and others
if I ligh \i ick d.sti ict i' 10k pro-
minent parts hi the enti 1 en
red it of the in-
;tal ni'isic 1 due to this
leman.
I'he 1 undei
b> Miss Hive Addei l<
I" autifullj 1 I and much
lit is die 01 Mi
'
1 i t h e r t o
torious for had I
invi ntion Ian il must
be in dited with tranquil b ha-
il at the 1 ntertai
nt among the (it h
C <)D Bro vn. Esq, I. I'
and Mis. Brown. At 111
. igi imme 1 he Ch 11 '^.m
' mi Mr. Brown to adi
invent ion. This -i.m
made a few remarks and
ed ins surprise and 1 ion
and insisted that ive a coloor-
1 imunity must cnntii ue ti 1
I le drew a contrast .'eeii
d populati ihl
Colony and those of the 1 died
.....I >y< d libtrt; foi
v ' h 1
ed it 80 years, and should
itii ue to progress that thej
n 1 h that stateof< ITicien
cy w iie li the\ ought to h
Rev. Mexandi r B lin tli
c.d pastor next promi-
He eulogised what
he h .d seen -^fi gave quite 9
parsonic compliment to ttio
miible foi iiis occasion.
This over, tin moved
to tl > restaurant here refri
meats fiy sale w< re pro* ided.
it is rumoured that the pro
is .ii iii'- sale added to the
1 en one lei amounii I tin even
pi muds stei |;i
'I hankinu vou I" i
1 iii'. CHiik: or i.i ,
l; iV C.4Y.
gn et d by < heering thosand
when she landed
has been admitted in her
ovt 11 i'i 1 ignizance and miM re
turn to England on com|
of her lecture tour,
\\ ilmington, I >el 1 vare, 18
I the third time in ft
the o neiis n itional gotfdiam-
pionship h is b< in v on |r) a
play a from the Briti 1 Islm ()n
.'Use .if the \\ ilmiftgton
intry Club to day Mrs.
Gladys Ravens rofc. of the
Bro 'li Club, England,
former champion of i I Bn
t mi, 1! Mi- H oil ins,
Wi stbrook, Long Island, this
: \i tropolitan tit1'' holder, 2
up. after a sharp 1
\ 1 T 11!,. 1 s. Mis." inkfcurst,
who tm!a\ reach Amen a,
tonight is a prisoner at Ellis Is.
le- .irder of d tion,
aw .w ing th" 1 'i "I n\ apueal,
which is esp scte It' I led
to uorrow at Washington.
1 City, 18 I'.' -e!"iil
I luei' has IlOt r< .: 1 n"r has
he (letl from the cup tal. W 1 n
. at the natii m il p dad tins
aftei 11 '"'1 he s i I li had no in
m ul doing either.
Omaha, N brask 1,
1 B imis, formei 11 M
a dia. t" light 1
.'ram to \l o| \rert
, 'ring to joui in 1 bon I
for $1011,' too "i an j n| iei
amount to insure the '4 y ern-
.,111st UlltOW lid acts by
Mis I'ankhun
CABI KGRAMS
New York, jei. I he special
board appointed for the purpose
of examining Mrs Panknurst at
Ellis Island have allowed her to
enter the United States She was
Pi n 18. \ 1 of Chim
. has ni'i d red i"'1 peo-
pi ti the provin of Fo K i< n
and a's 1 burned two mission
churchi s, believi d to be Ameri-
r ilogna, 18. Wm M ireoni,
wireless inventor, was in
another automo >i e a- \ ident
this morning, similar to tfi< one
whn ii cost his eyi t time
The shock broke 'ill [the
in the auto, but noili 0C<
cupants were hurt.
Santo Domingo, is - I
;MiK nt ti>da\ issued in-
structions th a th" Clyde Line
lll.'l Se IllUole lie pi'miltled
to rail at Puerto Plata to take
on l" ard foreigners who d< sire
to leave the republic before
military mea-ures are taken
against the revolutionist


T Hi-: TK IB INE
GROWTH OF
REFRIGERATION
The world-wile impoitaaoc
of refrijierai: m ind its mani-
fold utilities were i resi nl d to
public alteni ion wlfen the trien
nial meet in / of ti|e Internation-
al Asso of R frigeration
held its coi *cnticjn in Chii
recently. Iv ry well-known na-
tion was r nl/ d, and th"
delegates -.\ lm passed through
Washingtoi n Rhovrn in i
ed attentioi il bah the White
I louse and I parljnent of State.
I' rom ; tiii I u| in ,1 single
industry onl\ a iomparatiy I \
fe years : clianicai
frigeration has expanded and de-
veloped imt il il lias become
<>f I > i;i 11 nei essities.
Kruits and f tod product?
rie aero celfns and reach
their desti i; hi perfect ( n-
dition; poultry, lh, fj me a id
meats are *i -1 d i
sun df the \ i ir v\ hrn at iheii besl
and l< ip f-r n it i- ind e
rs, which othertvise could be
had duri i .<- iks onlj '
th -,i ters a in: > c i mi il; iooiiis
are cooled i n m a degree "I'
imf 'I i i iii.> hottest w e.*i
I ; tow us idVratc in
es when \ ate) never Ii
I'n1 of Jmiis, iii>v have iheii
depen I \b\r daily pupply of ii e,
with I i ilnfity of sunrise
1 i |n ice no higher than
charged foi n itural ice in long-
winter lands. In modern nffi
ice water {flows from a pipe in
ei ryi om of tallest skyserapi rs,
while i.ii bel( w the beds "f riv-
ers engii ; at tunnels
throug icliefous quicksands,
made safe and solid b> artificial
freezing,
Thi el Iv ill
cen :e an I utilitv is not in the
public ye and mind like the leje
phone and I i\e ti ic light, but
it! loss lo th world und 'i pre
sint day ( nndilions of city life
would be .il i great a dis
r as to I) deprived of both.
One l' itun waa sting the tre-
mend ius p itentialil \i of (the in
dustry was the I anquet with
w lich the i closed its
labors. Twu thousand plates
- re s tread; v liters served
a- many as the entire nunibei
regularly emplojed in ciliei i -
large as Cleveland or Minnea-
polis and the menu was i i nt
ed in three languages. Undei
'mi ii dish was given the cold-
storage history of the J!<> d pro
ducts used in its preparation,
length of time m Storage, etc.;
Id. WISE, FOOLISH.
In housekeeping, as in other things in life,
one should look iihead. Do not beindu
to spend a few pence less
to-day on buying Soap of an
inferior quality which will
ultimately cost shillings, and
even pounds, in ruined House-
hold linen and clothes. This is
not economy. True economy
is to use a pure Soap.
Sunlight Soap
is pure.
USE IT, and preserve
clothes and household
for practically everything came
out of cold storage. The banquet
COSl I 3 '.COO.
Surely a long step in progi
tin- day when mother hung
t\i butter in the well.11. II.
Windsor in the November Popu-
lar Mechanics Magazine.
TWO WHEELED M'TOMO
BILK A NEW TYPE.
The lit' si development "f the
motor 'y< le is a heavy thn
r automobile mount I
on two vith small sid
I- in l>,il inee it. In evei y
d '.'.il of (1 sign, it resembles a
ri( h. co nm idious, highpowen d
road elframe
lose to tin ground, pi-
vote 1 on a ii av\ spring fork in
front and undi n lun! fn
igs on either side "I ihe re r
m heel Insi le ihi dcKii i I
aluminum body are lor
thre twoon i
transvei i I thedrivei on
a smaller si al in (rout of th
When the rii" is standing -till
or runnin : slowly it isbalau
b, pairs ol 15 in. wheels on the ed upon "for similar service.
e nis n| |i of batl n Up '>r transport
. i ; have carrying the guns anchors as
iter motion 0:1 their levers near the shore as possible and
a 1 are autom tic lifted a cable is stretched from the
from thi ground when the s\ \'$ deck to a tripod derrick
.ii, hour. The onshore. V two wheeled trol-
rd, steering wheel, and ley from winch arc suspended
control an- designed in ; h ihe viriou parts of the guns is
tion of the I utomobiles, drawn along the cable by a rope
p. 1 k of 1 1 two large running to the men on shore.
tanks for oil and gasolin in The guns ire dismounted and
either side of the rear wh ial trips are necessary t<>
I'owm is supplied by an 8 cyl In land a I rts of the gun.
der, V-shaped motor, with rone Ihe most thrilling part of the
clutch and transmission forffour work is rried on bv the men
your
linen.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED.
Port Sunlight, England.
landings and since the United
ifne a colonial
power the crews of American
battleships are likely to be call
B|ieeds forw urd and one re\
A picture of this new type of
car appears in the November
Popular Nh hani h Magazine
LANDING lll.l.l) GUNS
KWOM A BATTLESHIP
That the landing of field guus
and munitions of at on res
which vessels c inn >t approach
1 1 -l\ is one of t!i,- exciting
tasks 101 the m< n on the warships
nl the w "i Id's great na\ ie ii
thrillingly demons trati d in the
jhandsome cover design of the
November Popular Mechai
Magazine. I he maneuver is es-
1 ially necessary in the navies
of the colonial powers which
l must be in readiness to
land fighting forces on any of
ihu unapproachable shores of
their colonies. British, German
and French sailors have lofl
been trained in making such
wno rule on the loa 1 to keep it
from vnving or bee >ming un
ned from Ihe trolley.
BIRTH.
1913, at W< myss Bight,
I leuthera to Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Cooptr, a son.
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NOTh K-
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T
13
I H L IK I V, U NE
not exist now... Therefor* '
fashions to express the new -
o! the alarming development <>f
evil find tli'' need <>f suppressing it,
should become m*re I irmal and
modest, not take on the aspect ol
the bacch matin. The t is n
nting for the extravagance ol
tbe prevailing Parisian modes."
Sch. "Winifred M."
SAILS foi Ml \MI, Fla.
FRIDAY. OCT. 24
For Passage <>r Freight
Aoply to
WALTER K. '
*9>3
Shingles
Bes1 No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress
Shiogles a1 $9.60 per thou-
sand nl 20 bundli s
Discounts on lots of over
5000 iihingri >.
Special Price
also "ii phi adi also
5in. Cvpress al Sl
thousand of 20 bui
price oiade possible by;
large purclui
Fresh s>t< 1 :k arri\ ing e
; week.
C. C. SAUNDg
Nassau, N. P.,
S pi. sl
pel
i.TI
:rs.
IIS
rv
Maiden Trip
New Three Masted Schooner
CORINTHIA
Will i.-.nr Nassau for Jack*
Mitiville, Fl 1 about tli<'
101I1 November, If sufficieiit in-
ment "II" s will touch .it
Mi,Mm 1.11 tin- ij up.
Foi Fieight 01 I'
\pplv to
. t. (,. Johnson,
' '. 18, Ag<
i 1 c !:.
THE Vnnu.il (1 ral meeting
of the >lt in holders "f Hip .
,;, I,,,. Only I Drurrti each week.
provem m ( omp 11 j Lin ited will
\Y
71*. would iform all who appreciate)i G< I Smoke that we no*
have on b inr! an extensive Sim k of II W \\ \ CIGARS. We
guarantee u hrand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumair*
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout,
'I'hi-c Cigncanre manufactured on nu bi \ skilled workmen
.mil gre 1 paint are taken to produce an arfii le i The succps* we have met with in the pasileo wfidentlj I
the 1 "I connoiseurs.
|. L. SAl NDI RS ft Co.
Bav Street.
STANDARD ill O >'-
Gasoline
I Irums 1 m 1 1 11 Ions.
|> live 1 J. I'. Sand;
I'.
be held nt tin inj' Iffi 'e in
I' ij Street "ii I hursday the 30th
inst at 8 p.m,
\\ m. I-'. FOUN 1 UN
Asst, S
22cts.
G Ml.
II
NOTH E
A VI N < i been npp1 '
ACT X I fin M \l'l > PIN
APPLE I l-.K TILIZER in j
the Bahamas I am able to upply
cust factuH'1 s price lii'li is 11 |" 1
bariels or per I arrel ol ,
250 lh-. F. (>. !>.' New Vork,
Ihi-. Fertilizei c in alsn be
tained through any cn.....wmn
11 u- in X-w York, < Manul icturers nt i!"- same pi i
I shall be rI "I to t ike am
ious "I iee ing I lie n bu Ii-- ob,
1 mi-d I10111 the Ue of lh i
liter i" i"\ cultivations in Nassau
v> hii h must ronvini e anyoi e that
Mapes Fei t ili/> 1 is the I.ind
l 1 i- l to 'ur soil for the umv
ol |>'in ,1 j'l'l''-
VV U.TER K.'M
NO 11
C':i Ii mi |)eli\
C. f. S U'NDERS.
Septi mh( .: .
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Jusi Received;
\ \ F.MAN
ji .1
lai Hi',
mill V in f.
111 .in Trunks, !
I -h and \ 11 11
I Ii' si "-Ill I I
.1 i-i iff W huh
in.111 1 'f conipre -
Ii re
;. II,'.'-, ~,iti ln'l-, \ttai I' ,
-,,1 1 Lin Ii 't
I'nre ini'-i est ing 1 linn
i\ 1 .
Persons on the e\ e ol
II in ; w II do
\\ I'll |'l Visit I Ills I I -
P Mimei t Huil 111.1 kt*
;, sell ciiini how.
New is the time to Buy!
A unt Hannah's
DEATH DROPS
II... itr 11 vi u rage of
; Killei 1 1 m i-
i t h.'in
olhei l)o*s liol in 111-
1 11 no I brie*.
Pat Up 1 ! :'t c MIS,
1 S'.' \'s
Roach Powder
live
of] ihe 11
kel. I 'nt up 1
: 1st, is
\ l' T< ml l.'s
I ,1-' IWij Sti
IK IRSI I 1 >R RALE
\ ( i. Ill lull
\,.ply,
i *!,'i'.-n 1 i.i'i 1 |n.t R \ 1
J I'l-i s *,
ii Ri ,- in il i Pi ires viz
Pe iches P ars.
I'.ilif.''
King \j 1

I \<. L. SAUNDE RS. ft. C< '
THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT
111 i i: rful 1 he nnme
stanuaKk ENGINE.
11.
I'..1 v Strerl 1 it \ .
I. RUSSELL.
' I Ii<* Shamrock"
I l.i IIY,
II ( il's| -. Ru-in I' .'i I
1 ,11.1 I I III, l|, -s is IM'd.
!
Motors, I "-,
ln,i.s, 1 1 ., rep
skillful Vlll'i'l. l'r .HI I Mot 11
I
A L'h uilf-in il required I y any
one
VI ii ,n 1 1' Pipe I ill Hi'.', ''ii'.
\l I w nrl, sat 1 ' m in: ily ilnri'- in
1 1 1 >, 111 i r 11 i
\ ; em I. 11. I. M \SON,
p,''. n \ 11.
or 11 ihi.....' Off!
Lloyd't \i< owa this
the powi 1 majority.
: the Stan I
;, Stan-
Construc-
tion Co., 171 Pine St.,
Jersi v City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
, N. P.
nt I'm the Bahamas.
'&% t
Will 1 \
UERS will he I WHOLESALE ANU RETAII
ilu iui(leisi[ .1 I
chase of all 1 hat rxcelleni hart of
1.1 hi1 fori ,1 i' 111 of 1 '.' Estate
1
III tlii' I.iii' I in is L0111 1 lh-, III
Ii , I .i-.', 1 1 llnliict of l-i
and nh 11 1 aid 11 ict 1 1 the
pation of I' \l. K -i|
R. W. PRI'I i>.
i h 1 m hers,
X 1 uu, X. P.
1 t, 10th. 1 ii.v
DEPARTMENT.
277, .'7) Hay-stieet,
FOR IM.XI.
II ()i ISii on F 1 1 h
1 piisi nt occupied by P. P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given 1st,
August.
'pply t".
WALTER K. MOORE.
Notice.
'j^hIm-iu 1 ,11ml ili- Public
i ,1 ., Id -< in 1 (N.S. Elliot's
J.111, r Shop) East Bay Mreet,
wim h is now undei ihe Mai
pin I \\li:s \. EVANS
-OX IK \C H IR AXI' JOINER
I land made > offiai "f every det
ciiption, I .mi pn pared to giv<
you excellent work. B*1 01 refet
in- is. I'or t vi r u 111 tz eic, see us. Wi
guarantee to satisfy vou and an
1 onfidenl tlmt we can suit you.
W. a. M VTHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES tn inform his Friends
.mi the Public th 11 he has
jusi : .1 com plate outfit of
facilities (m ihe husinee* ol anun*
der taker, which places hi in in
position tn carrj out Funerals ths|
may be entrusted to his can; with
system end desp itch ; a nil rep' ct
fully solicits their patronag (let
inv Prices fust and prove that they
are the very lowest for fust ,
work.


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