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1—T r H L T R I I' U N E Zbc tribune Tucsdnv. October 2H. |13 addition to this the landlords berlair.'s programme was unau arc increasing the acreage given jtborised i. lal Libei Is, and II'ut' i The Liberal Land Camp was opened at Bedford by the Chancellor as announced, on 11 . nth m two speeches, the longer of whiah occupied aj I urs in delivery. I he Unionist criticisms on it "fttitfa vague, full of!. p m 7lYn7o7ac K ti p. ni to class prejudice, full of clap-trap and loaded with promises that will not be performi wei k eel. over to game, while the farmer is afr lid of claiming < ompensation for the damage to his crops by game. Thus, while the number ill iral labourers has dropped from over two millions to about 11 millions, the numof gamekeepers has risen 00. I 1 in %  %  •; e con litions, ilie Govei men I prop. -, %  the followon. A living wage for tlv .1 tnr.ir labour* t <| abi ut 20s. pei *s to the two latter I M 5 > %  .1' ).. t Mi. rter hours for labourers. Cutting down the rent ihe farmer pays when he has to in crease the wages of his 1 mploy Building of at leasl 10 ,ooo for lair mrerwith a opinions will the tiew one tal sincerity and ability I yd George. As our \ 1 on these points have b en often '' '•' ll r,ll r\y er to a tenant at will ing the rates oil improvi ments on farms. (' per ition and ae,i ii lucation Transit facilities for produce, an I taking awaj the pn si nt ilw iv • omj auies to impro1 iy • dies. i^-re is the state of ii.. To our mindsth 1 rient The countryside is I dehclear, and sufficiench bold populated and bad dwellings and drastic. The ouili using physical d idually tided in as the depi nd Chancellor and his 1 %  %  oima mg vs. Mo. 1 1 ape; (No. 10 I' II. I ar eny ; (No. 111 I %  iting at P ;;-. his wife, with maim, to disfigui to .di grievous 1111. I arraigned the al iuilty." tion \o. .|, the I 1 Berry, Wounding 1 im, to disfiIe, t<> do ily ham all\'oi 1 rtiilty." ini j111 \ tion. 1 he labourer is enton the win oftheland'own" and farmer ; dire poverty. Tins ,,, grows partly out of the fact that thousands of acres of land which usd to be pn.pi itj tion. ll ''' Peasant C0iniiunitie It was Mr. Cham' land have been taken continue th i campaij If nothing untowai should happen, we belli n that policy will sweep tl c Liberals common back to power at the next elr.c tie Whig, Lord fought agains: the policj even while the Gem I lectii 11 in progress ; II Geoi inet hind him an I v ippoi ted on the plat 1 In I Beau hamp (su Ch Lord SJI I %  I Ie Irtrest, I • I Vshby St I Ijiei and Otll %  ml lai This st 1 %  lity will be a powerful foi 1 I vour of Lib lisrn Lvhenevei el lion con 1 I lei,is Ch; -.1. • a • %  I lie Ian ah >ul laudl 'Their powers nible II Tdism is the I />i all 1 1 nnpolii s in this la 011k is it th est it I H of till In %  • comp irable to the puw h the land iryside. He iwa> ... aii d< 1 more th.-m a I, n built ih ir cotl tilli i theii I I. indlordism can b\ Ie gal pnn es • not onlj <.id.nn a M ildernes it can m intaii one . Go to the .V irth of*Sc,tland, and you will find still ains ol the old rrofts, (III emit, s are nol ll|i land i tri (Idea bv dei 1. N< iw I am not atta king the lai d individu dl\ 01 II iss They arc just i ing, just as kindly, and have just as keen a sensi of duty (merit, aft?r which hi would be ./ens in the land.Irepatriated, and hoptd never to filed tir : — \ The 1 m, E I lldt Stanley Rebi it t< dis bfiriih Ii Ihree, pi 11 \ s. with int gure, ihe aj ind 1 I efol led : Ijani i' ei nander, John \li Kvnn. Bertram de %  ii 1.1 in M m. 1, W'ilMauri Willis : ~ Matth 1 %  .. V. ill mm E. Fi iuntain, Usury (ilinton, ( ni, Jolinll. man. The trial |*' I e jury reji %  I on 1 turning to coil t >enl 1 i iuilty. The Court stnt : ills nil) : ment, hard I. I court ne until p in. itioil So : I vs. Cela i I Mr Harold ffcsconibe inter I f-1| the pisom I si I lai I i• h illowiug\jur) i HI ; 111 d I I, 1 I in.'ind( i. W illiam F Iqt-Mier I Ian is, i ia.' At this stace the| priso rr en %  Of "HI The Com t sentenri d Hie pn souer to nine m > ntlip imorfc n away from policy which gave Gladstone .1 mem by a series ol e majoritv in 18*15. Theagiicu 'icts passed by landlord control see Iii in again. The Court adjoiirn.'d 1.1 ( 1 to morrow a.m. VIII 111 majoritv in 1 s> ",. I lie tural Cl e it ilue ies n.ade good il' d Pariwmeuts bt th \\ hijj and most of the losses to Liberalism lory, these BCIS h ave handed.in the towns. But the Home over the com, n 1, ], in | s ,,, ,| l( Wule split practically sidc-tniclc landlr.rd. Added to ihis is Hit ed Chamberlain as a land re miserably low wage p lid to tne workers, who are skilled lab ers. Tire tenant far in evil 1 1 us, ,,,. |:; turned out of Ins holding al will of the landlord, and former and turned him into a \ irtual upholder of the pri system. But Lloyd George as a yoilnii man was a follower of ihe < dual Chamberlain, and t it Ii the man of Iii rrent can he increased when he mjn nfully sowed is improves his holding, thusmakbearing fruit, sifter'a lapse 0 ing him pay the penaltyior be years, ['here is this difference kilful and industrious. In between the two cases. ChamWhat I do -a\ is 11 1-, you can* nol trust human nature. . from generation to generation with Bwee| ing pov eis of thai chai lei w ithout there being abuse, wrung, op| r< ssi-in and 1 justn ,' ,n\A \ ou ought not to put laud lords into such a p isilion .* In the Supn mt. October S m, Tuesday, 28th U 1 1 .1 \. The Court met at 11 The Treaty of l"xtradition Present:—His Honour D. Tu between the United Kingdom dor Esq„ K.C., Chief Justice; and Braail has to have He Double. II, G. Malcolm, effect. K.C., Acting Attorney General. The Registrar, the Provost Reginald W. Pritchard, 1 q. Marshal. Attorney at Law, has been apThe Acting Attorney dcneral pointed Acting Coroner. "<" %  < IVI IvN'MLNT' 1 ll ES, Is'ul s 111 idebj the ( i .)\ I'nior in Council uudei the Aumoi ity of The fele i.'ph Nets 189^ to 1913 .10 publish' (| for information, L J



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T IU-. T R I B I N I' N;i!r. e n the Bal eimasfcmigmt ntrii i are -•ii 11 • o i If tln'iir i\\ i S with a | i'il irtli C itili ciic and to n gister th at the Briti ( %  e o am vnl. Appli "atii >ns w :ll b at the Col until noon on Saturday a cemh'er IQI | for the l'r-t i > { Third )1< i k in thi Cdmiia-I : Salary in. Comjptjtive fcxa i! in. Certi I good moral i fcom a Jin o| ',! pel and two Ju§ti< e the P i#>mitte<' with ap| li atiims. V, from-the]Ln v of Panama prohibiting i sntry into %  %  Til: "'• % %  I ill All Ithe I urkish |wl has been ap| Public \ rinator from t to No th land. i insulni Ua|s |"-r M i. i. HI i ]• : K< ;lji I iKum < e '] n, 1 '*!,< Isld ; Plie it, Arth l'i' II. S in ~-.il \ idor will 1) l< tsld on I liurs i %  i: a.m. The 9 %  % %  i i nd Oct. i III i /t.; • I [ tie F/ribune, Sir, I want 11 y a few wi i tiii-Mii ;h the An <> vow c >l urns of tl I of J ;i 'iis line. We are all m 11 taken up with the work lieilg done in the 11 VI sen es mui h led it (or his pains t.il nr.; i ii'M^y, I lis "I o\ s" I m IIMMI .it., tint ere their brains are ful) set '" learn i',cy .are sna' ; : >> ;ul I made to w i irk. ( Kir Cliurali has re iched the low water nfark ;it last. We are sully in ii'od "f a leading man who will nut tell us, "I k>n't do what you w me do," but w ho will le did:;>'at in s< ttinR n bright example worthy of our imitation, Vii tuis amot sltould at least he one of the doniin int i haracteristii in our ever) daj life by which we may red and desette amor popu A Christian Minister should an example,and hedfi to promote the I foi religious ; pies among our I am of the opinion that a I ill the cr ss should lei ; 'ilight shim? as mo in • pulpit. I %  !i re VVi po r "ul (Matt :i< lien is an \\ re uoi "ii Nil. kith do reir duty I I 'v. We an • ti I roads and tin ''ut is put ting "ii its Sunday a iwn. The Guild. I by Fatl i r P e i of collapse.! am on of tin m^ni bi rs. I.it. |y with a lother nv I ni tint I of 1 r >f sui i .-buying .. was bul l< isfil ile. Yoi CHURCHMAN JONES \ i i< ;R VMS Octol London, ,! '. I %  Mi.id.i. and tl I with an inflii'itial coi h IVI* %  | i | p rl V •"ii win. Ii is to he held in Lou 1 \ >n igi \. and having elimi i ited the • • • %  1 nt. have m a parl of the cei I celeb itioi i MM IK.' tli.it year. itpton U Vii T| ie Vtl fie i today iv t the p ms Mediterranean. 1 .ond'i'. %  I ' '' ,,, nt todav w.i I ted toe ipi sl.it' ts threat n the aim : in i' In the mme seen tm t" 1 rqih I siiiii.i • iii". i I rriini s•>( \ iol u ould not Ue %  i ame losrriou Itei release was i I'.T.-.I todav. London, 36. ieneral Booth of the Salvation Army will for Ne.v York tomorrow. It will be Ins first visit t" America. hould [ ;;;,;';,;;; ;;, -<^v:.ini:i ; that 1 have plan n.-il i| all railroad stai throughout tli c mntry lias been by thi .! |man rail > ay .compan 11 I'.. English • ii ter i sted in the proposed s i i Ci loan, despite I nglish losses on account, "I I 1 •' Company's i i >n, was monstrnl I l day, whe i Man II. i Sib eia, repres ntii i London bankers, ami' ild probably bid for it. London, -" I vatting qui tlj :,• nf the Mexi lions, belii vimj thai I live the difficul nf thai country and that en disposed %  United States, Great and the sted nd a common for net LUXURIOUS LIFE rs publish : Wed us lay last, says tire • the • I, %  an intet vv ith wife <>f the i n • • way it '•• %  • up n i .pi--'p t Jan m ils and hold tin xA to ransom S ' r Englis i I ill r Then for • ; %  '• partmenl onth > vas recent I) ri nted. In tins II |, ere is a b< d witl downy pill %  luxurious comforters. There is a ,,,,, elain bath-tub, with • >wet attachment for riii n The d n rhenette." with a pantr\ full "f dclicacii VVi I ' elully last in jht in bed, h -it in. I i''" 1 said, 1 hen vv is horribl \ nsult id this o nil H throw of Ins "ii thres hold, ^^\ I '" d removed his mu/z.l. A horrid dog-catrher recognisi tl his value 1 called a taxtcab and. went direct I v to Mayor Hamson, whohelped me to rescue wj treasure. 'I htn K ot the beat limous I could find and gave Theo a ride all the afternoon Next I brought linn to hi him a bath in b iwn bathi. %  He cert riul) in • tied it, ali.r being in there n ith those common 4J • I'lien I prepare I I it in Ins di-ting room. i le is and cannot be ditui Mrs. V'H II ii r, d imbii e their ire Chicag > •. iii'|iai'tni.-'it. ttu" i v^meijmmmeaa I'! VI II 11! i rgij .,Mori Island Abaco in 8tst • ar. the Rev. John A. i Pastor < I Zion !' pel : Inleavi %  low and it children. Mr Burrows sei ved the gov nt in several i apai I •VJW NO I I t" I T i I F. AlllHKI I G •!•'•'•! M1' of the >hareholders of the li 11 I.I in is I in i id mi: Loan and I n< pro' patent C.mipanv Limited *'ill %  .it 111. itlj "s Ifl'iri' ill H i\ St %  %  •'-! "a I'liuisii.iv Hie -/'tli WM. K. FOUVTAIN A>St, Serif' Maiden Trip New Three Masted Schooner CORINTHIA IX/ILI le ve N ••• iu fm I %  V ali.. ni lli.loth i inwill tuucli 't ,: way n;.. Foi P Apply t" I. 11. JOHNSON, Oct. i VR*"'. — — fl*!" !" ^^— Tin: Magazine that mnkoia Fact more fiiHrinalint; limn Fiction "WBITT !" 10 VOU CAN UNMIIIUKD IT" GREAT ConllnurH Slorr of th World'. k ProircM n .L.IV tiH.f. .viui which will hold your ii 1'inv.T. is running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Ar*you readinK itt* Two milhnni n* .nr, tnd ti la the favorii readers in South as well as iit North \ It appeala to ull classes—old and youn and women—those who know ino ihose who want to know. ISO PAGES raCH MONTH 300 PICTURED tOO AMTIC1.ES OP OENERAL INTERF.nr Tht ". c hop Notei" Department (2 gives eaay ways lo do things how to make | useful articles tor home and shop, rtpaii 11 t "AmiUur Mechanic* (10 pages) tells how to | make Mission I urn n uio. win-N"-. nt (if • engines, magic, and all the ihitiK ahoy low By mall, per year 92.00 (Gold)l WRITE won mcc SAMPLE COPY TODAY POPULAR MECHANICS CO. •la w TrassiMjina %  < i IIH AI#O



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w -r— — F RESH FRUIT just Received |M i S, S, Seguranca'' S tiling at Reasonable l'i ii es \ is Pi 1 he; Pears. I ill fni ni,i ( 11. %  1 King Apples. JAS. I.. SAUNDERS. &. CO THE WO RLD'S JUDGMENT makes powerful the name STANDARD ENGINE. r 11 1 1 u 1 r. 1 3 F Lloyd's Register shows this —the power of the majority, bach of the Standard guarantee is the Stan, da\ tor Construe1 Co 171 Pint St., Jersey City, X. .1. CKAS. E. ALBCRY, Nassau, N. P. Agont for the Bahamas. GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN (IN PIANO, VIOLIN, MANDOLIN and GUII'VR. Pianos tuned and [Repaired Ordort taht 1 I ', %  iv \t Entertainment*. i,j West street. W. A. M\ 1 MiR I'NDI'.RIAKi %  : ' D ESIRES 1" l'> ( >'i in In • f ;.••;. I-, and the Public iliji he has just r. ii'i ved a oomph "Hi facilities foi ihe business nl an undertaker, M l iit.li places him in a position to curry <>ut Funeial* ' ;it may be entrusted to Ins rare with ;i and despatch ; and n -|" ct fully solicits their p -iti-iti 1 1 t '„-i niv Priot s first and pr >VJ| thai are the viy lowest l<>: fii •'. 1 work, I 1 >R RLN : r I < >i fSE 11 iivt Haw Street, at tJJ present occupied liy I*. P. w rup Esq. possi ren'st. nr Apply to, in \V\l PER K. MOORE in W it would 1 form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h.nd an extensive Stock ol I1AVANXI KiAR*\ W< guarantee our hraud to be made of the finest Havana and umatri W rappers, an I I lavana K1II1 rs throughout rhese Cigars are manufactured on oui premises b\ skill I workmen and great pains are taken to produce an I uality. The sucr.".we have met with in the past leads u* onfi enth KM \p.vl tinpatronage of connoiseurs. J. I SOUNDERS .\ t ... Ii.n St STANDARD OIL GO'S Gasoline turns 110 Gall DelUtred Wharf J. P. Sand on ferrival "Frahj 1 K." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. CALL. FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N exira Large ass'utmenl of I luliday < akes and andieg lirect fiom the Factory such Rainbow Mixed ()ur Darling Dixie Plan 1 N 1 ion On 1 UobhV ami 23 other (11 fie I Mixed Cakes >t u i*fV |ei ll> Miv.-I Can. lies nl 18 CIS pei II. AI-.> the following Caks in Package-, d l e la Raisin Cookies, (). r. l'i.-. md Lunch hiscuits, I besc areuoequ il ed in qUalltV. AT TOOTE'S East I'.iv Stre t. Shingles Besl No. 1 Heart 51'n. Cypress Shingli s at $9.61 per thousand of 20 bundles I >i omits ..ii lots of over 50OO shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades — also 51 n. Cypress a I 96.72 p 1 ili. 1 is in i of JO bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. fresh stork arriving 1 very week. C. C. SAUNDERS. HI, N. P.; "-1 • %  • • I i'3POM SALE 1 1 1 II -I. and Lot on West St J fm particulars apply to M I.. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 \V 13a st. .New York City. w N \SSALJ Bargain House \i. I: 1 living by in lay'tretean er \ Urge su|i|il) ... New go ids: BLANKETS, I'd. WKK I S. A GRE \ I II irg 1111 Loi of All VVm l Bl inki is nl 8„ los., 1 _'-.. 16s, .. a.I £ 1 each I?** 1 I.I se v eie !mu. it R much less than the 111.11 great barg 1 ins ai the pi ices, 1 (Case of Inip 1. • • direct I .ruin ..a English 1 uf-ictufei ..t 2s In ()S, .1 ; II. i Case Ladie and Men sSuaw Mats. ^ A I irga asstmi. I. idies" Winter Coats from 1 ( A Bargain in I .1 lose ii 1 be sold .a i-. pin, Another Large joh Lot of I extra U-...|,i ility, k\ hite Shirt Waists [at -i^. i I ea. h, 1 aaist* nie worth mu Ii more, B lg .ins in LadlH, While I tress 1 H.o Is 111 M. Voile, Mathas, Suitings Law ns \ Ab mi 1 %  pi hits, also ('ottons, I Vic. 1I1 s,.t elii 8,1 tr. M.isquito \i-is .11 .in y 26.1. per 1.1 ab nl IO v 01K A . MOORP. N HICK. I ""MIIS is to inform my Patrom anil tinI 'nil. ic m (ieneral that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now readj to do anythin{ in the line 01 General repair or new work Horse shu..inSpecially, All work dune Met banically. P. A. I'luvler, Bay Street. Last (Wharf *asli on I >eliverv. ( C. SAUNDERS. s. ptekl 1913. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OE TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Jvisi Received; /ILJA.US THE SHOEM \N las jusitedded to his alud) largehippB in the line, l.nilisli and Ame11e.l1 I runks. I'iugI ishbind Aim 1 nan Dret Suit 1 ..nr of which are in.idiof rnmpresslihrel Kit Dag, satchels, Attai and Soiled I.men Bags .t Prices tnorl inti than ever, I 'ersonffcn tlw e\ %  travel IIB will do well f> iisit tins 1 1 .-imeil and mnki II select A now. WlflLI \\l"WHOLESM.l AND RE I ML Dl PABMENT. J77, 270 iB.iy-si.e %  N() \ I H \ \' I N (i fceen appointed ACIA' I foi.MAI'ES PINEAPPLE KfKTILIZER in the Bahamas I quibble to supply iiist. miluith slne^ at manu* l.iCUIieis pi ice u lllCl is .Sm per toll ol 8 bam 1m $5 s". p r 1 arrel I 250 ll>-. F. o. B. Nel Vorlt I his Fertilizei cal also be obtained through any Commission 1! i-e in New York, sr direct from Manufai tu ers al the sen..' prii.-. sluill be glad to ul liny Street j



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I CD O o s: 7) CO Cfl a Nvillin. Bkddlcttia tvirare in verbs maestri, filing bound to swear to the Dogmas >( no Master VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. October 28. 1913 No. 284 i i >\ %  |>(i l en, 11 %  IN IMll i'K' I tlMKk I M VUKKT -TIM.: T Nas-.iK I'., U ii mm I A| • i % %  %  •' %  r id ;,i. til '' l-1 I ... I (1 (id %  In IthI > t*.4n. •jements • • lint DAMAGES. ^Northampton's Rrn< Ii Of Promise, (Com iiuii AN IMPOSSIBLE M tRRIAGE. JnK<-, K. (".. foi Ilir defend il his [i ien I ^ir Edwaid II nl been quite right in sayMrs was nt) question about bmiee of marriage, .mil tlie lattei Irft .!the compenwhich hii I ent should in reaped ui lite b t icli "f piniiiiM Si: Edwaid h.'nl a letter in whi< h the mutual ionshrp between the plaintiff the deft uda ai was broken off, it w as impossible t' hi ar it d w 11li< ut in ngnixing that tlnir was ami hail been a Wry sin fc attachment between these ople. At tintime of the nlamship 1 .ord i %  'ti n.is ilie ii..i| parent to the Maquis of orthamptoii. \> be hoped and expected thi'ti' >vould be no early luccession to the title, he felt I n I t'> submit his proposed mairiaye to his father, a man nf u hose character and judgment hesupposail nobody who knew him hail much doubt. Lord Cooipton submitted it t.ilns father,end,ns Miss Markhani knew, did all in .his powei to obtain Ins consent. Mis father took the view which was referred to in the letter, that he regarded it as an impossible mr< nagr, nol foi reasons which"would i i • HI \ queslion in Ji!>i hul (or n as. us u biort would ap. i to :n mj i pie. At any i I he laid upon his sn j i luld mitigate ihe disnpp intu the plaintiff ii would be fell ii was not .HI ungenerous provision to make, Ii vas m de ui> >n ihis footing: that tl.c defendant desired it to be understood thi t lie had a wish to in.n iv tin' |il lint iff, ami he wrote the lettei w Ii rh had been read in absolute frankness and sincerity. In these circumstances th"\ (( nunsel) had i nlered into the ari.ii I'lncnt which Sir Edward Carson had mentioned, and he was quite sine they had done what was l-st in the interests of the parties, and what he hoped would he least injurious to the plaintiff in tiit circumstances in winch *he found herself. JUDGE'S COMMEN I Mr. Justice Buck-mill said that alii i hearing Sir Edward Carson he LouUl have no doubt of tlv truth of what Mr. Duke had said as to the defendant's warm and sincere affection for the plaintiff. With regard to the money, that was not a thing upon which he need expr< an opinion, <\ that it was accepted by the plaintiff and was given by the defendant in a generous spirit. The settlement had his fullest approval. The record was accordingly withdiawn on the terms stated. London Letter—"The Clarion," Belize, < let. 2, 1913 Now there is a g .1 to > much cant about tin* business, a I deal too mu :h assumption .In -s.es inde1 %  .nl> dot s 1 naturally pure nature h is been misled by example, ami that it is only 1 s IIV to tell the worn in with the diaphanous drees that her dress is diaphanous to cause hei to

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Nvillin. Bkddlcttia tvirare in verbs maestri,
filing bound to swear to the Dogmas >( no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. October 28. 1913 No. 284
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ime fur/ili I >n.
jements lint
DAMAGES.
^Northampton's Rrn< Ii
Of Promise,
(Com iiuii
AN IMPOSSIBLE
M tRRIAGE.
JnK<-, K. (".. foi Ilir defend
il his [i ien I ^ir Edwaid
Ii nl been quite right in say-
Mrs was nt) question about
bmiee of marriage, .mil tlie
lattei Irft .!- the compen-
which hi- i I ent should
in reaped ui lite b t icli "f
piniiiiM Si: Edwaid h.'nl
a letter in whi< h the mutual
ionshrp between the plaintiff
the deft uda ai was broken off,
it w as impossible t' hi ar it
d w 11li< ut in ngnixing that
tlnir was ami hail been a Wry sin
fc attachment between these
ople. At tin- time of the nla-
mship 1 .ord i 'ti n.is ilie
ii..i| parent to the Maquis of
orthamptoii. \> be hoped and
expected thi'ti' >vould be no early
luccession to the title, he felt
I.....n I t'> submit his proposed mai-
riaye to his father, a man nf u hose
character and judgment hesuppos-
ail nobody who knew him hail
much doubt. Lord Cooipton sub-
mitted it t.ilns father,end,ns Miss
Markhani knew, did all in .his
powei to obtain Ins consent.
Mis father took the view which
was referred to in the letter,that he
regarded it as an impossible mr<
nagr, nol foi reasons which"would
i i hi \ queslion in Ji!>i
hul (or n as. us u biort would ap.
i to :n mj i.....pie. At any i I ,
he laid upon his s it< iMulijlatin.i uf I .
and ulttmaielv took from him.
it happened within .. vei y si ()rt
linn nf Ins untimely death, the
lllnsl -. i || 'I h.il his
son would nol pursue thi< desire he
had to in.in y I lie plain! iff.
I III MONE'I \U\
PRi iVISl IN.
The only question liere was, ltav
! ig regard to tie position in which
iht' pai.ies ii nl stood, ulial coin
ii ion Lord North i mpion had
to make to the plaint ill in
nmney sense. He had no hesitn-
i ii in, w Inn it became ppan nt that
the sum which S r Edward l arson
had mentioned w as .. sum which
hit friend would have as f money was c '.ins met ion.
im: the provision. I le
I I i far as >n j i luld
mitigate ihe disnpp intu
the plaintiff ii would be fell ii was
not .hi ungenerous provision to
make, Ii vas m de ui> >n ihis foot-
ing: that tl.c defendant desired it to
be understood thi t lie had a
wish to in.n iv tin' |il lint iff,
ami he wrote the lettei w Ii rh had
been read in absolute frankness
and sincerity. In these circum-
stances th"\ (( nunsel) had i nlered
into the ari.ii-I'lncnt which Sir
Edward Carson had mentioned,
and he was quite sine they had
done what was l-st in the interests
of the parties, and what he hoped
would he least injurious to the
plaintiff in tiit circumstances in
winch *he found herself.
JUDGE'S COMMEN I
Mr. Justice Buck-mill said that
alii i hearing Sir Edward Carson
he LouUl have no doubt of tlv
truth of what Mr. Duke had said
as to the defendant's warm and
sincere affection for the plaintiff.
With regard to the money, that
was not a thing upon which he
need expr< an opinion, <\
that it was accepted by the plain-
tiff and was given by the defendant
in a generous spirit. The settle-
ment had his fullest approval.
The record was accordingly
withdiawn on the terms stated.
London Letter"The Clarion,"
Belize, < let. 2, 1913
Now there is a g .1 to >
much cant about tin* business, a
I deal too mu :h assumption
.In -s.es inde-
1 .nl> dot s 1 natural-
ly pure nature h is been misled by
example, ami that it is only 1
s iiv to tell the worn in with the
diaphanous drees that her dress is
diaphanous to cause hei to r. at mire. Nothing could be fur-
ther from the fact. I he diaphan-
ou dress, the I ive dress, is
worn only by shameless women
who are naturally wantons
who take advantage of the spirit
of the day to throw off all the
restraints against which they have
etlj fretted for so long. Indeed
feminine modesty h is been vastly
overrated all'along the line. It h is
I \ few of the features of a real
sentiment, it is to be classed with
the protective coloration of some
animals'. It is a matlei of expedi-
ency, a pose, a bait, The average
man has far more physical modesty
than the avei ige wo it in. There
are some things that no man will
talk about, however degradi I he
may be, but there are no such reti-
c no women. And women
know this to be true. Therefore to
1 it the indecently dressed worn in
as though she needed no more
than a little kindlj advice and a
few pateinal admonitions is a
piece of unmitigated humbug.
What she needs is to be spanked,
ami it may be said jthat sfl I h It
dressed herself for the occasion.
There was oik e a wife who s.ii.l
that her husband had learned to
sweat from the parrot. We are
imitating that wife when we say
that woman have learned their im-
modesty from Paris. I buy did
nothing of the kind. Theyfearn d
ii from thr devil, who is willing
ami eaget to teach all of us. No
one pretends that the indeo nt
dances were imported from Paris.
On the contrary, they were ex-
ported to Parts, Every one knows
that. And i|idecent dressing ami
indecent dancing are twin sisters,
They come of a wanton contempt
for modesty that take advantage
if a general letting down of bars
to come to the surface.
!,.


1T
r H L T R I I' U N E
Zbc tribune
Tucsdnv. October 2H. |13
addition to this the landlords berlair.'s programme was unau
arc increasing the acreage given jtborised i. lal Libei Is, and
II'ut' i
The Liberal Land Camp
was opened at Bedford by the
Chancellor as announced, on
11 . nth m two speeches, the
longer of whiah occupied aj
I urs in delivery.
I he Unionist criticisms on it
"fttitfa vague, full of!.p m7lYn7o7acKti
p. ni to class prejudice, full of
clap-trap and loaded with pro-
mises that will not be perform- i wei k
eel.
over to game, while the farmer
is afr lid of claiming < ompensa-
tion for the damage to his crops
by game. Thus, while the num-
ber ill iral labourers has
dropped from over two millions
to about 11 millions, the num-
of gamekeepers has risen
00.
I 1 in ; e con litions, ilie
Govei men I prop. -, the follow-
on.
A living wage for tlv .1
tnr.ir labour* t <| abi ut 20s. pei
*s to the two latter I
M 5
>' .1' )..
t .
Mi.
rter hours for labourers.
Cutting down the rent ihe
farmer pays when he has to in
crease the wages of his 1 mploy
Building of at leasl 10 ,ooo
- for lairmrer- with a
opinions will
the tiew one tal
sincerity and ability
I yd George. As our \ 1
on these points have b en often
'' ''ll r,ll"r ? on to the con tent , mpulsorv acquisition
'"ilU "f defi land for such'purpo
OU .1 ]),,;., aw,iy With tl
Si 1 U
-------------------
tlr following Inf
there IS
in the
sj i hes.
W ' find the policy on
far from being mist I he
difficulty of the Orator was in
the vastness of the problem,
which could only be stat. .1 in
general terras in the i ti due
speeches. As it was
stati ment of the question as it
ts the townsan had
to be left over for want uf time.
At IJedhrd, the spoki 1 11 of
the Cabinet Could only stj te tl e
ol
ie
011, and propound as I ri< lower
ssible the proposed rerri- ports thanito home gnwn
of tenure for fai
who ( ultivate 1 roperly. I hus
tie- landlord will be deprived of
Ins present arbitrary 1 1 >\y er to
a tenant at will
ing the rates oil improvi -
ments on farms.
(' per ition and ae,i ii
lucation
Transit facilities for produce,
an I taking awaj the pn si nt
ilw iv omj auies to
im-
pro-
1
iy
dies.
i^-re is the state of ii.. To our mindsth 1 rient
The countryside is I de- h- clear, and sufficiench bold
populated and bad dwellings and drastic. The ouili
using physical d idually tided in as the
depi nd Chancellor and his 1
oima
mg vs. Mo. 1 1
ape; (No. 10 I'
ii. I ar eny ; (No. 111
I iting at
P ;;-. his wife, with
maim, to disfigui
to .di grievous
1111.
I arraigned the al
iuilty."
tion \o. .|, the I
1 Berry, Wounding
1 im, to disfi-
Ie, t<> do -
ily ham all-
\'oi 1 rtiilty."
ini j111 \
tion.
1 he labourer is
enton the win oftheland'own-
" and farmer ;
dire poverty. Tins ,,,
grows partly out of the fact that
thousands of acres of
land which usd to be pn.pi itj tion.
, ll''' Peasant C0iniiunitie It was Mr. Cham' land
have been taken
continue th i campaij
If nothing untowai should
happen, we belli n that
policy will sweep tl c Liberals
common back to power at the next elr.c
tie Whig, Lord
fought agains: the policj even
while the Gem I lectii 11
in progress ; II
Geoi inet
hind him an I v ippoi ted on
the plat 1
In I Beau hamp (su Ch
Lord Sji I I Ie
I- rtrest, I I Vshby St I Ijiei
and Otll ml lai
This st 1 lity will be a
powerful foi 1 I vour of Lib
lisrn Lvhenevei el lion
con 1
I lei,- is Ch;
-.1. a . I lie Ian
ah >ul laudl
'Their powers nible
II Tdism is the I />i
all 1 1 nnpolii s in this la
011k is it th est it
I
H of till
In
comp irable to the puw
h the land
iryside. He
iwa>
...
aii d< 1 more th.-m a I- my. The moment th mva
der had retired I
turned to their homt >, n built
ih ir cotl tilli i theii I
. I. indlordism can b\ Ie
gal pnn es not onlj <.id.nn a
m ildernes it can m intaii one
. Go to the .V irth of*Sc,t-
land, and you will find still
ains ol the old rrofts,
(III emit, s are nol ll|i
land i tri (Idea bv dei 1. N< iw
I am not atta king the lai d
individu dl\ 01 .
II iss They arc just i
ing, just as kindly, and
have just as keen a sensi of duty (merit, aft?r which hi would be
./ens in the land.Irepatriated, and hoptd never to
filed tir
: \
The 1
m, E
I lldt
Stanley
Rebi
it t<
dis
bfiriih Ii
Ihree, pi
11
\ s.
with int
gure,
ihe aj
ind 1
I efol
led : Ijani i' ei nander,
John \li Kvnn. Bertram de
ii 1.1 in M m. 1, W'il-
Mauri Willis
: ~ Matth 1 . .. V. ill mm E.
Fi iuntain, Usury (ilinton, (
ni, Jolinll. man.
The trial |*'
I e jury reji I on 1
turning to coil t >enl
1 i iuilty.
The Court stnt
: ills nil) :
ment, hard I.
I court ne until
p in.
itioil So : I
vs. Cela i I
Mr Harold ffcsconibe inter
I f-1| the pisom I si I lai
I i h illowiug\jur) i hi
; 111 d
I I, 1 I in.'in-
d( i. W illiam F Iqt-Mier I Ian is,
, i ia.'
At this stace the| priso rr en
Of "HI
The Com t sentenri d Hie pn
souer to nine m>ntlip imorfc n
away from policy which gave Gladstone .1
mem by a series ol e majoritv in 18*15. Theagiicu
'icts passed by landlord control
see Iii in again.
The Court adjoiirn.'d
1.1 ( 1 to morrow a.m.
viii 111
majoritv in 1 s> ",. I lie
tural Cl e it ilue ies n.ade good
il'd Pariwmeuts bt th \\ hijj and most of the losses to Liberalism
lory, these bcishave handed.in the towns. But the Home
over the com,n. 1, ],in |s ,,, ,|l(. Wule split practically sidc-tniclc
landlr.rd. Added to ihis is Hit ed Chamberlain as a land re
miserably low wage p lid to tne
workers, who are skilled lab
ers. Tire tenant far
in evil 1 1 us, ,,,. |:;
turned out of Ins holding al
will of the landlord, and
former and turned him into a
\ irtual upholder of the pri
system. But Lloyd George as
a yoilnii man was a follower of
ihe < dual Chamberlain, and
t it Ii the man of Iiir-
rent can he increased when he mjn nfully sowed is
improves his holding, thusmak- bearing fruit, sifter'a lapse 0
ing him pay the penaltyior be years, ['here is this difference
kilful and industrious. In between the two cases. Cham-
What I do -a\ is 11 1-, you can*
nol trust human nature. . from
generation to generation with
Bwee| ing pov eis of thai chai
lei w ithout there being abuse,
wrung, op| r< ssi-in and 1 justn ,'
,n\A \ ou ought not to put laud
lords into such a p isilion "
.*
In the Supn mt.
October S m,
Tuesday, 28th U 1 1 .1 \.
The Court met at 11 The Treaty of l"xtradition
Present:His Honour D. Tu between the United Kingdom
dor Esq K.C., Chief Justice; and Braail has to have
He Double. II, G. Malcolm, effect.
K.C., Acting Attorney General. --------
The Registrar, the Provost Reginald W. Pritchard, 1 q.
Marshal. Attorney at Law, has been ap-
The Acting Attorney dcneral pointed Acting Coroner.
"<"< IVI IvN'MLNT'
1 ll ES,
Is'ul s 111 idebj the (i.)\ I'nior in
Council uudei the Aumoi ity of
The fele i.'ph Nets 189^ to 1913
.10 publish' (| for information,
L
J


T IU-. T R I B I N I'
N;i!r. e n the Bal eimasfcmi-
gmt ntrii i are
-ii 11 o i If tln'iir i\\ i S
with a | i'il irtli C itili
ciic and to n gister th
at the Briti ( e o am
vnl.
Appli "atii >ns w :ll b
at the Col
until noon on Saturday a
cemh'er iqi | for the l'r-t i>{
Third )1< i k in thi Cdmiia-I
: Salary
in. Comjptjtive
fcxa i! in.
Certi I good
moral i fcom a Jin
o| ',! pel and two Juti< e
the P i#>mitte<'
with ap| li atiims.
V, from-the]Ln v of
Panama prohibiting i sntry
into
Til: "' I ill All I-
the I urkish | Mr. Alexau G/ Kit >wl
has been ap| Public \
rinator from t to No th
land.
i insulni Ua|s |"-r M
i. i.hii]
: K< ;lji I iKum <
e '] n, 1 '*!,< Isld ; Plie
it, Arth l'i' ii. S in ~-.il
\ idor will 1) l< tsld on I liurs
i i: a.m.
The 9
i i nd
Oct. i III i /t.;
I [ tie F/ribune,
Sir,
I want 11 y a few wi i
tiii-Mii ;h the An <> vow c >l
urns of tl I of j ;i 'iis line.
We are all m 11 taken up with
the work lieilg done in the
11 VI
sen es mui h led it (or his pains
t.il nr.; i ii'M^y, I lis "I o\ s" I
m IimmI .it., tint ere their
brains are ful) set '" learn i',cy
.are sna' ; :>> ;ul I made to
w i irk.
( Kir Cliurali has re iched the
low water nfark ;it last. We are
sully in ii'od "f a leading man
who will nut tell us, "I k>n't do
what you w me do," but w ho
will le did:;>'at in s< ttinR n
bright example worthy of our
imitation, Vii tuis amot sltould
at least he one of the doniin int
i haracteristii in our ever) daj
life by which we may red
and desette amor popu
A Christian Minister should
an example,and hedfi
to promote the I
foi religious ;
pies among our I am of
the opinion that a I
ill the cr ss should lei ;'i- light
shim? as mo in
' pulpit. I

!i re VVi por"ul (Matt
:i<
lien is an
\\ re uoi
"ii Nil.
kith do reir duty I
I 'v.
We an ti I roads
and tin ''ut is put
ting "ii its Sunday a iwn.
The Guild. I by'
Fatl i rPei
of collapse.! am on of tin m^ni
bi rs.
I.it. |y with a lother nv I
ni tint I of 1
' r>f sui i .-- buying
.. was bul l< isfil
ile.
Yoi
CHURCHMAN JONES
\ i i< ;r vms
Octol
London, .,!'. I
Mi.id.i.
and tl I with
an inflii'- itial coi h ivi*
| i | p rl V
"ii win. Ii is
to he held in Lou 1 \ >n igi \.
and having elimi i ited the
1 nt. have m
a parl of the cei I
celeb itioi i
mm Ik.'
tli.it year.
itpton U Vii
T|ie Vtl fie i today
iv t the p ms
Mediterranean.
1 .ond'i'. ' I ''
,,, nt todav w.i I ted toe ipi
sl.it' ts threat
n the aim : in i' In the
mme seen tm t"1" rqih I
siiiii.i iii". i I
rriini s>( \ iol u ould not Ue
"Cat in i Moum A i. On dial
date the home
m release \\'m Richnnla nt. I ler
. nnditioti !> i ame losrriou
Itei release was i i'.t.-.I todav.
London, 36. ieneral Booth
of the Salvation Army will
for Ne.v York tomorrow. It will
be Ins first visit t" America.
hould [ ;;;,;';,;;; ;;, -<^v:.ini:i ; that

1
have plan
n.-il '
i| all
railroad stai
throughout tli c mntry lias been
! by thi .! |man
rail > ay .compan
11 I'.. English
ii ter isted in the
proposed s i i Ci
loan, despite I nglish losses on
account, "I I1 '
Company's i i >n, was
monstrnl I l day, whe i Man
ii. i Sib eia, repres ntii i Lon-
don bankers, ami'
ild probably bid for it.
London, -" I
- vatting qui tlj
:, nf the Mexi
lions, belii vimj thai I
live the difficul
nf thai country and that
en disposed
. United States, Great
and the sted
nd a common
for net
LUXURIOUS LIFE
rs publish
:, Wed us lay last, says tire
, the
I, an intet
vvith wife <>f
the i '
n way
it '
up n i .pi--'-
p t Jan m ils and hold tin xA to
ransom S ' r
Englis i I ill r Then for
'..... ; '
partmenl onth>
vas recent I) ri nted. In tins
II |, ere is a b< d witl
downy pill
luxurious comforters. There is a
,,,,, elain bath-tub, with >wet
attachment for riii n The d n -
,
rhenette." with a pantr\ full "f
dclicacii
VVi I elully
last in jht in bed, h
-it in. I i''"1
said, 1 hen vv is horribl \ nsult
id this o nil H
throw of Ins "- ii thres
hold, ^^\ I '"d removed his
mu/z.l. A horrid dog-catrher
recognisi tl his value 1 called a
taxtcab and. went direct I v to
Mayor Hamson, whohelped me
to rescue wj treasure. 'I htn
Kot the beat limous..... I could
find and gave Theo a ride all
the afternoon Next I brought
linn to hi
him a bath in b iwn bath-
i.
He cert riul) in tied it, ali.r
being in there n ith those com-
mon 4J I'lien I prepare I I
! it in Ins
di-ting room. i le is
and cannot be ditui
Mrs. V'h ii ii r, d
imbii e their
ire
Chicag > .
iii'|iai'tni.-'it.
ttu" i v^meijmmmeaa
I'! VI II
. 11! i
rgij .,- Mori Island Abaco in
8tst ar. the Rev. John A.
i Pastor < I Zion !'
pel : In- leavi low and
it children.
Mr Burrows sei ved the gov
nt in several i apai I
VJW
NO I I t" I .
Ti I F. AlllHKI I G !''! M1'
of the >hareholders of the
li 11 i.i in is I in i id mi: Loan and I n<
pro' patent C.mipanv Limited *'ill
.it 111. itlj "s Ifl'iri' ill
H i\ St'-! "a I'liuisii.iv Hie -/'tli
Wm. k. fouvtain
A>St, Serif'
Maiden Trip
New Three Masted Schooner
CORINTHIA
IX/ILI le ve N iu fm I
V ali..ni lli.-
loth i! in-
will tuucli 't
,: way n;..
Foi P
Apply t"
I. 11. JOHNSON,
Oct. i Vr*"'.
--------. fl*-^^
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limn
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.nr, tnd ti la the favorii
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It appeala to ull classesold and youn
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FRESH FRUIT just Received
|m i S, S, Seguranca'' S tiling
at Reasonable l'i ii es \ is
Pi 1 he; Pears.
I ill fni ni,i ( 11. 1
King Apples.
JAS. I.. SAUNDERS. &. CO
THE WO RLD'S JUDGMENT
makes powerful the name
STANDARD ENGINE.
r 11 1 1 u 1 r. 1 3
F
Lloyd's Register shows this
the power of the majority,
bach of the Standard
guarantee is the Stan-
, da\ tor Construe-
1 Co 171 Pint St.,
Jersey City, X. .1.
CKAS. E. ALBCRY,
Nassau, N. P.
Agont for the Bahamas.
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN (IN
PIANO, VIOLIN,
. MANDOLIN and GUII'VR.
Pianos tuned and [Repaired
Ordort taht 1 I ', iv \t
Entertainment*.
i,j West street.
W. a. M\ 1 Mi- R
I'NDI'.RIAKi :'
DESIRES 1" l'>(>'i in In f ;.;.I-,
and the Public iliji he has
just r. ii'i ved a oomph "Hi
facilities foi ihe business nl an un-
dertaker, mliit.li places him in a
position to curry <>ut Funeial* '!';it
may be entrusted to Ins rare with
;i and despatch ; and n -|" ct
fully solicits their p -iti-iti 1 1 t '-i
niv Priot s first and pr >VJ| thai
are the viy lowest l<>: fii '. 1
work,
I 1 >R RLN : .
r I < >i fSE 11 iivt Haw Street, at
tJJ present occupied liy I*. P.
w rup Esq. possi
ren'st.
nr Apply to,
in \V\l PER K. MOORE
in
Wit would 1 form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h.nd an extensive Stock ol I1AVANXI KiAR*\ W<
guarantee our hraud to be made of the finest Havana and umatri
W rappers, an I I lavana K1II1 rs throughout
rhese Cigars are manufactured on oui premises b\ skill I workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an I uality.
The sucr.".- we have met with in the past leads u* onfi enth Km \p.vl
tin- patronage of connoiseurs.
J. I SOUNDERS .\ t ...
Ii.n St
STANDARD OIL GO'S '
Gasoline
turns 110 Gall
DelUtred Wharf J. P. Sand
on ferrival "Frahj 1 K."
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
CALL.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN exira Large ass'utmenl of
I luliday < akes and andieg
lirect fiom the Factory such
Rainbow Mixed
()ur Darling
Dixie Plan 1 n 1 ion
On 1 UobhV ami 23 other (11 fie.....I
Mixed Cakes >t u i*fV |ei ll> Miv.-I
Can.lies nl 18 CIS pei II. AI-.> the
following Cak- s in Package-, d l
e la Raisin Cookies, (). r. l'i.-. md
Lunch hiscuits, I besc areuoequ il
ed in qUalltV.
AT TOOTE'S
East I'.iv Stre t.
Shingles
Besl No. 1 Heart 51'n. Cypress
Shingli s at $9.61 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
I >i omits ..ii lots of over
50OO shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
51 n. Cypress a I 96.72 p 1
ili.1 is in i of jo bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
fresh stork arriving 1 very
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
hi, n. P.;
"-1 I i'3-
POM SALE
11 1 II -I. and Lot on West St
J fm particulars apply to M
I.. Dean or Michael Ryan, 135 \V
13a st. .New York City.
w
N \SSALJ
Bargain House
\i. I: 1 living by in lay'tretean
er \ Urge su|i|il) ... New go ids:
BLANKETS, I'd. WKK I S.
AGRE \ I II irg 1111 Loi of All
VVm l Bl inki is nl 8 los.,
1 _'-.. 16s, .. a.I 1 each
I?** 1 i.i se v eie !mu. it r much
less than the 111.11
great barg 1 ins ai the pi ices,
1 (Case of I- nip 1. direct I
.ruin ..a English 1.....uf-ictufei ..t
2s In ()S, .1 ; II.
i Case Ladie and Men sSuaw
Mats.
^ A I irga asstmi. I. idies" Winter
Coats from 1 (.
A Bargain in I .1 lose
ii 1 be sold .a i-. pin,
Another Large joh Lot of I
extra U-..- .|,i ility, k\ hite Shirt
Waists [at -i^. i I ea. h, 1
aaist* nie worth mu Ii more,
B lg .ins in LadlH, While I tress
1 H.o Is 111 M. Voile, Ma-
thas, Suitings Law ns \ .
Ab mi 1 pi hits, also
('ottons, I Vic.1I1 s,.t elii 8,1 tr.
M.isquito \i-is .11 .in y 2- 6.1. per
1.1 ab nl IO v 01K
A . MOORP.
N HICK.
I""MIIS is to inform my Patrom
anil tin- I 'nil. ic m (ieneral
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
readj to do anythin{ in the line 01
General repair or new work Horse
shu..in- Specially, All work dune
Met banically.
P. A. I'luvler,
Bay Street. Last (Wharf
*asli on I >eliverv.
( C. SAUNDERS.
s. ptekl 1913.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OE TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Jvisi Received;
/ILJA.US
THE SHOEM \N
las jusitedded to his alu- d)
largehippB in the line,
l.nilisli and Ame-
11e.l1 I runks. I'iug-
I ishbind Aim 1 nan
Dret Suit 1
..nr of which are
in.idiof rnmpress-
lihrel
Kit Dag, satchels, Attai
and Soiled I.men Bags .t
Prices tnorl inti than
ever,
I 'ersonffcn tlw e\
travel Iib will do
well f> iisit tins 11.--
imeil and mnki
II select A now.
WlflLI \\l-
"WHOLESM.l AND RE I ML
Dl PABMENT.
J77, 270 iB.iy-si.e
N() \ I
H\ \' I N (i fceen appointed
ACIA' I foi.MAI'ES PINE-
APPLE KfKTILIZER in
the Bahamas I quibble to supply
iiist..mil- uith slne^ at manu*
l.iCUIieis pi ice u lllCl is .Sm per toll
ol 8 bam 1- m $5 s". p r 1 arrel I
250 ll>-. F. o. B. Nel Vorlt
I his Fertilizei cal also be ob-
tained through any Commission
1! i-e in New York, sr direct from
Manufai tu ers al the sen..' prii.-.
! sluill be glad to ul desiiiousol seeing 1 lie results ob,
t Hiied from the n-.- o| this Ferti-
liser to my cultivations in Nassau
which must con vim e luvnne that
\lapes Fertiliser is the kind best
suited to our sod for the grow in;;
..I pineapple*.
WALTER K. |OORE.
Fresh Just Arrived
ONION SEEDS from Tenenffi
and all other Vegetable Seed:
;AT TOOTE'S.
49/> liny Street
j


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