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Zhc Grfbune Saturday, M*rch 7. 1914 — %  In our reading article of ir< in-t. we referred to the injustice done to the Nonconformists of England by Mr. |Balfoui'i Edu i in Act "I i i !. We worded (i r complaint s tin : liat loose1 ly, and I I "at the expense of" h is evidently b ien taken :' ii..' ather than figurative ly, by a < irres mdent who writi .ii imi last issue, with a i %  • to pin lni; us right on i ii.. M I c mtrovi rs). We : adily admit a at truth i w ili under] ies all i lur con is poudent says, and find ourselvi -., in the main in cordi il s\ inyathy 1 with all he advances. It is! with the utm that I • %  • %  feel (-"Hi, make one| or two qualifications to tin broad statements that he makes. We DO recognise, and recognise with gratitude, that the majority o| public elementary sch >ols in the rural districts of England were built by the Church. W • wish we could stop there, and find ourselves in complete agreemerit with our correspondent. We LOATHE anything in the nature of sectarian disputes, bul • in common justice to the c uise we champion, must point out the foil iwing facts. In many country disti icts .Nonconformist In id la bom stom i and building m itenals and llj i %  : in the wi 'i k •! buildin i %  '-. nlv I i Hod in the v ist i.iij irity '>f i s, tii.it thi rontrol of the |'||%  d bud ling >ass I entirely fcut of their hands I'heir sons Uild not 1) '"oine S ii > ilni. itheir ..ative \ illage s :hool, it ime si hool which their rents h id helped to build un>%  they i"M" mi | tin Faith Ltheii i I Now a is I' demand for jus) those {two igs, viz.: I 1 .pulai nrol, the abolition ol U iligious 5, which brought a i mt, an I s Inn if, | istly so, the up }' %  iiu i i le in W .: ist II %  assure our that no atta k on ( in ch he repn senls vas led, and I i % %  ..; ination, he still think I (lat om articl el no It was simply usi d as a illustration of the me* tff the House ol Lord-, in favouring Unionist legislation, j to Mr. Rrnceoi indifference to We c mgratulate oui corn sponIns merits as a n official ; on the drnt cm his outspokenness, and contrary, Mr. Vlburf feels that unsparing c lemnation of, the government have n it fairly paity Politics, to whn h wead ; rewarded Mr. Brace I >t Ins king ,i fervent Amen. For over a hun-land meritoriojs services, and dred years British Education has ; that promotii i i is justly his due, been wrecked on therocksofsec and n >i a Irifl ng personal altarian bigotry and prejudice. I lowance of £"50. Mr. Brace ask Whenever the Education Qu a ed I >r an increase of salary and tiou has come up for settlement thego\ernment offers him a petthe jealously of "religious" bo isonal allowano because "the dies has invariably side ti Governor is unable to support m mi issue, viz. I luca tiuii of the child, and foilglil fiercely over 'TI ligious" difl t ences. I lie result has been chaos. Mom in Catholic Schools. Wes. i iyan and other N nco ii >rmis1 Schools all sprang up haphazard andall tend : I 1 I unio 1, inid ..l' a united stand foi a National sysl of 1 lucati in on b oad r iti mal lin s In 1 1 • • 1 > 1111 • HI the oid) fan and I igical solution to I edu lion 1 1 y ste 1 if pu 1 • %  u lar instruction in stal schools, staffed b> state paid teach irs. 'his seems to us only way out of all our hflicult es, an I one "I England's most crj ing aeeds is til 11 1 "I ; 1 lily go 1.1 -, stem "i edu :a i In facing this great ta • %  %  DIM I recognise 1 e fact that tliei < ar 1 hundreds ol sects and creeds, to -1 j nothing of a 1 I011I iportion of no-religiouist? all "I \ lio-ii deserve c moderation and la 11 t r> atm nt. Wh we settle our reli %  1.01-, difli ultieS a-other 11 iti MIS iiav 1 (1 and allow the clergymen ind ministers of l minalions ; %  1 give an\ n*li : %  >us instruction thev mat d em lit' \ii LR SCHOOL HOURS The writer has seen I working ; and working ly in Austr ilia, an I surely 1 al ever oui 1 ligious vii vs, we 0 : ?ht tosinkour difl 10 n\<\ unite in the 1 >n interests ol our all too badlj edu -ate I rhil dren. Whili we ire lighting, nval nations are last leaviu ii hnel in in itters ii?. edm ition, gi iieral Is itself inc ly handi ippi I, commercially, especi d ly, b\ %  m 1 ffete and im ^vstem >' > 1 I'lini-Ii, night 11 tin House of A de bate on the Se md 1 iding of Hi Bill to grant 1 mal al. low 1 nee to 'I 1.1 I ,1 1 h|. ga 1 B a d I E \1 • bury, strenuously oppose I the pers mal allowance not bv any means in a spirit of antagonism Mr. Brace's applical ion that the s dary of the office of Chiel of the s :i tariat should be increns d." Vll. Minn \ s \ ie ,\is that an officer wlio Ii i co npleted 31 ye .1 set %  • ice, and has done "excellent work" and giver "long and gi od set v ii e" should be pi minted in rew ard \s at kspn imotion for aspu n. ii'1 HI the ser vice ; and tli poli ; of k< eping 1 11,111 in one pi; es no in entive to 1 y, to excelnl work 01 '' faithful servii e. Mr. \lburt out th.it similar conditions obtain in the lie. 1 sin \ ; lepartine it and if iiuii'Hi: be true 1 nt the Hevenunl I > %  partment do s 11 a im lude pn 1 motion for Mr. Matthew s 11 <"in what was said in de %  bj 1 lie leader of the gov erninen', Mr. Saudi s ipj> rted I J VJi Gamblin and 1 • nttitudi of the govei 11 lent it is e\ idc lha t certain nie 11 %  nsidered to be v >id 1 'I ambi 1 ion and 1 tent to I .. %  a tutors fi >i theii chiefs whil I 1 emaiu alw i\s and vei subordm ite, d for "long and go "I sei vice," "excellent *o k," 1 ffii ii in y,' "l imiliaritj With tie ; I "I.in 1 %  %  f the < lepai tmi it wiul 1 othei 11.1 n I 11 king these desirabie qual dications ire 1 • I foi vard and upward ovi 1 their leads. To our v\a\ of thinking a man who tedly 11IU an ol lu e p."ttm % %  • isfai I ion and proval as Mr. lira 1 and Mi M iii" AS ii.,\ e done, will in like in innei fill the "dice pi 1 in inenti Vnj t iing in ' in inifestl\ unjust, .a to in .1 n atei reflection upon Mr. Matthews, 01 a greatei div nuragenent to the entire .. '• w ould be the appointment of A Com|)troller than Mi. Matthew I hese men may nol be "1 i< ciety men" hut the public ler vice requires "good service," "excellent work" and "efficien-i cy," and can well dispi use with the accomplishments of fridge, goif, or tennis. Another case now 1 1 fore the 1 h a l-" is that of Mr. James \l. Rae to winch weh ive pret iously referred. Much more lies in Mr. Albury's arguments than appe M on the sin lace Mi. Brace has a -ked for an im rease 1 >f salar\ I e is given a personal allow ance \lr. iiae under the new scheme will have double v.. a l ,. double e\j.<'iis.-> md ,\:\ • ioiial work for the same s.dai v. Mi. Matthews ;is w< rked long, bard and %  Iv, and en !himself -1 ill overloo I, What then .We I the governne • ina\ find ilsell fai e to ti with this pi iropositii m. I' .oil of I lies men may claim their pensii n and retire in disgust, and tl.e Taxpayer will have to meet a salary and a pension to each >l t e offices in question. 1 Hi: PINE/ PPLE INDUS1 in Tin J. S J nsoi, Co. ha %  ery pr liieworthilx be n for some time giv ing 1 onsideration ami nttention u tl is imlustr) with the view to its resus italij m. R I';. 111 I i| the ['residi nt has accuinulati d a I inl'mmat on from the %  le u ers of f'-i tdi/i r at the 1''St ol nan ii a and mo* forth! : • 1 So time ago w ien the in dusti was ne 1 il in d Mr Jei mi E. I'\ from was induced Mi Smith to visit th" Pinealp Cli ins of I' loud I, and 1 'II 1 ed con vim ed tl at there vas j el hi ipe fi >r tin industry. mut tins tin; .\ir W E Moore was di-ei nd IUM\ res ih ed to thr6w up the business but was p. b\ Mr Smith to try again, he helping him with suggestions > %  to the nting, fi rnlizin 1 an care ni the plants, w nil tl e n -ult that \| r M' 1111 %  s 1 > 1.1111; 11 e ni is c< insiden 1 by all pun apple cultivators as the I"'-' in ... Colony, and Biij person inten ste I in the ultivation ol the pineapple H ould do well i" '-. %  %  tins plan. in, mi which th re is proha, bly not a plant which is not Inntiic., Let year the J. S. J. Co. im* poi ted from I lav,in 400 >o d >/• en Pineapple slips, and experimented with five thousand doz.



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•'ii "ii the r own lands in the Western istri :t; Mr. Pyfrom planted i Jocx i dozen on (he W 111 IT l\'..; (I and 23000 dozen were dist ibuted among the planters 1 if Eleuthera. I he J. S .1, Co. is so satisfied that the industry is reviving that they hav< ordered •,-, 1 doz sii|, s 1 nd tfre making ar rangement • with planters, who have their 0 vn in l*. to supply 1I1 in with stock and wait until the plants are producing, for payment. £1 al >zing the futility of Furnishing pi mts, without als' prot 1 tin > the means ol ling I 11. ih >y contemplate supplt inlitable fertilizei • on ; 1 ns similiai to those for the plant i. B( 1 this, they : ive issued and disl ibuted fret "I cost.su fort ed method if planting, ferti iz tngand c 11 no, for the plants ; which hav< ret eived the endorse men! of th • Board ol Agriculture : in 01 ler to increase their products e iess. I he cau %  < %  ol the failure 1 I the pineapple industry in the i ast, was due, chit fly to the ill ) iel I. Tl e suggested im proved methods, it 1-. more than hopeful, will make decided improvement in tins direction, ()ther countries have by im prov il inthods doubled an trebled our lutput. I lie full twins, suggestions for |il mting i ml fertilizing Pineap les, I on actual results 1 1 1 % %  ured, ha 1 bt en issu ed by the I > Johnson Co. Planting: lips in re* gular, straight rows. Rows to be 20 incht s apart and the slips o in -hes ap irl in tin row Roads } feel A ide every 10 I I roughoul iii field w ill be 1 >und of ad irauta ;e, additi mal I tads would be better. I he priii ipal object of this liar planting is to permit a free < irculation of ail through the plants in every direction. It also permit e isier w eding, fertilizing and pat lei ing of fruit, with a less rtu nber of damaged pi.Mils. Ii will be found of ad van ta to iii.ik-' the following applica. II in a few weeks aftei plan tin r. -•hps w hen the) have begun to i" 't, Mix 1 nt half Colt >n S Meal and 01 e half tobat ro du it. I'ni a ii'.i. ing teaspoonful of this mixtun into the crown of <• ich plant. Thri serves as ,,n insecticide and also baa a fertilizing V.lln !, FtrUlrMi r$. A mixture of one half Mapes fertilizer and one half '. .i\e 1 arth lias proven I he best • far, and 10 mistake will be made in usin %  this. W. K Moore, Esq has set in ed the Agency fmr the Ma| 1 • fertilizer and can ies it in Sir ck. Application. Do not broadcast I Ii is is not only t\ asteful hut frequentlj does more harm than good by getting into the crown of the plants and injuring Il.e lender VOUIIg leaves, eVt I sometimes killing the plants. Adopt a in-.is ire which will give each planl one 11j oz. of fertilizer mixture al each application. take as indicative of a latent desire in the commu *1ty for this ild time English sport. Credit is due the promoters of tins littlt event which per chance may set the pee 1 revival of tins popular -sport. Another more pretentious meel at Hobby I lorse I lall before the close of the Season might go a long way towards making the Races an established thing and next winter should see the course cleared up, a stand erect ed an I a realty ,e ( „„| meet arLovers of Horse flesh, we simply throw out the suggi stion, M ike first application at time : it 1up to you. of planting, putting half oz. mi Caterers foi rojrisl patronage stirring other half j Hotel Keepers, Boarding louse Kee| e s, Lodging I louse in suil imm di itel v around hoie N I 1,1:: n Bhould be made in I December or Januai ) ifl : planting. Lift the lower leaves and appl /one 1) oz on the groun 1.11se up to the plant stiri ing it into the soil as much as possibl %  Third application should be made in April or May, using same qu intitt, and applying in same way. Fourth application should be made in October, using sami quantity and appl, ng in sanv way. I here sh ml be no further application until after the crop is gathered. As soon after 1 rop Ins IK en gathi r 'I as pracl ic ible.b igin fertilizing again using the sai 1 qg mtity and same method but making only three applications in the yeai instead of four, the last application each year should ; > made in < October. Stirring the fertilizers into the soil immi diatelt an und 1 isses the wi low's house, She invites him in. He becomes friendly with her and prop marriage. 'I he sheriff, then deciding 10 visit her, stai is on Ins wav He arrives jusl in time to see ihe minister binding the knot and le it es in chagrin. mi ingredients in the ferti gled tr*mp, calls at her house and 11 / %  %  1 N i t rogen Ainmoi n.1, 01 being t ilai ile, will evap 11 quickly il I le fertilizer is sunply thrown on the surface of the" soil and nut stirred into il Ihe roots of the pineapple pi int do not extend outward very far. Fertilizers thrown on the soil beyond the natural reach of the ninis are wasted. The Mail Steamer "Miami'* arrived from Miami at 7 o'clock tins morning with 53 passengers and steamed for Miami this afternoon. GOVERNMENT NOTICE No. 31 1 March tgi \. H IS Excellen :y the Jovernor din cts it to be notified that owing to the conditions winch prevail 111 the Republic of Liberia, it is verj undesirable thai labourers who are British subjects, should be attracted to service in that Country. Once in that Country such lab mrers are liable to be retained under the provisions of the local Law. and Emigration to Liberia is accordingly*discouragt I. By Command W. HART-BNNETT Colonial Secretary M. P. 889/14, IMPERIAL) THEATRE Saturday Mar. 7tl V v Ri 1 Is Full of Excitemej MAD MULE CANYON INDIAN FIGHT and THE JOKE ON T SHERIFF ., Reels 6dJ od. is. E I lie increased care and ex pity on him, after a few days anc pense involi id in following out | gets friendly^with him. giving him I redoing su jgesti ns will asks I >r something to eat. She ofleis him some in slily cooke I pie, if he Will chop some wood, As sunn as il t has gone, he takts the pies ami runs BW IV, I lie ,\ 1 low let s him and follows him with a shotgun. She catches hue mil m irehes him to the sheriff's ofli e, where he 1f nmnl!yarrested. He is sentenced to thirty il its in [ail, and is the jail's oniv inmate. The sheriff takes Lumber & Shingles. be a 111 pi j rl paid in thejint reast d yield and quality of the crop. The large gathei ing of bo|h native residents and winter 11 ii is at I lobby 11 }fM I lall yesterday afternobn we may tobacco, and other luxuries! lie 1I1"en ih.ii Claude can play pokt 1 anil ai res s game, Claude 1 11,11, -s the klierifl to loan him ,1 (loll, 11 to make ih game Interesting, Claude Wins all Ihe money the sheriff had, lie makes the sheriff buy him a new outfit and borrows his shaving outfit. The sheriff wax. ( US I' reo ive 1 a 'argo fr| l u kwnville pei scUoa "Louise I'." 1 J, 1 j x 10 .mil 1 -•, 30 ft. lent and also any other si/es of lunj req lifed. Prices to suit et ei v body, tytfloa Shingles in stot kj per thousand and upw ard, jlWCHAS.J. KM LY & III 1



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ANNA E.RAE Proprietress Of The Vogue, "Au Bon Marc he Stores" and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L ADIES Dress Goods, in Lustres,Serges, Ratines white and Coloured Cording, Crepes, Crepons, Marquisettes, Bengalines, Lands-! dowries, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered Muslins, Velvets, Embroidered Batistes, Tussore Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, Overall Embroidery and Overall I.ace. Laces and Insertions, Ribbons plain and fancy Latest Style Belts Lace Collars, Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Black, Pink, Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey Silk Stockings Men's Whtte, Black,.Grey Navy Blue, Alice Blue, Helio, and Green Silk Socks with Silk Ties to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk Parasols, Silk Evening Scarves, Beautiful Handbags Handsome Japanese Goeds Genuine Irish Linens of all kinds. R E A L argains AGAIN BOOTS AND SHOES. 'I1.1.IAMS THE SHOEMAN Has just received H forge consignment of Roots and Shoes most of which are SAMPLE LOTS 'if i, a and 3 pairs ol n brand and style in all sizes which are being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: j many instances the discount inot ICU than :?o per cent on the REGULAR PRICKS %  V* 11 to day and convince your |f that this is another lot of jpse Exceptional Bargain* lich is every now and then offered at WILLIAMS' LESALE AND RETAIL B ESTABLISHMENT. r 279, Hay-stieet, FOUND. FOUND adrift in harbour on the morning of 28th February An open Boat —10 Teet keel Owner may have same by prov ing property and paying expenses. Apply on board steam tender "Auxiliar" NO I ILK. ~ T HE undersigned bee to inform In* friends ,md patrons that he h.'is removed his business from Dil ? teiiMi in I..! |e, (>ak Sid' 1 board with Mirroi aitachment in good condition, cheap for cash, apply In I nbtine Office. "St 'V N \TIONAL" (& "II KAL" H I) riACHINES NEW HO KE." ffl "RUBY" FOOT MACHINES FOR SALE BY CHAS. E, ALBURY. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. Gasoline V* I \ NI) \fi I) Oil Cos Motor v_5 spirits told in quantities n( 5 gallons and upward for one shilling per gal Ion at Garage, Bring a Vessel for small quantities. Drums may be hid with "drum lots,'subject to return when empty Reo the Fifth Cais void at $ 1175, less 10 per cent discount f. o. b. factory! Reo Cars also for Hire. BlCVClM lenied for IPs. a week. Automobile and bicycle supplies kept in stock. Cylinder oil and \uto Grease a specially. Can even sell you a very conve. nient storage drum with faurit to keep grtsolioe. Come and see them. Apply to I. P. SIMM's. 47 Market street Nassau N P. Special Bargains "CALL EARLY 1 A RMOURS "Best srtar" HAMS Selling at 20cents per lb Boneless Ham at 30 cent per lb bologna SailMge at 30 cent per lb AT THE ROYAL STORE. J. I.. SAUNDERS & Co W E would ..iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we n m have on .. ,nd an extensive Stock of II \V \\ \ CIGARS, Wa guarantee our brand to be made of 1 he finest Havana ami Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These < igarsara manufacured on our premise by skilled workmen and yrcaI pains are taken to produce an ait K le of superior qir-ility. The sui cess we have met with in the past leads u :onl dently to expect the patron igc of connoiseurs. J. I SAUNDERS & Co. Bav-Street, NOTICE. "T^HISist inform my Patrons 1 and the Pub ic in General that I hive opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now teady to do anything in the line ol General repair ni new work Horse Shoeing Soecally, All work done Mechanics 11\ (• A. Nuyler, Bay St ii East f Wharf R.F MEMBER! No home WM.Or cn be com plete without "Mu*te" W E ate ( llet ing a line of I ligh I Irs le Piai os, Player Pianos, Piann O.gans, and Reed Organs suitable for every home, Come and se >ur laiest catalogue and let US Send one of these l list uiinents diiect hi.m factory to your home for 30 days trial. Absolutely FREE for asking,Chuo*e for youi self.Oui instrumei ts and terms are the best in the \\, rid. /III. Rl ING STAR Dillei Street* W. P, W. i~ Co, W. A. MATHER UNDER I'AKEH D ESIRES lo inform lus friends and the Public that I e has just received a complete outfit ol facilities foi the buisn 'ss nl an undertaker, which places him in a position to carry nut Funei ils that may be entrusted to Ins (arc with ystem an 1 despatch ; and respei t fully solicits theii patronage t i^t my Pi ices first and pmve that they are Ilia very lowest for the first class work. Shingles Besl Mo 1 Heart 510. Cypress Shingles al $9.60 per Ihoutod of 211 bundles Discounts on lots ol' over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5in. Cypress at $6,72 pei thousand of 20 bundli s. Tins price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. JL. •FUS SELL' S coNoeNSfP M I p "iPAeo av ,,„ FUSS ELL jrgfej



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a a c X a 3 £ < Nullius ivddictus |urare in verba m.gltrl. Being bound to iwe&r to the Dogmtva >t no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahnmivs, Saturday. March 7. 1914 No. 71 i EON r H Dl'l'l C'll EOITOI AND I'HUPBIIl K OKK1C130 44 MAKKKT -TKKI.'I Nat .ill X P., F.A.IAMA-. |r\ o. Box Ijta PUBLISHED DAILY. M HI. lav, Vedneeday end Friday— linele copy 5 < i lutwlay, rhursday end Saturday— .in^le ropv Ill Weekly ... ... 4j.l %  fonthly ..is 4' Quarterly 4^. FfalfYearl* 8a, VeilliV It" PAYABLF IV aOVANCF. Advertising Ratei Sis pence pet line for first insertion ; three pence pei hit for lecood insertion; and one penny per line f.>r suhsrquent insertion*, Advertisements under eii'ht lines 45. CABLEGRAMS. March f>th 11514. Berlin—A considerable sensation has been caused in Germany by an article in the semi-official Cologne Gazette, purporting in be a tele. Ki;mi,iiom itfl St.Petersburg corretu pundent. I his alleged tint Rus*ia was* rapidly and secretly preparing to m-ike war on Germany, The irnI-11 il foreign oftice liisi no tune in diaaa-2. New York, 4. —Six nation! have challenged lor the Davis Cup, emblematic of the lawn teams championship of the woild. The nationsare British Isles, Germany, France, Australia, Canada ativi Belgium. London. 4 —Followers of boxers, many of whom paid as high as $25 for a seat, saw Bombardier Wells knock out Bandsman Blake at the Palladium last night in the fourth round o| what was to bave been a twenty round contest for a purse and stakes amouting to 000. BY RADIO March 7th K)t.i. New York, 6.—The New York and Chicago baseball teams received an enthusiastic welcome home to day. I hey arrived on the Lusitania. Washington. f,.—The Mann bouse committee on interstate _^_ commerce bj a vote of 4 favourably -Trjmrtast the eena4ww i- <•' peal the clause exempting Ameri. can coastwise .slops from tolls in the Panama Canal. New York. 6 —Victor Reynauld, B Cuban, shot and killed Mabel Garcia a widow in her home today. Reynauld was manager of a cigir factory owned bv Mrs. Garcia and her refusal to marry him was fol. I wed by the shooting of her and ana the killing of himself as well. New fork, 6.—The appellate division of the supieme court handed down a decision today in the case of the four police inspea ; tors, I'urtha, Thumps m, Sweeney and I lussey, convicted and senten1 ced to a year each for obstructing the course of Justice. The decision reverses the conviction ol Hussey and affirms thai of the others. Washington, 0.—The state department today received a note from General Carranza assuring tins government that every effort would he made to clear up the mystery of the disappearance of Gustav llauch the German-American, by the commission appointed to investigate the killing of Wm. S. Ben ton, New York, 6.—Two young burglars and a policeman are dying in hospital today as the result of a fierce pistol battle between three burglars-and a score ol police in a bad section of Brooklyn early this morning. The burglars were found robbing a drugstore. New York, 6.—Two of the Independent Workers of the World noting army of unemployed were sentenced to the workhouse for thirty days today. The) and 188 others were arrested on Wednesday night in a Roman Catholic Uiurch. Previously they had invaded other churches. The two men were convicted of disorderly conduct. The others w II probably receive the same sentence. New Zork, 6.—The supreme court today affirmed the verdict cf the lower court in setting aside the will of the late Thomas T, Eckert. Glendenin Eckert, the eldest son will now receive ball of the tl.< 650.000, insteod ol $50,000, left him in the will.


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Nullius ivddictus |urare in verba m.gltrl.
Being bound to iwe&r to the Dogmtva >t no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahnmivs, Saturday. March 7. 1914
No. 71
i EON r H Dl'l'l C'll
EOITOI AND I'HUPBIIl K
OKK1C1- 30 44 MAKKKT -TKKI.'I
Nat .ill X P., F.A.IAMA-.
|r\ o. Box Ijta
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M hi.lav, Vedneeday end Friday
linele copy 5 < i
lutwlay, rhursday end Saturday
.in^le ropv ..... Ill
Weekly ... ... 4j.l
fonthly ..is 4'
Quarterly ...... 4^.
FfalfYearl* 8a,
VeilliV It"
PAYABLF IV aOVANCF.
Advertising Ratei Sis pence pet line
for first insertion ; three pence pei hit
for lecood insertion; and one penny per
line f.>r suhsrquent insertion*,
Advertisements under eii'ht lines 45.
CABLEGRAMS.
March f>th 11514.
BerlinA considerable sensation
has been caused in Germany by an
article in the semi-official Cologne
Gazette, purporting in be a tele.
Ki;mi,iiom itfl St.Petersburg corretu
pundent.
I his alleged tint Rus*ia was*
rapidly and secretly preparing to
m-ike war on Germany, The irn-
I-11 il foreign oftice liisi no tune
in diaaa Cologne Gazette's publication.
London, 4,1 onspicuous place
is given in the Morning pa pen to
the statement mule in the house
oi commons yesterday by Sir Ed-
ward Grej the foreign secretary in
the Mexican situation ami in pai-
ticular the case of Wm. s Renton,
In tins declaration lie promised
patience in deeding with (lie mat-
ter, hut intimated iliat the govern-
ment would reserve fix- right to
obtain r paration if the United
States did not think il desirable
In take further steps.
London, 4. 1 he second reading
of the I In.iic Rule for Ireland hill
is to he debated next Monday in
the house of commons, according
to an announcement by Piemier
Asquilh, who said he would .hen
make his promised statement nsto
the proposed concession to Ulster,
London, 4.1 he probahihtvflof
antarctic exploration in 1014 re.
soiving tsidf 11 to a race between
tin- lint.sh and Aiir,:'i i ,.
tons i* disclosed by co.nnsu uca.
tions passing between Mr Ernest
Shai'kh'tun and III Konig.
I)r Konig, who purposes to cross
the Antarctic Continent in the
same way and ftom the same base
as Sir Ernest, cl urns the prior
rigfit to use that base, and in a re-
cent letter to Mr Ernest suggested
that the Litter its-, a b-se pthei
than the Weddell Sea.
Washington, 4.The acute phase
of the crisis in the Mexican situa-
tion is regarded as having passed
with the statement made in the
house ol com 1.....is by Sir F.d-
ward Grey. Sir Lionel Carden,
the Urihsh Minister to MexiSO,
who 1 cached Washington l*st
night, was received by Pre-
sident Wilson this evening.
sir Lionel left Washirgton to-
night for Mew York m the expecta-
tion of b'ing able to sail for I.up-
land tomorrow
Hamilton, Bermuda, 4. E. P.
I.a rued of New York won the
mens singles in the Princess Hotel
I emus I nurnamerit yesterdav. de-
feating Captain Merger of England
in the finals by a score of 7-5, 6-4,
J-6, f>-2.
New York, 4. Six nation! have
challenged lor the Davis Cup,
emblematic of the lawn teams
championship of the woild.
The nationsare British Isles, Ger-
many, France, Australia, Canada
ativi Belgium.
London. 4 Followers of boxers,
many of whom paid as high as
$25 for a seat, saw Bombardier
Wells knock out Bandsman Blake
at the Palladium last night in the
fourth round o| what was to bave
been a twenty round contest for
a purse and stakes amouting to
000.
BY RADIO
March 7th K)t.i.
New York, 6.The New York
and Chicago baseball teams re-
ceived an enthusiastic welcome
home to day. I hey arrived on the
Lusitania.
Washington. f,.The Mann
bouse committee on interstate
_^_
commerce bj a vote of 4 favour-
ably -Trjmrtast the eena4ww i- <'
peal the clause exempting Ameri.
can coastwise .slops from tolls in
the Panama Canal.
New York. 6 Victor Reynauld,
B Cuban, shot and killed Mabel
Garcia a widow in her home today.
Reynauld was manager of a cigir
factory owned bv Mrs. Garcia and
her refusal to marry him was fol.
I wed by the shooting of her and
ana the killing of himself as well.
New fork, 6.The appellate
division of the supieme court
handed down a decision today in
the case of the four police inspea
; tors, I'urtha, Thumps m, Sweeney
and I lussey, convicted and senten-
1 ced to a year each for obstructing
the course of Justice. The decision
reverses the conviction ol Hussey
and affirms thai of the others.
Washington, 0.The state de-
partment today received a note
from General Carranza assuring
tins government that every effort
would he made to clear up the
mystery of the disappearance of
Gustav llauch the German-Ameri-
can, by the commission appointed
to investigate the killing of Wm.
S. Ben ton,
New York, 6.Two young bur-
glars and a policeman are dying
in hospital today as the result of
a fierce pistol battle between three
burglars-and a score ol police in
a bad section of Brooklyn early
this morning. The burglars were
found robbing a drugstore.
New York, 6.Two of the Inde-
pendent Workers of the World
noting army of unemployed were
sentenced to the workhouse for
thirty days today. The) and 188
others were arrested on Wednes-
day night in a Roman Catholic
Uiurch. Previously they had in-
vaded other churches. The two
men were convicted of disorderly
conduct. The others w II probably
receive the same sentence.
New Zork, 6.The supreme
court today affirmed the verdict
cf the lower court in setting aside
the will of the late Thomas T,
Eckert.
Glendenin Eckert, the eldest son
will now receive ball of the tl.<
650.000, insteod ol $50,000, left
him in the will.


Zhc Grfbune
Saturday, M*rch 7. 1914
-
In our reading article of ir< !
in-t. we referred to the injustice
done to the Nonconformists of
England by Mr. |Balfoui'i Edu
' i in Act "I i i !. We worded
(i r complaint s tin : liat loose-1
ly, and I I "at the expense
of" h is evidently b ien taken
:' ii..' ather than figurative -
ly, by a < irres mdent who
writi .ii imi last issue, with a i
to pin lni; us right on i ,
ii..mi c mtrovi rs). We
: adily admit a at truth i
w ili under] ies all i lur con is
poudent says, and find ourselvi -.,
in the main in cordi il s\ inyathy 1
with all he advances. It is!
with the utm that I
feel (-"Hi, make one|
or two qualifications to tin
broad statements that he makes.
We DO recognise, and recognise
with gratitude, that the majori-
ty o| public elementary sch >ols
in the rural districts of England
were built by the Church. W
wish we could stop there, and
find ourselves in complete agree-
merit with our correspondent.
We LOATHE anything in the
nature of sectarian disputes, bul
in common justice to the c uise
we champion, must point out
the foil iwing facts. In many
country disti icts .Nonconformist
In id la bom
stom i and building m itenals
and llj i : in the
wi 'i k ! buildin i '-. nlv
I i Hod in the v ist i.iij irity '>f
i s, tii.it thi rontrol of the
|'||- d bud ling >ass I entirely
fcut of their hands I'heir sons
Uild not 1) '"oine S ii > ilni.
itheir ..ative \ illage s :hool,
it ime si hool which their
rents h id helped to build un-
>- they i"M" mi | tin Faith
Ltheii i I Now a is
I' demand for jus) those {two
igs, viz.: I1 .pulai nrol,
the abolition ol U iligious
5, which brought a i mt, an I
s Inn if, | istly so, the up
}' iiu i
i le in
' W .: ist ii assure our
- that no atta k on
( in ch he repn senls vas
led, and I i ..;
ination, he still think
I
(lat om articl el no
It was simply usi d as a
illustration of the me*
tff the House ol Lord-, in
favouring Unionist legislation, j to Mr. Rrnceoi indifference to
We c mgratulate oui corn spon- Ins merits as a n official ; on the
drnt cm his outspokenness, and contrary, Mr. Vlburf feels that
unsparing c.....lemnation of, the government have n it fairly
paity Politics, to whn h wead !; rewarded Mr. Brace I >t Ins king
,i fervent Amen. For over a hun-land meritoriojs services, and
dred years British Education has ; that promotii i i is justly his due,
been wrecked on therocksofsec and n >i a Irifl ng personal al-
tarian bigotry and prejudice. I lowance of "50. Mr. Brace ask
Whenever the Education Qu a ed I >r an increase of salary and
tiou has come up for settlement thego\ernment offers him a pet-
the jealously of "religious" bo isonal allowano because "the
dies has invariably side ti Governor is unable to support
m mi issue, viz. I luca
tiuii of the child, and foilglil
fiercely over 'ti ligious" difl t
ences. I lie result has been chaos.
Mom in Catholic Schools. Wes.
i iyan and other N nco ii >rmis1
Schools all sprang up haphazard
andall tend : I 1 I unio 1, in-
id ..l' a united stand foi a
National sysl of 1 lucati in on
b oad r iti mal lin s In 1 1
1 > 1111 hi the oid) fan and I igical
solution to I edu lion
1 1 yste 1 if pu 1 ' u
lar instruction in stal
schools, staffed b> state paid
teach irs. 'his seems to us
only way out of all our hflicul-
t es, an I one "I England's most
crj ing aeeds is til 11 1 "I ;'
1 lily go 1.1 -, stem "i edu :a i
In facing this great ta - dim I
recognise 1 e fact that tliei < ar
1 hundreds ol sects and creeds, to
-1 j nothing of a 1 I011-
I iportion of no-religiouist?.all
"I \ lio-ii deserve c moderation
and la 11 t r> atm nt. Wh ,
we settle our reli 1.01-, difli ul-
tieS a-- other 11 iti mis iiav 1 (1
and allow the clergymen ind
ministers of l
minalions ; 1 give an\ n*li : >us
instruction thev mat d em lit'
\i- i lr school hours -
The writer has seen I
working ; and working
ly in Austr ilia, an I surely 1 al
ever oui 1 ligious vii vs, we
0 : ?ht tosinkour difl 10 n\<\
unite in the 1 >n interests ol
our all too badlj edu -ate I rhil
dren. Whili we ire lighting,
nval nations are last leaviu
ii hnel in in itters ii?. edm ition,
gi iieral
Is itself inc ly handi
ippi I, commercially, especi d
ly, b\ m 1 ffete and im
^vstem
>'
' > 1 I'lini-Ii, night 11 tin
House of A de
bate on the Se md 1 iding of
Hi Bill to grant 1 mal al.
low 1 nee to 'I 1.1 I ,1 1 h|.
ga 1 B a d I E \1
bury, strenuously oppose I the
pers mal allowance not bv any
means in a spirit of antagonism
Mr. Brace's applical ion that the
s dary of the office of Chiel
of the s :i tariat should
be increns d."
Vll. Minn \ s \ ie ,\- is that an
officer wlio Ii i co npleted 31',
ye .1 set ice, and has done
"excellent work" and giver
"long and gi od set v ii e" should
be pi minted in rew ard \s at
kspn imotion for
aspu n. ii'- 1 hi the ser
vice ; and tli poli ; of k< eping
1 11,111 in one pi; es no in
entive to 1 y, to excel-
nl work 01 '' faithful servii e.
Mr. \lburt out th.it
similar conditions obtain in the
lie. 1 sin \ ; lepartine it and if
iiuii'Hi: be true 1
nt the Hevenunl I > -
partment do s 11 a im lude pn 1
motion for Mr. Matthew s
11 <"in what was said in de
bj 1 lie leader of the gov
erninen', Mr. Saudi s ipj> rted I J
VJi Gamblin and 1 nttitudi
of the govei 11 lent it is e\ idc
lha t certain nie 11 nsidered
to be v >id 1 'I ambi 1 ion and 1
tent to I .. a tutors fi >i
theii chiefs whil I 1 emaiu
alw i\s and vei subordm ite,
d for "long
and go "I sei vice," "excellent
*o k," 1 ffii ii in y,' "l imiliaritj
With tie ; I "I.in 1
f the < lepai tmi it
wiul 1 othei 11.1 n I 11 king these
desirabie qual dications ire 1
I foi vard and upward ovi 1
their leads.
To our v\a\ of thinking a
man who tedly 11IU an ol
lu e p."ttm isfai I ion and
proval as Mr. lira 1 and Mi
M iii" as ii.,\ e done, will in
like in innei fill the "dice pi 1
in inenti
Vnj t iing in ' in inifestl\ un-
just, .a to in .1 n atei reflection
upon Mr. Matthews, 01 a greatei
div nuragenent to the entire
.. ' w ould be the appoint-
ment of A Com|)troller than Mi.
Matthew -
I hese men may nol be "1 i<
ciety men" hut the public ler
vice requires "good service,"
"excellent work" and "efficien-i
cy," and can well dispi use with
the accomplishments of fridge,
goif, or tennis.
Another case now 1 1 fore the
1 hal-" is that of Mr. James \l.
Rae to winch weh ive pret ious-
ly referred.
Much more lies in Mr. Albury's
arguments than appe m on the
sin lace
Mi. Brace has a -ked for an
im rease 1 >f salar\ I e is given a
personal allow ance
\lr. iiae under the new scheme
will have double v..al,. double
e\j.<'iis.-> md ,\:\ ioiial work
for the same s.dai v.
Mi. Matthews ;is w< rked
long, bard and Iv, and
en !- himself --1 ill overloo I,
What then .- We I the govern-
ne ina\ find ilsell fai e to
ti with this pi iroposi-
tii m. I' .oil of I lies men may
claim their pensii n and retire
in disgust, and tl.e Taxpayer
will have to meet a salary and
a pension to each >l t e offices
in question.
1 Hi: pine/ pple
INDUS1 in
Tin J. S J nsoi, Co. ha ery
pr liieworthilx be n for some
time giv ing 1 onsideration ami
nttention u tl is imlustr) with
the view to its resus italij m.
R I';. 111 I i| the
['residi nt has accuinulati d
a I inl'mmat on from the
le u ers of f'-i tdi/i r at
the 1''St ol nan ii a and mo*
forth!
: 1 -
So time ago w ien the in -
dusti was ne 1 il in d Mr
Jei mi E. I'\ from was induced
Mi Smith to visit th" Pine-
alp Cli ins of I' loud I, and
1 'ii 1 ed con vim ed tl at there
vas j el hi ipe fi >r tin industry.
mut tins tin; .\ir W E
Moore was di-ei. nd Ium\
res ih ed to thr6w up the busi-
ness but was p. b\ Mr
Smith to try again, he helping
him with suggestions > to the
nting, fi rnlizin 1 an care ni
the plants, w nil tl e n -ult that
\| r M' 1111 ' s 1 > 1.1111; 11 e ni is c< insid-
en 1 by all pun apple cultiva-
tors as the I"'-' in ... Colony,
and Biij person inten ste I in the
ultivation ol the pineapple
h ould do well i" '-. tins plan.
in, mi which th re is proha- ,
bly not a plant which is not
Inntiic.,
Let year the J. S. J. Co. im*
poi ted from I lav,in 400 >o d >/
en Pineapple slips, and experi-
mented with five thousand doz.


'ii "ii the r own lands in the
Western istri :t; Mr. Pyfrom
planted i Jocx i dozen on (he
W 111 IT l\'..; (I and 23000 dozen
were dist ibuted among the
planters 1 if Eleuthera.
I he J. S .1, Co. is so satisfied
that the industry is reviving
that they hav< ordered ,-, 1
doz sii|,s 1 nd tfre making ar
rangement with planters, who
have their 0 vn in l*. to supply
1I1 in with stock and wait until
the plants are producing, for
payment. 1 al >zing the futility
of Furnishing pi mts, without
als' prot 1 tin > the means ol
ling I 11. ih >y contemplate
supplt in- litable fertilizei on
; 1 ns similiai to those for the
plant i. B( 1 this, they :. ive
issued and disl ibuted fret "I
cost.su fort
ed method if planting, ferti iz
tngand c 11 no, for the plants ;
which hav< ret eived the endorse
men! of th Board ol Agricul-
ture : in 01 ler to increase their
products e iess.
I he cau < ol the failure 1 I
the pineapple industry in the
i ast, was due, chit fly to the
ill ) iel I. Tl e suggested im
proved methods, it 1-. more than
hopeful, will make decided im-
provement in tins direction,
()ther countries have by im
prov il in- thods doubled an
trebled our lutput.
I lie full twins, suggestions for
|il mting i ml fertilizing Pine-
ap les, I on actual results
1 1 1 ured, ha 1 bt en issu
ed by the I > Johnson Co.
Planting: lips in re*
gular, straight rows. Rows to
be 20 incht s apart and the slips
o in -hes ap irl in tin row
Roads } feel a ide every 10 I
I roughoul iii field w ill be
1 >und of ad irauta ;e, additi mal
I tads would be better.
I he priii ipal object of this
liar planting is to permit a
free < irculation of ail through
the plants in every direction. It
also permit e isier w eding, fer-
tilizing and pat lei ing of fruit,
with a less rtu nber of damaged
pi.Mils.
Ii will be found of ad van ta
to iii.ik-' the following applica.
II in a few weeks aftei plan tin r.
-hps w hen the) have begun to
i" 't, Mix 1 nt half Colt >n S
Meal and 01 e half tobat ro du it.
I'ni a ii'.i. ing teaspoonful of
this mixtun into the crown of
< ich plant. Thri serves as ,,n
insecticide and also baa a ferti-
lizing V.lln !,
FtrUlrMi r$. A mixture of one
half Mapes fertilizer and one
half '. .i\e 1 arth lias proven I he
best far, and 10 mistake will
be made in usin this.
W. K Moore, Esq has set in
ed the Agency fmr the Ma| 1
fertilizer and can ies it in Sir ck.
Application. Do not broad-
cast I Ii is is not only t\ asteful
hut frequentlj does more harm
than good by getting into the
crown of the plants and injuring
Il.e lender VOUIIg leaves, eVt I
sometimes killing the plants.
Adopt a in-.is ire which will
give each planl one 11j oz. of
fertilizer mixture al each appli-
cation.
take as indicative of a latent
desire in the commu *1ty for this
ild time English sport.
Credit is due the promoters
of tins littlt event which per
chance may set the pee 1
revival of tins popular -sport.
Another more pretentious meel
at Hobby I lorse I lall before the
close of the Season might go a
long way towards making the
Races an established thing and
next winter should see the
course cleared up, a stand erect
ed an I a realty ,e(| meet ar-
Lovers of Horse flesh, we
simply throw out the suggi stion,
M ike first application at time : it 1- up to you.
of planting, putting half oz. mi Caterers foi rojrisl patronage
stirring other half j Hotel Keepers, Boarding
louse Kee| e s, Lodging I louse
in suil imm di itel v around hoie
n I 1,1:: n Bhould be
made in I December or Januai)
ifl : planting. Lift the lower
leaves and appl /one 1) oz on
the groun 1.11- se up to the plant
stiri ing it into the soil as much
as possibl
Third application should be
made in April or May, using
same qu intitt, and applying in
same way.
Fourth application should be
made in October, using sami
quantity and appl, ng in sanv
way.
I here sh ml be no further
application until after the crop
is gathered.
As soon after 1 rop Ins Ik en
gathi r 'I as pracl ic ible.b igin
fertilizing again using the sai 1
qg mtity and same method but
making only three applications
in the yeai instead of four, the
last application each year
should ;> made in < October.
Stirring the fertilizers into
the soil immi diatelt an und 1
[101 taut. One of the most im
Kee| ei s, do you hear it. one
in ire atlra :tion to break the
monoton) for you:' guests.
Livery men. Cabmen and
0w1ie1s11fAut1.11 obi les li-ten,one
or two more big business days
I'oi your vehicles,
'I Iip Imperial drew n large
crowd last evening, when a liist
class show w is given. Synopses ol
I wo di lite Reels Im tonight fol-
low s. See in! vi.
"AT MAD MULE CANYON."
A two reel Western offering in
which the hero is su ted of
having u ied to steal a bag of
gold from his sweetheart's home.
lie is horsewipped by the girl's
farther and turned out of camp.
We then see the Indians on the
warpath, 111 the picture, and
Dick carries the warning to the
camp. The Settlers fight ofl the
Indians after surprising them
from an ambush.
A JOKE ON THE SHERIFF
The widow, Floss, is friendly
with th"* sheriff. Cl m le, .1 bed rag-
es angry and throws him in his cell
However, he lesves his keys hang-
ing conveniently in the lock
Meanwhile, the 1 low calls and
brings 1 he shet if) d< s. Claude
lets In ii-. .1 oul of thr cell in I
goes to the sheriff's office, I he
widow is attentive 10 him and the
slierilf gels angry. After she leaves
he orders lum out of jiil. Claude
go -, and |> isses the wi low's house,
She invites him in. He becomes
friendly with her and prop -
marriage. 'I he sheriff, then decid-
ing 10 visit her, stai is on Ins wav
He arrives jusl in time to see ihe
minister binding the knot and
le it es in chagrin.
mi ingredients in the ferti gled tr*mp, calls at her house and
11 / 1 N i t rogen
Ainmoi
n.1,
01
being t ilai ile, will evap 11
quickly il I le fertilizer is sun-
ply thrown on the surface of the"
soil and nut stirred into il
Ihe roots of the pineapple pi int
do not extend outward very far.
Fertilizers thrown on the soil
beyond the natural reach of the
ninis are wasted.
The Mail Steamer "Miami'*
arrived from Miami at 7 o'clock
tins morning with 53 passengers
and steamed for Miami this af-
ternoon.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
No. 31
1 March tgi \.
HIS Excellen :y the Jover-
nor din cts it to be notified
that owing to the conditions
winch prevail 111 the Republic
of Liberia, it is verj undesirable
thai labourers who are British
subjects, should be attracted to
service in that Country. Once in
that Country such lab mrers are
liable to be retained under the
provisions of the local Law.
and Emigration to Liberia is
accordingly*discouragt I.
By Command
W. HART-BNNETT
Colonial Secretary
M. P. 889/14,
IMPERIAL)
THEATRE
Saturday Mar. 7tl
V v Ri 1 Is Full of Excitemej
MAD MULE CANYON
INDIAN FIGHT
and
THE JOKE ON T
SHERIFF
., Reels
6dJ od. is.
E
I lie increased care and ex pity on him, after a few days anc
pense involi id in following out | gets friendly^with him. giving him
I redoing su jgesti ns will
asks I >r something to eat. She of-
leis him some in slily cooke I pie, if
he Will chop some wood, As sunn
as il t has gone, he takts the pies
ami runs BW IV, I lie ,\ 1 low let s
him and follows him with a shot-
gun. She catches hue mil m irehes
him to the sheriff's ofli e, where he
1- f nmnl!yarrested. He is sentenced
to thirty il its in [ail, and is the
jail's oniv inmate. The sheriff takes Lumber & Shingles.
be a 111 pi j rl paid in thejint reast d
yield and quality of the crop.
The large gathei ing of bo|h
native residents and winter
11 ii is at I lobby 11 }fM I lall
yesterday afternobn we may
tobacco, and other luxuries! lie
1I1- "en ih.ii Claude can play
pokt 1 anil ai.....res s game, Claude
1 11,11, -s the klierifl to loan him ,1
(loll,11 to make ih game Interest-
ing, Claude Wins all Ihe money the
sheriff had, lie makes the sheriff
buy him a new outfit and borrows
his shaving outfit. The sheriff wax.
(US I' reo ive 1 a 'argo fr|
l u kwnville pei scUoa
"Louise I'."
1 J, 1 j x 10 .mil 1 -, 30 ft. lent
and also any other si/es of lunj
req lifed.
Prices to suit et ei v body,
tytfloa Shingles in stot kj
per thousand and upw ard,
jlWCHAS.J. KM LY & III
1


ANNA E.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
"Au Bon Marc he Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dress Goods, in
Lustres,Serges, Ratines
white and Coloured Cor-
ding, Crepes, Crepons, Mar-
quisettes, Bengalines, Lands-!
dowries, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslins, Velvets,
Embroidered Batistes, Tus-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, Overall Embroi-
dery and Overall I.ace.
Laces and Insertions, Rib-
bons plain and fancy Latest
Style Belts Lace Collars,
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black, Pink,
Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's Whtte, Black,.Grey
Navy Blue, Alice Blue, Helio,
and Green Silk Socks with
Silk Ties to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Evening Scarves,
Beautiful Handbags
Handsome Japanese Goeds
Genuine Irish Linens of all
kinds.
R E A L
argains
AGAIN
BOOTS AND SHOES.
'I1.1.IAMS
THE SHOEMAN
Has just received h
forge consignment of
Roots and Shoes most
of which are
SAMPLE LOTS
'if i, a and 3 pairs ol n
brand and style in all sizes
which are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
j many instances the discount i-
not ICU than
:?o per cent on the
REGULAR PRICKS
V* 11 to day and convince your
|f that this is another lot of
jpse Exceptional Bargain*
lich is every now and then
offered at
WILLIAMS'
LESALE and RETAIL
B ESTABLISHMENT.
r 279, Hay-stieet,
FOUND.
FOUND adrift in harbour on
the morning of 28th February
An open Boat 10 Teet keel
Owner may have same by prov
ing property and paying ex-
penses.
Apply on board steam tender
"Auxiliar"
NO I ILK. ~
THE undersigned bee to inform
In* friends ,md patrons that
he h.'is removed his business from
Dil U. II. Sawyer andCo, where n hist
class grocery business u id he con.
acted. This lying central will
nahle all orders to he executed
promptly. Phone orders will re.
ceive prompt attention and de-
liver) cf goods made at once.
riie patronage of all is solicited.
Phone 28.
ED. SAUNDERS.
FOR SALE
YXTARDROBE, Bookcase, Ex-
> ? teiiMi in I..! |e, (>ak Sid'1-
board with Mirroi aitachment in
good condition, cheap for cash,
apply In I nbtine Office.
"St 'V N \TIONAL" (&
"II KAL"
H I) riACHINES
NEW HO KE." ffl "RUBY"
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CHAS. E, ALBURY.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
Gasoline
V* I \ NI) \fi I) Oil Cos Motor
v_5 spirits told in quantities n( 5
gallons and upward for one shilling
per gal Ion at Garage,
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
Drums may be hid with "drum
lots,'subject to return when empty
Reo the Fifth Cais void at
$ 1175, less 10 per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory!
Reo Cars also for Hire.
BlCVClM lenied for IPs. a week.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
\uto Grease a specially.
Can even sell you a very conve.
nient storage drum with faurit to
keep grtsolioe. Come and see
them.
Apply to
I. P. SIMM's.
47 Market street
Nassau N P.
Special Bargains
"CALL EARLY1'
ARMOURS "Best srtar"
HAMS
Selling at 20cents per lb
Boneless Ham at 30 cent per lb
bologna SailMge at 30 cent per lb
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
J. I.. SAUNDERS & Co
WE would ..iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we n m
have on .. ,nd an extensive Stock of II \V \\ \ CIGARS, Wa
guarantee our brand to be made of 1 he finest Havana ami Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These < igarsara manufacured on our premise by skilled workmen
and yrcaI pains are taken to produce an aitk le of superior qir-ility.
The sui cess we have met with in the past leads u :onl dently to expect
the patron igc of connoiseurs.
J. I SAUNDERS & Co.
Bav-Street,
NOTICE.
"T^HISist inform my Patrons
1 and the Pub ic in General
that I hive opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
teady to do anything in the line ol
General repair ni new work Horse
Shoeing Soecally, All work done
Mechanics 11\
( A. Nuyler,
______Bay Stii East f Wharf
R.F MEMBER!
No home WM.Or cn be com
plete without "Mu*te"
WE ate ( llet ing a line of I ligh
I Irs le Piai os, Player Pi-
anos, Piann O.gans, and Reed
Organs suitable for every home,
Come and se >ur laiest catalogue
and let US Send one of these l list ui-
inents diiect hi.m factory to your
home for 30 days trial. Absolutely
FREE for asking,Chuo*e for youi
self.Oui instrumei ts and terms are
the best in the \\, rid.
/III. Rl ING STAR
Dillei Street*
W. P, W. i~ Co,
W. A. MATHER
UNDER I'AKEH
DESIRES lo inform lus friends
and the Public that I e has
just received a complete outfit ol
facilities foi the buisn 'ss nl an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry nut Funei ils that
may be entrusted to Ins (arc with
ystem an 1 despatch ; and respei t
fully solicits theii patronage t i^t
my Pi ices first and pmve that they
are Ilia very lowest for the first class
work.
Shingles
Besl Mo 1 Heart 510. Cypress
Shingles al $9.60 per Ihou-
- tod of 211 bundles
Discounts on lots ol' over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5in. Cypress at $6,72 pei
thousand of 20 bundli s. Tins
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.

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