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TT^ Til E 1 KlbtlNE rSaturday. December >0. 1913 IN* MEMORIAM. Seldom lias death, in our City, caused more sorrow and regret than tliatof the Hon. F. A. Holmes, M. D., Speaker of the House of Assembly. Though Dr. Holmes began his political career late in life, yet Ins ability and patriotism soon won for him a prominent position. While brilliant, we ire, how, ever, not so deeply interested in his public life as we are in the private and more intimate associations of Doctor.Philanthropist and Friend—he was all of these—devoted to hi* profession, chivalrously generous and lova to the core. We can think of no more fitting Tribute than the lines bv Fitzgreen Halleck : "A kind true heart, a high. That could not fear and would not bow." F. A. II. AGED 70. "A kind true heart, a spirit high, That could not fear and would not bow." What if upon the bright December air, The soul of a strong man 1 upward bor.ie ; There is no need for grief, the sudden tear Is dried ; we are not who mourn For faithful worth that God's lotted span ; For spirits brave that death fearlessly, Who leave the race the of a man. For them we raise the Songs of Victory. u. C. C. THE FUNERAL. Soon after j o'clock on Thursday a large detachment of fbe Bahamas Police and also of the Eastern Volunteer Eire Brigade marched up to King Street and I UbC TCtibUHC | r sidence where ?ly Performed Jvery fit: The long and hearty! An I Inquisition into the smi • [the service peculiar to the craft npplauseit drew forth was well It he death of labez | ,1 STwa! after winch they withdrew and merited, and everyone is hoping held on Wednesday 'hursda^ took up a position on Ring St. Ito he ir Mr. Prrtchard again. 'and Friday 17th 18th rd intl 1 hen the service of the WesB fhe "Kn.ghts of Rhodes" will ,„st. bv the Acting Con.,,,, of Confirmaby the Lore those] lives. meet] motto! leyan Church, of which the do-lbe presented again this even ceased was a member, was held land those who were prevented by the Rev. F. J. Paine assistedtfrom attending last evening by the Revd. W. 11. F. Bleby. [should not miss it. A very large number of beau-] tiful floral offerings were tender-1 A very large quantity of ed, by the many friends nndgSponge is on the market this patients of the deceased, andlmorning.and we ire told that it received by the family. [has been similarly*), throughout The casket covered by thelthe week. Much of it is ol the Union Jack was lifted from thelVelvet variety. House to the Hearse by mem-1 We understand too that good hers of the Masonic Fraternity.(prices are being obtained. The procession was formed as follows, and proceeded to the W estern Cemetery where the interment was made : POLICE. (Two abrfst in wide o;if n nrd r* I VSTERN V I BRIGADE. (A* above) CREW OF I.. T. "CARNARVON." 1 \>, abeve, officer* in centre, FREEMASONS (Two abreast in rl WESLEYAN MINHTBRS (Three in rani i • HEWISE Mr. Fr ink IF H. V THE GOVERNOR Colonial s rotary Chief I -n %  •• Capt. Haddon Smith, \ DC. Attorney Ciciienil. iMpectot Liiihth lutes' Mem hen ol Bieculive C mncil Member* ol Legislative Council Official! Meroben ol HHUM il \ 1 1 Mem ben nl the It u Citiaen* [01 loot) Citizens (in j: i-arri i .-. •, It is seldom that so imposing jtaken up. a funeral takes place here. The Governor, Private Secre tary, and Colonial Secretary wore full uniforms. The Auditor, wore the Civil Service undress uniform. The Inspecter of Lighthouses wore the Roval Nival undress uniform. The Chief '""' ., ",V' L "'"" !.,„.•_ ... ,-* Mr. I'ntrhar.l an.l K Justice Attorney General and Members of the Par \ The Sacrament lion will be given Bishop of Nassau in Saint Agnes Church at 7.15 a.m. to morrow (Sunday.1 %  Revd. F. E. Unakely will j ich at Parliament Street at 11. a. m. At Mount Carey, Fox Hill at 3. p. in. and a' St. John's !).:• fancy Town, at 7. p. m. 11 V. Sunday, Jist f hollowing is the Programme of Christmas Music" to be given mi M mdav next 22nd inst. at 1 Trinity Church. The Rev I.. Simpson B. A. will preside at the Organ and a Collection in [aid of Ipworth Trust will be Organ Anthem--"Behold I bring you good ti I nit's" Solo—"Glory t" Heaven* Eternal Kihi M -. R. W. Brae. Antliem "('n Chrirtmai Day" "Glory 1 1 God in the htghent" Mi a Pritchard Carol \ v.iv in a Muuger" Of s y 1 •VlgS ev. F. .1 Paine Unaccompanied "When the Sun had sunk t'i t' -1 and gowns. The InsiKCtor '•fi s J %  '"•' Ch P"5 %  l ll<> Birthday of 1 Schools wore University Gownl J^nrmku and ("a We would direct attention to the advertisment of "A Christ* mas Concert" to he given in the Parliament Street Baptist Church 011 M mday evenin next. The "Inipen d" presented a. irogramme last night, to a full Anthem— "While Shepherd* watched' [Solo 'Angel* from the realm* < I Glory Mis. Paine [(with cello obligate* Mad C. MenendetJ [Duet'Noel' Mr*, Paine and Mr* Brace COLLECTION (Anthem 'God from on high' llux Benediction \ Counsel, A. K. Solomon Esq. 'I he following w were called, Frederick B< sfield, Robt M. Bailev, Lillian P >t< rs, James P Sands] Dr. J. J. Cuimer, Alice C. Atbury, an I | ph P. Simn s. The evidence of .1 seph P. Siniins is said to be vei material The Jury returned tie following verdi< t, '* That he said Jol>e/ Johnson did die from injuries received rom b i is ii'-gligently ran over by Paul Meeres -Alien driving an nut< lobile The Jury further say I'lie Fact, Omitted to he proven, that the said Paul Meeres omil d to use the emergency brake, thereby running over and causing the death of the said Jabez John -<>ll." I 1 ml Meeres is held, on bail to answer to a charge that may be preferred against Inn Mr Nathaniel Dors", public Schoolmaster at The M jln Cat sland, Mrs. Dorsett.a family, and Miss Marian You 1, : arrived today on the scho mi 1 "Nellie .eoiaira." The S, hr" mrah E. Duighss" arrived from Miami yesterday morning. held it against traffic, itleadingShouse, that would have ,,|. directly to the residence of theftlm most fastidious. The three ate tne Honourable Dr. F. A.freel feature "The Knights of Holmes, Speaker of the MouselRhodes" was a wonderful pro of Assembly. Soon after theeefduction. andthe'The Vnimated [he members of Victoria LodgelWeeklv" very interesting No. 443 l-ree and AcceptedIsong ""Oh Df he ALL OF 1 a EAT DIRT. "Whal do you say—All of us leat dirt -" Yes, all of us with>ut exception. The Governor, in the necessary of the prcinises| lMe Ji'dge, the Bishop, the Recf Irene Sttunden in CanaanI tor > ne Sexton, the Doctor and .ane or Dog Flea Alley; itl n s Patients; the Pauper in the was discovered and put outa n *P'' a n "t quite so much, and beloiv any great damage 1 the? ''"' ' %  > %  l "' 1 hi the l'nson least rod jhad been done. [of all, ''Is'nt it anomalous for the prisoner's food to be cleaner Masontln regalia n.a idVed m.^'''";' C ,r> '^rt'lf ^1 The Motor Frances P." er-Ithan that of everyone else?" Market Streefand 7 v Vc '[ P T >h ' ft %  #* > • N|i; "" i "*J yesterday|No not at all." And as yon tiucrecl the|H. Pritchard, who seemed to he|mor..ing. [follow me, vou will see. D.rt 1



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r H C 1 K I 13 U N E %  XTO protected,3 As far as the ( UI W^"avoided, caiclessness causes dirt. ', hat is dirt? It teems lO exist nerywhere. A great deal has reen said about dirt, Lord Palmerston said that : "Dirt is matter in the wrong place." Charles Lamb said: If diit were trumps what a i apital hand on would hold"' Was it not ean Swift WHO lid : "Even lan must eat a peck of dirt l> ire he dies ?" If some of us li e long enough we'll be certain to do so. I have heard of "clean dirt." T may be such, I don't know. Hut the dirt of which I write, is the dirtiest kind ul dirt, as I shall presently show you. You cat it, not now an then, but daily, and not once, I Ul three or four, and some even five times. Vou! l ,n ,v (,| ">ug eat it from it,, breakfast table,!*! 1 raio ". are snapping, puppy.' Rector is con-| craw i ed ,,„ ,| im ,,.,„ |s .,„,, cernedheisthe m.st lopulnrjuneea and kissed a large Reel r we have ever had. He| Cr ucifix thai rests on the altar K! !" 1..\'.... ... ^: nu ll nU S| V ke, 'l St ''l ,s '"the eveni-.g a great crowd with boysand priest unless they are so shall be penalized. I'ood protection Laws are in force elsewhere, why not here ? It is up to you to have them but beneath those virtues there herein this City of Nassau. %  * love of power not for himYou will not need to wait until Sf> 'f perhaps but for the Chun the house of Assembly meets in f England. order to have a law passed, the notice that teachers have Joard oi | Icalth can do ,t and come ,„ fot „ „. , ,,,,, nfabuse| and lllllHl excitement. do it now. Perhaps they will see 5' think their real crime is that this article, be impressed by it,|"f not sending their Schoo think about il, be convinced .>f j>hildien to hear Mass at the in robes marched through tlie street, a man bent under a heavy cross was in the middle, there was singing and weeping I woni -'dered whether tne Bishop knew of this. The last time I saw any the truth of it, and then lakej* ar >*h Church. No priest loves the initiative them elves. |..-t ; u'overninent School, as the Cateus hope so. fchism is not taught there. I I wonder thai the C. M. <), think a priest ought to Keep out iasu't thought of it. But he?" 1 politics. The Island ought wants help, he needs encouiage Itoharuled from the Residency ment from the best, when thou-I an ""' lr )in the Rectory. sands of others who "don't! A priest is always a priest, |fh to come in out of | ,llr Church first and evei '..i... ,.r.„rv thin the luncheon-1 ble, the dinner-f ,,, ~n J c L 1 ustomers i Have you wni Monda r> Dec -22nd, at 8 p.m Have sou e 1 teen the bread' wagon going ; trough our streets' in to it, when the s : are being* n man-swept,or lachine-swept orl LhriStlTiaS /MUSIC. lave you then! "I dust arise,] on your cloth-1 is of (be shop. Weh / in the */ 'Is of the horse Itsol the wagon wind swept seen die clouds and settle do\\ iog, on the got keeper, on tin gon and the In between the sh adding to thee mtribution as he plodsonhisdai yround If you have, you h*av< seen ihedirl you %  %  ''t. As the I. MI, rolls, and buns come fi in the baker's oven, they are lean ai d whole some, but the; {el th< ir dirt in the wagon, lyii.gexposed to till foul dirt ol the sheets, of all kinds. It makes one shudder to think of it ! "You have never thought Mis. Paine Mrs. Brace Mr. Asa II. Pritchard. Lev. |\ J. Paine. Organist: — Rev. L. Simpson, I>. \. Silver Collection in aid f Efnttorth Fund, A CHRISTMAS CONCERT VI 7 II.I. he B iven in the ParV V b iinenl stin-t ll;i|.tisl T Iiiiit'h rin Mmul.v, I?'('Mi|!iei I.' Hill i ).MIIS open al 7 o'clock, admission M MILTON \. RUSSELL, 1 a nductnr. about n, have im %  you think tha its Well don'tj Dear Sir time youl 1 have read a Cat Island Dec. 1st 191 j :reat man. 1 let ._,, .' • 1 iwrv ICHU %  Kicm niaui ir s ion d Wake up! and getfters some from Arthurs Town me Hoard of Health to make aland ..the,-, bom The Bight rule that. Bread for human] Both wriirs are very bitter. food, to be vended from wagons,Jas a lover of fair play I will shall be placed in covered re-ju v to state the truth. ceptacles so constructed as to] For the spice I eighl exclude dirt and dust, and wlienla form ,.f obeahism ha* otherwise vended if from trays wide spread and I am told and baskets, shall be coveredfverv diagraceful things .'IV dlSg.n, |UI IMIII K 1 withaclean cloth of sufficientjdone at Arthur's Town thickness to exclude d.rt and Orange Creek without dust." The selling of bread, thing being done bv the rolls, buns, cakes, and such like to stop it. wee been th it wen and an\ Law OOK>t a So we are becoming priest ridden as (hesaying goes, the Church meddles too much. What 1 mean to say is, that there is a feeling that if the priest isagainst you it is all up with you and that it is always the wise thing to keep in with him. Again I do not think that "a 11 iesl should say "I want to make it plain to you that as sure a, ( iod lives if I hear vou iave even so much as looked into a I Hssenting Schism Shop vou shall not have ministrations of the Church,if you die you (lie like a dug without God <>r priest' This language Sir was actually used. We line known people who h ive I e 11 refused but ial for not paying their dues, nad children baptitm, because their a rents did not go to conies ion. The Catechisls loo taking their tone from the priests have bec >me quite proud as the one at Orange Creek who refused to bury the dead in the Church ^rave yard. I have lived for Sometime South America, I have seen priest in all his power am tell the truth I am afraid them. Last Good Friday at this same Arthur*sTown at the Church ovei two hundred people flung them selves down before tie altai For Xmas M ECHANICAL Toys I) .IN' Bath lull-, Wisl, Stand*, Ironing Sots, and Bedstead*, TOOL CHESTS, ] A tine lot of -lll'.l I 'Id.I) POl KET KNIVES, riieinvs Flasks. anil Tennis Rackets. AT CHAS. I'.. ALBURY'S Hardware Store Furniture FOR XM\s PRESENTS RECEIVIN'GAT THE NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE By Stmr. arriving to day WICKER FURNITURE R OCKING Hi 01-, rabies, Sitting ,. Couches ofis. liiId's Rockers, Stands, C" me Si a!, • •r-ker*. Dining Chins, III the I to of I .a-. and Wi nideii h'cii Dining Chans Ms.. Hi'.renui, VV ishstHiid" .Sn laiaml'd. Hedstrads, Mattresses fte. A quantity Ihina E'ware, \'ascs, Toy ea and Dinner Si IS Velocipedes, ami lot! ol other goods For Xmas presents, A. F. MOORK. Dec. 16th IQI (.



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r II E I iaiil ; N E to hear a voice from the neigh. bourhood or the tree. This should have been a warning to hi i ii rro.n |he spot and gel i ul i>f the way of temptation. But like n (Treat many today phe si • d to parley with the tempters. She i her husband had been warned I > God that the great dect .> is in the land and that he w< nld try to deceive them. Satan well knew that if he should come to either Adam or Eve as the gn nnge.1 he was they would r< nize him and he could not d< them ; so he cam.' in the n serpent, lie .said "Y a, hath • God said, ye Shall not eat ofej tree of the garden." A '.inst iod's interest in their When the woman HI i %  that that was God's i i n further adds that if l! toold break it they should said, "Ye shall not sun K : foi < Jod doth know that in I d.iv ye e It thereof, ihen you I II be opened and ye shall knowing good and evil," 11. se that be not only ntradicts God's statemeir lo their dying if they forbidden fruit, but he furtl %  insinuated that the Je,-i a G'ul fur l> idthem to eat of 11 \ He (God) knew that when did so they would become like God, and I le (God) want them to be like I lim, hold them down to a %  < i < ol 11f*— below Him. So the c >eded in making tii %  nan think the fruit of the tree I for food and pleasant t li tree to l>" dl sire,! • ,, M( wise, she took of it her husband and tie \ b nh ate i'. Some would hav us believe that the act of eating of the for. hidden was not n ti r -ssion of (iod's commands, but it v most plain transgression of them. Obedience is the vny essence of worship and when \ lam nn I Eve nbeye l Satan iosti I of God tin y worshipped the laitei instead of the former, thus I ,,' ing that command which ;.iys, "I In u have no nthei gods I le". m Again, by eating the fo %  fruit, thev I, \\ themselves ah I the whole human Family, thus tram •• resting t h cept, "Thou shall not kill." i An ither of ilie comman Iment*, I *"2V'' ,l il ''' ''' ;| '' "''' '• /^Hjlo.iL;!! ( Jod h--.il I) '".i g k,,,,I as ^^Tjiv.ill,. MI evi rv thing el the garden for l i n, tii y 'aril 'd out nnd stole tli.' li 1 i 'i ii i' I e ved for I linisclf. In il** 1 simp way it i ..ul.i tie !>• tli.it they hfoke nil 111 %  C 'iiimatulni'-nts ; but iF we p.ov tW it broke but one it is sufficient, as tlie Apostle |aines says, "\\ nosi-vrr shall keep the whole law and yet mm Baby's Welfare MM .*-. f^f 3 .*%*• J THE "ALLENBURYS' FOODS being perfectly digestible and closely resembling human milk, give freedom from digestive ailments, promote sound iS-V? sleep and ensure vigorous health and development. y&ti Menb :rys Foods and the 'ALLENBLVRYS' FEEDER. Simplest and Best. MILK FOOD No. 1. From birth lo 3 muuihi. MI'.K FOOH No. 2. From 3 lo b month*. MAI.TF.D FOOD No. 3 6 monllii upwaivla. RUSKS IUllied) From lO monies upward*. TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STOKES A Pamphlrl on In',on teedlnif -.in M.iiinuinu-iit Free. offend in one point, he is guilty ol all." Thus S it.m su 'i led in his p'aii to £'-\ the inhabitants of tii is woi Id to lire ik the la w of G and tins lie used Hi in %  111c v r pr "I that he was i ighl in I, is :ions against J id and the pri i %  11 1115 Ii i i i. Hut tLi 1 n is not .".II he K-I ined I laving overcome our foie-parents, they and ill ir posterity wereever afterward his slaves ; for Vila n an l Eve could not transmit to their children a freedom from bondage ih it they tin mselt es did not | . is. Paul sat s jn Rom, 6 ; 16, "Kni iw ye not that to w fiom j e 1 l yourselves servants to ahe\ his sei vants ye are to a h>m \ s obey ; whethei ol sin u NI death or of obedience nut usness ? '. As Adam had obejed Satan in hi* suggestion he and his pnsienty now, nl course, his sei v ints. -. "< )f n horn a in.in is overcome, of the s mis is he brought into bondag ". So thev were nn v in bondage to the worst slave mastei thai exist* cd, an i uttei |y urn hie to i heir libei ly, Sttan nUo gii ined pi issessii n of tliiw i if Id to i be t that G it to Ad in and v %  as a li.anin ..n I I'en soire then he has ln( n i he pi of tins world, in Adams si, nd. When jesus was on earth he s| of Sai HI as the "i e of this u orhl", i lieVoneliid, d ) N 0 I I Gasoline S TANDARD Off. CO'S (J .5. • II l\ I Sol I II qu intities %  •I i)ne i i-i I Ion and u|iw.i uK for one shilling a gallon. 11 iim* ..I so Rations at a i i. .ii. ul .j s t to i,-i in II when empi v. I he• • %  special Drams do nwny with the necessity of buying s link. A FOR 5ALF OPEN BOAT. App'y, I had. Johnson, i inn's 1 lai hour I I. uthera. Live Georgia Turkeys "Just here Per Frances E." from Miami Fla Price Is. 6d. lb Live weight Call up Phone 136 NOTK %  i Gasoline S I \\'h\Hh Oil C*VGasolene in quantities of j gallons and upward for one shilling per r,,i lion Hi G.H Bring a Vessel foi small quanti%  Diuirs liny l.c had with "drum lots.' s bjeel i" retu :i w n mi empi v Reo the F I i I irs sold at •Mil ,||S. count f. o. li. factory, i for I lire, I ill ) h irnlril f a li'-. a week. Automobile and bicycle supplies kept in stock, rvliiiilei ml and \ rn Giea*e a upei ialty. t .in even sill you a very convenient storage drum with fun-it to keep gasoline. Come and see them. AI ply 'o I. P. SIMMS, %  17 Market Street. Nov. iS, !,i |, R-EMr.MI.CR! No homo wm.or can be complete without "Muaic" W l are nHei in a line of High I Iradi Piai -, PI Iyer Pi. Piano I'.. -., and Reed Orgai ll le for every home, t i nd si i • %  .•mil II I us >end i"I 1 f tinsc instiuii nts dnecl In m to to j our home I lays ti I. Absolutely FKEF. foi askm ,l your. si li.' >111 in-ii md term the I',. st in ti. I. rHE RISING STAR Dilli-i Street W, I \V. & Co. See () I'K ?| I a"' of POR I MAM" WORK I'M i i nstmas, SANDS, I' ntographer, et, City. R I. A I. Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOPS. W ILLIAMS -MM! MAN II ji i 11 i i\ nl a large i i nji nl n| I its and Shoes most nl which in' SWUM.h. I OIS of I, .' and 3 |>a iis of n brand and st v Ir i i all sis !S which are 8 sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: In many instances the discount i< not less than 90 pet i "tit nn the REi iULAR I'UI. ES Call to d.iv nnd convince your tell Hi it tii.s is n nut her lot of tli.w Exceptional Bargains uhich is eve \ now and thru nff.Mi 11 a i WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE \\l RET All SHOE ESTABLISH MEN I'. 277 270, I5ay-st,, •, I



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k, O (0 CH 0) Nvilllvis svddlclus jvirnrc In vcrba maestri. Being bound o seut to the Dogmas ->f no Master. VOL. XI. \ .SHI, N. P.. Bahamas. Saturday. December 20. 1913 No. 26 EON E H IHJI'I CH, i< AMD I'k PRIITOt KM Cl B 4l M MIKI'T -• l.'l'l 'I ,,, N. I'.. I M,AMA r. U. I;.'-. PUBLISHED mil.' londay, .Vrihips'iiiy sari Friday— tingle eo\ \ ... ... }'l •irs.i.iv. rtimmtat >nnrt martial today on Lieut. Vonforitner who was responsible for rt 1 cut anti-military rims *it '/.;\bern, in Alsrtce. Re was found guilty <>f slashing a lame shoe-* maker with hie sabrt. Norfolk, i'.. Disabled battle ship "Vermont'' in I iwjof battle. ship "Delaw arc'' passi 'I inside Virginia Capes this afternoon bound for Norfolk Navj Yard. Washington, 19. For first time sii c he was taken ill, Pi idenl Wil in today rtst IBce and laboured on a big ]a!e con f> >ndi r* New York, 19 —Mother f irm. cr police l.ieut Beckeri >m ((I ol Rosenthal murder, died today. She was never told of predicament. Becker i-in death h 1 Sing Sing awaiting derision of COUrl of appeals to which he appealed tor new trial. Washington, 19.—Inti rsl rte comnv rce commission in iis annual report publish) 1 today, rerommends that legislation giving it complete jurisdi( 1 it m over pip. iditions in %  mne< tion with the operation of railroads; that is control n chartei of load bed equipment the speed of trains and similar matters that heretofore !M\ e l ecu lift exclu ively to railroad management. London, 19 President Hadlev of Vale has been appointed i turer on Amei ican history at ird University for 191 1. TulsaOkla, 19.—Mrs Albert' Patrick, \\ hose husband served twelve years in Sine; Sing as 1 muderer of William Marsh Ri< e, died today. Rome, 19.—Cardinal Marti* nelli Prefect of S 1 r< d (longrein of 1 ites is seriously ill. New York, 19.is Circuit 1 nui 1 appeals today decide Waltham Watch Co. could not force Charli 1 Keene a New York jeweller to stop selling 1 a wati hi 1 at cut prices. New York. 19. It was report (<\ in Wall Street today tha: tun s Ionian'.; to acquisition of Boston and Main.Railroad by Delaware and Hudson have been made in past week. (Communicated) ORIGIN AND HIS TORY. OF STA I AN 1 miin led Some m iv a'.'•-. "Why did God endanger the future happiness <>f Ad mi imd Eve and all ttieh p icriiv by placing bi fore them sibiliiy "I sinning, by eating of the tier ol the knowledge ol pood and evil ?" We mswer, thai God wi raiher hare this world filled iili tyii ked rebellious people, (joins; to eternal rum than to have it mh ihied by a race whos ive.i Him be%  1 its. thev h id nothing el could do. Such our fore-pa 1 '! and their posterity would have hern had m>t God pi iced before 1 hem the treeof knowledgi and evd oi some oilier similar \ '. In refraining from eating ol ties tire they would show a desire t keep the cornrnajidrnents of God, and in eating of it they vvoul I transgress every precept. As won as Satan and lus followers were 1 ,-t to the earth, he tookin gitu iiion and immediately that he would get the inhabitants to eat of the forbidden tree, and thus transgresd the law of God, If he should succeed in this he coo siden d thai he would h ive am ither p iwerful proof that the law of U< id could not be Kept, if Vim and Eve, placed Itereunder s ich favourable circumstances could not obey it ; this proof he wi il 1 I 'nt to the inhabitants of heaven and other worlds as an ai ntn MH thai be was right in his HC< cusationa and rebellion against (ril. So with great determin 1tion and craftiness lie sets about the work of getti Ig \d on and Eve to eat of the forbidder fruit, thus transgressing the law of God, Should he I in this he con* sidered th it he would not 01 ly prove thagnvernmi at ol G id unjust, but he would also get posseslion of this world to the extent that it belonged to our foravparent* nnd the human race would be his h md serv in 1 So one d iy w hen Eve had wandI from from her husband's side, and was looking longingly up into tie tree of foi bidden fruit, wondej inwhy Gnd had placed a restriction upon ir, she was sta (continued on fourth pipe) n


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December 20th 191 ;
Stocks D 1 ill.
Anial Coppi 1
Balto, Chio.
Cm P c
Si. Paul.
N V.C.ex Div
Penna
Ri ad ing. 1 7 |.
Sou. Pac. 81
I'm. Pac. i |.
Ste< 1.
Washington, 1 1 San Fran-
cisco's Song light for municipal
walei 1 1 laj hen Pn si
dent signed bill granting the
citv watt r rights in the Hi tchy
Valley.
St. Raesburg, < i< rmany, 19.
Forty ilncr days in prison was
the si ntence impost 'I by a < >nrt
martial today on Lieut. Vonfor-
itner who was responsible for
rt 1 cut anti-military rims *it '/.;\-
bern, in Alsrtce. Re was found
guilty <>f slashing a lame shoe-*
maker with hie sabrt.
Norfolk, i'.. Disabled battle
ship "Vermont'' in I iwjof battle.
ship "Delaw arc'' passi 'I inside
Virginia Capes this afternoon
bound for Norfolk Navj Yard.
Washington, 19. For first
time sii c he was taken ill,
Pi idenl Wil in today rtst
IBce and laboured
on a big ]a!e con f> >ndi r*
New York, 19 Mother f irm.
cr police l.ieut Beckeri >m
((I ol Rosenthal murder, died
today. She was never told of
. predicament. Becker i-- in
death h 1 Sing Sing await-
ing derision of COUrl of appeals
to which he appealed tor new
trial.
Washington, 19.Inti rsl rte
comnv rce commission in iis an-
nual report publish) 1 today, re-
rommends that legislation
' giving it complete juris-
di( 1 it m over pip. iditions
in mne< tion with the operation
of railroads; that is control n
chartei of load bed equipment
the speed of trains and
similar matters that heretofore
!m\e l ecu lift exclu ively to
railroad management.
London, 19 President Had-
lev of Vale has been appointed
i turer on Amei ican history at
ird University for 191 1.
TulsaOkla, 19.Mrs Albert'
Patrick, \\ hose husband served
twelve years in Sine; Sing as
1 muderer of William
Marsh Ri< e, died today.
Rome, 19.Cardinal Marti*
nelli Prefect of S 1 r< d (longre-
in of 1 ites is seriously ill.
New York, 19.- is Circuit
1 nui 1 appeals today decide !
Waltham Watch Co. could not
force Charli 1 Keene a New
York jeweller to stop selling
1 a wati hi 1 at cut prices.
New York. 19. It was report
(<\ in Wall Street today tha:
tun s Ionian'.; to acquisition
of Boston and Main.- Railroad
by Delaware and Hudson have
been made in past week.
(Communicated)
ORIGIN AND HIS TORY. OF
STA I AN
1 miin led
Some m iv a'.'-. "Why did God
endanger the future happiness <>f
Ad mi imd Eve and all ttieh p icr-
iiv by placing bi fore them
sibiliiy "I sinning, by eating of the
tier ol the knowledge ol pood and
evil ?" We mswer, thai God wi
raiher hare this world filled iili
tyii ked rebellious people, (joins; to
eternal rum than to have it mh ihi-
ed by a race whos ive.i Him be-
1 its. thev h id nothing el
could do. Such our fore-pa1'!
and their posterity would have
hern had m>t God pi iced before
1 hem the treeof knowledgi
and evd oi some oilier similar \ '.
In refraining from eating ol ties
tire they would show a desire t
keep the cornrnajidrnents of God,
and in eating of it they vvoul I
transgress every precept. As won
as Satan and lus followers were
1 ,-t to the earth, he took- in
gitu iiion and immediately
that he would get the inhabitants
to eat of the forbidden tree, and
thus transgresd the law of God, If
he should succeed in this he coo
siden d thai he would h ive am ither
p iwerful proof that the law of
U< id could not be Kept, if Vim
and Eve, placed Itereunder s ich
favourable circumstances could
not obey it ; this proof he wi il 1
I 'nt to the inhabitants of hea-
ven and other worlds as an ai n-
tn mh thai be was right in his hc<
cusationa and rebellion against
(ril. So with great determin 1-
tion and craftiness lie sets about
the work of getti Ig \d on and Eve
to eat of the forbidder fruit, thus
transgressing the law of God,
Should he I in this he con*
sidered th it he would not 01 ly
prove thagnvernmi at ol G id un-
just, but he would also get posses-
lion of this world to the extent
that it belonged to our foravparent*
nnd the human race would be his
h md serv in 1
So one d iy w hen Eve had wand-
I from from her husband's side,
and was looking longingly up into
tie tree of foi bidden fruit, wondej
in- why Gnd had placed a rest-
riction upon ir, she was sta
(continued on fourth pipe)
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Til E 1 KlbtlNE
r-
Saturday. December >0. 1913
IN* MEMORIAM.
Seldom lias death, in our City,
caused more sorrow and regret
than tliatof the Hon. F. A.
Holmes, M. D., Speaker of the
House of Assembly. Though
Dr. Holmes began his political
career late in life, yet Ins ability
and patriotism soon won for
him a prominent position.
While brilliant, we ire, how,
ever, not so deeply interested in
his public life as we are in the
private and more intimate as-
sociations of Doctor.Philanthro-
pist and Friendhe was all of
thesedevoted to hi* profession,
chivalrously generous and lova
to the core.
We can think of no more fitt-
ing Tribute than the lines bv
Fitzgreen Halleck :
"A kind true heart, a
high.
That could not fear and
would not bow."
F. A. II.
Aged 70.
"A kind true heart, a spirit high,
That could not fear and would
not bow."
What if upon the bright De-
cember air,
The soul of a strong man 1
upward bor.ie ;
There is no need for grief, the
sudden tear
Is dried ; we are not
who mourn
For faithful worth that
God's lotted span ;
For spirits brave that
death fearlessly,
Who leave the race the
of a man.
For them we raise the Songs
of Victory.
u. C. C.
THE FUNERAL.
Soon after j o'clock on Thurs-
day a large detachment of fbe
Bahamas Police and also of the
Eastern Volunteer Eire Brigade
marched up to King Street and
I
UbC TCtibUHC |r*sidence where ?ly Performed Jvery fit: The long and hearty! An I
!
Inquisition into the
smi
[the service peculiar to the craft npplauseit drew forth was well It he death of labez | ,1 STwa!
after winch they withdrew and merited, and everyone is hoping held on Wednesday 'hursda^
took up a position on Ring St. Ito he ir Mr. Prrtchard again. 'and Friday 17th 18th rd intl
1 hen the service of the WesB fhe "Kn.ghts of Rhodes" will ,st. bv the Acting Con.,,,,
of Confirma-
by the Lore
those]
lives.
meet]
motto!
leyan Church, of which the do-lbe presented again this even
ceased was a member, was held land those who were prevented
by the Rev. F. J. Paine assistedtfrom attending last evening
by the Revd. W. 11. F. Bleby. [should not miss it.
A very large number of beau-] ------------
tiful floral offerings were tender-1 A very large quantity of
ed, by the many friends nndgSponge is on the market this
patients of the deceased, andlmorning.and we ire told that it
received by the family. [has been similarly*), throughout
The casket covered by thelthe week. Much of it is ol the
Union Jack was lifted from thelVelvet variety.
House to the Hearse by mem-1 We understand too that good
hers of the Masonic Fraternity.(prices are being obtained.
The procession was formed
as follows, and proceeded to the
W estern Cemetery where the in-
terment was made :
POLICE.
(Two abrfst in wide o;if n nrd r*
I VSTERN V I BRIGADE.
(A* above)
CREW OF I.. T. "CARNARVON."
1 \>, abeve, officer* in centre,
FREEMASONS
(Two abreast in rl
WESLEYAN MINHTBRS
(Three in rani i
HEWISE
Mr. Fr ink IF '
H. V THE GOVERNOR
Colonial s rotary Chief I -n
Capt. Haddon Smith, \ DC.
Attorney Ciciienil. iMpectot Liiihth lutes'
Mem hen ol Bieculive C mncil
Member* ol Legislative Council
Official!
Meroben ol Hhum il \ 1 1
Mem ben nl the It u
Citiaen* [01 loot)
Citizens (in j: i-arri i .-. ,
It is seldom that so imposing jtaken up.
a funeral takes place here.
The Governor, Private Secre
tary, and Colonial Secretary
wore full uniforms. The Auditor,
wore the Civil Service undress
uniform. The Inspecter of Light-
houses wore the Roval Nival
undress uniform. The Chief '""'., ",V'L"'""
!.,._ ... ,-* Mr. I'ntrhar.l an.l K
Justice Attorney General and
Members of the Par \
The Sacrament
lion will be given
Bishop of Nassau in Saint Agnes
Church at 7.15 a.m. to morrow
(Sunday.1
Revd. F. E. Unakely will
j ich at Parliament Street at
11. a. m.
At Mount Carey, Fox Hill at
3. p. in. and a' St. John's !).:
fancy Town, at 7. p. m. 11 V.
Sunday, Jist
f
hollowing is the Programme
of Christmas Music" to be given
mi M mdav next 22nd inst. at
1 Trinity Church. The Rev I..
Simpson B. A. will preside at
the Organ and a Collection in
[aid of Ipworth Trust will be
Organ
Anthem--"Behold I bring you good
ti I nit's"
Solo"Glory t" Heaven* Eternal Kihi
M -. R. W. Brae.
Antliem "('n Chrirtmai Day"
"Glory 1 1 God in the htghent"
Mi a Pritchard
Carol \ v.iv in a Muuger"
Of
s
y
1
VlgS
ev. F. .1 Paine
Unaccompanied "When the Sun had
sunk t'i t' -1
and gowns. The InsiKCtor 'fis",'J '"' ChP"5 -' l'll<> Birthday of 1
Schools wore University Gownl J^nrmku
and ("a
We would direct attention to
the advertisment of "A Christ*
mas Concert" to he given in the
Parliament Street Baptist
Church 011 M mday evenin
next.
The "Inipen d" presented a.
irogramme last night, to a full
Anthem "While Shepherd* watched'
[Solo 'Angel* from the realm* < I Glory
Mis. Paine
[(with cello obligate* Mad C. MenendetJ
[Duet- 'Noel' Mr*, Paine and Mr* Brace
COLLECTION
(Anthem 'God from on high'
llux Benediction
11 an I 1 j o'clock an alarm was!
Sent out for a lire that occured
Rodger K. Duncombe Esq. with
the following jury Messrs Chas.
I laven, foreman. Otis McGregor,
Monlecai Taylor, Jame Pinder,
-Wallace,Butler, and Gil-
more A.lderlev.
Itappears that a week 1 r two ago
the deceasedJabcz Johnson, was
knocked down and ru 1 over by
an automobile driven by Paul
Meeres, and from the injuries
then received died on the 16th
inst.
At the inquest Mr. Meeres was
represented I>\ Counsel, A. K.
Solomon Esq.
'I he following w were
called, Frederick B< sfield, Robt
M. Bailev, Lillian P >t< rs, James
P Sands] Dr. J. J. Cuimer, Alice
C. Atbury, an I | ph P.
Simn s.
The evidence of .1 seph P.
Siniins is said to be vei materi-
al
The Jury returned tie follow-
ing verdi< t, '* That he said
Jol>e/ Johnson did die from in-
juries received rom b i is ii'-g-
ligently ran over by Paul Meeres
-Alien driving an nut< lobile "
The Jury further say I'lie Fact,
Omitted to he proven, that the
said Paul Meeres omil d to use
the emergency brake, thereby
running over and causing the
death of the said Jabez John
-<>ll."
I1 ml Meeres is held, on bail
to answer to a charge that may
be preferred against Inn .
Mr Nathaniel Dors", public
Schoolmaster at The M jln Cat
sland, Mrs. Dorsett.a family,
and Miss Marian You 1,: arrived
today on the scho mi 1 "Nellie
.eoiaira."
The S, hr" mrah E. Duighss"
arrived from Miami yesterday
morning.
held it against traffic, itleadingShouse, that would have ,,|.
directly to the residence of theftlm most fastidious. The three
ate tne Honourable Dr. F. A.freel feature "The Knights of
Holmes, Speaker of the MouselRhodes" was a wonderful pro
of Assembly. Soon after theeefduction. andthe'The Vnimated
[he members of Victoria LodgelWeeklv" very interesting
No. 443 l-ree and AcceptedIsong ""Oh Df
he
ALL OF 1 a EAT DIRT.
"Whal do you sayAll of us
leat dirt -" Yes, all of us with-
>ut exception. The Governor,
in the necessary of the prcinises|lMe Ji'dge, the Bishop, the Rec-
f Irene Sttunden in CanaanItor>,ne Sexton, the Doctor and
.ane or Dog Flea Alley; itln's Patients; the Pauper in the
was discovered and put outa .n*P''a* n"t quite so much, and
beloiv any great damage 1 the?''"' '>"l"'1 hi the l'nson least
rod jhad been done. [of all, ''Is'nt it anomalous for
the prisoner's food to be cleaner
Masontln regalia n.a idVed m.^'''";'"C, ,r>'^rt'lf ^1 The Motor Frances P." er-Ithan that of everyone else?"
Market Streefand 7 v Vc'[ PT>h''" ft *#* > N|i;""i "*J yesterday|No not at all." And as yon
tiucrecl the|H. Pritchard, who seemed to he|mor..ing. [follow me, vou will see. D.rt
1


r H C 1 K I 13 U N E
XTO
protected,3 As far as the
('UIW^"- avoided, caiclessness
causes dirt. ', hat is dirt? It
teems lO exist nerywhere. A
great deal has reen said about
dirt, Lord Palmerston said
that : "Dirt is matter in the
wrong place." Charles Lamb
said: If diit were trumps what
a i apital hand on would hold"'
Was it not ean Swift who
lid : "Even lan must eat a
peck of dirt l> ire he dies ?" If
some of us li e long enough
we'll be certain to do so. I have
heard of "clean dirt." T
may be such, I don't know. Hut
the dirt of which I write, is the
dirtiest kind ul dirt, as I shall
presently show you. You cat
it, not now an then, but daily,
and not once, I Ul three or four,
and some even five times. Vou!l,n",v (,|">ug
eat it from it,, breakfast table,!*!1* raio". are snapping, puppy.'
Rector is con-|crawied ,, ,|im ,,., |s .,,,
cernedheisthe m.st lopulnrjuneea and kissed a large
Reel r we have ever had. He|Crucifix thai rests on the altar
k!1..\'.... ... ^:nullnU S|Vke,'lSt''l,s- '"the eveni-.g a great
crowd with boysand priest
unless they are so
shall be penalized.
I'ood protection Laws are in
force elsewhere, why not here ?
It is up to you to have them but beneath those virtues there
herein this City of Nassau. '** love of power not for him-
You will not need to wait until Sf>'f perhaps but for the Chun
the house of Assembly meets in f England.
order to have a law passed, the notice that teachers have
Joard oi | Icalth can do ,t and come , fot . ,,,,,,, nfabuse|and lllllHl excitement.
do it now. Perhaps they will see 5' think their real crime is that
this article, be impressed by it,|"f not sending their Schoo
think about il, be convinced .>f j>hildien to hear Mass at the ,
in
robes marched through tlie
street, a man bent under a
heavy cross was in the middle,
there was singing and weeping
I won-
i-'dered whether tne Bishop knew
of this. The last time I saw any
the truth of it, and then lakej* ar>*h Church. No priest loves
the initiative them elves. |..-t; u'overninent School, as the Cate-
us hope so. fchism is not taught there. I
I wonder thai the C. M. <), think a priest ought to Keep out
iasu't thought of it. But he?"1 politics. The Island ought
wants help, he needs encouiage Itoharuled from the Residency
ment from the best, when thou-Ian ""' lr')in the Rectory.
sands of others who "don't! A priest is always a priest,
|fh to come in out of |,llr Church first and evei
___ '..i... ,.r.-
rv thin
the luncheon-1 ble, the dinner-f ,,, table, the tea- bleand the sud-I'881 M,|il" f"f ""l!v "",1 f"rtv vears **!
. II I .. m !...!__._________ ____ _. ._ .1 r : ,,,r el I I I,.. ,
in Porf
an Prince llayli, I dont see any
of this in the Bible nor the
Piayer hook.
yours truelv
EX TEACHER
caoie, tr.e tea- ule and the sup-11"91' u imi- I. """.' u iu.iy years si
y< i table. In \ .at form ? l\ ea it ')o ,neY suppose you stopped Ing should be refused comm
In the loaf of oread, the rollf8* Governor's Harbour for I'li-jr"" if they come not to Coi
the bun with rlairof eggs oillva,e PraCtice? The people ofN"- I do not think that
the top, and u get a morel ^',,urnera ar possessed of aXp'e's home affairs should be
liberal supply ith this farma-r 'ar;mlli;m thirst-after a sort. I' i'1'''1 '" the Confessional.
compos on, than in any! VERUS. S think a priest should be It
of the two othtr forma f Dec. 30th 1913. Bed upon as a father and no
it-............... ....,._, ,S.............. .....................................Imastcr.
Trinity Church
themuminc delivering bread'. t-> ~n j c l
1 ustomers i Have you wniMondar> Dec-22nd, at 8 p.m
Have sou e 1 teen the bread'
wagon going ; trough our streets'
in
to
it, when the s : are being* n,
man-swept,or lachine-swept orl LhriStlTiaS /MUSIC.
lave you then!
"I dust arise,]
. on your cloth-1
is of (be shop.
Weh / in the */
'Is of the horse
Itsol the wagon
wind swept
seen die clouds
and settle do\\
iog, on the got
keeper, on tin
gon and the In
between the sh
adding to thee mtribution as he
plodsonhisdai yround If you
have, you h*av< seen ihedirl you
'''t. As the I. mI, rolls, and
buns come fi in the baker's
oven, they are lean ai d whole
some, but the; {el th< ir dirt in
the wagon, lyii.gexposed to till
foul dirt ol the sheets, of all
kinds. It makes one shudder to
think of it ! !
"You have never thought
Mis. Paine
Mrs. Brace
Mr. Asa II. Pritchard.
Lev. |\ J. Paine.
Organist:
Rev. L. Simpson, I>. \.
Silver Collection in aid f
Efnttorth Fund,
A CHRISTMAS CONCERT
VI 7 II.I. he Biven in the Par-
V V b iinenl stin-t ll;i|.tisl
T Iiiiit'h rin Mmul.v, I?'('Mi|!iei
I.' Hill i ).miis open al 7 o'clock,
admission M
MILTON \. RUSSELL,
1 a nductnr.

about n, have im
you think tha its
Well don'tj Dear Sir
time youl 1 have read a
Cat Island
Dec. 1st 191 j
:reat man.1 let
._,, ....... .' 1 iwrv ichu Kicm niaui ir
s ion d Wake up! and getfters some from Arthurs Town
me Hoard of Health to make aland ..the,-, bom The Bight
rule that. Bread for human] Both wriirs are very bitter.
food, to be vended from wagons,Jas a lover of fair play I will
shall be placed in covered re-ju v to state the truth. '
ceptacles so constructed as to] For the spice I eighl
exclude dirt and dust, and wlienla form ,.f obeahism ha*
otherwise vended if from trays wide spread and I am told
and baskets, shall be coveredfverv diagraceful things
.'IV dlSg.n, |UI IMIIIK1
withaclean cloth of sufficientjdone at Arthur's Town
thickness to exclude d.rt and Orange Creek without
dust." The selling of bread, thing being done bv the
rolls, buns, cakes, and such like to stop it.
wee
been
th it
wen
and
an\
Law
OOK-
>t a
So we are becoming priest
ridden as (hesaying goes, the
Church meddles too much.
What 1 mean to say is, that
there is a feeling that if the
priest isagainst you it is all up
with you and that it is always
the wise thing to keep in with
him.
Again I do not think that "a
11 iesl should say "I want to
make it plain to you that as
sure a, ( iod lives if I hear vou
iave even so much as looked in-
to a I Hssenting Schism Shop vou
shall not have ministrations of
the Church,if you die you (lie like
a dug without God <>r priest'
This language Sir was actually
used. We line known people
who h ive I e 11 refused but ial
for not paying their dues, nad
children baptitm, because their
a rents did not go to conies
ion.
The Catechisls loo taking their
tone from the priests have be-
c >me quite proud as the one at
Orange Creek who refused to
bury the dead in the Church
^rave yard.
I have lived for Sometime
South America, I have seen
priest in all his power am
tell the truth I am afraid
them.
Last Good Friday at this same
Arthur*sTown at the Church ovei
two hundred people flung them
selves down before tie altai
For Xmas
MECHANICAL Toys
I) .IN' Bath lull-,
Wisl, Stand*, Ironing Sots,
and Bedstead*,
TOOL CHESTS, ]
A tine lot of
-lll'.l I 'Id.I) POl KET KNIVES,
riieinvs Flasks.
anil Tennis Rackets.
AT
CHAS. I'.. ALBURY'S
Hardware Store
Furniture
FOR XM\s PRESENTS
RECEIVIN'GAT
THE NASSAU BARGAIN
HOUSE
By Stmr. arriving to day
WICKER FURNITURE
ROCKING Hi 01-, rabies,
Sitting ,. Couches
ofis. liiId's Rockers, Stands,
C" me Si a!,
r-ker*. Dining Chins,
III
the
I to
of
I .a-.
and
Wi nideii h'cii
Dining Chans
Ms..
Hi'.renui, VV ishstHiid" .Sn .
laiaml'd. Hedstrads, Mattresses fte.
A quantity Ihina E'ware,
\'ascs, Toy ea and Dinner Si IS
Velocipedes, ami lot! ol other
goods For Xmas presents,
A. F. MOORK.
Dec. 16th iqi (.


r II E I iaiil;NE
to hear a voice from the neigh.
bourhood or the tree. This should
have been a warning to hi i ii
rro.n |he spot and gel i ul i>f the
way of temptation. But like n
(Treat many today phe si d to
parley with the tempters. She i
her husband had been warned I >
God that the great dect .> is in
the land and that he w< nld try to
deceive them. Satan well knew
that if he should come to either
Adam or Eve as the gn
nnge.1 he was they would r<
nize him and he could not d<
them ; so he cam.' in the
n serpent, lie .said "Y a, hath
God said, ye Shall not eat ofe- j
tree of the garden." A '. say "Yea h ith God ma
unjust command foi yo i ton
I hus lii' would insinu i >inst
' iod's interest in their
When the woman hi i
that that was God's i i n
further adds that if l! toold
break it they should
said, "Ye shall not sun K .....: foi
< Jod doth know that in I d.iv ye
e It thereof, ihen you I II be
opened and ye shall
knowing good and evil," 11.
se that be not only ntra-
dicts God's statemeir
lo their dying if they
forbidden fruit, but he furtl in-
sinuated that the Je,-i a G'ul fur
l> id- them to eat of 11 \
He (God) knew that when
did so they would become like
God, and I le (God) want
them to be like I lim,
hold them down to a < i < ol 11f*
below Him. So the
c >eded in making tii nan think
the fruit of the tree I for
food and pleasant t
li tree to l>" dl sire,! ,,M(-
wise, she took of it
her husband and tie \ b nh ate
i'. Some would hav us believe
that the act of eating of the for.
hidden was not n ti r -ssion of
(iod's commands, but it v
most plain transgression of them.
Obedience is the vny essence of
worship and when \ lam nn I Eve
nbeye l Satan iosti I of God tin y
worshipped the laitei instead of
the former, thus I ,,' ing that
command which ;.iys, "I In u
have no nthei gods I le".
m Again, by eating the fo
fruit, thev I,.....
\\ themselves ah I the whole human
Family, thus tram resting t h
cept, "Thou shall not kill."
i An ither of ilie comman Iment*,
I *"2V'' ,l"il ''' ''' ;| '' "''' '
/^Hjlo.iL;!! ( Jod h--.il I) '".i g k,,,,I as
^^Tjiv.- ill,.mi evi rv thing el
the garden for l i n, tii y
'aril 'd out nnd stole tli.' li
1 i 'i ii i' I e ved for I linisclf. In
il**1 simp way it i ..ul.i tie !>
tli.it they hfoke nil 111 C 'iiimatul-
ni'-nts ; but iF we p.ov tW it
broke but one it is sufficient, as
tlie Apostle |aines says, "\\ nosi-vrr
shall keep the whole law and yet
mm Baby's Welfare MM
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THE "ALLENBURYS' FOODS being perfectly digestible and closely resem-
bling human milk, give freedom from digestive ailments, promote sound iS-V?
sleep and ensure vigorous health and development. y&ti
Menb :rys Foods
and the 'ALLENBLVRYS' FEEDER. Simplest and Best.
MILK FOOD No. 1.
From birth lo 3 muuihi.
MI'.K FOOH No. 2.
From 3 lo b month*.
MAI.TF.D FOOD No. 3
6 monllii upwaivla.
RUSKS IUllied)
From lO monies upward*.
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STOKES
A Pamphlrl on In',on teedlnif -.in M.iiinuinu-iit Free.
offend in one point, he is guilty ol
all."
Thus S it.m su 'i led in his
p'aii to '-\ the inhabitants of tii is
woi Id to lire ik the la w of G
and tins lie used Hi in 111cvr pr "I
that he was i ighl in I, is
:ions against J id and the pri i
11 1115 Ii i i i. Hut tLi 1
n is not .".II he k-i ined I laving
overcome our foie-parents, they
and ill ir posterity wereever after-
ward his slaves ; for Vila n an l
Eve could not transmit to their
children a freedom from bondage
ih it they tin mselt es did not |
. is. Paul sat s jn Rom, 6 ; 16,
"Kni iw ye not that to w fiom j e
1 l yourselves servants to ahe\,
his sei vants ye are to a h>m \ s
obey ; whethei ol sin u ni death or
of obedience nut usness ? '.
As Adam had obejed Satan in hi*
suggestion he and his pnsienty
now, nl course, his sei v ints.
-. "< )f n horn a in.in is
overcome, of the s mis is he
brought into bondag ". So thev
were nn v in bondage to the
worst slave mastei thai exist*
cd, an i uttei |y urn hie to
i heir libei ly, Sttan nUo gii ined
pi issessii n of tlii- w i if Id to i be
t that G it to Ad in
and v , as a li.anin ..n I I'en
soire then he has ln( n i he pi
of tins world, in Adams si, nd.
When jesus was on earth he s|
of Sai hi as the "i.....e of this
u orhl",
, i lieVoneliid, d )
N 0 I I
Gasoline
STANDARD Off. CO'S (J .5.
ii l\ I Sol I ii qu intities
I i)ne i i-i I Ion and u|iw.i uK for
one shilling a gallon.
11 iim* ..I so Rations at a i
i. .ii. ul .j s t to i,-i in ii when
empi v.
I he special Drams do nwny
with the necessity of buying s
link.
A
FOR 5ALF
OPEN BOAT.
App'y,
I had. Johnson,
i inn's 1 lai hour
I I. uthera.
Live
Georgia
Turkeys
"Just here Per Frances E."
from Miami Fla
Price Is. 6d. lb
Live weight
Call up Phone 136
NOTK ! i
Gasoline
SI \\'h\Hh Oil C*VGasolene
in quantities of j gallons
and upward for one shilling per
r,,i lion Hi G.H
Bring a Vessel foi small quanti-
.
Diuirs liny l.c had with "drum
lots.' s bjeel i" retu :i w n mi empi v
Reo the F I i I irs sold at
Mil ,||S.
count f. o. li. factory,
i for I lire,
I ill ) h irnlril f a li'-. a week.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept in stock, rvliiiilei ml and
\ rn Giea*e a upei ialty.
t .in even sill you a very conve-
nient storage drum with fun-it to
keep gasoline. Come and see
them.
AI ply 'o
I. P. SIMMS,
17 Market Street.
Nov. iS, !,i |,
R-EMr.MI.CR!
No homo wm.or can be com-
plete without "Muaic"
Wl are nHei in a line of High
I Iradi Piai -, PI Iyer Pi.
, Piano I'.. -., and Reed
Orgai ll le for every home,
t i nd si i
.mil Ii i us >end i"I1 f tinsc instiu-
ii nts dnecl In m to to j our
home I lays ti I. Absolutely
FKEF. foi askm ,l your.
si li.' >111 in-ii md term
the I',. st in ti- I.
rHE RISING STAR
Dilli-i Street
W, I \V. & Co.
See !
()
I'K ?| I a"'
of POR I MAM" WORK
I'M i i nstmas,
SANDS, I' ntographer,
- et, City.
R I. A I.
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOPS.
WILLIAMS
-mm! MAN
II ji i 11 i i\ nl a
large i i nji nl n|
I its and Shoes most
nl which in'
SWUM.h. I OIS
of I, .' and 3 |>a iis of n
brand and st v Ir i i all sis !S
which are 8 sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In many instances the discount i<
not less than
90 pet i "tit nn the
REi iULAR I'UI. ES
Call to d.iv nnd convince your
tell Hi it tii.s is n nut her lot of
tli.w Exceptional Bargains
uhich is eve \ now and thru
nff.Mi 11 a i
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE \\l RET All
SHOE ESTABLISH MEN I'.
277 270, I5ay-st,, ,
I


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