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r Zhc Zxibime Tueadav. February 17. 1914 If President Wilson should succeed in abolishing the intended discrimination against foreign shipping as regards Panama Canal tolls, lie will to our mind, do something for the honour of his country There has always been a Strong body of opinion in the States against discrimination, ami the iudications are that il the President should take the action that he appears likely to take, th>' majority of his court.tr\ men will be ai Ins back. The British Labour Party are giving trouble because the South African Government has deported the leaders in the recent strike. While we deplore tins action on the part of the Botha Ministry, we yet cannot see how the Labourists in the old country can puh their present policy far. They are strongly democratic in their theories, and to urge the Imperial Gov ernment to interfere would Into run counter to their idea of giving a people the power to handle their own affair*. Another party might seek to bring strong pressure to bear on an autonomous state, but we do not see how the Labour party could consistently do so. But it will be a strange irony of fate if the Asquith Government, which was supposed t<> be pro Boer should, through this incident, become in any way S(ranged from the Boers, while the Conservatives, who wire Strongly against the Boers in the war arc applauding Botha for his drastic action. Our attention is frequently called to the 'success "I Bermuda as a Tourisl resort and the question, "Why is'il ? ed ; and wondei expri sseri at it. I here is no wonder abi ut it, Inone whatever. We hav< p \el> v much finei Himate than the {Bermudas, nui temperature beng more equable and less -ul Hen in change, ami the elements Jar less storm> than there, We pave finer roads, we have fruit a great variety and abundance ivhile Bermuda has none ; we lave san l beaches forsurf bathjig as arc unknown in Bermuda [iid unsurpassed anywhere, and e have two routes of travel from the United States while] Bermuda has but one. Again we have a much larger area of country, tbe area of the Bermudas being only equal to that of New Providence; yet we are outdone by Bermuda in the bidding for tourist patronage. What then is the cause? There are two chief causes. 1st. The men who control the destinies of the Bermudas and hold the purse strings have pursued a wiser policy; they soon reab/ d that the travelling public were demanding an ever-increasing size and speed in the ships in which to travel, and to mi et that contingency tin • unl sita lingly widened existing channels, cut new ones and deep their harbours i, P a< mim I .-it such ships as uere required ; i meet the demand of the travel I ling public; but they did nut stop at that, they saw that competition was in i --. :\ to reduce igi ra tes and fostered competition until now they \\<\\ < %  it to their great benefit ; but the) went still further seeing that when the cost of passage was reduced the i ost of accommn dation must also be reduced they promoted the building ol hotels and so reduced the cosi of accommodation. 2nd. '1 he business men of Bi rmuda w isely saw thai l could not depend upon milking the i Id "milch cow (the I'rea surj / for everything, th \ brought their energy .u,J eni I prise to beat, invest) d their mo : ney, promoted companii s to build or chartei sli airships, and to build In itels and al o to pro vide attractions and entertainment for those win. come to their shores. Bermuda also realized the value ol printers ink, not only I the government but proprietor's of hotels and hoarding housi s, and the interested steamship i companies all combined 10 m the travelling public know ol I the existence of the Bermudas. There are only two things which Beimuda has thai we have ii"' i nd cs nnot get, a Na val Station and a Military iai i ison. There is one thing which we have that Bermuda went have, automobiles running on oui streets. As attractions Bermuda has i in I laiiulton, Victoi la Park, ( imperatively small but beautiiul, with seats in it, and a park in St George; comparison are odious we know, but we ha\e no|park, why ? fbe Shelly Bay Raees are an institution; our Nobby Horse I 111 has grown up into a pigeon sh oting ci ippi< e. Why : The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club frequently gets up some fine regattas, our regattas are| things ol the park. fcWhy ? The Op ra I louse in Bermuda where theatrical performances angiven by companies from | the states, though comparative! ly small, is said to be up to date Jin its appointments; beside this • thereis the Mechanics I lall used I similai ly : we had a Theatre : that companies from America j usi d to pei form in, but that was before 1866, why not now. i Why ? W e have a number of ocean ; hohs that are surrounded by bush, in Bermuda they have one 'with a catch name "The Devils I lole" the ap| >roa< lies to it are made attractive and it is stock%  i u ith Bermudian fish whi< h interest strangers and pays the ow ner of the land, Why ? In Bermuda the government has convei t( d Agars Island into an Aquaria in well, we. ha-, e "talkeda out ii" for some lime, hiu it appears that we have no !' I .11111,111 lisll to put III It. Whs ? Small as the Bermudas are there are small steamboats plying regularly between them and available for excursions picnics and so foi th ; yet huge as the Bahamas croup is we have nothing ol the sort. Why • Why ? I'.ee,iii-eour Legislalure has been 1 Ollteill for agi t t" j let our passenger and hf the J. I i. L-ch man European Circus, which the citizevs of this community will remember as the "Cole iS: Rogers" shows who gave such 1 satisl iction to their pa • rons here s ime s \\ en or eight years ago Through honest endeavors i> please their patrons the J. H. bs hman Circus have gained for theii enterp 1 jse a superb reputation from their patrons and press in all parts of the world, ,uid till 11 coming to Nassau at ii1 ime of the season will n 1 doubt be well received by our amusement loving public. The company will arrive on the "Miami" on Tuesday morning next, February ?.j, and I e ginning the same e vening will exhibit for four day* only The Mail Steamer "Miami'' an ived at 5 n'clrx k this morn ing with the foil iwirtg pnssen gers and steamed for Miami at 11 tins forenoon — Misses S. M. Carpenter, Jessie Caadi v, ail Alice |< ubv; MeS dames (i I I lull. IV Kiani. and \I Isaacs; Mr and Mrs W. M. Kimhall, Ml and Mrs ,1. Kirhv, Mr and Mrs .1. C. Lb. rhart, Mr and Mrs .1. T. Doe, Mr an,I Mrs ft, I-'. Newton, Mr and Mrs C. II. Graham, Mr and Mrs C. K. Clauei; Messrs W I.. Brown. B R. Huff, T. I> Partridge, W. F. 11 ilden, I). C. I lawn, and (parland Roberts. Mes lames Caine Wilson and child and Julia Bushey; Messrs Ho*a d Wallace, Hester Rolle, Walter Russell, Benjamin Pin\



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Her. tjohn \V. Sands, John H.[failed him,and I for one wouh Johnson, William Rahming.Jlike to see the design. As Prince lv ihming and Zacharias Rahming. {> 7 ) The Ward Line "Stenmer" Havana arriv id "IT the port between four ami live o'clock tins morning; arid after ir.insferri ni eight nice to see the design, ,S you are a public spirited man, might you not pre-, for a p ioto f^r.ipli of it, to lie placed on exhibition, say, inJ.C. Musgrove's shop-window bo that all might 13V RADIO. Washington, 16. —President Wilson returned to his desk at the l..v cutive office to day. New York, i(>. Thos. Shar key one time champion pugilist was today sentenced to thirty see the object which nas engagdays imprisonment-and to pay ednosmall portion of youratten a ne ol r ve hundred dollarsfor {five passengers tion, and interested the public keeping a disorderly house in to t" the Tend -r, proceeded Havana. THAT B\ND-STAND. joth Feb. 1914 The Editoi if The Tribune fir, As I read your description of the prop< vd Band stand in the Tribune of the 14th inst.and followed your minute attention to detail, 1 endeavoured to con struct it in n,y mind and was baking rapid progress, lieu it lame to a full stopand failed to instant that you have seen the delineate am thing that might design for the new band stand be approved .fas bearing the and v u 1 v ' m ,'", be P le * ed Highest resemblance to the desig Wltn "• am glad ol that, be1 her's ideal.and rapidly revolving cause v i; %  -" hard '" I' 1 ''' 1 "'' it for a cansI found that you and lf '' P' Mses >'" u ll ou nt l0 bad committed an act of omis l >lease evervbody. But you connection with his cafe in 14th Street. London, id.— Suing as a "Common informer" William Blackburn, Knfdand, 16—A big cannon captured 1 from the Russians in the Crimean war and which has stood as an ornament m th>' city park lor sixty years was fired off last night by militant suffragettes. (beat excitement was casused by the explosion. No damage was done. HERE WE ARE AGAIN. 17th Feb. i'i \. The Editor of "The Tribune." Sir, 1 see by your issue of the 14th sum m negli ting to give ihe floor dim nsions, and thus '"' "• " K1 > ol the cause foi lie sluggishness ol mind was a-well. What do you Hunk ? The site seems to press very heavilylon youi si rise of fitness let us hope that it will neither be outraged, nor our City dish gnred with another eyesore. Yours, CORNET IN B., ker and member of parliament, who was convicted of being engaged in government contracts while voting 111 the house of commons. St. Johns, N.F. lb.—According to advices received heretoday from Bonne Hay the United State> naval tug Potomac which was held fast in the ice north "f the Gulf of St. Lawleu e was abandoned Saturday nighl by her crew of 30 men who landed safely in Bonne ( on t seem i> eased with the site ., .,-, %  , n,w. I he tug was driven sea waul bv yesterdays gale and The Annual Bazaar Bird in the Kings Bench Divi-1 An( j Sa ( fl)r thf> Benefit of sum today secured a judgment , Catho l ic Free Schools lorsixtv live thousand ilollars, ... , ., r /cc. c 1 1. \\ 1 be be ( on t he grounds ol against Sir Stuart Samuel, broo SAC HIl> HLART SCHOOL East Shirlev Street on Wednesday and Thursday, Beb ruary 18th and 19th. A large assortment of Plain and Fancy Articles of native make. Tea and Refreshments, light and solid. (iatcs open from 4 to 8 ji in. each day. for It. 1' inav not be the best, ... . ,, 1 waul iw yi sterdays gale (that is the: , B , so. 11 disappeared Iroin sight. band stand 1 can 1 asily be moved from one piace ti 1 anotliei, it do.s not matter where it is first V v York, 16.— A second snow storm which struck the citv today added five inches to 1.laced. Let s get it somewhere.:,, • . ,, ... the ten which fell on Saturday. As a result traffic which had alreadj been badly tied up was paralysed. 16.O O men are at work cleaning the snow from the stieets but it will take ten iv IIIIIHI was plaint) evident. Will you ted u % lf the floor of the band stand is to be of the Same si/e as the ptesent makeshift, 01 is it to be smaller, or larger, because if as you say, "it will be of great convenience for the performance <>f the now very popular conceits:" that will largely depend upon its being of Sufficient size to accommodate the j.resent band, and perhaps a greater number of performers in the future. There can be no question of the popularity of the 1 oncerts ; they are so, hei ause the ielections are of a character a lapted toa wi le range of musical tastes, from grave to gay, from lively to Severely classic, and in my hum pie npini in, for the purpose, c iimot be improved upon | do hoi profess to be a musical critic, yet I kn w the differed -• between good and bad execution and if it is good enough for me, it is so for m 1st of those here who hear it. Pardon thisdigres sion. If there be anything lacking to make the band-stand a thing of to increase the auditorv, let of beauty," now is the time to be put in the centre of the pathi loon carrying three passengers and then we can shift it some where els,allerwaids. "The lopsided in, inner" may, after all .said ami done, prove that wisdom is not the sole property ol one man. I heie is some talk about building a £"10,000 combination. Where? I hear on the west side of the Library < ireen. If the band stand is put iii the centre of the roadway it w dl be l"i sided witl the new building. What I say is this get the band stand am how don't split the vote as to where it is to be placed. Y"ti nays or longer to remove the snow il a freeze up should fo| low. London. —The divorce court dismissed for want of juriadiction the petition of the Countess ; t t < > \ f • ,| r 1 ,, ho \ j (1 i-ipiet james formerly Miss Pratt of New York h 1 asked to have hei marriage to the Duke Henry Borwin von Meek. lenburg-dei lared valid, have had so much to do with |w!l| .,, L |mvn ,, rjncc elections that I though, you Frederirk William of Germam knew better. It y>u don t look sharp, tieband stand will be a Lumber & Shingles. J US I received a I largo from Jacksonville per schooner "Louise F." 1 J, i\ x lOand 12, 30 ft. lengths and all > any othei sizes el lumber required. I'rices in suit every body. •^5 1,0011 Shingles in stuck. 24s. per thousand and upward, CM.XS.J. Kill.I.V & BRO. Nassau N. P. Feby. 2 19(4 Special Bargains "CALL EARLY" A RMOURS "Be* Star" MAMS Selling ;ii 20 cent per lb Bone'ess Ham at 30 cent per Ibl bologna Sausage al 30 ci nl per Ih AT THE ROYAL STORE. I L SAUNDERS A Co ( .is-of "I hou v el so fai." art so near and "OR REWOR." As vv understand, the Hand stand will be built so as to be easily moved, therefore we sav, for the sake <>f symmetry and it REMEMBER.! No home waa.or can be com] plete without "Music" / \: are oflei iflg a line of I ligh Grade Pianos, I'l.iver Pi. supply it. Its-,-ins tome that, way, then, vhtn the "combina4h< onlv torn; A mid he an ahturn" is built, if it become jje%  mce of p.-op 11 'ion in its parts, cessary, move it to tine sTde %  havenodoulittli.it the desigwhere, at present, it would be %  PI'S sense of this has not lapsided. ;l.d. was confined to ho> bed to-day I suffering bom an attack of ton| -iliiis. New York, 16.—The War IT I Line steamer Yumuri in to day \\ from Cuba grounded on a sand -, Piano O.gans, mid Weed bar in AmbroM Channel during IOigatisKuiiatile f. every home. the snow storm.'Tugs hai • %  been '' : •'"' | see ur !•• catalogue tent t<> her assistance, |nd let us send one of these insttu* merits dnect fr#m factory t> your home for 311 tins 11 ial, Absolutely FREE for asking.Choose for yourj self.Oui instoi'iii'i.ts ami terms;, ip the best in the World. i*HE RISING STAR Dillei Street W. F. W. 6 Co, Berlin, 16. A spherical bal M mi. tains, lOUI lll^llt landed in the' Ural liussia, after a 47 from Bitterneld Germany. This is probably a record in balloon flights. -L



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mm any such attack Against the head of any nation. Criticism he said was pormissable, but persona. abuse w .ulrl not he tolerated. He said h would take car.of Scurrilous Dial Mirpn" and would orevent a repetition of attacks on President Wilson. Paris, 15.—Advance information from the secretive dressmaking ateliers on Spring styles which appear February 15th says dresses will be loose, easy and floppy. The low skirt surrounded by heavy flounces will give an impressionol looseness with a short Clinoline affect, New York, 15—Tlie Trues severely criticizes Mayor Mitchells views thit a mayor should besubj-ct !ni u MI ,f found unsatisfactory, I he I noes calls it a useless professional .,, foolish doctrine and says there is at present no programme in law for putting a mayor out of office durirg his term by popular vote, and there is not likely to beany such law. Notice. A LL persons arc hereby ordered by the Board of Health tu have their yards and lots thoroughly cleaned, and to have all rubbish, old cans, bottles, etc., removed therefrom, before February 28th, 1914. Accumulations of rubbish placed at the sides of streets under this order, will be removed at the Public expense until the date mentioned ; but after that date, \i/. : February 28th, all persons who have failed 10 comply with this order, will be compelled to remove their accumu lations to the dumping ground al tin ir 0 A n expense, and will in addition, be liable to prosecution. By order of the Board of I lealth |AMES II KWOWLES, Clerk to the Hoard. 28th January 1911. W i". would inform all who appreciate a Gc.od Smoke that we now have on n.ml an extensive Stock of II \V W \ CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an attic le of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. I.. SAL'NDERS A Co. M,-i\ Street. •NEW NATIONAL" < "IDEAL" HANI) MACHINES •NEW HOMra "RUBY" FOOT MACHINES FOR SALE BY CHAS E, ALBURY. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of Its excellent quality. A CHEAP l.o 1 ob USEFUL ARTICLES 1 APGE suip plait* 1 2] I. _j Mug* i\-\. 3d. 4d. Large enamel pUch'-is is. ( A \ Large enamel 1 liamhei* 2s. 12 nv-ie niclcle clocks 2s. Od. EiiHiut-l stew pins |s 6d. and 2S Yrll.'w chambeis 'c',, is 1-. 6 I Hand lamps is. Stand ditto, is. 61I. A job loi ol 50 sets fancy china pitchers od. is, is 6d, 3 dazen mure of those cheap huricane lantern* 2s. Muffin pans, Pol C"\vt-, Pudding pans, Saucepans, Kettels, Large enamel dish pans is. ( .|. and is. Fancy f"ot tub* is. A CHANCE 111 \ I WE DON'T GET EVERY DAY. 4 only extra large fine willow rockets 18s. Cane teal parlour chairs js. Large wood lioiioms rockers I >. Tahhs 4s., 10s., ids. Due Letter Press 4s < 'all quickly at KNICK KWCK STORK, 30 Market Street, I RRSH VEGF I.M'.I I SEEDS ALSO LETTUCE AND RADISHES rhrougfiout Winter Season. •\i ll. KEMP, Delancy Town Store. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. FOR SALE NASSAU IUKCI \l\ HOLM ARE RECEIVING This week from America 1 Pine and Larue assortment of FURNITURE 1 'insist my of a large variety nf R LE I) and Wicker Hacking Chairs froai 14s. stg. t" 32-. each Also an asstrnt, of Oak Parlour I ahles from 10s. to 2MS. Ladies, Gents, and Cliilds, Desks, Wi idrobes, Sidehards HI d Nedsleads, Hurei ux Washstands. Also Large ship nenl of |oh Lois I >y 1 ioodi, I.,nlies ;,i,d children's I lals, More pes. Sanitary Diaper, l able Napkins, \l iiting, Rugs, Glassware, Enamld Ware, Tinware, Notions, Pictures, and lots of other goods, V P. MOORE, .liny. 2H1I1 1914. Market St. I just received ANNAE.RAE Proprli reas Of The Yoftn, "Au Bon Mi.rche Stores" and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L ADIES Dress Goods, in Lustres, Serges, Ratines white and l .loured Cor(linos, Crepes, Ciepcms, Marquisettes, Bengalines, Landsdowries, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered Muslins, Velvets, 'Embroidered Batistes, Tussore Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, (>verall Embroidery and Overall Lace. I.aces and Insertions, Ribibons plain and fancy Latest j St vie Belts Lace 'Collars, 1 Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Black,Pink, ; Blue, Heliotrope, and (irey I Silk Stoi kings Men's White, Black, Grey Navy nine, Ali< e Blue, Helio, and Green Silk Socks with Silk Ties to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk Parasols, Silk Kvening Scarves, Beautiful 1 landbags Handsome Japanese (ioi ds Genuine Irish Linens ol all kinds. W. A. M UNDER l D E^IR I S 10 inform Ins frie and the Public I lift t I e 'HER %  \KI-.R ends lias a complete outfit of facilities fn tlir In n s, ,,( an undertaker, which places him in a posit inn to carry out Funerals that I, . 1 ;| v I'e entrusted to Ins care with Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress ny n and despatch: and reaiect Shingles Shingles at 99.6a per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on kits of ovei 5000 shingles. Special Price also >n cheaper grades -also jin. Cypress at $6.72 per fully Solicit* then patronage (ift my Prices fust and piove that they are the very lowest for the fust class work, NOTICE T HIS is to inform my Patron and the Public in Genera Irons ial that I have opened my Polilic l.l'is Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line of General repair or new work Horse, o NT. RubbeijTir* Phaeton in A 1 Condition Apply ot Tribune Office [nice made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. I Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. Huvler, Hay Street. East (Wharf;



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QD o 7) (0 *• U B < Nulllus addictus |ursre in verba maglstri. Being bound lo swear to the Dogmas sf no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Tuesday. Feburary 17.1914 No. 56 LEON E H. DUPI'CH, EDITOR AND PSOPBISTOI OKKHIJ8 4 MARKET STKKET Nassau NP., BAHAMA*. i'. (. Bon 16* PUBLISHED DAILi Monday, •Ve.iiie> ami Fiiday— siiiKlr copy ... ... j'l rueaday, Thursday and Saturday— single copy ••• id >Veekly ... ... 4l'l Monthly ... I. 4d Quarterly < s. HalfYcarU 8a. Yearly ... '"PAYABLE IN A DVAN( I Advertising Rate* Six pence pei line for first insertion ; three pent t net line for second insertion; and one fenny pei line for subsequent insertions Advertisements undet eight lines ^. CABLEGRAMS. London, it. — Miss Edith Durham, whose dispatches (rum the Balkans contained some of the moat vivid description of the horrors of Ilia recant war, lectured in London tonight. She expressed liei conviction I hut "No Red Crow aid Ought to be sent out in a war. To heal mens wounds ami lend tliein back lu the fron as soon as possible if 10 prolong war inilelmite ly." But for the Red C rosi Rid, she Slid, the war would have been end***] much sooner than it WHS. Naples, ii.—Orders weie received lodaj from Ihe Italian Mmistei "I Marine f"i theprepara ti"ti of a squadron of Italian war vessels la participate in the iittei national naval gthering in ecu. neelion with the opening of the Panama Canal, London, II.—TIM members of the Royal bounty Down Ladies Goll Club have decided 10 follow the rumple of lbs Royal Deltas! Ladies Club and abandon goll in order to leave themselves Ires to work lot the Unionist cause, London, II.—The Bishop of London paid another visit to Hill. lovvay Jail today and interviewed Miss Mai i. HI and Mus Brady, Itto suffragette pusoners who were being forcibly led. After Italing that lie strongly disappioved of suffragette methods, the bishop reports the results of his visit, He s.ivs lie found the two prisoners well clothed and cared far, neither complaining of any personal unkindn s I he Dishop concludes: "I am Mire Mial I saw things exactly as they are that nothing could have been arranged f >r my visit. I am suie also that, whether the orders ate nght or wrong, the officials are carrying them out in the kindlit si possible spit it". Washington, 14,—Senator Bacon of Georgia died here this af ternonn following a prolonged illness, He was 75 years old and haH been senator from Georgia for nearly 20 years. San Francisco, 14. When the tians-Pacific liner 'I er.yo Maru arrived today it was le.irned I hat on Januuy 8til Mrs Charles 11. Wood, widow of a California broker who dud in In hi on December 51It, jumped overboard near Singapore and was drowned. Mis Wood who w..staking home her husbands ashes left a note saying that she could not live without him. IY RADIO. Liverpool, 14. —Lieut. John Cyril Porter formerly of the British naval flvirg corps, s 1 iled for Ne* York today to prepare for the flight across the Atlantic, He said hi expected to m ike the flight BCrOSI 111 24 hour-. Washington, 14. Democratic lenders ;ire proceeding cautiously 111 handling the pending anti-trust bills ns Ihtv fear that their pmgramme of legislation would in operation upset business. Serious consideration has been given to the proposal that the entire programme of legislation be re-drafted. NVw York, 15th.—The entire northern pirt of the United States lay undei a covering of snow Irom six to forty two inches thick last night. Railroad traffic eas. of the Mississippi was seriously crippled. All trains to New York on every railroad werCSmurs 'ate, telegraph and telephones'were wot king unII der a handicap, at sea there were fears of a falling barometer. TransAtlantic liners and ships ftom the south were buffeted by heavy seas. In New York City nine and seven tenths inches of snow fell and sur face transportation went oul of use lor many hours. 15.000 men who were out of work found jobs at 20 cents an hour clearing away the snow. Havre, 15.—The French Liners Niagara from H ivre February 7th for New York is in d.stress about 250 miles off Ush nit in latitude 48. 58 North Longitude II. 42 West. The captain reported by wireless that the vessel after encountering very heavy weather had lost her starboard prepellor and one blade from the port propelloi. A steamer has been sent to her assistance. The Niagara catries 147 passengers of whom 4C are 111 the cabin. New York, 15. — -wprein" Court Justice Blackmail in Brooklyn yesterday granted certificates of rei s inabH' doubt to Joseph Cassidy and Louis Walter recentjy convicted foi the sale of a supreme court comination to Wm. Willett, Jr, in 19,11. Tins not only acts as a st.iv of sentence, ^endir.g an ap peal, but gives to the petitioners who are now in Raymond Street Jail, the privilege of bail. 1 he case may not come up for hearing for a year. Albany, 15.—State Treasurer John J. Kennedy committed suicide here to day by Cutting his tiuoat. lie was 10 have appeared Monday before the grand jury in giaft investigations. Mexico, City, 15 Nelson C. ShaughneskV, Ameucan Chaige d'Affaires pud avisil today tojl'resident llueitrt who e.xpiessed deep regret at the recent newspaper attacks n 1 President Wilson, especially m T.I lmpiici.il, of which Diak Miron is the editor. President I Inert.1 told the American Charge d'Affaires that he would not permit personal abuse of himself by any newspaper and he would not allow (continued on the 4th |*gc l


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Nulllus addictus |ursre in verba maglstri.
Being bound lo swear to the Dogmas sf no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Tuesday. Feburary 17.1914
. No. 56
leon e h. dupi'ch,
Editor and Psopbistoi
okkhi- j8 4, market stkket
Nassau N- P., Bahama*.
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PUBLISHED DAILi ,
Monday, Ve.iiie> ami Fiiday
siiiKlr copy ... ... j'l
rueaday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy id
>Veekly ... ... 4l'l
Monthly ... I. 4d
Quarterly ........ HalfYcarU ..... 8a.
Yearly ... '"-
PAYABLE IN A DVAN( I .
Advertising Rate* Six pence pei line
for first insertion ; three pent t net line
for second insertion; and one fenny pei
line for subsequent insertions
Advertisements undet eight lines ^.
CABLEGRAMS.
London, it. Miss Edith Dur-
ham, whose dispatches (rum the
Balkans contained some of the
moat vivid description of the hor-
rors of Ilia recant war, lectured in
London tonight. She expressed liei
conviction I hut "No Red Crow aid
Ought to be sent out in a war. To
heal mens wounds ami lend tliein
back lu the fron as soon as possi-
ble if 10 prolong war inilelmite
ly."
But for the Red C rosi Rid, she
Slid, the war would have been
end***] much sooner than it WHS.
Naples, ii.Orders weie re-
ceived lodaj from Ihe Italian
Mmistei "I Marine f"i theprepara
ti"ti of a squadron of Italian war
vessels la participate in the iittei
national naval gthering in ecu.
neelion with the opening of the
Panama Canal,
London, ii.TIm members of
the Royal bounty Down Ladies
Goll Club have decided 10 follow
the rumple of lbs Royal Deltas!
Ladies Club and abandon goll in
order to leave themselves Ires to
work lot the Unionist cause,
London, II.The Bishop of
London paid another visit to Hill.
lovvay Jail today and interviewed
Miss Mai i.hi and Mus Brady, Itto
suffragette pusoners who were
being forcibly led. After Italing
that lie strongly disappioved of
suffragette methods, the bishop re-
ports the results of his visit, He
s.ivs lie found the two prisoners
well clothed and cared far, neither
complaining of any personal un-
kindn s
I he Dishop concludes: "I am
Mire Mial I saw things exactly as
they are that nothing could have
been arranged f >r my visit.
I am suie also that, whether the
orders ate nght or wrong, the of-
ficials are carrying them out in the
kindlit si possible spit it".
Washington, 14,Senator Ba-
con of Georgia died here this af
ternonn following a prolonged ill-
ness, He was 75 years old and haH
been senator from Georgia for
nearly 20 years.
San Francisco, 14. When the
tians-Pacific liner 'I er.yo Maru ar-
rived today it was le.irned I hat on
Januuy 8til Mrs Charles 11. Wood,
widow of a California broker who
dud in In hi on December 51It,
jumped overboard near Singapore
and was drowned. Mis Wood who
w..staking home her husbands
ashes left a note saying that she
could not live without him.
IY RADIO.
Liverpool, 14. Lieut. John
Cyril Porter formerly of the Bri-
tish naval flvirg corps, s 1 iled for
Ne* York today to prepare for the
flight across the Atlantic, He said
hi expected to m ike the flight
BCrOSI 111 24 hour-.
Washington, 14. Democratic
lenders ;ire proceeding cautiously
111 handling the pending anti-trust
bills ns Ihtv fear that their pm-
gramme of legislation would in
operation upset business. Serious
consideration has been given to the
proposal that the entire programme
of legislation be re-drafted.
NVw York, 15th.The entire
northern pirt of the United States
lay undei a covering of snow Irom
six to forty two inches thick last
night. Railroad traffic eas. of the
Mississippi was seriously crippled.
All trains to New York on every
railroad werCSmurs 'ate, telegraph
and telephones'were wot king un-
II
der a handicap, at sea there were
fears of a falling barometer. Trans-
Atlantic liners and ships ftom the
south were buffeted by heavy seas.
In New York City nine and seven
tenths inches of snow fell and sur
face transportation went oul of use
lor many hours. 15.000 men who
were out of work found jobs at 20
cents an hour clearing away the
snow.
Havre, 15.The French Liners
Niagara from H ivre February 7th
for New York is in d.stress about
250 miles off Ush nit in latitude
48. 58 North Longitude II. 42
West. The captain reported by
wireless that the vessel after en-
countering very heavy weather
had lost her starboard prepellor
and one blade from the port pro-
pelloi.
A steamer has been sent to her
assistance. The Niagara catries
147 passengers of whom 4C are 111
the cabin.
New York, 15. -wprein" Court
Justice Blackmail in Brooklyn yes-
terday granted certificates of rei
s inabH' doubt to Joseph Cassidy
and Louis Walter recentjy con-
victed foi the sale of a supreme
court comination to Wm. Willett,
Jr, in 19,11. Tins not only acts as
a st.iv of sentence, ^endir.g an ap
peal, but gives to the petitioners
who are now in Raymond Street
Jail, the privilege of bail. 1 he case
may not come up for hearing for
a year.
Albany, 15.State Treasurer
John J. Kennedy committed sui-
cide here to day by Cutting his
tiuoat. lie was 10 have appeared
Monday before the grand jury in
giaft investigations.
Mexico, City, 15 Nelson C.
ShaughneskV, Ameucan Chaige
d'Affaires pud avisil today tojl're-
sident llueitrt who e.xpiessed deep
regret at the recent newspaper at-
tacks n 1 President Wilson, especi-
ally m T.I lmpiici.il, of which
Diak Miron is the editor. President
I Inert.1 told the American Charge
d'Affaires that he would not permit
personal abuse of himself by any
newspaper and he would not allow
(continued on the 4th |*gcl


r
Zhc Zxibime
Tueadav. February 17. 1914
If President Wilson should
succeed in abolishing the in-
tended discrimination against
foreign shipping as regards Pa-
nama Canal tolls, lie will to
our mind, do something for the
honour of his country
There has always been a
Strong body of opinion in the
States against discrimination,
ami the iudications are that il
the President should take the
action that he appears likely to
take, th>' majority of his court.-
tr\ men will be ai Ins back.
The British Labour Party are
giving trouble because the South
African Government has deport-
ed the leaders in the recent
strike. While we deplore tins
action on the part of the Botha
Ministry, we yet cannot see
how the Labourists in the old
country can puh their present
policy far. They are strongly
democratic in their theories,
and to urge the Imperial Gov
ernment to interfere would In-
to run counter to their idea of
giving a people the power to
handle their own affair*. Ano-
ther party might seek to bring
strong pressure to bear on an
autonomous state, but we do
not see how the Labour party
could consistently do so. But
it will be a strange irony of fate
if the Asquith Government,
which was supposed t<> be pro
Boer should, through this inci-
dent, become in any way S-
(ranged from the Boers, while
the Conservatives, who wire
Strongly against the Boers in
the war arc applauding Botha
for his drastic action.
Our attention is frequently
called to the 'success "I Ber-
muda as a Tourisl resort and
the question, "Why is'il ?
ed ; and wondei expri sseri at it.
I here is no wonder abi ut it,
Inone whatever. We hav< p \e-
l> v much finei Himate than the
{Bermudas, nui temperature be-
ng more equable and less -ul
Hen in change, ami the elements
Jar less storm> than there, We
pave finer roads, we have fruit
a great variety and abundance
ivhile Bermuda has none ; we
lave san l beaches forsurf bath-
jig as arc unknown in Bermuda
[iid unsurpassed anywhere, and
e have two routes of travel
from the United States while]
Bermuda has but one. Again
we have a much larger area of
country, tbe area of the Bermu-
das being only equal to that of
New Providence; yet we are
outdone by Bermuda in the bid-
ding for tourist patronage.
What then is the cause?
There are two chief causes. 1st.
The men who control the desti-
nies of the Bermudas and hold
the purse strings have pursued a
wiser policy; they soon reab/ d
that the travelling public were
demanding an ever-increasing
size and speed in the ships in
which to travel, and to mi et
that contingency tin unl sita
lingly widened existing chan-
nels, cut new ones and deep
their harbours i,P a< mim I .-it
such ships as uere required ; i
, meet the demand of the travel
I ling public; but they did nut
stop at that, they saw that com-
petition was in i --. :\ to reduce
igi ra tes and fostered com-
petition until now they \\<\\ < it
to their great benefit ; but the)
went still further seeing that
when the cost of passage was
reduced the i ost of accommn
dation must also be reduced
they promoted the building ol
hotels and so reduced the cosi
of accommodation.
2nd. '1 he business men of
Bi rmuda w isely saw thai l -
could not depend upon milking
the i Id "milch cow (the I'rea
surj / for everything, th \
brought their energy .u,J eni
I prise to beat, invest) d their mo
: ney, promoted companii s to
build or chartei sli airships, and
to build In itels and al o to pro
vide attractions and entertain-
ment for those win. come to
their shores.
Bermuda also realized the
value ol printers ink, not only
I the government but proprietor's
' of hotels and hoarding housi s,
and the interested steamship
i companies all combined 10 m
the travelling public know ol
I the existence of the Bermudas.
There are only two things
which Beimuda has thai we
have ii"' i nd cs nnot get, a Na
val Station and a Military iai
i ison.
There is one thing which we
have that Bermuda went have,
automobiles running on oui
streets.
As attractions Bermuda has
i in I laiiulton, Victoi la Park,
( imperatively small but beau-
tiiul, with seats in it, and a
park in St George; comparison
are odious we know, but we
ha\e no|park, why ?
fbe Shelly Bay Raees are an
institution; our Nobby Horse
I 111 has grown up into a pigeon
sh oting ci ippi< e. Why :
The Royal Bermuda Yacht
Club frequently gets up some
fine regattas, our regattas are|
things ol the park. fcWhy ?
The Op ra I louse in Bermuda
where theatrical performances
an- given by companies from
| the states, though comparative-
! ly small, is said to be up to date
Jin its appointments; beside this
there- is the Mechanics I lall used
I similai ly : we had a Theatre
: that companies from America
j usi d to pei form in, but that was
before 1866, why not now.
i Why ?
W e have a number of ocean
; hohs that are surrounded by
! bush, in Bermuda they have one
'with a catch name "The Devils
I lole" the ap| >roa< lies to it are
made attractive and it is stock-
i u ith Bermudian fish whi< h
interest strangers and pays the
ow ner of the land, Why ?
In Bermuda the government
has convei t( d Agars Island in-
to an Aquaria in well, we. ha-, e
"talkeda out ii" for some lime,
hiu it appears that we have no
!' I .11111,111 lisll to put III It.
Whs ?
Small as the Bermudas are
there are small steamboats ply-
ing regularly between them and
available for excursions picnics
and so foi th ; yet huge as the
Bahamas croup is we have no-
thing ol the sort. Why
Why ? I'.ee,iii-eour Legislalure
has been 1 Ollteill for agi t t"
j let our passenger and h Sevice be run by a huge mono
poly that keep up e\c ssB ely
high rates The fare one way by
the Ward Line being greater
than a round trip fare to Ber
muda.
The rates at the Hotel Colo
mat are nm quailed by anything
hi Bermuda.
* mi Legislature in its wisdi
s .Id the Royal Victoria Hotel
to Flagler who buught it toshut j
out a not to be despised < om
petitor.
We pay f\ m pei trip on the \
Southern [Miami] route which
j I -r this season has averaged ,
a In hi 3 i persons in othei wools!
we nie paying \ per head of
tourists on the Southern route
which am mnl would be great
ly reduced by largely increased
number of passengers, if the'
rate was lower, and the bene-
fits 10 the community corre* ?
pondingly increased.
Week after week ive-can see
if we chose the urgent need of
making our hai hour accessible
to the ships that call I ere, either
as mail, passenger, or freight
steamers, and yet there are mem
bets of our legislature who to
da) for personal considerations
will oppose the proposition of
harbour improvements Until
we can be as wise as the Ber
mudian we must abindon all
hope of equal success with Ber-
muda as a tourisl 1 sort not
withstanding the fact that the
climatic and other natural con
ditions here are superior to
those of Bermuda.
NASSAU TO HAVE REAL
OLD TIME CIRCUS
I he arrival of the "Miami"
mi port this morning brought to
Nass in as p isse igers the publi-
it) managers 1 >f the J. I i. L-ch
man European Circus, which
the citizevs of this community
will remember as the "Cole iS:
Rogers" shows who gave such
1 satisl iction to their pa
rons here s ime s \\ en or eight
years ago
Through honest endeavors i>
please their patrons the J. H.
bs hman Circus have gained
for theii enterp1 jse a superb re-
putation from their patrons and
press in all parts of the world,
,uid till 11 coming to Nassau at
ii- 1 ime of the season will n 1
doubt be well received by our
amusement loving public.
The company will arrive on
the "Miami" on Tuesday morn-
ing next, February ?.j, and I e
ginning the same e vening will
exhibit for four day* only .
The Mail Steamer "Miami''
an ived at 5 n'clrx k this morn
ing with the foil iwirtg pnssen
gers and steamed for Miami at
11 tins forenoon
Misses S. M. Carpenter, Jessie
Caadi v, ail Alice |< ubv; MeS
dames (i I I lull. IV Kiani. and
\I Isaacs; Mr and Mrs W. M.
Kimhall, Ml and Mrs ,1. Kirhv,
Mr and Mrs .1. C. Lb. rhart, Mr
and Mrs .1. T. Doe, Mr an,I Mrs
ft, I-'. Newton, Mr and Mrs C.
II. Graham, Mr and Mrs C. K.
Clauei; Messrs W I.. Brown. B
R. Huff, T. I> Partridge, W. F.
11 ilden, I). C. I lawn, and (par-
land Roberts.
Mes lames Caine Wilson and *
child and Julia Bushey; Messrs
Ho*a d Wallace, Hester Rolle,
Walter Russell, Benjamin Pin-
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Her. tjohn \V. Sands, John H.[failed him,and I for one wouh
Johnson, William Rahming.Jlike to see the design. As
Prince lv ihming and Zacharias
Rahming. {>7)
The Ward Line "Stenmer"
Havana arriv id "IT the port be-
tween four ami live o'clock
tins morning; arid after ir.ins-
ferri ni eight
nice to see the design, ,s you
are a public spirited man,
might you not pre-, for a p ioto
f^r.ipli of it, to lie placed on ex-
hibition, say, inJ.C. Musgrove's
shop-window bo that all might
13V RADIO.
Washington, 16. President
Wilson returned to his desk at
the l..v cutive office to day.
New York, i(>. Thos. Shar
key one time champion pugilist
was today sentenced to thirty
see the object which nas engag- days imprisonment-and to pay
ednosmall portion of youratten a "ne ol r've hundred dollarsfor
{five passengers tion, and interested the public keeping a disorderly house
in
to
t" the Tend -r, proceeded
Havana.
THAT B\ND-STAND.
joth Feb. 1914
The Editoi if The Tribune
fir,
As I read your description of
the prop< vd Band stand in the
Tribune of the 14th inst.and fol-
lowed your minute attention to
detail, 1 endeavoured to con
struct it in n,y mind and was
baking rapid progress, lieu it
lame to a full stopand failed to instant that you have seen the
delineate am thing that might design for the new band stand
be approved .fas bearing the and v"u 1v','m ,'", be Ple*ed
Highest resemblance to the desig Wltn " am glad ol that, be-1
her's ideal.and rapidly revolving cause v"i; -"," hard '" I'1'''1"''
it for a cans- I found that you and lf '' P'Mses >'"u ll ount l0
bad committed an act of omis l>lease evervbody. But you
connection with his cafe in 14th
Street.
London, id. Suing as a
"Common informer" William
Blackburn, Knfdand, 16A
big cannon captured 1 from the
Russians in the Crimean war
and which has stood as an or-
nament m th>' city park lor
sixty years was fired off last
night by militant suffragettes.
(beat excitement was casused
by the explosion. No damage
was done.
HERE WE ARE AGAIN.
17th Feb. i'i \.
The Editor of "The Tribune."
Sir,
1 see by your issue of the 14th
sum m negli ting to give
ihe floor dim nsions, and thus '"' " "K1> "ol '
the cause foi lie sluggishness ol
mind was
a-- well. What do you Hunk ?
The site seems to press very
heavilylon youi si rise of fitness
let us hope that it will neither
be outraged, nor our City dish
gnred with another eyesore.
Yours,
CORNET IN B.,
ker and member of parliament,
who was convicted of being en-
gaged in government contracts
while voting 111 the house of
commons.
St. Johns, N.F. lb.Accord-
ing to advices received hereto-
day from Bonne Hay the Uni-
ted State> naval tug Potomac
which was held fast in the ice
north "f the Gulf of St. Law-
leu e was abandoned Saturday
nighl by her crew of 30 men
who landed safely in Bonne
, ( on t seem i> eased with the site ., .,-, ,
, n,w. I he tug was driven sea
waul bv yesterdays gale and
The Annual Bazaar
Bird in the Kings Bench Divi-1 An(j Sa,(, fl)r thf> Benefit of
sum today secured a judgment Catholic Free Schools
lorsixtv live thousand ilollars, ... ., r
/c- c. c 1 1. \\ 1 be be ( on t he grounds ol
against Sir Stuart Samuel, bro- o
SAC HI- l> HLART SCHOOL
East Shirlev Street on Wed-
nesday and Thursday, Beb
ruary 18th and 19th.
A large assortment of Plain
and Fancy Articles of native
make.
Tea and Refreshments,
light and solid.
(iatcs open from 4 to 8
ji in. each day.
for It. 1' inav not be the best,
... . ,, 1 waul iw yi sterdays gale
(that is the: , B. .
, so. 11 disappeared Iroin sight.
band stand 1 can 1 asily be mov-
ed from one piace ti 1 anotliei, it
do.s not matter where it is first
V v York, 16. A second
snow storm which struck the
citv today added five inches to
1.laced. Let s get it somewhere.:,, ,, ... .
the ten which fell on Saturday.
As a result traffic which had al-
readj been badly tied up was
paralysed. 16.O O men are at
work cleaning the snow from
the stieets but it will take ten
iv iiiiihi was plaint) evident.
Will you ted u% lf the floor of
the band stand is to be of the
Same si/e as the ptesent make-
shift, 01 is it to be smaller, or
larger, because if as you say, "it
will be of great convenience for
the performance <>f the now very
popular conceits:" that will
largely depend upon its being of
Sufficient size to accommodate
the j.resent band, and perhaps a
greater number of performers in
the future.
There can be no question of the
popularity of the 1 oncerts ; they
are so, hei ause the ielections are
of a character a lapted toa wi le
range of musical tastes, from
grave to gay, from lively to
Severely classic, and in my hum
pie npini in, for the purpose,
c iimot be improved upon | do
hoi profess to be a musical
critic, yet I kn w the differed -
between good and bad execution
and if it is good enough for me,
it is so for m 1st of those here
who hear it. Pardon thisdigres
sion.
If there be anything lacking to
make the band-stand a thing of to increase the auditorv, let
of beauty," now is the time to be put in the centre of the path- i loon carrying three passengers
and then we can shift it some
where els,- allerwaids. "The
lopsided in,inner" may, after all
.said ami done, prove that wis-
dom is not the sole property ol
one man. I heie is some talk
about building a "10,000 com-
bination. Where? I hear on
the west side of the Library
< ireen. If the band stand is put
iii the centre of the roadway it
w dl be l"i sided witl
the new building. What I say
is this get the band stand am
how don't split the vote as to
where it is to be placed. Y"ti
nays or longer to remove the
snow il a freeze up should fo|
low.
London. The divorce court
dismissed for want of juriadic-
tion the petition of the Countess
; t t < >\ f ,| r 1 ,,
,ho\ j (1 i-ipiet james formerly Miss
Pratt of New York h 1 asked
to have hei marriage to the
Duke Henry Borwin von Meek.
lenburg-dei lared valid,
have had so much to do with |w!l|, .,, L-|mvn ,,rjncc
elections that I though, you Frederirk William of Germam
knew better. It y>u don t look
sharp, tie- band stand will be a
Lumber & Shingles.
JUS I received a I largo from
Jacksonville per schooner
"Louise F."
1 J, i\ x lOand 12, 30 ft. lengths
and all > any othei sizes el lumber
required.
I'rices in suit every body.
^5 1,0011 Shingles in stuck. 24s.
per thousand and upward,
CM.XS.J. Kill.I.V & BRO.
Nassau N. P.
Feby. 2 19(4
Special Bargains
"CALL EARLY"
ARMOURS "Be* Star"
MAMS
Selling ;ii 20 cent per lb
Bone'ess Ham at 30 cent per Ibl
bologna Sausage al 30 ci nl per Ih
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
I L SAUNDERS A Co
( .is-- of "I hou
v el so fai."
art so near and
"OR REWOR."
As vv understand, the Hand
stand will be built so as to be
easily moved, therefore we sav,
for the sake <>f symmetry and
it
REMEMBER.!
No home waa.or can be com]
plete without "Music"
/ \: are oflei iflg a line of I ligh
Grade Pianos, I'l.iver Pi.
supply it. Its-,-ins tome that, way, then, vhtn the "combina-
4h< onlv torn; a mid he an ah- turn" is built, if it become jje-
mce of p.-op 11 'ion in its parts, cessary, move it to tine sTde
havenodoulittli.it the desig- where, at present, it would be
pi's sense of this has not lapsided. ;l.d.
was confined to ho> bed to-day I
suffering bom an attack of ton- |
-iliiis.
New York, 16.The War it
I Line steamer Yumuri in to day \\
from Cuba grounded on a sand .....-, Piano O.gans, mid Weed
bar in AmbroM Channel during IOigatisKuiiatile f. every home.
the snow storm.'Tugs hai been ''......: '"'| see "ur ! catalogue
tent t<> her assistance, |nd let us send one of these insttu*
merits dnect fr#m factory t> your
home for 311 tins 11 ial, Absolutely
FREE for asking.Choose for yourj
self.Oui instoi'iii'i.ts ami terms;,ip
the best in the World.
i*HE RISING STAR
Dillei Street
W. F. W. 6 Co,
Berlin, 16. A spherical bal
M mi.tains,
lOUI lll^llt
landed in the' Ural
liussia, after a 47
from Bitterneld Germany. This
is probably a record in balloon
flights.
-L


mm
any such attack Against the head
of any nation. Criticism he said
was pormissable, but persona.
abuse w .ulrl not he tolerated. He
said h would take car.- of Scur-
rilous Dial Mirpn" and would ore-
vent a repetition of attacks on
President Wilson.
Paris, 15.Advance information
from the secretive dressmaking
ateliers on Spring styles which ap-
pear February 15th says dresses
will be loose, easy and floppy. The
low skirt surrounded by heavy
flounces will give an impressionol
looseness with a short Clinoline
affect,
New York, 15Tlie Trues se-
verely criticizes Mayor Mitchells
views thit a mayor should besub-
j-ct !niu mi ,f found unsatisfac-
tory, I he I noes calls it a useless
professional .,, foolish doctrine
and says there is at present no
programme in law for putting a
mayor out of office durirg his
term by popular vote, and there is
not likely to beany such law.
Notice.
ALL persons arc hereby or-
dered by the Board of
Health tu have their yards and
lots thoroughly cleaned, and to
have all rubbish, old cans, bot-
tles, etc., removed therefrom,
before February 28th, 1914.
Accumulations of rubbish pla-
ced at the sides of streets under
this order, will be removed at
the Public expense until the
date mentioned ; but after that
date, \i/. : February 28th, all
persons who have failed 10 com-
ply with this order, will be com-
pelled to remove their accumu
lations to the dumping ground
al tin ir 0 a n expense, and will
in addition, be liable to prose-
cution.
By order of the Board of I lealth
|AMES II KWOWLES,
Clerk to the Hoard.
28th January 1911.
Wi". would inform all who appreciate a Gc.od Smoke that we now
have on n.ml an extensive Stock of II \V W \ CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an attic le of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. I.. SAL'NDERS A Co.
M,-i\ Street.
NEW NATIONAL" <
"IDEAL"
HANI) MACHINES
NEW HOMra "RUBY"
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CHAS E, ALBURY.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
Its excellent quality.
A CHEAP l.o 1 ob USEFUL
ARTICLES
1APGE suip plait* 1 2] I.
_j Mug* i\-\. 3d. 4 inii bowls is., 1-,. 011.. 2- "six. only
toilet m-t, more silver vases 6da and is. (<
di'Zi-n thiii tuini'leis j(J, Large ditto
4I.I1I. Enamel bavins o, I., is., t. (>d.
Large enamel pUch'-is is. (A\
Large enamel 1 liamhei* 2s. 12 nv-ie
niclcle clocks 2s. Od. EiiHiut-l stew
pins |s 6d. and 2S Yrll.'w cham-
beis 'c',, is 1-. 6 I Hand lamps is.
Stand ditto, is. 61I.
A job loi ol 50 sets fancy china
pitchers od. is, is 6d, 3 dazen
mure of those cheap huricane
lantern* 2s. Muffin pans, Pol C"\vt-,
Pudding pans, Saucepans, Kettels,
Large enamel dish pans is. .(.|.
and is. Fancy f"ot tub* is.
A CHANCE 111 \ I WE DON'T
GET EVERY DAY.
4 only extra large fine willow
rockets 18s. Cane teal parlour
chairs js. Large wood lioiioms
rockers I >. Tahhs 4s., 10s., ids.
Due Letter Press 4s
< 'all quickly at
KNICK KWCK STORK,
30 Market Street,
I RRSH VEGF I.M'.I I SEEDS
ALSO
LETTUCE AND RADISHES
rhrougfiout Winter Season.
\i ll. KEMP,
Delancy Town Store.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
FOR SALE
NASSAU IUKCi \l\ HOLM
ARE RECEIVING
This
week from America 1 Pine
and Larue assortment of FURNI-
TURE 1 'insist my of a large variety
nf
RLE I) and Wicker Hacking
Chairs froai 14s. stg. t" 32-.
each Also an asstrnt, of Oak
Parlour I ahles from 10s. to 2ms.
Ladies, Gents, and Cliilds, Desks,
Wi idrobes, Sidehards hi d Ned-
sleads, Hurei ux Washstands.
Also
Large ship nenl of |oh Lois I >- y
1 ioodi, I.,nlies ;,i,d children's I lals,
More pes. Sanitary Diaper,
l able Napkins, \l iiting, Rugs,
Glassware, Enamld Ware,
Tinware, Notions, Pictures, and
lots of other goods,
V P. MOORE,
.liny. 2H1I1 1914. Market St. I just received
ANNAE.RAE
Proprli reas Of
The Yoftn,
"Au Bon Mi.rche Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dress Goods, in
Lustres, Serges, Ratines
white and l .loured Cor-
(linos, Crepes, Ciepcms, Mar-
quisettes, Bengalines, Lands-
dowries, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslins, Velvets,
'Embroidered Batistes, Tus-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, (>verall Embroi-
dery and Overall Lace.
I.aces and Insertions, Rib-
ibons plain and fancy Latest
j St vie Belts Lace 'Collars,
1 Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black,Pink,
; Blue, Heliotrope, and (irey
I Silk Stoi kings
Men's White, Black, Grey
Navy nine, Ali< e Blue, Helio,
and Green Silk Socks with
Silk Ties to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Kvening Scarves,
Beautiful 1 landbags
Handsome Japanese (ioi ds
Genuine Irish Linens ol all
kinds.
W. A. M
UNDER l
DE^IR I S 10 inform Ins frie
and the Public I lift t I e
'HER
\KI-.R
ends
lias
a complete outfit of
facilities fn tlir In n s, ,,( an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
posit inn to carry out Funerals that
I, 1 ;|v I'e entrusted to Ins care with
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress ny.....n and despatch: and reaiect
Shingles
Shingles at 99.6a per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on kits of ovei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also >n cheaper grades -also
jin. Cypress at $6.72 per
fully Solicit* then patronage (ift
my Prices fust and piove that they
are the very lowest for the fust class
work,
NOTICE
THIS is to inform my Patron
and the Public in Genera
Irons
ial
that I have opened my Polilic
l.l'is Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line of
General repair or new work Horse,
o
NT. RubbeijTir* Phaeton in
A 1 Condition
Apply ot Tribune Office
[nice made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
I
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. Huvler,
Hay Street. East (Wharf;


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