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T r H E r R 1 B l) NE Zbc tribune Saturday, October 23, I'M. I well known | pi nt si of II, ul lera What arc t! for p 1 he outlook is very ing for the next exit! ty expei t f.oud .ili .nt | ' Well the land has I i n ked id the point of exhaus % %  and must have fertiliz and tins the small grov an rd in buy, as the j : i him tii undei til." Is i pre no I think if th nment won: 1 i illy aid th >. sm ill ] uld stimuli the in I W h.it abou labourei i leavin o i_\ ? "l do n il hi i • li.iiin th living wage here; but if I ba Do you think th< % %  future foi the indus i "I thin so, i HI ol an tariff will n • ;impi liroper'uw off. rl •i will go far to nit, larger cr I i :il< the prel rthel ''I BtUHll | ,iv no great Im than oui fruit." I! It duction of our I "Certainly" And in if that yo-i s ill think the prosp< i du unisiii "Ye we mnsl i prii %  I i ipinuins of ru industry tlirivin a i ^ ton.'Spu'g fitter has now s •. • i \ %  which he I he Cn Cay repoi : that the Wre< steamer "Ki li< i call. .1 at that place on the alst. inst from Kingston Jamaica cn route to Matanilla Reef where sinhad ved information that the S. S. "Mo was on shore and took i men. floated the "Relief will come to Nassau ; if her not required she return to Jamai onf where she will land 7 It irumou the "Re lief" was in t I ''.'. E on Wedn Mr. A. S I Luke, Ga tier, arrived from Long Cay, per Schr. • %  | >j -ilia" %  n I hufsday morn %  u MII i | m< n from I idos re ruiti d for The I' Po lice. We learn that the Motor "hi.: I has be in lei lined i the I'. S. ajitl to be fumigated a I %  .ill probablv leave :for Nassau to arrive t n or row i Mails11 b ed pal linmi E i. %  | • i i lay k a. m. Post o Mondaj < k:t. 27th 191 -. -i \ ol mail exp cte I t" tqmorn lipped |) •!" "Se<; noun I for New Ym 1 Ocl 2. I I I) I'' %  Iv' in isai, barrel i and lip-. inn'. bar n 131 box I 11 %  i I . I I res old met il, 1 old rubber, 2 packig..*j ().:'. j h 1 ,1 I ,1 \. P. Edit I'nh ne, I >,n >i: Km lly publi* 1 the ngftir HI il 15 I'I 1 nil 1 • it are migrating nd I lilding up n • try w mid be b 11111 i into in : iv n I mies th I tll.nr native h Chii %  "•" w t 0 1,1 1 ;', 11 I I ma with an area of moc than one hun dred thousand square mill 9 and a popu ation ol three hundred aid fifty thousand ave aging 3.5 person pei square mile. < )nly the outer fringe of this vast territory is inhabited and that by asp irse population who have not vet tou h I it untold '11 mi who annlally go to Jamjjpa would if fin IM other reason than the ake of a pay isit I itiful islands if tl any communication 1 and Kinginter land with its untold stMI. Wj know there is a hne lineral resoun "f| •teatmhips, that runs between Its alluvial soil which has not Kingstnian G vn, the soon led to 1 tal 1 f i'i iti >h < iuiana and yet resp >nded to the pi u the han 1 with th ( ladian Vme of producing an all j rop. '! ropical | Bee, rice, 1 ubl er, si ia tn pot thrive abundantly. Those \\ ho 1 HI 1 al turn of iiiin can thejha : attention tO t'l I' 'ld industry winch 1 • %  in that Col ecom 11 n 1 b n Hi Bi amian ami n in tins line of life I abundant o| %  earn. 1 11 British G 1'jintdfi Bai ido and sun inds w %  ful. loli-. it is chase for tittle 01 n 'thing a full rigged schi K mer in tl ese parl '. lay • n %  number of pi) ing betw I is sign of .1 slumpen tra > 1'' ul W 1111 • i 1 en haul d up and I dim es from disuse, w luld be all carrying freight and ml. Of I 1 .ii' oni i< i ing on the nearn %  ->-> "f Miami an 1 the .: %  %  it di it 1111 e ieen h re and British G ana togi tin i with tl %  to be met with mi I to Id j st link u up with the %  utli Anna can Contin ul lucationis 1 cardttent that illn 'ii existant. This em f co im 1 to %  I into I : : nolerstition and all other -uch for 11 n \ tion whether it in thi pq i d or -. >riallnstitut s B ; \ 1 can vul-.iiisn it has retaihe I its is of mental practi ally unknown trikin the %  in-lit. In 1 iovernm the i| man lo man. M British Guiana the cut ha diral I e| trtment "Carti Blanc" m all ma and applaudei %  hy as 1 had from t 1 "notherland 14 1 1 1 if 11 I n rela here raenl 1 md it ions id'\ .1 e foi some an net) but ihr iu 1 a th r mgh\\ -,'.' '. 1 I Med I So t and the }i ipp %  veil . I; 1 1 doi --. Land him h bi n the %  oi liin ful sourci "I emi %  n .is gratio 1. Stai 1 % %  ntd : nn; int plai the sa -I i rope into facilities within I united people as the English G ver.i and Cannd4 South Amei ; i uatl fair to be the happy hunt-. Cana h ni an I Vustralian Emirid I II | e >ples who gration i. e. making Nassau a desire e-lbovfl i a nd a pi poif of call i Canada in the >>un foi themselves and and South Am i children. British Guiana with rai i nn irite i its wi tnd mineri i n sour* with the | us rich alluvial 1 soil, its viring man and farmer ? its, its \ aluable w o II the means of its i im rable flora and faudepriving us of a great man) na, must be I efore Hi* from com u attention of the immigration nication with the sister island, agents. The government is conf. r which the annual crop of templating the c tension of its tourists does not compensate, railroad into Brazilian territory It is not at all unlikely that an I tin: only question which tic hundreds of English visitors presents itself as a problem ii



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T T HE I k I Illi N R whether or not Chinese laboui shoulu I" I rought in. In vi< • i i.in,i :i r,iemplvy its hi oil flow tO III. Mill therefore of 1 i cl ising dbwn of the Panama Canal and tfy large number of laborers whii h must be unemployed the Bahamas go\ lould en. i in rgy in dir< cting th of its people not where only evil i uli ar the I, consequence but to this p irtion of o pire when our pi i,1.1, would not I I to ledge their nati nali • • and to give up th iood, but would I"only '' msl rring to I "II surroundings and at tlic time consen • to the I country whose future pa iibili ii, eal 1 are III: IDWNT. ire a Kl IF I IANS VS. (i nnduct : strata i i %  I e 1 .ditoi of the Tri mne Sir. lam th rl y nfboth win' oloi .ml I ,iin nod ted becai i i %  l ins" ified, am tlifl | i 5 to |\ indifl i if to u irdism always] in I I well atled u is tin' t th] • would b much ni"i'' n\ pn jitti d and %  i that is of so rank a groWth v out. I know of several lovers of music win i i ten ded th< but whose of musie was not propl igainst lir |ici| %  !. ni "ii'i.i ;i ui dei em y, and tli" utl an ol any thing appn i icmeut. It jea stai tliiifz p <>ol of the inci in.' iii i if 'inr youth when those of them who would a to be insulted if you did nol I%  them with gentlemen rang i themselves with the sans f tl and sub urbs. I have lived in London, Paris, and New York, and I never saw the wit nf r its .if Rotherhithe, tni > t lie Moulin ROHR or the hoodlum. ol Hester Street obtruding their noxious prei ance o here ri spectnbility assi mbled. t )i course o i the ot i asion of great public demonstrations, their presence is inevitable when ever large crowd a in' li I but they are pr imptly an i rttly h< Id in check by tie arm of the omnipresent poiice, but the police of the Bahamas se< m to be held in utter contempt by tin ruffians who infest and lurk in evi "I corner ol %  ts i if X.'r sau, Why cannot the) be i no prophi i tn foretell that if th St re. i Arabs of all I nol made to understand that howthi v may behave in tl own haunts, they must behave w hen they come in the prea of their superiors, t le fiend Con:i ri -. ill en long | ass into livion, The j % %  r\ etrators • f the dastardly outragi referred to ai ccurrii %  a I IU evi ning last, should be a punish1 am afraid that those who are the i| tms unbridb d Iii in future i l l administer jus'd the ol .rather than law. I know that among th who hit, t 1 ird. COSM IPOL1TE. -' \i',i I i iRAMS Mexico City, a >,. Sir Lio uej C m, '" British Minister s.ud to day that he had made no reprea rrtation .to • ern ment regarding the advisability nf intervention by the fjn n the affairs of Mexico, but intimated that he 1 to such action, her had he addre sed the Mexi a ment n garding i status ofBritish subjects in Xorreon, sini e he had not i officially advised that t tained. I |e refused to mal i any ment on the coin ,f bis |.K gen line his I redentials to Pr< sidenl l luerta simultaneous |y M ith the dissolution i>f con gress, ne i I SB) ing that he had i ,II i i '. 1 otil the "i.l, is he had re eived Sir Lionel made it plain that he did not consider it right for foreigners to constitute them coimnitti e ol inv< 11 iga tion into the internal affairs of Mexico. lie also expressed his belief that ciieat Britain (did nol inti nd to w ithdraw its recognition of Huerta. Berlin, 33.—It is announced today that a marriage has b,,.,, arranged between Germany's wealthiest heiress, Frauleiu Mane Annie Von hriedlan buhl, and the lb>n. |..hn Mil ford, son of Lord Kedesdale of England. Saotd 1 Domingo, 83. T .it Puerta Plata today finall) I to 1 ept the conditions of the tn atj ( 1 p hostilitii therefore ceas ed. i 1 river, J3. I'tween 230 and a8o miners were entombed byan explosion in a mine at Dawson New Mexico at three o'clock tie"afternoon. • Mea advii i 1 ved up to 9:45 to night were that only five miners tw i n taken alive from the I' vi 1. Washington, 33.—That the lib %  mans servitude bill the senate would re p. ii or annul many treal with oreign governments in a way tii.it is almost an insult to .-. todaj was rsator Burton in the s ite. I made after foieign pro nsi the bill had been conred earlier in the day le. ommitb e on foreign relations. 1 Jreat Britain, < iermany, France and B >lgium have made ri %  ttions urging that the Oni • r* a to act up on anj 1 I shipping regu latii fet) at sea require nts until afti t the interna nferj at mber tath. STANDARD OIL CO'S Gasoline Drums no Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. P. Sand on arrival "Frances !".." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. ( %  ALL. Cash on Delivei y. C. C. SAUNDERS, September 23, 1913, Wash in ;ton, 23. Prim e Al of ico, the only ruling ., 1. :i to visit the United States, today 1 for New 1 ,t leg of Ins ] mr igh this country. ELECTRICITY. 1 1 OUSE S, Business Plices and I nd Chun hi 1 w ii'-il. I 1 riis taken foi any large buildiog. 1 trie Motors, Fans, Magnetos, Irons, etc., rep lired. Skillful Automobile and Motor pairing. \ i ii mil' ur il required 1 y any one. haotcal Pipe Fitting, etc. All work satisfactorily done in B mannei to suit the most critical, Address B. H. f. MASON, P. O. Box 64. or 'Tribune' Office. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Just Received 1 W ILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN lias just added to his already large supply in the line, English and American rrunks. English and American • I), e ss Suit I ases (some of which are made of compressfibre.) Kit Bags, Satchels, Attaches, and Soiled Linen Bag! at ; iore interesting than ever. Persons on the eve of travelling will do well to visit tins Department and make lection now. WILLIAM-' WHOLESALE VND RETAIL DEPARTMENT. %  277. 79 Bay-street, NOTICE H A Y I \" l i been appointed \(,i:\l foi MAPESPINE. APPLE 1 ERTILIZER in the Bahamas I am able to supply CUStomi is with same at iniiinfaeluin pi n e which is A 44 per ton of 8 barrels or $5.50. pi 1 barrel of lbs. F. I'. B. New York. This Fertilizer can also he obtained through any commission House in New York, or direct from Manufacturers si the same price. I shall be glad to take any one desiiious of seeing the results ob. : lined from the use ol this Fertiliser to my cultivations m Nassau winch must ronvune anyone that Mupes Fertiliser is tin kind best 1 to our soil for the niowinjj of pineapi WALTER K. MOORE, Fresh Just Arrived O NION SEE.DS from Teneriffr and all other V*eg< table Seed ;AT TOOTE'S. 499 Bay Street,



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I I H It I R I C U b>tt -J %  ome respect for mejeft. |ust tell me you don't beleiv-e nil that-says (.'"I hlcss V.II. darling and Kiveyouallihi pluck thai you u need. I rannoi write any '"m T r broken-hearted Bim. [Defendant's full name is WH ham Mmghnm Compton.] Sir Edward Carson added:—The action -a as subsequently brought I myself have stronglvadvised that, 'I possible, the case shall not he "'it. f believe it is in the <>f all parties, and lli.it it is the wisest course. The Marquis of Northampton has consented to make pn vision foi this lady. She would have been entitled 'to the I ith a i f marchioness sflei mai nage to him, and, <,f curs', she had considerable disapp >int. ment and grief, together with a great break in her own |ffc. He has cor sen ted to settle up n hi i the sum of £50,000 and pay an in. deminlv foi all costs. Su Edward concluded by laying that he wasbappy at tins lerrnina.! I added that they h d nothing to say against the Mar. I quis. (To be cnnclnded.) Maiden Tri]) New Three Masted Schooner CORINTHIA W ILL leave Nassau for Jack•onville, Fla about the loth November. If sufficient ducemeot offers will touch Mi imi on the way up, Foi Freight or P Applv lo T. (,. )i iHNSON, ( >t. 18, 1913 A-nt. X ASS.\1 : Bargain House Are Re iving by ii-d iy' l in er A largi l„. BLANKETS, BLANKE I -. A GRE \ l B irg mi Lot of Ml w ol In at 8s., io< ; p^" '•''-'• eie l ,1 a much great bargainHI the p r j, 1 I %  II inp Corsets, direct from an English in inuf I 1 2S til 6s. ;i pair, I I HSe Ladies' and Me I'S Straw Hats. < A Un..,. rissimt. Ladies' Winter Coat'i in) to*, to £ \ 1 A B irgafn m Ladies' Black I lot I" be told nt 1 1 pair, Anoth 11 I. urge JubLpt'ol Ladiee extra 6 ilily. White Shirt Waists at |-. to 6s, e ich, tin se irth much IIIIIII'. B n;.i ins in Lai li Wlme H 1100 Is 111 M nquisi if, Voile, Madias, Suitl iif-s, j.;i Will & Al ul in o yds. Prim alto Cottons, I 'eic lies, ( reti >nn< etc. Mosquito Nets at onlj 3 G per i piecr of about i<> yardsi A. I M M IRF P "A Good tt This excellent wish ma which affords an ideal fcod: paired digestion. Pre] 1 ri b l two vital food elements •. Unit in a Minnie— Add boiling water only. Tlie 'AUaaboryt' DIET n • Food lor Adulu mid 11 .,, f r .. m ha woll-known Alia bury*' Foodi foe lofvnu. Allen 8 Hanburys Ltd. LONDON. ENGLAND, wi I r. %  ( % % %  f t 1 t 99p' FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra I .,1 a ass >itinenl of Hi ,,h I n 1 id n direct fiom the Fictoij >m i, ,-, Rainb iw M \ l Our Drtl DIXII I Out Hobby and 25 : PI 11 • Mixed Cakes a 1 i2ct* pei Hi MIXMI lies at 1 Ih Also in %  W I "'hi norm ail who appn that < h iVf on !; ,nd an extensive Stock of II \\ \\ \ 1. |( ] ^RS. LMI II I \\ I l|ipi IS. ;,,, l>P lllfll I lav ma l-'illi 1 I t I•.IllleM houi n1I \v We >iun atr;' nal Candies at 18. is .... 11, \ s n, followine Ca I : re l P r T' MM ** us. R ; ,, q,.Ml.i, ed in ou ilitv. East Bav \i roori-: SM NOI RS X Co. Shin***]** P'I*IFRL'II 1 R PJVMI ^ %  -^ • I Bes1 Mo. 1 Hi .in ;in. Cvpress "' '•' Shin %  ,.., al .%  . ,..., •!,. '** '' •'%  1 / Shin fles al •• %  • | sand of 20 bundli I I l mill 11 |otS Of 1 A IT 0 bhingli i. Special Price also on rheapi 1 .also 51'n. Cypress at $6.72 p< r thousand of 20 bundles. Tins nine made p ssible by a vei y large purrhase. I' 1 1 k arriving evci \ week. C. C SAUNDERS. Nas HI, \. I'.. N pi. 36, 10 : F( >R K'l.x :. { j ( M SK mi bast Bay Strei t, at I 1 resi nt 11 rupied by l, I'. Sturrup It sq, \y issei 11 >n KIWI, 1st. kugust. .ppiy to, W \i. 1 |< 1-:. MOORE I 1 ill SALE I. ai rl I n| on VVesI St for particulars apply lo M I I i an o, Michael Ryan, 135 \V t. \e.\ Vork v'rlv. 1 lifol Ilia ( ,| 1 ,, I,i A1 I ^. I SACNDERS &. rn. f WORLD'S JUDGMENT in ikes powerful the name &TAMMRU ENGINE. II Lloyd's Uegisti i shows this, lie power of the majority. I'.'a k of the Stan guai the Stan%  >tor ( onst ruction Co., i; i Pint i.. Jersey City, N. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, V' an, X. I'. V • iii for the Bahamas, \. M\TII I MDF.RI \l. D T.slKI'Sto ,, ,„„, |,i s frimdi and 111 1 I'ublic ill .1 he lift* vedi ..f it IPS foi llie : > ,,f an mi. 1I1 u.il.rr, u lnrli p ices him in H 1 in to c %  rr\ ..in i,, limy be en led ,,,. ,,, system in | fully .In i! 1 h 11 |, (run 1 1 iel OM I' • pi ive ih 11 Ihey are the verj lo vi it fo :u-.| las, work. XOII. 1;. r l IIS is t<> inform IIV r itroiu and the Public in ( ieill id thai I hawopened my Public Black S mill Shop; and' am no.v M.ay t.. do anythina in the line ol ieneial repair 01 new woi I l lorse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. I'. A. rlnyler, Bay Strei I I ...si (Wharf;



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(Jfl o IS) o GO < | & s o Nulliua addimu jurare In verba matfistrl. Being bour.d 10 awear to the Dogma. .( no Master VOL. X. %  vsaau. N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday. October 25. 191* No. 2, 0! I i PlOPRItTOI M I I i:i i M mdi ami! •' %  Ao ithh ) • i i. r>i HLMIKIi DAILY. •"in! Friday — ... n Saturday— i.l ... H j.l ..tt.4d JS. ... .'i\ IIWAN'CR. \ %  • .ii ... f..i • %  I i tdverti I %  ieht in,,l-.TS-IVN" BIPLANE LARGEST EVER JMADE An aei la; .; % %  ••rful that the fir I ceo i,i t of its size and p**i forma nee I • -. i rts has he'n in k'nji of ri'in; able ili ;• • trinity of St. Petersl I the mn r. This enorm in hinc is all) "lane of liar type, and its upper ;ii much I : • %  than the hi Sine lias a spHU of ft and : "f I. j ft. u hilr the tot il weight of the plane is f> boo lb. It is rap ible of cam i|g, besides its crew and to [i i-iii enough for a Hi ;hi of 2 i hours, and an additional land nf 1,760 lb. Four 10 '-lip. motirs ss Inch h 'we four elli fii 1 1 :1 h the • olive of the tractot t\| e, pla I two n side of th raiiin ai d suppo on the lower plane. |< rum I November Ropular Mecliani Magazine. ,000 DXMAGES Lord Northampton's Breach Of Promise, Actress's Romance. Pather's Prohibition Of • lie Marriage, 111'* Court presided over l>y Mr. Justice Bucknill in the Kin %  ci iw le I lerd iv, w hen the case in which *) \niii %  Most, a W'dl %  AH profe known as Mi--. I) |jy M.irklmn,o• I the \l inputs 11I \ .nil unpi r li ni pnMUMnf in irri 1 ge, '• I'M.' mi f,,r he 11 Bi 1 h I his fathe in the pei %  %  .,-., the M 11 ] 11v ; %  ; ,-i nmpthn. 1 le ham w iv born in 1 6, n 1 in ule her first a pp. • 1 it M 1 • I . II, v V l.y -ho Had I in London, lust before i Lord N01 ih mipt %  MI took a si ,t it the solicit irs' 1 ihle next to Sii < i. Lev hi .] adviser. Mis M 11 kliam, who 1 !%  • • 1 he solicitor*' %  < Ii iv is dressed in hi ick, and he' Ii it was of black plush trimmed w ith chiff >n. Afl ''• %  instillation lie* en C'Mins. \,-,r I 1 .1 K, who -*[(>MI, 1 f.j[ ih,. plaintiff, s 1 n 11 h ive to open tin' ras %  in detail The HI tion w is Eh I h) .the 1 a hn nl promise of m irri •_•' %  .: linst the %  who ion i't the 1 i'uih;,,.,,! .is made, and wns now the \|.n of Not t 1 parlie* mel last year, I 1 %  „ a promise o| rstood w is not kit, %  11 tit .1 -u si qu*nl si "f th" iin.'-. I think OP III' 1 desire ol his fatlu 1," rounsi ad. ''broke nf] tha eng .^1 nt^ni, !• is ""t %  • \ that I should weary youi lordsh ,1, 01 inybody else, noi tvouid it tin I :<> no into it. I lr and that he was Fond ol the lady and that Inin every v e I her, is a matter that 1* apparent 1 \ a lettei that he wrote in con. ii' rtion with the hreakii a off of 1 agement. My frien i. Mr. Duke, ho npp >ars Iw the Marquis, the h 1consented, sn that there shall be mi misunderstandings about this, that I sliail read the letter." THE MARQUIS'S LETTER. Counseljthen read (he following letter from Lord Northampton to Miss Markham:— 1 %  1 astle \shby, Northampton Mj I must 1 ist write you a line as I am so wretch* i miserable, I want to assure you th it I am trying to do the %  thing, and, th ugb y >u will perhaps h id it difficult now, I am going to ask you to belit w me that I always h ive, an I do at the present moment, love and n you mom 1I1 n aoyone in tins world, and thai y soluti ly my ideal of perfect woman ho 1. But Daisy, the ways of the world are hard, and I want you to believe Ih it what I am now doing I ''ii doing from a %  : duty, minely be'ieviii j it 10 he best ; 11 both of us. I' irling, I have known it all "long. I have tri*d to smother my reusoa, 10 stifle nw Hmu l" : '• 1 .1 Ul when my father talked to me on Friday be only (a ed me with the s ime thou as I told you of when fk-t l and win, Ii I have 1 vi r since been trying to su| p --. 1) iisy, y iu d n't know I, ,-\ %  ,. .,• g called ladies would treat you, and I v could not bear to see von <" %  -: it. and with youi -' %  %  ''t, live nature it would be torture to J I Oh. if only I could escape from mj position I) iisy I w.mt to ask nesss, foi the wasin h I ii ive done it. I tm so distracted I" twi en n\ felings for y >u ind my convictions of what is re illy best th it I am ad nd I wav ered in a n iy th n was most un f nr to you. I mast also npolu fo the hurried scrawl that I sent you tins morning It seems 11 ag.i. I mi quite a id, 1 1 lisv. 1 1 0 tl it I have nothing left to live for. ling th it note was killing the last hopof my heart andcon>.: my reason. I did it in a hurry foi rear of changing my mind. I idiog it, that I h id -1 .1 something of extremely bad t iste ind brutally • to D I lid not nl. W '. larling, I leally Ii ive no! ig lefi to say. You were a I "as. ay id.'al, ana sou svill alss isl>e my beaut 1 fni dream. Daisy 1 'to me one line when you f< I ii" lini d to tell me (you has• (Continued on fourth p i. Jk


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side of th raiiin ai d suppo
on the lower plane. |< rum I
November Ropular Mecliani
Magazine.
,000 DXMAGES
Lord Northampton's Breach
Of Promise,
Actress's Romance.
Pather's Prohibition Of
lie Marriage,
111'* Court presided over l>y Mr.
Justice Bucknill in the Kin
ci iw le I
lerd iv, w hen the case in which
*) \niii Most, a W'dl
ah profe
known as Mi--. I) |jy M.irklmn,o-
I the \l inputs 11I \ .nil unpi
r li ni pnMUM- nf in irri 1 ge,
' I'M.' mi f,,r he 11
Bi 1..... h I his fathe
in the pei .,-., the
M 11 ] 11- v ;; ,-i nmpthn. 1 le
ham
w iv born in 1 6, n 1 in ule her
first a pp. 1
. it M 1 I ii,
" v' V l.y -ho
Had I
in London,
lust before
i Lord N01 ih mipt mi took a si ,t it
the solicit irs' 1 ihle next to Sii < i.
Lev hi .] adviser. Mis
M 11 kliam, who 1 !-. 1 he
solicitor*' '< Ii iv is dressed in
hi ick, and he' Ii it was of black
plush trimmed w ith chiff >n.
Afl ''instillation lie*
en C'Mins. \,-,r I 1 .1
K, who -*[(>- mi,1 f.j[ ih,. plain-
tiff, s 1 n 11 h ive to open
tin' ras in detail The hi tion w is
Eh I h) .the 1 a hn
nl promise of m irri _' .: linst the
. who
ion i't the 1 i'u- ih- ;,,.,,!
.is made, and wns now the \|.n
of Not t 1 par-
lie* mel last year, I 1
a promise o|
rstood w is not kit,
11 tit .1 -u si qu*nl si
"f th" iin.'-. I think OP III'1
desire ol his fatlu 1," rounsi ad.
''broke nf] tha eng .^1 nt^ni, ! is
""t \ that I should weary
youi lordsh ,1, 01 inybody else, noi
tvouid it tin I :<> no into
it. I lr .
and that he was Fond ol the lady
and that In- in every v
e I her, is a matter that 1* apparent
1 \ a lettei that he wrote in con.
ii' rtion with the hreakii a off of
1 agement. My frien i. Mr. Duke,
ho npp >ars Iw the Marquis, the
h 1- consented, sn that there shall
be mi misunderstandings about
this, that I sliail read the letter."
THE MARQUIS'S LETTER.
Counseljthen read (he following
letter from Lord Northampton to
Miss Markham:

1
1 astle \shby, Northampton
Mj I must 1 ist
write you a line as I am so wretch*
i miserable, I want to assure
you th it I am trying to do the
thing, and, th ugb y >u will
perhaps h id it difficult now, I am
going to ask you to belit w me
that I always h ive, an I do at the
present moment, love and n -
you mom 1I1 n aoyone in tins
world, and thai y soluti ly
my ideal of perfect woman ho 1.
But Daisy, the ways of the
world are hard, and I want you to
believe Ih it what I am now doing
I ''ii doing from a : duty,
minely be'ieviii j it 10 he best
; 11 both of us.
I' irling, I have known it all
"long. I have tri*d to smother
my reusoa, 10 stifle nw Hmu
l": ' 1 .1 Ul when my father
talked to me on Friday be only
(a ed me with the s ime thou
as I told you of when fk-t l
and win, Ii I have 1 vi r since
been trying to su| p --. 1) iisy,
y iu d n't know I, ,-\ ,. ., g call-
ed ladies would treat you, and I
v could not bear to see von
<"-: it. and with youi -''' ''t,
live nature it would be torture
to J I
Oh. if only I could escape from
mj position I) iisy I w.mt to ask
nesss, foi the was- in
h I ii ive done it. I tm so dis-
tracted I" twi en n\ f- elings for
y >u ind my convictions of what is
re illy best th it I am ad nd I wav
ered in a n iy th n was most un
f nr to you. I mast also npolu
fo the hurried scrawl that I sent
you tins morning It seems 11
ag.i. I mi quite a id, 11 lisv. 110
tl it I have nothing left to live for.
ling th it note was killing
the last hop- of my heart andcon-
>.: my reason. I did it in a
hurry foi rear of changing my
mind. I idiog it,
that I h id -1 .1 something of ex-
tremely bad t iste ind brutally
to D I lid not
. nl.
W '. larling, I leally Ii ive
no! ig lefi to say. You were a I
"as. ay id.'al, ana sou svill al-
ss is- l>e my beaut 1 fni dream. Daisy
1 'to me one line when you
f< I ii" lini d to tell me (you has-
(Continued on fourth p i.
Jk


T
r H E r R 1 B l) NE
Zbc tribune
Saturday, October 23, I'M.
I well known |
pi nt si of II, ul lera
What arc t! for
p
1 he outlook is very
ing for the next
ex-
it! ty expei t f.oud
! .ili .nt | '
' Well the land has I i n
ked id the point of exhaus
' and must have fertiliz
and tins the small grov an
rd in buy, as the j
: i
him tii undei
til."
Is i pre no
I think if th nment
won:
1 i illy aid th >. sm ill ]
uld stimuli
" the in I .
W h.it abou
labourei i leavin
o i_\ ?
"l do n il hi i
li.iiin th
living wage here; but if I
.
ba '
Do you think th<
future foi the indus i
"I thin so, i hi ol
an tariff will .
n ;impi
liroper'uw off. rl
i will go far to
nit, larger cr
I' i :il< the
prel rthel
''I BtUHll | ,iv no
* great Im than oui
fruit."
I! It
duction of our I
"Certainly"
And in if that yo-i s ill
think the prosp< i ,
du unisiii
"Ye we mnsl i
prii
I i ipinuins of ru
-
industry tlirivin a i
^ ton.'Spu'g
fitter has now s . i \ .
which he
I he Cn
Cay repoi:- that the Wre<
steamer "Ki li< i call. .1 at that
place on the alst. inst from
Kingston Jamaica cn route to
Matanilla Reef where sin- had
ved information that the S.
S. "Mo was on shore
and took i men.
floated the "Re-
lief will come to Nassau ; if her
not required she
. return to Jamai onf
, where she will land
7
It i- rumou the "Re
lief" was in t I ''.'. E
on Wedn
Mr. A. S I Luke, Ga tier, ar-
rived from Long Cay, per Schr.
| >j -ilia" n I hufsday morn
u mIi i | m< n from I idos
re ruiti d for The I' Po
lice.
We learn that the Motor
"hi.: I has be in lei lined
i the I'. S. ajitl
to be fumigated a I
.ill probablv leave :-
for Nassau to arrive t n or row
i Mails11bed pal
linmi E
i. | i i lay
k a. m.
Post o
Mondaj < k:t. 27th 191
-. -i \ ol mail exp cte I t"
tqmorn
. lipped |) !" "Se<;
noun I for New Ym 1 Ocl
! 2.
I I I) I'' -
Iv'
in
isai,
barrel i and lip-.
inn-
'. bar n
, 131 box
.
I 11 i I
. I I
res old met il, 1
old rubber, 2 packig..*j
().:'. j h 1 ,1 I
,1 \. P.
Edit I'nh ne,
I >,- n >i: Km lly publi* 1 the
ngftir hi
il 15 i'i 1 nil 1
it are migrating
nd I lilding up n
try w mid be b
11111 i into in : iv n
I mies th
I tll.nr native h -
Chii "" w
t0 1,1 1 ;', 1- 1 I I ma with
an area of moc' than one hun
dred thousand square mill 9 and
a popu ation ol three hundred
aid fifty thousand ave aging
3.5 person pei square mile.
< )nly the outer fringe of this
vast territory is inhabited and
that by asp irse population who
have not vet tou h I it
untold
'11
mi
who annlally go to Jamjjpa
would if fin im other reason
than the ake of a pay
isit I itiful islands
if tl any communica-
tion 1 and King-
inter land with its untold st-mi. Wj know there is a hne
lineral resoun "f| teatmhips, that runs between
Its alluvial soil which has not Kingstnian G vn, the
soon led to 1 tal 1 f i'i iti >h < iuiana and
yet resp >nded to the pi u
the han 1
with th ( ladian
Vme
of producing an all j
rop. '! ropical |
Bee, rice, 1 ubl er, si
ia tn
pot
thrive abundantly. Those \\ ho
1 hi 1 al turn of
iiiin can thejha
, : at-
tention tO t'l I' 'ld
industry winch 1
in that Col
ecom 11
! n 1 b
n Hi Bi amian ami
n in tins line of life I
abundant o|

earn. 1 11 British G
1'jintdfi Bai ido and
sun inds w

ful. loli-. it is
chase for tittle 01 n 'thing a full
rigged schi k mer in tl ese parl -
'. lay n number of
pi) ing betw I is
sign of .1 slumpen tra
> 1'' ul W 1111 i 1
en haul d up and I dim ,
es from disuse, w luld be all
carrying freight and
ml.
Of I 1 .ii' oni i<
i ing on the nearn ->-> "f
Miami an 1 the .: it di it 1111 e
ieen h re and British G
ana togi tin i with tl
to be met with mi I to
Id j st link u up with the
utli Anna can Contin ul
lucation-
is 1 card-
ttent that ill-
- n 'ii existant. This
em f co
im 1 to I into I
: : no-
lerstition and all other
-uch for
11 n
\
tion whether it
in thi pq i d or
-. >riallnstitut s B
; \ 1 can
vul-.iiisn it has retaihe I its
is of mental
practi ally unknown
trikin the

in-lit. In
1 iovernm
the
i| man lo
man.
M
British Guiana the
cut ha
diral I e| trtment "Carti Blanc"
m all ma
and
applaudei
hy
as 1
had from t1"- notherland
14 111. if 11 I n rela
here raenl
1 md it ions id'\
.1 e foi some
an net) but ihr iu 1 a th r mgh-
\\ -,'.' '. 1 I Med I So
t and the }i ipp . veil
. I; -
1 1 doi --.
Land him h bi n the
oi liin ful sourci "I emi
n .is gratio 1. Stai 1 ' ntd
: nn; int plai the sa -I i rope into
facilities within I united
people as the English G ver.i and Cannd4 South Amei
; i uatl fair to be the happy hunt-.
Cana h ni an I Vustralian Emi- rid I II | e >ples who
gration i. e. making Nassau a desire e-lbovfl i.....and a pi
poif of call i Canada in the >>un foi themselves and
and South Am i children. British Guiana with
rai i nn irite i its wi tnd mineri i n sour*
with the | us rich alluvial1 soil, its vir-
ing man and farmer ? its, its \ aluable w o -
ii the means of its i im rable flora and fau-
depriving us of a great man) na, must be I efore Hi*
from com u attention of the immigration
nication with the sister island, agents. The government is con-
f. r which the annual crop of templating the c tension of its
tourists does not compensate, railroad into Brazilian territory
It is not at all unlikely that an I tin: only question which
tic hundreds of English visitors presents itself as a problem ii


T
T HE I k I Illi N R
whether or not Chinese laboui
shoulu I" I rought in. In vi<
i i.in,i :i r,i-
emplvy its
hi oil flow
tO III.Mill
therefore of 1 i cl ising dbwn of
the Panama Canal and tfy large
number of laborers whii h must
be unemployed the Bahamas
go\ lould en.
i in rgy in dir< cting th
of its people not
where only evil i uli ar the
I, consequence but to this p irtion
of o pire when our
pi i,1.1, would not I I to
ledge their nati nali
and to give up th iood,
but would I"- only '' msl rring
to I "II
surroundings and at tlic
time consen to the I
country whose future pa iibili
ii, eal 1 are
III:
IDWNT.
ire a
Kl
IF I IANS VS. (i
nnduct
: strata
i i
I e 1 .ditoi of the Tri mne
Sir.
lam
th
rl y
nfboth win' oloi
.ml I ,iin nod
ted becai i '
i l
ins" ified, am tlifl | i
5 to
|\ indifl i if to '
u irdism always] in
I I well at-
led u is tin' t th] would
b much ni"i'' n\ pn jitti d and
i
that is of so rank a groWth v
out. I know of several
lovers of music win i i ten
ded th< but whose
of musie was not propl igainst
lir |ici|!. ni "ii'i.i ;i ui dei em y,
and tli" utl an ol any
thing appn i icmeut. It
jea stai tliiifz p <>ol of the inci
in.' iii i if 'inr youth
when those of them who would
a to be insulted if you did
nol I- - them with gentlemen
rang i themselves with the sans
f tl and sub
urbs.
I have lived in London, Paris,
and New York, and I never saw
the wit nf r its .if Rotherhithe,
tn- i > tlie Moulin
Rohr'. or the hoodlum.
ol Hester Street obtruding
their noxious prei ance o here
ri spectnbility assi mbled.
t )i course o i the ot i asion of
great public demonstrations,
their presence is inevitable when
ever large crowd a in' li I but
they are pr imptly an i rttly
h< Id in check by tie arm
of the omnipresent poiice, but
the police of the Bahamas se< m
to be held in utter contempt by
tin ruffians who infest and lurk
in evi "I corner ol
ts i if X.'r sau, Why cannot
the) be i no
prophi i tn foretell that if th
St re. i Arabs of all I nol
made to understand that how-
thi v may behave in tl
own haunts, they must behave
w hen they come in the prea
of their superiors, t le fiend Con-
:i ri -. ill en long | ass into
livion,
The j r\ etrators f the das-
tardly outragi referred to ai
ccurrii a I iu evi ning
last, should be a punish-
1 am
afraid that those who are the
. i| tms unbridb d Iii
in future ill administer jus-
'd the ol .rather than
law.
I know that among th
who
hit, t 1 ird.
COSM IPOL1TE.
-' \i',i I i iRAMS
.
Mexico City, a >,. Sir Lio
uej C m, '" British Minis-
ter s.ud to day that he had made
no reprea rrtation .to ern
ment regarding the advisability
nf intervention by the fjn
n the affairs of Mexico,
but intimated that he
1 to such action,
her had he addre sed the
Mexi a ment n garding
i status ofBritish subjects in
Xorreon, sini e he had not i
officially advised that t
tained.
I |e refused to mal i any
ment on the coin ,f bis
|.k gen line his I redentials to
Pr< sidenl l luerta simultaneous
|y m ith the dissolution i>f con -
gress, ne i I SB) ing that he had
i ,iiii'.1 otil the "i.l, is he had re
, eived
Sir Lionel made it plain that
he did not consider it right for
foreigners to constitute them
coimnitti e ol inv< 11 iga
tion into the internal affairs of
Mexico.
lie also expressed his belief
that ciieat Britain (did nol in-
ti nd to w ithdraw its recognition
of Huerta.
Berlin, 33.It is announced
today that a marriage has b,,.,,
arranged between Germany's
wealthiest heiress, Frauleiu
Mane Annie Von hriedlan
buhl, and the lb>n. |..hn Mil
ford, son of Lord Kedesdale of
England.
Saotd 1 Domingo, 83. T
.it Puerta Plata today fi-
nall) I to 1 ept the con-
ditions of the tn atj ( 1 p
hostilitii therefore ceas
ed.
i 1 river, J3. I'- tween 230
and a8o miners were entombed
byan explosion in a mine at
Dawson New Mexico at three
o'clock tie"- afternoon. Mea
advii i 1 ved up to 9:45 to
night were that only five miners
tw i n taken alive from the
I' vi 1.
Washington, 33.That the
, lib , mans servitude bill
' the senate would re
p. ii or annul many treal
with oreign governments in a
way tii.it is almost an insult to
.-. todaj was
rsator Burton in
the s ite.
I
made after foieign pro
nsi the bill had been con-
red earlier in the day le.
, ommitb e on foreign relations.
1 Jreat Britain, < iermany, France
and B >lgium have made ri
ttions urging that the Oni
r* a to act up
on anj 1 I shipping regu
latii fet) at sea require
nts until afti t the interna
nferj at
mber tath.
STANDARD OIL CO'S
Gasoline
Drums no Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. P. Sand
on arrival "Frances !".."
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
(ALL.
Cash on Delivei y.
C. C. SAUNDERS,
September 23, 1913,
Wash in ;ton, 23. Prim e Al
of ico, the only ruling
., 1. :i to visit the United
States, today 1 for New
1 ,t leg of Ins ] mr
igh this country.
ELECTRICITY.
11 OUSE S, Business Plices and
I nd Chun hi 1 w ii'-il. I 1 ri-
is taken foi any large buildiog.
1 trie Motors, Fans, Magnetos,
Irons, etc., rep lired.
Skillful Automobile and Motor
pairing.
\ i ii mil' ur il required 1 y any
one.
haotcal Pipe Fitting, etc.
All work satisfactorily done in
b mannei to suit the most critical,
Address B. H. f. MASON,
P. O. Box 64.
or 'Tribune' Office.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Just Received 1
WILLIAMS
THE SHOEMAN
lias just added to his already
large supply in the line,
English and Ame-
rican rrunks. Eng-
lish and American
I),ess Suit I ases
(some of which are
made of compress-
fibre.)
Kit Bags, Satchels, Attaches,
and Soiled Linen Bag! at
; iore interesting than
ever.
Persons on the eve of
travelling will do
well to visit tins De-
partment and make
lection now.
WILLIAM-'
WHOLESALE VND RETAIL
DEPARTMENT.
'277. 79 Bay-street,
NOTICE
HA Y I \" l i been appointed
\(,i:\l foi MAPESPINE.
APPLE 1 ERTILIZER in
the Bahamas I am able to supply
CUStomi is with same at iniiin-
faeluin pi n e which is A 44 per ton
of 8 barrels or $5.50. pi 1 barrel of
lbs. F. I'. B. New York.
' This Fertilizer can also he ob-
tained through any commission
House in New York, or direct from
Manufacturers si the same price.
I shall be glad to take any one
desiiious of seeing the results ob.
: lined from the use ol this Ferti-
liser to my cultivations m Nassau
winch must ronvune anyone that
Mupes Fertiliser is tin kind best
1 to our soil for the niowinjj
of pineapi
WALTER K. MOORE,
Fresh Just Arrived
ONION SEE.DS from Teneriffr
and all other V*eg< table Seed
;at toote'S.
499 Bay Street,


I
I H It I R I C U b>tt------
-J
ome respect for mejeft. |ust tell
me you don't beleiv-e nil that-says
. (.'"I hlcss v.ii. darling and
Kiveyouallihi pluck thai you
u'" need. I rannoi write any
'"m T r broken-hearted Bim.
[Defendant's full name is WH
ham Mmghnm Compton.]
Sir Edward Carson added:The
action -a as subsequently brought
I myself have stronglvadvised that,
'I possible, the case shall not he
!" "'it. f believe it is in the
<>f all parties, and lli.it it
is the wisest course. The Marquis
of Northampton has consented to
make pn vision foi this lady. She
would have been entitled 'to the
I ith a i f marchioness sflei mai
nage to him, and, <,f curs', she
had considerable disapp >int.
ment and grief, together with a
great break in her own |ffc. He
has cor sen ted to settle up n hi i
the sum of 50,000 and pay an in. '
deminlv foi all costs.
Su Edward concluded by laying
that he wasbappy at tins lerrnina.!
I added that they h d
nothing to say against the Mar. I
quis. .
(To be cnnclnded.)
Maiden Tri])
New Three Masted Schooner
CORINTHIA
WILL leave Nassau for Jack-
onville, Fla about the
loth November. If sufficient
ducemeot offers will touch
Mi imi on the way up,
Foi Freight or P
Applv lo
T. (,. )i iHNSON,
(>t. 18, 1913 A-nt.
X ASS.\1:
Bargain House
Are Re iving by ii-d iy' l in
er A largi l.
BLANKETS, BLANKE I -.
AGRE \ l B irg mi Lot of Ml
wol In at 8s., io<
;
p^" '''-' eie l......,1 a much
great bargain- hi the prj, .
1 I II inp Corsets, direct
from an English in inuf I 1
2S til 6s. ;i pair,
I I HSe Ladies' and Me i's Straw
Hats.
< A Un..,. rissimt. Ladies' Winter
Coat- 'i in) to*, to\ 1
A B irgafn m Ladies' Black I lot
I" be told nt 11. pair,
Anoth 11 I. urge JubLpt'ol Ladiee
extra 6 ilily. White Shirt
Waists at |-. to 6s, e ich, tin se
irth much iiiiiii'.
B n;.i ins in Lai li Wlme H
1100 Is 111 M nquisi if, Voile, Ma-
dias, Suitl iif-s, j.;i Will &
Al ul in o yds. Prim alto
Cottons, I 'eic lies, ( reti >nn< etc.
Mosquito Nets at onlj 3 G !. per i
piecr of about i<> yardsi
A. I M M IRF
P "A Good

tt


This excellent wish ma
which affords an ideal fcod:
paired digestion. Pre] 1 ri b l
two vital food elements .

Unit in a Minnie
Add boiling water only.
Tlie 'AUaaboryt' DIET n Food lor
Adulu mid 11 .,, fr..m ,ha
woll-known Alia bury*' Foodi foe
lofvnu.
Allen 8 Hanburys Ltd.
LONDON. ENGLAND,
wi
I
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r. '
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f t

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FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra I .,1 a ass >itinenl of
Hi ,,h I n 1 idn -
direct fiom the Fictoij >m i, ,-,
Rainb iw M \ l
Our Drtl
Dixii I'
Out Hobby and 25 : pi 11
Mixed Cakes a 1 i2ct* pei Hi MixmI
lies at 1 Ih Also in
W
I "'hi norm ail who appn that <
h iVf on !; ,nd an extensive Stock of II \\ \\ \ 1. |( ] ^RS.
LMI II I
\\ I l|ipi IS. ;,,,
l>P lllfll
I lav ma l-'illi 1
I t I.- IllleM
houi
n1I \v
We
>iun atr;'
n-
al
Candies at 18. is .... 11, \ s n, ,
followine Ca I : re .....l" PrT' MM **.....
us. R ; ,, q,.Ml.i,
ed in ou ilitv.
East Bav
\i roori-:
SM NOI RS X Co.
Shin***]** P'i*ifrl'ii 1 r pjvmi
^-^ I .
Bes1 Mo. 1 Hi .in ;in. Cvpress "' ''
' Shin !,.., al .- . ,..., !,. '** '' '-
1 /
Shin fles al |
sand of 20 bundli
I I l mill 11 |otS Of 1 A IT
0 bhingli i.
Special Price
also on rheapi 1 .also
51'n. Cypress at $6.72 p< r
thousand of 20 bundles. Tins
nine made p ssible by a vei y
large purrhase.
I' 1 1 k arriving evci \
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
Nas hi, \. I'..
N pi. 36, 10 :
F( >R K'l.x :.
{j ( M SK mi bast Bay Strei t, at
I 1 resi nt 11 rupied by l, I'.
Sturrup It sq, \y issei 11 >n kiwi, 1st.
kugust.
.ppiy to,
W \i. 1 |< 1-:. MOORE
I 1 ill SALE
I. ai rl I n| on VVesI St
. for particulars apply lo M
I I i an o, Michael Ryan, 135 \V
t. \e.\ Vork v'rlv.
1 lifol Ilia ( ,| 1 ,, .
I,i A1
I ^. I SACNDERS &.
rn.
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WORLD'S JUDGMENT
in ikes powerful the name
&TAMMRU ENGINE.
II
Lloyd's Uegisti i shows this,
lie power of the majority.
I'.'a k of the Stan
guai the Stan-
>tor ('onst ruc-
tion Co., i; i Pint i..
Jersey City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
V' an, X. I'.
V iii for the Bahamas,
\. M\TII
I MDF.RI \l.
DT.slKI'Sto ,, ,, |,is frimdi
and 1111 I'ublic ill .1 he lift*
vedi ..f
it IPS foi llie :> ,,f an mi.
1I1 u.il.rr, u lnrli p ices him in h
1 in to c rr\ ..in i,, ,
limy be en led ,,,. ,,, ,
system in |
fully .In i! 1 h 11 |, ,(run 1 1 iel
om I' pi ive ih 11 Ihey
are the verj lo vi it fo :u-.| las,
work.
XOII. 1;.
rl IIS is t<> inform iiv r itroiu
and the Public in ( ieill id
thai I haw- opened my Public
Black S mill Shop; and' am no.v
m- .ay t.. do anythina in the line ol
' ieneial repair 01 new woi I l lorse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
I'. A. rlnyler,
Bay Strei I I ...si (Wharf;


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