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I II K T K 1 11 U Nh Zhc Grfbunc Saturday, November 29, 19M Fn our columns re cmlv p n e was given i i an interesting Hiirl instructive interview with one of our most successful pineapple growers. Wit hin li mits, and with proper ie granting of the I [for might P ili ,1 I i i n of Sbjecl at present, h i vever, is to call attenti >n to i 11 : Ttunate waj in whi hlandia hel I .in 1 used on islan Is where pineapples are grown : Wi i i p the system of putting cu ti vators on the soil who are Ped to give a part of the p fetched for the field of pm %  m pi to the < \ i i • i of the land We arc co \\ inced thai on th %  whole this system is a failure 1 >m h ith the owner's an i ruttiva tor's point of i ii We feel sure also th it th re Is • in owner who would gladb ;i whole ,, r a parl of his 1 HI the cultivators, if onlj h uld Ret di" rash for it. Surely landlords woul I like to gel hold of n % %  v cap I il foi <1 fvelop nent of other kinds of industry. 1'he cultivator would no doubt be thankful to buy cheap land l'>r the purpose of growing pine apples an I othei fruits an I iles, if only the pu money c uld b • lent to Inn foi rm of veils through die offices of the (iovernment. We know that In putting f >rtl. such a propos il we in ly app -ar to be runnin : a i d interes s hut th it is n >t the intention of tins art < >tir thou MI is i iat wh -re th -i arc a willing seller and will buyers, t ie (i >vei mneiil sh ul I step in to MI ibl %  th >m to i: n I) irg iin to th. u mutual ad vanl i V* hile v odd gladly ie a tax on Ian I values distinct fr >m i nprove n I on II i upii (I land ; th -••Iwiii.' menti nied ab in excess of its expenditure 7 which in iludes £ 11 00 the installatio 1 of Elei trie Lighl ; bi in : a I 11 1 .1 1 • 1 111 I 111 1 1 £11, (9 1 ov %  %  I isl year. Th 1 exp ind 'in I' ir the ye ir hut it 1tisl ict >rv to note the major porti n < p 1 i | of th • increase has I) ten 111 Work's and an im of Surplus Fun Is It is v irthj oi 11 .1 %  • 1, Customs .' is target th in For any year 11 lasl decade, and la 1 than the s n illesl in thai |i 1:0 1. (' n im 10-! -. .•-•.in) 1 >r %  in 'lude from the "*' ''"' i -'l7o ; l ;i;1 ''' "" the Unit d Liiigdo 1 1 $1,483. Our *P is { 276,1 is are a dei I il improvement I 1 yeai hut still i,.-,n i|y 1 Ts'i on the debit side • 1 l Li dg There is a subsl intial in in the ex "i t .ii Sisal both in (|u mtitv and in valu The export of Spin 11 %  %  I < 1 ele lor anj . 1 ten it o. I. We regrel to see t hal with the te\ nue we ha llll. .1 1 .1 lo 1 ition, I %  %  p iisi n HI %  ir wh itevi r may be the ran i| :ins Colonv will I'M 1 IV 1 lit. We C I tai ily ctnin 1 with th %  sugg il Q th 1 th %  III I ie |lo i|(| %  ch 1 >is 1 il I ierestri tedl ilhe Rs. Wi I. k'ibly ofopini 11 thard schools ill be preparat ir\ to i 1 II ; o ne H1 g h So %  11 I > %  lucled in the.Hoard system .• tins means a lar er II I ii ..Ii atioii Why not ? I Hospital ai a cosl includ ed in the Medii al gi nil I £9.15*1 dealt with 604 in patients and outpatients by Ibe Colonial *iur;i h is s itisfactory to note that the Savings Bank transactions i 1 I ', •: 1 : %  II I 1,1 1 • • I I year over the previous ye |f, and th hal nice due to depositors on nth .In 1 ,1 '. was /.'''. %  1 p yet ii is said that our pa iple \ asteful and Ihi aftl -s I he Criminal Statistics dh noi in ike a ver\ bad show 1 ng, it shows tli it for the yeai 191 2 there wi 1 ions in the Supreme Court and 303a in, the Infei ior Courts The Vital Statist it's are bv no us satisfactory the Birth rate )3.6 1 1 1 is too sin ill and the d ath rate ji,.per no is too large. I I' Returns shi w a sit. j im re ,se ,i|| along th ept w ith regard to Post Cards which is evidi that the fad is dying out, in 1 suit of low postal rates It 1-. rather to be n gretl eltli il there is a gr< al d in ti. [rl insulai transmis 1 to 11 id fro, of new sp ipers and boi I P I graph I > p 11 tment in a satisfactory con lition so fai as its revenue is eoili %  rued. \\ e ii ive he ird H s lid th it re ntract lah >ur legislation had 1 uined the b al Ina id Long Cay, bul yet ve this report that at lna| the numbei ol labun is en 1,550 in 1 (12, which number was id. but t .\ ice in the last five : HI I so at Long ( mi nber engaged 1 1 1912, 1,476, ire than fifty 'lit ovei the number enga : %  I m 1911, w aexceedi d but twice in thi I.is' five years. ;ing from Ihe rep irt the i %  • iloii) does not seem insucli a 1 'Us financial condition as some V'Hild have us believe 01 .ii 'ten in the re P %  : 1. misleadin W In. h %  %  f \\ if in 11 %  ipt of a ina n ation, with i' fen nci to a in 1 1 I emu knocked down iUsl) lupin d bj a .1 .in;... 1. 1 bil< so ne I imc lasl w "Is. I his commuiiication has no signature Ail con ind nice lo new i papers, even wh u iigned by a p. u name uni-t be icconip lined b\ the full name ol the writer, 01 a :ard, not necessarily foi piiin ation, oth r.\ is it will not be publish d I'he %  \ 1 ite. ,v.is s 1 deeply inter! 1 tin 111.111 %  %  1 that he Ol all iwed us to pay the id post.1 %  •. The November nu nbet of "The Strombu -" 1 no v re idy. AiK 1 rtisements for the 11< I) i( issue .re now in order. STRF.ET OBSTRUCTS IN ^ A POI ICE TEST CASE Two extremely important and interesting 1 1 a ne up for hearing in the Magistrates Court 'his week, before H'S Worship J M. Rae, I s ;., Polic and Cir cult M igisrrates, T ie firsl c hi aid was the Police VS. I lerhert R ell, a sh ip Ie 1 i 'i on Bay ••' n et, tor a viola) ion 1 ii. sub •• % %  ition 6 of the Rules and Regul itions of the Boa id of Public Works, (Nev Pi \i den 1 \. t IOO7. Sectioi w : No I" 1-011 shall deposit 'i BU tO he dep< 1 I'ld %  11 removal al the eai In st opp irtunit) or ex pose foi sali in any street side.01 footpath any l 11 rel, box, 1 a • a her pac of an; I ipl ion w h it 'ver." It appe us tliai I > iv Sergeant Wilshere in co quen of instruction < i rom the Commandant,R 11.1' I vford I-1] had n itified cert 'in Shop keepers that any gsed for s de by them 1 it hei tanging to door or w inde\ s ui ters or pr


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I T HE i \i I ii i N t tli.ii he intended to raise fiveobjertions, upon which tlic Com_'ii ml i ; n such case he kl isk I' i.li' uiriimciit in nrder thai he might employ counsel. The Court adjourned u> the following day, when W. E. S. Callen lei I. <| appeared for the prosecution, Mr. Solomon's objections weri narrowed to two nnlv: ist. Theques'i n of "Jurisdiction." find 2 "I that <>f "l-A pi ising f. r S > le \fter hearing argument by Counsel, the fi s( n as ruled out by III\\ nrsl p .Hid also the .ml in which he ml. d that %  was a I 'i HO facie case and .>f tincase procei '1 oi\ Serjt. WiUhere's evi l< was practically identi< al, as in tl e rase of Russell, with this exlion that" on the fell" dav the dre n't cast vas h is .MI tinpre* i(inday. Mf. S mndi is testified, and denii d the evidence here ii Italii l in which he corroboratedb) Mi Russell. Thej both swore that on Saturday following '!.! %  ) ill'' cast was hanging <>n a nail winch l a n .Il iven i it >•'•,.' door | i that it til lOt "I ID the sidewalk oi street Cross ex nation I %  shake their nitni\ (' ihen addi • ic Court ,' ro ei c in, much I ability bi i11_r shown bj Ilis Worship 'hen summoned n|i at s MIIIlength, and nh i t • Serjt. Wils ere's stati i peel to the position of Case on the Saturday he was of '.In' opinion that ho, Wil ". wamista I.i-n. It was i-\ iil.'iit that it did not thru projei l. 11, then dismissed tins case al i It will be w< '1 for pers >ns r n d in traffic to rememlx i that L;. '(Is must n.it hi -' d |.,i -al.' by them in s \> h i wa\ %  ( %  an%  .up i on of the side walks oi stri .'is The side \\ al'. irt of the stiv %  ( and Included in it. Goods h inging on the .lutside ..f a gin < \ > es|x I Rlly is a p.im i i n /• %  case foi police i' iecul ion. The i ule w is passed with the object of pi eventing nl isi ruct i.>n. I' is concise, plain, clea The w i prop< i ly "i the Public, and no here al.', s lould lay himself opn to a charge for an\ viol it ion of the rule. It is the boim I. n d ity of good citizens to "obej th who h ive the rule ov >r them," I. Ill |i'| II 'sli "'.' %  break tlie laws. The Gt r Teacher hims 'If said "Rendi i t.> i th.' things which ('. %  a-..i!'s" '. I)ii I. ito the s ell, ct. This was First Century obedience, and it should twentieth Ci ntury's also. \ marked improvement of the shop fronts may I"' ti'"' i d, doubtless, the outcome of laying down the law. For oursebt s, >\.' do not approve the way in which R ods are "exposed for tie' in gem ral, and tic few %  ioi s render it more displ i in' t" the man of taste. f The Rev Charles A. Dann i sailed f'a Cal Island tins foi %  I i.oon The M,,tor "I s K" left j Miami to day with ; | >assengprs %  and i i sacks "f Mnl, will arrive j to morrow aftei n >oo. I %  ;d gave a good pr ipramme last e\ euing t..., !i, iuse, This evening an excell it pro gramme will be preset I Synopses < >f t w<> nl the S| >ecia 1 Feature F ilmsare pi inted below: BISON. The Cowboy GuardiansA pi,,,,,. x ~ %  •• i van is attac ked by Indians, who gre itlj i mtnumbei the pahfa. i whole party .ire m.i-s.i red. \\ ith the MM option of a ye u and one half old baby, ho l> ling hidden by its mother. escapes detection. Win' i a big, bashful i puncher, who secretly worsl at the shrine of the nnl\ i h VO nan in camp. a hu' widow, "she. in her turn, has made up her mind to overcome W* lilt 'dldlless. Whiley is among the con bo\ who find the baby They take it h i. K to camp rind resolve to adopt it The experiment hi not a I tu iuccessful, for all the ho\s want to monopolize babe's attention, I dra is to w ho shall be the child's father and White} ins So far sn t th other Ii iys cino to the loiH'lnsii H I that the b iby should have a mother, and thev bring the v id. "\ and White} together and congratulate themselves upon a irvelous str< >ke of diplomacy. I he inn i iage takes place and all i %  mi ii j as a man i ige bell, when the Smilill > l.a'.e 'pla.'"d in Mis. Whiti \ '•an s. She is interested and asks w hose it is The Cowboj tactfullv tell her it is Whitey'a and therefore hers. Three hundred and thirty pounds r e" *tricken and horrified avoirdupois falls in a faint, which turnsa joy when the s t is prODi ih explained. The Flection Bet.—The oldI members, Messrs Hopkins, Perkins and Simpson have the Boor at the club. Their warm arguments in favour of the Bull Moose candidate outvie the Wilson parade which is passing They ridicule the idea of anyone but the hero of Juan Hill winni i %  • the election. Mr. Hart who is an ardent WiUon sup porter becomes annoyed at Iheir conversation and the following is arracgi d. I larl is to give h one thousand dollars if Rons*\ Ii is eld ted and if Wilson is the fortunate candidate the} are to dress as small chil(hen about the age of eight and play a lion ol juvenile HI the open. 'I his is reridiculous proposit the three old men I n I and long bearded I, | ien of great m< thev feel that such an exhibition would be a blow to their dignity, il IWI \ i. the argumi nts of the other club members and the cert linty of Roi is %  lection, nidi, m to ( imviit to the bet. Wilson is i le ti d and the conditions of the wager are insisted upon, and one old gentle man is dn B* d as a little girl with a doll carriage, annthei i a Busti r Brown and the third a v. nerable gentleman with a beaid descending to his waist. is dressed as a Lit! le Lord Faun tlero} with a toy drum. The Iren di scend upon them .ml they are arrested as 1 num. but are rescued by theclu'i members and borne to the i lub, Nassau V. P. Nov. -7 161 j Sir. We h iv thank you for the i u ilication of the corresponil,-.i betwi en the govemmi nf, M< s : i Pi %  I e.Cai lew and Snell .in I t ie G lonial ( O ffice relative t • ihe failure ol our Win I'l nit. \;'n i leading this int, tmv; c, ii i, gpondence we can lily Si e the cau-e of tlu dearth of aew S, The public I t dak had thought that with the o nmg of the Will I. -s Si.ition would follow an incn on ( u f •' IJI l.i11 % news bulletin, hut Ihey I, ive so far I gi i tly dis ippoi t. d. The experts who were consulted all agree that to insure the pp p r running of a plant, " ing atmosphei t :, i"'ci should be employed. And the retary of State invites sue I attention to this fact With the present Governor I have no fear hut that things will be righted and thai the public will not be defrauded ol their lawfu.1 right, the proper efliciei t and continuous working oj. a plant their IIHHH v has furn *~" We wanted Expert o(\\e have, now received ^ highest obtainable and it only, remains for the government to act accordingl}, and the Public to hack them. Yours for the Public good PUBLIC OPINION The mail steamer "Saratoga" steamed from New York at i p. in. to day with mails and 34 passengers. IMPERIAL THEATRE Saturday Nov. 29 A LIVELY SHOW NEW BEFLS Cowboys and SOME OF I UK FUNNIEST 61. n. l. On and AFTER bee, 1-' DOORS OPEN 7:15 COMMENCING SOCLOl K See O UN Special Line of PORTRAIT WORK (,,i %  hristmas, 5 \\H>, Ph.>t grapher, bay-street, City. Calendars \\|i GREETING FOLDERS W Itll VIEWS OF NASSAU at SAND-' HI UDIO and DIOCESAN BOOK STORI • NOTICE Special) AT THE ROYAL STORE. B | I No, II Flour at I 'ts. II). 1 l.auei Brand %  2 II,. fell 1 CtS. I and Storm King Brand at:('is. lb. White C'.miil.ited SugBI I %  jl ;>_ I'ui.nii Crystal IU I Sujj 11 al .") cts, lb. A'.ov,' SI ck just R pei s s. "Vigilancia" Good Qu ility and I resh. And last but not Ii ast fy Pure 11 n uca Rum ,\i 1 ,,s. Pi 1 1 1 dlcn ,'.nK j. p. s.AUNDI RS A Co. 1 1



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I I II li T i< I li H NL coJIege or (|,i enough to ie l poetry, he he heal heo Chi leeoi Vnieri. "' l,r Dull h ... Zulu <>r ScHiidm.vi.,n or African, it is all dip same; lie begins |n want to et married as soon as he is (; |,| enough. He leu Ins heart run away with Ins head, and he runs Ins neck into a matrimonial noose and hangshimself, Love i he kingpin of ihe world, indeed—It's the pin of the world, because ii is where theavarageman gettstui k. hut by way of Conclusion don 't put me down as %  hear rhead or an extremist—I Mention of belittling or tlie grandest of our | is* rorTsT'lmt what I want to sa) is, t makes nn' tired the way young folks jump m these days and married when they are not financially aide to do so. I bat iwhy you hear so mmj people saying marriage is a failuie. When a man says that lie means he is. Just let a man he a failure and the lust thmg he says is th il marriage is. Take ihewprd Matrimony, it comes from two ancient Babylonian words, MATR1 ( matter of) MONY (money). Thus we have Matrimony—matter of money. This proves my contention that when you engage in the gan e of %  matrimony you must h ,ve rronv *or at least a decent Miarj Anil of course matrimony means I or ought to. No one "will doubt that Ihe young man of today who is in love doesn't write poems like ancient swains. No, he writes r In <]nes." P. II. A. Valuable alike for the Invalid and Robust 1"" The 'Atlrnburya' Diet is recommended for general uie in place of ord.nary milk fooda. gruel, etc.. and ia particularly adapted to the needa of Dyspeptics. Invalids, and the Aged. Being largely predigested it iseaayof assimilation. A cup of the 'Allenburys' Diet ia useful in the forenoon between meals. The Allenburya" Diet may be taken witfc advantage on going to bed in the place of atimulants. Being easily digested it promotes tranquil and refreshing sleep free from the depressing reaction in the morning, which often follows the taking of apirita. A Complete Milk and Farlnaceoiif Food. Easy or Digestion. Moat agreeable Co Take. Simply and Quickly made by adding boiling water only To bt obtained from all Chemists and Start*. tnbaig-j ftaV. *' %  mW • am. Al.l.fcN & BANSUIVS LTD.. LONDON. I NOLANS. J&&rVB*&tt)3*&2l*a3'iBbGQ4&tiBt(B R E A L NOTICE I Bargains Gasoline ^^ O STANDARD Oil Cos FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra Lnrgi assortment of Holiday Cakes and Can lii s dnect front the !•'-irtory Mich as Ra 1111 >< iw \11 xed i 'in D.nling I )ix ie Plant it ii in Our HoblH'and JCnllief different Mixed Cakes at iactpei II) Mixed Candies at 18 cts pi i ll> Also the follow mi; Caki in Packages .it 6 cts. Raisin Cookies, O. U, Pies and Lunch Biscuits. These are unequaled in quality, A I TOOTE'S N Oil C E Gasoline AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. VV I HI'SHOEM \N I las just received a larjje consignment of Boots andShoes most of winch are SAMPLE LOTS of i, 2 and 3 pairs ill a brand and style in ill sii *s which are be %  • Bold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: In many instance* the discount is not les titan ?.o pei rent "ii the RE( .11. VR 1 'Is'I I S Call to day ainl (•' in on e \ our self tint this i* .oi' -ill' r lot of those Exci i'tinnnl Bargains u Inch is %  %  • \ 'i" t an I t li-11 offered ai WILLIAMS' WHOLES\LE iNU RET All SHOE ESI \i'-l.l>ll\IK\ I. J77, 879 liav.-t J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere Try one and be convince of .ts excellent quality. C*TANDARD Oil LVsGasolene vj sold iii quantities nl 5 gallons and upward for one shilling per gnlion it (in ige Bring a Vessel for small quant ilies. Drums may he had with "drum lots,' subject t" return when empty R.'o Mie Iiftll I ais Sold at $ t I 75, IdSI toper cent d'S( %  ''inii f. n, li. f ictorj. Reo Car* also (or I lire. Btcjcles renter! f--r 10s. a week. Auto noh'ile .n 1 In \cie au >plies kept in stock. C) lindei oil and Auto Grease %  specially. Can even Sell you a veiv ( olive. nient storage drum with faucli In Keep gasoline. I'oine an-l see them, Apply lo J. P. SIM\H, 47 \la.kei Street Nov. 18. K)i j. Shingles I'M si N<>. i Heart 5111. Cypress Shingles at $9.60per lliousand of 20 bundles I )isCOUt1tS on lots Of over 50OO shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 51b. Cypress 11 (6.7a per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made pos iblebya very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. CO'S G .SI W'DARD 01 II'., Sold in quantities S I AN OL of One Gallon and upwards foi one shilling a fjj I |un. D inns o| 5-1 gallons at I* cents a gallon, subject to return when empty. I IICM' special I Iruifii d is to inform my P itroni and the Public in ( ieneia I thai I haif opened my Public lil l< k Smith Simp; and am now rea ly to do anything in the line ol deueial repair or new work llorse Shoeing specially All work done 1 mcally. P. V I'luvlcr, Bay Street. Easl (WlmrP W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform Ins friends and the Public thai he has just received a complete outfit o( facilities for Ihe business of .111 undertaker, which places linn in H position Io i:;inM|t Funerals that may he entrusted to Ins care with system an I despatch and respect fully sol nits their patrooag Gel my I'nces fust and prove that they are the veiy lowest for fust class Work. NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE 11 is just received 'T*HE B il oice of their Large I aTsso imentol I oy* and Fancy go 1 Is I -I XmaS| from .London and Aneitea. YUt \ssortnent hen,' such a large one, we will onlj gi^e a list i f the leading ones. h )\,\<. DOLLS, 3 Cases of Ihessed and undr.seed Dolls from 3M0 10s, Slg, I 'oils 1. ar riages, Peiainbju'alois, and Go i arts from is to £\. Large Steel Express Waggons from 4s. t> f~\ Velocipedes, Rocking Hwses,D ill's Pianofl Irom •. to 16s. L IM Id's Rocking 1 hairs and \ verv large variety ol Sirvtrll I'oys, nod Xmas Caids, Also teceived Another Crate <>f ASS< Tted China. PURMITURE, FURNI FURE. Jusi receiv rl %  pail o) the Laige Stock of Furniture > dried, where we intended keeping, nvei the Hat and MillinerySt.il.', a full Im-. RECEIVING Bureaux from 50s to 90s. each Chiffnnieres, Bedsteads, Wash Stand' and Mattresses, single anil dould from /i t" 1^2. A. I-. \I'K>RF.. %  1_



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(0 o s: 0) 0) ctf Nulliua cddic lua (virnre in verb* mnglstri. Being bound lo ine&r to the Do|mu |.\ ... Ill Weekly 4 |,| \|oitl,i\ u, 4ei>re pn line for first inserliiMi ; three pence per line %  >i set-end insertion; and one penny par line f<>f subsequent insertions Advertisements uinler eifht line* -is. CABLEGRAMS November 29th 1913. Bieslau. 27—Dr. hummer of the University of Breslau li> night announced .it a meeting >f scientists that he bad succeed (il in rendering 1 ".il fluid l>\ tie* tricity. London, 27.—The Chief Liberal Whip, I'. II. Illingworth, addressing Hi'' National Liberal li deration at I.reds tonight, said there would he no general election prior t<> 1 j 1.5. Mexico City, 27. -Sir Lionel Garden, British Minister, today sent not,hi at ion t %  > ail British Residents. 10 register at the legation m pursuance of the plan of defence a gainsi a possible < mei gency. • i 4 |i at, 27. Sir Thomas Lipton and a few li iends w j resent t< daj at I in1 asting of the leaden keel "f the Shamrock IV., at the ship building yards of Charles Nicholson, tin' designer <>f the new challenger for the America's Cup. Washington, 27.—Extreme measures tola\ were diridcd upon by tin' Be u crats of the Senate io force the currency n form bill to an e tflj vote. The Democrats agreed to at once make the bill,a party measure, to have no clinstmas recrss tin |i ~the measure has been pass ed bi Fore tinholidays. M.ulnd, 27.— The Spanish cabinet at a meeting this after noon decided to send a warship to Mexican waters. Vancouver, 27. —Six heavily armed men who yesterday attempted to rob the Agassiz B. C, branch of the Bank of British North America, fled Cwith They woods out getting any money. are surrounded in the near Agassi/. Washington, 27. —Record breaking estimates for army appropriations today were laid be tore congress by the war depart ment, Secretary Houston transmitted to the house his estimates for the military establishment during Hi" ii' si fiscal year, aggregating £106.0 ..000. 1 OVK \\l> MONEY. (( nnrluded) l..>ve is nil right, w iili dollais to jmgie in us pantsp ckel, Inn die e is a heap in ilw old Mtyuig, mnrry in liaslr and repent in \{< nu, I'.Vi-n I lie Amei i< an Indian in t lie old d \ s, S i\ Mgf as InWas, Il id I"' 1 1 1 ideas ali.nit getting married than we of today have. A young buck w'ni U'Jit 1 Inhand of a young In linn m >id had In have enough standing in the Indian Btadstreet to be nble to cough up two '>r (three fine blankets and may he a pony 01 two and a siring show w hethei in not If was any suit o' punl.ins around those diggin's, 01 course, he had to have nthci junk on hand, gUCh as pomes and huffalo robes and a goodly BQDply of meat and ,iumjs ihat a wife needs,including ,,len v nl punt snH p">w W in h tepep and a nice U|/*tc-date hid art dog 'ind 111 i_v he a nice rew | p lose basket ; oh, he line) to CM I e to time with everything — all the necessaiy accessories—for a young buck couldn't pull the wool over an old Indian's eyes. They all belonged to the famous Missou i family and had to be shown "l.ov'e makes the world go round, don't it ? "May he, hut money greases tie' axles. I am not a monomaniac, Lut I believe on the exercise of good judgment in the affairs of the heait as well as in business trans. actions.* 'I he marriage state should be entered into solemnly, with all the gravity that die occasion deminds. I tell you marriage is no j ike. 1 The comic pipers to the contrary not withstanding), \soon as the sweetness of the honey moon grows waxy and commonplace, as soon a die fust bill Comes 111, as soon as mother-in-law a so comes in, to spe >d an indefinite period, as soon as the butcher, the baker, the camllestick-mikei are lined up out in the hallway shaking duns in your face and )ou haven't the wherewithal lo satisfy their craving, pool lit lie Love pu is his |ittle golden, curly head on lua arm, and cues his till le heart out. I six, be prep irecl for in n rirtge and its bills. Before it was ill bills and coosafterward it is all hills. "You are rather an extremist, I see. People will go on getting married on small wages and love each other in spile of your tlleoues "01 course they will—they do it now, they always have done it, and ihey will de doing it a million years horn new — thai isthetrruble — a sucker is born eveiy ininuh* Also a candidate for matrimony. As long as some fool fellow will (Crew up Ins nerve to ask some lovesick maiden In shuts his lot iimt real estale) and learn with him to live on R box of crackers and a can (d s.ndines and a let* cold kisses, the is ready and willing to do 11. So they gu ahead and marry and multiply troubles, and all their troubles aien't little ones cither. YOU take a geek ill at hasn't got two doll.us to jingle together his jeans and if lie is just out of (.Continued on fou th page)


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Saturday, November 29, 1913
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Nulliua cddic lua (virnre in verb* mnglstri.
Being bound lo ine&r to the Do|mu SB
VOL. XI.
N&tiau, N. P.. BB.hB.miv9, Saturday. November 29. 1915
No. K
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CABLEGRAMS
November 29th 1913.
Bieslau. 27Dr. hummer of
the University of Breslau li>
night announced .it a meeting
>f scientists that he bad succeed
(il in rendering 1 ".il fluid l>\
tie* tricity.
London, 27.The Chief Lib-
eral Whip, I'. II. Illingworth,
addressing Hi'' National Liberal
li deration at I.reds tonight,
said there would he no general
election prior t<> 1 j 1.5.
Mexico City, 27. -Sir Lionel
Garden, British Minister, today
sent not,hi at ion t > ail British
Residents. 10 register at the lega-
tion m pursuance of the plan of
defence a gainsi a possible < mei
gency.
i 4 |i at, 27. Sir Thomas
Lipton and a few li iends w
j resent t< daj at I in- 1 asting of
the leaden keel "f the Shamrock
IV., at the ship building yards
of Charles Nicholson, tin' de-
signer <>f the new challenger for
the America's Cup.
Washington, 27.Extreme
measures tola\ were diridcd
upon by tin' Be u crats of the
Senate io force the currency n
form bill to an e tflj vote. The
Democrats agreed to at once
make the bill,a party measure,
to have no clinstmas recrss tin
|i ~- the measure has been pass
ed bi Fore tin- holidays.
M.ulnd, 27. The Spanish
cabinet at a meeting this after
noon decided to send a warship
to Mexican waters.
Vancouver, 27. Six heavily
armed men who yesterday at-
tempted to rob the Agassiz B.
C, branch of the Bank of Bri-
tish North America, fled Cwith
They
woods
out getting any money.
are surrounded in the
near Agassi/.
Washington, 27. Record
breaking estimates for army ap-
propriations today were laid be
tore congress by the war depart
ment, Secretary Houston trans-
mitted to the house his estimates
for the military establishment
during Hi" ii' si fiscal year, ag-
gregating 106.0 ..000.
1 OVK \\l> MONEY.
(( nnrluded)
l..>ve is nil right, w iili dollais to
jmgie in us pantsp ckel, Inn die e
is a heap in ilw old Mtyuig, mnrry
in liaslr and repent in \{ I lie Amei i< an Indian in t lie old
d \ s, S i\ Mgf as In- Was, Il id I"'11' 1
ideas ali.nit getting married than
we of today have. A young buck
w'ni *'U'Jit 1 In- hand of a young
In linn m >id had In have enough
standing in the Indian Btadstreet
to be nble to cough up two '>r (three
fine blankets and may he a pony
01 two and a siring beads, I le had 1" turn this o\ ei
\t< the uld in.hi, I he lather nl the
pei live i'i ide, t<> show w hethei
in not If was any suit o' punl.ins
around those diggin's, 01 course,
he had to have nthci junk on hand,
gUCh as pomes and huffalo robes
and a goodly BQDply of meat and
,iumjs ihat a wife needs,including
,,len v nl punt snH p">w W in h '
tepep and a nice U|/*tc-date hid art
dog 'ind 111 i_v he a nice rew | -
p lose basket ; oh, he line) to cm i e
to time with everything all the
necessaiy accessoriesfor a young
buck couldn't pull the wool over
an old Indian's eyes. They all
belonged to the famous Missou i
family and had to be shown
"l.ov'e makes the world go round,
don't it ? "
"May he, hut money greases tie'
axles. I am not a monomaniac,
Lut I believe on the exercise of
good judgment in the affairs of the
heait as well as in business trans.
actions.* 'I he marriage state should
be entered into solemnly, with all
the gravity that die occasion de-
minds. I tell you marriage is no
j ike. 1 The comic pipers to the
contrary not withstanding), \-
soon as the sweetness of the honey
moon grows waxy and common-
place, as soon a die fust bill Comes
111, as soon as mother-in-law a so
comes in, to spe >d an indefinite
period, as soon as the butcher, the
baker, the camllestick-mikei are
lined up out in the hallway shak-
ing duns in your face and )ou
haven't the wherewithal lo satisfy
their craving, pool lit lie Love pu is
his |ittle golden, curly head on lua
arm, and cues his till le heart out.
I six, be prep irecl for in n rirtge and
its bills. Before it was ill bills
and coos- afterward it is all hills.
"You are rather an extremist, I
see. People will go on getting
married on small wages and love
each other in spile of your tlleo-
ues "
"01 course they willthey do it
now, they always have done it,
and ihey will de doing it a million
years horn new thai isthetrruble
a sucker is born eveiy ininuh*
Also a candidate for matrimony.
As long as some fool fellow will
(Crew up Ins nerve to ask some
lovesick maiden In shuts his lot
iimt real estale) and learn with
him to live on r box of crackers
and a can (d s.ndines and a let*
cold kisses, the is ready and willing
to do 11. So they gu ahead and
marry and multiply troubles, and
all their troubles aien't little ones
cither. YOU take a geek ill at hasn't
got two doll.us to jingle together
'" his jeans and if lie is just out of
(.Continued on fou th page)


I II K T K 1 11 U Nh
Zhc Grfbunc
Saturday, November 29, 19M
Fn our columns re cmlv p n e
was given i i an interesting Hiirl
instructive interview with one of
our most successful pineapple
growers.
Within limits, and with proper
' ie granting of the
I [for might
P ili ,1 I iin of
Sbjecl at present, h i v-
ever, is to call attenti >n to i
11 : Ttunate waj in whi hlandia
hel I .in 1 used on islan Is where
pineapples are grown : Wi i
i p the system of putting cu ti
vators on the soil who are
Ped to give a part of the p
fetched for the field of pm m
pi to the < \ i i i of the land
We arc co \\ inced thai on th
whole this system is a failure
1 >m h ith the owner's an i
ruttiva tor's point of i ii We
feel sure also th it th re Is
in owner who would gladb
;i whole ,,r a parl of his 1 hi
the cultivators, if onlj h uld
Ret di" rash for it. Surely -
landlords woul I like to
gel hold of n v cap I il foi
<1 fvelop nent of other kinds of
industry.
1'he cultivator would no doubt
be thankful to buy cheap land
l'>r the purpose of growing pine
apples an I othei fruits an I
iles, if only the pu
money c uld b lent to Inn foi
' rm of veils through die
offices of the (iovernment.
We know that In putting
f >rtl. such a propos il we in ly
app -ar to be runnin : a i
d interes s hut th it is n >t
the intention of tins art
< >tir thou mi is i iat wh -re th -i
arc a willing seller and will
buyers, t ie (i >vei mneiil sh ul I
step in to mi ibl th >m to i:
n I) irg iin to th. u mutual ad
vanl i
V* hile v odd gladly
ie a tax on Ian I values
distinct fr >m i nprove n
I on ii i upii (I land ; th
-Iwiii.' menti nied ab i w urked \ ie! n r lia.i a
I mil tax or not, -. thai
t iere is no co npulsion in n
liter on th part of the vend ir
or the put
I Ii of the
Colo.....I Secretary wc have be n
rvoun 'I with a e i |i ;" winch was presented to
both I louses of Parliament by
co n nand of the King in Sep
tember, upon which we make
the P illowing comm sol :
It is a remai kable fact thai a
country where the cry of "h ir 1
tiin s" is he ird on every hand
and whose population in large
numbers are e nigratiug in
irch of work," should h ive
a revenue ''17.571> in excess of
its expenditure 7 which
in iludes 11 00 the installa-
tio 1 of Elei trie Lighl ; bi in : a
I 11 1.1 1 1 111 I 111 1 1
11, (9 1 ov ! I isl year.
Th 1
exp ind 'in I' ir the ye ir hut it
1- tisl ict >rv to note the
major porti n < p 1 i | of th
increase has I) ten 111
Work's and an im
of Surplus Fun Is
It is v irthj oi 11 .1 1, '
Customs .' .
is target th in For any year 11
lasl decade, and la
1 than the s n illesl in
thai |i 1:0 1.
(' n im 10-! -. .-.in) 1 >r
in 'lude from the
"*' ''"' i -'l7o;l ;i;1' ''' "" the
Unit d Liiigdo 11 $1,483. Our
' *P is { 276,1 is are a dei I
' il improvement I 1
yeai hut still i,.-,n i|y 1 Ts'i .
on the debit side 1 l
Li dg
There is a subsl intial in
in the ex "i t .ii Sisal both in
(|u mtitv and in valu
The export of Spin 11 I < 1 -
ele
lor anj . 1 ten it
o. I.
We regrel to see t hal with the
te\ nue we ha
llll- .1
1 .1 lo
1 ition, I p iisi n hi
ir wh itevi r may be the ran
i| :ins Colonv will
I'M1 IV 1 lit. We C I
tai ily ctnin 1 with th
sugg il Q th 1 th
III I ie |lo i|(|
ch 1 >is 1 il I ierestri tedl ilhe
Rs. Wi I. k'ibly
ofopini 11 thard schools
ill be preparat ir\ to i 1
II ; o ne H1 g h So ' 11 I >
lucled in the.Hoard system
. tins means a lar er
II I ii ..Ii atioii Why not ?
I Hospital ai a cosl includ
ed in the Medii al gi nil I 9.15*1
dealt with 604 in patients and
- outpatients by Ibe Colonial
*iur;i......
h is s itisfactory to note that
the Savings Bank transactions
i 1 I ', : 1 : II I 1,1 1 I I '
year over the previous ye |f, and
th hal nice due to depositors
on nth .In 1 ,1 '. was /.'''.
1 p yet ii is said that our pa iple
\ asteful and Ihi aftl -s
I he Criminal Statistics dh
noi in ike a ver\ bad show 1 ng,
it shows tli it for the yeai 191 2
there wi 1 ions in
the Supreme Court and 303a in,
the Infei ior Courts
The Vital Statist it's are bv no
us satisfactory the Birth rate
)3.6 1 1 1 is too sin ill and
the d ath rate ji,.- per no is
too large.
I I' Returns shi w a
sit. j im re ,se ,i|| along
th ept w ith regard to
Post Cards which is evidi
that the fad is dying out, in 1
suit of low postal
rates It 1-. rather to be n gretl
eltli il there is a gr< al d
in ti. [rl insulai transmis 1
to 11 id fro, of new sp ipers and
boi
I P I graph I > p 11 tment
in a satisfactory
con lition so fai as its revenue is
eoili rued.
\\ e ii ive he ird H s lid th it re
ntract lah >ur legislation
had 1 uined the b al Ina
id Long Cay, bul yet ve
this report that at lna|
the numbei ol labun is en
1,550 in
1 (12, which number was
id. but t .\ ice in the last five
: hi I so at Long (
mi nber engaged 1 1 1912, 1,476,
ire than fifty 'lit ovei
the number enga : I m 1911,
w a- exceedi d but twice in thi
I.is' five years.
;ing from Ihe rep irt the
i iloii) does not seem insucli a
1 'Us financial condition as
some V'Hild have us believe 01
.ii 'ten in the re
P : 1. misleadin W In. h '
f
\\ if in 11 ipt of a
ina n ation, with i' fen nci to a
in 1 1 I emu knocked down
iUsl) lupin d bj a .1 .in;... 1. 1
bil< so ne I imc lasl w "Is. I his
commuiiication has no signature
Ail con ind nice lo newi
papers, even wh u iigned by a
p. u name uni-t be icconip lined
b\ the full name ol the
writer, 01 a :ard, not necessarily
foi piiin ation, oth r.\ is it
will not be publish d I'he
\ 1 ite. ,v.is s 1 deeply inter-
! 1 tin 111.111 1 that he Ol
all iwed us to pay the id
post.1 .
The November nu nbet of
"The Strombu -" 1 no v re idy.
AiK 1 rtisements for the 11<
I) i( issue .re now in order.
STRF.ET OBSTRUCTS IN ^
A POI ICE TEST CASE
Two extremely important and
interesting 1 - 1 a ne up for
hearing in the Magistrates Court
'his week, before H'S Worship
J M. Rae, I s ;., Polic and Cir
cult M igisrrates, T ie firsl c
hi aid was the Police VS. I lerhert
R ell, a sh ip Ie 1 i 'i on Bay
' n et, tor a viola) ion 1
ii. sub ition 6 of the Rules and
Regul itions of the Boa id of
Public Works, (Nev Pi \i
den 1 \. t IOO7.
Sectioi w : No
I" 1-011 shall deposit 'i BU tO
he dep< 1 I'ld 11 removal
al the eai In st opp irtunit) or ex
pose foi sali in any street side-
.01 footpath any l 11 rel, box,
1 a a her pac
of an; I ipl ion w h it 'ver."
It appe us tliai I > iv Ser-
geant Wilshere in co quen
of instruction < i rom the
Commandant,R 11.1' I vford
I- -1] had n itified cert 'in Shop
keepers that any gsed
for s de by them 1 it hei tanging
to door or w inde\ s ui ters or
pr a contravention of tin resaid
ruli I 1st b riovcd.
S 1 p. WI shere being called said
thai mi the j 1 si in-t. he i"itified
1 Ill shopkeepers ; |! of lioin
then had si ligoo ing
appao I, exp e I fiir sah.....
Iheil dooi and wind' IW -inltteis,
flat againsl them Mr.
II was one of them. I I"
refused tocomplj with the order
and said diat the hanging of the
Is was not a contravention
vithill the me all.n!.' I f tllC Ulile,
mid I" glad to be reported
111 order that .1 t.st ca se might
I ie made o| it.
()u the f illow ingdaj the .,.1; d
inst. the goods noi having been
i 11.1 ed Sejt, Wishere re|oi I I
til ( a A Kan JSoll Ulion,
1 iq d fended, i Ie tested his.
on the pros< cul ion .alone and
His Worship having dicided
that the prosecution had faile I
to est.di'odi tin ire e in as much
is he did not consider the hang-
ing of the goods 1 o mtr ivention
of the rule the intention was to
prevent any ol's'met ion of th
streets 4c, and in this instance
t h"ie was no obstructionI Ie
dismissed the ease.
At the ( l"si ol this case,
that against W T. Saundera was
called. Ml Solomon defi nde I
llns also. I |p stated to the Court
r


I .....
T HE i \i I ii i N t
tli.ii he intended to raise fiveob-
jertions, upon which tlic Com-
_'ii ml i ;n such case he
kl isk I' i.li'uiriimciit in
nrder thai he might employ
counsel. The Court adjourned u>
the following day, when W. E.
S. Callen lei I. <| appeared for
the prosecution, Mr. Solomon's
objections weri narrowed to two
nnlv: ist. Theques'i n of "Juris-
diction." find 2 "I that <>f "l-A
pi ising f. r S > le
\fter hearing argument by
Counsel, the fi s( n as ruled out
by III- \\ nrsl p .Hid also the
.ml in which he ml. d that
was a I 'i ho facie case and
.>f tin- case procei '1
oi\ Serjt. WiUhere's evi l<
was practically identi< al, as in
tl e rase of Russell, with this ex-
lion that" on the fell"
dav the dre n't cast vas h
is .mi tin- pre* i-
(in- day. Mf. S mndi is testified,
and denii d the evidence here
ii Italii l in which he
corroboratedb) Mi Russell. Thej
both swore that on Saturday
following '!.! ) ill'' cast was
hanging <>n a nail winch l a '
n .Il iven i it >',.' door | i
that it til lOt "I Id
the sidewalk oi street Cross ex
nation I shake their
nitni\ (' ihen addi
ic Court ,' ro ei c in, much
I ability bi i11_r shown bj
Ilis Worship 'hen summoned
n|i at s miii- length, and nh i
t Serjt. Wils ere's stati
i peel to the position of
Case on the Saturday he was
of '.In' opinion that ho, Wil
". wa- mista I.i-n. It was i-\ i-
il.'iit that it did not thru projei l.
11, then dismissed tins case al
* i
It will be w< '1 for pers >ns r n
d in traffic to rememlx i
that l;."'(Is must n.it hi -' d
|.,i -al.' by them in s \> h i wa\
(an- .up i on of the
side walks oi stri .'is The side
\\ al'. irt of the stiv ( and
Included in it. Goods h inging
on the .lutside ..f a gin<\>. es|x i
Rlly is a p.im i i n / case foi
police i' iecul ion. The i ule
w is passed with the object of
pi eventing nl isi ruct i.>n. I' is
concise, plain, clea The w i
prop< i ly
"i the Public, and no...... here
al.', s lould lay himself opn to
a charge for an\ viol it ion of the
rule. It is the boim I. n d ity of
good citizens to "obej th.....
who h ive the rule ov >r them,"
I. Ill |i'- | II 'sli "'.'
break tlie laws. The Gt r
Teacher hims 'If said "Rendi i t.>
i th.' things which
('.a-..i!'s" '. I)ii I. i- to the s
ell, ct. This was First Century
obedience, and it should
twentieth Ci ntury's also.
\ marked improvement of the
shop fronts may I"' ti'"' i d,
doubtless, the outcome of laying
down the law. For oursebt s,
>\.' do not approve the way in
which r ods are "exposed for
- tie' in gem ral, and tic few
ioi s render it more displ i -
in' t" the man of taste.
f The Rev Charles A. Dann
i sailed f'a Cal Island tins foi
I i.oon
The M,,tor "I s K" left
j Miami to day with ; | >assengprs
' and i i sacks "f Mnl, will arrive
j to morrow aftei n >oo.
-
I ! ;d gave a good
pr ipramme last e\ euing t...,
!i, iuse, This evening an excell it
pro gramme will be preset I
Synopses < >f t w<> nl the S| >ecia 1
Feature F ilmsare pi inted below:
BISON.
The Cowboy Guardians- A
pi,,,,,. x ~ i van is attac ked by
Indians, who gre itlj i mtnumbei
the pah- fa. i whole party
.ire m.i-s.i red. \\ ith the MM op-
tion of a ye u and one half old
baby, ho l> ling hidden by its
mother. escapes detection.
Win' i a big, bashful i
puncher, who secretly worsl
at the shrine of the nnl\ i h
VO nan in camp. a hu'
widow, "she. in her turn, has
made up her mind to overcome
W* lilt 'dldlless.
Whiley is among the con bo\ -
who find the baby They take
it h i. k to camp rind resolve
to adopt it The experiment hi
not a I tu iuccessful, for all
the ho\s want to monopolize
babe's attention, I
dra is to w ho shall be the
child's father and White} ins
So far sn t th other
Ii iys cino to the loiH'lnsiihi
that the b iby should have a
mother, and thev bring the
v id. "\ and White} together and
congratulate themselves upon a
irvelous str< >ke of diplomacy.
I he inn i iage takes place and
all i mi ii j as a man i ige bell,
when the Smilill > l.a'.e '- pla.'"d
in Mis. Whiti \ '- an s. She is
interested and asks w hose it is
The Cowboj tactfullv tell her
it is Whitey'a and therefore hers.
Three hundred and thirty pounds
r e" *tricken and horrified
avoirdupois falls in a faint,
which turnsa joy when the s t
, is prODi ih explained.
The Flection Bet.The old-
I members, Messrs Hopkins,
Perkins and Simpson have the
Boor at the club. Their warm
arguments in favour of the Bull
Moose candidate outvie the
Wilson parade which is passing
They ridicule the idea of any-
one but the hero of Juan Hill
winni i the election. Mr. Hart
who is an ardent WiUon sup
porter becomes annoyed at Iheir
conversation and the following
is arracgi d. I larl is to give
h one thousand dollars if
Rons*\ Ii is eld ted and if Wil-
son is the fortunate candidate
the} are to dress as small chil-
(hen about the age of eight and
play a lion ol juvenile
hi the open. 'I his is re-
ridiculous proposi-
t the three old men I n
I and long bearded
I, | ien of great m<
thev feel that such an exhibition
would be a blow to their digni-
ty, il iwi \ i. the argumi nts of
the other club members and the
cert linty of Roi is lection,
nidi, m to ( imviit to the
bet. Wilson is i le ti d and the
conditions of the wager are in-
sisted upon, and one old gentle
man is dn B* d as a little girl
with a doll carriage, annthei i
a Busti r Brown and the third a
v. nerable gentleman with a
beaid descending to his waist.
is dressed as a Lit! le Lord Faun
tlero} with a toy drum. The
Iren di scend upon
them .ml they are arrested as
1 num. but are rescued by
theclu'i members and borne to
the i lub,
Nassau V. P.
Nov. -7 161 j
Sir.
We h iv thank you for the
i u ilication of the correspon-
il,-.i betwi en the govemmi nf,
M< s : i Pi i e.Cai lew and Snell
.in I t ie G lonial (Office relative
t ihe failure ol our Win
I'l nit. \;'n i leading this int,
tmv; c, ii i, gpondence we can
lily Si e the cau-e of tlu
dearth of aew S, The public I
t dak had thought that with the
, o nmg of the Will I. -s
Si.ition would follow an incn
on ( u f ' iji.l.i11 % news bulle-
tin, hut Ihey I, ive so far I
gi i tly dis ippoi t. d.
The experts who were consul-
ted all agree that to insure the
pp p r running of a plant,
" , it, r capabli
get ing atmosphei t :,i"'-
ci should be employed. And the
retary of State invites sue I
attention to this fact
With the present Governor I
have no fear hut that things will
be righted and thai the public
will not be defrauded ol their
lawfu.1 right, the proper efliciei t
and continuous working oj. a
plant their iihhh v has furn *~"
We wanted Expert o(-
\\e have, now received ^
highest obtainable and it only,
remains for the government to
act accordingl}, and the Public
to hack them.
Yours for the Public good
PUBLIC OPINION
The mail steamer "Saratoga"
steamed from New York at i p.
in. to day with mails and 34
passengers.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Saturday Nov. 29
A LIVELY SHOW NEW BEFLS
Cowboys and
SOME OF I UK FUNNIEST
61. n. l.
On and AFTER bee, 1-' DOORS
OPEN 7:15 COMMENCING
SOCLOl K
See !
O
UN Special Line
of PORTRAIT WORK
(,,i hristmas,
5 \\H>, Ph.>t grapher,
bay-street, City.
Calendars
\\|i GREETING FOLDERS
W Itll
VIEWS OF NASSAU
at
SAND-' HI UDIO
and
DIOCESAN BOOK STORI
NOTICE Special)
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
B| I No, II Flour at I 'ts. II).
1 l.auei Brand
2 II,. fell 1 CtS.
I and Storm King
Brand at:('is. lb.
White C'.miil.ited SugBI I
jl ;>_ I'ui.nii Crystal IU I
Sujj 11 al .") cts, lb.
A'.ov,' SI ck just R
pei s s. "Vigilancia"
Good Qu ility and I resh.
And last but not Ii ast
fy Pure 11 n uca Rum
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I II li T i< I li H NL
coJIege or (|,i enough to ie l poe-
try, he he heal heo Chi leeoi Vnieri.
" "' l,r Dull h ... Zulu <>r ScHiidm.-
vi.,n or African, it is all dip same;
lie begins |n want to et married
as soon as he is (;|,| enough. He
leu Ins heart run away with Ins
head, and he runs Ins neck into a
matrimonial noose and hangshim-
self, Love i he kingpin of ihe world,
indeedIt's the pin of the world,
because ii is where theavarageman
gettstui k. hut by way of Conclu-
sion, don't put me down as hear
rhead or an extremistI
Mention of belittling or
tlie grandest of our | is*
rorTsT'lmt what I want to sa) is, t
makes nn' tired the way young
folks jump m these days and
married when they are not financi-
ally aide to do so. I bat i- why
you hear so mmj people saying
marriage is a failuie. When a
man says that lie means he is. Just
let a man he a failure and the lust
thmg he says is th il marriage is.
Take ihewprd Matrimony, it comes
from two ancient Babylonian
words, MATR1 ( matter of)
MONY (money). Thus we have
Matrimonymatter of money.
This proves my contention that
when you engage in the gan e of
matrimony you must h ,ve rronv
*or at least a decent Miarj Anil
of course matrimony means I
or ought to. No one "will doubt
that Ihe young man of today who
is in love doesn't write poems like
ancient swains. No, he writes
r In <]nes."
P. II. A.
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for the
Invalid and Robust 1""
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Being largely predigested it iseaayof assimi-
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useful in the forenoon between meals.
The Allenburya" Diet may be taken witfc
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NOTICE I
Bargains Gasoline
^^ O STANDARD Oil Cos
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra Lnrgi assortment of
Holiday Cakes and Can lii s
dnect front the !'-irtory Mich as
Ra 1111 >< iw \11 xed
i 'in D.nling
I )ix ie Plant it ii in
Our HoblH'and JCnllief different
Mixed Cakes at iactpei II) Mixed
Candies at 18 cts pi i ll> Also the
follow mi; Caki in Packages .it 6
cts. Raisin Cookies, O. U, Pies and
Lunch Biscuits. These are unequal-
ed in quality,
A I TOOTE'S
N Oil C E
Gasoline
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
VV I HI'- SHOEM \N
I las just received a
larjje consignment of
Boots andShoes most
of winch are
SAMPLE LOTS
of i, 2 and 3 pairs ill a
brand and style in ill sii *s
which are be Bold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In many instance* the discount is
not les titan
?.o pei rent "ii the
RE( .11. VR 1 'Is'I I S
Call to day ainl (' in on e \ our
self tint this i* .oi' -ill' r lot of
those Exci i'tinnnl Bargains
u Inch is . \ 'i" t an I t li-11
offered ai
WILLIAMS'
WHOLES\LE iNU RET All
SHOE ESI \i'-l.l>ll\IK\ I.
J77, 879 liav.-t
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Try one and be convince of
.ts excellent quality.
C*TANDARD Oil LVsGasolene
vj sold iii quantities nl 5 gallons
and upward for one shilling per
gnlion it (in ige
Bring a Vessel for small quant i-
lies.
Drums may he had with "drum
lots,' subject t" return when empty
R.'o Mie I- iftll I ais Sold at
$ t I 75, IdSI toper cent d'S-
(''inii f. n, li. f ictorj.
Reo Car* also (or I lire.
Btcjcles renter! f--r 10s. a week.
Auto noh'ile .n 1 In \cie au >plies
kept in stock. C) lindei oil and
Auto Grease specially.
Can even Sell you a veiv ( olive.
nient storage drum with faucli In
Keep gasoline. I'oine an-l see
them,
Apply lo
J. P. SIM\H,
47 \la.kei Street
Nov. 18. K)i j.
Shingles
I'm si N<>. i Heart 5111. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60per lliou-
sand of 20 bundles
I )isCOUt1tS on lots Of over
50OO shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
51b. Cypress 11 (6.7a per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made pos iblebya very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
CO'S G .S-
I W'DARD 01
II'., Sold in quantities
SI AN
OL
of One Gallon and upwards foi
one shilling a fjj I |un.
D inns o| 5-1 gallons at I* cents
a gallon, subject to return when
empty.
I iicm' special I Iruifii d with ihe necessity of buying a
Storage Tank.
rC. C. SAUNDERS.
.......
Nl )l ICE.
rl ll> is to inform my P itroni
and the Public in ( ieneia I
! thai I haif opened my Public
lil l< k Smith Simp; and am now
rea ly to do anything in the line ol
deueial repair or new work llorse
Shoeing specially All work done
1 mcally.
P. V I'luvlcr,
Bay Street. Easl (WlmrP
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform Ins friends
and the Public thai he has
just received a complete outfit o(
facilities for Ihe business of .111 un-
dertaker, which places linn in H
position Io i:;inM|t Funerals that
may he entrusted to Ins care with
system an I despatch and respect
fully sol nits their patrooag Gel
my I'nces fust and prove that they
are the veiy lowest for fust class
Work.
NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE
11 is just received
'T*HE B il oice of their Large
I aTsso imentol I oy* and Fancy
go 1 Is I -I XmaS| from .London and
Aneitea.
YUt \ssortnent hen,' such a
large one, we will onlj gi^e a list
i f the leading ones.
h )\,\<. DOLLS,
3 Cases of Ihessed and undr.seed
Dolls from 3M0 10s, Slg, I 'oils 1. ar
riages, Peiainbju'alois, and Go
i arts from is to \. Large Steel
Express Waggons from 4s. t> f~\
Velocipedes, Rocking Hwses,D ill's
Pianofl Irom . to 16s. L ImId's
Rocking 1 hairs and \ verv large
variety ol Sirvtrll I'oys, nod Xmas
Caids,
Also teceived Another Crate <>f
ASS< Tted China.
PURMITURE, FURNI FURE.
Jusi receiv rl pail o) the Laige
Stock of Furniture > dried, where
we intended keeping, nvei the Hat
and MillinerySt.il.', a full Im-.
RECEIVING
Bureaux from 50s to 90s. each
Chiffnnieres, Bedsteads, Wash
Stand' and Mattresses, single anil
dould from /i t" 1^2.
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