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I I'HE T R 1 li U NE JL Gbe Vrfbunc Thursday. October 23. 19|> Within the last three days over one hundred and fifty persons have left Nassau for Miami, '' l j enquiring as to the reason ol the continuous drain upon pui abour supply, we are r. J'ablj informed that adjacent to Miami, are extensive farming •'"'I' demand labour, that cannot beobtained in or near Miami and the Bahamian! labourer is preferred. So will -,, 1 I" the meanwhile ouri sponge, and sisal industries arc suffering from lack ofTaboui f'so( ur agricultural, horticultural and othei interests. If the Bahamian labourer is t wlfor Florida he should be betterfo, theBahamas; instead of allowing our labourers to gn out seeKing employment we should endeavour to have capital and new industries comin in seeking our preferred labourers How i$ this to be brought about we do not profess to know, but one of many ways would be to lei our laud-, be leased or at reasonable rates instead of sc> soon as enquiry is made for land prices run up jf t „ ,00 per as hasbeen the practice in the past. Other ways mav be found K ,ve * necessary thought %  '"'d consideration. Bui the question ol labour her is •ng extremely acute, and .' steps are promptly taken to meet it. it is very likelv to cornean unsolvable problem. We believe that our lands if '"• %  the same scientific tn I ment and energetic labour W0 W be equally p r c th I'^eof Florida. Weshall be jwtliat there is no use in ducngwhenthereisnomar u ' %  ) thai much money that goes out of the colony for comjnodities ,,,. %  „ 1 ulb(; pniduced Jfg w„uld make an app, *5E!? f Pl in our local market for the same article for IMS '' 1 ""' the Blue Book iqi • corn meals h ch ^ludes Hominv imp ed"tothe Colony as £ U i II ; who will j ,{ ,[,.„ •'""•" %  tw uld make nod | ,ir sending power and circulating medium if kept in the %  ">•'" thai ,,, pro d c ethecorn. Wean notlikely to produce it ifwendhereto the Primitive methods of cultivation which have obtained and do obtain in the Colony. Adopt the methods practiced in America in the cultivation of our products, pay fair wages to the labourer and we venture to say thai ve would have no dif ficulty in holding that £"14125 in the !olony. And as for those articles Mr which we require a market, potatoes, onions and tomatoes, we have the facilities for reaching a market within 2; hours of us, in th' Honda E. C. Railway \i 1 doubt there are some difficulties in the way, "bul w • doubt if they are insurmounta ble if intelligent thought be ap plied to the overcoming of them 1 me great difficulty we must endeavour to overcome and that isof so often spoil! 1 good farmer by trying to mak a merchant of him, it is lil "Rn ind peg iu the squ ire h ile" Continual dri p| ing w irs away stone, and this continual outgoing of oui labouring pop ul ition must t\ en uate in t le utter imp n ris n-nt. aband< tninent ol I In 1 isla iid<. Go back t 1 the land, epp icial ly vour own land. \ v %  are not convi 10 I tl is necessity lhat %  1 n 1 > 'Is pie 1 emigrate f< r w %  I that men who scoi 1 1 ie 1 le 1 of field labour here, do it over there in Miami .in I niaov 1 things that th We believe, that m< .si of our people who go are Afflicted with .'i sev( 1 1 ul %  of travel fe\er \\ lm h is epidi mic li Why does the I' ard of Works do i's repairs in su h piece work le ? We •>!>%  1 n that the long talked of, clam 1 ire I I ir, an I much needed concrete Sidewalk in Parliament Street, only extends to the South End of the Guard Room Building. Why was this job not made H fi of by taking it up lo the ex treme south end of the Side walk? Bay Street between East and Union Streets now in course ol remaking, is talcing a long time. much to the inconvenience of the general public. This is a very narrow portion of May Street and the Si one should not have beeVi brought thereuncracked. It should h tve been cracked and prepared 1 where, and brought, laid on, and rolled immediate The Board of Works is repairing the Old del.ipid.it' %  .I, disgraceful looking shed on the Wests de of Ihe Warehouse yard, for storage 1 I' l> >ard of I 1! >l Dredger Mate ial etc, and we have learned from reliable authority that the Commit! appointed bv th G vernment, nisi ler 1 % %  re irrangement of the I reasury I >epartment is recommending the demolition of 1h.1t shed Why this w .land. (jurioudv t ough, this [change 01 attitude is due. not to any belief in the pei innency of peace, bjt largely, il not • ly, to tii dev I > I ol iplaif and di ible b illoon las formidable of war, will the conse |uent destructionfof that "sple idid is il 1tion," iija physical SI ise at least of win' fi the British have alof IIU "Frances E" a rived in Miami early this mornii .* The Mail Stea mei "Seguran ca" arrived 1 hi-. m irning, with pineai ipli si Is. Johnson Co from lie. •* IN THE SUPREME COUR !' i 1 jo T : %  '. : |rd ()ct. let at in \<* a. in P I li %  I lonour I). Tudor I ;. K. C C ii !' Justic %  ; The 1 1 11, ii. M K. C Acting \ttorn I ir; The l'i osl Marshall. The .Vtin^ \ttorne\ I >n ml I the non rri vn\ "I wit>: pending 1 a les Pit I mri idjom ned until I %  iv 28th inst. ill rCHIN '. RN il.W'D TO El fti >PE. Bj I I Murphy, in th • P mini Mechani s M % %  /mo. %  The buil ling of a tunnel un di 1 the Engl 1 Cha inel is, li the '.mama Can al. a project that will not'down. It has come up for discussion and agitation perio llcally F nearly a century, and each time it has been defeated because of milu i' rai i ons. Thirty years a n tha tunnel (ani( very ne.ii be n ning an accomplished fact. Trial headings aggregating about one tenth the total length of the tunnel were dug. Then the work iwas stopped on the same old plea that such a con nectton with the Continent MI 'lit be used as a means ol in vasiori in tune of war. This project is now being pro note I again, and apparently with more likelihood than evei thai it will be carried through to Completion, OWlhg to a Jl"'" nounced change of attitude bi>th on the part of the public and of the military authorities of Eng11 sn so jealous, I' i in ha\e already made lan tel, and it t that in any lot 1 is the 111 >s' in c • would tha/i a \ bill now pending be Bi itish parli iment % %  111 unediate begin (ruction, I' e build letunnel will pi ice in i'i! t 1 tilway com ion with Paris and other the continent and twill ways 11 of ain flights ippare tunnel. 1 re th J templa ning of ing of Londoi niun cities o :' .I European ie much drea led chan •turk the I pi isma form iti elimiiit te on • f the m >st dis 1 I, iii-| j 1 Tie 1 instruction ofjthe tunnel %  • % %  >uld mgineering job. bul it iron! I 11 >t be c unparable in C -st >r 1 • ' :. ilti to be overc 111 iv 1 1 the c mstru to 1 f thi ,1 HI Can 11, and tne em dit 1 %  %  net are fully as C II if the I ', 'a 1 1 11 1 rg;i \ n HI 11 of inil) I id %  r %  I 111 t 1 '1 1 roje t. The 1 ich alone made goundi 1 p 1 tne bed of oh mnel and d mo istrateJ b a doubt th it the chalk strata that form the pro tl net feature of h tii the English and French dnasts continue unbroken under jh •! h t n 1: < I. Com pi 1 te geological maps and sections have b--< n worked out, and these show that favourable con| litions e^isl for the construction of ,1 tunnel. The natural place for the tun nel is at the Strait of I lovet, when' the distance from coast to const is only about -'" miles and whefe the average depth of water is about 120 ft. This narrow strip of water has always been one of the important inter national highways of the world and the traffic lines on both coasts converge to it. But it is also a most unsatisfactory high way on Recount of the swift cur rents and rough seas to winch it is subject, The economic Importance of the strait as a link between England and the Continent will never be altered, and I



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I IH.'. 1 K i B I! N E itistberefr inevitable that a 'unn"lp'-(>\ %  i:i• adequate ailway trai i nni will tn illv uilt. The tunnel, as propo A, pill run from the Si;. [cklls. n at Dover, rinj>lfliire than 2%  mi es On each sid il will cliffs ii 1 s 1 .ri di*i 1 1 the shore ai Irop do le 1 in lo fur %  J 'lit nulcs in'' imprrviou Ik und r .'-tii' !r LI. 1 IR sVH New Y irk, jt.—Wm, Sulzei mi 1 ichcd as < invemoi of the State ton "lit was no nin.i t 'I f, .i• V nbh b\ th* Pro .., nlily district •in IV lie jtae n ir1 each of th< • %  low 1. i %  • 1' 1 h 1 in 1,000 to a summit u middle of tii %  • st< t, t ie 1 II -S ill lliis rniigeinent. i' ; i" pi 1 1 %  the tunnel is Aot\ foi I he | >f dm in 1 • %  A rarelul e tim ite 1 t of 1 he tunnel xl | . Give 1 1I1 • in MI j n I peimission t %  !.-n, 11 work of construct 10 b %  a; 'In ult as ma iy entfinret itie.n n nr, the %  th ual mg jobs t less atien tion I he -i 1 ical featu jh of define %  in time of ral methods have been *ro 11 I for blocking the 1 ntram to prevent invasion "iu h .1 fun '• nel as that outlined above c >uld riiKxIed s > th.it it would be ; np issibh fi u nn\ enemr to pass the low point in the 4 de As ;iu additional s < I u has bei n projmsed to build .1 devi :e simil 11 t %  i cross yah e, placed within t 1 tunnel .it a suitable diste >m the en trance, This device would con sist of a .n issu e block of concrete operated l>> a tufntal le inechanis n and pierced with openings corresp Hiding to the openings in the tunnel, Un ler 0 dinary Conditions tins would be set to permit the passage ol trains, but in time of war ii could easily be turned with the opening***! right angle to the tunnel ami til US block anv att 1 >t at invasion. Van Bullen, recently senteiu i ,1 to 1 J months' hard labour for political and other offences, was last week deported from the Co lony. He was fot m here sent to London when upon arrival he will be transhipped to his own country.—'Belize Clarion' Sept. 95th %  i rii • \' %  . .. Vrem de nan is that • %  govi P ut i Illbil it 11 \ ere, in prod ' l> i-sia \ itions imi>os n i %  •ii goods from counti ies where no t. list. London. 21. \ 1 itic .-i|' pearaui e il the suffr \%* el I. f l in : was iide d i\ by Miss Kennev %  innir.pf .if the Woine ;il .nid p" 1 ti al union. Suffering >m the .1.1 '"I lunger Sii ike" in I lolloway [ail, she s brougl t into the hall on :i sti Washi 11.—^ hie there 11 change in either 1 he st itusof affairs .it Mexii n Citj or th %  Am-i nun policv .1 intern ition il phase of th • \h\ica 1 siti ation that attracted A i<] ion to night was 1 %  formal inquiry made earlier to dav by Arobassadoi Page of I. n |on is to what wasconstru ed In '• %  as an unsympathetic at titude towaid tli I 11 teil St ites by Sir Lionel Carden, the Bi 1 tish Ministei ol Mexi 1 Ii is mi'l 1 od that the basis of the inquiry was a confidential report to the state de I'.uMieut, the contents of Inch wet • not divulged het It is liiiown, however, that what particularly displeased both President Wils >n and Sell -. Bryan was the pre* ntat ion by Sir Lionel of his credentials to Provisional President Huerta the very day after the lattet had proclaimed himself dictator. W'iniii; si. Freddie Welsh, the rCnglish lightweight champion, was knocked out in the ninth round in a bout with Mi I burn Savior India 1 apolis h re t" night, bul was given the ,|. cision on a fouj blow. London, 21.— The appointment of Sir Rufuf Issacsas Lord Chief Justice has been officially announced. Sir J. A. Simon, Solicitor General, is appointed to the Attorney Generalship. IT* LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Port Sunlight, England. DO YOU REALISE the importance of pure Soap ? Do you know that Sunlight Soap make clothes whiter, and work lighter ? True economy is to use a pure Soap. Sunlight Soap is guaranteed pure, therefore cannot destroy your clothes. Preserve your clothes by using Sunlight Soap. Stanley Owen Bu ds to the Solicitoisbip. London, at. The Berlin cor respondi nt of th %  Daily M ii 1 have excellent r< for believing that Wi Churchills Intesl proposal of naval shipbuilding holiday will f ;i ll 01 if i is in Germans." IPs speech obtains prominence nil the front pages of to ,ia\'s ;.ap--:s. but h n achedhere I,,.', late tor 1: ment befon morrow. re to Pans ai. -The Tokio c cut of the 'Matin' says that rnment has 1 to s ml a cruiser to Mexi o. A CARD. \| T Jaun s A Godfrey desires to thank, most sincere!). the man) kind friends who sent notes of condolence and f loin I trib ites on lh 1 0 rasion of his Rre|i ders l IIK IVIII.IIII.K Pan'. lie;; I. ..ill HQtl lip. provemenl ^mpa \\ Limited will be held nt the I % %  /eOB Bay Street at rum-My the 3* >l '' nisi at 8 p.m. \YM. E. FOUNTAIN ,\ssi. Secretary 7IIE Magazine I fchnt niakei Fact mure fn.H<-lnatln|f | than Fiction "WRITTEN (O VOU CAN | UNMBSTANtl IT' A GREAT Continued Story of the World I Procrau which you ma> begin reading al I any time, and which will hold your u | forever, is running in Popular Mechanics| Magazine Are you reading; it.' Two millions of peopl are. and it is the favorite with progi readers in South as well as in Not I Il appeals to all classesold and youoi ma and women-those who know and thoaa wtt want 10 know. 2(0 PAOIS EACH MONTH 300 PICTUar.r 20O ARTICLE* Or OENERAL INTERIST The "Shop Note." Deprtmn 120 panrsj Kives easy ways to do things—how to m;ika useful articles for home and shop, repairs, etc. "AautaurMochanici" (10 panes) tells how to make Mission furniture, win-less ..uttits,boats, engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves. By mail, peryear $2.00 (Gold) WRITE rOR rREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY POPULAR MECHANICS CO. HA w. WsaHasjssa si. CHICAGO X. NOKIi i 'T~*ill's is to inform my Patrom 1 .nel the Public m Geofral tluil I have opened tny Public k Smith Simp; and am now M'.xU to iio anythinx in the line ol (irniia) rep nt oi new work Hor*e S|I""IIIL' •s|).i-iallv. All work done inicallv. P. A. Muyler, B iv Stn-t. Last (Wharf) GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON Pi we, VIOLIN, \l Win )i.'.< end GUI 1'A.R. Pianos tuned and Repair, d Ordtn taken for Private Entertainments. o 7 West streel



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I FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N Mir* Large assortment of Holiday Cakes and Candies direct from the Factory such as Rainbow Mixed i >nr Dailinir Dixie [> • I Ml.'It lllll Our Hobby and 25 oilier different Mixed Cakes at lactsperlb Mixed Candies at 18 cts per lh Also the follow IIIL' Cakes in Pack ics % %  •* 6 ris. Raisin Cookies, O. U. Pit •ard Lunrli niscuits. 1'heso areuni qiriled in quality. AT TOOTE'S East B iv Street. Sch. "Winifred M." ^ MLS for MIW1I, Fla 0 FRIDAY. OCT. ..4, 9 3 For Passage or Freight Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. Maiden Trip New Three Masted Schooner CORINTHIA \;\/"-'leave Nassau for JackVV MHivilla, Fla a I tout the ioih November. H sufficient inducement offers will tOUCfa at Miami mi the m iv up. For Freight or Passage .\ 11111 \ ;•> T. (.. JOHNSON, Oct. IS, ] ,: Agent. NOTH 1. I f AVING been appointed 1 AGENT foi V1APES PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER in the Bahamas I am able to supph cuttomi n w itli mime >t maiiufaclurers price which is f | ) per ton of 8 ban el* 01 fj.so. per barrel <>f 250 lbs. 1. o. 11. \, vv York, This Fertilize! can also be obtained through any commission House in New York, or direct from M inufacturers at the same price. I shall be Rlad to take any one desiiiousof weing the resultsob. 1 lined from the use ol tins Fertiliser to my cultivations in Nassau which must convime anyone that Mnpes Fertilizer is the kind In -t suited to our soil for the growing of pineapples. WALTER K. MOORE. I H E T R Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles al ^9.60 per thousand of JO bundles Discounts OO lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also <>n cheaper grades also 5111. Cypress al $6.74 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made p ssible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving evei y iveek. C. C. SAUNDERS. Nassau, \. P., Sept. 2(>, 1913. GALL FOR RENT. I I Oi'SK on East Bay Street, al 1 present occupied by H, P. Sturrup Esq. possession given ist August, •pply t<>, WALTER K". MOORE. FOR SALE I J OUSE and Lot on West At { for particulars apply to \l I.. Dean or Michael Ryan, t )--, \V ••{ Mi \ York Chv. Fresh Just Arrived NION SEED mid all oiliei VI lOOTE'A .pi') H 1 v Strei t o > Iroiu'leawnil V--et .MaStcd J W E would dorm all who %  appreciate a Uood Smoke that we now have on .nd an extensive Stock of IIA VAN A CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to b*" made ol the finest Havana and Sumntrr \Viappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on oui premises by skilled work nen and ure;.t pains are taken to produce an aitulr ol -up' -nor <|n dity. I'h/ succes* we have met with in the past bad: nnfidentl) Inexpert the oationage of connoiseurs. J. L. Al NDERS \ Co. Ba\ Street, STANDARD Oil. CO'S Gasoline Drums 11" Gallons. Delivered Wharf .1. I'. Sands on an ival T ranees I'.." Only Five Drums eac'-. week. Now is the time to Buy T l-T^f 1UI •"*' ,?' Aunt Hannahs t Reasonable Piices viz— DEATH DROPS IV iw |,e most hltririive package ol Cdilo,,,,., (,i U u Killei in th Id. Gu.iKmgAlples. • iWee.l to doit woik quicker than .... c \tvi'!rr>c C rr I ..nv other. Do. lain or .ru JA\ I, SAWDERS. &. CO am MM THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT Put up in rombinati. nspout 1 ms. makes powerful the name 22cts. Cash on I >elivei \. ('. C. S VUNDERS. Septembei 1 |, 1 %  ANOIHEK SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Just Received; W ILLIVU?. HIE R||()f \l \\ 11 is jii-' add*l to iddre idy lai ire KUppI) i" the 1 me. I ngli-li and American I ruaks. I'.MLI1-I1 and Alliei it an Dress "*uil Cnses ,-onnof which are made of conipre'-sfibre l Kit Bags, Satchels, Attach , and "-oiled I.men Bags at Pi ii ea more interesting ibon ever, I '.isi.ii— 01, t lie e* e ol travel ling will do well to visit 1 Ins D-p.ntment and make a selection now, WII.I.I \\i-WHOLESALE v\i> RETAIL DEPARTMENT. 277. 270 lley-stieet, I \l\'i IIANNVS Roncl'i Powder I h m *t all packaue n I ket. Pul up HI ;• f'e'M spi inkier-top 1 %  !•< n \ I I %  H I % %  > 1. IK RSf I OR SALE \' GIKMI condition \pply, STANDARD ENGINE. II. 1 RL'SSKI I-. '• I lie Sli.iiniock" I *.. %  v Street t'ity. 1.1. 1 -1 I i |l II',. I I Ol'SI\*, Ku>ines PI ices and J and Churhei, wired, CmiIK la ken foi au> I irge lajibling, Electric MIIIIMS, I". 111-, \l I'.II'OI-., lions, p| 1 .. rep ired. Skillful Vlltim little and Mol'H Engine repaii inu \ Chauffeur d required I \ any one. Mechanical Pipe Fitting, etc. Ml win k satisfactorily done in a manner to %  —. 111 ibe m *t PI it ic I. Address 13. H. I. MASON, P. O. I km |. or 'Triliune' ( >ffice. Lloyd's Kegister shows this —the power of the majority. UacM i>f tlic Stand guarantee M the Standard Motor Construction Co ,171 pine St., Jersey City, N. J. CHAo. E. ALBURY, Nassau, \. P. A gen I f'>r the Bahamas. Notice. ~i % lll"i is 10 1, -II 1 the Public 1 of the Old Stand (N. S. Elliot's Jomer Shop) Easl Buy ?ftieet, winch is now under the Management of JAMES A. EVANS 1 ONTRACTOR AND JOINER Iluid made Coffins of every des. cription. I am pn pared to iv you excellent woik. Mest of refer ences, |',,r laming etc., see us. Wl guarantee to satisfy you and afi confident that we can suit you. W. \. M MMKR UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and thPublic that he has jusi received n complete outfit nl i 1 ities for 1 lie business ol an undertaker, which places bun it 1 position to carry out Funerals llial may be entrusted to Ins care with system and despatch ; and raspfft fully solicits their putronag 0*1 my Prices first ind prove thai they are the very lowest for fust 1 work. A



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I CD 0) 0 0) sr & w ••H b 0 Nvilllvis Svddictua Jurare In vcrha mallrl. Being bour.d lo sweivr to (ho Dojmiv; %  >( no Master .. X. i I <>\ %  i I>1 I C Of'l-I | \ It %  PUrJI.fOH' It M .... Ve.ti-i i •1 t i,n Ire |,< ', %  %  i, ; i Rt,tn i : % %  -i g J f C 111 \ I.I • I. .1'! loolilt 1..1 > i i in l< 4*. (all V .-'• %  %  • %  •• %  V \ Ml %  IV | l>\ \ V( 1 MU. N. P.. IJB.ha.mivs. Thursday. October 23, 1913 No. >0 L|' l'k %  -i11•_ %  Rsle ~.i re |>ei line f.,i fir-t r ii"n : ilne • IH e i fl line ,, ,. ml i i— ill"": V'I '""• |*on ii,if f.,i • %  ihM>quput insertion' Vdvcrti>iririit> uii-lel eitlhl line* ^s. OPI \IW, |() A \KD )l)Oj ..iiclrfl-.l) Sp. ,i I il If) n| lllf ilmi•••v ih.11 now piev i Ini: in IS im i'l cm c i: i. • i in w i •-1 s:i\ s : •• Aliat miins ill %  •! I lie -In M. day nver l\\i c ib %  '< shows and ufteinomi •! nice-, with ilieir 'tan•its mill "im kf\ Jots HIMI 'giizzly liei,-,' .iml ill III] •••-!. to > shameful i.. pritil ? R§ e, church HtnJ ichixil -iirh II MI. i evei ^ v here ma stirred lo conferel %  • -MI. I t acti n HVPI il, I -ii.n.ili/ i' ioil 1li.il is plainly evi in litough incoming i.f these in I HI |>i'l''in c. I lings inn-' !i • bad, i:i,|.-i-l, |\ 11.-Ii public offi i .il. H 'I <•< ;,,,II,...I ..i Ix-niu ovn scrupulous, an,'imii-c I lull iSSlie dec Dlf i Ills! the-.e f-Hlll"I '' ' n%  Fr III I' ,'l lie --lit Skirl I li'iH' %  \ S>iliei ImH giv II lllf i leill Slvle i-, When in doubt, slit, I lie M iriaii w ho is M'II-S-. -il up m h m d iffi H'IV in mounting ih • in !,, %  -! Ft reel c if Rif.pi if there ,II i | h-iitv ol poliC' men pii*eul t.> ici iin the cm i'• %  • %  -., ,,i. -. ino| I-II to i p-nni ah .\. the !. • -s, .HI I the op ng*. oi c mfin l i mines. Inn tinue i .ii I'llll' s' more al nig this iinlivi.hi il ros i i -t pare tn cniigns i: the %  llou ins %  I iieeder" >.ni i'.iM. In :i line, w it w • i; -i' >\>H'.ii I'.v •• I'lrprv iling su %  %  -. of ilre ire com mm ol jecis ol > -st inumg young men, aiiii tins jesting sow! the thought s.rd for immoral harv.-sts. I inrl.isr.lining cHstuMU's, tinpeeki-li" • 't."-t, low neck* ami shorl sh-ves ..if • isively Hlioft hkirlh, i %  I %  %  i i' .si.-.y wre -I-Slgneil in |He filRl W ill no oMn i object than i<> draw the attention nf men." When we recall lhat tinis iflC remark of that woman m much eji perienced in dealing with cols thai have gone nlraVi M'y 1 ''-'iii. HIS. provincial piobniloo officer at Edmonton, it is worthy of Rerimis ittention by th me who en •. The ine is must powei f.il m c tributiog to human d< linqu It is to he a party l<> the %  • %  st. quant crime to inflame. Beurotic desire ihrough adultery that has its se.-.t lust in the eve. £ "Loudi in I."' lei " I'he Clai ion' ize, Oct. -'. uii i \n imuiing writer in a maga/i ie .-• i id enough to tell us tiie • ixfor i he p .'-.' wave .if in h -ssing." I lie article is ,i iuvn obtain .,iii< nf the indelicate ,-in.'i.i. mil because thee gowns .in•..> \--i\ liiipli in-'iis we have to i ,i... thword of il apti'.n that re al all. If th-wnier imlv iii.l Ins way md he can n.-\ei .in11 • mi l.'istaml why he does nm a t il .11 our women xv.ml.I lie dressed with that charmI:| j .implicily Ih it would faithliMU H-ll'.l 'he chirmnie simplicii< I i i 'ii minds Bui thej ive lv-,-ii lieguiled by Paris I'll %  Ii ive fallen VH-II .is m lieIrei ch Iressin IU.'IS. one of the gr -atesl of %  vh'-m s \u\ recently th it he mild llDW f ii lie C "ill go "in iiia!.III ; damn fool of the wo lien." I..1 ie. ii ipe thai this p irticular (In s,m ii;.-i Ins ii-.v satisfied his n ,ii .ixen lositv. Frankly w rjon'i s. ,that he can go very much further Hi in im has. There is Rome satisfaction in the reflexion that tun much energy in the present direction woo Id spoil his own ii.i Isince women without any clothing al ill Would I"' a most unprofitable venture for 'he di making business. Mow if our wo. MI MI c mid o!'ly Iip -rsuaded lo nParis ill might yet be well with them. The I'nisi in fashions, lie says, a e worn only abrond, since no true Parisian e would i inch tiie ii with n manure fork, rtierefore M only remains ioi fash nuial'l • w nm" to pationizhome in in tries, t" encourage the dress, maker to product a costume that thai I al i-'i conceal something "f the feminine anatomv, and in this w iv we sli i'i h s-.ved from "the |I,-Mil >v IV of ind-cenl dressing. It .ill sounds very nice hut the whole of it can %  • isito icon len -1 %  mi,, i single sentence, I hnwe 111 iv -av tli ii Hi n edy for inde%  dressing is not to dress inde cent I V. Kotterd mi, I Inllaml, will have the largest artinci .1 h irbour in the World, with an atea of 766 acres ami a depth of 2 feet. I


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Thursday, October 23, 1913
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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No. >0
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i I TURRT
I)MIA
\,|. r-rl >-i11_ Rsle ~.i .....re |>ei line
f.,i fir-t .....rii"n : ilne ih e i fl line
' ,, ,- ml i i ill"": V'I '"" |*on
ii,if f.,i ihM>quput insertion'
Vdvcrti>iririit> uii-lel eitlhl line* ^s.
OPI \IW, |() A \KD
- )l)Oj
..iiclrfl-.l)
Sp. ,i I il If) n| lllf ilmiv ih.11
now piev i Ini: in IS im i'l cm c i: i. -
i in w i - -1 s:i\ s :
Aliat mi- ins ill ! I lie -In M.
day nver l\\i c ib '< shows and
ufteinomi ! nice-, with ilieir 'tan-
its mill "im kf\ Jots himI 'giizzly
liei,-,' .iml ill III] -!. to > shame-
ful i.. pritil ? R e, church HtnJ
ichixil -iirh ii mi.i evei ^ v here ma
stirred lo conferel -mi.I t acti n
HVPI il, I -ii.n.ili/ i' ioil 1li.il is
plainly evi in litough incoming
i.f these in I.....hi swe- pi ig .iv- i 1 lir Cllll iuj I IKS MM
r>|>i'l''in c. I lings inn-' !i bad,
i:i,|.-i-l, |\ 11.-Ii public offi i .il. H 'I <<
;,,,ii,...i ..i Ix-niu ovn scrupulous,
an- ,'imii-c I lull iSSlie dec.....*
Dlf i Ills! the-.e f-Hlll- "I '' ' n-
Fr aeWt|Ntper \\t i'l; |> III-' I'
,-'l lie --lit Skirl I li'iH-
' \ S>il nnrdinn i !ou'nty, (>iei
ImH giv ii lllf i.....leill Slvle incus dress......wUil slap In his
sentencing speech to an oflendei
gainst tin- iiioimI IttW, Me said in
conclusion : There can he no pal-
liati hi of your offense: but it is
apparent lo me, aftai a study of
i ir I -11 ns, that the oulia
I ,,-!< .,i j mi tli parl n(
tli-iiis imls df women Hod y.ninj;
iiiibutes in lnrg< !
urh*i 'll-'nsi's '
I he judtte i'l'l.-'l Hi n ilif slit
Sl jrl, |l il lir.il .: l I I l II1111 I I.
\ new* it--in going ilns rinidbf
il..- n il)|ic pr.-ss Ii is a hi- rli ig like
: ' |- iisllioil s l.al'-si I II i .
\\. ii | uUt.Sht I hr nrlicle
hen his :
"We are going to wmi slit* 'I'is
[., ,!-.. some chiffon mil lace
Ikhi iirul fur. I'm! luefly
s|.is. I Ii golden rule foi llie ru-
i..iii'-> i-, When in doubt, slit, I lie
m iriaii w ho is m'ii-s-.-il up m
h m.....diffi h'iv in mounting
ih in !,,-! Ft reel c if Rif.pi if there
,iii- | h-iitv ol poliC' men pii*eul t.>
ic- i iin the cm i'
-., ,,i. -. in- o| i-ii to i p-nni
ah .\. the !. -s, .hi I the op.....ng*.
. oi c mfin n ,rrd 'i ''h -it H frnnl
an.' i' ill-- hack, I he ciige*' of
pvi ii in w ' ns .in' men 11 iospa-
i,- ... .Hid i- -ning i'i -1 is hi-
KV..I i "isi y ovei one rIiouI I-
.-i. |.....-tin u-.iii-r health nor
lllillll'sl v.
I here i" n i
line, >l i
mines. Inn -
tinue i .i- i -
I'llll' s'
more al nig this
iinlivi.hi il ros
i i -t pare tn cn-
- iigns
. i:
the
llou ins '
I iieeder"
>.ni i'.iM.
In :i line,
w it w i; -i' >\>H'.ii I'.v
I'lr- prv iling su'-. of ilre
ire com mm ol jecis ol > -st inumg
young men, aiiii tins jesting sow!
the thought s.rd for immoral har-
v.-sts. I in- rl.isr.lining cHstuMU's,
tin- peek- i-li" 't."-t, low neck*
ami shorl sh-ves ..if isively Hlioft
hkirlh, i I i i' .si.-.y wre -I--
Slgneil in |He filRl W ill no oMn i
object than i<> draw the attention
nf men."
When we recall lhat tin- is iflC
remark of that woman m much eji
perienced in dealing with cols
thai have gone nlraVi M'y 1''-'-
iii.his. provincial piobniloo officer
at Edmonton, it is worthy of Reri-
mis ittention by th me who en .
The ine is must powei f.il m c
tributiog to human d< linqu.....
It is to he a party l<> the st.
quant crime to inflame. Beurotic
desire ihrough adultery that has
its se.-.t lust in the eve.

"Loudi in I."' lei" I'he Clai ion'
ize, Oct. -'. uii i
\n imuiing writer in a maga-
/i ie .- i id enough to tell us tiie
ix- for ihe p .'-.' wave .if in
h -ssing." I lie article is
,i i n.nis 'f th diaphanous g>uvn ob-
tain .,iii< nf the indelicate
,-in.'i.i. mil because thee gowns
.in- ..> \--i\ liiipli in-'iis we have to
i ,i... th- word of il.....apti'.n that
......re al all. If th-- wnier
imlv iii.l Ins way md he can
n.-\ei .in11 mi l.'istaml why he
does nm a t il .11 our women
xv.ml.I lie dressed with that charm-
I:| j .implicily Ih it would faith-
liMU H-ll'.l 'he chirmnie simpli-
cii< I i i 'ii minds Bui thej ive
lv-,-ii lieguiled by Paris I'll Ii ive
fallen vh-ii .is m lie- I- rei ch Iress-
in iU.'is. one of the gr -atesl of
vh'-m s \u\ recently th it he mild
llDW f ii lie C "ill go "in iiia!.-
iii ; damn fool of the wo lien."
I..1 ie. ii ipe thai this p irticular
(In s,m ii;.-i Ins ii-.v satisfied his
n ,ii .ix- en lositv. Frankly w
rjon'i s. ,- that he can go very much
further Hi in im has. There is Rome
satisfaction in the reflexion that
tun much energy in the present
direction woo Id spoil his own
ii.i I- since women without any
clothing al ill Would I"' a most
unprofitable venture for 'he di
making business. Mow if our wo.
mi mi c mid o!'ly Ii- p -rsuaded lo
n- Paris ill might yet be well
with them. The I'nisi in fashions,
lie says, a e worn only abrond,
since no true Parisian e would
i inch tiie ii with n manure fork,
rtierefore m only remains ioi fash
nuial'l w nm" to pationiz- home
in in tries, t" encourage the dress,
maker to product a costume that
thai I al i-'i conceal something "f
the feminine anatomv, and in this
w iv we sli i'i h s-.ved from "the
|i,-m- il >v IV of ind-cenl dressing.
It .ill sounds very nice hut the
whole of it can isito i- con len -1 '
mi,, i single sentence, I hn- we
111 iv -av tli ii Hi.....nedy for inde-
dressing is not to dress inde
cent I V.
Kotterd mi, I Inllaml, will have
the largest artinci .1 h irbour in the
World, with an atea of 766 acres
ami a depth of 2 feet.
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I'HE T R 1 li U NE
Jl
Gbe Vrfbunc
Thursday. October 23. 19|>
Within the last three days
over one hundred and fifty per-
sons have left Nassau for Miami,
'' -lj enquiring as to the reason
ol the continuous drain upon
pui abour supply, we are r.
J'ablj informed that adjacent
to Miami, are extensive farming
'"'I' demand labour,
that cannot beobtained in or
near Miami and the Bahamian!
labourer is preferred. So will -,,!
1 I" the meanwhile ouri
sponge, and sisal industries arc
suffering from lack ofTaboui
f'so( ur agricultural, horticul-
tural and othei interests.
If the Bahamian labourer is
t wlfor Florida he should be
betterfo, theBahamas; instead
of allowing our labourers to gn
out seeKing employment we
should endeavour to have capit-
al and new industries comin in
seeking our preferred labourers
How i$ this to be brought about
we do not profess to know, but
one of many ways would be to
lei our laud-, be leased or
at reasonable rates instead of sc>
soon as enquiry is made for land
prices run up jf, t ,00 per.
as hasbeen the practice in the
past. Other ways mav be found
" K,ve" * necessary thought
'"'d consideration. Bui the
question ol labour her is .
ng extremely acute, and .'
steps are promptly taken to
meet it. it is very likelv to
cornean unsolvable problem.
We believe that our lands if
'"" the same scientific tn I
ment and energetic labour
W0W be equally pr......cth
I'^eof Florida. Weshall be
jwtliat there is no use in
ducngwhenthereisnomar
u' ') thai much money that
goes out of the colony for com-
jnodities ,,,. 1,ulb(; pniduced
Jfg wuld make an app,
*5E!?,fPl in our local
market for the same article for
IMS''1""' the Blue Book iqi
corn meals
*h!ch'^ludes Hominv imp
ed"tothe Colony as Ui
ii ; who will j ,{ ,[,.
'""" tw uld make nod
| ",ir sending power and
circulating medium if kept in the
">'" thai ,,, pro.
d"cethecorn. Wean notlikely
to produce it ifwendhereto the
Primitive methods of cultivation
which have obtained and do
obtain in the Colony.
Adopt the methods practiced
in America in the cultivation of
our products, pay fair wages to
the labourer and we venture to
say thai ve would have no dif
ficulty in holding that "14125
in the !olony.
And as for those articles Mr
which we require a market, po-
tatoes, onions and tomatoes, we
have the facilities for reaching
a market within 2; hours of us,
in th' Honda E. C. Railway
\i 1 doubt there are some diffi-
culties in the way, "bul w
doubt if they are insurmounta
ble if intelligent thought be ap
plied to the overcoming of them
1 me great difficulty we must
endeavour to overcome and
that isof so often spoil! 1
good farmer by trying to mak
a merchant of him, it is lil
"Rn ind peg iu the squ ire h ile"
Continual dri p| ing w irs
away stone, and this continual
outgoing of oui labouring pop
ul ition must t\ en uate in t le
utter imp n ris n-nt.
aband< tninent ol I In 1 isla iid<.
Go back t 1 the land, epp icial
ly vour own land.
\v' are not convi 10 I tl
is necessity lhat 1 n 1 > 'Is
pie 1 emigrate f< r w I
that men who scoi 1 1 ie 1 le 1 of
field labour here, do it over
there in Miami .in I niaov 1
things that th
We believe, that m< .si of our
people who go are Afflicted
with .'i sev( 1 1 ul of travel
fe\er \\ lm h is epidi mic li
Why does the I' ard of Works
do i's repairs in su h piece work
le ? We >!>- 1 n that the long
talked of, clam 1 ire I I ir, an I
much needed concrete Side-
walk in Parliament Street, only
extends to the South End of the
Guard Room Building. Why
was this job not made H fi
of by taking it up lo the ex
treme south end of the Side
walk?
Bay Street between East and
Union Streets now in course ol
remaking, is talcing a long time.
much to the inconvenience of
the general public.
This is a very narrow portion
of May Street and the Si one
should not have beeVi brought
thereuncracked. It should h tve
been cracked and prepared 1
where, and brought, laid on,
and rolled immediate
The Board of Works is re-
pairing the Old del.ipid.it'.I,
disgraceful looking shed on the
Wests de of Ihe Warehouse yard,
for storage 1 I' l> >ard of I'1! >l
Dredger Mate ial etc, and we
have learned from reliable au-
thority that the Commit!
appointed bv th G vernment,
nisi ler 1 . re irrangement
of the I reasury I >epartment is
recommending the demolition
of 1h.1t shed Why this w
.land. (jurioudv t ough, this
[change 01 attitude is due. not to
any belief in the pei innency of
' peace, bjt largely, il not
ly, to tii dev I > I ol
iplaif and di ible b illoon
las formidable of
! war, will the conse |uent des-
tructionfof that "sple idid is il 1-
tion," iija physical SI ise at least
of win' fi the British have al-
of IIU

"Frances E" a rived in Miami
early this mornii
.*
The Mail Stea mei "Seguran
ca" arrived 1 hi-. m irning, with
pineai ipli si Is. Johnson Co
from lie.
*
IN THE SUPREME COUR !'
i 1 jo
T : '. : |rd ()ct.
let at in \<* a. in
P
I li I lonour I). Tudor I ;.
K. C C ii !' Justic ; The 11
11, ii. M K. C Acting
\ttorn
I ir; The l'i osl
Marshall.
The .Vtin^ \ttorne\ I >n ml
I the non rri vn\ "I
wit>: pending 1 a les
Pit I mri idjom ned until
I iv 28th inst.
ill rCHIN '. RN il.W'D TO
El fti >PE.
* .
Bj I I Murphy, in th
P mini Mechani s
M /mo.
The buil ling of a tunnel un
di 1 the Engl 1 Cha inel is, li
the '.mama Can
al. a project that will not'down.
It has come up for discussion
and agitation perio llcally F
nearly a century, and each time
it has been defeated because of
milu i' raiions. Thirty
years a n tha tunnel (ani( very
ne.ii be n ning an accomplished
fact. Trial headings aggregating
about one tenth the total length
of the tunnel were dug. Then
the work iwas stopped on the
same old plea that such a con
nectton with the Continent
mi 'lit be used as a means ol in
vasiori in tune of war.
This project is now being
pro note I again, and apparently
with more likelihood than evei
thai it will be carried through
to Completion, OWlhg to a Jl"'"
nounced change of attitude bi>th
on the part of the public and of
the military authorities of Eng-
11 sn so jealous, I' i
in ha\e already made
lan tel, and it
t that in any lot 1
is the 111 >s' in c would
tha/i a
\ bill now pending be
Bi itish parli iment 111
unediate begin
(ruction, I' e build
le- tunnel will pi ice
in i'i! t 1 tilway com
ion with Paris and other
the continent and twill
ways 11
of ain
flights
ippare
tunnel.
1 re th J
templa
ning of
ing of
Londoi
niun
cities o
:' .I European
ie much drea led chan
turk the
I
pi isma
form iti
elimiiit te on f the m >st dis 1
I,
iii-| j 1
Tie 1 instruction ofjthe tunnel
>uld mgineering job.
bul it iron! I 11 >t be c unparable
in C -st >r 1 :. ilti to be
overc 111 iv 11 the c mstru to 1
f thi ,1 hi Can 11, and tne
em dit 1 net are fully as
C I- I if the
I ', 'a 1 1 11 1
rg;i \
n hi 11 of in-
il) I id r I 111
t 1 '1 1 roje t. The
1 ich alone made
goundi 1 p 1 tne bed of
oh mnel and d mo istrateJ b -
! a doubt th it the chalk
strata that form the pro tl net
feature of h tii the English and
French dnasts continue unbrok-
en under jh ! h t n 1: < I. Com pi 1 te
geological maps and sections
have b--< n worked out, and
these show that favourable con|
litions e^isl for the construction
of ,1 tunnel.
The natural place for the tun
nel is at the Strait of I lovet,
when' the distance from coast
to const is only about -'" miles
and whefe the average depth of
water is about 120 ft. This
narrow strip of water has always
been one of the important inter
national highways of the world
and the traffic lines on both
coasts converge to it. But it is
also a most unsatisfactory high
way on Recount of the swift cur
rents and rough seas to winch it
is subject, The economic Import-
ance of the strait as a link be-
tween England and the Conti-
nent will never be altered, and
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I
IH.'. 1 K i B I! N E
itistberefr inevitable that a
'unn"lp'-(>\ 'i:i adequate ail-
way trai i nni will tn illv
uilt.
The tunnel, as propo A, pill
run from the Si;. [cklls.
n at Dover, rinj>lflii tatte on tlv French coast, nr.u
Calais, and its total length i 1!
be i little in >re than 2- mi es
On each sid il will
cliffs ii 1 s 1 .ri di*i 1 1
the shore ai Irop do
le 1 in lo fur 'j 'lit
nulcs in'' imprrviou
Ik und r .'-tii' !r
LI.1 IR sVH
New Y irk, jt.Wm, Sulzei
mi 1 ichcd as < invemoi of the
State ton "lit was no nin.i t 'I
f, .i- V nbh b\ th* Pro
.., nlily
district
in
IV
lie
jtae
n
ir-
1
each of th< low 1.
i 1' 1 h 1
in 1,000 to a summit u
middle of tii st< t, t ie 1
II -S ill
lliis
rniigeinent. i';i" pi 1 1

the tunnel is Aot\ foi I he |
>f dm in 1
A rarelul e tim ite
1 t of 1 he tunnel xl |
. Give 1 1I1 in mi j n I
peimission t !.-n, 11
work of construct 10
b a; 'In ult as ma iy entfinret
itie.n
n
nr- ,
the

th
ual
mg jobs t less atien
tion I he -i 1 ical featu jh
of define in time of
ral methods have been *ro
11 I for blocking the 1 ntram
to prevent invasion "iu h .1 fun
'
nel as that outlined above c >uld
riiKxIed s > th.it it would be
; np issibh fi u nn\ enemr to
pass the low point in the 4 de
As ;iu additional s < I u
has bei n projmsed to build .1
devi :e simil 11 t i cross yah e,
placed within t 1 tunnel .it a
suitable diste >m the en -
trance, This device would con
sist of a .n issu e block of con-
crete operated l>> a tufntal le
inechanis n and pierced with
openings corresp Hiding to the
openings in the tunnel, Un ler
0 dinary Conditions tins would
be set to permit the passage ol
trains, but in time of war ii
could easily be turned with the
opening***! right angle to the
tunnel ami til US block anv at-
t.....1 >t at invasion.
Van Bullen, recently senteiu
i ,1 to 1 j months' hard labour for
political and other offences, was
last week deported from the Co
lony. He was fot m here sent to
London when upon arrival he
will be transhipped to his own
. country.'Belize Clarion' Sept.
95th
i rii
\' ,.... Vrem de nan is that
govi.....Put i
Illbil it 11 \ ere,in
prod ' l> i-sia
\ .
itions imi>os n i
ii goods from counti ies where
no t. list.
London. 21. \ 1 itic .-i|' ,
pearaui e il the suffr \%*
el I. f l in : was iide
d i\ by Miss Kennev innir.pf
.if the Woine ;il .nid p"
1 ti al union. Suffering >m the
.1.1 '"I lunger Sii ike" in
I lolloway [ail, she s brougl t
into the hall on :i sti
Washi 11.^ hie there
11 change in either 1 he
st itusof affairs .it Mexii n Citj
or th Am-i nun policv .1 in-
tern ition il phase of th \h\i-
ca 1 siti ation that attracted
a i<] ion to night was 1
formal inquiry made earlier to
dav by Arobassadoi Page of
I. n |on is to what wasconstru
ed In ' as an unsympathetic at
titude towaid tli I 11 teil St ites
by Sir Lionel Carden, the Bi 1
tish Ministei ol Mexi 1
Ii is mi'l 1 od that the ba-
sis of the inquiry was a confi-
dential report to the state de
I'.uMieut, the contents of Inch
wet not divulged het
It is liiiown, however, that
what particularly displeased
both President Wils >n and Se-
ll -. Bryan was the pre* n-
tat ion by Sir Lionel of his cre-
dentials to Provisional Presi-
dent Huerta the very day after
the lattet had proclaimed him-
self dictator.
W'iniii; si. Freddie
Welsh, the rCnglish lightweight
champion, was knocked out in
the ninth round in a bout with
Mi I burn Savior India 1 apolis
h re t" night, bul was given the
,|. cision on a fouj blow.
London, 21. The appoint-
ment of Sir Rufuf Issacsas Lord
Chief Justice has been officially
announced. Sir J. A. Simon,
Solicitor General, is appointed
to the Attorney Generalship.
IT*
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Churchills Intesl proposal of
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IPs speech obtains promin-
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morrow.
re to
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trib ites on lh 1 0 rasion of his
Rre Of Ins wife.
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POPULAR MECHANICS CO.
ha w. WsaHasjssa si. Chicago
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NOKIi i .
'T~*ill's is to inform my Patrom
1 .nel the Public m Geofral
tluil I have opened tny Public
k Smith Simp; and am now
M'.xU to iio anythinx in the line ol
(irniia) rep nt oi new work Hor*e
s|i""iiil' s|).i-iallv. All work done
inicallv.
P. A. Muyler,
B iv Stn-t. Last (Wharf)
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON
Pi we, VIOLIN,
\l Win )i.'.< end GUI 1'A.R.
Pianos tuned and Repair, d
Ordtn taken for Private
Entertainments.
o7 West streel
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I
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN Mir* Large assortment of
Holiday Cakes and Candies
direct from the Factory such as
Rainbow Mixed
i >nr Dailinir
Dixie [>
I Ml.'It lllll
Our Hobby and 25 oilier different
Mixed Cakes at lactsperlb Mixed
Candies at 18 cts per lh Also the
follow iiil' Cakes in Pack ics * 6
ris. Raisin Cookies, O. U. Pit - ard
Lunrli niscuits. 1'heso areuni qiril-
ed in quality.
AT TOOTE'S
East B iv Street.
Sch. "Winifred M."
^ MLS for MIW1I, Fla
0 FRIDAY. OCT. ..4, ,9,3
For Passage or Freight
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
Maiden Trip
New Three Masted Schooner
CORINTHIA
\;\/"-'- leave Nassau for Jack-
VV MHivilla, Fla a I tout the
ioih November. H sufficient in-
ducement offers will tOUCfa at
Miami mi the m iv up.
For Freight or Passage
.\ 11111 \ ;>
T. (.. JOHNSON,
Oct. IS, ] ,: Agent.
NOTH 1.
If AVING been appointed
1 AGENT foi V1APES PINE-
APPLE FERTILIZER in
the Bahamas I am able to supph
cuttomi n w itli mime >t maiiu-
faclurers price which is f | ) per ton
of 8 ban el* 01 fj.so. per barrel <>f
250 lbs. 1. o. 11. \, vv York,
This Fertilize! can also be ob-
tained through any commission
House in New York, or direct from
M inufacturers at the same price.
I shall be Rlad to take any one
desiiiousof weing the resultsob.
1 lined from the use ol tins Ferti-
liser to my cultivations in Nassau
which must convime anyone that
Mnpes Fertilizer is the kind In -t
suited to our soil for the growing
of pineapples.
WALTER K. MOORE.
I H E T R
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles al ^9.60 per thou-
sand of jo bundles
Discounts OO lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also <>n cheaper grades also
5111. Cypress al $6.74 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made p ssible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving evei y
iveek.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Nassau, \. P.,
Sept. 2(>, 1913.
GALL
FOR RENT.
II Oi'SK on East Bay Street, al
1 present occupied by H, P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given ist
August,
pply t<>,
WALTER K". MOORE.
FOR SALE
I J OUSE and Lot on West At
{ for particulars apply to \l
I.. Dean or Michael Ryan, t )--, \V
{ Mi \ York Chv.
Fresh Just Arrived
NION SEED
mid all oiliei
VI lOOTE'A
.pi') H 1 v Strei t
o
> Iroiu'leawnil
V--et .MaStcd
J
WE would dorm all who appreciate a Uood Smoke that we now
have on .nd an extensive Stock of IIA VAN A CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to b*" made ol the finest Havana and Sumntrr
\Viappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on oui premises by skilled work nen
and ure;.t pains are taken to produce an aitulr ol -up' -nor <|n dity.
I'h/ succes* we have met with in the past bad- : nnfidentl) Inexpert
the oationage of connoiseurs.
J. L. Al NDERS \ Co.
Ba\ Street,
STANDARD Oil. CO'S
Gasoline
Drums 11" Gallons.
Delivered Wharf .1. I'. Sands
on an ival -t ranees I'.."
Only Five Drums eac'-. week.
Now is the time to Buy T l-T^f 1UI "*' ,?'
Aunt Hannahs t Reasonable Piices viz
DEATH DROPS IV iw
|,e most hltririive package ol Cdilo,,,,., (,i ,
Uu. Killei in th.......Id. Gu.i- KmgAlples.
iWee.l to doit woik quicker than .... c \tvi'!rr>c c rr
I ..nv other. Do. lain or .ru JA\ I, SAWDERS. &. CO
am Mm THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT
Put up in rombinati. nspout 1 ms. makes powerful the name
22cts.
Cash on I >elivei \.
('. C. S VUNDERS.
Septembei 1 |, 1
ANOIHEK SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Just Received;
WILLIVU?.
HIE R||()f \l \\
11 is jii-' add*l to id- dre idy
lai ire KUppI) i" the 1 me.
I ngli-li and Ame-
rican I ruaks. I'.ml-
I1-I1 and Alliei it an
Dress "*uil Cnses
,-onn- of which are
made of conipre'-s-
fibre l
Kit Bags, Satchels, Attach ,
and "-oiled I.men Bags at
Pi ii ea more interesting ibon
ever,
I'.isi.ii 01, tlie e*e ol
travel ling will do
well to visit 1 Ins D--
p.ntment and make
a selection now,
wii.i.i \\i--
WHOLESALE v\i> RETAIL
DEPARTMENT.
277. 270 lley-stieet,
I
\l\'i IIANNVS
Roncl'i Powder
I h m *t all
packaue n I........-
ket. Pul up hi ; f'e'M
spi inkier-top 1 !< n
\ I I ' H I >
1.
IK RSf I OR SALE
\' GikmI condition
\pply,
STANDARD ENGINE.
II. 1 RL'SSKI I-.
' I lie Sli.iiniock"
I *.. v Street t'ity.
1.1.1-1 I i |l II',.
II Ol'SI\*, Ku>ines PI ices and
J and Churhei, wired, Cmi-
ik la ken foi au> I irge lajibling,
Electric MiiIims, I".111-, \l i'.ii'oi-.,
lions, p| 1 .. rep ired.
Skillful Vlltim little and Mol'H
Engine repaii inu
\ Chauffeur d required I \ any
one.
Mechanical Pipe Fitting, etc.
Ml win k satisfactorily done in
a manner to . 111 ibe m *t pi it ic I.
Address 13. H. I. MASON,
P. O. I km |.
or 'Triliune' ( >ffice.
Lloyd's Kegister shows this
the power of the majority.
UacM i>f tlic Stand
guarantee m the Stan-
dard Motor Construc-
tion Co ,171 pine St.,
Jersey City, N. J.
CHAo. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, \. P.
A gen I f'>r the Bahamas.
Notice.
'~i %lll"i is 10 1,-ii.....1 the Public
1 of the Old Stand (N. S. Elliot's
Jomer Shop) Easl Buy ?ftieet,
winch is now under the Manage-
ment of
JAMES A. EVANS
1 ONTRACTOR AND JOINER
Iluid made Coffins of every des.
cription. I am pn pared to iv
you excellent woik. Mest of refer
ences, |',,r laming etc., see us. Wl
guarantee to satisfy you and afi
confident that we can suit you.
W. \. M MMKR
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and th- Public that he has
jusi received n complete outfit nl
i 1 ities for 1 lie business ol an un-
dertaker, which places bun it 1
position to carry out Funerals llial
may be entrusted to Ins care with
system and despatch ; and raspfft
fully solicits their putronag 0*1
my Prices first ind prove thai they
are the very lowest for fust 1
work.
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