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•~— r H E T R I II I) NTT which these British subjects emigrate either barring them or having legislation which very effectually prevems them from entering or remaining, A commission composed of a member ol the British Indian Government and an Last Indian of industrial experience is visiting the Crown Colonies to which Inden tured immigration issiill permitted for a thorough investigation into tlie conditions of employment of I Indians. Durban, iq.—The East Indians in Natal today declared a general Strike, which was accompanied by i rioting and the burning of BUgai plantations, The police force is insufficient to deal with the rioters, and white women and children arc in a State "I terror. I.ond.m, in.--Led by the Duchess of Mailbornugh, a great call, for the abolition of "Sweating" among women workers went forth v from a conference of influential persons at hei London home. Representatives of society, of church and of every political party united with those of the {workers in demanding tin abolition of swi ating. London, 19.— The Right Honourable James llryce was receive I in audience tonight |by the king, 1 lie relinquishment by Mr. Bryce ol his postal Washington was clis. 1 utsed. London, 19.—Sylvia Pankhurst ad Ire ling an open air meeting to 'i el th it the 1 {ette campaign would I "No rent" strike among the wo ing women of of London. Sheffield, 19.—A wild Suffrage'e disturbance orcured here 10 nithi Philip Rnnwden, ', So inlisl M. 1'.. attempted to address a "No To script ion" meeting arranged h\ the labnui party, but was howled down by suffragettes. Stewards pnunptlv took a hand and were not only atlacka the w "iien but also by male S) pathize 1 Al 1 hi 1 end of half an hour the meeting was abandoned, J. C. COAKLEY'3 PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere Trv one and be convince of its excellent quality. G WANTED ODD Secand hand bicycl wanted immediately. Apply "Tribune Office." Mraket Street. E W ANTED MPLOYMFNT by %  Housekeeper or Cook, Apply at I if buns )ffice" IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday Nov. 91. SPECIAL FEATURE NIGHT The Calling Of Louis Mona IM TWO REELS OF EXCEPTIONAL INTEREST OTHER NEW REELS AND A FINE PROGRAMME. 6d. 9d. is. NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE II is just received T HE Bafence <.f their Large assortment ol I uyi and I an j goods for Ninas, from London and America. I tw Assortment, being such a large one, we will only give a list of the leading ones, DOLLS, DOLLS, 3 Cases ol Dressed and undi Dolls from 3M0 ica. stg, Dolls Car riages, P*iambu'ators, and Go Carls [mm IS. Ill £l. Large Steel Express Waggons rom |s. to £\ Velociped *, Ro king I lorses.l > .H", Pianos from 5s. t<> 10s. Child's \ Rocking Chairs oid A erv Urge variety of Small loys, and Xmas Caids. Also lecieved Another Crate of] \-sorted China. FURNITURE, FURNITURE. Just receiv . Ol.lNK. Sold in quantities of One Gallon and upwards for one shilling a gallon. |) urns of 11 gallons at 21 cents ,1 e,i 1,, n, subj it to return when en pi 1 I liese -\>< (id Drums do awav wHh ihe yecessity of buying B Stoiage I ank. C. C. SAUNDERS. Nov. 19, 1913. \\7V. would iform all who appreciate a Good SwbW* "' W have on hi.i.1 an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and bumaire Wl ipl 1 is, and Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premi IM workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article o( superior quality. The success we have met wnh in the past leads us confidently to ei • %  wpatrooageofc 'oisauis. | •„,,„,, C( Bav St.eet. NOTIC Gasoline WANTED A Spanish C 1 if Chest. or Chest of Draw Apply at" fiibune Office" S i \ND\KD Oil Co's:". isnlene sold in quantities ..I s gallons and upward for one shilling per gallon al Gai ige Bring a Vessel ff small quantiDrums may be had with ".bum lots,' subj. .1 to retuuj when empty Rro the F ifth I *rs sold at f 1175, le-s 10 per cent discount f. o. b. factory. Ken Cars also for I lire. Bic) les rented for 10s a week. Auto nohtle and bicycle supplies kept in stock. ^ ylindet oil an I Auto Grease a specially, Can even sell yu fl very conve. nient storage drum with inuHl to keep c .soline. Come and them. Apply lo J. P. SIMMS. .17 Market Sue. t Nov. 18, l')l.J. Shingles Besl No. 1 Heart 5'in. Cypresa Shingles at $9.60 per thousand ol ao bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price a!v> on cheaper grades also 5111. Cypress al #6.72 per thousand ol ao bundles. This price made possible bya very large purchase. Fresh stock an \\ ing every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. % ANOTHF.R SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Jut Received: W ILLIAMS I'HE SMOI \l W I las just add' to iialre idy large ui|iplj in Hie hue. Knglihh and American I ranks, English and American llress Soil Ca .me of n liieh are made of compress. I'IIT Kit Bags, Sati hels, Ait ul .' %  -, and Soiled Linen Bagi at |'i ices iin>re interesting ih in ever. persons on the o\ e of travelling will do %  ,. %  11 10 • lit this De. pa. imi nl and make a Beleci 11 'ii now, WILLIAM!!' WHOLES\l I AND h'l.l Ml*. DEPARTMENT. 277. 27'| It .V-stlPPt, FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N" extra Law Hssortm % %  <[ of lloiid i\ I'd Cm.dies dliecl fiotii the Factory ucb ns I {a inl>. >\ \ 11 \ 1 'd (iin 11.1 ling Dixie P 1 Intern Our I lobliy mil j5oilier different Mixed lakes .I 1.2 cis uer


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Nulllua eid'Jlctiis |virare in verba maestri. Belns bound to swectr to the Uo|mi %  >( no Master VOL. XI Nassau. N. P.. Bahmnns, Friday. November 21. 1913 No. I LEON l II DUPI (II. i.' MID Pi i IllTOt OK Hi i ,, \I VKKKT STRRRT i N. ''.. I HAMA(. %  II. Hoi PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Yadnesday an>i Prldaj— lingleeopy ... ... i,| Tueaday Thursday and Saturday— >IP||C CO|1 ... .' |,| y iv 4 in was in lite In! 1 when 1 -ii g fuM ol Sis il w is be. insj 11 %  'i-1.-. 1 out ; iit' ipped off one of the hatches which lei I up >n hi n breaki ig 1 #0 ri'iv We hope ihil lie will s ion gel ovei the misadventure. Hi'" Police Pjre Bi jade am I f if Hie < 1 r-1 1 %  itthis moi iii'i'.; .1 new deliet ery pipe which by s dei ic* mi ilia ooxfle il livers .i 1 \ finely diffused sprat foi dispel ling MII iv, it 1 is 1 deli* TS a full h ire sli Mm ;ni(l H cirrul ir spray liich in 1 les 1 he firem in t" come < Ii M up to the fun, and BISO B Fan* si iped spray f >r pulling out embers, I hi pipe has only very recently be* H brought "nt. C VVe notice thai %  good clock 1MS st put up jn the Post < Mice. It lias been Iniig wanted. The Band Concert was largely attended lasl night. T*he excellent programme was well rendered, the favourite item was the Selection I'h'' R 1 [time Rei u %  w hieh rp ceiv d loud .ml lung merited ap pi nip, and the Mbroeao "The Chirpers", It is ;i pity the talked ol Ham! stand does not ma rrialize, IIIPMUI Steimer "Segurani 1" ste 1 1 >d f >r New York tins af ern "in with the Fellow ing p issen gera. Miss Violet E. M. Hunt: Mrs. R. W. S 1 vi j Mr. R, \Y. Sawyer, Mies Georgl in 1 Cooper I •on'I l" get 1 lie show at the "Imp 11. I" t 1 is iv ning. Ex ellent Programme, See Advci lisement. af BY RADIO TELEGR\PH Mexico City, 90, — Huerl i I his listf 1 nf Hin.illv opened the In Ins Mess ige he quotes N ipoleon in justific ition 61 his Arbitrary acts, 11 • h is pro 11 iin ed 1 tax on cotton lo p iv II1 i — sol. 1. lie sail he |feared 'thai I would 11 utmy ii their p IJ .\.is not fort hcouiinjjr, Naw York, .' 1. I'o lay w is tlip wiunst 20th ol November in 43 years, 1'inther nom 'tr regi lere I 72 deg ci s .it 3 0' efoi k t'li.tT:.-1 mim. London, 20. I. isd Cow Irey, 1 'I of the Pearsons Syndicate having large holdings in Mexico Ii 1 si req leste I the protection "f tlie United Stal >s f >r the CO fy > 1 properly and men. Washington, 20. —The ndmini*. tiiimn still adheres toils polio nl watching and w liting F01 velopmeuti in Mexico, Berlin, 20.—The Kaiser todiy s"!,l Ins schooner yacht Meteoi to the Duk < ol trenbei g. Mm ich, I'. iv. in 1, 20. —A bill fur fe n il. suffrage in the election? for (•.mi 1 IP vi 11 ;iiul industrial courts and government chambers and trades org ipii it ions w is p issed by lower house "I Bavarian l)iet. London, 30—h is denied by Lord I'n ip th it he is to resign 'ly. L m Ion, 2 1. — The Worn at r 11 and Politic 11 Union today a 1 n aineed the organization "I a militant sdffragette p dice I Commanded by "General" Mis, Flora Diummond, lo gu.trd Mrs, I' mkhu st wh in she lands at Pij mouth on December 3rd. on her return from the United tates Mis. I'.inkhuist is virtually a fugitive, from j istice as her h 1 11 11 oliow.iyj nl expired rii inths ago. The militant p dice intend t 1 protec| h.'i fr 1,0 irrest, I. md m, 20—The recent severe n on the Great I. i kes in \merica c iued the destru tion of in my ships ; r\n\ I h ei. tailfl I loss es for Kiitish undei wt iI The loss to L'oy Is is e.lnn ited at seven million dollars, CABLEGRAMS November 21st 191 3 Acton, M I!I. un 1, 19. —Nine mine %  arc known to have been killed md a dosen are missing as the result of an explosion in the AI i Ii nil 1 I' 1 'I 1^ Iron mine near here, Washington, 19.—Absence of any 1 \ idence thai fresh insti uct 1 ins had gom forward from Wa>hinglon t" J. I.ind "i Charge ()Sh was undei stood in official circles here today to m irk tin ndvenl "f nnotbei peiind ol wailjng for some di cisivi d< velopment in N 1 xi ". Londan, 19.— Tue question of the liritish East Indians has again reached an acute stage, nearly 1 vi is dominion and cofonj to I


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Nulllua eid'Jlctiis |virare in verba maestri.
Belns bound to swectr to the Uo|mi >( no Master
VOL. XI
Nassau. N. P.. Bahmnns, Friday. November 21. 1913
No. I
LEON l II DUPI (II.
i.' MID Pi i IllTOt
OK Hi i ,, \I VKKKT STRRRT
i N. ''.. I HAMA(.
'. ii. Hoi
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Yadnesday an>i Prldaj
lingleeopy ... ... i,|
Tueaday Thursday and Saturday
>IP||C CO|1 ... .' |,|
y "iv .......4i ' Ihlj ......iv4,t
3 i uteri} ........4f..
Hall Yeartt
V'4I II |'
PAYABI I IV A OVA VCR.
Ad< i i | ,.| in,,-
f firsl itiKrtini ; thn i i ence pei line
for second insertioi pennj | i i
line for ititarqui I
Advertiaemi nta un I lines 4s.
I day this journal enters
up 11 llie 11 tli year of its exis
tent e ; we bi k fly note the fact
and will i n le i?mu tosaj some-
thing on the subject t" morrow.
j
We regrei to barn th n Captain
George Preston, of the ligfitrr
"Messina" suit lined sei ious inju ips
last niglit while putting cargo on
bo ml lie \I11I Sterner.
Capl Presl >n was in lite In! 1
when 1 -ii g fuM ol Sis il w is be.
insj 11 'i-1.-. 1 out ; iit' ipped off one
of the hatches which lei I up >n hi n
breaki ig 1 #0 ri'iv
We hope ihil lie will s ion gel
ovei the misadventure.
Hi'" Police Pjre Bi jade am I
f if Hie < 1 r-1 1 it- this moi iii'i'.; .1
new deliet ery pipe which by s
dei ic* mi ilia ooxfle il livers .i
1 \ finely diffused sprat foi dispel
ling mii iv, it 1 is 1 deli* ts a full
h ire sli Mm ;ni(l h cirrul ir spray
liich in1 les 1 he firem in t" come
< Ii m up to the fun, and bIso b Fan*
si iped spray f >r pulling out embers,
I hi pipe has only very recently
be* H brought "nt.
CVVe notice thai good clock 1ms
st put up jn the Post < Mice. It
lias been Iniig wanted.
The Band Concert was largely
attended lasl night. T*he excellent
programme was well rendered, the
favourite item was the Selection
' I'h'' R 1 [time Rei u " w hieh rp
ceiv d loud .ml lung merited ap
pi nip, and the Mbroeao "The
Chirpers",
It is ;i pity the talked ol Ham!
stand does not ma rrialize,
IIipMuI Steimer "Segurani 1"
ste 1 1 >d f >r New York tins af er-
n "in with the Fellow ing p issen
gera.
Miss Violet E. M. Hunt: Mrs. R.
W. S 1 vi j Mr. R, \Y. Sawyer,
Mies Georgl in 1 Cooper
I on'I l" get 1 lie show at the
"Imp 11. I" t 1 is iv ning. Ex ellent
Programme, See Advci lisement.
af
BY RADIO TELEGR\PH
Mexico City, 90, Huerl i I his
listf 1 nf Hin.illv opened the
In Ins Mess ige he
quotes N ipoleon in justific ition 61
his Arbitrary acts, 11 h is pro 11 iin
ed 1 tax on cotton lo p iv II1 i sol.
1. lie sail he |feared 'thai I
would 11 utmy ii their p ij .\.is not
fort hcouiinjjr,
Naw York, .' 1. I'o lay w is tlip
wiunst 20th ol November in 43
years, 1'in- ther nom 't- r regi lere I
72 deg ci s .it 3 0' efoi k t'li- .tT:.-1 -
mi- m.
London, 20. I. isd Cow Irey,
1 'I of the Pearsons Syndicate
having large holdings in Mexico
Ii 1 si req leste I the protection "f tlie
United Stal >s f >r the CO fy > 1
properly and men.
Washington, 20. The ndmini*.
tiiimn still adheres toils polio
nl watching and w liting F01
velopmeuti in Mexico,
Berlin, 20.The Kaiser todiy
s"!,l Ins schooner yacht Meteoi
to the Duk < ol trenbei g.
Mm ich, I'.iv.in 1, 20. A bill fur
fe n il. suffrage in the election? for
(.mi 1 ipvi 11 ;iiul industrial courts
and government chambers and
trades org ipii it ions w is p issed by
lower house "I Bavarian l)iet.
London, 30h is denied by
Lord I'n ip th it he is to resign chairman "f llarhuid anl Wolff
the shipbuilding firm,
I'.iris, 20.The King nn IQjeerl
ol Sp.nn are forced to p do g th 'ir
visil to Paris o ving to the illness
of the queen who is suffering From
a severe attack of influ mi/, i.
Philadelphia, 20S. Lewis
Pinkerton the well known It
man was found mut en I in a I in
ly wood to day,
l\o farm-hinds under arrest
confessed to the crime and led the
officers i" where they had conceal-
ed the I) >'ly.
L m Ion, 2 1. The Worn at ,
r 11 and Politic 11 Union today a 1
n aineed the organization "I a
militant sdffragette p dice I
Commanded by "General" Mis,
Flora Diummond, lo gu.trd Mrs,
I' mkhu st wh in she lands at Pij
mouth on December 3rd. on her
return from the United tates
Mis. I'.inkhuist is virtually a fu-
gitive, from j istice as her h
1 11 11oliow.iyj nl expired rii inths
ago.
The militant p dice intend t 1
protec| h.'i fr 1,0 irrest,
I. md m, 20The recent severe
n on the Great I.ikes in
\merica c iued the destru tion of
in my ships ; r\n\ I h ei. tailfl I loss
es for Kiitish undei wt iI
The loss to L'oy Is is e.lnn ited
at seven million dollars,
CABLEGRAMS
November 21st 1913
Acton, M i!i.un 1, 19. Nine mi-
ne arc known to have been kill-
ed md a dosen are missing as the
result of an explosion in the AI i
Ii nil 1 I' 1 'I 1^ Iron mine near here,
Washington, 19.Absence of
any 1 \ idence thai fresh insti uct 1 ins
had gom forward from Wa>hinglon
t" J. I.ind "i Charge ()Sh
was undei stood in official circles
here today to m irk tin ndvenl "f
nnotbei peiind ol wailjng for some
di cisivi d< velopment in N 1 xi ".
Londan, 19. Tue question of
the liritish East Indians has again
reached an acute stage, nearly
1 vi is dominion and cofonj to

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~
r H E T R I II I) NTT
which these British subjects emi-
grate either barring them or hav-
ing legislation which very effectu-
ally prevems them from entering or
remaining,
A commission composed of a
member ol the British Indian Gov-
ernment and an Last Indian of
industrial experience is visiting the
Crown Colonies to which Inden
tured immigration issiill permitted
for a thorough investigation into
tlie conditions of employment of
I Indians.
Durban, iq.The East Indians
in Natal today declared a general
Strike, which was accompanied by i
rioting and the burning of BUgai
plantations, The police force is
insufficient to deal with the rioters,
and white women and children arc
in a State "I terror.
I.ond.m, in.--Led by the Duch-
ess of Mailbornugh, a great call,
for the abolition of "Sweating" a-
mong women workers went forth
v from a conference of influen-
tial persons at hei London home.
Representatives of society, of
church and of every political party
united with those of the {workers
in demanding tin abolition of
swi ating.
London, 19. The Right Hon-
ourable James llryce was receive I
in audience tonight |by the king,
1 lie relinquishment by Mr. Bryce
ol his postal Washington was clis.
1 utsed.
London, 19.Sylvia Pankhurst
ad Ire ling an open air meeting to
......'i el th it the
1 {ette campaign would I
"No rent" strike among the wo
ing women of of London.
Sheffield, 19.A wild Suffrage'e
disturbance orcured here 10 nithi
Philip Rnnwden, ', So inlisl M. 1'..
attempted to address a "No To
script ion" meeting arranged h\ the
labnui party, but was howled down
by suffragettes.
Stewards pnunptlv took a hand
and were not only atlacka
the w "iien but also by male S)
pathize 1
Al 1 hi1 end of half an hour the
meeting was abandoned,
J. C. COAKLEY'3
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Trv one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
G
WANTED
ODD Secand hand bicycl
wanted immediately.
Apply
"Tribune Office."
Mraket Street.
E
W ANTED
MPLOYMFNT by House-
keeper or Cook,
Apply at I if buns )ffice"
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday Nov. 91.
SPECIAL FEATURE NIGHT
The Calling Of
Louis Mona
IM TWO REELS OF EXCEP-
TIONAL INTEREST
OTHER NEW REELS
AND A FINE PROGRAMME.
6d. 9d. is.
NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE
II is just received
THE Bafence <.f their Large
assortment ol I uyi and I an j
goods for Ninas, from London and
America.
I tw Assortment, being such a
large one, we will only give a list
! of the leading ones,
DOLLS, DOLLS,
3 Cases ol Dressed and undi
Dolls from 3M0 ica. stg, Dolls Car
riages, P*iambu'ators, and Go
Carls [mm IS. Ill l. Large Steel
Express Waggons rom |s. to \
Velociped *, Ro king I lorses.l > .H",
Pianos from 5s. t<> 10s. Child's
\ Rocking Chairs oid A erv Urge
variety of Small loys, and Xmas
Caids. !
Also lecieved Another Crate of]
\-sorted China.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE.
Just receiv k of Furniture ordeie.l, where
we intended keeping, over the Hal
and Millinery Store, a f ill line.
RECEIVING
Bureaus from j lo g . < ich
Chiffonieres, H "Is, Wash
Stands and Malti. SW S, single an I
double from 1 to _.
A F. MOORE.
Nov. 19 1913
i________________________________
NO IIC I.
Gasoline
STNNDARTJ OIL COS <; >.
Ol.lNK. Sold in quantities
of One Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
|) urns of 11 gallons at 21 cents
,1 e,i 1,,n, subj it to return when
en pi 1
I liese -\>< (id Drums do awav
wHh ihe yecessity of buying B
Stoiage I ank.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Nov. 19, 1913.
\\7V. would iform all who appreciate a Good SwbW* "' *
W have on hi.i.1 an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and bumaire
Wl ipl 1 is, and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premi IM workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article o( superior quality.
The success we have met wnh in the past leads us confidently to ei
wpatrooageofc.....'oisauis. | ,,,, C(,
Bav St.eet.
NOTIC
Gasoline
WANTED
A Spanish C 1 if Chest.
or Chest of Draw
Apply at" fiibune Office"
Si \ND\KD Oil Co's:". isnlene
sold in quantities ..I s gallons
and upward for one shilling per
gallon al Gai ige
Bring a Vessel ff small quanti-
Drums may be had with ".bum
lots,' subj. .1 to retuuj when empty
Rro the F ifth I *rs sold at
f 1175, le-s 10 per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Ken Cars also for I lire.
Bic) les rented for 10s a week.
Auto nohtle and bicycle supplies
kept in stock. ^ ylindet oil an I
Auto Grease a specially,
Can even sell yu fl very conve.
nient storage drum with inuHl to
keep c .soline. Come and
them.
Apply lo
J. P. SIMMS.
.17 Market Sue. t
Nov. 18, l')l.J._________________
Shingles
Besl No. 1 Heart 5'in. Cypresa
Shingles at $9.60 per thou-
sand ol ao bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
a!v> on cheaper grades also
5111. Cypress al #6.72 per
thousand ol ao bundles. This
price made possible bya very
large purchase.
Fresh stock an \\ ing every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
%
ANOTHF.R SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Jut Received:
WILLIAMS
I'HE SMOI \l W
I las just add' to ii- alre idy
large ui|iplj in Hie hue.
Knglihh and Ame-
rican I ranks, Eng-
lish and American
llress Soil Ca
.me of n liieh are
made of compress.
I'iIt
Kit Bags, Sati hels, Ait ul .'-,
and Soiled Linen Bagi at
|'i ices iin>re interesting ih in
ever.
persons on the o\ e of
travelling will do
,. 11 10 lit this De.
pa. imi nl and make
a Beleci 11 'ii now,
WILLIAM!!'
WHOLES\l I AND h'l.l Ml*.
DEPARTMENT.
277. 27'| It .V-stlPPt,
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN" extra Law Hssortm <[ of
lloiid i\ I'd Cm.dies
dliecl fiotii the Factory ucb ns
I {a inl>. >\ \ 11 \ 1 'd
(iin 11.1 ling
Dixie P 1 Intern
Our I lobliy mil j5oilier different
Mixed lakes .I 1.2 cis uer Candies wt I | i II. Also the
following Cakes 1 1 !',,!< ign .,t 0
els. U.,1x111 Cooki s, < ). I'. 1'ies and
Lunrli I'.isniits. I'hesc arennei|iiaN
ed in quality.
Al rOOTCM


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