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r THE T R I 15 U Nh T Zbc JLvibunc Saturday. November 22. 1913 Yestetflay "The Tribune" completed tlio first decade of its existence upon the troubled waters of journalism, During that period, we have endeavoured to live up to our motto "Being bound to swear to the Dogmas of no Master" ; we have endeavoured so far as in US lav to mak our columns the medium of ventilation of any grievances of all and sundrv bv pursuing this policy we have we regret to say, made some enemies but we have also Iherebv made some friends. Every thine that has appeared to us to be for the good of the whole has receivedour untiring support end unfailing advocacy. We have not hesitated to make suggestions for the public weal and '•ave had the satisfaction in some instances of seeing some "f them earned out. In short we liave endeavoured to conduct our paper as an independent and impartial journal shesjld be conducted, at the same time Studiously avo.ding unu-rcessanly giv.ng offence, but if it If become "Pessary to offend ^F the defence of the weak or in advocacy of the right we have not hesitated. We look back with very much satisfaction upon, and desire to acknowledge with profound gratitude, the kindlv and friend ly assistance we have from time to time received from our many friends in the way of contributed articles, items of news, clip pin-an,I correspondence, and last but nut least their support and patronage in the way of Subscriptions paid up. papers bought, advertisementand j b work placed with us. We hup.. ; U ,,| dosire in the years to come, to pursue the policy of the past, to raise the standard, to improve its make up to extend the Influence and usefulness of our paper to retain the confidence of nui friends, and to receive their m >ral and financial support, all of which it essential to the success ami prosper it) of Till-: TRIBUNE: .* Asa contributor to our columns staled a Hitle while back, skilled labour would be better paid if the standard of efficiency were higher. Two methods of raising that! The Secretary of State for the standard have been suggested Colonies has engaged Mr. Howwhich are complementary the ard Humphreys, M. I M. F., A. one to the other: (i) It is M. I. C B., \ ovisit the Bahamas thought that apprenticeship for the purpose of investigating Should be made compulsory (2jjand preparing a scheme for a Industrial education is advocat suitable water supply for Nased. We wish something could be u. done on both these lines. Mr. Humphreys and his Assis If for example, a number of tant are expected by next mail, our young people could be trainThe Governor wrote to the Seed at the school age to doscienjcretary of State on 21st August tific cultivation of the soil we last pointing out the advis.abilshould be in a fairer way to get ity of providing Nassau with a a bette'r and more profitable proper water supply if such a yield from the land. The Board supply can be procured at a cost of Agriculture would have a I wrthiw the means of the Colony. better soil into which to drop Hie Governor pointed out to the the seeds of new ideas il the Secretary of State that it would mental soil had been made ready be hardly fair for the House of by training. We have noticed Assembly, to be asked to cousi that some of our public school der such a scheme unless they teachers.particular by those who Were in full possession of all the have been brought up in disl,lt| necessary and as to what tricts where farming has been Cos* of such a scheme waft' Ifkely extensively carried on, have to be.ft was thowgh the insurfi tried with the Encouragement ciencj pf such information of the Board of Education, to that the decision as regards the interest the children in agricutlr"|>" s '"' deepening of the liar ture, by having a part of their bom lias been so long delayed. school grounds cultitated. We The. Governor therefore recom wish this method of training mended that threxamination as could be carried out more fullv regards tl e feasahility of procur and successfully. i"E ;| -!od water supply should While on this subject, we] be undertaken at the expense of might refer to the lack iif a ReCrown Funds, and if the House formatory forvoung.brealceis of ') the Kngfi r'8 report decided the Law." Such a tfimg would to provide a writer supply lor be yery expensive if attempted Nassau, that Ihe first charge here. But is not this a case in against such a scheme should be whicHco operation with other!*•'* repayment to Crown Kinds West Indian Colonies would be ofthc.costof the Engineer's ex useful? A Reformatory in—ay ammation and r-pnt. such am—Jamaica, kept up by the cj0unt "" l N "''' £5$tributions of a number of Colonies, would be probablv less e\. w '" (1 sire to acknowledge with pensive arc] were efficient than a thanks the courtesy of. the Hon. number of small and isolated W. Hart Bennett. C. MG Won*. institutions. Perhaps also an reasurei. in sending us a copy industrial school of the Hooker df The Report of the Bahama* Washington type could be start Auxiliary Bible Society ig 3. ed and maintained in the same manner. In socli cases -unity is X V' '' Mr ';'" acknowledge strength. fwvtour of pis Excellency the I lovernor by which we have • .-civ e I through the Colonial By the courtesy of His ExcelSecietnry, the following res lency the Gdvernnr we art en peering the Arbitration of abli id to giva our readers the fob the claims of tire Executor of lowing very interesting bit of int | ie late I lenry \I. Flagler for the formation, and we do so with service l#tween Miami (Keyvery much pleasure, as a Water vVest) and Nassau laswin er : Supply SChemt for this city has also tliecopv of a letter to II. for some tune past been support \v. Lightbourn, Esq. Arbitrator e. I and adveoted by us. We feel grateful to lbs Excellency for this forward step and should the outcome be the f lhamas, 18th November, 1913, N T o. 115 1 /224/ i j Sir, I am directed by His Excellency the Governor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 13th instant intimating that the Arbitrators ha .'e.awarded a sum of One thous ind seven hundred.pounds to be paid to the Contractors as compensation for services rendered by the S. S. "Miami"' last season. 1. In thanking you for your letter, I am to state that both the Governor and>tlie Executive Council appreciate the public spirit you have shown in undertaking the duty of aibitratnr which duty you base carried Out so satisfactorilv. I am, cxc. iSd) w. HART BKMNETT, Colonial Secretary. 11. W. Lightbourn, Esq. We had the pleasure of a very interesting interview yesterday With Olie of the la; {CSt, if U 't the largest, Planters of Pineapples on Eleuthera. He -aid: The decline of the pineapple industry is due to the decline of prices,those at present prevailing being so low that emigration^ forced upon the cultivator, most cil whom would prefer to remain m (be Bahamas, but sheer necessity compels them to leave. The following figures will give vou -oiiie idea of h >w the industry has dropped during the last five years: 1909 -35tai dozen 11 in. 73754 is --12 in. 1910 -43.11 n -14 —12 in. in. 1911-35.W9 4^.086 41 %  1 — '4 — 12 in. in. I'JtJ -3r90| -30.027 tt It — 14 — 12 11:. in. 19*3J |.329 11 >4 in. 3t5 6 11 —12 in. You wi 1 notic Ilia in 1 910 there was an increase in the output. This was dae to the fact that the J. S. | % fins m Co offered a premium of y\. per dozen if we could in ike i per cent, of the 1 \ inch fruit This offer uraged the people ind they worked with that obje I in view. There were Few, however, who made the 50 per cent, they were disi ouraged, main more quitted for Florida, with the consequence that the following years J



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J in 1 H 1 B i; N E ( he drop wavtremendous. We annot cmnn^Wi the 12 inch mil, as th'v^ire practically triven away We are paid is r dozen for them, and tliev •ost from is. to is. ijd. to pro. lure. In my opinion, if tlie Governnent would offer a bounty of 0d. par dozen for every dozen il the fruit measuring 14 inches, without placing tlie quantity to >e produce I, to secure the )ounty, beyond their reach, hany who have been forced to {o t" Miami through sheer necessity would return and go back to tlie lands. Then you see those who could reach the 50 l> T cent mark-, would, in addition to the bounty paid by the government, receive the premium of the Johnson Co., which would bring the amount up to n living price, and those who bould not reach that mark would receive at least some re numeration an I encouragement. Many cul 1 /ators now in Mi inii, upon their return to visit their home-., have said to me 'Can'l you g t the \v the people >f six settlements well, all are •ineapple growers, then )arents before them 'vere, and here is that inborn hankering ogo back to (he land, they i.'ive said that there is nothing hey would de-are more than to return to their cultivations, if encourage,]. Could they he in dm ed to return they would l>e bore valu ible than befoie thej eft, for tie-, v --rienceand pine ical trainiag they have obtained pi Honda would be put to good use here. You would besuipris1 to find how much they know a the proper use o| fertili fers, the tiimuiiugand spraying %  of grape fruit trees, etc, upon their return. This would be of peat value to our Colony, but Ihey iiuisi be encouraged to return in the same way that the were enticed to leave An instance : About eight years ago, on" of the first men to leave Kleuthera was Joseph Wo >d. A native of Florida who l.ad married a Gregory Town Kvoman went 1.) her home on a visit and indu :ed Wood to go with him. lie went and was so much encouraged by the tatter rhanres to make money that in a short time he had induced several of his friends and relatives to leave, aril 111 course their friends and relatives, and so on until wha' was an unno ticeable stream has become a flood whose consequence! have become serious, and which naturally fills all interested members of this community with concern It is said by some that the land is worn out. This is one of the greatest mistakes that has ever been made, there are thousands of acres now splendidly fit for the cultivation of the pineapple, in fact I own hundreds of acres tint have not been cultivated for ten vears, but the people are not going to cultivate at a loss, and who can blame them ? Florida is getting what we Should have, and it is our duty to make every effort to get them to n-turn. To be continued. The Womens Self Ibip \ 1 ciation was opened at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon by His Excellency the Governor G. 15. Haddon Smith in the pres' IH .• of a large number of ladies and a few gentleman. His K^cellencv highly commended the enterprise and said it was deserving of support nnd that it would be a benefit to many. Mrs. Haddon-Sinith thanked the members of the Abioriatioii for the honour of being elected their President, We an; informed that the membership numbers 170. There was a goodly display of needlework, straw and sisal work, and preserves and other confections. Business was begun at once ami a considerable amount was done. We wish the enterprise success We are pleased to note, the report of Mr. Kred. A. Toote,for the month of October, at St. August lieSchool, Raleigh. N.C. U.S.A., where he is a student. Rhetoric 88, History88, Civics 81, Algebra 77, Latin Hy, Printing 95. Mr. loote, it will be remem bered, was for several years in this office, but has now elected to enter the ministry and is stu* dying, preparatively, at St. Augustine. "The Imperial" gave an excellent show last evening to a [large audience. On Monday evening "The Call of Louis Mona," will be repeated, by re quest. Those who did not see this feature last night should not miss i*. on Monday evening. The Motor "Frances-K." arri ved from Miami this afternoon with Mails and passengers. CHANNEL WORK IS A HOUT DONS [Captain White Of S. S. Miami I'M dirts Deepening Of The Channel Will IkFinished IKEnd Of Month-Miami Begins Nassau HUH First Of January. "The work on the old Cape l Florida channel will be com ; pleted by th end of the month," sai I Captain White last night bi I fle reaving for Key-West. I %  The dredges have done nothing %  all the pet week on account of [the wind, but with a few days ; of fair weather they can finish ] the work on the outside of the bay, and then it does Jnot matter how hard the wind blows, 'for it does not effect the inside ; waters. The cut through the bar 'has been completed and only [some lumps hereand there re main in the -outside channel. 1 When these are removed there will be a clear eleven footchan|nel into the bay. The work on the inside will not amount to much or take very long The channel has got to be (leaned out at a number of places where boats have run against the side of it and shaved off the bank. Then new markings will be placed throughout its entire length Where old piling have rotted off we will drive new stakes which will keep launches and other light craft a way from the submerged spil. ing The Miami will come back on to the run probably about the second of January, according to the captain, although the win. ter schedule has not been an nojunced at yet. She will have no trouble in entering port this winter, and will make her trips on schedule time once she begins them. "Sailors and passengers from the north are predicting the heaviest tourist business I his year tint the company has ever handled," said the captain. "They say that every year, to be sure, and it has always come [ true, but this time there scums to be more evidence of it than usual. A larger number of inquiries and requests for terms and rail's at hotels ate being received this early in the season than ever before and the corrnpany is plarining extra accomodations for its patrons."— "Miami Herald" Nov. 8th 1913. IMPERIAL THEATR-C Saturday Nov. 22 New Reels, AND A FINE SHOW SAME01.D I'RICFS Gd. od. is. ZACHARIAS BARROW. SHOEMAKER D ESIRES to inform his Patrons and the Public that he liai removed fr< m Murlev Street, near "Kelly's Bakery," to the Market Range, City Market, rear of Groceiy Store of Mr. Sim Rfc, where he is prepared to serve them as promptly -md as efficiently as in the past. A FOUND. SET of Up[><*r False Teeth A|,ply K I'nbune Office NOTICE A N Entertainment will be given in St. Matthews Schoolroom on Tuesday evening 25th insj. Doors open 7:30 commencing at 8 o'clock p.m. Admission is. Light Refreshmeuts will be sold In aid of St. M itthew's Church G WANTED OO D Second hand bicycl wanted immediately. Apply "Tribune Office." M'aket Street. WANTED. MPLQYMFNT by a House* ,keeper or Conk. Apply at "Tnbuns Office" NOTICE. T HIS is to remind Public the of the OhI Stand (N.S, Elliot's Joiner Shop) Eaft IUy Stieet, which is now under the Management of J \MI.S A. EVANS CONTRACTOR AND JOINER Hand made Coffins of every tie* cription, I am prepared 10 grv* you excellent woik. "est at references. For turning etc., see us. \V< guarantee to satisfy you and an confident that we can suit yot. JL_



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r THE T R I H U NE Hi' iimosphere of heaven. I here w ill be no more tears, no funeral ''•"" : "" badges i.f mourning, l line sli ill be no more death, neifhei sorrow nor crving for the f'jnner tilings are passed away". "ie iniiibitanu shall not say. "in sick ; I he people thai dwell therein shall be forgiven their loiqnity". Is.,. ,, ;6 ,q, 33 ; !^*n ? %  3 ,here lhe redeemed snail Know even as also they are Known The love and sympath ewhieh God has Hunself planted 11. the soul, shall there f, ,d truest and sweetest exercise. The pure com. mun.on with holy beings, tht |,ar"VMII tussuci il hie with the bless. N unhand with the faithful ones ol all ages who have washed their robes and made then, white in the """' of the Lamb, thesicred ties lb-it bind together" "The whole family in heaven and eaith", ih.se help to constitute the happiness ol the redeemed. There immortal minds will contempi ite, with never filing I'glit, the woii-len of creative p.wer—the mysteries of redeem f8 [oire. There is no cruel dcieving foe to tempt to forgetful, wssoj (i | ,. v |V fai(||tv w|I| be developed, every capacity increased The acquirement of knowledge will not weary the mind nor exhaust the energiea. All the treasures of the universe will open t•%, XN Tin. New Jerusalem, the City ol vl ^od. will he there ;,s the capital City of the restored ecrtli. John ascribes the locating of the N, n Jerusalem upon theeaith in Rev. 21; 1-3. After speaking of the res' toratlon of ||„. earth to Ms former |MH Baby's Welfare WWP& bung hnunnnlk. give freedom from digestive a.lments. promote sound _ slce P ard nsure vigorous health and development. Rllenbuvgd and the 'ALLENBU'RYSFEEDER. Simplest and Best 0-^ m m m MILK FOOD No. 1. From birth to 3 monlha. MILK FOOD No. 2. From 3 lo 6 nioutha. MALTI.DFOOD No. 3 From f> months upwai Ji. RUSKS (Mallad) From 10 uiuuiai upwards, I lit: MISTS AND STORES. TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL A Pnmphlel on Inranl Feeding -nd M u ...,jemc„i Free EN & HANBDRYS Lid.. London. England we tre told, "Cod shdl wipe.iway all tears from l heir eyes; an (there I be no moie rJe ith, neither sorrow, nor crying, ne ther shal there be any m ire pai i : f 1)r th e former thing* are | assed away and II" tl a 1 sat upon the th Behold I make all tl new. And IIsti i untonie, lvri | ,. f 'hese words are I rue and faith lul." fio becontinu I ii „• YV won I N o T I c E Gasoline • form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now ve on h.ml an extensive Stock of 11 \ V \ \ \ i h; \\,< \\ p K* ^ hrandto beraadeof I be finest Ha, n. and Lm.tr! M'l i rs, and Havana Killers throughout. rhese Cigars are manufactured on oui premise, bv skilled workmen real pains are taken to produce ar aitii Ie ol supi rioi qualitv ,. '"' v hi"" ""• with in the p ,.j | ea ds us :onfidently to ex wet the patronage of coi seurs J. L. SA1 NDERS St Co. Bav Street. DXRD OH. CO'S G .S. IVI*,. Sold in quantities "I <>ue Q,i|lon and upwards for one shilling a gallon. I Kims of yi L'. ill us at as cents I Tl tu return when pty. S ami '. hwa l s iHl pruim do away heMtty, he tbfii M.-..I,S of the-rett w n necessity of buying a I ink, C. r. SAUNDERS. J it'y resting upon it s iving, "Hehold the tabernacle of God is with men. ami He will dwell with them :i ."d they shall he ||,s people; and' (. >d Himself be with them and be neirGod. "As all kingdoms in tin* World today have their Capital Cities in which the laws are n "'"l from whuh they go -forth to govern lhe pe .pie, so will the grea Kingdom ol God whit h fills %  earth have its capital city It .„ which will go forth His law. Much might he s „ i nf ,|,j, R | or j ousci '> description of which God gives M though Miepophe, John in Rev 2";o 27. |sa,ah tells us nh >u| the new earth and thai ,, and the pen. PleolCodslMlleve. remain || P "y'the peopt, shall ,..,„.., <,„,„ '" "'"'"'" • mother and from "'" ^'.'h'thtonnother, from their r i live hi mes over the r.,.e of {lie earth, to worship In for N '">'. i 1 J C. CO A K LEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand" It is bitter thzn a 2i. Cigar elsewhere Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. r I Lord m Mis dwelling place (Is I. 2 • 3) whirl, f.,f,n in Ree. 21 says lithe Holy City. At tins time, KOTICE. HIS is to inform inv I* itrnni an I the Public in ('• 1 in it I have opened my Public Black S mth Simp; and am now re idy to do anything in the line ol i-ueial rep or or new work I lots,. Shoeioa Suecially. All work done Mechanically P. A. I'luvler, BayStreet. East (VVnarP NOTICE I Gasoline rANDARD Oil Cos lasolene sold in quantities of ^ eallnus upward for one shilling per ga lion at (i ir IL'' Bring a Veesel for small qu milties. I hums in iy I r 1,1 1 with "drum lots.' julij cl to return when empty Reo the Fifth I ais told at •*' '7.5. l,, -' : i" i'"' rem distiMiiit f. o. h. f ictory, R( 1 I' 11 s 10 for Hire. BlC)C|i I o nted f,,r i<>, a week. Auto nolnle and bit yole supplies kepi in stiM k. 1 ylindei oil and \uto • irease a s| leriall v. v'.ui evi n s.|| yi 11 1 w-,\ nave, aient storage drum with fnurii in K p :: solme. Clime and see th in. Apply in J. P. SIMM4, 17 Moikei Stn et Nov. 18, to 13. GEO. L. DAVIS MUSIC LESS! >NS GIVEN ON PIANO, VIOLIN, MANDOL.'N and GUITAR. Pianos tuned and Repaired 1 err toki n for Private [tnUrtdttitttt nta, j Weai street. NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE. Has jn • 11 %  %  r ill-. Balance "f their Large assortment >l I nysand Kant v goods lot XmaS, from London and 1 ica. I IM Assortment, being sin h a large one, we will only give a list < f the leading ones, D H 1.-. I) II.I.S. •) Casesof Dressed and undrrseed 11 iN from 3.tn i')s. stg, Dolls Car riages, Peiambu'ator*, and Go 1 arts from 2s. tu £\, Large Steel Express Waggons Imm a, |n £\ \ % %  ip I t>, Ro Tim; I loises.l) ,H's Pianos li ni 5.. to if,.. (_ I,, ,\\ RtM:king < hairs uid .\ very Urge iriety ol Small Toys, and ,\m is I aids. Also 11 \,.,| Ano'her Crate of Asaurted L'b'na. KURNITURE, FURNITURE. Just receiv tl a part of the I ai Stock of Furniture 'iideied, H In re w e Intei '\c\ keeping, over the 1 Im and M1II1 Si I e, n full line RRC1 IVING Bureaux from 50s. to o/s, each Chiffon ieres, Bedsteads, Wash Sand, and Ma It'esses, single and double from £\ to £2. A. I". MOORE. Noe, 19 1913 i



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Nvilllvis .\ l.lu in-, jvu.inIn verba mnglstrl. Being bound lo swea.r lo the Do|m&i if.no Master VOL. XI. N.v .svvi. N P., DahitmM, Saturday. November 22. 1913 No. 2 LEON I. II. Dill ( II, I I H>H AM' I'h. I uir II k OKKICK ,K 4, \i \I:KI I TI.II /I U \ P., I > I \ M A | r. ai v id, P vv Mil.I' IN I DVANl i Advertmn Rater i sih ii|ncni in-citirtiM Ai'vritisemri>l nnilrr %  %  j*. (AHLFGRAMS Mexico, 20 Speculation ai to whal President \\ ilson intends ti> do ill tinf.ii r i,f the Mexican difficulty was increased to-daj by the know ledge that the American Charge, d'Affaires had received new instrut lions from Washington to wait ;it Ins |Mist for furthi i instructions and tl .-it important matters i i under consideration. The ncinoiiiK enient llmt a I'.i itisli squadn n is i oming t<> Mexican waters created ki i n interest, because the Mexican people look upon dr.'.a Britain a-a fi ii'iid. London, so.—The first apI" .ii.in • as an orator in London of James Larkin, head of the transport workers union of Dublin, led to w ild si i net of disorder nt Albert Hall tonight, hi ii si veral thousand gathered to hear him. Mam parsons were injured. London, 20.— In ref< n nee to the it'p'uts about trans Ulan tic telephoning William Marconi s.iiil today : "I have not attempted to telephone across the Atlantic. Important experiments are now ? carried 1 n, and before long such a leat will be accomplished but up to the present we have not suo eeded in ti Ie phoning by in l< ^ more than r< miles". Due, 20.The aviator Chevillard established a new record toil.iv fur turning somersaults in the air by earn ing a passi ngi 1 in his machine. London, so.-Lord Lansdowns, leader of the opposition in th" House nf Lords, 111 a speech at Brighton tonight said that the Unionists were ready to give consideration t>> the govern men ts proposal t"c.u lmli I Isti 1 fiom the operation of the home rule bill. London, JO. —The government entertained the delegates to the international conference on ty at sea at a dinner tonight. I he Right I lonoural Ie Sydney Buxton, President of the* Board of Trade, presided, and the guests mi luded Lord Haldane, Win Man out and Prince Louis of Dattenberg. London, JO. "I am voicing the opinion of large merchant shipping interests in saving that we relj upon our costly na\ \ to prepare mi acures to keep the Panama Canal always open to British shipping", did.mil Charles Najrne, a representative of extensive Scottish shipping interests, in nil address at the Royal United Service institution in re today. "It is upon such action alone that it v ill !> %  • possible in the immediate future for the tax* payers to maintain the British Navy in ils high position as ,1 fighting force, for despite the I lay-Pai tfote treaty, the World is now face! by a forti Panama Canal instead oi 0 entirely for the benefit of the commerce of all nations". "THE SAINTS INHERITANCE" (coautined) Language is too weak lo expreu ilibeauties that will be s*en on the He II iii/1 earth. Paul %  ays in 1 Cor; 2; 9 "Eye hath not ie n, n H e ir heard, neither hath it entered into the heart of man, the things ih it Gud hath prepared for time tli.it love llui." Gigantic toes, immured In the cmse tli.it ROW resis Upon all veyet.il inn, will tower up toward the heavens. In the midst of their bought covered with a oevrr fnding green, can be seen and heard ihe feathered songsters tending forth then songs <>f praise to then Creator. < )v.-r the lulls and v 11 leys and in tin pools and streams ol crystal waters will be seen SfffHures of evefj description, enjoying the peaceful existence God his given to all things. Across the lnvi |y plainseovered with a velvetygreen, will be seen the most gorgeous llowgrs, waving in the balmyjbreexes, All nature will then be praising its Creator. No trace of bin will he there to mai the delightful scene. The animals will not then he the cruel, blood thiisty, ferocious oeatures we now have. Their natures will !• as Cod intended they should he in the beginning, "For they shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain saith the Lord. No finite mind can comprehend the glory of the paradise of God. It will he known to only those who behold 11 "My people shall dwell in a peaceable habitation, and in sure dwellings, and in quiet rest* ing places." "Violence shall no more he heard in thy land, wasting nor destruction within thv hroders; hut thou slialt call thy wall Salvation and thv gates I'IOM" There "Ihe witderneu and ihe solitary place shall be glad for them, and the desert s|, ill r ,. j-.ice and blossom as tile rose". "In stead ol the thorn shall come up the fir ties, and instead ol the brii 1 fth ill come up the myrtle tree Isa 35 ; and 55; 13. • %  | | )e wolf thill also dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie do M w ith the kid and a little child shall lead them". p a j n cannot exist in (continued on fourth page.J


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Being bound lo swea.r lo the Do|m&i if.no Master
VOL. XI.
N.v .svvi. N P., DahitmM, Saturday. November 22. 1913
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under consideration.
The ncinoiiiK enient llmt a
I'.i itisli squadn n is i oming t<>
Mexican waters created ki i n
interest, because the Mexican
people look upon dr.'.a Britain
a-- a fi ii'iid.
London, so.The first ap-
I" .ii.in as an orator in London
of James Larkin, head of the
transport workers union of Dub-
lin, led to w ild si i net of dis-
order nt Albert Hall tonight,
hi ii si veral thousand gather-
ed to hear him.
Mam parsons were injured.
London, 20. In ref< n nee to
the it'p'uts about trans Ulan tic
telephoning William Marconi
s.iiil today :
"I have not attempted to
telephone across the Atlantic.
Important experiments are now
? carried 1 n, and before
long such a leat will be accom-
plished but up to the present
we have not suo eeded in ti Ie
phoning by in l< ^ more than
r< miles".
Due, 20.- The aviator Chevil-
lard established a new record to-
il.iv fur turning somersaults in
the air by earn ing a passi ngi 1
in his machine.
London, so.-- Lord Lans-
downs, leader of the opposition
in th" House nf Lords, 111 a
speech at Brighton tonight said
that the Unionists were ready
to give consideration t>> the
govern men ts proposal t"c.u lmli
I Isti 1 fiom the operation of the
home rule bill.
London, jo.The government
entertained the delegates to the
international conference on
ty at sea at a dinner to-
night.
I he Right I lonoural Ie Sydney
Buxton, President of the* Board
of Trade, presided, and the
guests mi luded Lord Haldane,
Win Man out and Prince Louis
of Dattenberg.
London, jo. "I am voicing
the opinion of large merchant
shipping interests in saving that
we relj upon our costly na\ \ to
prepare mi acures to keep the
Panama Canal always open to
British shipping", did.mil
Charles Najrne, a representative
of extensive Scottish shipping
interests, in nil address at the
Royal United Service institu-
tion in re today.
- "It is upon such action alone
that it v ill !> possible in the
immediate future for the tax*
payers to maintain the British
Navy in ils high position as ,1
fighting force, for despite the
I lay-Pai.....tfote treaty, the
World is now face! by a forti
Panama Canal instead oi 0
entirely for the benefit of the
commerce of all nations".
"THE SAINTS INHERITANCE"
(coautined)
Language is too weak lo ex-
preu ili- beauties that will be
s*en on the He ii iii/1 earth. Paul
ays in 1 Cor; 2; 9 "Eye hath not
ie n, n H e ir heard, neither hath it
entered into the heart of man, the
things ih it Gud hath prepared for
time tli.it love llui." Gigantic
toes, immured In the cmse tli.it
ROW resis Upon all veyet.il inn, will
tower up toward the heavens. In the
midst of their bought covered with
a oevrr fnding green, can be seen
and heard ihe feathered songsters
tending forth then songs <>f praise
to then Creator. < )v.-r the lulls and
v 11 leys and in tin pools and streams
ol crystal waters will be seen
SfffHures of evefj description, en-
joying the peaceful existence God
his given to all things. Across the
lnvi |y plainseovered with a velvety-
green, will be seen the most
gorgeous llowgrs, waving in the
balmyjbreexes, All nature will then
be praising its Creator. No trace
of bin will he there to mai the de-
lightful scene.
The animals will not then he
the cruel, blood thiisty, ferocious
oeatures we now have. Their na-
tures will ! as Cod intended they
should he in the beginning, "For
they shall not hurt nor destroy in
all my holy mountain saith the
Lord.
No finite mind can comprehend
the glory of the paradise of God.
It will he known to only those who
behold 11 "My people shall dwell
in a peaceable habitation, and in
sure dwellings, and in quiet rest*
ing places." "Violence shall no
more he heard in thy land, wast-
ing nor destruction within thv
hroders; hut thou slialt call thy
wall Salvation and thv gates
I'iom" There "Ihe witderneu
and ihe solitary place shall be glad
for them, and the desert s|, ill r,.
j-.ice and blossom as tile rose". "In
stead ol the thorn shall come up
the fir ties, and instead ol the brii 1
fth ill come up the myrtle tree .
Isa 35 ; and 55; 13. | |)e wolf
thill also dwell with the lamb,
and the leopard shall lie do M
w ith the kid and a little child shall
lead them". pajn cannot exist in
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THE T R I 15 U Nh
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Saturday. November 22. 1913
Yestetflay "The Tribune"
completed tlio first decade of its
existence upon the troubled
waters of journalism,
During that period, we have
endeavoured to live up to our
motto "Being bound to swear to
the Dogmas of no Master" ; we
have endeavoured so far as in
US lav to mak our columns the
medium of ventilation of any
grievances of all and sundrv bv
pursuing this policy we have we
regret to say, made some ene-
mies but we have also Iherebv
made some friends. Every thine
that has appeared to us to be
for the good of the whole has
receivedour untiring support
end unfailing advocacy. We
have not hesitated to make sug-
gestions for the public weal and
'ave had the satisfaction in
some instances of seeing some
"f them earned out. In short we
liave endeavoured to conduct
our paper as an independent and
impartial journal shesjld be
conducted, at the same time
Studiously avo.ding unu-rces-
sanly giv.ng offence, but if it
If become "Pessary to offend
^F the defence of the weak or
in advocacy of the right we
have not hesitated.
We look back with very much
satisfaction upon, and desire to
acknowledge with profound
gratitude, the kindlv and friend
ly assistance we have from time
to time received from our many
friends in the way of contribut-
ed articles, items of news, clip
pin-- an,I correspondence, and
last but nut least their support
and patronage in the way of
Subscriptions paid up. papers
bought, advertisement- and j b
work placed with us.
We hup.. ;U,,| dosire in the
years to come, to pursue the
policy of the past, to raise the
standard, to improve its make
up to extend the Influence and
usefulness of our paper to retain
the confidence of nui friends,
and to receive their m >ral and
financial support, all of which
it essential to the success ami
prosper it) of
Till-: TRIBUNE:
.*
Asa contributor to our columns
staled a Hitle while back, skill-
ed labour would be better paid
if the standard of efficiency were
higher.
Two methods of raising that! The Secretary of State for the
standard have been suggested Colonies has engaged Mr. How-
which are complementary the ard Humphreys, M. I M. F., A.
one to the other: (i) It is M. I. C B.,\ovisit the Bahamas
thought that apprenticeship for the purpose of investigating
Should be made compulsory (2jjand preparing a scheme for a
Industrial education is advocat suitable water supply for Nas-
ed. We wish something could be u.
done on both these lines. Mr. Humphreys and his Assis
If for example, a number of tant are expected by next mail,
our young people could be train- The Governor wrote to the Se-
ed at the school age to doscien- jcretary of State on 21st August
tific cultivation of the soil we last pointing out the advis.abil-
should be in a fairer way to get ity of providing Nassau with a
a bette'r and more profitable proper water supply if such a
yield from the land. The Board supply can be procured at a cost
of Agriculture would have a I wrthiw the means of the Colony.
better soil into which to drop Hie Governor pointed out to the
the seeds of new ideas il the Secretary of State that it would
mental soil had been made ready be hardly fair for the House of
by training. We have noticed Assembly, to be asked to cousi
that some of our public school der such a scheme unless they
teachers.particular by those who Were in full possession of all the
have been brought up in dis- l,lt| necessary and as to what
tricts where farming has been Cos* of such a scheme waft' Ifkely
extensively carried on, have to be.ft was thowgh the insurfi
tried with the Encouragement ciencj pf such information
of the Board of Education, to that the decision as regards the
interest the children in agricut- lr"|>"s'"' deepening of the liar
ture, by having a part of their bom lias been so long delayed.
school grounds cultitated. We The. Governor therefore recom
wish this method of training mended that threxamination as
could be carried out more fullv regards tl e feasahility of procur
and successfully. i"E ;| -!od water supply should
While on this subject, we] be undertaken at the expense of
might refer to the lack iif a Re- Crown Funds, and if the House
formatory forvoung.brealceis of ') the Kngfi.....r'8 report decided
the Law." Such a tfimg would to provide a writer supply lor
be yery expensive if attempted Nassau, that Ihe first charge
here. But is not this a case in against such a scheme should be
whicHco operation with other!*'* repayment to Crown Kinds
West Indian Colonies would be ofthc.costof the Engineer's ex
useful? A Reformatory inay ammation and r-pnt. such am-
Jamaica, kept up by the cj- 0unt "", l" N"''' 5$-
tributions of a number of Colo-
nies, would be probablv less e\. w'" (1' sire to acknowledge with
pensive arc] were efficient than a thanks the courtesy of. the Hon.
number of small and isolated W. Hart Bennett. C. MG Won*.
institutions. Perhaps also an reasurei. in sending us a copy
industrial school of the Hooker df The Report of the Bahama*
Washington type could be start Auxiliary Bible Society ig 3.
ed and maintained in the same
manner. In socli cases -unity is XV' ',''Mr';'" acknowledge
strength. fwvtour of pis Excellency the
______ I lovernor by which we have
.--cive I through the Colonial
By the courtesy of His Excel- Secietnry, the following res
lency the Gdvernnr we art en peering the Arbitration of
abli id to giva our readers the fob the claims of tire Executor of
lowing very interesting bit of in- t|ie late I lenry \I. Flagler for the
formation, and we do so with service l#tween Miami (Key-
very much pleasure, as a Water vVest) and Nassau las- win er :
Supply SChemt for this city has also tliecopv of a letter to II.
for some tune past been support \v. Lightbourn, Esq. Arbitrator
e. I and adveoted by us.
We feel grateful to lbs Ex-
cellency for this forward step
and should the outcome be the
f We are informed that the
II bitrators have made their a
ward in the matter of the cia 1 m
establishment of a Waterworks amounting to 3357. 1.4 made
system, which would, uudoubt- bv the Executors of the late
edly, be a boon to our citi/.ens. I bury M. Flagler against the
much praise would be due to Government for services render
i W, ed. by the JS. S. 'Miami", and
that the amount of tbi^award is
700! 4T
Copy.
Colonial Secretary- Office,
l> lhamas,
18th November, 1913,
NTo. 1151/224/ij
Sir,
I am directed by His Excel-
lency the Governor to acknow-
ledge the receipt of your letter
of the 13th instant intimating
that the Arbitrators ha .'e.award-
ed a sum of One thous ind seven
hundred.pounds to be paid to
the Contractors as compensation
for services rendered by the S.
S. "Miami"' last season.
1. In thanking you for your
letter, I am to state that both
the Governor and>tlie Executive
Council appreciate the public
spirit you have shown in under-
taking the duty of aibitratnr
which duty you base carried
Out so satisfactorilv.
I am, cxc.
iSd) w. HART BKMNETT,
Colonial Secretary.
11. W. Lightbourn, Esq.
We had the pleasure of a very
interesting interview yesterday
With Olie of the la; {CSt, if U 't
the largest, Planters of Pineap-
ples on Eleuthera. He -aid:
The decline of the pineapple
industry is due to the decline of
prices,those at present prevailing
being so low that emigration^
forced upon the cultivator, most
cil whom would prefer to remain
m (be Bahamas, but sheer ne-
cessity compels them to leave.
The following figures will give
vou -oiiie idea of h >w the in-
dustry has dropped during the
last five years:
1909 -35tai dozen 11 in.
73754 is --12 in.
1910 -43.1- 1 n -14 12 in. in.
1911- -35.W9 4^.086 41 1 '4 12 in. in.
I'JtJ -3r90| -30.027 tt It 14 12 11:. in.
19*3- J |.329 11 >4 in.
3t56 11 12 in.
You wi 1 notic Ilia in 1 910
there was an increase in the
output. This was dae to the fact
that the J. S. | ?fins m Co offer-
ed a premium of y\. per dozen
if we could in ike i per cent,
of the 1 \ inch fruit This offer
uraged the people ind they
worked with that obje I in view.
There were Few, however, who
made the 50 per cent, they were
disi ouraged, main more quitted
for Florida, with the conse-
quence that the following years
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in
1 H 1 B i; N E
(he drop wavtremendous. We
annot cmnn^Wi the 12 inch
mil, as th'v^ire practically
triven away We are paid is
r dozen for them, and tliev
ost from is. to is. ijd. to pro.
lure.
In my opinion, if tlie Govern-
nent would offer a bounty of
0d. par dozen for every dozen
il the fruit measuring 14 inches,
without placing tlie quantity to
>e produce I, to secure the
)ounty, beyond their reach,
hany who have been forced to
{o t" Miami through sheer ne-
cessity would return and go
back to tlie lands. Then you see
those who could reach the 50
l> t cent mark-, would, in addi-
tion to the bounty paid by the
government, receive the pre-
mium of the Johnson Co., which
would bring the amount up to
n living price, and those who
bould not reach that mark
would receive at least some re
numeration an I encouragement.
Many cul 1 /ators now in
Mi inii, upon their return to vis-
it their home-., have said to me
'Can'l you g t the to (11 something to encourage
ihe industry. We would be
pleased to return and work in
our own country, where we are
re.ited like men. We don't
. vant to go back, but we must."
From Greg .:. Town to Savau
lah Sound, I en >\v the people
>f six settlements well, all are
ineapple growers, then
)arents before them 'vere, and
here is that inborn hankering
ogo back to (he land, they
i.'ive said that there is nothing
hey would de-are more than to
return to their cultivations, if
encourage,]. Could they he in
dm ed to return they would l>e
bore valu ible than befoie thej
eft, for tie-, v --rienceand pine
ical trainiag they have obtained
pi Honda would be put to good
use here. You would besuipris-
1 to find how much they know
a the proper use o| fertili
fers, the tiimuiiugand spraying
of grape fruit trees, etc, upon
their return. This would be of
peat value to our Colony, but
Ihey iiuisi be encouraged to re-
turn in the same way that the
were enticed to leave
An instance : About eight
years ago, on" of the first men
to leave Kleuthera was Joseph
Wo >d. A native of Florida who
l.ad married a Gregory Town
Kvoman went 1.) her home on a
visit and indu :ed Wood to go
with him. lie went and was so
much encouraged by the tatter
rhanres to make money that in
a short time he had induced
several of his friends and rela-
tives to leave, aril 111 course
their friends and relatives, and
so on until wha' was an unno
ticeable stream has become a
flood whose consequence! have
become serious, and which
naturally fills all interested
members of this community
with concern
It is said by some that the land
is worn out. This is one of the
greatest mistakes that has ever
been made, there are thousands
of acres now splendidly fit for
the cultivation of the pineapple,
in fact I own hundreds of acres
tint have not been cultivated
for ten vears, but the people are
not going to cultivate at a loss,
and who can blame them ?
Florida is getting what we
Should have, and it is our duty
to make every effort to get them
to n-turn.
To be continued.
The Womens Self Ibip \ 1
ciation was opened at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon by His Ex-
cellency the Governor G. 15.
Haddon Smith in the pres' ih .
of a large number of ladies and
a few gentleman.
His K^cellencv highly com-
mended the enterprise and said
it was deserving of support nnd
that it would be a benefit to
many.
Mrs. Haddon-Sinith thanked
the members of the Abioriatioii
for the honour of being elected
their President,
We an; informed that the
membership numbers 170.
There was a goodly display of
needlework, straw and sisal
work, and preserves and other
confections.
Business was begun at once
ami a considerable amount was
done.
We wish the enterprise success
We are pleased to note, the
report of Mr. Kred. A. Toote,for
the month of October, at St.
August lie- School, Raleigh. N.C.
U.S.A., where he is a student.
Rhetoric 88, History88, Civics
81, Algebra 77, Latin Hy, Print-
ing 95.
Mr. loote, it will be remem
bered, was for several years in
this office, but has now elected
to enter the ministry and is stu*
dying, preparatively, at St. Au-
gustine.
"The Imperial" gave an ex-
cellent show last evening to a
[large audience. On Monday
evening "The Call of Louis
Mona," will be repeated, by re
quest. Those who did not see
this feature last night should
not miss i*. on Monday evening.
The Motor "Frances-K." arri
ved from Miami this afternoon
with Mails and passengers.
CHANNEL WORK IS
A HOUT DONS
[Captain White Of S. S. Miami
I'm dirts Deepening Of The
Channel Will Ik- Finished
IK- End Of Month-Miami
Begins Nassau Huh First
Of January.
"The work on the old Cape
l Florida channel will be com
; pleted by th end of the month,"
sai I Captain White last night
bi I fle reaving for Key-West.
I ' The dredges have done nothing
all the pet week on account of
[the wind, but with a few days
; of fair weather they can finish
] the work on the outside of the
bay, and then it does Jnot mat-
ter how hard the wind blows,
'for it does not effect the inside
; waters. The cut through the bar
'has been completed and only
[some lumps here- and there re
main in the -outside channel.
1 When these are removed there
will be a clear eleven footchan-
|nel into the bay.
" The work on the inside will
not amount to much or take
very long The channel has got
to be (leaned out at a number
of places where boats have run
against the side of it and shaved
off the bank. Then new mark-
ings will be placed throughout
its entire length Where old pil-
ing have rotted off we will drive
new stakes which will keep
launches and other light craft a
way from the submerged spil.
ing "
The Miami will come back
on to the run probably about the
second of January, according to
the captain, although the win.
ter schedule has not been an
nojunced at yet. She will have
no trouble in entering port this
winter, and will make her trips
on schedule time once she be-
gins them.
"Sailors and passengers from
the north are predicting the
heaviest tourist business I his
year tint the company has ever
handled," said the captain.
"They say that every year, to be
sure, and it has always come [
true, but this time there scums
to be more evidence of it than
usual. A larger number of in-
quiries and requests for terms
and rail's at hotels ate being re-
ceived this early in the season
than ever before and the corrn-
pany is plarining extra accomo-
dations for its patrons."
"Miami Herald" Nov. 8th 1913.
IMPERIAL
THEATR-C
Saturday Nov. 22
New Reels,
AND
A FINE SHOW
SAME01.D I'RICFS
Gd. od. is.
ZACHARIAS BARROW.
SHOEMAKER
DESIRES to inform his Patrons
and the Public that he liai
removed fr< m Murlev Street, near
"Kelly's Bakery," to the Market
Range, City Market, rear of
Groceiy Store of Mr. Sim Rfc,
where he is prepared to serve them
as promptly -md as efficiently as in
the past.
A
FOUND.
SET of Up[><*r False Teeth
A|,ply K
" I'nbune Office
NOTICE
AN Entertainment will be given
in St. Matthews Schoolroom
on Tuesday evening 25th insj.
Doors open 7:30 commencing at
8 o'clock p.m.
Admission is.
Light Refreshmeuts will be sold
In aid of St. M itthew's Church
G
WANTED
OO D Second hand bicycl
wanted immediately.
Apply
"Tribune Office."
M'aket Street.
WANTED.
MPLQYMFNT by a House*
,keeper or Conk.
Apply at "Tnbuns Office"
NOTICE.
THIS is to remind Public the
of the OhI Stand (N.S, Elliot's
Joiner Shop) Eaft IUy Stieet,
which is now under the Manage-
ment of
J \MI.S A. EVANS
CONTRACTOR AND JOINER
Hand made Coffins of every tie*
cription, I am prepared 10 grv*
you excellent woik. "est at refer-
ences. For turning etc., see us. \V<
guarantee to satisfy you and an
confident that we can suit yot.
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THE T R I H U NE
Hi' iimosphere of heaven. I here
w ill be no more tears, no funeral
''"" : "" badges i.f mourning,
" l line sli ill be no more death,
neifhei sorrow nor crving for the
f'jnner tilings are passed away".
"ie iniiibitanu shall not
say. "in sick ; I he people thai
dwell therein shall be forgiven
their loiqnity". Is.,. ,, ;6,q, 33 ;
!^*n ?' 3' ,here lhe redeemed
snail Know even as also they are
Known The love and sympath e-
whieh God has Hunself planted 11.
the soul, shall there f, ,d truest and
sweetest exercise. The pure com.
mun.on with holy beings, tht |,ar-
"vmii tussuci il hie with the bless.
N unhand with the faithful ones
ol all ages who have washed their
robes and made then, white in the
"""' of the Lamb, thesicred ties
lb-it bind together" "The whole
family in heaven and eaith", ih.se
help to constitute the happiness ol
the redeemed.
There immortal minds will con-
tempi ite, with never filing
I'glit, the woii-len of creative
p.werthe mysteries of redeem
f8 [oire. There is no cruel d-
cieving foe to tempt to forgetful,
wssoj (i,| ,.v |V fai(||tv w|I|
be developed, every capacity in-
creased The acquirement of
knowledge will not weary the mind
nor exhaust the energiea. All the
treasures of the universe will open
t<- the study of God's redeemed.
i.'de tered by mortality, they wing
svr tireless High) to woildsal
W'ds that thrill with sorrow ri
he spectacle of human woe and
r.na with songs of gladness ai the , ,
news of a ransomed soul >%, XN
Tin. New Jerusalem, the City ol vl
^od. will he there ;,s the capital
City of the restored ecrtli. John
ascribes the locating of the N, n
Jerusalem upon theeaith in Rev.
21; 1-3. After speaking of the res'
toratlon of ||. earth to Ms former
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MALTI.DFOOD No. 3
From f> months upwai Ji.
RUSKS (Mallad)
From 10 uiuuiai upwards,
I lit:MISTS AND STORES.
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL
A Pnmphlel on Inranl Feeding -nd Mu...,jemci Free
EN & HANBDRYS Lid.. London. England
we tre told, "Cod shdl wipe.iway
all tears from l heir eyes; an (there
I be no moie rJe ith, neither
sorrow, nor crying, ne ther shal
! there be any m ire pai i : f1)r the
former thing* are | assed away
and II" tl a1 sat upon the th
. Behold I make all tl
new. And II- sti i untonie, lvri|,.
f 'hese words are I rue and faith
lul."
fio becontinu I
ii yv
won I
N o T I c E
Gasoline
form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
ve on h.ml an extensive Stock of 11 \ V \ \ \ i h; \\,< \\p
K* ^ hrandto beraadeof I be finest Ha, n. and Lm.tr!
" M'l i rs, and Havana Killers throughout.
rhese Cigars are manufactured on oui premise, bv skilled workmen
real pains are taken to produce ar aitii Ie ol supi rioi qualitv
,. '"'v' hi"" "" with in the p ,.j |eads us :onfidently to ex wet
the patronage of coi......seurs '
J. L. SA1 NDERS St Co.
Bav Street.
DXRD OH. CO'S G .S.
IVI*,. Sold in quantities
"I <>ue Q,i|lon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
I Kims of yi l'.ill us at as cents
I Tl tu return when
pty.
S
ami
'.hwal s.....'iHl pruim do away
heMtty, he tbfii m.-..I,s of the-rett w n necessity of buying a
I ink,
C. r. SAUNDERS.
J it'y resting upon it s iving, "He-
hold the tabernacle of God is with
men. ami He will dwell with them
:i."d they shall he ||,s people; and'
(. >d Himself be with them and be
neirGod. "As all kingdoms in
tin* World today have their Capital
Cities in which the laws are n
"'"l from whuh they go -forth to
govern lhe pe .pie, so will the grea
Kingdom ol God whit h fills
earth have its capital city It .
which will go forth His law. Much
might hes,i nf ,|,j, R|orjousci
'> description of which God gives
M though Miepophe, John in Rev
2";o 27. |sa,ah tells us nh >u| the
new earth and thai ,, and the pen.
PleolCodslMlleve. remain ||P
"y'the peopt, shall ,..,.., <,,
'" "'"'"'".....' mother and from
"'" ^'.'h'thtonnother, from their
r' i live hi mes over the r.,.e of
{lie earth, to worship In for
N
'">'. i 1
J C. CO A K LEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is bitter thzn a 2i. Cigar
elsewhere
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
r
I Lord m Mis dwelling place (Is
I.2' 3) whirl, f.,f,n in Ree. 21 says
lithe Holy City. At tins time,
KOTICE.
HIS is to inform inv I* itrnni
an I the Public in ('......1
in it I have opened my Public
Black S mth Simp; and am now
re idy to do anything in the line ol
' i-ueial rep or or new work I lots,.
Shoeioa Suecially. All work done
Mechanically
P. A. I'luvler,
BayStreet. East (VVnarP
NOTICE I
Gasoline
rANDARD Oil Cos lasolene
sold in quantities of ^ eallnus
upward for one shilling per
ga lion at (i ir il''-
Bring a Veesel for small qu mil-
ties.
I hums in iy I r 1,1 1 with "drum
lots.' julij cl to return when empty
Reo the Fifth I ais told at
*' '7.5. l,,-': i" i'"' rem dis-
tiMiiit f. o. h. f ictory,
R( 1 I' 11 s 10 for Hire.
BlC)C|i I o nted f,,r i<>, a week.
Auto nolnle and bit yole supplies
kepi in stiM k. 1 ylindei oil and
\uto irease a s| leriall v.
v'.ui evi n s.|| yi 11 1 w-,\ nave,
aient storage drum with fnurii in
k p :: solme. Clime and see
th in.
Apply in
J. P. SIMM4,
17 Moikei Stn et
Nov. 18, to 13.
GEO. L. DAVIS
MUSIC LESS! >NS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN,
MANDOL.'N and GUITAR.
Pianos tuned and Repaired
' 1 err toki n for Private
[tnUrtdttitttt nta,
' j Weai street.
NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE.
Has jn 11
rill-. Balance "f their Large
assortment >l I nysand Kant v
goods lot XmaS, from London and
1 ica.
I Im Assortment, being sin h a
large one, we will only give a list
< f the leading ones,
D H 1.-. I) ii.i.s.
) Casesof Dressed and undrrseed
11 iN from 3.tn i')s. stg, Dolls Car
riages, Peiambu'ator*, and Go
1 arts from 2s. tu \, Large Steel
Express Waggons Imm a, |n \
\ ' ip I t>, Ro Tim; I loises.l) ,H's
Pianos li ni 5.. to if,.. (_ I,, ,\\
RtM:king < hairs uid .\ very Urge
iriety ol Small Toys, and ,\m is
I aids.
Also 11.....\,.,| Ano'her Crate of
Asaurted L'b'na.
KURNITURE, FURNITURE.
Just receiv tl a part of the I ai
Stock of Furniture 'iideied, h In re
w e Intei '\c\ keeping, over the 1 Im
and M1II1....., Si i e, n full line
RRC1 IVING
Bureaux from 50s. to o/s, each
Chiffon ieres, Bedsteads, Wash
Sand, and Ma It'esses, single and
double from \ to 2.
A. I". MOORE.
Noe, 19 1913
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