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! Zhc tribune membered, The Unionists say settled. Tosu n up, the balance SaiurJav. Februar> 2H, 1914 I he present session of the Bri tish Parliament bids fair to be one of the most important in British historv. It's first session fall to vi rv little about their Referendum suggestions, nevertheless I they are undoubtedly anxious to it defeated, fur without a I doubt a large number of seats, I variously estimated at from thirty to forty, hitherto impregnable Unionist fortresses, must of probability seems to be that the Unionist Party will followa policy dictate d to them by 'Inmost short si ;hted and bi joted among them. There is very little likelihood of a General Election until after the Irish. Welsh, and Plural Voting Bills the enemy when the have become law. The first two mend.it ion of the I mi 'I Select Committee alreadv mentioned w ho did not regan a salary of i i as excessive l >r the varied and exacting dut ii ol the offii e which are a sealed 100k except to the verj few ini ated. Our commi nl i neither Intended to im ite discussion, or create invidious listinctions, showed signs of storm and stress, %  Plural Voter has been abolished, measures will be placed on the DU | are induct I simplj as we machiner) of the Parliament \ I may be overthrown. ():i the oilier hand we can see plainly gives enough that the Government but eventually the powersofthe from this we can readily deduce upper chamber were curbed, the fact that no stone will be with nothing more exciting than left unturned to harass and perone husk "breeze" in the House'plex tin* Government in every of Commons. This session, howpossible way, so that, if possible, ever, is to test the Parliament the legislation dependent on the Act, and should the government from anycause whatever abandon the advantage and protec tion that this measure them, the) will damage their dare not, by any deliberate acl prestige irretrievably. Issues far of their own render abortive all more momentous than Home th the last three ses Rule and Welsh Disestablishsions. IK these circumstances ment are at stake, in passing two courses are open to the op those measures into law tinposition. Their tactics may be, ion. 1 lie last general elec-• till the Home Rule Bill is passtion was fought and won on the ed into law, to do all in their Question of the Lords Veto, and power to force a General Elec i hasto be decided whethei tion. If they could by any with the aid of the Parliament rneansdothis they will have Act, the House of Commons i led in their purpo i ol to rule, or whether the House ol killing the Home Ruli ai I 1. uds, a nd a small minority of Welsh Dli ta lent Bills, Hie House of Commons are to be for under the Parliament A I it i srmitted to continue to defy is a sinequa non that a measure Parliament and the Constitu must be passed in three consecution, and last, but not least the live sessions before that Act can battle between Aanarchy and bi invoked. With the opp siordered government has to be tion pursuing these tactics it is decided. The signs are not i more than likely that the Gov. statute book at the > stated at the outsei Dj a sense of justice am! equil absolutely due to a meritoi >us official whose unstinti d sei ices but for a Colonial < >ffi i regulation won',,| long ere t! s lia e bt en lo-t to the Colonv. end of this si ssion, and the Plural Voting in the next, un ler the provisions of the Parliament Act. We fi el i onstrained by a spiiit of fairness to make some i \ ai ions u| > n the lull n kit ing to the appn ntment of a Sti We havi ugh the pendiary and Circuit Magistrate courtesy of His i llency the and to the jurisdiction of MagisGovernor a table IOW ng the trates, now before the House ol rnoveme I %  passen V embly. from and to Colon irinjj three Except for its provisions affect months e,,.! I i December MIL; as it does i m iterially the ,,,, ,, wn j :, .,,. p ,.,. t0 puD tion of | %  P : nt Minor |i s ] a i nan issue ,,, x i vi i k. Magistrate fi m a fin im ial; — — stand • %  Bill mi gin R. v. Fr. B ill, S J. I'.., will regarded as a distinct improve preach at S. Ag Church to ment upon the presenl Ai t, but morrow at 7 p.m. •Alien the extra duties win* h it are imposed up in thai offii ial The Imperial Th atwithout a corresponding re ed a couple of exci lent pictures muneration an considered, it last nighi to a ci /del house, must strik •• We an ti 11 Mi Mew ton a sense of justice that, thi :' : lains nor expense ment cf f airness r< irkabh in his 1 I to please his patro deficient, and we would like to To night, among others, real lacking that having such vital issues at stake, Great Britain is now cm the tip-toe of expe aucv. The last two sessions have i n largely taken up with passing the I loin,.Rule Bill in the House of Commons. All the i-i n iiient will be compelled to r*p rl force the h ish and Welsh B through by their majority. I he •ond line of action, and one which we suggest would be I ir more sensible for the Unio Party to take, is I a< knowli [its I t< day time so spent might have been defeat, and make the bi devoted to useful and practical they can with the Government. legislation. Under the terms ol b the leaders ol the oppo 1 the Parliament Act, these two would only recojLnil l; there is little doubt they u ould be able to K< t substantial roi think, unintenl lonally so in the Bill, and as our (' %  mteii pi-th infi rs, the Bill by a Sel I Co nmitti • The of the House" recommending a from Ni > "i >T\ -alary %  d I 6 %  W ,1 in a with d ; corda vith < it is right ,\ n the exl to bi imI lowing 1a lisl of the ; d upon th it 0 : are 1 on Freight s ii| ; e I froi 1 tinplace sidered, it rnusi '> apparentthat pei I "Vigi ria," bound the allowing the Salary to refor N • Vorl I bruai %  ' %  Mexii nd 1 Bull I Jon't miss 1!. I I at p 1 1. •e[measuresi should, in the ordinary course "t events become law at the em! ol the present sum-, on the Home Rule Bill mam at y >o w i iuld practi rally amount to its reducl ion. II I louse should take tinvie of the case, but j el are %  ippi ised on principle to an mere ise of sal ary, wfiich would imply an in an thus m turtle sir I. bales bark, 1 barrels sh lls, \ %  .1111 ha 1, %  11 s hah pon 1 bales 1 1 bales sisal waste, 713 • ,md 10 barrels grape fruit. I ,; 1 : %  %  inn ni' e s, 8 b 1X1 s iion, But the Government f*he oft repeated statement made crease of pen-ion and thus lias another little item on the by Mr. A|uuh and Mr. Redcrease permanent expenditure, mixed fruit, 25 crate; p< ipers,l5 programme which they wanl to mond that they are disposed to surely the granting of a person crati 1 ••; plant, 1150 cased see-disposed of before nine ei mil 1 di as possible al allow in i ol | loo to i aicanned pineapples, 1 tons lignum general election takes place, short of sacrificing the principle cer who has performed for a vitae, 14 pa Id metal, 7 This other measure is the Plural of the Bill, warrants our making period ol eptionallv ba junk, 6 emptv drums, Voting Bill, and upon its enactthis statement with the utmost meritoi rvice in one i>f the cas ; tools, etc*j ment the fortunes of the part) confidence. Unfortunately the most important 0 ei in our largely depend. Unless the Opposition leaders appear to be government, ought not to be Liberals hold office till the sumblind to the obvious advantages considered as exci and we mer of next year, this Bill canof a polic\ of conciliation, a sincerely hope that a liberal dis not be passed under the provi policy which would go a long pensation of equity will actuate sions 01 the Parliament Act. In way tow tricating them The House when the Bi considering the possibility of a from a \ rassing posiup in Committee, and General election on the Home tion, should they by any chance will by a large majoritv Rule Bill, the position of thelbecalled upon to take office unanimously, let tie h Plural Voting Bill must be rewith the Irish Question still unjudgment revert to the r Mail Steamer "Miami V, d tinafter loon frm Miami with the following pa*' II eone-s Misses M. Wilmot, K <1 /eq that it O. f. Prigle, Louis Kn 1 if not A. C. Green ; Ml • better Nichol-.m ; Mi. and Mrs. I i-1 Merrick, Mr. and Mis. nd BY] S. i



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Herman, *ir. and Mrs. E. J. Blackpool, Mr. mid Mrs. Bishop Hurst, Mr in, I Mrs. W. M. Freer, Mr. and Mis, R. C. Wooster, Mr. mid Mrs. A Ci. Ferrith ; Messrs A. (i. I in.If A D. Bridge, and Archibald Wright ; Dr. C. II. V.ias. .* Mesd in. s Margaret R. >ile, Mari in RD e, and Susan Rolle ; Messrs |"! R die and Reuben Rolle. (31) The Mail learner'Vigilancia" steamed for New York at 1 o'clock this morning with the following 1 assengers. MisM 15 I. Wagar, a nd Eloise Haven ; Mrs. \l < i. Thieler; Mr. and Mrs < I. E. Lovitt, Mr. and Mrs J. >. '.-I. Mr. and Mr.. S. A. Bird mg, I >r. and Mrs. Wyatt ; Mi srs W. R. Boyd, D. J. Laudi 1. resott A. Wild, II. C. Lee, R. i Bald in, An In Sinclair, m 1 Dr. 11. \l. Je Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rili v. r? HON HOU I OF ASSEMBLY Thursda 1 February 1 914 The Iloi e met al 7.3 1 p. m Pr< side < 1 hi I lonble. The Speaket ei al. Mi Brii' rep >rt< 'I the Di liMI. of tl I e to His Ex celleiicj th Govi rnor 1 re Tour l.t 11 iffii 1 who said he was I ased t 1 1 ive same and ivoul I api mil a commission which h iped would achieve the d< sired ibjecl A 1. Ircjm ili • Legislative Cnun il, iiiln med the I louse, tha it had 1 m< urred in the Votes 1 I Indemnity recent I) [lassi 'I bj 1 e I louse. ((rdered that Mes rs Williams T. Cul \'i'l 1 ley and S 1 eting do cai \i .1 message to I lis Exi ell Ciovernoi ti ms mitting 1 Votes of Indemnit) com urred n bj the Council. Mi Sa A'\'i | m sen ted a peti tii m In M II ? i\ Hiii.ili Sound pray ing for a R >ad to Kemps Creek, the same v is n ad and ordered to !>• %  1 >iiiit 'd, Mi W '.". I'.. Ji I'IIIS' HI moved for a Select Committee 011 the petition o| B itnci A. 11.ill. Mi Sara W. C B. Johnson, Albury and Moore . Select Committee acci irdinglv. Mr L v,. Yi un „ mot ed for .1 Select Committee on thep tilion from the Eastern I hsti 1 1 for a boat landing ; and also .1 petition for cutting down :>. mil on the Johnson Road. Messrs I.. W Young, K. V. Solomon and I urtle .1 c immiticcordingly. Mr Anderson moved a Select Committee on petition of Oo va J. Peters. Messrs Anderson, Added v and Brice a committee ac Icordingly. Mr Sands moved the Third Reading and passing of A Bill re Public Stationery. A Bill re Prostitution. A Bill re ( riminal Law. A Mill re 1 h'si ases of Plants. ( > rdered that the Chief Clerk carry the Bills passed th* I louse to night and desire its concur 1 1 'in e therein. The Mouse adjourned until] %  Saturday evening. CABLE' ..' iMS. Mexico 21 I here was post[ed in the Bi itish Club today sugtions for a m ti ol Bri lisl rs to protest against the 1 killing of Benton, and to take acti' n |i" iking tow ard hi tti 1 protection for British subjects in this country. Many members 0 1 such 1 tion, particularly since Minis* 1 1 (larden li ives tonight, and is therefore unable t 1 offer suggi si i' ms. I he majority of Bl itish subd >t 1 xpej the killing ol B iit'ni to have '^w result in -.', uring for them protection ol their In es and propei tj, Londoi -' rhe general si I tlement on the stock exchange i. progressing at unchanged 5. The ti '.' %  1 the mai ket was easy during the fun noon under the lead ol coppei sto ks .uid consols, the latter de :lining [, but lc.''. r\v\ mi is! ol the loss. London. 26. The British ( > \\ mpic Committee hadecided to make another appe d for a fund of $200,1 1 %  t %  provid fe live i'i i resentation at the i ||j mpic 1 lames to I"' held at Berlin in 1911 London, 26. -All efforts to move the British gove ent to re.i insider its decision not to particii ate 1 ifficialh in the Panama Pacific Expi isition at San Franci co have failed, Sir E Iw ml Grey, the Foreign Sei retary, \\ hen in\ ited in the house (il ci iminims t'ida v to la ke steps "' In 1 etrieve the p ism.m" -aid liteh 1 hat the govei 11 enl could not re-consider the matter, and express d regret that the cabin was un ibl to modif) its pr< vhms deci ion. London, 36 Pl> His Brady, a militant sullrag tie ac :used of arson was ntenced t 1 1 igh %  mouths impris mment wah hard 1 THE LION is recognized as the King <>t Beasts; SoNLIGHT SoAP is recognized as the King of Laundry Soaps. The rule of the Lion extends only over the animal world ; the rule of J SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wh-erever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival for washing clothes, 1 household linen and all fabrics even of the finest texture. It is the best Soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you will he convinced of its value. labour by a magistrate at the London sessions today despite jury's rec immendation of met :y on the ground that she had iii n led astraj by older militants, Dublin, 26.—At an "All Ireland" meeting held tonight by representatives of commercial and other interests here, the lord mayor presiding, a resolu. tion was adi •[ iti d strongly protesting against 1 iction ol the British Postmasti 1 ( e mi il in releasing the Cunard Steamship Company fr im its < ontract obligat t o have its steamers call at Quei nstown. I. mdon, 26 %  -Three of the four missing pearls from the famous Ma\ % %  ; Necklni e have been recovi re I. M. Mayer says that the pe iris which are valued al • ixtv thousand dollars w 1 1 e rec IVI re 1 by the insurance asssors to Lloy ds I Inderw riters. I.V i;\l in. London, 27. -The home of ci minions t< id a y 1 las* the sec ond re iding ol a lull providing that all parlia mentei y ele tnnis I e held on the s one day. London, 37. %  •' appeal Mint today ruled that Mrs Viawldwin Drummond, formerly .Mrs M irshal Kii Id, jr, of Chicag >, must pay an iuo mie t ix i>n in' 11 • %  s remitted In In r from the I mt'd Stati s Mew York, .7 I he task of clearing away the snow from the recent • t< H ma is about one I completed. It will > 1 >st $.' ~p i. .. 1. M 1 ID c wi| ilete. Washington, :~.I he tense situation in Mexican affan growing out of the killing ol Win F. Benton was much re lieved today when the state de partment re eived advices that General Villa has yielded to President W ilson's d< mand and decided to allow an examination of Bi nton's fo idy. V 1 agrees to the 1 presi ntativi ol 1 in at Britain and the United States, accompanied b) two physicians, also the widow and relatb esol B nt m, I %  ing present at the examination. Pending the result of this examination there will I"' no di viation in the govi rnments p cj toward M< x;co. The W 1 ington authorities demand 1 pa ration ofl luerta for the hai ir.g of Clements Vergara an American citizen, near Hid >La, Mexico. Milwaukee, J;. 37 c ir a N'orthwestern freight train plunged down a steep embankm in the centre of the 1 s men aie belies ed to I under the vn 1' use, bn ken flangi IMPERIA1 THEATRE Saturday Feb. 28. Popular Prices M qd. 1 But sp 'rial attra ti ms i.i Bull Rah c HE RF.Al 1IIIV, JT



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iiBaUBSranaaaaWiiiiiiii i ill Will I l—i a i %  H fercnee at llie Hague. Referring to the matter subsequently in the boose of commons, Francis Dyke Acland, parliament under secreI i". Foi fon ign i ffairs, rep 1 KM' vith an em erta u ben asked if the British g ive n in. nt was prep ired t" co-operate heartily with the United States government in this matter. MliliiiliiHUiimiiiHiiiiiaiiiiiiKimiiiiiniamiainiiroiiiiiiiilli % %  %  % % %  nnnDDnuDiinnaDnaanDDDDDninnnDannnaajanauDUcaaBnuaDaaaDi .. % % %  % % %  "SSKSP "Scientific Oertaii\ties. ";:;: • % % % % % %  MikiiBB % % % %  % %  %  % % % % %  li,i BBBNBBBB BBflBBBBB iiiblll B % % % %  •. IIIIIIII BB s ?2n ummm The 'Allenburys 1 Foods are based on scientific certainties. Used as dir.'trd, they are exactly what a baby needi to develop into a healthy and robust child. The •Allenburys' Foods are easily assimilated : digestive and kindred diso-ders are avoided by their use. Infants fed on these foods are neither fretful nor woeful Milk Food No. :. i • %  3 nuin'hs. ANNA E.RA1 Proprietress Of The Vogue, k 'Au Bon Marche Stores" and Bijou I A LARGF. ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L ADIES Dress Goods, in Lustres, Serg -. Ratines white and C< >l i ired C< irdings, ( i pons, M tr quisettes, Bengalin I. . downes, Sp il -Mu Embroid ; I M islihs, Veh Embroid red Bati I % %  Suitii %  I n -idery h ive all ru I louncings, Overall 1 ^mbroities, etc., i iherel om, %  a %  ima % %  a .-. %  u it-a % %¡ % %  a %  n is in i i %  %  a % % %  •' i %  % %  i % % %  a % % %  i r.n • i KKB:I % % %  a %  i %  a ! Hill %  BBIW.3 Brigjuncannnnn^Dancnc: %  % % %  SMMBBI miBucnrn;!!: VBIBBH litiiciiniiiiiiiiiiiaiiiitiiiiiii^^iiuiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiatnniinHinaii I Foods OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS A\0 STORES. M %  -2. Malted F i No. 3. The'Ailenburjrtr Rusks (Malted) iTiim .? lot nv.ntht. |.,... %  Pamphlet "Infant Feeding and Manutfemcnt" sent Free, -ana ALLEN it HANBUI Y5 LTD., LONDON, ENGLA I.BBB Dial tlBBB tiaaa I.BBB 1 % % %  %  • %  • ::na naaa• B • % %  : :BBB a %  11 BBS o.3 ;:BBB IIBSB %¡ % %  %  r.BBB 1 an ; %  %  ammm i:na ira w -,i Notice. A LL ed bj ie I' 1 ri I of h to li tough h md to dery and 0\ i rail I I ,ai es and Insertions, Ribe February 28th, 1914. Accumulations of rubbish plas plain and fancy Latest cedatthesisofsti ets under Dons Style Bi Its Lace "Collars, Embroidi ry Collars. Ladies White, Bla< k,Pink, Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey Silk Stockings Men's White, Bla< k, Grej Navy Blue, Alice Blue,Helio, and ( Ireen Silk Socks with Silk Ties to match Silk Sim ts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk Para. Silk Evi iiin ; S< trves, Bi autiful Handbags I [andsome J Go d Genuine Irish Lim ns il kind-. order, will be ret I al I Public until 1 mentioned ; bul aft 1 that date, viz.: Febi uary 28th, all in-, who have failed to co ply with thiwill be compelled to remove their accumuons t" the dumping ground at their own expensi and will in addition, be liable to prosecution. By order of the Board 1 H [AMES II. KNOWLI S, I 1 l ; FT v ''' '^Oj J W l ire 1ani-t received a ci tinplete r>ui lit ol facilities foi the buisness <>l an undertaker, which 1 in in n position ti > "ut Fum rals may,be entrusted to h ire with •••m and despatch and respei full* solicit) eii patronage" ( ' my P : aod prove that the\ nre the verj lowest foi ihe first cl iss 1 k, "NE NATIONAL" r<> "IDEAL" HAND MACHINES "NEW HOMF'M "RL'BY" FOOT MACHINES I 1 IR -Ml BY CHAS, E. ALBURY. REMEMBER.! No lio.ni.w.\s.or < AH be* < <>m plcle Without "MUSK i ligll Playei Pi. aim-, Piano 1 ami Ri 1 d tabli for p* ery h >me. Conn I '•'' niir I 1' • 1 1 in f tiles %  nsliumpnl Fro lory to you 1 d lys till. Absolutely I REE for as o*e foi youi self.' 'in insti umei.ts and i %  n the World. HE RISING -l \R Dill l Street. W. I W, 1 ( Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. \X/E would 1 form all who apprecial t-that wen w VV li of HAV WA CIGARS We e of the fin< -1 I, i\ %  %  H : rs throi ghoul : workmen and (Treat pain ilitv. lii' sue %  %  1 %  11 li in the pasl lead the pa ol 1 |. L. SAI NDI RS A ( 1'.. 1 \ -Street. Shingles R t No t Hearl in. C\ pn Sin n per ihou1 i I' Is of 0 [les. Special Price 1 mi 1 li> d( also Tin. ( s al §1 thousand "I 2 1 bundles. Tins price made possible bya very large purchase. Fresh stock a: riving very Wei C. C. SAUNDERS. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCig'ar "Ladysmlth Brand* It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of Its excellent quality. T •I.K 'HI %  %  |jne I in ihe Ea 1 bles — %  ' nprising fi ie rarti ige, ho harm ted by Ml 1 \l> IRRIS. East Bay Street



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CD > CD 0 a o CD IS) Nullius nddittiis |vimre in vrrba m<\|>istrl. Beinj) bound to svveivi to the Dugmat if no Master. VOL. XI, N&Mau, N. I'., Btthftinas. Saturday. Filiurary 28. 1914 No. bb LI ON H Dl PI't II OPFICI u M IRKRT I'l.'ll/r 'PUBLISHED DAILY. '] '. %  Friday — jit c turd aj id Weekly 4 5'' thlj i~.4'' .> i ii tei ly hiaifYearl* Vcanv ... iff PAYARI I IN I DVA! \ i r ( R ti line for first For second in • ii' i\. in )i'-i-. i )i' \ssi i \ 'in' %  •| ii. I h use '!! %  •• II ; I'KI.-I \ I I .1 I li %  ker; Mi VV. C, I'. I ill! M>n, %  %  %  Honl Its. I. I'. Sai Ci, H. Ga him and Ci. II. J I II" .' I \\ | %  :, B n, Atldei y, L. \V, i .Sawyer, pr, V K I': i •-. \\ \ Armhi ler, |, R \ and \\ PI i ii. I lie Cbii f Clei led de%  > he I • of the i \ l %  ; II pveral \ of In f the Ho R| u11st Sltl I 'etilions wi Mi C. A. Al i >pansh Wi i %  i %  i i f-i .in \buin I ; 'ting .11 1 1 10 lor i lent f i ia< s, and ( | foi Buri J gr< un Is: Iron I I • i %  | i finish pub'ii \\ I • rl; and sei i Ii I \ Mi W C. B. John, son m vei I Ihe printing of the in e, by Mr. I'. i iilmei l'" 1 : nett* II."I. .i i Cal ll m f" ; f4 foi i I nic| 11 .i .Mid improvement >>( ,-i r.>.i(J ; .II ill oec mded by Mi Saudi moved ill • pi nit ing • >l the i tine I i>i the appi M III in II dl Se i • committees; Mr, L, VV, Young, seconded l y Mr, hi >wen %  m the petition I S, Matthews rhurch for an i; D! the clock al low M i'si. I. VV. Young, Bowtn and I'. V. Solomon a Committee ac cor I nglj. Mi L, VV. Young s md Mi \. K. Solomon moved on the petition ol i ertain 11 ick Ow II i~ and Drivers ; n es in t ; 11 i kn j Vet; s L. W, V.i' Bowen l A K. i a Mi .1 R, Y "idlovrd on the petition i inh tbi tants ol M trsh II bour for a road : Mi -|. R Young, I'HIP HI I Evans a Commit tee adcord nglv, Mi. Cole, se. c ini! %  %  I. R. Young, moved on tlic pi lition of inhabitants of I lope I o vn, for ( i Library !: \. K, il II '•!, on I %  i ret ... petition < \ %  ICO lui i gi ant inee to l i M i %  R.Y 'ii IE and %  I pel it i< inMr VI 'ei lej seI In Mi I'..iw peti. Richard I '.' 'MilMi ive I in a m 'i In'' i' that I ; up i th which Messrs I !v Y ung I ins, Willi ims, Klbui v I W Y i *'.. 11. Johnson and \V, 1 II participated ; on |>nl it v..is (•II ted and Ihe rm it ion lost. Mi. Ad lerley wthdrew lus no. i iiipetit II n ol lames A. \Y,i 1 lace. I )i Culiner si oi le I by Mi Sa .vi er moved on t he | >#i i i ion I i pi! n B ly foi a dl mi ; nry Town foi n boal I 111.11' i j %  1111 1111111 ( i %  I hour for the removal of tlie I Ii I I i I %  : %  •" ,Sa yei in I An. dei so i a l omiT iltee ai i n i in mi ition of Mr Bi by MI J, R. Young, R Thai i mess < : %  sent to 11 >Excellency the < ii ivernot respect11 Excellency in i ike into considi ration tlie advis ibility ol ;i' i commission i . I re into ind report on the %  mg p ismngei sei i 10 bei11 i the Dulled States am I tbi* porl and i" in-1 ke any recommendations pinion of the ( i mission wi mid tend to increase the tourist traffic ol I le Colony, Mi. Brice in moving Ilia resolution i lid he i Imighl tha i it n as time to take sonic action <>f the kind, the Resolution spoke for itself and there • no n' nber of tiip House but wanted to do something tojhelp HIP Colony, the Resolution simply ask. imis. suni. and Inhoped tl, it s imething I me out of it. I I. U. Young HI seconding the Motion said we kn Awhat Bei • i isdoing vitti I ^amship com] I we •' i'! 1 I i .1 ,i. faster and bettei steamers and che iper rates, Messrs Brice, J, R. Young, Weech and luriv were appointed a Comin rdingly, I ive A is grante I Mr. Solomon I by Mr. \Y. C. B. John! ice and I read a first %  \ Bill n real esl it Mr Sand secoi blinj moved the Second and ("in in ttal ol I lie folio bills A Bill re Pubiic 5l ttionery. A Bill r pi itil ti< in. A Bill re I !i imin 1 1 I Mi. Gamblin, mi ved the Third i. ing of the following bills.— A Bill re the Post" A Bill re Infants est it< s. A Bill re Authors. 1 Ordered that the Hillp issed the l Ii iuse to night be cai r ied by the Chief Clerk to the I Ion. tin* Legislative Council and desire their concui ren The House adjourned until Thursd iy evening, CABLEGR\MS Poitmouth, 2S.— \n interesting i in,nil f. I ihe pUrpCSe of tl '• in"; v\ hether it is possi ble to lo suhini rged submai ines with tin* a id ol aeropl inea was cat i ied out to. by Wii -ion S| liun hill, the first lord ol the idmiraltv, u ho pi lojed a h) ho lerop i ne over I le irried wit h him a naval an man as 8 p 1 .ondon. 25. -The foreign ofl e tod.iv 1. ceil 1 I a oi nmunication from the state departmi nl at \\ i! hington making festii un for the appi lintmeni nl nu intern ilional commission to draw up the programme for the thud pe 11 1 con 1 '.1 mtinued on fi >urth |> ige,) r


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Nullius nddittiis |vimre in vrrba m<\|>istrl.
Beinj) bound to svveivi to the Dugmat if no Master.
VOL. XI,
N&Mau, N. I'., Btthftinas. Saturday. Filiurary 28. 1914
No. bb
LI ON H Dl PI't II
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I .1 I li ker; Mi VV.
C, I'. I ill! M>n, .
Honl Its. I. I'. Sai Ci, H. Ga
him and Ci. II. J
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\\ | :, B n, Atldei y, L. \V,
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and \\ pi i ii.
I lie Cbii f Clei led de-
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of the i \ l ; ii pveral \
of In f the Ho
R| u- 11st Sltl
I 'etilions wi Mi
C. A. Al i >pansh Wi
i i i i f-i .in \buin
I ; 'ting .11 11 10
lor i lent f i ia< s, and ( |
foi Buri J gr< un Is: Iron I
I i | i finish pub'ii \\ I rl;
and sei i Ii I \ Mi W C. B. John,
son m vei I Ihe printing of the
in e, by Mr. I'. i iilmei l'"1" :
nett* II."I. .i i Cal ll m f"; f4
foi iIn- ic|11 .i .Mid improvement >>(
,-i r.>.i(J; .iiill oec mded by Mi Saudi
moved ill pi nit ing >l the i tine
I i>i the appimiii'in ii dl Se i
committees; Mr, L, VV, Young,
seconded l y Mr, hi >wen m the
petition I S, Matthews rhurch for
an i; d! the clock al low
Mi'si. I. VV. Young, Bowtn and
I'. V. Solomon a Committee ac
cor I nglj. Mi L, VV. Young s md
Mi \. K. Solomon moved
on the petition ol i ertain
11 ick Ow ii i~ and Drivers ;
n es in t; 11 i kn j Vet;
s L. W, V.i' Bowen l
A K. i a
. Mi .1 R, Y "id-
lovrd on the pe-
tition i inh tbi tants ol M trsh
II bour for a road : Mi -- |. R
Young, i'hIp hi I Evans a Com-
mit tee adcord nglv, Mi. Cole, se.
c ini! ! I. R. Young, moved
on tlic pi lition of inhabitants of
I lope I o vn, for ( i Library
!: \. K, il ii '!, on
I i re-
t ... petition <
. \ ICO lui i gi ant '
inee to l i M
i R.Y 'ii ie and
I
pel it i< in- Mr VI 'ei lej se-
I In Mi I'..iw peti-
. Richard I
'.' 'Mil-
Mi ive I
in a m 'i In'' i' that
I ; up i th
which Messrs I !v Y ung
. I ins, Willi ims, Klbui v
I W Y i *'.. 11. Johnson and
\V, 1 II participated ; on
' |>nl it v..is
(ii ted and Ihe rm it ion lost.
Mi. Ad lerley wthdrew lus no.
'......i iii- petit ii n ol lames A.
\Y,i 1 lace. I )i Culiner si oi le I by
Mi Sa .vi er moved on t he | >#i i i ion
I i pi! n B ly foi a dl mi ;
nry Town foi n boal
I 111.11' i j 1111 1111111 ( i I
hour for the removal of tlie I Ii
' I I i I : " ,Sa yei in I An.
dei so i a l omiT iltee ai i n
i in mi ition of Mr Bi
by mi J, R. Young, R
Thai i mess < : sent to 11 >-
Excellency the < ii ivernot respect-
11 Excellency in
i ike into considi ration tlie advis i-
bility ol ;i' i commission
i . I re into ind report on the
mg p ismngei sei i 10 bei11 i
the Dulled States am I tbi* porl
and i" in-1 ke any recommendations
pinion of the ( i
mission wi mid tend to increase the
tourist traffic ol I le Colony,
Mi. Brice in moving Ilia resolu-
tion i lid he i Imighl tha i it n as
time to take sonic action <>f the
kind, the Resolution spoke for it-
self and there no n' nber of
tiip House but wanted to do some-
thing tojhelp Hip Colony, the Reso-
lution simply ask. imis.
suni. and In- hoped tl, it s imething
' I me out of it.
I I. U. Young hi seconding the
Motion said we kn a- what Bei
i isdoing vitti I ^amship com-
] I we ' i'!1' I i .1 ,i. faster
and bettei steamers and che iper
rates,
Messrs Brice, J, R. Young, Weech
and luriv were appointed a Com-
in rdingly,
I ive a is grante I Mr. Solomon
I by Mr. \Y. C. B. John!
ice and I read a first

\ Bill n real esl it
Mr Sand secoi
blinj moved the Second
and ("in in ttal ol I lie folio
bills
A Bill re Pubiic 5l ttionery.
A Bill r pi itil ti< in.
A Bill re I !i imin 11 I
Mi. Gamblin, mi ved the Third
i. ing of the follow-
ing bills.
A Bill re the Post"
A Bill re Infants est it< s.
A Bill re Authors.
1 Ordered that the Hill- p issed the
l Iiiuse to night be cai ried by the
Chief Clerk to the I Ion. tin* Le-
gislative Council and desire their
concui ren
The House adjourned until
Thursd iy evening,
CABLEGR\MS
Poitmouth, 2S. \n interesting
i in,nil f. I ihe pUrpCSe of tl '
in"; v\ hether it is possi ble to lo
suhini rged submai ines with tin* a id
ol aeropl inea was cat i ied out to.
by Wii -ion S| liun hill,
the first lord ol the idmiraltv, u ho
pi lojed a h) ho lerop i ne over I le
irried wit h him a na-
val an man as 8 p
1 .ondon. 25. -The foreign ofl e
tod.iv 1. ceil 1 I a oinmunication
from the state departmi nl at
\\ i! hington making festii un
for the appi lintmeni nl nu intern i-
lional commission to draw up the
programme for the thud pe 11 1 con
1 '.1 mtinued on fi >urth |> ige,)
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Zhc tribune
membered, The Unionists say settled. Tosu n up, the balance
SaiurJav. Februar> 2H, 1914
I he present session of the Bri
tish Parliament bids fair to be
one of the most important in
British historv. It's first session fall to
vi rv little about their Referen-
dum suggestions, nevertheless
I they are undoubtedly anxious to
it defeated, fur without a
I doubt a large number of seats,
I variously estimated at from
thirty to forty, hitherto impreg-
nable Unionist fortresses, must
of probability seems to be that
the Unionist Party will followa
policy dictate d to them by 'In-
most short si ;hted and bi jot-
ed among them. There is very
little likelihood of a General
Election until after the Irish.
Welsh, and Plural Voting Bills
the enemy when the have become law. The first two
mend.it ion of the I mi 'I Select
Committee alreadv mentioned
w ho did not regan a salary of
i i as excessive l >r the varied
and exacting dut ii ol the offii e
which are a sealed 100k except
to the verj few ini ated.
Our commi nl i neither In-
tended to im ite discussion, or
create invidious listinctions,
showed signs of storm and stress, Plural Voter has been abolished, measures will be placed on the DU| are induct I simplj as we
machiner) of the Parliament \ I
may be overthrown. ():i the
oilier hand we can see plainly
gives enough that the Government
but eventually the powersofthe from this we can readily deduce
upper chamber were curbed, the fact that no stone will be
with nothing more exciting than left unturned to harass and per-
one husk "breeze" in the House'plex tin* Government in every
of Commons. This session, how- possible way, so that, if possible,
ever, is to test the Parliament the legislation dependent on the
Act, and should the government
from anycause whatever aban-
don the advantage and protec
tion that this measure
them, the) will damage their dare not, by any deliberate acl
prestige irretrievably. Issues far of their own render abortive all
more momentous than Home th the last three ses
Rule and Welsh Disestablish- sions. Ik these circumstances
ment are at stake, in passing two courses are open to the op
those measures into law tin- position. Their tactics may be,
ion. 1 lie last general elec- till the Home Rule Bill is pass-
tion was fought and won on the ed into law, to do all in their
Question of the Lords Veto, and power to force a General Elec
i hasto be decided whethei tion. If they could by any
with the aid of the Parliament rneansdothis they will have
Act, the House of Commons i led in their purpo i ol
to rule, or whether the House ol killing the Home Ruli ai I
1. uds,and a small minority of Welsh Dli ta lent Bills,
Hie House of Commons are to be for under the Parliament A I it
i srmitted to continue to defy is a sinequa non that a measure
Parliament and the Constitu must be passed in three consecu-
tion, and last, but not least the live sessions before that Act can
battle between Aanarchy and bi invoked. With the opp si-
ordered government has to be tion pursuing these tactics it is
decided. The signs are not i more than likely that the Gov.
statute book at the
>
stated at the outsei Dj a sense
of justice am! equil absolutely
due to a meritoi >us official
whose unstinti d sei ices but for
a Colonial < >ffi i regulation
won',,| long ere t! s lia e bt en
lo-t to the Colonv.
!
end of this
si ssion, and the Plural Voting
in the next, un ler the provisions
of the Parliament Act.
We fi el i onstrained by a
spiiit of fairness to make some
i \ ai ions u|>n the lull n kit
ing to the appn ntment of a Sti We havi ugh the
pendiary and Circuit Magistrate courtesy of His i llency the
and to the jurisdiction of Magis- Governor a table iow ng the
trates, now before the House ol rnoveme I passen
V embly. from and to Colon irinjj three
Except for its provisions affect months e,,.! I i December
mil; as it does i m iterially the ,,,, ,, wnj :, .,,. p, ,.,. t0 puD.
tion of | P: nt Minor |is]a inan issue ,,, xi vi i k.
Magistrate fi m a fin im ial;
stand Bill mi gin R. v. Fr. B ill, S J. I'.., will
regarded as a distinct improve preach at S. Ag Church to
ment upon the presenl Ai t, but morrow at 7 p.m.
Alien the extra duties win* h -------
it are imposed up in thai offii ial The Imperial Th at-
without a corresponding re ed a couple of exci lent pictures
muneration an considered, it last nighi to a ci /del house,
must strik We an ti 11 Mi Mew ton
a sense of justice that, thi :':' lains nor expense
ment cf fairness r< irkabh in his 1 I to please his patro
deficient, and we would like to To night, among others, real
lacking that having such vital
issues at stake, Great Britain is
now cm the tip-toe of expe
aucv. The last two sessions have
i n largely taken up with pass-
ing the I loin,.- Rule Bill in the
House of Commons. All the
i-iniiient will be compelled to r*p rl
force the h ish and Welsh B
through by their majority. I he
- ond line of action, and one
which we suggest would be I ir
more sensible for the Unio
Party to take, is I a< knowli
[its
I
t< day
time so spent might have been defeat, and make the bi
devoted to useful and practical they can with the Government.
legislation. Under the terms ol b the leaders ol the oppo 1
the Parliament Act, these two would only recojLnil l; there
is little doubt they u ould be
able to k< t substantial roi
think, unintenl lonally so in the
Bill, and as our (' mteii
pi-th infi rs, the Bill
by a Sel I Co nmitti The "
of the House" recommending a from Ni > "i >t\
-alary d I 6 W ,1 in a with d ;
corda vith < it is right
,\ n the exl to bi im- I lowing 1- a lisl of the
; d upon th it 0 : are 1 on Freight s ii| ; e I froi 1 tin- place
sidered, it rnusi '> apparentthat pei I "Vigi ria," bound
the allowing the Salary to re- for N Vorl I bruai ''
Mexii nd 1 Bull
I Jon't miss 1!.
I I
at p 1 1.
e[-
measuresi should, in the ordi-
nary course "t events become
law at the em! ol the present sum-, on the Home Rule Bill
mam at y >o w i iuld practi rally
amount to its reducl ion. II
I louse should take tin- vie of
the case, but j el are ippi ised on
principle to an mere ise of sal
ary, wfiich would imply an in
an thus m
turtle sir I. bales
bark, 1 barrels sh lls, \
.1111 ha 1, 11s
hah pon 1 bales
1 1 bales sisal waste, 713
,md 10 barrels grape fruit.
I ,; 1 : ''- inn ni'es, 8 b 1X1 s
iion, But the Government f*he oft repeated statement made crease of pen-ion and thus
lias another little item on the by Mr. A- |uuh and Mr. Red- crease permanent expenditure, mixed fruit, 25 crate; p< ipers,l5
programme which they wanl to mond that they are disposed to surely the granting of a person crati 1 ; plant, 1150 cased
see-disposed of before nine ei mil1 di as possible al allow in i ol | loo to i.....ai- canned pineapples, 1 tons lignum
general election takes place, short of sacrificing the principle cer who has performed for a vitae, 14 pa Id metal, 7
This other measure is the Plural of the Bill, warrants our making period ol eptionallv ba junk, 6 emptv drums, -
Voting Bill, and upon its enact- this statement with the utmost meritoi rvice in one i>f the cas ; tools, etc*j
ment the fortunes of the part) confidence. Unfortunately the most important 0 ei in our
largely depend. Unless the Opposition leaders appear to be government, ought not to be
Liberals hold office till the sum- blind to the obvious advantages considered as exci and we
mer of next year, this Bill can- of a polic\ of conciliation, a sincerely hope that a liberal dis
not be passed under the provi policy which would go a long pensation of equity will actuate
sions 01 the Parliament Act. In way tow tricating them The House when the Bi
considering the possibility of a from a \ rassing posi- up in Committee, and
General election on the Home tion, should they by any chance will by a large majoritv
Rule Bill, the position of thelbecalled upon to take office unanimously, let tie h
Plural Voting Bill must be re- with the Irish Question still un- judgment revert to the
r Mail Steamer "Miami
V, d tin- after loon frm
Miami with the following pa*'
II eone-s Misses M. Wilmot, K <1 /eq
that it O. f. Prigle, Louis Kn 1
if not A. C. Green ; Ml
better Nichol-.m ; Mi. and Mrs. I
.......i-1 Merrick, Mr. and Mis.
nd
BY]
S.
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Herman, *ir. and Mrs. E. J.
Blackpool, Mr. mid Mrs. Bishop
Hurst, Mr in,I Mrs. W. M. Freer,
Mr. and Mis, R. C. Wooster, Mr.
mid Mrs. A Ci. Ferrith ; Messrs
A. (i. I in.If A D. Bridge, and
Archibald Wright ; Dr. C. II.
V.ias.
.*
Mesd in. s Margaret R.>ile,
Mari in Rd e, and Susan Rolle ;
Messrs |"! R die and Reuben
Rolle. (31)
The Mail learner'Vigilancia"
steamed for New York at 1
o'clock this morning with the
following 1 assengers.
MisM 15 I. Wagar,and Eloise
Haven ; Mrs. \l < i. Thieler; Mr.
and Mrs < I. E. Lovitt, Mr. and
Mrs J. >. '.-I. Mr. and Mr..
S. A. Bird mg, I >r. and Mrs.
Wyatt ; Mi srs W. R. Boyd, D.
J. Laudi 1. res- ott A. Wild, II.
C. Lee, R. i Bald in, An In
Sinclair, m 1 Dr. 11. \l. Je
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rili v.
r?
HON HOU I OF
ASSEMBLY
Thursda 1 February 1 914
The Iloi e met al 7.3 1 p. m
Pr< side < 1 hi I lonble. The
Speaket ei al.
Mi Brii' rep >rt< 'I the Di li-
mi. of tl I e to His Ex
celleiicj th Govi rnor 1 re Tour
l.t 11 iffii 1 who said he was
I ased t.....11 ive same and
ivoul I api mil a commission
which h iped would achieve
the d< sired ibjecl
A 1. Ircjm ili Legisla-
tive Cnun il, iiiln med the
I louse, tha it had 1 m< urred in
the Votes 1 I Indemnity recent I)
[lassi 'I bj 1 e I louse.
((rdered that Mes rs Williams
T. Cul...... \'i'l 1 ley and S 1 et-
ing do cai \i .1 message to I lis
Exi ell Ciovernoi ti ms
mitting 1 Votes of Indemnit)
com urred n bj the Council.
Mi Sa A'\'i | m sen ted a peti
tiim Inmii ? i\.Hiii.ili Sound pray
ing for a R >ad to Kemps Creek,
the same v is n ad and ordered
to !>1 >iiiit 'd,
Mi W '.". I'.. Ji i'iiis' hi moved
for a Select Committee 011 the
petition o| B itnci A. 11.ill.
Mi Sara W. C B. Johnson, Albury
and Moore . Select Committee
acci irdinglv.
Mr L v,. Yi un mot ed for
.1 Select Committee on thep ti-
lion from the Eastern I hsti 1 1
for a boat landing ; and also .1
petition for cutting down :>. mil
on the Johnson Road.
Messrs I.. W Young, K. V.
Solomon and I urtle .1 c immit-
iccordingly.
Mr Anderson moved a Select
Committee on petition of Oo va
J. Peters. Messrs Anderson, Ad-
ded v and Brice a committee ac
Icordingly.
Mr Sands moved the Third
Reading and passing of A Bill
re Public Stationery. A Bill re
Prostitution. A Bill re ( riminal
Law. A Mill re 1 h'si ases of
Plants.
(>rdered that the Chief Clerk
carry the Bills passed th* I louse
to night and desire its concur 1
1 'in e therein.
The Mouse adjourned until]
Saturday evening.
CABLE' ..' iMS.
Mexico 21 I here was post-
[ed in the Bi itish Club today sug-
tions for a m ti ol Bri
lisl rs to protest against the
1 killing of Benton, and to take
acti' n |i" iking tow ard hi tti 1
protection for British subjects in
this country.
Many members 0 1 such
1 tion, particularly since Minis*
1 1 (larden li ives tonight, and
is therefore unable t 1 offer sug-
gi si i' ms.
I he majority of Bl itish sub-
- d.....>t 1 xpej the killing
ol B iit'ni to have '^w result in
-.', uring for them protection ol
their In es and propei tj,
Londoi -' rhe general si I
tlement on the stock exchange
i. progressing at unchanged
5. The ti '.' 1 the mai ket
was easy during the fun noon
under the lead ol coppei sto ks
.uid consols, the latter de :lining
[, but lc.''. r\v\ mi is! ol the loss.
London. 26. The British
(>\\ mpic Committee ha- decided
to make another appe d for a
fund of $200,1 1 t provid
fe live i'iiresentation at the
i ||j mpic 1 lames to I"' held at
Berlin in 1911
London, 26. -All efforts to
move the British gove......ent to
re.i insider its decision not to
particii ate 1 ifficialh in the Pa-
nama Pacific Expi isition at San
Franci co have failed, Sir E I-
w ml Grey, the Foreign Sei re-
tary, \\ hen in\ ited in the house
(il ci iminims t'ida v to la ke steps
"' In 1 etrieve the p ism.m" -aid
liteh 1 hat the govei 11 enl
could not re-consider the matter,
and express d regret that the
cabin was un ibl to modif) its
pr< vhms deciion.
London, 36 Pl> His Brady,
a militant sullrag tie ac :used of
arson was ntenced t 1 1 igh
mouths impris mment wah hard 1
THE LION
is recognized as the King <>t Beasts; SoNLIGHT
SoAP is recognized as the King of Laundry
Soaps. The rule of the Lion extends
only over the animal world ; the rule of
J
SUNLIGHT SOAP
extends to wh-erever Soap is
necessary. It is without
a rival for washing clothes,1
household linen and all
fabrics even of the finest tex-
ture. It is the best Soap that
skill and money can produce.
Give it a trial and you will
he convinced of its value.
labour by a magistrate at the
London sessions today despite
jury's rec immendation of
met :y on the ground that she
had iii n led astraj by older
militants,
Dublin, 26.At an "All Ire-
land" meeting held tonight by
representatives of commercial
and other interests here, the
lord mayor presiding, a resolu.
tion was adi [ iti d strongly pro-
testing against 1 iction ol the
British Postmasti 1 ( e mi il in
releasing the Cunard Steamship
Company fr im its < ontract obli-
gat.....to have its steamers call
at Quei nstown.
I. mdon, 26 -Three of the
four missing pearls from the
famous Ma\ ; Necklni e have
been recovi re I. M. Mayer says
that the pe iris which are valued
al ixtv thousand dollars w 1 1 e
rec ivi re 1 by the insurance as-
- ssors to Lloy ds I Inderw riters.
I.V i;\l in.
London, 27. -The home of
ci minions t< id a y 1 las* the sec -
ond re iding ol a lull providing
that all parlia mentei y ele tnnis
I e held on the s one day.
London, 37. !' appeal
Mint today ruled that Mrs
Viawldwin Drummond, former-
ly .Mrs M irshal Kii Id, jr, of Chi-
cag >, must pay an iuo mie t ix
i>n in' 11 s remitted In In r from
the I mt'd Stati s
Mew York, .7 I he task of
clearing away the snow from
the recent t< h ma is about one
I completed. It will > 1 >st
$.' ~p i. .. 1. m 1 id c wi| ilete.
Washington, :~.- I he tense
situation in Mexican affan
growing out of the killing ol
Win F. Benton was much re
lieved today when the state de
partment re eived advices that
General Villa has yielded to
President W ilson's d< mand and
decided to allow an examina-
tion of Bi nton's fo idy. V 1
agrees to the 1 presi ntativi ol
1 in at Britain and the United
States, accompanied b) two
physicians, also the widow and
relatb esol B nt m, I ing pres-
ent at the examination.
Pending the result of this ex-
amination there will I"' no di -
viation in the govi rnments p
cj toward M< x;co. The W 1
ington authorities demand 1
pa ration ofl luerta for the hai
ir.g of Clements Vergara an
American citizen, near Hid >La,
Mexico.
Milwaukee, j;. 37 c ir a
N'orthwestern freight train plun-
ged down a steep embankm
in the centre of the 1
s men aie belies ed to I
under the vn 1' use, bn -
ken flangi .
IMPERIA1
THEATRE
Saturday Feb. 28.
Popular Prices M qd. 1 .
But sp 'rial attra ti ms i.i
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fercnee at llie Hague. Referring to
the matter subsequently in the
boose of commons, Francis Dyke
Acland, parliament under secre-
I i". Foi fon ign iffairs, rep1 km'
vith an em erta
u ben asked if the British g ive n
in. nt was prep ired t" co-operate
heartily with the United States
government in this matter.
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Notice.
ALL
ed bj ie I' 1 ri I of
h to li
tough h md to
dery and 0\ i rail I
I ,ai es and Insertions, Rib-
e February 28th, 1914.
Accumulations of rubbish pla-
s plain and fancy Latest cedatthesi- sofsti ets under
Dons
Style Bi Its Lace "Collars,
Embroidi ry Collars.
Ladies White, Bla< k,Pink,
Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's White, Bla< k, Grej
Navy Blue, Alice Blue,Helio,
and ( Ireen Silk Socks with
Silk Ties to match
Silk Sim ts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
. Silk Evi iiin ; S< trves,
Bi autiful Handbags
I [andsome J Go d
Genuine Irish Lim ns il
kind-.
' order, will be ret I al
I Public until 1
mentioned ; bul aft 1 that
date, viz.: Febi uary 28th, all
in-, who have failed to co
ply with thi- will be com-
pelled to remove their accumu-
ons t" the dumping ground
at their own expensi and will
in addition, be liable to prose-
cution.
By order of the Board 1 H
[AMES II. KNOWLI S,
I
" 1 l ;
FT v ''' '^Oj
' J *
Wl ire
1an W. A. m LTHER
UNDERIAKER
DESIRES lo inform ins friends
and the Public tlml I e has
i>i-t received a ci tinplete r>ui lit ol
facilities foi the buisness <>l an un-
dertaker, which 1 in in n
position ti.....> "ut Fum rals
may,be entrusted to h ire with
m and despatch and respei '
full* solicit) eii patronage" ( ' '
my P : aod prove that the\
nre the verj lowest foi ihe first cl iss
1 k,
"NE NATIONAL" r<>
"IDEAL"
HAND MACHINES
"NEW HOMF'M "RL'BY"
FOOT MACHINES
I 1 IR -Ml BY
CHAS, E. ALBURY.
REMEMBER.!
No lio.ni.- w.\s.or < ah be* < <>m
plcle Without "Musk
i ligll
Playei Pi.
aim-, Piano 1 ami Ri 1 d
tabli for p* ery h >me.
Conn I ''' niir I 1'
1 1 in f tiles nsliu-
mpnl Fro lory to you 1
d lys till. Absolutely
I REE for as o*e foi youi
self.' 'in insti umei.ts and i
n the World.
HE RISING -l \R
Dill l Street.
W. I W, 1 ( .
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
\X/E would 1 form all who apprecial..... t-that wen w
VV li of HAV WA CIGARS We
' e of the fin< -1 I, i\ -
H : rs throi ghoul
: workmen
and (Treat pain ilitv.
lii' sue "- ' 1 . 11 li in the pasl lead
the pa ol 1
|. L. SAI NDI RS a (
1'.. 1 \ -Street.
Shingles
R t No t Hearl in. C\ pn
Sin n per ihou-
1 i
I' Is of 0
[les.
Special Price
1 mi 1 li> d( also
Tin. ( s al 1
thousand "I 2 1 bundles. Tins
price made possible bya very
large purchase.
Fresh stock a: riving very
Wei
C. C. SAUNDERS.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCig'ar
"Ladysmlth Brand*
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
Its excellent quality.
T
I.K
'HI |jne I in
ihe Ea 1 bles
'' nprising fi ie rarti ige, ho
harm ted by
Ml 1 \l> IRRIS.
East Bay Street


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