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1'HE t R I B U Mi Zhc tribune Thursday. November 13. 191} THE LABOUR EXODUS. HURRICANE.DROUGHTand CONTRACT LABOUR 1 AILURK AS STRONG INCENTIVES It maybe well to take a survey of events during the past few years with the above ideas Jii our minds. We are all aware that the Honda outlet was very wel come to us after the terrible cyclone of 1908. Before that tune, Eleuthera Abac,). Grand Bahama, Andros, and Cat Is [and, had sent many to Florida, but that frightful storm was thi cause of many fi uin Long Island, Rum Cay, Watlings Island and Lxuma contributing to the out ward flow, After the hurricane, wo look ed fof seasons of plenty on the out-islands. We hoped that the %  land would pro than •ever when ti., floods had gone and the land had had an en forced rest from bearing. But -'dtcr the tin), of storm came On after season of drought, and men who bad gone awaj as an emergency m( SU re were F< togo again and even again I hat they < nuld earn money and bring some of it back was an inducement to more timid neighbours, and thev too went to Miami. At tins time also the "Emigrant Labourers Act" throttled the Contract Labour system, i system made offorts to re* ive its energies in Mexico, British Hun durae and Panama. We dn not think it will be of any Further use to this Colonv. Win n Con tracts began to die out, Steve doree took to slipping off tbe steamers at Colon In this way 1 '"',| number of our Windward Island people were held back born Florida. Now that Pans ma and Central America have faded these men, thev are turn ing their py< s to the North est and making their way to Miami. Inagua, Mayaguan i, At klins 1 'odi and Crooked Island. have of late sent large numbers in this new direction ()ur im pn ssion concerning Crooked Is land is that leaving out the Landrail Point district adjacent to Bird Rock, it is not able to support its somewhat largo population, ft appears to us that this is a good reason for the fact that Crooked Island has depend cd so largely and for so main years on the proceeds of labour in foreign parts. Whatever may be said about the Con-.ract Labour system, it had one advantage : It secured the return of the bulk of the men at the expiration of their term. We are not blessed with this safeguard in the case of the men who leave for the United (States. To go back to the dreary subject of drought : We wish irri Ration could be carried nut, h 1 we are bound to say tint w feel doubtful. We have no streams that can be dammed up and split up into irrigation canals, and we fear that our porous rock would not hold the smaller quantities that we could get from artesian wells. We shall be only tooglad, however, to hear of some inexpensive system that would suit our case. A succession of dry seasons I is greatly discouraged our farmers. If their h-arts aie to become brave again it will be a gradual process We feel sure that the Board of Agriculture will an\i ously study the problem. We trust they may be able to secure to us a larger variety of hardy crops, and that thev may be able to replenish the stock of plants and seeds where degen eration has taken place. As to experimenting with new types of seed &c. perhaps the Com missioners could pick out two or three enterprising, reliable and intelligent men in their dis trictS who would give such new types a fair trial, and, in case of sin cess, encourage the new verities among their neighbours. Perhaps we were too grandmotherly in our legislation con cernin C< mttact Labour. \te we grandmotherly enough as to the quality of sisal and 1 itrus fruits that have our shores ? A Band Stand is being talked about, but why only talk about it. Talk is cheap but it will take money to erect the stan I Wh\ d not some public spirited amongst us "a lore of music" get out and start a subscription list We feel sure tiiit an appeal of tins sort, if made rightly. will be liberally responded to, that the money would be raised in a short time, and the Stand completed, while it is being talkto) a out. The portion of Road newt) remade in Bay St, between Per liamont and lnin Streets is be ing gone over. Five men under overseer Evans, the famous road builder are to bi en there today, Why this? It was contract work, and the contractor or his sureties should h ive been given an opportunity ol finishing this work to the satisfaction of the Board of Public Works. The Schr. "Julia Elizabeth" arrived vest" rd iv from Miami with lumber, shingles and ice ; and 1 ,'-! %  'is. Messrs Byron Bain, James Clare, ml \' %  r! 1 mial S inds. Foil iwing is a Synopsis of the two r< el picture "I loder B I' lags" I it "The Imperial Theatre" to morrow evening. UNDER BOTH FLAGS First Reel "Bertie C< il is a member of Englai !'s nobility and of the Life G tards 11< finds partisul ir diversion in innocent flirtations with 1 nurd women La I) Guinevere likes hi n in a silly sort of way, and determinedly re ilvi to ceep the romance fii en her hush irra lei vai ion. I lei I ihei Berkeley, lot* % %  s heav il at • nb'ing and as s Bertie foi fii ancial assistant e, Bertie pati< itly but sadly explains that lie cannot meet his own debts \t nine o'clock that night Lady Gui lits Bei 11" in his Im < %  Bei kelpy g 1 >es to a Jew lender, 1 Bers a ir ite foi it mone) ti 1003 IT the d ti (1 !. and signs his hro HUM'S na I by a friend Lord lv'< on. A little later ill last slim v*s tige of Bet ti ne is w aw ay, K eight j eat old sister 1 lines to him and offers him tine c il I Bei tie tells her he ca rept the money, and that w hen iifo vn to womanhood she will know the re isoii I h asks lor the little enamel b >\ in wllii h she h is carried (he gold-pii 9 a memento, and n 1 elves it just as he is summoned by a messi nger to Mockingh %  im's quarters. I le finds Lord Hot kingham and the Jew money Icildei with the foi note. Rockinghaiu pleads with him to deny the charge, and explain w In re he was the night the note w as executed. If Bei tie speaks, he must soil a woman's name; if he spares 1 u-1, his silence must be accepted as idmission of his guil' I leJ<. his sihnce and 11 s faith with Lady Guinevere. It is only a few minutes Inter, when ill[ew attempts to place the handcuffs on him, that he realizes leis under arrest How ever, he escapes and goes to \frica and engages under the French II Second R < I. Cigarette, soldiernf Fi u md daughter of the army, lo\ as Bertie I le look ed upon her wild d inces and riotous revelries with a little ;tlSt and -itv Ten years he had In ed un ler the French 11 ig and the Afric in sun. But the m imory of bei still live I md lingered with him To \fric 1 cam* 1 p irty of tourists from England. Thi y ted the bai rai ks. Among the women in the p irt\ wasa sw -et, vounjr, beautiful slit) of a near woman She was to jBertie a link ol the past, a vision of the happy yesterday that had d 1 L l Iff was to het >nli a sol lies of France. Bui soi >w became interested in him. \nd Cigan tti IW it all. When he fell woun led in b ntle Cigarette di %  a from the red field to a 11 the out skii ts. And thn llu long, black night shi nursed him. Then, faintlv, feeblj she heard his voice and a name, Eagerljj she listened, hei he irt beating 1 prayer the only prayer her being was ev< >wn to mekAj But the "'hi.; o I name [her. She chok ed the sob and fli w Irom the tent, that he might never kno \. ( )ne d isthe Knglish woman v iw the littl" enamel box, now rusty, batten I and I rnishi d. She saw it, ted and stared, and asked him where and how 11 d it. He reh-inci leni and she told him it was she She evpl nned that Lord ugh 1 n A 1 with her in Africa, and I 1 : I him to stay until her hroihei returned to the house With a sudden,' stnrtled fe.n he be tg< I liei not to disclose his presi 1 and flew from hers. ( )nce on a street in Algil i\ le: looked int > his broth ir's fai e I le grei '"I ; ei ie with a vague, trembling bar. But Ber i >ld 11 im to 1 1. %  Africa with his title and his honour. retuin to Epgland and live his life according to ti em. An irresistible something 1



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i in. i in ini N £ drew him hark to the woman Thefrolnnel of Bertie's regiment saw him come from the liouse, arid in jealous rage demanded to know why lie had none thi l' rtie was sili nt. The colow I sarcastically insinuated that the aristoi rat wa cold to her equals and carried on hei midnight intrigues with the blackguards of his camp \ moment aftei tlie deed, Ben ie realized thai he I.ad struck In n I Ie w !•cou I -mart! iled.found guilty and sentenced to be shot on the morro v Cigarette heard and, Frantic w I tli grief and *>> confessed all, and not waiting, had him write his Statement I the paper and >\. t off foi the marshall's tent. I let story n as told and pru %  wd The stay of exi'i ution ol Bbi ntence was ;iven her, and she Jr-'saimed the break neck ride, J She rode into the si ene of the execution. Juat is the command was given to fife. I ler shout "Stop iii the na ne of Fraw came a momi nl ton late, Th %  command h lain been given, and the guns w iking their dirge. But even fleeter than the Ie iden death, she hurled h'Tsrlf fn.ni her horse, m fronl nf Bertie. After the first moment ol dull, despairing astonish nent, h i realized that g had sai mi i d hei life for him, dized m the last i apter all the devotion an I integrity df her love. Slowly In di ippe Ins head un til his lipo met hers Bui thft long longed for veet had come i' >ii late, and the vi I of her love was t" > late to be anything but defeaj. Once she smiled, a svwet, Hi pting smile ol triumph, and m the kiss that 1 %  '< >d hoped and lived lor, she died In England Bi rtie and Gui '" %  sat together Sadlv the*, %  nl at each other, Hie) were thinking ol a it grave, the human cost ol their happiness." Nassau, \". P. Nov. i j i f the Commandant, and tl \ "gilt Soap used in the the police-will be put on to the lob, and put a speed I y check on t Thanking you sir for space. Yours truly PERAMDULANT, •;*: wash saves your time, labour ami money. and, what is more, saves your clothes. t in your next Wash. i EVBB i OUT ie To The Editoi of Tribum Sir. Allow me a'small space please just to say something conci i n nig I hi Ex lus to Floi ida there is plenty of guessing as to what n ly be the cause of this gration but if your various i ir nde'nts w ould only l trip to the states they themselves vould I) %  a gi>n< i. my experien e has taught me t i know that i is inly a question of ust and BI c md irily s>m i me of your writer states that the coloured man has g it no priviledge in Flori la it is a mist ike, I am of the opinion in the Bahamas its so; for the labourer it will all come think on a man Retting $150 n again in another •„ r di mi after a I "" and corns', 1 tell an estate agent he Forts, that the poor man need, Wants a home that cost $750 or but until the government and .md pa) 10 cash and the ' ',l|;,t 1 '' c,irsc nice he pavsas if he wi< of Jehovah is on all class that i e unt.il all is pa d. Mr eps the hireling rait of Ins HI'Ol HI-.KS LIMITED si Nl IOHT i xa AMI don't matter what it ci 1st, or else in the next 5 years it will h ive it to regret, f >r next %  a 1 ; put d iwn I and my family name as a goner. You see Mr. Editor every time question is on, the iirst thi ig comes to thi~ month nf the employer the government is only eh ing is. 6d. but, I will give you 2S. but if the government w ill only see that the la ; is worthy of his hire and I it Ie is! |S per diam say hire, the will go to .1 istruction 1 ,,f weathei they like it or no Jehovah vi 11 al v i> uake 1 way for his Sl I IT 'H-: s 1 1 eSC ip.> the • wrath nf the Employer .is Isr I'd .1 1 I I'. :\ nt fPharoah) in Florid 1 the half starved labourers here th it go there gets l> eat, to drink, to wear I (t<> sl iep and so he g it but very iItle use for his Editor, allow me to that I know ah >ut J our men that d id not wort a here is. per diam and ,v.is nut able to get a sai ill house to III (if 1 hen 1 iwn. and has now in Miami -• and j houa is renting out the s une for $10.00 and 1 month, I ii'itii that s >rgeant Clark h id compliment h.r bringing 14 ''tile use for his home, all to men for 1 ie force but Mr. K litor '"' |l1 l,r u the y "' v0 here. there are several barbadians but some even takes them there, liere now iryihg to bo better j also amusements the) there than t ley usually do as far as pl is concern there ai that left the Force some time ago and is now in Miami getting $ J t per A • ek 2 15 2 nl 1 S 1 1 jo per week. I am sure that the wage qu must he salved, and the Govern nent take a volunteer Stand 1 hat they cant have here guitar lying, fife playing, mandolin guitarin 8K, if they da it here either s,s., in,., JOS, or 1 month jail, not so in Florida 1 know it. 1 cop ask me that being th the whole city has gone into a church, that's ill luck, if \ "ii want me to call names just lay si I am thankful for space Yours. EXPERIENCED. P. S. --Those that don't want to pay S 1 for labourers let them do the work themselves. IMPERIAL THEATR.F. Friday Nov. 14 SPECIAL FEATURE "Under Two Flag" IN I WO REELS FROM OUIDA FASCINATING NOVKI. NEW Animated Weekly ALL REELS NEW "Owing More" ACHRONICCASE 6d. <)(!. is. w Will) \ Spanish 1 led 11 Chest. /~\,ir Chest of 11 1 \ %  s Apply at I'lihui' r son 1 s to inform my Patron* IIS .in I the Public in General Hi it I have op ned uiv I'uhl IC lllack Smith Simp; and am now rea ly i" do anything in the line ol Geneial repair 01 new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. \. Huyler, B lyStrMt V>si (WhfcrP



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— —. TT % %  H It I %  K I B t) N! mestie concerns of Mexico, or in the Central or South American States. It is no part of our duty to prevent revolutions or control Civil wars. Tlie utmost we can do is to give what protection is possible on the coast to British subjects and property. Our diplomatic relations w ilh the United states for a longtime have been such that with the freest frankness of discussion on all matters that might from time to time arise we both feel the fullest assurance that nothing can happen to disturb our common resolve, to attain and maintain a sympathetic understanding." Washington, 11. Developments in the Mexican situation here today tended to emphasize a purpose on the part of Jtlie Washington government to refuse to recognise any of the acts of the new consideration was being given I \ P it Wilton to the question of permitting exports of anus to all factions in the lout hem republic. London, n—The British foreign office today authorized the statement that there is not a shadow of truth in the report declaring the Japan' -< %  ..ivrru inent had been in communication with the British government with a view to abrogating the Anglo-Japanese allian Tokto, it.—Any suggestion that Japan intends to abrogate the alliance wun < ireal Brit nu is regarded nereis groundless No question *.f abrogation has been raited by Japan, the only point discussed with the alliance 1MS l> -ifii th it of (.'neat Britain't attitu I toward its contin jance. London, i j Miss I in the Americas suffragette, is lying Seriously ill from concussion of the brain, the result <>f injuries received during a riot at Bow Baths. EN I ER IAINMEN I ATST. MARY'S Si HOOL ROOM ON THURSDAY 13th 1913 TO COMMENCE \ I 8 p.m. ADMISSION is. I. O ST O S I'.iy Sue, 1 between Market and Eastern Parade—a Packago containing Dress nd ptftternsi Leavt at ('. E. ALBURY'3 J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. W W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and iluPublic ill il he has JUM received a complete outfit of facilities lor 1 lie business ol id Stand [N. S. Elliot's Jmner Shop) East Hay Street, whu ii is now under the Manage* menl ol J \MKS A. EVANS CONTR \c IOR AND JOINER Hand made v'oflins nf every dVi cripiin, I .mi |>r< |> II ed to pivr y.iu ex< ellenl woik. I*est nf refer funs, nil turning etc., see us, Wi guarantee to satisfy you and ar' confident that we can suit ym FOUND. O N I lun-d iy, .|'h Sept..outside I lorse'i Channel, New PiovL dei ce, "tie open boat, 10 Feel keel, |lillltcd Wltile nut Rlld inside. X<> name 01 marks to point Ui owner, LEVI WRIGH r \l ti (rnve (.1 v Andf'M 1-i.nnl would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h.nd an extensive Stock of II WAN \ CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to he made of the finest Havana and Sumatre Wrappi rs, and Havana Killers thrmighont. These Ci! irs ara manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen And (jre pains are taken to produce an article nl superior quality. The succes we have met with in the past lead-US confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. L. SALNDERS A Co. Bav Street. FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra Law assortment of Holid iy fakes and Candies direct from the Factory such ,is Rainbow M i si 'I < ini Darling 11' \ % % % %  Pla i 11 ion Our Hobdyand 35 other different Mixed Cakes a I isctspej ll> Mixed Candies HI 18 cts pei |h AN., the following Cakes in Packages eis l\ i inn Cookies, (). l', pjpsand Lunch Hiscuiis. I'hesc ureuorCjUfll ed in quahtv. ATTOOTE'S I II C'l RICI IV. H OUSES, Business Placet and and nun hes w ired, I nn. t acts taken Foi aii\ la rye I.ui Id in i.'. Electric Motors, Pans Magnetos, Irons, etc., repaired. Skillful \ut iinohile and Motir Engine re| iaii ing A Chauffeur d required I y any one. Mi chanic d Pi|ie F'tl mg, etc, A Id ess IV 11. I. \l \S>\\ I'. (I. Ito* I |. nt Trihinip' ( I nice. THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT makes powerful the name SIAMIAHI. ENGINE. loyd's Register shows tins the power of tin; majority, bat l< of the Standard guarantee is the Standard Motor Construction Co., 171 I'nie st., Jersey City, X. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Nassau. \. 1\ Agent for tinBahamas. Shingles Best No, 1 Heart 5111. Cypress Shingles at $9.60per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades— also' 5111. Cypress at $£.72 | 1 thousand of ao bundles. This pric made p issiblebya very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every wi ek. C. C. SAUNDERS. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Jusl Received; 1I7ILLIAM.S VV I HE SHOEMAN II. is JVisi aid. (I in hid air* lai |ie Mippl) i" the line. English and A me. riran Trunks. Eug> |is|i and Ana riean Dress Suit t :i-l's (vnne c.f M Ineli made n( i nmpresshhre.) Kit Dag*, Satchels, Attached, and *f travelling will do Well to Visit I Ins I ).•p irlment and make ft selection nOW, WILLIAMS' Wlioi,ESAI I Wi' RETAIL DEPARTMENT, 277, 270 Ray.ttieet, GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON riw, VII il.lN, MANDOL'N and GUITAR, Pianos tuned and Repaired Of fi for Private Eutortainnuntt. 67 We b t street. -1 J



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0) CD O 50 0) CD (/) s 0) NVIIIIMS addle tus (urare in verb* ma.gtatrl. Being bound to iwt&r to the Dogmas i{ no Master VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Be.he.mas, Thursday, November 13. 1913 No. 299 LEON E H. DUP1 CH, i ITOS mo Pniriii i„ OKKUl 38 4 MARKRT STRUCT V.s-.lll N P., BAHAMAS. I'. (I. Bo I In PUBLISHED DULY. M.MIIUV, Wednesday anil Friday — tingle r..,,y ... Jd. ruesdaj rhnrtda* ami 'satnntav— III g le • %  •1 %  \ ... ... 1,1 Weekly ... 4 j,| lontfclj t>. 4,1 QaaMerlv .4-.. Half V-...U ... 8a. Yeanr ... r rtf nvuil.i IN k OVA NCR. AdTOtiajng Rates: Six partccVwi Hue for firM insertion : three (lenre pel In r for leconii insertion; and one penny pal line 1014 1 nsertioni Ail.veitisrnifnts nndw light lines 4s. FRUITS r,. 11. Heald.M. 0 IDIOSYNCRASY. i.c luded) Then let u< regard lhinletinal Iran as a weed-grown fie d. E ch of us Imi ins oun p inn ui. II bai le rial growth, mi two rl us ali i The character of tins hact*iial g raw this conditioned by the quality and reaction ulihr digestive juices, at well ;is by ilie f<>"(l habitualh %  '''i'. On certain i lasses of f Is these bacteria an well behaved, on olhei fond* t hev "go on a spiee," as it were, and have wli.it in mm "I'm parlance is called a "high '"ii* 1 Unquestionably, the use of foods containing; large qu inliiy ol bacteria, as dn llie skins <.f raw fruits, adds In Ihedangei of trouble from ii, MiHjrcr, So one who lias trouble with raw strawberries may find tii ,i | lf .,..,,, P ,i ii,, in cooked without troii|,| ( One who suffers from flatulence aftei eating apples may possibly avoid unpleasant Consequences by washing n\t\ peeling his apples, and chewing carefully. One is teldi m froubled in thi wayasa resul' of eating choked applet,even though the apples contain added uear. Ii IS prMSrblf that mouth contamination in some cases may play ;i l" 1 ; that is, the putrefactive (-" %  mis Iron.) tceih not too well kept or from diseased gums mav be carried down with tlie? fruit and set up n putrefneive process in the intestines. I'i'i this reason, one who li Isto i ii ii or Intestinal trouble should give particular attention to the teeth. It is possibly that by taking precautions regarding the teeth and tegarding the fruit,clean* ing, peeling, and avoiding everything but mainre, sound fruits, some who usually have difficulty with fuiit may avoid it. I here is still another consider ntion. A person may be aide to eat the troublesome variety of fruit once or twice with impunity, if then he will do Without it for a few days. In iom< cases thegerms do not go on i rampage untif after tl ey have had two or three meals of the particular food which seems to linn I hem intoi ivsges. In f %  < t one very successful treatment of fermentative dyspepsi i is %  i idical chinge of diet, using one Kind of food, BUi h ai hints, one da) ; then .'inotlfer kind, such as cereals, another day ; then another kind, as mi Ik, the third d,i v ; ;ud so oil. "I l>i ~ ch inge in dietary, using only one kind of food •'' H I line, does not pei mil any germ to have the field long enough to gam the asii ndi II v. Hut with s mixed dietarv, the L'C nns will ex'ery day find enough of ihe food that the) nied to keep up their growth and mischief. At any rate, 'his rap d change from one single f od dietary to anotbei pn/zl I the genus, if 1 may be permitted to use th* rxpiession, and gives the b i v I h ''ice locol. lect itself, SO to speak, for eflective resistance! f the bai teiial invasion. THE USF OF FRUITS, Frui's, in general, are at ibeir best when in season, We enjoy dried figs and raisins, but tbpy do not compare i" lusciousnesss with the fresh liints. Canned fiuiis have their place, Br.d il fiuit is of i quality and well canned, a dish o| table peaches is delicious but afier all, what is equal to the fresh fiuii when one can obtain it ? The difficulty is that .uuch of the fruit that has to be transported must be [licked in an immature Condition, and usually the ripening process in the basket is not what it IS on the tree. No one who lias n

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NviIIims addle tus (urare in verb* ma.gtatrl.
Being bound to iwt&r to the Dogmas i{ no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Be.he.mas, Thursday, November 13. 1913
No. 299
LEON E H. DUP1 CH,
i itos mo Pniriii i
OKKUl 38 4 MARKRT STRUCT
V.s-.lll N P., BAHAMAS.
I'. (I. Bo I In
PUBLISHED DULY.
M.miiUv, Wednesday anil Friday
tingle r..,,y ... Jd.
ruesdaj rhnrtda* ami 'satnntav
III g le 1 \ ... ... 1,1
Weekly ... .....4j,|
lontfclj .......t>. 4,1
QaaMerlv ...... .4-..
Half V-...U ... 8a.
Yeanr ... r rtf
nvuil.i IN k OVA NCR.
AdTOtiajng Rates: Six partccVwi Hue
for firM insertion : three (lenre pel In r
for leconii insertion; and one penny pal
line 1014 1 nsertioni
Ail.veitisrnifnts nndw light lines 4s.
FRUITS
r,. 11. Heald.M. 0
IDIOSYNCRASY.
i.c luded)
Then let u< regard lhinletinal
Iran as a weed-grown fie d. E ch
of us Imi ins oun p inn ui.ii bai le
rial growth, mi two rl us ali i
The character of tins hact*iial
g raw this conditioned by the quality
and reaction ulihr digestive juices,
at well ;is by ilie f<>"(l habitualh
'''i'. On certain i lasses of f.....Is
these bacteria an well behaved, on
olhei fond* t hev "go on a spiee,"
as it were, and have wli.it in mm
"I'm parlance is called a "high
'"ii*1" Unquestionably, the use of
foods containing; large qu inliiy
ol bacteria, as dn llie skins <.f raw
fruits, adds In Ihedangei of trouble
from ii, MiHjrcr, So one who lias
trouble with raw strawberries may
find tii ,i |lf.,..,,, P ,i ii,, in cooked
without troii|,|(. One who suffers
from flatulence aftei eating apples
may possibly avoid unpleasant
Consequences by washing n\t\ peel-
ing his apples, and chewing care-
fully. One is teldi m froubled in
thi wayasa resul' of eating chok-
ed applet,even though the apples
contain added uear.
Ii is prMSrblf that mouth conta-
mination in some cases may play
;i l"1' ; that is, the putrefactive
(-"mis Iron.) tceih not too well kept
or from diseased gums mav be car-
ried down with tlie? fruit and set up
n putrefneive process in the intes-
tines. I'i'i this reason, one who
li i- sto i ii ii or Intestinal trouble
should give particular attention to
the teeth. It is possibly that by
taking precautions regarding the
teeth and tegarding the fruit,clean*
ing, peeling, and avoiding every-
thing but mainre, sound fruits,
some who usually have difficulty
with fuiit may avoid it.
I here is still another consider
ntion. A person may be aide to
eat the troublesome variety of fruit
once or twice with impunity, if
then he will do Without it for a
few days. In iom< cases thegerms
do not go on i rampage untif after
tl ey have had two or three meals
of the particular food which seems
to linn I hem intoi ivsges. In f < t
one very successful treatment of
fermentative dyspepsi i is i idical
chinge of diet, using one Kind of
food, BUi h ai hints, one da) ; then
.'inotlfer kind, such as cereals, an-
other day ; then another kind, as
mi Ik, the third d,i v ; ;ud so oil.
"I l>i~ ch inge in dietary, using only
one kind of food '' H I line, does
not pei mil any germ to have the
field long enough to gam the as-
ii ndi ii v. Hut with s mixed diet-
arv, the L'C nns will ex'ery day find
enough of ihe food that the) nied to
keep up their growth and mischief.
At any rate, 'his rap d change
from one single f od dietary to
anotbei pn/zl I the genus, if 1 may
be permitted to use th* rxpiession,
and gives the b i v I h ''ice locol.
lect itself, SO to speak, for eflective
resistance! f the bai teiial invasion.
THE USF OF FRUITS,
Frui's, in general, are at ibeir
best when in season, We enjoy
dried figs and raisins, but tbpy do
not compare i" lusciousnesss with
the fresh liints. Canned fiuiis
have their place, Br.d il fiuit is of
i quality and well canned, a
dish o| table peaches is delicious ,
but afier all, what is equal to the
fresh fiuii when one can obtain it ?
The difficulty is that .uuch of the
fruit that has to be transported
must be [licked in an immature
Condition, and usually the ripening
process in the basket is not what it
IS on the tree. No one who lias
n the tree can know the possibilities
of this fruit
Hut there are ceitain fruits that
bear storing, such as apples and
pears. Such fruil, if not actually
in storage, should be in a clean,
cool, airy cellar, preferably spread
out on shelves, so as to facilitate
occasional inspection, and to pre-
vent ( iit.iimri.itM.il of one fruit
from another ; for as most persons
know, rot is a contagious disease,
and a rotten apple should be quar-
antined, just as we should quar-
antine a case of measles, else the
disease will spread. It is proper
to speak of rot us a contagious
disease, for it is a condition caused
by the invasion of germs into the
tissue of the apple, just as our con-
tagious diseases, are the result of
the invasion of disease germs into
our tissues. But the germs that
app'e disease are incapable of
causing disease in animals and man
except as they may cause putre-
faction in the intestinal tract.
In case fruit is kept in boxes or
barrels, the danger of contagion
may be greatly lessened by
wrapping each fruit in tissuf pa-
per.
CABI.KCRAMS
Paris ii. Maurice Cbevillarcl,
the French aviator, looped the
loop in a biplane five times in
ui at Juvisy today.
His feat is regarded as more
remarkable than that of Pegoud
sinceChevillard turned over at a
height of only 150 feet.
London, 11.Owing to a
Southeasterly gale the "Maure-
tama" was unable to take on the
American mails.
London.The Prime Minister,
II. II. Asquith, discussed the
Mexican question in bis annual
speech at Lord Mayors banquet
tonight.
"Our interests in Mexico," said
the premier, "Call for vigilant
care. Mexico still is in the throes
of a civil war, but there never
was and never have been any
question of political interventi-
on by Great Britain in the do-
II -------------Ss|
(continued on fourth page.)


1'HE t R I B U Mi
Zhc tribune
Thursday. November 13. 191}
THE LABOUR EXODUS.
HURRICANE.DROUGHTand
CONTRACT LABOUR
1 AILURK AS STRONG
INCENTIVES
It maybe well to take a sur-
vey of events during the past
few years with the above ideas
Jii our minds.
We are all aware that the
Honda outlet was very wel
come to us after the terrible
cyclone of 1908. Before that
tune, Eleuthera Abac,). Grand
Bahama, Andros, and Cat Is
[and, had sent many to Florida,
but that frightful storm was thi
cause of many fi uin Long Island,
Rum Cay, Watlings Island and
Lxuma contributing to the out
ward flow,
After the hurricane, wo look
ed fof seasons of plenty on the
out-islands. We hoped that the
land would pro than
ever when ti., floods had gone
and the land had had an en
forced rest from bearing. But
-'dtcr the tin), of storm came
On after season of drought, and
men who bad gone awaj as an
emergency m( ,SUre were F<
togo again and even again
I hat they < nuld earn money
and bring some of it back was
an inducement to more timid
neighbours, and thev too went
to Miami.
At tins time also the "Emigrant
Labourers Act" throttled the
Contract Labour system, i
system made offorts to re* ive its
energies in Mexico, British Hun
durae and Panama. We dn not
think it will be of any Further
use to this Colonv. Win n Con
tracts began to die out, Steve
doree took to slipping off tbe
steamers at Colon In this way
1 '"',| number of our Windward
Island people were held back
born Florida. Now that Pans
ma and Central America have
faded these men, thev are turn
ing their py< s to the North-
est and making their way to
Miami.
Inagua, Mayaguan i, At klins
1 'odi and Crooked Island.
have of late sent large numbers
in this new direction ()ur im
pn ssion concerning Crooked Is
land is that leaving out the
Landrail Point district adjacent
to Bird Rock, it is not able to
support its somewhat largo pop-
ulation, ft appears to us that
this is a good reason for the fact
that Crooked Island has depend
cd so largely and for so main
years on the proceeds of labour
in foreign parts.
Whatever may be said about
the Con-.ract Labour system, it
had one advantage : It secured
the return of the bulk of the
men at the expiration of their
term. We are not blessed with
this safeguard in the case of the
men who leave for the United
(States.
To go back to the dreary sub-
ject of drought : We wish irri
Ration could be carried nut, h 1
we are bound to say tint w
feel doubtful. We have no
streams that can be dammed
up and split up into irrigation
canals, and we fear that our
porous rock would not hold the
smaller quantities that we could
get from artesian wells. We
shall be only tooglad, however,
to hear of some inexpensive
system that would suit our case.
A succession of dry seasons I is
greatly discouraged our farmers.
If their h-arts aie to become
brave again it will be a gradual
process We feel sure that the
Board of Agriculture will an\i
ously study the problem. We
trust they may be able to secure
to us a larger variety of hardy
crops, and that thev may be
able to replenish the stock of
plants and seeds where degen
eration has taken place. As to
experimenting with new types
of seed &c. perhaps the Com
missioners could pick out two
or three enterprising, reliable
and intelligent men in their dis
trictS who would give such new
types a fair trial, and, in case of
sin cess, encourage the new ve-
rities among their neighbours.
Perhaps we were too grand-
motherly in our legislation con
cernin C< mttact Labour. \te
we grandmotherly enough as to
the quality of sisal and 1 itrus
fruits that have our shores ?
A Band Stand is being talked
about, but why only talk about
it. Talk is cheap but it will take
money to erect the stan I Wh\
d not some public spirited
amongst us "a lore of music"
get out and start a subscription
list We feel sure tiiit an ap-
peal of tins sort, if made rightly.
will be liberally responded to,
that the money would be raised
in a short time, and the Stand
completed, while it is being talk-
to) a out.
The portion of Road newt)
remade in Bay St, between Per
liamont and lnin Streets is be
ing gone over. Five men under
overseer Evans, the famous road
builder are to bi en there to-
day, Why this? It was contract
work, and the contractor or his
sureties should h ive been given
an opportunity ol finishing this
work to the satisfaction of the
Board of Public Works.
The Schr. "Julia Elizabeth"
arrived vest" rd iv from Miami
with lumber, shingles and ice ;
and 1 ,'-! 'is.
Messrs Byron Bain, James
Clare, ml \' r! 1 mial S inds.
Foil iwing is a Synopsis of the
two r< el picture "I loder B
I' lags" I it "The Im-
perial Theatre" to morrow
evening.
UNDER BOTH FLAGS
First Reel
"Bertie C< il is a member of
Englai !'s nobility and of the
Life G tards 11< finds partisul ir
diversion in innocent flirtations
with 1 nurd women La I)
Guinevere likes hi n in a silly
sort of way, and determinedly
re ilvi to ceep the romance
fii en her hush irra lei vai ion.
I lei I ihei Berkeley, lot*
s heav il at nb'ing and as s
Bertie foi fii ancial assistant e,
Bertie pati< itly but sadly ex-
plains that lie cannot meet his
own debts \t nine o'clock that
night Lady Gui lits Bei
11" in his Im < Bei kelpy g1 >es
to a Jew lender, 1 Bers a
ir ite foi it mone) ti 1003
it the d ti(1!. and signs his hro
Hum's na I by a friend
Lord lv'< on.
A little later ill last slim v*s
tige of Bet ti ne is w
aw ay, K eight j eat
old sister 1 lines to him and of-
fers him tine c il I Bei tie tells
her he ca rept the money,
and that w hen iifo vn
to womanhood she will know
the re isoii I h asks lor the little
enamel b >\ in wllii h she h is
carried (he gold-pii 9 a
memento, and n 1 elves it just as
he is summoned by a messi nger
to Mockinghim's quarters. I le
finds Lord Hot kingham and the
Jew money Icildei with the foi
note. Rockinghaiu pleads
with him to deny the charge,
and explain w In re he was the
night the note w as executed. If
Bei tie speaks, he must soil a
woman's name; if he spares 1 u-1,
his silence must be accepted as
idmission of his guil' I leJ<.
his sihnce and 11 s faith with
Lady Guinevere.
It is only a few minutes Inter,
when ill- [ew attempts to place
the handcuffs on him, that he
realizes le- is under arrest How
ever, he escapes and goes to
\frica and engages under the
French II
Second R < I. Cigarette, sol-
diernf Fi u md daughter of
the army, lo\ as Bertie I le look
ed upon her wild d inces and
riotous revelries with a little
;tlSt and -itv
Ten years he had In ed un ler
the French 11 ig and the Afric in
sun. But the m imory of bei
still live I md lingered with
him To \fric 1 cam* 1 p irty of
tourists from England. Thi y
ted the bai rai ks. Among the
women in the p irt\ wasa sw -et,
vounjr, beautiful slit) of a near
woman She was to jBertie a
link ol the past, a vision of the
happy yesterday that had d 1 L
l Iff was to het >nli a sol lies
of France. Bui soi >w
became interested in him.
\nd Cigan tti IW it all.
When he fell woun led in b ntle
Cigarette di a from the
red field to a 11 the out
skii ts. And thn llu long,
black night shi nursed him.
Then, faintlv, feeblj she heard
his voice and a name, Eagerljj
she listened, hei he irt beating
1 prayer the only prayer her
being was ev< >wn to mekAj
But the "'hi.; o I name
[her. She chok
ed the sob and fli w Irom the
tent, that he might never kno \.
( )ne d is- the Knglish woman
v iw the littl" enamel box, now
rusty, batten I and I rnishi d.
She saw it, ted and
stared, and asked him where
and how 11 d it. He re-
h-- inci leni and she told
him it was she !
She evpl nned that Lord
ugh 1 n a 1 with her in
Africa, and I 1 : I him to stay
until her hroihei returned to the
house With a sudden,' stnrtled
fe.n he be tg< I liei not to dis-
close his presi 1 and flew from
hers.
( )nce on a street in Algil i\
le: looked int > his broth ir's
fai e I le grei '"I ;'ei ie with a
vague, trembling bar. But Ber
i >ld 11 im to 1 1. , Africa
with his title and his honour.
retuin to Epgland and live his
life according to ti em.
An irresistible something
1


i in. i in ini N
drew him hark to the woman
Thefrolnnel of Bertie's regiment
saw him come from the liouse,
arid in jealous rage demanded
to know why lie had none thi
l' rtie was sili nt. The colow I
sarcastically insinuated that the
aristoi rat wa cold to her equals
and carried on hei midnight in-
trigues with the blackguards
of his camp \ moment aftei
tlie deed, Ben ie realized thai he
I.ad struck In n
I Ie w !- cou I -mart! iled.found
guilty and sentenced to be shot
on the morro v Cigarette heard
and, Frantic w itli grief and may, she r in up the streetand
stopped to p ir into a fare. The
face was the I tee of Bertie. She
si ipped liim and i xcitedly told
him all,and learned he was Ber.
tie's brother. To her the I>*>>
confessed all, and not waiting,
had him write his Statement
I the paper and >\.t
off foi the marshall's tent.
I let story n as told and pru
wd The stay of exi'i ution ol
Bbi ntence was ;iven her, and she
Jr-'saimed the break neck ride,
J She rode into the si ene of the
execution. Juat is the command
was given to fife. I ler shout
"Stop iii the na ne of Fraw
came a momi nl ton late, Th
command h lain been giv-
en, and the guns w iking
their dirge. But even fleeter than
the Ie iden death, she hurled
h'Tsrlf fn.ni her horse, m fronl
nf Bertie. After the first mo-
ment ol dull, despairing aston-
ish nent, h i realized that g
had sai mi i d hei life for him,
dized m the last i apter all
the devotion an I integrity df
her love.
Slowly In di ippe Ins head un
til his lipo met hers Bui thft
long longed for veet had
come i' >ii late, and the vi I
of her love was t" > late to be
anything but defeaj. Once she
smiled, a svwet, Hi pting smile
ol triumph, and m the kiss that
_1' ' '< >d hoped and lived lor, she
died
In England Bi rtie and Gui
' '" sat together Sadlv the*,
nl at each other, Hie) were
thinking ol a it grave, the
human cost ol their happiness."
Nassau, \". P.
Nov. i j i Dear Mr Tribu
About a year, or more ago, the
l^bhc of .. Ci,v ||i)r(.......|
Una Island, was subjected rb the
"wm.....I W 'MerSkatea, going
'""""-hi t'll morn, on various
portions of the conci ted Side
Walks The fad seems to have
all but dfed away, but in its
id ice I observe a greatei i
ance to wit, boys of various
and sizes have a parallel board
ned on to these roller ska'es,
and another perpendicular piece
if wind attach) d to that. Thi y
'and on the former, and hold on
'he latter and push themselves
at great rates along the concn I-
id si lewalks, and also the



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; i)G MILLIONS
oMi in ewives use Sunlight Soap?
i lave you ever tried to ascertain ?
A piece of
Sunlight Soap
moother portions of the /**t*/ (\ :-;-\\ i i -n
Thislobserve isgrowing.a, k "svl "' Jour ^^t Wlh
direct v.....fattention toi explain to you the reason,
.oping that it will arrest tl..... will *! Su"-
>f the Commandant, and tl \ "gilt Soap used in the
the police-will be put on to the
lob, and put a speed I y check on
t
Thanking you sir for space.
Yours truly
PERAMDULANT,

;*:
wash saves your time,
labour ami money. and,
what is more, saves
your clothes.
t in your next Wash.
i EVBB
i OUT
ie
To The Editoi of Tribum
Sir.
Allow me a'small space please
just to say something conci i n
nig I hi Ex lus to Floi ida there
is plenty of guessing as to what
n ly be the cause of this ,
gration but if your various i ir
nde'nts w ould only l
trip to the states they themselves
vould I) a gi>n< i. my experien
e has taught me t i know that
i is inly a question of
ust and bi c md irily s>m i
me of your writer states that
the coloured man has g it no
priviledge in Flori la it is a
mist ike, I am of the opinion
in the Bahamas its so; for the labourer it will all come
think on a man Retting $150 n again in another
r di mi after a I "" and corn-
s', 1 tell an estate agent he Forts, that the poor man need,
Wants a home that cost $750 or but until the government and
.md pa) 10 cash and the ' '- ,l|;,t ,'1'' c,irsc
nice he pavsas if he wi< of Jehovah is on all class that
i e unt.il all is pa d. Mr eps the hireling rait of Ins
HI'Ol HI-.KS LIMITED
si Nl IOHT i xa ami
don't matter what it ci 1st,
or else in the next 5 years it
will h ive it to regret, f >r next
a 1 ; put d iwn I and
my family name as a goner. '
You see Mr. Editor every time
question is on, the
iirst thi ig comes to thi~ month
nf the employer the government
is only eh ing is. 6d. but, I will
give you 2S. but if the govern-
ment w ill only see that the la
. ; is worthy of his hire and
I it Ie is! |s per diam
say
hire, the will go to .1 istruction
. 1 ,,f weathei they like it or no Jeho-
vah vi 11 al v i> uake 1 way
for his Sl I IT 'H-: s 1 1 eSC ip.> the
wrath nf the Employer
.is Isr I'd .1 1 I I'. :\ nt fPharoah)
in Florid 1 the half starved la-
bourers here th it go there gets
l> eat, to drink, to wear
I (t<> sl iep and so he g it but very
iItle use for his
Editor, allow me to
that I know ah >ut j
our men that d id not wort a here
is. per diam and ,v.is nut able
to get a sai ill house to III
(if 1 hen 1 iwn. and has now in
Miami - and j houa is renting
out the s une for $10.00 and
1 month, I ii'itii
that s >rgeant Clark h id
compliment h.r bringing 14 ''tile use for his home, all to
men for 1 ie force but Mr. K litor '"' "|l1 l,r "u they "',v0 here.
there are several barbadians but some even takes them there,
liere now iryihg to bo better j also amusements the) there
than t ley usually do as far as
pl
is concern there ai
that left the Force some time
ago and is now in Miami
getting $ j t per a ek 2 15 2
nl 1 S 1 1 jo per week. I
am sure that the wage qu
must he salved, and the Gov-
ern nent take a volunteer Stand
1 hat they cant have here guitar
lying, fife playing, mandolin
guitarin 8k, if they da it here
either s,s., in,., jos, or 1 month
jail, not so in Florida 1 know
it. 1 cop ask me that being th
the whole city has gone in-
to a church, that's ill luck, if
\ "ii want me to call names just
lay si I am thankful for space
Yours.
EXPERIENCED.
P. S. --Those that don't want
to pay S 1 for labourers let them
do the work themselves.
IMPERIAL
THEATR.F.
Friday Nov. 14
SPECIAL FEATURE
"Under Two Flag"
IN I WO REELS FROM
OUIDA FASCINATING
NOVKI.
NEW
Animated Weekly
ALL REELS NEW
"Owing More"
ACHRONICCASE
6d. <)(!. is.
. w Will)
\ Spanish 1 led 11 Chest.
/~\,ir Chest of 11 1 \ s
Apply at I'lihui'
r
son 1
s to inform my Patron*
IIS
.in I the Public in General
Hi it I have op ned uiv I'uhl IC
lllack Smith Simp; and am now
rea ly i" do anything in the line ol
Geneial repair 01 new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. \. Huyler,
B lyStrMt V- >si (WhfcrP


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TT

! H It I K I B t) N!
mestie concerns of Mexico, or in
the Central or South American
States.
It is no part of our duty to
prevent revolutions or control
Civil wars. Tlie utmost we can
do is to give what pro-
tection is possible on the coast
to British subjects and property.
Our diplomatic relations w ilh
the United states for a longtime
have been such that with the
freest frankness of discussion on
all matters that might from time
to time arise we both feel the
fullest assurance that nothing can
happen to disturb our common
resolve, to attain and maintain
a sympathetic understanding."
Washington, 11. Develop-
ments in the Mexican situation
here today tended to emphasize
a purpose on the part of Jtlie
Washington government to re-
fuse to recognise any of the acts
of the new consideration was
being given I \ P it Wil-
ton to the question of permit-
ting exports of anus to all fac-
tions in the lout hem republic.
London, nThe British
foreign office today authorized
the statement that there is not
a shadow of truth in the report
declaring the Japan' -< ..ivrru
inent had been in communica-
tion with the British govern-
ment with a view to abrogating
the Anglo-Japanese allian
Tokto, it.Any suggestion
that Japan intends to abrogate
the alliance wun < ireal Brit nu
is regarded nereis groundless
No question *.f abrogation
has been raited by Japan, the
only point discussed with the
alliance 1ms l> -ifii th it of (.'neat
Britain't attitu I toward its
contin jance.
London, i j Miss I in
the Americas suffragette, is ly-
ing Seriously ill from concussion
of the brain, the result <>f in-
juries received during a riot at
Bow Baths.
EN I ER IAINMEN I
ATST. MARY'S Si HOOL ROOM
ON THURSDAY 13th 1913
TO COMMENCE \ I 8 p.m.
ADMISSION is.
I. O ST
OS I'.iy Sue, 1 between Market
and Eastern Paradea Pack-
ago containing Dress nd ptftternsi
Leavt at
('. E. ALBURY'3
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
W
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and ilu- Public ill il he has
jum received a complete outfit of
facilities lor 1 lie business ol dertaker, which places hnn in a
position to carry nut Funerals thai
may be en 1 rutted in Ins cue with
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicit-, iheir patron ^ Get
my Prices first and prove 1I1 if they
are the very lowest for liisi class
work.
STANDARD OIL CO'S
Gasoline
Drums no Galbins.
Delivered Wh irf J. 1'. Sand
on arrival "Frances !'. ."
Only Five Drums each week.
CALL
22cts.
Cash on Delivery.
C. l SAUNDER-".
NOTICE
""T^HIS is in remind the Public
1 of the ( >id Stand [N. S. Elliot's
Jmner Shop) East Hay Street,
whu ii is now under the Manage*
menl ol
J \MKS A. EVANS
CONTR \c IOR AND JOINER
Hand made v'oflins nf every dVi
cripiin, I .mi |>r< |>ii ed to pivr
y.iu ex< ellenl woik. I*est nf refer
funs, nil turning etc., see us, Wi
guarantee to satisfy you and ar'
confident that we can suit ym
FOUND.
ON I lun-d iy, .|'h Sept..outside
I lorse'i Channel, New PiovL
dei ce, "tie open boat, 10 Feel keel,
|lillltcd Wltile nut Rlld inside. X<>
name 01 marks to point Ui owner,
LEVI WRIGH r
\l ti (rnve (.1 v
Andf'M 1-i.nnl
. would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h.nd an extensive Stock of II WAN \ CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to he made of the finest Havana and Sumatre
Wrappi rs, and Havana Killers thrmighont.
These Ci! irs ara manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
And (jre pains are taken to produce an article nl superior quality.
The succes we have met with in the past lead-- US confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L. SALNDERS A Co.
Bav Street.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra Law assortment of
Holid iy fakes and Candies
direct from the Factory such ,is
Rainbow M i si 'I
< ini Darling
11' \ Pla i 11 ion
Our Hobdyand 35 other different
Mixed Cakes a I isctspej ll> Mixed
Candies hI 18 cts pei |h AN., the
following Cakes in Packages
eis l\ i inn Cookies, (). l', pjpsand
Lunch Hiscuiis. I'hesc ureuorCjUfll
ed in quahtv.
ATTOOTE'S
I II C'l RICI IV.
HOUSES, Business Placet and
and nun hes w ired, I nn.
t acts taken Foi aii\ la rye I.ui Id in i.'.
Electric Motors, Pans Magnetos,
Irons, etc., repaired.
Skillful \ut iinohile and Motir
Engine re| iaii ing
A Chauffeur d required I y any
one.
Mi chanic d Pi|ie F'tl mg, etc,
A Id ess IV 11. I. \l \S- >\\
I'. (I. Ito* I |.
nt Trihinip' ( I nice.
THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT
makes powerful the name
siamiahi. ENGINE.
loyd's Register shows tins
the power of tin; majority,
bat l< of the Standard
guarantee is the Stan-
dard Motor Construc-
tion Co., 171 I'nie st.,
Jersey City, X. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau. \. 1\
Agent for tin- Bahamas.
Shingles
Best No, 1 Heart 5111. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso'
5111. Cypress at $.72 | 1
thousand of ao bundles. This
pric made p issiblebya very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
wi ek.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Jusl Received;
1I7ILLIAM.S
VV I HE SHOEMAN
II.is JVisi aid. (I in hid air*
lai |ie Mippl) i" the line.
English and A me.
riran Trunks. Eug>
|is|i and Ana riean
Dress Suit t :i-l's
(vnne c.f M Ineli .....
made n( i nmpress-
hhre.)
Kit Dag*, Satchels, Attached,
and * Price* mure interesting than
ever.
Persons on th* <^r <>f
travelling will do
Well to Visit I Ins I ).-
p irlment and make
ft selection nOW,
WILLIAMS'
Wlioi,ESAI I Wi' RETAIL
DEPARTMENT,
277, 270 Ray.ttieet,
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON
riw, VII il.lN,
MANDOL'N and GUITAR,
Pianos tuned and Repaired
Of fi for Private
Eutortainnuntt.
67 Webt street.

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