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w T^ I II 1: MM I'. II N!i TLhc tribune Thursday. Octolwr 50, 1913 Ulstei Protestants by having from the standpoint of the i conl "I <>f matters that would agitator. We it as ligion, sncli as educa i elf-evident fact, and we are tidn ml police, and to these writing with a sincere desin to cts might be add d that ol contribute in s II way tn A i I ived vi sler day indicates that I journals are pessimistic as to a settlement bj the l U me Ruli qui stj< m. Mi l ui: ; al I has dej n ssed thi ir hi p s • what. While the situation is still difli< ult and requires 1 handling, it has nevertli I distinctly improved. The principle of Home Rule, foi al anj rate the greati r p irt ol In Ian I, I en ta citlj a. quit j theUni 1 >re i.n fi :,,,,,. '" h em Ireland on an aqti-Home Rule basis if ul ,; 'I turn, d to power. The) would no doubt C mon >tt Holland: "I i 1 doubt spells .nt ugly \ ii torii m l land becomes on< a moi I hell.' Mr. Strach( y in the tor", rj lh< "D 'ding that the four N jEast Comities ol Ulster be l< ft loui of the provisions IHome Rule Bill. T Itl al the leai rsof th r 'rtii ompromis oi that I '""' %  This indicatesa great I "ce toward ttlement the whole question But is a compromise It!. 1 • I i ted on tii i i,,, s? "\\> not. The Nationalists trongly op| >d to it, and ; '' %  i Mid' d S uth of Ireland ii 'hat they *ould look rn ii i is foi ili.-ir friends in • rtii a ihein ; M must i itten ' Sii I %  Carson and Mr.J. II. U -nt Dublin and Isti i i onstituencii s. ' • r, ; .. Unionist and 'I leaders wi re to i onti i ftn the subject of tpe, ial treat' %  for Ulster oi a part of Ul^_ '• %  tlli ment would M ibly Both %  rand to in th m of gi\ ntt&\ admin %  io ., < %  noted that unless Unionists take advantage of Ihe "suggestion" stage of the Bill ha i om HI-' inserted before il lo the I.oids. the Bill will IS it istands. Undei tin r.iiliament the well being "I all classy of community. 1 lie I >ss i i our labouring popu a to all, a loss thai fall the merchant and on e\ er. em pli >\ er ol I ibi itir, I thai some who eraplo) labour have liard i to make ends : and Watlii nd n Bird Rock and due at In (>n '1 Ul Richardson recci' sd an "< t. K.' Mr. S.irtl at night. n rning Mr. or third oi Bill to th-' House ol !' %  ers if it is to override the %  i of ihe Lords. It must send up ihe same Bill three times in order tn pass it over Hie h ihcii I • rdshi| The >pr 'lion in l Ii luse of Comma with tli of the G inent, get si i i profl "ii tn the %  third tiiiito tin I 'ppei Chamber. If I vere toad touldbe 1 i". menl •in the Bill and form an I ari oi its pnivi an Act trli -at We i inion that bj consent "l the I! Rul on. %  THE LABi SPECIAL ARTICLE. the question bour in the Bahamas is n. We beli that people are lize that the • •l>b • if 1 >m this < Colony is greater than t II mattei v n cai into, i ii would In 1 mid thifi men Act, the Government has not we are far from wishing to the pow i d on tin ike life harder for them. At the same ti feel that ill the inte sts of all classeshigher pay is d labour ing popul ttion hulk ol its in. 'in ; w .ii nit is day by d liui pend ing i f inc une for the eropli >yei ol lab ur and I I if the Gi t oi Id its way to i its 5< ah I pa) in the l< l grades of labour, a I tai I would be made. Public works would i osl more, ii is true, but the inci iding \> %  by the workil and wi 'man wold I lead to an inci I im I' rtai ions, and an ini n ase of in i II latii !• would ne .i an '. in ', the grow th in the i the iii"i %  ful : our emplo) ers ol full) ponder th higher w iges wi ml I mean more ig II, tin stores, etc., and i cleai I) that v. e must com| te with I" lori ineratiou of our wurki belli ve that a i r [nop rtn n of nui laboui tained in the Colony. Li '. us all w II k t'' stoo mt. I' is a work in wh and an lie doing less remitting to tin ir should i wives and families and are fee] I mill t '. asilieis.-if, ill tlie of her pnmi, \ery ai I he life and wfck of Chi 10 ii and was \fci rouS in her benefai • to. i "Ti ibune"lfi "ids this ft ik nighly ri I i 'iiimiy with unfeignej sympathy with the sur\ ivorsi the I imily. The funeral serv res will be held nt the Cathedri to morrow afternoon at i o'clo 1<. ai d I interment will be i the Western ( IV. THE IMI'l.KIAi. nil MI-IK Will pi t to II ing an • xcellent tw > rei I I tare errtitli a Synopsis ol w lie h foBoA "James Ri Hi j %  i man of 1 family, but whi has :e m jgambling, mght in a greal railroad cideul and rep' rl Sin at %  lv after he kills a iau in a cfiunken fig t and i t i prison f< i n. I le iimprisoned undi name In -"anij it bettii lor his young wife k> beli him dead. She beccpef acquainted w ith a rising yo lawxer and man ies mm, 11" unes famous in statecraft and is i h t d ioVi I llOf ( >f the il tl She has a little daughter and is happy. Shortly bi f ire Thanks <,'i\i ig the < i ivernor-husband pnrdons some i on\ ii ts, among thrni the formei husbaad who dead to the world, had served a long term under an assui name. Desperate and arrayed Mia s! th oi Id, the ( \-: MI vict learns of his wife's marriage and decides to bla< kmail her. 11goes to }he house during hei husband's absence and de mauds money and threatens to xpose h''i'. \ young arimln



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T HE 1 R I Bll N E al benl upon bursary is g I ril in th %  %  house. I"i' wife li i the room t< i obtain more none) for the convict hatband and the bui >unter pirn and kills liiin and I"1 apes, flic < iovernorhusband returns ari asks for an explanation and hilwife point iiiu to the body of In; convii i husband exclaims *ihat she his k lli '1 a burglar." The Rev. Chad an Lved fn >m ^ndro Monday morning. I %  Schr. "Will bury" d yestfrd Miami with lu gh ii rj Mrs Rov ia I 'i Irach Jnl on, '1 Samuel ii( er f om hr. "Julia arn. 1 and six pa >engi • \l Mai I atls and four cinl Iren, and Willis n Stuart. Mia lv lli A.I' Ll.ind "ii im II. Alay from and shiners : M< id.. Sands ''.ll/l' .\ll.lMII i and ar: ive I in if morning. In i %  \ on silt Court tnformatioi • \ I lor it -.HI i In being ai i n • '1 ed pli adi '1 Not Guil. Mr. Callender appeal id I >i sfccusi d. \\, V : r^ | Stanley Turnqu ci Mr. t lalli ndei raisi 1 the ques lion as to Dr. VV \ Kubpneaned and to* !" ieneral intirn that Dr. i'.it woul l The A %  Utori iy General said he had so in tana ted and thai he wa > n t on pare I to < tifv him for payment Mr. Call< nd< r n qaested t,lie! I a' to make note of his report, j 1 he following Jurats were empanelled.— Francis < iibson, Jamea T. inj,ton, I. -II. ,i,| Mather, VVUli im A Irist, Harold Ker j nandei 11 ard II. iarrington, Francis M rtimore, Adam Ni %  oils, Caleb Gibson, Will, mi R. Maura, William L. Fountain, I larn Glinton Foreman A Juioi Mi. \v. |.. Fountain, requeued to be excused from serving on the case as from the ourt. on, • m 1 hi I Attempt t < the 1 levi aux, oil11 I 'am II I.. o| the Court upon lict of the Jury in thi it would appear that he incapable of rendi verdict. The Court declined to v>t him Baying thai they disd in the last case hut they might agre in tins om l*he ti ial proceeded. Aftei th had : ramined ted that the pro i eding discontinued and the ace plead gtlilty. Ii app< ared that ih< had been on a drunken debauch and had had "the hi rroi The Court hound the prisoner on his own i %  in the of £io, and two 9 cui I in the sum of £$ ea h his half brother Stable) Til I and hi-, mother I I irita !' ace for nine mo until i to-morrow. Thursday O |oth 1913 1. Court met at 10:3a a.m PRBSBHI : — His Honour D.Tudor Esq., K. C. Chief Justice;The lonble. II. Cdcolm K. C Acting Attorney Gi neral. flic R< gistrar; The IV • hal. The Acting \tto I ieneral informed I ourt thai would m I broke B. Burrows who was on bail for .1 charg 1 in connection with the .. iin P. T. Hilton. Court dischar 1 P. B Bui u >w -. I 1 iurl took occasion to S iy foi the information of ju that in capital 1 a only ,m unanimous verdict required, hut m all othei third majority verdict had the same force an I as an unanimous v< rdi< t, but should returned as a majority verdict ; he call d upon thi I ore as a rainsl I lil to come i"i ward, the Fon m in Mr. Fountain, laid the vei was returned bj 10 to The %  ate The King vs Staley Roberts, Shooting, with intent to maim, to disable, to do g grievous bodily hum was d. Witne Rebei 1 a Roberts, (wife ol .1 cu* d I iioni.is Rolle, R, II. C. Crawford (Commandant) Serjt. J. C. Wiltshere and George Sweeting (Constable*) I he following Jury was cm panelled Adam Nicolls, Charles Matthews, Willie Fletchei Harris, Francis < iibson, (ieorge I Ianna, Leonard Mather, fames T. I Farrington, Howard I I.FarringI John A. I ..? %  Harold Fi rnander, Fn Newton, lid win Moseley, Foreman. The Jurors in waiting are discharged until 1:30p m. The trial proceeded. The Jury retired to deliberate and were recalled into Court, when the Couii amended the indictment from "feloniou to • %  unlawfully and maliciously shooting at." The Jury again retired and. returning, returned a verdict of [ceded the Cuban war. 1 1 Dai "Guilty," the Court requiring!Iy New tio11 the Foreman to sav that it was Newport New 28. -Tirst ,,i the keel ol th< supper Inaught Penn ylvania which, completed |two y ars hi n 1 will be the large.t and most p iwerful fighting machine in the world, were hud here t<> London, imraentingon the result ol the Mi icican elections, the Chronicle finds much resemblance betwee'd the pre* gent aspect of affairs in the United Si 1 ind th.it which pre lict "i ro to J. The Court sentenced the prier to 1 -", months. [*he C ;ni adjourned and the ii HI was closed. DEATH D1LLET: I InOctober 30th, lence in Market St., Charoletie Augusta, only daughtei ol th i it* sti phen and Charlotte Dillet, of this 111 Inn 86th year. farce. IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday Oct. 31. SPFC1 \l. I'h'i >GR Wl\lK \i I. NEW l'li,: 1 URES WITH A I" >WI RFUL TWO REEL FEATURE "Vengeance" 6d. od. is. CABLEGRAMS 11 tobei i< ith 1913. London, 2S. l'h % %  naval authi r,ties at l'oi tsmouth h ive 1 expei imenting with a wire less invention |f01 firing explosive at .1 di tarn 1 %  ship p*. perimented upon was the second class ciuiser Terp It is said thai a mine was placi d under the hull and exploded from a distance The ships bottom was badly damaged and was raved from sinking only by the prompt action of five tugs. fiester, N. N. 2S. 1 Jovei nor Felkec today granted the re quest of I larrv Thaw for a further continuance in the extradition proceedings, letting No. vcmher 4U1 as the final date on which his attorneys may file a supplementary brief. Mexico, 1 -it of 978 pol ling places in thi l 1 di-trict Catholicjparty leadersclaim a majority in 9: !l %  '"" didates, Frederi 0 '! imb and General Rascon. It is I by many politicians that enough {votes have been cast for the Huerta ticket i (validate the elections. Vienna, a8.—Emperor William ofGermanj arrived here to day on a visit to Emperor Fran1 is Joseph, who warmly wei* cornel him a: th station. I,, 1 Ion, 28. -The Stock markets havi rregularthe past days. In C.dt-. "ks there was further %  ol investment buying, but appre hensions as to the influence of U 0 yd ,. land campaign hadanadvei %  :t Another unsettling Factor de velopedat the weekend through the (announcement ol the ap pointment of :i royal commission to inquire into the relations of the railways with the state. 1 ra about jthe Iponible na tionalization of the railways immediately led to anxious sales by misinformed operators. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Health Rules made hy th.e ho, al Board of Health at Man\ndio, Iliad are published for general information. Tenders will !• receivi d until! Noon of [5th Novemh r for publishing all Government Noand an Official Gazette. Tenders will be received until Noon of 15th Novr for Public Printing excluding Government Notu es and the Bluebook. m+



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1 %  1 II E 1 R I B U ME conquest, new varieties of frun were • tided, ini luding the p the npricot, the clveirv, ?n I th mon. Curiously, the Rom ins knew nothing of the orange, or .it least it was not grown By them. With the {toman civilizati'i i, I he en!turo of fruits spre id over Rurop •, and from there to America, N O T I C B. T HE Annual i I nnt il meeting of the Shareholders of the Bahamas Building Loan and Improvement Company Limited will be held at the Company's Office in Bay Street on Thursday the 30th insi at 8 p.m. W11. E. FOUNTAIN Asst, v "' retary, Maiden Trip New Three Masted Schooner CORINTHIA W ILL leavi N IU foi Jack sonville, Fl 1 about the roth November, If sufficii nt inducement offers will touch .it Miami on the way up. For Freight 01 Passage Apply to T. C JOHNSON. Oct. tS, 1913. Agent. STANDARD OIL CO'S Gasoline I hums 1 to Gallon-. Delivered Wharf.I. P. Sands mi arrival "France* E." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. Cash on Delivery. C. C. SAUNDERS. September 2 {, 1913. \V. \. \I VI HER UNDER I \KER D ESIRES to inform Ins friends .111,1 the Public th 11 he has liust received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an undertaker, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that Inay be eotrusted to his care with kystem and despatch ; and n peel lully solicits their patmnag Get liV Prices first and prove that they Ire the very lowest for first class rork. ANOlHf.K HIP!*IKNT OF TRUNKS AND I.KATHCR GOODS, Just Kcrcived; W ILLIAMS fill. SHOEMAN II is just added to his already laijre supply in tinline, lish and Anif11, in I ruuks. English and American I ll'ss Suit l .'I s s (some of which in idr of compressfibre.) Kit Bags, Satchels, Atl id '•-, and foiled Linen Bags a Prices more interesting than ever. Persons on the eve of travelling will do well to visit I Ins I )c. partment and make a select ion now. WILLIAMS' WHOLI SALE ANU RETAIL DEPARTMENT. 277, 279 Bay-stieet, FOR BENT. H OUSE on Last Ray Street, HI present occupied by B, P. Sturrup Esq. possession given isl. K\ .Mst. %  I'l'lv to, WALTER K. Mf).)Ri: NOTICK A V IN G been appointed AGENT for M MM S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER in e Bahamas I am able to supply customers with sami t m mu( i cturers price which is f 14 per ton ol 8 barieli 01 $ j : 1, per 1 nrrel of 250 lbs. F. O. B, New V This Fertilizei can also be obtained through any ssim House in New York, or direct from Manufactui ers Bt the same pi n ,.. I shall be glad to take any one desii ions nf si., ing i 1 ( ,l)_ t lined from the use oj tins Fertiliser to n'\ 1 ultivatinns in Nassau which mul n m\ in e am one that Mupet Fertilixei is tlie kind beat suited to our soil for the growing of pineapples. WALTER K MOORE. F 'RESH FRUIT Just Re. e v ; per S. S, "Segiiranca" S lling at Reasonable Pi ices viz Pe 11 Pears. Culifornifl drapes. K ing Apples, H 1 I \>. L. SAUNDERS. &. ( O. GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON PIANO, VIOLIN, M \NIK)L!N and GUI I VR. Pianos timed and Repaired Orders taktn for Private Entertainments. (>7 West sto 1. Fresh Just Arrived O NION SEEDS from I'enenlfi and all other Vegetable Si "I .AT TOO IKS. .1,0 l'i iy Street W P. would iform ill who appreciate a Goo li tve on hind an extensive Stock of MAM guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Wrappers, and Havana fillers throoghoat. These Cigars are manufactured on our premisj and greal pains are taken to produce an article of The suo %  1 ave met with in the p 111 li s Is i the pat of connoiseurs J. L. SAL Smoke that we ii'" AN \ CIGARS. W I avana and Sumatfi by skilled workmeaj uperioi quality, Confident Iy toexpeo LI RS & Co. I'..i\ Street. FRESH JUST ARRIVED A ir( menl 1 >f I loliday Cakes ind I andies duect from the Factor) su h .is Rainbow Mixed (>ur DVtiling Dixie Plan 1.11 ion Our llohhy and I irent Mixed Ca esat iaci lb Mixed Candies .,! i I i I i p |h \|sn the follow in:' 1 aki s in Packages at 6 c is. Rr< is n ( en ikii 8.O. I I 'ies ml Lunch 1 as. mis. 1 : ,, . ir ,. q usl ed in quHlit) A I TOO 1*1 'S East B i\ Stre t. Shingles Besl No. 1 I [earl ,in. Cypi Shingli s at S',.' pei thousand ol 20 bundles Discount • on lots of over 51x10 shingles. Special Price also ini 'in aper grades— also 5m. Cypress .-it $6.72 pi r thousand of ap bundles. This price made p issible by a very larg • purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. Nassau, N. I'.. Sept, 36, 1913, l I %  ; SALE H OUSE and Lot on Weal St for p irtii ulars apply to M I-.. Dean 01 Michael Ryan, 135 W 132 St. New V'ork Citv. M\ss.\r Bargain House Are Rec livi :: : ; I %  lay's ste 1 n er A large su; >ly of New goods: BLANKETS, BLANKETS. A tiRI\ I I'.am on Lot of Al Wool Bankets at *-., ica 1 as. i6s, and £1 each, IV I hi se t ie bought a mui less than the fi.irkft value and anj great bargain I jC'ise ..f ai the prii •'me CorselS, 'I l'i from an English minufacturei a Js III (is. a |i or. 1 Case Ladka' and Men's Sir a v Hats. A I 11 ge BSStnt. Ladies' Winti Co its fi urn 10m t" £ 1 4s. A 15 irgain in L idiei lilack I lost in be 1 Id at 11 p • 1 r. An .'. In 1 I. 1 Ie I lb 1.' 'I of L.'nlier %  Mia fine qullity, White Shir Waists '.ii \ % %  to ( each, thei waists are wortli mui h more. Bird "'is in ladies White I rrett < ioo Iin Ma 1 qli*i Ue, Voile, Madias, Suiting*, Sawns &c. Ah mi .| "o yd-. Prints, als ^ otto is, Pi icilfs, C(Atonnesv I Mos.|i-i|i. Net! at only j-. fid. pel piece ol a!> "Ut 10 vards. A, f. MOORI NOTICE. T IMS is to infirm rny I'atron and the I'ulilir m (lenera that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now read> to do anythini; in the line 0 (ieueral repair or new work Hors Shoeing Specially. All work domj Mechanical I v. P.A.Huyler. Bay Street. Last (Wharf; -1 _J



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3 CD P *3 C —• 0) CD o (D 0) Nvillivis addlttua |urare in verba manlstri. Belnu bound to swear to the Dofimas ->f no Master. VL. \. j as u N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. October 30. 1913 No. 2*6 fc n. Ul'l-l III, Llll I IS l' ft II l • %  !. ; MAKKI T STREET !'. I '. Kill liHLISIIEIJ i> % 11 %  > M A V, : v 1 I I J in. • %  i .^4* i | | '••' i. .., %  A-elh %  t Oltfl I • ,) iaerl* Yrm ..I ... ,d ... is. 4• %  *f • I• ireengag. el i, a w nl.li>' against suhstttu; I, ihi against (he rap i uilii i i -, fur (vir< %  foods. When purchase a can '>f lorn itties, pint of milk, or .i sack ol 11 iur, are mote ur less .it I he mi %  I • i luwi. Hn 1 mi ma) hed, the tomatoes ni iy he ||preserved with bens >ate,m Ik i | i be diluted ' fro %  'I' 1 '' r loi swarming with bacteria mi mi n| diriv handling, \l ieg ,|.|, much il theit food, aot. uiiii-ttn ling tliattempted en. fotrement 'il the pure food law, Ihiy take tli"ir cit mces; and to sal thrte food\ one must have pithei .in atrophied ini igination "i i a byperir >phi d courage. But wh< n a MI.II> purchases an apple or oranne or a buncbof table grapes, it ilabeled by n iture.atid lie knows, if he lia-i ye< to see, whether If is getting a luscious mature fruit or one that is nnm ature, overnp*, wilted, or wormpaten. Fruit is sent nut by n iture in se iled p icll i :• %  -. and every one cm se" whethet 11seal has been broken l-v worms or germs or by rough handling Fresh fruit*,then, are our typical "pure foods." !t il true that th"re is a different story to tell in regard to jellies, jama, Canned fruits, and the like; lot here one cannot always tell just what he i* getting. 1,1 • r WHAT IS A FRUI r ANYM /A. \ definition is difficult, because iln* w nil s mdi for • many dill ir( :il things, In the 11-1)1 ', fruit in.iy • in any natural f-d, and the i is broader st.ll, including some tiling-, that aw not food. In tieli il.mic.il -"H-.-, fruit is the ,|. \,.| ,;..., :ot of the flower after feruli/ nioii of I he ovule, and in eludes ill" nut-, acorns, tomatoes, melons, squashee, pens, beans, I mi-, HI I i i %  imh %  '•. i~ well us what We oi.lm inly r.ill fruils. III the commercial sense, fruit ,,i iv li" I fined as "the seed enve, i ,, s of'pl iirs which ,ue edible, either raw m cooked, and aieu-un ||) juicy, sweet, and ol refreshing fl irour I ii • %  • urn MI fi nitmay he cl i-i %  I .ifollows: FRUIT* Tree o orchard fruits Pome: apple, peas Dcupe: peach, apiicon, plum, en y Citfus: orange, le n in, gr ip fruit i iipe Vine fruits Uernes:bl ick terry, raspberry, C if.ml, etc. S '.i ill Fruits i'liihowever, is merely n c in. venienl division. I' is neither strict! s li it mic i! ii" in any wise c implete, f-r it I -aves out the pineapple, banana, bg, date, and many tropical fruits. l.l IV 1TIOM OF FRUIT. If we ii" asked totall when man began to use fruits, we must admit that, so f.ir as we know.fruits It ive ni n as long as there has n lr.ru ni race. I'hS'npture %  ccount pi ic %  sthu-i" of fru l very e irlv ni he history ol the race, li would seem that among the m t primitive tribesat the present time, fiuit iassnien if it isacccs-ible.and yet there Imve been tulie-to wlioill the taste of fr jit of any kind was i u -1 unknown. As the birdsand animals eat fruit'in their natural condition, so did savage man. At the tine this continent was discover.!, the naiives made use of fruits; but though they cultivated corn and sunother vegetables they ate the fruits entirely in the uncultiV ifd st LtC; and probably it was a long time before primitive man mad" any definite attempt to cultivate and improve the native fruits. And yet it has been centU' ries since that beginning was made, and the process of selection and improvement Ins be in progressing f II so long a time that the culti vated fruits bear scarce!) any rei blance, in many i to the n itive fruits from which they Il IV" Spt Hut even in our adv inc better flavour. HISTORY It would seem from Xenophon tli it the Greeks in the fifth century before Christ bad orchard fruits; at 'east tbey h id apples, p i irs, and n ,•-, % %  mat >a go id enough to e it. Plums, p %  iches, an I cherries, we are told, were not introduced un til later and oranges were entirely unknown. Figs were much used', as wereals i dates. The grap • was well known to the Greeks, but rather as n means of making wine lh m as a fruit to beernen. In Italy in its palmiest "lays, fruits had become much more common "Betides the olive ml the grape, the apple, p '.-ir, plum,and quince w sre either native to Italy or introdu *d in pn historic times. C ireful attention had long been given to their cultivation; and in the time ol Ci ro (B C. P. | | It ilv was covered with orchards, and M these fruits were ahun lant and cheap in their season, an 1 u •• I bv all sorts and conditions of men. Considerable attention wa< also given to the importation of better varieties of fruits from other lands, and fruits were ripened out of aeaSOO by Hothouse culture. With the extension of Hie R im.in world by (Continued on fourth pigs.)


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pint of milk, or .i sack ol 11 iur,
are mote ur less .it I he mi
I i luwi. Hn 1 mi ma)
hed, the tomatoes ni iy he
, ||- preserved with bens >ate,m Ik
i | i be diluted ' fro ' 'I'1'' '
r. loi swarming with bacteria mi
, mi n| diriv handling, \l ie-
g ,|.|, much il theit food, aot.
uiiii-ttn ling tli- attempted en.
fotrement 'il the pure food law,
Ihiy take tli"ir cit mces; and to sal
thrte food\ one must have pithei
.in atrophied ini igination "i i
a byperir >phi d courage.
But wh< n a mi.ii> purchases an
apple or oranne or a buncbof table
grapes, it i- labeled by n iture.atid
lie knows, if he lia-i ye< to see,
whether If is getting a luscious
mature fruit or one that is nnm a-
ture, overnp*, wilted, or worm-
paten. Fruit is sent nut by n iture
in se iled p icll i :-. and every one
cm se" whethet 11- seal has been
broken l-v worms or germs or by
rough handling Fresh fruit*,then,
are our typical "pure foods." !t
il true that th"re is a different story
to tell in regard to jellies, jama,
Canned fruits, and the like; lot
here one cannot always tell just
what he i* getting.
1,1 r WHAT IS A frui r
ANYM /A.
\ definition is difficult, because
iln* w nil s mdi for many dill ir-
( :il things, In the 11-1)1 ', fruit in.iy
in any natural f-d, and the
i is broader st.ll, including
some tiling-, that aw not food.
In tie- li il.mic.il -"H-.-, fruit is the
,|. \,.| ,;..., :ot of the flower after
feruli/ nioii of I he ovule, and in
eludes ill" nut-, acorns, tomatoes,
melons, squashee, pens, beans,
I mi-, hi I i i imh '. i~ well
us what We oi.lm inly r.ill fruils.
Iii the commercial sense, fruit
,,i iv li" I fined as "the seed enve,
i ,, s of'pl iirs which ,ue edible,
either raw m cooked, and aieu-u-
n||) juicy, sweet, and ol refreshing
fl irour
I ii . urn mi fi nit- may he cl i--
i I .i- follows: -
FRUIT*
Tree o orchard fruits
Pome: apple, peas
Dcupe: peach, apiicon, plum,
en y
Citfus: orange, le n in, gr ip
fruit
i i- ipe Vine fruits
Uernes:bl ick terry, raspberry,
C if.ml, etc.
S '.i ill Fruits
i'lii- however, is merely n c in.
venienl division. I' is neither
strict! s li it mic i! ii" in any wise
c implete, f-r it I -aves out the
pineapple, banana, bg, date, and
many tropical fruits.
- l.l IV 1TIOM OF FRUIT.
If we ii" asked totall when man
began to use fruits, we must admit
that, so f.ir as we know.fruits It ive
ni n as long as there has
, n lr.ru ni race. I'h- S'npture
ccount pi ic sth- u-i" of fru l very
e irlv ni he history ol the race,
li would seem that among the m t
primitive tribesat the present time,
fiuit iassnien if it isacccs-ible.and
yet there Imve been tulie-to wlioill
the taste of fr jit of any kind was
i u -1 unknown. As the birdsand
animals eat fruit'in their natural
condition, so did savage man. At
the tine this continent was dis-
cover.!, the naiives made use of
fruits; but though they cultivated
corn and sun- other vegetables
they ate the fruits entirely in the
uncultiV ifd st LtC; and probably it
was a long time before primitive
man mad" any definite attempt to
cultivate and improve the native
fruits. And yet it has been centU'
ries since that beginning was made,
and the process of selection and
improvement Ins be in progressing
f ii so long a time that the culti
vated fruits bear scarce!) any re-
i.....blance, in many i to
the n itive fruits from which they
Il IV" Spt
Hut even in our adv inc 7 ttion we make some useof native
fruils, notably the huckleberry and
blueberry and lb" elderbeiry, winch
b.ive never been cultivate.I to any
extent, and which are prised by
in iny for the m iking of pies; also
the blackberry,&ti iwberry.and the
raspberry, winch are used in both
the wild and the cultivated state.
But in general, the cultivated ear-
ietiesate o much better thai very
little use is made of tli" wild. By
cultivation, then' is not only a
greater yield, but the fruits are
generally larger, more tender, less
woo Iy, an I of a mu !> better fla-
vour.
HISTORY
It would seem from Xenophon
tli it the Greeks in the fifth century
before Christ bad orchard fruits;
at 'east tbey h id apples, p i irs, and
n ,-, mat >a go id enough to e it.
Plums, p iches, an I cherries, we
are told, were not introduced un
til later and oranges were en-
tirely unknown. Figs were much
used', as wereals i dates. The grap
was well known to the Greeks, but
rather as n means of making wine
lh m as a fruit to beernen. In Italy
in its palmiest "lays, fruits had be-
come much more common "Be-
tides the olive ml the grape, the
apple, p '.-ir, plum,and quince w sre
either native to Italy or introdu *d
in pn historic times. C ireful at-
tention had long been given to
their cultivation; and in the time
ol Ci ro (B c. p. | | It ilv was
covered with orchards, and M
these fruits were ahun lant and
cheap in their season, an 1 u I
bv all sorts and conditions of men.
Considerable attention wa< also
given to the importation of better
varieties of fruits from other lands,
and fruits were ripened out of aea-
SOO by Hothouse culture. With the
extension of Hie R im.in world by
(Continued on fourth pigs.)


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T^
I II 1: MM I'. II N!i
TLhc tribune
Thursday. Octolwr 50, 1913
Ulstei Protestants by having from the standpoint of the i
conl "I <>f matters that would agitator. We it as
ligion, sncli as educa i elf-evident fact, and we are
tidn ml police, and to these writing with a sincere desin to
cts might be add d that ol contribute in s II way tn
A i I ived vi sler
day indicates that I
journals are pessimistic as to a
settlement bj the
l U me Ruli qui stj< m. Mi
lui: ; al I has
dej n ssed thi ir hi p s
what.
While the situation is still
difli< ult and requires 1
handling, it has nevertli I
distinctly improved.
The principle of Home Rule,
foi al anj rate the greati r p irt
ol In Ian I, I en ta
citlj a. quit j theUni
1 >re i.n fi :,,,,,.
'" h em Ireland on an
aqti-Home Rule basis if
ul" ,; 'I turn, d to
power. The) would no doubt
C mon
>tt Holland: "I i
1 doubt spells .nt ugly
\ ii torii m l
land becomes on< a moi
I hell.'
Mr. Strach( y in the
tor", rj lh< "D
'ding that the four N
jEast Comities ol Ulster be l< ft
loui of the provisions
IHome Rule Bill. T
Itl al the leai rsof th
r 'rtii ompromis oi that
I '""' This indicatesa great
I "ce toward ttlement
the whole question
But is a compromise It!.
1 I i ted on tii.....ii,,, s? "\\>
not. The Nationalists
trongly op|.....>d to it, and
; '' i Mid'
d S uth of Ireland ii
'hat they *ould look rn ii
i is foi ili.-ir friends in
rtii a ihein
; M must i itten
' Sii I Carson and Mr.J. II.
U -nt Dublin and
Isti i i onstituencii s.
.....' r, ; .. Unionist and
' 'I leaders wi re to i onti i
ftn the subject of tpe, ial treat-
' for Ulster oi a part of Ul-
^_ ' ' tlli ment would
M ibly Both
rand to in th
m of gi\ ntt&\ admin
' io ., ml that up
W i th i
ui'.
^iiiiiu.tiaiivc bo o ild fur-
kr tafi guard the" mi
K
the l
It should !>< noted that unless
Unionists take advantage of Ihe
"suggestion" stage of the Bill
ha i om -
hi-' inserted before il
lo the I.oids. the Bill will
IS it
istands. Undei tin r.iiliament
the well being "I all classy of
community. 1 lie I >ss i i
our labouring popu a
to all, a loss thai fall
the merchant and on e\ er. em
pli >\ er ol I ibi itir,
I thai some
who eraplo) labour have liard
i to make ends : and
Watlii nd n Bird Rock
and due at In
(>n '1 Ul
Richardson recci' sd an "< t. K.'
Mr. S.ir-
tl at night.
n rning Mr.
or third oi
. Bill to th-' House ol !' ers if it
is to override the ' i of ihe
Lords. It must send up ihe
same Bill three times in order
tn pass it over Hie h ihcii
I rdshi| The >pr 'lion in
l Ii luse of Comma
with tli of the G
inent, get si i i
profl "ii tn the

' third tiiii- to tin I 'ppei Cham-
ber. If I vere toad
. touldbe
1 i". menl
in the Bill and form an
I ari oi its pnivi an Act
trli -at
We i inion that
bj consent "l the I!
Rul on.
.*
THE LABi
SPECIAL ARTICLE.
the question
bour in the Bahamas is
n.
We beli that people are
lize that the
l>b if 1 >m this < Colo-
ny is greater than t II
mattei v n cai
into, i ii
would In 1 mid thifi men
Act, the Government has not we are far from wishing to
the pow i d on tin ike life harder for them. At
' the same ti feel that ill
the inte sts of all classeshigher
pay is d labour
ing popul ttion hulk
ol its in. 'in ; w .ii nit is
day by d
liui
pend
ing i f inc une
for the eropli >yei ol lab ur and
I
I if the Gi
t oi Id its way to i
its 5< ah I pa) in the l< l
grades of labour, a I tai I
would be made. Public works
would i osl more, ii is true, but
the inci iding \>
by the workil and wi 'man
wold I lead to an inci I im
I' rtai ions, and an ini n ase of
in i ii latii ! would ne .i an
'. in
', the grow th in the
i
the iii"i ful : our
emplo) ers ol
full) ponder th high-
er w iges wi ml I mean more
ig ii, tin stores, etc., and
i cleai I) that v. e must
com| te with I" lori '
ineratiou of
our wurki belli ve that a
i r [nop rtn n of nui la-
boui tain-
ed in the Colony.
Li '. us all w ii k t'' stoo '
mt. I' is a work in wh
and an lie
doing less remitting to tin ir should i
wives and families and are fee] I m advisable I t in one another. II
I their wives and families, we could all gel moo- firmly
l'nis is a w\ us state of embedded m our minds the ti
iis if true, and we wish the
autl would look' into this
\\ e d'' not
i to he unduly pessimistic
hut M that it is a fact thai
i imian families are more
and mo king a home in
Florida.
(' m nothing ho doi I I
c urn i that to
I ii tion of our
1 tn im ri
\. i .. not this
ih.it the interests "I one class
are the interi sis ol all, w e should
be in a fair way to the solution
.if this serious problem,
.*
On Monda) on at
ul 3 o'< loi Mr. W. W.
Rii In rd -on of Inagua sent a
from om Radio I
Ii Station foi Ilia I. I be
:ed up by the I lamburg Am-
i i ii,in Steamei Mhinania,"
then supposed to I en
to his ni
gent at Inagua.
The death of M[<-. Charlotte
A. I 'ilh't, which pcurred al
lence at a o' iftei
noon removes fro a our midst a
highly respected Citizen and a
onci i uous figure in the
life of tins com niuity, and a
il"i" of one o our m isl pro-
minent families, t family that
has been idi ii'ihel with the life
,uh\ h'iston of t e Colony for
the last hundred nai .
Miss I >ill t '. asilieis.-if, ill tlie
- of her pnmi, \ery ai I
he life and wfck of Chi
10 ii and was \fci rouS
in her benefai to.
i "Ti ibune"lfi "ids this
ft ik nighly ri
I i 'iii-
miy with unfeignej sympathy
with the sur\ ivorsi the I imily.
The funeral serv res will be
held nt the Cathedri to morrow
afternoon at i o'clo 1<. ai d I
interment will be i the West-
ern ( IV.
THE IMI'l.KIAi. nil MI-IK
Will pi t to ii
ing an xcellent tw > rei I I
tare errtitli a
Synopsis ol w lie h foBoA
"James Ri Hi j i man of
1 family, but whi has
:e m jgambling,
mght in a greal railroad
cideul and rep' rl Sin at
lv after he kills a iau in a
cfiunken fig t and i
t i prison f< i n. I le
i- imprisoned undi
name In -"an- ij it bet-
tii lor his young wife k> beli
him dead. She beccpef ac-
quainted w ith a rising yo
lawxer and man ies mm, 11"
unes famous in statecraft
and is i h t d ioVi I llOf (>f the
il tl .
She has a little daughter and
is happy. Shortly bi f ire Thanks
<,'i\i ig the < i ivernor-husband
pnrdons some i on\ ii ts, among
thrni the formei husbaad who
dead to the world, had served a
long term under an assui
name. Desperate and arrayed
. Mias! th oi Id, the ( \-: mi
vict learns of his wife's marriage
and decides to bla< kmail her.
11- goes to }he house during
hei husband's absence and de
mauds money and threatens
to xpose h''i'. \ young arimln


T HE 1 R I Bll N E
al benl upon bursary is g.....I
ril in th - house. I"i' wife li i
the room t< i obtain more none)
for the convict hatband and the
bui >unter pirn and kills
liiin and I"-1 apes, flic < iovernor-
husband returns ari asks for an
explanation and hilwife point
iiiu to the body of In; convii i
husband exclaims *ihat she his
k lli '1 a burglar."
The Rev. Chad
an Lved fn >m ^ndro
Monday morning.
I . Schr. "Will
bury" d yestfrd
Miami with lu
gh ii rj
Mrs Rov ia I 'i
Irach Jnl on, '1
Samuel
ii( er
f om
hr. "Julia
arn. 1 '
and
six pa >engi
\l Mai I atls and four
cinl Iren, and Willis n Stuart.
Mia lv lli
A.I'
Ll.ind "ii
im II. Al-
ay from
and shin-
ers :
M<
id.. Sands
''.ll/l'
.\ll.lMII
i and
ar: ive I in
if morning.
In !
i
\ on silt
! Court
tnformatioi
\ I lor
it -.hi
i In being ai i n '1
ed pli adi '1 Not Guil.
Mr. Callender appeal id I >i
sfccusi d.
\\, V : r^ |
Stanley Turnqu
ci
Mr. t lalli ndei raisi 1 the ques
lion as to Dr. VV \
Kubpneaned and
to* ieneral intirn
that Dr. i'.it woul l
The A Utori iy General
said he had so in tana ted and
thai he wa > n t on pare I to <
tifv him for payment
Mr. Call< nd< r n qaested t,lie!
I a' to make note of his report, j
1 he following Jurats were em-
panelled.
Francis < iibson, Jamea T.
inj,ton, I.-ii.,i,| Mather,
VVUli im A Irist, Harold Ker j
nandei 11 ard II. iarrington,
Francis M rtimore, Adam Ni
'oils, Caleb Gibson, Will, mi R.
Maura, William L. Fountain,
I larn Glinton Foreman
A Juioi Mi. \v. |.. Fountain,
requeued to be excused from
serving on the case as from the
ourt.
on,
m
1 hi I
Attempt t <
the
1 levi aux,
oil11 I'am
ii I.. o| the Court upon
lict of the Jury in thi
it would appear that he
incapable of rendi
verdict. The Court declined to
v>t him Baying thai they dis-
d in the last case hut they
might agre in tins om .
l*he ti ial proceeded.
Aftei th had
: ramined
ted that the pro i eding
discontinued and the ace
plead gtlilty.
Ii app< ared that ih<
had been on a drunken debauch
and had had "the hi rroi
The Court hound the prisoner
on his own i in the
of io, and two 9 cui I
in the sum of $ ea h his half
brother Stable) Til I and
hi-, mother I I irita !'
ace for nine mo
until
i to-morrow.
Thursday O |oth 1913
1. Court met at 10:3a a.m
Prbsbhi:
His Honour D.Tudor Esq., K.
C. Chief Justice;The lonble. II.
Cdcolm K. C Acting Attor-
ney Gi neral.
flic R< gistrar; The IV
hal.
The Acting \tto I ieneral
informed I ourt thai
would m I
broke B. Burrows who was on
bail for .1 charg 1 in connection
with the .. iin P. T. Hil-
ton.
! Court dischar.....1 P. B
Bui u >w -.
I 1 iurl took occasion to
S iy foi the information of ju -
that in capital 1 a only
,m unanimous verdict re-
quired, hut m all othei
third majority verdict had
the same force an I as an
unanimous v< rdi< t, but should
returned as a majority ver-
dict ; he call d upon thi I ore
as a rainsl I lil
to come i"i ward, the Fon m in
Mr. Fountain, laid the vei
was returned bj 10 to
The ate The King vs Sta-
ley Roberts, Shooting, with in-
tent to maim, to disable, to do
g grievous bodily hum was
d.
Witne Rebei 1 a Roberts,
(wife ol .1 cu* d I iioni.is Rolle,
R, II. C. Crawford (Comman-
dant) Serjt. J. C. Wiltshere and
George Sweeting (Constable*)
I he following Jury was cm
panelled Adam Nicolls, Charles
Matthews, Willie Fletchei Har-
ris, Francis < iibson, (ieorge I Ian-
na, Leonard Mather, fames T.
I Farrington, Howard I I.Farring-
I John A. I ..? Harold
Fi rnander, Fn Newton,
lid win Moseley, Foreman.
The Jurors in waiting are dis-
charged until 1:30p m.
The trial proceeded.
The Jury retired to deliberate
and were recalled into Court,
when the Couii amended the
indictment from "feloniou '
to unlawfully and maliciously
shooting at." ,
The Jury again retired and. ,
returning, returned a verdict of [ceded the Cuban war. 1 1 Dai
"Guilty," the Court requiring!Iy New tio11
the Foreman to sav that it was
Newport New 28. -Tirst
,,i the keel ol th< supper
Inaught Penn ylvania
which, completed |two y ars
hi n 1 will be the large.t and
most p iwerful fighting machine
in the world, were hud here t<>
London, imraentingon
the result ol the Mi icican elec-
tions, the Chronicle finds much
resemblance betwee'd the pre*
gent aspect of affairs in the Uni-
ted Si 1 ind th.it which pre
lict "i ro to j.
The Court sentenced the pri-
er to 1 -", months.
[*he C ;ni adjourned and the
ii hi was closed.
DEATH
D1LLET: I InOctober 30th,
lence in Market St.,
Charoletie Augusta, only
daughtei ol th i it* sti phen
and Charlotte Dillet, of this
, 111 Inn 86th year.

farce.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday Oct. 31.
SPFC1 \l. I'h'i >GR Wl\lK
\i I. NEW l'li,: 1 URES
WITH
A I" >WI RFUL TWO REEL
FEATURE
"Vengeance"
6d. od. is.
CABLEGRAMS
11 tobei i< ith 1913.
London, 2S. l'h naval au-
thi r,ties at l'oi tsmouth h ive
1 expei imenting with a wire
less invention |f01 firing explo-
sive at .1 di tarn 1 ship p*.
perimented upon was the second
class ciuiser Terp It is
said thai a mine was placi d un-
der the hull and exploded from
a distance The ships bottom
was badly damaged and was
raved from sinking only by the
prompt action of five tugs.
fiester, N. N. 2S. 1 Jovei
nor Felkec today granted the re
quest of I larrv Thaw for a fur-
ther continuance in the extradi-
tion proceedings, letting No.
vcmher 4U1 as the final date on
which his attorneys may file a
supplementary brief.
Mexico, 1 -it of 978 pol
ling places in thi l 1 di-trict
Catholicjparty leadersclaim
a majority in 9: !l '""
didates, Frederi 0 '! imb and
General Rascon.
It is I by many poli-
ticians that enough {votes have
been cast for the Huerta ticket
i (validate the elections.
Vienna, a8.Emperor Wil-
liam ofGermanj arrived here to
day on a visit to Emperor Fran-
1 is Joseph, who warmly wei*
cornel him a: th station.
I,, 1 Ion, 28. -The Stock mar-
kets havi rregularthe past
days. In C.dt-. "ks
there was further ol
investment buying, but appre
hensions as to the influence of
U0yd ,. land campaign
hadanadvei :t
Another unsettling Factor de
velopedat the weekend through
the (announcement ol the ap
pointment of :i royal commis-
sion to inquire into the relations
of the railways with the state.
1 ra about jthe Iponible na
tionalization of the railways
immediately led to anxious sales
by misinformed operators.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Health Rules made hy th.e
ho, al Board of Health at Man-
\ndio, Iliad are
published for general informa-
tion.
Tenders will ! receivi d un-
til! Noon of [5th Novemh r for
publishing all Government No-
and an Official Gazette.
Tenders will be received until
Noon of 15th Novr for Public
Printing excluding Government
Notu es and the Bluebook.

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1

1 II E 1 R I B U ME
conquest, new varieties of frun
were tided, ini luding the p
the npricot, the clveirv, ?n I th
mon. Curiously, the Rom ins knew
nothing of the orange, or .it least
it was not grown By them. With
the {toman civilizati'i i, I he en!-
turo of fruits spre id over Rurop ,
and from there to America,
N O T I C B.
THE Annual i I nnt il meeting
of the Shareholders of the
Bahamas Building Loan and Im-
provement Company Limited will
be held at the Company's Office in
Bay Street on Thursday the 30th
insi at 8 p.m.
W11. E. FOUNTAIN
Asst, v"' retary,
Maiden Trip
New Three Masted Schooner
CORINTHIA
WILL leavi N iu foi Jack
sonville, Fl 1 about the
roth November, If sufficii nt in-
ducement offers will touch .it
Miami on the way up.
For Freight 01 Passage
Apply to
T. C JOHNSON.
Oct. tS, 1913. Agent.
STANDARD OIL CO'S
Gasoline
I hums 1 to Gallon-.
Delivered Wharf.I. P. Sands
mi arrival "France* E."
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
Cash on Delivery.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
September 2 {, 1913.
\V. \. \I VI HER
UNDER I \KER
DESIRES to inform Ins friends
.111,1 the Public th 11 he has
liust received a complete outfit of
facilities for the business of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
Inay be eotrusted to his care with
kystem and despatch ; and n peel
lully solicits their patmnag Get
liV Prices first and prove that they
Ire the very lowest for first class
rork.
ANOlHf.K HIP!*IKNT
OF TRUNKS AND I.KATHCR
GOODS, Just Kcrcived;
WILLIAMS
fill. SHOEMAN
II is just added to his already
laijre supply in tin- line,
lish and Anif-
11, in I ruuks. Eng-
lish and American
I ll'ss Suit l .'Is' s
(some of which
in idr of compress-
fibre.)
Kit Bags, Satchels, Atl id '-,
and foiled Linen Bags a
Prices more interesting than
ever.
Persons on the eve of
travelling will do
well to visit I Ins I )c.
partment and make
a select ion now.
WILLIAMS'
WHOLI SALE ANU RETAIL
DEPARTMENT.
277, 279 Bay-stieet,
FOR BENT.
HOUSE on Last Ray Street, hi
present occupied by B, P.
Sturrup Esq. possession given isl.
K\ .Mst.
I'l'lv to,
WALTER K. Mf).)Ri:
!
NOTICK
A V IN G been appointed
AGENT for M MM S PINE-
APPLE FERTILIZER in
e Bahamas I am able to supply
customers with sami t m mu-
(icturers price which is f 14 per ton
ol 8 barieli 01 $ j :, 1, per 1 nrrel of
250 lbs. F. O. B, New V
This Fertilizei can also be ob-
tained through any ssim
House in New York, or direct from
Manufactuiers Bt the same pi n ,..
I shall be glad to take any one
desii ions nf si., ing i 1 (,l)_
t lined from the use oj tins Ferti-
liser to n'\ 1 ultivatinns in Nassau
which mul n m\ in e am one that
Mupet Fertilixei is tlie kind beat
suited to our soil for the growing
of pineapples.
WALTER K MOORE.
F'RESH FRUIT Just Re. e v ;
per S. S, "Segiiranca" S lling
at Reasonable Pi ices viz
Pe 11 Pears.
Culifornifl drapes.
K ing Apples,
h 1
I \>. L. SAUNDERS. &. ( O.
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN,
M \NIK)L!N and GUI I VR.
Pianos timed and Repaired
Orders taktn for Private
Entertainments.
(>7 West sto 1.
Fresh Just Arrived
ONION SEEDS from I'enenlfi
and all other Vegetable Si "I
.AT TOO IKS.
.1,0 l'i iy Street
WP. would iform ill who appreciate a Goo
li tve on hind an extensive Stock of MAM
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest
Wrappers, and Havana fillers throoghoat.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premisj
and greal pains are taken to produce an article of
The suo 1 ave met with in the p 111 li s Is i
the pat of connoiseurs
J. L. SAL
Smoke that we ii'"
AN \ CIGARS. W
I avana and Sumatfi
by skilled workmeaj
uperioi quality,
Confident Iy toexpeo
LI RS & Co.
I'..i\ Street.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
Air( menl 1 >f
I loliday Cakes ind I andies
duect from the Factor) su h .is
Rainbow Mixed
(>ur DVtiling
Dixie Plan 1.11 ion
Our llohhy and I irent
Mixed Ca esat iaci lb Mixed
Candies .,! i I i I i p |h \|sn the
follow in:' 1 aki s in Packages at 6
c is. Rr< is n ( en ikii 8.O. I'. I 'ies ml
Lunch 1 as. mis. 1:,,.. ,ir,......qusl
ed in quHlit)
A I TOO 1*1 'S
East B i\ Stre t.
Shingles
Besl No. 1 I [earl ,in. Cypi
Shingli s at S',.' pei thou-
sand ol 20 bundles
Discount on lots of over
51x10 shingles.
Special Price
also ini 'in aper gradesalso
5m. Cypress .-it $6.72 pi r
thousand of ap bundles. This
price made p issible by a very
larg purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Nassau, N. I'..
Sept, 36, 1913,
l I '; SALE
HOUSE and Lot on Weal St
for p irtii ulars apply to M
I-.. Dean 01 Michael Ryan, 135 W
132 St. New V'ork Citv.
M\ss.\r
Bargain House
Are Rec livi :: : ; I lay's ste 1 n
er A large su; >ly of New goods:
BLANKETS, BLANKETS.
AtiRI- \ I I'.am on Lot of Al
Wool Bankets at *-., ica
1 as., i6s, and 1 each,
IV I hi se t ie bought a mui
less than the fi.irkft value and anj
great bargain
I jC'ise ..f
ai the prii
'me CorselS, 'I l'i
from an English minufacturei a
Js III (is. a |i or.
1 Case Ladka' and Men's Sir a v
Hats.
A I 11 ge BSStnt. Ladies' Winti
Co its fi urn 10m t" 1 4s.
A 15 irgain in L idiei lilack I lost
in be 1 Id at 11 p 1 r.
An .'. In 1 I. 1 Ie I lb 1.' 'I of L.'nlier
Mia fine qullity, White Shir
Waists '.ii \ to ( each, thei
waists are wortli mui h more.
Bird "'is in ladies White I rrett
< ioo I- in Ma 1 qli*i Ue, Voile, Ma-
dias, Suiting*, Sawns &c.
Ah mi .| "o yd-. Prints, als
^ otto is, Pi icilfs, C(Atonnesv I
Mos.|i-i|i. Net! at only j-. fid. pel
piece ol a!> "Ut 10 vards.
A, f. MOORI
NOTICE.
TIMS is to infirm rny I'atron
and the I'ulilir m (lenera
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
read> to do anythini; in the line 0
(ieueral repair or new work Hors
Shoeing Specially. All work domj
Mechanical I v.
P.A.Huyler.
Bay Street. Last (Wharf;
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