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I H t r H I 11 II NL TTbe tribune Tuesday. November 25. 191} All the signs tell of impend ing changes in British rural and urban life. The Ulster Question does not stir the pulses of the British electorate as does the LandQuestioa Conservatives admit the problem, but the powerful influence of the Landlord Class will hold them back from grappling with it. Tories who live in towns and cities would no doubt glad I v handle the subject in a drastic way, but their many acred brethren in the non-urban districts are able to prevent their doing so. The Tory opposition to the scheme is at present half hearted It has not yet gathered momen turn. The slaHiirs against Sir Rufus Isaacs and Mr Lloyd George were intended to stop the force of the Government's land scheme at its beginning by flinging the appalling Chancellor into the shades of political silence. But Sir Rufus is now Lord Chief Justice and the dreadful Welshman has "bobbed up serenely from below,"* and even Mr. Bonar Law gives him credit for some sincerity in his efforts to raise the condition of the poor. As regard* Home Rule. A perusal of the recent speeches of Mr. Asquith, Sir Edward Grey and .Mr. Bonar Law leaves us with the impressipn that an agreement is by no means an impossibility. All three men begin thir speeches by saying, in other language : "We don't want to fight, But by jingo if we do !" but all three end upon the conciliatory note. The disquietin; | actor is Mr. Ba I four's speech at Aberdeen, following on Mr. Bonar Law's at Wallseud. Mr Balfour calls for a General Election as the only Method of settling the matter, ami seems to scout the idea of a settlement by consent. Is he trying to weaken Mr. Bonar Law's hinds at a critical juncture, and at tinsame time aiming at a postpi me merit of Land 'Legislation? If so and if his wre king attempt should succeed the Governments reply may be the passage of the Home Rule Bill as it stands, with an appeal to the om-.li tuencis afterwards on an issue— that of the Land-winch is likely to sweep them back into power. Under the circumstances, it is no wonder that Mr. Bonar Law thinks it quiie possible that the Liberals may remain in power for many years to come, as they did for.the best part of forty years after the passage of the Reform Bill in 183a. We would point out that in two quarters opposition to Liberalism is likely to weaken while the Land Legislation is being pushed. The farmers on the one hand, and the shopkeepers on the other are, on the whole, Tory. But the rural por tionof the Liberal programme makes a strong appeal to the tenant farmer at iuanv points, while the urban propisals, so far as they were outlined by the Chancellor to a nun party deputation from the Town Tenants League, make an almost overwhelming appeal to the shop keeper. hi i88f> Holm Rule blocked Joseph Chamberlain's radical land proposals bv split) ng the Liberal Party. The Liberals are now determined to pass Home Rule, and the Land Policy has their eager support. Thus the Land Campaign opens with bright prospects. if We have the very highest an thority for it, "I hat arrange meiits have been complete*! between this Government and the United Stales Government for the establishment as liom ivt January 1914 of a parcel |post, via Miami, in the winter months by S. S. "Miami .111 the {summer l>v "Frances L Parcels for In rope will not be sent by this route.'* able all around. "The Florida Times Union," Jacksonville, Nov. 13th 1413. AT THE FROLIC THEATJvR. A very fine comedian has been added to the performance at the Frolic theater on Flori da avenue. The attendance last week was quite encouraging and the place is beginning to attract some of the most inter eating people in the city. Mr Rodgen the new addition to the place is an artist in his line, and Jhe keeps the audience in merriment from the beginning to the end of his performance — Ibid, Nov. 17th 1913. The Motor ''Frances K." will leave for Miami on Thuis lav morning instead of Wednesdav morning and the mails will be closed on Thursday morning eight o'clock. Wr give below two clippings refer.ing to Mr. Edwin II.Rodg era of this city, which will no doubt be pleasing 'to many of our readers, Ins relatives and friends. vVe are pleased to be able to record anything that re llects credit on any ol our c miltry men. A r THE MIRROR THEATER. We have just added to our moving picture show a "cracker Jack" comedian, Mr. Edwin Rodgen, II new coiner to the city, who cannot he, beaten Jon the Stage (MI "crack jokes." singing and d. lining, keeping the entire audience laughing from start to finish. Mr. Rodgen dresses for the occasion with ap propriate costumes which makes him look more funny and laugh The Mail steamer, 'Seguran j Ca'arrived in New York at 10 a.m. yesterday. Intciinsiilar Mails per Schr "C iluinbitt*' for Inagua, l*n|ig Cay. Acklins Island, Rum Ci> Clarence Town, Long Island. The Bight 'ami Arthurs Town ->an Salvador will be closed on I'huis lay 27th Nov. at 11 ic| nl. am. THE I.ABOUH QUESTH >\. TllF. l)i-.c\Y Oi-TinPlNBAPPLB INDUSTRY. Continuing our interview : Improved fertilising and un proved methods could be turned to good u-e. There is a gr<'at future, in my opinion, before the WulIf Road cultivations. Experiments there have been very satisfactory. I am (l large Planter, a id ran always earn the Johnson Company's premium, but I would like to know that the benefits were more getl ral, B9 I am convinced that it is the only thing %  • attract the people back to tlieir cultivations, and I would s> much like to see the people, go back to the land. Believe me it is our only salvation, aid if not done, die Colon \ must continue to sutler and things must grow worse and Worse. Supp >sin •; the people were in dti'-ed to return to tie land, even now ,'ind they went tow >rk with the greatest ei.eigv and zeal, it would take at leas' t'iree years before a change for the belter could be perceived and before the brakes could be put on and the downgrade rush stopped where it now is. And the bounties would cost the Government comparatively little. Supposing the inducement offered by bounties carried the industry up within the next five years at the rate it has dropped — which is most unlikely —it would only cost the Government £i\VJ. 7s. gd ;can this be considered much when the return from the industry would be so substantially increased and a valuable asset of the Colony saved ? But it would be almost impossible for the rise to reach more than n,22v n. Just on the side 1 will give the following instance of a cas? that has come un ler niv own observation. Rn laid Culmer, of Satanuall Sound, went to Florida, and became there an expert mix 1 and worker of ce. inent. 1 le h is returned and is willing to give the Colony the benefit of Ins ex|>erieiice, but what is lie to do ? In justice to hints il and those dependent upon him he must return, hut were the cultivation of pineapples as remu leraiive to day as a was were i line veaishick, it would be woi ih Ins while to remain 011 Eleuthera, be au w he would have as much t


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T HE T K,l Bll\l "The Imperial Theatre keeps it) date, but the Proprietor ltds 'iit patronage of the Pub 7 i" help' him to keep things IfSee advenisment. An excel* it programme will be present | to morrow evening. A syuop of one of the Spec ill features IIW : BLUE RIDGE FOLKS lias Walters and James Bark rtwoyuung tanners, love Uuth Aon, Dallas is tiie favored tor, and this incites the jeal>y of Harkei to such an extent t he threatens to foreclose the {gage on the house of Mrs er, Dallas' mother Hut the IUI is met In 'Dall.is.much to jrprise of Barker, lm then ks a quarrel ui'ii Dallas A imp who had heard Dallas tell nth of Ins pas ment to Barkei tes to Barkei s house with the [ention "I stealing the money, bus caught li\ I >ii isei. In the ml which loiiows the Iramp K^Uarker on the head, rendei M him devoid id ins reasoning |>\\ers, bul Barker manages to a S lot at the tramp, wlu, ill ngjdovi II, :u c .s over a lamp i sets the house on fire. er walks out of Hie burning unseen by anyone. DaBas Fars tin: alarm of the lire and hhes to the home of Barker, lievnig he is responsible for fe fire, MII a< c >uiit ol the squab |^he had w ith him. I le is seen amiiiiiig out by the housekeep EtiTd is arrested. By the aid ol k llas' brother he makes hit i |p from the court house the) B to the mountain puisued IK kaherifi and Ins posse, where icy discover Barker, whom they night had peushed in the lire" ker whose reason has been re In a fa 11.ex plains his fight h the tramp who lad peril!* d IK lire. I tin cxoner.itcsDallas, ii) immediately marries Kuth. v nyij. I liibune Nassau .Mst f The Editor Ii have read witu very much est the coirekpondeni e ur columns or. the subject il he Laboui Quest IOII' and he KAOIIUS to flomla". %  Some of the suggestions of the uious writers aie good and Or thy of attention and I am in baity sympathy with the sugsstion that the people "Go back • the land" how to get them Sick, I am unable to bay, but 1 in disposed to think that it (ill requite a combination of any plans to do so. And I think Sir that what I .on Elbout I" suggest Would go far towardssolviug the problem. Some years ago during a period "I depression ihe government, to aid the people, sold Crown laud at 5s. per acre, and with lime f'-r payment; with die Sisal boom the price mounted up t.) ib-,. per acre, and many who had not completed payment on the 5s. rate have been evicted. I think Sir if the Government would kt the labouring man have land at 5s. per acre and say ten yean to pay Up, it would tend in encourage the labouring man lu "Go back to the land." %  Y' nir-. A PEASANT PROPRIF.n >R| The Bight Cat Island Nov. 6th 191 3. Editor Tribune. Sir. Will you allow in" spar in your valuable columns to briny to light that most 1 Wicked one) who signed his name Churchman Junes in Ins letter that appeared m your issue ol Oct. 28th he is no other than one of the 1 Witch Driver) advisers who are in his pay and because the church an I the law here fought them so heavily and even conquered them and drove th 'W ,. *ay, is his main reason f>r wining >ui h an unreasonable unbecoming and untruthful letter about the i hurch. All because she re belled against that (Mon-a n 01 the Black Aitj WHO was leading peoplecoiUoiiy to her teaching and out of the way of God. I le ii lusdiscip e v. ho dared sign his name "Churchman Jones' he it a "disappointed man" who e\ ijected to get a fail share oi the money the lObeatj man would have made hadn't it been for the church and the law who immediately overthrew their plans. \\e know your name Mr. -I came neat .lling i' then liut it will DC leaving von to ,1 Bud late. It will also causa thosa that are voung ami not responsible for vour unmanly actions to suffer and bei nine BCqu nuted M ith hunger. I therefore refrain from railing it. But 1 will say this to you by way of advice, you are at present living through the people of this community. And HI vou yourself know M.III weaknesses and failures are many you had better be careful they can easily do without you and your sei vices whatever they be keep out of church ami its affairs if vou love the place and way in which you earn bread and reme nber whose lips these words ra ne from On this rock I bu 1 I my church and the gates of Hell shall not prevail ag mist it. Ihe church today is flourishing all over the island its member ship is increasingdailv. Thanking you Mr Editor for sp ue allowed. I am yours. TRUE CHURCHMAN. IMPERIAL 1HCATR.E Wednesdy Nov. 9Q SPELIAt FEATURES Blue Ridge Folk AND The Fringe of Sin AN EXCEPTIONAL DRAMA WITH OTHER REELS. 61I. 9\;uls cltMiiiiig, Pllllidlhlg and hlo knij, ami IIOA here in this Cit> .'.in Mill ••! it done but Hi I IIOMAS V.. NABBIE, inil m a very moderate price. U.teMl'l in.iller liow bid aconditon 11 niriy be in 11 Can be made as g.io I ;i iew, or better. Rone nber he 1 S 594 hay Street CAULEGRAvljj November 25th 1913. Washington, .j -Reinforceinent ol the American troops on the Mexican liontler today was a development relating to the Mexican problem, but this move ment of troops was declared to be not at all {alarming by official Statements issued in explanation. London, JJ. — Nature announces tonight thai among the Royal Society's awards the Hughes Medal has been granted to A. (i. hell Ihe award is made in recognition jof his share in the invention of the teiapho.ie. Oxford, 23 -Vengeance was wreaked oil the suffragettes who early this in (ruing set lire to a great lumber yaid on the banks it the Thames, for while the place was burning theollices of a suffragette society iu this city M eie raided and wrecked. The damage to the lumber yard anuunted to tens of thousands of dollars. Paris, 23. —Roland Garros and Kdmond Audrmiars Jinterd to sol for America in three weeks to give exhibitions of up suit -down living in Honda. Live/pool. 2). -Harry Yar don a*>d Edward Ray, the English golfers who have been play ii>K in the United {States, arrh < % 


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T I H E f H I b U NE tha I oy had been able to retain his hold he could have got the ha I loon to settle to the ground once more, but otherwise he was as helpless as the crowd below to help the lad. NOTICE A N Entertainment will be Riven in St. Matthews Schoolroom on Tuesday evening 25th inst. Doors open 7:30 commencing at 8 o'clock p.m. Admission is. Light Refreshments will be sold In aid of St. Matthew's Church NOTICE! Gasoline S TANDARD Oil Co'sGasolene sold in quantities of 5 gallons and upward for one shilling per gallon HI Garage. Bring a Vessel for small quantities. Drums may lie had with "drum lots,' subject to return when empty Reo the Fifth Cars sold at $1175, less 10 per cent discount f. o. b. factory. Reo Cars also for Hire. Uicjcles rented for 10s a week. Automobile and bicycle supplies kept in stock. Cylinder oil and Auto Grease a special 1 v. Can even sell you a verv convenient storage drum with taunt to keep gasoline. Come and see them. Apply to J. P. SIMMS, 47 Market Street Nov. 18, 1913. NASSAU BAI,\I\ HOUSE. I las jusi received T HE Ha la nee of their Large assortment il I oys nndT'anry goods for Xmas, from London and America. Th Assortment, being; such a lare one, we will only n'^e a list <:f the leading ones. DOLLS, DOLLS, 3 Cases of Dressed and undreseed Dolls from 3.to io. stg, Dolls Car riages, I'.iambu'ators, and Go Carts from 2S. to £1. I.arge Steel Express Wageons I mm 4s. to £\ Veliiciped'-s. Wo king I lorses,Doll's Pianos from 5. to 16s. Child's Rockin" Chairs and A verv larye variety of Sma I Toys, and Xmas Curds, Al-o teeeived Another Crate of Assorted China. FURNITURE, FURNITURE. Just receiv 'I a pait of the Large Stock of Furniture 'rdeied, where WP inlet ded keeping, over the Hal and Millinery Store, n full line. RECEIVING Bureaux from 50s to o/>. each ChifiMiieres, Bedsteads, Wash Stand? and Mattresses, single and double from £\ to £2. A F. MOORF. Nov. 19 1013 J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigap "Ladysmith Brand" It is bitter than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. NOTICE Gasoline S TANDARD OIL COS GAS. OLIMF. Sold in quantities nl One Gallon and upwards for one shilling a gallon. Drums of 50 gallons at 2a cents I gallon, subject to return when empty. These special Drums do away with the necessity of buying a Storage lank. C. C. SAUMDERS, 1913. Xov. iq, THE WORLD'S JVGDMENT 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 I'me st., Jersey City, N. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Nassau, N.I'. Agent for the Bahamas. (to I**continued) A FRESH JUST ARRIVED N extra l.nrije H*mrtinMt of HolidiV lakes 111 i(l Candies duecl fioin the Factory ucli as Rainbow Mixed < )ur Doling Dixie I'laniation Our I lobi>y and 35other different Mixed Cakaant iirtkpci M> .Mixed Candies at lH CtS per ll> Also the following Cakes in Packages at (> cts R.iisiu Cookies, (). I!. I'ies.ind l.unch hiy ui's. These are IIIM|UHIed m qunlit) AT TOO ll/S WANTED. Housekeeper or Cook. Apply nt "Ttihunp Offir P IIPLOYMf NT bf 1 n W i; would dorm all who appreciate a ("mod Smoke that we nr] have on haid an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. Guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumaf, Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workr and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to et the uaiionage of connoiseurs. H I. L. SAL'NDFRS & Co. Bat Str W. A. MATHER UNDER l*AKER D ESIRES to inform Ins friends ami the Public that he has jusi received n complete outfit of facilities fm 'lie business o| an undeitak'-r, which pi.lies him in a position to rarrv out Funetals that may be entrusted t>< his care with system anl despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patr-nig (iet uiv Prices first am'piove that tlie\ are the veiy lowest for first class work. Shingles Best N<>. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at #()/>o per thousand of 20 bundles I )iscounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades— also 5'm. CvpK-ss nt $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. A FOUND. SET of Upper False Teeth Apply Tribune" Office NOTICE. T III-s is to remind Public; of the Old Stand (N. S. ElliJ Jhirley Street, nt "Kelly's Bake:y," to the Mai* Range, City Mmket, rear Citoceiy Store of Mr. Sim Rj where he is'prepared to serve tin as promptly and as efficiently • the past. 1_J



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CD P 3 CO r+ CD 0) tt S o CD CO ioime Nulliue cvdclic lu |virre in verbs mftglatrl. Belr\ bound to iwear to the Dogma.* >( no Maeter. VOL. XI. Ne.aeau. N. P.. Bfth&mnt. Tuesday. November 25. 1915 No. 4 IKON K H DUPI CH. i ii IOR ANti Peorei r tvt OKK1CK 3 44 MAUKKT STRBKT Na*au S. P BAHAMA-. |\ o. BOJ I'M PUBLISHED DULY. Monday, Vedneday an>l Fiiilay — ilnt.'leroi.x ... ... J'l Tuesday. Tbwadav an.l >Shtiiiday— tingle Cop* ••• I" vVeeklv ... %  •• 4l PAYABLE IS ADVANCE. Adveitising RateSix penca r*i line for first iniertinii ; three |>eiice |>er line or second insertion; and one iwnnv iier line (or tubaaqoeat insertions Advertisements under right lines + s. THE SAINTS INHERITANCE %  (Concluded.) God do. Jesus siiys, "My fithir woiketh hitherto and I work;* So will all Hi people, recreated in his imnfe, fiuil pleasure in uselul BCllvity. Yet the employment given them is not to he of such a natuie as to he irksome, or to weary either mind or bathr. In the I iitei part of the (15th chapter of Isaiah is found a de>cription of the woik done by the saints. After desciibing the recreation of the earth and the great City which God places upon it, he sa\s of the inhabitants, They shall build houses and inhabit them" We are not to understand that the bouses they build are to be of the same material used for building pmposes today Th* Garden which the Lord planted east \ ard in F.den was a sample, showing tlie kind ol hou>-s the pisteiitv nl Adam and Eve (Had they r mained obedient) would h be the carpet, Ibis is the kind of bouses that Isaiah says that the saints will build for hahi'ations. Today men build houses and plan to inhabit them but they are often disappointed, as -vars, turmoils and iininci.il dfliculties overturn their pl.nis At the I Jest they inhabit the.n only a few shoit years before death calls them. Hut it shall not lie SO ill th new earth. Tliesaints shall als'i plant vineyaids and eat the fiuit nl them. How different it is today Men plant vineyards and 0 berseat the fruit of then 1 No. t lini is certain in this life. 1 Jut the saints "shall not build and another inhabit, they shall i.ot plant and another eat ; tor as the days ill a tree are die days of my people, and mine elect shall long enjoy tbe work of tlie* 1 r hands. Tney shall not labor in \ain nor bring forth for tumble; for th-'y are the seed of the blessed of the Lord, andtheir offspring with them. And it shall come In pa**, that befo.e they call I will answer ; and while they are yet speaking, I will hear". And tbe years of eternity, as they roll, will bring tidier and still more glorious revelations of God and of Christ. The more men learn of God, the greater will be their admiration of His charactei. As Jesus opens before them the riches of redemption, and the amazing achievements in tbe great controversy of Satan, the hearts of • he ransomed will thrill with more feivtnt devotions, and ten thou sand times ten thousand of voices unite to swell the mighty chorus of praise. "And every creature which is in heaven and on the earth and under the earth and such as are in the sea, and all that are in them heard I saying, Blessing, and honor, and glory, and power, be unto Him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb forever and ever'. Rev. 5 ; 13. BALLOON TRAGEDY. BOY FALLS 500 FEET. Ovei five thousand persons attending a country fair at Woodstock, Connecticut, in September last, saw a thirteen-year-old boy named George Uernier fall 500 feet to his death. He was, according to the New York correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph", being carried u ( by balloonist Fowler, of Boston, the parachute performer, when one of Ins feet became entangled ill the guy rope. The boy I screams of terror could be beard in all parts of the grounds, and as the balloon, still rising, drifted slowly along toward the tace track, an incieasing crowd followed helplessly after. At first the boy merely writhed helplessly Ins own weight holding the bight of rope about his ankle. At he came directly above the race track, however, he bent upward and succeeded in seizing the rope several feet above the turn about his foot. The moment this happened the coil slacked off the bay swung only by bis bands. He held on desperately but could not cling to the thin rope more than a b-w minutes. He was seen to slip his foot downward and check himself, bat only for an instant. Then the rope tore itself through his fiigers. Th.*re was a rush to the spot as Ins body struck the ground. He was instantly killed. Fo.vl r, ny a moment after tie boy*s death, perfoimed his parachute drop. He said that if (continued on fourth page.) 1 I


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VOL. XI.
Ne.aeau. N. P.. Bfth&mnt. Tuesday. November 25. 1915
No. 4
IKON K H DUPI CH.
i iiior ANti Peoreirtvt
OKK1CK 3 44 MAUKKT STRBKT
Na*au S. P Bahama-.
|\ o. BOJ I'M
PUBLISHED DULY.
Monday, Vedneday an>l Fiiilay
ilnt.'leroi.x ... ... J'l
Tuesday. Tbwadav an.l >Shtiiiday
tingle Cop* I"
vVeeklv ... 4l Monthly .......}'
Quarterly ......
HalfVearlv
real iv
... tf>
PAYABLE IS ADVANCE.
Adveitising Rate- Six penca r*i line
for first iniertinii ; three |>eiice |>er line
or second insertion; and one iwnnv iier
line (or tubaaqoeat insertions
Advertisements under right lines + s.
THE SAINTS INHERITANCE
.(Concluded.)
God people sh.i 11 -pend tlieir time in
i lleness when in tit if future horn .
When Gnd placed VI.mi and Eve
upon the eaith in the lifpinitinp,
lie ({/ive them ivi rk to peif-Tiii in
diessing null ketpmg the garden
in winch He placed tliem ; so also,
will the Mint "" 'he Bfj* earth
have a similar woik lodo, for God's
plAII evil' not he changed in the
leat. Fir Hun to change His
plan concerning tins world audits
inhabitants would be to say either
that He had made a rnisiakein the
beginning, or thai Sat ? me ext- nt, Rained a Victory over
liihi Ciod Iliniv If could not he
hit| py a ithont some Work t<> do.
Jesus siiys, "My fithir woiketh
hitherto and I work;* So will all
Hi people, recreated in his imnfe,
fiuil pleasure in uselul BCllvity.
Yet the employment given them is
not to he of such a natuie as to he
irksome, or to weary either mind
or bathr. In the I iitei part of the
(15th chapter of Isaiah is found a
de>cription of the woik done by the
saints. After desciibing the recrea-
tion of the earth and the great City
which God places upon it, he sa\s
of the inhabitants, They shall
build houses and inhabit them"
We are not to understand that the
bouses they build are to be of the
same material used for building
pmposes today Th* Garden which
the Lord planted east \ ard in F.den
was a sample, showing tlie kind
ol hou>-s the pisteiitv nl Adam
and Eve (Had they r mained obe-
dient) would h the earth. While nil the world
was beautiful, yet this ga d n was
especially so, and was to he kept so
by its occupant*.ind said to Adam
and live "lie fruitful and multiply
and replenish the earth, and subdue
it". Bjf the expiession "replenish
the earth and subdue it" God meant
that their posterity should reduce
it from a wild Mate to a cultivated
condition, using the garden which
God had made for their parents,
as a sample ; thus covering the
whole earth with their gatdens or
houses. The mighty trees were to
he the walls of their homes, the
blue sky theceibng, while the ever-
green grass beautified with never-
f idmg flowers was t<> be the carpet,
Ibis is the kind of bouses that
Isaiah says that the saints will
build for hahi'ations. Today men
build houses and plan to inhabit
them but they are often disap-
pointed, as -vars, turmoils and
iininci.il dfliculties overturn their
pl.nis At the I Jest they inhabit
the.n only a few shoit years before
death calls them. Hut it shall not
lie SO ill th new earth. Tliesaints
shall als'i plant vineyaids and eat
the fiuit nl them. How different it
is today Men plant vineyards and
0 berseat the fruit of then1. No.
t lini is certain in this life. 1 Jut
the saints "shall not build and
another inhabit, they shall i.ot
plant and another eat ; tor as the
days ill a tree are die days of my
people, and mine elect shall long
enjoy tbe work of tlie* 1 r hands.
Tney shall not labor in \ain nor
bring forth for tumble; for th-'y
are the seed of the blessed of the
Lord, andtheir offspring with them.
And it shall come In pa**, that be-
fo.e they call I will answer ; and
while they are yet speaking, I will
hear".
And tbe years of eternity, as they
roll, will bring tidier and still
more glorious revelations of God
and of Christ. The more men
learn of God, the greater will be
their admiration of His charactei.
As Jesus opens before them the
riches of redemption, and the
amazing achievements in tbe great
controversy of Satan, the hearts of
he ransomed will thrill with more
feivtnt devotions, and ten thou
sand times ten thousand of voices
unite to swell the mighty chorus of
praise.
"And every creature which is in
heaven and on the earth and under
the earth and such as are in the
sea, and all that are in them heard
I saying, Blessing, and honor, and
glory, and power, be unto Him
that sitteth upon the throne, and
unto the Lamb forever and ever'.
Rev. 5 ; 13.
BALLOON TRAGEDY.
BOY FALLS 500 FEET.
Ovei five thousand persons at-
tending a country fair at Wood-
stock, Connecticut, in September
last, saw a thirteen-year-old boy
named George Uernier fall 500 feet
to his death. He was, according
to the New York correspondent of
the "Daily Telegraph", being car-
ried u( by balloonist Fowler, of
Boston, the parachute performer,
when one of Ins feet became en-
tangled ill the guy rope. The
boy I screams of terror could be
beard in all parts of the grounds,
and as the balloon, still rising,
drifted slowly along toward the
tace track, an incieasing crowd
followed helplessly after. At first
the boy merely writhed helplessly
Ins own weight holding the bight
of rope about his ankle.
At he came directly above the
race track, however, he bent up-
ward and succeeded in seizing the
rope several feet above the turn
about his foot. The moment this
happened the coil slacked off the
bay swung only by bis bands.
He held on desperately but could
not cling to the thin rope more
than a b-w minutes.
He was seen to slip his foot
downward and check himself, bat
only for an instant. Then the
rope tore itself through his fiigers.
Th.*re was a rush to the spot as
Ins body struck the ground. He
was instantly killed.
Fo.vl r, ny a moment after tie
boy*s death, perfoimed his
parachute drop. He said that if
(continued on fourth page.)
1
I


I H t r H I 11 II NL
TTbe tribune
Tuesday. November 25. 191}
All the signs tell of impend
ing changes in British rural and
urban life.
The Ulster Question does not
stir the pulses of the British elec-
torate as does the LandQuestioa
Conservatives admit the pro-
blem, but the powerful influence
of the Landlord Class will hold
them back from grappling with
it. Tories who live in towns and
cities would no doubt glad I v
handle the subject in a drastic
way, but their many acred bre-
thren in the non-urban districts
are able to prevent their doing
so.
The Tory opposition to the
scheme is at present half hearted
It has not yet gathered momen
turn. The slaHiirs against Sir
Rufus Isaacs and Mr Lloyd
George were intended to stop
the force of the Government's
land scheme at its beginning by
flinging the appalling Chancel-
lor into the shades of political
silence. But Sir Rufus is now
Lord Chief Justice and the
dreadful Welshman has "bobb-
ed up serenely from below,"* and
even Mr. Bonar Law gives him
credit for some sincerity in his
efforts to raise the condition of
the poor.
As regard* Home Rule. A
perusal of the recent speeches of
Mr. Asquith, Sir Edward Grey
and .Mr. Bonar Law leaves us
with the impressipn that an
agreement is by no means an
impossibility. All three men
begin th- ir speeches by saying,
in other language : "We don't
want to fight, But by jingo if we
do !" but all three end upon the
conciliatory note. The disquiet-
in; | actor is Mr. Ba I four's speech
at Aberdeen, following on Mr.
Bonar Law's at Wallseud. Mr
Balfour calls for a General Elec-
tion as the only Method of set-
tling the matter, ami seems to
scout the idea of a settlement
by consent. Is he trying to
weaken Mr. Bonar Law's hinds
at a critical juncture, and at tin-
same time aiming at a postpi me
merit of Land 'Legislation? If
so and if his wre king attempt
should succeed the Governments
reply may be the passage of the
Home Rule Bill as it stands,
with an appeal to the om-.li
tuencis afterwards on an issue
that of the Land-winch is likely
to sweep them back into power.
Under the circumstances, it is
no wonder that Mr. Bonar Law
thinks it quiie possible that the
Liberals may remain in power
for many years to come, as they
did for.the best part of forty
years after the passage of the
Reform Bill in 183a.
We would point out that in
two quarters opposition to
Liberalism is likely to weaken
while the Land Legislation is
being pushed. The farmers on
the one hand, and the shopkeep-
ers on the other are, on the
whole, Tory. But the rural por
tionof the Liberal programme
makes a strong appeal to the
tenant farmer at iuanv points,
while the urban propisals, so far
as they were outlined by the
Chancellor to a nun party de-
putation from the Town Tenants
League, make an almost over-
whelming appeal to the shop
keeper.
hi i88f> Holm Rule blocked
Joseph Chamberlain's radical
land proposals bv split) ng the
Liberal Party. The Liberals are
now determined to pass Home
Rule, and the Land Policy has
their eager support. Thus the
Land Campaign opens with
bright prospects.
if
We have the very highest an
thority for it, "I hat arrange
meiits have been complete*! be-
tween this Government and the
United Stales Government for
the establishment as liom ivt
January 1914 of a parcel |post,
via Miami, in the winter months
by S. S. "Miami .111 the {summer
l>v "Frances L Parcels for In
rope will not be sent by this
route.'*
able all around.
"The Florida Times Union,"
Jacksonville, Nov. 13th 1413.
AT THE FROLIC
THEATJvR.
A very fine comedian has
been added to the performance
at the Frolic theater on Flori
da avenue. The attendance last
week was quite encouraging
and the place is beginning to
attract some of the most inter
eating people in the city. Mr
Rodgen the new addition to
the place is an artist in his line,
and Jhe keeps the audience in
merriment from the beginning
to the end of his performance
Ibid, Nov. 17th 1913.
The Motor ''Frances K." will
leave for Miami on Thuis lav
morning instead of Wednesdav
morning and the mails will be
closed on Thursday morning
eight o'clock.
Wr give below two clippings
refer.ing to Mr. Edwin II.Rodg
era of this city, which will no
doubt be pleasing 'to many of
our readers, Ins relatives and
friends. vVe are pleased to be
able to record anything that re
llects credit on any ol our c mil-
try men.
A r THE MIRROR
THEATER.
We have just added to our
moving picture show a "cracker
Jack" comedian, Mr. Edwin
Rodgen, II new coiner to the
city, who cannot he, beaten Jon
the Stage (MI "crack jokes."
singing and d.lining, keeping
the entire audience laughing
from start to finish. Mr. Rodgen
dresses for the occasion with ap
propriate costumes which makes
him look more funny and laugh
The Mail steamer, 'Seguran j
Ca'arrived in New York at 10
a.m. yesterday.
Intciinsiilar Mails per Schr
"C iluinbitt*' for Inagua, l*n|ig
Cay. Acklins Island, Rum Ci>
Clarence Town, Long Island.
The Bight 'ami Arthurs Town
->an Salvador will be closed on
I'huis lay 27th Nov. at 11
ic| nl. am.
THE I.ABOUH QUESTH >\.
TllF. l)i-.c\Y Oi-Tin- PlNBAPPLB
Industry.
Continuing our interview :
Improved fertilising and un
proved methods could be turn-
ed to good u-e. There is a gr<'at
future, in my opinion, before the
WulIf Road cultivations. Ex-
periments there have been very
satisfactory. I am (l large Plan-
ter, a id ran always earn the
Johnson Company's premium,
but I would like to know that
the benefits were more getl ral,
B9 I am convinced that it is the
only thing ! attract the people
back to tlieir cultivations, and
I would s> much like to see the
people, go back to the land. Be-
lieve me it is our only salvation,
aid if not done, die Colon \
must continue to sutler and
things must grow worse and
Worse.
Supp >sin ; the people were in
dti'-ed to return to tie land,
even now ,'ind they went tow >rk
with the greatest ei.eigv and
zeal, it would take at leas' t'iree
years before a change for the
belter could be perceived and
before the brakes could be put
on and the downgrade rush
stopped where it now is.
And the bounties would cost
the Government comparatively
little. Supposing the inducement
offered by bounties carried the
industry up within the next five
years at the rate it has dropped
which is most unlikelyit
would only cost the Govern-
ment i\VJ. 7s. gd ;can this be
considered much when the re-
turn from the industry would be
so substantially increased and a
valuable asset of the Colony
saved ?
But it would be almost impos-
sible for the rise to reach more
than n,22 years,were it possible to encwuT-
agethe people to go bock at once,
ut supposing the number pro-
duced could be raised that much,
the Government then would oh-
lv P*y ii2 '7s 3d., in bounties,
therefore you will sia that the
ed by the adoption of this
scheme, and no one who thinks
at .ill would question tdvereely,
the advisability of giving this a
trial.
I'he resi lents of Florida find
our people valuable, they make
good use of them, and they con
tribute to the building up of a
country, in which they are
strungeis, .s lien they might very
well a-s st 111 tin: up seep and
Upbuilding of tin ir >v n.
Just on the side 1 will give
the following instance of a cas?
that has come un ler niv own
observation. Rn laid Culmer,
of Satanuall Sound, went to
Florida, and became there an
expert mix 1 and worker of ce.
inent. 1 le h is returned and is
willing to give the Colony the
benefit of Ins ex|>erieiice, but
what is lie to do ? In justice to
hints il and those dependent up-
on him he must return, hut were
the cultivation of pineapples as
remu leraiive to day as a was
were i line veaishick, it would
be woi ih Ins while to remain 011
Eleuthera, be au w he would
have as much t as he could handle with conven-
ience.
I hope that .1 trial will b*.
given to the scheme set lorth 1*1
my interview, and th i thru
concerned will get down to
basinet* and show that they are
genuine!) concerned in the wel-
fare of their country and its
people, do sometl i.ig substan-
tial, and demonstrate that they
are not simply talking what
thev do not mean.


T HE T K,l Bll\l
"The Imperial Theatre keeps
it) date, but the Proprietor
ltds 'iit patronage of the Pub
7 i" help' him to keep things
IfSee advenisment. An excel*
it programme will be present
| to morrow evening. A syuop
of one of the Spec ill features
iiw :
BLUE RIDGE FOLKS
lias Walters and James Bark
rtwoyuung tanners, love Uuth
Aon, Dallas is tiie favored
tor, and this incites the jeal-
>y of Harkei to such an extent
t he threatens to foreclose the
{gage on the house of Mrs
er, Dallas' mother Hut the
iuI is met In'Dall.is.much to
jrprise of Barker, lm then
ks a quarrel ui'ii Dallas A
imp who had heard Dallas tell
nth of Ins pas ment to Barkei
tes to Barkei s house with the
[ention "I stealing the money,
bus caught li\ I >ii isei. In the
ml which loiiows the Iramp
K^Uarker on the head, rendei
m him devoid id ins reasoning
|>\\ers, bul Barker manages to
a S lot at the tramp, wlu, ill
ngjdovi ii, :u c .s over a lamp
i sets the house on fire.
er walks out of Hie burning
unseen by anyone. DaBas
Fars tin: alarm of the lire and
hhes to the home of Barker,
lievnig he is responsible for
fe fire, mii a< c >uiit ol the squab
|^he had w ith him. I le is seen
amiiiiiig out by the housekeep
EtiTd is arrested. By the aid ol
kllas' brother he makes hit i -
|p from the court house the)
b to the mountain puisued Ik
kaherifi and Ins posse, where
icy discover Barker, whom they
night had peushed in the lire"
ker whose reason has been re
In a fa 11.ex plains his fight
h the tramp who lad peril!* d
Ik lire. I tin cxoner.itcsDallas,
ii) immediately marries Kuth.
v nyij.
I liibune
Nassau .Mst
f The Editor Ii
have read witu very much
est the coirekpondeni e
ur columns or. the subject
il
he Laboui Questioii' and
he KaoiIus to flomla".
Some of the suggestions of the
uious writers aie good and
Or thy of attention and I am in
baity sympathy with the sug-
sstion that the people "Go back
the land" how to get them
Sick, I am unable to bay, but 1
in disposed to think that it
(ill requite a combination of
any plans to do so.
And I think Sir that what I
.on Elbout I" suggest Would go
far towardssolviug the problem.
Some years ago during a
period "I depression ihe govern-
ment, to aid the people, sold
Crown laud at 5s. per acre, and
with lime f'-r payment; with die
Sisal boom the price mounted up
t.) ib-,. per acre, and many who
had not completed payment on
the 5s. rate have been evicted.
I think Sir if the Government
would kt the labouring man
have land at 5s. per acre and say
ten yean to pay Up, it would
tend in encourage the labouring
man lu "Go back to the land."
Y' nir-.
A PEASANT PROPRIF.n >R|
The Bight
Cat Island
Nov. 6th 191 3.
Editor Tribune.
Sir.
Will you allow in" spar in
your valuable columns to briny
to light that most 1 Wicked one)
who signed his name Churchman
Junes in Ins letter that appeared
m your issue ol Oct. 28th he is
no other than one of the 1 Witch
Driver) advisers who are in his
pay and because the church an I
the law here fought them so
heavily and even conquered
them and drove th 'W ,. *ay, is
his main reason f>r wining
>ui h an unreasonable unbecom-
ing and untruthful letter about
the i hurch. All because she re
belled against that (Mon-a n 01
the Black Aitj who was leading
peoplecoiUoiiy to her teaching
and out of the way of God. I le
ii lusdiscip e v. ho dared sign his
name "Churchman Jones' he it
a "disappointed man" who e\
ijected to get a fail share oi the
money the lObeatj man would
have made hadn't it been for
the church and the law who
immediately overthrew their
plans. \\e know your name
Mr. -I came neat .lling i' then
liut it will DC leaving von to ,1
Bud late.
It will also causa thosa that
are voung ami not responsible
for vour unmanly actions to suf-
fer and bei nine BCqu nuted M ith
hunger. I therefore refrain from
railing it. But 1 will say this
to you by way of advice, you
are at present living through the
people of this community. And
HI vou yourself know m.iii
weaknesses and failures are many
you had better be careful they
can easily do without you and
your sei vices whatever they be
keep out of church ami its affairs
if vou love the place and way in
which you earn bread and re-
me nber whose lips these words
ra ne from On this rock I bu 1 I
my church and the gates of Hell
shall not prevail ag mist it.
Ihe church today is flourishing
all over the island its member
ship is increasing- dailv.
Thanking you Mr Editor for
sp ue allowed.
I am yours.
TRUE CHURCHMAN.
IMPERIAL
1HCATR.E
Wednesdy Nov. 9Q
SPELIAt FEATURES
Blue Ridge Folk
AND
The Fringe of Sin
AN EXCEPTIONAL DRAMA
WITH OTHER REELS.
61I. 9 w
No I ICE
T\\\\ iihiuii 111.1t
PANAMA HAr of yours?
Il >\;uls cltMiiiiig, Pllllidlhlg and
hlo knij, ami iioa here in this Cit>
.'.in Mill ! it done but Hi
I IIOMAS V.. NABBIE,
inil m a very moderate price.
U.teMl'l in.iller liow bid aconditon
11 niriy be in 11 Can be made as
g.io I ;i iew, or better. Rone nber
he 1 S
594 hay Street
CAULEGRAvljj
November 25th 1913.
Washington, .j -Reinforce-
inent ol the American troops on
the Mexican liontler today was
a development relating to the
Mexican problem, but this move
ment of troops was declared to
be not at all {alarming by offi-
cial Statements issued in ex-
planation.
London, jj.Nature announ-
ces tonight thai among the Roy-
al Society's awards the Hughes
Medal has been granted to A.
(i. hell Ihe award is made in
recognition jof his share in the
invention of the teiapho.ie.
Oxford, 23 -Vengeance was
wreaked oil the suffragettes who
early this in (ruing set lire to a
great lumber yaid on the banks
it the Thames, for while the
place was burning theollices of
a suffragette society iu this city
M eie raided and wrecked.
The damage to the lumber
yard anuunted to tens of thou-
sands of dollars.
Paris, 23. Roland Garros
and Kdmond Audrmiars Jinterd
to sol for America in three
weeks to give exhibitions of up
suit -down living in Honda.
Live/pool. 2). -Harry Yar
don a*>d Edward Ray, the Eng-
lish golfers who have been play
ii>K in the United {States, arrh -
< Washington, j 1 Attorney
General McReynolds is consi-
dering an investigation of an
alleged cold storage combina-
tion which he believes may be
responsible for the high Ppnces
of eggs and poultry.
London, '23. -A wealthy
American said to lie a New
Yorker, was arrested on a seri-
ous charge last night by officers
of Scotland Yard under circum
stances of great secrecy.
Scotland Yard is extremely
reticent about the matter4
Brussels, M.It is announced
that the Belgian (government
has decided not to participate
in the Panama Pacific Exposi-
tion for reasons similar to those
which governed Great Britain
and Germany.
Concord, N. H., 23 The de
livery of Harry Thaw into cue
tody of .Sheriff Drew ofj Cooks
County for the purpose of turn
nig the prisoner over to New
York State, was asked for late
today
R E A L
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
I UK 3H0EMAN
Mas just receiveil a
luge consignment "f
honis and Shoes most
of vvlnrli are
SAMPLE LOTS
of 1, 2 and 3 pairs ofa
brand and style in all size-
which are being Wild
SURPRISINGLY CULM':
In many instance- ihe dlSCOU u 1*
not Im ilmn
20 per cent IMI ihe
REGULAR PRI IKS
Cull tn div and convince wan
self thai this 1- a wit feel lH '
those Exceptional Barn 1
which isevey now an.I tlun
..fferrd at
WILLIAM.-'
WHOLESALE ANU RETAIl
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT.,
277, 279 May-stieet,


T
I H E f H I b U NE
tha I oy had been able to retain
his hold he could have got the ha I
loon to settle to the ground once
more, but otherwise he was as
helpless as the crowd below to help
the lad.
NOTICE
AN Entertainment will be Riven
in St. Matthews Schoolroom
on Tuesday evening 25th inst.
Doors open 7:30 commencing at
8 o'clock p.m.
Admission is.
Light Refreshments will be sold
In aid of St. Matthew's Church
NOTICE!
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil Co'sGasolene
sold in quantities of 5 gallons
and upward for one shilling per
gallon HI Garage.
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
Drums may lie had with "drum
lots,' subject to return when empty
Reo the Fifth Cars sold at
$1175, less 10 per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Reo Cars also for Hire.
Uicjcles rented for 10s a week.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
Auto Grease a special 1 v.
Can even sell you a verv conve-
nient storage drum with taunt to
keep gasoline. Come and see
them.
Apply to
J. P. SIMMS,
47 Market Street
Nov. 18, 1913.
NASSAU BAI,\I\ HOUSE.
I las jusi received
THE Ha la nee of their Large
assortment il I oys nndT'anry
goods for Xmas, from London and
America.
Th Assortment, being; such a
lare one, we will only n'^e a list
<:f the leading ones.
DOLLS, DOLLS,
3 Cases of Dressed and undreseed
Dolls from 3.to io. stg, Dolls Car
riages, I'.iambu'ators, and Go
Carts from 2S. to 1. I.arge Steel
Express Wageons I mm 4s. to \
Veliiciped'-s. Wo king I lorses,Doll's
Pianos from 5. to 16s. Child's
Rockin" Chairs and A verv larye
variety of Sma I Toys, and Xmas
Curds,
Al-o teeeived Another Crate of
Assorted China.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE.
Just receiv 'I a pait of the Large
Stock of Furniture 'rdeied, where
wp inlet ded keeping, over the Hal
and Millinery Store, n full line.
RECEIVING
Bureaux from 50s to o/>. each
ChifiMiieres, Bedsteads, Wash
Stand? and Mattresses, single and
double from \ to 2.
A F. MOORF.
Nov. 19 1013
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigap
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is bitter than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
NOTICE
Gasoline
STANDARD OIL COS GAS.
OLIMF. Sold in quantities
nl One Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums of 50 gallons at 2a cents
I gallon, subject to return when
empty.
These special Drums do away
with the necessity of buying a
Storage lank.
C. C. SAUMDERS,
1913.
Xov. iq,
THE WORLD'S JVGDMENT
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 I'me st.,
Jersey City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, N.I'.
Agent for the Bahamas.
(to I**continued)
A
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
N extra l.nrije H*mrtinMt of
HolidiV lakes 111 i(l Candies
duecl fioin the Factory ucli as
Rainbow Mixed
< )ur Doling
Dixie I'laniation
Our I lobi>y and 35other different
Mixed Cakaant iirtkpci M> .Mixed
Candies at lH CtS per ll> Also the
following Cakes in Packages at (>
cts R.iisiu Cookies, (). I!. I'ies.ind
l.unch hiy ui's. These are iiim|uhI-
ed m qunlit)
AT TOO ll/S
WANTED.
House-
keeper or Cook.
Apply nt "Ttihunp Offir
P IIPLOYMf NT bf 1
n
Wi; would dorm all who appreciate a ("mod Smoke that we nr]
have on haid an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS.
Guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumaf,
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workr
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to et
the uaiionage of connoiseurs.
H I. L. SAL'NDFRS & Co.
Bat Str
W. a. MATHER
UNDER l*AKER
DESIRES to inform Ins friends
ami the Public that he has
jusi received n complete outfit of
facilities fm 'lie business o| an un-
deitak'-r, which pi.lies him in a
position to rarrv out Funetals that
may be entrusted t>< his care with
system anl despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patr-nig (iet
uiv Prices first am'piove that tlie\
are the veiy lowest for first class
work.
Shingles
Best N<>. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at #()/>o per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
I )iscounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades also
5'm. CvpK-ss nt $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
A
FOUND.
SET of Upper False Teeth
Apply
" Tribune" Office
NOTICE.
TIII-s is to remind Public;
of the Old Stand (N. S. ElliJ
J winch is now under the Mam
ment of
MMES A. EVANS
CONTRACTOR AND JOIN]
Hand made Coffins of everjrj
cription. I am prepared ti
you excellent woik. Best of
ences. For turning etc., see ut^^
guarantee to s.itisfy you and"*!
confil-nt that we can suit yott-
1 -^
okiV
idat
NOTICE.
A
THIS is to inform my P ttroj
and the Public in (ienej
trot
lieu
&
that I have opened my
Black Snith Shop; and am
reaily to do anything in the life <
Genet a I repair or new work nf'
Shoeing "uecially. All worl^
Mechanically
P. A. I'luyler,
B.iyStrett. Fast ( Wlw^
~GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LESSONS GiVEN Ol
PI\NO, VIOLIN. J<
MXNDOL'N and OUITAlfi
Pianos tuned and Repaiflj
Order/ t Entertainments. \
07 West stieet.
Z\CH ARIAS BARROW.
SHOEMAKER
DESIRES to inform his Patrfl
and the Public that he li
removed lri.ni >hirley Street, nt
"Kelly's Bake:y," to the Mai*
Range, City Mmket, rear
Citoceiy Store of Mr. Sim Rj
where he is'prepared to serve tin
as promptly and as efficiently
the past.
1_J


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