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T TLhe tribune Thursday. Februar> 26. 1914 The Unionists are still suffer ing from the moral effects of the sudden change of attitude on the tariff issue last year "says" "Cuneo" in a recent issue of the Fortnightly Review. In this connection it is interesting to trace the several causes which led to the revival of the whole fiscal controversy. The events which contributed to this were several, i The agitation of many years against Continental sugar bounties led to a convention by which bounty-fed sugar was excluded from Great Britain, to the admitted loss of the British consumer. 2. The heavy expenditure entailed bv the South African war led in 1902 to the re-imposition of the Corn Duty after fifty six years. This was interpreted by Protectionists as a recantation of Free Trade doctrine, and great was their disappointment when the tax was repealed in the following year Its supporters variously assigned the incidence of this duty yielding £2,500,000. to foreign exporters, shippers, merchants &c, and declared it had no effect on the consumer. Lord St. Aldwvn • then Sir Michael Hicks BeachJ Chancellor of the Exchequer, in repealing the tax, said he did so because it fell upon the poor st classes. 3. Alarm in some quarters res pecting the supply of food in case of war led to the appointment of a Royal Commission to enquire into the Subject. 4. The event of greatest impor tance and one which excited pgieatest interest, however, was the promulgation by the then Colonial Secretary (Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, of a policy of preferential trading with the Colonies as a means for consolidating the Empire on a (dm menial basis, and for rendering it a self-supporting unitv, independent of other countries. This it was, then, that raised (he whole issue of Free-trade versus Protection. It became again necessary to restate the arguments for the policy adopted in 1846, and to consider their ap pin ability to modern conditions, since it was maintained in some quarters that circumstances have changed, and that a theory of Foreign trading, which was convincing some fifty year* ago, is wholly inapplicable to present times. The result of this agitation was that some of the soundest financiers, economists, and statesmen of modern times, proved incontrovertibly ; that Mr. Chamberlain's proposals involved a re-actionary movement to unsound un-economic protectionist finance; that economic laws are constant and not liable to change ; and that as far as British commerce was concernled the policy of Free-trade was j the only policy, as great Britain owes her continued prosperity I to an abundance of cheap food. 1 and raw materials. Such was j the verdict of such men as the [late Duke of Devonshire, Ford Rosebery, Lord Avebury, Lord St. Aldwyn, Lord Hugh Cecil, and a host of other witnesses of equally sound judgment. Mr. Lloyd Georges great budget gave practical proof of the soundness and elasticity of Freetrade finance. The Colonial premiers hastened to assure the home government that the last thing they wished for was a preference which could only be given by taxing the people's food, and finally we find the Unionists themselves unable to advance anything like a definite and workable scheme, hence I their present chaos and confusion Lord Beaconsheld'a historic j words "Protection is not only dead but damned" are once again proved to be words of truth and wisdom, and we have %  .iiisc to hope that other nations will be in time, (for Protection creates vested interests that it takes generations to break down) jsee the economic soundness and j wisdom of this policy of Free imports, and by removing these vexatious restrictions to trading, unite the whole world in an era of greater prosperity. r We had the pleasure of meeting yesterday, Mr. R. DeKoven of the Star Theatre Co.. of Miami, i' la. While tins is Mr. 1 leKnvcn's first trip to tieB ihama* his wife 1 (who we regiet to learn is now dead I often came over here Mr. DeKoven thinks the Bahamas an ideal place. He does not know of anv among the many places he has visited, that can compare with Nassau 1 "The Tribune" wishes him a pleasant stay. Mr. DeKoven arrived on Monday and Ins mission especially is to arrange with Mr Newton for the booking of a vaudeville attraction in tic immediate future with others to follow at stated intervals. He has leased the Imperial, for Friday night, for the presentation of two mammoth spectacular two reel fea. hire photoplay productions which have made an instantaneous and emphatic hit wherever and whenever shown Synop scs to morrow. See advt. Don't miss the four Reels at the Imperial to-night. The new Animated Weekly is something worth seeing. All new Reels every night6d. od. is. CIRCUS AGAIN DRAWS FULL HOUSE The Circus now exhibiting on the Flying Horse Grounds Easl Bay.street was greeted last even ing by another crowded audience of the amusement loving people of Nassau. Macsnoted the c Mirteous treatment and honest endeavours of Mr. Esch man. the proprietor, in looking after the welfare of hi* P itrons Arrangements lia\ e been made whereby tickets may be purchased at the 1 hoccsan Book Store, at regular prices, for the convenience of persons who live down town. Matinee 3 p.m. Evening 8. 30 pin sharp. An extra p'Tpormanee may be given on Saturday morning. Much of the success of the Circus, in this island is due to Mi Daniel C. Hawn, the publicty manager, whose push and courtesy did a great deal towards popularizing the Show. BOY SCOUTS BENEFIT SPECIAL MATINEE. Since writing the foregoing we learn that it is the intent, on of the Proprietor of the Circus to give a grand benefit performance to morrow, Friday afternoon, at ? o'clock. Mr. Esch ma n has always taken great interest in public organizations all over the world, and his desire to help the Bov Scout movement hew will no doubt be appreciated, The Scouts will assemble at the Hotel Colonial Grounds at 2:15,411 regular uniform, and 111.:r< h to tinCircus Grounds, headed by the Circus Band. I ickets may be purchased at the Diocesan Bool; Slorc Friday being a half holiday we bespeak a capacity audience, as the object is a good one, and for the assistance of a grand cause. We have murMian once called attention t< the improper and reckless d i ing 'hat pr^ vails in our str Is ;.i d which resulted on Monday morning in Miss Helen Peters being knocked off her b ryele run over and severely bruised ; her bicy. cle. a new one, being ruined. The White Star Line Cruising Steamer "Laurentic" steam ed for New Vork it about 6 o'clock yesterday evening. The Mail Stea ner "Vigilan cia" arrived this morning from Santiago The foil .wing lassengers per "Laurentic" yesti rdaj stopped over here. Misses Robinson, Thompson, Nicholls, Hall Fbi'in, Brennan, I i.i m; Mesda nes Charles Gates, Merry, F. P Hopwood, Lai 1 Pierce -Fitzpatrick, (Nurse) Morford, -Caldwell,-Barber,—Hunter, B utter, S. L. Smith. F. H, Damon, J. S. Cochrane, and —Fitzgerald; Mr and Mrs C. Viate, Mr and Mrs F. P. Hopwood. Mr and Mrs P. N.Gardiner, Mr md Mrs F. II. Lnugee, Mr and \! sBockenhoff, Mr,md Mrs Ml. Brabb, Mr and Mrs C. C. Harmon, Mr and Mrs T. S. Whitley, Mrand Mrs R. (i. Morrow. Mr and \ln J. (,. rientz, Mrand Mis A ('.. Cox, Mr and Mrs F. I'". Fauquier, Mi and Mrs Kishel, Mr and Mrs R. G. Sherman, Mr and Mis R. E. I ergusson, Mr and Vrs J. F. Brennan, Mr and Mrs H. C' Williams, Mr and Mrs Rowley, Dr and Mrs F, E. Clark, Mrand Mrs I. McCormii ; Messrs C. C. VY\ man, 11. W\ man, R. E. Jones, J. II. Brabl -Could, T. S. Mathies >n I Shannon J. Gardiner, E. A Gardiner,-Aclioff,—Mir:en, W F.Rhodes —Martin; Capt II -am. (73) To the Editor, 'he Tribune I'eb J51I1 I9I4. Sir, I am in doubt about who is responsible lor regulating the; traffic in Nassau. Prob ibly no one In that cas %  might I ask you to ventilate a public nuisance and danger, namely, the ignorant careless driving of drivers ? surely drivers should observe the rules whii h obtain 111 London as near as the circumstances allow, e.g. fast traffic 111 the centre on f/.v/V respective sides of the c< ntre line, slow traffic at the tides; signalling iwith the hand when one wants



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L to turn in to the side or when one is ? nit to turn a corner. Such r^'sm.iy sound troublesome hi in practice they are not so an I they would make for safety. Your readers will rememhrr many instances of accidents and narrow e capes in the last few wi'eks, be ause some such rules were mil ommonly observed. 'nui-, faithful!) WILF JED STANHOPE LOVELL. Till'. K1KUYU CONTUOVERSY. Sir, In refen nee to your comments on tliisca e on Tuesday Feb. 24,1 am i ire that those who are interested in the matter may take it fc 1 granted, that neither the Bishi p "f Zanzibar, n<>r t|nse u!i 1 support him, will e?i i plead m a Doctrinal ques tion before the Judicial Comn) it tee of the Privy Council. For more than sixty year-, even High Churchman has refused ricognitii n of tins as an Eccle siasrie.il Court. It is ind < %  I true that the State in Enjjlan I has abolished the old peeler iastical Courts just as for uvei <> ie hundred years 'he G>nvocal >n nf the Church of England vereabolished. But authority is inln rent in the K|ai ojia e, and .an relief from the mKlern state usurpation >>f ee< lesiastical jurisdiction in En ;land it only dates from 18 v — will come, as the revival of Convoi ationcame in 1853, l>\ tli<' action of the Church itself, and in S|) te of "eminent legal antiiorilii -." Arch bis lop Benson began this revival ol 1 ecleiastical jurisdiction, though in too personal a farm, in t'ie famous trial of Bisiiop King in 1S )i, and t ie Judicial l oinmittee of the Privy Dnincil, by and bye, accepted miietly a revival of what till wen had been their own legal ssttlemeni of the questions at iSSllc. [A decision now of the Arch bfehop, and ins Comprovincial Bishop, would certainly have no "legal"' force as things now acin England. But it would have that which is far Stronger, and more worth striving for, •spiritual for.e, which will be acknowledged by every true jrchiiian, may s nw day cost the .'lurch of England the price of Establishment to be fiee, but Mr. W. E. Gladstone long ago showed OOC* for all that the present usurpation of ecclesiastical jurisdiction by the civil authority, is not an outcome of Establishment, but rather a breach of the true and constitutional relationship between Church and State, and a tyranny set up, when the Church's voice in Convocation had been silenced Yours faithfullv II. P. BULL, of the Societv of St. John the Evangelist, Boston. HOLDER I he friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holder, Miss Mars Holder, Mr. and Mis. Charles Holder. Jr., and Mr. Bennie Holder are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. Charles Holder Tuesday, February 17th 1914, at 3 p. m. from the residence, 30} Williams street. Rev. E.L. McDaniel will officiate, Interment will be in WVst View cemetery. The following named gentlemen will please act as pallbearers ind meet at the chapel ol 11. M. Patterson !nyn.i SH usage Hi 30 cent MI Ih AT THE ROYAL STORE. J. I.. SAUNDERS .S: Co Popular Mechanics Magazine "WPtlTTCN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" A GREAT Cotitinu.d Storr of the World's %  ^ Progress whirh >ou may begin reading at any IBM, and which will hold \our interest forever. Ynu are living in the best year, of the most wnmleiful age, of what is doubtless the greatest world in the universe. A resident 01 Mars would gladly pay — *1 Ann FOR ONE YEAR'S *pl,UUU SUBSCRIPTION tothih maKa/ino.jn order to keep informed of our progri-N* in Knuneeringand Mechanics. Are you reading it f Two millions of your neighbors ire, and it is the favoi ite m;igacine in thousands of the besr American homes. It tppftia to all classes u;d and young -men arid women. The "Shop Xotei" Depsrtmflnt '-'0 ;.,% %  -. gives eu*y ways t.t do thing-* ho* to m ike useful tuilcles for timueuiid IDOp, n peir*. elc. "Amateur ltscha-iies" 1 in payi > tHK how to in !' %  •' Mission rurriilnrt,wlrolspsoutfits, boats. engines, in.ifj.i-. .tod ill the tliin_ n buy loves. •a.10 PIR VtAW. UNOLg COPIES 24 CENTS Aah i"ir N-w*vu on* • %  — WHITE row mt SASSPIE COSY TODAY POPULAR MECHANICS CO. 110 W. U iiliinnimi St., CHICAGO, IT.S.A. it



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•iTuleti, is a mnitpi which seems' ing e xplanation of the killing <>f '•.-ill for greater justification W. S Benton: no has at present been produced "The English subject, 1 Benfon, v 1 lie Bisdop "i Zanzibar and was pul to death because he we1 think with him. into mj r* o n and pulled out his i revolver to kill me. W hen the time i u nes,' ili" trial will DP •pen t-• give full sa'isfai tion to the Bi itish pe 'I'll' ', CABLEGRAMS. i bruar) 21 [914. London, 24. G ents on 1 rution of W. S. Benton, a I lish subject, by the Mexican I !• ler, 0 ... 01 !er • e space in the editorial col II ins of London papi rPresideiit Wilsons policj in .ico is str< mgly 1 1 iticizi d, nd some pa*p< rs ui tion I In at Britain il the I Inited States d t take 1 1 ths safety of foreigners. It has also di lared 1 ireat Britain has been patient too Inn;;. Amonf temper\ iew 9. I 1 iwever, there is a CIRCUS BEGINNING To-night — Flying horse gruonds %  !" ••Nl • N \ noNAL"R S\LE BY CHAS.E, ALBURY. Free OUTSIDE ATTRACTIONS would 1 form all who appn that we n w Notice. V\ %  \N.\ CIGARS. We le ol the finest I 11 A LL persons arc herebj orWrappers, and Havana Killers through dried by the Board "I These Cigars are man ed on by si : I workmen call for suspension 91 judgment HeaMh to have their vards and and 1 pains re taki quility. pending the result of the Ameri | 0 ts tl >rou '" success we h vi ei viihinthe ntly to expect ran inquiry into t ,. M ru bbi* "" %  ' urs a doubl Iso expi ether am tional 1 a8l .. tin is invoh I. Accumulation of rubbish p> a that Sir Edced % %  ard (Jrev will 1 1.. -\i i nt in the house 1 I 1 ommons t< 1 day in ref< irs in Mexico. Lewes, Delv I !, %  • five, masted tank schooner Kineo arnv...1,1.; here to-day under tow of the \ kins Hughes TheKineo put into 11 1 1 .1 1 v 1 :ks ago with <.i il%  and hei cargo shifted. After making n pairs ihe vessel ig mi set out, I ut ei couni '. ie .. furthi 1 ip the co 1st, and v %  forci d to ca II foi aid by wire. London, 84.— Ivor Bertie G %  Baron Wimborne, dii I I lis heir is Lord \shbj v t. I 1 inized the p 1I0 te in w will attempl ti 1 recovei thi internaI L01 1 I lie genei il tone. • f financi d I usiness hi re is %  lull, owing largely to the less con. 1 itoi\ spirit ol recent -p 1 pori Ihe L'Kti London, .1 \ violent si %  svi epi 'ii the M hole ol nee. At I ihe loi led %  W< xford, 24 ton long he ci s to day, ai ru by life ho its to 1 i who landed \• sterd >\ on the 11 I '. M ling. Lond 1, .'iflu lion Mrs 'A hitelaw Ri id ed fn m trust R irity a site on w h stitute as a n ihei. Ion, 24. ibled the I ailj Mail the follow. this 1 irder, will I 1 d at the Pub ; ex| til the mentioned ; but ftei thai date, viz. February 28th, all have 1 d to com ,,v plv with this nrdei. w ill be 11 m IU E -,, , Shingle: Resl N'o. 1 Hi irl ;in. C\ on ss IS & ( R A I. lied ti> remove then ai cumu latii ins I lumping at their o 'ill in additi liable to pi cution. By ordi 1 B ardof Health I \\1! %  > II KNOWLES, k to tin Boa i %  .' 1 l.( IS I %  \ > \', en S. I 1 11. %  %  %  • 1 r c 11 a 1111 11 ispnal \ MI \ i 1 111 1 e : 1 i • 11 s NO'I ICl PF R<< i\ .. har. hnuring I 12 year? Il Itr/nici 1 M lio I a.1 II Mill (Hi Sui nun nine,. ..I \ infoi 111.1I1011 a! to llel wll 1" d' Uts in a\ given to hei ml lest ina B < in 1.; the "Tribune Ol P." J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of Its excellent quality. Sin a : 159.1 per ihound ol 20 bundli I >isi 1 iunts en lots 1 'I ovi 1 %  1 shingli •. Special Price also on In 5in. C\ pn pi r I Ills prii a \ 11 y Fresh lock arriv VVI C. C. SAI NDERH \ \-s \\ p, VRl \l\ HI II 1 i EIVINt 1 I |l 1 I %  Ml \ llli'l II. I I i and 1.11 ; %  iss rtn enl o| I L'UNI. I 1'|.d 'nisi-1 01. %  %  1 larfi t 1 Ml) and VVii ker from 14s. si I PHI 11 \ 1 an asstiiit. ol U Paifnui 3"S, I 1 ilds. Desks, \\ ,11 di obi -, Sideba ids aid Bedi.ux Wii ihsl inds. Also Ba K I 1 1 II III i| |oli I.ills I hv 1 , It, I lies and children' Hat -. Rugs, Mure 111 s. Sanitary I haper, l ', ins. Matting, 1 i. ;ne, Enamld Ware, I ivare, Notions, Pii tun I, and ini ol olhei goods. \ f. MOORE, I ili 1 j 1 4. Marl -•! St, gams AG UN IN BOO is AND SHOES. \\7II.II\ S \ \ 1 ME SIIOEM W • ed .1 nl 1 it 1 SAM LI I l nl 1. i 3 pain • wild Sold : i \ CHI \ I' : I nsl .: is in a le5 th.01 ihe 1,1 ',l i \k 1'RI In d nee your self l 1 inothi 1 lot "I 1 Inise Exi ptional Ii. ii which js i 1 \ arid t In n Wild I \\i-\\dp )' ES I I. \KU RET \ll. SHOH E* l \id ISI1MEN I". -'77 -'Th Hay-stieet, NOTI V.. I n HIS is to inform mj P t the I'll!; IC in Gel that I have op* m d my Public Pn 1 Ii s, | p. an d am to do lung in the In % %  ol %  ui repa ir 01 new work I lorse Shoeing >pecially, Ml work d i Me limed \ p A. luyl i, Baj street. East



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!t Nvillivis addirtns jvirare in verba mai;istri. Bcirxji bour\d to swear to the Dogmas if no Master VOL. XI. N.\SS.AVI. N. P., Bahamas. Thursil.iv. Fcburarv 26. I l l4 No. ti4 <. CD SO 0 CO CD a o CO LI IN I H : I I II ui PlOPIIITO OKr"l I 44 \f All ; N 1 [SHI i J mil \ M Veil in i Frid* • 1(1 .. 1 i Ihh 4'' ) I %  ..U S \ III e f/l I %  '. %  I %  |. rCHKS TO IKK A 11 Nl INTOISI IN lUS 1; ih the man fa ind III!' pho*| u will I" it to ill in \11, i %  11' i 'ii .In!;i i ,• when the lav %  ; %  entlx i l ng a prithibiti iches in win t tanci is u %  in (1 in the Kebruai \ Popular M • .in • M i < izine. ''his 1 iw %  iiftei a 1' HI 1 .: i ducatmnal ipaign thai madi I ie pu ire of the trrribl I uth win! is, ai uuht in' the fact I ' i forms ol phosphorus n il ol .1 >us nature. Pit" rus obtain* d h h i im-isi mainh "I phos| lv>rus and lime cbemi nil) med w itli each utln i and i\ ifh orjj inii ma'.ter. Tl e two form* monl) seen are vhite ph i II-and red phosphorus. I he white phosplmi us is poi u lull' the red phosphorus is ; tically barmle Under the new law onl) two kinds of mat< ins will be in use —the so calh d "safety" mati h, •A Inch ignites when scrah In >1 on i ilh |prepar< d sui face on su| %  of the box, and the which can be ignit*d on am drj surl i< ; 1 1 1 m ne i %  i !! i' %  v h i t e %  i %  match is cl win i 11 is to be i pho us. Tl bsta %  %  bird e" match i In mak i 11 g t i if th match < ih %  mi!' Ii burning afti r it is ilip I la on tin end ol this lisulp i de lip, A teiri| o I i qtui ni ting these I es. i h'it be i iugh do not i are not i xplosive. 1 In \ are l hei i mch safer than tin i all d ".-;il' t\" mati From 'Daily t if, i | I'll I mill I l )l IHSHI PS nclndi M \\V VIEWS. 1 11 I 11 I 111 ,1 11 I 111 I %  I 11' 11IS 1111 ,1 in urn' ii III III the I sum M ii li ,\ liu ii the gi ave pro ileni w hidi I tints lhe Church is I eing tlisi ussei'. | hi I' i'f Carlisl ich.n i.', n I%  al, i lie [ulloi to thecon11 c i • i %  i v : — %  I 11,, %  %  %  i i. i %  11; r i y \nil v. Ih* 1 I i %  i n %  I.I .I i W llll. ni u Ii ill ntllPI in I ii"]' 2 • I ai all." I be Vn lull ..i "ii "i l."inl"'i. of, ni i *i, I' mi's ( ntliedi, l yesti i I iv alte n ion, said : ••Iii' • % %  ni II. n lin c HI I' > %  !> b ii l< llllil I III III'"" llll I'll l>S IIIrnveisj, and >••• %  in ihom'ht IS IllAiiy l,! us s i 'V in i ml ll v -llie figure ni bishop Colenso wal king iln' s-ii %  '> iii Capetown in I 'Ii' a the I luiiiiphani issue %  >! thai i i troversy, look with almost blank amazement and astonishment at t c panic which seams to lie seizing mi the i hurch ai a mi i e passing in ubh Tin' following s|> % %  !•' i! inti r\ iews are nf pi THE RIGH'I H\ \ lilSHi P r GHAM \ car ol St Jude's S tl for fuurti an African bishop | be i %  ili.it il IIIPIC is no I ii.' %  Ii : n uni en ent, • nd w ilh i wi .uni ni the I of thi ca ntlung bul pood will 11 sil nation, I he Prnipsi t Cl nfi , which like ours I d to primitive scrij are den I r ith< hhy tli'ii lion in llie As a ••I'. | |P| ing pa ii' i II i' %  .! h %  f God's Holy s K I tin i is a 111 for us : lual touch 'ih ~. .1 ChrNi i ins, who are i n kith kin. (' I'm.i Rub (Vic-ir of 11 : So far as I can jui lae is only one desire on 111 %  par I '>f earnest Churchmen, and ihat is tint tlie problem may wit lead In |i .i uption or even disci u I, bul th it it may |"tini to *ome wider unity ihan we have yel I teen able to fon nee In I Ii ve E I i i'.n wij Christ ia rk siicc Ie in -pill' 1 1 them, bul in I he mis n uces ire vital, I -. mir Ii isis lur unity ol vork in I \ i may M li<>|e > i •( ,' SS ,,f ('Injsti miiy in itt II i vitIi M.-i11'i %  i P iiiis-n, i lie l

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Title: The Tribune.
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Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Thursday, February 26, 1914
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I tints lhe Church is I eing tlis-
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Irnveisj, and > in ihom'ht is
IllAiiy l,! us s i 'V in i ml ll v -llie
figure ni bishop Colenso wal king
iln' s-ii'> iii Capetown in I 'Ii' a
the I luiiiiphani issue >! thai i i -
troversy, look with almost blank
amazement and astonishment at
t c panic which seams to lie seizing
mi the i hurch ai a mi i e passing
in ubh
Tin' following s|>!' i! inti r\ iews
are nf pi
THE RIGH'I H\ \ lilSHi P
r GHAM
\ car ol St Jude's S tl
for fuurti an African bis-
hop | be i ili.it il iIipic is no
I ii.' "' Ii : n uni en ent, nd
w ilh i wi .uni ni the I
of thi ca ntlung bul pood will
11 sil nation,
I he Prnipsi t Cl nfi , which
like ours I d to primi-
tive scrij
are den I r ith< h-
hy tli'ii lion in
llie As a
I'. | |P|
ing pa ii'
i II i' .!
h f God's
Holy s
Kitin i is a 111 for us
' : lu-
al touch 'ih ~. .1 ChrN-
i i ins, who are i n kith
kin.
(' I'm.i Rub (Vic-ir of 11
: So far as I can jui lae '
is only one desire on 111 par I '>f
earnest Churchmen, and ihat is
tint tlie problem may wit lead In
. |i .i uption or even disci u I, bul
th it it may |"tini to *ome wider
unity ihan we have yel I teen able
to fon nee
In I Ii veeiii'.n
wij
Christ ia rk siicc Ie
in -pill' 11 them, bul in I he mis n
uces ire vital,
I -. mir Ii isis lur uni-
ty ol vork in I \ i may
m li<>|e > i ( ,'SS ,,f
('Injsti miiy in it- t
II i vitIi M.-i11'i i p iiiis-n,
i lie l \ i i f I Ii i' \- I i i i i \ I I
Vi
1 -I. I Ill's P id-
'ir
hu t that
I l|i 1ST I i i (Iii. Iili' ll M lin
h'.'i ived at C< on are mem-
ber* of i in- nil v .f Chi ist. There
fore i" refuse to receive them, es-
i llv nil siilci inn 'I"' cii'i n-'i -
stances hv whu h llvv " c mi
. n! ii I. 'I mi foui Mi |i ige. ',


T
TLhe tribune
Thursday. Februar> 26. 1914
The Unionists are still suffer
ing from the moral effects of the
sudden change of attitude on the
tariff issue last year "says"
"Cuneo" in a recent issue of the
Fortnightly Review. In this
connection it is interesting to
trace the several causes which led
to the revival of the whole fiscal
controversy. The events which
contributed to this were several,
i The agitation of many years
against Continental sugar boun-
ties led to a convention by which
bounty-fed sugar was excluded
from Great Britain, to the ad-
mitted loss of the British consu-
mer.
2. The heavy expenditure entail-
ed bv the South African war
led in 1902 to the re-imposition
of the Corn Duty after fifty six
years. This was interpreted by
Protectionists as a recantation
of Free Trade doctrine, and
great was their disappointment
when the tax was repealed in
the following year Its sup-
porters variously assigned the
incidence of this duty yielding
2,500,000. to foreign exporters,
shippers, merchants &c, and de-
clared it had no effect on the
consumer. Lord St. Aldwvn
then Sir Michael Hicks BeachJ
Chancellor of the Exchequer, in
repealing the tax, said he did so
because it fell upon the poor st
classes.
3. Alarm in some quarters res
pecting the supply of food in
case of war led to the appoint-
ment of a Royal Commission to
enquire into the Subject.
4. The event of greatest impor
tance and one which excited
pgieatest interest, however, was
the promulgation by the then
Colonial Secretary (Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain, of a policy of
preferential trading with the
Colonies as a means for consoli-
dating the Empire on a (dm
menial basis, and for rendering
it a self-supporting unitv, inde-
pendent of other countries. This
it was, then, that raised (he
whole issue of Free-trade versus
Protection. It became again
necessary to restate the argu-
ments for the policy adopted in
1846, and to consider their ap
pin ability to modern conditions,
since it was maintained in some
quarters that circumstances have
changed, and that a theory of
Foreign trading, which was con-
vincing some fifty year* ago, is
wholly inapplicable to present
times. The result of this agita-
tion was that some of the sound-
est financiers, economists, and
statesmen of modern times,
proved incontrovertibly ; that
Mr. Chamberlain's proposals in-
volved a re-actionary movement
to unsound un-economic protec-
tionist finance; that economic
laws are constant and not liable
to change ; and that as far as
British commerce was concern-
led the policy of Free-trade was
j the only policy, as great Britain
! owes her continued prosperity
I to an abundance of cheap food.
1 and raw materials. Such was
j the verdict of such men as the
[late Duke of Devonshire, Ford
Rosebery, Lord Avebury, Lord
St. Aldwyn, Lord Hugh Cecil,
and a host of other witnesses of
equally sound judgment. Mr.
Lloyd Georges great budget
gave practical proof of the
soundness and elasticity of Free-
trade finance. The Colonial pre-
miers hastened to assure the
home government that the last
thing they wished for was a
preference which could only be
given by taxing the people's
food, and finally we find the
Unionists themselves unable to
advance anything like a definite
and workable scheme, hence
I their present chaos and confusion
! Lord Beaconsheld'a historic
j words "Protection is not only
dead but damned" are once
again proved to be words of
truth and wisdom, and we have
.iiisc to hope that other nations
will be in time, (for Protection
creates vested interests that it
takes generations to break down)
jsee the economic soundness and
j wisdom of this policy of Free
imports, and by removing these
vexatious restrictions to trading,
unite the whole world in an era
of greater prosperity.
r
We had the pleasure of meeting
yesterday, Mr. R. DeKoven of
the Star Theatre Co.. of Miami,
i' la. While tins is Mr. 1 leKnvcn's
first trip to tie- B ihama* his wife
1 (who we regiet to learn is now
dead I often came over here
Mr. DeKoven thinks the Baha-
mas an ideal place. He does not
know of anv among the many
places he has visited, that can
compare with Nassau
1 "The Tribune" wishes him a
pleasant stay.
Mr. DeKoven arrived on Mon-
day and Ins mission especially is
to arrange with Mr Newton for
the booking of a vaudeville at-
traction in tic immediate future
with others to follow at stated
intervals. He has leased the
Imperial, for Friday night, for
the presentation of two mam-
moth spectacular two reel fea.
hire photoplay productions
which have made an instanta-
neous and emphatic hit wherev-
er and whenever shown Synop
scs to morrow. See advt.
Don't miss the four Reels at
the Imperial to-night. The new
Animated Weekly is something
worth seeing. All new Reels
every night- 6d. od. is.
CIRCUS AGAIN DRAWS
FULL HOUSE
The Circus now exhibiting on
the Flying Horse Grounds Easl
Bay.street was greeted last even
ing by another crowded audi-
ence of the amusement loving
people of Nassau. Macs- noted
the c Mirteous treatment and
honest endeavours of Mr. Esch
man. the proprietor, in looking
after the welfare of hi* P itrons
Arrangements lia\ e been made
whereby tickets may be pur-
chased at the 1 hoccsan Book
Store, at regular prices, for the
convenience of persons who
live down town.
Matinee 3 p.m. Evening 8.
30 pin sharp.
An extra p'Tpormanee may
be given on Saturday morning.
Much of the success of the
Circus, in this island is due to
Mi Daniel C. Hawn, the pub-
licty manager, whose push and
courtesy did a great deal towards
popularizing the Show.
BOY SCOUTS BENEFIT
SPECIAL MATINEE.
Since writing the foregoing
we learn that it is the intent,on
of the Proprietor of the Circus
to give a grand benefit perform-
ance to morrow, Friday after-
noon, at ? o'clock.
Mr. Esch ma n has always taken
great interest in public organi-
zations all over the world, and
his desire to help the Bov Scout
movement hew will no doubt
be appreciated, The Scouts will
assemble at the Hotel Colonial
Grounds at 2:15,411 regular uni-
form, and 111.:r< h to tin- Circus
Grounds, headed by the Circus
Band. I ickets may be purcha-
sed at the Diocesan Bool; Slorc
Friday being a half holiday we
bespeak a capacity audience, as
the object is a good one, and for
the assistance of a grand cause.
We have mur- Mian once call-
ed attention t< the improper
and reckless d i ing 'hat pr^
vails in our str Is ;.i d which
resulted on Monday morning
in Miss Helen Peters being
knocked off her b ryele run over
and severely bruised ; her bicy.
cle. a new one, being ruined.
The White Star Line Cruis-
ing Steamer "Laurentic" steam
ed for New Vork it about 6
o'clock yesterday evening.
The Mail Stea ner "Vigilan
cia" arrived this morning from
Santiago
The foil .wing lassengers per
"Laurentic" yesti rdaj stopped
over here.
Misses Robinson, Thompson,
Nicholls, Hall Fbi'in, Brennan,
I i.i m; Mesda nes Charles
Gates, Merry, F. P Hopwood,
Lai 1 Pierce -Fitzpatrick,
(Nurse) Morford, -Caldwell,--
Barber,Hunter, B utter, S.
L. Smith. F. H, Damon, J. S.
Cochrane, and Fitzgerald; Mr
and Mrs C. Viate, Mr and Mrs
F. P. Hopwood. Mr and Mrs P.
N.Gardiner, Mr md Mrs F. II.
Lnugee, Mr and \! sBockenhoff,
Mr,md Mrs Ml. Brabb, Mr and
Mrs C. C. Harmon, Mr and Mrs
T. S. Whitley, Mrand Mrs R.
(i. Morrow. Mr and \ln J. (,.
rientz, Mrand Mis A ('.. Cox,
Mr and Mrs F. I'". Fauquier, Mi
and Mrs Kishel, Mr and Mrs R.
G. Sherman, Mr and Mis R. E.
I ergusson, Mr and Vrs J. F.
Brennan, Mr and Mrs H. C'
Williams, Mr and Mrs Rowley,
Dr and Mrs F, E. Clark, Mrand
Mrs I. McCormii ; Messrs C. C.
VY\ man, 11. W\ man, R. E.
Jones, J. II. Brabl -Could, T.
S. Mathies >n I Shannon J.
Gardiner, E. A Gardiner,--
Aclioff,Mir:en, W F.Rhodes
Martin; Capt II -am. (73)
To the Editor, 'he Tribune
I'eb J51I1 I9I4.
Sir,
I am in doubt about who is
responsible lor regulating the;
traffic in Nassau. Prob ibly no
one In that cas might I ask
you to ventilate a public nui-
sance and danger, namely, the
ignorant careless driving of
drivers ? surely drivers should
observe the rules whii h obtain
111 London as near as the cir-
cumstances allow, e.g. fast traf-
fic 111 the centre on f/.v/V respec-
tive sides of the c< ntre line, slow
traffic at the tides; signalling
iwith the hand when one wants


L
to turn in to the side or when
one is ? nit to turn a corner.
Such r^'sm.iy sound trouble-
some hi in practice they are
not so an I they would make for
safety.
Your readers will rememhrr
many instances of accidents and
narrow e capes in the last few
wi'eks, be ause some such rules
were mil ommonly observed.
' 'nui-, faithful!)
WILF JED STANHOPE
LOVELL.
Till'. K1KUYU CONTUO-
VERSY.
Sir,
In refen nee to your comments
on tliisca e on Tuesday Feb.
24,1 am i ire that those who are
interested in the matter may
take it fc 1 granted, that neither
the Bishi p "f Zanzibar, n<>r
t|nse u!i 1 support him, will
e?i i plead m a Doctrinal ques
tion before the Judicial Com-
n) it tee of the Privy Council. For
more than sixty year-, even
High Churchman has refused
ricognitii n of tins as an Eccle
siasrie.il Court.
It is ind < I true that the State
in Enjjlan I has abolished the
old peeler iastical Courts just as
for uvei <> ie hundred years 'he
G>nvocal >n nf the Church of
England vereabolished. But
authority is inln rent in the
K|ai ojia e, and .an relief from
the mKlern state usurpation >>f
ee< lesiastical jurisdiction in
En ;land it only dates from
18 v will come, as the revival
of Convoi ationcame in 1853, l>\
tli<' action of the Church itself,
and in S|) te of "eminent legal
antiiorilii -."
Arch bis lop Benson began this
revival ol 1 ecleiastical jurisdic-
tion, though in too personal a
farm, in t'ie famous trial of
Bisiiop King in 1S )i, and t ie
Judicial l oinmittee of the Privy
Dnincil, by and bye, accepted
miietly a revival of what till
wen had been their own legal
ssttlemeni of the questions at
iSSllc.
[A decision now of the Arch
bfehop, and ins Comprovincial
Bishop, would certainly have
no "legal"' force as things now
ac- in England. But it would
have that which is far Stronger,
and more worth striving for,
spiritual for.e, which will be
acknowledged by every true
jrchiiian,
may s nw day cost the
.'lurch of England the price of
Establishment to be fiee, but
Mr. W. E. Gladstone long ago
showed OOC* for all that the
present usurpation of ecclesias-
tical jurisdiction by the civil
authority, is not an outcome of
Establishment, but rather a
breach of the true and constitu-
tional relationship between
Church and State, and a tyranny
set up, when the Church's voice
in Convocation had been silenc-
ed
Yours faithfullv
II. P. BULL,
of the Societv of St. John
the Evangelist, Boston.
HOLDER I he friends and
relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Holder, Miss Mars Holder, Mr.
and Mis. Charles Holder. Jr.,
and Mr. Bennie Holder are in-
vited to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Charles Holder Tuesday,
February 17th 1914, at 3 p. m.
from the residence, 30} Wil-
liams street. Rev. E.L. McDaniel
will officiate, Interment will be
in WVst View cemetery. The
following named gentlemen
will please act as pallbearers
ind meet at the chapel ol 11. M.
Patterson David Mourv, Mr. Caleb Clarke,
Mr \V. P. Moore, M. I.. B. Ro
Inn son, Mr John i lass and Mr J.
Shaw.
Atlanta Gazette 16 2 14.
,.
BY u \nio.
Toulon France, 25. The
French cruiser Wald'ck Rous-
v.ui which grounded in the < itllf
ol Juan on Mond tv was in a
perilous position to-day. Tugs
ire atl impting to float her.
Paris, 35.Aviator Geraix
carrying passengers in an aero*
plane ascended to a height of
10.39s; feet to day, thus making
a new worlds record.
London, 2 ^ King George has
finally decided to attend the
baseball game between the New
York and Chicago clubs here
to-day. McGraw of the New
York club is ill, and threatened
with pneumonia.
Albany, 25 -Howard I). Call
was to-day elected Mate TreaS'
urer to succeed the late John |.
Kennedy.who committed suicide
recently.
Ossining, New York, 25. -For
mer Police Lieutennnnt Becker
will be taken to the Tombs in
New York City to morrow. I Ie
isconfidi nt of eventually regain-
ing his freedom.
"When I am free," he said "I
am going to find the men who
; killed Rosentbaland bring them
justice. The men who shot him
; are still at large and the four
I men who are now in the death
; house are crooks, but they are
not the men who killed Rosen-
thai. "
London, 25.Karl Fitzwil-
liam, a close friend of King
George and Thomas C. Platt,
a Unionist politician, both
named as co-respondents in the
divorce suit brought by Leslie-
I Melville against his wife, and
! later settled out of court, appear-
ed in the divorce court to day
and emphatically denied the
allegations made against them.
Despite the fact that Leslie.
Melville and his wife settled
their differences out of court by
entering into a deed of separa-
tion Karl Fitzwilliam and Mr
Platt insisted on appearing in
court in order to clear them-
selves.
Lynn, Mass, 25. Over a
hundred automobiles werejburn.
ed today ill the Essex Garage.
( hie man lost his life.
New York, 25. District
Attorney Whitman has not vet
derided whether he will put
Becker on trial a second time.
I He will study the court of ap-
peals decision before that point
: is determined.
Beckers lawyers are confi-
dent that he will not be tried
again.
Friday
IMPERIAL
27th
Theatre
LEASED BY STAR THEA-
TRE CO,, MIAMI, I' LA.
j
SPECIAL FEATURE
PHOTOPLAY SHOW
TWO 2 REEL FEATURE
PRODUCTIONS EXTRA-
ORDINARY
"THOU SHALT NOT
STEAL" Rex
"THE SECRET OF THE
SEA" Ambrosia.
Note,The Imperial has
been leased to the star Thea-
tre Co. Miami, Fla., for one
night only for the production
of the above special two two
reel.
Admission
Prices : is. 3d. is. 6d.
Note Coming for Satur-
day- Spanish Mexican Prize
Bull FightTwo extraordi-
nary Reels.
A
FOR SALE
Cornish Organ 5 Octaves
In good condition
Reference \|i. Grorga I.. Divis
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West Stieet 24
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Thursday Feb. 26.
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iTuleti, is a mnitpi which seems' ingexplanation of the killing <>f
'.-ill for greater justification W. S Benton:
no has at present been produced "The English subject,1 Benfon,
v 1 lie Bisdop "i Zanzibar and was pul to death because he we1
think with him. into mj r* o n and pulled out his
i revolver to kill me. W hen the time
i u nes,' ili" trial will dp pen t-
give full sa'isfai tion to the Bi it-
ish pe 'I'll-'',
CABLEGRAMS.
i bruar) 21 [914.
London, 24. G ents on
1 rution of W. S. Benton, a
I lish subject, by the Mexican
I ! ler, 0 ... 01 !er
e space in the editorial col -
II ins of London papi r-
Presideiit Wilsons policj in
.ico is str< mgly 1 1 iticizi d,
nd some pa*p< rs ui tion
I In at Britain il the I Inited
States d t take 1
! 1 ths safety of foreigners.
It has also di lared
1 ireat Britain has been patient
too Inn;;. Amonf temper-
\ iew 9. I 1 iwever, there is a
CIRCUS
BEGINNING
To-night

Flying horse gruonds

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HA ID MACHINES *
NEW )!0'.fE" FOOT MACHINES
I >R S\LE BY
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ATTRACTIONS
'
. would 1 form all who appn that we n w
Notice. V\ ' \N.\ CIGARS. We
le ol the finest I 11
ALL persons arc herebj or- Wrappers, and Havana Killers through
dried by the Board "I These Cigars are man ed on by si : I workmen
call for suspension 91 judgment HeaMh to have their vards and and 1 pains re taki quility.
pending the result of the Ameri |0ts tl >rou '" success we h vi ei viihinthe ntly to expect
ran inquiry into t ,. M rubbi* "" urs
a doubl Iso expi
ether am tional 1 a8l .. ,
tin is invoh I. Accumulation of rubbish p>a_________________________
that Sir Ed- ced
ard (Jrev will 1
1.. -\i
i nt in the house 1 I 1 ommons
t< 1 day in ref< irs in
Mexico.
Lewes, Delv I !, five,
masted tank schooner Kineo arnv- ...1,1.;
here to-day under tow of the
\ kins Hughes TheKineo put into
11 11.11 v 1 :ks ago with <.iil-
and hei cargo shifted.
After making n pairs ihe vessel
ig mi set out, I ut ei couni '
'. ie .. furthi 1 ip the co 1st, and
v forci d to ca II foi aid by wire.
London, 84. Ivor Bertie G
Baron Wimborne, dii I '
I lis heir is Lord \shbj vt. I 1
inized the p 1I0 te in w
will attempl ti 1 recovei thi interna-
I
L01...... 1 I lie genei il tone.
f financi d I usiness hi re is
lull, owing largely to the less con.
1 itoi\ spirit ol recent -p
1 pori Ihe L'Kti
London, .1 \ violent si
- svi epi 'ii the m hole ol
nee. At I ihe loi
led
W< xford, 24 ton long
he ci s to day, ai
ru by life ho its to 1
i who landed \ sterd >\ on the
11 I
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stitute as a n
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Ion, 24.
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this 1 irder, will I 1 d at
the Pub ; ex| til the
mentioned ; but ftei thai
date, viz. February 28th, all
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