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tCbe tribune Thursday. Fel.ru r> 19. 1914 Interest in the Home Rule struggle deepens. Th* Govern ment e\ idently intends to mi • supposed to be mixed by shak ing it, whereas an expert could, by practice, acquire the knack ing forty eight cards en when there would liu :io mixing. B i, sir, bad. Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! Let the old order change and give place to the new The tiate sugg btinns with a view to fountain of lustier must be pure conciliate the opposition. If when we pay £1000 a yeai foi fit, and all that it means. The reason {or these statements is as plain as the nose on one's lace 1 e if one has a nose, and if this organ should be d< 11 cunt, perhaps the ears might serve the same useful purp [>r< ivided they do not adorn the head of a jackass. Hut I wonder \ et more w h('!i I see how that bill was "concurred" in by the '"Si ven Sagi s" : or might it have been the "Sevn Slee| ; then b) the Gov ernor, and later bj the Colonial Wiio was its legal ad 1 then ? The Jury Ai t of 1 is not a cri dit to the Col 1 n\. 'I'll'' moral to be ll a 1-, Citizens! watch ill-' B ONE OF THE PUBLIC. because, according to his con-1sene Oil to Messrs. Brice and • ion ..I'the section for the| Ranger, per a VVard^Linesteam1 I by him, a raz >r er the "Manzanillo." cannot be regarded as compris The Appeal was .'.ism I ed in the expression "any loadwith cost-. ed pistol, or any dagger, on ~* sword-stick,|orother likedead Extractfrom Hot ly weapon." His main reason 'New Era." ject the suggestions,the tactical advantage, as Mr. Bonai Law perceives, w ill remain with the (iovernmi nt We are incliin I t" think that in I the I : ionistS v. il] .one' | W %  • do 1 o: 1 -lieve that the Bi 1 tish ele< toi.ite is much impress ed by the threat of civil war II Mi. Asquith should oiler large concessions, and the Unionists should reject them, we believe that England, Scotland, Wales will Lack Mr. A ; il when a General Elei tio mi s 1 he North West Durham byel 11 1 iulted in the return of the Liberal Can n tjority of nearlj 17 1 1. A La hour man split the vote and drew away about 51 > votes 1 here has never been a tine, cornered 6ght in North W< si Durham before, both ih • Lib 1 ral ami the Laboui candid I were Home Kuli 1-. || ( annot be 5.-1 i I, therefore, that North 51 11...nn gives an) encoui • igenient to Carson ism. Ci i imunicated) Whatever may be said of the Jills already mtrod 11 ed this ion o| the Legislature, and of others that may follow, the Jury Bill will stand out prominently ;i one of, if not tinbest, an I it cannot too soon be 1 • p rated in the Laws of the Ha ha mas. It is a wonder to in-charge, and am of opinion that how twenty-nine intelligent men his decision should b • reversed, could Inc.e assi nted to 1 1 pi The following, is an extract from a judgment delivered by I lis I lonoui the Chief Jus' il %  on the .|tli February, and published bj us by n quest. This is an appeal from the de cision of ( .!ie of the Stipi \| igistrates wh irein he dis sed a charge biYutghl against the defendant, one VVilli im Bowers, for carrying about his in in Bay Streel "a dra I %  .il. t' 1 v. it. a 1,1/' 'i, :n co 1 tiavi ntion of se< 1. : ol I ie Po lice Regulation Act, 187 I have hail the advantage ".' perusing the learned magistrate's reasons for dismissing the for adopting this interpretation FSCHMA \j CIRCUS ["HERE of those words is based upon W|T1] TU : QOODS his application thereto or the; eiusdem generis rule; which rule Hie 7. H. Eschman shows requires that, where general which are playing in the city words follow particular and>under the auspices of the local specific words of the same naorder of Moose has all there is ture the general words are pre-! needed to make up a Bret 'lass sumed to comprehend only one ring circus of the olden time things of the same kind as those I nature and even acl g >es with I 1,. the preceding ;i vigorous spirit th it makes it ;p, i: words;'and consequeni pleasing to the audience and we ly inasmuch as the pacific words are-lad to announce that it is "any loaded pistol, dacger, or absolutely free from an> undesword -tick" denote any im-.sirable features that are so complex ima facu manufacj monly found with many of the 11 use .is ; fi-rhtnc: vea-ttravelling shows of thischarac. 1, 1 Ififchosnlitit-s, '"• The opening performance : offensive orSdefeusiVe was <, IVrll Vestud.,\ aftUllOOtl that ar.,/ a t! the '" a n on than pleased audience i s ame kind. %  '""' everything went off with a I,, the present ase, it is pos dash right from the opening sible, from th t that 1 de number. The pom >s are well ewniobewat drilled, the aerial numbers were i„ e .-, razor amongst a crowd <'f exceptio lally g .od, an I the btp-ople, for tus Court to infer He elephant did some stunts ihathewas •'armed wit!,' this that have ne er been introduced deadly weapon and convict him by any emus in Hot Springs gly but as the .'1 cused hertt fore. has faded to appeal in this. ** Court, it is more convenient to New Reels for the Imp rial remit th I tin Magistrate by this mornings steamer, Look with a direction that it be deal) out for to morrow's spe ial See wit 11 in accordance with the advertisement for this evening piovi io t o| the Ai as into r in a lother o ilumn. • h\ this Courl. DANIEL T TUDOR, Chid Justice. sent Jury Act, a vei itable chi mera, An\ man ol oidi The facts ar i thai the defen dant pleadi (I guilty to having carried a razor on th a sion intelligence has only to look charged but submitted in explaat the list of jurors as it is pa 1 rial ion that it had come int 1 I four times .1 yeai to be possession without hi mpressed with the stupidity ol led I lus explanation the the Act, and one more calculat learned magistrate found 10 be ed to frustiatc the ends of Jus wholly untrue, as il 1 %  %  than any of those incorporconclusive!) by the prosecution nted in tin nine inches thii l< of that the defendant, whilst walk I matter yrlept Laws of ing through a crowd in bay The Mad Ste imei "Miami" arrived at I tins morning following I e Bahamas. N01 is t.unnl) 1 ak point in the A t. The manner of drawing the b 1 \ ii Court is absurd What isit? I he names ,f forty eight men ed that the defendant could not mown to the publii are written be convicted of committing an on cards, placed 111 a box and offence against the said section Stre 1. \c iring a ma>queradei s dressand mas', was seen waving the razoi in his hand. The learned magistrate dei id On February jth William Bowers was conv u ted in the Magistrate's Court of Woundm ing one Elizabeth Adderley W Schmidt; Mesda and sentenced to 3 mouths imprisonment. In the Supreme Court. ( in itCivil Side, 19th February, 1914. Hetelerj Mr. and Mrs \V. (,. I ie Courl metal 11 a.m. Taylor, Mr. and Mis Stephen Present: His Honour Daniel ll. Hass. Mr. and Mis Ira F. !u! ..I |., K.C., Chief Justice. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua \\. [• S. Ca I lender, Esq., (for Giegg, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cor,. Mess s I'.i 1 e and Ranger). A. ners, Mr and Mis. A. R. Jones, K Solomon Esq., !, i die Ward an d Mr. aim Mrs. J. II. Lamb; McsS.S. E. J Hood, J. R. Keel ter.and A. L Bliss. rom Miami with I e 11 gers' Mi ises C. Johnson, I. (Iregg, M. < Jregg, C. S McCarthy and mes C. I loskins and J Smith ; Mr and Mis. I.. J. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Imjiah.iin, Mr. and Mis. (J. A. Mi Kennon, Mr and Mrs. 'K. Walsh, Mr. and Mis. II (i. Line). 11 is 1 lonour the Chii f Justice delivered Ins dei isio 1 an Ap peal by the Ward Line against Hie decision of Stipendiai Magistrate James M. Raw, E>q in the Magistrate's Court, in the matter of damages %  1 damageto eight cases "i b. 1 1 cue Oil, part of a consignment of KeroMis. Carrie Roker; Messrs. Edmund J ihnson, I In is. I .loyd, Geo. W Young, Louis Smith, John ( i ilson, John Ambross, Wm. Know les, ()riel I •' int, Geo ir.mt, Lebourn Carey, Daniel Gaiter and l.uianuel Roker.



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I I MARRIAGE. DUPUCH Ml RRITT—On Nov. 2Qth,|i9i3, at bride's residence 491 St. Urbain street, Montreal, Que by the Rev, M. McManus, Eli as G. F. Dupuch, of Nassau, Bahamas, to Mia Edith J. Merritt, only daughter of Mr. Walter R. \V. Mei ritt, oft ireenwich London, England. IMPERIAL I THEATRE Thursday 19th FOUR KEELS -ALL GOOD. POPULAR PRICKS. Gil. 90", is. DEA1 ll BASCOME. — This morning, 191I1 February, 1914. at 9 o'clock Nathaniel .1. Bascome, in his 731.1 year. Funeral at 1.50 this afternoon Interment in St. Matthew's cemetery. (Communicated) GIANTS AG UN 01 I PLAY THE STARS. Pofessional ball played at the parade (irounds Monday I • 16th, and Big JBen who twirled for the Giants won ins own name. The Mars drew first blood, Burnett scoring in the 2nd inning, and tlien little Ed die Collins i.Otis) scored the Other one and lust m the 311 lining, and then Big Ben continned to deliver goose eggs, Burnett on the m mud for tin Stai d to have the (iiants at liis mercy, until the 5th inn i ig, when Rube started things with a single, Merrell with a single, then \\ ebb broke things U|> with a double scoring. Mei sell, Old Father Pride, was tl re with a hit scoring Webb Big Ben come With a (lean hit scoring Pride and Webb. The teams are playing great ball, •very man in form, although ttii iiants are two games in the lead. The Stars are after the scalp, Fathei Pride is hitting in 3 K 1 cla is along with I >add\ Potter and Etts. Old man W ilkei was unable to be in uniform, but Ins team mates h -Id then t ourage, played hard, and hope for their Captain's early rec >very. Foxy Manning's running at h in %  %  nli r and Pop I oln • 1 's Stai Catch at 3rd, were the features of the fielding.'jwhile Queen and Webb starred with the stick. Score : ( i iants, 4. Stais, 3. Standing of Clubs: iiants won 5 —lost 3. Stars won 3—lost ,5. .Bitteries— Stars Burnett an* JJrire. • i patteries —Giants—Randolph id LJiwen. Umpires: -Lillig and Trueait. CABLEGR WK London, 17.—Milk sterilized by el ctricity, thi microbes be ing killed by electric sho ks, is being supplied by the Liverpool corporations milk depots to about 1.000 babies daily. Glasgow, 17The British steamer Tritonia, which left February ninth for Mobile, reports she is returning. Th ve-. N el sufl n d greatly in the gale last Friday. London, 17. -Sir Stuart Montagu Samuel, Radical member of parliament for Whitechapel, was todaj ordered bj Ju ti Rowlatt of the Kings Bench division to pay penalt iesand 1 amounting to 165.000 because fie voted in the house of commons while his firm had a con tract with the British govern it. The money has to be paid to 1 >r. Wm. Bird as a com1111 m informer. Sir Smart who is one of the I ding London bankers, was compelled to vacati his seat in parliament by order of the judi cial committee of the priyj 1 ou 11 ii lasl yeai bei au firm to which he 1" long" d had be :ome pun hasi rs ol silver for the Indian government. Berlin, 17.Thegeneral managers of the Hamburg Ameinan and North German Lloyd 1 are enroute to London to attend the international shipping conII 1 Sydney, N. S. \V. 17-The strike of slaughtei men, buti hers and meat salesmen, here lias 1 a used a very acute meat famine in tin-city. The reason of the strike is the refusal of the empl tyers to :t< rede to the lull di mands of the men. London, 17. —The stork mark-1 developed a n ai tii mary ten (Jem v today. The < ontinent and New York joined in the sel ling and the market closed gen erally lower. Consols declined three eighth I'.Y RADIO. London, 18.—Lord Weardale wa %  attacked by an unidentified suffragette in the Euston rail way station today. He was knocked down and beaten 1 with a dug whip. The woman THE ELEPHANT is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world. This is an undisputed fact. SUN LIGHT SoAP has the largest sale of any Soap in the world. This, also, is an undisputed fact. The greal value of the Elephant's tusks is well known, but tar better known to good housewives is the great value of Sunlight Soap It enjoys a well-deserved popularity. Its mission is cleanliness —its standard is punty. Increasing leisure, and 11 ducing work, it is used by delighted housewives all over the world in preference to any other. A TRIAL WII.I PROVE THIS was arrested and remanded without bail for trial. She refused to give hei nai Brussels, 18. King Albert who sustained a broken arm while riding yesterday wasresting eas\ todaj. Capetow II, 18. By a vote of 1 j to 43 th \ imbly today \ ted down a bill providing for the enfranchisement of women in South Ad Cork, 1F.. (I'Brien lea of the i 1 lent Irish Nationalistw ho resigned his seat in parliament when arc used ol having lost the influence of his C mstituem ey was returned to parliament today as a member for Cork City, unopposed. San Frani isco, 1S —The vice n 1 lent, the superintendent and the ( hid weighei of the Westei n Fuel m] any w found guilt) todaj of del lauding the government by obtaining tariff rebate.^ through 1 w eights. Naples, iH, The White Star liner Celtic was in collision todaj With the Madonna of the Fabre Line in Lav ol Naples. Both steamships were damaged and their -a ling S hedu'es have been changed. They were bound for New York. New York, 18. The Led Star liner Lapland and the Ancho Liner Columbia both due here Sunday reached port today. A thrilling incident of the Lapjands stormy voyage was the bursting of a meteor near the ship 011 Friday night. The Columbia passed through the centre of a hurricane Thursday night when the wind blew al 1 J 1 miles an hour and she was fid to hi ave to for more than an hour. .bii' ho, Long Island, 18.— 1 he new 1 ountry home of Mrs W. K. Vanderbill was burned to the ground today. Loss about two hundred thousand dollars. New York, t8. Advices received state that Mr and Mrs Clan nee Ma :kay obtained a I' r e;; of divorce 111 Paris. The decn e, signed by the French tribunal, was handed down within the last few days. The d 1 i' e gives both parties the right to re-marry. New York. 18.• The steamer City of Savannah from Savannah for Boston wirelessed todaj that the live mast< d Kineo was leaking badly and in danger of sinking 60 miles North Nortl 1 t of Di mond Shoal-. I hi revenue cutter ( mondago ha gi me to hei assistance. Lumber & Shing-les. I rsr received a Cargo from Jacksonville per schooner *'l.ouise F." ij, 1! x 10and i-', 30 ft. lengths anil al*o any other sizes of lumber required. Prices to suit every body. 95 >,oon Shingles in stock. a per thousand and upward, CHAS.J. KELLY & BRO. FOR SALE ME Lubber" l i re Phaeton in A t Condition Apply ot l'iii une < Hfica o % 



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There was the customary relapse after the first advance had spent itself, and then a renewed upward turn. Washington, 16. — Democratic leaders here feel certain that President Wilson will be a candidate for the nomination for president in TQI6, and some believe that his selection as Pamocracys standard bearer then is assured. Berlin, t6.—Some unnamed South American Republic, according to an official statement issued tod ly, r^qires such an enormous qu'intity of army rifles that the entire ontput of Germany's leadin? ijunworks for the pist eleven months has heen absorbed by jthe republics orders. The Annual Bazaar And Sale for tlie Benefit of the Catholic Free Schools will be held on the grounds of SACRED HEART SCHOOL East Shirley Street on Wednesday and Thursday, Februarv 18th and 19th. A large assortment of Plain and Fancv Articles of native make. Tea and Refreshments, light and solid. Gates open from 4 to 8 p.m. each day. Notice. A LI, persons are lierebv ordered by tlie Board <>f Health to have their yards and lots thoroughly cleaned, and to have all rubbish, old cans, buttles, etc., removed therefrom, before February 28th, 1914. Accumulations ot 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, viz.: February a8th, all persons who have failed to complv witb this order, will be compelled to remove their accumulations t> the dumping ground at their owii expense, and will in addition, be liable to prosecution. PA order of the Board of Health JAMKS H. KNOWLKS, Clerk to the Board. 38th January 191 (. Bicycles for HIRE 103. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. A CHEAP LOT OF USEFUL ARTICLES L ARGE soup plates at 2jd. Mugs 2.Jd. 3d. 4d. Large mixing bowls is., is., 6d., 2s. Six only toilet set, 5 pieces, 8s. 12 do^en more silver vases 6d. and is. 6 dozen thin tumblers 3d. Large ditto 4-^dd. Enamel basins o/l., is., is. 6d. Large enamel pitchers is. 6d. Large enamel chambers 2s. 12 more nickle clocks 2s. 6d. Enamel stew pans is. 6d. and 2s. Yellow chambers o,d., is., is. 6d. Hand lamps is. Stand ditto, i*. 6S. Ladies, Gents, and Cliilds. Desks, Wardrobes, Sidebards ard bedsteads, Ilureaux VVashstands. Also Large shipment of job l."ts |ry Goods. Ladies and children'* Hats, More pcs. Sanitary Diap r, Table Napkins. Matting, Rugs, Glassware, Enamld Ware, Tinware, Notion*, Pictures, nni lots of oilier goods. A. F. MOORE, Liny. 281I1 1914. Market St, Jr'crCOAKLEY's'' PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. NOTICE. Afternoons 2 p.m. Evenings 8 p.ml CIRCUS N A s s A 1; A Grand GALA Days A !" February ?4th to 28th. ^ J. H. ESCHMAN CIRCUS Consisting of Athletes, Contortionists, Equilibrists, Trapeze Artists, Revolving Ladders, Flying Rings, Featuring Little Nemo the worlds most noted and most talked of Trained Elephant. Tdi,'.'! her with Trained Dogs, Ponies and other Equine wonders. LOCATION: F I. V I \(i II 0 US E G R O U X DS FREE—Outside Attractions Daily. 2 and 7 p m. "NEW NATIONAL" r ••IDEAL" HANI) MACHINES NEW HOME" "RUBY" FOOT MACHINES FOR SALE BY CHAS. B.ALBURY ._. , ., \ \ J V. would •form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we n r >w pHl! is to inform my Patroni \\ „„„, „„ h ,„,, „„ ex „. lisiv 0 Stock of II WAN \ CIGARS, We 1 ami the I.oblic in v-ieiieral -„-,-„.„. ou i, r:ill ,i ,„ i.„ .,.,.,1.. „[ ,..„ i,.,,.,. Havana and Sumatra tli.it I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol General repair Of new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. rluylrr, Hay Street. East (Wharf guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Mimatri' Wrapper*.and Havana Fillers throughout, I hese Cigar*are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen andcreat paint arc taken to produce anarticle ol superior quality! "ffie success we have met with in the past leads us confidently logtpttt the patronage of onunoiseurs. J. I.. SALNDERS A Co. Bay-Street,



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T Nvillivis n-ildu ins |urare in verbs ms-glatri. Beir\fj bound to iwebr to the Dogmns if no Master. VOL. XI. N&siau, N. P.. Bn.hn.mtvs. Thursday. Febursvry 19. 1914 No. 58 0) o 0 X M V) •s u o •s-: s. Si s LEON K. H. MTM'CH BOITOI AND PaopaitToa OffFICE }H u MARKET STREET \.l KM N. P., tAIIAMA 1 i'. (i. Box l:; PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy jd Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— single Copy ... ••• id vVeekly 4 |d Monthly is.ad Quarterly ( .. 4s. Half Yearl* Be, Veaily ... ... 161 I'AYAIU.I IN AI)VAN(T. Advertising Rates: Six pence per line fin first insertion ; thiee pence per line for second insertion; and one penny per line for subsequent insertions. Advertisements undo tight lines 4s. MUCK BEFORE MIND Mr. limell Tells Hfl Autism j Education Story Mr. Birrell, Chief Secretary for Ireland, delivered an nddreM lo the Women's Liberal Association in North Bristol on Saturday, Alluding to the subject <>f education, Mr. Rirrell said he left the Education Office n wisei and certainly a sadder man, hut he believed Ins successor would have lietterlmk. We really weirnot lovers of education in tins country. 'lh House* of Commons at the bottom of its heart thought thai a good deal •'( ibis education was all nonsense, Other countries, Germany (or example, took a very different view, and thought that education, primary and technical was the veiy life blood of a 11 1lion. It was very difficult to drive this idea into local bodies. Farmers as ;i clans, did not think much <>feducation. An fast Anglian farmer said to him on one occasion that if all the mnr>ey spent on education 111 th* last 2 ) ye^ts had been Spent on artificial manure Ibis would indeed be a happy country. lie S lid to the burner ; "You prefer muck to mind" and tlie farmer teplied, "I do." (loud laughttl.) That represented the view of a great many people. Mr. Pease (the Minister of Kducation). Mr. Binel! added, ha I reason to be full of hope that next session he wculd be able to make proposals which would preatly eas< the financial position of local authorities, CABLEGRAMS I.ondou, 15.—Sudden outbursts of insaniij in two fathers of families werej responsible during last night for the complete obliteration <:f two families consisting of nine persons in uorthwe i -t|Loudon and at Tunbridge Kent In both instances neighbors told the police, the relations of the families were of the happiest character. Liverpool, 15.-— In consequence of the settlement of the difference between the Hamburg American and North German Lloyd companies, negotiations have been opened for a meeting of the liri lish, American acd Continental shipping companies with a view to the re constitution of the North Atlantic shipping conference Montreal, 15.—Sir Thomas Sbaughnessy, President of tlie Canadian Pacific Railway, when asked respecting the assertion made in the United States Senate b\ Senator O'Gorman, that the Canadian Pacific was instrument t il in inspiring the demand of the British Government for a repeal ol the tolls exemption provision of the Panama Canal Act in favour of American owned vessels, said : "On the (outran, I he Canadian Pacific has never protested to the British government or any other government against Panama Canal tolls, flpd the company does not care what conclusion is finally reached." London, 15.—A motor driven life boat equipped for wireless te|. egtapll has just been fitted to the m w Allan Liner, The Alsatian, which left Liverpool on her second trip to Canada vesterday. FebtiiTy 18th 1914. London, 16,—Hodman Wana. niakeis formal entrv for the Daily Mails fifty thousand dollars transAtlantic prize has been received from the Aero Club of Ameiica. '1 he Daily Mail, commenting editorially upon Mr Wanamakers entry, trusts that the news that Americans are already in the field will stir British airmen to be up and doing. London, if>. — Lord Hamilton's descent upon America for the combination of Brains and experience which he cannot find in I'.ngland continues to arouse extraordinary interest in every class of the business community. It cannot be said to have given birth to any controversy, for nearly every paper or person expiessing an opinion, holds the view that SirClaud is wrong; but it is hoped that the agitation will have at least one beneficial result, since it will prove of real value to aspiring merit in the United States in the struggle for recognition. Speaking at Preston tonight, A. Bellamy, President of the National Union of Railwaymen, said that Lord Claud Hamilton's statement that be was unable to find a single man in the country to manage his railway amused him. Paris, iG.—The brain of AlphODM Peitillon, creator of the system of criminal identification, weighed l 535 grammes. The weight of the brain of the average man is 1.3C0 grammes. Queentown, 16.—The Steamer Carmania, from Liverpool for New York, anchored outside the harbour today, the captain declining to enter. Tin tender did not dare to venture outside, and fifty one pnsseugers and 1,000 sacks of mail iimst wait for the Olympic on Thursday. Sydney, Australia, 16—The Anieiican athletes today won si\ of the eight championships at the New South Wales meeting, London, 16,—The stock market* have shown the usual indication snf an incipient boom, at least in the section which at present monopolizes attention, namely, home investments. (continued on the 41b page 1 1 £


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Nvillivis n-ildu ins |urare in verbs ms-glatri.
Beir\fj bound to iwebr to the Dogmns if no Master.
VOL. XI.
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LEON K. H. MTM'CH
Boitoi and PaopaitToa
OffFICE }H u MARKET STREET
\.l KM N. P., tAIIAMA1 .
i'. (i. Box l:;
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ..... jd
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single Copy ... id
vVeekly .........4|d
Monthly ......is.ad
Quarterly .....( .. 4s.
Half Yearl* .....Be,
Veaily ... ... 161
I'AYAIU.I IN AI)VAN(T.
Advertising Rates: Six pence per line
fin first insertion ; thiee pence per line
for second insertion; and one penny per
line for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements undo tight lines 4s.
MUCK BEFORE MIND
Mr. limell Tells Hfl Autism j
Education Story
Mr. Birrell, Chief Secretary for
Ireland, delivered an nddreM lo
the Women's Liberal Association
in North Bristol on Saturday,
Alluding to the subject <>f edu-
cation, Mr. Rirrell said he left the
Education Office n wisei and cer-
tainly a sadder man, hut he be-
lieved Ins successor would have
lietterlmk. We really weir- not
lovers of education in tins country.
'lh House* of Commons at the
bottom of its heart thought thai a
good deal '( ibis education was
all nonsense, Other countries,
Germany (or example, took a very
different view, and thought that
education, primary and technical
was the veiy life blood of a 11 1-
lion.
It was very difficult to drive this
idea into local bodies. Farmers as
;i clans, did not think much <>fedu-
cation. An fast Anglian farmer
said to him on one occasion that if
all the mnr>ey spent on education
111 th* last 2 ) ye^ts had been Spent
on artificial manure Ibis would
indeed be a happy country. lie
S lid to the burner ;
"You prefer muck to mind"
and tlie farmer teplied, "I do."
(loud laughttl.) That represented
the view of a great many people.
Mr. Pease (the Minister of Kdu-
cation). Mr. Binel! added, ha I rea-
son to be full of hope that next
session he wculd be able to make
proposals which would preatly
eas< the financial position of local
authorities,
CABLEGRAMS
I.ondou, 15.Sudden outbursts
of insaniij in two fathers of fami-
lies werej responsible during last
night for the complete oblitera-
tion <:f two families consisting of
nine persons in uorthwei-t|Loudon
and at Tunbridge Kent
In both instances neighbors told
the police, the relations of the fami-
lies were of the happiest charac-
ter.
Liverpool, 15.- In consequence
of the settlement of the difference
between the Hamburg American
and North German Lloyd com-
panies, negotiations have been
opened for a meeting of the liri
lish, American acd Continental
shipping companies with a view
to the re constitution of the North
Atlantic shipping conference
Montreal, 15.Sir Thomas
Sbaughnessy, President of tlie Ca-
nadian Pacific Railway, when
asked respecting the assertion
made in the United States Senate
b\ Senator O'Gorman, that the
Canadian Pacific was instrument
t il in inspiring the demand of the
British Government for a repeal
ol the tolls exemption provision
of the Panama Canal Act in fa-
vour of American owned vessels,
said :
"On the (outran, I he Canadian
Pacific has never protested to the
British government or any other
government against Panama Ca-
nal tolls, flpd the company does
not care what conclusion is finally
reached."
London, 15.A motor driven
life boat equipped for wireless te|.
egtapll has just been fitted to the
m w Allan Liner, The Alsatian,
which left Liverpool on her second
trip to Canada vesterday.
FebtiiTy 18th 1914.
London, 16,Hodman Wana.
niakeis formal entrv for the Daily
Mails fifty thousand dollars trans-
Atlantic prize has been received
from the Aero Club of Ameiica.
'1 he Daily Mail, commenting edi-
torially upon Mr Wanamakers en-
try, trusts that the news that Ame-
ricans are already in the field will
stir British airmen to be up and
doing.
London, if>. Lord Hamilton's
descent upon America for the
combination of Brains and experi-
ence which he cannot find in I'.ng-
land continues to arouse extraor-
dinary interest in every class of the
business community.
It cannot be said to have given
birth to any controversy, for near-
ly every paper or person expiess-
ing an opinion, holds the view that
SirClaud is wrong; but it is hoped
that the agitation will have at
least one beneficial result, since it
will prove of real value to aspiring
merit in the United States in the
struggle for recognition.
Speaking at Preston tonight, A.
Bellamy, President of the National
Union of Railwaymen, said that
Lord Claud Hamilton's statement
that be was unable to find a sin-
gle man in the country to manage
his railway amused him.
Paris, iG.The brain of AlphODM
Peitillon, creator of the system of
criminal identification, weighed
l 535 grammes. The weight of the
brain of the average man is 1.3C0
grammes.
Queentown, 16.The Steamer
Carmania, from Liverpool for New
York, anchored outside the harbour
today, the captain declining to en-
ter. Tin tender did not dare to
venture outside, and fifty one pns-
seugers and 1,000 sacks of mail
iimst wait for the Olympic on
Thursday.
Sydney, Australia, 16The
Anieiican athletes today won si\
of the eight championships at the
New South Wales meeting,
London, 16,The stock market*
have shown the usual indication snf
an incipient boom, at least in the
section which at present monopo-
lizes attention, namely, home in-
vestments.
(continued on the 41b page1
1


tCbe tribune
Thursday. Fel.ru r> 19. 1914
Interest in the Home Rule
struggle deepens. Th* Govern
ment e\ idently intends to mi
supposed to be mixed by shak
ing it, whereas an expert could,
by practice, acquire the knack
ing forty eight cards en
. when there would liu :io
mixing.
B i, sir, bad. Oyez! Oyez!
Oyez! Let the old order change
and give place to the new The
tiate sugg btinns with a view to fountain of lustier must be pure
conciliate the opposition. If when we pay 1000 a yeai foi
' fit, and all that it means.
The reason {or these state-
ments is as plain as the nose on
one's lace 1 e if one has a nose,
and if this organ should be d< 11
cunt, perhaps the ears might
serve the same useful purp
[>r< ivided they do not adorn the
head of a jackass.
Hut I wonder \ et more w h('!i
I see how that bill was "con-
curred" in by the '"Si ven Sagi s" :
or might it have been the "Sev-
n Slee| ; then b) the Gov
ernor, and later bj the Colonial
Wiio was its legal ad
1 then ? The Jury Ai t of
1 is not a cri dit to the Col 1
n\. 'I'll'' moral to be ll a 1-,
Citizens! watch ill-' B
ONE OF THE PUBLIC.
because, according to his con-1sene Oil to Messrs. Brice and
ion ..I'the section for the| Ranger, per a VVard^Linesteam-
1 I by him, a raz >r er the "Manzanillo."
cannot be regarded as compris The Appeal was .'.ism I
ed in the expression "any load- with cost-.
ed pistol, or any dagger, on ~*
sword-stick,|orother likedead Extractfrom Hot
ly weapon." His main reason
'New Era."
ject the suggestions,the tactical
advantage, as Mr. Bonai Law
perceives, w ill remain with the
(iovernmi nt We are incliin I
t" think that in I the
I : ionistS v. il] .one' |
W do 1 o: 1 -lieve that the Bi 1
tish ele< toi.ite is much impress
ed by the threat of civil war II
Mi. Asquith should oiler large
concessions, and the Unionists
should reject them, we believe
that England, Scotland,
Wales will Lack Mr. A ; il
when a General Elei tio.....mi s
1 he North West Durham by-
el 11 1 iulted in the return
of the Liberal Can
n tjority of nearlj 17 1 1. A La
hour man split the vote and
drew away about 51 > votes
1 here has never been a tine,
cornered 6ght in North W< si
Durham before, both ih Lib
1 ral ami the Laboui candid I
were Home Kuli 1-. || ( annot
be 5.-1 i I, therefore, that North
" 51 11...- nn gives an) encoui
igenient to Carson ism.
Ci i imunicated)
Whatever may be said of the
Jills already mtrod 11 ed this
ion o| the Legislature, and
of others that may follow, the
Jury Bill will stand out promi-
nently ;i one of, if not tin- best,
an I it cannot too soon be 1......
p rated in the Laws of the Ha
ha mas. It is a wonder to in-- charge, and am of opinion that
how twenty-nine intelligent men his decision should b reversed,
could Inc.e assi nted to 1 1 pi
The following, is an extract
from a judgment delivered by
I lis I lonoui the Chief Jus' il on
the .|tli February, and published
bj us by n quest.
This is an appeal from the de
cision of (.!ie of the Stipi
\| igistrates wh irein he dis
sed a charge biYutghl against
the defendant, one VVilli im
Bowers, for carrying about his
in in Bay Streel "a dra
I .il. t' 1 v. it. a 1,1/' 'i, :n co 1
tiavi ntion of se< 1. : ol I ie Po
lice Regulation Act, 187
I have hail the advantage ".'
perusing the learned magis-
trate's reasons for dismissing the
for adopting this interpretation FSCHMA\j CIRCUS ["HERE
of those words is based upon W|T1] TU,: QOODS
his application thereto or the;
eiusdem generis rule; which rule Hie 7. H. Eschman shows
requires that, where general which are playing in the city
words follow particular and>under the auspices of the local
specific words of the same na- order of Moose has all there is
ture the general words are pre-! needed to make up a Bret 'lass
sumed to comprehend only one ring circus of the olden time
things of the same kind as those I nature and even acl g >es with
I 1,. the preceding ;i vigorous spirit th it makes it
;p, i: words;'and consequeni pleasing to the audience and we
ly inasmuch as the pacific words are-lad to announce that it is
"any loaded pistol, dacger, or absolutely free from an> unde-
sword -tick" denote any im-.sirable features that are so com-
plex ima facu manufac- j monly found with many of the
11 use .is ;, fi-rhtnc: vea-ttravelling shows of thischarac.
1, 1 Ififchosnlitit-s, '" The opening performance
: offensive orSdefeusiVe was <, IVrll Vestud.,\ aftUllOOtl
that ar.,/ a t! the '" a n on than pleased audience
isame kind. '""' everything went off with a
I,, the present ase, it is pos dash right from the opening
sible, from th t that 1 de number. The pom >s are well
ewniobewat drilled, the aerial numbers were
ie .-, razor amongst a crowd <'f exceptio lally g .od, an I the bt-
p-ople, for tus Court to infer He elephant did some stunts
ihathewas 'armed wit!,' this that have ne er been introduced
deadly weapon and convict him by any emus in Hot Springs
gly but as the .'1 cused hertt fore.
has faded to appeal in this. **
Court, it is more convenient to New Reels for the Imp rial
remit th I tin Magistrate by this mornings steamer, Look
with a direction that it be deal) out for to morrow's spe ial See
wit 11 in accordance with the advertisement for this evening
piovi io t o| the Ai as into r in a lother o ilumn.
h\ this Courl.
DANIEL T TUDOR,
Chid Justice.
sent Jury Act, a vei itable chi
mera, An\ man ol oidi
The facts ar i thai the defen
dant pleadi (I guilty to having
carried a razor on th......asion
intelligence has only to look charged but submitted in expla-
at the list of jurors as it is pa 1 rial ion that it had come int 1
I four times .1 yeai to be possession without hi
mpressed with the stupidity ol led I lus explanation the
the Act, and one more calculat learned magistrate found 10 be
ed to frustiatc the ends of Jus wholly untrue, as il 1
than any of those incorpor- conclusive!) by the prosecution
nted in tin nine inches thii l< of that the defendant, whilst walk
I matter yrlept Laws of ing through a crowd in bay
The Mad Ste imei "Miami"
arrived at I tins morning
following
I e Bahamas. N01 is t.u-
nnl) 1 ak point in the A t.
The manner of drawing the b 1 \
ii Court is absurd What isit?
I he names ,f forty eight men ed that the defendant could not
mown to the publii are written be convicted of committing an
on cards, placed 111 a box and offence against the said section
Stre 1. \c iring a ma>queradei s
dressand mas', was seen waving
the razoi in his hand.
The learned magistrate dei id
On February jth William
Bowers was conv u ted in the
Magistrate's Court of Wound- m
ing one Elizabeth Adderley W. Schmidt; Mesda
and sentenced to 3 mouths im-
prisonment.
In the Supreme Court.
( in it- Civil Side,
19th February, 1914. Hetelerj Mr. and Mrs \V. (,.
I ie Courl metal 11 a.m. Taylor, Mr. and Mis Stephen
Present: His Honour Daniel ll. Hass. Mr. and Mis Ira F.
!u! ..I |., K.C., Chief Justice. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
\\. [ S. Ca I lender, Esq., (for Giegg, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cor,.
Mess s I'.i 1 e and Ranger). A. ners, Mr and Mis. A. R. Jones,
K Solomon Esq., !,i die Ward and Mr. aim Mrs. J. II. Lamb;
McsS.S. E. J Hood, J. R. Keel
ter.and A. L Bliss.
rom Miami with I e
11 gers'
Mi ises C. Johnson, I. (Iregg,
M. < Jregg, C. S McCarthy and
mes C. I los-
kins and J Smith ; Mr and Mis.
I.. J. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Imjiah.iin, Mr. and Mis. (J.
A. Mi Kennon, Mr and Mrs. 'K.
Walsh, Mr. and Mis. II (i.
Line).
11 is 1 lonour the Chii f Justice
delivered Ins dei isio.....1 an Ap
peal by the Ward Line against
Hie decision of Stipendiai Mag-
istrate James M. Raw, E>q in
the Magistrate's Court, in the
matter of damages 1 damage-
to eight cases "i b. 1 1 cue Oil,
part of a consignment of Kero-
Mis. Carrie Roker; Messrs.
Edmund J ihnson, I In is. I .loyd,
Geo. W Young, Louis Smith,
John (iilson, John Ambross,
Wm. Know les, ()riel I ' int,
Geo ir.mt, Lebourn Carey,
Daniel Gaiter and l.uianuel
Roker.


I I MARRIAGE.
Dupuch Ml RRITTOn Nov.
2Qth,|i9i3, at bride's residence
491 St. Urbain street, Montreal,
Que by the Rev, M. McManus,
Eli as G. F. Dupuch, of Nassau,
Bahamas, to Mia Edith J. Mer-
ritt, only daughter of Mr. Wal-
ter R. \V. Mei ritt, oft ireenwich
London, England.
IMPERIAL I
THEATRE
Thursday 19th
FOUR KEELS -ALL GOOD.
POPULAR PRICKS.
Gil. 90", is.
DEA1 ll
Bascome. This morning,
191I1 February, 1914. at 9 o'clock
Nathaniel .1. Bascome, in his
731.1 year.
Funeral at 1.50 this afternoon
Interment in St. Matthew's
cemetery.
(Communicated)
GIANTS AG UN 01 I PLAY
THE STARS.
Pofessional ball played at the
parade (irounds Monday I
16th, and Big JBen who twirled
for the Giants won ins own
name. The Mars drew first
blood, Burnett scoring in the
2nd inning, and tlien little Ed
die Collins i.Otis) scored the
Other one and lust m the 311
lining, and then Big Ben con-
tinned to deliver goose eggs,
Burnett on the m mud for tin
Stai d to have the (iiants
at liis mercy, until the 5th inn
i ig, when Rube started things
with a single, Merrell with a
single, then \\ ebb broke things
U|> with a double scoring. Mei
sell, Old Father Pride, was
tl re with a hit scoring Webb
Big Ben come With a (lean hit
scoring Pride and Webb. The
teams are playing great ball,
very man in form, although
ttii iiants are two games in the
lead. The Stars are after the
scalp, Fathei Pride is hitting
in 3 k 1 cla is along with I >add\
Potter and Etts. Old man
W ilkei was unable to be in
uniform, but Ins team mates
h -Id then t ourage, played hard,
and hope for their Captain's
early rec >very.
Foxy Manning's running at h
in nli r and Pop I oln 1 's Stai
Catch at 3rd, were the features
of the fielding.'jwhile Queen and
Webb starred with the stick.
Score : (iiants, 4. Stais, 3.
Standing of Clubs:
' iiants won 5 lost 3.
Stars won 3lost ,5.
.Bitteries Stars Burnett an*
JJrire.
ipatteries GiantsRandolph
id LJiwen.
Umpires: -Lillig and True-
ait.
CABLEGR WK
London, 17.Milk sterilized
by el ctricity, thi microbes be
ing killed by electric sho ks, is
being supplied by the Liverpool
corporations milk depots to
about 1.000 babies daily.
Glasgow, 17- The British
steamer Tritonia, which left
February ninth for Mobile,
reports she is returning. Th
ve-.Nel sufl n d greatly in the
gale last Friday.
London, 17. -Sir Stuart Mon-
tagu Samuel, Radical member
of parliament for Whitechapel,
was todaj ordered bj Ju ti
Rowlatt of the Kings Bench di-
vision to pay penalt iesand 1
amounting to 165.000 because
fie voted in the house of com-
mons while his firm had a con
tract with the British govern
it. The money has to be
paid to 1 >r. Wm. Bird as a com-
1111 m informer.
Sir Smart who is one of the
I ding London bankers, was
compelled to vacati his seat in
parliament by order of the judi
cial committee of the priyj
1 ou 11 ii lasl yeai bei au
firm to which he 1" long" d had
be :ome pun hasi rs ol silver for
the Indian government.
Berlin, 17.- Thegeneral man-
agers of the Hamburg Ameinan
and North German Lloyd 1
are enroute to London to attend
the international shipping con-
ii 1
Sydney, N. S. \V. 17- -The
strike of slaughtei men, buti hers
and meat salesmen, here lias
1 a used a very acute meat fam-
ine in tin-- city. The reason of
the strike is the refusal of the
empl tyers to :t< rede to the lull
di mands of the men.
London, 17. The stork mar-
k-1 developed a n ai tii mary ten
(Jem v today. The < ontinent
and New York joined in the sel
ling and the market closed gen
erally lower. Consols declined
three eighth .
I'.Y RADIO.
London, 18.Lord Weardale
wa attacked by an unidentified
suffragette in the Euston rail
way station today. He was
knocked down and beaten
1 with a dug whip. The woman
THE ELEPHANT
is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world.
This is an undisputed fact. SUN LIGHT SoAP has
the largest sale of any Soap in the world. This,
also, is an undisputed fact. The greal value of
the Elephant's tusks is well known, but tar better
known to good housewives is the great value of
Sunlight Soap
It enjoys a well-deserved
popularity. Its mission is
cleanliness its standard is
punty. Increasing leisure,
and 11 ducing work, it is
used by delighted house-
wives all over the world in
preference to any other.
A TRIAL wii.i PROVE THIS
was arrested and remanded
without bail for trial. She refus-
ed to give hei nai
Brussels, 18. King Albert
who sustained a broken arm
while riding yesterday wasrest-
ing eas\ todaj.
Capetow ii, 18. By a vote of
1 j to 43 th \ imbly today
\ ted down a bill providing for
the enfranchisement of women
in South Ad
Cork, 1- F.. (I'Brien lea
of the i 1 lent Irish Na-
tionalist- w ho resigned his seat
in parliament when arc used ol
having lost the influence of his
C mstituem ey was returned to
parliament today as a member
for Cork City, unopposed.
San Frani isco, 1S The vice
n 1 lent, the superintendent
and the ( hid weighei of the
Westei n Fuel m] any w
found guilt) todaj of del lauding
the government by obtaining
tariff rebate.^ through 1
w eights.
Naples, iH, The White Star
liner Celtic was in collision to-
daj With the Madonna of the
Fabre Line in Lav ol Naples.
Both steamships were damaged
and their -a ling S hedu'es have
been changed. They were bound
for New York.
New York, 18. The Led Star
liner Lapland and the Ancho
Liner Columbia both due here
Sunday reached port today. A
thrilling incident of the Lap-
jands stormy voyage was the
bursting of a meteor near the
ship 011 Friday night. The Co-
lumbia passed through the cen-
tre of a hurricane Thursday
night when the wind blew al
1 j 1 miles an hour and she was
fid to hi ave to for more than
an hour.
.bii' ho, Long Island, 18.
1 he new 1 ountry home of Mrs
W. K. Vanderbill was burned to
the ground today. Loss about
two hundred thousand dollars.
New York, t8. Advices re-
ceived state that Mr and Mrs
Clan nee Ma :kay obtained a
I're;; of divorce 111
Paris. The decn e, signed by the
French tribunal, was handed
down within the last few days.
The d 1 i' e gives both parties
the right to re-marry.
New York. 18. The steamer
City of Savannah from Savan-
nah for Boston wirelessed todaj
that the live mast< d -
Kineo was leaking badly and in
danger of sinking 60 miles
North Nortl 1 t of Di mond
Shoal-. I hi revenue cutter
( mondago ha gi me to hei as-
sistance.
Lumber & Shing-les.
Irsr received a Cargo from
Jacksonville per schooner
*'l.ouise F."
ij, 1! x 10and i-', 30 ft. lengths
anil al*o any other sizes of lumber
required.
Prices to suit every body.
95 >,oon Shingles in stock. a
per thousand and upward,
CHAS.J. KELLY & BRO.
FOR SALE
ME Lubber"lire Phaeton in
A t Condition
Apply ot l'iii une < Hfica
o


There was the customary relapse
after the first advance had spent
itself, and then a renewed upward
turn.
Washington, 16. Democratic
leaders here feel certain that Pre-
sident Wilson will be a candidate
for the nomination for president
in tqi6, and some believe that his
selection as Pamocracys standard
bearer then is assured.
Berlin, t6.Some unnamed
South American Republic, accord-
ing to an official statement issued
tod ly, r^qires such an enormous
qu'intity of army rifles that the
entire ontput of Germany's leadin?
ijunworks for the pist eleven
months has heen absorbed by jthe
republics orders.
The Annual Bazaar
And Sale for tlie Benefit of
the Catholic Free Schools
will be held on the grounds of
SACRED HEART SCHOOL
East Shirley Street on Wed-
nesday and Thursday, Feb-
ruarv 18th and 19th.
A large assortment of Plain
and Fancv Articles of native
make.
Tea and Refreshments,
light and solid.
Gates open from 4 to 8
p.m. each day.
Notice.
A LI, persons are lierebv or-
dered by tlie Board <>f
Health to have their yards and
lots thoroughly cleaned, and to
have all rubbish, old cans, but-
tles, etc., removed therefrom,
before February 28th, 1914.
Accumulations ot 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, viz.: February a8th, all
persons who have failed to com-
plv witb this order, will be com-
pelled to remove their accumu-
lations t> the dumping ground
at their owii expense, and will
in addition, be liable to prose-
cution.
Pa order of the Board of Health
JAMKS H. KNOWLKS,
Clerk to the Board.
38th January 191 (.
Bicycles
for HIRE
103. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
A CHEAP LOT OF USEFUL
ARTICLES
LARGE soup plates at 2jd.
Mugs 2.Jd. 3d. 4d. Large mix-
ing bowls is., is., 6d., 2s. Six only
toilet set, 5 pieces, 8s. 12 do^en
more silver vases 6d. and is. 6
dozen thin tumblers 3d. Large ditto
4-^dd. Enamel basins o/l., is., is. 6d.
Large enamel pitchers is. 6d.
Large enamel chambers 2s. 12 more
nickle clocks 2s. 6d. Enamel stew
pans is. 6d. and 2s. Yellow cham-
bers o,d., is., is. 6d. Hand lamps is.
Stand ditto, i*. 6 A job lot of 50 sets fancy china
pitchers f)d. is, is. 6n\ 3 d.v.en
more of those cheap Imricane
lanterns 2s. Muffin pans, Put covers,
Pudding pans. Saucepans, Ketiels,
Large enamel dish pans is. gd.
and is. Fancy foot tubs is.
A CHANCE THAT WE DON'T
GET EVERY DAY.
4 only extra large fine willow
rockers 18s. Cane seat parlour
chairs 5". Large wood bottom*
rockers IDS. Tables 4s., 10., 16s.
One Letter Press 4s.
Call quicklv at
KNICK KNACK STORE,
-p Market Street,
NASSAU R\RC.\IN IK)I sE
ARE RECEIVING
This week from America a Fine
and Largp assortment of FURNL
TORE consisting of a large variety
of
REFI) and Wicker Rocking
Chairs from 14-. Htg, t .:-.
each Also an asstmt. of Onk
Parlour Tables from 10s. to 3 >S.
Ladies, Gents, and Cliilds. Desks,
Wardrobes, Sidebards ard bed-
steads, Ilureaux VVashstands.
Also
Large shipment of job l."ts |ry
Goods. Ladies and children'* Hats,
More pcs. Sanitary Diap r,
Table Napkins. Matting, Rugs,
Glassware, Enamld Ware,
Tinware, Notion*, Pictures, nni
lots of oilier goods.
A. F. MOORE,
Liny. 281I1 1914. Market St,
" Jr'crCOAKLEY's''
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
NOTICE.
Afternoons 2 p.m.
Evenings 8 p.ml
CIRCUS
N A s s a 1;
A Grand GALA Days A
February ?4th to 28th. ^
J. H. ESCHMAN CIRCUS
Consisting of
Athletes, Contortionists, Equilibrists, Trapeze Artists,
Revolving Ladders, Flying Rings,
Featuring Little Nemo the worlds most noted and
most talked of Trained Elephant.
Tdi,'.'! her with
Trained Dogs, Ponies and other Equine wonders.
LOCATION:
F I. V I \(i II 0 US E G R O U X DS
FREEOutside Attractions Daily.
2 and 7 p m.
"NEW NATIONAL" r
IDEAL"
HANI) MACHINES
NEW HOME" "RUBY"
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CHAS. B.ALBURY
._.,..... ., \ \ J V. would form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we nr>w
pHl! is to inform my Patroni \\ , h ,,, ex.lisiv,0 Stock of II WAN \ CIGARS, We
1 ami the I.oblic in v-ieiieral --,-.. ou. i,r:ill,i , i. .,.,.,1.. [ ,.. i,.,,.,. Havana and Sumatra
tli.it I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
General repair Of new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. rluylrr,
Hay Street. East (Wharf
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Mimatri'
Wrapper*.and Havana Fillers throughout,
I hese Cigar*are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
andcreat paint arc taken to produce anarticle ol superior quality!
"ffie success we have met with in the past leads us confidently logtpttt
the patronage of onunoiseurs.
J. I.. SALNDERS A Co.
Bay-Street,


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