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I II L r K I fi l) Nh sal at that settlement, 'l'his is a matter that needs, at nice, the serious attention of the Government, Zbc tribune Saturday, November 15. 191 > One reason why our Colony does not prosper as much as il might to. is, to our mind, the svstem which prevails of buying largely through commission If h%  were paid in commissions and for long credits, more money would be available for needs, and goods could be more cheaply. Much of this money v • into the coffers of the ag nlcould he kept here w u would | lll( | renumei itive channels \\ Inch would tend to ii cr< ase our prosperity and thus keep a I irgei number of | % %  pie in the Bahamas 1 lie heapening of merch in disc which would result if only in a small degree, would r< tl e OBI of living and i w Ii i! people c.iii! g > further. We are of opinion thai I a matter which will tend to i hjht itself. It &eems to us that growing number of n en among us'who art giving idy att< ntion to business living wiihin their or-ans. and enabling themselves to buy where they please, and at the cheapest possible rati Should our Surmise! we think it \% ill |„. found iti %  nurse ol lime, when i apital is wauled lor new enterpi more of it will be available than at present. \N %  want a larger number of %  pl< of all grades who will 'Scorn di lights and Ii i bori ous da> s," who will be di mined to get on, and who will be unafraid of the opinions of their neighbours, Is not the St if] collar with the imowrulati shirt front too much in c idem e in every rank of life, an I are we not too much deprivi 'I of the it of the rolled up sleeve and the brawny arm ? Win n w i %  i C "i -it, why not go into the unrest rved seats an 1 spe id on something that will give us solid mac nal benelit and increase th lount spenl in the stores and on prod tive labour ? B a schooner that has just arrived from Arthur's Town, I Island, we are informed that a species of iphis, comm known as the "White Fly" ia attacking and killing out the siHarvest Festival Services b in | held to-morrow at Ebenezer Wesleyan Church, morning, afternoon and evening at the usual hours. In the evening Sen i< %  the duet "My si >ng shall In' alw ay Thy mi n Mendelssohn's Hymn of Pi ds u ill N" rend -re 1 by Mrs Paine and \li Asa Pritch ur 1 0 Ip.m.a programme of Harvest Festival Musi, will be rendered by the C ii ur. and the soloists will be Mrs Paine, MrR \V. I', ; Mr Asa I'm hard and the Rev. F. S. |l'aim\ The programme is as follows: At UeO >a Miss \t • H Duel lir I. nl is my Mrs. I'.. • IIKI MI R i 1 S il.. ,':ii' 11 %  • BI \ %  '..i • %  i da %  I i'i %  Mrs Cii Duct : %  !.!." and I .. ,. %  blushiri i Mrs. Paine and M isa Pnti har I. S'.|(—"i \c hull 1 i i Roan. M i Q Doe) -' \ lbs M i i f illiii .•" Mis Paim r i Q lartetb i • ,hl'\li.\ losliatMi'T • I'.VFini: ... %  by (a '%  %  'li"ii. II i Part I-Seed I Part M H I .,1 !. Pan III — l in ii.ii it I !. Doxotogy Ii II. The Mail Si ia" sailed fn i n Ne iv Vork al | o P m I' ridav with \ -> j lasseu {*rs and Boo • ban els cargo Will proceed to iu n.\tan %  n > and Santi ign de I luba. "The lm|M i cil" presented a ve ) g< iod programme, last e\ en ing, to a full house. A vei v g programme will be given this evening. See advi rli >ement. I Editor of "Tlic I'nliu ie." sir. Certainly I wish every in %  be i van %  ill i' there i > sei ious materi d an I fri Ie n That is why jl wrote the lettei to which Inh ibitanl refers, ilis reference to Rev*ren I ge iil>'. men it kind and wa not to the pomt I vork ul such me i rj>es not entail din rn with in.n. %  i I matters, an I fault is not to be imputed to them foi minding directly their own complicated an 1 inexhaustible work. Ii is very doubtful indeed whether the Pulpit should be used to open out Such questions as tl. >• of economics. I incline to thihk "The Tribune" a vers much more suitable medium. I had Supposed that the t-'ii deiicy of my original query as to the Irish was obvi iu, apparently it was not. The lush abroad are apable nf excelling ill evei v kind of work. They furnish leaders in ei ery profes sion. In their own island they have ii.' been a great success, ••. ot perhaps comp irnti\ ely in the 6th and 7th outlines of our era. If you gn to I tonegal or Galway you find them unener gel e, apathetic, disorderly. The %  a for this, .is.in Irish friend ol mine t< .1 to me. lies possihly in want of good food and in climal IC conditions. I : simil H' ond it ions maj 1"' found t" obtain in the Bahamas; • they will be n fa< toi ti lie red in the Labour Proh leai. I have had to emplo) sev. eral men in the garden of the Rei ti n and they work III-. Ii iahinan in Ireland; they w i i delightful in their ma mere and h -p '• ssly shirkand unorigina• i in theii work M\ ; s ei\a• lion is \en pan I as I have I. .'i here for 8 months, so that I am not so M ell able to judge as Inhabitant, in spue of ins in-imi ition to the contrary, I Ie has alluded indirectly to in ither feature f t ie case %  edu cation. How Far dues the lack of means for higher and lechni i! i HI in tins island militate i ist Labour. Very consider alilv. I am sure. whole reason for mv forletter, however, was to sti muhite the ..i |er and i xperienc %  il inhabitants to write con str li liv 1\ .and waa b) no mea rn. a.a tosu| ,'K i I.II g 't for lie gative ci iticism. So far as the I a bo ui Question iconcerned Inhabitant's lettei is littl msary, but to !• >se any sponge bed for three years is both unnecessars and unreasonable. Some time ag • the Bigbl Acklins was closi I similar period, and when opi n d ne irly all of ih" sponge gathered i el I manured, dual and I In s. .lie the 1 1 ti I id sponge mature \ at I ize of a small oi inge and tiny to remain on the bottom For a century they would grow no larger. Tie re are some settle nents Itie people are only kept tual starvation by being lo obtain credit, during^ the sp nige outfitters. I know of m who have as m my or more men than men on their bo with spi in lurils Is tlieie an\ i .ill that the people : I i Miami w huh is only twenty h .uis distant ? ( ) pen the Bight of Vndros la anger and I wi 11 guaran il within three months 1 i will be in circul ition. Yours, PRO 1'.\1M\. I ii a Mr. Editor: %  lave you visited the < 1 v i iments 1) ig Hun il Cemeten on the Easti rn Abutment ? If n .i. i i in 1 get a whiff of the hi ie -ozone I ilk ii s nutation, this < i >v< rn the Cak • for d >ing things. I w rn.I' r why lh ) da not bury so ne ol those d igs on (ioveruiii'-nt Hill or ill the Park B |a 11ize m itters ? Is the Govei nmeul undei the impi • sion that the process of I >og eli initiation r n len them to an ossified state shat there is ||u danger of "t4inki ition or h our Eastern ozone too pure a.id needs contaminat ion Can wonder why there is su< h m\ exodus to hlorida ? Soluti< >n Is not far to seek. More anon. PURE \Ui.



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r J T %  i Hi-. I \< I H li N E n Nassau N. P. i ( tli Nov. 191 j The Editor of The ftibune De 1 r Sir, I was reading in last night's paper about the fam MIS builder of roads. I'h-' Contractor tons to em pliy overseei Evan >asto hand roller, as li t lills in If its and holes he rolls at onci and no heavy sisal laden dray its can m ike any hole. But hen the Contra tor fills in the holes id II Us there is II 1 roll r to r >ll ii down. I have been told more tli in o ic<\ or twice l)J 1 10s • \ !io run the motor rullet an I those thai supply water to wet t > % %  road Hi at they an 1 l to tak am ordei fro n .1 one but die -u p 1 il%  1 le il roads o the Engineer t*> ro ] or wa'ei Hay I Contr otor had four hundred fe< 1 il road to m ike and "ii 1I1 • r li side -if Bay i, when on • 'f the Con-. missii mers, ha I t'• put in %  .our p iper. Why has that portion (i! 1 1 id DO! b 1 lolled tie sp • cifi at ion says is Ihe work pro cee Is the roll T will r >ll it (I iwn, I am not re p insible foi roll CONTRACTOR. Arthur's I own Cat Island. Nov. J i.i', "To the Editor of the Tribune Sir. We in itic d in vour colu ) I 18 11!'. 1 Silly letter si : "Church nan J mis" in which there w.'sa clumsy and half he 11 ted attack on our excellent Par ish Priest stu :k in bel veeii a little laint praise of the Bight t • icher an I an impertinent at tempt at a patrouage uf John \ BO e |" s |. We tnin'< if Churchman .1 mes" w 10 fr en ins pi mi* snivel ware to ,• 1 him-elf ''Mug wnmp Jon is" or "I>iss inlet JiHies" and p ii A'tl ur's I" 1 al ins le. t r h a I. h • would at 1' 1 1 s %  v %  1 ,• m-,e of Truth and Right' o isn. SS of which Virtues ii • has become the Bell appointed champion. >W leai Church na > J >n s at tuck ought t > liava bee 1 dn %  III .1 juillSt "U'esld III" V\ III III vour paper of CX*. I+th n ide an attac k mi the spread ol Obe ih in the Arthur's Town I >,, • harmless rattle j i tin as a:i\ th : hu n 1 1. :„. ,,.,, • ,1 him 1 \ll inf irmation in iv be u 1 I of \Ii F. Wilson, Tre isurer or G io. I'h mips in, Sec. Our I'lcst is all riiiht, a sit lighter, strong •> %  m in we h tve 11 111 had nor could desire. I le has b >eil a tower of STcilgth in the cause of Righteousness and Ins opp met ind viced mm .v .1 Mi Ins salt h isn't oppoil -.11 : ill) ol that inverte brate species who beneath a very thin veneer of re ei ) thing in tie I. itin portion of I ie I lumamties It is needless to S iv we for give him, be 1 luse we tire 1 er tain he has 11 latin or su 1 11 has is for home pr lu 'tio 1 and ^ N.111 never stand scrutiny or ir the blunt ofpu ilicity. T ic whole sentence go -s Uius \ oa lei CSt Si' 1 nn to Hie e of thoughtful people. I a ild no brief for the H Pr Tucker who i> well able to %  care of himsi II, but he. in IJ 1 iunt it to ins glorj that like a good Cath ilic Pi ii si he has become a stumbling block to v'icious. Yours truly "CHUUCH.MAN-SOBEK TO \l \KK RECORD GEI A WAV. A n cud gi t away will be made b\ the new "cruising yacht" of the Royal Mad, winch arrived h 're at 6 p.m. j sterd ly I m her maiden tii|> and is exliected to -.ul at to o' clo 1 tins 'iiorning. The vessel, the %  •. aribbean' vill ply in the New York Bermud 1 service ol I 1 II ie. S ie -i> of I 1 i.ooo tons and muter c iinmand of C'\<' R. I.. ,) 1 net. —Am an an I'a Hous %  per or Cook, \pplv it I nlrnne QfSce IMPERIAL THEATR.K To night Saturday Nov. 15. NEW REELS VGAIN AND \ BIG SHOW The Sheriff of Stormy Buete A I'.IX )N toil AND AS My Wife's Away {AGAIN The Bewitched Bandbox AN' ITALIAN FILM AND THE Cowboys Leap Year %  L od. is. \r,l KtJR Wl's EBENEZER CHURCH Harvest Festival Music. ()n Mo 1 la Nov. 17 at 8 p m. Soloists: Mrs. P.ma-, \lr~ London, 13. — Millitant suflra"Arson Squad" and "bomb troops" were at work in several parts of the country lasi : and succeeded in doing B cmisid' rable amount of damage. Athent, 13. rhe Greek and Turkish peace delegates reached m a g, • HI nl to day on practically all the points under negon ition. Queenstown, 13.—The steamer Uaui a lannock brought into South a WIIIIII-MIIIIIUI '•"" '" % %  >iush .Ml--. I.lll.r, Mlv r ,.,,,..,X.Y.I St. Matthew qu ited ter a n J for London. L.t.n .haetudow.thit.wh, L "' %  ...,..aNTU v The South Point engioot b.t hi the dear-Old Saint win AHVb&l I \\ ) \ crippled in a terrific storm liV tie L.IIO.r v ... .I'I s in ton nut fur all we know nevei kn iw H WOI I if latin like "Churchman lo 11 ,w\ I therefore lias n th n, to dowitfa the question In ending we are compelled t 1 Sy that we h iva sneaking s i-picion that "Church nan .1 1 s" must have been making his light shinin the Ltcal grog By the Clioit >il. 1 1'. lion A ': I'A I I' K I \!\\ll.\ I |.im N 11 iv•• 11.11 n 1 -1 I'.nvn, on I lies 18th — "' .'i^a 'ii 1 Adult-t i„i i lnl ic 11 j 1. I.mlit Refresh' nil ills I'm si le. I )u us ipen at 8 u clock. ere on She sent out a help and the her up PI November itn. all for i\,i|' I. IV. M ,, %  ,,. i j i;. neral nuerta refua ;1, demands "I the United States, icpri ed in an ultimatumsertt to him by John land.



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r I 11 £ I" K IB U NE %  i . in every City of consequence these coaster roller sleds is used by Juniors it cultivates their young brims and caused them t" experiment to something bet-1 ter and higher why should they I be deprived of their cheap plea' sure vvhiie many parents spends their hundreds of dollars for their pleasure, Automobiles, Pony Buggys, carriages, boats propelled &C, their is enough foolishness to be observed and our correspondence is not looking after that the Commandant has got enough to look after now than being burdened the in >re, for instance we have to ask him please to let us go on the street to play our band,and if he is not please what then we will have to wait until he is no j matter how urgent that a re1 reation which is enjoyed any time the Bandmen wants to without asking anyone in Flori da the children can go and amuse themselves in wbatevei they may, even playing a ga "I B ise I) ill in the streets of I' londa where they can make room if Perambulant can nnlv get a scheme up that can help the young people to grow food stuffs peas, corn, potatoe onions, tomatoes and vegetables and get a sale for same here af ter grown by excess high duty on all that sort of thing import ed from the states so that the people can see that their labour Wont be lost then he would just Rest and Comfort for the mother and health for trm baby follow the use of the 'Allenburys' Foods. They resemble healthy human milk in composition, nutritive value und digestibility. Babies fed on the "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive well. ^SlkxiburgsFods MILK FOOD No. 1. From birth to 3 months. MILK FOOD No. 2. From 3to6 munihs. I W4 MALTED FOOD No. 3. The 'Allenbiir>V RUSKS (Malted) From months upwards. From Hi months upward* TO BB OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS! AND STORES. cm~ Pamphlet "Inrant Feedingand Management" sent rree. ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND. %  m m as %  %  %  %  %  m %  %  r \X/I". vfould ifnnn nil who appreciate a < ', %  < %  -m<>ke that w • n "\ VV b 'v IS 1 gainst home enterprise Mr. Kditor you can take my word for it the sooner something b3 done about this question the better. for I am sure at least 80 pel cent of all the men you see emigrate to Florida hold sponge staff no more in their hands for ever and nothing else in this Bahamas but if Some inducement be done to keep them from going that they can w K'Kill'l TIIIN'KI R. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS. Just Received; ILI.IWIS MIR SHOP \1 W I las jnM added t.. InHI lend) 1.11 !•'• supply i" the line, I ugl 1-I1 and \ me. 111 an I milk-, buy. Ii-b and An.-1 u 1111 I ( rew Suit i .-I-...(-(line nl v\ I11I1 made 1.1 t on.pie-s. fibre) Kit !V.i_'v, Snti lirN, \u K I %  '., and -oiled I. HI. 11 I' 1 .1 l'iic s 111.ire inieiestiu|j than 1 \ i-i. IVrsi.n. in 1 li %  i-\ !• nf travelling will do U I'll |l VIHJI I I:.-. I )."p.oliuent in..' mnke ii wlecl mil iii>.\ WII.LIAMs' WHOLESALE \\n RETAIL DEPARI WENT. 2 77. 2 79 Hajr-stieet, Shingles Besl Nn. 1 Heart 3111. Cypn ss Shingles at $n per ihous in I uf 20 bundles Discounts on lots < n ed In givi you excellent tvoik. best %  •( refer ences, F01 turning etc., lee n-. \\'< guarantee to satisfy you and an confident that we can suit you. in iv I e entrusted to Ins rare with %  yiteni in I l.s|i itch ; and re*n*>c| fully 1 In 1 pnlrnn i K > 1 i--i niv I'II first in 1 prove that t wy are the very lowest foi fn-t w irk, ST \\D\UI) OH. COS Gasoline I Irums 1 in Gallons Delive 1 I W 1 J I 1 S inds on arrival "l 1 'ranees K Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. (i\l,L. Cash mi Delivery. C. C. SAUNDERS.



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J CD 1 n Null.us feddictus |urare in verba muglstrl. Being bound lo iwetr to the Uo|m&i f no Master VJL X. Nvsu. N. P., Bttlmmivs, Saturday. November 15, 1915 No. >0I LEON E H. DUI'I C H. holt >R 'M HaifrTfti .. OKII H ''' kKKRT STRRR1 Naf in N P., I AHAMAS, f, ii. Hot !•... •I HUSHED DAILY. ">l >oda). .'it--'i* \ .H i Friday — i| l %  "i %  J,t. ruesil.iv I 'i iv a ,i ndaj le rop |d •Veeklv ... ... 4 J,| %  1" I'hh iv ,.| QuaiTiu ... ... 4S. RalfYearU Year v |6i PAY Mil IIV Ml' AM f. A %  ai tiring R iti |ieaea i*t line fin riot i nert ; thin o u lii.e 'or -second Insertion, ami one penny nai 11 or for siitiscinieiil inset tioai \ Ivertisf meiil undei nht lines ,>, We have I" en requested to publish the Meow ing Add • I'-In i red in Nassau recently, by Mi. J. I! Smith : "I ill-. S-VIMTS IXIir.KMAN In tinfull..vi Mr,' n is intended t>> set before the reader where and bow the saints will spend eternity, 'I Ilia is a subji it cmcei mug which there nr many v iew exl mt in ihe world, and yel there is much • about it III ihe Si HI in i s. It is 1 ften tin ugl i iii H iii jiifi will lw able i i exist a*, itis mhoriied 1 V-. without any tangibility, oi material su H-iaiing Bround ni mighi ,. mbt ,,, tap r, %  W \ bevcnd ; hf e-.here il iegi"i -. i" H place i qualh as mystical Since i" an • i .1, „n i |.sns ,-,,,'d il..' %  '"v ''It i • v, w I, uimleiii ile* .MI I [mill lo i. I,, i,. ,^,13 R'. 3] : %  n.' v ., l,,| ; ,rc 1.11s. l l frillll |l i| ;;,.,' ,.. ,,, w |,„h they h ive lam dming ,. ,„„ %  tli 'ii-.md year*. Satan, who ban IHI-II bound all tilts tune, is now l"OS< d, and (toes .'in t<. deceive the vvfrked wlm have | -i been tailed, Ile gather! I hem nnd the great city of Cod Win.'' |.„ s j ust ^rscended fiom he..v. n, and while • iK i he rod about the .city, prep In tatte il and the saints inside, incomes down I'om God out ol heaven ami devours them. U v. jo ; 7,9, Thus we lee the wicked will receive llieii Bind punishment on the earth whn h is perfei Hy m h 11 MI my with the Scripture which lays "Uehold the 1 ighleous shall Lie imp rtsi il in the 1 1I1 ; mm h more ihe n L-ked and ihe tinner. 1'iov. 11 ; 31. It is supposed bj manj that the w icked will burn in tin' hike "I hie through time with' uul end, and thai then senses w ill In' IIIOIIRCUte and they Will be capable of suffering more pain th.in id \ are in tins piesent life. Ii ihii ui. a be correct there w i J 1 pun thai part ol the eatth 1 n winch the wicked aw, when the die c. me (low n fiom God out -of heav< 11 in I urn tin in, r* pirn In 1 ha 1 will never cease burning and •is long as 11 continues,it cm never he s.iiii tii 11 th,universe 1 special i\ ilos wi 1 :.l is cleansed from sin, lint the Scriptures plaint) teach 1 h.it 1 hi fire hi. Ii < 1 '.I rams upon the u 11 k< %  '.I. vours them". R 1 30 ; q g .ni Meladii s| e; ks of the same 1 vi nt 111 ilte fourth < hapter of Ins book, Ile s ivs, "For Ii hold the > He 1 in 10 .1 u|i ai long -.s they exisie.l m any lorm, 1*11hei in a hike ol lir.-or elsewhere. I he Psalmist shows ihe complete deswuction of the wicked in P $ j\ i<>, % %  which he says. | (l ye| ,, |i|r1( M hilcand the w icked shall not lie : \e thou sh .it diligenti\ coii.-i.h'i ins place and It shall Do| In." 'iul .1 the w iiked are lo live, although ii be HI .1 l.ik o| (ne, il r 1 11 %  j 1 I ih it they are not. Agaii 1 last clause of this leference IMV-S ihat, though we teek with -.rest diligence for the place of the wicked we shall nelifiod it, for it shall not be. I'ut if it be line that the wicked have a place in the lake of fiie, where hey spend eieiiiny, it cannot be Hue that they have no place. Hut ihe text says they ihall 11 it have a place. We now considei the twentieth verse of ihe same psalm. The first clause says,"But the wicked shall perish" If we turn to the dictionary we find that the word "perish" is defined to mean, •• 1 o be destroyed, to I come nothiii",, to die, t 1 wasle away," So in this texi the Psalmist shows n.' lin that Ihe fnes that come .low n upon the wicked completely destroy them, In the next clause of the Same reference lie likens the wicked, to the fat of lambs, an expiessi.ni by which he shows us howin. flammable tl e. are, that is, lhey will burn as readily as fal. I hen showHint al'rfTSlrjffPTrn'yTurii so readily they will eventually bum up, he .i 11111.111 sivs iii the sixteenth of his prophecy, thai they "shall be as though they had not been.". ,to be continued) I —H*l ha. Nassau N. P. Nov. i.itli 1913. To the Editor of Tribune I h .11 Sir, I hope' you would not allow you 1 attention i.> be directed to such foolishness as perambulant is taxing you ton. I must com* pliment the young minds on. tbcn innocent experiment since (continued on fourth pnge.)


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Null.us feddictus |urare in verba muglstrl.
Being bound lo iwetr to the Uo|m&i f no Master
VJL X.
Nvsu. N. P., Bttlmmivs, Saturday. November 15, 1915
No. >0I
LEON E H. DUI'I C H.
holt >R 'm HaifrTfti ..
OKI- I h ''' kKKRT STRRR1
Naf in N P., I AHAMAS,
f, ii. Hot !...
I HUSHED DAILY.
">l >oda). '......'it--'i* \ .H i Friday
i| l "i J,t.
ruesil.iv I 'i iv a ,i ndaj
le rop |d
Veeklv ... ... 4J,|
1" I'hh iv ,.|
QuaiTiu ... ... 4S.
RalfYearU
Year v |6i
PAY Mil I- IV Ml' AM f.
A ai tiring R iti |ieaea i*t line
fin riot i nert.....; thin o..... u lii.e
'or -second Insertion, ami one penny nai
11 or for siitiscinieiil inset tioai
\ Ivertisf meiil undei n- ht lines ,>,
We have I" en requested to
publish the Meow ing Add
I'-In i red in Nassau recently, by
Mi. J. I! Smith :
"I ill-. S-VIMTS IXIir.KMAN !
In tin- full..vi Mr,' n is intended
t>> set before the reader where and
bow the saints will spend eternity,
'I Ilia is a subji it cmcei mug which
there nr many v iew exl mt in ihe
world, and yel there is much
about it iii ihe Si hi in i s. It is
1 ften tin ugl i iii H iii jiifi will
lw able i i exist a*, itis mhoriied
1.....V-. without any tangibility,
oi material su H-iaiing
Bround ni mighi ,. mbt ,,, tap r,
W \ bevcnd ; hf e-.here il iegi"i -.
i" H place i qualh as mystical
Since i" a Future i ].- i, is given
MlfTicenl Mif.iiiii.it mi m Hi wind
- I h< re m il lmw I In \ inj ix-
pec' til (pi lol til i| (ulll .
Win ii tli" Millennium,1.1 ifeaone
tliu is mil ye ms ,,f [{Vv 2n, Ii is
< me !> an i .1, n i |.sns ,-,,,'d il..'
- '"- v ''It i v, w I, uimleiii
ile* .mi I [mill lo i- I,, i,. ,^,13
R'. 3] : ' n.' v ., l,,| ;,rc
1.11s.ll frillll |l i| ;;,.,' ,.. ,,, w|,h
they h ive lam dming ,. ,
tli 'ii-.md year*. Satan, who ban
Ihi-ii bound all tilts tune, is now
l"OS< d, and (toes .'in t<. deceive the
vvfrked wlm have | -i been tailed,
Ile gather! I hem nnd the great
city of Cod Win.'' |.s just ^rs-
cended fiom he..v. n, and while
i- Ki he rod about the .city,
prep In tatte il and the saints
inside, in- comes down I'om God
out ol heaven ami devours them.
U v. jo ; 7,9,
Thus we lee the wicked will
receive llieii Bind punishment on
the earth whn h is perfei Hy m
h 11 mi my with the Scripture which
lays "Uehold the 1 ighleous shall Lie
imp rtsi il in th- e 1 1I1 ; mm h
more ihe n L-ked and ihe tinner.
1'iov. 11 ; 31. It is supposed bj
manj that the w icked will burn in
tin' hike "I hie through time with'
uul end, and thai then senses w ill
In' iiioii- RCUte and they Will
be capable of suffering more pain
th.in id \ are in tins piesent life.
Ii ihii ui. a be correct there w i J
1 pun thai part ol the eatth 1 n
winch the wicked aw, when the
die c. me (low n fiom God out -of
heav< 11 in I urn tin in, r* pirn In
1 ha 1 will never cease burning and
is long as 11 continues,it cm never
he s.iiii tii 11 th,- universe 1 special
i\ ilos wi 1 :.l is cleansed from sin,
lint the Scriptures plaint) teach
1 h.it 1 hi fire hi. Ii < 1 '.I rams upon
the u 11 k< '.I. vours them". R 1
30 ; q g .ni Meladii s| e; ks of the
same 1 vi nt 111 ilte fourth < hapter of
Ins book,
Ile s ivs, "For Ii hold the Cometh in it shall I urn ai in oven;
and al l ihi piou I, yen, mid all 1h.1t
d shall Mu In ile : and
the day til o Cornel Ii shall Inn 11
Ihem up, saith ihe l.nd ol Hosts,
Hi,.1 it shall leave them neither
10 d 1.0 In ui' Ii". In this it will
-il\ sc.-n that Malaclll does
not mu,11.lie that the wicked will
burn through ceaseless ages. If tins
1 In' 1 ,ise in* could not say the
"d 1) tint Cometh shall burn theru
up,' for lhey could not be a iid t>>
He 1 in 10 .1 u|i ai long -.s they ex-
isie.l m any lorm, 1*11hei in a hike
ol lir.-or elsewhere. I he Psalmist
shows ihe complete deswuction of
the wicked in P$j\ i<>, * which
he says. | (l, ye| ,, |i|r1( M hilcand
the w icked shall not lie : \e thou
sh .it diligenti\ coii.-i.h'i ins place
and It shall Do| In." 'iul .1 the
w iiked are lo live, although ii be
HI .1 l.ik o| (ne, il r 1 11 ' j 1 I
ih it they are not. Agaii 1 last
clause of this leference imv-s ihat,
though we teek with -.rest dili-
gence for the place of the wicked
we shall nelifiod it, for it shall
not be. I'ut if it be line that the
wicked have a place in the lake of
fiie, where hey spend eieiiiny, it
cannot be Hue that they have no
place. Hut ihe text says they ihall
11 it have a place. We now consid-
ei the twentieth verse of ihe same
psalm. The first clause says,"But
the wicked shall perish" If we turn
to the dictionary we find that the
word "perish" is defined to mean,
1 o be destroyed, to I come noth-
iii",, to die, t 1 wasle away," So in
this texi the Psalmist shows n.' lin
that Ihe fnes that come .low n upon
the wicked completely destroy
them, In the next clause of the
Same reference lie likens the wick-
ed, to the fat of lambs, an expies-
si.ni by which he shows us how- in.
flammable tl e. are, that is, lhey
will burn as readily as fal. I hen
show- Hint al'rfTSlrjffPTrn'yTurii
so readily they will eventually
bum up, he .i sume. into smoke shall they con-
sume a ,\ay". Iii Miit. 3; 12 we
find I'lin theliiptist in speaking
of ihe wicked, likens them loch,iff,
and says they shall be burned " th
unquenchable fire"'. The lire that
settles .low n up in tin w icked
they surround the New lerusali m
Will I e of such a n..t 111 c that lhey
will he unable to quench it. It will
th-refine bum until ihe hist one of
t < n 1, consumed If it were pos-
sible to quench this fire the wick-
ed would do so and thus save them-
. from its awful flames, hut
w In n they aie buiued up the fire
will go uui from lack of some-
thing lo bum. So completely vm 11
th- wicked be destroyed that
t > 11111.111 sivs iii the sixteenth
of his prophecy, thai they "shall be
as though they had not been.".
,to be continued)
I H*l
ha.
Nassau N. P.
Nov. i.itli 1913.
To the Editor of Tribune
I h .11 Sir,
I hope' you would not allow
you 1 attention i.> be directed to
such foolishness as perambulant
is taxing you ton. I must com*
pliment the young minds on.
tbcn innocent experiment since
(continued on fourth pnge.)


I II L r K I fi l) Nh
sal at that settlement, 'l'his is
a matter that needs, at nice, the
serious attention of the Govern-
ment,
Zbc tribune
Saturday, November 15. 191 >
One reason why our Colony
does not prosper as much as il
might to. is, to our mind, the
svstem which prevails of buying
largely through commission
If h- were paid in commissions
and for long credits, more money
would be available for !
needs, and goods could be
more cheaply.
Much of this money v
into the coffers of the
ag nl- could he kept here w
u would |lll(| renumei itive
channels \\ Inch would tend to
ii cr< ase our prosperity and thus
keep a I irgei number of | pie
in the Bahamas
1 lie heapening of merch in
disc which would result if only
in a small degree, would r<
tl e OBI of living and i
w Ii i! people c.iii! g > further.
We are of opinion thai I
a matter which will tend to
i hjht itself. It &eems to us that
growing number of
n en among us'who art giving
idy att< ntion to business liv-
ing wiihin their or-ans. and en-
abling themselves to buy where
they please, and at the cheapest
possible rati -
Should our Surmise!
we think it \% ill |. found
iti nurse ol lime, when i apital
is wauled lor new enterpi
more of it will be available than
at present.
\N want a larger number of
! pl< of all grades who will
'Scorn di lights and Ii i bori
ous da> s," who will be di
mined to get on, and who will
be unafraid of the opinions of
their neighbours, Is not the St if]
collar with the imowrulati shirt
front too much in c idem e in
every rank of life, an I are we
not too much deprivi 'I of the
it of the rolled up sleeve and
the brawny arm ? Win n w i
' i C "i -it, why not go into
the unrest rved seats an 1 spe id
on something that
will give us solid macnal bene-
lit and increase th lount
spenl in the stores and on pro-
d tive labour ?
B a schooner that has just
arrived from Arthur's Town, I
Island, we are informed that a
species of iphis, comm
known as the "White Fly" ia at-
tacking and killing out the si-
Harvest Festival Services
b in | held to-morrow at
Ebenezer Wesleyan Church,
morning, afternoon and evening
at the usual hours. In the
evening Sen i< the duet "My
si >ng shall In' alw ay Thy mi n
Mendelssohn's Hymn of
Pi ds u ill N" rend -re 1 by Mrs
Paine and \li Asa Pritch ur 1
0 Ip.m.a
programme of Harvest Festival
Musi, will be rendered by the
C ii ur. and the soloists will be
Mrs Paine, Mr- R \V. I',;
Mr Asa I'm hard and the Rev.
F. S. |l'aim\ The programme
is as follows:
At UeO >a Miss \t
H
Duel lir I. nl is my -
Mrs. I'.. iikI Mi R i
1 S il.. ,':ii'
11 bi \ '..i i
da I i'i

Mrs Cii
Duct :!.!." and I .. ,.
blushiri i Mrs.
Paine and M isa Pnti har I.
S'.|("i \c hull1 i i Roan. M i Q
Doe) -' \ lbs M i i f illiii ." Mis
Paim
r i Q lartetb i
! -
,hl'\li.\ losliatMi'T I'.VFini: ...
by (a '- ' 'li"ii.
II i '
Part I-Seed I
Part M H I .,1 !.
Pan III l in ii.ii it I !.
Doxotogy
Ii ii.
The Mail Si ia"
sailed fn i n Ne iv Vork al | o
P m I' ridav with \ -> j lasseu {*rs
and Boo ban els cargo Will
proceed to iu n.\tan n > and
Santi ign de I luba.
"The lm|M i cil" presented a
ve ) g< iod programme, last e\ en
ing, to a full house. A vei v g
programme will be given this
evening. See advi rli >ement.
I Editor of "Tlic I'nliu ie."
sir.
Certainly I wish every in
be i van ill i' there i > sei ious
materi d an I fri Ie n
That is why jl wrote the lettei
to which Inh ibitanl refers, ilis
reference to Rev*ren I ge iil>'.
men it kind and wa not
to the pomt I vork ul such
me i rj>es not entail din
rn with in.n. i .I
matters, an I fault is not to be
imputed to them foi minding
directly their own complicated
an 1 inexhaustible work. Ii is
very doubtful indeed whether
the Pulpit should be used to
open out Such questions as tl. >
of economics. I incline to thihk
"The Tribune" a vers much
more suitable medium.
I had Supposed that the t-'ii
deiicy of my original query as
to the Irish was obvi iu, appa-
rently it was not. The lush
abroad are apable nf excel-
ling ill evei v kind of work. They
furnish leaders in ei ery profes
sion. In their own island they
have ii.' been a great success,
. ot perhaps comp irnti\ ely in
the 6th and 7th outlines of our
era. If you gn to I tonegal or
Galway you find them unener
gel e, apathetic, disorderly. The
a for this, .is.in Irish friend
ol mine t< .1 to me. lies
possihly in want of good food
and in climal IC conditions. I'. :
. simil H' ond it ions maj 1"'
found t" obtain in the Bahamas;
they will be n fa< toi ti lie
red in the Labour Proh
leai. I have had to emplo) sev.
eral men in the garden of the
Rei ti n and they work III-.
Ii iahinan in Ireland; they w i i
delightful in their ma mere and
h -p ' ssly shirk- and unorigina-
i in theii work M\ ";'sei\a
lion is \en pan I as I have
I. .'i here for 8 months, so
that I am not so m ell able to
judge as Inhabitant, in spue of
ins in-imi ition to the contrary,
I Ie has alluded indirectly to
in ither feature f t ie case edu
cation. How Far dues the lack of
means for higher and lechni
i! i hi in tins island militate
i ist Labour. Very consider
alilv. I am sure.
whole reason for mv for-
letter, however, was to sti
muhite the ..i |er and i xperienc
-il inhabitants to write con
str li liv 1\ .and waa b) no mea
rn. a.a tosu| ,'K i i.iig 't for lie
gative ci iticism. So far as the
I a bo ui Question i- concerned
Inhabitant's lettei is littl m than w isle ol I iin. and pap II
in ci iikjIus ion. Sir, al low me
to express i regret that "CI i
has e.iS id to A I Ie ; wh'tll
we agree it ti him i .r no, his
writin . was interesting and he
wrote from obi ei i at ion That is
the kind of w riling to help us
forward
Yours faithfully,
WlLFKBD Si i\ii IPS LoV I.I.. |
Nov. i jlh i')l.5-
I (ear Mr. Editor.
The labour question has been
very well discussed in vour
olumus,and many reasons have
been given for the "Exodus to
Florida." Please allow
to have my sav:
The Bight of \ndr s has been ,
closed for two years and it is
that upon the advice of
the Magistrate, al one of the
settlements, it will be closed for
another year. Now sir, this
in. is that the people um-t o,
Wbmi n as well as men gather
spo ig ; and if tins opportunity
is i I to them what are 111 .
to do ? | understand that an |.
sonable amount of protection is
>sary, but to ! >se any
sponge bed for three years is
both unnecessars and unreason-
able.
Some time ag the Bigbl
Acklins was closi I similar
period, and when opi n d ne irly
all of ih" sponge gathered
i el I manured, dual
and I In s. .lie the
11 ti I id sponge mature \ at
I ize of a small oi inge and
tiny to remain on the bot-
tom For a century they would
grow no larger.
Tie re are some settle nents
Itie people are only kept
tual starvation by being
lo obtain credit, during^
the sp nige
outfitters. I know of m
who have as m my or more
men than men on their bo
with spi in lurils Is tlieie
an\ i .ill that the people :
I i Miami w huh is only twenty
h .uis distant ?
()pen the Bight of Vndros la
anger and I wi 11 guaran
. il within three months
1 i will be in circul ition.
Yours,
PRO 1'.\1M\.
I ii a Mr. Editor:
lave you visited the < 1 v i i-
ments 1) ig Hun il Cemeten on
the Easti rn Abutment ? If n .i.
i i in 1 get a whiff of the
hi ie -ozone I ilk
ii s nutation, this < i >v< rn
the Cak for d >ing
things. I w rn.I' r why lh ) da
not bury so ne ol those d igs on
(ioveruiii'-nt Hill or ill the Park
' b |a 11ize m itters ? Is the
Govei nmeul undei the impi
sion that the process of I >og eli
initiation r n len them to an
ossified state shat there is ||u
danger of "t4inki ition or h
our Eastern ozone too pure a.id
needs contaminat ion Can
wonder why there is su< h m\
exodus to hlorida ? Soluti< >n Is
not far to seek.
More anon.
PURE \Ui.


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n
Nassau N. P.
i (tli Nov. 191 j
The Editor of The ftibune
De 1 r Sir,
I was reading in last night's
paper about the fam mis builder
of roads.
I'h-' Contractor tons to em
pliy overseei Evan >asto
hand roller, as li t lills in
If its and holes he rolls at onci
and no heavy sisal laden dray
its can m ike any hole.
But hen the Contra tor fills
in the holes id II Us there is
II 1 roll r to r >ll ii down.
I have been told more tli in
o ic<\ or twice l)J 1 10s \ !io run
the motor rullet an I those thai
supply water to wet t > road
Hi at they an 1 l to tak am
ordei fro n .1 one but die -u
p 1 il- 1 le il roads o the En-
gineer t*> ro ] or wa'ei Hay
' I Contr otor had four
hundred fe< 1 il road to m ike
and "ii 1I1 r li side -if Bay
i, when on 'f the Con-.
missii mers, ha I t' put in .our
p iper. Why has that portion
(i! 1 1 id DO! b 1 lolled tie sp
cifi at ion says is Ihe work pro
cee Is the roll t will r >ll it
(I iwn,
I am not re p insible foi roll
CONTRACTOR.
Arthur's I own Cat Island.
Nov. J i.i',
"To the Editor of the Tribune '
Sir.
We in itic d in vour colu
' ) I 18 11!'. 1 Silly letter si :
"Church nan J mis" in which
there w.'sa clumsy and half he 11
ted attack on our excellent Par
ish Priest stu :k in bel veeii a
little laint praise of the Bight
t icher an I an impertinent at
tempt at a patrouage uf John \
BO e |" s |.
We tnin'< if Churchman
.1 mes" w 10 fr en ins pi mi* sni-
vel ware to , 1 him-elf ''Mug
wnmp Jon is" or "I>iss inlet
JiHies" and p ii A'tl ur's I" 1
al ins le.t r h a I. h would at
1' 1 1 s v 1 , m-,e of Truth
and Right' o isn. SS of which
Virtues ii has become the Bell
appointed champion.
>W leai Church na > J >n s
at tuck ought t > liava bee 1 dn
III .1 juillSt "U'esld III" V\ III
III vour paper of CX*. I+th n ide
an attac k mi the spread ol
Obe ih in the Arthur's Town I > 11 lit whii h all civilized peo
pie must api ilaud.
Are we tl Jones'an injustice if we shrewd
ly guess that he ton 1- smarting
under the lash laid on ihe backs shop prepai 1 writing so St. MSNE'S SCHOOLROO I
of those who were ishe ind rude and pointless a letter which
purified in the.blond of a fowl?" could only have en 1 1 TUESDAY, NOA 18th.
rchman Jones"saysamous pen of"a end ENTERTAINMENT
other imbecile things: "Speak egregious ass. Admission is.
Sp
iitg lately with another member
il ie 1 luild) I le irne I thai the
buying of a band frc was a col
". Ueallv how unso
regions ass.
Comparisons are always in-
vidious ai\A as a case in p.....t
we cannot see wh) Mr. Samuel
Culmer's nans tis uitt du <1 in
phi-ii-i-ed your pseudonymous contiguit) to the present Com-
1,1 resp indent mus| I"' in tr\ m _:
iye us believe he "is a
11 of the Guild" and in I
^ 1 .ih
Admission is.
Doors o| jo p-m-
In aid of Church Funds
missionei it the B ?ht ex :ept
bring ou more fully
an 1 in the the utter iuc imp of the
ireatli informing us that callow amateur who for a brief
lad to haw a c i ion perj ,1 ,,1 1 hi nself \
. ith in il hi n to ar rjo nm r of I V thur's
rive at the most elementary facts Town District." and during
'nm rcied with the Guild. whose administration witch rait
[Vuly baptism in cocks blood triumphed to the .detriment of
is not condusive to intelligence, the halt, tin ind the blind.
certainly not to truthfulni \\ i, ,v/
The San Salve lor Amuse n inl W|UJ wnea
Guild is strongei than ever, its
membership has tr
EMP
\\ VNTI I).
PLOYMFNI" hy
a le 1 ling in in
our mi has
to take a well eat ied 1 ication
s n e u Hi prove himself a real I. tader,
\u just, large fu id a its ,, ,, a little tin
isal and the pi iposed band >,,..... harmless rattle j
i tin as a:i\ th : hu n 1 1. :. ,,.,, ,1 him 1
\ll inf irmation in iv be u 1 I of
\Ii F. Wilson, Tre isurer or G io.
I'h mips in, Sec.
Our I'lcst is all riiiht, a
sit lighter, strong > m in we h tve
11 111 had nor could desire. I le
has b >eil a tower of STcilgth in
the cause of Righteousness and
Ins opp met ind viced mm
.v .1 Mi Ins salt h isn't oppoil
-.11 : ill) ol that inverte
brate species who beneath a
very thin veneer of re bilit) hide that rn ral and men-
tal cretinism which as in I
present itru les itself in
of all attempts at 1 onceal-
We w iul I su . ' I hurch-
111.10 Jones" that For the sa 1 '
symmetry he tughi li iv ti 1 11
ed one of his I it'" f|uot itions,
for se |uence is aim t e> ei)
thing in tie I. itin portion of I ie
I lumamties
It is needless to S iv we for
give him, be 1 luse we tire 1 er
tain he has 11 latin or su 1 1-
1 has is for home pr lu 'tio 1
and ^n.- 111 never stand scrutiny or
ir the blunt ofpu ilicity. T ic
whole sentence go -s Uius \ oa
lei CSt Si' 1
nn to Hie
e of thoughtful people.
I a ild no brief for the H
Pr Tucker who i> well able to
care of himsi II, but he. in ij
1 iunt it to ins glorj that like
a good Cath ilic Pi ii si he has
become a stumbling block to
v'icious.
Yours truly
"CHUUCH.MAN-SOBEK "
TO \l \KK RECORD
GEI A WAV.
A n cud gi t away will be
made b\ the new "cruising
yacht" of the Royal Mad, winch
arrived h 're at 6 p.m. j sterd ly
I m her maiden tii|> and is ex-
liected to -.ul at to o' clo 1
tins 'iiorning. The vessel, the
. aribbean' vill ply in the New
York Bermud 1 service ol I 1
II ie. S ie -i> of I1 i.ooo tons and
muter c iinmand of C'\<' R. I..
,) 1 net. Am an an I'a
Hous
per or Cook,
\pplv it I nlrnne QfSce
IMPERIAL
THEATR.K
To night
Saturday Nov. 15.
NEW REELS VGAIN
AND \ BIG SHOW
The Sheriff of
Stormy Buete
A I'.IX )N toil AND AS
My Wife's Away
{AGAIN
The Bewitched
Bandbox
AN' ITALIAN FILM
AND THE
Cowboys Leap
Year
L od. is.
\r,l KtJR Wl's
Ebenezer Church
Harvest Festival Music.
()n Mo 1 la Nov. 17 at 8 p m.
Soloists: Mrs. P.ma-, \lr~
London, 13. Millitant suflra-
"Arson Squad" and
"bomb troops" were at work in
several parts of the country lasi
: and succeeded in doing B
cmisid' rable amount of dam-
age.
Athent, 13. rhe Greek and
Turkish peace delegates reached
,m ag, hi nl to day on practi-
cally all the points under nego-
n ition.
Queenstown, 13.The steamer
Uaui a lannock brought into
South
a
wiiiiii-miiiiiui '"" '" >iush .Ml--. I.lll.r, Mlv r' ,.,,,..,- x.y.i
. St. Matthew qu ited ter a-n J for London.
L.t.n .haetudow.thit.wh, L "'...,..- aNTU v The South Point engioot
b.t hi the dear-Old Saint win AHVb&l I \\ ) \ crippled in a terrific storm
liV tie L.IIO.r v ... .i'i s in ton nut
fur all we know nevei kn iw h
woi I if latin like "Churchman
lo 11 ,w\ I therefore lias n th n,
to dowitfa the question
In ending we are compelled
t 1 Sy that we h iv- a sneaking
s i-picion that "Church nan
.1 1 s" must have been making
his light shin- in the Ltcal grog
By the Clioit
>il. 1 1'. lion !
a ':
I'A I I' K I \!\\ll.\ I .
|.im N 11 iv 11.11 n 1 -1
I'.nvn, on I lies
18th "' .'i^a 'ii 1 Adult-t
ii i lnl ic 11 j 1. I.mlit Refresh'
nil ills I'm si le. I )u us ipen at 8
u clock.
ere
on
She sent out a
help and the
' her up
PI
November itn.
all for
i\,i|'
I.IV.
M ,,,,. i j i;. neral nuerta
refua ;1,
demands "I the United States,
. icpri ed in an ultimatumsertt
to him by John land.


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in every City of consequence
these coaster roller sleds is used
by Juniors it cultivates their
young brims and caused them
t" experiment to something bet-1
ter and higher why should they I
be deprived of their cheap plea- '
sure vvhiie many parents spends
their hundreds of dollars for
their pleasure, Automobiles,
Pony Buggys, carriages, boats
propelled &C, their is enough
foolishness to be observed and
our correspondence is not look-
ing after that the Commandant
has got enough to look after
now than being burdened the
in >re, for instance we have to
ask him please to let us go on
the street to play our band,and
if he is not please what then we
will have to wait until he is no j
matter how urgent that a re-
1 reation which is enjoyed any
time the Bandmen wants to
without asking anyone in Flori
da the children can go and
amuse themselves in wbatevei
they may, even playing a ga
"I B ise I) ill in the streets of
I' londa where they can make
room if Perambulant can nnlv
get a scheme up that can help
the young people to grow food
stuffs peas, corn, potatoe
onions, tomatoes and vegetables
and get a sale for same here af
ter grown by excess high duty
on all that sort of thing import
ed from the states so that the
people can see that their labour
Wont be lost then he would just
Rest and Comfort
for the mother and health for trm baby
follow the use of the 'Allenburys' Foods.
They resemble healthy human milk in composition, nutritive value und digestibility.
Babies fed on the "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive well.
^SlkxiburgsFods
MILK FOOD No. 1.
From birth to 3 months.
MILK FOOD No. 2.
From 3to6 munihs.
I W4
MALTED FOOD No. 3. The 'Allenbiir>V RUSKS (Malted)
From months upwards. From Hi months upward*
TO BB OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS! AND STORES.
cm~ Pamphlet "Inrant Feeding- and Management" sent rree.
ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND.

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\X/I". vfould ifnnn nil who appreciate a < ', < ! -m<>ke that w n "\
VV b 'v<- on h.nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA* IGARS. We
v.ma Ami sumatrp
suarantee our biand to he made of the fines! I!.i
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout
Tru-sp I'ji/jiis are manufactured on oui premise* hi -dolled work-urn
and :-.' pains are I ikeu tn prod.....an article nl mi| rnoi anility,
The success we have met wnh in tin- ptsi leads n- ~oirfid< ntly loexp.*ri
ilie p itron ijte of connoiseurs,
J. L. S\t NDF.RS -v c ...
M.m Street.
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigfar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
efsevv/iere
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
see s ime profit will be theirs it
will !' ah ight thinking \ 014 for
be doing so n 'thing to stop'this space yours a
exodus distress not to help drive
the young youth away when
they can get these pleasures,
Mr. Editor, think on the other
day a man at Bight Cat Ulan I
101 ported a few boxes of tom
toes from New York when he
sent for canned tomatoes and
when he opened it the sime w 1
tomatoes that was packed by
Howies ol the Bahamas only the
cost was so high that he con-
cluded that if he had known
that they was from Bowles he
* might as well bought it from
Bowles and he would have save
his trouble I just mention this
pi see how these people real I>
IS 1 gainst home enterprise Mr.
Kditor you can take my word
for it the sooner something b3
done about this question the
better. for I am sure at
least 80 pel cent of all the men
you see emigrate to Florida
hold sponge staff no more in
their hands for ever and nothing
else in this Bahamas but if Some
inducement be done to keep
them from going that they can
w
K'Kill'l TIIIN'KI R.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS. Just Received;
ILI.IWIS
MIR SHOP \1 W
I las jnM added t.. In- hI lend)
1.11 !' supply i" the line,
I ugl 1-I1 and \ me.
111 an I milk-, buy.
Ii-b and An.-1 u 1111
I(rew Suit i .-I-..-
.(-(line nl v\ I11I1 .....
made 1.1 t on.pie-s.
fibre)
Kit !V.i_'v, Snti lirN, \u k I '.,
and -oiled I.hi. 11 I' 1 .- 1
l'iics 111.ire inieiestiu|j than
1 \ i-i.
IVrsi.n- in 1 li i-\ ! nf
travelling will do
U I'll |l VIHJI I I:.-. I )."-
p.oliuent in..' mnke
ii wlecl mil iii>.\.
WII.LIAMs'
WHOLESALE \\n RETAIL
DEPARI WENT.
277. 279 Hajr-stieet,
Shingles
Besl Nn. 1 Heart 3111. Cypn ss
Shingles at $n per ihou-
s in I uf 20 bundles
Discounts on lots <
: 11 ..
W. \. M \ I HER
1 NDF.R l\Ki:i<
Rs|RES ! inform liis friendi
and the Public ih it he lias
just rec 'iwd .1 < mplele outfit of
I 11 ill ties (in 1 lie bus mi'-- nl an nn.
'I' I I.' I. W In. Il |il..(i's hi.11 111 .1
on cheaper gradesalso p""",""i irrv out Fu......-.i- that
500 shingles,
Special Price
D
,111. Cj press at 96.72 per
thousand nf 20 bundles. This
price made possible by .1 ven
large purchase,
I' resh stock arriving every
Wi i'k.
C. C. SAUNDKKS.
T
Kn.lk'E
11 s is I,, remind I tic
d the Old stu.....\. S.
J- mer Shop) En si
umlei
I'uhllc
.11. .Is
r...\ -1.....1,
the Man igr.
Will! Il is IIUW
inenl nl
I \MI s \. EVANS
I'ON IK' \i |()R \\n JOIN I R
11 iikI 1.111.* ; nffini of every des
11 ipl mil. I nn pri |> n ed In givi
you excellent tvoik. best ( refer
ences, F01 turning etc., lee n-. \\'<
guarantee to satisfy you and an
confident that we can suit you.
in iv I e entrusted to Ins rare with
yiteni in I l.s|i itch ; and re*n*>c|
fully 1 In 1 pnlrnn iK> 1 i--i
niv I'ii first in1 prove that t wy
are the very lowest foi fn-t
w irk,
ST \\D\UI) OH. COS
Gasoline
I Irums 1 in Gallons
Delive 1 I W 1 J I1 S inds
on arrival "l1'ranees K "
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
(i\l,L.
Cash mi Delivery.
C. C. SAUNDERS.


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