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Zhe tribune r Tueadav. March 10 1914 The House of Commons is now in the throes of the final stage of the struggle for self ^o\ eminent for Ireland,* and speculation is rife as to what will happen, In any case tinran]; and hie of the Home Rule partv.inay. jest assured that Mr. Asquith is quite capable of dealing with the situation, and whatever line of action he takes is sure to he wise and statesmanlike. What are we to flunk about the prospect ? We do not pretend to know anything more than any other readers of the paper*, I he Londan Liberal press is not quite at one. The "Chrbdicie" has always advocated the necessity of firm K an I loyally supporting the Irish ;• a tionalists, and paying no serious heed to the threats of civil war. Our contemporary sees no hope of a settlement in the speeches ol Sir Edward Carson and Cap. tain Craig, and considers that in a settlement by consent there can be no question of withdrawing the bill nor of the exclusion of Ulster. There is still among the Unionists a faint lingering hope that they may get back intooffice and kill the Parlia meht Act, and until they can be brought to realize how mistaken is that hope, nothing can be done. While this realisation is dawning upon them the Liberal Party can only m irch Steadily on. The masses of the British democracy do not take a tragic view of the Carsonite threats, any more than Mr. Redmcnd, and they seem to think that the House of Commons should show more ren' mem towards these tln--.it-. ol Civil War. |, : tbe"Daily X -ws and Lender." Mr. James Douglas, who knows as much about Belfast as anybody,,asks for a sp< cial treatment of Ulster. (n the Whole he takes a rather pessimistic view of the situa lion, and fears disaster if the present policy be pursued. The "Vi estmmstei I! ' h st i isl tn< e, be directed to the Ulster Protestant, but they will at the same tune l>e addressed to the democracy of this country, to the lush in our Dominions, to the Irish in the United S'ates and all over the world If thej are accepti I by the first tribunal and reject ed by the other, there can be but <>ae end Among other things the debate has brought out is that under no cin u n-t I ices wilt the Nitional majority in i Ireland submit to the re impo sit ion of tie1 r chains. Whatever Protestant Ulster has threaten %  ed|to do, they can do, an I, i) need %  be they will.' A one time prominent figure in the cominerci d life of this community was removed when on Sunday morning, 8th insl Mr Henry T. Rahminc pissed away after a short illness of one day consequent upon an attack of paralvsis which occurred early on Saturday morning. I Ls funeral took pi > "e on Mondiy morning, a sen ice was held at his home and the interment was made in the Western t )emeterj. b >tlt sei vices beinu performed by the Rev. C. 1 hidf'\ Lampen, Rector of Christ Christ \b Rahming was known by almost every body in the 1$ ilia mas, especially in the days ol wrecking when his business bouse did an extensive business in the agency for distressed and wrecked vessels and for Salvors, as also a Gem ral Commission business. He was born at Clarence Town. I i ng Island on the 14th May 1837, and came to Nassau in 185a where he has lived ever since. 1 I id from business in i8c,5 I le was a member of the I louse of Ass %  mbly representing Long Island, and the Eastern District, for 20 years, until 1901. I le served on the 1> >ard of Pilotage 1 >r a number of years. Mr. Rahming was of a genial dispositio 1, with a pleasant word for every one, and his presenc %  will be greatly missed The Tribun •" tenders its sympathy to the bei ave family. II. T.R. B iro l-> ;. Died IUI4 A WUI.A : 1 tOM rHE SPONGE I X HANGt. We shall miss 11: %  11 in the morning W e we : a r <>n the mai t, Miss his spicy w rdso *arntnc; \Ii-.s Ilia i| laii eo eutiic art, Mis, the paitei 11 ilcnim Ahe tail %  I % %  the 11 ,\ he pa led among the b And delivered u mI • % %  W ih ill miss In: 1 in the iiwrnini' Kre tn11 lei tn deel tfed, Miss his |ilnl *ipl 11" K 'ining Miss the mirth in which we shared, When he 1 is-jd I lojlsto laughter, By the s 'It.-il I itha il yore, \ 1 I 1 at 10 1 witii his f• 1 Iwium Ami deli*< led u his lore u ill miss hi 1 in tli %  • 1 >i 1; 1 %  M hishie 11 HI I 1 1 ed I tee, \| the 'Change %  aw ning 1 1 the m irkei 1 lai % %  M %  \ erst a ml me' Mis. thai latt '•' "ii the floor, I Mi — in1 -ill 1 aichatc manner A, he rlelivere JI Ins I lie. The North German Lloyd Twin screw ( ruismg Steamer ''Grosser Ku fuerst" arrived this morning from San Juan, Porto Rico with 1 hage party on board, 34 of whom stopped over here, and steamed for Mew Yoik at six o 1 lock this evening. The Ward Line Steam* 1 "Sai it ga" arrive I I us norn. ing ofl t he port from \t-w 1 irk and afrer Iran ferring tl"' following passe ig*ts to the I eud'-r \11\1har" proceeded to I la •' 1 n;i with 119 in Iran it Misses C. Baylies, M. Mason, and M. Wilkinson; Melames VI, I.. Law rein e, C. M Noble, C II. Stover, Ii, N.To Id.W, F. Williams, an I A.'L. Williams; Mr and Mrs R. (> Cartes, Mr and Mis C. II. Dodge, Mr and Mrs 1. W Russell, Mr and M.s W. B. Rockwell; Messrs A. Binney, II. H. Dawson.L. Ham,— Hornfeck, A |o mson, F.J\ Lee, T. F. Lee, C. Moller.-eeL Mc Means, II. D.SIuppard, L. 15. Sheppard, L. ^mi;h, I). J. Walch, and S. Williamson; Col S. D. Dickinson; Doctors B. C. [ohnson and I. Snow; Master L. Todd. (j_5) The Mail Stea tier "Miami" arrived this morning from Mia mi with the foil wing passen gers.— Missis M. M. \ \,,nder. M. Uil.lem, Doris Iverstreet, J. Dull, and F. I !" %  ler; vlesdames J. (i. Logan, I). I. Thrasher, K. M. Overstreet, A A. Broadbent, an btinn; Mr and M 1 Mr and Mrs Di Mr and Mrs A. and Mrs E. Morg u, Mr and Mrs iE. W. Ferrcn, Mi and vlrs M. H. %  B ia.len. Mr an I Mrs C. W. Weatherbee, Mr ind Mrs K 1). : Lefevis, Mr and Irs C. II. Vail llise; Messrs H. Mo ris. R A. Mmris, J. F. R hard, E. (1. Uihlem, 11. S. „' HUT John C. Obergast, W. E iraj Casper Dull, Daniel Du'l d. McQueen, I. Payne, John S Hunt, Oliver I Mitchell, S. M. Woodruff, and Ch n les Si hwaitj (it 1 Mesdames Ma leline Demernt. Kb/a Rahmii g, Olive Smith and two 1 hildn 1, and Sjbd sniitli; Messrs (. unl Ramsey, G. Huffier, F. A. C Katten, II F. Baker, 1 el Whitnev, I. Welch, Mr A lam Rutherford, l< >bt Burrows, Win L. Tin impsi in, Jos. Wilkins, Adolphi us Rolle. Jeremiah Rolle, 11 .tin! M key, Samuel Jones, Jim s Rolle, Gustavus Rolle, (ielev Johnson Win Borrows Edw in Burrows, Lincoln Add 1 Ii y Whitfield Burro vs.l* c 1' r 1, Win Moss, Samuel Vi m John I lun' ter, I.lias I luntei J >s ph Clai k, Duncan I'ticker, Vlfiera Carrol, B Iward Micnis, Louis Morti\ inrr. John M irtimer, Prince A. 1 ergnrson, Thomas Cartwright, Geo Mcfee. Job 1 W Ramsey, Iohn Johnson, Kit In iniugs(39l The Mail Steii it "Miami'' -'" imed for Miaui this aftei IIOOII. Following are the syno|>sej of two of the Re-Is I I be |.resen ted tins evening PAYING FOR SILBNCK Patten, an infl 1 >nti il newspa per owner, is s nitten with Tira, a frivolous g HI r brothei Ted is a tease an I tells her she will die an old in nd. She bets him sue can make Patten pro'pose. Patten proposes, but over



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hears Tira claim the bet. He scorns T d add throws the ring out of tin \vi"dow. The incident affects 1 ra, as the sees a pood chance j > by Later Ted is in. v >lved in a card scandal and Patten isabcut tl tin baby June. In the bin's mind VM Hitliii, MI ins ii.'trt WHS war I.on he thwutflit, and |IMII his retoluti'tu wan Formed Caking Hie t• %  T ii rallied ..ll hit weak strength, i, %  'it her e ii|il-.vr-i's *xpil •>'-, mi I Hiliy Jinn won a lib--lime, form I. I Ion I louse of Asseuililv, 1 lairs lay. M irch 5. continued Mr. L. \V. Young from the' Select Co nmittees 111 on the petition f r an additional (dock' allowanc • for S, Matt he 1 • church, reported recommending I that an additional allowance of £ 1 bi granted and that tlie Same be inserted in the Appro* prat ion \ct.|(2l on* the petition for a boat landing at Fowler St. reported recommending thai £\o \) been app< -m ted and that six only had reported Mr. Sands seconded by Mr. Gamblitl moved the Second reading of A Bill to grant a personal allowance to Idiom is Evan Duggan Bra \b. Sands HI moving the second reading eulogised the (over 31 years) services of Mr. I '.MI and s.iid that he was efli cieiit and was f uniliar u ith the work and knew the ins ami outs of th" office and his servi es ought to he i'ec >rnized he said that s ime of the members might be interested to know that some years ago th" p rvonal allowan1 es in the service amounted to several hundreds of pounds and that now it was only £ 3 \i. Mr. Albury sp >ke adversely to personal allo v in< es generally, he COuld HOI see how the gOVernmeni could re< comend a j >%  t sonal allowam e, when in Ins message to the House the LiO\ ernor h id saw! th.it the nffi -e was not worth more '.ban | J > '. if that he so iiien Mr. Brace was ah" KK getting what llie ofli < %  Was W .1 III lull he tlmUglll tills ;m In \ 1 if |Krl 1OU.11 allow 01 e to\|r. Hi 1 • A I111 is unfair to hi 01 it meant that .vle-re he had got I" nmsi stav, it was a p-uio lb ii was bi'K'king the public sei vice and keeping back aspiring young men already 111 B*rvj e, and tends to keep good men out of the service, il Mr. Brace is efficient and able& I believe he is. promote him. 1 le moved that the Bill be read this day six months. .Mr. L. W. Young said he C >uld not go SO far as the previous speaker and throw the bill I out altogether, he wished the i desired object could be obtained [some other way, a personal allowance is unfair to \lr. Brace he ought to be promoted. Mr. Gambljn thought that there would be no need for explanation, the Chief Clerk should* be acquainted with the papers and routine of the department, it is • important to have a man who could he relied upon, it is essential to have an officer who is efficient. Mr. Albury said, After listening to Mr. Gainblm am sorry lor Mr. Brace, il is evident that be is to stay there, where he is, to the end, the Governments recognition is to keep an efficient man in one place. \\V have the same thing in the Treasury. )n the amendment being put it > -h lost and the bill was read .1 second time and referred to a Committee of the w hole ; on mot ion of Mr. Sands seconded by Mr. Gamblin, and after one amendment was passe.!. Mr. Sands seconded by Mr. (iamblin moved the Se :on I reading of A Bill to grant a pi rsonal allowance to John J unes Culmei. Mi. Sands said that Dr. Culmei was a verj able 1 ifficial who had a Ule.it ,| i| ,,f w,i; I; an | was prevented from having private practice. Mr. Albury moved that the Bill be read this day six months I %  • s iid that the Bill was llie outcome of trie Medical Bill. Dr. Cutmer was appointed 011 a salary of £300 a year, sine • then a change has been made .\ffkers end. The question was is 1 he office worth it. Mr. K V. Solomon spoke \". l.i\ nil ill the bill evi I %  I %  f el-, he s M I |h lt I ) ., ., 1" i ; 1 I-I 1 ta • ado \' in• I InWill giM I!. \s ,,'i %  ..| Hi %  Co n ni--: 1 if the 11 Ipita I it is my duty to sujip irl it. O.I being put lite amend nient was lost. < ).i Motion of Mr. Sandsec onded by Mr. Gamblin the Bill was referred to a Committee of the Whole and passed without amendment. THE BEST PINEAPPE LAND l.\ I 111. BAHAMAS; 11 \ii in-, r BAY, EtEUTHBRA. JOHN BUTLER WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. A T The Sponge Exchange on the 1st day of June new at mid-day that well known tract of land situate al Hatchet Day on the Island of Eleuthera and reputed to be the best pineapple land in the Colony. Tins tract forms par; of the Estate of the late C. Tyldesley Sandsand lias not been cultivated for some years. Sold free of all incumbrances. derm1 of purchase price on deposit aftei auction sale and balance -,n delivery of titles IMPERIAL THEATRE EVERY NIGH I \ I" 8 O'CLO 'K Tuesday Mar. 10th BABY FINGErtS WHY AUNT I NNK NEVER MARUIED PAYING K( )\< SILENCE ., REELS (nl. iid. is. fader llie Oistinguished Po.lrona 10 of rheir t-Kcellenciei th G ivs'Aor and Ms. ltJdon Sin.th. WILL BE PaESESTEI) AT THE KOV \l. VICTORI \ HOTEL ON TUESDAY \ND VVEDNESDAY March in and II A COMEDY 1^ THREE ACTS ENTITLED "Our American C ousin r\HI.U THK M \S VGKMENT I 1 IF R B SHEPHERD ESQ TnoCa.Sc inclu tes a long Ii *t of ovirwell kniwn ATiaieu.'s. SE U'< 1 >N SALE \ I .1 SI'.LEY > !' 11; 1 %  1 I\' 1 ~ s ,11 8:4.5 Svdiu . \ > %  %  tlieiuenl


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THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the WOLF is proverbial. Practically no energy is required where SUNLIGHT SOAP is employed. ScNLIGHT SOAP is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of mankind ; SUNLIGHT SOAP is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the housewife, and is made for her profit. To the housewife it means less labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and money saved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does away with needless rubbing and scrubbing, and so preserves the clothes. GIVE IT A TRIAL. BY RADIO March toth 1914, St. I.ouis, Q. I he tievpn Story building of the Missouri Athletic Club was destroyed Jby fire tinmorning. Many men of prom men e in t tic business and .itliletic vvoiM ate missing. I' is estimated thai thirty are dead. Many wereinjuted in jumping from windows. New York, 9. — Cornelius Vanderbtlt, oldest son at HIP late Cornelius Vanderbilt inherits Vander* bill mansion on J5H1 Avenu>\ III.* btiil'lin? which is now occupied by llenrv C. Prick, cost f 1.600.000. Vancouver, 9, -The Canadian pHriff t uner Kmpreas of Asia arrivedtoday w tli -, o o.coiChinese ^pu !" ,).!,,,,^ u>places in the Unite I Mi.'e-. Rome Following ;i conflict b"lie 11 pdue and strikers today troops were ordered ul and charg. ed tlie mob >>f over n 10 000 many of whom were wounded. Athens, 9.—According to advices received here from Kontsa tie in* habitants if th" town rebelled an I drove out the Albanian authorities afterwards proclaiming an autonomous government. London, g —Premier Asquith in moving the second re..ding of I lie home rule bill announced in the house nl commons today that counties in Ireland, m i\, by popular Vole refuse to tome under I lie Irish government for six yearsaftei winch tone Hituther voie will have to be la ben, Hon-ir Law, lei.l-i of the UnioniMs declared thai the premiers piopos,.l which ia compromise, i entirely unacceptable, Washington, g.—President Wilson let it be known today that the Texas authorities must assume responsibility for Saturdays "Raid" into Mexican territory when armed I'exaus are said lo hive recovered the bo. \ ol Clement Vagara the Imet ican ranchm in who was %  nurderi d by fe %  %  r,. 1 M \icana. However R dispntch < %  ceived ficn \ustin I'exas iw tins aftei no. 1 1 s iys ill it (ioveriior Colquit t Ins been informed tii.t Vagara's bod) was taken Iroin the grave in the hidalgo cemetery and broutfh across tillbunl'i by federals, I li j preside.it is a wailing reports from official sources, London, 9.—Small fineswlihop. lion of serving terms in prison were imposed today on ten of the rmht int suffragettes arresied ye. terday foi causing a disteibance in I n f.ilgai Squa e. Lumber & Shingles. ( USr received R 'larg 1 from Jacksonville per bchoonei "Louise I ." 1.}, 1 \ \ 10and 1 -', 30 ft. lengths and als 1 any oilier %  >!/<•..I lumbei reqii ired. Trices lo suit every body, .•31.f1>.> Shingle* in stride. 24s per Hums and and upward. wCH \-\ I KELLY & BRO. J. C. COAKLEVS PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2.1. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of Its excellent quality. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. W li would iform all who appreciate a Ci od -moke that we now have on land an extensive Slock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra W FI 1 1 ers, anil Havana Killers throughout. 1 1 %  Cigars are manufactured on nur premises by skilled workmen and Lre .1 pains are taken to produce an article ol superior quality. I'll • success we have met with in the past leads ys onlidently to expect the pa' ion ig< ol c loiseurs. J. L. S iLNDERS A Co. Ma\ Street. W. A. v, A I'HER UNDER I \KIR D K-IKl.s in inf >r n his friends mil the Public thai I e h is jiM r-'i pjve complete outfit f : facilities f"i the buisn 'ss ol an un| dei taker, w Licit plares Inrn in a %  p.no 1 ion to carry out Fun< rals that may !"• entiusted lo Ins care with sj stem .111 i despatch ; and res iei 1 fully solicits theii pitronage Gel mv l'i ices fir- aid prove tli it thpv are the very lowest lor the first cl >as : work. Shing-les Host No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress Shingles al $ ).6o per thousand ol 20 bundles 1 liscounts wl houi "Music" \ 17 I. e nfiermg a low .,f I VV Grade Pianos, Player I an.>s, piHiio ') gans, and Reed Organ*suitable la every home. Come I I se nur laiesi eat 1 ogua anil let us send on-111 th. s" IIIMIUincuts d: 1 cl fi.111 factim to your ho.ne for jo days trial, Absolutely FREE f" aakiug.Choose for youi self.Diii 1 isti cnei.ts and terms are the llest in th. World. /'Ill' RISING STAR Ihll.t Sireel VV. P. VV. & Co. 1 uii •FUSSEU'S CONDfNSfO MILK '"'tPARtD BV FuSSELLfirCSl'%  \


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I CO 0 3D 0) %  eM £ el 0) Nvillivis AJ.IK ins |urare in verb* mo>gltrl. Being bound to iwtar to the Dogma.! *f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. March 10. 1914 No. 74 LEON E H 1H I ("II r I IT' H A I'lMipg .1 Nassau N. P.. I %H .MA-. | ". 11. %  i. PUBLISHED IMtU Monday, Vednaada) ami Friday— tinglecopy ... .. ... j' Tuesday, rhuidaj and Saturdaytingle cop) •• ••• id .Vei-kl. ^ jd Monthlv II 4'' Quarterly ••• 4* HalfYrailv Yeanv "'PAYABLE IN IDVANCE. A Ivertining Ratei Sii pent • %  pei lii e fc>r first insertion : tlure pence |ei In e for tecood inter! end one penm i %  i 11, i f ,i tub* quent insertions Advertisementi under eight lines 41. Mar. 10th 1914. K' mp Bay Andros. The Editoi ol tin' Tiibuno ti ai Sic. 'I he humourous letter of "Travellers" in their journey to Mars only teaches us thai thers are many points in our Colony which are unnoticed and (fives sufficient re isons why so mi i y ol our people have g< me ;|1 d art=till going to Florida and otlin fields and pastures new. It is alright for to stay in Nassau and sav "back lo the land' without beingai quaiuted with the incHiveniences which many ol nui Out Islan Is suffer. At many points hundreds of < hildreu arc growing up in igno ranee and superstition from lack of Scho ils. Hundreds of people die from l.i' l< of Medical CJ*re. It is with pain and agony one lias to travel over the roads in some of (he most fertile islands especially the one through u hich ''travellers" m ide their journey to M uI Ins land although 1 lie largest and richi si is the iin'si neglected. M ire money is spent mi dfuncl is lands sin h as 11 arbour Island nn.l ')tln-,s whose re< eiiue d >es n.it compare ith that of An dros. Nn doubt it'may be the fulfilrrtf.il "I' the scriptures "To 'iiim that bath more shall be given" etc Only some of our spongers are remaining whose religious medical and maij service-, arc neglected and should there be no encouragement offered them thev will soon be migrating, in fact which many are already so doing threatening in the near future collapse of the Colon). Many ladies have to be saddled 'in the backs of laborers after leaving vessels in these out islands to be freighted ashore from one hundred to three hundred feet in rough weather on Bi Hint of there being no Unding places. I ime Mr. Editor will not permit me to mention many of the utm *st necessities (fur )ut Muii 1 friends are clepi ived of but trust more thought u ill be taken of the inconveniences winch these people have to undergo. We i an only do so bj becoming acquainted with them and not consider t hem as living m far distant wo;. 1 Yours, CITIZEN. CAiSLKGRAMS, March 71I1 1 q 14, i." id n, 4 — 11. G01 (Inn Self. 11 %  l_ %  %  h is bouglu i"i nvei ;? 1..'5 >. big drapeis establishment, ndj an itig hit> more in Oxford Street, and proposes to lien Sel fridge*, lot" runol llie I.IrUPtl Isl-iild Sill's occupied by a stogie firm in the world, l."iid"ii. s. — llie Daily I'Jeivs well informed Parliamentary correspondent .urn >uncesih-ii ili-caln net has derided whai should he Hie compromise uffeie.i |)v Premier A > < 1 u 1111 in the li mi>-f common* ii' \i Mi aid iy for ihe M-ttlemeut ol He' |imli <| 11' 11011 by consent. I l.iwill lie, the correspondent s i\s. 111 it .iny country of Ireland which make* a demand iftei the n i~. iie •! 11," li 1 n 1 II 1 .act and befuie ih' Irish parliament i MI IImoned shall have a right in take a vote ol the electorate within the county, ami if the majority favour exclusion from the act that county shall he excluded for a term o| yais, probably three. London,5.—The Daily Chronicle whirl) enj lys, in a large measure, the conlidenceof the Liberal government, declares today that, despite BSsertioijs lo the contrary, the government has no intention of dissolving during the present year, and that the ministers anticipate finishing out their full term. Tiie government, according lo the Chronicle, will introduce the Irish home uile, the Welsh disestablish ineut ai d the plural voting bill. London, 5.—Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty, win was a guest nt the Royal Aero Club dinner I on i gilt, referred to the proposed trans Atlantic flicht. "We a>e talking as hopefully-m >re hopefully*—<>f flying ill*Atlantic >s people t ilked four years ago of flying the Channel'' he said "I am bound to say I think the attempt to fly Hie Atlantic is, under the present circumstances, premature and an undue element ol risk appears to .he attached to anv such enterprise". London, 5.— My a substantial majirity th^ house of commons 1 might pul on record its .lsi>e ihit the government re.con-id-r itrefusal to participate official v in the Panama Pacific I xposiii m and t" agree to participate in it. London, 5, —Sylvia I'mldiui-t, addressing a meeimn tonight JU side the house in winch she is en. trenched against Hie police, nil she intended to be prei 'M in Tr • ftilgai Squaie next Sunday, not to preach peace, but 10 advise tin people to do as much damage .is possible, Wellington, 5.—President Wi'son and Secretary Itryan were pleas ed tonight to learn of Hi p \ Gieai Britain in the I'.ni 1 in 1 • I'.ril c Iwhihi ion \o co ninenl was made, but it i> known thill ihe aliiiuus >a ion has never lost hope I hat linglan 1 w< il'G pi 1'. icipste, Philadelphia, 5, -1 he Duke of M inches'er, ho is an enthusiasti' f 'llowci of coin! tennis. pl.iM G iwn scis |u> 1' \ ,.sci(! iv willl Waller Hallalian, Ihe visitor was somewhat hand.appd b hi< unfamiliarity with ihe courts and /ost both sets (,.^. %


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Nvillivis aJ.Ik ins |urare in verb* mo>gltrl.
Being bound to iwtar to the Dogma.! *f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. March 10. 1914
No. 74
LEON E H 1H I ("II
r I IT' H A .
I'lMipg .1
Nassau N. P.. I %h .ma-.
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PUBLISHED IMtU
Monday, Vednaada) ami Friday
tinglecopy ... .. ... j'
Tuesday, rhuidaj and Saturday-
tingle cop) id
.Vei-kl. .......^jd
Monthlv ......II 4''
Quarterly 4*
HalfYrailv
Yeanv "'-
PAYABLE IN IDVANCE.
A Ivertining Ratei Sii pent pei lii e
fc>r first insertion : tlure pence |ei In e
for tecood inter!...... end one penm i i
11, i f ,i tub* quent insertions
Advertisementi under eight lines 41.
Mar. 10th 1914.
K' mp Bay Andros.
The Editoi ol tin' Tiibuno
! ti ai Sic.
'I he humourous letter of
"Travellers" in their journey to
Mars only teaches us thai thers
are many points in our Colony
which are unnoticed and (fives
sufficient re isons why so mi i y
ol our people have g< me ;|1 d
art- =till going to Florida and
otlin fields and pastures new.
It is alright for...... to stay in
Nassau and sav "back lo the
land' without beingai quaiuted
with the incHiveniences which
many ol nui Out Islan Is suffer.
At many points hundreds of
< hildreu arc growing up in igno
ranee and superstition from lack
of Scho ils. Hundreds of people
die from l.i' l< of Medical CJ*re.
It is with pain and agony one
lias to travel over the roads in
some of (he most fertile islands
especially the one through
u hich ''travellers" m ide their
journey to M u- I Ins land al-
though 1 lie largest and richi si
is the iin'si neglected. M ire
money is spent mi dfuncl is
lands sin h as 11 arbour Island
nn.l ')tln-,s whose re< eiiue d >es
n.it compare ith that of An
dros. Nn doubt it'may be the
fulfilrrtf.il "I' the scriptures "To
'iiim that bath more shall be
given" etc Only some of our
spongers are remaining whose
religious medical and maij ser-
vice-, arc neglected and should
there be no encouragement of-
fered them thev will soon be
migrating, in fact which many
are already so doing threatening
in the near future collapse of
the Colon).
Many ladies have to be sad-
dled 'in the backs of laborers
after leaving vessels in these
out islands to be freighted ashore
from one hundred to three hun-
dred feet in rough weather on
Bi Hint of there being no Und-
ing places. I ime Mr. Editor
will not permit me to mention
many of the utm *st necessities
(fur )ut Muii 1 friends are cle-
pi ived of but trust more thought
u ill be taken of the incon-
veniences winch these people
have to undergo. We i an only
do so bj becoming acquainted
with them and not consider
t hem as living m far distant
wo;. 1
Yours,
CITIZEN.
CAiSLKGRAMS,
March 71I1 1 q 14,
i." id n, 4 11. G01 (Inn Self.
11 l_ h is bouglu i"i nvei ;? 1..'5 >.-

big drapeis establishment, ndj an
itig hit> more in Oxford Street, and
proposes to lien Sel fridge*, lot"
run- ol llie I.IrUPtl Isl-iild Sill's oc-
cupied by a stogie firm in the
world,
l."iid"ii. s. llie Daily I'Jeivs
well informed Parliamentary cor-
respondent .urn >uncesih-ii ili-caln
net has derided whai should he
Hie compromise uffeie.i |)v Premier
A > < 1 u 1111 in the li mi- >-f common*
ii' \i Mi aid iy for ihe M-ttlemeut
ol He' |imli <| 11' 11011 by consent.
I l.i- will lie, the correspondent
s i\s. 111 it .iny country of Ireland
which make* a demand iftei the
n i~. iie ! 11," li 1 n 1 ii1.- act and
befuie ih' Irish parliament i mi ii-
moned shall have a right in take
a vote ol the electorate within
the county, ami if the majority
favour exclusion from the act that
county shall he excluded for a term
o| yais, probably three.
London,5.The Daily Chronicle
whirl) enj lys, in a large measure,
the conlidenceof the Liberal gov-
ernment, declares today that, des-
pite BSsertioijs lo the contrary, the
government has no intention of
dissolving during the present year,
and that the ministers anticipate
finishing out their full term. Tiie
government, according lo the
Chronicle, will introduce the Irish
home uile, the Welsh disestablish
ineut ai d the plural voting bill.
London, 5.Winston Churchill
First Lord of the Admiralty, win
was a guest nt the Royal Aero
Club dinner I on i gilt, referred to
the proposed trans Atlantic flicht.
"We a>e talking as hopefully-m >re
hopefully*<>f flying ill*- Atlantic
>s people t ilked four years ago of
flying the Channel'' he said
"I am bound to say I think the
attempt to fly Hie Atlantic is,
under the present circumstances,
premature and an undue element
ol risk appears to .he attached to
anv such enterprise".
London, 5. My a substantial
majirity th^ house of commons
1 might pul on record its .lsi>e
ihit the government re.con-id-r
it- refusal to participate official v
in the Panama Pacific I xposiii m
and t" agree to participate in it.
London, 5, Sylvia I'mldiui-t,
addressing a meeimn tonight ju -
side the house in winch she is en.
trenched against Hie police, nil
she intended to be prei 'M in Tr -
ftilgai Squaie next Sunday, not to
preach peace, but 10 advise tin
people to do as much damage .is
possible,
Wellington, 5.President Wi'-
son and Secretary Itryan were pleas
ed tonight to learn of Hi p ol paiticipatinn !>\ Gieai Britain
in the I'.ni 1 in 1 I'.ril c Iwhihi ion
\o co ninenl was made, but it i>
known thill ihe aliiiuus >a ion has
never lost hope I hat linglan 1 w< il'G
pi 1'. icipste,
Philadelphia, 5, -1 he Duke of
M inches'er, ho is an enthusiasti'
f 'llowci of coin! tennis. pl.iM G
iwn scis |u> 1' \ ,.sci(! iv willl Wal-
ler Hallalian, Ihe visitor was
somewhat hand.appd b hi<
unfamiliarity with ihe courts and
/ost both sets (,.^. %


Zhe tribune
r
Tueadav. March 10 1914
The House of Commons is
now in the throes of the final
stage of the struggle for self
^o\ eminent for Ireland,* and
speculation is rife as to what
will happen, In any case tin-
ran]; and hie of the Home Rule
partv.inay. jest assured that Mr.
Asquith is quite capable of deal-
ing with the situation, and
whatever line of action he takes
is sure to he wise and states-
manlike. What are we to flunk
about the prospect ? We do not
pretend to know anything more
than any other readers of the
paper*, I he Londan Liberal
press is not quite at one. The
"Chrbdicie" has always advo-
cated the necessity of firm K an I
loyally supporting the Irish ; a
tionalists, and paying no serious
heed to the threats of civil war.
Our contemporary sees no hope
of a settlement in the speeches
ol Sir Edward Carson and Cap.
tain Craig, and considers that
in a settlement by consent there
can be no question of withdraw-
ing the bill nor of the exclusion
of Ulster. There is still among
the Unionists a faint lingering
hope that they may get back
intooffice and kill the Parlia
meht Act, and until they can
be brought to realize how mis-
taken is that hope, nothing can
be done. While this realisation
is dawning upon them the
Liberal Party can only m irch
Steadily on. The masses of the
British democracy do not take
a tragic view of the Carsonite
threats, any more than Mr.
Redmcnd, and they seem to
think that the House of Com-
mons should show more re- n'
mem towards these tln--.it-. ol
Civil War. |,: tbe"Daily X -ws
and Lender." Mr. James Dou-
glas, who knows as much about
Belfast as anybody,,asks for a
sp< cial treatment of Ulster. (n
the Whole he takes a rather
pessimistic view of the situa
lion, and fears disaster if the
present policy be pursued. The
"Vi estmmstei I! hopeful: It refefs tn tin- "sub-
stantial approach" made bj Sii
lid .wild Carson, and it thinks
thai the declarations m favour
ol fi deration bv Lord Laos
downe .uu\ Mr. Bonar Law, lift
the whole controversy into an
altogether different atmosphere
from that which obtained when
Home Rule for Ireland was
strenuously objected to no the
grounds that it might disaffect
other parts of the Kingdom.
The "Westminster" go so far as
to suggest that the Government
will be in a position so to draw
up the concessions they have
promised, as to make them a
definite pledge to proceed with
Nome Rule. They would mark
the special conditions for
Ulster as provisional arrange-
ments till the whole is
completed. "That is what logi
cally follows from the demands
of the Opposition I.eaders, and
it is wholly in keeping with the
declaration of the Government
itself. By this means we shall
eventually get to the one time
solutionof the Ulster difficulty,
and no man of sense could dream
of living to civil war about the
provisional arrangements" The
"British Weekly" verv ably
sums up the whole situation. It
| says. "For ourselves, we venture
i on no predictions. The conces-
sions promised by the Govern-
ment wdl, in th>' h st i isl tn< e,
be directed to the Ulster Protes-
tant, but they will at the same
tune l>e addressed to the demo-
cracy of this country, to the lush
in our Dominions, to the Irish in
the United S'ates and all over
the world If thej are accepti I
by the first tribunal and reject
ed by the other, there can be but
<>ae end Among other things
the debate has brought out is
that under no cin u n-t I ices
wilt the Nitional majority in
i Ireland submit to the re impo
sit ion of tie-1 r chains. Whatever
Protestant Ulster has threaten
ed|to do, they can do, an I, i) need
be they will.'
A one time prominent figure
in the cominerci d life of this
community was removed when
on Sunday morning, 8th insl
Mr Henry T. Rahminc pissed
away after a short illness of one
day consequent upon an attack
of paralvsis which occurred
early on Saturday morning.
I Ls funeral took pi > "e on
Mondiy morning, a sen ice was
held at his home and the inter-
ment was made in the Western
t )emeterj. b >tlt sei vices beinu
performed by the Rev. C. 1 hid-
f'\ Lampen, Rector of Christ
Christ
\b Rahming was known by
almost every body in the 1$ ilia
mas, especially in the days ol
wrecking when his business
! bouse did an extensive business
in the agency for distressed and
wrecked vessels and for Salvors,
as also a Gem ral Commission
business.
He was born at Clarence
Town. I i ng Island on the 14th
May 1837, and came to Nassau
in 185a where he has lived ever
since.
1 I id from business in
i8c,5
I le was a member of the
I louse of Ass mbly representing
Long Island, and the Eastern
District, for 20 years, until 1901.
I le served on the 1> >ard of
Pilotage 1 >r a number of years.
Mr. Rahming was of a genial
dispositio 1, with a pleasant
word for every one, and his pre-
senc will be greatly missed
" The Tribun " tenders its
sympathy to the bei ave !
family.
II. T.R.
B iro l-> ;. Died IUI4
A WUI.A : 1 tOM rHE SPONGE
I X HANGt.
We shall miss 11: 11 in the morning
W e we : a r <>n the mai t,
Miss his spicy w rdso *arntnc;
\Ii-.s Ilia i| laii eo eutiic art,
Mis, the paitei 11 ilcnim
A- he tail " I ' the 11
,\ he pa led among the b
And delivered u m- I
W ih ill miss In: 1 in the iiwrnini'
Kre tn- 11 lei tn deel tfed,
Miss his |ilnl *ipl 11" k 'ining
Miss the mirth in which we shared,
When he 1 is-jd I lojlsto laughter,
By the s'It.-il I itha il yore,
\ 1 I 1 at 10 1 witii his f 1 Iwium
Ami deli*< led u his lore
u ill miss hi 1 in tli 1 >i 1; 1 .
M hi- shie 11 hi I 1 1 ed I tee,
\| the 'Change aw ning
11 the m irkei 1 lai
M \ erst a ml me'
Mis. thai latt '' "ii the floor,
I Mi in-1 -ill 1 aichatc manner
A, he rlelivere ji Ins I lie.
The North German Lloyd
Twin screw ('ruismg Steamer
''Grosser Ku fuerst" arrived this
morning from San Juan, Porto
Rico with 1 hage party on
board, 34 of whom stopped
over here, and steamed for Mew
Yoik at six o 1 lock this evening.
The Ward Line Steam* 1
"Sai it ga" arrive I I us norn.
ing ofl t he port from \t-w 1 irk
and afrer Iran.ferring tl"' fol-
lowing passe ig*ts to the I eud'-r
" \11\1har" proceeded to I la ' 1
. n;i with 119 in Iran it
Misses C. Baylies, M. Mason,
and M. Wilkinson; Me- lames
VI, I.. Law rein e, C. M Noble,
C II. Stover, Ii, N.To Id.W, F.
Williams, an I A.'L. Williams;
Mr and Mrs R. (> Cartes, Mr
and Mis C. II. Dodge, Mr and
Mrs 1. W Russell, Mr and M.s
W. B. Rockwell; Messrs A. Bin-
ney, II. H. Dawson.L. Ham,
Hornfeck, A |o mson, F.J\ Lee,
T. F. Lee, C. Moller.-eeL Mc
Means, II. D.SIuppard, L. 15.
Sheppard, L. ^mi;h, I). J.
Walch, and S. Williamson; Col
S. D. Dickinson; Doctors B. C.
[ohnson and I. Snow; Master L.
Todd. (j_5)
The Mail Stea tier "Miami"
arrived this morning from Mia
mi with the foil wing passen
gers.
Missis M. M. \ \,,nder. M.
Uil.lem, Doris Iverstreet, J.
Dull, and F. I !" ler; vlesdames
J. (i. Logan, I). I. Thrasher, K.
M. Overstreet, A
A. Broadbent, an
btinn; Mr and M
1 Mr and Mrs Di
Mr and Mrs A.
and Mrs E. Morg u, Mr and Mrs
iE. W. Ferrcn, Mi and vlrs M. H.
Bia.len. Mr an I Mrs C. W.
Weatherbee, Mr ind Mrs K 1).
: Lefevis, Mr and Irs C. II. Vail
llise; Messrs H. Mo ris. R A.
Mmris, J. F. R hard, E. (1.
Uihlem, 11. S. ' hut John C.
Obergast, W. E iraj Casper
Dull, Daniel Du'l d. McQueen,
I. Payne, John S Hunt, Oliver
I Mitchell, S. M. Woodruff, and
Ch n les Si hwaitj (it 1
Mesdames Ma leline Demer-
nt. Kb/a Rahmii g, Olive Smith
and two 1 hildn 1, and Sjbd
sniitli; Messrs (. unl Ramsey,
G. Huffier, F.
A. C Katten,
- II F. Baker,
1 el Whitnev,
I. Welch, Mr
A lam Rutherford, l< >bt Bur-
rows, Win L. Tin impsi in, Jos.
Wilkins, Adolphi us Rolle. Jere-
miah Rolle, 11 .tin! M key,
Samuel Jones, Jim s Rolle,
Gustavus Rolle, (ielev John-
son Win Borrows Edw in Bur-
rows, Lincoln Add 1 Ii y Whit-
field Burro vs.l* c 1' r 1, Win
Moss, Samuel Vi m John I lun-
' ter, I.lias I luntei J >s ph Clai k,
' Duncan I'ticker, Vlfiera Carrol,
B Iward Micnis, Louis Morti-
\ inrr. John M irtimer, Prince A.
1 ergnrson, Thomas Cartwright,
Geo Mcfee. Job 1 W Ramsey,
Iohn Johnson, Kit In iniugs(39l
The Mail Steii it "Miami''
-'" imed for Miaui this aftei-
IIOOII.
Following are the syno|>sej
of two of the Re-Is I I be |.re-
sen ted tins evening
PAYING FOR SILBNCK
Patten, an infl 1 >nti il news-
pa per owner, is s nitten with
Tira, a frivolous g HI r brothei
Ted is a tease an I tells her she
will die an old in nd. She bets
him sue can make Patten pro-
'pose. Patten proposes, but over-


hears Tira claim the bet. He
scorns T d add throws the ring
out of tin \vi"dow. The incident
affects 1 ra, as the sees a pood
chance j > by Later Ted is in.
v >lved in a card scandal and Pat-
ten isabcut t when Tita calls and pleads to
have its' ^pressed.This meeting
is more favorable for ratten,
who acin proposes and is
accepted. I'ira lias the rinr;
with her.
B .BY FINGERS
Itallih end" Ion Bern-ice.Whe
ther her consumptive brother
obtained die light and air that
me nit be W him, and whether
.her aged notber and little sister
[atedaily andslept nightly, all
depends I up m her. Bernice
made a fi v dollars as Stenogra
pher.Om da) her pressing needs
presented a new view of econo-
mics to lermce. I let employer
bad too much money, she had
nothing. The checkbook lav
open on the desk. I le would
never mis it- why shouldn't she
Her empl iver did miss it; and
sent for.i fctei tive She was sus
pel ted. T ie detective called at
her home in her absence, and
questioned her family. The
consumptive brother admitted
that she had given hi in a sum
equal to (he amount mining.
B< mice w us arrested.
A short ivhile nflei the incident,
le r mnthe ivnt to thf litile pri-
i hi where IWnicu was awaitinu
trial, \+t*V\ ig til* -i k hoy Hi lake
cai <>l tin baby June. In the bin's
mind vm Hitliii, mi ins ii.'trt whs
war I.on he thwutflit, and |Imii
his retoluti'tu wan Formed Caking
Hie t t, ii rallied ..ll hit weak
strength, i nnplityti' office. I'he walk wt\
long, ll# W *" 'III V '.Hill \ll Misled.
lull he -mi-ih.ilniy continued, rea It
ed llie dm r, and ffll fainting, l'i.ih\
Jane hum -.1 me ullni', ami walked
straight i< ilir employer.He liniked
into lime's e-.i-.. and saw llir eves;
m| Ins OM ii l.ivf Una, he hrdiy-
utory w.i- mid, and ihe baby fin.
(Jtnt led In n t.i the door where 'he
uno inaciiKH b *v lay, Ine invalid
w.i- i < vi v. I, thr yii |s -i.tr i dice e.\-
|i'.i"nid A ii 'i mployei 11 quesi,
xh* v\Ms ii iei ited iioai |ni-nii H.ii
lll'l |1 .sil Ii ill u ,,s i,'Ii,ia,,' I In h
'I lie cuiisii nptive went ii Mi'X'c >,
'it her e ii|il-.vr-i's *xpil >'-, mi I
Hiliy Jinn won a lib--lime, form I.
I Ion I louse of Asseuililv,
1 lairs lay. M irch 5.
continued
Mr. L. \V. Young from the'
Select Co nmittees 111 on the !
petition f r an additional (dock'
allowanc for S, Matt he 1
church, reported recommending I
that an additional allowance of
1 bi granted and that tlie
Same be inserted in the Appro*
prat ion \ct.|(2l on* the petition
for a boat landing at Fowler St.
reported recommending thai \o
\)<- wanted for a flight of concrete
Steps and that the amount be
inserted in the App. Bill 13) on
the petition for a grant for cut
ting down a bill on Johnsons
Road, reported recommending a
grant of 2^ the same to be in-
serted in the App. Bill.
On moiion of Mr L. W
Young second d by Mr K V,
Solomon, Res dvi d, that the
above reports be p rrtted.
Mr. W. C. B Joimson from the
Si leel Committee on the T iriff
Ai t reported (11 A Bill which
was read a first time; 12) A Res
olution making the Tariff Bill
retrospective, which was read a
Mrs! time
()n million of Mr. W. C. Ii.
Johnson seconded by Mr Albury
Resolved that th- -aid Bill ind
Re ilutk.n be printed.
The Speaker called the atl n-
tioii of the I lou - to thirty .....
mmittees ha\ ins> been app< -m
ted and that six only had report-
ed
Mr. Sands seconded by Mr.
Gamblitl moved the Second
reading of A Bill to grant a
personal allowance to Idiom is
Evan Duggan Bra
\b. Sands hi moving the
second reading eulogised the
(over 31 years) services of Mr.
I '.mi and s.iid that he was efli
cieiit and was f uniliar u ith the
work and knew the ins ami outs
of th" office and his servi es
ought to he i'ec >rnized he said
that s ime of the members might
be interested to know that some
years ago th" p rvonal allowan-
1 es in the service amounted to
several hundreds of pounds and
that now it was only 3 \i.
Mr. Albury sp >ke adversely to
personal allo v in< es generally,
he COuld HOI see how the gOV-
ernmeni could re< comend a j >- t -
sonal allowam e, when in Ins
message to the House the LiO\
ernor h id saw! th.it the nffi -e
was not worth more '.ban | J > '.
if that he so iiien Mr. Brace was
ah" kK getting what llie ofli <
Was W .1 III lull he tlmUglll tills ;m
In \ 1 if |Krl 1OU.11 allow 01 e to\|r.
Hi 1 a I- 111 is unfair to hi 01 it
meant that .vle-re he had got I"
nmsi stav, it was a p-uio lb ii
was bi'K'king the public sei vice
and keeping back aspiring
young men already 111 B*rvj e,
and tends to keep good men out
of the service, il Mr. Brace is ef-
ficient and able& I believe he is.
promote him. 1 le moved that the
Bill be read this day six months.
.Mr. L. W. Young said he
C >uld not go SO far as the previ-
ous speaker and throw the bill
I out altogether, he wished the
i desired object could be obtained
[some other way, a personal al-
lowance is unfair to \lr. Brace
he ought to be promoted.
Mr. Gambljn thought that
there would be no need for ex-
planation, the Chief Clerk
! should* be acquainted with the
papers and routine of the de-
partment, it is important to
have a man who could he re-
lied upon, it is essential to have
an officer who is efficient.
Mr. Albury said, After listen-
ing to Mr. Gainblm am sorry
lor Mr. Brace, il is evident that
be is to stay there, where he is,
to the end, the Governments re-
cognition is to keep an efficient
man in one place. \\V have the
same thing in the Treasury.
' )n the amendment being put
it > -h lost and the bill was read
.1 second time and referred to a
. Committee of the w hole ; on
mot ion of Mr. Sands seconded
by Mr. Gamblin, and after one
amendment was passe.!.
Mr. Sands seconded by Mr.
(iamblin moved the Se :on I
reading of A Bill to grant a pi r-
sonal allowance to John J unes
Culmei.
Mi. Sands said that Dr. Cul-
mei was a verj able 1 ifficial who
had a Ule.it ,| i| ,,f w,i; I; an |
was prevented from having pri-
vate practice.
Mr. Albury moved that the
Bill be read this day six months
I ! s iid that the Bill was llie
outcome of trie Medical Bill. Dr.
Cutmer was appointed 011 a
salary of 300 a year, sine then
a change has been made .\ his salary increased l- 1 / 1| 1 md
a residence the C. M 0"s salary
U -is 1 1 and lr Culirii 1 -
s d o n was as good as the C
M. (). when the value of 1
lesid -nee was thrown in. I le
wanted to kllOW wheil Will the
Medical (>ffkers end. The ques-
tion was is 1 he office worth it.
Mr. K V. Solomon spoke \".
l.i\ nil ill the bill evi I I
f el-, he s M I |h lt I ) ., .,
1- i; 1 I-- I 1 ta ado \' in-
' I In- Will giM I!. \s ,,'i ..|
Hi Co n ni--: 1 if the 11 I-
pita I it is my duty to sujip irl it.
O.I being put lite amend
nient was lost.
< ).i Motion of Mr. Sand- sec -
onded by Mr. Gamblin the Bill
was referred to a Committee of
the Whole and passed without
amendment.
THE BEST PINEAPPE LAND
l.\ I 111. BAHAMAS;
11 \ii in-, r Bay, EtEUTHBRA.
JOHN BUTLER
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC
AUCTION.
AT The Sponge Exchange on
the 1st day of June new at
mid-day that well known tract
of land situate al Hatchet Day
on the Island of Eleuthera and
reputed to be the best pineapple
land in the Colony. Tins tract
forms par; of the Estate of the
late C. Tyldesley Sandsand lias
not been cultivated for some
years.
Sold free of all incumbrances.
derm- 1 - of purchase price
on deposit aftei auction sale
and balance -,n delivery of titles
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
EVERY NIGH I \ I" 8 O'CLO 'K
Tuesday Mar. 10th
BABY FINGErtS
WHY AUNT I NNK NEVER
MARUIED
PAYING K( )\< SILENCE
., REELS
(nl. iid. is.
fader llie Oistinguished Po.lron-
a 10 of rheir t-Kcellenciei th
G ivs'Aor and Ms. ltJdon
Sin.th.
WILL BE PaESESTEI) AT
THE KOV \l. VICTORI \
HOTEL
ON TUESDAY \ND
VVEDNESDAY
March in and II
A COMEDY 1^ THREE ACTS
ENTITLED
"Our American
C
ousin
r\HI.U THK M \S VGKMENT I
1 IF
R B SHEPHERD ESQ
TnoCa.Sc inclu tes a long Ii *t of
ovirwell kniwn ATiaieu.'s.
SE U'< 1 >N SALE \ I
.1 SI'.LEY >
!' 11; 1 1 I\' 1 ~ s ,11 8:4.5
Svdiu \ > tlieiuenl reached 1 llie di^puie oe-
(wreathe em | l o ver a 1 id i"m-
plo) is in ia meal era le a Iiien
brougni aii 1 u a me '.t fa.....in
this city, lasting from February
[6th till t" A-t\


THE UNTIRING ENERGY
of the Wolf is proverbial. Practically no energy is
required where Sunlight Soap is employed. ScNLIGHT
Soap is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of
mankind ;
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the house-
wife, and is made for her
profit. To the housewife it
means less labour, less dirt,
more leisure, and time and
money saved. Sunlight
Soap does away with need-
less rubbing and scrubbing,
and so preserves the clothes.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
BY RADIO
March toth 1914,
St. I.ouis, q. I he tievpn Story
building of the Missouri Athletic
Club was destroyed Jby fire tin-
morning. Many men of prom men e
in t tic business and .itliletic vvoiM
ate missing. I' is estimated thai
thirty are dead. Many wereinjuted
in jumping from windows.
New York, 9. Cornelius Van-
derbtlt, oldest son at Hip late Cor-
nelius Vanderbilt inherits Vander*
bill mansion on J5H1 Avenu>\
III.* btiil'lin? which is now
occupied by llenrv C. Prick, cost
f 1.600.000.
Vancouver, 9, -The Canadian
pHriff t uner Kmpreas of Asia
arrivedtoday w tli -, o o.coiChinese
^pu,).!,,,,^ u>places in the Uni-
te I Mi.'e-.
Rome Following ;i conflict b"-
lie 11 pdue and strikers today
troops were ordered ul and charg.
ed tlie mob >>f over n 10 000 many
of whom were wounded.
Athens, 9.According to advices
received here from Kontsa tie in*
habitants if th" town rebelled an I
drove out the Albanian authorities
afterwards proclaiming an autono-
mous government.
London, g Premier Asquith in
moving the second re..ding of I lie
home rule bill announced in
the house nl commons today that
counties in Ireland, m i\, by popu-
lar Vole refuse to tome under I lie
Irish government for six yearsaftei
winch tone Hituther voie will have
to be la ben,
Hon-ir Law, lei.l-i of the UnioniMs
declared thai the premiers piopos-
,.l which ia compromise, i entire-
ly unacceptable,
Washington, g.President Wil-
son let it be known today that the
Texas authorities must assume re-
sponsibility for Saturdays "Raid"
into Mexican territory when armed
I'exaus are said lo hive recovered
the bo. \ ol Clement Vagara the
Imet ican ranchm in who was
nurderi d by fe! r,. 1 M \icana.
However r dispntch < ceived ficn
\ustin I'exas iw tins aftei no. 1 1
s iys ill it (ioveriior Colquit t Ins
been informed tii.t Vagara's bod)
was taken Iroin the grave in the
hidalgo cemetery and broutfh
across till- bunl'i by federals, I lij
preside.it is a wailing reports from
official sources,
London, 9.Small fineswlihop.
lion of serving terms in prison
were imposed today on ten of the
rmht int suffragettes arresied ye.
terday foi causing a disteibance in
I n f.ilgai Squa e.
Lumber & Shingles.
(USr received r 'larg 1 from
Jacksonville per bchoonei
"Louise I ."
1.}, 1 \ \ 10and 1 -', 30 ft. lengths
and als 1 any oilier >!/<- ..I lumbei
reqii ired.
Trices lo suit every body,
.31.f1>.> Shingle* in stride. 24s
per Hums and and upward.
wCH \-\ I KELLY & BRO.
J. C. COAKLEVS
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2.1. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
Its excellent quality.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
Wli would iform all who appreciate a Ci od -moke that we now
have on land an extensive Slock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
W fi 1 1 ers, anil Havana Killers throughout.
1 1 " Cigars are manufactured on nur premises by skilled workmen
and Lre .1 pains are taken to produce an article ol superior quality.
I'll success we have met with in the past leads ys onlidently to expect
the pa' ion ig< ol c.....loiseurs.
J. L. S iLNDERS A Co.
Ma\ Street.
W. A. v, A I'HER
UNDER I \KI- R
DK-IKl.s in inf >r n his friends
mil the Public thai I e h is
jiM r-'i pjve complete outfit f
: facilities f"i the buisn 'ss ol an un-
| dei taker, w Licit plares Inrn in a
p.no 1 ion to carry out Fun< rals that
may !" entiusted lo Ins care with
sj stem .111 i despatch ; and res iei 1
fully solicits theii pitronage Gel
mv l'i ices fir- aid prove tli it thpv
are the very lowest lor the first cl >as
: work.
Shing-les
Host No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress
Shingles al $ ).6o per thou-
sand ol 20 bundles
1 liscounts 5 Special Price
also 011 rheaper grades -also
5m. Cypress Bt $6 72 per
thousand of 30 bundles. This
price marie possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
NOTICE.
rl I |-s is to inform in v I' itTOOS
and the Public in General
that I have opened rny Public
Black Si.1 th Shop; and am now
leadv to do anything in the line ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing uecially. All work done
Mechanic ullv.
IV \. Huyler,
Hav ^'. 1 I.,st PAImcf
RF.MEMBLR !
No horv5 Wl i.or can be com
pit > wl houi "Music"
\ 17 I. e nfiermg a low .,f I
VV Grade Pianos, Player I
an.>s, piHiio ') gans, and Reed
Organ*suitable la every home.
Come I I se nur laiesi eat 1 ogua
anil let us send on-- 111 th. s" iiiMiu-
incuts d: 1 cl fi-.111 factim to your
ho.ne for jo days trial, Absolutely
FREE f" aakiug.Choose for youi
self.Diii 1 isti cnei.ts and terms are
the llest in th. World.
/'Ill' RISING STAR
Ihll.t Sireel
VV. P. VV. & Co.
1 uii
FUSSEU'S
CONDfNSfO
MILK
'"'tPARtD BV
FuSSELLfirCSl'-
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