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%  Z hc tribune Thursday, M arch 12 |cj|4 One aspect of the Irish Ques ''on which i~ rather apt to be 1 "erlooked, is the Fact that so long as that question remains itt!ed, the Imperial parlia: ient will always be hampered and hindered b\ the necessity of fslating foi Irel m !. All the Nationalist party want is the light to manage their own al lairs, and them ireon lers |; dem tnd the more om i %  s tb< need ol it. Irisl %  %  „ bers '""• en i ivoured time af '" r time to ml legislat 1 "'""' "' l,( "' '"' i 'i countrv, clu fe I from the Rood t :l "' Hmeafti these bills %  ave had i i be dropped owi i • Jpthecong stioni f busin -s in ">• If luseol Co nm ins In this way m uters of the gr •'test urgency to Ireland's •spentyand c m nerci I success, have been let slide, and [f om time to time measures of "jtleusetoherhavebe •' %  > i" her b cause ol I Un'"' with the English Parliament. Ireland is England's po H neighbour, and as su :h should ,l ; be called upon to partici PatC in all her wealthy com panions projects. Under pres nl conditions she has to suffer from :| ul [il w irs ms ofedu''" "I "i!, Bh i in i i • '"• ll Problems s i :ii tsafl .resta"h drainage a very urgenl matter, seeing that she ins so rau cl" bog Ian I to reel dm means of transit, an Is, ,,d innnitum. In the ve trs im n • diately I, if ; th • i; u ''" %  %  shift, Grattau's Par. 'lament, her prosperitj was marvellous, and it is a signifi to slop. We recommend to our readers Mr. Norman Ang ill's wonderful book "The (ireat II lusion" a pertfsal of this makes us wonder why the Nations c III be so foolish as to persist in their policy of bloated armaments. Vflr. Allgell contributes an article to "Wat an I Peace" from which we cull a few choice phr "What" asks he" are the fun mental nee Is creating the con flict win h leads to Naval rivalry ? Is it in reality of a life and death nature, w lich i us! THE DIVERSION OF NATIONAL WEALTH FROMSOCIAL IADS?. . -Is it a li i and de ith question for( i Tin my, must she really either I aby her exp msion or bu i \ th" world 1) >es the j of the i ii n ins enl lil i m in ic to us ? b (", :rm i sion and prosperity our restriction and impoverishment ? ." "Aoften in politics the discussion lias resolved. itself into the ceptance or n n a -epl in : i ol in" ul t Aii -in 11 i >lei l i-. You ai %  eithet a patriot and say 'Fou ships' or a little n i\ \ ite and s ly "Two ships B ith p irl ies a ceptthe m ci ssity For i o up itition an I confl as the I 11 i I %  if th vh le thing. Waere ii of course it is quit i ohvi >u* that the important thing is n >i ther we hall /million or two more or less upon ili" N ivy, bvt wh 'rdu few yeart ve c i is w : ill • % % %  .. n >} n M ; pi,ice the rel \t c /: natit its like Gre U an I G nany and f i I • .\V i %  .." . "It a" id not be any p m ol our woi k to attack or defend building programm ,,i tatv measures of H IV kin I // is principles underlying all intertational relaii inshi| s. In n bus/ world, absorbed in the Struggle for daily bread, no • msiderable portion of tin publie can follow all the wearisome intrigues of la haute pnlitique, and of diplomatic shuffling. But the average man is perfectly mi Friday 13th at 10 a. 111 pi r Mail steamer "(Miami" on Tuesday 10th ai 1:3.1 p.m.; on Thursday 1 ath %  t 3 p.m.; on Saturday 14th at ,| p, in. LMTERINSULAR Mai's for Harbour Island, vanish Wells,; Eleuthera : Andros; Abaco : Exuma ; Lone Island; Ragged Island ; I irand Bahama ; Him. izing and hoi line to the essential principle, if Ins inis: and Berry Inlands on Frb mind is not be nussed bj the daj 13 at 2 p.m illtheories of the learn id. "()ur object i \h ipe policy is m I cjficii j ic, 0} the fundnmt 1 1 iti i ch nn %  1/1-v ••Such, surely is the main task" m in li N .'in HI A igell "Il is to be feat I th it tinkering with tes w ill not much contri. THE I nonial to j 7'.-_ 'male j ]• ., I W. Prouty, ol Prouty's ; >rchestra. ill be Riven at the II tel Coloni il on Satur. t 8:30. 1 ptioil llSl is CMCII t the 0 if the I lotel. An al a isl tola THE EXODUS I'O FLORIDA Through th -v • FT. K. D. Brace, Esq. Coloni il SecreI >epartm< nt ivs lay before our readers the ti ivi I to Florida I ebruary 191 1. Out ward M .11 %  s 2 J r > Fe ma les %  Iii\' ird Mai Femala in %  Malej I I Total 1 : %  1 CKI : rs \RE C IMING. The IV kerl Si imp'iny, me nl the b>sl ku iwn eomp my rs in tii" HI .11 >m< to Nassau, a id will o|w' r lour acts 1 ui comp my u tve '•• fown, Exuma, %  en playmg in the son larch 7. rod |. an part of i U I -•! ites for •sp ndenl writes rnanv vears and without > ion was observed last night, their en nt here on Tuesl \\ continued until midnight daj night presenting the "Housi it. ol Irama W •p ir acts I In. c > np my hive Fi • 1 ( S i I as i ill • .a 1 ,' will be gn etc 1 by larj • i in the mornin f of the 3l .1 r 1 1 are i (hour about) b i'\ len 1 veral of I test hi> and 2 a in 1 I earl -las. come lies and drama q U ike shock or tremor was fell | 1 ;, ; Delia CI 11 V • famc| dur itun abou 1 1 mds. I w 1omed) "Intn dm 1 1 id walkingabmit m %  • 1 1 Banker, Hie I'hiet, an| 1 when it occurred, wi idnws I'he Girl," a sion "I East Si Z and doors rattled, Hie wh >l ihri in I il >ors ind 1 in,' crac Lqu lioued ca nt fact, that though that partcall attentionta th 1 peo(>le 111 the si me day and in v A Y01 City. I Man I "in Cuba >m< dy with a laugh a mmu "Jane 1 1 the B ok "amenl was predomina itlv Protestant, they did a loi to %  Iexten Im/ the Fran to thmr Catholic compatriots, and would h ive done m ire, had it the I'm 1,1 interv I Until "Home Rul : all round" is h t lie at the bottom of all at-ma Found but a few thai felt tin lotte Bro in • %  !.'-. and to demo cer10 md those AVIIO did spoke "The Bread Wi tain errors c 1 ic 1 ning th -in. II ,.v th MI are w 1 to r ipla %  a lie opinion in wh h 1 up u and irritation is likely to be up p nni is' w 1'H c illed upon to of did 'i" i> >licy, by one in ., realis ition of I ue ne I and ,| 1 -, is shaking a J. %  • 1 This corr bor ites the 1 an earthq ia e shock, ha ii TII fell t Rum Ca; ihjis I m our issu %  nl \l "d IJ 1 ist. "PI tin M .By' "I, Last 1 han • Ishmael" "Mr. Kearney I 1 &f Kiilar J pi 1 -1 • 1 '_r conic \ inch are b tun 1 l> ''•''I d, th si %  i s little ; useful social legisl iti m, number of really urgenl and permainent national interest is We wculd direct attention ti useful measures of social 1 1 uppermost ? "The view ia! advertisement of a Grand that arc "squeezed out" is s n 1 have urged is that that can only Iizaar to be held ly app illing, pillions of m ney be done by a pro mala m are voted away annually with to thai whirh las alre.t-ly in hardly a word ol ; • , [other field -the 1 iigiu is ; s no time, and \ ; uses h ive I 1 stopped th • ai nin j •' riv il 1 met. 'I Ins v %  u again m >ups and given th in relative millions are to be found for aiserenity. That process is by FOREIGN Mails ilso Inagu^ Pickerts are now appearini maments, when, oh when, we bringing into current political'and Long Cav) per Mail SteamStar Theatre in Miami, gij ask, is this insane extravagance discussion the broad general er "Seguranca" will be closed great satisfaction there, a: li h 111 \\ • %  In evenin (.March, N il A • Churc 1. Gra its Tow • I ii 1 p.m MAILS. I \ ei j 1 %  1 %  <•• I Inniana nnixnit of the : hea re Im s i i, piokert Stock Compl \ I'r.lA' pla is for an ueut which will rJi Tuesday night March 17th. i



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s their second engagement in (hat cit 'In• >eason, having ap i • ired the I h'xie Theatre in February. I He n| -11ii g play for Tues* day night will be a modern drama ol everv dav life "I I II' HOUSE I IF LIES" infoui acts Mi. V.,1 C. Cl 'ary, who has been Featured by the Kalem Film Company in several, of their motion pictures will play the leading role, ably assisted by 'irace, Lillian, Blanch, Elizabeth an I Willis Pickert, Clint. Dodson, Erl IU Wilcox, Edwards, Rob irt M'Leod M i '; Win. i I'Connel nown players ra^e 1 newsboj who poured out lus plea For assistance reciting, in unrealiz I im licity tin; de tails of his nobl ii rifice.Someo ie started a hat for a collection rt few laughed, low and softly, agrimj hands gathered up the contents of tiMt same hat. a childish yell res mnded, and a capless boy dashed therefrom. All the money was crowded into the hands of the gruff pound in aster, .'iiid a moment later the stac.it" yelping of a welcoming dog tlelayi d tin: p lising hack of Phil. | money far more than w.is m • | "arrvied. "There is enough to save and them all,"said the poundmastei (line' more money chan \ d hands*—and later there came forth a ragged child leading iw many tangled sti ings a mi il i ollei ii 1 MI of cavort ing di %  .. hut hugged ligh to i-t was his chum, "U TinI mpei ii! I heatre is givm; nn>>: rier int< i I ing progr imme ol New Keels this even in S e VI-. i isement, Sj n >| i sis of one of the Reels follow : WHY %  \< IS LEFT HOME A tragedy of childhood blights the tendi r life "I R a ragged newsboy, when the ruthless hand "I the dog catcher captures "Rogs." Early morning found tl pi > boy wai at the p >und for the arrival of a gruff p m id master, to whom he pleaded in I he d ig's freedom. i .1 thai the dog would spared for .1 few days, R starts ti unass, b\ Frugal sav People will grow tired, even if (stood that President Wilson ing, t ssarvfor the friendship is not severed. Il %  ring the idvisahilitj ol n i\ e a 1 ire of the ba I loaf, give them a bite of the go id one. I n ea s wi .1 veai 1 u t ie best of steel, and think that in • best of a m in BY R \MO London, n.-—The White St ir| Line is considering plans f01 a 3o,of>o ton steamship. It is said that the vessel will be built at the yards of Harland and Wolff She will he placed in the Liverpool, Queenstown, New York Service. London, 11.— The British ship Invulnerable, Call.10 October 4th for Portland Oregon, has been posted at Lloyds as missing. \ w York, r a.—'Indictments charging grand larceny and the acceptance 1 if deposits in an insolvent haniv were returned by the grand jury today against II 1 Siege I and Frank Vog< I, he N of the Siegel private bank which closed its doors follow-; ii 'he Inline ofSiegels big V \ York and Boston department stores. Chihuahua, Mexico, 11. were killed in a battle neai Conem in a hand to hand combat with rebels. 200 prism rs were taken afti r a 21 boui l \\ ishington, n.— Thedefiant HAPPY DAY Deai Mr Editor Will you kindly allow us, a little spat e in your v ilu ible pa per, to back up we s iv. in your issu mil early part of I p .1 uary. A Frien ng the Hon. members of the Board attitude of the Governor of of Education to look matt r Texas may result in a change of lare in the face >n %  the border patrol methods of the th changesof School Tea hers 1 deral Government. It is underis the dog's libeity. 'I he day came when witl in the b % %  'sraggi I co it lining was concealed the pi ice of freedom loi his chum "Rags." 11 ishing w il lly d >wn the stre 1 wh< 11 th in .it air w is burdened with chill, Roco s.i v standing neath a street lamp, a ic 1 I 1 1 III • M •.,: .1 _; %  .in I StattOII -1 re ii the tro ins now at Texas City to patrol duty. Aldershot. it.— Two more violent deaths in the army aviatiou corps making three in two can be proved in ten years. \ :d lays, when Captain Allen and we the community f SDanish! Lieul Burroughs were killed IMPERIAL THEATRE Tuesday Mar. 12 THREE WHY'S And a WITH I Interesting Reels. WESLEY CHURCH GRANTS TOWN A GRAND. Bazaar WILL BE HELD ON' WEDNESDAY M VRCH [8th I'M-; To be opened at I p. m. by John Butter Esq. USEFUL AND FANCY ARTICLES FROM ENGLAND NATIVE DRAWN W< RK &i & TEA, DINNER, WI' REFRESHMENTS Admission 6d <\ ;d, \I.L ARE IWH'ID Wanted to Purchase AT ONCE £Q Copii ol The Strombus I xhibition Number, August, 191 '.. Bi ing to '/'!•;' 1 1 Ofne< K E \ Spanish I Li Burrouglis Wells will w Icome a change of while making 1 flighl over Teachers, more readily, that a Salisbury Plain. The biplane in thirsty man would welcome a which the two were riding col A pile of unsold papers a I her glass of ice water We wish the la|*ed 700 feet above the ground bare feet explained thp cause ol the Hon. Members of the Biard Pekin, 11. \ band of 5 He was a boy, tender and of Education would consider sympatheti and an hour later MR John A Curry, readier of the papers wete sold and he was the Hope I*own School who leading to her home a j_; 111 has been aw mi his home whose iwed with grati and people more than 30 \ tilde ns SHOES I'lien une I > test (> 1 .1 1 iallet "i sti iw lay th \ n* 1 if the girl, h -I brow flushed, her sunki n 1 muti lv voicing t %  la< k ol noui ishmenl As the girl knelt to inert her mother's wail ing caress, th" boy away to Hunk. I Ie return d, placed ali his savings on the vacant table, then scurried aw ij to i jam begin -a\ ing for the imprison 1 "Rags." Surrouii Ie 1 by council men and city ifficiaU, next dav the there any Teacher in the Da ham.is deser\ es to be remo\ ed more than he ? Mi. Editor, we believe that there is no Te iclier "'it in the ol 5O0 11 %  u led in HI iki 1.: their way into the cit> of I.a" ; k iw toil i\ and then sacke 1 and burn • I th 1 ila % % %  Fr tyle, a ian m bsion ry, was killed md s •, il other missionBI ies woun 1 d. Berlin, 11.-The Jerm \ 1, irican Commercial union 1 lias eutei %  I 1 i Mayor's office was invaded by a yeais. pr itest Service, deserves the Spanish the United Stal •\ Mil, m 'i • than lie ith Ihfl Germ in R ivernmeiH 11 \.Cui;\ ve 1 id the against the imposition ol the Is every year, a id see his \ 1 ri< in r in Germany, School stands to the Iron even law pi I lasl yeai in Mai. We leave this mattei to|c inn rtion vith I e in the t Jerman armv ail p rsons in (i r nunwith an income ol %  ,i\\i\ up t 93500 a ye ir have to pay an extra tax ol one half of p er cent arg AGAIN IN BOOTS AND I \ 711.1 IWIs VV 1 ill-. SHOEM W 1 las jusl a 1 • men! 1 > I lv 11 ) %  s a n! .', SAMPLI LOTS (If ; %  1 1 f n In I-KI and si\ >in all whi 'Ii 1 SURPRM iCLY CHEAP through |,i m my instaiie. %  .in' ass> the I Ion M if the Board of Education t< 1 di ide on out p irt, an I gi es US .1 >lm A. Currv for the next Mr. ten COXlMLNirV. the rli 1 1 11.1t le-j than %  •;; il III >l l|H il mnl II ,:,.;..• Will •;. I 1 : • ill Wll.i I AM.-' WHOLES Ml. \\i' RK rxil SHOE ESI UtLKHMI ^ f. I, I I %  %  ^. 1



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observed by abstention from nil public entertainments, Last night their ma jest yes went to the Duke of Vorlis Theatre, where Someisel Maugbams "Land of Promise" idrawing big houses. NOTICE. Gasoline S TANDARD Oil. COS GASOLINE. Sold in quantities of One Gallon nd upwards for line shilling a gallon. Drums ol 50 gallons at 22 cents a gallon, subject to returu when empty. I hese special Drums do away with the necessity of buying a Storage Tank' C. C. SAUNDERS. NOTICE. r HE undersigned beg to inform ln friends and patrons thai he has removed his business from Duke St. under the Office of Mi. R. II. Sawyer anclCo. where a first class grocery business will be conducted. This being central will enable all orders to be executed promptly. Phone orders will 1 ceive prompt attention and delivery ot goods made at once. The patronage of all is solicited. 'hone 3 ED. SAUNDERS. FOR SALE E U TARDROnE, Bookcase, intension Table, Oak Sideboard with Mirroi attachment in good condition. Cheap for cash, apply to Tribune Office. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. Gasoline VJIANDARD Oil Co'l Motor O Spirits sold in quantities of 5 gallons and upward for one shilling per gallon at Garage. Bring a Vessel for small quantities. Drums may be had with "drum lots,'subject to return when empty Reo the Fifth Cars sold at I 1 1 J \. lest 10 pel cent discount f. o. b. factory. Ken 1 irs 11 Si I for 11 ire. Bicycles rented for 10s. a w eek, Auto nohilfl old bicycle supplies : [kept in stock. Cylindei oil and Auto (Irease a spe 'ialty. Cn even sell you a very conve nient storage drum with Faurit to keep gasoline, Come and tee them. Apply to J. P. SIMM-;, 17 MaikeKStreet. ANNAE.RAE Proprietress Of The Vogue, ''Au Bon Marche Stores'' and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM ADIES Dress Goods, in Lustres, Serges, Ratines white and Coloured Cordings, Cn p< s, Crepons, Marquisettes, Bengalines, Landsdownes, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered Muslins, Velvets, Embroidered Batistes, Tussore Suitings, Embroidi ry Flouncings, Overall Embroidery and Overall Lace. I es and Insertions, Ribbons plain and fancy Latest Style Belts I. au 1 instrument* and terms are the BeM in the World. 7'ill-: RJSINI. STAR Dillei Street. \V, F, W. (• Co. FOR SALE Cornish Organ 5 Octaves In good condit ii 11 Reference Mr. George I.. Davis Apply to Mi. Jas. \\. Roberts West Street 24 A W. A. MATHER UNDER I'AKER D l.^l RES IO inform Ins f' Is and the Public that I >• Ins ju>t received R complete outfit of Mcilitien foi the buisness ol an undertaker, which pines him 1 1 position to carry out Finn 1 1 Is that in.iv be entrusted to Incare with system and despatch ; an I resoe* t fully solicits theii p itronage 1 %  t my Pi ices 11 si and prove that they are the very lowest for the first j.1 ,,, work. Shingles Best So. 1 1 leai t 5m. Cypress Shingli s at 19.6 per thous aid ol 20 IIIIIKII' ] )i-.i ounts on lots of 1 ivei 5000 shingles. Special Price alsi > on cheaper grades -al ii 1 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of JO bundles. This price made possible by a vi ry large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. s *•.. j •FUSSJ CONDENSE",. I MILK I PR fPABED BT •rO/i-MMK* PARED B* .,,



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CO o o 7) CO 0) Nulllvjs ivddu lus tvirnre in verb* mo,i!lslri. Being bound lo swenr to the Dogmas if no Master VOL. VI. V.w.^1. N F'.,Bhins. Thursday. Mnrch 12, 1914 No. 7o LEON E H DUPI'CH I' I IT 1H AN I' PlOPItllUk OK Kin a ,, MARKRT STBBB1 Mas MI N. i'.. IIAH ',MA>. | !'. U. I'."* 1091 PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday — ling le C'lpv ... . ... },| Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— single Cop) ... nl vVerklv ... ... 4 J,| Monthly ... ..is. 41! Quarteily ... ... ,. ^s. Half Ye.,'. Iv V'panv |b* PAYABLE IV ADVANCE. Advertising Rates: Six pence pei line foi first in-'-iin>ii ; tinei u line %  >r second insei tion; and one penny per line f.ir subsequent inaertionc Advertisements under eight lines .|s. THE TELEPHONE GIRL The Telephone Curl fits still in her chair, And lis'ensto voicea From everyu here ; She hears nil the gossip .ind she hears tlII (hC new s ; She knows whu is happy, nnd who lias the blues ; She knows .ill nui sorrows; she knows all nor joys ; She knows ev< 1 \ gi 11 who is chaslli^ llir DO* S ; She knows % %  it oui trouble, she knows all i>ur str ife ; She knows every mar. who is mean In Ins wile ; She knows the turn: we're out with the bojs ; She hears the rxcus... ,..,( h fellow employs ; She knows every unman wlio has a dark |) ist ; SinKnows all the men who are inclined lo be LM ; In fan there's a Mcret 'neath the fluttering i in I, of the quiet, demure looking Telephone Girl, If the Telephone 'in I culd tell III she kmm -.. Il world Hun fast fnei.dinto bitterest loes, She could sow .1 small wind lliat Would soon | l( > ,-, gale, To bring us in trouble and lend us in jail ; She could let go 1 story that if given force Would cause hall oui wive.* 10 sue for d'vorce : Suecruldget the churches mixed up in a fight, And turn all our days into sorrowing night ; In fact she could keep the whole town in a Stew, If she could tell only a part that she knpw, Ni w doesn't it set your head in a w hi 11 W hen you think what you owe the Teh phone (iirl ? "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" The Board appointed under the Pharmacy Act 1913 will hold an ] examination on I liursday 25th of April. 'I he Puhlic are warned against the "Spanish Sw ndle." A Commission directing an enquiry into the passenger service between the C. s. of America and the port of Nassau and the terms and conditions under which the same is carried on, and into the existing facilities for tourists and the measures taken for attracting, them into the Colony. Mr. Victor Stafford Bethel has Been confirmed in his appointment as Messengsi in the telegraph l)eP 11 Iment. The appointment of Mr. Ray Kingsbury Mi ore a-Operator in the Telegraph Department has been confirmed. Tenders ,1 re called for until Friday ihe 13th 111,1, 1. For the construction ni two wooden toweis to be u-ed lor liarhour Lights, 2. To extend the existing w oden sea fence "n the Western Road at a point 2J miles from Nassau. 3 To paint the walls, fences and gates and Moituary Chapel al the Western Cemetery. CABLEGRAMS, London, 9.— King George's name again has been h rough I into play in politics over lister in a fashion which many Englishmen consider is calculated to weaken the prestige of the monarch, who is re moved constitutionally from the arena of parly politics. I he Unionists are saying openly that his majesty is convinced that Ulster means to fight and that he his made serious representations to the ministers as to the undesirability of a policy which may lead to rebellion in his Irish dominion. London, 9.—The annual exodus to the Riviera is on. It seems as if almost every one son illy well known had either gone 01 was making prep nations to flit to the south. London, 9.—It was learned today that five American residents in London renounced their citizenship during February to become Brill -1) subjects as against one woman 1 in January, There were none in December. London, 9 -One million and t quarter pounds sterling is the total of the sums held by the court of chin fry at the present moment. 'I Ins is mad,up of 3>' jg sep oate amounts, of which the largest is 9 35.000. Lon Ion, 1. Winston Churchill is credited with th"* intention of taking out an aviators certificate. Although Ins ascents have been numerous he has never made a flighi entiiely alone. Kingston,9,— \n English expert, after considerable prospecting here, says thai he has discovered a 1 irge deposit of radium bearing ore and that a sample sent to Ihe United States has been pronounced 1 itis. factory. London, 9.— Astonishing figures in regard to Londons traffic were given by Si 1 Edgai Speyei at the annual meeting of the underground electric railways, During last yeai the company controlled earned P31 93 3 i5o and carried a total of i.ii'o.oiio 1 00 passengers. Washington, i ( Secretary Brj in and Mr v ecil spring Rice, British Ambassador, discussed today dtails of,a peace treaty similar to those which Mr. Bryan already has signed with thirteen countries, and to which Great Britain has assented in principle. London,9,—The king and queen do not share Ihe view of some of their subject that Lent should be (Continued on the 4'h page JL %  Ji.


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Nulllvjs ivddu lus tvirnre in verb* mo,i!lslri.
Being bound lo swenr to the Dogmas if no Master
VOL. VI.
V.w.^1. N F'.,Bhins. Thursday. Mnrch 12, 1914
No. 7o
LEON E H DUPI'CH
I' I IT 1H AN I' PlOPItllUk
OK Kin a ,, MARKRT STBBB1
Mas mi N. i'.. Iiah ',ma>.
| !'. U. I'."* 1091
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday
ling le C'lpv ... . ... },|
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single Cop) ... nl
vVerklv ... ... 4J,|
Monthly ... ..is. 41!
Quarteily ... ... ,. ^s.
Half Ye.,'. Iv
V'panv |b*
PAYABLE IV ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates: Six pence pei line
foi first in-'-iin>ii; tinei..... u line
'>r second insei tion; and one penny per
line f.ir subsequent inaertionc
Advertisements under eight lines .|s.
THE TELEPHONE GIRL
The Telephone Curl fits still in her
chair,
And lis'ensto voicea From every-
u here ;
She hears nil the gossip .ind she
hears tlII (hC new s ;
She knows whu is happy, nnd who
lias the blues ;
She knows .ill nui sorrows; she
knows all nor joys ;
She knows ev< 1 \ gi 11 who is chas-
lli^ llir DO* S ;
She knows it oui trouble, she
knows all i>ur str ife ;
She knows every mar. who is mean
In Ins wile ;
She knows the turn: we're out with
the bojs ;
She hears the rxcus... ,..,( h fellow
employs ;
She knows every unman wlio has
a dark |) ist ;
Sin- Knows all the men who are
inclined lo be Lm ;
In fan there's a Mcret 'neath the
fluttering i in I,
of the quiet, demure looking Tele-
phone Girl,
If the Telephone 'in I culd tell
III she kmm -..
Il world Hun fast fnei.d- into
bitterest loes,
She could sow .1 small wind lliat
Would soon |l(> ,-, gale,
To bring us in trouble and lend
us in jail ;
She could let go 1 story that if
given force
Would cause hall oui wive.* 10 sue
for d'vorce :
Suecruldget the churches mixed
up in a fight,
And turn all our days into sorrow-
ing night ;
In fact she could keep the whole
town in a Stew,
If she could tell only a part that
she knpw,
Ni w doesn't it set your head in a
w hi 11
W hen you think what you owe the
Teh phone (iirl ?
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
The Board appointed under the
Pharmacy Act 1913 will hold an
] examination on I liursday 25th of
April.
'I he Puhlic are warned against
the "Spanish Sw ndle."
A Commission directing an en-
quiry into the passenger service
between the C. s. of America and
the port of Nassau and the terms
and conditions under which the
same is carried on, and into the
existing facilities for tourists and
the measures taken for attracting,
them into the Colony.
Mr. Victor Stafford Bethel has
Been confirmed in his appointment
as Messengsi in the telegraph l)e-
P 11 Iment.
The appointment of Mr. Ray
Kingsbury Mi ore a-Operator in the
Telegraph Department has been
confirmed.
Tenders ,1 re called for until Fri-
day ihe 13th 111,1,
1. For the construction ni two
wooden toweis to be u-ed lor liar-
hour Lights,
2. To extend the existing w oden
sea fence "n the Western Road at
a point 2J miles from Nassau.
3 To paint the walls, fences
and gates and Moituary Chapel
al the Western Cemetery.
CABLEGRAMS,
London, 9. King George's name
again has been h rough I into play
in politics over lister in a fashion
which many Englishmen consider
is calculated to weaken the pres-
tige of the monarch, who is re-
moved constitutionally from the
arena of parly politics.
I he Unionists are saying openly
that his majesty is convinced that
Ulster means to fight and that he
his made serious representations
to the ministers as to the undesira-
bility of a policy which may lead
to rebellion in his Irish dominion.
London, 9.The annual exodus
to the Riviera is on. It seems as if
almost every one son illy well
known had either gone 01 was
making prep nations to flit to the
south.
London, 9.It was learned today
that five American residents in
London renounced their citizenship
during February to become Brill -1)
subjects as against one woman 1 in
January, There were none in De-
cember.
London, 9 -One million and t
quarter pounds sterling is the total
of the sums held by the court of
chin fry at the present moment.
'I Ins is mad,- up of 3>' jg sep oate
amounts, of which the largest is
9 35.000.
Lon Ion, 1. Winston Churchill
is credited with th"* intention of
taking out an aviators certificate.
Although Ins ascents have been
numerous he has never made a
flighi entiiely alone.
Kingston,9, \n English expert,
after considerable prospecting here,
says thai he has discovered a 1 irge
deposit of radium bearing ore and
that a sample sent to Ihe United
States has been pronounced 1 itis.
factory.
London, 9. Astonishing figures
in regard to Londons traffic were
given by Si 1 Edgai Speyei at the
annual meeting of the underground
electric railways, During last yeai
the company controlled earned
P31,933i5o and carried a total of
i.ii'o.oiio 1 00 passengers.
Washington, i(. Secretary Brj in
and Mr v ecil spring Rice, British
Ambassador, discussed today d-
tails of,a peace treaty similar to
those which Mr. Bryan already
has signed with thirteen countries,
and to which Great Britain has
assented in principle.
London,9,The king and queen
do not share Ihe view of some of
their subject that Lent should be
(Continued on the 4'h page
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Ji.


Zhc tribune
Thursday, M
arch 12 |cj|4
One aspect of the Irish Ques
''on which i~ rather apt to be
1 "erlooked, is the Fact that so
long as that question remains
itt!ed, the Imperial parlia-
: ient will always be hampered
and hindered b\ the necessity of
. fslating foi Irel m !. All the
Nationalist party want is the
light to manage their own al
lairs, and them ireon lers
' |;" dem tnd the more om i -
"s tb< need ol it. Irisl..... .
bers '"" en i ivoured time af
'"r time to ml legislat
1 "'""' "' l,( "' '"' i 'i countrv, clu fe I from the Rood t
:l"' Hmeafti these bills
'ave had i i be dropped owi i
Jpthecong stioni f busin -s in
"> If luseol Co nm ins
In this way m uters of the
gr 'test urgency to Ireland's
spentyand c m nerci I suc-
cess, have been let slide, and
[fom time to time measures of
"jtleusetoherhavebe
'> i" her b cause ol I Un-
'"', with the English Parlia-
ment. Ireland is England's po h
neighbour, and as su :h should
,l"; be called upon to partici
PatC in all her wealthy com
panions projects. Under pres nl
conditions she has to suffer from
":|' ul [il" w irs ms ofedu-
''"......."I "i!, Bh i in i i
'"ll Problems s i :ii tsafl .resta-
"h drainage a very urgenl
matter, seeing that she ins so
raucl" bog Ian I to reel dm .
means of transit, an Is, ,,d
innnitum. In the ve trs im n
diately I, if,;- th i;.....,. u
''" shift, Grattau's Par.
'lament, her prosperitj was
marvellous, and it is a signifi
to slop. We recommend to our
readers Mr. Norman Ang ill's
wonderful book "The (ireat II
lusion" a pertfsal of this makes
us wonder why the Nations c III
be so foolish as to persist in their
policy of bloated armaments.
Vflr. Allgell contributes an article
to "Wat an I Peace" from which
we cull a few choice phr
"What" asks he" are the fun
mental nee Is creating the con
flict win h leads to Naval
rivalry ? Is it in reality of a life
and death nature, w lich i us!
THE DIVERSION OF NA-
TIONAL WEALTH FROMSO-
CIAL IADS?. . -Is it a li i
and de ith question for( i Tin my,
must she really either I
a- by her exp msion or bu i \
th" world 1) >es the j
of the i ii n ins enl lil i m in ic
to us ? b (", :rm i sion and
prosperity our restriction and
impoverishment ? ." "A-
often in politics the discussion
lias resolved.itself into the
ceptance or n n a -epl in : i ol
in" ul t Aii -in11 i >leili-. You ai
eithet a patriot and say 'Fou
ships' or a little n i\ \ ite and s ly
"Two ships B ith p irl ies a
ceptthe m ci ssity For i o up itition
an I confl as the I 11 i I
if th vh le thing. Waere ii of
course it is quit i ohvi >u* that
the important thing is n >i
ther we hall /mil-
lion or two more or less upon
ili" N ivy, bvt wh 'rdu
few yeart ve c i is
w : ill , .. n >} n m ;
pi,ice the rel \t c /:
natit its like Gre U an I
G nany and f i
I .\V i .." . .
"It a" id not be any p m ol
our woi k to attack or defend
building programm ,,i
tatv measures of h iv kin I // is
principles underlying all inter-
tational relaii inshi| s. In n
bus/ world, absorbed in the
Struggle for daily bread, no
msiderable portion of tin pub-
lie can follow all the wearisome
intrigues of la haute pnlitique,
and of diplomatic shuffling. But
the average man is perfectly
mi Friday 13th at 10 a. 111
pi r Mail steamer "(Miami" on
Tuesday 10th ai 1:3.1 p.m.; on
Thursday 1 ath . t 3 p.m.; on
Saturday 14th at ,| p, in.
LmTERINSULAR Mai's for
Harbour Island, vanish Wells,;
Eleuthera : Andros; Abaco :
Exuma ; Lone Island; Ragged
Island ; I irand Bahama ; Him-
.
izing and hoi line
to the essential principle, if Ins inis: and Berry Inlands on Frb
mind is not be nussed bj the daj 13 at 2 p.m
ill- theories of the learn id.
"()ur object i \h ipe policy

is m I cjficii j
ic, 0} the
fundnmt 1 1 iti i ch nn
1/1-v
Such, surely is the main task"
m in li N .'in hi A igell "Il is
to be feat I th it tinkering with
tes w ill not much contri.
THE
I nonial to j 7'.-_ 'male j
] ., I W. Prouty, ol
Prouty's ; >rchestra. ill be Riven
at the II tel Coloni il on Satur.
t 8:30.
1 ptioil llSl is cmcii
t the 0 if the I lotel.
An al a isl tola
THE EXODUS I'O FLORIDA
Through th -v FT. K.
D. Brace, Esq. Coloni il Secre-
- I >epartm< nt ivs lay before
our readers the ti ivi I to Florida
I ebruary 191 1.
Out ward M .11 s 2 j r> Fe ma les

Iii\' ird Mai Femala
in Malej
' !
I I
Total 1 :
1 CKI : rs \RE
C IMING.
The IV kerl Si imp'iny,
. me nl the b>sl ku iwn eomp my
rs in tii" hi .11 >m<
to Nassau, a id will o|w'
r lour acts 1 ui comp my u tve
' fown, Exuma, en playmg in the son
larch 7. rod |. an part of i U I -! ites for
sp ndenl writes rnanv vears and without >
ion was observed last night, their en nt here on Tuesl
\\continued until midnight daj night presenting the "Housi
it. ol Irama W
p ir acts I In. c > np my hive
Fi 1 (Si
I
as i ill .a1,' will be gn etc 1 by larj
i in the mornin f of the 3l .1 r 1 1 are
i (hour about) b i'\ len 1 veral of I test hi>
and 2 a in 1 I earl -las. come lies and drama
qU ike shock or tremor was fell | 1 ;, ; Delia CI 11V famc|
dur itun abou 1 1 mds. I w 1- omed) "Intn dm 1 1
id walkingabmit m 11, Banker, Hie I'hiet, an|
1 when it occurred, wi idnws I'he Girl," a sion "I East Si
Z
and doors rattled, Hie wh >l
ihri in I il >ors ind 1
in,' crac Lqu lioued
cant fact, that though that par- tcall attentionta th 1 peo(>le 111 the si me day and
! in v a Y01 City.
I Man I "in Cuba
' >m< dy with a laugh a mmu
"Jane 1 1 the B ok
"amenl was predomina itlv
Protestant, they did a loi to
I- exten Im/ the Fran
to thmr Catholic compatriots,
and would h ive done m ire, had
" it the I'm 1,1 interv......I. Until
"Home Rul : all round" is
h t lie at the bottom of all at-ma Found but a few thai felt tin lotte Bro
in !.'-. and to demo cer- 10 md those avIio did spoke "The Bread Wi

tain errors c 1 ic 1 ning th -in.
II ,.v th mi are w 1 to r ipla a
lie opinion in wh h 1 up u
and irritation is likely to be up
p nni is' w 1'H c illed upon to
of did 'i" i> >licy, by one in
., realis ition of I ue ne I and
,| 1 -, is shaking a j. 1
This corr bor ites the 1
an earthq ia e shock, ha
ii tii fell t Rum Ca; ihjis I
m our issu nl \l "d ij 1 ist.
"PI tin M .By'
"I, Last 1 han
Ishmael"
"Mr. Kearney I 1
?
Kiilar
J
pi 1 -1 1 '_r conic
- \ inch are b tun 1 l>

''''I d, th si is little ;
useful social legisl iti m,
number of really urgenl and permainent national interest is We wculd direct attention ti
useful measures of social 1 1 uppermost ? "The view ia! advertisement of a Grand
that arc "squeezed out" is s n 1 have urged is that that can only I- izaar to be held
ly app illing, pillions of m ney be done by a pro mala m
are voted away annually with to thai whirh las alre.t-ly in
hardly a word ol ; [other field -the 1 iigiu is
;s no time, and \;, uses h ive I 1 stopped th ai nin j ' riv il
1 met. 'I Ins v u again m >ups and given th in relative
millions are to be found for ai- serenity. That process is by FOREIGN Mails ilso Inagu^ Pickerts are now appearini
maments, when, oh when, we bringing into current political'and Long Cav) per Mail Steam- Star Theatre in Miami, gij
ask, is this insane extravagance discussion the broad general er "Seguranca" will be closed great satisfaction there, a:
li h
111 \\ In -
evenin (.March, n il A
Churc 1. Gra its Tow
I ii 1 p.m
MAILS.
I \ ei j 1 1 <
I In- niana nnixnit of the
: hea re Im s i
i, piokert Stock Compl
- \ I'r.lA' pla is for an
ueut which will rJi
Tuesday night March 17th.
i


s their second engagement in
(hat cit 'In >eason, having ap
i ired the I h'xie Theatre in
February.
I He n| -11ii g play for Tues*
day night will be a modern
drama ol everv dav life "I I II'
HOUSE I IF LIES" infoui acts
Mi. V.,1 C. Cl 'ary, who has been
Featured by the Kalem Film
Company in several, of their
motion pictures will play the
leading role, ably assisted by
'irace, Lillian, Blanch, Eliza-
beth an I Willis Pickert, Clint.
Dodson, Erl iu Wilcox,
Edwards, Rob irt M'Leod
M i '; Win. i I'Connel
nown players
ra^e 1 newsboj who poured out
lus plea For assistance reciting,
in unrealiz I im licity tin; de
tails of his nobl ii rifice.Some-
o ie started a hat for a collection
rt few laughed, low and softly,
a- grimj hands gathered up the
contents of tiMt same hat. a
childish yell res mnded, and a
capless boy dashed therefrom.
All the money was crowded in-
to the hands of the gruff pound
in aster, .'iiid a moment later the
stac.it" yelping of a welcoming
dog tlelayi d tin: p lising hack of
Phil. | money far more than w.is m |
"arrvied. "There is enough to save
and
them all,"said the poundmastei
(line' more money chan \ d
hands*and later there came
forth a ragged child leading iw
many tangled sti ings a mi il
i ollei ii1 mi of cavort ing di ..
hut hugged ligh to i-t
was his chum, "U
Tin- I mpei ii! I heatre is giv-
m; nn>>: rier int< i I ing pro-
gr imme ol New Keels this even
in S e VI-. i isement, Sj n >| i
sis of one of the Reels follow :
WHY \< IS LEFT HOME
A tragedy of childhood
blights the tendi r life "I R
a ragged newsboy, when the
ruthless hand "I the dog catcher
captures "Rogs." Early morning
found tl pi > boy wai
at the p >und for the arrival of a
gruff p m id master, to whom he
pleaded in I he d ig's freedom.
i .1 thai the dog would
spared for .1 few days, R
starts ti unass, b\ Frugal sav People will grow tired, even if (stood that President Wilson
ing, t ssarvfor the friendship is not severed. Il ring the idvisahilitj ol
. n i\ e a 1 ire of the ba I
loaf, give them a bite of the
go id one. I n ea s wi .1 veai
1 u t ie best of steel, and
think that in best of a m in
BY R \MO
London, n.-The White St ir|
Line is considering plans f01 a
3o,of>o ton steamship. It is said
that the vessel will be built at
the yards of Harland and Wolff
She will he placed in the Liver-
pool, Queenstown, New York
Service.
London, 11. The British ship
Invulnerable, Call.10 October
4th for Portland Oregon, has
been posted at Lloyds as miss-
ing.
\ w York, r a.'Indictments
charging grand larceny and
the acceptance 1 if deposits in an
insolvent haniv were returned by
the grand jury today against
II 1 Siege I and Frank Vog< I,
he N of the Siegel private bank
which closed its doors follow-;
ii 'he Inline ofSiegels big
V \ York and Boston depart-
ment stores.
Chihuahua, Mexico, 11.
- were killed in a battle
neai Conem in a hand to hand
combat with rebels. 200 pris-
m rs were taken afti r a 21 boui -
l
\\ ishington, n. Thedefiant
HAPPY DAY
Deai Mr Editor
Will you kindly allow us, a
little spat e in your v ilu ible pa
per, to back up we s iv.
in your issu mil early part of
I p .1 uary. A Frien ng
the Hon. members of the Board attitude of the Governor of
of Education to look matt r Texas may result in a change of
lare in the face >n the border patrol methods of the
th changesof School Tea hers 1 deral Government. It is under-
is
the dog's libeity.
'I he day came when witl in
the b ' 'sraggi I co it lining was
concealed the pi ice of freedom
loi his chum "Rags." 11 ishing
w il lly d >wn the stre 1 wh< 11 th
in .it air w is burdened with
chill, Roco s.i v standing
neath a street lamp, a ic
1 I 11 III m .,: .1 _; .in I StattOII
-1 re ii the tro ins now
at Texas City to patrol duty.
Aldershot. it. Two more
violent deaths in the army avia-
tiou corps making three in two
can be proved in ten years. \ :d lays, when Captain Allen and
we the community f SDanish! Lieul Burroughs were killed
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Tuesday Mar. 12
THREE WHY'S
And a
with
I Interesting Reels.
WESLEY CHURCH
GRANTS TOWN
A GRAND.
Bazaar
WILL BE HELD ON'
WEDNESDAY M VRCH
[8th I'M-;
To be opened at I p. m.
by
John Butter Esq.
USEFUL AND FANCY ARTI-
CLES FROM ENGLAND
NATIVE DRAWN W< RK
&i &
TEA, DINNER, WI'
REFRESHMENTS
Admission 6d <\ ;d,
\I.L ARE IWH'I- D
Wanted to Purchase
AT ONCE
Q Copii ol The Strombus
I xhibition Number, Au-
gust, 191 '.. Bi ing to '/'!;' 1 1
Ofne<
K E \ !
Spanish I Li Burrouglis
Wells will w Icome a change of while making 1 flighl over
Teachers, more readily, that a Salisbury Plain. The biplane in
thirsty man would welcome a which the two were riding col
A pile of unsold papers a I her glass of ice water We wish the la|*ed 700 feet above the ground
bare feet explained thp cause ol the Hon. Members of the Biard Pekin, 11. \ band of 5
He was a boy, tender and of Education would consider
sympatheti and an hour later Mr John A Curry, readier of
the papers wete sold and he was the Hope I*own School who
leading to her home a j_; 111 has been aw mi his home
whose iwed with grati and people more than 30 \
tilde
ns
SHOES
I'lien une I > test (> 1 .1
1 iallet "i sti iw lay th \ n*-
1 if the girl, h -I brow flushed, her
sunki n 1 muti lv voicing
t la< k ol noui ishmenl As the
girl knelt to inert her mother's
wail ing caress, th" boy -
away to Hunk. I Ie return d,
placed ali his savings on the
vacant table, then scurried
aw ij to i jam begin -a\ ing for
the imprison 1 "Rags."
Surrouii Ie 1 by council men
and city ifficiaU, next dav the
there any Teacher in the Da
ham.is deser\ es to be remo\ ed
more than he ?
Mi. Editor, we believe that
there is no Te iclier "'it in the
ol 5O0
. 11 u led in hi iki 1.:
their way into the cit> of I.a"
; k iw toil i\ and then sacke 1
and burn I th 1 ila Fr tyle, a
ian m bsion ry, was
killed md s' , il other mission-
bi ies woun 1 d.
Berlin, 11.-- The Jerm
\ 1, irican Commercial union 1
lias eutei I 1
i
Mayor's office was invaded by a yeais.
pr itest
Service, deserves the Spanish the United Stal
\ Mil, m 'i than lie ith Ihfl Germ in R ivernmeiH
11..... \.Cui;\ ve 1 id the against the imposition ol the
Is every year, a id see his \ 1 ri< in r in Germany,
School stands to the Iron even law pi I lasl yeai in
Mai. We leave this mattei to|c inn rtion vith I e in
the t Jerman armv ail p rsons in
(i r nun- with an income ol
,i\\i\ up t 93500 a ye ir
have to pay an extra tax ol one
half of......per cent
arg
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND
I \ 711.1 IWIs
VV 1 ill-. SHOEM W
1 las jusl a
! 1 men! 1 > I
lv 11 ) s a
n! .', .
SAMPLI LOTS
(If ; 1 1 f n
In i-kI and si\ >in all
whi 'Ii 1
SURPRM iCLY CHEAP
through |,i m my instaiie.
.in' ass>
the I Ion M if the Board
of Education t< 1 di ide
on out p irt, an I gi es US
.1 >lm A. Currv for the next
Mr.
ten
COXlMLNirV.
the rli 1 1
11.1t le-j than

;; il
III >l l|H.....
il mnl II
,:,.;.. Will ;. I 1 :
ill
Wll.i I AM.-'
WHOLES Ml. \\i' RK rxil
SHOE ESI UtLKHMI ^ f.
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observed by abstention from nil
public entertainments, Last night
their ma jest yes went to the Duke
of Vorlis Theatre, where Someisel
Maugbams "Land of Promise" i-
drawing big houses.
NOTICE.
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil. COS GAS-
OLINE. Sold in quantities
of One Gallon nd upwards for
line shilling a gallon.
Drums ol 50 gallons at 22 cents
a gallon, subject to returu when
empty.
I hese special Drums do away
with the necessity of buying a
Storage Tank'
C. C. SaUNDERS.
NOTICE.
rHE undersigned beg to inform
ln friends and patrons thai
he has removed his business from
Duke St. under the Office of Mi.
R. II. Sawyer anclCo. where a first
class grocery business will be con-
ducted. This being central will
enable all orders to be executed
promptly. Phone orders will 1 -
ceive prompt attention and de-
livery ot goods made at once.
The patronage of all is solicited.
'hone 3
ED. SAUNDERS.
FOR SALE
E
UTARDROnE, Bookcase, in-
tension Table, Oak Side-
board with Mirroi attachment in
good condition. Cheap for cash,
apply to Tribune Office.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
Gasoline
VJIANDARD Oil Co'l Motor
O Spirits sold in quantities of 5
gallons and upward for one shilling
per gallon at Garage.
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
Drums may be had with "drum
lots,'subject to return when empty
Reo the Fifth Cars sold at
I 1 1 J \. lest 10 pel cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Ken 1 irs 11 Si I for 11 ire.
Bicycles rented for 10s. a w eek,
Auto nohilfl old bicycle supplies :
[kept in stock. Cylindei oil and
Auto (Irease a spe 'ialty.
Cn even sell you a very conve
nient storage drum with Faurit to
keep gasoline, Come and tee
them.
Apply to
J. P. SIMM-;,
17 MaikeKStreet.
ANNAE.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
''Au Bon Marche Stores''
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
ADIES Dress Goods, in
Lustres, Serges, Ratines
white and Coloured Cor-
dings, Cn p< s, Crepons, Mar-
quisettes, Bengalines, Lands-
downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslins, Velvets,
Embroidered Batistes, Tus-
sore Suitings, Embroidi ry
Flouncings, Overall Embroi-
dery and Overall Lace.
I es and Insertions, Rib-
bons plain and fancy Latest
Style Belts I.a Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black, Pink,
Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's White. Black, Grey
Navy Blue, Alice Blue.Helio,
and Green Silk Socks with
Silk Ties to match
Silk Sliirt-s. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Evening Scarves,
Beautiful Handbags
Handsome Japanese Gocds
Genuine Irish Linens of all
kinds.
Lumber & Shingles.
II SI received a Cargo from
Jacksonville 1 -er m hoonei
"Louis'1 I ."
i.|. 1'. x io hi I 13, 3 1 ft. lengths
and also any oilier Sizes ol InmU'i
required.
Prices to suit every body,
350,000 Shingles in stock, 34s
per thousand and npwaid.
ill \SJ. KELLY & BRO.
"NFW NATIONAL" (SL
"IDEAL"
HAND MACHINES
"NEW HOME" (O. "RUBY'
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CHAS. E. ALBURY.
W/''w""''' 'f"rm a" who appreciati I 1 thai we now
VV have on a.nd an extensive Stock oi ll\\'\\\i IGARS, We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, am Havana Fillers throughout
These Cigars are manufactured on nui premises by skilled workmeq
and great pains are taken to produce an article ol superior quality,
I ii 5t es? we I11 v.- met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs,
J. L. SAI NDERS A Co.
b,i\ Street.
NOTICE.
Tl I Is is I 1 inform my P itront
in I th Public in General
thai I haw opened mv Public
Black Sinii 1 Shop; and am now
res ly to do nylhing in the I me oj
General repi ii 01 Dew work Horse
Shoeing Specially, All work done
Mechanically.
I' A. rluyler,
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No home wan, or enn be com
plcle wilhniit "Music"
WE are offering h line of High
Grade Pianos, Playei Pi.
an Piano O.gans, and Reed
Organs suitable for every home,
Cone! 11 nd see our la it* sl catalogue
and lei us v. rid on" n( these insliu-
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home for 30 days trial. Absolutely
FREE for asking,Ch self.( >u 1 instrument* and terms are
the BeM in the World.
7'ill-: RJSINI. STAR
Dillei Street.
\V, F, W. ( Co.
FOR SALE
Cornish Organ 5 Octaves
In good condit ii 11
Reference Mr. George I.. Davis
Apply to Mi. Jas. \\. Roberts
West Street 24
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W. A. MATHER
UNDER I'AKER
Dl.^l RES IO inform Ins f'......Is
and the Public that I > Ins
ju>t received r complete outfit of
Mcilitien foi the buisness ol an un-
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position to carry out Finn 1 1 Is that
in.iv be entrusted to In- care with
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fully solicits theii p itronage 1 , t
my Pi ices 11 si and prove that they
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work.
Shingles
Best So. 1 1 leai t 5m. Cypress
Shingli s at 19.6 per thou-
s aid ol 20 IiiiikII' -
] )i-.i ounts on lots of 1 ivei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
alsi > on cheaper grades -al ii 1
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of jo bundles. This
price made possible by a vi ry
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
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