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I M E I R I E U I\L Ghc tribune Tuesday. Novembsr 18 191 i Toronto Exhibition, is a most [his expectation, and his contriwelcomeand unequivoe.il proof I button to the collection wag not of tlie success of out Exhibit. I given grudgingly, Mr. and Mrs. We have from time to time | PaineS musical gifts will be minipii "inwini' .•ic,--..i,iiu of the sorfiv missed whenever tbev ,. . show the Bahamas made, and may be called upon tu leave -the It is thought that the King is these accounts came from vancolony. ^' k nghard mcii >e 'ed sources, bul the gold medal two great parties on the ques crowns all, and should move us tron of I lome Rule 1 his may to do better still the next tune. be jwecase, though'His Majesty's By the way-has the hard work f^nt deahngs through Lord 0 fthe Exhibition Committee ol Stamfordham with Mr. Asqu.tl, the Chamber of Coniniert el i m>> quite conceivably have resufficiently noted ? Not only Mr. .?'i ?J^ t,,in S' C.E.AIbJry, but gemlemeii like It would be „ary aattiral, howHon. T. II. "C. Lnfthouse and ^er.tor the King to try hard to the younger men who I i %  ., v'"; i"u a "y etrted that Committee deserve the yuemV.ctona skilfully and sue highest )|;I1S ,. T ne cold medal """ %  vend 10 bring iscertainh .1 prize togive them ; %  ;'' % %  "" %  % %  m 1884 b [uct (.rule m their work. Ought Lprd they not to went it in turn ? cessfullv aboui .HI twe< 11 (ii idstone Nl1, n 1 |u Miou of tht extension ol the Irani bise. King Georgi 1. d .< bis As a result of the Canned I'o matoes exhibited at the I n o "•" union-* I'Miiiiniii .11 on1 iiiuii ''"-',' V" 1 Kl fc, J to Exhibition by Messrs \. and "•" | ""' ,,l :. l : '' hasa heavj • A. Griffin, of Governor's Hat 10 waste 1,0111, Eleuthera, by request, Uiey sending forward a small Mesdamcs John N Brov Lillian A. Berger, Walter M Jones, Richard W S wver, and Mirv I. Stevens; Rev. and Mr, A Lbert II mer. Mr and Mrs Charles Hallett, Mr. and Mr* Chart s N. Westlield, lion and Mrs. Fredk. C. Wells Durranf Messrs. George W. Armbrister Joseph W. Girven. Mervl \\' Munduriler, Charles W.' Newland ; Masters John N I. Brown Charles II. T. Brown, Walter Jones, ami Malvn Jon S ; Rcvds. Gouvernuer Cru^ei, Cecil |) u .' than previously, in front of thejquenov. Geonje L. IS from and I he Northern gate. Ernest \ Wade; Rev.l. Father The improvement of Government 11 'use grounds con tinues to be can ied on. \ re taining wall is being built from the Eastern wall to the VVesl ''I'II one forming a plateau, which itives .1 widei drivi *n\ will be made much larger and %  1 broad flight "f steps corres ponding with those leading to the front il lor, will extend from the gate to the plateau. time by putting back the Home Rn [shipment of ten ca*es to a Bi 1 Rule settlement till all, ra Gen era! Election. In thiaw .) the ker in Toronto, who write*ibat will put oil the .headed leg,, jf their pack Win?good hi.UtoSe lation concerning the land. At exhibited, I ere will be uo diflie same tune they will prevent f.culty in placing then present the larlia-.ea. \e. from so stock, and I so all they can pack opffating as to override the In the future,, .this is g.Kd fo, veto* the House ol Lords Fur the money spent on the Fxhibi "'" %  Wf the(prestige of the tioo, aud if successful, and we Isec no reason why it should noi than repa\ expeusi like to prevent anj measure from passing over iheir lordships heads. I lie Ulster ineconcitables n also a force foi the Union st 1 iders to reckon with. It suits the prospective rebels to wrec:l< l|! "i"' Rule iJ' possible, and vi 1 question whether Mr. Bonai law feels strong enough to at lt? mpt to do without his Lflsl "Hies. At the same lime, bol Mr. Bonnr Law and Mr. F. I.. "'tli represeni Liver I on stitueni ii, wher religious feel 1 g runs strong, and they mu reds take account of tlie sym pathy between Prot-starrl l.i'ver P '<>l and (>range North lister. he SO, it will lie 11 e for the trouble am Those who listened to the Harvest Festival Music at Kbenr/cr VV'esleyan Church last night enjoyed a treat. We saj thry "enjoyed" it, because the faces of those who form' d the congregation hWre H itm ss to the As usual, Mrs Paine did not 1 in know n how to (,ul at anj point, and Mrs. R. \\'. Brace's rich and well trained contralto voice was a di light to hear in s ilos, duet and qu ir !• ties, Ri v. I'". 1. Paine w an a Sast; tower of strength with his hue f varied iir m, Ins On I ion held at 11 lord ni Ocl 17th 10.1 j the di I of VI. \ 'in ah | \ w 1c inferred on T. II K. M ml dei B A, New Coll) I l rd, a d I;I" 1 tor of Schools, The Bah nil as It gives 11pleasure to N 0 the lib rve clipping, from winch it will l>e seen that our I r tor of Schools has attained M \ degree of I ijcfWd. \\ < %  congrAtulate Mr. Mouldei BI d isli hun 1.1 . hoksstic hi.nours in tinfuture Koerig, Capt Irvingtt We have !" a ble to obtain information ith regard h tlie sisal disease, and also a remedy for same, w hich ^\ e will publish in Ihur-dav's issue, No Cablegrams have been reCe'l\ <•] to da\ 1 ass rendering Mr. Asijuitli and his colleauu s and our own Bahamian repre areootlikel) to weakly surreii ntativeon the p r ograinma • 'l r to the threats of tht Cars, a'sohist, Mr. Asa Hritchard.made s : hut the arc wiiHng i i us fed thai we i d n it 'lang consider reasonable suggest! heacfa with shame. Miss making towards peai o. •' 'Ulieihhf shov II thai hi ;l ool hc.\d. a firm will, The has and Mabel Cole handled the org in with sympathy and skdl, and the i i• • %  ir 1/ their n ii lei OIL; I the choi us"s tave good evidence of careful a id efficient training. The writer went especling to ** get pleasure <>ut of the pro l he Gold Medal awarded to gramme, but he can Iruthfully '*mai Exhibit at the say. that his pleasure was beyond It seems to us tli ii if only For tin sake of practice for 'he op' i.itui ior Wireless Telegraph Station, might pick up some of ihe many steamers pa through the Crooked Island, and the I lole, in the Wall passagi s. Florida Strall ,nu\ the Old Bah ima Channel, and furnish the n -s with their names and rm ition obtained from tln'iii latiiet ih JIII rusting awsj in (.'aunt spectral, audex|ieiisi> e Bilence, n would lie at le isi ini res i i|t t'i the public lo know that they were doing something. n h.ntncss in handling difficult • mationi We do not think will fail in this instant e. Hie Hah The Mail -itc ner "Vigilan II an ivetl tins morning from Xc Mill; with the folio A inn I M i • Elizabeth Close, Miriam Stewart, Harriet D. Stevens,-1.vdia Templeton, and I'.llcn Mary Wolls-Durrant. Gabi lei Haff. Misses Louise Kellv, Reel Rahmiii", Amy Scavella, and I tie \\ ilsou Mesdami s Rosa %  II. Charlotte Kelly, Fran, es Kelly, Clothilda Mar'* shall, and Rosalie Reere ; Mr. and Mi John Johnson ; \Jessrs Harrv \dams, Hernan Brice, nd < ierald Cupee ; Master Carats Kell (j) ^ Tin pas i ngi rs per "VigilanHa tins mornin" wi re not d until IO o'clock owing to die screw of tie Ti ndei hei n fouled bi a hawser. I he following wrie passrnfei pei "|'i inc s p. ,, n Sunday morning from Miami. Mr. nd Mrs. II. B. Vest and two children; Messrs James Rod''. .Nathan Coaklev, David Nolle, William Cartwright, x| i I Cartwright, Caesar Klc1 'hi, Phillip tasev, Stanley Swi i-ting, Michael Dean, and William Ll, Fdmund Butjer, Knnnanuel Mitchell, toward Chrisholm and Ernest 7) I larlmg "'The Imperial" had a fairly g'HKl attendance last evening, when a very good programme wa presented. An entire charge of programme bai I n arranged Foi to morrow evening when Nassau's only female iniperson ator H ill appear. Don'l miss this one Following is a lynopsil of a two reel picture to be given to morrow. See advertisement. Following is a synopsis of a two reel picture to be given to morrow:



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T 11 i£. TRIBUNE Till. TRAMP HEPORTF.H Glenn is a reporter on the '"Times." 'lie is sent out on an %  !,mi HI; Imi yields to temptation and attends a cocking main. He falls down on his storv and is discharged. He DM ii" money and turns tramp, going to u distant city where he obtains a situation as a reporter on the "Star." Lyman Garnett is also .'i reporter nn Jtlie "Star," but his work it no longer bril liant and he falls under the ban. He turns in .1 story winch is mediocre and he is given the usual wo weeks notice and (ilenn is hired to take his place on the stalT. Lyman has a "'if'' and daughter, who are ambitious. Ile h is not been saving and has no n pans ol support other than his weekly {wage. He returns home from I ie office the day of his discharge and finds Lucy all expectancy as she is going away to college. She shows him a few simple gowns and he groans in despair as he knows she must give !up her cherished dreams He cannot tell his family that he has been discharged on this occasion. In the office < ilenn is kind to him and the old man unbosoms himself and Glenn is much affected. Garnett again goes home and tells his wife their misfortune and she is well friigh distracted. Glenn makes good and in a few weeks be nmes the star reporter. There is a mysterious murder and the entire staff is is put on the story. Reporters Come in with accounts, but the city editor is violent fortherea son that other papers have had the same stories and he demands a solving of the mystery. Glenn is fortunate enough to be in a locality where the Murderer is pursued l>\ a policeman (and sh"i The thug, dying, confesses and (ilenn h 1 1 scoop, taking notes of the Confession with no .one present except himself and the officer. He sees a way to reinstate Lyman Garnett in the good graces of the owner and editor of the "Star." Going to .1 saloon he writes the notes of the confession an I sends them, together with a note to Gamett, who is alone in the city room. Garnett verifies some of the facts by telephone, writes the big story, scooping all the younger and more |active men and is reinstated |and given a raise in salary. Just aftci this, Glenn reels inI As he lias been an inhabitant to the presence of the City Eli[for only eight mouths, he will tor apparently drunk, without j ljn sure'l e pauloned forjtreading any facts in regard to the crime, onto, him, terra incognita; we He is fired on the spot and goes out. Reaching the street Ihe stands erect, sober, and is thank older inhabitants have made it 'a right of way, bnt I think it is obvious that my infill for the good deed done that sinuatioi: could only apply to his the old reporter may be retained, knowledge of Ireland, and it Garnet! returns home to break [ really.nppears that he doeslcnow the glad news to his wife and something about it, because he tie 1 story closes with (ilenn !>• larding a box ear to hunt for another position. To the Editor of The Tribune. Dar Sir: cites Co'Donegal (Pop 173, 722) 1 o' GaJvyay (Pop 192, 5^9) the figures in parenthesis,ire mine taken from WhittakersAlmanac. Of course in writing on the two problems of Labour and lam glad that the Rev. Mr. 'Emigration, it is not possible for Lovell has replied to my letter, even the oldest and most exper because it affords me the phiienced and I mav add wisest of sun to disabuse him >f the as to write constructively, i.e., slightest intention on my part to w ; t |, positiveness on any scheme, j disparage the gentlemen of his \ problem is something pro, cloth. My reference to them was posed to be done, and nothing merel) the expression of my positive or constructive, can be opinion without prejudice. I do affirmed of it until it is accom1 otsleiuk liomad verse criticism, pished. I tiUBt that 1 have made provided it be fair and honc-t, this point clear. even though I should be left From the very nature of the without a leg to stand upon. conditions and position all 1 am sony that Mi. Lo\ ell's %  writing on these subjects can be views and mine are dissimilar, | H1 ( suggestive, though not debut on my part I think reasons vo j,| f) f reason. Mr. Lovell's reacan be given for differing from son f or taking part in the dishiiw. I might quote several pascussion is go,>d, but he cuts the sages of scripture in support of |, rs t ground on which he stood my argument, but one notable from under his feet. His Parthiincident in the life o| the Great .,,, Arrow did not pemetrate any Founder of Christianity will I joint of my Armour; my "testu think suffice. It is a prominent do is a clem conscience." example of his immediate con-. There can be uoques' : on that (,111with the material interests \,i, Lovell is of an t* iring of humanity, suffering or otherturn of mind, and nr the wise It is narrated by the sym-p possession of queries for . 5.-13 and again:" I will not send them HWa\ fasting, lest thev faint by can agree, thus main ingto feel that though we may not agree always in all that is advanced, yet thenare times when we who hold opposite the way." Should not this teach opinions, find something upon Ministers of the Gospel to follow 1 yvhich we cai HI I In footste| .I do not d-ny that there are INHABITANT. simi capable irishmen outside. "*" %  • —? oi Ireland. and I know that ihe|ST. AGNE'S SCHOOLROOM. es of his ton are replete with the names of some who have made their names illustrations. 1 have good reasons for belief that, the "original q


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T Hi£ TRIBUNE they are and woe crealed"'. But shall we say that Safari is able to rome into this vvor'd, and by his mursc of action, rob God of tli.it pleasure He had anticipated in its creation ? Yet if nothing more is to be realized by the Creator in toil world's creation than that already realized. He has surely creaud it in vain. Or if God can take any pleasure in the condition which prevailed since sin entered, what a strange God He must be Can H< take any pleasure in looking from His throne and trine sorrow, sin, sickness and death all over its surface as it bat been ever since its beginning ? He surely Cannot, for in Ezek. 18:31 ••" says "Em I have no pleasure in the death of him that dieth, saith the Lord". So since tin Mid detth have been stalking like huespctres over the land God has been robbed of His pleasure. And while this condition exists God has created the earth in vain. Rut He tells us He has not created the earth in vain, and there fore His original plan must at tome tune be realized. Concerning this the prophet Isaiah has Something to say in the forty fifth chapter and the eghteenth verse of his prophecy, which says "For thus saith the Lord thatcreat ed the heavens. God Himself that formed the earth and made it ; He hath established it, He created it not in vain ; He formed it to be inhabited ; f am the Lord and thee is none else". Thus He sajs He created the earth not in vain, and moreover He says He formed it to be inhabitated, Rut rarely He did not intend if should be inhabited by the kind of people we find upon it today. As the angel, of heaven and the inhabitants of other worlds look upon the great .nass of sinful humanity that dwells upon the earth today they see no thing that calls forth from them praises to their Creator. (to be continued) J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigrar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT makes powerful the name STANDARD ENGINE. Lloyd's Register shows this —the power of the majority. Hack of the Standard guarantee is the Standard Motor Construction Co., 171 Pine st., Jersey City, N. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Nassau, N P. Agent for the Bahamas. 0E0. L. DAVIS MUSIC LESSONS UIVKN ON PIANO, VIOLIN, MANDOLIN and GUI V \U. Pianos tuned and Repaired Orders tnken fur Private l:iiti.-rt(iiiimeii!s. 67 West street. WANTED. E MPLOYMENT by a kerper or Cook. Apply at "Tnbune Office" Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at $9.60 per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5$n. Cypress at #6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform Ins blends ami the Public tint he DM 1 lift received a complete outfit <>f facilities li the business of ,m undertaker, which places Mill in a position to carrv out Funeials that may be entrusts! to his c.\te with system and despatch ; and respect I fully solicit! their patron i* (let my Pnce fim and 1 prove thai they (are I lie very lowest for first class work. Fresh Just Arrived O \I')V SLEDS from Tenvrtfi and all other Vegetable Seed AT TOOTH'S. 400 Hay Street. ' W L would ifonn all who appreciate n Good "smoke that we novj have on hind an extensive Stock of II WAN A CIGARS, We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatr? Wrapper*,and Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on out premises by skilled workmen ami great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us ronfidently to expect the pa donate of cminoiseurs. J. I.. SAl'NDERS A Co. Bat Street, ENTERTAINMENT. A T St. James' Native IfaptiM Chapel, Eree Town, on Til s. dav, 181I1—\dniissioii : Adults 6d. Children 3d. I.i-l.t Refreshments for sale. Doors open at 8 o'clock. NOTICE. TPllISietn remind I he Public 1 of the Old Stand (N.S. Elliot's Joiner Shop) East Itjy Mieet, winch is now under the Manage. unit 11I J\MES A. EVANS CONTRACTOR AND JOINER I bmd made Coffins of every del criplion, I am prepared lo givi you excellent v/oilt. Rest "f refer ences, Eor turning etc., see us. \\'< guarantee to satisfy you and an confident that we can suit voi. STANDARD OIL COS Gasoline Drums 110 Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. 1'. Saudi on arrival "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week. A WANTED Sp inish Cedai Cheat. or Chest of Drawers Apply at "Tiibune OfTice" 22cts. C.AI.I. Cash on Delivery. C. C. SWNDERS. NOTICE. T HIS is to inform inv P itron* and the Public in (Jeneral that I have up ii'-d my Public Black Smith Simp; and am now ready to do anything in the line ot (ieneial repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. \ll work done Mechanically. P. A.I'luOcr, BayStreet. East (Wharf 1 ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS. Just Received; W ILLIAMS IDE SHOPMAN Has just add (I to his already large Miuply in the hue. English and American I runks, Eiig. lish and American Dress Soil Casca (some "f M Inch are made of compress* lii Kit Rngc, -satchels, Attaches and -oiled I.men flags at Pliers more interesting than ever. Persons on the eve of travelling will do well |.) visii this De. pulineni and make i selection now. WILLIAMS' 1 WHOLESALE *ND RETAIL DEPARTMENT. 377. 2 79 Uay-etieet, FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra Large Hssnrtmeiii of Holid i\ 1 akei Hud I andiea diiect fiou, the Factory such as Pauili iw Mixed < )ur 1 .o linx Dixie Plantation Our H..hny and 25011,,., different Mixed < akesal tacUpar ll> Mixed Candies at iH cts per lb Also the following Cakes in Packages at 6 CIS. h'.MMii Cookies, (). U. I',,., ,,nd Lunch biscuits. These are uneuual> ed in quality. AT TOOTED I



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a p > 3 cr CD r* CD a o o Nulllus addl< lus Ivirnrc in verba magittrl. Being bound lo awear to the Dogma.* >f no Nutir VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Tueadny. November 18. 1913 No. 303 LEON E H. IHI'i (II. I I 111' .% I I'ti-it it lik OK KICK \H 4 MAKKKT STRMT \.i .in N. I'., StHAVAt. I'. ii. Iliii 11.:, PUBLISHED DMi.v Monday, Wednesday and Friday— tin Kir ropy ... ... J.I. Tuesday Tlinrsdav ami tatilfrfe.*— mj;le ropi ... id Weekly 4 pi tfonthl) is. 4-i Qaartarly at, HallYrarlv ... Ks. Veanv if> PAYABLE iv IIN'AVCf AdvertHBnR Rates; Sit |I0JIWV per line (in first insertion ; Ihrrc pence par line 'r .mil. I intertiofi; and niic penny per line fin subsequent iieerli.'ie Adveitisfim nts Dlidei •• i Lf Ii t lines 4s. The| Editor Tril nine. Sir. I feel glad Hie Rev. VV. S. Lovell lifts explained liis refer ence ID tinIrish as pi SSibly compatible to BahamiMN. I feared at first that perhaps he was "get ling at" the Bahamians. One Governor likened m to the inhabitants of Tibet, and we naturally felt slighted thereat, bul the Reverend gentleman's reference was really a compliment, as he had in his mind the good finalities of the Irishman. I think our people as a rule do better away lliail here and that for the following reasons. II I There is precious lit lie Scope for doing well mil here. whereas in s large and growing country the Bahamian is be hilld nobody in his power to make something of himself. (2) In a larger environment we are not so much hampered by the fear of what others may be thinking of us, and we just go ahead at what best suits us. I don't think climate is a strong factor in the case. Key West is not a bracing place, and yet many Bahamians have gone there in the past and done big things. Of course it is hardly possible for people living in a warm climate to bear such sustained mental and physical effort as could those living in colder regions, but that need not prevent our getting on well here nmvided the other conditions be favourable. I agree with the Reverend gentleman that the newspaper is better than the pulpit for the discussion of a question like this Let the pulpit lay down root piinciples, and let the press and the platform apply them to civic life. Yours INTERESTED. IMF. SAINTS INHERII ANCI." (conutineil) Thisame fire thai destroys the n irioht'-out, will also burn up 1 Ins Sinful win lil, as I'etCf tells us in his Second epistle, tin llrinl chapter ami 1 lie tenth and iwdfth vnaes. lie says "Hut the flay nl the Lord will come as a tin.'I 111 the night, in the which ilw heavens shall piss a A ay With a geat noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent lio.it ; the ft>tl< also anil the works that are therein shall he binned up". Looking lor ami hasting unlo the coining ol ihe day id God wherein the heavenbeing ofl fire sh 1II I IP dissolve.I anil the elements shall melt with fervent heat". Isiaali speCus of the same time in the 34th chapter of his prophe-y anil tlie 8th and Qtll verses. Mc says "For it is Ihe day of the Lord's yengeance, and the year of recomliens'fur the controversy of ZlOD, And the si reams thereof shall be turned into pitch and the dust thereof into brimstone, and the I md Iheieof shall become burring pitch". Jeremi ih tells us of the Condition to which ihe earth will be (educed by the action of this fire. He says in the twenty third verse of the fourth chapter. "I beheld the earth and it was without form and Void ; and tie heavens and they had no light". Turning ti Gen, i ; 2 we find that when God created theeailh in the beginning it was "Without form and void". And now it is Nought back to the same condition, and God proceeds to mike out of the elements of the old earth, a new one ; for we read in second J'eter the third chapter and the thit t< enlli verse "Nevertheless, we according to His promise, look for a new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelle'h righteousness". Since righteousness cannot exist in an abstract sense, but only as iheie is a rightecus doing people, the ex. pression "wherein tLvelletli right eousness" ii equivalent lo "whereHi dwelleth the righteous". So from this it is plain that the earth made new is to be Ihe future home of the saints. The prophet Isaiah speaks of the same new creation. In Isa 65 ; 17. He says 'For behold I create new heavens and a inA earth ; and the lonner shall not be remembered nor come into nnnd." John, looking flown the stieatn of lure to thai momentous event says in Rev. 21 ; 1 "And I saw a new heaven and a new earth ; foi the first heaven and the fust earth were passed away ; and there was no more sea". Then will God's pu'p ise in t he creation of this world be rediz-d. When God placed this woild here in space so long ago, He promised to the rest of the inhabitants of the universe just such a world as he created, and lie will see to it that the prt.nisc is fulfilled, for He tells us is 2 Pel. 3 ; 8, 9 that He is net shirk concerning His promise assume men count slackness, although for so long, from a human standpoint, His plan has been frustrated. To Him, before whom is all eternity, what is the period of a few thousand years t nS says in the eighth versa"Beloved, he not ignor ant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and the thousand years as one day". He might have brought his plan to its completion long ago, but ia that He is long suffering ami ol tender mercy and not willing that any should perish but that all should come o a know, ledce of repentance. He has permilled tins condition of things to exist so long We read in Rev. 4 ; II a statement like this. "Thou Art worthv, O Lord, to receive glory and honor and power : for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure (continued on fourth page.)


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Nulllus addl< lus Ivirnrc in verba magittrl.
Being bound lo awear to the Dogma.* >f no Nutir
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Tueadny. November 18. 1913
No. 303
LEON E H. IHI'i (II.
I I 111' .% I I'ti-it it lik
OK KICK \H 4, MAKKKT STRMT
\.i .in N. I'., StHAVAt.
I'. ii. Iliii 11.:,
PUBLISHED DMi.v
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
tin Kir ropy ... ... J.I.
Tuesday Tlinrsdav ami tatilfrfe.*
mj;le ropi ... id
Weekly .......4pi
tfonthl) ......is. 4-i
Qaartarly ...... at,
HallYrarlv ... Ks.
Veanv if>
PAYABLE iv IIN'AVCf
AdvertHBnR Rates; Sit |I0JIWV per line
(in first insertion ; Ihrrc pence par line
'r .mil. I intertiofi; and niic penny per
line fin subsequent iieerli.'ie
Adveitisfim nts Dlidei i Lf Ii t lines 4s.
The| Editor Tril
nine.
Sir.
I feel glad Hie Rev. VV. S.
Lovell lifts explained liis refer
ence Id tin- Irish as pi SSibly com-
patible to BahamiMN. I feared
at first that perhaps he was "get
ling at" the Bahamians. One
Governor likened m to the in-
habitants of Tibet, and we
naturally felt slighted thereat,
bul the Reverend gentleman's
reference was really a compli-
ment, as he had in his mind the
good finalities of the Irishman.
I think our people as a rule
do better away lliail here and
that for the following reasons.
II I There is precious lit lie
Scope for doing well mil here.
whereas in s large and growing
country the Bahamian is be
hilld nobody in his power to
make something of himself.
(2) In a larger environment we
are not so much hampered by
the fear of what others may be
thinking of us, and we just go
ahead at what best suits us.
I don't think climate is a strong
factor in the case. Key West is
not a bracing place, and yet
many Bahamians have gone
there in the past and done big
things. Of course it is hardly
possible for people living in a
warm climate to bear such sus-
tained mental and physical ef-
fort as could those living in
colder regions, but that need not
prevent our getting on well here
nmvided the other conditions be
favourable.
I agree with the Reverend
gentleman that the newspaper
is better than the pulpit for the
discussion of a question like this
Let the pulpit lay down root
piinciples, and let the press and
the platform apply them to
civic life.
Yours
INTERESTED.
' IMF. SAINTS INHERII ANCI."
(conutineil)
Thi- same fire thai destroys the
n irioht'-out, will also burn up 1 Ins
Sinful win lil, as I'etCf tells us in his
Second epistle, tin llrinl chapter
ami 1 lie tenth and iwdfth vnaes.
lie says "Hut the flay nl the Lord
will come as a tin.'I 111 the night,
in the which ilw heavens shall piss
a a ay With a geat noise, and the
elements shall melt with fervent
lio.it ; the ft>tl< also anil the works
that are therein shall he binned
up". Looking lor ami hasting un-
lo the coining ol ihe day id God
wherein the heaven- being ofl fire
sh 1II I ip dissolve.I anil the elements
shall melt with fervent heat".
Isiaali speCus of the same time in
the 34th chapter of his prophe-y
anil tlie 8th and Qtll verses. Mc
says "For it is Ihe day of the Lord's
yengeance, and the year of recom-
liens'- fur the controversy of ZlOD,
And the si reams thereof shall be
turned into pitch and the dust
thereof into brimstone, and the
I md Iheieof shall become burring
pitch". Jeremi ih tells us of the
Condition to which ihe earth will
be (educed by the action of this
fire. He says in the twenty third
verse of the fourth chapter. "I
beheld the earth and it was with-
out form and Void ; and tie
heavens and they had no light".
Turning ti Gen, i ; 2 we find that
when God created theeailh in the
beginning it was "Without form
and void". And now it is Nought
back to the same condition, and
God proceeds to mike out of the
elements of the old earth, a new
one ; for we read in second J'eter
the third chapter and the thit t< enlli
verse "Nevertheless, we according
to His promise, look for a new
heavens and a new earth, wherein
dwelle'h righteousness". Since
righteousness cannot exist in an
abstract sense, but only as iheie is
a rightecus doing people, the ex.
pression "wherein tLvelletli right
eousness" ii equivalent lo "where-
Hi dwelleth the righteous". So
from this it is plain that the earth
made new is to be Ihe future home
of the saints. The prophet Isaiah
speaks of the same new creation.
In Isa 65 ; 17. He says 'For be-
hold I create new heavens and a
in-a earth ; and the lonner shall
not be remembered nor come into
nnnd." John, looking flown the
stieatn of lure to thai momentous
event says in Rev. 21 ; 1 "And I
saw a new heaven and a new earth ;
foi the first heaven and the fust
earth were passed away ; and there
was no more sea". Then will
God's pu'p ise in t he creation of
this world be rediz-d. When God
placed this woild here in space so
long ago, He promised to the rest
of the inhabitants of the universe
just such a world as he created,
and lie will see to it that the
prt.nisc is fulfilled, for He tells us
is 2 Pel. 3 ; 8, 9 that He is net
shirk concerning His promise as-
sume men count slackness, although
for so long, from a human stand-
point, His plan has been frustrated.
To Him, before whom is all eter-
nity, what is the period of a few
thousand years t nS says in the
eighth versa"Beloved, he not ignor
ant of this one thing, that one day
is with the Lord as a thousand
years, and the thousand years as
one day". He might have brought
his plan to its completion long ago,
but ia that He is long suffering
ami ol tender mercy and not wil-
ling that any should perish but
that all should come -o a know,
ledce of repentance. He has per-
milled tins condition of things to
exist so long
We read in Rev. 4 ; II a state-
ment like this. "Thou Art worthv,
O Lord, to receive glory and honor
and power : for thou hast created
all things, and for thy pleasure
(continued on fourth page.)



I M E I R I E U I\L
Ghc tribune
Tuesday. Novembsr 18 191 i
Toronto Exhibition, is a most [his expectation, and his contri-
welcomeand unequivoe.il proof I button to the collection wag not
of tlie success of out Exhibit. I given grudgingly, Mr. and Mrs.
We have from time to time | PaineS musical gifts will be
minipii "inwini' .ic,--..i,iiu of the sorfiv missed whenever tbev
,. show the Bahamas made, and may be called upon tu leave -the
It is thought that the King is these accounts came from van- colony.
^'k'nghard'.....*mcii* >e 'ed sources, bul the gold medal
two great parties on the ques crowns all, and should move us
tron of I lome Rule, 1 his may to do better still the next tune.
bejwecase, though'His Majesty's By the way-has the hard work
f^nt deahngs through Lord 0fthe Exhibition Committee ol
Stamfordham with Mr. Asqu.tl, the Chamber of Coniniert el.....i
m>> quite conceivably have re- sufficiently noted ? Not only Mr.
.?'i,?J^t,,inS' C.E.AIbJry, but gemlemeii like
It would be ary aattiral, how- Hon. T. II. "C. Lnfthouse and
^er.tor the King to try hard to the younger men who I i
., v'"; i"ua"yetrted that Committee deserve the
yuemV.ctona skilfully and sue highest ,)|;I1S,. Tne cold medal
"""vend 10 bring iscertainh .1 prize togive them
;'-;''"" " m 1884 b [uct (.rule m their work. Ought
Lprd they not to went it in turn ?
cessfullv
aboui .hi
twe< 11 (ii idstone
Nl1, n 1.....|u Miou of tht
extension ol the Irani bise.
King Georgi 1. d......< bis
As a result of the Canned I'o
matoes exhibited at the I.....n
" .......o "" union-* I'Miiiiniii .11 on- 1 iiiuii
, ''"-',' V"1" Kl" *fc,J to Exhibition by Messrs \. and
""|""',,l:.l:'' hasa heavj A. Griffin, of Governor's Hat
10 waste 1,0111, Eleuthera, by request, Uiey
sending forward a small
Mesdamcs John N Brov
Lillian A. Berger, Walter M
Jones, Richard W S wver, and
Mirv I. Stevens; Rev. and Mr,
A Lbert II mer. Mr and Mrs
Charles Hallett, Mr. and Mr*
Chart s N. Westlield, lion and
Mrs. Fredk. C. Wells Durranf
Messrs. George W. Armbrister
Joseph W. Girven. Mervl \\'
Munduriler, Charles W.' New-
land ; Masters John N I. Brown
Charles II. T. Brown, Walter
Jones, ami Malvn Jon S; Rcvds.
- Gouvernuer Cru^ei, Cecil |)u.'
than previously, in front of thejquenov. Geonje L. IS from and
I he Northern gate. Ernest \ Wade; Rev.l. Father
The improvement of Gov-
ernment 11 'use grounds con
tinues to be can ied on. \ re
taining wall is being built from
the Eastern wall to the VVesl
''i'ii one forming a plateau,
which itives .1 widei drivi *n\
will be made much larger and
1 broad flight "f steps corres
ponding with those leading to
the front il lor, will extend from
the gate to the plateau.
time by putting back the Home Rn
[shipment of ten ca*es to a Bi 1
Rule settlement till all, ra Gen
era! Election. In thiaw .) the ker in Toronto, who write*ibat
will put oil the .headed leg,, jf their pack Win?good hi.UtoSe
lation concerning the land. At exhibited, I ere will be uo dif-
lie same tune they will prevent f.culty in placing then present
the larlia-.ea. \e. from so stock, and I so all they can pack
opffating as to override the In the future,, .this is g.Kd fo,
veto* the House ol Lords Fur the money spent on the Fxhibi
"'"Wf the(prestige of the tioo, aud if successful, and we
Isec no reason why it should noi
than repa\
expeusi
like to prevent anj measure from
passing over iheir lordships
heads.
I lie Ulster ineconcitables n
also a force foi the Union st
1 iders to reckon with. It suits
the prospective rebels to wrec:l<
l|!"i"' Rule iJ' possible, and vi 1
question whether Mr. Bonai
law feels strong enough to at
lt?mpt to do without his Lflsl
"Hies. At the same lime, bol
Mr. Bonnr Law and Mr. F. I..
" "'tli represeni Liver......I on
stitueni ii, wher religious feel
1 g runs strong, and they mu
' reds take account of tlie sym
pathy between Prot-starrl l.i'ver
P '<>l and (>range North
lister.
he SO, it will lie 11 e
for the trouble am
Those who listened to the
Harvest Festival Music at Kbe-
nr/cr VV'esleyan Church last
night enjoyed a treat. We saj
thry "enjoyed" it, because the
faces of those who form' d the
congregation hWre h itm ss to the
As usual, Mrs Paine did not
1 in know n how to (,ul at
anj point, and Mrs. R. \\'.
Brace's rich and well trained
contralto voice was a di light to
hear in s ilos, duet and qu ir
! ties, Ri v. I'". 1. Paine w an a
Sast; tower of strength with his hue
f varied iir m,
Ins On I ion held at
11 lord ni Ocl 17th 10.1 j the
di I of VI. \ 'in ah | \
w 1- c inferred on T. II K. M ml
dei B A, New Coll) I l rd,
a d I;- I" 1 tor of Schools, The
Bah nil as
It gives 11- pleasure to N 0 '
the lib rve clipping, from winch
it will l>e seen that our I r
tor of Schools has attained
M \ degree of I ijcfWd.
\\ < congrAtulate Mr. Mouldei
bi d isli hun 1.1 . hoksstic
hi.nours in tin- future
Koerig, Capt Irvingtt
We have !".....able to obtain
information ith regard h
tlie sisal disease, and also a re-
medy for same, w hich ^\ e will
publish in Ihur-dav's issue,
No Cablegrams have been re-
Ce'l\ <] to da\ .
1 ass rendering
Mr. Asijuitli and his colleauu s and our own Bahamian repre
areootlikel) to weakly surreii ntativeon the prograinma
'l r to the threats of tht Cars, a'sohist, Mr. Asa Hritchard.made
s: hut the arc wiiHng i i us fed thai we i.....d n it 'lang
consider reasonable suggest! heacfa with shame. Miss
making towards peai o.
' 'Uliei- hhf shov II thai hi
;l ool hc.\d. a firm will,
The
has
and
Mabel Cole handled the org in
with sympathy and skdl, and
the i i ir 1/ their n ii lei oil; I
the choi us"s tave good evidence
of careful a id efficient training.
The writer went especling to
** get pleasure <>ut of the pro
l he Gold Medal awarded to gramme, but he can Iruthfully
'*mai Exhibit at the say. that his pleasure was beyond
It seems to us tli ii if only For
tin sake of practice for 'he
op' i.itui ior Wireless Telegraph
Station, might pick up some
of ihe many steamers pa
through the Crooked Island, and
the I lole, in the Wall passagi s.
Florida Strall ,nu\ the Old
Bah ima Channel, and furnish
the n -s with their names and
rm ition obtained from
tln'iii latiiet ihjiii rusting awsj
in (.'aunt spectral, audex|ieiisi> e
Bilence, n would lie at le isi in-
i res i i|t t'i the public lo know
that they were doing something.
n h.ntncss in handling difficult
mationi We do not think
will fail in this instant e.
Hie Hah
The Mail -itc ner "Vigilan
ii an ivetl tins morning from
Xc Mill; with the folio a inn
I
M i Elizabeth Close,
Miriam Stewart, Harriet D.
Stevens,-1.vdia Templeton, and
I'.llcn Mary Wolls-Durrant.
Gabi lei
Haff.
Misses Louise Kellv, Reel
Rahmiii", Amy Scavella, and
I tie \\ ilsou Mesdami s Rosa
ii. Charlotte Kelly,
Fran, es Kelly, Clothilda Mar'*
shall, and Rosalie Reere ; Mr.
and Mi John Johnson ; \Jessrs
Harrv \dams, Hernan Brice,
nd < ierald Cupee ; Master Car-
ats Kell (j)
^ Tin pas i ngi rs per "Vigilan-
Ha tins mornin" wi re not
. d until io o'clock owing
to die screw of tie Ti ndei he-
i n fouled bi a hawser.
I he following wrie passrn-
fei pei "|'i inc s p. ,,n Sunday
morning from Miami.
Mr. nd Mrs. II. B. Vest and
two children; Messrs James
Rod''. .Nathan Coaklev, David
Nolle, William Cartwright,
x|i I Cartwright, Caesar Klc-
1' 'hi, Phillip tasev, Stanley
Swi i-ting, Michael Dean, and
William Ll 1 lie Si hr "Fearless" arrived
this m iruuig from Miami with
II il lumber and the fol-
low inii passt^ugers,
Mesd ones Diana Roll and
I k'l ana Arinl Thoin is Ke....., Fdmund But-
jer, Knnnanuel Mitchell,
toward Chrisholm and Ernest
7)
I larlmg
"'The Imperial" had a fairly
g'HKl attendance last evening,
when a very good programme
wa presented. An entire charge
of programme bai I.....n arrang-
ed Foi to morrow evening when
Nassau's only female iniperson
ator H ill appear. Don'l miss this
one Following is a lynopsil of a
two reel picture to be given to
morrow. See advertisement.
Following is a synopsis of a two
reel picture to be given to
morrow:


T 11 i. TRIBUNE
Till. TRAMP HEPORTF.H
Glenn is a reporter on the
'"Times." 'lie is sent out on an
_!,mi hi; Imi yields to temp-
tation and attends a cocking
main. He falls down on his sto-
rv and is discharged. He DM ii"
money and turns tramp, going
to u distant city where he ob-
tains a situation as a reporter
on the "Star." Lyman Garnett
is also .'i reporter nn Jtlie "Star,"
but his work it no longer bril
liant and he falls under the ban.
He turns in .1 story winch is
mediocre and he is given the
usual wo weeks notice and
(ilenn is hired to take his place
on the stalT.
Lyman has a "'if'' and
daughter, who are ambitious.
Ile h is not been saving and has
no n pans ol support other than
his weekly {wage. He returns
home from I ie office the day of
his discharge and finds Lucy
all expectancy as she is going
away to college. She shows
him a few simple gowns and he
groans in despair as he knows
she must give !up her cherished
dreams He cannot tell his fam-
ily that he has been discharged
on this occasion.
In the office < ilenn is kind to
him and the old man unbosoms
himself and Glenn is much af-
fected. Garnett again goes
home and tells his wife their
misfortune and she is well friigh
distracted.
Glenn makes good and in a
few weeks be nmes the star re-
porter. There is a mysterious
murder and the entire staff is
is put on the story. Reporters
Come in with accounts, but the
city editor is violent fortherea
son that other papers have had
the same stories and he demands
a solving of the mystery. Glenn
. is fortunate enough to be in a
locality where the Murderer is
pursued l>\ a policeman (and
sh"i The thug, dying, confesses
and (ilenn h 1 1 scoop, taking
notes of the Confession with no
.one present except himself and
the officer. He sees a way to
reinstate Lyman Garnett in the
good graces of the owner and
editor of the "Star." Going to .1
saloon he writes the notes of
the confession an I sends them,
together with a note to Gamett,
who is alone in the city room.
Garnett verifies some of the
facts by telephone, writes the
big story, scooping all the
younger and more |active men
and is reinstated |and given a
raise in salary.
Just aftci this, Glenn reels in-I As he lias been an inhabitant
to the presence of the City Eli- [for only eight mouths, he will
tor apparently drunk, without j ljn sure'l e pauloned forjtreading
any facts in regard to the crime, onto, him, terra incognita; we
He is fired on the spot and goes
out. Reaching the street Ihe
stands erect, sober, and is thank
older inhabitants have made it
'a right of way,
bnt I
think it is obvious that my in-
fill for the good deed done that sinuatioi: could only apply to his
the old reporter may be retained, knowledge of Ireland, and it
Garnet! returns home to break [ really.nppears that he doeslcnow
the glad news to his wife and something about it, because he
tie1 story closes with (ilenn
!> larding a box ear to hunt for
another position.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Dar Sir:
cites Co'Donegal (Pop 173, 722)
1 o' GaJvyay (Pop 192, 5^9) the
figures in parenthesis,ire mine
taken from WhittakersAlmanac.
Of course in writing on the
two problems of Labour and
lam glad that the Rev. Mr. 'Emigration, it is not possible for
Lovell has replied to my letter, even the oldest and most exper
because it affords me the phi- ienced and I mav add wisest of
sun to disabuse him >f the as to write constructively, i.e.,
slightest intention on my part to w;t|, positiveness on any scheme, j
disparage the gentlemen of his \ problem is something pro- ,
cloth. My reference to them was posed to be done, and nothing
merel) the expression of my positive or constructive, can be
opinion without prejudice. I do affirmed of it until it is accom-
1 otsleiuk liomad verse criticism, pished. I tiUBt that 1 have made
provided it be fair and honc-t, this point clear.
even though I should be left From the very nature of the
without a leg to stand upon. conditions and position all
1 am sony that Mi. Lo\ ell's writing on these subjects can be
views and mine are dissimilar, |H1( suggestive, though not de-
but on my part I think reasons voj,| f)f reason. Mr. Lovell's rea-
can be given for differing from son for taking part in the dis-
hiiw. I might quote several pas- cussion is go,>d, but he cuts the
sages of scripture in support of |,rst ground on which he stood
my argument, but one notable from under his feet. His Parthi-
incident in the life o| the Great .,,, Arrow did not pemetrate any
Founder of Christianity will I joint of my Armour; my "testu
think suffice. It is a prominent do is a clem conscience."
example of his immediate con-. There can be uoques':on that
(,111- with the material interests \,i, Lovell is of an t* iring
of humanity, suffering or other- turn of mind, and nr the
wise It is narrated by the sym-p possession of queries for . tists. and also by John the pre- propounded another in re Edn-
emioently beloved disciple. I catlon, perhaps the particular
refer to the feeding of the live pRase of the question may at-
thousandat Decapods.. Hear the ti, ci the attention of some other
command from the lips of the writer.
Master: "They need notdepart,I However, after all has been
give ye them to eat"' 1 beli'-vc said pro ei con 1 am delighted
Sir, that, you have read all. be tnfl1 \|r Lovell and 1 have a
1 ween the covers ol the Bible, mutual agreement, and a regret
but to those who have not, 1 Wi[u re$pect to "Clerk," with
would ask them read carefully, I but the difference in our agree-
as they would any other book", ment of his views. It is pleas-
Matt. 14. 15.-21 ; Mark 6. ).v44:
Luke <). 11 -17 ; John f> 5.-13
and again:" I will not send them
HWa\ fasting, lest thev faint by
can agree, thus main
ingto feel that though we may
not agree always in all that is
advanced, yet then- are times
when we who hold opposite
the way." Should not this teach opinions, find something upon
Ministers of the Gospel to follow 1 yvhich we cai
hi I In footste| .-
I do not d-ny that there are INHABITANT.
simi capable irishmen outside. "*"* ?
oi Ireland. and I know that ihe|ST. AGNE'S SCHOOLROOM.
es of his ton are replete with
the names of some who have
made their names illustrations. 1
have good reasons for belief that,
the "original q ened Gentleman vas not so pal-
pable as he imagines.
tabling the entente eordiale.
TUESDAY, NOV. 18th. 1913.
Entertainment
Admission is.
Doors open at 7.30 p.m.
In aid of Church Funds
IMPERIAL.
THEATRE
SOMETHING NEW FOR
Wednesday Nov. 19
MISS LENORA SYLVESTER
will sing
'You made, me love you"
and
"Oil so sweet'
Nassaus only female
impersonator
also
A Power's Drama in 2 Reels
The Tramp
Reporter
THE HONEYMOON
LODGING
A Champion
THE COWBOYS LEAP YEAR
A screaming farce
And the price 6d. 9d ,s-
N()TICE !
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil Go's Gasolene
sold ill quantities of 5 gallons
ami upward for one shilling per
gallon at Garage.
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties
Drums may be had with drum
lots,' subject to return when empty
R, q the Fifth Cars sold at
.si 175, le-s 10 per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Reo Cars also for Hire.
Bicycles tented for 10s. a week.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
Auto Grease a specialty.
U ,;i pv< n l n you a very conve-
nient Storage drum with fail, it to
keep gasoline. Come and see
them.
Apply to
j. P. SIMMS,
47 Market Street
Nov. 18, 1013.
FUS SELL*
CONOtNSEO
M I LK
3U2L
butterfly
t\HAELP,,'p<
'RfPARED BV ,..,
FUSSELLfcC-kjJ


T Hi TRIBUNE
they are and woe crealed"'. But
shall we say that Safari is able to
rome into this vvor'd, and by his
mursc of action, rob God of tli.it
pleasure He had anticipated in its
creation ? Yet if nothing more is to
be realized by the Creator in toil
world's creation than that already
realized. He has surely creaud it
in vain. Or if God can take any
pleasure in the condition which
prevailed since sin entered, what a
strange God He must be Can H<
take any pleasure in looking from
His throne and trine sorrow, sin,
sickness and death all over its sur-
face as it bat been ever since its
beginning ? He surely Cannot, for
in Ezek. 18:31 " says "Em I
have no pleasure in the death of
him that dieth, saith the Lord".
So since tin Mid detth have been
stalking like huespctres over the
land God has been robbed of His
pleasure. And while this condition
exists God has created the earth in
vain. Rut He tells us He has not
created the earth in vain, and there
fore His original plan must at tome
tune be realized. Concerning this
the prophet Isaiah has Something
to say in the forty fifth chapter and
the eghteenth verse of his prophecy,
which says
"For thus saith the Lord thatcreat
ed the heavens. God Himself that
formed the earth and made it ; He
hath established it, He created it
not in vain ; He formed it to be
inhabited ; f am the Lord and thee
is none else". Thus He sajs He
created the earth not in vain, and
moreover He says He formed it
to be inhabitated, Rut rarely He
did not intend if should be inhab-
ited by the kind of people we find
upon it today. As the angel, of
heaven and the inhabitants of
other worlds look upon the great
.nass of sinful humanity that dwells
upon the earth today they see no
thing that calls forth from them
praises to their Creator.
(to be continued)
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigrar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT
makes powerful the name
STANDARD ENGINE.
Lloyd's Register shows this
the power of the majority.
Hack of the Standard
guarantee is the Stan-
dard Motor Construc-
tion Co., 171 Pine st.,
Jersey City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, N P.
Agent for the Bahamas.
0E0. L. DAVIS
MUSIC LESSONS UIVKN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN,
MANDOLIN and GUI V \U.
Pianos tuned and Repaired
Orders tnken fur Private
l:iiti.-rt(iiiimeii!s.
67 West street.
WANTED.
EMPLOYMENT by a
kerper or Cook.
Apply at "Tnbune Office"
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5$n. Cypress at #6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
W. a. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform Ins blends
ami the Public tint he dm
1 lift received a complete outfit <>f
facilities li the business of ,m un-
dertaker, which places Mill in a
position to carrv out Funeials that
may be entrusts! to his c.\te with
system and despatch ; and respect
I fully solicit! their patron i* (let
my Pnce fim and1 prove thai they
(are I lie very lowest for first class
work.
Fresh Just Arrived
O
\I')V sleds from Tenvrtfi
and all other Vegetable Seed
AT TOOTH'S.
400 Hay Street.
'
WL would ifonn all who appreciate n Good "smoke that we novj
have on hind an extensive Stock of II WAN A CIGARS, We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatr?
Wrapper*,and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on out premises by skilled workmen
ami great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us ronfidently to expect
the pa donate of cminoiseurs.
J. I.. SAl'NDERS A Co.
Bat Street,
ENTERTAINMENT.
AT St. James' Native IfaptiM
Chapel, Eree Town, on Til s.
dav, 181I1\dniissioii : Adults
6d. Children 3d. I.i-l.t Refresh-
ments for sale. Doors open at 8
o'clock.
NOTICE.
TPllISietn remind I he Public
1 of the Old Stand (N.S. Elliot's
Joiner Shop) East Itjy Mieet,
winch is now under the Manage.
unit 11I
J\MES A. EVANS
CONTRACTOR AND JOINER
I bmd made Coffins of every del
criplion, I am prepared lo givi
you excellent v/oilt. Rest "f refer
ences, Eor turning etc., see us. \\'<
guarantee to satisfy you and an
confident that we can suit voi.
STANDARD OIL COS
Gasoline
Drums 110 Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. 1'. Saudi
on arrival "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
A
WANTED
Sp inish Cedai Cheat.
or Chest of Drawers
Apply at "Tiibune OfTice"
22cts.
C.AI.I.
Cash on Delivery.
C. C. SWNDERS.
NOTICE.
THIS is to inform inv P itron*
and the Public in (Jeneral
that I have up ii'-d my Public
Black Smith Simp; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ot
(ieneial repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. \ll work done
Mechanically.
P. A.I'luOcr,
BayStreet. East (Wharf1
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS. Just Received;
WILLIAMS
IDE SHOPMAN
Has just add (I to his already
large Miuply in the hue.
English and Ame-
rican I runks, Eiig.
lish and American
Dress Soil Casca
(some "f M Inch are
made of compress*
lii
Kit Rngc, -satchels, Attaches
and -oiled I.men flags at
Pliers more interesting than
ever.
Persons on the eve of
travelling will do
well |.) visii this De.
pulineni and make
i selection now.
WILLIAMS'1
WHOLESALE *ND RETAIL
DEPARTMENT.
______377. 279 Uay-etieet,
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra Large Hssnrtmeiii of
Holid i\ 1 akei Hud I andiea
diiect fiou, the Factory such as
Pauili iw Mixed
< )ur 1 .o linx
Dixie Plantation
Our H..hny and 25011,,., different
Mixed < akesal tacUpar ll> Mixed
Candies at iH cts per lb Also the
following Cakes in Packages at 6
CIS. h'.MMii Cookies, (). U. I',,., ,,nd
Lunch biscuits. These are uneuual>
ed in quality.
AT TOOTED
I


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