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N I Zhc {Tribune Thursday, Fel>rvir> 12. 1914 — Among the passengers per "Miami" to-day is Mi. II B H addon-Smith a son of His Excellency the Governor. Those who landed from the •Steamship "Saratoga" oq Tues day morning had a hard time, of it. \\>. wonder whether they would like to repeat such an experience. It was thrilling at times, hut such thrills, if coming too oft. :., are apt to upset the nervous system. If the "Saratoga" could have got inside the II irbour. how differed I it would have Ix en for all concerned The lug started from the whfu soon after 6 a.m. She was handled with great skill, bin i: %  • .is a good while before she could be brought to her pro per place under the lee of the steamer. Very soon a new hawser popped and another one had to be run out. The steved handled the baggage very capably, and then last of all the passengers came down the gangway. The hearts of ob servers stood still for a moment when one side of the gangway broke away with a high Dignitary <>f the Roman Catholic Church on it. But he kept his mind and reached presence of mind and the deck of the tender safely. A Sick lady was te::d( rlv brought down on a chair and peopi i looked at her apprehensively for some time after she was placed in a position of com* p rnhve comfort. Another lad> kepi up a cheerful flow of tal Idle going on (lie tender I 1 mi the ship to the bar, but she tookcare to keep a grip with one hand on the strong hand of the Port Officer on her right, and with the other hand on die strong hand of another nan on her left. The tug had to make a separnti ip to the "V'igilancia" for ; issi ngers. Lunch was -j n lid for them aboard the "\ dancia", but they had to • I %  e it untasted I ecause the t< ndei was ready for the shore 1 -lore they could discuss the rable meal. I low much of these inconve. niencies -and i erhaps worse w mild have been endured if we had a deepened harbour? It is very noticable that the carts employed in removing the old pots, kettles and pans from the roadside are not over loaded. They could tasily carry double the load. The mail steamer "Miami" arrived this morning from Mia mi with the following passengers:— Misses Joan Sullivan, Sophia Sullivan, Ellen Sullivan, M. E. Doyle and E. Fofgan. Mes dames James Sawyer, M. N'ester K. N. Doyle, S. Keith, C. D. Averill, R. H. Sherwood, and H. Hegfrtes; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sweis, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mc Milliau, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Falk, Mr and Mrs Robt. 15. King, Mr and Mrs R J Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Cuyler, Adams, Mr and Mrs. F. A. Ward; Messrs O. S Baker, Leland Sawyer, Leonard Sawyer, A. A. Bee be. Geo. II Leslie, A J Perry, and II B I laddonSmith. Mesdames Mary Gibson and Margaret Knowles; Messrs I i Wyley and William Wal %  The "Miami" steamed for Miami this afternoon. %  f Hon. House of Assembly, Tuesday, Feb. IO. 1014 Present :—Hon. Harcourt Malcolm, K. C, Speaker, Mr W.C B. Johnson, Deputy Spe iker. the I Ions. Jas. I' SanrtS.G. II Gamblin, G. II. Johnson, \lesrs Turtle, Weech, Dr. Culmer Cole, Williams, Andvrsoi llowen, J. R. C. Young, Ann brister, E. V. Solom VIoseley, L. W. Young, Moore,*Al!i n v, T. Culmer, Iirice. Cuny, and K. Solomon. Mr. Sands on behall of the Secretary of the Colony laid on the table a Writ of Election for one member to represent the district of Eleuthera by which it appeared that Richard William Sawyer Fsq. had received a majority of votes Mr Sawyer being in attendance Was conducted to the Clerk's table and took the Oaths of Al eral Hospital for a personal allowance which application is Sup| 01 ted by the Commissioners of the Hospital and theChief Medical Officer and recommended by the Governor. On' Motion of Mr. Anderson leave of absence was granted to Mr. Chaa R.Bel hell, senior member for the Western District, until his return to the Colony. (To be continued) Cat Island, Jan. 27, 1914. The Editor of rribune". pear Sir, What good is gained by Pessimist writing more letters to the daily paper ? I don't believe in writers abusing one another whether they call themselves "Church man Jones" or "Churchman Sober", but I have heard of .1 proverb which says "He that excuse hi nself, accu ei him self '. and Pe i( list is merely ing himself. II "Resjdent" did an injustice to Arthur's Town nobody has written to contradict his state mentS because nobody who is truthful can. I submit these facts : It itrue that a nan named Rich,ud Jackson began to dig witch at I) rvil's Point and st) i til 1 1 wei fnl IJI I; is true that let was allowed to break open the v. ,tnd dig up the Mooring of a half I >/ n B iptist Chapels in senn h of "Obeah" which I) .1 con-. ,,nd Leaders were supposi d to put there to "catch" one another. 13) It is true that he threaten ed to do the same in the buildings of the Church but the Rector got alter him so briskly and followed him so fiercely that he ended by goin<; to prison for a mouth. (4) It is true that when Jack son heard that the Magistrate his prices ranging frorru^s. to '(7) It is true that he publicly die.u r,> d "Obeah" in the yards of 1 score of people between Arthur's Town and < tiange Creek. (8) It is true that he washed down and dressed whole families in the blood of creatures. (0.) It is true that he spent over £5 in one 'tore buying himself goods from the proceeds of his traffic. fto! It is true that although Xilhur'sTown had a J. I'. and a stipendiary constable—nothing was done. Hi, It is also true that there is .1 very stringent Iiw dealing with obeah. The Rector is human and therefore open to the commit' tine of faults, but that he has [done a splendid work for our I i.'o|ii-'. no (me w 1!I deny. It is of no valuetherefore to write abusive letters and quote do : latin to hear them out. Mr. Charles I < i bson is no doubt a very excellent person. I>ut we would rather see our publit men Bn I • spe< ially teachers of Youth on the side of civilization, fighting superstition, rather than trying to gam a little cheap popularity by contending tfith those who have seen the outcome of plaj ing to the gallery when principles are involvi 1 I remain Yrs., OBADIAH HEPBURN. Itgiance and qualification after at \rthur*s Town was away which he handed in a statement and after making diligeit enof his qualification and took his quiries and finding that the %  eat. Rector was crippled in bed he The members of the %  %  I committee of Flections went to the Clerks table and were sworn in according to law. Two Messages from His Excellency the Governoi were pre Bente I by the Hon. Jas. V. Sands, \o. 15, transmitting the Auditor's report for 1013 and No N'ortl made hasty tracts for tlie end. (5) It is true that had the Rector beer, well or the Com missioner been in place, Jackson would never have done ai he did, lie evidently knowing tiedifference hetween Jupiter and a "bttl tin god on wheels." 15, transmitting an application (I merely quote). from Dr. J. J. Culmer, Resident I (6) It is true that he publicly Surgeon of the Bahamas Genpreached "Obeah" and named Cold Rock, Acklins bland, February 2nd [914, The F.ditot of the Tribune Dear Sir, Kindly allow me space in your Valued columns to ask a few questons of those in autho rity as well as the public at large. Why is Acklmsso little cared for, why is she so little looked upon, is she the least among the group,does She give no revenue? Who is Long Cay, and where does she derive her revenue. What arc her consumers in coin parison with those of Acklins? Long Cay is but a sea port or a place of call for Acklins. All the Sponge, Sisal, Teg. nmnitae, Bark, Dye wood etc. sh'pp -d from this port are from A klins, the steam boat supply of men are from Acklins. Long Cay is nestled in the curving belt of Acklins as a babe in the arms of its mother; take



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"WW ^ I II E TUIlJilNE away hen starvin om I,on : D i be ^ Cay Would Ins sentence without any show of emotion. pulili ana a die Now Sir, what does the govJdhannisthal, u.—Aviator ernment allow this poor old i$Tbolen made a worlds altitude land annually for the purpose, record iota flight in an aeroof clearing her roads and other plane today when, with four ; |ic works hardly anything;, passengers, he attained a height this island has over 135 of 9?.5 f eet miles of public roads with nothing to clear them. I notice this year that there is no call foitTenders for cleaning roads or for public works. A few men nre"Sent out by theJ. 1'. to "do what v011 can v Uome 11.—Members of the New York and Chicago baseball teams were today piesented to the 1'ope. Experts explained the line points of baseball to tlie in the wav of ft^ie whn became SO keenly inng, and warning them/ trested that he express. ,1 the "there are only 6 dayslope that baseball would be inon the roads this veai fa troduced into all Catholiccoun re no money to pay you ff tries. Th W i; would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we nohave on h .nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS, guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Suma) Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises b\ skilled workrw < and creat pains arc taken in produce an arti< le of superioi ']uality. The success we have met with in the 1 ast leads us confidently to expeci the patronage of connoiseurs. I. L. SAUNDERS & Co. Pav Street. Notice. A I.I. persons are hereby ordcred by the Hoard of badly attended* to, and adly arrived here today in the teeth j Health fo have their yards and wed. in some place 10, 12, 15, of a terrific gale. The seas were i ots thoroughly cleaned, And to f ( et an d go on ; sea grape and s enormous that she proceeded ; n ave a n rubbish, old cans, bottle;, etc., removed therefrom, before February 28th, 191-1. Accumulations of rubbish plaWild serpent roots run act.-s to Southampton without land the roadsand nothing brushes ing passengers or mails. across tin m except the horses hoofs and the people's fc-et. London, u.-\ dozen or | ce 4 at the sid<* of streets under s and ttie people s Complaints have to be made, to ".ore militant suffragettes anest ;| us order, will those who'hold the grant and ed last nigbt in connection with the Pjibhc expense until the an doing the work, they emdisturbances attending the feiUldatt mentioned ; but alter th.. ure of the police to arrest Mrs date, viz.: February aotn, an Pankhurst were sentenced to persons who have failed to comploy such people as hang around their kitchen chopping wood, aad add a little from their grits b^riel to their meagre wages. %  \Y und irstand that in past VSars papers have been drawn be removed at brief terms in jail today. Some had their cases adjourned. Tokio, 11.— The police today all navv sr, anda up under the head of public had practically tenders when there has been no j disturbance grow gnderatall. diets refusal to vote la koftonWe want tli'' government tolfidence in the government beiospect all public work, but we cause 0 do not want the government to do the work themselves, it should be put out on open contract. Thanking you for space, allowed. I have the honour to be AN ELECTOR. plv with this order, will be compelled to remove their accumulations to the dumping ground at their own expense, and will addition, be nable to prosein ng out of the cution. By order of the Board of Health [AMES 11. KNOWLES, Clerk to the Board. 28th January IQHM BY RADIO. Closing St k quotation* Am d Co| pet V I B. b. qa Can. I\.c. 21( i I'euna. ,,,;, Reading % % %  St. Paul 10a, Sou. Pac. •.< ; Union Pac. i6ai U. S Steel 6.1I New York Central M Santiago de Cuba. II.—A # %  vi" earthquake shock was felt here today 110 damage has been reported. London. 11.— Announcement was made 111 the house of com mons today by Lewis Harcourt Secretary of State for the Colonies that Viscount Gladstone will quit his post as Governor t initial of South Africa in June. CONTINUATION R E A IBargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. W ILLIAMS THE SIIOLMAN Has just received H large consignment <>f Boots andShoes must of which are SAMPLE LOTS of 1, and 3 pairs "[ a brand and style in all sizes which are being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: In man) instances the discount il not le-s than 20 per cent on the REGULAR PRICES Call to day and convince your self that tins is another lot of those Exceptional Barga which is every new and tie n offered at WILLIAM-' WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT. 277 270, Bay-stieet, PA V Bil New York, n.—Justice Davis the supreme court today seniiced flans Schmidt convicted 'the murder of Ann Aumeller idie in the electric chair at fchgsing in the week beginning latch ujrd. Schmidt received Mr. I". S. Powell the photographer, is soil taking tnose


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: lit 1 K 1 I. N t IS possibl) the i t (r Loud I ccentl L$$ %  anng. Jfi ' %  persons in Bay street—128 or I ' ) days. 2 Impeding Constable j '• illiam Sands in the execution Ills dlltV VI i!nv imnrioui Joshua DorsettRefusing to pay on demand of the Clerk of the market toll for the use of two stalls in the fish market—I Fined as. 6d. and ordered tooav 13. toll. %  Zacheua Alburv—Breach Street rraffic Rules .is. or 3 days. 3—Israel AdderleyUsing profane and indecent language in sight and hearing of persons] in Bay street—16s. or ta days. Elilzabeth AdderleyLoud shouting, profane and ind language in si^lit and he of 11 10 \\ "f ins duty —20 days imprison ment. John Sim rup Impi ding i Coastal le William Sands in the execution ,f ||j s dutyDismiss ed. James Walker. John Cambridge, Jos. Eneas Breach Street traffie rules-First ^Lumber & Shingles. tincd 4s. each. Eneas 8s or 6 ,'•'."' \t • ,,, FUST received a Cargo from John Major—Illtreating a horsef"l Jacksonville per M-I,....H.. by working same in a carriage | "Loui* I." while lame in the left foreleg— "! %  ttJtloand 11 N 3 >, md a'*i 8s or 7 days lam "ilier •>,/• %  f Inn 1 req liittl. Granville Synimonette and ''rices to suit rvny IHHIV. JaneSymmonette—Loud shout a 5"•"" s J' l'" ->"i. 4* ing and fighting in Blue Hill P*' tl '" uv "" 1 "ml upward. Road—Dismissed. CHA.J KELLY ft BRo. 4—Abraham Ameen Profane and indecent language in sight and I earing of persons in pi!Mi. street—las. or in da vs. honias Rearce—(11 Profane' "AMI %  : all IV.:.,..,:' iC in : %  • : ... I i ..' %  • %  ... Ci : tl> UiiW.lti I it IS fa .it-1 a.! v. the w %  .: tnr ;:.:. 1 w : 1 ::'.; L) ;; li pi '" %  1 %  1 v. 1. The < i to be u.iiiid on the li mou itain ridg 1 % %  %  1 SOAP is r< in I :n all parts or the C Vi!l 'C,l W I" (1. W. V M ITHEH UNDERTAKER D ESIRES 10 inform Ins fi in.. and the Public that I e jusi received a complete outfit m Facitiiie* foi il t buisness of an ud dertfiler, u bich places him In 1 posiiion to ri ry out Funerals thjl may be entrusted to his cure wit] system and despatch; and respg fully solicits theii patronage my Pi ices firsi HI p^ Shingles a! $6.6oper ihoui !" ' '''." ( ls M w ." sand of 20 bundlt Discounts 011 lots (,f nvei 1 1 shingles. 11175, le*j 10 ! %  > • em dis. cnunt f. n. IJ. fa< (ory, Ren < ".irs 11 HO fni 11 nc, B rvcli-1. ii|. ,1 f ,, 10s, H I k, \ut nobilo ii ijcyi If sii| plir 1 HI C X Tk • u,t ll "" 1 %  '' I hicvel special Price i v *"<* %  ***** also on1 cheap r grades also 1 in ^ n w n ,,,,, ,. 5m. Cypress a I %  '' %  > /2per nient stoinjre druin with fnucit m thousand of 20 bundles. This l: i -' s "iii''. Come HTIII see price made possible by a very .' large pun lias I resh to k arriving every week. C. C. SAl'NDERS Apply 10 J. I'. SIMMS, %  17 M :. kei street FOR SALE r lll\ uiiuli' outfit contained in the Eastern Livery Maiden comprising (Mccinj .-•-, horses,] bainen etc. and conducted l>v MUNROK tS: MORRfS, East Hay Street. fa*. %  -. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. FRESH VI 1.1 TABLE SI RD.i \l .-n I.EITUCF VXD RADISHI S i liiiii';: ; i' m l Wititi 1 Se 1 1 11. \i II. KEMP, 1 it'l.incv I'nu 11 Store, N.\ss,\| BXRGAIN i")i-s|. ARE RECEIVING l Ins M c i ( f, \ m ,, l( ., Pme In ri ii.! of FURXII I Hi co isiiim_ iii .1 1,H ; %  ,. v.. iei j 'I.V" A R.Ml 'IKs 'Tirsi st.ir" HXMS Selliiid at j-' c ent per ll> Brine 1 ss I lain at 30 o m pt*i II 111. h ii_ M.l s,,||s,|i_i|' Hi 30 1 1 "I I"' 1 lh AT THE ROYAL STORE. .1. L. SAONDERS ft Co ANNA E.RAH Proprietress Of The Vogue-, "i4u Bon Marche Stores" and Bijoi A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L ADIES Dress Goods, in t Lust re %  Serges, Ratine white and Colo tred CM (lin^s, Crepes. CreponS, M.'irquisettes, Bengalines, LandsJ dowries, Spot Muslins, Kmbroiderefj Muslins, Veh I • Embroidered Batistes, In sore Suitings, Embroidi 1 v Flouncings, ()verall Embroi dery and Overall Lace. I.;K es and Insert ions. Rib li HIS plain and fane}' I ates) | Style Belts Lace Collars Kmbroiderv Collars. Ladies White, Black, Pink, Blue, Ileliolrope, and (irey SilkStockings Men's Wlaie, Blat k, Grey Navy Blue, Alice Bine, Helio, and Green Silk So* ks with Sill< Ties to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk Parasols, Silk Evening Scarves, I" autiful Handbags Handsome Japanese Gocdi Genuine lush Linens ol a kinds. FOR SALE O NE Rubbr|Tire Phaeton in A 1 Condition Apply ol Tribune Office NOTICE. r l Its js tu inl inn my P itrnul .md the Public in 1 iciici || thai I have opened my Public Black Simili Shop; and am now ready to \\>> .inytlinij in tinline of Geneial repair01 new woil< llori Shoeing Specially. All work dodj Mechanically. 1 P. A. Nuyler, Hay Mic.t, K.iM (W'liaiP



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5 a) •o o 50 •r 4 s 0) Nulllvis ad hi i M .. ivjrnre in vcrba ma (jlsti i. Beiny bound to swear (o the Dogmas >f no Master VOL. XI. NASSAU. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. Feburary 12.1914 No. 52 l EON E % %  IH'I'I ("II, I'lTOB u I K I • Mi.R Of; r i a 4 \I IKKBT -TKKKT HI rl. P. '><•. '. il. H I HLISHE^ DAILi M. '..v, V'ednesrtai ajid Friday — li({l popj i 1'ifvl.n Inn.-ila\ 4II. SfltnfVIa)— sii-ulc Ptipt %  •• id •Vi-.-lv|v 4 |'l I 1 fil v I'.4'! ) i ly 4*. rfaliYpmh • 8*. V>*j i '' i' i. V.\ f. IK IS IDVANCF.. Ailvertitinp Rates Six pence |*i liiie f,,: in~! i rtion ; three pern • %  \ ei lii e 'or second insertion; and one penny per in i i i subsequent insertion*. Advertisements unrlei eight litiet 4<. pimiE \u\'[>n:R & IHE ,II )\IT.;R (;..[•; ISSUE. II ) v HE KEPT I r HI/ )\' Itil-l COUNTRY. In his recent iipeech it Lee l Mr Asijiiili effectively answered the I' try ch irge of bavin: • n ked tlia Home Rnle issue during the lifetime of the IQ >6 9 Parliament, w!i Mi the l.i'i-r il lull da ir mi I .iinrivet 'II I 1 I'll''' ; •!" I ll '' monstraied cleirly thnts^lf-s v rn incut for Ireland was a prominent issue in both o 1 ihe iq,f> elections, in view f T'l y st itements it ih" present lime, epci illy lli it of Mr, Austen Chanrbtil iin, to Mia ell % %  t lh it ill %  < iivi'iiiiii'iit is en. deavouri n rn f nee through Pat. Iwnienl a revolution on which the eUc'ors have never been consult, eel, it iimport ml that this mat'.ef -ii %  i | : i i fitearlv understood Wc Ihen foie leprinl Mr. Asquith's %  iHiemenl is f" lows : — "In March, 19118, when that Par. Iiament had been in exisiM.ee only two viMr>, Mr. Redm mil bmuuht forward 1 motion in the H % %  "I Commonto the effecl I' •' Hie MI. lution f purel> lush .ill HI?; nd there Wn id. ded to it, at the instance ol v fiiend the present Attoruey-t ', %  nei. nl, "subject tothesuprcniean INM Ily of the Impeiiul Paihamti 1." 'I h it yv 1 11 1 *A"T i'~'* ifi t fqflSf; end ilns was in the l'.irli.unent m which we were supposed lo have burked I lorne Rule bee ms' we wrre not then dependent upon the Irish vole, I sp 'ke un behiilf "f the G weniment >n thit motion. We bad ihen A m >\ >rity of about too %  •ver any possible combination of all the parties. This is what I S.-IK' : For 2" y.us, and more than 20 years I and many of my colleagues have steadily & consistently voted loi propositions which while explicitly safeguarding the supreme autlmrity of Ihe larperml Parlia. ment, ilecl ired that 'he ultimata solution of the Insh problem Could only he found in a system of self-government in regard to I--c.i 1 .ilf.urs. From th.it opinion I h ive nevei receded. An.1 I went on to say — I have alwavs regarded what is called Home Uule in Ireland as p irt in I parcel a inns 1 in Rent P ii I agree in p t both of policy 1 nl tune —of a more comprehensive ch inge, The constitutional problem is to get fee the Imperial Parliament lot Imperial affairs, ami in matters puielv local to rely more ant mote on local option and loc il m ichinei y. Ireland is ii\ f.n th • inr! ui .: % %  ii c isa hi c iuse II is lie one und >m i Ii %  • failure of Hi itish statesmanship. til M.I.I'A'dK 10 tune. I challenge sny critic to I is.'over one hairibreath of difference from the policy winch I then declared to be the settled po'icy of Liberal ism, when we were in a majority transcending all parties in the Si tte HI 1 Ihe policy we are now see ma lo cany 1111 1 law. A'year afterwards, when the House of Lords had rejected the fludget, arid anothei Genl.Election took place, in lanuary,|Qio b J want 10 the Albert Hall, and pointed out to my fellow liheials throughout ihe country, that the Parliament hill was regaided by us not as an end but as a means to an end. To wli it end ? The attainment "( long-delayed Liberal refbrmt.Com ing to the Irish Question Iteferied to the speech I have already qum ed, and I used these wools — it was before the General Election ; we still had the mimpairedin tegriiy P of the then rweiNm House of Commons and a inability over all the othei parties in ihe" State : — I repe it here to-night the solu lion of the problem is to be found (. %  iilv in iina way : b) a policy which, while explicitly safeguarding the supreme authority of the Imperial Parliament will set up in Ireland a s\stm|of full self govern in-lit in regard 10 purely Irish a If. 1 if-. (Cheers 1 I H dried, to make the 111,1 iter perfectly clear, that that Parliament was disabled in ad. vance from proposing anv such solution, but that "ir the new House of Commons the hands of the Liberal Government and of the Liberal majority will in tins matter be entirely free". Now in view n( these declarations, i 1 is inoonceivakle that any one who voted, even in the General Election of January 1910, for the Liberal party and lor the passing of the Parliament Bill, did not do so with a full knowledge that it was our intention to make use of the power which the House of Com mom had obtained to grant self-government to Ireland. (Cheers. We had another election m l)ecember of the 1 ie j ear. In the course of thai election Lord Laos, downesaid to a great public meeting : "Mr. \squith has made it perfeetlv 1 leii lhal if the Parliament Hill is arricd the first use of i: will be applied in the carry. ing of I lome Rule," IN I'lIK MAGISTRATES COURT. Feburary. 3—Euphemia Rahming—Idle assembly with others and creating B disturbance 111 I'ay street and refusing to move away when requested by constable No. 43, Jerome Thompson—-14 days Aram iota launders— Inciting Euphemia Rahining to resist Constable I hompson while in the execution of Ins duty — 1 s. or 7 days. William iiainoiul Key Drunk in street— 5s. or 4 days. (continued on the .jtlrpage 1 JL


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Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. Feburary 12.1914
No. 52
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Advertisements unrlei eight litiet 4<.
pimiE \u\'[>n:R & ihe
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II ) v HE kept I r hi/ )\' .
Itil-l COUNTRY.
In his recent iipeech it Lee l Mr
Asijiiili effectively answered the
I' try ch irge of bavin: n ked tlia
Home Rnle issue during the life-
time of the iq >6 9 Parliament,
w!i Mi the l.i'i-r il lull da ir mi -
I .iin- rivet 'II I1 I'll'''; !" I ll" '' -
monstraied cleirly thnts^lf-s v rn
incut for Ireland was a prominent
issue in both o1 ihe iq,f> elections,
in view f T'l y st itements it
ih" present lime, epci illy lli it of
Mr, Austen Chanrbtil iin, to Mia
ell t lh it ill < iivi'iiiiii'iit is en.
deavouri n rn f nee through Pat.
Iwnienl a revolution on which the
eUc'ors have never been consult,
eel, it i- import ml that this mat'.ef
-ii i | :i i fitearlv understood Wc
Ihen foie leprinl Mr. Asquith's
iHiemenl is f" lows :
"In March, 19118, when that Par.
Iiament had been in exisiM.ee only
two viMr>, Mr. Redm mil bmuuht
forward 1 motion in the H..... "I
Common- to the effecl I' ' Hie mi.
lution ernmenl rould nnly he attained oy
giving to ihe Irian people legisla-
tive and executive control <>f pure-
l> lush .ill hi?; nd there Wn id.
ded to it, at the instance ol v
fiiend the present Attoruey-t ', nei.
nl, "subject tothesuprcniean Inm i-
ly of the Impeiiul Paihamti 1."
'I h it yv 1 11 1 *A"T i'~'* ifit fqflSf;
end ilns was in the l'.irli.unent m
which we were supposed lo have
burked I lorne Rule bee ms' we
wrre not then dependent upon the
Irish vole, I sp 'ke un behiilf "f the
G weniment >n thit motion. We
bad ihen a m >\ >rity of about too
ver any possible combination of
all the parties. This is what I
s.-ik' :
For 2" y.us, and more than 20
years I and many of my colleagues
have steadily & consistently voted
loi propositions which while ex-
plicitly safeguarding the supreme
autlmrity of Ihe larperml Parlia.
ment, ilecl ired that 'he ultimata
solution of the Insh problem
Could only he found in a system
of self-government in regard to
I--c.i 1 .ilf.urs. From th.it opinion
I h ive nevei receded.
An.1 I went on to say
I have alwavs regarded what is
called Home Uule in Ireland as
p irt in I parcel a inns1 in Rent
P ii I agree in p.....t both of policy
. 1 nl tune of a more comprehen-
sive ch inge, The constitutional
problem is to get fee the Imperial
Parliament lot Imperial affairs,
ami in matters puielv local to rely
more ant mote on local option
and loc il m ichinei y. Ireland is
ii\ f.n th inr! ui .: ii c isa hi c iuse
II is lie one und >m i Ii failure of
Hiitish statesmanship.
til M.I.I'A'dK 10 tune.
I challenge sny critic to I is.'over
one hairibreath of difference from
the policy winch I then declared
to be the settled po'icy of Liberal -
ism, when we were in a majority
transcending all parties in the
Si tte hi 1 Ihe policy we are now
see ma lo cany 1111 1 law.
A'year afterwards, when the
House of Lords had rejected the
fludget, arid anothei Genl.Election
took place, in lanuary,|QiobJ want
10 the Albert Hall, and pointed out
to my fellow liheials throughout
ihe country, that the Parliament
hill was regaided by us not as
an end but as a means to an end.
To wli it end ? The attainment "(
long-delayed Liberal refbrmt.Com
ing to the Irish Question Iteferied
to the speech I have already qum
ed, and I used these wools it was
before the General Election ; we
still had the mimpairedin tegriiy
P
- of the then rweiNm House of Com-
mons and a inability over all the
othei parties in ihe" State :
I repe it here to-night the solu
lion of the problem is to be found
(.iilv in iina way : b) a policy
which, while explicitly safeguard-
ing the supreme authority of the
Imperial Parliament will set up in
Ireland a s\stm|of full self govern
in-lit in regard 10 purely Irish
a If. 1 if-.
(Cheers 1 I hdried, to make the
111,1 iter perfectly clear, that that
Parliament was disabled in ad.
vance from proposing anv such
solution, but that "ir the new
House of Commons the hands of
the Liberal Government and of the
Liberal majority will in tins mat-
ter be entirely free".
Now in view n( these declara-
tions, i 1 is inoonceivakle that any
one who voted, even in the Gen-
eral Election of January 1910, for
the Liberal party and lor the pas-
sing of the Parliament Bill, did
not do so with a full knowledge
that it was our intention to make
use of the power which the House
of Com mom had obtained to grant
self-government to Ireland.
(Cheers.
We had another election m l)e-
cember of the 1 ie j ear. In the
course of thai election Lord Laos,
downesaid to a great public meet-
ing : "Mr. \squith has made it
perfeetlv 1 leii lhal if the Parlia-
ment Hill is arricd the first use
of i: will be applied in the carry.
ing of I lome Rule,"
IN I'lIK
MAGISTRATES COURT.
Feburary.
3Euphemia RahmingIdle
assembly with others and creat-
ing B disturbance 111 I'ay street
and refusing to move away
when requested by constable
No. 43, Jerome Thompson-14
days
Aram iota launders Inciting
Euphemia Rahining to resist
Constable I hompson while
in the execution of Ins duty
1 s. or 7 days.
William iiainoiul Key Drunk
in street 5s. or 4 days.
(continued on the .jtlrpage1
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N I


Zhc {Tribune
Thursday, Fel>rvir> 12. 1914

Among the passengers per
"Miami" to-day is Mi. II B
H addon-Smith a son of His Ex-
cellency the Governor.
Those who landed from the
Steamship "Saratoga" oq Tues
day morning had a hard time,
of it. \\>. wonder whether they
would like to repeat such an
experience. It was thrilling at
times, hut such thrills, if coming
too oft. :., are apt to upset the
nervous system. If the "Sara-
toga" could have got inside the
II irbour. how differed I it would
have Ix en for all concerned !
The lug started from the
whfu soon after 6 a.m. She
was handled with great skill,
bin i: .is a good while before
she could be brought to her pro
per place under the lee of the
steamer. Very soon a new haw-
ser popped and another one had
to be run out. The steved
handled the baggage very ca-
pably, and then last of all the
passengers came down the
gangway. The hearts of ob
servers stood still for a moment
when one side of the gangway
broke away with a high Digni-
tary <>f the Roman Catholic
Church on it. But he kept his
mind and reached
presence of mind and
the deck of the tender safely.
A Sick lady was te::d( rlv
brought down on a chair and
peopi i looked at her apprehen-
sively for some time after she
was placed in a position of com*
p rnhve comfort. Another la-
d> kepi up a cheerful flow of
tal Idle going on (lie tender
I1 mi the ship to the bar, but
she took- care to keep a grip
with one hand on the strong
hand of the Port Officer on her
right, and with the other hand
on die strong hand of another
nan on her left.
The tug had to make a separ-
nti ip to the "V'igilancia" for
; issi ngers. Lunch was
-j n lid for them aboard the
"\ dancia", but they had to
I e it untasted I ecause the
t< ndei was ready for the shore
1 -lore they could discuss the
rable meal.
I low much of these inconve.
niencies -and i erhaps worse
w mild have been endured if we
had a deepened harbour?
It is very noticable that the
carts employed in removing the
old pots, kettles and pans from
the roadside are not over loaded.
They could tasily carry double
the load.
The mail steamer "Miami"
arrived this morning from Mia
mi with the following passen-
gers:
Misses Joan Sullivan, Sophia
Sullivan, Ellen Sullivan, M. E.
Doyle and E. Fofgan. Mes
dames James Sawyer, M. N'ester
K. N. Doyle, S. Keith, C. D.
Averill, R. H. Sherwood, and
H. Hegfrtes; Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Sweis, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mc
Milliau, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Falk,
Mr and Mrs Robt. 15. King, Mr
and Mrs R J Sullivan, Mr. and
Mrs. Cuyler, Adams, Mr and
Mrs. F. A. Ward; Messrs O. S
Baker, Leland Sawyer, Leonard
Sawyer, A. A. Bee be. Geo. II
Leslie, A J Perry, and II B
I laddon- Smith.
Mesdames Mary Gibson and
Margaret Knowles; Messrs I i
Wyley and William Wal
The "Miami" steamed for
Miami this afternoon.
f
Hon. House of Assembly,
Tuesday, Feb. io. 1014
Present :Hon. Harcourt
Malcolm, K. C, Speaker, Mr
W.C B. Johnson, Deputy Spe ik-
er. the I Ions. Jas. I' SanrtS.G. II
Gamblin, G. II. Johnson, \lesrs
Turtle, Weech, Dr. Culmer
Cole, Williams, Andvrsoi ,
llowen, J. R. C. Young, Ann
brister, E. V. Solom......VIoseley,
L. W. Young, Moore,*Al!i n v,
T. Culmer, Iirice. Cuny, and K.
Solomon.
Mr. Sands on behall of the
Secretary of the Colony laid on
the table a Writ of Election for
one member to represent the
district of Eleuthera by which it
appeared that Richard William
Sawyer Fsq. had received a ma-
jority of votes
Mr Sawyer being in attendance
Was conducted to the Clerk's
table and took the Oaths of Al
eral Hospital for a personal al-
lowance which application is
Sup| 01 ted by the Commission-
ers of the Hospital and theChief
Medical Officer and recommen-
ded by the Governor.
On' Motion of Mr. Anderson
leave of absence was granted to
Mr. Chaa R.Bel hell, senior mem-
ber for the Western District,
until his return to the Colony.
(To be continued)
Cat Island,
Jan. 27, 1914.
The Editor of rribune".
pear Sir,
What good is gained by Pes-
simist writing more letters to
the daily paper ?
I don't believe in writers
abusing one another whether
they call themselves "Church
man Jones" or "Churchman
Sober", but I have heard of .1
proverb which says "He that
excuse hi nself, accu ei him
self '. and Pe i( list is merely
ing himself.
II "Resjdent" did an injustice
to Arthur's Town nobody has
written to contradict his state
mentS because nobody who is
truthful can. I submit these
facts :
. It i- true that a nan nam-
ed Rich,ud Jackson began to
dig witch at I) rvil's Point and
st) i til 1 1 wei fnl.
IJI I; is true that let was al-
lowed to break open the v.
,tnd dig up the Mooring of a
half I >/ n B iptist Chapels in
senn h of "Obeah" which I) .1
con-. ,,nd Leaders were supposi d
to put there to "catch" one ano-
ther.
13) It is true that he threaten
ed to do the same in the build-
ings of the Church but the Rec-
tor got alter him so briskly and
followed him so fiercely that he
ended by goin<; to prison for a
mouth.
(4) It is true that when Jack
son heard that the Magistrate
his prices ranging frorru^s. to
'(7) It is true that he publicly
die.ur,>d "Obeah" in the yards of
1 score of people between Ar-
thur's Town and < tiange Creek.
(8) It is true that he washed
down and dressed whole fami-
lies in the blood of creatures.
(0.) It is true that he spent
over 5 in one 'tore buying
himself goods from the proceeds
of his traffic.
fto! It is true that although
Xilhur'sTown had a J. I'. and
a stipendiary constablenoth-
ing was done.
Hi, It is also true that there
is .1 very stringent I- iw dealing
with obeah.
The Rector is human and
therefore open to the commit'
tine of faults, but that he has
[done a splendid work for our
I i.'o|ii-'. no (me w 1!I deny.
It is of no value- therefore to
write abusive letters and quote
do : latin to hear them out.
Mr. Charles I < i bson is no
doubt a very excellent person.
I>ut we would rather see our
publit men Bn I spe< ially teach-
ers of Youth on the side of civi-
lization, fighting superstition,
rather than trying to gam a lit-
tle cheap popularity by con-
tending tfith those who have
seen the outcome of plaj ing to
the gallery when principles are
involvi 1
I remain
Yrs.,
OBADIAH HEPBURN.
Itgiance and qualification after at \rthur*s Town was away
which he handed in a statement and after making diligeit en-
of his qualification and took his quiries and finding that the
eat. Rector was crippled in bed he
The members of the I
committee of Flections went to
the Clerks table and were sworn
in according to law.
Two Messages from His Ex-
cellency the Governoi were pre
Bente I by the Hon. Jas. V.
Sands, \o. 15, transmitting the
Auditor's report for 1013 and No
N'ortl
made hasty tracts for tlie
end.
(5) It is true that had the
Rector beer, well or the Com
missioner been in place, Jack-
son would never have done ai
he did, lie evidently knowing
tie- difference hetween Jupiter
and a "bttl tin god on wheels."
15, transmitting an application (I merely quote).
from Dr. J. J. Culmer, Resident I (6) It is true that he publicly
Surgeon of the Bahamas Gen- preached "Obeah" and named
Cold Rock,
Acklins bland,
February 2nd [914,
The F.ditot of the Tribune
Dear Sir,
Kindly allow me space in
your Valued columns to ask a
few questons of those in autho
rity as well as the public at
large.
Why is Acklmsso little cared
for, why is she so little looked
upon, is she the least among the
group,does She give no revenue?
Who is Long Cay, and where
does she derive her revenue.
What arc her consumers in coin
parison with those of Acklins?
Long Cay is but a sea port or
a place of call for Acklins.
All the Sponge, Sisal, Teg.
nmnitae, Bark, Dye wood etc.
sh'pp -d from this port are from
A klins, the steam boat supply
of men are from Acklins.
Long Cay is nestled in the
curving belt of Acklins as a babe
in the arms of its mother; take


"WW
^
I II E TUIlJilNE
away hen
starvin
om I,on
: D i be
^ Cay
Would
Ins sentence without any show
of emotion.
pulili
ana
a
die
Now Sir, what does the gov- Jdhannisthal, u.Aviator
ernment allow this poor old i$- Tbolen made a worlds altitude
land annually for the purpose, record iota flight in an aero-
of clearing her roads and other plane today when, with four
;|ic works hardly anything;, passengers, he attained a height
this island has over 135 of 9?.5 feet-
miles of public roads with no-
thing to clear them. I notice
this year that there is no call
foitTenders for cleaning roads
or for public works. A few men
nre"Sent out by theJ. 1'. to "do
what v011 can
v
Uome 11.Members of the
New York and Chicago baseball
teams were today piesented to
the 1'ope. Experts explained the
line points of baseball to tlie
in the wav of ft^ie whn became SO keenly in-
ng, and warning them/ trested that he express. ,1 the
"there are only 6 days- lope that baseball would be in-
on the roads this veai fa troduced into all Catholiccoun
re no money to pay you ff tries.
Th
Wi; would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we no-
have on h .nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS,
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Suma)
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises b\ skilled workrw <
and creat pains arc taken in produce an arti< le of superioi ']uality.
The success we have met with in the 1 ast leads us confidently to expeci
the patronage of connoiseurs.
I. L. SAUNDERS & Co.
Pav Street.
Notice.
A I.I. persons are hereby or-
dcred by the Hoard of
badly attended* to, and adly arrived here today in the teeth j Health fo have their yards and
wed. in some place 10, 12, 15, of a terrific gale. The seas were iots thoroughly cleaned, And to
f(.et and go on ; sea grape and s" enormous that she proceeded ;nave an rubbish, old cans, bot-
tle;, etc., removed therefrom,
before February 28th, 191-1.
Accumulations of rubbish pla-
Wild serpent roots run act.-s to Southampton without land
the roadsand nothing brushes ing passengers or mails.
across tin m except the horses
hoofs and the people's fc-et. London, u.-\ dozen or | ce4 at the sid<* of streets under
s and ttie people s
Complaints have to be made, to ".ore militant suffragettes anest ;|us order, will
those who'hold the grant and ed last nigbt in connection with the Pjibhc expense until the
an doing the work, they em- disturbances attending the feiUldatt mentioned ; but alter th..
ure of the police to arrest Mrs date, viz.: February aotn, an
Pankhurst were sentenced to persons who have failed to com-
ploy such people as hang around
their kitchen chopping wood,
aad add a little from their grits
b^riel to their meagre wages.
\Y und irstand that in past
VSars papers have been drawn
be removed at
brief terms in jail today. Some
had their cases adjourned.
Tokio, 11. The police today
all
navv sr,
anda
up under the head of public had practically
tenders when there has been no j disturbance grow
gnderatall. diets refusal to vote la kofton-
We want tli'' government tolfidence in the government be-
iospect all public work, but we cause 0
do not want the government to
do the work themselves, it
should be put out on open con-
tract.
Thanking you for space, al-
lowed.
I have the honour to be
AN ELECTOR.
plv with this order, will be com-
pelled to remove their accumu-
lations to the dumping ground
at their own expense, and will
addition, be nable to prose-
in
ng out of the cution.
By order of the Board of Health
' [AMES 11. KNOWLES,
Clerk to the Board.
28th January iqHm
BY RADIO.
Closing St k quotation*
Am d Co| pet V I
b. b. qa
Can. I\.c. 21( i
I'euna. ,,,;,
Reading .
St. Paul 10a,
Sou. Pac. .<;
Union Pac. i6ai
U. S Steel 6.1I
New York Central M
Santiago de Cuba. II.A #
vi" earthquake shock was felt
here today 110 damage has been
reported.
London. 11. Announcement
was made 111 the house of com
mons today by Lewis Harcourt
Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies that Viscount Gladstone
will quit his post as Governor
t initial of South Africa in June.
CONTINUATION
R E A I-
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
THE SIIOLMAN
Has just received h
large consignment <>f
Boots andShoes must
of which are
SAMPLE LOTS
of 1, and 3 pairs "[ a
brand and style in all sizes
which are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In man) instances the discount il
not le-s than
20 per cent on the
REGULAR PRICES
Call to day and convince your
self that tins is another lot of
those Exceptional Barga
which is every new and tie n
offered at
WILLIAM-'
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT.
277 270, Bay-stieet,
PAV Bil
New York, n.Justice Davis
the supreme court today sen-
iiced flans Schmidt convicted
'the murder of Ann Aumeller
idie in the electric chair at
fchgsing in the week beginning
latch ujrd. Schmidt received
Mr. I". S. Powell the
photographer, is soil taking
tnose tures us heretofore.
Is that really so Prank ?Oh yes!
Alright Frank, I will go an.I see
him this day and have minetaken.
But where can I find him Frank?
Go to his hm.se a few \ards be
I low Government House western
gate,!. -. on Blue Hill Koad. He
them all sizes and his prices
I takes ..
Geneva, ll.Aviator Par-'are pretty reasonable, thanks
miller Hew nverMont Blanc and very much. Good bye
landed in theOsti Valley today.
I le attained
an
000 feet.
altitude of 16,
I
Philadelphia, n.The trial
of Captain berry of the Mer-
chants and Miners Steamer Nan-
tucket charged with negligence
in the collision with the Old
Dominion Liner Monroe on Jan
uary 30th begun here today be
fore United Stales local inspec
tors of steam vessels.
5 p. m, every
T

Good-bye Prank !
Time at Sudio I
9 to 11 a. 31. : 3 t'i
day. ____
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
FUSSEL^
MILK
bjjanj?,^"' r^r
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
$8 King Street.


: lit
1 K 1 I.
N t
IS

possibl) the
i t (r
-
Loud I
ccentl L$$
anng. Jfi
persons in Bay street128 or I '
) days. 2. Impeding Constable j '
illiam Sands in the execution
Ills dlltV VI i!nv imnrioui
Joshua Dorsett- Refusing to
pay on demand of the Clerk of
the market toll for the use of
two stalls in the fish marketI
Fined as. 6d. and ordered tooav
13. toll.
Zacheua AlburvBreach
Street rraffic Rules .is. or 3
days.
3Israel Adderley- Using
profane and indecent language
in sight and hearing of persons]
in Bay street16s. or ta days.
_ Elilzabeth Adderley- Loud
shouting, profane and ind
language in si^lit and he
of 11
10
\\
"f ins duty 20 days imprison
ment.
John Sim rup Impi ding i
Coastal le William Sands in the ,
execution ,f ||js duty- Dismiss
ed.
James Walker. John Cam-
bridge, Jos. Eneas Breach !
Street traffie rules-First ^Lumber & Shingles.
tincd 4s. each. Eneas 8s or 6
,''."' \t ,,, FUST received a Cargo from
John MajorIlltreating a horsef"l Jacksonville per m-i,....h..
by working same in a carriage | "Loui* I."
while lame in the left foreleg "! ttJtloand 11 n 3 >, md a'*i
8s or 7 days lam "ilier >,/. f Inn.....1 req liittl.
Granville Synimonette and ''rices to suit rvny IhhIv.
JaneSymmonetteLoud shout a5""" sJ',l'" ->"i. 4*
ing and fighting in Blue Hill P*' tl'"uv""1 "ml upward.
RoadDismissed. CHA.J KELLY ft BRo.
4Abraham Ameen Pro-
fane and indecent language in
sight and I earing of persons in
pi!Mi. streetlas. or in da vs.
' honias Rearce(11 Profane'
"AMI !
: all
IV.:.,..,:' iC
in
:
: ...
.
! I .

i ..'" ...
Ci : tl> UiiW.lti I it IS
fa .it-1 a.! v. the w . .:
! tnr ;:.:. 1
w : 1 ::'.; L) ;; li pi
'" ' 1 1
v. 1. The < i to
be u.iiiid on the
li mou itain ridg
1 1 Soap is
r< in I :n all parts or the
C Vi!l 'C,l W I" (1.
W. V M ITHEH
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES 10 inform Ins fi in..
and the Public that I e
jusi received a complete outfit m
Facitiiie* foi il t buisness of an ud
dertfiler, u bich places him In 1
posiiion to ri ry out Funerals thjl
may be entrusted to his cure wit]
system and despatch; and respg
fully solicits theii patronage
my Pi ices firsi hi are the very low esl foi the fust cl
work.
/
NO'I K I. !
Gasoline
a"d indecent language in street vj 1 \\l I \KH Oii ,.s \i...,,,
os. or 7 days. (2) Resisting | O "^pints sold in qiMiititir* ..f 1
1 onstableDestoup .11 t icecu #H"ons md upumd foi mie shilling
tionof his dutylos.or lodavs '"'' gallon hi Cm e.
Bring .c V---.-: | sum 1,1 quanli.
O 111 JTl^ieS Drums may be h Best No. i Heart sin Cvpress ''l""' M:I,J"'' '" "''" :' w'" ">p^
Shingles a! $6.6oper ihou- i" ' '''." ( "ls M'w."
sand of 20 bundlt
Discounts 011 lots (,f nvei
1 1 shingles.
11175, le*j 10 !> em dis.
cnunt f. n. Ij. fa< (ory,
Ren < ".irs 11 HO fni 11 nc,
B rvcli-- 1. ii|. ,1 f ,, 10s, H I k,
\ut nobilo ii ijcyi If sii| plir
1 hi
C X Tk u,t" ll""1" '' I hicvel
special Price iv *"<* *****
also on1 cheap r grades also 1 in^n wn ,,,,, ,.........,
5m. Cypress a I ''> /2per nient stoinjre druin with fnucit m
thousand of 20 bundles. This l:i' -'s"iii''. Come htiiI see
price made possible by a very .'
large pun lias .
I resh to k arriving every
week.
C. C. SAl'NDERS
Apply 10
J. I'. SIMMS,
17 M :. kei street
FOR SALE
rlll\ uiiuli' outfit contained in
the Eastern Livery Maiden -
comprising (Mccinj .--, horses,]
bainen etc. and conducted l>v
MUNROK tS: MORRfS,
East Hay Street.
fa*. -.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
FRESH VI 1.1 TABLE SI RD.i
\l .-n
I.EITUCF VXD RADISHI S
i liiiii';:;i'ml Wititi 1 Se 1 1 11.
\i II. KEMP,
1 it'l.incv I'nu 11 Store,
N.\ss,\| BXRGAIN i")i-s|.
ARE RECEIVING
l Ins mc, i( f,..... \m,, l(., Pme
In ri ii.! of FURXI-
I I Hi co isiiim_ iii .1 1,H;,. v..' iei j
B
REED and Wicker lint king
Ch.iiis from 14-. si(j_ 1..
M n \I-. 1 h 1 .i-st ,t. i)
Pai lour I al li s fiom 10s, to .
1. iin s, 1;. 1 i., nod i. In Ids, i)csi \V . Bureaux Wiislisi 11
Ms,1
l..iii;* -lii|i in ni ,f |m!i I.. .is 11 \
I ii s .11 ii cliilJifu'a I lats,
\|..ii- 11' s s ,.,,.,,,y Diaper,
e Napkii s, M iitiuv, Rub.
('iassu.....( I- mi in Id VV re,
I niwarc, N lions, Pa lure*, and
nils III lltliei ((IIods,
\. I- MOORE,
Jany, jSiIi 1011. Mai kel St.
\..ss;,|, N P.
F . 2 11111
Special Bargains
"C VI I. l-..\i>'I.V"
AR.Ml 'IKs 'Tirsi st.ir"
HXMS
Selliiid at j-'cent per ll>
Brine1! ss I lain at 30 o m pt*i II
111.h ii_ M.l s,,||s,|i_i|' Hi 30 1 1 "I I"'1 lh
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
.1. L. SAONDERS ft Co
ANNA E.RAH
Proprietress Of
The Vogue-,
"i4u Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijoi
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dress Goods, in
t Lust re , Serges, Ratine
white and Colo tred Cm -
(lin^s, Crepes. CreponS, M.'ir-
quisettes, Bengalines, LandsJ
dowries, Spot Muslins, Km-
broiderefj Muslins, Veh I
Embroidered Batistes, In
sore Suitings, Embroidi 1 v
Flouncings, ()verall Embroi
dery and Overall Lace.
I.;k es and Insert ions. Rib
li his plain and fane}' I ates)
| Style Belts Lace Collars
Kmbroiderv Collars.
Ladies White, Black, Pink,
Blue, Ileliolrope, and (irey
Silk- Stockings
Men's Wlaie, Blat k, Grey
Navy Blue, Alice Bine, Helio,
and Green Silk So* ks with
Sill< Ties to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Evening Scarves,
I" autiful Handbags
Handsome Japanese Gocdi
Genuine lush Linens ol a
kinds.
FOR SALE
ONE Rubbr|Tire Phaeton in
A 1 Condition
Apply ol Tribune Office
NOTICE.
rl Its js tu inl inn my P itrnul
.md the Public in 1 iciici ||
thai I have opened my Public
Black Simili Shop; and am now
ready to \\>> .inytlinij in tin- line of
Geneial repair01 new woil< llori
Shoeing Specially. All work dodj
Mechanically. 1
P. A. Nuyler, '
Hay Mic.t, K.iM (W'liaiP


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