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1 H E I R I li II M. XLbc {Tribune Tuesday. November II. 1915 I UK LABOUR QUESTION. It can hardly be doubted that a large im rease of out tourist traffic would do something towards improving laboui conditions. As we have stated, no single factor could bring about a healthier state of affairs gen' rally, h is only by a combination of different methods and means that we ran hope to gel things on to a better basis. We want more visitors, and we want a longer season. We believe that < j n i to a number our people stay on in this colon \ because they have become p of the stalT of h, |ps m the Colonial Hotel. If we had more hotels, we would haves largi r number oi people who would consi ler themselves engaged foi certain months m the year, an who would adjust their mode of life and place of abode to that circumstani e But we want a very large growth of our tourist traffic. : we are to make any great dtmi niitioii in the outflow of our people to (he United States, 1 we want to rartoui ""Her, so as tn catch and hold mam who leave us in Novem hi i and I %  i emb< r. W are very strongly of opinion that Nassau will not vei I irg ly improve its position as a v. inter resort until steanu rsi fail in v'i inside the bar. 1 not out of order to esl whether Bermuda could have Htti ii ted so manj i isitors nn 1 njfM a seasi f so much ler duration, if steamers could not get into shell waters for the purpose of land MIL' I "Is. VN i are hoping for the preei*l a small fleet of oui 1 ruisers in January. We hope some m a position to do so will plains ol these men of-wai how much thi y like l\ ing in the open roadstead VVe understan 1 that n >t long ago, n hen a cruiser \ isited us, she lancle i an army fficei and went out to sea until it was time for him to embark ag lin A on that we have he ird for course of action i is th it oui roadsti ad is ol su li a nature that while lying there they need '•-I to keep up full steam and thought it best toget OUI and use it. At any rate the opinion 1 of competent naval men given on the spot would help US to find out whether it were not well at almost any cost to dredge a portion of our harbour. We were told on very high authority four or five years that oneverv important company the f'Roval Mail," we be lieve) objected to calling here on that account. Given a smooth landing, the objections of many tourists who have visited Nassau a I read v would vanish, and instead, of cursing Nassau on account of the getting there, they w oM recommend it. It must be remembered th it a incAugusta Thompson, Rebecca Saunders, I.ncilla Corfias, Jemi mia Walker, Cecilia Cray. Gladvs Oliver, and Susan Pin der ; Mi tsrs Theophitous Hub lard. Samuel Rahming, Ezekiel •smith, Westman Lloyd, Charles Rahming, Simeon Bo we, rhom is Moo e. Fred! Young, George Seymour, Emma iuel Pratt, Joshua Edgecombe, Prince Edgeoombe, Edward Ihurows, Shedrach Seymour W diiam Turner. Flward Johns' 'ii. Liverpool JOIIIISMH, J ( ,,, Munroe, Samuel McKenz Charles Storr, Ahab Poitier. Z< phaniah Dawkins, John Rahming, Henry Wilkinson, liam Braynon, Emman he being an inhabitant asrwell as any of ns, with j>erkaps a. wider knowledge <.T the Irish' than we. However hematfrme proposed it, only as a sAject for an essay and in this JJiv it would doubtless prove both insting and instructive, and :t i certainly a subject that night be taken up by the i ,.>|', in which the pupils are workifgfor i ertificates from the College of Preceptors and the Oxford and Cambridge Locals. r Yours, AN INHABITANT. larger tourist traffic vould j Corfias, Irwin Qorsett, Timothy iulmer, John i Ail! i ier, Gre jan Concur, Fiank Franks. Samuel L>a\ is. .1 | ., g \. William and Samuel Oliver ; Master? Laurence Basletti, William Walker, AlweH Gray, (59) Mr. I Richard Thompson sailed on Saturday on the mad 0 'ncr "Arawak" for \\ il create a demand for a 1 supply of fruits, vegetables, Stock and poultrv Rv the way. Will it be within the scop.and the power of the new Bi iard of Agi ifulture to improve the breed of poultry i wfth a view to getting a larger yield ? We hope so. >v. it,, 5. ribuite. For the benefit of the ( hildren, lingt Island. The Police Band Concert on 1 -.1 iy will be given n1 4. 15 in the afternoon and thereafter a month. The "Imperial Theatre" ke ps 1 I ite. New pictures, re I ived bv the \drn.""al" V'f-Ster d iv, HI be given to morrow %  Wed in sdayj evening, $c I S hr. Admiral arrived, lav from \|i inn with him in -I"s and dynamite .n,i\ 1 1 1 lassengers, Mrs \rahella Rahming and I I n, I'li/ah. fh Smith, J dr-.-i Mitchi II and Alber'th 1 Rolle and child; Miss Ale i Kemp: Me-srs Frank Saunder*, Kefix inders and Prank l> Smith The,Vhr."Hattie H. Roberts" arrived yesterday from Ki •; ton [amaic 1, wiili J^ pu iHie 11 Rum, > b e; • 1 %  11 a id j bags e. The Motor "Prances 1." 1. fi for Miami this motning with mails and the following passenMis-, \ora L Davis, (Je • I'u r ws, Lavinia Watkins.Ol n 1 Zepl 1 C 1 fias, t. %  cilia < iray. Clotilda I i ay, Ann is 1 n 11 Raphailia iray. Annie Cuhner. Alice Malcolm, and Louise Demcritte; Mesdams* Remilda Billiard, Edith Uahm1 1 th Nov M>I j I Editor of The 'T111>i 1 e •sir. I nn very glad in see that the Re\ Wilfred Stanhope Liivell i ll is made an attempt to "st'e igthen your hands" on the Eniigi iti m Probfem. "Feu. 1 late 'i. in never," and I sin. F hope that the other men who r< 1 apabli 01 guiding "public thought will not remain in the background to which then 1 est) I imagine has 1 ted them. li is but s, id,,m th.it such men HS the R lid geiitlrm..ii take an interest in the material progress of humnitity, at least in the II iham is, though it is not u %  • %  .1 ble Isew here, and I think that the Pulpittmighi often lie I i|, 1 i i j, I <, \ rd than il sum. 'tiiii.s is I he questions ri >posr*d bv Rev. Mr. Lavell are on 1 •\ hole not difficult to ans ver, and I agree with hi 11 that the) sl|. mil Hot be s|iup|\ Vrs and No; \ very wise king has said 11111: i 1 111 • multitude ol cfiun sellors th re is safely," and il may be that we shall amply verify the aph. >i ism, b\ an 1 fusion of new thought and ide is The 1st question is a difficult one for us to answer, and orel would have supposed that M Loved might ausue it hi nselt, The Editor of The Tril Sir, Fast m uuh one of your correspondents referred to the fines paid in The Mngistratl 1 Court. It is awfully sad, though instructive to notice in connection with the subject v. ijh which you \I.IV been so i-onspicuttsly idemitied for the past wee km or two, and always ha e been. I he Laboui AIH\ "F -.odus to Klorida" Questions, th it a h w of the Clans under discussion, paid during the month of Qgtu her into the Public Chest, through the Magistral) 's Court, fines to the amount of /30 4. 0 Just think of it ! A few "f llie poor men, the OppKsi (I men, the men who live from hand to mouth the stone breakers, tlin ders paj ing into the Public ;t annually INTEREST AY I HE KAIL OF4 P.C. ON / 1 %  ,."<>" ! • OH ROYAL BI VS ANOTHBK BANK Negotiations Concluded for I'nn liase ..f I >i 1 ish GuiMia Bank. I he Royal Bank of Canada has com baled negotiations |nr 1 In* purchase of the Hank of Hi 1 lish Guiai a At a (netting of le s||.,ifn.i|i|ers of the lattei bank held hiw ei It at (iei 1 '1 tow n, Demerara, the offei of the Royal Hank was ace-pled, ami there remain but the legal foi in? alilies to c.fluplete the purchase. The British Guiana Hank lias II stablished s'irfce i8jfi altd has branches at (ieor^etown, I lemeraia, and New Amsterdam Bvrbice. The bank has tot.d assets of -S 1,680,000 an I is capitabz -d at $926,520. 1 he stall of the Hritish Guiana Bank will be retained by the Royal Hank, and Mr. John



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T I III T K I Mi N R H. Lain", will be retained as manager. By purrh; se of this bank the Royal greatly strengthens its connections, as the volume of trade between Canada and De mernra is already very great and is Increasing rapidly.—"Flrian • cial Post" of Canada. BY RADIO TELEGRAPH. Octobei toih i<'3. Kieff Unssia, IO. — Mendel Beilisthe je>w, was acquitted today "f the alleged blood ritual murder of Andrew Cusjhinskv in March 1911. Washington, 10 President Wilson nominated Dudley Field Malonr to be Collector of Cos toms of the Port of New York to succeed John Porrny Mit chell who w;i recently elected Mayor of New York City. New York. 10. The Bond of arbitration in the dispute between conductors and • trainmen of eas'ern raid >ads will file their 1 raid in the United States su preme Conn late this evening. It isundent* 1 >d t 1.a the h >ard will direct a wage increase ol seven and one h iif |>ercent, which will me in .111 mcie,i-e in the railroad* payroll of mure than seven million dollars. London, 10.—Sir Y-insittnrt Bowater was inaugurated Lord Mayor of the Citj "( \j >TK 1 in to day ami I all 1 -leinni'v and dis play which thai ancient custom demands. W ishington, 10. While the adminstration has practically given ii|> 11 %  >|>< %  >f .1 peai eful so lution of the \l 'xican situation it is le.lined that this government has not -..M anv lime limit to the |M rtod "f |iis negotiations in Mexico Citv li v is alto in ide known that the pic gidenl h is not as yet committed himself lo any d< li nite cours i of action. I lo plans, however, on an embargo 011 exports of arms and ammunition into Mexico. After locking up the captain and first and second mates they turned the bark homeu aid. Pekin, 10.—TheChino Fr nch Bank has signed a contracl fi ir a loan to the Chinese government of thirty million dollars. New York, 10. — Blizzards that have practically isolated all the big cities of the middle west paratvzed the territory between New York and Chicago today. Trams are hours behind and in some cases altogether snow bound. Telephone and telegraph wires are down every where. Washington. 10. The c inmittee phosen by the I louse of Representatives decided todaj that the House wedding pre sent io Mi— Jessie Wils in, daughter of the president, would be a diamond ornament valued at two thousand d illars. Concord, N. II.. in.It is expei ted that the 1 i '11, i! 111. 11 j heai ing in the I larry Thaw ha b< as ei 1 1 MIS pi iceeilings will be 11.in | d I >r early next ek. Washington, to: Esjii al Sub ultted to the llOUSe ask fi 1 three million d ilia rs t • be ap piopn.ited for Hie defence of the Panama Canal am! the Hawaiian Isl,Hills. C M'.l F.CiR WIs November nth IQI ]. Washington, o. Bi i*il appw'|n 1 a ted 9 1 %  "" I'm" rep r< iit.ition at the Panam I' lie 1 K posit ion Mexico, %  |ohn Lino, I' dent Wilsons personal representative in Mexico, was in con ference here tonight for more than two hours with Sir Limit Cardeu, fie Britisli Ministei Neithei would repeat f 1 P ibTication the gist of their c inverseti'in. Concord. N. 11. G iv mor 1'elki.r honoured the requisition oi the si.ne of New V r for the extradition of i larry Thaw I he case is now 1 insferrei' lo the federal curls, where a writ "f hnbeas corpus on l half of "haw is is pending. shock occurred here tonight. No damage was done but the people are gr< at!) alarm' d. Reading, I Ian I, 9 —The l nilmists todaj \ e re victorious in the election made n< 1 sarj o\ the w ithdrawal of Sir K'ufus Isaacs. The greatest interest centered in the contest, Captain Wilson, Unionist, capturing the seat with 5144 v ( p 1 ,11 N(J01 ich, Liberal, 1 e 1 .jo ;i. The So 1 liists a feature of the Marconi controversy. The Unionists made opposi tion to home rule and the insurance act then rallying 1 ry. \! \iro City. o. -I'lo-. isional President I luerta, it was learn ed in authoritative citcles I today, has secun rk night on 1 he Pai ilic < 'neat K 1st em Railway grad n< tf New port,con t\ ing up w there I O-iT O X IV y loi between Market a a 1 rn I'. 11 ..11 Pai I. i^f containing I • i-and |tattei us. I iC. E. ALIURY'S Pliilndelplii.-,, 10 — AII nrmed crew from the revenue cutter Onondaga in charge of an Ann • rican four masted bark today anchored oil I.ewes Delaware with mutinous crew aboard the vessel. She tailed from Philapelphia for San Francisco and when of! Bermuda the crew mutinied, i Mess na, <). A strong earth Munich, u— Ludw ig 111., the new King of Bavaria, took tinoath of otlice lodav THE Magazine that makes* Fact more fnMclnalinu than Fiction "WIIITTIN SO VOU CAM UNDERSTAND IT" A GREAT Continued Slory of thr World's PropruuLhh % >i mai begta reading sti any lima, ami which will hold you interest • n 1 1. is running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it ? Two millions of people %  re, and il is the favorite with progressive readers in South as well as in North A It appeals to all classes—old and younmen and women—those who know and those who want to know. 2S0 PAGES EACH MONTH SOO PICTURE200 ARTICLES OF GENERAL INTEREST The "Shop Notae" Department CO pages gives ea=y ways to do tntl i males useful articles for home and t>hop, repairs, etc. "Amataur Mechanics" (10] tgOWtO make Mission furniture, wireless ..titnls, boats, i engines, magic, and all the thtnuR a boy loves., By mull, PT year 92.00 ((; WRITS fOR mtl SAMPLE COPY TOD4 1, il"iin, 1 y loves. J (;.ki)j DDAV I A WAN II D S|> 11.Ni "nl.ir Chi '. A 11 j 1 \ I ilbuoe Offii 1 NO IK I. I I \ \" I N 1 been pp linted 1 AGENT foi MXPES IMS*" APPLE I ER riLIZER the Bali 1 mas I aiu able i" sopj CUSlOim I. M llll s.,ii|i:it III inU irers pi ice Inch is 844 pei loo ,, I 5.50. pei 1 .,in I ol -'.50 Hi-. I'. (). B. Ne York. I hiFertill ''" "'>: lained lliroujji nn> > %  m iiis-i -n Hou'iin New York, I ( >m Manufacturers ^1 the same pi 1 e. I sli ill be glad lo 1 ike any nn| ious nl vri MIL: ihe r> suits ob. 1 lined from Ihe n%  %  ol this KeiuIIZT to i"\ cultiviitionHI Na au M hrli must ci mvin-1 I Mtipes I i-i 1111/1 1 is lie kind -in ed in nui soil foi ' 'H "f pineapples. \\ VI. ITR K MO IRK. w ANTED 100Cpies of tin Canadian Exhibition 1 Nurabi r of i lie Strombus," at the 0 if The Ti ibune' \t)l JCK "1 "I ll> is In remind the Pul A .,1 (he 1 ). I Stan 1 i"\, S. I Hi it's Joinei Shop E si Baj Mieei, ii is HUM un ii'i IIHMan iiienl il I VMES \. EVANS CON I K' \ I'DH AND JOINER 1 1 HI. I nade > offi 1 ription, I .'in pit |i ired lo BIV< i lent w 1 'i IBetl of ie 1 ences, P01 li us, V 1 iu c.nili'l. at thai He can soil ) THI-, WOKtil'S JU.ij.- 111 ikes powi rful the a ime STANUAHU ENGINE. I'OIHII.AK MKCHANICS CO. 116 W i.li.ii.-i.n .' CHICAOO Lloyd's Kegi> 1 1 shows Hits tinpower "l the timjoiity. Uack of the Stan guaranti is the Sras(iurd Motor Constr1 1 tion Co r; 1 I'IUI St., .In-. \ City, N. J. CHAS. E. ALBUHY, N issau, N. P. figt ni 1.11 the Rah tmas.



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'* ^ I ll I I W I II II M'' ". In rariety ntf> rm thrives iie-t in a medium quite neutral or n alkaline.another will d in a medium Imvint quite a di ri %  wacidity. Wheretl i s., m %  of germs, as there Always is %  | intestine, those geniM will most rapidly and crowd the, others out thai fin Is conditions of temperI "* ur *i acidity, and food most i .voi U R ''•' '" 'heir growth For ihis re i. son, a fruitdi. | would be foil %  by the predominance of certain types of Imcteria, a meat oiei l.\ another type, a |, v ,,„.. ""''• %  '""> -" "M ha ll,.' different mixtures. Then the nntu I the secretions habitual i secieted In na individual would have mu oo with the halm,,.,! !)„ %  ;,,., I i-tn. Nowii ,. mote than p blethai cerlainpersons have R ten il^iowth ih ii,f,,. ; n ,,, %  resh strawberries are eaten, is-. ,p. nbleol mi reaaing rapidly, and for. """-.' "Minn toxic pro lucts thc.l mffst ihenvelves by the -kin uble we (all hives I -a V this is bm it" h proved, rinl the proof w< uld ooubtl ss be i-ery .l,!<.'i u |t. STANDARD (MI. CO' i Gasoline I learns i to Gallons. Delivi n I Wharf J. 1'. Sands 0:1 arrival "Fran'i es E." Only Five Drums each week. GALL. 22cts. (To I)., ponti C) FOUND v the W'nin R, ,,,| a White Worsted I oque. Apply at T< ibuae Mice NOTICE. r l IK is to inform my P it mm and the Public in < l< that I have opened my Pi Black Smith Shop; and am n > ready to do anything in the mi I (ieneial repair or new work 1 Shoeing Special I) Ul M 011 rtoon Mecli inica 11 v. P. A. riuyl Baj Strei t. Kasi 1VI1 11 Fresh Just Arrived O NION SEEDS Fr, m 1.-... ,IHI all other W^ei ih \ l I 1 l E'S 1 11 lt-rt Stl 1" '. EN I ERTAINMENI ATS-I. MARY'S S Hi M >l. R(( ) \l ON I HUR3DAY 13th 11 l"< • L'OMMI Ml I \ I Bp.m. ADMISSM IN is. Mil; SALf I I 'I 'SE and l-"t on Wesi Si, I lor |' 11 11 ul ,rs ;ippl) to M. K. I >•11 or M 1 -:. 1 1 1 j 1 A'. Ija v i \' • 1 V % %  i. • %  GEO. L. DAYIS Ml' ik' M SSI INS I ,!VI \ ( N I'lWc, VIOLIN, \l \\l>( >l.'.\ and (.11 I" \U. Pianos Iutied and hVpnii rd Order* taki \tt Entertainmi Cash en Delivery. C, C. SAUNI)ERS. FOUND. O N I hursd ly, 4H1 '-< ; t. mil 11orue's ('I, nnel, Ne\ I' nvi1 e, e>ne ,>| • % %  1 k el p 1 inted White ml and insi name 01 marl 1. > point In owner, LEV1 WRIGHT Mangrove (!oy .\ 11111. .s [.land THE NEXT TIME you are buying Soap make no mistake, hut ask for Sunlight Soap. Alter you have used it in your wash, you will always remember to say Sunlight Soap It will become a friend i:i the home. You won't t 1 il. and you will never w ithout it. \\ CORINTHIA J I !.l leave N issa 1 foi 1 V son .hout the N ,' induceme it touch at Miami on il I'. 11 1 I %  % %  I 1:1 Pass App I. l,. JOHNSON, ( let. I \ '-'H. LEVEB BROTHERS LIMITED, Port Sunlight, England. \ A J I would ifonn all who appreciate a Good Smoke that wen w \\ h iv .m h .nd .HI extensive Stock of HAVAN \ t IGARS, We %  _• 11 % %  ., 1 • %  ,our brand to be made ol the finest Havana and Sumatre ; I I iv.ma |1 ih is ih,. nigboUl. These Ci n rtufactured n nui premises by skilled word and si l 1 %  rn to produce an ai tide of super mi quality. I %  we have met with'in the past leads us confidently to expect the pa Iron ige. nl connoi seurs, J. I s\| \|i! RS ,* Co. li II st 1 net. W. A. M VI HER 1 NDI H 1 kK D ESIRES to i and the Public thai he. hat IU-I > 1 nutfit ">l faiiliti 1 he busii ileitaker, which 11. a hoii in < II, .s, I 11 ,1 .1 ; ..ill 1 IIHV It, III I system ml : and re*|K ri fully s p my Prices I 1 i' pi ive thai 1 lej ir '1 ^lowest for lust • (11 k. FRESH JUST ARRIVED \ N extra I ..II %  M m 'Ml ..( II did ij ^ ki (I I ainlies ilnecl fioin I '••' I u iiltnw Mixed 1 IUJ I .l I' %  ('in I i buy .<>\A 2 jot • "'ul M xe.l '.' 1 Ill VflXed (.' nltlK I 1 \is" till ft 111,1 vv 1 %  11; s 1,1 I |Ms U 11 -. 1 '. I I'I In .,, 1 'a. is. I h -' 1 <' Ull '|'i il ed in on ility. A I lOOTE'S • r. \ su J C. jCOAKLEY'S PennyCigar "LadysiTiith Brand" /: is b:tter than a 2d. Cigar dsewiic-re. Tr en andbi conv'meof its --xc2lle.it quail Shingles 11 I No. 1 I leart 5'in. C\ press Shingles %  • per ihous,nui ul JO bundles I liseounts en lotsi >f 1 ivt r liingles. Special Price ,ils,i.in cheap 1 gradi s -also ;,in. Cypress at ^6.; 2 p r th, 1 isand "I 20 bundles. This pi 1 e madi p isible l>\ a vi ry large pun Itase. Fresh %  stork arri\ ii|g 1 i*ery C. C. SAUNDE kS. ANOIHF.R SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LK.ATHER GOODS. Just Received; V\ 7 11 I I \MS I Mlsi l()| \| \\ I las jiisi add< il to his al ieady la 1 vi Ipply lit the line. I :i'.ii-li .,,icl ,\me• 11 I runic*. I 11 I isll ami A iii'i 11 .111 lr-ss suit L'lM (si)ine ul w liu h are in.ul,, -I i ( HI 1 pi essfibre.) Kit (tags, Sath.ls, Attaches, nnd "•inled Linen Bags at Pi ,1 -,'s more ll,', ulii, n ih in ever. Pi rsona on the eve of ti ivefliof will do \\ e|| 10 visit this |)^. paitment and make a seh ( I inn DOW, Ull. 1.1 Wl-' WHOI l-.s\i 1. \\ii RETAIt l EPARI VIEXT. 277, 279 II ay-stieet,



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) 0) CO ^ Nulliua awddictus tvirare in verb* m&gistrl. Being bound to iwtM to the Dogma.* f no Master. VOL.. X. Nassau. N. P.. Ba.ha.me.*. Tuesday. November 11. 1913 No. 297 LEON I.. H. Dl'Fl l II, i HOB AS Ik Flltu Ol'KlCK • 3 H 44 MA.UI -TKKK'I N'aasau N. P., BAHAMAS. r. it. r. %  li PUBLISHED DULY. Momlay, A/ednesilay anil Friday— tingle cop^ ... ... Jii. Tnasdav.Tfa "'l.iv and Rstnrday— tmiilp Cop* ••• Ill vVeekly |<1 Monthly I V 4'l 1 e It *. rlalfYearl< I '.-.. .. ... I' 1 P4YABLB IN IDVANCR, \ R ,ies:—Six pence pet line foi lit-i insertion ; II l 'line for second inwtiont ami i "vper i, up fni -iili-n|iipnl in pi lion* Advertisement! undei ei I line rUIII Q. II. Heal l.'-l. I. (continueed) RAW FRUITS The Strawberry -w iiI prolwbly always be |;i>|itil.'ii, notw iihstand" nit; .ill tluii can be said in il w i) .if possible lyplmid ci ol; alinn, d\ -in:, i v, and ili' liki j and | ha pa here in Vmerica, il '• %  st'i* %  berry nyillalWHyi lieprefeirst \ineiicans ,i: dpi ti.sxy il, ,i il w i.imult li.n e Minw beny n w I'lmut courting den lb, |i|.is nut '"ili living, mid III as \v i-ll laki' i lie risk In I HI i, ili. IP is probably m. n potenti.il vitality in an optimism which refuse* to believe llml terms c*n injure ibe Iwdy Hi m in .i hnct>*rioli igical enl ightenment j hai H us ,idanl in eat anyihing mid i verything, leal wa swallow a few germs, Sm I. a fear of germs is i i the w 'Ts| germ \\ nh w Inch one can be infected. I'm I il Would seem that tin re inighi be H middle ground, where, without a constant fear that sve may be aw*Mowing in occasional dieaar germ, people might habituate ihi nis-'lv i-in i ,1 1 I in as near an uncontntiiin ited Mate ,is possible, hu s. use • cli-.ii>11in--—. ami decency thou I demand that ; foi |ln p esenc* "I gei ins is, aflat all, ihe pie< nice of what, in common parlnneje, we call hlili : an.l as we bei oine more civilised, we I* come more loath to our food 'lie accompany-Ij ing filth, which, with fmi b S' 'lis ( Berkeley), a fund exp'i i w rking in conm i tu>n v.i'li the pure food laboi i nf ihe Stat boa 'I "I health w ith the Unked Slates' \o\ ei in I x .-i i men I Station, has mai I sVete* •..( mttemn oh er\ t inns mi a number of fiutlwhich hai • %  shown that (nuts a.i M e ll utilized in Ihe or: and that those w ho live rill i rely "il a fruit ami nut dntai y well nourished, I he detai s of ih is work are L; > ^ > n in the HulleI ins i of the Exne inn nl Sami -. United Stales Departin.'lit i .1 \•_:11< ul'ure, and an i red i" in r H I iin'is' Ilullelin No. St ites I ) %  u irtmi nt of A a i In nineiv-lh nts w iilt g men, as pef> irted b) the |" !'• i tagi s i.f ili %  various nu ii ii nn eh ments asimilat< d v proti iii 93 p.c. I i 95 p.c. i orates .p.c. I Iitis the fruits are at, well haiiiMfd as ilie ordinary mixe I diet, notwithstandn I i. pul it inn, even among doi ; i.a 1-1 Ing "inili^i siii.li \s bef..re iutimaied, ihe bad name fiuit has p., .iveil in this II ii in is pro %  bablv due to the presence ol advcntitiiius germi ; and much i I tins double may In; avoided by using fiuit luilv ripe and no! overripe, free fi %  %  ni all decayed RDOtS, thoroughly clean, ami carefully peeled, II -nine eases, bj ihe avoid i nl uncooked fruits. FRUITS II XA MVI'. F inils have long had a n pulat Kin for being laxative, I Ins Quality ol mcieasing intestinal I eristalsis is due paitly, perhaps, to ihe presence of cellulore, pnitly to the Sugar, which is a laxative, and partly in some cases, perh to the fentjentation and Formation of organic acids which act ns a stimul nit or mild irrit mt to the intestinal mucous membrane. Possibly it is because oi its tendency i" ferment thai sugai itself is a lax alive. It may be to this laxative effect, pariry, that fruil owes fts reputation for being pooling ; for in those cast s u IK re ihe ti ndency is to eat heavilv in summer, and thus give the h idy a large amount of fuel t<> born up, the laxative .ti cl of fruit may hurry this mass through the int. s iincs lief ore it has a ch nice to be completely absorbed, and thus rid the body of a lot .. unueeded fuel. In that it fur. nishes a large bulk without a cori spun ii..jlv larg€ fuel value, il M*u i tom* m* i\i A i Mi" appetite w ithi ut the neci ssity nl taking on H I "u"> ol fuel. In any i ase, we know from experi c tint fruits are lax itive, and thai they are refrigerant, and i onsequentl) that Ihey are excellent fi>r summer, except in t c i es where mere is a tendency t" trine*. And if fruil were eaten more in the spring, as the w< nthei moderates, in place ol ihe he iviel I of winter, thet! would be ..I that complaint, ot sti iki the internal organs known as Spling lever. IDIOSYNCRASY l*here are persons who find that cannot at certain fruits No matter how fund they Bieol them, ihev learn thai win never they eat them they have trmihle,ll itll... the abdomen swelling like a bhlloon and causing grt it distress and embarrassment, headache, hivi -., soui stomach, diarrhea; one in mine o( these svinptmns warning them that ihey must leave that particular fruit alone. Some must leave all acid fruits alone. Others are troubled with the solid fruits, like the apple snd banana. s.ime cannot eal strawberries without ihmost intense suffering. The writer believes that thl idiosyi i i ate due tn the bacterial conditionol the intestines. Germs are rather particular as to thenplace ol growth. This may he an astounding statement, but it i it


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Nulliua awddictus tvirare in verb* m&gistrl.
Being bound to iwtM to the Dogma.* f no Master.
VOL.. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Ba.ha.me.*. Tuesday. November 11. 1913
No. 297
LEON I.. H. Dl'Fl l II,
i HOB as Ik Flltu
Ol'KlCK 3H 44 MA.UI -TKKK'I
N'aasau N. P., Bahamas.
r. it. r. li
PUBLISHED DULY.
Momlay, A/ednesilay anil Friday
tingle cop^ ... ... Jii.
Tnasdav.Tfa "'l.iv and Rstnrday
tmiilp Cop* Ill
vVeekly .......|<1
Monthly ......IV 4'l
1 e It ........*.
rlalfYearl<
I'.-.. .. ... i'1
P4YABLB IN IDVANCR,
\ R ,ies:Six pence pet line
foi lit-i insertion ; II l 'line
for second inwtiont ami i ......"vper
i,up fni -iili-n|iipnl in pi lion*
Advertisement! undei ei I line
rUIII -
Q. II. Heal l.'-l. I.
(continueed)
RAW FRUITS
The Strawberry -w iiI prolwbly
always be |;i>|itil.'ii, notw iihstand"
nit; .ill tluii can be said in il w i)
.if possible lyplmid ci ol;.......alinn,
d\ -in:, i v, and ili'- liki j and |
ha pa here in Vmerica, il '.
st'i* berry nyillalWHyi lieprefeir-
.....st \ineiicans ,i: dpi ti.sxy
il, ,i il w i.imult li.n e Minw beny
n w I'lmut courting den lb,
|i|.- is nut '"ili living, mid
III as \v i-ll laki' i lie risk In
I hi i, ili. ip is probably m. n poten-
ti.il vitality in an optimism which
refuse* to believe llml terms c*n
injure ibe Iwdy Hi m in .i hnct>*ri-
oli igical enl ightenment j hai h
us ,idanl in eat anyihing mid i v-
erything, leal wa swallow a few
germs, Sm I. a fear of germs is
i i the w 'Ts| germ \\ nh w Inch
one can be infected. I'm I il Would
seem that tin re inighi be h middle
ground, where, without a constant
fear that sve may be aw*Mowing in
occasional dieaar germ, people
might habituate ihi nis-'lv i-- in i ,1
1 I in as near an uncontntiiin ited
Mate ,is possible, hu s. use !
cli-.ii>11in--. ami decency thou I
demand that ; foi |ln p esenc* "I
gei ins is, aflat all, ihe pie< nice of
what, in common parlnneje, we
call hlili : an.l as we bei oine more
civilised, we I* come more loath to
our food 'lie accompany-Ij
ing filth, which, with fmi b S' 'lis-
ondiment. So n is possible
ih .' a in1 e discriminating people
w ill be constrained to say, "No un.
cooked strawberries for us."
DIGESTIBILITY OF I Uili-.
By many persons fruits are re-
gaidi : n"i as !' od, ; in ratlii r as a
luxui \. a kind of conrfTintnt,some-
thing merelj t" please ihe palate ;
hut the wi rk "l the laboratory has
shown the,! this vi w is enl
erroneous. Profi s*oi I .11 i. ol lUe
Univerettf of I alifoni > ( Berkeley),
a fund exp'i i w rking in conm i -
tu>n v.i'li the pure food laboi i
nf ihe Stat boa 'I "I health
w ith the Unked Slates' \o\ ei in
I x .-i i men I Station, has mai I
sVete* ..( mttemn
oh er\ t inns mi a number of fiutl-
........ which hai shown that
(nuts a.i mell utilized in Ihe or-
: and that those w ho live
rill i rely "il a fruit ami nut dntai y
well nourished, I he detai s
of ih is work are l; > ^ > n in the Hulle-
I ins i of the Exne inn nl
Sami -. United Stales Depart-
in.'lit i .1 \_:11< ul'ure, and an i
red i" in rhiiin'is' Ilullelin No.
St ites I ) u irtmi nt of
A a i
In nineiv-lh nts w iilt
g men, as pef> irted b) !
the |" !' i tagi s i.f ili various nu
ii ii nn eh ments asimilat< d v
proti iii 93 p.c. I i 95 p.c. i
orates .- p.c. I Iitis the fruits are
at, well haiiiMfd as ilie ordinary
mixe I diet, notwithstandn I
i. pul it inn, even among doi ;
i.a 1-1 Ing "inili^i siii.li." \s be-
f..re iutimaied, ihe bad name fiuit
has p., .iveil in this ii ii in is pro
bablv due to the presence ol ad-
vcntitiiius germi ; and much i I tins
double may In; avoided by using
fiuit luilv ripe and no! overripe,
free fi ni all decayed RDOtS, thor-
oughly clean, ami carefully peeled,
ii -nine eases, bj ihe avoid i
nl uncooked fruits.
FRUITS II XA MVI'.
F inils have long had a n pula-
t Kin for being laxative, I Ins
Quality ol mcieasing intestinal
I eristalsis is due paitly, perhaps,
to ihe presence of cellulore, pnitly
to the Sugar, which is a laxative,
and partly in some cases, perh
to the fentjentation and Formation
of organic acids which act ns a
stimul nit or mild irrit mt to the
intestinal mucous membrane.
Possibly it is because oi its tend-
ency i" ferment thai sugai itself is
a lax alive. It may be to this lax-
ative effect, pariry, that fruil owes
fts reputation for being pooling ;
for in those cast s u Ik re ihe ti nden-
cy is to eat heavilv in summer, and
thus give the h idy a large amount
of fuel t<> born up, the laxative
.ti cl of fruit may hurry this mass
through the int.siincs lief ore it has
a ch nice to be completely absorb-
ed, and thus rid the body of a lot
.. unueeded fuel. In that it fur.
nishes a large bulk without a cor-
i spun ii..jlv larg fuel value, il
* M*uitom*m*i\iA i Mi" ap-
petite w ithi ut the neci ssity nl
taking on h I "u"> ol fuel.
In any i ase, we know from ex-
peri.....c tint fruits are lax itive,
and thai they are refrigerant, and
i onsequentl) that Ihey are excel-
lent fi>r summer, except in t
c i es where mere is a tendency t"
, trine*. And if fruil were eaten
more in the spring, as the w< nthei
moderates, in place ol ihe he iviel
I of winter, thet! would be
..I that complaint, ot sti iki
the internal organs known as
Spling lever.
IDIOSYNCRASY
l*here are persons who find that
cannot at certain fruits No
matter how fund they Bieol them,
ihev learn thai win never they eat
them they have trmihle,- ll itll-
... the abdomen swelling like
a bhlloon and causing grt it dis-
tress and embarrassment, headache,
hivi -., soui stomach, diarrhea; one
in mine o( these svinptmns warn-
ing them that ihey must leave
that particular fruit alone. Some
must leave all acid fruits alone.
Others are troubled with the solid
fruits, like the apple snd banana.
s.ime cannot eal strawberries
without ih- most intense suffering.
The writer believes that thl
idiosyi i i ate due tn the bac-
terial conditionol the intestines.
Germs are rather particular as to
then- place ol growth. This may
he an astounding statement, but it
i
it


1 H E
I R
I li II M.
XLbc {Tribune
Tuesday. November II. 1915
I UK LABOUR QUESTION.
It can hardly be doubted that
a large im rease of out tourist
traffic would do something to-
wards improving laboui condi-
tions. As we have stated, no
single factor could bring about
a healthier state of affairs gen-
' rally, h is only by a combina-
tion of different methods and
means that we ran hope to gel
things on to a better basis.
We want more visitors, and
we want a longer season. We
believe that < j n i to a number -
our people stay on in this colon \
because they have become p
of the stalT of h, |ps m the Colo-
nial Hotel. If we had more
hotels, we would haves largi r
number oi people who would
consi ler themselves engaged foi
certain months m the year, an
who would adjust their mode of
life and place of abode to that
circumstani e
But we want a very large
growth of our tourist traffic. :
we are to make any great dtmi
niitioii in the outflow of our
people to (he United States,
1 we want to rartoui
' ""Her, so as tn catch and hold
mam who leave us in Novem
hi i and I ' i emb< r.
W are very strongly of opin-
ion that Nassau will not vei
I irg ly improve its position as
a v. inter resort until steanu rsi
fail in v'i inside the bar.
1 not out of order to esl
whether Bermuda could have
Htti ii ted so manj i isitors nn
1 njfM a seasi.....f so much
ler duration, if steamers
could not get into shell
waters for the purpose of land
MIL' I "Is.
VN i are hoping for the pre-
ei*l a small fleet of oui
1 ruisers in January. We hope
some m a position to do so will
plains ol these men
of-wai how much thi y like l\ -
ing in the open roadstead VVe
understan 1 that n >t long ago,
n hen a cruiser \ isited us, she
lancle i an army fficei and
went out to sea until it was time
for him to embark ag lin A
on that we have he ird for
course of action i is th it
oui roadsti ad is ol su li a nature
that while lying there they need
'-I to keep up full steam and
thought it best toget OUI and
use it. At any rate the opinion
1 of competent naval men given
on the spot would help US to
find out whether it were not
well at almost any cost to
dredge a portion of our harbour.
We were told on very high
authority four or five years
that oneverv important com-
pany the f'Roval Mail," we be
lieve) objected to calling here
on that account.
Given a smooth landing, the
objections of many tourists who
have visited Nassau a I read v
would vanish, and instead, of
cursing Nassau on account of
the getting there, they w oM
recommend it.
It must be remembered th it a
incAugusta Thompson, Rebecca
Saunders, I.ncilla Corfias, Jemi
mia Walker, Cecilia Cray.
Gladvs Oliver, and Susan Pin
der ; Mi tsrs Theophitous Hub
lard. Samuel Rahming, Ezekiel
smith, Westman Lloyd, Charles
Rahming, Simeon Bo we,
rhom is Moo e. Fred! Young,
George Seymour, Emma iuel
Pratt, Joshua Edgecombe,
Prince Edgeoombe, Edward
Ihurows, Shedrach Seymour
W diiam Turner. Flward John-
s' 'ii. Liverpool JoIiiismh, J(,,,
Munroe, Samuel McKenz
Charles Storr, Ahab Poitier.
Z< phaniah Dawkins, John
Rahming, Henry Wilkinson,
liam Braynon, Emman
he being an inhabitant asrwell
as any of ns, with j>erkaps a.
wider knowledge <.T the Irish'
than we. However hematfrme
proposed it, only as a sAject
for an essay and in this JJiv it
would doubtless prove both in-
sting and instructive, and :t
i certainly a subject that night
be taken up by the i ,.>|', in
which the pupils are workifgfor
i ertificates from the College of
Preceptors and the Oxford and
Cambridge Locals. r
Yours,
AN INHABITANT.
larger tourist traffic vould j Corfias, Irwin Qorsett, Timothy
i- ulmer, John i Ail! i ier, Gre jan
Concur, Fiank Franks. Samuel
L>a\ is. .1 | ., g \. William and
Samuel Oliver ; Master?
Laurence Basletti, William
Walker, AlweH Gray, (59)
Mr. I Richard Thompson
sailed on Saturday on the mad
0 'ncr "Arawak" for \\ il
create a demand for a 1
supply of fruits, vegetables,
Stock and poultrv
Rv the way. Will it be with-
in the scop.- and the power of
the new Bi iard of Agi ifulture
to improve the breed of poultry i
wfth a view to getting a larger
yield ? We hope so.
>v. it,, 5.
ribuite.
For the benefit of the ( hildren, lingt Island.
The Police Band Concert on
1 -.1 iy will be given n1 4. 15
in the afternoon and thereafter
a month.
The "Imperial Theatre" ke ps
1 I ite. New pictures, re
I ived bv the \drn.""al" V'f-Ster
d iv, HI be given to morrow
Wed in sdayj evening,
$c
I S hr. Admiral arrived,
lav from \|i inn with him
in -I"s and dynamite .n,i\
1 1 1 lassengers,
Mrs \rahella Rahming and
I I n, I'li/ah. fh Smith,
J dr-.-i Mitchi II and Alber'th 1
Rolle and child; Miss Ale i
Kemp:
Me-srs Frank Saunder*, Kefix
inders and Prank l> Smith
The,Vhr."Hattie H. Roberts"
arrived yesterday from Ki ;
ton [amaic 1, wiili j^ pu iHie 11
Rum, > b e; 1 11 a id j bags
e.
The Motor "Prances 1." 1. fi
for Miami this motning with
mails and the following passen-
Mis-, \ora L Davis, (Je
I'u r ws, Lavinia Watkins.Ol n
1 Zepl 1 C 1 fias, t. cilia
< iray. Clotilda I i ay, Ann is
1 n 11 Raphailia iray. Annie
Cuhner. Alice Malcolm, and
Louise Demcritte; Mesdams*
Remilda Billiard, Edith Uahm-
1 1 th Nov m>i j
I Editor of The 'T111>i 1 e
sir.
I nn very glad in see that the
Re\ Wilfred Stanhope Liivell
i ll is made an attempt to
"st'e igthen your hands" on the
Eniigi iti m Probfem. "Feu. 1
late 'i. in never," and I sin.
F hope that the other men who
r< 1 apabli 01 guiding "public
thought will not remain in the
background to which then 1
est) I imagine has
1 ted them.
li is but s, id,,m th.it such
men HS the R lid geiitlrm..ii
take an interest in the material
progress of humnitity, at least
in the II iham is, though it is
not u .1 ble Isew here, and I
think that the Pulpittmighi of-
ten lie I i|, 1 i i j, I <, \ rd than il
sum.'tiiii.s is
I he questions ri >posr*d bv
Rev. Mr. Lavell are on 1
\ hole not difficult to ans ver,
and I agree with hi 11 that the)
sl|. mil Hot be s|iup|\ Vrs and
No; \ very wise king has said
11111: i 1 111 multitude ol cfiun
sellors th re is safely," and il
may be that we shall amply
verify the aph. >i ism, b\ an 1 .
fusion of new thought and
ide is
The 1st question is a difficult
one for us to answer, and orel
would have supposed that M .
Loved might ausue it hi nselt, '
The Editor of The Tril
Sir, *
Fast m uuh one of your corres-
pondents referred to the fines
paid in The Mngistratl 1 Court.
It is awfully sad, though in-
structive to notice in connec-
tion with the subject v. ijh which
you \i.iv been so i-onspicuttsly
idemitied for the past wee km or
two, and always ha e been.
" I he Laboui aih\ "F -.odus to
Klorida" Questions, th it a h w
of the Clans under discussion,
paid during the month of Qgtu
her into the Public Chest,
through the Magistral) 's Court,
fines to the amount of /30 4. 0 !
Just think of it ! A few "f llie
poor men, the OppKsi (I men,
the men who live from hand to
mouth the stone breakers, tlin
ders paj ing into the Public
;t annually INTEREST AY
I HE KAIL OF4 P.C. ON
/ 1 ,."<>" !
OH !
ROYAL BI VS aNOTHBK
BANK
Negotiations Concluded for
I'nn liase ..f I >i 1 ish GuiMia
Bank.
I he Royal Bank of Canada
has com baled negotiations |nr
1 In* purchase of the Hank of Hi 1
lish Guiai a At a (netting of
le s||.,ifn.i|i|ers of the lattei
bank held hi- w ei It at (iei 1 '1
tow n, Demerara, the offei of the
Royal Hank was ace-pled, ami
there remain but the legal foi in?
alilies to c.fluplete the purchase.
The British Guiana Hank lias
II stablished s'irfce i8jfi altd
has branches at (ieor^etown,
I lemeraia, and New Amsterdam
Bvrbice. The bank has tot.d
assets of -S 1,680,000 an I is cap-
itabz -d at $926,520.
1 he stall of the Hritish Gui-
ana Bank will be retained by
the Royal Hank, and Mr. John


T I III T K I Mi N R
H. Lain", will be retained as
manager.
By purrh; se of this bank the
Royal greatly strengthens its
connections, as the volume of
trade between Canada and De
mernra is already very great and
is Increasing rapidly."Flrian
cial Post" of Canada.
BY RADIO TELEGRAPH.
Octobei toih i<'3.
Kieff Unssia, IO. Mendel
Beilisthe je>w, was acquitted to-
day "f the alleged blood ritual
murder of Andrew Cusjhinskv
in March 1911.
Washington, 10 President
Wilson nominated Dudley Field
Malonr to be Collector of Cos
toms of the Port of New York
to succeed John Porrny Mit
chell who w;i recently elected
Mayor of New York City.
New York. 10. The Bond
of arbitration in the dispute be-
tween conductors and trainmen
of eas'ern raid >ads will file their
1 raid in the United States su
preme Conn late this evening.
It isundent* 1 >d t 1.a the h >ard
will direct a wage increase ol
seven and one h iif |>ercent,
which will me in .111 mcie,i-e in
the railroad* payroll of mure
than seven million dollars.
London, 10.Sir Y-insittnrt
Bowater was inaugurated Lord
Mayor of the Citj "( \j >tk 1 in to
day ami I all 1 -leinni'v and dis
play which thai ancient custom
demands.
W ishington, 10. While the
adminstration has practically
given ii|> 11 >|>< >f .1 peai eful so
lution of the \l 'xican situation
it is le.lined that this govern-
ment has not -..m anv lime lim-
it to the |m rtod "f |iis negoti-
ations in Mexico Citv
li v is alto in ide known that
the pic gidenl h is not as yet
committed himself lo any d< li
nite cours i of action.
I lo plans, however, on an em-
bargo 011 exports of arms and
ammunition into Mexico.
After locking up the captain and
first and second mates they turn-
ed the bark homeu aid.
Pekin, 10.TheChino Fr nch
Bank has signed a contracl fi ir a
loan to the Chinese government
of thirty million dollars.
New York, 10. Blizzards that
have practically isolated all the
big cities of the middle west
paratvzed the territory between
New York and Chicago today.
Trams are hours behind and
in some cases altogether snow
bound. Telephone and tele-
graph wires are down every
where.
Washington. 10. The c in-
mittee phosen by the I louse of
Representatives decided todaj
that the House wedding pre
sent io Mi Jessie Wils in,
daughter of the president, would
be a diamond ornament valued
at two thousand d illars.
Concord, N. II.. in.- It is ex-
pei ted that the 1 i '11, i! 111.11 j
heai ing in the I larry Thaw ha
b< as ei.11 mis pi iceeilings will be
11.in | d I >r early next ek.
Washington, to: Esjii al
Sub ultted to the llOUSe ask fi 1
three million d ilia rs t be ap
piopn.ited for Hie defence of the
Panama Canal am! the Hawai-
ian Isl,Hills.
C M'.l F.CiR WIs
November nth iqi ].
Washington, o. Bi i*il
appw'|n 1 a ted 9 1 '"" I'm" rep
r< iit.ition at the Panam I'
lie 1 k posit ion
Mexico, |ohn Lino, I'
dent Wilsons personal represen-
tative in Mexico, was in con
ference here tonight for more
than two hours with Sir Limit
Cardeu, fie Britisli Ministei
Neithei would repeat f 1
P ibTication the gist of their
c inverseti'in.
Concord. N. 11. G iv mor
1'elki.r honoured the requisition
oi the si.ne of New V r for the
extradition of i larry Thaw
I he case is now 1 insferrei' lo
the federal curls, where a writ
"f hnbeas corpus on l half of
"haw is is pending.
shock occurred here tonight. No
damage was done but the people
are gr< at!) alarm' d.
Reading, I Ian I, 9 The
l nilmists todaj \ere victorious
in the election made n< 1
sarj o\ the w ithdrawal of Sir
K'ufus Isaacs.
The greatest interest centered
in the contest, Captain Wilson,
Unionist, capturing the seat
with 5144 v
( p1,11 n- (J01 ich, Liberal, 1 e
1 .jo ;i. The So 1 liists
a feature of the Marconi contro-
versy.
The Unionists made opposi
tion to home rule and the insur-
ance act then rallying 1 ry.
\! \iro City. o. -I'lo-. isional
President I luerta, it was learn
ed in authoritative citcles I
today, has secun lish capital to operate the M<\
nan 1 ivi rnmeni al least until
tin i-nd nf the pr< sent month.
The funds fire said to have I
secured li rough the 1 il irts ol
I.oid Co vdray, hea I of the
l'i arson s\ ndic ite.
Vancouvei, q. -Sevenl
hundn d nun ipni wi >rk
night on 1 he Pai ilic < 'neat K 1st
em Railway grad n< tf New
port,con t\ ing up w
there
I O-iT
OX IV y loi between Market
a a 1 rn I'.11 ..1- 1 Pai I.
i^f containing I i-- and |tattei us.
I i-
C. E. ALIURY'S
Pliilndelplii.-,, 10 Aii nrmed
crew from the revenue cutter
Onondaga in charge of an Ann
rican four masted bark today
anchored oil I.ewes Delaware
with mutinous crew aboard the
vessel.
She tailed from Philapelphia
for San Francisco and when of!
Bermuda the crew mutinied, i Mess na, <).- A strong earth
Munich, u- Ludw ig 111., the
new King of Bavaria, took tin-
oath of otlice lodav
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APPLE I ER riLIZER
the Bali 1 mas I aiu able i" sopj
CUSlOim I. M llll s.,ii|i- :it III inU
irers pi ice Inch is 844 pei loo
,, I 5.50. pei 1 .,in I ol
-'.50 Hi-. I'. (). B. Ne York.
I hi- Fertill ''" "'>-:
lained lliroujji nn> > m iiis-i -n
Hou'i- in New York, I (>m
Manufacturers ^1 the same pi 1 e.
I sli ill be glad lo 1 ike any nn|
ious nl vri mil: ihe r> suits ob.
1 lined from Ihe n- ol this Keiu-
Iizt to i"\ cultiviition- hi Na au
m hrli must ci mvin-1 I
Mtipes I i-i 1111/1 1 is 'lie kind
-in ed in nui soil foi 'H
"f pineapples.
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ANTED 100C-
pies of tin Cana-
dian Exhibition1
Nurabi r of i lie Strombus,"
at the 0 if'The Ti ibune'
\t)l JCK
"1 "I ll> is In remind the Pul
A .,1 (he 1 ). I Stan 1 i"\, S. I Hi it's
Joinei Shop E si Baj Mieei,
ii is hum un ii'i iIh- Man
iiienl il
I VMES \. EVANS
CON I K' \ I'DH AND JOINER
11 hi.I nade > offi
1 ription, I .'in pit |i ired lo biv<
i lent w 1 'i I- Betl of ie 1
ences, P01 li us, V 1
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c.nili'l. at thai He can soil )
THI-, WOKtil'S JU.ij.-
111 ikes powi rful the a ime
STANUAHU ENGINE.
I'OIHII.AK MKCHANICS CO.
116 W i.li.ii.-i.n .' CHICAOO
Lloyd's Kegi> 1 1 shows Hits
tin- power "l the timjoiity.
Uack of the Stan
guaranti is the Sras-
(iurd Motor Constr11
tion Co r; 1 I'iui St.,
.In-. \ City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBUHY,
N issau, N. P.
figt ni 1.11 the Rah tmas.


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I ll I I W I II II M-
'' ". In rariety ntf> rm thrives
iie-t in a medium quite neutral or
n alkaline.- another will d
in a medium Imvint quite a di ri
wacidity. Wheretl......is., m
of germs, as there Always is |
intestine, those geniM will
most rapidly and crowd the, others
out thai fin Is conditions of temper-
I "*ur*i acidity, and food most i .voi
U R ''' '" 'heir growth For ihis re i.
son, a fruitdi. | would be foil
by the predominance of certain
types of Imcteria, a meat oiei l.\
another type, a |,v ,,..
""'' '""> -" "M ha ll,.' different
mixtures. Then the nntu.....I the
secretions habitual i secieted In
na individual would have mu
oo with the halm,,.,! !);,,.,I
i-tn. Nowii ,. mote than p
blethai cerlainpersons have r
ten il^iowth ih ii,f,,. ;n ,,, .
resh strawberries are eaten, is-. ,p.
nbleol mi reaaing rapidly, and for.
"""-.' "Minn toxic pro lucts thc.l
mffst ihenvelves by the -kin
" uble we (all hives I -aV this is
bm it" h
proved, rinl the proof w< uld
ooubtl ss be i-ery .l,!<.'i u|t.
STANDARD (MI. CO' i
Gasoline
I learns i to Gallons.
Delivi n I Wharf J. 1'. Sands
0:1 arrival "Fran'i es E."
Only Five Drums each week.
GALL.
22cts.
(To I)., ponti
C)
FOUND
v the W'nin R, ,,,| a White
Worsted I oque.
Apply at
T< ibuae Mice
NOTICE.
rl IK is to inform my P it mm
and the Public in < l<
that I have opened my Pi
Black Smith Shop; and am n >
ready to do anything in the mi I
(ieneial repair or new work 1
Shoeing Special I) Ul m 011 rtoon
Mecli inica 11 v.
P. A. riuyl
Baj Strei t. Kasi 1VI1 11
Fresh Just Arrived
ONION SEEDS Fr, m 1.-...
,ihI all other W^ei ih
\ l I 1 l E'S
1 11 lt-rt Stl 1" '.
EN I ERTAINMENI
ATS-I. MARY'S S Hi M >l. R(()\l
ON I HUR3DAY 13th 11
l"< L'OMMI Ml I \ I Bp.m.
ADMISSM IN is.
Mil; SALf
II 'I 'SE and l-"t on Wesi Si,
I lor |' 11 11 ul ,rs ;ippl) to M.
K. I >- 11 or M 1 -:. 1 1 1 j 1 A'.
Ija vi \' 1 V i. '"
GEO. L. DAYIS
Ml' ik' M SSI INS I ,!VI \ ( N
I'lWc, VIOLIN,
\l \\l>( >l.'.\ and (.11 I" \U.
Pianos Iutied and hVpnii rd
Order* taki \tt
Entertainmi
Cash en Delivery.
C, C. SAUNI)ERS.
FOUND.
ON I hursd ly, 4H1 '-< ; t. mil
11orue's ('I, nnel, Ne\ I' nvi-
1 e, e>ne ,>| 1 k el
p 1 inted White ml and insi
name 01 marl 1. > point In owner,
LEV1 WRIGHT
Mangrove (!oy
.\ 11111. .s [.land
THE NEXT TIME
you are buying Soap make no
mistake, hut ask for Sunlight Soap.
Alter you have used it in
your wash, you will always
remember to say
Sunlight
Soap
It will become a friend
i:i the home. You won't
t 1 il. and you will never
w ithout it.
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CORINTHIA
J I!.l. leave N issa 1 foi 1 V
son .hout the
N ,' in-
duceme it touch at
Miami on il
I'.11 1 I I 1:1 Pass
App
I. l,. JOHNSON,
( let. I \ '-'H.
LEVEB BROTHERS LIMITED,
Port Sunlight, England.
\ A JI. would ifonn all who appreciate a Good Smoke that wen w
\\ h iv .m h .nd .hi extensive Stock of HAVAN \ t IGARS, We
_ 11 ., 1 ,- our brand to be made ol the finest Havana and Sumatre
;! I I iv.ma |- 1 ih is ih,. nigboUl.
These Ci n rtufactured n nui premises by skilled word
and si l 1 rn to produce an ai tide of super mi quality.
I we have met with'in the past leads us confidently to expect
the pa Iron ige. nl connoi seurs,
J. I s\| \|i! RS ,* Co.
li II st 1 net.
W. A. M VI HER
1 NDI H 1 kK
DESIRES to i
and the Public thai he. hat
iu-i > 1 nutfit ">l
faiiliti 1 he busii
ileitaker, which 11. a hoii in <
II, .s, I 11 ,1 .1 ; ..ill 1
IIHV It, III I
system ml : and re*|K ri
fully s p
my Prices I 1 i' pi ive thai 1 lej
ir '1 ^lowest for lust
(11 k.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
\N extra I ..II Mm 'Ml ..(
II did ij ^ ki (I I ainlies
ilnecl fioin I '' I u
iiltnw Mixed
1 Iuj I .l
I'
('in I i buy .<>\A 2jot "'ul
M xe.l '.' 1..... Ill VflXed
(.' nltlK I 1 \is" till
ft 111,1 vv 1 11; s 1,1 I
|Ms U 11 -. 1 '. I I'i
In .,, 1 'a. is. I h -' 1 <' Ull '|'i il
ed in on ility.
A I lOOTE'S
r.,\ su
J C. jCOAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"LadysiTiith Brand"
/: is b:tter than a 2d. Cigar
dsewiic-re.
Tr en andbi conv'meof
its --xc2lle.it quail
Shingles
11 I No. 1 I leart 5'in. C\ press
Shingles per ihou-
s,nui ul jo bundles
I liseounts en lotsi >f 1 ivt r
liingles.
Special Price
,ils,i.in cheap 1 gradi s -also
;,in. Cypress at ^6.; 2 p r
th, 1 isand "I 20 bundles. This
pi 1 e madi p isible l>\ a vi ry
large pun Itase.
Fresh stork arri\ ii|g 1 i*ery
C. C. SAUNDE kS.
ANOIHF.R SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LK.ATHER
GOODS. Just Received;
V\
7 11 I I \MS
I Ml- si l()| \| \\
I las jiisi add< il to his al ieady
la 1 vi Ipply lit the line.
I :i'.ii-li .,,icl ,\me-
11 I runic*. I 11
I isll ami A iii'i 11 .111
lr-ss suit L'lM
(si)ine ul w liu h are
in.ul,- -I i ( hi 1 pi ess-
fibre.)
Kit (tags, Sat- h.ls, Attaches,
nnd "inled Linen Bags at
Pi ,1 -,'s more ll,', ulii,n ih in
ever.
Pi rsona on the eve of
ti ivefliof will do
\\ e|| 10 visit this |)^.
paitment and make
a seh ( I inn DOW,
Ull.1.1 Wl-'
WHOI l-.s\i 1. \\ii RETAIt
l EPARI VIEXT.
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